Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00410
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: August 4, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00410
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS, John Walker Jt Co. Co To Penney At llraiinlnsr's, Clearance Sale. -Judge 1). L. Gaulilen I"fr/yestl'Hd"y, AMONG THE HOTELS.

Clothiers And 1' urul her8. for a few days with his family. at Pit} ;

lid Topic of General Interest. Will ;Make the Following 1'rlcifm fur Mini Clothing Fifty Cent. on the Hollar ton Beach. Tho Ai vouArK Is on file at all tLe
day l Altitun 7lh, Only At Kline'
I The Only Store of Its kind In the city, WAN'PEU-loUtlU( young AlliB jlto1'f, 10 best hotel In New York city.
Dourette Lawns worth l.'io;; yard at Elastic Seam Drawers all IIIeclalspecial
"' Reading notice ado are ten cents per Filled with U-to-O.Uo Goods. to 14 t inches long.: Kloildn Trunk ]Mfg\ .
llcts. 4'!>cts. Whoie to atop along the Kast: Coast
S"rlne on this page. Entire Stock Is New Co.aar: W IhtytitJncknonvilloFln19" -,.
Vollles worth 15o: per yard at llo. Men's Suits-We have qutto nn an See:: list of hotels and boarding houses
| subscribe for the ADVO- When In need of a Suit of Clothes, a
men you All 12'uo materiel at fro! sortment of them yet to select from, -Mr. L. \V. Doollttlo, one of T1tueVIRe'M on 7th piiges.
It does not cost
ITR: by the year, you Hat, Fancy or White Vest, Collars, .
free cents per week, postage Included. The following prices will\ be nuulo on Cuffs, Shirts, Belts, Susuenders, Nock- If you wan: find your size you can buy I It pCUN1,07011alsh/ dealers, loft, Wee Hotel Continental, Atlantic Beach,
men's whirls nes : at most don't
Vote date of expiration printed upon wear, 11 OHO, pants, JSoiRe or Mohair any price.Ve expect Fin., closed for the summer season ou
lir, paper or wrapper every week. This The '2.00 sellers will be offered at$1.50 Coat, Underwear, or anything else In much over Fifty Cents on the Dolln In Atlanta.Dr. Tuesday. Manager H. F.:. Hernia will

receipt for your money. No need 1 fiO 1.10 for what we have left. These are the F. II. Houghtoivand: Mr. Chas soon leave for tho north to look after
for ourlinelt will pay you to visit our stole ,
Hrunto send receipt subscription. 1.2.;; u u l)0o) famous Klrschbauni If. Walton the of the Stxtkid
All A. ll. clothing. were gu mts Ins other hotel the Bedford Springs, lu
data Rives U to you. goods marked: In plain figures ,
lie ; "
l.OO 820 Mail Onlers receive attention Inn Beach from
prompt Daytona Saturday, Pennsylvania.
motto : "One price to all; all the
THE ADVOCATE, 7';'>c *' '* u 57oWe J IJI.WM KI.INK, until Monday nftcinoon.Mayor .

$1./50 per annum In advance. have a select line of Neckwear we time same price. Tlttisvflle\ Fin.Mr. Manager J. C. S. Tlmberlake, of tho
,7;;) six months, will offer at :flc.!) We have the good such as you want Rollins entertained the baseball Assembly Inn, Montoagle, Tenn., write
,O" an. to foreign countries. and we want patronage. boy with at the East Cons
t your /
supper ,
Any straw hat In the store for :'lity: per and Mr*. Tom Johnson, of LaGrange us that he Is doing a flourishing businosn,
BTUS EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on cent off of price. Every article guaranteed! Mall orders \ have returned home from a visit Lunch Stand, on their return, lust evening and that he believes that Monteagle

lie st the following news-stands, at five Any suit of clothes In stock at cost. a specialty, with friends at Canaveral. from their victorious game;: with has more visitors than all other resort
nt8 per copy : PKXXKY' : : BUANNINO, the Daytona team. In the South combined. The U
Titusville-Red( Cross Pharmacy. Don't miss this sole Oue day only, The Clothiers ami Furnishers =The Breakers, by-the-sen, Seabreeze, mercury
j Jacksonville-Duval hotel. Monday August 7th Titusville\ Fla. (Daytona Beach, Fla.,) U pretty well -Dr. and MM. Rollins, tilt and l\ha. from ((10 to 70 degrees.Mr. .

-ADVOCATES for sale at the Red JOHN. U. WALKER .''II: CO., tilled with guests, and others are arrive L, (J. Brannlug and Mlsn Florence <.'01- Wm. Cotta, manager of the Cairo

ore Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. TIIR I.AHOK' HKICK 8TOKK. ing daily. mar expect to leave hero, Sunday, for Hotel, Q street, between Sixteenth and4eventeanth
Titusville, Florida.Dr. -Mr. and Dre,1 A. Crosby and family, Asheville, Waynesvllle, and other places Wftfihlnfrton. D. C..
J-If for the utTftntH. .
you are going away sum- of San Mateo are .pleasantly located at Attorney (ieo. M, Robblna has been -
follow In North Carolina, on a pluasuro trip. desires to state that the hotel will be
l'r, why not let the ADVOCATE the Seaside Inn, Daytona Beach busily engaged In 1 Dade county the past

'11 P K. R, Blakewood, who has been two necks- or so, attending to canes In -Mrs. Seth Woodruff, of Orlando, open for the reception of permanent and

J Intend going north this sumler In St. Augustine and Jacksonville for a -A large number of the guests of the tho Circuit Court. who excels an a musician, Is a popular and tr"nKleuttue"ts/ during the summer .
you the month or so, returned here, yesterday, Breakers, Seabreeze, presented a lively guest of the Seaside I lun,Daytona Beurh. and that the same high class service will
(got your tickets Clyde -Mr. and Mrs. Ilea F. Miles of St. '
scene, in the surf last Saturday after be maintained In mid-winter. Mr.
Icanwblp Go's agent Tltusvllle.. and loft, this morning, for Osteen.dipt. hire Woodruff' Is accompanied; by her an
Augustine who were recently In New
noon. daughter, Mrs. Ethel Lockhart, Catto also conducts the Hotel Tudor, at
W. Jerome oflest N. N. Penny of Nathan who York, said the thermometer wall lull/
Capt. and Mrs. Benj. -Mr. W. 11. Neely representing the Nahant, Mas., of which place ho Is pro.
Palm Beach, are now at London- wall In Titusville on Wednesday, Inform In the shade while they were there, The -Mr. O. A. tjuarterman, jr., after a prietor.

Irry Vt. wheiethe ADVOCAIEfollows. ell( us that the recent fire at Canaveralwas Chicago Portrait Company, of Chicago, heat was Intense. tleasnnt[ week or so spent with his patents '

the worst and most disastrous ever baa been a guest of the Semblor Cottage at Chester Shoals' left for his post Among those sojourning, and register
-\lHS\ Jessie Sanders spent from this week. -Mis. Stewart, mother of Mr. II F. ed tho Breakers Soabreeze
known In that section. of duty at the Sullivan Island Life SavIng (on Day.

Ijesday until Wednesday In town, ands -Mr. W. T. Wells, of Melbourne, Stewart, owner nf the Seaside Inn, Day. Station, near Charleston 4. C., on toga Beach, Fla.,) the paRt week, were:

returned to her home at Indianola. -Mr. W. II. Gregg, author of "Where, writes us that they are now having. lovely ton Boaoh, was guest of her son a few Saturday last. Walter Abbott, Opellkn, Ala. ; H. Williams
When and How to Catch Fish Along the lays this week. Mrs. Stewart U quite a
-Ir. and ]Mis. L. A. Biady and son, weather on Lake George, N. Y., where Jacksonville; Hall Urumsoy, Bert
'avorlte with the OVER )1000() SAMPLES to select from.
Kast Coast of Florida Is now enjoying guests.
Fish DeLand. III, b[. Foster C. Jno.
ukhurst, returned from their outing he and Mrs. Wells have summer home. ; S. ;
Marietta Tallulah and other places,on himself at Penetaugulshene, Canada, -Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brnnnlng will Call in and let our export take your Dickens, Jacksonville; A. B. Crosby,
where he tells us he receives the ADVOCATE -Mr. and Mrs.V'. C. Caldwell and Measure for your next Suit of Clothes
aturday leaf probably leave, on Sunday, for Washngton San Mateo; T. II. Parrott. St. Augustine
little daughter, of Titusville A perfect fit the latest
regulaily every week. were guestsof ; very style
S. K. and wife Gainesville
and New York, on a pleasure ; Perry ;
EST: ELGIN CREAMERY AND LOX the Breakers, Seabreeze, from Saturday uarantee Judge A. D. Penney, wife and daughter trip tilt Branulng, who Is the cashier W. C. Caldwell, wife and baby, Tltus.
River Butter at & Co's. until Monday, and Clothiers and Furnishers Tltusvlllo.
Wagoner report a ,
expect to leave here, to-morrow, for very In the Indian River State' Bank, Tltus. vllle\ ; J. [h Jarvis, wife and son, Mrs.W. .

-Tbe MIHHCH Edith and Bertha Reeve, Vashlngton, Baltimore and New York, Peasant time on the beach. vllle, Is glad to got a vacation. -The popular Breaker hotel, Sea, DI. Johnson, Miss Emma. Hudson,

DeLand, are among the popular young and will be away about a month or so. -Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Fernslde\ Miss NEW SWEET breeze, has n jolly, merry crowd of boachesorters !Mri. Grace Moore, Misses Grace and
,lies sojourniug at lire Seaside Inn, While In New York they will make their Imogen Ferrmide and Miss. Helen Faro and new arrivals lirA being Jessie Moore, Messrs. Tom and Will
Co's.The .
\ijtona Beach, where they have many i headquarters at Hotel Marlborough, on side, of Pal.itkn: are a pleasant,party at added as the day go by. Manager Bert Moore, Gainesville.Messrs. .

Broadway and With; street.Mrs. the Seaside Inn, Daytona Uea h. Mlsa launch to the dredge Tomoka J. Holt, a prince of good fellows, knows
leods.We i Onge,4 Perry of the United
understand that Mr. E. M.loJall Maude Whltten from Miami, Is also in >assed Tltusvllle, yesterday, having In bow to look after the oomfort and general ,
Chas P. Lovell, wife of General State Hotel, Saratoga, have been for
the above tow; a lighter containing smother boiler
welfare of bin
party. guest.
"> of Sanford, Me., will, this win.
>ovell, the well known superintendent for' the tunate In again/ securing the able staff
The Tomoka
dredge will
r, change the engines in his auxiliary of the Clyde Steamship Line, Is spending -Dr. Waugh, of the Ked Cross Pharmacy work on the canal as soon as the resume -Mr. T. A. Feaster, of West Palm that assisted them during .the season of

inch. Nemo, now on Nelson's ways, several weeks at the Seaside Inn, Day Titusvtlle, was made happy, last toiler Is placed In iouoh, after a pleasure trip of several UK)I. diaries ]>:. Ilartwell, private bookkeeper -

ituHville, and replace them with two tona Beach Mrs. Lovell Is accompanied ,. Friday, by the arrival of his mother, position. weeks through the North, stopped over ; Fred C. King, room olerk; James

I horre-power engines. by her three bright children, whore ifrs. S. D. Callaway; and his sister, Mrs.T. -Mrs. A. W Bute and son, tilt James III Tltusvlllo a short while to visit rela, E. Oalbrey, assistant room clerk; E. II.

E: WAST LIMES-We solicit your very much enjoying their stay on }t. Smith. Both ladies hall from At- Bole, who have been! spending several tives. He left for home ]last Friday Babcock, cashier; Albert Coleman, front

I consignments of Limes, or will buy the beach. lama: Ga.t and expect to remain here weeds In Titusvllle, the guests of Dir night, and told our reporter that the hot and pvstofllce clerk; C. H. Sherman and

I them outright. Communicate with I. FAUST PHOTOGRAPHER has for a while. and Mrs. G. Jo'. Duren, left on Thursday weather, In tlio North neatly knocked Truman Hlade, asnlstantpostoffloe clerks;

I UH at AMERICAN PRODUCE ant, for their homo In Jacksonville| In him out.WIJY Arthur Ferry steward titles II. Hulllvan
onoo. arrived from :New York, and has leas -Mrs.\ Julius Kline ami daughter, ; ,
I COMPANY, Jacksonville, Fla. 2!-211I1r ed the Taylor Photographic Gallery Leona, who It in just recovered from a response to a message from Capt. Bole, USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, lousukeeper; V II. Gllchrist, wine steward *

I J,D.Ennis, the Titusville black- adjoining the law office of! loo. D[. severe Illness, will, probably, leave here stalling Iran Alabama that he had returned home from when you can buy the best Self-Lock- ; ,1. P. Campazzl, chef; Walter Harris

With paid Stuart a visit on Thursday Bobbins, Julia\ Street, Titusville. ThU on Sunday\ for Jacksonville, where they trip. Ing Tackle Block at nearly the same head hallman; J, lI. Riley, head

1 i last week, returning Sunday. He Is the place to gilt your Photographs, will board the Clyde steamer, Arapahoe, 'KICSON'S desiring the profesHlonal ser price. Now In use In the United water; Patrick O'Brien, bend porter.

lent to visit his father, Mr. J. bf. Ennis, Views, Portraits, Copying or Develop. for New York, to spend a few months vices of Dr. Houghton, will find him /States Army and Navy Departments. The law KAtifildtt Inn.. TI >avtonl'. ttnaniL

f d l to look after their pineapple InterPli l ing done. Good work at reasonable with hire Kline's mother. at his office, on board the T>ntos, at Examine' them ntPrltchanl': Sons or I Is all the under- the- ------.
: which he he found la better prices. Give us a call and compareour the Indian 1 River hotel dock, Titusville, the ADVOCATE: office, Tltusvllle.Mr. management
says, a -Judge A. D. Penney will be absent of the owner, Mr. Horace F. Stewart -
I''million than be expected. work with that of others. from Tltusvlllo until the first of Sept., for two weeks Frank l\r, Ironmonger, the well At present the hotel ha about 10

I fr8. Belle Abbott Ilaynes, a charm- II. FAu Titusville, Fl.,. and he desires that all business pertain -Dr. li. II. Altree, who visited Mr. known Florida passenger agent/ of the guests, among them being some very

Wt young widow from Orlando, has -Dr. E. II. Armstrong, the eye and lag to his office be conducted through and Mrs. J. E. home Boston, Clyde Steamship Line, I I. rejoicing over charming young ladles, who make thing

ftntert Ocean Villa, near the Seaside Inn, orve specialist, of Jacksonville, who Dtr. John Henry, Tltusvllle. He baa hall just returned to his In Tam ho arrival of another flue-looking boyat quite lively and pleasant. Mr. T, N. '

f'Jtona Beach, where she Is entertain. recently paid Titusville a professional authority to transact all business until pa. While In Boston, he attended tile his home In bprlngflold, Jacksonville. Smith, lady of exceptional ability, act

fgsvery pleasant party of charming visit, found his time altogether too lim- he Judge returns to Titusville. lonpltals almost dally, to get all tile Dame Rumor say It will b. christened as manageress, and Mr. Laurence Murray

fJunlt ladies, who enjoy surf-bathing, ted to attend to the demands made up SIX MILLION GEORGIA BRICK For latest pointer In surgery and medicine 'Morton Taylor," In honor of the! ownerof who holds the position of chief

punch rides and other amusements. on him. In view of this, and In the Interest Sale; Best Red Building Brick, and >osslble. Dr. Altroe was, a former popular the Florida Ostrich Farm who Is an room clerk, Is quite popular with the '

""KITISTRY, the of of his already many patients, he Select, Smooth, Uniform, Red Stretcher resident Tltusvllle. old friend of air and Mr*. Ironmonger.Messrs. i guest. The Seaside Inn 1* an up-to-

the ADVOCATE-Through I Inform means las decided to make regular quarterly Brick for Fronts. Wire at my expense -Among the Palatka contingent who J. It. Parrott, general manger date hotel, lighted with gus, and ha ,
Patients that dental beg office will my be rips to Tltusvllle hereafter. The people for lowest cash delivered pricesto were at the Seaside Inn, Daytona. LJeach, K. T. JolT, general superintendent, plenty bath and lavatories; also telephone

cloned for about my 2 months of Titusvtlle will certainly appreciate any point In Florida( In car Jots for a couple of weeks or so were: Mri.R. J. 1'. Beck with;general pneeengersgent, and electric bell. The surf-

orbit to + In -during I this opportunity of having so eminent a Am prepared now to fill large order C, Howell, Mis Martha B, Gray and and F.. Ben Carter, general road master, bathing I Is fine, while the fishing from .
my family Kentucky.
will return to Titusville about the end peclallst so ea
of September to attend to dental -It Is now publicly announced that f In Georgia.\ young lady Is quite bright, witty and down Monday morning from JacksonIlle gosh The guests seem to be enjoying

work needed. DB. C. C.any Palest Dlr. T. A. Feaster has purchased from I E. N. JKI.KS, Manufacturer, musical, and led the choir at the Kpls- In Mr. Parrott' private car, and themselves surf-bathing, riding, driving

1fr. R. B. Raulerson the latter'a entire 7-Ht Macon, Ga. opal services at the Inn on Sunday pent all of the forenoon In Inspecting card playing, eta, ect. If you need a

Ire. E, 1.. Brady and daughter, left nterest In the City Market, West Palm -Mr. Wra. DI. Brown, president the evening. ThU p"rtTleft for home the and examining the various propertiesof rest from the cares of the house or over ;

'here'twllle, Monday, for Camden, S. C. Beach, and that the business will, hereafter Fort Dallas National Bank Miami and first of the week, much to the regret of the railroad company In this city, work, go to the ocean beach to recuperate. r
she will visit Mr. and Mrs. F. M. be continued by Mr. Feaster. This ; the many friends whom they left behind.Pnhllc nod this afternoon will be at ___ _
voteo. Ice-president of the Indian River State present _______ JI
They will be joined at Camp the opening of the bid I
gentleman has a host of friends In this Bank, Tltusvllle\ who baa been for building a
on a trip
thetille Mr. E. I.. Brady, and proceed to city and elsewhere who will be pleasedto of about six weeks through the North Bale of WeaM>n". concrete trestle! ncros Long Key cbanel. IloarderM "Wanted.
X. C., accompanied by Miss .-Miami -
he the commercial Metropolis.
learn that enters
+lail7 and West, returned to TItusvMe: on Fri I will hell at
Brady, who has been In Camden public auction In front of
ranks as a full-fledgecl proprietor. Here'success Mrs. Belle A Haynes of Orlando ha
last and! ,
day night left for ,
Miami LAND>> ;
several months. Mrs. Brady will on the Court House door In Tltit vllle, FOiL HALE, tit Luole and Undo
to Mr. T.. A. Feaster. Tropical a home-Ilka
Mr. snug cottage two door
Sunday. Brown bad ,
visit i her some very hot Florida> on counties !I
mother la Tennessee ere Monday, August 7, WMj, at Inscription of land: West north of the Seaside
:"""ling home. aft Brady returned '!iun. weather at times, when he missed our lav: a. m., for cash, the followingweaponscaptured !. of northeast yq: and west)? of southeast where she I.! Inn, Daytona Beach,
delightful East Coast breezes prepared to receive a few t
ere from Miami, yesterday. Catboat Wanted, I ID violation' of the law: .J.4', sea irj, township SJ: range 8l, boarder Terms: tl to $8 week.
FURNITURE DRY GOODS 8IIOKH.: t Smith A Wesson, 31 caliber Revolver. KM W-100 acre, St. Lucle county per
.. Address
Pineapple Shed Posts. Sectional Book Cases. Y 3-'J" West J-j of Her tbwest rend west ). ,
I ) sized Catboat I hers Johnson, 38" .. Ocean Villa{ '
"' Wanted good complete. ,
'OUale Wall Paper, 8cU roll. outhwest yj, seo.f3: : township 3V x
; 1 Harrington fc Richardson 60 fi t'
l.CMX flr t-cl M posts. AdJAS. Give description, price, etc., 3" calibre Daytona Beach, Fla.
:r81111 White Enamel Picture Easel. Reyoher.I ranue 30, ]loo acre., Ht. Lucle county. _...__ 9
McCoMii, Jr., C. JAMISOM.'
'2 Rags, Art Squares Harrington A Richardson, :'M: calibre Northeast j southeast y, sec. 3,
Pompano, Fla. fi0.3* So. Jacksonville, Pla. Neyolver.a .
J Hot Weather
Parian Paints.CHAS. township 38 south, range 41 east Net-entitle
Bull Dog, :<8 calibre Revolver. ;
Furnished A. GABD5EU' TrrcjviLii5, FLA. 1 Hopkins A AJlenJI4": clone to O. K W wxr* pineapple plsn- j

Cottage. The Clyde Line. --_.___ I Red Cloud, f'iRemington : .x .. tattoo on Ht. Lucle river; 4O sores, ,Water Cooler, papier-mache '4'
'tad Par Rent, Capt.: J. O. Walton's f urn- lllacksmlth and Itepalr Shop. 1 S. W. r ,rto, 38"8" II IIJ Dad county. .Izes, $1.75, J.IX: t+..J.25.Little / j,
cottage In South TltusTllle. No Get Clyde Line tickets from Also northeast i of northeast Brown ;;
''a1 your 1 Special Jesse James 41 II Jog Filter, ".00. Guaranteed
or table linen or cutlery; '18 per the agent at Tltusvllle. Do not fall to If you want a new wsgon, or so old 3 Met of Metalllo Knucks. 'y.eo.18, townablp 3S south, range to make yon live ten Tears longer. If.:

"Ollt&, la d ance, tot the summer.CHA take the steamer when going North. orepaired, write me. I pay freight 8 Razor 41 easton south fork of Ht. Lncie Refrigerator and Cooler, combined. '
1 Dummonthler (Moore) Cane Rifle.J. river; 4O acre, Pad 'i:
*. II. WALTOX, Call B. WALTOJT, one way. J. D. E.TJTIS county. Just what, you

TUasvllle, Fla. Tltusvllle, Fla. TltusTille,,Fla. Sheriff, Brevsrd. County P. BROWN Florida., Apply, Fla.to CHA. II. WALTOX' Tltuvllle *- JAS.Deed.'t, 1't

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WILEY G. TOOMKK, President. C. O. PATTKBHON, VIce-Prest, ,\ ( .,, -
and MoxVo! (hit: nnde the !S-tnta Te trnlCommorce THE FAIDn R'S LOSS. .f,
Free with Mexloo win oarrlotl oby Cure For The Blues II. C. HARE Treasurer. Fuo)rAjr SMITH, becretaixBtaiiclarcl .

Accepted Masons. .ohlim' II'UIIII the ,vn't: of :Mexico: tin - -- Electric
Corapn "
: til that war. Thou TIM: :IH |I'llt o-it om COST Of HAULING PRODUCTS OVER HAS NEVER FAILED )11 1\ ,
10 Forsyth bt. Jacksonville )
trud I"
prlv.iter that in.idi'' : th" dniiser; UNIMPROVED ROADS.

