Title: East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: August 11, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00411
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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I )L. 15. NO. 51. TITUSVILLE- FLORIDA: FR-IDAY. AUG'l' 11.1OO5. PRICE Bo.

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(LOCAL NEWS John U. Walker .e2 Co. Go To Penney .&: nrnlllllll Take Advantage of This! -Mrs.\ Gould allll".u.r Cocoa, have, AMONG THE HOTELS.

Clothiers And Furnishers.The been spending a few days at the Semblo r

id Topics of General Interest. Will alike the 1'ollowliiK. 1'1'1.,ea for Mm Clonniiiir Time. Good housekeeping Cottage The, ADVocATE Is on file at all the

( Jay, Atiftimt 7th Only Only Store of its kind In the city. and good store-keeping demands It.Here' -Mr. K. M. RrtulerHon, of Fort Plaice, best hotels In New York city.
Bou ret to Lawns worth l.'o:; at
yard shall
We
per :
Reading notice ads. are ten cents 11 cts. Filled with U-to-DUo Goods. your opportunity wait. In town yesterday' nod this morning) Where to stop along the East Coast

[line on this page. Entire Stock is New otTer all our Men's Clothing and Oonta'Furnlllhing he left for KlHslnimne.Mr. :boo list of hotels and boarding! houses
Voilles worth 13c:; at 110.
subscribe for the ADVO- per yard When in need of a Suit of Clothes, a Goods Dry Goods, andLadies'
the 7th
'hen you All 12'yC material at Ho.> F. E. Hionn, an engineer on on page
It does not cost you Hat White Vest I Shoos at a great Saoitlice.:
| by the year Fancy or Collars
g: A. arrived In TllusvllleWednesday
f. L. Line .
'cents per week postage Included. The following prices' will be made onmen's Cuffs Shirts Belts' Suspenders( Neckwear A great offer and a great saving The Tudor house, Nahant, Mass., man-
his\
visit with
for
a family;
Lte date of expiration printed uponr shirts: Hose, Pants Serge or Mohair Will you let it get away ? Hardly, wo aged by Mr. Cut to, formerly of Jacksonville

paper or wrapper every week. This The $2 (00 sellers will\ offered at$1,50I' Coat Underwear or anything; else Inollrllne think. -Mrs. I,. B. Hersny, of LaGrange, hiss. has a largo number of guests.: .
1 receipt for your money. No need 1 f>O) II .. $4 LiD! Mall Orders receive prompt attention been visiting Max Jessie Sanders' and
it will
pay you to visit our store. The HeiiHtls house, Saratoga Springs,
jus to send receipt for subscription. 1.25 I 111)0)!
date gives It to you. All goods marked In plain figures. JULIUS KMNK, other friends at Indlniiula for u coup! N. Y., managed] by Mrs. M. B. Montgomery
t > "I.OU e II 820
Our motto "One to all all the Tltusvllle Flit.Mrs. of weeks or so. hotel
: price ; of the St. George St. Augustine
r THE ADVOCATE 73o; 87Wo .
In advance, time same price." -Mrs. J. M. Sanders, of Coco, who Is doing an excellent business this
: f1.50 per annum. have a select line of Neckwear
we Joe. P. Brown and daughter
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, I :;;. six months AVe have the goods such as you wont has been In Atlanta for 1\ few weeks, summer.
will offer 3l>
an. to foreign countries. at o. and we want patron Leila, left here, Wednesday, for Cocoa.
your train
112.00 ago.
Wednesday's
per was a on
Any straw hat In the'atore for :'UHpe passenger Under the new regime ushered In by
: 'us!: EAST COAST' ADVOCATE Is on cent off of price. Every article guaranteed. Mall order -Mr. W. C. Rawlinson, one of Kid red's en route home. the Sweeney-Tlernoy Hotel Company

. ,at the following news-stands at five Any suit of clothes In stock at cost. a specialty big pineapple growers was In town a dayor -Mr. J. M.\ Orrel, of White City, a Gotham's southern hotel The Marlbor-

its l per copyItuevllleRed: l Cross Pharmacy. Don't miss this wile, One day only, The PKNNRT Clothiers A and BHANNISO Furnishers, a<> this week. member of the St. Lucle County School ough, Broadway and l 8th! street, New-

,onvllle-Duval hotel. Monday August 7th. TI Fla., -Mr. W. S. Nor"oollllPllnt from Sunday Hoard was. among the pleasant caller York, Is .winning golden opinions from .a

' -ADVOCATB8 for sale at the Red JOHN. K. WALKER & CO., Tltusvllle until Monday with his daughter, at this office on Wednesday.Mr. steadily Increasing army of patrons.It .

' TUB: I.AIU1K: HKICK Mrs F. J. Mitchell, of Cocoa.If was a great house and Its former
STORK.
: Ls itueville.If \ ,
Pharmacy -Mr. G. Nolle who has bought the Tom Knight, assistant. keeper of
you are going away for the sum- Titusville, Florida. Sackett property at 1\lIms. will soon you Intend going north this summer the Cana.el'allljlhthouse; spent several triumphs are being more than duplicated -

Br, why not let the ADVOCATE follow take possession. get your tickets from the Clyde days In Titusville this week. He will by that hustler from Blnghamptoa,
-Mr. J. T. Snell of Eau Uallie, was Steamship Co's agent In Tltusvllle. leave for home tomorrow ncoompanlei Manager E, M. Tierney, the commandIng .
among the visitors in town on Monday; Mr. A. C. Frost, of Danla arrivedIn I officer on the spot.
-Mr. W. R. Sanders a well knownnge and Tuesday.Mr. town, Tuesday, on a visit to his\ son. '' Several of the Titusville boys left by Mrs. Knight amt the children.

grower, of Indlanola was In Mr. G. A. Frost.A for Daytona yesterday, to assist the De- WHY U-3K OLD STYLE BLOCKS, That beautiful Illustrated magazine,
Jas F. Mitchell, a well-known the New Ocean House Reminder will
Land team In a game with the Daytonateam. ,
Vn Wednesday.fcXDAVILLE when the best Self-Lock
on you can buy
resident of Cocoa, was In town yesterday, CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME. l<:n. be published weekly during the summer.
Tackle Blocks the
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Ing nearly same
IS SELLING OUT. shaking hands with many friends. quire of Mandavllle, the jeweler. Not only is all the news of the New
-Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson, manager of price. Now in use In the United .
|-The Alpine Cottage Tltusvllle has BEST ELGIN CREAMERY AND LOX: -Two wagons loads of young people the E. C. J.. & Supply I Co., was In townon States Army and Navy Department. Ocean House,Me. Alnslle A Orabow's

i1 neat sign erected at the corner of River Butter at Wagoner & Co's.Judge enjoyed a straw ride Wednesday ev.. Tuesday, accompanied by his two Examine them at Prltchard & Sons. or handsome north shore hotel, here told,

ia and Hopkins streets. ulna., returning home at 2 a.. m. _. but a great deal of general reading mat-
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daughters.Mr.
Minor S. Jones of
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Titusville ter Is published, bound to be of Interestto
Tax Assessor P. A. McMillan\ o f who had been In Miami fur about three -There will be a dance in the Opera -Mrs. M. S. Jones Jr. of has
T. H. Parrott traveling freight Quay, the public. Historical] articles are
|u GaHle was In attendanoe at thIng e I weeks holding a special term of court, house, Titusville, next Wednesday evening agent of the V, E. C. n,., was In Titus- been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe given special prominence, as well as articles
of Brevard County Commission returned here on Sunday.If the 10th Instant, when a tull attend. P. Brown of Tltusvllle for week
ville on Wednesday, and left, the same a or descriptive of lovely places on the
I this week. you are thinking of buying.or anoe of dancers) U requested. night; for other points south. so. She Is now the guest of Judge and north shore. The Reminder is well edited .

-Mr J. S. :Stewart: after a pleasant ange trees read the: ad. of the Ocklawala -Capt Geo. G. Qlenson, superintendent -.Airs. W. J. Nesblt, of Fort Pierce Mrs. M. ;p.: Junes. nicely printed, and In every way a

lit of about a month with her daughtMrs. Nurseries on our 4th page. This l Is a of the E. C. L. C. & T. Co., of St. who had been visiting her daughter, -Dr. Porter sends our a report, under credit to the elegant summer home

A, K. Wilson at Fort Pierce, food, reliable nursery where the trees Augustine, was In town on Tuesday, on Mrs. Chas. !M. BIngham, of Daytona date of August 10th, stating that there which it so fitly represents. Messrs.

urned to Tltusvllle yesterday. will be sold as represented.Mr. his way to the company's dredge boatat was a passenger; on Tuesday's train, en I. not a case of yellow fever la Florida Alnslee & Grabow, the proprietors, are

pr SWEET AND IRISH POTATOES: John T. Stanley the well-kuown Mosquito Lagoon. route home. This Is Indeed gratifying to our citizens ; well known to many Floridians

ft Wagoner& Go's. and whole-souled soap manufacturer of I -Mr. and Mrs, I.. C. Branulng, and WE WANT I.IMES-We solicit after the little West Tampa scare
your THE NEW MASONIC HALL.
We regret to learn that Mrs. 1,. C. New York, who owns a large pineapple Mrs. C. L. Wright left,' Sunday, forAsheville. consignments of Limes, or will buy Messrs. E. B. Arnold of Malabar; ;

[>ore, of Homeland, unfortunately broke plantation at Jensen passed through Waynesvllle and other places them outright. Communicate with H. K. Mime, of Bonaventure; and A. J. Titusvllle's new Masonlo Hall Is being
wrist the latter of last fltuaville, Friday last, after attendingto In North Carolina, and expect to be away
part week us at once. AMERICAN PRODUCE Carter, of Turnbull, were In town the rapidly completed by Contractor Hall.
|t we are pleased to learn that the in- > the shipping of his pineapples. several weeks. COMPANY, Jacksonville, Fla. 22: 211.Jodjle first part of the week, attending to their The woodwork Is finished the window

od( wrist Is doing as well as can be WANTED *) -Mrs. Julius Kline and duties members of Brevard
-10,01 daughter as County
young AlIlgators,10to -. ; Jaa. E. Andrews, of Fort are In, the walls are plastered, and It
ected. 14 Inches long. Florida Trunk Mfg. leona, left for New York on Sunday, to 1'leroe. accompanied his wife and family School Board. will not be, very long ere Indian River

-Mrs. Robert Pentland and family, Co.,:J2Y Bay St,J JacksonvilleFIa.4M! remain a few months with Mrs. Kline's an far us Tltusvllle yesterday. Mrs. -Mr. E. L. It rod y left here, Saturday, Lodge No. (15)) will be Installed In one of

Imer residents of Tltusvllle but latter.of -Brevard and St. Lucle county School mother. Miss Leona has just pissed Andrews and children were on their way to join his wife and daughters In Camden the; best lodge-rooms on the East Coast.

Jacksonville, are now In Glasgow. Boards met this week, In Tltimvllle to through a severe illness and the trip to Ormond. S. C.. After a short visit, Mr. and The members of Friendship Chapter No.

Hand, and we acknowledge receipt of turn over school property and settle all North will put new life Into her. -The Masons of Tltnsvllle will meet Miss Daisy Brady left for Ashevllle, N. ; It, Order of Eastern Star, composed of

Ketty' view of the Art Gallery Glas- matters connected therewith. A full Major K. F. Britton, of the Star 10 their Lodge-room at the Courthouse C., where they will spend month or so, nearly all ladles, will also hold their by-

", from Mrs Pentland.Mr report of the meeting will be publishedIn force Titusville, has been appointed to his (Friday:) evening, and as there willie ere leaving for New York, to enjoy the monthly meetings In the above hall. '

and Mrs. Wrn. M. McGrlff, the our next issue., the position of Postmaster at Seabreeze, work In the third degree, u full at. various amusements. In that lively city. The plasterers are now working on
IH I( and expects to take hold of his oew officeIn the big\ store underneath the hall, which
known owners of that popular -Mrs. A. A. Stewart, wife of county endancoof members and visiting. breth. ALL MV STOCK OF JEWELRY, CUT
will be occupied by J. n. Walker A Co.
September. The Major went to Sea-
juse, The Gables, who have been In auditor, Stewart, and her daughter, ren IH requested.Mr. Glass and! Musical Goods must go by
enfield, Indiana for two or three Miss Kate left breeze this week to get his bonds seen .
Stewart yesterday for an September let Call early and got any.
laths to, and to receive congratulations from Wm. M. Brown president of CARLOAD OF FISH.
found Inft
the woather too hot
extended visit to White .
Springs Fla., the Fort Dallas. National Bank Miami thing you want at rates never before
hill friends ,
section of the United States so re- and Tallulah Falls, Ga. Miss. Frankie many offered. Correspondence Solicited
ned and vice-president of Indian River State: Urlllls, fade Co., expect to ship another
to their home in Daytona toad Stewart will act as recording clerk (In the SIX: MILLION GEORGIA BRICK For lank Tltusvllle his G. L Mandavllle Tltusvllla Fla.
( the occupied oozy home carload of fish to-morrow. Not.
balance of the summer.YTISTRl' Brevard county cleik's office during herl8ter' Sale; Best Red Building Brick and
here from Saturday until Sunday night, Senator F. M. Hudson, of Miami, withstanding those carload lots of ,(lsh
Notice'' Is hereby given 8 absense.I. Select Smooth Uniform Red Stretcher I when he left for Miami. Mr. Brown was a passenger on Wednesday's. north. continued to be shipped by freight, our

hat my dental parlors on board the FAUST, PHOTOGRAPHER, has Brick for Fronts. Wire at mv expense does not expect to go north any more bound train ou route to Jacksonville various fish dealers are shipping hundreds -
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P'entos' now anchored at the Indian arrived from New: York, and has leas for lowest cash delivered prices his summer but will spend the time- In with his wife and two children who of barrels by express every week.

0'iver: Hotel wharf will POSITIVELY ed the Taylor Photographic Gallery to any point In Florida, la car lots. Miami and Tltusvllle.OVEU were on their way to the mountains of -

> LOSE ox FRIDAY NEXT, August Hth, adjoining the law office of Geo. M. Am prepared now to Oil large orders 1000 SAMPLES: <; to .select from. North Carolina for the balance of the -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins exect :.
+ 1 quickly for the beat brick madeIn
leave now
want, for the north on the 20th Bobbins Julia Street, Tltu vll1e. ThisIs Georgia.E. Call in and let our expert take your summer. Mrs. Hudson Bald they would > to leave here, next Wednesday, for

on a few months' vacation. the place to get your Photographs N. JfctKs Manufacturer Measure. for your next Suit of Clothes. stay near Hendersonville.Mrs. Point Caswell, N. C., on a visit to Capt.
DR. F. II. HOUOIITON.
Views Portraits Copying or Develop. A perfect fit the latest \ and Mrs. H, ]', Paddlson, where their
7-Dt Macon, Ga. ; very; style M. A. Scrlmguour, the assist
Dr. F H, Houghton Mr. and Mrs.A. ing done. Good work at reasonable son George him been for
guaranteed. I'onlley.Drannlnlt., the ant postmaster at Tltimville, Is now takng some time.
Morgan and Mr. Charles II. Watf prices. Give us a call and compareour -!Mrs. K.: E. Rollins and Miss Florence Clothiers and Furnishers. Tltnsvllle. her first vacation In two and one-half Mrs. M. Robbins and Masters Rufus

f>. expect to leave here, Sunday, the work with that of others.II. Colmar left here, Sunday, for Waynes- Minn Susie. Gladwln and Richard Itobblns will, probably
>b> instant, for New York, Boston and FAt Tltusvlllo, Fla. Hie, N. C. Dr. Rollins could not getaway -Mr. Geo. M.Kobblns, of Tltusvllle\ years, In taking/ her leave here the same day, for Hwanuan-
place the office
>8r DJace They will sail on the pop. Judge A. D. Penney, wife and until Thursaday,when he followed who has been attending; Circuit Court morning. !Mrs.post Scrlnrigeour on thinks Tuesday TI- oa, N. C., where later, they will be joined -
''f Jr. and Mrs. Kolllos at Miami for about three weeks, -
will also representing
Clyde visit
rela-
steamer Comanche, from left last for Jack by Mr. and Mrs. Robbins.
daughter, :Saturday: the Miami Transfer usvllle Is all good, a place as any to take
'ksonville tires in N. Co. In the
Raleigh C.
to New and will\ ere returning to
York onvllle, and next evening took their de- II rest In, and so expects to here. -Tile work of the house
ke their headquarters at the Hotel Tltusvllle. Owing to attending a few law suit of Miami Transfer Co. vs. C. T stay enlarging of .
xirture for Washington Baltimore and
'rlmmon, returned home LAND /apt.. and !Mrs. C. F. Fischer. on Julia
'flboroiigh on Broadway New York, cities that have never been patients Dr. Kolllos will nut stay away on Sunday FOR WALK St. I.ucle and Dad
but a short while. laving won this very bard-fought legal counties. Description of land: West street, was commenced this week. The
-Mr and, Mrs. W. S. Branning left heretofore visited by Mrs. Penney and little. On Monday he left for Ht.iiigustlue !y of northeast J.; and west >j of southeast house will be enlarged by building It one
end of last week for Washington daughter, who will see things that will -Mr. Gen. K. Gompli, cashier of Fort higher which will)
tory ;
to attend to another law ease.Mr. 3q, sec. ID, township 32: range III) greatly Improve
''tiroore them to their Judge Dallas National Bank Miami ,
and Xew York on a feweke' cause open eyes. arrived in the appearance as well as the comfort
JIll( :20-100! ) ) 8t. Lucle
vacation. They went by rail and Penney and family will be guests of that 'Itusvllle, Saturday with Mr. Wm M. (I. A. Frost leaves tomorrow for acres, county. of the home. Great care will be
exercised ,
I )ana, where lie will spend week with West !H "f northwest J;(( and west !i
return by Clyde steamer. While\ popular Southern house Hotel Marlborough Brown president of the bank, with a during the erection not to destroy
a", Mr Ilrannlng will purchase a fine, while In New York. On their whom he stayed until next day whenbe his parents, and then go to Glllett WIs., of southwest }-4, seo. 35, township .Kl: any of the many ornamental trees and *

-w-date line of fall and winter goods return to Florida, they expect to stop left for New York and other cities) on where be will spend several months recuperating tango W, |IfU( acres, 8t. Lucle county shrubs which are so much admired {

r the gents. furnishing; house of Pen- over at Camden, 3. C., to visit Mr. and a vacation of a month or more. The old from his recent sickness. Northeast Jo! of southeast Ig; sec. ao, our winter visitors.Inrney I by d
J Mr. Frost has sold his Tltusvllle township :J S south range 41 east;
Branning, Tltusvllle.H h1 Irs. F. M. Wooten. friends of !Mr. Gomph were pleased to property -
see him I in Tltusvllle again. and may not return to Tltusvllle close to O. K Wood's pineapple plan. a,
and Mrs. W> H. U. Gleason and but has not laid his plans as yet. Mr. tation on St. Lnle, river; 10 acres, Hull for Sale I
CatloatVsuted
childien. passed through Tltusvllle, FURNITURE DRY OOOOS, SHOES.:! and 1\1 n. Frost have made many friends Dade county. I

<*"nesd y, on a trip north They e*. Sectional Book Cases.. In Tltusrvllle, who will regret their de- Also the northaait 14' of northeast Jersey Bull 8 months old. Price A

Ito visit various points of Interest In Wanted good-sized Catboat, complete. Wall Paper Sets roll. >arture. !4< eo. 18, township 3- south, range tI UM)*). F. H. BLOCK

I e forth and West, before returning Give description, price, etc., White Enamel Picture Ka*elll. 41 east; on tomb fork of Ht. Lucle Sharpen, .'II '

I:their| home In Eau Gallie In the fall. C. JAMIHO.T, Rugs, Art Squares Hot Weather NeceH"ltle>". liver; 40 acres, Dade county.

I.err'* many friends hope that they will 5O-2: So. Jacksonville Fla. Parian Paints. Apply to CHAS. H. WALTON, Titosvllls Hoarder Wanted. 4Mr.
a pleasant outing and return HAS. A. GABDJIR:! TITUSVII.LK, FLA. Water Cooler. three Fls.Furnished. -
"aU lT papier-mache, .. Belle A H.
of
ynes, Orlando has
lenefttted
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by their vacation trip. ; The Clyde Line. sizes, 1.75, W.OO, J.23.
a snug home-like cottage two doors .1
Cotti re. ,
ItlackAuiltli and |
Repair Shop. Little Brown
Jag Filters fl.OO. Guar-
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north of the
I'ineapple I -- Seaside Inn, Daytona Reach
Shed Posts.' Get your Clyde Line tickets from anteed to make i .
you live ten years longer. For Kent Capt. J. '
O. Walton's f urn.sh where she Is prepared to receive few
the agent at Titusville. Do not fall to If you want a new wagon or an old Refrigerator and Cooler combined. .d cottage In South Tltusvllle. No a ii
.t'c.fe.: 1'OIH fi t-class posts. Ad- take the steamer, when going North. ODe repaired write in*. I pay freight Just what yon need. bed or table linen or cutlery; f 14 per boarders. Terms: $U to *S per week. I'

l* JAS. MCCOMB, Jr., CHAS. H. W ALTOS, ODe wty. J, D. EJCJTIS, JA. PRITCHARO & Sos, month, In advance, fo.- the summer. Address, Mae B. A. UAYNBH' : ,'
Tltusvllle Fla. CHAS. H, WAI.TOX, Ocean Villa
Pompano Fla. TltusTllle
Fla. Tltusvllle Fla. I
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I, t' Free and 1 try nnd get them to organize. good! question nnd established magnificent

t roads clubs throughout each county nysteniM! of roiids. It I was only wlioti. : KIDNEY TROUBLES Standard Electric Company

\ I Accepted Masons. and get, Home iff"roads' literature Into the gl'IlI'rll1lo'rulllt'nt! ) took liofd of
1'11'1't.' ; their hands. nml get them to studying the matter that the. roads of foreign

''i the routl problem It now present* Itself countries were niui'e permanent.Ve Increasing Among Women. But Jacksonville Florida.

.,..".."dl; No. 00 In tbo light: of tills new era of civilization are IltII/oCllltllblnlot/ ] In the. luud Htlll. Tlie I Sufferers Need Mot Despair ,
Indian and culture that wo now live cost of rural transportation is double __ u. _

River /. Titusville.LodlCe ,, In. Thin having been done, we will In tills country us compared\ to Canada.England THE BEST ADVICE IS FREE

among other t things, have accomplished or Europe. Willie we have FRED E. GILBEHT
Florida. the following results: outstripped the earth in nearly every Of all the diseases' ;; known, with which

Hold It* muotinitb thn *mu>iiUanil, fourth Krl- 1"lrMt.-A majority of our people will other direction, we are In thlg respectou I' the female organism is afflicted kidney -- --
day of ",ouh month, ,,' tlii-lr room huUtlver, be convinced Unit It require u good a par with Asia. snd Africa and theseniiclvlllzed disease! is the most fatal, and statistics\ \ -. ..,"U.'t02n.O l:>ilcs_ :
: o'nlm-k. show that this disease Iii the increase
80tol.TltllK lll", at 7:111: > p.m. on
deal I more money to build roads us they nations of l lIl'ol'e. As amutter ,
M. 1'I.I\'LlO.' Wor.hl.fnl| 1..t4Ir.. I among women.
1". A. Miirunii Hunlor Wmilmi.K. should be built thun they now think It of national pride this: question! State Agent I'm
A. LOOJHV .'"olur. Wanlim. I does und they will \IIml tlmt tlipro urc .should appeal to tlie consideration of

J.,1.J. I)\".r Dlxiin rriirli..Tr-Brtiiror.rii,. ..nrotor,. u great many mure in I lea of I'ond l to be every patriotic (:eltlxen.United States OLDS, AUTOCARS nud FI{.\\ KI.I.MOTOK \\
,1, K, Walknr, Himlor lu>a<:im.M. of. Senator Lxtlmer.To .
: built thun they are now aware
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K. KllilllHll., Jilllinr llwioon.C. BOA IS AND STATIONARY" EXCISES-.
H. Walu.ii, Huiii.ir Htnwanl.A. , 1"1'1'owl.-1'hll t great contrariety of
A.Stowarl, .lnnl" I..r ,,,wllrol. opinion an to how public highways Avolil :Mnkliiw Hutu.ferlou keep tlie largest stock tu the South . .
A. II. lmuinv. Chut'lahi.M. liutteiicH, Coils, Djnamos, Lamps, Horns. Write or call ,,
] A. Htowart, Tylor.I should be constructed will be done (IniiiiiKe/: HOOII "results from the 1'ilces. Mull orders receive prompt attention.J7 .
I .1, It.. II KnnlH.MoKarlun Actinic!,Tvlitr.Win. /.Marnli.il.OKIIEH . uwuy with nml, la the place of so common practice< of driving in the truck
niucU cheap advice an to bow road* mado by preceding ,vehicles especially 41 West Forgyth Street. JACKSON VII I r pj
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Hhotild be built wo will get .Home good, with heavy loads on narrow tlr..... Ruts -
OK K.tSTKltN: HfAK.FrletulHlilp substantial! aid tu the support'!, of the would scarcely If ever appear on a well

C'haplfir' No. II, hnlils It* mcntlnitu cause that will enable im to nettle upon constructed road if drivers would vary
In tlie Masunln" l.mluo nmin" Titiinvliln.. mi tunIt ;
{ < rut an'l, third 'I'lIlIoI.yo,| In eaoh "niinii h at 7 -:sop. mime general plan of routl management their truck even only a few Inches. It Use Chase
Chapter. in. Tliu: lollowliiic lira tlio olnVont, o( tliu and go to work In a permanent would be noticed that, no matter how Lightning Mosquito
w t "
? MI.H Kllto Htownrt W. M. way.Third.. deep the rut, It will disappear when a
K. A. IIIrlt"oV.. I*. .-The people, who live lu the sharp turn occurs as! the horses vary

W ? ::1.1"] II.". A.K. WIlH Morunn,,",,Huuretary.Mrs. AHiiorlatn. ... M.Mrr cities and 1 towns will lourii more about their course around n corner nnd truffle' to keep them from biting you and giving you fever

: .t. Kllnii I ,Tieaanntr.Mm. whnt good roads leading Into their spreads out over the full width of the
] .1 M. W.,,", 'onrliintrn... road. This Is of the the babiesIt
JI'toK|| railmrlno HIIIM., AHmiclata Con.jMiHH towns will mean to them und will be one principal Protect -
*I"HHO| HanihtrH. Ftnrh.Mr willing/ to lieli) the agricultural class cuusun' of deterioration of a nmcndnm Unless early and correct treatment
*.. .1.1.. Carrutlmrn.W. Hmihln. A'lit.Mm. :M.irth. to build< thl'l1IIl1d there would also road und could easily be remedied with applied! the patient seldom! survives keeps them off 1

Mm J\T. A. Horlititrnour" ICdthor.Mm. ,; noon be a Htrlfo creuted among our little care on the part of the .drivers.I when once the disease !I. fastened upon
merchant.
t:. H. Walton. Wanlnr country town>* us to what one of them Compound is! the most efficient treat
.7. M. IHxiin Hontlnnl.J. .. could have the bent road* loading luto ...... Ilull.llnu: In Klorliln.Blnce ment for 1 kidney troubles of women,
II. WalkHr Mamlial.J -
I.. Carriitlii-r". {'haplaln.THfc. It. the agitation for good( roads: be- and is the only medicine especially

1'OIll.tb-lt would cauMo sufficient enlightenment gnn In Florida tlie most progressive/: prepared for this purpose. OOc.:: S .:l.rcl.Sr: : s !
upon, our needs to enaoleus counties have built from 1 CO to 100 When a woman is troubled with pain

to enact the required' 1I..llItiou.Flflh.Hy / luilon of good roads. These rouds are or weight In loins, backache, frequent
such there would pl''hillout/ into the country to connect painful or scalding urination swelling .A.ttteza.tloz3.We :E?
u plan I of limbs or feet swelling under the O'\l.r: : : eo..oo :
the larger settlements nnd bent
be almost unanimous sentiment /
noon u
tired feeling in the
eyes, an uneasy,
lit favor of government aid for 1I11<(h- lands with the .shipping! points. T'lln region of the kltIDl 1I! or notices a brick- sell Groceries at WHOLESALE
work progresses/ .slowly, us it Is done by you
WilY Improvement, uud a WilY would dust sediment In the urine, hhe should
bo provided for the necessary funds to county tax. Where such roiult' have lose no time in commencing treatment Prices Write for Price List Orea
our
curry on our road Improvement in the been constructed hindd have advanced with Lydia E. I'lnkhatu''* Vegetable

proper manner. There never! has been In valuo many times the entire cost of Compound, us! it may be the means of
tho work and products grown for the saving her life. money saver.
1m built
u country\ that good public '
lunrkot-t of the world. pity handsome For proof, read what Lydia K. I'ink-
highways tluit did not receive aid from ham's did for Mrs.Hawyer. .
Its gpueral governiupnt to defray apnrt profits.' wlilli In other sectlonti go to Vegetable Compound
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of the expenses' of their coiiHtructloii. pay the 1 lot -vy expense:,: of transportation. I cannot exprcRS"" the terrible nnfferlng I The Enterprise Grocery Co.

had. to endure., A duraagumunt of tuo funiuleorgnna ,
duvulojied nervous prnxtration and. a
Sixth.-You will flml that your wives 1I..lous kidney trouble. Tlio doctor utteiuliKl 1 1 7 Bridge St.
and your young people' will be pleased me for a yenr. but I kept g..tthllworse/ until
recitations I was. unuhle to do anything, anil I inadu, up .TnC] SOnyHe. ]J'lorida.
to lu
join preparing some Rural Notes
you r Delivery I
my mind I conM, not liv.. I finally diicldml
Instruuipntal! \ und 1 vocal music to try Lydia K. Fiiikhmn's Veg"tuble Com
that would add interest uud pleasure pound as it laxt. resort, and I I am to-diiy. well
to the work of the club nnd at the Taking 4.r>O people as the average woman. I cnnnot/ pril... ittoohighly and I"

same time help them to develop tlielr number served. on each route ((11 moderate Mrs.tell every Emma Buffering Hnwyer' woman, Uonyers.about Ua.Mrs. .my ciua. F. H.vLhlznan: : c& Co.

social and Intellectual natures! us! well. estimate), the rural service in op- I'inkham g-ivea free advice to

THE .ROAD> PHOBLEJr. There .should also be appointed! a good oration Oct. 1, 1001, wns! bringing! the wcftnen ; address la confidence Lynn, 201 Washington St. )l SEW TOHK.U.'J .

___nn_ live executive committee, whoHO duty malls within easy reach of the homes MIIo ". MuiTay :Street. >r X. Y.

it HliouM bo to arrange a programme of__ _12.21.1.771(1_.__:_.:._>(_ _r<_>Ml.__<.ll_.>nts n_._ of__ _rum.__n I_ ills.trlcts. _....
HOW JUDGE J. H. SCOTT OF OREGON
for encb meeting nnd assign to every .

WOULD SOLVE IT. member of the club BODIO phase of the 1'etltlom for rural free delivery Free to the Ruptured Oranges Pineapples

highway problem and request him to route are being received at the post- ,

A"\'.011... (h.. UrM'''n Ia........ .., Uo.... read up and, pout hluiHelf. office department at the rate of nearly

HonilM Gliilin t.. Aroune Intercut III 1.0\)0) per month.
(lipV..rk-\\'lint !tul> A".I..tloo" BENEFIT THE FARMERS Since 1807, when the rural free delivery and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.