No. 90 on", nnd It wnw' Hl.irtcd overl.md by o. _____ d_ Health Fully Restored and the Joy of CONTRACTORS AND DEALERS 1ST ELECTRICAL :si\\ iri! !. i ,
Indian .
Goo Is wero! H-nt" by of ----- -
!t'lurul. way
. Life Regained
eorvtur? of (h.0.: i r Morton nAntrrlrit'm
KauHii'*" rtfj nnd 1 SmiteTo Into central
River" TlttiBvilleLodge. 1'0"r Illichivuro._ llVtMilil .. GILBEltT-
Mpxk-o koi-plritf: to> fur wett and, no .t'l \ .. When acheerf brave light-hearted FRED E.
Improve 'I li m HxtrnviiKM -
' x Florida. for the Ti'Minn to do any damage. Afterward woman in suddenly plunged Into that ; : \ _

.',' Holds, Itn innotiDKo the mmmil anil fourth 1".1. vheii the t'nt'lll'Itlltell'! took u, urn of llml Itunilo. perfection of misery the ULUES, it laa

day of each" montli a' thnlr rniim, Indian KlveHotol tho war the trndi', rout'lined' to jw over- "I haicn't H bit of doubt Unit I'aulMorton sad pictu re. 11 Is usually this way jbhe -.A.'U.'tC>:D:1.c: >b1.1cs _
TltiMilln. Ht 1 ::all l o'clock. 1.. III.IIf. has been feelLur! "out of aorta"for : :
.. hind and to tliU" ila.v Korxln are Hhlppelto will ma lie a good secretary of ' ---- ---
8. Bamn, W..hll.rtll1\IMt
...A. Moruun Hiinlor WiinlenF. '' . Mexico throu-i'i Kan-ma City. the navy" Haiti n Kansas City man ton p. .! State Agent toi,
I' A. \ Junl.... '''"rd..n.J. .
M. Dlxon, Tr.aMiirer.. Hvery IIUf' kn"w that the Plvll\ wiiranil representative of the Kansas City OLDS AUTOCAUb
ami Fit \ \ "
J. .OTUthurH( Mun.ulny.. tho troiiblfH that followed ffent the Star roeontlj'. ":'\0 doubt lie will be of
J. It. Walknr Mnnlor. l>".u. >n.M. Into Kansitn
'f'x4 cattle trade City -MOTOU HOATS AND :STATIONAUY ENG1NK: _
I K. Knirllnli .lutiior' DIUIUOII. JrelltlllIe to tho government there -
; r Hlownnl.:I territory! limtond of eoHt by water or
but If I hud been 1"\'Kltll'lIt-I\'y" \ to stock In the South .
f1t. A. A.l\tewart. Junior'. Htowarcl.A. . and U"'I keep the largest '
acroHM IxiuNI I'IIIU.' every foreign
A. It. IVnnnv. <'lm|,.lalii.M. . imagine It-I would have used Sir. ItutteiloH, Colls I)> nnnios .Lamps Horns. Witte or c.ill i ,
A. HUiwart, TvlurI. I war strengthens the Kansas City mule
I r. ..I I). HnnliO, ArtlnnTvler.Win. . market MM well an the flour and meat Morton fur n new cnblnot place lie Prices. Mall! oidcrs leceive prompt attention.
II. McKnrliiixl. ;Marnh.il. wotiM lutve boon at the head of the
i ) Inidn. .T. H. Chicle said tbat It wan the :37-11 West Forsyth Street, JACKsON! \ II I .' .0\,
department of road n-not railroad*, but ..
-- - ----- -
war between Texas:' nnd :Mexico that -- ---- -- =
OltDKIt <>r KAHTKItN: S'T.A II.Frlnnilxlilp . county roadn high way K. That'H It;
made tho Santa Fo trail and laid the
) Clmptnr. No. tt, ImlilH, Its inimtlncliitlio he'd bo secretary of highways( nnd the
found it Ion for tho city\ that hat belpelto
AlaHoiilii. .. 1.lIIllIIo.n....., Tlt.iiMvlllii. mi thHrac purpOHO of bin department would be. to
all,1 l tlnnl, liiOHcUyi, In ..ltcl'III..II.h "17:0': outfit or III'o'l"llIlon'ery war that Use
1'. in 'I'he following are tlia ofllmint/ of the h'in lioi-n foiiKht since In every part of lJull.1lIHI maintain l'OIllwunlle, Lightning Mosquito Chaser
:, t ImptarMlH. : smooth highways from ono (>ud of the
/ the Klolie..
W. M.K. .
i: Knto;: Stewart country to the other.
r( A. MiirBiin. W. I'. "The. party of city olflolaH nnd memo "
. [ wan ,riding through Kansas with
Mnv. K. A. ;Atoriran, AfifiorMnta M.Mr
.. born. of tho IJnrly: Settlers' anNorlntlon to keep them from biting you and giving you !tt-
r K. U. Wllmin Hnrrntury.Mr him one day when lie was second vice home time ; head has ached and ver,
*. J. Kllnn, 'rroiMiirer.Mrs. . who ntteinptcd to locate the old "Niuita
I J1.. l>jxnn (NinduotraHS.AllHit president of the Atcldson, Topeka! iiml back also ; has slept poorly been quite Protect the babiesIt -
Fo trill the other
<'HtliArlnu Hinru. AHMovlnte C'un.Mls : day came pretty I Bantu To railway. The train ittoppednt nervous, and nearly fainted once or
JoHHln Kanilern, Until.Mm. near tho original: itnite. 1111 I roniembc I twice; head dlzy. and heart-beats very
.. . a tunk, and we watched a farmer keeps them off I
(tail. W. Heohltt A lA.Mr "
. Martha.Mr . It, mild Janiea Hunter. :Mr. Hunter i ia h I fast ; then that bearing-down feeling
J L. Ciirriithor", trying to make two flue horses drag
*. M[:. A. Herliniciiniir.. Kstlmr.MrH not.iry Wontpott, where ha 1mlived .. a\ and during- her menstrual period she is
0..... M. IdilililiiN, Elm til.V. : wagon/ load of w lieut through mud that exceedingly despondent. Nothing Ask your druggist or your merchant.
contlnuoimly for many years. .
II. Walton. WunUir came to the hubs. her. Her doctor : Cheer
.7. M. l>lxotirlmitln l l.T. "I came to what IH now Westpnr pleases says
'There's u good example of It,' Bald.. have dyspupbla '011 will be _
,1' . 1C. Wulknr, .Miirnliiil. up : you ; ) h" -__
with father In 1S'I4 mild Mr.
.,..1.. Carriitli. .m, Cliniiliiln.THE . my :Morton. 'That man has probably driven all right noon."

I, Hunter "I was then eljtbt year 0"1.ali ll\o or Hit mile* through/ Hoft roadi But she doe n't (jet all right" and 00:rl.S: ..:1.rcl.: : .er: SZ01.L.r !
V to bring that w heat to market and it to
InI"IJI'ulpuce.( where we settledvhei, morbid melancholy: everlasting
\ : doubtful If ho liaH considered, the Ions

we came from Kentucky. I jtl'eu[> In time and money mud. highways U1..UES.Don't wait until suffering's have I -; : -Atttozitloza.We : J1eo..so :
aud went to school la the tlrst log your
mean to 1dm. The (people Heem to take driven to despair! with nerves

> Hihoolhousu of a neiir mile 1"rrlu from what/( about Is now aquarter i bud roads ax u matter of course. No all bhattered you I1ndl.ol1r courage your' !gone sell you Groceries at WIIOLESALlI;

mini would think of thrashing wheat but take ( Vegetable

II. the \VornuII 1'011'1.110' John C. :MeCov with a flail nowadays I. but still, they use Compound. See what it did for Prices 'V rite for our Price List Great |

,: In Id out the town Wentport. ho scMenteeutlicentury. roads -roads: 200years Mrs. Kosa Adans, of 819 13th Street, ,

told my father ho would give him u lot Louisville Ivy., niece of the lute General
or more behind the lent of tlie
at what I 11'1' niw the nouthweit ornor of Roger HansonC.S.A. She writes: money saver.

Sh'iwiioo: street andVoHtport nveiitKIf farm. equipment."That I Deul'1>lr.... IMiikham'
farmer baik", there probably I cannot tell you with rxm ami Ink what
he. would start a store there. My father lives 11 vo miles from the whipping point, Lydin K. I'lnkliiunli VegBtahla:!: Compound,
built the storo on the wound' amwe htm done for me. I Hiiirnred with female The Enterprise Grocery Co.
and( It costs !him a* much to haul u load '
run It together; until ]Sj; (\. troubles extreme lam.ltudu, the blues,
of wheat to tho mill as tla nillway nervousness and that all-gonu:!: feeling. I WIIH ,
"From 1S5O; ( until the tlnio of tho
war company charges: to haul It 2<>O miles advised to try I.ydia E. Plnkham's \ egetnble 1 7 Bridge St.
tV.O/. wagons a d lay went over this trnl to Kansas City. The time and IlIhul'gl'l'n Compound, and It not only cured my female
11'001Iay: until .Tune. Goln out olYToHtport derangement but It luw restoivd me to pi>rfectheiilth ."J-nett onyille. l loritln.lF.
to hauling that load of wheat to
unit< strength.; The buoyancy of my
tho first tho trnl
camp on market are a direct tux on the farmer younger ditya hiu returned, and I do not Buffer

was Jimt beyond the old "'ornallllolDu- nnd Indirectly on tho eoiiHimier. Good any) longer with deHponilency, ns I did, 1>...
Htead, near Indian creek. The exact fo.... I coiwliler Lydia };. Pink alll's Vegetahli -
roads to market 111I\'e money for farm' boon to dick and
routo of the trail may be n matter 10rp..rKonllll''ollt..tlun. > Compound" a suffering Rulilziiaxi c& Co.
era as dlmtly as do Improved machines. women. .
but wo can nevei If you have some derangement of

I SANTA FETRAILSTORIES differ II''*" to the location of the watering 'My Idea Is. that labor organisations" the female organism write Mrs. 201 Washington St. I l NEW YOIIK.U.1 .

[placet on (he tra I I. I can name today and tlio fanners by working together Pinkham Lynn, Mass., for advice. : I ul'myStreot./ J r N. Y.

all the W'ltorlnsf; place* between here could .
bring results and quick ones.
(KaiiHtiH City) 1111'1 I Council Bluff*. TbU> The laboring man Is Interested( on the

Reminiscences of Pioneers On was the la<4t settlement la the days' ol
other side Jlo-dde theworkliiKman'a
--us a consumer *l.
Road That Will Be Marked.DTCIDLHTS the wagon" tralni until Fort Union wo products are returned, to Free to the Ruptured Oranges Pineapples

reached.. the farmer anil there Is another ne,>d-

- less tux collected by bad roiids." If ITO

OF TWO FAST( RIDES llrtnevn :Mrnl ..Miinrhln*. 'ere u leader of organl/ed' ( labor I and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

All undotiliteil incnnco to health Is the would< do what I could to lia\o !both of
The Rice Method is in the
continual munching of youngster* and. the great political parties declare for Unparalleled represent several of the largest shippers In your :btate, ami wish to eproent j

Hoi* J. !l. ('hi fit I,:..< !.|).-il From 1'1...- grownups. The child. spends< his penny the use of convict labor. In road build- Annals of Medical Successes. you also. Give us a tii.il shipment. Established 3D yearn,

Icnii 1\11,1. T..I.... AVI.o InvllrilHim or nickel nt the fruit stand or the con- Ing and denounce the manufacture of

rectloner'H or buker'H" M here, more often
(o 1I. Ilobhnl-flwirt Trip IV K I.llun I. shocB, aKrlcultural" Implements cooporOKO -

...nx 4>K<.ii-liilluvnv* of Vvltroit I J thlln;' not the wares are adulterated ami BO on by prisoners. Build In"", A Cli..ai> Home Cure Hint Anyone C'RU foe ESTAliLISHED 187U.

open to dust from the street or of highways, Is u public service. and It '', . - - --
Ivannnn (.It, '. C.r..wtli.Members '' hunt 1'111. "UI(8. .u.
ntuffy apartments.. The mother takes to that It Is the direction
seems mo right mt Time from Work.
; of the Ilurly: ti'! tilers' association the edge/ from her dinner appetite by lu which to employ ablobodled\ people M. Lane & Son

nildiiftcrnonn confections and Ices aniltons. .
of !Missouri who with u party maintained public expense. ,
At the tublu wholesome suhstanlaln SENT FREE TO ALL.TotlierlionmiiKlHiiiimi .
of city olllclals from Kaunas City have 1 am sure that the railroads would 'S
; uro pnsHed. by for toothsome desxorts be glad Indeed. to curry stone and other 250 WASHINGTON" STKEEf: NEW YORK.
been the
to liwiite
recently attinnptlnit .
because stomachs have been' nlendy material at a low rate for

original route of the Hi' nt.i Fo trull overtaxed and taste 1 114 the only raw road Improvements. Material ory could bppreplIl'.1 ii..opl who have' worn triiitxrs thniiHHmls nil thnir of liven ruptured anilhiiv

which Is to lie inarkiil m-om to haveHfttUtl Incentive to eating. Tho result is djsn In the prisons keeping .. liiTotna, .illM-oiirnK, tliu Rice Method will Southern Fruit and Produce !
so .
/ ,,.."vi> .. ijocl HDiui. Upon wrltlnir to Hr. W. 8.
the Kx'.HIoii; of the ,ruiul us> f.ir [ 'plii and It* train of Ills, or, It nothng down the number of convicts> who IlI" .O.'l.'IIIIr.. AilniiM"' >. V', ho wilt freely

us tho otil Harris. house at AVestport.Mo. \. HO apparent' ensues, nerve alI
0 brain force are weakened. The KOIM! proper. The railways appreciate( what I,"".., liv mull no Ooro.ro..issl.on: :: : :: :tMIeroh.an: : ts.
old rule, "three meal' a dny and between ran tuit It In
no rI
A inuiiu the older\ nii-n of the party, on good roads mean to them The first li

the trull the other\ day an <"UI hit of meals. ," of orthodox. mothers result. would be a direct sa\liig In time 1\ I I not own l:;e 0 I '" e. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES' OUR SPECIALTY.
who lire now grandmothers can'led nl about wrltItiff. t -
lilHtory cami'out, sajs( tin K a nuns City and money to the farmer, giving him I \ Itunicinhrrlteotitn .. ..
Into effect' today would net.many a ,disordered
hU land.
chance to
a better Improve tJ. >dti no hlinc
Star. \\111'u.I."I.t. liiH'iune. a flourishing Stencils Card and furnished
.household. right revoltitlon- : to try Ililn woiMlerful our quotations no application.
The more the noil pitxluccs\ the better \
tOWI1, It fi'U tho iii-oil of u more I I method.'
/>> the disposition of .
many a man woman for the railway in that territory. '\1 { W. .M. Hlircer, a -- -- - -
convenient route to tho river landing; and child. I 'The chief objection to ftirtn life III lI.<<<\\\"< '\o \\{
BO u rock road wus'" Inillt roaclilut; us :. \ tr>man' wu nip O'Hara
the lack of The has
1.I0<'l'ly. telephone til rail nix tee njvurii Hodges
for Into Kaunas: City us Twelfth utrc't-t. \\ n in limit n. Currency.A overcome that to some extent but any 'I-.: trlml' every ,

In those diijs\ Kansas City had about (curloti old document showing bow young fellow on the farm will tell you .f1 IriiHA ket.up partly on tha map ...Manufacturers aDd Dealers In... ,
,shell lu the .shapo of wauipnm deteriorated niH :inlml' 1 I" U"":'-
the Ma mi? tHatUm to \"I'Mtl|>ort tliat IntlcrMMiilfiico that 'a telephone eon versa,t Ion Is n poor

nmv holils. to Kunsas' City us currency Manhattan: Island substitute for an evening drhe In u of"urllo an the operation. ""uler, and I:8ld: CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

except that llit. > NVoBlport. nuTchunts Is. found among/ tho minutes of tho. buggy. The men In the country havethe uhen by tlm g.'eat.
of . I Ont of g",1 l lliok
court burgomaster and
had to conio to Kansas City totut sohepon of buggies and .mirrcvs nnd horses, , :II. "11:1.r lie trle.l l tbe J>r.Ri Orange Box 'lends, Fruit and Vegetable: Crates. Mouldings, Shlnpleii etc
tholr fl..llthtoIn\ the 1 bl 1/0/( to\Mi Inillt tlu :May, ItlTiO, at the, meeting In I'cirt\ Amsterdam but they can be used only about half <'H Mottiuil. H" IH now curedMr. Mills and office located at lluffalo iiluiT, Fin. Wilte us for prices delivered

road, a si>rt of toll road "niimlntf/ mostly :',\Netherlands.: The o.eount tlu time. :Mud to the hubs! IIn.llt l Htllll'ciiriMl.erwiyH me. :fdin"I 1. trh-d not IOHH Dr.a Riro'rt<.luy'B. tune method or to any part of thu State. Address" : Hodges & O'Hara, UutTaloWE Blutt ill.

oil tho west Hlilo of the old Han til IV readMioreas: vo see nnd for 'A farmer on average country roads Hit(Tor any 'lni'omenn' llundreilA' of my """"":
some time 1mvo 1"1'1tho decline midlepreclntlon frientlfl know the wniHli-rful. fucr that. thl* riinar
trail.Tho. In average weather rain nnd shine .. .nble tneihod, c'nretl me' and enrtulnly f*>elthiinklnl
trull uns not ut nil vuxy for of tho loose. wampum with two hordes may haul two loads' timuirh to t,>ll my experience," Mr.Itiirt WANT EVERY GROWER
nmong' which i I.< found, much unplercodnnd ; ?r !liven at iluv Hill. "". C:..r ( and I any one
Bpo Hly t"11" \1'11 nit. tint S. < It a nan took of sixty bushels of wheat each In n write hint and lourn hix
cut i ""'Ie.It'.o.|>
a ifwlft trip o\vr It once. lie was ilrlvng only half tint-died. made of stone, day to town, say the miles away. Ilia I'lie tlunmmuM. teHtlnionlaln, rcoetvod bv l>r. IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS !
glass. bone, shells horn even ofwood Kloe moan' more than HUI'h expronBion uHtuillylio. ;
tl>ri-o yoke of IIXt'1IIown< the hill Lime nnd team me worth $::1 a d.iy jiteast. .
A perron may take a medicine ami' perhaps.
and TAIH.ES-.A
north from Twnnfy-olnhth utroot when IJrolU'lI-th.'I.'rOI'" we haveesolved lie can get that much working, / vet well lie w..ItII'"h..hly. retnter anywavlint complete manual on Florida Crop

Hchtnlnit; Mtrl\l'k tree Juxt bohlml thwagon. <, that henceforth no looio WIll II. on railroad.. =Now, 'that means It .a rupture in .a break of tbe niiiMOles, .ami "FLORIDA OKAXGES."-A book of special Interest to Orange Grow. -

TIm oton:: ran all tho way to itiiii shall be current unless "strung' upon costs Mm 2'a I <'
Kansas: City as fust as nit frltfliteniMcattlo n wire. Trade wampnm shall paaas lmt: l"l:: bushels, of wheat to market. oureii. who ran doiiht that tliU wonderful. and Fertilization."
Hire Method
coiitil run. good pay n* heretofore nt the rate **uy lie raised thirty bushels, of wheat worttt. will permanently cure even the "I1U3II POT A TOES.tO-Dooklet on "Soil, heed, Hauling and. Culti' ,"' FJ.

J. S. Chick toM of n little 111"t", rMlntt of six white or three black bond. I'4 for to the 111'1'... Just to be liberal drnyuge: feet of and .
1 I stiver ((2 ('E'III..I. Pone, rcsnhcd. and .uptll.e.l.'r Fertilizers Digging: Shipping."riNKAl'PLE
alone costs him 75 cents On
he llil In his tluu on tho trull bpyondAVcstjiort. tin acre. '
FEltTILl "
decided thl anth of : f.ERS.-Of special Interest to Pineapple (- "'
May' ItdO. at our would him That's what
It cost $1.
He foil In with four :Mfcl corn I1E- \111"
licet Ing, lu I.'ortIIIItl'l..IIII.... New "IDEAL 1o'HTILZERS.-Uook: showing all our ditferent Dl'no"M1I.
cans Mho hud mules to sell or RiiM, tht"ybad I. you might: ('111.II'I"y\ tuxes and most

"Thov wrro ilrlnklnir' some of Nethorland I..*." of tho farmers are p..yliig, It every year' HASBROUCKMOTOR. Price, Etc

their Mexican drink," ho mild, "and -- without l'ellll7oln:: It New and revUod editions of tbe above just published, scut free for the l !"D8
Nrl .
lilxirftrr 411.Ihe
wanted m* to drlnlc with thorn. I ol- ( 'On a good macadamised roud. laid
Ject Hl." wenlth.N' man had told the \'Nltorvho out with respect to the topography ofhe WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

"Not: to n llttlo whisky?" '\-. U. IU>rnurd was soliciting nuiin-y for foreignulssloiiii country, the same team could easly JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
that he Hl( ,
i pr..rl'I'r. tj help the
I ImtiI twice as much us on n mud
leathen next diHtr. "I want what I
That would reduce the cost ofrunsport.itlon
1 tlM not say I Jprtml to n little rond.
their tlve to boiiollt my neighbors," said he. by onc"hulf-cmt down OIVKS GREATER KKFICIENCV
vrhltky. I did object to taking IF YOU WANT A.
Mexican\ ..It'lnk'I"lth thorn vien I win' "be rblhidi'lphla, Ledger! says the \'liter's he farmer's draynge taxes:: from $1 un BIIIIII..11 ..

"oll't'odY..II"IlcloIIR of thorn. fate took on a look of mild! lupl acre to f>o cents llesldes" any farm lu LESS OASOMXK--

The mule wort RiipiMwod to lu, out ro Uou. ouch with IPOII roads would be worth Home

on tho t rllllI fo\v inllort In KaiK.i: ""'hmll "do .vim regard! us jour $HO ail ne'e more than the mime Ian'ou per
'' hb l1'\41'' he Tower ib.in any other Knxlne: in.ule. Lot
11< ':: < atl>od. '
W Uuttiui hl hwIlY. .Building
"\\liy, those urouud \ro continually demonstrate tbU. ..
whore the :Mo\U'ins:: : flri"t '''1111 thoyworo me. "It was all \'ery simple, the way

but tln\v ..ild we would find. "))0 jou" nu un thoe whote l.ind Jolr* I Morton, told It." the Kansas: City luau.

them n few mlU-M. futticr! II wa '. Thoutuoy )'ours? I continue). "and: mot convincing. You'i Commercial slzeii 8 to SON Horse. Power. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY

rcxlo two In front of me and two "Well-ym. lutth..lI ht he was driving, u wlw ,t Special Light Illeh Spf "11\\' miKli land do hold?" to 2oi Horse Power. LAND FOK AN
bcbliHl. It w.it an nnoomfortnbloplaco you wagon e\ery day In the year., : And ORANGE GROVE

for me. Tlio.v knew I biul money : "AlKiut rllklll"I''I4. he bent of It all\ Is that he was right.rlt ; ." PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TBCCh/ .rAWe ){ ,
to buy inulon with. I thought I Know I .\11,1 bow far through:: the earth do Benj. W. Jerome probably have for sale

they wonthlo\.< 10 and, ciittliioat*. nnd J'uu think jou onnV" \ .,nr rnlln I.llr. just what :you are seeking. &Jt

I noon lost Interest In their mule story "Why, I've ni'\er" thjujjut of It bofo.-e, One of the prettiest of I.utber Burcreations STATEnE T, Settlers are docking In but tlllthere. is room. J" "10

Ilut I suppoHe. 1 o\\u half I way. down." "lIn1t' which ban recentlyie
llfTurliiK on Iif>w to It-me them bohlnd.I WEST PAI.M UE\CU, FLOIUDA.F looking this way, drop a line to
flitnlly Rot n rhiuet. > and started my "Ireelm>!y, ,*ald the 'man who wa .'U attaining perfection. I I. a yellow\

ttorse ou a run to settlement near. I ..ullcltlng nut. with an all- of calm trluilih. ,nllu\ Illy, sujs'' n Sunta Komi, (('a I.) dls- JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd! VlcePrt"llll'n'

oon dlxtnmiHl the :Mexicans and I "I suppose\ jou do and I want I'Ht'b. A large:: bed of these beautifulllleft lEnIlONIYANDTARaCOp.
never HIIW the mules. I don't know ofimy tills. money for your iieleditor!:: at the In Maonilnn. :: nt Hurtmak's home la EAST COAST ,

one else that ever ill
It Is a curloun fact that wnr has been aud adjoins jours ut the bottom" emon to th* deeper orunge .had of ---- - -

I i., factor In tbe milking of Kansas City "You're n ready roikoner," said' the yellow\ and have all the natural lxany FOI.EnJlONIYANDTARG. R fOI.EnIDD IY

M was the war between Texas and millionaire drj'ly, but be drew his chock y nuj ntutellnets\ of their par wbltancestors. .,.** Celd Prn'DU Pnaumcala

book towurtl him. | ,- c"u......, ..'.0 ....... Ne ,.... 1Iak.. IU4IMr. .... BI......

t.UAST ADVOCATr.. AUGUST, 4, tllu3. 3

- -
professional Cards' FALL EXAMINATIONS. LOW RATES. lie n.i '1i \\.rl.t Uu' I lint. hidden a ring Dud a nice bank note In

ii THE SEEDLESS APPLE.. I The inn .11' till.' nto.>' Is s.i .. ','d foby the Inside pocket I wanted 10 BurprUa.
-.- County Superintendent of Public Instruction . betterhldlnjjplnco"
- -- find I couldn't think of a
th .
-- John It. Walker, announced A IlorIIPOltarlat'a. ImitrpHBlon of !" I'or "|..... ..l Ocr...loii 5'la.. Southern" RailyeyMoth ( vie .1. you
1 M. BOBBINS: "Wli-r- !i. ':. it ol! b'.iu: < it 1 vi"
gu i that the fall :
G examination of applicants for lnHlllr nod rro.io.r>. Kant "...l \\'".>.
positions as tendu'rs the schools I : Initnun\ : ,'. he n i i.'ti II.' ; '' ;-.. Tin v'ctliu' siiys' that what hapPl'Dt'1lntH'r

A PTOUNEY AND COUNSELOR of Krevard county will\ be public held TuesdayVednend.iy .\pr'I'|' | 4 of s1'vt'rt11 MIUH-IUIOU ot the I Two Trains: Daily East l.envo.lntk- ails nut till"| I I.: I 1.0.:'"'.. nic i t to."
AT-LAW. \ and ,Ihurcday 1 September ".-,.r::.>v< appi(. whhu" It sups were sub-\ i sonville \11:10: a. m., and 7 ::..; p. m.3Id "It wm' I Ino only y... ',','::'''." !I'ot11I111'1(1 :'[011.

3th (1th and 7th. r i I. ell. t.. it \by the 'RtMiortil iniiiiiigpr of ATLANTIC!; CITY, N. .]? nod l till 11..1>::11111. "II 1 II..II\\' It \V.I i'." I It nn \,llrni
Will practice In State and United States The following In a list of the text books !t.l n. fiiMillosAp'pli1" ( oonipiuiy, Rural t return. On sale dally limited) Oct :.11.tiM.7.1 \ "Yes," M,1 i"'I I t'io!I wlfo, Wit'i, II I">11<'11 of arc the .hl'll1tw.-bro\\'n ftll that

,Court. to be lined as a basis of the September{: HAK I1ARHOK, ME., and\ re- town
i.;(-\\ Yorker pnbli-hi a stati-ineut by linger.; "I "IC hIt \vn. I Jnsi: it si.-K .
examinations: : limited Oct. 81. Who wp'wheil In thorn till h saw theiii
Office at TITUSVIM.E, FLA. 111' Vntr! A'nn Fleet part of which turn. On dAlly. end Ih".r'! "'ng !l'tr! teat tied n 1 1.1 iv .n
Orthography! -Heed's Word Lessons :*3UO-SARATOGA SPIU I NiS, N. Y.
((23: cents 1-4 MS rullottx : of other, ,K't il! tru' I: I1t -ouinl 1 d'III'1 :' ,flun tom hed!. the ehnilnrs Ttch the light
) by limited Oct
Majnaid: Merrill Co., of and return. On sale dally,
OAULDEN New York. A slnirlo. 11l'd1114 to\1llllln 0110 speol l. ::11. Log things ui] nod I Mid: It this 1111.:1.. i and height glitter I and, turn from hrown ti>

P.L. Koadlntf-Any standard author will iiu'ii In sit exult or iidvontltloim'" core #:\VASIIIXOTOV; ( ) D. C.nnd retuin Ing."

ATTOIINEYATLAWn answer uo.ir the bloHMoiu. PIM! of the fruit. The Ou sale dully ; limited\ Oct :III. "\'ell "*<011': I';" Sold the ""Iut111<< "I' The I)' ,i. 1 hli-1 sounds his vibrant thrill

Composition-Mattel's School English other/ were entirely! free" from; 11..111.thllll:1 blue i'Cant?(' Tifl "II 1 dram Is never .still
.ractlte! In all the Courts of the State ((7Cents.LyAmeticau ;:>i i : ,. \vlnltnfTii wings
\\ ) Book Company : tlio usual| Mocnly oiirpfN, '" or core Two trains two routes, dally West "Vi--''. I Ii .\nl I don'tvnnt \ Ito i
the United Stave Courts. :New 'I II' .ilnlt' ill, n. milAn tinge.
1 I.'., .da and York or Atlanta Leave Jacksonville" TM-'i! p. Iii, 7"i: : 1>. inJO "
dlvisiuns Wore not wily pri'xont. but ;jfii niitpn' : bout' It. ,I t'vi.' II It nil I hoar one tune
, Bo*. 235. TITUSVILLE. FLA. Arlthmetio-Milno's Standard ((!3 eta) :*:! m LOUISVILLE, KY., ami ictuin '
I by American Book ..trllllI; .' loi'MicMl) TIll! npplo\ ,, nreriithir Dear." I. 1 'I, want lime rout, but t". I A r n' ''it *onq' from the Hps of June
Company. liokois sale July29,80liniltedAuu. :
on null I Inul, Priinctii' Stornn I'rilmrr In Juno Outlook.
English Ol'll11m..rletcaH's ((cents) ) siunll In 1111.. round told smooth: 1O. mlll"I Ionr. blrllidnv.'

r.I.I. WEBB by American Hook Company In fnriii' dull rod In color\ with iniuiy tine.-DIONTE\OLE: ; TI Xl;;., anti

t"nlh"llStah'H lllstoiv-Field's Oramm.ir light; diitx The 1'iil.vx III'I' large': leiuiii July I II I, 1.'i. 17. .\ult., 1.S *H. ;.

I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW School ($1)) Atiieiic.ui: Book Comp.xnv. and opoti. and the loll HI II III wide sod Lllilitnlt.. ::1\\. Kxtenslun Oct. ::11. Mn iiit m.

'w'' practice In the Courts of the 7th / dip ('''I''I\iill alino to theore.. 1'b.. I *4i> ()Vi-CHIOACO, ) [.1.,1\1111 return

",,11 Taxes paid for uon-iesidents Florida History-(iieeu'soi' Fnirbank's On sale: dally. Limit Got :HI to livs-paint: your kitchen bathroom,
Ld rents and accounts collected. (H.21)! ) by 11. tit \V. U. Drew ( ompnny, :$.':1.2.1!: -HOT Sl'ItLNGS, AUK., anti 10 with

fl-1Ti FLORIDA. Jacksonville. tun 11 On sale July 18:: Autf. 1.).>, Sept) hving-room, every room
(I.I.K, (>eoiirnr-hv-Redtray's Natural Advanced ::5. in, limit .I.O. days, extension day.

\ (*I..'.".) by Amerlu.in: Hook Com- Diniiiu Cms. ervico a la unite -TTI Lucas Paints

O. PENNEY: pan. SlocplntfCar roseivationsaiid\ dotnllei

A.'\ Physiology-Culennto'a Elements of Information cheerfully fuinlsheil upon) r .' (Tinted Gloss)

(nil cents) by IIi o McMillan Company, application. Passenger ntlloe ldf( Wen
ATTORNEV-AT-LA\\V: Atl.tniii. Better than which holds' dust
\Bay. St meet, Telephone .11. Q paper

,,svti.rK, FLOIUDA.ni Civil (cuv61'nment-Buynton' School \"\\ J. C. LUsK, l>lst. PaRM.gt.; .. l1 \ anti germs. Unght and glossy t..wy. to
Civics (f) (finti & Co., Atlanta.: Jacksonville, Fla.
| practice la all the courts of the 7th AlKvbia-\Vhlte'sbcbool American \ keep clean.
($1)l) by -
Judicial Circuit.TAMr.S.KjANDKEWti Book Company.. Ir I II I V Laths Paints are best for indoors and

Physical Geugrapby-'rarr's Newt) Y'i l l, 'Z I ''I 1 lain, III. Juh 1'rinthlg. /-< out-doors. Most economical l>ec.iii-o theygo
by the Mc.MIII.in !
Company, Atlanta. farther and last longer.
; : ( : :!,
J Theory and 1'1'I\ctlco-CUlI1'He of Study Do not forget; the fact that nt the Al Ask dealer.
and Method of Touching, by I'rlnce (el!) your
ATTOBNEY-AT-I.AM', Jinn A\: Compauy Atlanta. I.hIKEDLEMS I. \"OO.\TIi: olllce Titusville, we do Job John Lucas & Co Philadelphia)

These bo kx may bo hid of most book printing of nil kinds neatly, cheaply amexpeilitiously. "' .
of St Luc In ;
Judge County.
.mnty dealers in the state: or from the publish- Letterheads,
ere, on receipt of the price. N'otehenll"'j Sold hr l ; .Jas. 1'rltclmril .V; Soil. 'TltiiHVlll, Pin.
Billheads. Tags)
Four" PIERCE FL.A. Envelopes ,
The . ,
ouly change made In the \list from - -- ---

I the books used as I it basis for the spring APPLE.: kinds. .

E. FOSTER, examination are those on civil govern flesh Is while and tlnn ijtiallty very \7\Till M.: : McG-riff: : .,
; ment and on theory and l practice JUGGLING
about with IJmlior
ordinary on a par -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW TulK, null\ scnnHjna ;good us lloiiDavis. Trl"'k. and n..tI"-.. Thul Were Jo..iJ:').tor: slid Ja.porho.D..gsr: : _

Jyal-Upchurcli Jluildintf! Jnx. WALTON :hELF.LOCKING BLOCKS The cliilni made by tho pro- I'riK-tlfcil In \.10..1 .1."...-..

JACKSOSVII.LP, }',.A. Patented In all countlles. Only tackle meters that I the S-II(MMMT seedless apple\ / Tire trh-ks were practiced In very nu nAYTOVA. FLORIDA

block of the kind lu the world. FIt- I'lintiilin li.'i: sent lucre IIl'PIo811U' '
per cent; thll('''. Shiny i,f fllllu " best.
The Largest and Most Com. ted with the Walton-Vlnton Roller Ktauro! than other uirletlcx of thc known tusks) to deceivetlie All kinds of Sign and UOIIMI Painting Papeihnniiinir Etc., promptly attended
Bearer. watne .size H si-tincly borne out In were to at any 1'11I'e..n the Ens ( oast. A largo stair of practical men employed to do
elate Establishment South. Useful In any place where public of lung UKO. There I U linOi this kind of work, '
tho ")I'lnlt'lI"1111111..01., us the! HIIUHtaiuo -
hoisting Is done With these blocksone
hitch astonlslu'H 111 Ijj
lug ( ,
even now
Jowl. I by the large; open calyx
S '
GEO. man can do the work of two.
uurmit more than the breadline of
biisin would 1 quite ollsot hilly ga\n\ in --- IMtlCi:: LIST OF-
Thousands sold l in the noith Call the Minceiioitnnlly\ '' occiipknl by. SIHN.H. tilt lilt', mi aci'o.iipllxliiiu'iit: haiiLlcd dowi

and see them la walking older at this I A iiouie or applellko fruit (is, bo- from rcinoto nntliiulty

r once, or thin store of Jas. Piitchaid A tunlcitlly, the culni'KiMl, Dud HOftonixl 'Die llrst kiHiwn llio outlier WII1 nSyt9tut Eureka Wine & Liquor Co.

\ Son T It.111'vIII fl. flower stem OV'I'jCrowlll; tin ovary or slave| named, l':ninis, u IciuU-r It:

tru (fruit made up\ of woody or bony (Iht' "('I'vlh''lIr In Sicily, lW: 11. C. liepritcnded ,

curtx'Is (core" plat*.) told IIl'4..I>l. In thoSpent
Notice.IN \ to hale I Iniiiiedlnto coiuiiiiiidcntiiin Tho' Treat Southern Alall Order House.
'i-r niiil othor 8i--illos apples tho with the glideI loll di'sliousof .

""'1"11l11mI<' are almont but the ohJ Express
I ispMntf: hN: l'oll\)\x'ers nllli cminiKihe \ / Preoald. Full Quart Measure.

ruin( 'ir 'onn OK TIIK: SKMI.NIII J(>i'tl.iiinlli. ) coca H: pii'Hcnt us usual.L'liN'ss liKMithiul Hanifs and HpurKs fi'on --- _
.hi.lie. (lui --- - -- ---
('In'uitof''lands. -- -- -- -
urcvanl 'oun.) -
ale wvdloHH .1I11ulol
as variety pos- hiiiioiith. "or01,1' 81I'or
ty. Cliuiii'ory. / i j

CuirleV.( Suttcrthnult 5055'In addition. uiiiiMtial goal iiuallty In order to 11I'I.tol'lItill... iniir" el Hu .... I, rlnil.. ,-.."-,..,f /l..n./-...... ..-,) r.C.l'r ""v 1 .n.......vu.,

and Iliirton, hoe w.husbands Huttfr.tbwnlt . 1111 to Remote or other valuable attributes. It H not I nilplencd, n ntitxlicll at both !elide llntchtMt'H; 1'ilvaln Stink -. . -:-'-:-:-: ----"iT: : o-11 i)1I{ {01)) foU 110

V8 }I cloud of '1'itlu. easy to see why it should bo particularly I mid, lnulmc illicit It with Hoiiitinini- Hatchet's 'I'hat'a\Vbiskey . . . . . . .1 1\0 .J 110 d t 91)) 1:1: 11\\

MANUFACTURERS: OF lllnnrlio fork and 8. H. I deSIl.tlbie except a:* u curiosity. Illlt Hiibstntii'o, hu put It In |ills! mouth llntclietl'if (Old ]Rye . . . . . . . . . . Itm ::1 211 .J 1'10 U Oil(
liur .
Peck III"h""I \\0 are" told tilt mpencer apjilo pro Y.llrokl\-J.- CJ. Apple llmndy, . . . . .. . . .J i5 4 71\ 7 00'" 1100(

Doors Sash Blinds and Itn\i 1I1".llu\ |>.parlntr nalfl liy caitHO the hllliirri, anil tin"inpl nltlilnvit.>ilnf exhlliltpil of niotei-* expert to develop ueeilli'MS vuiletles Dud bruatlicd thi-oiiKh, ; It. "Hi" II..lIIeIrlt.1t N. n. Apple[ lirnndy . . . . . . . . a 23: :8 2\: 4 1'1.. I 9 iO

plalnnnt'H ....Uclt..r.that the alllant believes cotu-that of -oinnierdal applos Much us Is pel-formed today In nn \Improved Knrukii; Mnlr . . . . . . . ,, . . . . . . .I Ito .4170 000 12X)
Lila de/"ndanta l l Uliinrhc J'wk and I liar liimluoiil. mmiiicr. Tho jiiKK'cr; '! lolls toKetlierHomo Knielcii': X. O. 1'ench .. ii\ 47S: 7110 14H)
& Material Joiiathnn 1\ '11I1 and (lain llrand..4
Moulding Building rt.Flarlda.and II. .Perk art non. rosliletirs i>r the suite i>r WlniMiip ( vcr flax while It Is xtlll I ImrnliiK.I Hy N. I'Pl1chlrlot\ !, . . 2:; 823 483: 970
tovlt In
of Mlrliliritn. within the) L'nliml' I'otiiHkey stntuK. State That ). This cull only \bo douo! by tho usualhrciHlliiK \ this: means tho tiro Is rctalncil. In Iho )Eureka: :--J. >J. Coin . . . . . . . . ., . . . . a 25 :1: 2\:\ .1 8S: II 711

Office A Waierooms King, opposite each of 8Hld ilurtfiidnnts. in over the are ot twenty iiu'tlioiN: of CI-OHH pollen lzatlon ball for n lone time. lie .slips this lull Kuivka: X. C!, Corn, XX. . . . . . . ? . . :1 J Oil 8 (10) 4 fin 9 0(1(

Cannon Street.Charleston Now one you yon r..the ald
IVuk be and iippvnr" before the .ImluH of nor. \Vhll I It ID within {the rant It. Ills. bronth relives tho the ]':u re k a N. O. XXXX. . . . . . (. . . . II 50 I) :2,I r.o 3:J 75 7 fit,

S. C. (Court at rite riinrt hmiiui, In TirimMllu Hreonlcniinry of poMMiblllty. that IIl'mlle.'II"lptll'. r('- and hu Old Crow .i ) ,.. . . 45O 4i iU() 07.) ]:iGt1\
11..tlllll" .
Florida, on the ticmblluK; to NOIIIO extent our present "' no Injury HO long HHho hermitage Rye . . ,, . . . . .'. .. ", . . . 4 S0 I) 0liO\ II 73: 1:1: 1111(

Sash Weights Cord an. 8L.vii.NrH HAY op Arru'sT A. ii. tans! ; KiKvi'HHfiil. conniierclal apples may lu InhiilcH through his nostrils only. Sunny Urook Ilye . . ... . . . . . . . . . :3 75 ::1 i 7\: S 1)S: 1180

In answer tomtld Mil of romiilalnt, or a ilocrne tlmo be tiecured! such result U mostuncertain I'or iltM-optlon with lli'o the iincleiits" Hnnny Brook !Hour: Mash . . . . . . . . . ::1 75 :'I I 1/1/ n 65 II 30

pro| ci>nfo.Hr will t>.. etit.,reil ntr.lnHt von, and also employcil( naplitlin which Is HU Echo :Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 f)0 4t.i 11911 127: +i

Hardware the, foiiipiHinaiiM with their mild will caiixe l he allowed to proraud !xparta detinlte and likely to require In- combustible hint It kindles when II Silk Velvet . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1'1 00 Iij:!; 7 85 Iii 71)

It l I. further orilnred! that HITS nntlce !be pnlllHhnd -- time. only approaches a flame. Tho priest Oakland . . . . . . . . . .. ::1:I 71i 4 fro H 01)) 1J110: (
Window and Fancy Glass/ Intlm l-Awr: eOA'r The Klt-ffer pear N at likely to drive .
A"VUt'A'r", a IHIWMiiapur of old took ailvnntiiK"/ of this propeity! ------- -- -
imlillMliHil, In until. county. ono .a weuk for Ttiirtlett, I tone, f'lapp und tho other
A $PEO1 ALTY. [our roiiHeoutlve weks.w'ItnetheItnnnrableNblorS.JouoInd1te. of luiplitlui, to miiKi their, i>(Terliisculih | Ills from ))*U.no to $:1.rO per Gallon Belln'red.
good one* out of business at this Heed-
I IIro IM, It spontuncoiiHly.Various Rave twelve. inhit'li or .
of said (
1)00'l FAIL TO SEE: TIIK \VAr.Ion .. ('""rt hoimfl In ntiiHvlllo, llravard county, Flor Northern' Spy Dud other standard Hortn cure" a bottle I res. Nave twelve' luhnlfl "rtlrllk\ N. C. ('orll a..tI secure a lo"tUII froo. Nave and.e I
ida this let day of. JulA.. II. IMin.ct. to nceount for other feats.. An 1I1I1lltOr(11'1I1 ,..hol ..I'lIrllk": N. 0. Apple Jlrull.ly and sanure oils hnttle Prue Nave .wolvOluh"l..orllu"k..l'lali twelve

belM.ocklng Tackle hocks at Jus. ( ct. STOI. ) A. A. s'rf w A R.r. was the holdlirK of rcdliot Iron andenureonebuttlefree.: :: :: :; i'rlussotsllgofldaicnlghtetalhipany'sstureare7lttpor: ' ullunleuthmt; :
rrlteliard & Ison's stole, Titusville, Clerk of (Irenit Court. llrHt Owtiloor n...,.. whendallvenul. N. ( h.rg.fnrJnre, b.usordnlyngo, :tllnrnly: : boLHas' I ors :
by I Iho II( (.u..'I I. Hnch trials: wore condlirted moasur." Aa . .. .. IS
atandsrtl brandi of 'ovur
Fin Thousands of them soiling week. Hy O. A. Htewart. 1>. V. At the; meeting) of tho American Rose. su14 I1IY bar at louts par drink lit"
F. .. WHiliaiul ,V. I. Aletfsir. by the priests, who covered. the All Ovules 1'\IIto,1, on applicatloa.
ly throughout the North. They are Hollclturi for. Coinplulnants.Notice ' Rodc.tyr.: II. Walsh of Wood's Moll y _....__"7_
'Itti-i; with the Walton-Vlnton Holler bonds: of those whom they d"Hh'p.l"hnllitl "' '''YUR 0 (Or yo II.
:MMHM.) gave H list! of six varieties of
Iloallnl{ -one of the beat inventions in escar with a I'1'nl.tln'I hum Sto.
ro",'" hardy In New England: Ibollgh EUREKA WINE &
''III worlil May also bo seen at the ol iie: <*tlotr. tiiticli depinds on procuring Rood stock The pei'ullnr property of mineral snits, LIQUOR COMPANY
Anvoc'ATB office. such ,
ns ilium. In protecting/ articles of
null proper Abutting.Vith proper soil dress) from llro has long been known 1:11)V4'l'It' flay street, rtu-kMonvlllo, Flu
III"! A 'ROOF 1l'it.p. NMI'ltl' TTIOV' and locution and ,good curt the following -
I HIIKVAIII9 COLNn: Hl>llll>A. An old MllniiPNi'dcilHcd a roatatrlecno- --- . "
listv0uid bo found pcrfl''tlyhOI'Jf - -'
TltiiRvllle Florida June :.to, I'tnn.: Nlet lug of n cloth( covorlnif for tin) l>'nlvhlih l N1VE"'

t' [ I" t-i-onfnrinltv to rhaptorUlTii. No. 17, Lawn of : \\' had, lieen steeped In 11 Iu III. Ametnlllc JE3[ Jl3 ROTHERS.
l 1H i"l. Slate of Horl.lu. the Hiuird of. I'nlillo Intniction Hjbrld I'f.'rpehll1lUarOllpHH Ilothschlld -
N of Hrovant, on..lilt). Florida. 'hereby Tn ) drew of wh'cl'III1./ wns mid J'IIUN ei ala: tI'I'A: 111.1>111 tu: '"HM'VlIlsrcnlt.
> = de
run Itonstetten Clio VlrlchUrunner
(11lJo or./oro that a upcclnl, I'loc'tlnn lie hold. '
oil I
TIIHBlav. to
on tills Dud thus 1 \
protected a IIIIIUt'0I11t1 : ANI'
d tUNS
>Q toy August Hth, I:MIA' In. Kpnclal 'fax Hrhool 1'rlnco Ciimlllu do Robe, \VINI'S. ) UIfANUns.:
.. :: IJI..trlct! ... I. Hrevaril enmity Florida, Haldoli'itlon Cuptaln lfnyward.Iyhrid walk on hot Iron In the inhNt of ---- -- .-- ---- ---- --- .--
h O.q to ho 'ir officers thereof, an lr"vl".1. for In tlm general Teas-Caroline Tl'Htut.1: ,.- PrepaId. Lemp's Beer