1..1. A.........pU..h. service! was' started! with forty-four The Rica Method Is Unparalleled in the ,
0..1 linniln Snvv Tim* anil Money Wa reprenent several of the largest shippers ID your :State and wish t.u represer:
The tux of bud, roads will becomeharder nii"| lliMiutlfy (!I... Country.Vliile routes, it has grown so rapidly that by;
the end of tbe current fiscal year In Annals of Medical Successes. you also. Give us a trial sliipment. Established! 3D) yell 1'8.
to bear each year ou account of the nation In engaged/ In reclilmlng -
June next there will probably be 32.50: <>
Increased, Improvement of transportation \ .
the arid regions, of the west -- --
routed In operation.Stilt .
facilities, both by water and rail niiU Improving\ th! adverse cmidltlonsIn A Cliertp; Home Cure that .Anyone Cnn VMof ESTABLISH El> 1870./
bringing us Into closer competition ------ - --
the tropics and II I lilt Itlldl'14 are lookIng rnrtitllril.Uncle .U.ltho..t 1'.ln. ]).anj"r nr L..a
with cheap( labor and products of other
to developing/ homen hi the frigid;: Itufim was one of the calmest Time from Work.S .
countries that now 'lurvw good: roiula. M. Lane & Son
region; of the north It Is our duty toImprove nnd most ecjuiible of mortals. Nobody
Bald Judge. ; John II. :Scott' president of
us far as wo can the coiull- hud ever seen him excited or Impatient. ,
the Oregon: Jood Itoads association, ut SENT FREE TO ALL.To .
But there came a time Unit tried him.
t 'inn here, which are even now linletiHiinibly -
recent l'olldl'om'l'ution in that ntnt .
a 250;) WASHIXGTOX STKEET NEW YORK.
Tim" furnace lu tho basement of his> ,
Tlio Impni'timce of making better better than In most: parts'
house was working bIHIt ". He hud been the thoiinan, upon tlimimimlH of ruptnre.1C"o.u
public highways plumld 1 appeal I to us f the earth, says County Knglneer Me1 experimenting:.: with a nl'w'lIrlulY of | who have worn tniHHHfl all tliplr liven and
when we ri'iill/.o that It now costs usus 1 'ilntiH, 'k of Now York. A goner.il! Improvement ." line .lIo'ourIl1(8" the Uteo Method will Southern Fruit and Produce
coal la which there "'all u considerable prove a lIo..o.'I.l Uiion wrltlnir to I>r. \\'t H.
much to trllll"IIOI'llllU' product' from of I the highways will 1 benefit proportion, \ of ""slack" and It did not Rice, liTOfl) :Main tlt..Ao. N. Y., lie will freely
our farms to our shipping', points by the largest number hi '.... (."..lIvaftnd "
\ many WII. "' ''''1110 be burning. He threw open ... a trial of hi*
water 1I11111'IIIIIIN it tloes to have them \but to none will It lie of more directbonollt the door of the furnace! thrust tlio end ,. '"' ''a.d: ... bv mail no Oorc.: issioc.: erchants.::
carried tl'OIlMilitl to tho than to the fiiriner. i can' tent it InI
points marKets of a long! poker deep Into the smoUler- \ \ :: own home.M .
of, the world. However the Increase It In not only the advantage! In saving lug miins and otlrred It up vigorously.Tho ,tint he imukwuril FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
tliu of time and lu cost of nlxitit writ
in prices hauling actually\ money tninftHAVLtNU result M-US startling.! A fierce \\1 tn\f.\ Hmtieinhnrltcontn ''
done Is. by no means tho only 1 loss resulting burst of llaine nnd smoke' cumo forth III' tJ.i }*ni no1 hi MICto
'.! : try thin Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
by reason of had roads. The i to"'I..r.
not only enveloping' Unclu Rufun. but .. ful! method.W. -
loss of pcrlMlmhlo \products tl'OIlwnut blowing out the Hue caps lu tho roomsabove I \'\, ,. I III f .M. /Hl (ger, a
of access to markets l. tho failure to and the t(, .l\,, \ I won known poultry
filling house with soot!
\
in a 11 waa rupturotl -
reach markets when prices\ are good and II!lh(.... 'Or '...,: h,.'' sixteen Hodges <& O'Hara

and the failure to raise. products. that In the midst of the excitement Undo I -, '._- I trims years,on tried the every marker ,
would lie markotiiblo If markets wero Kufus came up from the basement with -_ I partly nimleup ...Manufactuters and Dealers In...

rift! always! accessible add many millions hU UMinil .slow nnd regular !>tcl'. Ills -j J'6'i I I i IHH wind to uni -
1\\\ IIorl;(> the! tinnier
to tho tax of bad roads.My fnce was black: with grime, his eyebrows I ......\. j." I or\ Hti hy oierat1initvheu I]lie!greatettt Itt :Std, CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER,
J of tho
stiidy highway problemlias nnd eyelashes were singed' ti> a of KIH <|
> led nm to I..II.thllt our greatest crisp, ami<1 what win left of bU hair 1\1 r. W. :-II. 1II1I1I"r. I ho trieil the hlRT.'ft Oracge Hox Jleads Fruit and Vepetable Crates Mouldings( Shnfle! | ete.
and Immediate needs aro money and, nud board was a sight to behold. Methoii. : }Iii ill n..wc"ro.1" Mills\ and office located at Buffalo Uluff Fla. Write us for prices !""i Mw
,
Mr Ilitfiicr' oa'o ; "1 tried 1>r. ItU-e1* inethoianil
I
IIYlltl'm.'Ithuut funds" we can have lie went to a mirror and took n good it curtitl ni... I dul not |OH" a
no system, and without system the expondlturo :.:- look tit himself. any inoonveiiionce Jlinxtreils of mj
,,' frlttmU know tho wonderful fuct tlutt tills re
of funds: for highway' Improvement : ""-uIII." he said slowly and deliberately murk.Mo nimhoi) nnd I certainly fon
:: : I"'I";'
thankful, : : :*' WANT EVERY GROWERIN
will but little enough to itiy exfurloiirti.I MrHltfirer
ii r bring/ us: returns "I wns nei-ding a sharp, nil' a i liven at Cluy UII. !h.. Car and any one
and our SIICI-CHM. at road building .t haircut nnywny." cim write him and leiirtt his exvTleni'o., '
will be' measured I by the extent:':\ of the ,' The thoiimiiulH, of tenrlmoiiiala received t>y pr THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS !
... Rice mean more than mu-h expr.*.Hion. U""lOlly
application\ that we shall make of those ., ., JllIo..... F..r....... do. A ,perron inyv take a nie two and J :Stone' forests III'tlllllll I In various lI"ot well. He wonUl probably recover IInyw..y.
thingsmimely, money system. '
/(tut a rupture in a break of the nium'lett' 11.1, "FLORIDA. OIt.\XGES.-A book of special Interest to Orange Gro"i. "i".
What good would It do to place ..... parts of t tlie world. 1 In many cases I imnfflnatl venires. The' cure nitmt IIHtfa1i1ii
o'I
f : ; : "
a great sum of money in the 11111,11 they are hnrdcnc-l by some peculliirlty who and t'lilt In rionbt tho. fiu'e.that of this tliouniindH wonderfulItlue ofxiehcnren "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES. -Booklet on "3oil" Varieties,

of a county rourt and n lot of road 1 of th<> iitmoMpliereiind\ are found standing Mothod will itenuunontly cure even the and Fertilization. 1.1-
BupcrrlsotH who take but' llttlo or uo COTTON ON A GOOD HOA1 Just us they were when clothed wo r t r"I>tllrell. "IRISH POTATOES."-Booklet on "Soil Seed PlantlnR and Cult, n '".

interest in the study of highway Improvement portatlon. but lie *MiJu.vs us wi-ll us nny- with green foliage thousands, of years feet of Fertilizers, Digging and Shlpplnp./ .

? In Much un event u great t body havliitf thlnttH look well. nil.I. Ifimprmcd ago. Tho Llttlo Colorado river, lu "I'I EAl'Pr.E FERTILIZERS. special Interest to Pineapple ,...ert.

deal of It would< Ire foolishly expended' rouds. iniike1lit country more .\Arizona has long been famous) as a THE "IDEAL FERTILISERS."-Book showing all our different Brands.. AD.il?>11

nud but little good would bo uccompllHluil 'I lioniitlful ami t-m-ouniKe the sociability I locality for mich Ih"lot one place Price Etc.

I In tlio Improvement of our high of t-hurch NcliooU, ntfrtalniuoiits andfriendly moro than 1..VM: cords of solid rtoue HASBROUCKMOTOR. .
tinMS.
New and revised editions of tbe above seut for <
ways.Ileforo. Intercourse, nnd tlierrtiy innkcliluidolf tree trunks. sections, limbs nnd logs Just! published free

many of the county court.* and wHo and Krrls more contontcil wero found by the government surveyors. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANYJACKSONVILLE. -

and road supervisors shall be equipped and attriu tlie boys to stay in Most of them were sUIclded. .

so they cnu carry on this work na It liulept-ndi-iu-e on tlu> furm.' lie 1'lIllllltor.1 many seven to ten feet In diameter FLORIDA

xhoulil l 1'0> tlicy will have to make a to puy well for the Rood roads. It nnd from twenty to eighty feet STARTS EASIKK, RUXS STEADIER,

better study of the road prol>l.'m. Pe- nctHls no iirKiiiui-nt today to prove that lii height. Geologists say! that" the OIVKS: OHEATEU EFFICIENCY

fore tho people will be able to settle thi-BO' rvsults do follow. petrified trees of tlio Little Colorado and lines IF YOU WANT A...

down upon some general plan of permanent It U a common observation that when wero once covered with marl over
highway Improvement nnd Buffer a atrot't. N Improved In the city ono 1.000 feet In depth. Some of the trees' -LESS OASOLIXK:

their property to IH> taxes for iuinioillate result Is to arouse tlie residents liavc- been <'hanged' to jasper and bare per Home

ruouRh money to defray the expenses:.: un that street to tlx up tliolr lots assumed. \ 1 various lines; others resemble Power tlian any other Kaglne made.V .Building Lot

of construct In K tho right kind of highways ; and so raise tlio character of tho nclictiliorhood opal and when broken open the core \\ continually demonstrata this. .. ,

nnd allow proper legislation, to be ami It li the same on n country li: often found lined with (crystal*, of

enacted to enable thU wwrk to be currleil road. The strongest force In our thll most bountiful tints.Hrllrnt Commercial sizes 8 to 300 Home Power.
on as It xhould bo they will have soi-lnl 1I'IIIf'1IIH public opinion nnd, Special Light High Speed sizes from or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPAXCY,
.
to make better study of the highway I the public opinion which Impels us N> >)>.. "fI...t of KrrTle*. SO to 12.10:; Horse Power. LAND FOR AN ORAJfOE GROVE
problem.So' not tlmt of distant regions but the commondutlon "llah .In,'(', old fl'l. I was wanting to TRL'CKWe ARD '\
i see you. you know. I had bad riNEAPPLE PLANTATION or
Just nay
or condemnation of
IIl'n it is education that Isneeded our
you by our people' K"'II"I'IIII11.011 a neighbors! and townsmen.fnmt man cull you tip lit your apartments, Benj. W. Jerome probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.
but got no IIII00Wf'r.ot:' home. I *"
tow general principles tlmt must lieoesMnrily ?" suppose STATE AGENT, Settlers are flocking in but still there U room.v"a)

It now J.o\'l presents rn tlilsi Itself highway and not problem so much as! The ixKid.t o( I turn of I the Tr..n"I.raUon.country ure theavemira "Oh yes, dean boy. Hut you know WEST PA1.M BEACH FLORIDA.FOLEDIIONIYAm looking this way drop a line to

about the details of the work Just at of the |inwM| >rlty of the whole my man doesn't like to answer the JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vie -rre d ".
country. Tliey tire to large of phono when I am thcan myself. He
this time. \Vliat we neoU now more n body
than anything else U to have a tlie ix-ople the connecting link between says! It puts him too much In the light TAR FLORIDA! EAST COAST R'T

Hve good roads enthusiast whose business them and ('h'lI 1.11lion.:. They are. of of serving man. don't cher know .top* ta.e coutf t> and beal_luntf_ ST. ATJOUSTINE. F IJ
and of course. I could think of doing
vital luiportnmv. The condition not
It shall be to hold meeting and present
should 1'0 a source. of mortification\ It 1II.lf when he's theah. old fel."
have a heart to heart talk with the FOLEnJlONEYAImTAR -FOim
farmers and Inmluesii men of our couur to the nation.\ Nearly every oth..1'v.\ replied Spondrlte.- -Cincinnati Comwr- ONIYAm T R-f nriKIDNIYler

lllzml nation baa taken\ hold of th t cia! Tribune. 6 rM CaU*| Prevent Pnumaal. ...It.,,..,,, ..,.. ....... .'. ,.f.. 1Iak.. K1.IMJ..1I4 B..d"lr.

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- -professional Cards. Notice of Intention to Apply I LOW RATES. few yenrs l Is. pxpecteil to hnve junior( .i.wuQVI

: : GIANT PANSIES. wlvo*. The chief wife has Ih,' superintendence -
fur Letters' I'ntcut. -- I of tho others. /and I look'
\nn "R7 '..... etmlan. 1... 8ou li..rn nail.ynoth 4_
Nivclnl
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AI. li. V.c ril.iit l l"I.MltI.n: I. lifter the household. Thepunlihiiicnr _
Gy.o. M. ROBBINS, "Vf OTITE In licrclvy elvfii that the iimlemlitnod "Set'" 'lliiiir Kour I ....h". .%rr.mn.Dlil "'* East .".! W'p"t"i Blip Inflicts. for |nInoB, !1'4' to l I'-' i' | ,|li the

:, X> "' 111'1'1,1\] t h.. ()""' rtinr nt th State of > >u ,'v 4'I' Mi11 I'l 11i4y' in largo, a* '1'>vi. 'rrlLaJs! Daily Eivnt. Leave ..11I'kI Junior wife from her menl/ until himgor -2"
: A'I'TORSEA D COUXSELOUATLAW. Klorliin, UIIKII Ih,' Kith ilny for L.tttr, Iflr4llt upon tile pmpiweil .:'lmrterof ,uui.i: ,\-er? It i'''" nttiMid tb> up- I lion v 11I11 J:10 1\. m., and 7:55:\ ; p. m. brings' her to her senses. If a

- i "Kureka: KNIi ('.nnimny" lioreto atcuclmd.CIIARTKK. \. III-IM ,'!liiutt: Itoi$ nnd t'hirh oxposltlony \ \ :* I4jr.:! ;-ATLANTIC CITY N. J.. and junior wlfo U obstreperous silO Is' put _

: Kin practice i in State nnd United :States I 1 nv .ul at't' thotMii-iilH n.< lariic. a-\S tilt return. On si,,lo daily limited I Oct. :'It.\ In a 111111"lode..
i Court. Thi'Ho Artluton WIMioKoftli that the umlvrolirneil : Tlm ItlIhIsy tOI.7.:%-HAK HAKMOR\ ME. and 10turn. The iintliorlty of n chief ,wlfi Is not
Clark" Jotirnnl.
1. Hint
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IH
Iwve ,,
aanoriiitvil tliHinnplvuii ther to form
ti> limited l Oct. 81.
FLA.D R nnrpnrailuii) unilur the UIWH ul the State ofKlollila. will ftir tho tlst tlniu l III t'NIuoi4il::| 1)11 history . On suit dally a mutter to Jeit with. If n Junior wife
Office at TITUSVII.LIS, $51.10; -SAIIATOUA JSl'KlNtSS: X. Y., gets' unruly I the whipping post Is thistle
ARTICLE I. 1 r.irin un liiii' irtniit |1"II.t or tlio ilci- and return. On sale dally limited Oct. lids' of. This does not annoy her 1"1',1.for .

QAULDEN Th. niiino of the Corporation thnll lie "KuroknFlHli irntlmlipuio I of tlio fair. K\l>orlpiu-e ;\\1.
L. African, hnve little "1'lIllnll'ntror
| Cninpany" ant iw "rh..l"all/a..e..f l."mlnims tins shown that tlu tllmiitp of Or..ol1.'hl" , *::17.0\ (>-WASUIXtJTOX. D. C., 111)1 ro- IIH I
will hq at TltiiKvllle. Jtrevartl (:'aunty. tuin. Ou side dally i ; limited Oct ;.Ml. their wives nnd feel nono for their.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ..rhill. \\ '!. /crows wliwit II lit I other turin Junior wives. They are lila. <'huhIttt'I4.hssvlusg .

..r"tlcoln..U, tbe Courts of the I'It.ate'' Alfl'RI.K U. IIIM .ui-t'' lu wumlorfnl p'roilljf.lllty. : Is I Two trains, two routes dally "',...1. the, Miiuio VII iiio ns his cuttle. / Lucas
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L| I fl-tii)Y\ .ila. and the United States Courts.Ho g..iii.rI The purnosomit| t'1 Inn I.IIMIII.-M till<. ami Corporation tn rntch|t.bnv to do Ciii H I.n eiiiiiillj/ I wi'll iiiliU't'-'l I t-. I tho ixaw\ ormi- Leave Jaokm>nvllle ; :1\: o. m., 7:55: ; p. in. perhaps, .less. When a man Is pressed.