&oS bIn :: election lawn of Klorlila. man Coihc-t.: Mine.: .\. Chateimy Very Interesting experiment( have Full I".rt ......o"ro. .. (I" II III 171Jts .',d..la" II..r. . . . .. . "or till.. +
; 'I'helurlUoe of this tipunlal pli. .rtlon Captain fhonn that .. .. . .. .. ..... ..'1
t' : tim <|ilalllled\ / electors, HII'nritliiK to Her are Ion for CurUty. hills 0111\ Augusta Victoria jgrcut hent IIIII.h". endured! lI"nthIf.I"hHyu.. . ... . 4'AUII''Ofl'1flll ixtru: 11de, . ., .. .. . . . . .. . . ... . .IJII
Co (\) ChapterKI7H, N... 11.I..w..r Islet: State nf "Klorda X, I by, the human body. TWI11"dOl'1I" III( Nul..".. ('OI'"t' ) lIye ... . .. ::4 I" 42a: 1S) MI..n.I".I. . . ... . ... .. .. .. ... .. . .., (H'IIt"'lCr".Il
o Irvt C) to vote upon the fiueHtlon of. levvlnira, I.a I'1'ul1cPItnnlblersSwe'thrart. tlm of / yii . . . .. .. .. ..11:111: 4M) 5tIll 1 '..It.extr..rk.. .. . ... .... .. .. .. .. .. 110
ra of. Three Mill air the tiinn. of one Rpeoitllax -, Debutante>> toiirse their rom-arilics/ on the"I1I1.1.t ",...II..4.'I'U.' . .,. .. .. .3711 11..0 U MI'nbarger. Impurtel t. .. . . . .. ... . ... .. .. ::11M'
otS and of One Mill for the ..e<.oiitl year upon, year the .stayed In n room where tliotcniperaltirw Social. ,Ile'M. .. ? . . .. ... 41311 a ill) 1'11.1' ItnnsAl''', plats . .. . ... .. .. .... .. .. . .. . :l1Ift
axalile' property within the honnda of flaldHperlal I-'anpjlmr I'lilladelphla !Itambler Lady \ J'oI..I''I..k.V.' . . . .. . ,3TM1 alai II/Ill Clllllt..8t""t.r. . ...,. .. ...... .. . ...::123
: :: was 21\0ll'I.II., A beefsteak Poach .. . .. .
: Tux Brliool Dlntrlut, for the exolnnivoiHe OIY.- UrH.llly. . . .. It 1/1 11111 O/lll
of the ,pnbllo tree .fill.11fl therein, anil the I wan conked I In tlm Nome ntmoHphero f.I!:llarlIl:: :;rw.I I Ian U M Bulk Goods, JugS Free-Not
Q election t thri'otriiHt In nild.. district. 1I. Craig mi 11 1 iil as sutmtltuto for and wns .::: ::. : .: : : .. : 41:: 7211 Pepal a.
i Ilia I IxmnrarleH l. III.trlutu.: 1. IN the same tile forgoltitf the followingblcli he overdone minutes honeys 01". .. .. .. .. . . .. .. 111 A MU MI .
an when nald dtntript I was originally formed mid I sir I'rnncU. Chnntrey remained 1 Nu.tll 1 lNn,111111! (//r a.! . " .'A.III .. 011 1 W iIIl.1I0 per (heI. -Ilye. pin. ('or'b (,nod Orn adopted.. at the Rperlal elei I lion I, held June: Ittli him found sl1t1Htlll't ry: John Hopper, for two I /M'mutln'urn. .. . . .. .. . .117/1/ 1111" 11/11' "t/1" .IKI ,.p. U..I.-.l1yu, 0111. Cura; 11"00. Flea
((1) agc minutes In a fnrniicp mull hotter .INUUAc. ,,,,, .. l 1,1.Nut r.
: :Mrs. John l.alng.Ime.: Oil brio) Lutzet.Ol'nprlll NIt .. . .... .. .::1 Nil 4:111: 7 : ,
tre V l.nil.All iimlitlnd| Voters refiiillinr within a the thermometer' Indicating 320 Mu"Cnr,1 Hum .. .. .. .. .. .//1 7/1 1'HI' Nu .110.pasuit. nytl 4111. Corn. Bunt text
: e.1; 'lintrlot Jncqiienilnot, Paul Neyron- and Oral. .. .. .. .. . .. far thin 1I."oy
/ eno that pitv A tax on real or pttrttnual. property in.xul Uegrjft./ vben he it..llly .. .a 7a 1\ 111 1 !II MI .;.. ,
"' '
came out. :
WnMhlng- .1"'
U1. .1. It
dlwtrii't, are entitled to Veto. at the election U'lrldl Itrnnner. :Mr. Craig would' add KI"K "f itch tacky J'.rhll". ,..3 7/1/ II .11'' .' ..0 par yo. I'oUCh Nod Alfp1..
ton HflTr.II I'.rt. hharry or A.A"jClIlI.. .. ... U".IJ', "' "II"w..IIy "JttI
In the dlntrli In which they renld. ".. 'A 1\0) It 711 7ll1
.a Dorothy Perkins to the wt 4w ( .
: list) of cllniU-rs. par I..I.--Vlolorl. U'e.
..-) The Hoard, of I'uhllo InHtructlon of nrevar.lcounts "" .O.tll"'t allowed on all goals 01 lallle line.. lIy. "JulIcln..1 FkciNl 17m1'.
> will . ,, Qusllty
.Kiorlda. tocanvana -
meet the rift "" ThiniBht II. -- --- ---- _
Stopped the raper. - -----
r:: =. of'mfi Mild. special election on MomUy, Auinmt 14th, Why Utritvrhrrrr Pia.'. nit.. An ucipnlntancn: met Horace Oreeleyone 12-1(1.1.L 'VeNt Allanly St. JnekMonvllle, 1,'inC .

9 The following ptraonii are hereby appointednHpettf Many strawberry plants die bwniwe tiny and .
.. C) d enf . and snM "Mr. flreeloy! I'vetopped -
>r clerks for tb IB election '
they are kept too long; after being dug -
. .
"t=' -' rJ": "i CIQ m . School 1>1..t.lclroo. 1. before trniiHf ilnn tlnn. Home die\ beciiusenet << "Ilnve your you?imper." said the =:: : .A.. S. s L -C- :JMI:
(t) LAtranre-q II. ()ardn.r, f,. A. Coleman V. editor.Vell. : d<:; O O
.... "" ;I too door and thin, crown or center ,
e!. L kYZer.III.I..t.t..1| L. K. layers, clerki tlmt'H too bnd. And be went bin
> 1'ltlUtV.lle-W, It. W..'lk..r.8 :V. morning Mr.
o Fnltnn. W. H. Ureeley met
l In.I""o| ; Hull i-lerk.
g 'Ity "olnlIIwl".u..., It ... Heal, Hub time nrort plants die from a lock of bIll fnibMcrlbcr ngnln and said 1. "1tllIlIKht i
\\ 11118111.., ln.i>fc'ti>r.; w. H. Hatter ('Ierk.IIa"luve.T pressure on the soil about the root G
ua It. Crook, W.... Wi-.tton.. J. W. you had iitoppod tho Tribune"
: [ enr Grill U. In.l'erto.t'h..It. Nauman, rlerk.. than from all oilier caused. In n wet ":-10 I did. \ ,1Pt

... lI..naveral-roo". lYneni J. II. hogs... ..fohnKlxrwInH season they will live If left on top of "Then there \4!
must Ion
= Inspector, \V.L. .Ivtrrxon.. clerk. some mlstakP"anid VY5tFA
01 N n >l.rrltt- 1. \1:. Rea.. W. 1C. Hamlen, 8. .. the soil with no earth to cover the :Mr. Oreeley "for I Just came

f Field, hlol.eotnr"; I). MtC Mnljet clerk.B. roots. Plants out of the ground are like from the office and the AID

((1) o e: F. HARI ESTY, flail out of water. Therefore the sooner running; the clerks presses were ( ):
were on busy an
"" 0 Chairman they are In their! natural element" the ever the :
H cfy mid Co. '1i>"C. 4eSc compositors were linn! nt
:::2 O"p < r lower/ the) dpnlh rate.-Amerlrnn Afrrlcultnrlst. work, and the business was going on % g AI

"' ----- the same ftll yesterday and the day be-
"-' L.. -II fore."
I'lantln Oat.fjirly .
i 8 !3tI "Oh. ejaculated the sntmcrlbcr. "I
0 Jane should see all the gardenbilk
O ro didn't mean that I hind stopped thin pit-
pD planted
C1) ; as everything may betrusted
per. I Mtoppml .
only my of It becnits"
> out by that time, and those I dl.ln'lIke ,
ppec your eilltorlols.
q who wait until June to net out thcolrt"nd..r "
.= "Pshnw! rf'torfotl11': Oreeley. "It
nj c/dS
."D plant the satisfaction of wasn't
ftS worth taking up my time to tell
seeing: them mart off with
Fg == are known by. what Ihey have a vigorous me mien a trifle HU that My dear sir. If
,.1wfl. Ear hair. teflrar) they growth from the first.
: bar. _n ii,. ......""o1-h..D.. yon expect to control the utterance of '
hll.d once to prude.. bia."t bet.i.e.mpe the Tribune 11 ih/1
-11 than aer other. ""lateby Week ......,... .. Mis.... by the purchase of one /
.n d.alerw awn _.. A.. copy a day or If you think to find N ;1 1J.v
.al ha a all.ppl_ ",. For the summer spraying of peaches any 1 i j;
newspaper or magazine; worth reading e I ea.
I D. M. P'E..U. L CO.. and J panpiM plums; Copper sulphate that will never / ) I i
express: convictions\ at .
1 ? Detroit MiM. 2 pounds; fresh lime (tinslncked), :9 right angle with fr
pounds 60; your own you are
; water fallon*.-Rhode island doomed to I
Formula. disappointment.-Buecesn! i

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I KILL THE MOSQUITOES.While SOUTHERN NAMED Notice of Intention to Apply JAMES PBITCHARD. President: WM. 1\[. BROWN, Vclt.PreeaQ, 'lilt
FOR G, A. R. ROUTE. for Letter I'ntcnt.

{ r / of yellow there U fever no imminent on the East danger M"Knlttiwiit Trip I'lniinml, f",r Old Sol PUBLI8HED KVEIIY!: FRIOAT.CHAKLKS Itwtc.The Nor BIMIIV, to the Jovoni'ir of tile State orlorltiB q
t Coast of Florida, yet it behoovesall Very Cheap' .' UIMIII the lath/ Clay of September\ ,

i 1i H. WALTON, Editor & mblliiher.AWBLT of us to put our premises in a department of Florida, Grand Army ter I'MWI of, for Eureka lAittiT Fish Patent Onnpiiny": ",'"I"| >"tile hereto|p.rol'lII.oel ntutclwtlCHARTER. '..Imr-. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

I sanitary condition. It can do no of the Republic, Ian) selecled as the .
r. JOOEHAL DBVOTKD TO TH. DBVMLOFM olllclal route tu Denver. Col., where the Authorized capital, $1 i oo i(
1 .BT O" TH. INDIAN RIVKK, I.AKS harm, and might prevent many : nnnual encampment is to take place, the These Articles' Wltnoawth. Hint the tm.liT' .lirnetl I" Paid up capital :$,,.,',
other forms of sickness and fever. li..va associated thenmplveii to1! her to form '(300
;t M1 ipr WOttfH AND DISOATlfB BATSKOTIOKS.Dlsoontlnuan Southern Hallway and over the following a CDriuiratlon, muter the Law..1 the State of Average deposits, $20, ',<<
,, .1 r Kill the mosquito, by destroy. route: KlorlUn." 300
11 of advtn. itiunt he made per. ing her breeding places, If not as a 'rhe, Southern Kallvuiy' via Atlantaand ARTICLE I. +

t (.ally at this ollloe or by writing. prevention of contagion of yellow Chattanooga; Queen and Crescent The name of the Corporation Khali, tie ".;"rekll. ---' Transacts a General Bank 10
to Louisville; and p41;. Louis Chlcneo A Fish Coin" |.liny" aii'l Its pri niapal l| place'' of I>IIHnii |
fever do It because they are an Intolerable "n will lie at Tltimvllle, llravunl County
Check,etc., may he made payable toCHAHLKSB. Alton to Kansas City, and the Union Florltln. -
t WALTON, pulillslier.n nuisance The Jacksonville I'acillo to Denver. The rare fioni Jack. AliriCMS U 1.j;
in to this Monvllle will be only *:'IS! ,li.;> to Denver,
---' Metropolis referring The ,pttriHMeM of this. Corporation Is to do a t
In writing' t-> the AIIVUTATR for Infcirma matter : Colorado springs( or Pueblo, Col., and (rnnnral t lea' itiiHlni-HM, and, to catch, Inn, sell, r I s : Largest and Oldest Bank on the R lift, I Iei
tlonmmykindtliowrltorwlllubligehyenclNe.iv says return, one of the lowest, r-ues over no- Klilii I and I ileal III, all kin..* of Flnli and" to own . y
kx rt yrr "Surgeons are appealing to the ami' operate" Hull boats uud" h""l1'heRI1 to lease, e l, ttl Exchange bought and lil ."n ,, I
log a stJimped'HddreHHnil" unvelopo. corded for an event of thin kind. and, oiltlltit ili'iil,
t anil' lure nulling liojtH HIM in ,II Cou n trim,
+ t
8 people to assist in destroying mosquitoes The department com tnnnder hits Issued nHh twlno and nets, and t (general! nunpllOH, for I, 1
{ it is these the ol'ller which to the lulling c-Ktt hinghb( ppnig and Hellinir' nilkinilsol I r'' I
following gives
TIIK KAHF CoA ADVO everywhere, as I"t ; :: 1'.trun"lI'e| appreciated Prompt
BOSTON I ;\ OPPK K- "r ; and to, build, and, own Hull IIOIIHOS, "t" in,
't ;r'i/ i i OATH has opined' ninient-l 4 Atlantic Avenue, Insects! which transmit yellow fever. members of the order I tliioughout the docks, boati laid other. applianuHS fur catohlnjg/ i treatment.and eVertfllv.r conttlKt, U'.
1 I :State, dot.illed infoim.itlon an to rate, Huh,and to do all \( grind "
thiutfH 'IC'eR.ary
Boston, which will he In charge! of Mr. Claude Screening of cisterns cleansing:, genera Yrol'"r
roil to, etc.Following, for thopnrpoHUM' of coiidiiottn a CORItFSPOSDENTSfU ; !'
O.Walton. and draining where hnnlneiiH and. hall have all the powers and +
disinfecting Older
l Is the department : .
mull under Empire Trust ,
prlvilegusrmuted, to piiriiiratlons Coinpnnyev
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{ necessary, of statnant water and a Ilendquartois) Department of Florida, the lawn, of the"" State of Horlda:; ,which:: : are neres- _.:f!? r Florlilu Bank And Trust Co, ..Tack.I..IrL"US"7ILLE -
: *
&cldreu all nommunloatlonsto concerted Gen. S. G. A. K.. Ocala, Kla, July :OW! 1IOj.Hellel'll ; .- mirv and proper for the purpose at Its hl"orl'Ooratloll !hi
I) lI EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, onslaught upon Order No. :1 I. ". 1'LA.: .
j i TITUSVILLB, FLORIDA. Fasciata, the seat and center of The following schedule of the ofilclul ARTICLE III.

the yellow fever trouble. Experiments route for the department of rlmldt' The amount IK :herelil'of the' 1? .1 ::31t l 1)0 Tan of this'Ihoimnii! corpiration ::..

I in Havana and at other Grand Army of the Republic anti the oliarn' to lie ,dlvtdeil Into One Hundred Shares, J. M. 10 <> ::BI1"TS.Slicce"lIor '\ .
a + , O. S.lepartlneutorAgriculture: have convinced scientists rated of fare from Jacksonville to Don- of the par' value of One llundrud, Hollars each, ,I to Dobbins Bios. r>
t It + IJureau Jupiter Fla points Colorado Pueblo and whli,b capital stock Hhall l b prvgr. ( )
Weather ver, Springs or Col., valuation\
l and yellow fever experts of the fact ert), hut bar or nervli'im at a just to IK I. :7L: : O C :ii.I: X' "
are hereby promulgated, for the information 11'1".11" the Hoard,I of ulrui't.nrt of thin Corporation . G- -r:: J.'J ..an.: c :I-: ,

as ''r The following is a comparative state that this particular type of mos. of the comrades, their kindred at a meeting called for that ..,arpo.". )Badges, Checks, Door :Numbers, Stencils Trunk and Locksmith SlipHEPAIIUNO !, ,- I't
' entoftomperatureandralnfallfortheI the most active and potent oigunlziiHons and their friends, desiring ARTICLE OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY t

sF I dj ID week ending Tuesday, Aug. 1 1,1005. medium of transmitting the disease to attend the thlrtv-nlnth ntitlonnl. en- The term for which thin corporation. shall eilt Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises I n'H't! '(, "
-lOOr.-) -IOO.tD4TII another rainpment In Denver, C/'ol. September shall ho(lli') ninety nine vear4 from the date 224! Main ot. Jacksonville. Fla.
I $ from one person to 47, 1)05!) : of the domain of letters. Putmit. f
? :. MAX. MI.V. MAX. MIN. and that with the destruction of. ---- ---
' I The I Southern Hallway, via Atlanta AUriCLE V,
8S 'ill 811 7 t !
l tl :21 27 II! 88 711 8:1 72 the mosquito the problem of stamp. and Uhll.ttluoogalueen| and (resent, Tim l>u. neca or thin rnrporatloii. sliall lie con FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANWood I
M'II 2* 8:1 77 !sii!/ 70 ing out the disease is aim pulled. to Louisville; St. Louie Chicago" & Alton .llIotA,1 hv a PteHldent, Treaitiirer and, Hurrotary. Tin SOUTHERN IiB 1.
to Kansas City, iiixl Union Pacific .and. Hoard of Three Directors, and surli other \
''i :411: 89! 77 8': 73 "The stegomyia fusclata branchof to Denver, has been selected an. the olll ottlrurs' agents ,and servants "as tho Hoard" olIflrocforn
::11I ll.l:( 811 73: shall from time to time deem iidvlsahie. ,
r 31 02: 7JT 84 72 the mosquito family Is said to clal route' for this department, and Air. Provided the office or Secretary! and, TreaNrarer Coke Brick Lime Cement r rJ

} 1 i 1)2): 77 /85 0!) constitute but a small percentageof J. C. Lusk, district passenger agent for may ho held he, elected'hv the,' hv same the. "ero.in.Htock-holdurft The' DIrmtntaltall ut- Coal, , ri t rt
the Southern Hallway >"o. IDS Went '
Iy Total rainfall for the week : 1,1015 the mosquitoes which abound their annual meeting to be held, on tin Kind -e. i
rl Jiay Street, Jacksonville, Fl.i., hall kindly Tuumlny In October, axon and the Ilie .
Departure from normal 1 rainfall for the at this of the your dr .
everywhere season
I olTorud, for the Hlnill d. I tron ;
to personally iirnuiRo ton so sleeted elect on the santo ly
week:: plus .71: Inches. Departure. year and his destruction may be 1'1111 man car space, and, will Rive full their number a FreHlilent, HOI.retMry and, 1 Treatnrer .*. Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick..." i
from normal rainfall since January 1, and until the first annual meeting In 00.
tr 3.10 Inches. the most easily accomplished by I>,mlcnliii8 of the route, etc., to those toiler' I1MI5, 1>. L. (laulilen shall I ho preHidpnt' L
; ilKi minus HAL. 1'. HAHDI.V, Observer.N reason of the fact that his breeding writing him, for his railroad I U deter. W. Halle. shall be 'I rotxnrer, and Andrew .I: Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida.. Telephone, V. : !
f mined that everything fur the comfort IIrllll. nlnill he !tccretarv this powers, dnrlusand "
t places is in cisterns a.nd stagnant oliHtrailoiiM ol said tlllli'er.ella l II l he pre rrlliml ..
of the comrades, and friends, shall be liy the llv-laws, to Im approved by the J. K. MUNNERLYN( : General Manajter.
water about the premises, and that Hist,class In eveiy particular Honrdnr Ulreutorrt. The roini' | nnutlon to Im
N; TUB relations of Brevard and St. his habitat is in the weeds, old bottles It U. eainestly desired that our department lurid hv the Corporation, ... to the Huirotarv, and i
rennurpr, for 'rvlt'" remlored to the ii
I Luele counties appear to be quite tin cans and other waste material be fully represented at this encampment tlon shall not exceed. 910U,on ]per) month. to "oai'h, The Oldest KutabHahed, Grain and Seed House In rhS3,' tr ,t.pViLalitl < ii i
)harmonious. This is how it should the and post commanders are except. hv the nuanimoiii vote of all the Htoclc i
that accumulate about ---
requested to promulgate this order holders' of the Corporation ,
,y 1. t1 be. vacant lots and back sheds. among the members of their posts and ARTICLE VI.

1 "The screening of cisterns' and auxiliaries and friends, also have posted The hlgheHH aiiioiint, of linliibrodtin or llablllty \J1 Wm.: -' _. :E30"\LJS: Cc

HAVE you covered your water the disinfecting and) filling in of prominently, all advertising matter fur to whlrh thin Corporation. Hhall at amtlmu i.
barrels and other receptacles for nlshed them by the /Southern )Railway sithjert Itflelf shall hue l ten thoiiHainl, did.f flitre. '
pools] of stagnant water, the removalof No lion, mortgagpH or other etiGiimbranUOH $4r GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
and Its connections tho and
: mosquito breeding ? It not, it is Chicago! Hhall he created by the corporation, or exe ,
rubbish from the premises, Alton, Rod Union 1'nclllo Klilway.hcliednleof anted agalnstthe property. of the corporation,
, about time you did it. cutting and destruction of the : the olllclal route for the without the consent of and Hlgnatiire of the
1'renlik'iit... Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizer'S
headquaiters train:
weeds will destroy the breeding ARTICLE.

t p WOIIK on the Key West extension places and haunts of this kind of Leave Jacksonville, 7:1:l.i!; P Ill. Augustii The names lenldencen.. of tile, snlmcrlhun. FQBII,1 WVl8.M0.ItIIISBL 20i( East Bay Street, .TACKSOXVFLLE, FtA
: l)0o!) ;; an live Atlanta: 5O::! 1\ in., hep- and the aniountof, Stuck BUhHurllwil for end,
by :
of the 1". )r. C. Ky. is being mosquito, and by these means the tember 1 arrive Chattanooga 0 I fl;
t ; ?, ; : n. 01., are as follows I IXA"
Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. K'y. and A. ( b i. 'iy!
le 1 ; rapidly pushed ahead. Hundreds' public health will be promoted.The September 1; arrive Lexington, f>::30 p. ID, RFHIDRNCK. NO OKHIIAKKS'

l, {I r of men are already employed on cleaning up involved in this m., September 1; arrive ht. Louis 7:12a. :: :! I). I.. Oanlden.. Tlrunvllle,Florida,. 2 Rhar"R.I. .
2 arrive Kansas
+ the work, and a "boom" has begun process will go a great way towards 5:20 m.) ,.September ; 2 I arrive Denver City ..1V.Hallo OrlBis'rituuv TlruHVllle. Florida, . 2.1Sliiir-..
: r' m., September ; Andrew J. lile, Florida, 25 Sh"re. f
j to strike Key West and neighbor. improving the public health even 11:35: ; a. m September ;a i. Headquarters BfATRor t'rOUln\, iHHKVABD MeMurray[ & Baker
I r' t hood. if there is no yellow fever to be I train will have through Pullman sleep Cou'rv t tIn i
combatted and when we have the eta. Two persons can occupy one berth., galls) .. came before me 1>. L. Ollu"I,,". L,
1 Cost of berth Jacksonville to Denver W. and Andrew, lifllllH, each of whom
promise that it will also effectively knowledges bin signature to the foregoing, 40 J .41a East< Hay Street Jacksonville, Florida, \
k.. AI.HKAUY candidates are being Cot., $10..10. Space should bo secured tnittrtummt,and the name IH his art and deeir ,
aid in preventing fever, there oughtto at the earliest possible date. by writing for the ptirpoHeH and lines therein, ex preased. \
named for : :: :
our next Governor. Personally -Makers and Jobbers of-
In wltneHH whereof I have I Illxad tar llani
be reluctance the of to Mr. Lusk as above stating number
think it Is little no on part and olllclal' Heal 1.this the 2nd day of August, A.
we a earlyto
t', ; all the in of persons and amount of berth space ',. tae.Notary.! .
"fool" with politics./ Why not people helping. deal red. { \ .. ROlli', } WINSTON S, HltAN"!"'''. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Material

put in a brother editor .next time The following! rates of round-flip fare t.My commUnlon" expires tho 8tli Nmauy day of.PuhlW.February , Wagon 1

l ' and why not Jiro. Wilson, of the JOEJEFFERSON LEFT CLEVE authorized are extremely low, as It is ,A. It MM. 1I..,.St
desired that. as as possible! shall
ji Times Union ? What say you, Hro. LANDA FISHING REEL.We receive the benefits of the mountain air Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

1 Editors ? and an outing In the Garden of the ...N...........N....... First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc,
l/N/ are Informed, that a copy of the Gods at the lime when most needed by :

ADVKUTHINU in the ADVOCATE lathe will of Joseph Jefferson was (lied In the our people.,
The fare from Jacksonville to Denver, JOB II
I+s only salesman you can employ surrogates'' ollloo In New York, by E. Colorado Springs, or Pueblo, Col., and I .rD. r 0 :buy: : Your: : . .