235. T1TU8VILLJS FLA. Hhln:: :anil ilnal In all 1 I mile: uf Flxl), and to ownanil nipiitul I It less viilnahlo tlowors.Kimi'H fJO.:! 10-LOUISVII.LK:, KY., and inturn. for money' lie, usually 1 sells. his M'lfn I mid Paints M
I tlnli liuutii anil. iinil tn I leiiwoanil tli> '
IaiiiIiue.
npernrn > 110limitedAUK.
Mooin, lu rIOtOUS vrofiwlon Clckeis on sale July :! cultivate -
them to
not his cuttle. lie expects
hire thu lug lioitts ami untlltH. anil deal intlttli (Tinted Glean)
) rwlno anil hut., ant, ponoral" nuuplleH for Jell rouiul I In Orlgnl 11I\(1 i'ort lit Ill, 10. the .mill ant cut down th(' trees. ,
,I. WEBB, llBhlni anil cutflilinr, vhlppmic' unit i-rllmn all luis gtlliiMI tlio' muni'\ of tho HOMO City # IH( MOVTEAOLE, TKXN., mulrobIn. nnd vheu he t'tuls time or has the In t. arcs the most economical (
kuulH of tlHh. anil tn imilii anil fish h."a.a.
own 0 7.
July 14, 15, 1", ,\n//(. A. ,
I iliifkn ItntttM .,,,1 other! fur ratchlntf on this ncromit. Hut tho ilovolojimeiitof \
uppllaniiKs dlnllt Ion he IPI14I''n., >. f paints Can
ill. Extension Oct. :III.\ you _
ATTOUXEY-AT-LAW lI.h.IIII.1 ito all anil i Limit. AiiR.
to tiunKH "o"'Mary lrol".rf..r the ptin.v. l hi tuoro r<" '('lIt.n <'llttgetk '
- In the Courts of the 7thtrcIIIt tlm Il\1rrn..o..f i-ou.liiutnii( !; a Itoll..ra tlmt tlio $4,1.0.CH1OAUO, ILL., and return. .: use. They contain
practice !
\V' ImBlnpHH. ami all I liave I the anilprlvlliimo I 1'iirtlnml llorNt. thlnliliiK .. .
ni> all 1 power On aisle, daily Limit Oct. 3 I. 1ini>r Tlnw Ol"l ItunilK.Krennonlly
|' Taxoa paid for non-rosklonts atr"nl..1 to mirh norporatlotm iiinlnrthe I'liniiitc 1 1It1.1 I KOll 1 comlltloiH sh mid favor I and I lie r2 only the best mate-
and accounts collected. iHwnof lit.. Htuti'of Klnrlihi. which ale n'''c''''- ..':. .':\-HOT SPRINGS, AUK.. re- old roads can _
oel 1 rents I Hury aol propttr' for thu tiurpotitiii. of Its liicoruration. >> the II'.I'bpnl' <'lIt i of tho I pl-int: I Imjiortcil ; tIll ,, On sale .July 18, Aug. 1-15, Sept. ed nt very little added cost.' "Il11l'rn"1 I rials, cover better |

'( FLORIDA.A. i from nil pnrt' of tho worlil the I 5-1; I III.! limit CO lays exteimlon 1)0 d.iys.; American \ rll.'t11tllrlt. !:
AUriCLK: III. I with the
amount
of tho tlowor. Thoso \ Cms. ervico a hi carlo.Sleeping .-i. same
vhoU-pHt Hi>ocliuoim Dining/ drain 1 by using tile and render iv '' .

0. rENNET, rattan The amount IH liMn li,i>if 1.1'hit: .oaiiltal., 1/ to stock hn Ten!of this Thoimitiiillioliar corpi: : rtinvrcnt, vnrlotloH voro' Improvoil by : Car rescrvatlous and detailed 1 1I Plllcipiit 11i.' "1)4')1) 111t'hl'1411""; the r.1 of paint, look better, _

*. to lirt ,illvlilftii'' linn One llunilriil feiharari, nrtlllcinl (tiltiVI I loll. I) flit It wit found' I Inform.tttoii clieoi fully fnrnl..huil uponapiilicatlon. sl.les. Cnrefill attention I to th(' 1'011.1Rurl.n. Si endure longer and
of the par value r>f I In.l1I1I.lrA,1, Liollitni e""h.MI..I Passenger olllce 10S West _
whli-h I HtiifkHliall I ha In >- that ""1111' fi'U'tl..* especially mlnptodt ". .... keeping It smooth and free
ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V, ntiltal| tail pni| ll.iy ::;Street, Telephone) :\. .1 keep their tin .
i.rty, liilnir or ncrvlciiN at a j oct valnntlon to ha ( life In rtliiiul. Tlio florist has devoted will result In m.irVed : ; appearance
; I: ; : J. C. I.USK:: Dlst. I'asx. Agt., from hollows very
vl.r.K FLORIDA. nxuilht I lie Mimnlor ulrortor ol thin Corporiitlon I 1'I..I"I'.t. of i //fIo Ion "'
the
,JTI at a inutiLiir iMilleil for that ptirpomi.AliriCLKIV. . hiM nttPiiHon to JackHonvlllo. Kla. Improvement. Sand I1llIllt'II\'d ixiM er.r" .

WII' practice In all the courts of the 7th thee for SBveral yonr... nnd. tho pnusy -- - ed to n clay\ road will often niako, I It) I Jtist tell you inter to _ _

Judicial Circuit. Tho term fir which thin n>rpnratl"n shall ei.l hint Improvod womlorfnllv inulor hli EXAMINATIONS.County n11I'h'It.I'. it its! clay mlded I toI nnii'1 1 use Liifas J'. i I
FALL
l lot nli.ill I "liaiHi( ) nlni'ty I nln I viare from the ilute ('11 ro. road freiMiently li. of great boneflt. Killing John Lucas & Co
of tliH iHKimix'e' ill' letters Piitunt.AIIT1CLKV. mmilior>
I.imt. luinnnor th'rf wero nny hollows IK. one of tho most elYeetlM.1
r A M K3 4KJ ANDnEW.s, Inclien 8 Ill of Public Instruction Phlladcll'l1t.r .. _ _
: or Ill>1..0111.. four I ncros Superintendent met IKHS! of Improving roads In u rough/ et. ,

1 ATTORXE .A T.JA W, The l Iiielnus. of thin pnrporatlun. uliiill ho rondiiutail oven bettor, results. are expected.. \ Thero John H. "Walker has an nollnCesl country. The soil I Is, easily drugged Into :\ ,:

anil a 1I.I..r liv. a \"h..t.. Thrwa jiirartori TrHiiHiirer. ., anil anil",Ai...h>rritnry othi.rollliMTH will ho ..,ISI1 ]>1\11"- phuitrt sc-t out In I that the fall examination applicants for the hollows and the grade lit/ thua> inn- .V: Son
of St Lucle County. beiN In vnrlou i>nrtn of tho pxponltlouRrouiulM Sold by .Ti M. 1'rUflinrd ;
< otiuty Judge aidiit niul Ht-rvants an tho Hoard of positions teachers the public srhools terlully reduced.!
l ii lrecti"r nhall, from rlma tn time iluein ailvlsabla. to eonipeto( In popularity with I I TltllNVlllV, 1.'ln.q .
J'rovhli'il. , the ottluoof Hurrotary nnd. Trnannrer of Hiovard county will be held Ttuistliy, .
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Four I'IKKCK FLA. --- -- -- -- - --- ---
may Imholil nv tlm iiaiiia perann'ho Ll- I the over popular I )rs'gols/ roip.
rurtorH ,,Hlinll ln clcrtuil Ity tile Htot'k-holilurft\ nt --- Weilnemlay and 'll uruiday, September
their Rlu"nlll1..othllC tn ho lielil' on tile Klriit 5th; Oth' and "tli. Will ::t\/.I C_ O Gxi. fif
,
QTErIIEN E. FOSTER, Ttiesilay In Octohur. each year anil the HI roc; DEWBERRY VINES.An booksto
list of the text
tills so oluotml slufcll, uleut on tha mime hay from The following Is a
,._) their nttmhfr a Prenhlunt, Herretarv RII't' Traaaurer be used as a basis of tho j eptemher .xito o.c..d. :
: :
: := :: Fo.porho.c..ger.1M .
ATTOlt EY-AT-r.AW nut until I th. fIrst I1lum,1, moot hilt In l>ntoliHr IiiKnl..u ! ,.IiI/I:/ ,hlir..h l: ll.lillilen I shall. he Irei.iIiint.' I.. Tlirm I boo Vrnr It.......1. Word Lessons
Jyal-Upchurch Building, .lax. W. , 'Irevmrer. anil An'lrew .1.) Ot'thojraphv-Heed'il '
trifils. shah! l he Hecrutarv I ho pnwerii ilmli'n The dliiKrani, shown II sketch of my (:J5!; cents) by M.iynard 1\1"1'1"111 & Co., I.f YT() A. l<'LOUm.All .\.
JACKSOXVILT.K, FLA. and\ oblivatloiiA of Haltlollloer.. shall. ha pre un Ii. [Inn of training/ tho dowberry, saysIlnrnI n New Yoik.Keading.

eil llnnnl hv\ of the Dlrartorn.Hv-law, The to ha Cotnpeniiiitloii,approved,, hy to the lie I :Now Yorkor correspondent. l'"lR- -Any standard author will klmls of hl igts and lloiiho riilntinK, Pnpei hanging! Etc., promptly attended

tmlil' hv the Ciirpnnitliin, to the Secretary a",1'I.roo..r. 1 rcpresentH. the dewberry vines train- ant a or. to at any |1.loco l nn tlio Kits: Count. A I large staff of. I'rIIOlhlllllUt111 employed<.l to do1'Kici
for 'OIl v It.".. renilureil, to the t'orporatlon Composition Butler's School English; thin kind (if woilc.
IHEA.VEN month p l to n wire. tightly drawn betwoeii>
REVEALED.By shall lint ""00-,1 Simi on per to each <
except hv tlm iiiiiinlmonii vote of. all the stockholder two nitchoroil )joists II t eiuN of row ((75 cenia) by Amerioau Book Company,
of the Corporation.. New Yoik or AtlantlI .
I; It. with central POSt C. This, wire, Arlthmetlo-lIl1lne'" Standard (H5 cts.)) : LIST or-
ARTICLE VI.
BENJAMIN FISKE BARRETT. A A, In put up In the spring( / and the by American Book Company.

l !i pp.. :>J x7 Inches : Large Typo : The I to MtfliftftA whli-h amount this Corporation.of tndehteilno'shall at nr any llalilllty vines tiro rulseil, tip and, thrown over It English! \ Grammer-Metoalf's (iH) cents])
tlma niihjurt I tiol f, shall he ten thuIIOIIIII-lt"l. nil tied! on If neooHHiiry leavlnjr the by A mci loan Hook Coin puny. Eureka Wine & Liquor Co.

Fine Cloth. lars. No I liens.. .tnortgiir. ) or other eiiounihrunCIH .- /:I'OIllHhnr... lieuonth, where tho sprouts United States History-Field's Oram- ,
shall he ire t.I liy the corporation or e eonteil .
against the firuporty of tha. uorporatlun for next year's, crop ('II II Krow anil be mar School ($1)) American nook Com

j For a limitei! period this book is offeredat without rrtMldent.the ounHHiit of anil signature of the trained BO Ill to lip under the wlro, out pany.Florida. History-Oreen'sor Falrbank's Tlio (] r'ISouthern Mnll Order I I olice.

ARTICLE Y II. of the wny of cultivation.
trade 50 cents. (U.by:!:\) II.V.. H. Drew Company,
raees, The names und rnvlilnni-es, of. the snhscrlheriiand When the lierrles> nre nil picked, ions.en Jacksonville. Express Prepaid. Full Quart Measure.

with \0 runt postage for mallHIT.CONTKNTS. the fulluwii amohiitof Stuck snhMcrlhed ror lIy ouch the wre.! .A A. nt lioth pndH, first U"o rapliy- Uedway'8 Natural Advanced -------- .
are as :
(fl.by!: ) American Hook Coinpuny. i'6r o'our Six Pel'Oallolll
JoI"' >lII. RK..U'.K.. M> OKSIIAIIRM Pig.I I Quartet Quartet, Casoiitohllt'
: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
I tile Origin! of Angels./ -The Essential Nature ofI n.I I,. (Ii tilhoii. . Tltusville I Florida,. 2 PlnirniI. -. A A I'liyslology-Coleman's Elements olno !'I'lvllto Stock . . . . . . . . . -U: t-!( II I itt) -fli (tlO flJ 1 : 00
..W. I(silo Florid., .HI Shires.
I Hoavcn',:..-Character of the AnguIe.TestIiioitIf Andrew J. (irlfllH TlttiHvllla'1'itiisvllle, \ florlda'.. :I.! Shares. ( cents) by the McMillan Company) Hatchet' Thl\t' Whiskey . . . . . . . . . .1 110i 00 IJ 1111 1:1: '7SIhittchett's
I 8'rl..tnre.-Tlle. Sure Way to Heaven.-1'ractl- Atlanta. Old Hye. . . . . . . . . . . . H 20 :3 J 20) 4 811) I n (ill
| ul TiMidonoy of this Disclosure.--Environment STATIC -r.R/nA'1 Civil Government-Koynton's School Eureka N. C. Apple lirandy . . . . . . . . . ..J747i: / 7(111( ) UflO
(
j In H.-aM'ti, and What Determines U.-Society la In iiarson" cuine before ma. l>. L* Oailhlen.1 L.W. Civics (t) linn & Co., Atlanta. N. (J. Apple Bran.ly. . . . . . \ I.. . . . . a 2\: a 2)! 4 8n n 70ElIrohia
I lloiuon. A Heaven for the Non-Christian Kulle and Andrew .I Urillln. each 1 :of whom, ; Algebra-White's :School ($1)) by American Malt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1110 .IIHI( HUG 12 (10
I World. Are Earthly Relall..nhlpsC..lltiollttlllo nc-knnwledK
.iiton? Meeting' and Keungnltlim of Friends the ,purpiman the and satno uses therein IH IIIH expressed.In act and duoilfor . Fig. Physical Ooography-Tarr's New (f]) N. O. 1'0.ch, hiraisdy . . . . . . . . . . . 11/./;; a\!: 4 8i; II 70i'nreka

In the Hereafter.. -Personal Appearance. of the witness wliarmif: I have f Hlxed my :hand by the McMillan Company) Atlanta. : N. U. COI'D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . :a 21; ::1:4\: : -I 8S; I 9>> Ti)

Annuls.) -Itejiiveuesoence ami Growth In Heaven and. otMulal. neat, thin the 2nd day of Anirust, A. Theory and PrRetlIO-Cour..e of Htudy .lrllklt: N. n. Corn, XX. . . . . . . . . . . :I on :3 I (5)I) r,1I() I>)> OS()

Holmes and )Homes In Jeaven.-Jarlllellt. I I> liMit.Notary's Seal )I WlMtBIX B. II IIASS''''''. Z B".. .Mf.1,:ZQ..'. _..Cr.: :' :<.....:,:.,:r... ,,", 4:1 and Method of Teaching by Prince (:*!1)]) Eureka: N. O. Cern XXX. . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7\: :2 71) .t U 8 ::11)\
I In Heaven -Children III H..vollSex. anil Marrluije I I -InlAy"uhltn., t. linn A Company Atlanta Eureka; N. e. XXXX. . . . . . . . .. . . . 2 rill) :i ro :J 7Ji 7 roOlel
III Heaven. Work In ll..avolI.--The TliraeHiiAvimii. My o"nmla.lon expires the 8th day of Fnliru- TUB DEWnEBRY. These books be had of most book Crow )J'1U1 bon till) rill \ 1':1 150lIel'mltlllle
A. Ji. TBAJXI.vn may . . . . . . . . . . . . .I .1 17;; :
..and Hi">w Relllte.I.--lteroaII'r"lre.a: In ary mm. no-5t I'lIltlll'; ofT the old vlnoH niul l hy mean dialers In the state or from the publisheis Ityc . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . r.n.I) .1 riO() 17\ ;; 13 I'm(
Ht>a\tin -ConaiKilatlon of Angels with: Men. on receipt the price. Sunny Brook Hye. . . . . . . . . .. .'; . . . . a 7;; ::1 i 75 r (11; 11 30
Notice of Klcctlon.llOAUDOK of this nlrp OIK mnnI t paoh end, the The only change made In the list from Sunny Bruuk MII"r Maah . . . . . . . . . . . :3 7.; ::1 t 7.l; ri 11\; 11 30

ADDRESS old vlni'M lire pulled nwny from the the books lined as n basis for the spring Edit' i'lI\I'lnrt.; . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .liO .. iis\; 1\\ 1111) 1:01: 7i:

now vlnpit, now spreiul out on the examination are those on civil government Silk\ Velvet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. n (00 rii) 7 8/\/ itS 70Oltklnnl.

THE NUNC LICET PRESS (1 I HIT HltEVAUIl' 1'ITHLIC t.'OIJNIV INSTRt'CTlOX, Kl.oltlMA. ground; Ilicu l Iy strulKhtenlnff olin end and on theory and practice.Tol _. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :3 711 41i0 1OIl\ 1fl5)
42 WEST COULTER STREET. of Ih In WiN and pulllnff at (he otlior
Tltnsvllln Florida June SO, 1009.
PA.
PHILADELPHIA. In eonrormltv to rhupter 4 ns, No. IT, I.aw ofHllll end yon ('Ill "'ital IIy pull the wire out I'rlntlntr.Do <;iu from 1j4 U..lic) to $a.lC) por (Jullon Delivered.
)\ Hlatoof Horlda, the Hoard of I'uhllo In- from tli.. old vlnoH und leave them botwo .
Dtrnrtlon of lirevnril, riorlila.' Have twelve Ishels of Ilatohett's. I'rlvate Stunk and secure a hnttln fren. Save twelve labels of
I HO XO'I' FAIL TO SEE THE \VAI.too county herebyorders .
the where be .
they can .
n roww Ilatuhiitt's anil hottle Have 'lahels
that a special election be held on TIII .- that at the At OIllly. secure a fren. twelve oUllLtnholt'.1'hlLt'a Whisky and HWcure
the fact >
Self-rocking Tackle Blocks at Jas. (duy Anicnst" Htli', lIMIt, In special Tax BrjioolUlstrlnt etiHily forked Into heupn alit! rarrled not forget a Imttln hell rUva twelve lahiils (if Kureka N. U. Corn: anti secure ..IIIIUIII free. Have twelve
: :?lo. 1, Hrevanl county' Florida; said i:: VOCATK office, Tltusville, we do job lahelsnfUureka, N. (I. Apple llraiuly' and secure one bottle fr..... Have 'WOIVlllah..IHOrJ.llr.'klL I .: Male
!I'rltohard & Son's store, Tltusville, election to be v4riind ns tnlliue and ilntlen ofolllcers off ,the ground, Ic-nvlnff everything out sill seen re one hottltt free. I'rl"oo..f all I icooils lioiiKlit at company's store are Tile per gall,,,, lees tha"
Fill Thousands of them selling weck- thereof as provided. for In tho general of the way ate HII la Fig.! 2, and the printing/ all kinds, neatly cheaply and! when. .11I1Iv<", ,,tI. No barge for J., [whisk" iMinnivr, ii rulyage. All of lilY bottle am full I Iiobscure
elecrlim laws of rii>rlda. All I stsnilaril hramls of hoc solil over my liar nt Hints pur drink 111
iv throughout: the North. They are The purpose of this special election are for new vliiPH ready for the winter mulcli. expetlltlously. Letterheads, Notcheads, All whites <|imtml on al'III..tlon.|>| : _
'Itted l with the Walton-Vlnton Roller tha I: planned elontors, MCiMirdtiiK; : : to Hertluil s, If deidred the pontfi. It li, can bepullol Ilillhoada, Envelopes, Tags, and all other Leaves. ft fur you.
Chapter 4H7H, N... 17. Laws of l 11111:1.i: State of KlorIdii !
''tearing--one of the best Invention in 1 to vote upon rho ihlest loll of 1ev,hog a 8peclul up nnd Hot away In the dry, )kinds. _ _ _ _ _ EUREKA WINE &
'J"Lx..1 Three MIIN for the tnrm of one year rcmly' to drive down In tile prlntf. Thehullllr LIQUOR COMPANY
'li) "*"irld) bo at the .
1\lo.yalso seen ami .f One Mill for tho second year upon. the .
wlrvs., Y V which are nnohored ,
WOMEN MUST KNEELTOMEt
taxable nroterty within the of said
Any, ) ATB: office. SpecIal: Tax School, DlHtrlct, for: TIHe 'III., to a Htonn underground, numt be at- ii:; Vest lay Street .rackHoiivlllc, ITlu.us. .

- line of the puhllo free schools.' therein and the tiu-hi'd to tho top of the pOHt uo It can !. th. law .%lii..niv Hfiisiy "1'rll I Mt .>fr.nmt . .
; election of throetrnntees silt district. -- - -
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I The boiiii'arles of lintrlit No. I. Is the name ho removed when you wl..h to take tile : ('vulriilfrl. ... -

d gweS : as adopted when said at the district siaclal was election orf lnallv held termed June 18th and postS up. Tlipno guy wires would. lie Men I In I .\ti-Ic-u nnd I I'Mpeclully\, I I In etixt :E:1'-1-: E: :::JbSVINSKII i:;:<:>'"rI-IEF: : : : ;:!:;;.

t'v, 1'KII.! the only thing loft on the KfounJ central. Afrli-n! licliovo! that their women 1'lInNI': .- J'1'\JlI.IHIUU;"' ; JIIMII'
: AII'I".lIflelvller residing within a district through the winter. In the drive tliclr I and "
spring Inft'i'lorH
e ( aro in.iny: ( ('hi-
> time lilly a tax on real or pennon. property In \ '>, WIMH, OINH ANn UItANf) ': .
;S Q W (1)- Haul district. are entitled to vote at the electionIn down the posts, t tretrh the wire A A. tories ngo, HII>'H (1111I Chicago Trlbline \
o >4 .00 the district In whloh they leslde. nnd UKnlu truln the vines by lifting niiidr law that IIIIK Itself --- ----- --- ---
they u worn
g.g The Hoard of "I'nhilu Instruction of Ilrevardoountv Express Prepaid. Lomp's Boor
P 8- Florida, ...111111..0& t.. canvass tile retninsof them over the wire, awl In thlx way one Into II ftiHtom that women miMtacknowledgi I'er to..
' Maid special election' on Monday, August 14th wlro and the HIIMK poHt rnn let Used tliU by iilwayM kneeling Pull junrt in nsura. .I Qt' u Qt* \'Ujtnllnntlnir KalHlair, llnei1. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . f t 'M/
= ; IIM' ] ('liii, Rye . . . ':'J un .4 nu '7 (MlNiilPloi. Mxlra; I'lilo' . . .. . . . . .. . . . .. . . . Ill*
: The followliiK' persons are. hereby appointed and tile lest> poHslblo' condltionH bud, ",11t'11 lli<>) iin'ct, u num.Maciliinald : (utility llyu .. . . < INI 4M 7 /Ail Hiaiuluril . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i nt
8 CD Inspector and clerks fur thlO election.' for cultivation and fur large, line berII StIff tt Ian spent many I M"'ni'>Kmni Kyn . . . . . . .:am 4 (Ml) S eMIIII..II111.a..I..llye Malt ,*tra il.irk . . . . . . . . . . .. I lit"
School IllHtrlct No. 1.I.artngor1. I I . . . . . .. 37ft l lI.tO. OMKiHlal i.i"rItS It. I,. C | 'H nt less expL'iiHC than any method yeurx 1111I missionary In Unit country! liroiiH. 4 IMI tt (HI Vi Iii linns. Ale lulLs . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . . :'t y%
Gardner A.
b : L. hyzir; |Inspei'tiirni I.. K. Myers, rlark. ; TltIlKVI/IO-W. II. Walker. H N. (ilaiwin, Chas.Fulton I'nai-h. llraiuly . . . . . . . . . ;nn II (ml i u miAppla
liispocton' W, It, Hull, clerk.' wire ht plenty large for thin training degraded/ )poxltlou and are 1"01",1111")1\, ( llrunil/ . . . . .3 7ft IN'I\ "50 Bulk Goods Jugs Free-Not
t.o t. City!I Pohtit.--g.: I K.; Swlnson.$ II. 1". heal, H..bWIII'I1".IOMp.rorR wire. pretty gent-rnlly its beast of burdeucnpiililo llDllaml I III . . .. . . . :u. mi 4 Kit 7 iniiKimvu Prepaid.
(tin . . . . . . ,,
Q W. II Platter Vlork.Ilailover ---- . . .a 71 /ftno (IWI "'
; 'I ...
of doing all the hard work North Carolina .1545 i''e fl l.--ltye, fin. Corn. (lixiil Ornila,
,, Corn.4: M 4 ixi 7 mi
.
T. It. Wm. Watt ,. W, .
Grliris> Inspector! Crook Chpis. If. Nanman clerk. 'he A..nun<>cI.tlD. Prong. When u won mil UI<'tt'lIllY tiiiin 1 tio It Mountain I ..rn. . . . . . . . .B 111I/ HI ,nun/ WI.IMI I I'p. 4iI.-.Itye, Oln, Ciirn, Ito,... blue

((1) .ams.i'A Klierwlne"Canaveral Inspector., t)I. Tuten.! W. C., .1.Peterson II. lloiran., clerk.John You cnn leave the \peony to grow In tier husband\ or a stranger, nt honit or .fnmuli.-a Mitnrnril, Uiini HIIIII. .. . .. .. .. .. . .. "... .... ..1 a W 71) 4 6 ,M lull l 1 II Ml M\ Wl.no" Duality p..r (J I."-Itye, (Sin, Corn, Ruin. Host

., MerrlttsK.* Ke...I. W. R. flundnn, 8. J. the irrusA with total neglect and, It will Oil the road sho Is expected' to "til I'll. flra|," llriuidy . . .. . .. . .. . .:( Tn 5 ,"I ? M\ '. r".lh.* nitiiiey." ,,
$: M 4l"
= > (1111. I II, reach
en Klii ..r "Kniirlion. . .. liar antI AI'I,1elr..y.
Field h.HI.e&orol, II. rltC. Nlshet clerk. "multiply cud blooui. but will not do no |( Kmitncky 711 HIM) HIM) ,
( wiiln"-tbnt IK, to kneel nnd clap her S ./ MullnwHit Air*.
Sort, Sherry' or AIIKI>HO", . . . .. //II) a W T HOAuwtnient !
11. IIARIieSTT/ well with "'.IH' |Mr O..I.-.Vh'lurla' Hjo. Hin'lal
OH cure.STRAY 1)1011.
liaiiiU to tho lord of creation, beINIMHCH.
;. UK ullowrcl on nil K' 'xl.. of .1111I11 ,
|irlce. Hyv. Maillclnal Duality.lLMtIl.TH .
b-1 Jc JOHN H. WALKKH; Chairman.Secfy ..
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Although have - -- -- -
a woman may - -- -- --
anil Co. Bupt. 40
=. < tdnvett of her own, she observes. thinctHtoin 'Vt'Ht A
I r PETALS I whenever she meets them on .
SM i 9 enb WALTON SELF-LOCKINO BLOCKS, the highway -

i cq ..... Patented In all countries. Only tackle A few choice monthly roses furnish Macdonald\ sails, : ""''''pnevl'l'' we saw CS:: :: ._d1.. s. IB ZL-CT, 35s E c&c C 0 .

C'ii1 c a> ( block of the kind l In the world. Fitted exquisite\! bloHHomx until autumn when a woiiiuit. gj out of her way with tIt: .

= 'E > ..... with the Walton-Vlnton Holler till Queen of Flowers\ glee place to Intention of kneeling before in, tliontcli 517. .* ale w. H..r DC., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.t4VA.

o -- : S-S to Hearer. Useful 1 In any place where King rbrymintheinuni. she curried n liundrvtlwelght on her
A Hue new iris of a rich deep blue liead knowing that she, would hnvv. to .,
QIMcO
t; hoisting Is done. With these block
oa1 It f Ith! M touh of gold at the heart Is the get up with It, wo shouted I. 'You ore
do the work of
man can two.
one Prince Camille sic! Kohan. an esrpodlugly liming your way: tlil-t U the path.' and
Thousands. Bold J in the north. Call
n liumUonie flower. she took It, glint. that she might dispense
and Bee them In working order at thin Set:! out the dahlia root In :May. with thin eiiMtciiu." I -4, ]

c2o ar. office or the atore of Jan.. Prltcbard A The lovely tuberose\ In a strong feeder Certain It Ix that If the African woman JWM7irii

... i ... 0B Son TitiisvllJe.e a und like warmth and plenty of kneel* before u stranger or ulitvn .

= SS2 < - -- ---- water while growing and the soil ..II.' pronfraffs herself, mo'tt humbly before .

should be well drained. Set tbe btilbx behiKdinnil, her lord n h.1 master (

) ...:'t...D..,. Ifjouwsntcttb bpt', 055,04 for. /!.rj&M.) tint last of :May or In June about one 110 U tier father, und ,shu IK his child\: IT& [ .

(1 H ; ......r... 'ou. lAbor and . ' Ir.oh Il.s'Li.Iloetoit Im commands nnd slio obeys: ; hn inay

8 t" :"..,":i' .:, I y., II.4i rastaSordto around .1.J"f."J."MJ.4p' ball been xeliN-ted a* tbe place Inflict pnnlxhineut! nnd she| acept4< It t ,

'" "'.. ''aD.IbIDIC bet .k:"- for the annual llleetllJlC of the Amerl-i I The title of "father"' 1 lit given, to all $

L.' > ME.I cnn Eloise soclvty In IIJOII. and thHcheilulx .. old people. A roast of thirty will say I

_.::I1 I FERRYSSEEDS of prizes IK to bo |1"lIufOtt not "I ant only a child. ; ask the old! man."

.., D nJ later than No,". 1 next. Tho woman must submit of course.

f :z: Thin out sweet p1" Oil "oon a. they She la her husband's chattel; he has b,

ftSg are large enough. to handle. bought her tor two skins 1 of bucks.

.E; -cb...*.01..., mflmr' .y ssiu' and till Iii a fair prlca for one wife.
.. .. The fuclmla U line for planting un ...
..1m .... They aJwl prosluwIliC JIlt often get them In for
l rgvt. sod sn_ the shady side of tine tions*. payment .
.top*. Alldo&l.ni ..-utnrm. debts.
C Our I.a In the latter half of May It In .
generally
g CJt .5ad ... ....1 It a girl In not a first wife ifie; counts IIf
t_ OD requ.i.O.MFi.e1 safe to plant out tender beddluzplant for
i j lIttle at tlii'stAfrican* inunlly
F g. & 00.'O.T *. and indeed no lu.. ibould '" hare .
.,eM. Itmt. one 'bl..r! wife| nnd three or four i

4 minor wlvl1. A mini who \I..* married a A"enta for the 1'...., lire wing Co.

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I i }i..,: 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE.: AUGUST 11, 1905.

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. 1 75ftPKCIAL JAJiI tI:8. PBITCHABD. President; - WM. M. BROWN Vice
i I TO PROPERTY OWNERS. was recelverl and ordered published according W. P. Arnold, Nrendeat.,
j; I' BAST COAST ADVOCATE, : to law.Application ROAD FUND HUT. NO. 2. WINSTON S. BRANDING, Cashier;
t'F' of R. L. Motlow to sell\

The following notice, publishedin wines, beer and liquors In Election District X. M. Fish, road work . . 10tJ.41HPKCIAL INDIAN RIYER- STATE
and oidered BANK
No.4, wan received :3.
; PUBLISHED KVKKT FRIDAY.CBABLKS the West Palm Beach papers, published according to law. tOAD FUND DIHT." NO.

should also apply to litusville : In the m.tll"f. settlement of load N. M. Fish, road'work . . 31 MAMK r J

: H. WALTOS, Editor Publisher. To Property Owners or their agents : contracts Nos': 2: 3, and 10, awarded to WAKDEN:" Ff.ND. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

,+ .. .. ---TH.-D.T.LOrMCNT You are hereby notified to comply, Tom Suell, tbe amount of $085 has been. Robinson warden. 40 00 Authorized capital, $ oo
B LT JODB9AL BSVOTEO TO days with tho paid up to this date. Further settlement T. A. game 'Coe
within tbe next seven r- Paid
, O. Tea INDIAN reeves, IAWOmflf .. Is deferred until the next up capital -
Board of 01 same FUND. $25Opp
X regulations of the Florida Suite KINK' AND FOHFKlTCJtB: I
AKD BISOAVMC BAT ICTIONK.. Health and the rev I nod ordinances of the meeting the Board.Ou .T. M. Sanders, Cllm.I pros. 508 =, Average deposits, $:wo.ooo
4' voucherswere
I ; cltyof West Palm lloach as regards the motloo, the following J. P. Brown, com. on floes . 15; OU: --
muetbemxdeper and
Discontinuance of aclvtii
audited warrantsordered
a,' .ally at this office or by writing. disposal of weeds. rubbish, cans, bottles approved to be and drawn for the same on Van Floyd, wit. j. p. court 1 00J. ,. Transacts a General Banify k
of
I'I't' or anything capable holding wnteget0., .- P. Brown, crlm pros j. p. ct 31 .{5 og
twt'MRw t I ', r on your property, or the city will cause this August 8th, HMOK.VBHAI( )>: W. S. Rhodes, wit. J. p. ct . 1NI/) ) V ;
1 Check,etc., may lie mule payable CHABLM the same to be cut down, hauled oil and : FUND.:" Will Alexander, " . . 1 00 } ,. Business,
? !B. WALTOJl'p..bU.ber. charged) against ByorderHA.MTAKV ct 4 on( ; ,
you. C. Gilbert crlm. j. p.
J. pros.
. . $ 8 00 "
W. I R. Walker Co. Com
,
COMMITTEK.
"Co. ct 07 15 Largest and Oldest
Bank
J. P. Brown the
I i 1 tcr In writing to the A BVOUATK tor Information __ J. K. Mlot, A mileage 111( 80 crime Co. ct 5 80 + [ r , oa Ria? ,
+ i oi any kind,tliewrlterwill oblige by enclosing It. A. Conkling" . . 25 (iO A. A. Stewart, pros.fees " I 15; 00 v Exchange bought and o..ld i "" n i ,
3' t'A, Fr, a stampocl-acMreHiMiil euvolo'e.I GRACE. J. \Vooten" . . 8 00 D. I* Oauldon, conv. Countrlee.Ihtronage In