i'l, 1pr that will keep everlastingly at it. O. Blake, the executor of the estate, return, for the national encampment (In
Never mind what the other fellow who applied to the corrugate for lettersof Denver, on September, Is $:b I .O,;. FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
Tickets will be on sale by Southern ,
I 'l says or what he la. doing ; go ahead administration on the actor's proper. Hallway Irorn Jacksonville, and via the .. .. fioni a house that bas been In business over for\< lean,

and push for business' on your own ty, situated that state. The will was :Southern hallway at stations on the Atlantic and has always 'had the reputation for LOW PRICE 9!
r filed In Karnstable Coast Line and, the Seaboard AirLine .I
account. Remember, Christmas is originally county,
I on the finest goods imported. and Manufactured
i ( drawing near, and people are already Mass. Hallways tu Florida, as follows : Hfr: PRINTING!
i Oouln, ""I1.70; Orlando, $1'.O.i, !) ; Dade
k watching the tuls. of merchants It mentions bequests, such as a. Ken City, |I.J.55; ; : ; Plant City, .14:10 I :!! ; Tampa, Bless & .
.1 to find out what they have/ tucky lulling reel, which is to go to $11.0, : ; Tavaies, $l-.(>r,; Gainesville; c Slater, .t

for sale. Grover Cleveland, and small bequests to flOM( ; Lee bul'lr, $12.70; Hawthorn, .ee .
#IO.W; Archer, ''p"11.21); Cltra, $11.15\ ; and i'.)i DIAMONDS WATCHES & JEWELRY
the actors' fund, the actors' homo, and) : :
. OF ALL KINDS . 11 and ia Main St.
corresponding rates from other pointsnot i J, & S. W. and A. C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR I
Winter the dramatlo critic. f
detectives William
TIIB thecoroner'sjtiryand to mentioned here will be allowed l i
ou L JL FLOUU'A.Turnips .
I the grand Jury of Hade county The bulk of the estate, however, Is application to ticket agents. 3391V. B.IV St. JACKSONVILLE. -

EXECUTFD. _ __ _ __ _ _ _ -
have all failed in clues or appre left to Mr. JelTerstm's relatives. The Correspondingly low rates will\ be !Riv: 4CHEAPLY n

hension of the assassins of C. K.: real estate In New York state consists en from all points on the Florida Kant. =---t: =--+:Da =---c '
Davis and daughter two months of valuablo property along Riverside Coast' Railway upon application. J: n I
p Tickets purchased for the headquarters 4ARTISTICALLY W SEED: :>S FC>:n. ': : '
1 r ago near Miami. The murderers Drive, on Lexington avenue. and on train should read via tho Southern

i will now, it is thought, never be Central Park, West. Hallway from Jacksonville and over j: I I II

found, llovever the above route.1'urtloul.uH. : I'I
( ,. grand jury as to time of return limit TIW anti with DISPATCH -and Ruts Dugaa.
F, asked me county commissioners THE KEY WEST EXTENSION and Information desired will be fur III Onion Sets Bermuda and;Pca"' I

for an appropriation, to enable the nished poslH and Individual by Mr.. .1. . Cabbage-best varieties for'Florida. Beans.
olllcers to continue the Investlirn-- Quite a number of Italian laborers Ltisk upon application to him, By orher'Ehunnls i : .. .'.e. i &;T'
Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose and Triumph.
tlon. were in TItusvillo on Monday[ en route J, Owen, commander; Joseph l. I II I
liumby, assistant adjutant geneial. Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc
S l n to Miami and the Florida keys, to work: OUR /STOCK OF LJ1L hl'a'i
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THR fact U well established/ on the Florida Fast Const Hallway extension I
i I that the United very States Is not sutler.log to Key WOllt..e understandthat SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES. ; . STATIONERY . I :Z I: L. 711M: :: .LOKT. Soodsmttn: : ,

so much from too many Immigrants I. some of the keys are like beehives, I IS COMPLETE : 1 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
Itetween jAcknuiivllle and >..w'urk, via ,4 Ii
I ,,4 as it Is from the neglect to so many workmen being upon them. The l'OI"I..r Clyilo 1.1*... '- YOU ARE INVITEDTO 1 : ..
azr.--: : ""' 7d
I properly distribute these af. -"! 7a
people On and after June let, 1003\ ) and until --
ter they have landed. When this] LENGTHENING THE PIER. withdrawn, the "C:yde Line" will sell INSPECT IT +.

question, '! has been_ solved, remarks : : el.I
I first class tickets, Jacksonville to New el.a I
,, the rittsburg Dispatch, it h l probable Mr. rCo.itlntf, owner of the pier and and
York return, meals and berth included -
N that clllllcultiea pavilion at. Daytona Deuch has MalloryLinesSPECIAL
many connected a huge i 1f I
at $:.15 00. These tickets will be EAST 'IInr
i , with the settlement of the quea. force of men employed lengthening the good on any hlp, and will be limited for :

1 I tlon will disappear for all time. pier. It will be extended about 70 ft. return passage to September 30th, 190.1, _

{ l Students of immigration agree that' farther Into tho Atlantic ocean, much to and In no case will the limit be extend. I I ifIl

I too many foreigners remain in the the pleasure of those who fish from the ed will beyond secure thin choice. time.of stateroom Early applications accommodations. COAST PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
1 d cities, where they have friends, instead pier In writing. please give 1'
of seeking the section where names of all parties, If more than. one, and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on tile :oNO t.

y j i y + they may 11 nil conditions that will nude County Land for Hale. and ages of children if any Children. ADVOCATE i ii OVERCROWDING a4by
between the of live and twelve
t permit they to create homes and In For sale, cheap, tho northeast (III/uter years, half fare.ages No charge for children STATEROOMS: ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED >ntti "

;, ? time become the owners of the land. of southeast quarter of section 3, town. under live years of age( provided they i PRINTING OFFICE. ill Ulllnlll ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number berth* fir

k, yi hip 38, south of range -11 east; close to exclusion do not occupy of others accommodations to the | orsei the seating! capacity of Dining Halls, thus insuring all passengers todiylclul Ix'x

i A KIMHOI.TEN CASTLE:, the Duke of O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on ()11AN.!! II. WAITOV, Agent, : rvlce and attention.
tl ., .Manchester's place In England, has St Lucie River; -40 acres. 'litusyille, Fla. .......................... ell

Also, the northeast quarter of north. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY
been let
11 for a term of years to his ..
---- -- -----
I uncle Lord Charles Montague. east, quarter of section 18, township 38, THE (See (:Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union)

I The Tanderagle Castle property south of range 41 east; on south fork of VEHICLE & HARNESS CO. 0It'

1'i'' 4 I in Ireland has been sold for about St. t.ucle ItIver; 40 acres Apply to Corner and Cedar Sts. LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL.POINTS NORTH a

r I'' $1,000,000, under the provisions of elf A'"- 1(. WALTON, JACKSONVILLE, -Foisvth- FLORIDA Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

riF ,; the Irish land act, the money go. Tltusvllle -Fl--" FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS." 1 I II

Ing to the duke creditors, while Our stuck of . . at
'' his purchase! of Kyplemore Castle UNIVERSITY Through tickets sold to all For full Information regarding
I tl COLLEGE WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES.: tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, tick eta, etc., appU I It
I was never oonte'mpltted. All of
d II which tends to confirm the Impression OF MEDICINE VIRGINIA.Th.t.xtl . SURREYS: TRAPS, ROAD CARTS, ARTHUR W. PYE Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet. JacisonYille, FIOtWI ''grll

i that the duke and duchess and Ik. meiAltlES emit.* In MCOICIRE; HMDHTIITITuurilMMiCI.Lnnra $URIIHV l) OIrtETIa5; HARNESS, SADDLES ETC., ETC., ETC. d

I will after their return in the sum Halls, tibotmrotln.Hotpltil fled Dlip..... -IS NOW COMI'LETE- - --
make their home I,.. imply.tuilp?.* (oc IUCMHIU! melting.ntT .
mer, permanent .... .T..._.... High aced baton Stan BOII.II. SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING: TO THE ADVOCATE.CARRIES It I

.1, i'r! l in the United States. Pm 11M1.. '. ,".ale!". U ..be, THR P"O"Tf\ ,J-yCall on us and you will find our prices will please you. ", THE LARGEST STOCK OF STATIONERY. IN THE COt NTTI .id





+....+......*.**+++.+..++.*+4......++...+....+.++.+ Fort Pierc.e.K. Stuart. We makea specialty of

13 Kaulerson paid Jensen a visiton fool showers tills week have made tho

Wednesday. weather very agieoable.
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'I !rs.Y.. J. Nesbltt left, Monday for Nino car loads] of steel spans have ar- FIRE INSURANCEand
Daytoua: to spend a few weeks of much- lived for the new stool bridge.
:: Notes Contributed needed rust
by OuiCorps : ,
Newsv Regular
};. Bon Carter, of the F. E. C. Ky., was

i}: of East Coast Correspondents; The Emily 11, Capt. llerulrlcksou lu here, 'Tuesday lu the Interest of bill roiul.inorgo ,
k : command wall anchored off the City
( Talks bAil n young wildcat,
,. wharf on Monday(
"N.1N..- .- .- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- .-.-.- .- .- .- .- .- ...................- which he captured on one of his recent are prepared to give
Miss Hondilx left, Tuesday for Tam- hunts. i.

pa, alter spending a few days visiting
semi all communications A largo crowd of our citizens went to
;JT" Please Eau Gallie. her brother, our popular druggist.Mr. .
Fort Tbiusday to witness I the
Tierce ,
lid items for publication( to "Editor and Mrs. Ilofnagle and son, Jean, ball game.1'ho .

Ural. ATE, Titusvillo Jt.; left, Monday for their former home In ; PROPERTY OWNERS I
SAHVlt r. the north for it oouplo of months' holidays throe masted schooner Emily It.,
HonHSOX'-I'II"HII'IAJOI Asa SCBUKON. Capt. U. I). Heuilrlcksoii, was" In port
:r \Ve cannot guarantee to publltb (1,1110. Hurl.la. Wednesday.,

terM that do not roach tills office before K. C. B Tyndall: was Lore on Sunday '
Thursdays IShowel'lIlIrlll t thiiiulerstoimsdiiriugthe visiting his family who are spending a U. W. Thomas Is erecting a very attractive -
"ma past' week. few weeks with her mother Mrs. A. K. porch to the trout of his residence -

Scuppernong: ;. grapes are now selling Hogg.Mra.:. on avenue U.Mis. ,
AVill correspondents us by
in our stores.ieo. W. T. Harbin and mother IIKOOOI.tOIl <.'. S. B. honey left for her old.
\rlllnll tho n"nH'lIof people and places home lu Ohio Wo trust aha
and Jim !Lane have boon enjoying Monday.
( Gosch and
? M family left, Sunday i the possible
possible hits arrived
plainly as safely.
far Atlanta, lia.MH a few day1 visit with Mrs. Stewart S'
of Eau Oallio. Walter Kltchln '11 launch was In the
| \ Floit'nco Hodgson" spent Sunday I hands of the decorators this week, receiving r '--- Wit.
Melbourne. at Bonaventiue. Miss Ella Ilanklna, accompanied by best at
Mrs.( It. Whyte and daughter, left for a : a ooat of viunlsh.]

The Sharpie Lizzie, Is on tbe ways two months' vacation In Canada end Several hunting parties have: been out

- being overhauled and painted. other places on Tuesday. We wish them the past week. hotter. bo careful boys, protection the

ilCHARlV OOODE.-lloal Estate, Notary J. Ooscli Is having the new Plngreo a bun voyage and safe return. you nio breaking the law.
I'ulilk,, and l Cnnveyaniuir. At| nt rnr jKtnA.
I.I LoiKlonanilQIuba.aiul Hart ford cottage painted bpiller is doing tho The bell for the Baptist church, a present Isnno Craig arid J. C. Rogers returned ,
Fire f'nenranee t'oiiipiiulon. Special attention work.C. from tbe four children uf Kabun: from the Maglo/ City Monday morning,
Interests ot
"paid Alnsworth has sohl all tho balance Hood, arrived I on Friday. It la In mom01 where they have boon courting.
of his 'turn of their father who for many
bankrupt stock and loft
for the ADVOCATK Sunday Both the hotel. here have about all
:ySubucrlptlons last, for Michigan.. years was prominently essoci.ited with
of tho Bust Coast will beocolved they can do to take cure of their
he pink paper the church. It Is a very handsome bell ninny .
at the Melbourne PoHtotlicu.Mis. :Mr. and Mrs. Budd, of the East Coa'stnllllwll.Y guests. Thla speiilcs well for the town.
at this point are the happy I LOWEST RATES
Peculiar Mrs.( Roy Lane visited Jensen, Tuef-
E. M. Campbell la enjoying! her parents of a young lion MsappenraiK'c. tidy Mra. Lano consulted a reliable

isit in the mountain of Tennessee On Monday! List, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. J. I U. Itunyan, of Uutieivlllo, 0., laid "specialist' about her son's eyes while in

Miss Alma: Martin has returned homeion Rossitter wore made happy by the arrival tho peculiar disappearance of his patn- J UUHen.
Orlando, and reports a pleasant of a dear little son. Both mother ful symptom of indigestion and biliousness I in
E. of the
and child are doinn well. to Dr. King's Xew Life 1>11104. lie btypmanu: manager
]sit with relatives there. says: "They are a perfect remedy for dizziness house of the Kant Count Fish Co., at Elm

Mm. H. A, Conkling has returned to Dr. W. L. Hnghlett was called to Eau sour stomach headache constiputiini > Oallie\ was hero Sunday: visiting rela,

orl'lllinan home, after a pleasant visit Gallie on Monday last, an accident having etc." Guaranteed at lied Cross tives.Stanley's. I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. I

tMyrtlo( cottage, Melbourne Beach happened to one of the employees Pharmacy, Tltuaville; price Seta;) Blue ,JIIylllIIY at Fort Tierce
of the I. it. & r.. W. Fish & Ice Co. at this weok.V piudlct that tho Fort
e :
We have a few mosquitoes, but are this point. ------------- --
exterminate them Pioice tanners will have to play for all
ryingto by pouting
ercmeno oil on the tops of water barrels Mr.I and Mrs \V. F. Huffman and family White City. they me worth.
]left for Atlanta, O.i.: Sunday. Mr. & Walton
m ad l i-lstcins. MUs Frauds Sty pin ami is the Brat lady Morgan
Huffman will
Into business
enter at thu
to ride wheel tho rock road. ,
a on new
Miss Linn Koclio of Eau O.illie: WAS now home of his adoption llo left a J. B. Arnold has moved on to his farm, She rodo into town from her uncle'spiantatiou'l'uosdty
lie guest of liev. and Mrs. J. II, Hawk, fine property for sale in Eau Gallic, about two miles south of here. .
ist week, attending:; the Hrown. tophII which should be advertised in the ADVOCATE morning Titutivill o., Florida.:
wedding while here. Mr. Howard's family la spending a few C W. Corbott Is now able to bo outiig.iin.

weeks with friends Whittler, He null In his foot five -. .
ran a
A quiet wedding:( sccurrod Tuesday ate The accidental fall out of a second /
: p. m., at the McBride House, Jnsceof story window caused the death of Mr.Nowmau. Messrs.\ Fripp and Oiistafaou are weeks ago aollt Logan to look aurtoua.We. Tibbals. heal l gl4tato lIal"/1\1I114./;
the Peace, C. T. McBride, unit. Dra. Ilughlott and Peek were throwing up a big piece of grading at Ten .are glad: to neo hint out again -

is In marriage, Miss Hunter and \V. X. (Called! In and did all they could for the Milo creek Tlitue aru only three alllgatora In tho Nicetonne. cottage. well

alas Those present at the wedding young: man. The accident happened on Ml Ise Lena Oriel has accepted a schoolIn 1'001111 front of Judge Hancock's residence Tho aru visible evidences<< of progress| located, in Tltusvlllo, . . $t20O:! 00
oie Mesdames( C. T. McBride, I IL; \V.Dodo Monday I last at the I. U. & I. W. Fish Dado county and will take charge thefirst now. Quo of the large 'gators got and I prosperity throughout the entirelength lli: acres Land and house
of the Indian River New
,- : the Mltsea Urnnau, John FeririiR Co.'s quarters. Monday In August. on the outside of one of the smaller onuo.B. country
and Willie McBride The bride and i liomon, larger pineapple vhtntlitlolllllLlHI part sot In Orange Trees, In

room left on the 5 o'clock south bound The lumber has been ordered for the II. Hardaway i Is In the city superintending mange groves" toll Ihfll4tory'bnt; the Eau. Gallie . . . . , 700 00
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]alii, followed by s shower of rice from Indianola. new club house and town hall\ and la expected work with S. S. Scott, connected thrifty people of Tlbbala have taken a 30 Lain)
lends who had (irtthercd at the depot to arrive any day Work will with the stool Midge, which i III being : .step In advance of many other sections. acres nearly Jv,

"i ico them off begin on the arrival of material. built across the St. Juclo liver ar this For some tlmo they have had under discussion Milo lUyor Front, I II) tnilos

pot lit. the building of a line tourlts' north of Ulna: (
Header, are you a subscriber for the dIM 00
Some hero from Fort Pierce
ClandoEdge, wife and little son, of parties are ,
hotel the bluff the Indian
Oallio, were the guests of Claude ADVOCATE ? cutting and shipping wood for tho Jensen noo.V. Thomas h getting the matoilal Hiv e I'.on Thoio plans overlooking havo materialised, 20 sores lover Front at

eaujean and wife from Saturday until Mrs Tom Sanders: of this place has Ice factory. We understand they on the ground for .Kiud O. (ialllgher'awinter and Tlbbala la to have a tourists' hotel Hartlouvlllo , , , , ' 40000I () (
afternoon when Alex J. been have a contract for lOt) corcla. residence. Mr. Ualligher/ has aveiy
milay Capt. entertaining friends. completed and toady for next winter' 2ltf I ii. I., GAUI.OEN, Agent( ,
nude, took them back to Ran (iallle in desirable location, having the :St.
.ie launch, "Nlko." The following The telephone Is in use In Cocoa, and Our Sunday school has Introduced anew Lucie liver frontage mid an elegant rock business The main building la to bo Tltiiavlllo Fa.Hodgson .
we soon expect to have It on this island. feature, which la a circulating/ magazine road I In the rear. 40xlo., two stories high with a Ult. I ._
iffy accompanied them home: John library. It was opened last Sunday veranda: along thu mist and south aides
crgiiHuu and wife Miss Lillian Perguin Miss Virginia Can-is, of }
Claude Beau lean and wife, Miss Is visiting her school friend, Miss Alice in the scheme work hOle and moved on to new Holds of :Jlx2t! >ft., and two stories On I the main arose

iiwlo A. Hcaujeau, Mrs. Alex J. Ooodeid Sanders. labor.[ Our road Is now aa smooth It floor there will be an office I ISx2! : -Ifs apailor
son, Richard. Goode and H.Y.. :Mr. Sogaard who has boon quite 111 Is possible to make it. Tho crusher will and \ Hxilllft.: (KAUUAI.MIC:
'00<10. Charley Hood has bad a proper doso of for some tlnm, died Thursday night of general utility rooin. : : INDIA-lIUVEn, FLA.
measles In (;Columbus O. Indianola! boys last week. Ho leaves a daughter and ruturu again In about u mouth to do dining room :mxil'.lft.!I : besides several

DROWN SfKI-IIKN-l WEDDING. do not believe In doing things by halves. many: friends to mourn his departuio toa some more rolling. suites of rooms with baths lavatories, Marino( Hallway.Qenoral .

Wednesday July] Mill:! was the oec.i- Mrs. Oruber and daughter Miss Maggie better world., He was one of the first The social for the benefit of the baseball and all modern conveniences. There ( Merchants] anti Ship ChAUtll r .
,,00 of ono of the prettiest weddings! will bo -IO sleeping rooms, furnished athoroughly
settlers here. ,
from TItusville are visiting 0111'PostmaHter boys Wednesday evening, netted ..Hl'ocial;' Kiicilitlua.,
'or Melbourne when the up-to-date style.
$17. The team la now practically out of
, Ir i|>tiilsof] Miss Mattie L. Brown and with Merritts island family, are charmed fiendish Suffering debt and la ready to play ball. Manager The building will cost lu the ItolghbOl'hoo.luf for Hauling Out, Storing and ]Repairing
Chester A. celebrated
Stephens were $10,000.
Stanley Kltchlng to to Yachts and
In the M. K:. Church, novo J.. H. Hawk We are sorry to learn that Mrs. A. S. is often cause by sores, ulcers. and cancers have about match expects game n woek airanjre, and asks It will bo the winter gathering point Launches.

Mliciating. Huinphrys has been 111 In bed, at Sea- that: eat away your skin. Wm. lie- the citizens: to patronize the game by for a largo number of people who (prefer Mention. the ADVOOATM when writing.

:The church wan. filled with invited breeze where she Is being attended by a dell, of Flat Hock, Mich., nays: "I have being! at the ball lot every tlmo a game lacalled. a quiet place and still lo In It positionto
:ieniU. and at 0 o'clock the brld,U l par- physician. We trust she will goon be used Bucklnn'a Arnica Salvo, for ulcers enjoy good llahlng.Tho .

v entered, to the strain of the wedding able to come home where she will re- sores and cnnrers. It Is the !bust healing "IILoH. we are told, will 1 be from Stanley Kitchiiig
March played by Mr. C. Ii. Stewart, and cruit In a short time, Inhaling our balmyair. dressing I ever found." Soothes and The Jensen baseball team c 1 bats $::1 I to $.1 per day. When completed {twill ;

isxed up the aisle to stand beneath a heals outs, burns and scalds :'J.jcts! at with our brave boys, last 'l'hul'lldtY.lnd 'I ha designated aa the "Walton I Inn," Uonlcr In- '
,rile wedding boll of white roses. The Kod Cross Pharmacy; jlIaranteOlI.Rockledge. after the smoke of tho battlo had cleared In honor of that erect Knullsh fisherman I

veers. ., Messrs. Chas Oslin and Jolin'Icltolsnn Public Is Arouted. away the score stood as follows, : Sir Isauk Walton.-The Homoaeeker. FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS,
\ were followed by the groom, Stimuli: 0 4 4 IOU 0 f) O-U
'compnniod by hilt brother, :Sir. M. K.tephins :. The public aroused to a knowledge Jensen. : :) U 1 0 i 0 0 (1 o 0-i Tobacco Pipes( Candies, Fancy China

an best man, Mr. Homer Conk- of the curative merits of that groat mod- Tile Jeiisuii boys played: clean ball. ROBBED EXPHESS OFFICE. ,Temperance Drink*.
]nit and Miss Mollio Nicholson, Mr.V.. Icinal tonic, Electric Bitters for sick A leige number of visitors came over 1 The following brands of cigars delivered

Kyle anti Miss Mattie Hoke; then the stomach liver and kidneys. Mary II. !Mrs. M. Frey walt visiting Mends in from Jensen and Waveland which was Last the oillce of the .at &J.2.1 per box of AO:
Laid of honor, Miss Rose Humerukotise Walters, of nil! bt. Clair Avo., Columbus Cocoa. Saturday. very much ",'plCcltlolllJy, the team and Friday night, Ilumboldt Koy Vest Smokers, I'remos,
O., writes: "For several months I was the management. Southern Kxpresa; (Co": at Talatka, was Cremo
who preceded the bride on the N. M. Fish is over on Merritts Island Cubanas t'ohalskl.
given to die. I bad fever and broken Into and robbed of $IH.1. 111 cltsh.
i-roof her father Mr. Geo. W. Brown up ague this week, fixing the roads at the south / > Flinch Cards, iiOo. ; Hand Made Palmetto
\i the mimic ceased the words were my nerves were wrecked ; I could not end. Iruylug. The young man who wall sleeping In the Hats, 2'ia.
slump, and stomach. was so weak from
,Parts its joined these two loving useless doctors' drugs that I could! not Mrs. Leech! of Daytona: has been olllce waa bound l. gagged and blindfolded ITUAUT: FLORIDA.t .

The bride ono. white not eat. Soon after beginning! to take spending a few days with Mr Frank Draying or hauling or all II I Inda promptly by the robbers. Ilia pistol was under ---- --- -- -

'ilk' white veil was with daintily fresh gowned orange in bios-, Electric Bitters I obtained relief, and In Hatch. ,, wood attended fur sale to.at all Meets times.all trains. Stove his pillow, which after much effort, ..........................

'ses''me carrying a large bouquet of bi'ide's a short at time Hed I was Cross entirely Pharmacy cured. Titus-Guaranteed Uncle Allen harden fining his place 11. F.. Hoi/rKK. Tltusvllle.Georgiana. he got hold of, and (fired /five times after "ONLY THE BEST" ZZ

setting out a lawn of St. the burglars had uncalled. It took them
The ville; price :.Vcts.;() Augustine .. ... -- -
maid .
of honor dressed in
was grass, and making other Improvements.A .
thirty minute to the combination
,bite ailk with white roses. :Miss Xlch- ( open Electrical Coods, e :
"non wore white with pink silk and pink young carpenter has arrived at the and complete the job.A :
Conerators ]
ass, Miss Hoke in white with blue Lotus.We home of Contractor A. II. Smith on Sunday Dynamos, ..:

iK and white roses. mornioit. Mother and boy art doIng O. N. Tugo baa been quite III, but Is : Casolene Engines, ... \lI :

At the close of the ceremony the wed- well. Improving slowly.Mr. later; account any that John T. Accetylene Plants .

lag lends' puny' followed by a number .of winds and are plenty having mosquitoes.very heavy rains and Fred Travis' new race bout Is one of and Mra.\ Tierce ware out drivingon Graves. an employee of the Southern : Repairs of Every Des .
proceeded to the Brown House the fastest on the river. Its motive office who stated he scription ,
"here' power Thursday and called! A, L. Express wall bound + e + 4 4
'oonRrattilatlons] were given the G and W. F Ronald returned here Is 20-horne upon
T. .
a power White gasolene ----- _ _ ___
Brnncr and II while!
"'PPy !pair, and the numerous pretty Saturday from a week's stay In FortPierce. engine.Mr. K, Hughe and gagged tho safe wall robbed - n. I

r "entn viewed. II. K. Hughea went to Cocoa on Friday by burglars, hall confessed that he was i THE YONGE & CLINE CO.
The and Mrs Ad.
bride was one of Melbourne's fair.t Lindsay are visiting .
, ; to ship Miss Myrtle( Burchflel her the thief and has given up the money lie ,
It ia with much that Professor Mr. f.'s
daughter, and Is. much loved for her regret parents near 1'alatka this week
to Kausaa.
auty of character and! kindness of Rehbinder cannot: teach here but four Mr. Joe irigga takes his position on the organ Anthony, stole Graves, who Is. about 21 years' of OCALA, FLORIDA. .

Bart, while the groom is recognized as more weeks. Wooten place during his absence. Scuppernong grapes are ripe, and selling age, Implicit. no one, and he Is now In ...N.....................
' must substantial and worthy young Xearly everybody has been indisposedwith Alexander Millar hall completed his I for ftj.llOa: ) bushel. They seem to be jail awaiting the action of the ICran"jury
'* mole cards than usual this
hitb? exemplary of habit and popular a cold, while a good many children addition to his residence has. his water year at the next term of Circuit Court.

tins, host of friends and acquaint. have had sore eyes. tank erected and I has commenced the Dr. C. O. Felgel stopped here a day or He now tae plenty of time to ruminateover
II, They left on the midnight train ereationofa2Oxl2Ofti : greenhouse. Mr. two on his way Tltusvllle and Owons- HEAVEN
I'f5' trip to Ohio. :Miss Ula Geiger gave a musicale to tho fact that "honesty la tho best REVEALED.
Millar will have born Ky.
tier pupils on Saturday afternoon. A a very large quantity of According to his ad. In the "
all kinds of plants for the winter trade. ADVOCATE, he will return to Tltusvlllo' policy.

WU f 1r1 Poor Health for Years. friends "were Invited. We hope J. T. Rembert will succeed In about 2f months. By BENJAMIN FISKE BARRETT.

I Ira W. Kelley,of Mansfield, Pa writes: Hockledge J. X. Chalker tomorrow Is expected(Saturday home), afteran from In making a pineapple plantation on the Mrs. A. f.. Bruner had a birthday Clcanliii and l-reHllluJ..;. 3H.1 pp., B fx7 Inches r Large Type :
was In poor health sand ridge west of K. 1;. Mlms the ir.th; of
I for two years suf. absence of five weeks.If Tne party July One of the finest Fine Cloth. n
'ring from kidney and bladder trouble, oil Is all right on the ridge here to sewing machines In this section of the All work done np-to-date. Call and

ltd pent considerable money consulting the mosquitoes that are here are raise as good fruit as they do further country found its way to her door about see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor For a limited period (this book is
hyslchLoli without obtaining any marked germ-bearers, we would stand a poor south. lie may have to shed the pines that time-a birthday present from her Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. offered

ooetll. but wa" cured h* Koley's KidneyMi0'1 chance, as It is. Impossible to get rid of I like they do hi St. Lucle county. husband. ---.- at trade raees, 50 cents.

' l desire to add; my testimony them. I __.- The) many friends of .F. W. Munajn with enema I pwituve for mailing.IINTENTM. :.
may the
'I1 cause of restoring the -- --
' The ADVOCATE: want a few more sub will be glud fo know that lie
f gaining THE
tller.. Refuse substitutes. 1.1116rOIerty For Yule ANHEUSER BUSCH. (' :: .
.section. Who will be health .
old by Ked scrlbera In this hU : raplitlv during his eta at Mr. ,
Cross Pharmacy TItusvllle. tbe first to have his name added to the and Mrs Alford Hall's, In Iturkevllle; The Origin of Ant'.I.-The! .eiitlftt Nature of

subscription list f Two nice cottage adjoining each VVt'y sayS he "'111 hiring' the time of lloav"". h"ra"t"r: of the AnKeiiTeittlinony|
Take _u _____ other la North Tltunville, wm ?? acre his life" up there Brewing Asso's of fcrl! |>tur ......Tun Hllre Wit to Ifcaven..-fraftl-
Notice tOne of hammock and five acres of rich muck eelTen.iencyofthis, IJI."I".ure--oIIYlrnnnutnC!

of A Touching Htory land suitable for truck farm. lied! lIs"eMlIc6 Chalker, Nina Baldwin Himren, n.l What l ItI,t..riiiln. .n U.-Hoctoty' la
. the hanl'Isomest places MarI and Beth Bruner Famous Bt. I.nul Keg sod Bottl I
[M on river frunt. The larger cottage bo three have taken term of : > Ifenvon.A heaven fcr the Jion-Chrlntlan
l." ". known a* "The Wigwam" la the saving from death of the baby girl sleeping room and a servant' music lesson. from Miss UU fielder at ..l ftmr. Worlcl.--Are Earthly ReI.ttun.hl""ConUollottJ d
; nging to :Mr.( Eva J. Blair of New of Oeo. A. Kvler Cumberland Md. lie room up Lotus. Saturday In
.talr and afternoon the llottvony
.rk *; a parlor sitting I young Meeting ami Kwioicnitlon of
'is room dining friends
, for sale! or rent, furnished. A write: "At the age of 11 month, our room and kitchen below. The ladles with their mothers and several Hold bv Mcinrt.r.A. Loslev and Intncllaraatterlernonar
room adjoining the
i pottage, with launch house little girl WM In declining health with cottage baa two sleeping rooms and- of their friend went to the home of R. L. 1'1 uUow.TUuy/me,ris.My Aniceli.. .ItMJttveu.sneuce<< : and Oruwtlt In H .
"laundry. trouble and two pby.lclansre.ne "-
ail throat
r newly Y1DsiaBlair and serious servant' room In second story And Miss Geiger where they enjoyed a very Mr. R.L. Motlow,Cooos, 1'fa. .n-Jl.I\I..... an'l Iliuno In IftiwettGarment k
aere. almost la
ln Brova 1 ha a her up.Ve were despair,
it 8\ellt\ sitting Loom, dining room and kitchen pleasant mualcale. The young' ladles In If flu veil -Chllilreu Honven.9! >* sad Marriage .
resolved to Ur. King' NewDiscovery ,
several hundred dollars In when we try
below. Large brick each played several piece showing the In H.a".n. .
frog the and cisterns to both JOSEPH ZAPF \\"nrk In Heaven.-Tlio TbrmHiMv
place In for Consumption
perfect repair lay. splendid training they hall received and ,
: oat Adapted for a nice winter "nnanil How ltelue.-Eternall'rolCr..llln
flower beds' new break water : Cold. The first bottle gave: relief; after tbe rapid advancement had
I home. they made. IC
board i 'alk. bottles she cured and la I avfn.-Cmimclatlon of Angeu witl: Men. t'
was ,
that all round the house taking four Apply to OBO.: M. HOBBIES. Delicious refreshments were served at Sole Agent. .
ill aDY one wanting a lovely' winter DOW In perfect health. Never /all. to the closa of the entertainment. Miss ADDRESS

'Fsar( 'round home will do wel I to relieve and cure a cough or cold. At Titnsville Fla Geiger and her sister also played some 610 to 620 West Bay Street ... t.
Ubi. article out for fereDce. Red Cross Pharmacy. Tltmvllle; :Acts very fine and difficult which added THE NUNC LICET PRESS.

..., j.. W. BLAIR, Merrltt, Fl.. and 91 guaranteed. Trial bottle free. JOB PRINTING don at this office. much to the pleasure piece of all., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 110--. 42 WEST COULTER STREET




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; r: I while a pint receiving lime at the rat r- { ,r East -

I r f To Raise Oranges at a Profit of one ton per ,there and tho need treated Florida Coast Railway

look: to your fertilizer. To produce with fornmllii was freest from dls. Ls'1.4 ,

]' satisfactory results, it must contain ease. As this. 1 Is n .soil. fungus, rotation

I I ti"' not less than 10 percent, of actualPotash' of crops should bo' urged t Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 1L' 1905;

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iRi I -- -uPNo .........

i The value of Potash for is DillY" Dally. Dally Dally
oranges ,for borers! hi the fruit trees. '
an established fact Our pamphlet 8 i OOp o 40 a Lv ___..JarkRonvllln.... ........,. Ar 711opi 860-;
j'' on orange-growing contains authoritative Keep: the grass out of tho strawberrles. 0 07 p 8 485 .. _.___80. Jack eonvllle..........,. Lv 82i 8 42 "
ti U l> 10 65 __ St. AUII'u"tlne __......... n B 80 |i' 'I 4Uri ) ,
informationit 06op uaaa! .. __...... ....t'ng....,.?__ 4 esp 1119..
V i III free upon I'rlvct is> valuable for hedges In I 7 lop 11 80 a. .. '......._..Kiut, Palntka. ............? .. 4 Sip 6 28...

request. Houtlicrn Florliln! '' find TeXas "7 nip: 11 lap Ar __?._.Piilntka .....?........... Lv 4 10 p "6 00 it
r'oi' good climbing unnunlH try CobueascnniUiiH. 00 6 41 p 11 85 a LT ..........,,.,._.Pnlut ka .....,.._......,. Ar 9 OOp e .v n
/ moon Ilower and Japanese C"pp! oop Ar ................Sun" Byn..>o................. L. io -. -nn
Pw morning (lory.; T3 2 10 p Bale LY ................Han: Jtjutno................. Ar 8:1J: I' 4' SO n t....
- -
South of St. Louis and. ItlchmondVii. C 7 no p 11 HI p Lv ,.,._....._....N "011'''_......__.._.. Lv 3 ft P 110C' :;
w : '111111,1'.1| 47 p .. ...M..M.1I'.nl..II..M..M_ .. a 44 p 8J6 1
Hi-riiiiuta tint! n
OERNIN KALI % grass/ St..tugustlue) rtO 8 1(1( V It 81 p .,.. ........_.._..i'U|>Ont..M_ .. 8 7"I/ 'l9 a ....
y gl'IMII11'/ / 1'1111'11.r"II..1. upon for hewn N 41 p 12' p M..M..M..Orrnnllol....._.??_.. .. 8 10 I'| snow
' 11111,111,1llthol'Jh' It 1 Is said, tbut alfalfa CN H 63 I' 1 81)\ p .. ...._......... D ay tona .....,?....?.... ., 8 00 p 4 .S _
1 11 I New York 9 m 9 Ok I'| 1 tip .. ..........?. Port Orafifi" ...._..... !2 (top 4 1 7P. bW
his: lici'ii, used with good rpxults! In 11 u as i p 1115 p Ar ....._..M..Ne" Huiyrnu.........?? aaop "j" .

1 ,n.u r r some' plnrCH .C 10 ;t a 1\ 44 p Ar _........_*. Lake Helen .............. LT 19"f5j p 6 l8 ,
I'' AII.n'. .,. .;. C'lilllviite I around the plum trees = lOSIaID 3 B5p ..._...._._Orango ClOY .._..?? .. U 83 p G1/ .
4. ; .,.llroad SI. 2"B. 45 a 4 OOpa .......Orunno CUT Junction....... .. 11 80 1. 5 '51'' t
f They;\ "require" even more water tliuii - - O

i t4 the peach| nod' frequent I shiitlow mill. tY Eo- D Sip 21 p Lv.. _. ._..M...}!"" Smyrna..._._ Lv 2 20 P 6 05 a
1{ 1O 00 p 2 nip .....M..O..klllll..M..M.. 11161' 839n .
M t t"I 1 -- -"'- ----""'" \'IIt1nll t ivlll help tr> ret n In soil nioNtiire. e lOSJp a sop Ar ....._...........tuaTlllo...._..._. ., 1 161' 8 Oil tII,
. Tri-Wcokly Sailings . o -- M -
A HANDY HAYRACK. 9 00 a........... Ar..._....' ",?Hatifnnt...__.._.._LTllob 10 OO a 10 00 1 ii t 0
._ To Cure a Cold in One Day ........._ 10 00 u LT .._M.M..8."C"r. <1.... .M........ Ar ........... 9 00 3

i}t,, I A Strong oiilMmitloM- isnrks 1......fulI Take LAXATIVE iHOMO QUININK) Tab BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. .C'I.:. -1 1089 p -311 P Lv __?....?.'l.1t",110 ...__. L. -1 18p -1 or--- y

For 9nrlnaa Purpneraak lets DniRglHts/; refund tho money If It 11 lal' 4 Offp .. ___. (krona .?_..._ .. 12 34 p 2 1:1: .,
I at Charleston S. C. both U 11 29 p 4 lap __ ...Rnklmigo.' I ._..__ .. I'30p 2 Ii ,
k The coiiililnntlon Im.vnirU "shown In falls to cure. K.V.. Grove's signature Calling ways) 11 Gil p 4 49 p .. __"'?...EnuIalIe.,. _.__ .. 11 58. 1 fI 1 _b.
IQ 11 05 a 4 11'1' ___....Afllibnurn._____.. .. 11 4x a I 114 ,
1 h : tho first Illustration 1 I N a convenient la each box. 2."ic.; Had Cross Pharmacy The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe c 1C' 195111187p _?_..?...,l,+a..Unn.,..._ .. 110..IJ 111 1 ::
one. TT nrt. I"nil, |,ipn>M fir JlIIII! 01' othpr 1 89 a 6 SOp\ ... .'_M''_' "t. L"'.III..M..M_._ .. 10 __a H OUj, en
1 55 a 6 41 p __..._.J'IIrt P I"M" _'_ 10 118 a 11 if I'> N
Straight! Kralncil I llKlit wand, fonvtrcn< orelltccn Clyde New England and Southern Lines. 4> !9 18 a ToBp .. __MbbaIM..M., .. I)3oa111 -'21 I '0
+ BUCKEYE REDS. 2 23 a T 12 p" _._._.__. ),:'. ......... ..... .. 9 20 a 11 1 18 1- :
i : ty foot In length I'lllhtl1'IP'/ Direct Service Between !1 'M a T IT p728p .. __ ......Jenen............._.. .. g P" 11 ,,8 I b
J vide anti. thl'Pf' Inches thli'lc; If of rm!< --- 53ca t SB a .. ?..__.?......slit, rt................ ." 11 +oc I :Z
t I t Ik A sew lri'pil. of 1'ottlii. Snlctl tn llnvoOrlKltuKol Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points y 08 a T ww IFS _.....?? Hound ............... .. 8 fll",1", fit.:" I 1 i.
*+1 1p p .or other hard, wood, two and ono-liaif In <>lili. .4h S7a SUp M.WeKtJupH'.r..M. .. N2aOL'; >
p If'! ,* ; > (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) 4 04a 8 61 P .. ..__Woat Palm De CI1.'"'''M' '' T"T} 14 I I ,
3, d ctr ladies! tlik'lc will KVI! sullk'kilt 1111111dllg to linpro\e' them (Barred SEML: WEEILY 8AIUNH8:< -- 4 83 a 1I18p ,.. __ .........Boj.nton .........,.._. .. ': D I is ,, )

": J strength I'onr rrnsspirrra" It, of Ilocksi', we croHHed them with Huff Southbound.. .. .... . . .. ... .. . . . .-. .. . . .. .. .. .... . :.... .from I.ewl. Wb..rr.1I0Kt.on. i '=:..: 4 43 a 0 28 p .,. M.......... F..i.LanderUaie.Delriiy. ,.......?.. .... T1Ua II ""K, I' .rr
+ hard wooil nil, Incliegthick Iortlil>ounci. . ..... . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . ... . . from foot of Catherine Street, JecksonvlllepLe 68ia1o21p .. __..... ......... .. eio a M m
ono n oiii'-qiinrtcr Cochins then used what we supposedwere 8 46 a 10 30 p .. __....... Dante ................ : I.II I.
------ OH a''10 41 p _........ Hnllandnln,............... .. ''4
1 and nl.Ilichrn" wide, lire nio.'l: Iced pure ISIac-k Breasted Hcil, (lames. 8 21 a 11 117 p .. ............ Lemon C'lty ....?....... .. 5 34 1\1"-7 UI I
IR ,t4' antI flmily HI-CIII-CI! to the bed' pl""II.| with 1 them. As purl' of. these' gurnet, Clyde St. River Line. 'e 31 a -1119_pa Ar ...._ ............Miami.................. LT 21 *t'' i

had yellow legs mid pea' combs we ( ) .. .) Dally bnlh

:' I fl'c'IIIUI'I' that hud been mixed BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8ANFOHD.Ktopplnl Ex. A HOMESTEAD EXTENSION dllin.
gg J now they Bun. I
d i9 ( at Palatka. Attor St. Francis ItoroHfonl l (teLAnd), intermediate land- -'
with tho Cornish( Iiullun ( :lame lirforo InKS on the He.John's Klvur, 64614.......... LT ....... ....... Mlntnl ._.......... Ar. ....... It 0 ,
t t we gut' them mild here Is where we got STEAMERS "CITY OF JACISOXVII.I.I: I UOa......... Ar ...... ........_Uomoeterul.,..,,.......... L.. ...........' IS v. ,,

xp 6h the )icii comb. This\ nil.xup pi'iMliuida I -
I ld k Is appottuedtoeull5followe, : Leave JuckxnnvlIIaHatnrdnyeTlmsdsyxxndTlmredaya, '" -
} -a y bird or two I'pelll.... foxes, with yellowlegs at 3:30: I), in. KetlirnliiK leave Hanforil Mondays. \\eiliieBclajn N. 21 No. 18 Nn. 17, No. 15 7: 2i
I Mn 1DSonda21 IDa
mid >/'ruinss nruj: a. 101.SUII 231"0' Sunday.Sunday) Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. it| ]1.. |,
I I. und I coucehed the Idea of raising I I Only. I Only. I Ex Sun' Daily n. ') E.S,. I
th-IInn,"I >iort1 l fen : _
t, J;; a w hnln Hock llko them. Hell'l dowii SCHEUCLE1 !:. ----I-i 1I.a,1, "I"IoH.ve a OOoxp 1'11 41 p! 2 00 .I 9 30 dual Lv. ?.......J..k on'lIIe......... Ar' i4 no II' 'a cio r rH Slip
As hiyers tho Ituckeyu Ileds! are slmly ---3 ,::10 I', m. . . . .. .. . .. .. J.rkKonvlll" . . . ... .. 2 oi a.m. II fl 8 I f" 2 (IK | 9 !IH I al" I'K.. Ar ......!In. Jn.'kv.nrlllo...... Lv 'j'ju 16! i I tl y
IAlH.Ve S4I.m., .... ... .. . . . .. . . .l.ulnlkn. . .. .. . .. .. .. . SOO 11. to 64" p[ 724 1,211 I I p 10 10 30\ ..........P..bln.b'aeh. ......... .. 7 BO aril -JO i iT 4m/
12 (11 MDIYrflrN II A VUAC'''. |> peerless. lent I or cold has no terrors Leave 3 ''HI ft.. D1. .. . . .. .. . . . . . . AMtor .. . . . ... .. .. . .. Leave 'J 3f 1'. tit. e41' 1 :W p1 2 41 p 10 18. 44 .al" ..... Atlantiu 1,.oar.h........ .. fl.11 11 i
d ,I Id for them, as their small combs do Leave 4 ao a. m. .... . . . . . . St Francis . . .. .. . . . .. .. Leave. 2 fH'' I', m T 00 |p 7 f'I, DO p 10 uo a in tM) ,........... Mnvyart ..,......... .. 7 SO ,a 1 II OO .. I t 'Up
., 1 r rhlll l'Olllltllllll'lI Ilio frniin or iuiiiln- not suffer from frost. have Leave . . .. . .. .. ..I'er..lnr.1 (oel.5nd. l) . . . . .. . ... .I.ave\ 1 (00 1". m.
They n I Arrive SaOa.! m. .. .. .. . . .. .. . . . Sanford, .. .. .. . .. . .. ......ve 03I1a.lu.
$ 9' "+' tlon nnil In MIOWH. | In the "c''ullel, cut. I Arrive tOAUaii: ... .. .. .. .. . .. ..... ... ..nl.rl'rhle. .. ... .. ..... . ,: .. ... ."..leave III (HI a. m.Cen'l PENINSULAR: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAHSII'P CONNECTIONS AT M1A.1L,.
It H UHIH! Hi'iinruti'lj' to I. .
t' ( ,.: .. ": ,c ;" '! Passenger and TIcket Office, I 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
i : :
% w Iiaul rnllM. buiiivN! stones, iiinniirc, olc.? -t.: : : .P .
--- -- Close Connection Made at .Miami' with
Steamships of the P. & O. S. S Comnam FillHAVANA. I
and, la. n ronvi-iilrnt, "$Irnng: nml liandy( .IC.wtROYH/NIERexAeetmenPass. Ant. U2 We.tHaySt.JaokennvtaeFla. -
W. O. COOPEItJr., Loral,,. Krt.Apt. JarkHcmvtllo 0.1', LOVE1.I., mipurlntaiiileiit Jauknonvlllerout .
fir tli4inrniMi>. In tin *
arrangement | | Hoenn St., JavkHonvllln, Fla." AND t< EY.VE'\ T.IhoMO
+ i1, ,wl tf first cut U xliiMvii tin 1'1101111( 'oin- A. C. HAOERTY rton'l .:.....t'n 1'...... Att.| New; York ri.YHB MIIX.n.!': Frt. Aitt., New York .
r 1q of which Its four iTonnpliM't'M" or THKO.': (. tOI'It.': General Manairvr. WBt. !' CI.YUK A '<>., Oennral AenU.ClieitDhroUKU |: .
pleto, IHill.linic. 19 State St., Opposite lluttery Park New York.
ry arms, 1*, nri 1 seven thud oii<*-lntlf\ feet Tlmo Tabloa show the times at which train. may hoevp"e tsd' to arrive. m
1 + O. WAI/COX.. Agent'I'ItRVvillc Tlrt. from tin Btvi>ral
r etutlnnH. bat their arrl\nl or tliipiii turn at the tiiniMt rtutoil la i d
{ t' I'N' In length, five inolios wlilo nml two --_.--- - -_. -- - - - '--- nor la thla Company to bo hold rosponslbk)tor any dDlayiior.any cons.Hiuuncut- 'a
'r and ona-tiulf. Inrlics! thick q, I -- --- -- -