+ T. J. COChKhuU" . . 480! FKKDI.NO I'UISONKKS: FUND.

t'1, I I BOSTON OFKIC.5 TlIK KAST COA T ADVO [WuiTTK.N: Fay THIe KA.r COAST ADVOOATK ] A A Stewart, accountant . . . 311 00 I J. P. Brown feeding prisoners 17l! 70 appreciated. Prompt ohp'
] OATS tins opened. an nllloent4 4 Atbmtloavenxe, J. P. Brown, waiting on Co. Com. 22 (IJO) treatmeuteaadever9 banking favor coimlervative -- ,' ,;,:::
+ 1 4'' 1'? Boston. which will l>e In charge of Mr. Claude Fair child: thy wlimoine grace A, A. Stewart, cop. min for pub. On motion, the Board adjourned to grant1
' O.Wa1Wn And sweet beauty of roue.. special meeting. . . . 5(10 meet agsln on the first Monday: In Sept CORRE8rOXDKNT3Empire
Hold my a"nlln rapture. A. A. Stewart, cupmin. for pub. 300:; A. I). 11)05) ; at A :::10 o'clock a. m. Tmst Coinrany tiow \ \ V
,1i I And my heart doth capture. D. I.. Jaulden. all.. Ih'os. Att'y. . :I3 :1)3) .. Florida nark and Trtiat Co. Jncki.SucceBsor p
.' I L'rl'i'U
Address all onramnnloatlons . 25 Ot
Co. Judge /
A. D. Penney, sal
: I Serenely sweet, thy VITiLIJ
ADVOCATE
KA8T COAST ways FLA.
,, n I'. A. McMillan, sending tax notio.125: 00 .
+ I I TITIIIVII.LB. FLORIDA. And happy, happy| | d+ayx, .f, O Fries, surveying . . . 000W. () CHEAP EXCURSIONS. --------- ---------- -- -
l brook'In --- -
+ ___ Aa wlmpllnic a S. Norwood Sup . . , . 1300:
a fte<|iientered. nook. J. 1'. Brown, jailor . . . :IO! (1)( J. I> : ::BJ3IIVS.::

; J7. .Department of Agriculture Thy child like round e-'lay, janitor o. . . ". OIl) AIR LINE RAIL. ( to Dobbins liros.)

'I f t ,, Weather llureuii-Jupiter, 1':11I ': \, API wl nilt whlnper :May: Tltusville Eleo Light Co, limits.( 21 31Chas. ) SEABOARD GV1oT n.d.: :LOCK. JS :MIT: : H.
:Many myriad blue helix Fulton, pafotlLgroof: : ,jallAo 2:1: OiE :; WAY SELLS TICKETS TO :
I ; I The following: :comparative; statement On heath! -envered l ilellH, L. Brady & Bro, mdse for jail :2 CO Badges, Checks, Dour Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith SUpPlieR
: for tbe far Pritchard A Son, Da;! 10 -KEPAIKING OF OUNM/ AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY -
and rainfall
i?: of temperature 8,1005. An fragrance of the roxe, Red Cross Pharmacy, 5 00Mis. MOUNTAIN AND SEASHORE Gun and Hevolver parts and keys at wholesale Trunks and .Ki-uaired."
week ending Tuesday, AuR. When In lovlmenit It
i' frown( :: .
: ; Dora Delaner, b'd for pauper 2 00 :2-24! Alain ,t. Jacksonville.
I I -IOOri-/ -1904DAIS. -
I sr ) :Makes It'll beauty cniu|>letB,
The Florida Star ad. for wk. .
pub.
MAX. MIN. ------
: IIIAX.11'1' -=
Breathes of the Inttnlte.
) tt..u. H3; 71 roads, . . . . . :JIO (00) ALSO INCLUDED
87 74 WASHINGTON IS
( :2 -I. c. n
I' t, I 3 8i: 74 8 l 72 The Florida Star, ad. boundaries IN THE CHEAP RATES. FINE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
:,d'f + 1' 4 no 70( w: 7a COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Co. Comrs . . . . 911:i<) OO DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE Till ,
ADVOCATE ad. public
1 8. 70 East Coast ,
\ | 77
t I I"H !III "4 weapons . . . . . . . . . {0 (if The Seaboard Air Line Railway announce
'3:. II 8\1\ 74 Gedder . . . . 1000R. exceptionally low excursion rates
>> Hi 77 N. Ferryman Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
t 7 83; 71! continued from 8
''J.H 1 : 8 11.7 75 HO (08 I ( page ) Howler, . . . . . . . j rilN) for the annual excursion to the mono ,
week 4.27 K. W. Dunn, cook poor farm . .12 (00 leans of i arollna, the senshore of Vlr
the
Total rainfall for rainfall: for ib.I !r are rejected, some of them being excessive Red Cross Pharmacy, mad p. fnrml:! 35E. fiinia and to Washington, D. C., Wednesday
) 1' Departure from normal and some being Inadequate. All mlae" ". 28 40Jas. ( August Kith.
:. L. Brady
Sidewalk Brick
? and
,f; 1 week: plus 3.15: inches Departur I bids for road work la district No 1 are Prltchard & Son, ". 14 10 The round trip rate from Jacksonville Vitrified, Paving ,,....
'
s rainfall since January
1k from normal I rejected, some being: excessive and some to Lincolnton Marion and l utherfOl'dton -
J. F. Prevatt, salary supt . . . 4500() ,
)I' ",'' minus .215 Inches. Observer Inadequate All bills for road work In A. A. Stewart, rep. of del. taxes N. C., Is $1H.OO: with corresponding Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone 26J
HAL. P. HARDIN, district No. 4, except the bid of E. A. M. June and July . . 2011 rates to other western North Carolina
: ly if'I Stewart, on road from Eau Oallle to J. M, Osban, horse hire p. farm 4 5U resorts To Wrlghtsville Beach tho Seaboard J. K. MUXXERLYX: General Manager.

' ,,1 TUB: mildew and rust season ii Melbourne, are rejected, some of them A. A. Stewart, cert. cop. of sentences will round-trip tickets at rate
r. being excessive and some Inadequate for Sheriff . . . . . 4 u0 of $12.00.
I'' RNti in now on. Look out tor them. Hid for working road from Eau Uallie A. A. Stewart, chk. and verifying To the Virginia Coast ,,aorta, Ocean TIle Oldest Extaliliaheil Grain and Seed House In the State.

, ;''t - .- to Melbourne Is hereby awarded to K. tax rept. and tax cart . . . 18 00) View, Old Point Comfnrt and Virginia:
I A. M. :Stewart: Beach rate will be $lj./iU/ for the roundtrip
J. F. Prevatt on train ,
q" 1)li) No SUNDAY baseball playing In On petition of CLan. Cleveland, et al., for pauper., paying.way. . . . 2 75 The rate to Old Point Comfortwill t Y t1Wm.
Florida The Supreme Court. has citizens of lirevard oounty, the following A. A. btewart, record flnan. stat. 3 00 apply via Portsmouth or 'via Rich : :: A. :Sours: & Co.
1
6 f;, decided I It. Inspectors of beef and cattle are hereby .. recording . . a iiO mond.
appointed: J. R. Walker&Co, mdse p. farm.ti: ; JO: The Seaboard has also arranged to sell GARDEN
GRAIN HAY AND SEEDS
1 Com'r's Dint. No. I 5 . . .J. W. Carllle mdse j jail . . 1 23; tickets from Jacksonville to Washington, ,
Do NOT forget to get your health 4. . . J. C. filbert I T. Wetmore, Ice for oik's ofllce 1 30 D. C., and return on August: 16th at rate
certificate before leaving. or arriv. 2. D. 'HtClair Nlsbet of $;l' .IIO. All tickets sold for this excursion Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
3.H. B. Bradford at JIOAI Fl'ND 1>I8T No.1. will be good on trains scheduled ,
('' ing in Florida, as it may gave you
) 4''i trouble. Eau Oallie: E. B. Arnold, at Malabar( ; B. B. Laroche, road work. . . 10 CO to (leave Jacksonville at 7:05 a. m., and 200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Dome and Maxflbld Brannan, at Afelbouane. O. S. Hardce, . . .13' (00) 7:50: p. m., vtlt.h\ final limit returning to a
-- -- On motion, the Clerk's of the' .* . . . 1)0) 00 31 131111! ()
report I J. W. Carlyle, August Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C L ly! ,
i ls ', IT would have been better for our tax: redemptions for taxes redeemed I N. bl. Fish, . . 4 05 The Seaboard Is the shortest and most
during the months of June and July, F. II. Boye. . . . 21 07 direct line from Jacksonville Washing -- -
have cleaned the
>{ government to UK)."). In hereby accepted llemy Carlile, . . 13Ip ton. They operate double dally through
'' 3 streets of New Orleans rather than On motion, tbe Cocoa and Hockledgo: E.: C. Lum & Sup. Co, lumber. . 24 04 service, the train being equipped with

,, R those of Havana. Better look at News is hereby designated( as the paperto J. W. Osban, road work . . . . 75:; 00KOAII thoroughfare day coaches and Pullman McMurray & Baker
home first publish tho acts of the last Legisla buffet rirawloq-room sleepers.
FUND DI8T. NO. ;2.!
;
The Seaboard has Issued some very
-- - ture.Notary Public bond of J. E. 1\[. Hodgson Howard 1_. Holmes, road work. (no) 011 attractive advertising in the Interest of
4O1-413 Cast Street Jacksonville Florida 1
I Day << ,
' HAVE you cleaned up your yards Is hereby approved. S, T. Llpscomb. :20 UO this excur lon.I .
't and screened barrels Notary Public bond of R. N. Andrews
,.b water
f"' your -Makers and Jobbers of-
Is hereby approved.
',,'ll from mosquitoes ? Do not wait The following bonds for carrying repeating I THE VEI-IICLEu&

until the State Board of Health of- rlllea were approved: HARNESS CO. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

l flcer calls upon you. A. J. Goode, Winchester rllle, No. ,
202715! cal. :3(2.! Corner Foisyth and
The Board proceeded to hear complaints JACKSONVILLE, \ FLORIDA Rubber Tires.
1 j' A QUESTION which would be apt from taxpayers.J. Saddlery,

f to ball-up the intellect of the aver. \V. Packard, lot of n w".. and lot 1 Our stock of . . First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc
I nowadays would be : of s w ;,f, sea IS, t 24 s, r 3(1 e, reduced
i age person from $100 to *SO. WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGKS, -- --- - - --------- ---- - -
"What is the government of Norway (1. H. Singleton, lots 10 and 11, Single,

'p, I just at present ton's :2nd add to Cocoa, from >JNJO> to 40. SUMIEVS, TRAPS, ROAD CARTS, :buy Your::: . .

i i I' --- -- -- -- Bethel Adams, lot i 5 of gov. lot 8, see.II HARNESS, SADDLES, ETC., ETC., ETC.
t :2S I+ s, r 38 e, from 9200;! to $100. FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHESfrom
4 YELLOW fever in New Orleans John it. HAIII, part s !, of s w 3 4, des- -IS NOW COlIJ'I.ETE-:

: I" I seems to be abating.( With 800 deed book r, page 81, seo :'to, tp :28/ s, r ... a house that has been in business over tlilriv; yean,

men employed to oleam up that 38 e, from $HOC) to >$r iCKI.< :ar-Cnll on us and you will Unit our prices will\ please yon and has always had the'reputation for LOW PRICES
J. W. O"bln. n !tf of n w i| of n e >f,
dirty city, yellow fever ought soon the finest and Manufactured
on goods Imported
t BOO 5, tp 22:. s, r 33 e, from $15U to $WO. -- -- - -- -
j , to be a thing of the pact Sarah Bolton, n ::12<;! A of lot 2, sea tt, tp

1+ '' t - - --- 2n!) s, r :Iii e, from f>OO to $.hNl. The Ocklawaha Nurseries. :Hess c4c Sla'

," NKVEK: in the history of Titus- On motion, the Hoard adjourned until ger,
August H, liNt:;. at !8 o'clock a. m.
4 ville has there been such a baseball The Board of County Commissioners DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY-

era; e on as this summer. Old men, met this August: 8th, A. D. 11)0.5\) :;, at 8 11 and IB: Mala :St. J. A S.: W. and A. C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR.

H young men and boys are at It with o'clock. Present: N. A. Conkllng, chair T:::> Orange Growers::: I MO: W. Bav St. JACKSONVILLE: FLORID
day Ti- manV.; I K. Walker, J. R. boot, J. F. Who expect to enlarge their groves this year We want to send our new -
great gusto nearly every
and withA.
Wouten T. J. Cockshutt
; catalogue which will be ready for mailing about September:! let
t + tusvllle has done remarkably well A. btewatt, clerk; and J. P. Brown, a--I=---f3: B3x! E3 rtDttaF: lS! fSrd t;;.....ot'rf "
i '' in all their matches. herltT... We have watched very closely the development of the Citrus: Fruit Industry

+ _ n TAe aHseaxiucnt, of E. B. Wager, on in "'Iorldlllince 1803\ and we believe we can give valuable information to new and SEEJS: : I''OR: SPRING.Turnipssod .
N ; 3 lots li: 13:\, I1.), :21, of Wager's subd of blkA old grow'ere. OUH CITRUS TREES are tho climax of excellence, and only valuable .
I; ONK!: way to put that L'anami Tltusvllle, Is reduced from $IINNI( to I
In nurseries. It will be to interest look
varieties to
t are propagated our your
'I' slUIce through with a rattle would al'lI; ClO.) i
' be to set the chronic kickers this In the matter of the petition of Ever that list over, and we believe you will decide to give us your patronage, after considering Kuta Bagas.

f' "' ,1 country down at it and let them gel I Itt B. Bass to sell liquors, wines and the inducements we have to offer you I I I Onion Sets-Bermuda andPearl.{ .
t boor In Precinct No. 4, Kau Gallle, the Ml'F.CIAL'TERbf9 to those who place their orders now for fall and winter Cabbage-best varieties forFlorlda. Beans.
to work. That Culebra cut would
same was postponed until 1:111::(!) p. m. for
,,f '1 look like a thrashing machine in comparison with registration Hat.Kesolved planting. ABSOLUTELY NO WHITE FLY. ADDRESS I Seed Potatoes-for fall, :S'r.1 Rose and Triumph. I

' harvest time. that all paupers, without Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods. Etc

', r .- exception, are required to come to the The Ocklawaha Nurseries
County Poor Farm.
+' IT is true that the representative Messrs. Mlot and 1 Wooten are appoint I I,. C7jJV.3VI3Isn.OKr.: Sooca.scrxi.cin.: : : A

brewers of the United States ed a committee to purchase mule or 114 East Bay Jacksonville, Fla.
are tt.
i I horse, to be usud on the County Poor' O. "W1.' Connor::: Prc:::>p. J
+ planning a campaign to disabuse Farm.Keaolved" T.A.N"G-EJrt.JJSrEJ: : : I'L.O1Z.InA.: :: I
the public mind of the idea that that we, the entire Board of =T.3+ .J..x.q9 .Py.n. :om: : "H. gl..ata 'a. ___
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} I I'i' beer promotes intemperance but it County Commissioners, visited the Poor

"' )I' J is not true that they are making Farm. and found everything well kept, Ar .r .:l..al Excursions.: : :
the clean an.lln .
premises good sanitary
+ to distribute free
I arrangements condition. There Is about seven or night -TO-
ii samples at all the W. C. T U. conventiona. acres of land 1 under cultivation, and the< Mallory LinesSPECIAL

crops of sweet potatoes and other stuff
Resorts and
Mountain and
l Seashore
1 .-- -- ._- --- are looking tine. In talking with the Inmates I WashingtonVIA
of the farm all well of
3 they speak
A in the direction has
sinus right the and loud In -
place, are their praise of -
t been made in Jacksonville wher the management, and speak In the highest PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

', the Florida Help Supply Co. has terms of Mr. Prevatt, who Is In soorrSEee :: r

1 I been formed for the purpose of charge. and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
The Hoard also wishes to
Florida German congratulate: : :IL: .Y
bringing to good Mr. Prevatt ou hU faithfulness and good .. -NO OVERCROWDIYG-

servant glrla, so that housekeepers management of his charge. STATEROOMS ARE GUARANTEED on these

4 r will no longer have to complain On motion, the Board adjourned until Ashevllle, X. O. . . . . . .il9lN1 Ocean View, Va, . . 0' .13511:><] i IMPORTANT POSITIVELY nl1mberefbertb.,
''y about the great need of lrllullst. I :!:10!) o'clock p, m., August Sth, A. I). Abbeville, S. C . . . 11 00 Old Point Comfort Va, . . . 1330; 1 ships as no tickets will be sold to exceed the ,
i 11)05) Anderson. S. C. . . U 40 Rutherfordton, N U, . . . 13: OOSaluda or She seating capacity of Dining Halls thus Insuring all passengers lnii Ilaa|
in Hero's
d, once their homes. success The Honorable Hoard of Couuty Commissioners Urevard. N. C. . . . . 13: SO N. C. . 0. . . . . . U: 10 service and attention.
?f to the new company. met on the Nth day of August Cross Hill, S. 0.! . . . .1200: Sewanee, Tenn . . .0. 14 IWSpartanburgS.