If ,1.. lgnl'l, for n "M-rtlnnnl rlsKluK" For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CAUD or Other Information

I, + tit and to prevent side niovcinont n half "
Inch groove: lit rut Into the 1 lawcr idea 1I R'y.

i a frls of tho cross nrniK V, HO that they fit J. t). RAHNER. A.st. Oen'l Paas. Agt.. ST. AUGUSTINE

+ I I 1 closely upon the bed jiloci'M. To prevent
from Florida. Conch Excursion tickets Effective June 3 100.1.; The schedule for the (I'.i.nIIomeBteiul and
I Ia a forwnril or hnt-kwurd\ more .h I( ,. The Great Through Car Line figure; <
; k went eight strong Iron hooku are attached ou sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November Extension us shown on above fime-table, ]has been changed ul"llIooal

t by stnploH to the nIilt'H.. of tho trains being put Into service between Jacksonville and :Mayport, and tin wriM |

T cross drain. and wlion ,,In'I'll upon the TO Till: KAST. between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day each way entlnSouthern

ti bed pieces are rwullly hookcil Into the rails to :Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington thence
Over own : Miami 8 a. m., and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m., arriving Miami ) 'co"' n,
f t staploa, A. Thun arruiiKed one innn via the I'enDsylvllnl1Hllilr'oad..
For correct I schedule see any Agent of the F. E. C. Hy., or for pocke' 'in* |
T can easily plno the rigging upon( or

;,, take It from the wueon/. ; or, !If desired, ---- TO TII1J 'VI'=ST. card address the A. G. 1'. A.

fasten all LoulHvlllo A Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio It. H.J .. .
1 bolts may l><> used to together A JIUCKEV1J 11ED. The ------ -- -- ---- -

by piisslnK them through: the
long lio ly from tho wishbone back
' rrosH. armt! ami l bell, plortw. There H not upon TO THIS EAST VIA STI3A3ISIIIP.:
which to plenty of IDOII t. They Railway
} )k lit 23 cents tHirwcnco In tho expenso. aro not conrso curry.. or bony yet males Via Savannah: anil Ocean Steamship Company for Now York, Philadelphia, Dos
Standards I>. ran bo either Btntloii-! ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Haiti more. Via Savannah
d weigh from nine to ten pounds and
ary or hlnuixl/ so im to ho quickly lowered and Merchants' aodllllners' Tianspnrttaion Company for Baltimore
i females from fire to seven. and Philadelphia EFFECTIVE MAY :.1M. 10O3.
ralsetl or ri(>inovf<.l liy a small
They have the rich' yellow skin und
bolt, aa eUown at Y. Tho standard" Two Vestibule Trains. "aet. No,341 I Na20 NOUTII AND WEST '....LIv
legs HO dear to the American epicure( :s'r ANI JlA YAN'A.
dhoiild bo six: mid one-half feet high nnd the skin thick aunt TO : Jaekaunv111o. . . ... . Solty 0 bit. 7 MV LvJeekeunvdle Flu, ... )i4r\ II 1 4Y
'1'' ''I and qulto strong! to withstand tho is not tough/: Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. I.v .1..lIp..... . .. .. .. . .. .. I14nn. 1114"p Lv."P.1\ . . .... . . I 113 I
ns In soiuo yellow skinned fowls." --- --- --.- ---- -- --- IvK..vannab.. .. . ... . .. .. .. it I top 19 Its. Arlll..onn.CI.. .... . .. . . . iii
1r pressure of taw load 114 well as to HIMVOas They vigorous from tho shell alert Ar ('nlambla. . . ... . . " II Asp N cIa, Ar Atlantad' Qa. . . .. . . .. 3t
a ladder. Tho board> X, should b0I11'iJIi > are /: Connection Made Jacksonville for all.PointsTICICUTM. : Ar Charlotte.. . . ... .. . " IU asp! 011I'.. Ar ltome. (in. .. . . ;"'
and puny' though/: not inclined to tight/: Ar Greenhorn ... . .. .. .. . .. I Cis. 12 1111' Ar.iltnn.04.. .. .. . .
theniMchos" :Mrs F. :Mot- ArUanvlll" ... .... .. .. .. t :.121.. :2 lap Arh..tllm""KI\.Tonll.; . tn I
among/ says
calf of Ohio American NILiAOi: : '.Rla."I.." ... ... .. .. . a -6 \ -H- I) Ar 1lnltnll.: Ky .. . . . . IIr J-
i Agriculturist \r ('Inoinnetl. II ... .. .
f ? in which a lluckcye Ked of Ideal I Interchangeable mileage\ tickets Rood over 13,000 miles of unions the princl Ar LvnahGnrg C'hllrlllU..O\.l1Ie.. .::..=. ,:.:.:.Oi'"" "is 6 1"1\,, T211p H lot .vl'InchmaO' (l... . . .'ij I ..I F' I'

shape 1 is, illustrated. The surface colorof pal railroads In the southern states, are on sale by tho principal agents. WIIHhh'Jtllll . .. . ... " 1111I11\ 0 asp rCblcllg..lIl . .... . .._ I.
reservations Information apply to agents or tho A. C. I or write Ar naltmore., ... .. .... " II 3ns 11 2M1o I.VOllclllllatl.O. ... .. .. 1'-', I '
tho limit l.s dark rich
I n velvety rot For *, 'la.
Ar We.t i'hdudelphla.. . .. . " 1 4Ap 113 \rChlc..JI.III.: .. .. . .
I FRAME: Or BKD PIECES.of : npproachlujj( cardinal or /garnet: never FRANK C. JlOYr.STOV, Dist Pass Agt./ W. 1). S'rhitic, Trav.. Puss., Agt. At. _New__ lark .. . .. .-" 4 1.11' II idea: iN Cinulnnntl. 0.--: : : C" II I !t

#, lj the same length ns tho bed piece !butt l or brlcky, head. neck, hackle, i)8:) West Hay St., Astor nuildinjr, JACKSON\:. ILLS, FLA.II. --" Arl'blm.lo.I\1.\ ... ... .. .. . AI.No.t4"New .
%( and one Inch thick alit, six Inches Wide, luiclt, sadulo and wlnKbows rlclilygloRMcd M. EMKRbON': Trafllo Manager W. J. CRAIG Oen'l. Pass. Agent.VII.MIXOTON. Dsilyyhdlmnnnrawing York And ItootnSle.ptngCarPort Florida Erprra: + LvCnci-n; . n. .. . . 'Ill 4'1'Tuntpaand ''
l I' .. .... .. .
: N. C. Tnl..lo
of straight grnllu..ll1/1ht: wood. Woodu with metalllo luster under color Jack ntlvtlle tn New York
i1 I l A Ietrn1t.II.lIch. ... .. .... "
(,- pins or stakes N, are lusertol ns lighter shado. .- -- - -- -. -- -- .Xu.31-.W..hlotton 1'lIlhn&1I raW'DIt! and Ullom Florida Sleeping Limited"lkdly Car Tv'uelnnatl,0.: ... . . 1", ''e'eJat'kemlvdle .'

shown nml should bo only slightly,: to New y..rk. Ar Pitr.hnrg. l a.= . .
; I sharpened. Should\ tilt hind wheelsproject -.- EiJ8.A.Ji3 cr1 :J:) ----- l.v.Jlloonnatl.n.. .. . lit. I ( ,
; (1.....* Ititot lrufilnw.The . 'Z..JL fID. ..
( n
i nbovo the boards, X, brldffo Throllgh "TilE LAND: OF TILE flKY" No. 30 !:.. .. ; .
Htrlngfellow: / methoils of close Lv l.xin.tea Ky. . "I I
J ( over them nu' shown at S. \Vnth withjietrohMini LINE RAILWAY.FOR I.v.r..k.'vlll". ila.. ... . . . ....fI..Ry 7 1M"", Ar1A111levllle K Y. .. .. . . ,
and keep under shelter when )pruning and planting! tr.Vn" originally l. AIR T.v l\vllllOah. din. .. .. .... .... . . . : f21AU: ArSt.l.onln, Me.. '
used on the pencil' and tho pear.It ArColnniblaS.C . .. .. ... .... .. : :: 61101ArAnnl"on.-. A- ...: . ...
'j # not In use.-Country Oeutlonmn.The IN Ar A.h..vll1e.N.C1.,.. .. .. .. . . . .. 11\11(1( Arlllrmlntl'h.m.AI... 1"'. I
now reported tint It Is bchitf tried --, Artist Spring.: .X. C...... ... . .. " ::18":1' ArMemplu..I"nn. ,:. .. .. t
it with npp'irciit' siU'ceMH 011 colTee treesIn nox..llle.1'enn.. . . . .... ... .. 8001' Ar..<..".Wll'lty.lIlo.. .nr@C ..I
1 ('ewpen. T.ni/ll.:: SAVANNAH:: : (t'OLUMIUA CAMDEN\ SOUTlIJ<:H-.II'DIES.:. RICHMOND, Ar l..n KVII1"I:: :: : AlempbleTeun.- -. . :. . . eAt

f $ The preparation of soil for cowpens! WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHtLADET-PniA NEW YORK, A ; ,, :: :::: : :::: 11111"/ lint Spring.Ark" . .. .. .. -p
,..dl'lt'11l111I't)1l tho season nt which they P' I IJnlfet
t I II+
Nn.114-"The: Finrlda 1.lmlt'
', are planted. If planted early In the 1\0. lIO--lIl\lIy Plillman Urawlnlr Ronm' and '
\ \ ,
vestibule rune
THE I through day
I GARDEN KCYBOARD fllt''I'lnJl: Ca.r: bl"we.n Jacksonville and tr"\ .a,
spring/ and It Is desired that they I . Two Elegant Trains Dally . l'lnclnn..tI. than 1\1"01'10., Care J""klQnvlllf [h 1
should occupy tho land tho entire miniiner No.13-Pullman! Drawing lnlntiExcelieut "'I'Kanxue .
Plant sweet potatoes-draws or vines! hntween Ju kennv111.. klrlninghe
tho soil should ho well preparedand Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Dining Car Service Clfy and Colorado "'Irlll" _
-In the ground" Hint Is cleiireil of early ,
fertilized with 'OO to 400 pounds 01'aclel

\phosphate and 10O to :Oil pounds mops AIUU"ALIT! JACKSONVILI.K.

I hnlult per ncre. If planted In corn Front1lailmigtmu( southward tomato MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.: From New- York, Washington, etc :No. M, "Waxlilnetnii and Florida. Limited

;I they may bo planted In thin aiding fur. seeds mny lie pl.uitod. In the open( at From New York, VaDlilnetiin. eto-No.SJ;; "WaliinRtoa and Florida Express|
tho Hiune time as beiins-\\hen frosts Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleanc. From Cincinnati A Asheville eta No<
rows late In tin season and covered In ONLY LINE Operating Dally 28, "WaHhington and Florida. LliniteU'

i ;I the operation of cultivating': the middies nn 1)III.t.: From Chicago Cincinnati, Atlanta, eto. No.. 14, Florida. Limited".. . .

o or they 111ho t sowed broadcast The I'l'tllllhl1r'wII/: rapidly and readily For) full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

f before the lust cultivation and worked from seeds I sown In the open about Seaboard\ or writeA. OT. O. DL.TJJS33L; ,, Dlst. Pnss. Agt.,

i In. It sowed litter grain the most economical corn plantlni time. 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville f'

f ( method Is to MOW the lens OU A Little 1'I.int List.-Tall fotlaco SIACDONKI.U: :. : .. Awt. Oen. l'Ollot. Agt. S. C. IIOYLSTON,1'inns.: Agt.;

II tho stubble and cross disk. them In. I plant:.*: Pastor \beau caladium I'll IIflIt. JACKSONVILLE, Ff.OIUD.FOLEY'S .\. S. lit RDWICK, P. T. M'axhlniiton. I). C.V.. 11. TAYLOR. O. I'. A. \\'Pllt..

{ liavo harvested ns good: crops of tiny\ Tull flaw erltig! pliintst'osmUs.: scarlet HROOK3 )MORGAN A. O. P. A. Atlanta. Oa.

r' after the later method as when the 1111......', "IIIII1>JWI" '. llorder plantsh, : I : .. -
land wan 1'lowPt.1.-II. Benton South ternnutherti II IJ'"''11I11. uiteratnui.

I' Carolina.t'odiln. ,

te blight of Illlitht the, potato In Florliln.I. 1 U nttrnetlnjt. coleiis.SUPPORT KIDNEY CUREWill l
Cards and Invitations
r much attention In Klorldn aunt U bolleved Visiting

I t : to harp: lu'ou Intro l
1 Jlotn te"'R. H. II llunio miji: >"M fur curo any caso of Kidneyor TRADE MARKS

} '? its control thi exorcNe'.. of care In .securing Bladder disease' that is not COPYRIGHTS DeSIGNS Ac.

}, .need patiUoiM, thud thorough beyond the reach of medicine.GIVEN Anyone lending a ak.,.... and "_Intlnn oieyqilloklT
SCOTT'S EMULSION .crvt u abridge n..'ertmn. our .Dm.n, free ..h,t".' an
with lioidonux mixture five
spraying ,
UPTO DIE.T Invention le probably piueninblfi. Commnnln
1 or six upillrMtiiif:, to bo given. Mr.IlnitK to carry tile wukcned and B.8pl ..I\ 9H:! N. \' ETunirlH"*, thin..tmcOconndetld.. . HANDBOOK f>n PMvnu.
1 teSt. eent frets tade.t| nii iioy( fur ne4 .
also t'mH! ? the rhlzix'ton! iNeiiso starved system along until It can find ..riM" 'Fi>rorfoar .< tToublatt I'alenu taken tbmuilt: .Munn :A Co.. receive -PRIN'TED AT-
( with kidney and blad : very pri'ViUnit.' : In experlnu'Uti: firm support In ordinary food. ... aa.b..to. 1 Tbre.phydelaosfaned
hill, to help w.e.inn ap to die.' FolejrKidnef Scientific Rm ritan.A
eonihnt'n: ill dlcenio he
t t I Sand for kes _pie. I Cora was reiMiininendeil and th. flrtk .
d' found that tj! .' Io..t) t .\'11,1."PI'p, ohr bottle rATe me vreal relief anti after %*'kin4 la* h.ndsme.ly llhmtnit4Hl .._III,'. tersest.....
SCOTT A BOW.NE, Chemlo. .eauuii bottle I wml..tir.tysorest." ",I."n of mnr .mnufla } urnl1.'... 1t.m'Nrf -& a
tattled! wher tho |I' Lit 1('. hud' been .>:x.pnxeil 4B9-4IS I'...rl Sir*.!, New Ve*.. month*, IU by.Ul ti.wHl.al'Branca ..
I 111'' tn the J I'hdlt: mill i''r: until: they ...... an4 |i.oo I aU cInIqIo. Two Sl... SO Cent and f 1.00 : & Co 'e:: New York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

lH>mnit' > gt1Te; K'tH'n: an.I then pliinteil. Red Cross Pharmacy 0""' <35 V (U\Y..ln....'.....IX L



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LAST!: COAST ADVOCATE, AUGU 'l' 4. 1905. l'

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JACKSONVILLE. ,"('-," he said cordially, his eyes' twin

kling. "I hoped some woman would rraE: _
I Thanks io "thePosiman sonic day. You see, I have been *o \7.

WESTMORELAND HOTEL \Vest Day and Cedar Streets busy I rather neglected It."

j'; JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Melissa /gasped with astonishment.
""'h,) said: anything about my mar
American plan. Centrally located.: Just built and open. eying you ," she finally managed to

.: Fine cooking and. TROY ALLISON say. !her eyes round with surprise.lie .
ed thi season. Rood l table. Hot and Cold Water By
took her note from his Insidepocket

Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All CopyrlKlit. lllVi.( by T. I" McClure t, *adjusted his eyeglasses/ und<1 GT
looked tit It carefully
-eet cars pass the door. U.itos, *:i.v to $2.50: per day. "I 1 certainly hope 1 have not beenmlstiikiMk"

Xrs. ,\. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Melissa chewed her pen HtuflC In pre h(* wild' handing It to her.
iuUHl IIIl'aUtatlon'nllt1 kept one eye 01 Two large/ tears rolled down her

Dicky Johnston.Dicky cheek "t don't know how on 1'1I1'lh-1
The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. had shown signs of wandering thought,. this was upstairs In my writing ,
away from the fold und must be bl'ollgbtbnck. pad." Mlle mild 1111 is('rabiy. "It was .6. CK:LE
-On the American and European' PlanI It was decidedly against/ : Mellasn's Jw"t n joke to louse DIcKy. I-lII. Iso .
I odor new mai.igemfiut. Xewlv 'I1rnlhhcIIIIUI renovated. A pleasant creed to allow another girl to receive IIOMT was "' ashamed. Iu my whole
r.Lmlly home. Rates: American Plan, :i\,1I1I\: ) and $! 50; European, :.Wets even nu iota of admiration tl'omone life!" she Maid, dropping Into a big) library
and up. All cars form Unlou Station stop at the door.IL .
of hor coterie. hair and hiding/ her face' againstits
W. HANCOCK: Proprietor. There' was u girl belonging to the' back.IK .
Me beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at ("Sieeu Cove Kpilngs Is under the house, )party, a blond, Melissa" thought > walked behind the chair and. ELOCK: :
same' management. contemptuously, who had received entirely leaning on It. looked down smilingly/ _

too much attention from Dicky. : upon the brown head that rose and fell

Therefore ho must lie disciplined) with each i..
Hotel Windle FLORIDA.
New Ills lesson must lie decided nt ouoe uui 1 "I 1 know tliojV! was some Und of jollttconll..t,1
10 East
Forsyth Street. to the i'..Il1t. Having decided 1 upon) this!, with It, child," he salt soolli-

Center of City; cool, airy looms; first-clans In all appointments. The best Melissa gave her pen one conclusive hijurlj. "'fl...."" was obliged to be some
nibble / about the fact that a girl!
JoUe your
14; to $2.."'() American plan house In the city. Open all the and labor. It wilvl
Europeanplan it R.we..1010\
year. age would clreum of marrying an old I Is n new and gioat Invention, im money

$1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, :Near man like to.." work horizontally, upside down or\ at any angle.); It Is. Impossible for the roper

all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH: "I don't! think you nl'e-I.1." came In lie.
Prop. to slip when locked, mid no lever or tiller rope attachment In used In this
inutllcd tones from tho padded! buck of
the hair vice. There U only one rope to hoist, lower. mid look the load( and ,It Is Impossible

SI:AnHI':mf.I':, FLOKIOA.BON "1 knew it was a Joke" ho resumed for the rope to Jam or chafe, and there IH nothing to get out of ordea-
"but It ,'el11f..II'IIt1l'r-l'h'lu'lIl1t. Somehow .
In this original tackle block
I h'allill' irresistible desire to'collie
AIR CABIN ami "l'O'h)' you did it." May ho IIUl'lillt Jnmes Piltchaid iV :hon's or nt the ADVOCATE ortlce, Tltuavlllo.

Melissa's face was still I1hl "I wouldn't have you feel l inortllled I ,
about It for the world" leaning over I,
until his lips[ loin bed a "stray tendril
One block from the Ocean and Clai-eidon.
Large airy hurriedI o( her hair that shone red brown on
Hooins. Good Table Reasonable Kates by the D.\y, the Mack leather chair back. "I amfwlco

Week" or Month. Dinner flOc, ; lironkfast or Tea, 30a:. as old as you, little girl, but I ant i532 9?

S. S. JONES, Proprietor. young enough to understand' a Joke. .
Do r11111 right about It now?"
------- -------- you /
Tin' brown head nodded In a comforied -

THE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA:; (Bllytona ". !manner.Am yet: :Melissa. can't help realising \ ''ff iU 1ii L .

;;) O'lorl, ,
I HOC a Joke. It there ever comes a icy ,
The only Hotel on Daytona peach Open the Entlie Year. when\ you could I I possibly, mean It, won't t

you send It lnuLV"The

It "II, home-like hotel at a reasonable price. Electric lights and all modem ilguro; was us "xtlll as the chair THIS .SUOW.5 ,.,
that held. It, and Uartly sighed us: he FRONT
'unveuiences. Sea food a specialty. First-class livery In connection with the I THE ,'
turned l off."V'ver h
:motel Hates $2.00 per day and upward Special weekly and by the season. Ten 111111<1. Of course. you could OF THE ,

I ilgli grade furnished cottages on the bench in connection Ith the Hotel. Special nut. I'll Hay gooilby\, now and catch the WALTONPAT..BLOCK I' THESE ARE OUR t

(attention given to traveling men's comfort. \.i o'clock train for town. Won't you
shake hinds to show wo understand.. C PATENT LONG- .,

H. J. HOLT, Propiletor.OLI ouch, other'McllsHii ?" ROLLER BEARING
"I: KNOW IT WAS A JOKE ITB: 11E8UMED.ly. held ,
blindly out a wacriiigliunij
As there happened to be no one in Hint ho gripped his big uric SHEAVES.