. 1IH.1at) :\ 1:10::< p. in. Present: R. A. Conk- Flat. Rock, N. C. . . . IS 20 C . . . .1:110:
I ling, chairman; n'. It. Walker, :Dl lot, T. Ureenvllle S. C . . . T 12 10 Virginia! Beach, Va. . . 13: SO) PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: EVEP.Y FRIDAY.
i+ 4 STEAMIIOAT inspectors in New J. Cockshutt and J, F. Wouten withA Hendersonvllle, N. C . . 12 IWI Tryon, N. C 0 . . 12: 10Walhall.1 (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union;
York are making every effort tot A. Stewart, clerk ; and J, P. Brown, Indian Springs; On. . 000Laurens. S. C . . . . 12 :23!

i i prevent a repetition of the Slocum Bberltf. S. C. . . . . . . 11 00 Warm Springs, Ga . . . . . . U 00 LOWEST KATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH
li' disaster of last Ono day Notary Public bond of Harry W. Chris- Lake Toxaway, N. C . 14 :30 Waterloo, s. C. (Harris I.lthla
year. I flan was approved. 1.nolrN. C. . . . 1.f l: 33Llnoolnton Springs). . . . . . . . . 12 00Waynesvllle.X. Including delighttnl DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
) ; lately, without any warning( they In the matter of petition of Everett };. X. C . . 13 IN) C . . . 1425:! FAMOUS SEA ISLANDS."
,r t ', swooped down on live of the excursion Bans, to sell liquors In Election District r.ookoutJounlaID! Tenn . . 13 8O White Stone, M. C. (White Stone .

ttel"tlnd tested them .008 to No. I, Eau faille; it Is ordered by the Marlon, N. (' . . 13 t>0Monteagle LithiA Springs). . . 12 10 Through tickets sold to all northern Information regarding *'
i full
; their ellloleney in the tire drill. All Board ubllsb that d the same l.tw.be received and Tenn 1303 I Wa hlDjton. D. u . 2U iK) tractions. offered by no other line; diagrams points., res For rv tins, tickets, etc., appl w
> according to Final actionto
a4hf of the boat I" were successful in the : be taken at next meeting of Board The above rats are for the round trip. Tickets will\ be sold Wednesday, AUTHOR W PIE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet JacksonYllle: Florida,
l>) i tests.! Fire hose were taken down, Application of F, A. I.oley, to sell AUJtI"t IO, tOO, only, with float limit to return any time up to and Including .

;qll the water turned on, lifeboats low. wines, beer, ..odI'luora\ In District No.J August :31, IINJA.' -. __0-
+ ered and life preservers thrown on : Is recited and the lame" ordered pub- For detailed Information, sleeping car reservations, eta, apply at paas 'ogersfflce

deck The time on each of the ished according to law. ([ \ 104 West Bay street. Telephone 743. SEND YOUR JOB PRINTIXO TO THE ADVOCATE.
Application of K. L. Motlow to sell J. C. I.USKT.i District Tasienger! Agent,

r,,: ll ? boats was five minutes. wlnen, lees and liquors In Uintrlot No. 2, 108 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. CARRIES TOE LARGEST STOCK OF STATIONERY l.V TUE.COlJS'f1'p


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S EAST COAST NE"\VS. : commenced on Fred C. Gal
Plenty of rain, but few mosquitoes. Work was
llgher's residence, Tuesday.
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7 ******************** i putting Orange on trees a tins are growth.looking green and John Domini went to Fort Pierce with FIRE INSURANCE

J : : the Blue Jays, and rooted as loud .as any
W. \V. Ballard Is spenlng a few weeks
NewS Notes* Contributed bv Our Regular : with his ulster. In Madison, Ga. youngster.
Contractor G. W. Thomas received the
0p J Corps of East COl tCori' Mpont.loiits. : Success to the newsy E C. AnvocA.ru first car of lumber for the Oal1l her rest l.

-the only pink paper In the South. dence, Fllday.

' !N...............................- .- .- .- .. .. .. ...-.- .- .-.- .. .- .. .. .. .. K.: A. Green has been made agent for !Mrs. Chas. McPherson and daughter and are prepared to give

the Florida \Favorite Fert'llrer, of Jack returned home Sunday evening her

in ;jp Please send all communication Eau Gallie. sonvlllo. many friends here.

and Items for publication to "Editor Richard Rocker Is expected to return Hamilton T.Verner,now -has command,

\DVOCATE. Tltusvllle, Fla." here from his visit to Savannah about of the freighter Admiral plying between PROPERTY OWNERSthe
the 1st of Soptembvr.Mis. btuartund Sewall's Point.
BAKAH c'. H4HMSOVI'ilratl'IAN i iOKIIN. AM BUB-.
RiI y -r We cannot guarantee to publish Eat:: Oallle. Florida. ! R. N. Simmons, of Fiontcnac; Presiding Elder Pasco held sei vices at
and Miss Sallie Herndon of Sharpen.. church Sunday evening which
::11 that do not roach thin office before the M. E.
tens Thursday New sweet potatoes are now showing were recent callers upon friends In this were enjoyed by the congregation.Last : .
soon on In place.
our stolen.Sweet .
Saturday was club day at the GIl- 1 I
Ollt I I Dr. F. II. Houghton and Editor Chas The attendance
IQ. oblige potatoes are bell g dug on the btris liar YnehtClub.
correspondents us by
Will W. A. Huffman lot. H. Walton were in this village on Sun was a !large one, nod Dirs. S. U. Hancockwas
writing the names of people and places day, viewing; our beautiful, orange and I hostess. "
L plainly ns possible t The Ice delivery wngmi commenced other gloves. :'r possible
l its rounds on Monday a. m., last. There has been rumors of a big hole
'IL P. W. Roberts wits a visitor lo Titus at :Sowall8 Point for the past week, but,
Heavy rain with thunder and lightning vllle last Saturday to see UeLand and al.is! we are sorry to say that its all hot best at

Melbourne.JCHAKD passed over Fran; Gallie on Sunday, Titimvillo cross bats. Hurrah for the air for the presuut. yr 1
last. -I
- Titusvtlle boys, who won Ihe game.
E. S. Harmer, Waveland, was here '
Baseball match on the Eau Galli We have In Mlms and neighborhood Monday, aboard his handsome sloop, the protection the

: W. OOODE.-Real Estate, NotnrIMilillc dlamonil Saturday: the 12th, Inst., at what a great many people do not know Albntross. The Albatross was laid up
and ' '" Agent for JKtnA :2 p. m. about-t ho bent land on the East L
orange Is
: and LondunandOloboandHartrorj: ; ; here until the galtty season over.
L. Liverpool , attention Letters from of Coast. To prove that this Is true, we may _:
Fire Insurance Companies. Hpeolal Capt. Symmoncls: The Bubble Society met at the T 1
inform the ADVOCATK readers that men Soap
paid to tbe Interest ot non roeidenta.I Kenosha, Wis.
report very warm Geo. McPherson !Monday '
weather. from vailous places come here to In. residence of Mrs. rM4NT
vest In them are afternoon. The hostess served l de-
for the ADVOCATE orange groves.( Among
:r Subscriptions With the advent of Ice and milk de the following: licious refreshments to'lier guests.
of the East
ho pink paper Coast will be
calved at the Melbourne Postofflce.Mr. livery wagons, we are taking on metro. C. J. Co ltln.of Rockledge, and lends J. C. Hancock's launch Is again 'tn
politan ideas have -41'' acres In orange grove. commission having been laid! up for a LOWEST RATES

The East Coast A. M. Terwillegar, bt. Augustine\ owns to the engine and
Mr.! Lyon has bought; a lot on Crane Lumber & Supply Co., general overhauling
I i I reek, on which he will build a boathouse at this point, are making some changes 00 acres of full bearing orange trees. having the jump spark system cif Igui!
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In their yards. Judge D. I.. Gnu Men, of Titusville, Lion installed
has about 15 acres of tine bearing/ trove:
Kev. .1. H. Hawk, wife and son, Fritz, The launch. "Bessie Alex Near own. I,. C. Oliver of Miami, owns :25 acres ;Manuel: Span an old daikey 81 years in
L>ft on Friday for a vialc with relatives er, has been doing/ good work In the fish of bearing orange trees. old, from Gainesville, Fla., was In town
Jn the North. business this week. II. J. !Magruder and G. B. Cooper, of barurday. Manuel was trying to gut
Oak Hill, own 20 acres of bearing orange back to his home town and was assisted!
Miss Grace Cummings of Melbourne Tbe rains have overflowed a large trees most liberally by our citizens. He wentto I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. t
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:oath) was tbe guest until of Mrs. Geo. Mliown . portion water in of the the Eau back iallle country river Is high.and the M. T. Jones formerly n large planter Gainesville In I 1S.V1, and has I lived! there
: from Saturday Monday ,
In I.owndes! county, On., saw there was ever since.

!61 Sam Martin has received a carload of Letters from G. W. Hopkins of Dear more money In oranges than In cotton, The at Fort Pierce between the"

,lumber for boat-building purposes. Lake Mich report heavy crops of fruit so sold Ills Georgia farm and came to Stuart game Blue Jays nod the HOMO Buds & Walton
lie( has the contract to build a house and grain, in that portion of the State. Minis where his whole attention Is now was one of the quickest played this sea Morgan

_ loat, for Gen. McLean of rittsbmg 1'a. Wagon loads of Ice are being hauled paid to a S.:> acre orange grove son and wait very much one sided! as the ,
- knd a (8ft.( launch for Geo K. Lyon, of to Melbourne from the Indian River P. W Roberts has a 35; acre grove Just Rose Buds didn't succeed In !getting a

I'aukeegan, 111. and Lake Worth Ice Co's factory, at this coming,: Into bearing. man across the rubber. The score was: Titusvill o.. Florida.iSTUART'S :
Mrs. numrlckhouse and daughter place.Dr. L. B. Goodall, of Daytona' Beach, owns Stuart 0) 2 (0 0 :a I :2 0) 1 0-H
J.:> acres of tine orange: grove. 0 0) 0-11< .. '--'
Fort Plerce-0 I O) 0 (0 0 0 - -- -
who have
lies boon of the
Rose guests S. C. IIodgHon him
the
planted two The above are among .the largest orange
Scorekeeper
Austin.
.. l.rown house for several months, left on lots west of the West End Pharmacy In ; glowers In Mlms, but we have bun- Time Hanoock.1:15. Umpire Attendance, ISO.; ROADS. Heal J'4tl\te: Hurgldufll.

Monday for their home in Uoydton W. cow peas and the prospect is /good for a drerts of 5 and.10 acre orange groves. ,
'a. We hope to see these pleasant peole tine While The citizens: went to For
crop.A. the orange trees are growing. : following up Before lung the enterprising citizens

| with us next winter launch, "Avis" was In our harbor I" /great many growers pay expenses by; : Pierce with the Blue Jays last Theirs of /Stuart will be enjoying thieumllun of Nice 8-rootn cottage, well

R. W Goode was called to Eau Oullle on Monday last with a couple of raising I vegetables. day: Mrs. S. Kitching;, Edith, Floildi located I. In Tltusvllle. . . '120<> 0V(
gentlemen shell road and bicycle path of the samo
Imt. week, to look after !some insurance on board who were Irish! potatoes are produced at the rate and Tilxy Kitcbing, Mrs. Cud Schroeder, a 13 acres and and louse
rs iiiHinexs\ in that thriving sister city. to's of the town. taking/ pho- of 17 bushels to one of beanx. '1'oma- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock and son, length. This Is ony: the beginning of ,

lUille there he also attended to some too, cabbage, and nearly all tender vegetables ;. Freclrlc-lc Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McPherson, the good roads movement In that )portlon part sot In Orange! Trees, In

leal estate business with parties who are W. H. H. Gleason and wife left for a grow; and, thrive here under the Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Hall, Stanley Kltch of the Eau Oallle. . . . . . . . 700 00(
vacation this week. Mrs. Gleason and of the John Domini Noah !Parks VII1 d. county
laying land in Melbourne. protection palmetto palms. log, :30 acres Land nearly )'i
family will visit her sisters In the North, There are 5OOO,! acres of !good, available liens, Frank Glass Frank Penro };.I. The citizens up there believe In "help.
We are glad to renort! that Edwin before her return this Fall. land here, convenient' to the rail. Crater, Chas !McPherson, U. Nerner H. Ing themselves" If they cannot get others Mile River Front, food, who has been for some weeks in .. north of Eau Gallie\ . . . KHJ 00
Mrs. Tieutler's boat house has been fin. I'oada. tut MlmH-which is about five S. Stanley, John Micli ells, A. L. LaneCall to assist, and they are pushing ahem
|!ie St. Augustine hospital receiving/{ miles from Titusvllle has U.V.. Ames.Draylug.. 20 River Front
two railway Hauey notes at
.estmeot for his Injured eye, has re- ished and painted In fine style by Uobt In this new Improvement, which will\
stations at Mlms and the other
one at ------- -- Hardeevllle OO){
Mensel,who bas charge of Mrs. Treotler's 400
I irnod home lie has suffered much East Mlms. not only result In great benefit and

but his sight is saved. Mrs. Hood aodlss line property In Eau Gallie. If any Intending settler wants a good; pleasure to those who now reside there 21 tf 11. I.. UAUI.DKN, Agent,

Maude have also returned.Mrs. The flat woods west of Eau Gallie, are healthy home nice refined neighbors. but will be the means of bringing In I Tltusvllle, Fla.
Edgar Jones has bought; the reported as being; !largely under water and rich land, let him visit Mime, and If Draylng or haul!nit of all macs promptly -
lOll" house on the corner of 2nd street owing/ to the recent rains, In some instances he thinks It Is not as we represent let attended to. Meets all trains. Stove new peoplefrom other sections. Stuart

fend Xew Haven aVenue-one of the best causing the loss of cattle. him look at some other place.' The wood for sale at all times. is one of the best pineapple gl'o"llI"regions ) lI Bros.

pieces of property in town. We extend Messrs. Blair & Randall, of Merritt, Turnbull hammock for richness of sol 11. E. HOI/TEN. TUusvllle.\ besides It has hundreds of note ()<1gsou

I I i welcome to the Jones family, who will! were In X.au.Gallie, taking; views of the for fruit and vegetable( growing, cannot of land adapted to growing fruits and
(' addition of be beaten anywhere In Florida. KAUOALLIE INDIAN RIVJMi" ILL
J e a great to the social life town, and also taking photos of private Ueorglana. vegetables. With hard-suifiice routs. I ;
Melbourne. Mrs Jones is having her residences
etc. They did bus
a good
Stuart will develop much mote rapidly Marino Itallway.Beneral .
cleared
oli of all weeds, and soon a very iness. Fiendish; Suffering
attractive will surround this In the future than In the -TIiHomoHoeker.
garden past. Merchants and Ship Chandlers
Miss Beth Bruner has been nick
florae] Alex Near leased his lighter; to the Is often causes by sores, ulcers and can. quite I
for week but was Improving Monday.Mrs. ..Special Facilities..
a ,
Canal
Co.. to carry a boiler up Indian con, that eat away your skin. Wm. Be
Public Is Arou' ed. Kiver. The vessel returned to Eau Gal dell, of Flat Rock, Mich., says: "I have Wm. WIttfeld, was visiting Mesdames -- ----- for Hauling Out, Storing and Kepalrlag
lie on !Monday, last, and Is again ready used Kucklen's Arnica Halve, for ulcers Hall, Itrunor and Hughes Mon EAU GALLIE'S PROSPERITY.
The public aroused to a knowledge for business. sores and cancers. It Is the best healing; day. Yachts and l Launches.
r the curative merits of that med-
pf
I'lnal tonic Electric Bitters great for sick The "Mlstlc,1\ Capt. Rogero; owner, heals dressing" cuts I burns ever found.and Hoalds." Soothes 2.r cts and at M I rll Taylor was calling on Mesdames The village of Eau Gallie\ Is enjoylni Mention the ADVOCATE when writing