) SIAUUIIXI: : ':, GOOUALL, ILA.f the library at the time except Dicky Ills expression. changed with light /
and herself, his attention was soon attracted aim rapidity, fur there' could he no .'
by the aggressive' scratching of doubt uliout It the girl& had gentlyliresed t ,
her pen. Mr I i . Into his palm tn! note that had 1t."A", .."') .,.;",,;

The f Seaside Inn DAYTONA: BEACH, FLA. "Why don't you stop and amuse u beau concealed In her baud "",," t'' .. :I;, ."
fellow?" he urged. "What ure you "Melissa, ho exclulined unbelievingly : '"';'''' !, \' :
writing?" I seating himself upon) the arm of the \ ...' ;' '
Is now open for the summer Reason under the management of the owner, "Oh, Just writing" she replied airily, big i; clue I r.Prepared. ; ,: ,
HORACE F. STEWART. handsome and new, situated on I>ayt"na her tone Insinuating that there weresubjects ---
Beach, the hotel is modern In all its appointments, with large/ airy, pleasant beyond his comprehension."To For liairraenele..
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Koating's Casino and
The surf bathing is unexcelled. Terms moderate. Pier. u man?" he asked sulkily."A A well to do Kentucky: farmer once
"A \ charming wan," she assured Invited un acquaintance from a neighboring -
HORACE F. STEWAKT Owner and i ir
him impressively' "It's rather an Im town to dine with him. The
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TITUSVILLhI---------- portant communication she contin- recipient of this courtesy was a man j) lL 5..
ued. "I wish you would look over thin well known In that region for his general -
page/ and neo If It Is too ntllted." cranklneHH and 1 his propensity to

THE ALPINE COTTAGE lucky took it up with relieved alacrity use Lilt gun at tho 1f'lllIt'Ic"'IH' of
TITUSVILLK, :FLORIDA.Now but his face lengthened visibly in what ho coimldered an affront. Thu

opened. Everything at this boarding-house Is new and up-to-date,, he read: farmer, well auuro of the touch lti'ss
nisi no and service first-class, with reasonable rates. Good and polito at. "I Iiiivo decided that I will marry of hit guest, with whom, for business
lentlon. MRS. KATE MYERS, Manageress. you. I don't know why I hesitated. If reasons, he desired to remain on good
F. A. LOSLEY, Assistant you can get way from town for a day term, always kept) u wary eye on his
take the I&lerton: local for Mrs. Wit visitor. One afternoon the testy Individual h Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves

PEACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLE, KIA. berly's country place, and ;you can tell In conversation with his host!
mo if you ure glad I didn't keep you remarked: "I an't account for the
First-class Board at Reasonable Kates.; Restaurant and Retail! Grocery In waiting any longer" iui-er feelings and 1 Impulses that come
onnection MRS. M. I,. PEACOCK, Prop. Dicky Lauded It buck and commenced over mo ut time*. Do yon know, the -- -- -

a study of the library fire first time I tonic( dinner hero I hud as
INDIAN SIMtlNGS, GA. "I don't ceo how any one could possibly much a.s I could do to muster the Impulse .
rail that stilted," he growled. ulicn" one of your sons made a
Melissa signed the note, sealed It and certain remark: to whip) out my gun .
|THE WIGWAM> INDIAN: : SPRINGS, -A., I directed to l>r. John Hal'tl)'. and l let go)." "Oh, don't you ",..wry1I1"lIt ".
Considering. the fact that 111' tartly that"sold, tho tam t'ou'I'. "I know ( "
GEORGIA'S FAMOUS RESORT.A ; was. only a very casual iic<|imtutaiicu all about your little falling In that Hue.My '' lii'I' \
and bud never nuked Melissa! to marry son Jake was ntundlii' In the! hull-
panacea for diseases for hundred years Is now open for reception of him nor had Mia ever dreamed of hit way Just back of you with a xhotguu.

nests way between Fine Atlanta Orchestra and, Bowling Macon.: Billiards, Swimming Poo) Located mid' nuking her to lo HO, this Iltt'l"u'ynehlt''l'mrllt Von did w'lIl', change your mind. At I I III p i I'I I I IH II Id
might be regarded" rather I
the first motion I-
The your hip) pocket -
Medical '
are obtainable only at the Wigwam. For analysis of H
theatrical.Phe I.
wales, and rates, address my son Ju:Ie hud instructions toblov
SCOVILLK BROS., gathered up her writing'" mate l daylight through you!l"When .
rials. slipped the letter Into: her writing
Indianprlntll: : Ga.
fad and started tor HIM il,>or. Stopping
-- Inn !lli.yn n< Ham.
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-- - / u minute to fluff up her brown
It Is
iiI/T3IOKi, N. C. surprising how soon a wife
pompadour Mile ilx..t'li rcii'oiicful[ eye
tires of the (company of a man who I I..*
upon- the olijt-ct of her vengeuuce. too much nt 11011\". Men are wise In -. - y// ,
"I never would have thought, Dicky"tliere .p -
I puffing away from their roof trees 11I'ol'tlnn ::"
IULTMORE, :X. C. -- wore volumes of surprlHo hi hervoice ..--;'' j '
: \
:? "
Inn of each '
rlny Among/ their wives. ; .//1
-"that you would l have cared anything '
NKAIt AMIEVII.LK.THROUGHOUT : will bo' found n vrrjr general opinion/ --- 4. ;
ut ail for blonds. Him went out - ---------- +1 + "i ,
ails efTert. siys the Oentlewornnn.ri'oro '
and shut the door rather decidedly.As : I, .
'PEN THE YEAR. she crossed the hall the letter "lip Mill to be found everywhere a dlo'ltloii These long Roller Iteming Sheave, which am looked upon ns the S greate-
) pick men off In the
ped out und fell to the floor, making no antifriction roller beating Iu the world ate without to hold tho
and i t'II.'' llwiii cages roll
keep out of the
EDGAR: B. MOORE Proprietor. Mound: on the soft rug. t Who went upstairs I evening! when it Is. pri'siiimdh.if way In place, and therefore are far more durllhle l and run with far 1 JOSH friction tha

anticipation, unconscious of of the her Interview loss, smilingIn she I : they wilt pronahly have a little the old-style cage The sheave castings are made solid, standing: double th

NEW YOKK. would have with Dicky whoa bin. re- IPWS of the busy world to bring, home ytraln.of the skeleton Iron sheaves

Iieutaacc hud readied. a proper depth. and when linliy will t,,- sere to lam v. suldsomething

It WIIII1..11"11'- theory, gained In her exceptionally) brilliant and
Hotel twenty that men needed to be precocious. The general events of fho.
Marlborough taught .yearn lessons (tt'ea..lonlilly.V'hen day will iifford/' .I tupli-H of eonversnCon: THOUSANDS OF THEM bELLINO IN TIJK. NEW ENGLAND STATES.

Dicky had learned his lesson she would! snore Interesting by far Mian If flio --For.all kinds of businesses where n Tackle Block U T'Hd-

Broadway, afith and 37th{ Streets, :New York. acknowledge that she bad not yet vent whole household had been together
the letter I but was keeping It for fur from, morn till night. A very little ir-
ompletely Renovated and transformed! In every department. Mont cen- too.
liilry. will elicit the fact that '
all ther consideration.! In. nnisnt
> located hotel on Broadway. ELECTRIC LIGHTS:! and TELEPHONE: home
D vi-ry: room In the house. The foitnuin. coming I fr the letter all dRY are eminently apt TIM:
"' ROPEAN: PLAN.100 Rooms. SiOO( ) bath: rooms. Rates: (1.Si I and up bag u few minute !Inter, wus nnconHI I to be fidgety and. grumpy and luterf1ln -
u. without bath. $2 and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $3 ion* of the Inner wo-Vhijjn; of : !! :- altogether objectionable In short. Walton Self-Locking Block Co
: iPward parlor two bedrooms and bath :U and upward. sa's ",Irul. H<> picked lip her I" ''aIP4-1 Three Iliillmrm for Each I'mlllK-mjrrr, n
SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY: posted with the others. The will of Catherine :McOownn, offered ,,

E. M. TIERNEY, Manager. I Two evenings Inter the maid brought for probate In the orphan courtat 401 Atlantic Avenue, BOSTON: :MASS.: a.
: Melissa!. Dr. Hurtly'ii card. "I took him Baltimore the other day, provides, -
:' to the library, miss. He said be could say' the Baltimore Hun that :Memrs.Patrick ,---
,only stay a few minutes ant wanted O'Maru. George Htbblts John .
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEr to we you nloup." Hlbbltti Thomas Hlbblts. Peter Thurn
Melissa went downstairs< her fore- and OeDrJA McOownn: shall bn axkerl JOB
bead puckered. Into n wondering: frown. to .serve UK her pnllhenreM and that PRINTING
-r- Pne could not Imagine why Dr. Hartly they he paid fit upl.-ce for so acting. .
bad come to Kderton( to talk with her ,-----,- .

t- OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT -:1: about anything.: Hit Htood the Tent 2.i Yeitr
He came forward to meet her and The old original Executed at the office of the
Gnovr. Tasteless
.j, 'i she felt a little constrained her greeting a
'i I1. of this man of forty, who seemed Chill Tonlo. Von know what you are .a
so different from Dicky: and the other taking. It l I. Iron and quinine In a tasteless -

. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING . Taj*. so glad you decided to marry Red form.Cross Pharmacy No cure no, TltllllYlIle payOctx, Fla., at thud EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. N

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/ I i r MafMltml.MsfsffMsft'fM.(taue MmfMrft'1/4'i'mfM.MiufrFMmf't .* TITUSVILLE NEW SMYRNA BASEBALL BETWEEN TITUS- JEt'r:: : TRY' & s RANNI a

r. Jf / fVf TV fl I W have been dealers In dia. VILLE AND NEW SMYRNA. _
jj 1 111 New Symrna witnessed an Interesting THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS -
I A ll IU 3
i V monde and other precious stones game of ball Friday afternoon, when the By far the prettiest game of baseballever Ti.1u.s'V'l.11o; -

since the Junior teams from Titusvtlle and New played on tbe Titusvllle diamond T'loricttt
y9 11I ************ ************? establishment of our
Smyrna, Crossed bats on the diamond at was that between the 'fltu vll1o and New Our Leaders I

t jt business in 1868, and direct importers for more than 20 years. J this place. Tt was an interesting game Smyrna clubs on I\Iondayafternoon. The EDWIN CLAPP SHOES, MANHATTAN- SHIRTS, STETSON

from start to finish and the playing boys from the Hlllsboro River came in CKOJsSKTT SHOES, E. &\; W. CALLARS, KN'OX IIAT:.
3 =We save you the middleman's profitJKWKLUCS = *KK would have done credit to a much older on the 30:10: train and a finer lot of AND THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR THE LADIEs IA1, :>.

team. athletes would be difficult to find. They

At the end of the ninth inning, there looked like ball players, and It is very The largest and most complete line of UM0|

i" n u/ WICITK iron outCATALOGUK was a tie, the score being (0 to 0. The certain they played like what they look t date. ready-made clothing ever shown ,",? th]1(

boys decided that It would never do to ed to be. East Coast; Hanging In price from $u> ill 'jjy:;
: JMI'OKTI.US. :: lee It For nine it was a hot tussle
stand a tie, so decided to play until Innings }
t! I :: 41 We t Bay M. r Jacksonville, Fla. :: the tie was broken, and It was not until and the wuy goose eggs/ were piled up Low Cut Shoes, In the Tan, Patent 11,ithct;

;4 ****************************************************:$ the twelfth Inning that the tie was bio- on the score card would have astonishedany c 1 1 .. Canvas, Peail Buck, Tan Buck, Vici KM am
? ken, when the score stood eight to gander. The game opened with "I ) Tennis; ranging In prices for the Canvas: -i I.>:
p ----
- ---- eleven In favor of Tltusville. New Smyrna at the bat, but three men to time famous Edwin Clapp $0 :ill.>(>
: A.I I El' :'rt.: I,. :lWC: >TLC>"VV'. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. .
The line down before could
up was as follows: went anyone connect I -
i Tltusvllle: Jeff Carruthers, Carl Nor. : with third base Our line of high art, tailor-made clothint| ;will|

-- Titusvllle, FI.I., Aug. 1, 1005.: wood, Bob Flood, Bob Carlyle] Chas. Titusville was more fortunate In the stand the most rigid Inspection Only the latest .

t Illgi The City Board of Alderman met this Walker, Chas Fulton, B. liethea, Lar- first Inning and scored two runs before I ; ,, and best fabrics enter into Its ('on-trll.tlon.,

IDCJ evening at 7 p. m, In regular session rle Hale, Jas. Louisiana having to take the field again.! They h" Tbe latest designs are carefully studied, and

( '1':;. with the following members present: New Smyrna : Wallace I'allicur, Kir- duplicated It In the second inning, while .) embodied therein. We ask your 'inspiHtlon,

D. U. Pjltcbard, chairman W. 8.Brannlng by Chilton, Henry Paul, Morris Ashton,, New Smyrna again failed to make good. r In connection with this department, WI' carp)

OLD KYKWHISKY F. A. Morgan, Van T. Worley Norman Berry, Blrton Green. Henry, It now began to look like a walkoverfor a complete and up-to-date lino of (>entl<
I marshal, It. H. Pylon clerk. Doha, Vincent Ashton, Arnold Dllzer. tbe home club; but things are not j Furnishings. Shirts of the famous :Manhattan

The minutes of the last meeting were The game was a long one and some of "always",I what they seem," for the visitors a band, in Madras, Cheviots and Percales, in both

read and, approved. the boys were quite fagged when It settled down to haul work, and not negligee and stiff bosom effects Earl A U'lb

The marshal was ordered to have the ended. another man was able] to cross the rubber son Collars. Knox and Stetson lute In fact,

IR bridge In the park repaired, and at as I The team from Tltusvlllo was composed for the next seven Innings New every accessory to a well-dressed rnau'n ward.
robe. Our line of neckwear Is unusually ., .
I small rout an possible, the same to be of a manly set of boys, and. their Smymrt came perilously near making plete, In Strings, Ascots, Four-in.hands and,

extended the full width of the street.A disposition to play a fair! game won for run In the fifth inning, when, with only also made up shapes. All the new coloring,

I m V, rT4e1 statement from John Henry, with them, not only the admiration of the mill man down, they succeeded In crowding Suspenders, Stockings, Underwear and, lliml,
1; ' check for :*!I1 l":>.27 for delinquent taxes, home team, but all who witnessed It. the bases. kerchiefs. All new stock nnd of tin- bent
t.. 'FIne Liquors Wines, Beers, grades. Mall 1 orders a specialty.
was received and filed. It now looked squally for the homo
game was a good one, and a fair _
iJ 14t; ( Ales, Stout orders, I Etc.'jyBond The leport of the marshal and clerk one, ao r' : me your received and Chinese puzzle to the next: two
V ', TITUSVILLE and CJCOA, FLORIDA, I was approved. battle. swatters .mlmf.sfF..xmf....'f..mf..1tmfg...mf.'Fmfrf.ilrf...MM.mf4'.M1 F'Fy1 M
The following bills were audited and New Smyrna will be eased to welcome and retired them with three and out. :

t ' ordered paid: this team- any time.- In the sixth Inning, Titusville also : Most: Complete: :: ) X-Ira. . :

J. R. WALKER & CO., 117:1: J. L. Mobley,special marshal,$ H 00) Several) of Titusville's business men bad banes full but a neat double play EVER SHOWN IN
1171 I It S Bank, Int. on warrants, 17 81 accompanied the New Smyrna sent the visitors to the bat once more, : :
TITUSVILLE, FLA. 1173: Van 'J'. Woi'ley, salary , , fit (04)) boys where they were retired In one, two, ... DIAMONDS CUT GLASS, r
jiJj 117(1( Van T. Worley sanitary ,80110 _______ _ three order. :: SOLIIXJOLD\ JEWELUT, STERLING SILVER TABLE s
1177] K. K. Pyles, salary ' i i00\ GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, :*
117S Electric Light Co., llghtstreot 73 00 SMALL FIRE IN TITUSVILLE. New Smyrna did likewise with our !STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES SILVER PLATED WARE. :
1170 O. A. Frost, office rent i00\ ( perspiring aggregation; and thus, until ... .
t 11HO) Hlgginbotham; spec mar :a i (X) About 0 o'clock last Saturday rnprn- tbe close of the game, the score stood :: The finest line of Sterling Silver! Toilet Sets and Novelties ever
1181 Brady & llro., homo feed. . 0 ((12: the unalterably fixed, and no science could shown in Tltusvllle.SPECIAL : i
log, dwelling of F. K. Stone, on Main
Total , . . . , , $11)113! street, caught: fire and partially burnedout change it.Tituaville.
There being no further business, mooting two bed rooms on the second floor, did not play their last half : G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla. :
of the ninth, and thus the victory was
Lr GI adjourned to meet first Tuesday also destroying some furniture before It the home club *****************************************************
won by by of
a score
I evening in September. was extinguished. Part of the roof was ___ _
4 to O.
It. R. PYLES also] torn In order to at the fl .
up tines.Tha
1 t f fi Williams in the box and Hopkins behind E L : 3R.ei,17Y &: ::SEO.DEALEP.S
City Clerk. fire was seen almost as soon as the bat did most effective work- .,
It had started, and P. O. Walton and IN
Williams striking out 10 men during the

i PROGRESSIVE HEARTS.The time Bert,Johnson gave timely, who assistance were passing until at other the game. He had "speed to burn." Si GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
threw the ball
to second baRe
help arrived, the tannic extract Hopkins We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
members of tbe "Heart Club," factory amo lightning," as a negro "gem- We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consna-.
and a number of their friends hailed whistle having given warning of the fire, man" expressed it. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
k 'Our Perfection TrTrunk.." by repeated blasts from Its steam whistle. .
Ir with delight an invitation from the Driver on first, and Alexander on second -
It la thought that the fire
Has the Celebrated Trunk for Sales Misses Zandle and Kate was bad fine -
Tray Stewart, to meet some opportunities, and -- -

if t t -Call and BOO It- I I with them Tuesday evening July 31st, caused some cotton by spontaneous quilts In a corner combustion of one of In they never failed to make good. ..A.Gl'WE: O...
II to test their luck again in the art of Ponder, on short, and Jimmy Williams .
the bedrooms.
"heart capturing." In center Held, both played excellent
Thii! loss was fully covered by Insurance -Dealer In-
= Robbins & Graham Co. Sixteen guests being present, there games, and were a delight to the fans.
r a were four tables of energetic players, all promptly with attended Morgan to &Its adjustment.Walton, who Johnson and McClendon did! not have STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND

determined to have a merry time and any chance to distinguish themselves, as PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
(Incorporated.) Mr. Stone In
at the
was Georgia time
i capture prize.. the horse hide absolutely refused to go TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
PAID UP CAPITAL t3OOO.OOThl ;.! of the conflagration, though his family
Y The game: continued with much laugh out their way, but we know it would
were occupying the house.
companyownsL ter and great Interest until 11 o'clock have been out at third and out In left if

.A :LT ID a, when the score was counted, and Miss It had been fool enough to try that kind Wm :R. Walker

t Jennie Sunders, of Indlanola, was found APPLICATION FOR CHARTER.In of racket
the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. I to be tho winner of the ladles prize, Jim Revels had one opportunity to hug -- Dealer] In -

Lucle River; at New River and on nay; while Mr. Horace Pitts, made the highest the ADVOCATE, to-day, appears an the ball, and it goes without saying that Staple wild Fan..cy; Groceries: : ,

Blsc.iyne. Pi'loos to suit the times' score among the gentlemen, and received advertisement from D. L, Gaulden, L. he did it In a way that brought a bowl

q Send for Land List. his reward., Mr. Otis Pallicier received \v.. Halle, and Andrew J. Grime, apply. of dollght from the enthusiastic fans. x.its o.n..d. Vegata'b1es..
i t the consolation ing for letters patent upon a proposed Well I what about New Symrna ? Why
but Feed
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. prize, next Hay, O-za-In.: and: ,
time he will "catch up" and "score" a charter for the Eureka Fish Company, she Is "all to the mustard," and that's
"home run." Tltusvllle, Fla. what I They played ball like professionals Your Patronage Sollclted-

4 East Coast Meat Market Delicious Ice cream, cake and candles, In the application to the Governor of and if any club thinks they can not TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

were then served, and. cigars were plentiful Florida the applicants apply for a charter play, just try them and get your eyes -

0. F. DUREN, Agent. for the gen ts. to do a general fUth business; to opened. TXT'US"V'ILLE: LrV'EJE1.: .Y ST.A.DLE: ,

The Misses Stewart are two of Titusville' atoh, buy, sell, ship and deal in all Fisher pitched a most excellent game,
-, kinds of fish and and the catching of Pat Sams;; was a
most pleasing young ladles, and to own and operate FRED AND SALE f lwtlf SADDLE HOlt-ES: >,
.p. ;> ::::: to bo Invited to their home assures one fish bouts, launches, etc.; to build and wonder to the onlookers.
H- -.. of a pleasant time. own fish houses boats and other appliances Jake Morrow, a former Titusvllle boy, TA ... Mltl ItUGOIES{ ,

co r"i There were many expressions of for catching fish, and to do all played a star first bag, and the others
P: when the clock told the hour of things necessary and proper for the purpose wore just as good as he was. :
l N- f =3 midnight, and all present were reminded of conducting a general fish business. Charley Kurtz In left never let a thing aDd TURNOU': oft '

: that the parting time had come. escape him; In fact they all played good,

Long may the "Heart Club" live. The amount of the capital stock Is I clean and brilliant ball. ETC. t -- ..all kiodsOT. -,

1, _. .. tlO.OOO. and the headquarters of the .The. people otTitusville were delighted
=' with the- visitors- ::1\1.[. sba.J:1": :
firm Is to be located In TItiisville. both as ball playersand "
-c.n =-' TO DRAIN THE EVERGLADES. D. L. Gaulden Is to be president, L I as gentlemen. Not a jarring word TITUSVILLEIn rear of Robbins' Law OfficeFL0BID1.

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA W. Halle, treasurer; and Andrew J. was said during the game; and after all
The Board/ of Trustees of the Internal Gilffis, Hocrotary. was over, they mingled with our
[Improvement Fund at their meeting at citizens In the most friendly way, and .

E. A. MORGAN Tallahassee, on the :27th.! ult., ordered a CHURCH NOTICES. showed themselves to be gentlemen of FLA.Is .

preliminary survey made from some the first water. Our town Is always prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentloi
r v DEALER point on the St. Lucia River In directa open to them and we hope will
IN as Kev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City they paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fairdeallng my motto.T. .
route as practicable, to Lake Okeecho- come again.
Point, at 10:30: a. m., and at Eau Gallic WETMORE, Proprietor.
= bee, for the purpose of determining the lu the evening, at 7:3":: o'clock. A cordial J. M. Cuban.. who_ umpired_ __ the u game, --
=BICYCLESWheels nost practlcablo and best route for a was unusually good in mat dimcult po- -
Invitation Is
extended to all to attend OVER FIVE THOUSAND OP
WALton's -
drainage canal! from a point on Lake these sition. He bus a "good eye" and decidesan ---
services. Rapid Calking Tools now In use
keeohobee, at or near Chancey Buy, to Issue quickly. by boat owners in the United States.
the waters of St. Lucle River. Services will be held at the Methodist Price $4.00 and :S.OO each, at the ADVOCATE

Sold, Rented and Repaired. Tho Board designated J. O. Fries, church, Tltusvllle, next Sunday, August Later. As we go to press tbe news office, Tltusvllle, Fla.

q Enameling and Repairing a Specialty C. E., of Tltusvllle, to make the survey. I Otb, at 11 a. m,; and at Cocoa In the comes to hand that Tltusville has defeated

r There was quite a number of applicantsfor evening at 7:30. Everyone invited. Tbe Daytona In a fine game of baseball

Shop next door to Bakery- the position, but Mr. Fries was third quarterly conference will be held yesterday, In which the score stood Door

p1 jlected, although he did not make application at Cocoa on Tuesday! the 8th, 2to0.How.
for the same, which Is that, Bro. MlamllIetropolls1'In :
J. L. MOBLEY- quite[ highly of his reputation as a speaks civil EASTERN STAR MEETING.There your Issue of a week or so ago, you and"Window Jt }I
claimed Miami and Daytona to be the
1 b engineer. In conversation with an AnVOCATR .
TITUSVILLE, FLA. banner clubs of the East Coast. At pfr
1 reporter! Fries said that the was a meeting of Friendship I
i'+ Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalnomlnlng survey would commence next Tuesday. Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star, Titusvllle has played, up to date, three 4
a; I tttalnlng Finishing and with Daytona and Titusville ,
PaperHanging In the games has
'I he action taken by the Board Is the Chapter room, Tltusvllle Tuesday -
at the most reasonable
price won two of tbe three.
t consistent with good workmanship. first step In the actual work of Governor evening. Very little business was Frames
reward's glgantio scheme of drainingand done, as the meeting was rushed through Does that show Daytona to be the

All Work on toe East Coast reclaiming the Everglades with rapidity. Due notice will be givenof better of the two ? INVITE A GIRL
G' ) .
the next meeting.A Now for Miami, and we will then complete ,.f x ,"'iI r4er .: what
-Ellpeclally Solicitedk \ the circuit. Come on, boys, the to have a glass of soda and see

k Let me know what you want and fet! my ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? STRAW RIDE. Tlttisvllle club Is waiting for you.Tltutvllle Are a source of everlasting trouble If I she says, If WII a hot day and &

!. estimate on It. I'rompt attention will play DeLand on the says "no" we miss our guess.
f ; given to all work. they are not made right. We have
Tltnsvllie diamond
As a great many Indian River people Masters Rufus and Richard Robbins to-morrow, Saturday,
I are making arrangements to visit the sent out about :to Invitations to a straw and we look for another tine exhibition special machinery for making them, ALL GIRLS LOVE SODA

r xi E. Vesey Hall North, why not consult your pleasure ride for last Friday. Nearly all those of ball. Let everybody turn out and enjoy and make them right. We make them and It's the business of young 8lll'*

,i I I Georgiana, Fla. Xl I I and comfort and take a trip on the Clyde Invited responded, and a right glorious the game. better and cheaper then they can be to see that they have It. our sods

steamship ? Their ships are elegant time they bad. The evening! wa cool made by hand. It's delicious, co*
beats them all.
'i $o1r-t; :Buildri.e : : and the cost Is much lees than by rail. and pleasant and no mosquitoes aboutto SHIPPING FISH.
You get oa board at Jacksonville and only 5 I cents. Try It.
ando the
worry young folk during their Grlffis/
1 U.lle.t Co., shipped a solid + t
e esIti
for New
Superior Motor. through to New York without changer drives around the suburbs of Tltusvlll of Iced fish CIGAR
oar from
Have h. p. on hand; call and see It. dust. Get your tickets through the Tltusville ye+tar TRY OUR FINE

r .. ii Estimate and prices furnished on Clyde agent, Cbas. 11. Walton, Titus FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING day. Beside this the other fish dealers ]EAST COAST LUBBER A SUPPLY CO. PharmacY
application. tile, Fla. are chipping large quantities by express, Red Cross
remember the


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