Itomiich, liver and kidneys. Mary 11.HValters was on Hodgson's ways this week, being Ked Cross Pharmacy guaranteed.Merritt. Chambers Hughes Ilruner and Hall, Its full degree of prosperity with the res t
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1, of :34i St. Clair Ave., Columbus overhauled. This vessel Is on the freight on Tuesday of last week. of the East Coast Just now a largo Ice
!>I., writer: "For several months, I was and passenger run from Eau Gallie to Stanley ICitching:
S liven up to die. I bad fever and Courtney and return. !Miits Nellie Owen went to Il1danolnfnolay plant Is under construction, a large store
ague. !\ for a week's visit with he
and several residences. The ol 1 -Dealer in-
wrecked I could not room
Jiynerves were ; In the town election on last Tuesday friend, Miss Helen Cannattit.
lleep, and my stomach was so weak from to decide between O. F. liudd H. U. hotel, Harno just across the river, Fins I FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
Hclessdoctois' drugs that I could not Hodgson and C. G. Redstone, for alderman The firm of Randall & Craig ban been "Oh! Listen fo' dom weddln bells." been leased by a Kentucky ml Hilary Institute ,
teat' Soon after beginning to take the two latter A prominent lady In town, was In C. DProvost's Tobacco
, gentlemen having Unsolved, and Mr. Craig bus left Merilrt which will bring 1.50 student' I'lpos, Candles Fancy Ulilna
Electric Bitters, I obtained relief, and inshort tied at the general election for town of. for the West Coast, taking the outfit store one day last week buy. and Temperance Drinks.
time I was entirely cured.'' Ounr- ulcers, Budd was elected. formerly used by the firm. Ing "wedding presents," and, they were there to upend) the winter anil receive, The following brands of cigars delivered

Intend at Red Cross Pharmacy, Titus- Mr. I A. Walker plait Is now associated articles that could not be sent by mall, Instruction. What Eau Giillle wants III at J.i23: por box of fiO:

I'lle' price :Kioto. Was la Poor Health for Years.Ira with Mr. Chat W. Randall under the In either.patience"We can and only wait"possess for th e Importantevent. our souls a first class hotel. There Is no bettor Uumboldt, Key West Smokers, Promos,.
firm name of Randall A: Blair They have Cromo Cubanas t'ohalnkl.
opening In the State, arid the people ot: ,
- W. Kol ley, of Mansfield\ ,Pa ,writes.: ordered an up-to-date photographers'outfit
Eau Oallle will meet the Flinch Cards, ,0c. ; Hand Hade Palmetto
Rockledge. "I was In poor health for two years suffering and as soon as it arrives they will !Mr Nelson, and wife, and Orlo tlaln right party Hats :l5c,
from kidney and bladder trouble, start for the West Coast where they will lie, came up from Miami several days more than half way. Tbe village Is located ,

and spent considerable money consulting spend the summer Hero's success to ago, and me stopping with Mrs. Nelson'i on a high bluff overlooking the STUART, FLORIDA.
I Mrs. :M. C. Salmon has been on the physicians without obtaining any marked the new firm. father, O. X. Page. Mr. Nelson and historic Indian river There'Is no more - ---- -

|ck< list the past week. benefit, but was cured by Foley's Kidney wife, and !Mr. Page; left Tuesday for an healthful placo In the Htate. Purtlei ..........................

R. M. Lockhart was the guest of Hon I that Cure,It and I be desire the to add of my testimony Dade County Lund J'or Sale. extended tour through California and looking for a hotel' site will do well Z
.S. ll.iuleo on Sunday. may "cause restoring the Oregon/ where they will visit the Lewis to "ONLY THE BEST".
health of others. Refuse substitutes. A Clarke Exposition at Portland, then to Investigate.. -The Homeseeker,
Mr. and !Mrs. II. R. Covert were la Co- Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusville. For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof Minnesota, to visit relatives Mr. Ilaln- i I.
'<> southeast quarter of section town Electrical .
a, Goods
Saturday
on business.J. .
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hit will remain with his
ship 38, south of range II east; clone to grandmotherhere JOB PRINTING of all kinds ,done at Generators Dynamos
S. Coats has to Alabama to X K. Wood's until tbelr return. i iJTHE
pineapple plantation I
gone Fort Pierce. on this olllce, at reasonable rates. Giveus Gasolene $
tteud a meeting of the Holiness breth- St Lucie River; 40 acres. The many fi lends of Rev. J. B. Hawk Engines, + + }

"n. Also, tbe northeast quarter of northeast and family, will be glad to know that a share of your work. Z Accetylene Plants Ih f t

*S, H. Pock, manager of Hotel Plaza, The County Commissioners! ) are In session quarter of section 18, township 88.1 they have been given a vacation of three Repairs of Every De-
expected here, this week, from 1'etos- this week. south of range 41 east; on south fork ofSt. months. Brother and Sister Hawk have Cl uulii(; and l.orel/tItJI. scrlptlon. -.Ff
11, Mich. Lucle River; 40 acres Apply to both been In poor health for sometime _
II. B. Paxtoo Is building an additionto CHAS.! WALTON, and their friends made up a generous All work done I
kefVm.. E. Hall will Mr. C'obb's residence putting In a Tltusvllle Kla and told them to "go at up-to-date. Call and
purse !
I'lUlence of K. E. bUms next Sunday bathroom once." They leave Tuesday or Wednesday see Barber me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor YONGE&CLINE CO., ; ;
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V- three Shop: on Washington avenue. f'
o'clock p. m. Everybody In- for Ielaware,0., to visit. Mrs. Hawk's :
]ted, 8. T. Hughes. of Clifford, was visiting OCALA, FLORIDA,
the county seat Tuesday, stopping at Take Notice! parents for a few weeks. Then they will .
take, Rhonds left bere, Wednesday the various stores. ome back to the mountains and rest, Notice of Application for Permitto N......N.NNNNN...N
['. a vacation until October. He One of the handsomest places on Mer and recuperate, the remainder of sum. I Hell Liquors l | "Wine
lslt Editor C. S. Emerson and family left I ritt Island, known as "The Wigwam" mer.
f'Isth Cleveland, O., and then /go to Sunday night for a two months' visit In mid Ileer.
Mrs.
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St. Joseph, Mich. and other states.Our B. R. Burcbflol and wife have sent
Michigan York, is for sale or rent, furnished. A THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.
Dr, '.. out Invitations to the of their ,
p marriage .
Platts. Superintendent of ten room cottage, with launch house, F. A. tXWLFY: HAH rrun:
[ ubll instruction genial druggist, Marlon Hendrix, daughter, ills, Myrtle Annie Uurchflel, WIIBRKAH. H..anl or County Cen.mieeloior.
for all
St. I.ucle
county, new laundry, newly painted, and
left for Jacksonville
and other
places for retard a
Mr. Francis Marion mlsty,1'Inridahis I
isa to Moore at their anulioa-
recent visitor to R. E. Mlms, a three acres in gro..e.In.! Blair has lion; for tn Mil Ll< and
Monday for a few days' visit. ponnlt |iiiin WlnoM Hear Brewing Asso's.,
| ember of Brevard School Hoard. just spent several hundred dolJars Inputting horne, Anthony, Kansas, Aug. Ill, HMt'i.Tbe In H.IIM tlon. KUtrliit' of nalil County au,1 atone
Mrs, The Rev. Mr. Woodson, held services the place In perfect repair fair young bride Is one of our Geor- any citizen of inch dlntrlct may ibow caiim' 1 1my
R. v Douglas and daughters, lay. born there be, at the, meeting unite llonriL ,
In the Baptist church last giants girls, and reared here, ands to be
Sunday
mornIng
flower beds
lanes log break .
out
new water bell Famoaa86LnatwKegsnd Mottled
on the
:Stella: and Mary left Tuesday well known Tuewlay 6th day of Be i>t''iiilier IINis,
on
a I'ra' three and evening to large congregations. and board walks: all round. the bouse, along Indian River. Tbe noxt.why inch pe'mluho not )>. ranted.A. I.I .
or four Beer.
weeks' visit with rel- groom Is nephew of Mr. Wm. Moore, A. HrKWAItr, tj
1'88 in various parts of Georgia. W. A. Ball and family, and O. 0. Pop- .o that". any one wanting, lovely winter whuapenta winter bere several I Clerk of the Hoard ot musty Counnleelnnere,
years Mold b
All-year-round home will do ; Me..ra. r.A.Lostey' and Sr
or wet I to I
left for Stuart their Hrvvanl .
IT In.
'be pie ton. Thursday and county
,. lumber has arrived for J.. P'. aunch. They brought. their bees for cut this article out for reference. ago a partner with Mr. Durchliel Hy O. A.HMWitrt, IJ C. ftl-4 R. L. MotkiwTtu.Tllleria.
Mi, boathouse' which will be one of the bloom up Address I.. W. HLAIK, Mcrrltt, 1"1-" In the grain, and cattle business. They --- Mr.R.f). ",
By MotlowCocoaFla.
..largest and most complete of any on mango expect to visit Florida sometime In the
[ 'lUoKUer. !Mr. Petiee ...lI\lIhlp\ a tine Harry Jennings and wife, ucoomp- I near future. Application' for Tux Deed.

F"" 'uimch' from New York this fall. .. nled by.Art riaeger, were pleasant visl- Fine Property For Sale. K: W. !Munaon, and son Guy arrivedIn -" JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.,

--- ors In town Monday, coming up from Chicago, Wednesday afternoon of last l/niler Beo II nt CUap.4MM, Law ot riorfils. '

A Tlbbals In their beautiful launch., Two nice cottages( adjoining each week, and went at once to the hospital \J OTtr'K M, IIKUKHV Ol VKV: THAT K ATK C. Sole Distributors, f.:,
Touching Story otber lo North Titusville, with an acre rbuisday morning, an operation was lwrEWAll7: purobuwirof Ta* Mrtln'ate ,
'tl.e -aving I from of hammock and five acres of rich successfully No..2, death of the baby girl muck: performed, removing a 610
111' Peculiar l>Ua|>pearuiice. has alrol I l >old eernnrate In my nltl eo A. Etler, Cumberland Md. He land. suitable for truck farm. Good growth; on the bode of one of Guy's legs, made application. for tax tlee I .l to l:;iw In so.
[ !r'.as.r At the age; of 11 months, our J. D. Uunyan. of Bntlervlll, 0., laid river front. The larger( cottage baa tbrea JUIII above the knee. It was a slow and urilanc. with law.. bald. cfirtfnoaM mhraoeii JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,
Kurt) be peculiar disappearance of his paloul leaping; rooms and a servant's difficult the following deMirllMj lltuauwl In j jA
tr.0 was In declining health with room up operation, lasting three hours Hrnvard property.... )
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L. -a throat trouble,and physicians symptoms of Indigestion and biliousness stain; and a parlor, sitting room dining and a half. The cause ol the trouble occurred !North' M county(lr South Florida H of" -Wu,..: riarvln flranl. I"
f lIa bei, up.'e were almost In despair, to Dr. King's New Life Pills He room and kitchen below. Tbe adJoin. a few years ago HA was help- "eotlun JJ, tuwiialup W south, ran||.... 34 and M (

\ hen. "II resolved to try Dr. King's New says: "They are a perfect remedy for dlxclness lug cottage bu two sleeping rooms and lag to unload a barrel of flour and it east.The MI| |land. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE i
very for Consumption, Coughs and soar stomach headache, constipation I. servant's room In second story, and Upper, tbe edge of tbe barrel with Its mnijnreor< each tmlnic rtinata aMmwe.. of
nanui .
,'kIJ., The first bottle gave relief; after etc." Guaranteed at Red Cross sitting room, dining room and kitchen whole weight striking him just above T. NAPlr.U Unless ..... certllli-atei Shan. he MEDICINE. "? ,..,1':
: ( tour bottles-she was cured and Is Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. ; price :Z:eta below. Large, brick cisterns to both the knee, making him lame for a long r"leem' ..laco,,r.llnKtoUw./ tax deed will issue Thorough orarM In MICIN,1UAEliItfEIAICt

.;w ta perfect health. Never falls to booMs Adapted. for a nice winter time.( Tbe patient sod family have the hereon Witness on ID the I lilt da..r.Ifnatiire Nep/embcrA.I). lu Ni. and IKCIUII1S | ..Ko.EJUItTII.nor.MMCt.Loctur .
an.l seal
eve and Cure a cough or cold. At lome. love of their DJI\oyfrleud. libjrtayof August,A. l>. UNM. ttoU the H.ll., Ltbor.mri.., Hn.,,lr.l and DI.,.... ,;J3
ed Cross Pharmacy. Titnsvllle Mcts FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING I Apply to GEO. M. RoBBt, 10 this serous trouble mod all hope fora (<-*. CS. -I) A. A-WI .* ART. tl.. lupin...Ip,.* ... .......,.1 ...dl... ,
1 q ") guaranteed' Trial bottle free.; remember the ADVOCATE office. Titn.v111.F1a I speedy recovery, Clerk'll ClrnliIS Court of KrevarU ronnty. fliirlda. ..*..,*T>....... Nigh' _r cot4 ...... ..... Baud. '
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I. V PO .seHHcd. l.y ulll eonimou gouts.Koine East
Coast
, : work along) the lines suggesteti
lia.-i I ulreuily INca done In vurloun

I It plaits, tutu oi'i-asliimilly" a very good

milker\ !IK. produced., One of these. anllualx !. Leal Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 171905.

fi1Ii shoo'liiK e.M'ellence lit Watltu.'
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a a When thlM due. \\IIM fresh and on j-fi'eeu SOUTH-BOUNO-BEAO DOWN. JlpHTH-BOUND-.", a

1 fool she "K.IM: nlmoit u pillion' of milk I
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t + per' tiny," to 'quote tier owner's words. No. 99 No. S3 STAT IONS No.78.'No 88

) Till llluiin.tionhlih. IK furnished by Daily Dally.a Dally 0.11.

Necessary as Rain MM.. Kdwiird Ruby, tho owner, of Chicago BOOr 0 40a 1st. __...Jwks. invlllo. .......... Ar "loop; ,"81. ,
4 ) and quantity of tho Nho\\i the duo ut three and ooTp 0 4&a .. .80. Jack HunTllieHt. ..,...,..... Lv 062p 1 8 '. .
i I'; of on I Ii 10) ft* n Auiruntlno .._......... .. 0 BOp I 7 4e>
I on a suifiUency a half yen 1-4 old and three months after fin p 118 a MH..H...H'kSt' inge........__ 4 65 p/ II 49 ,
her 111'011.1
i t I kidding of the doe she dropped four "';781p" 12 lip Ar .......?..._1'.1". tka ._._....... LT "4 10 ; ;;;,-i"
1 kids and three the Hoooud time. Her 00 0411> 11 :25a a LY ._...___..1'1.' .' ka .......... Ar fl 00 jj fl\ :,.. ?
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I'm; Fertilizers which nre uonforiuatlou and, record show her to I'r r Ova 8 :21 p : OOP Ar ....m......... flan M n.oo................ LT :a 10 -....
, p 14 will never produce: lie n very de
;tr I, 1 ... flit mothers of the AIII'I'I'II111111.\ goat c -7-;imp;;;- U 8-J p L. ?..._...._....1'1'' eOIl"."._...?_. L'I "8"'M p844p 10 ji, *>*.
1 be familiar with the rt: 8 03 |,1:141: p ? ..._._...._D..nuella...._...___ "'
I i I l : : ::' nl i Ingre: writ that go to k'1fQ 8 10 p U oil p .. ........__...MD"pOIl'8 7p SiS. R
for kind of '
l every I H 41 1 US 0 1 ...___ ""
1 l ol The f.tipwTorin'JLio p p M'M" rmon< 810 |P 4 9n
I : piililmherf researches ll series this h..oh.all i I CNON. 8 63 | 1 89 |1 .. ___. lea tan"... ......... .. 8 00 P 4 47 n ar
t ) Ie., which'' wowill on semi flee Ki: | ewoim, Mtu.vH In old' yards/ \ nil .r4i 9 01 ii 161 |' .. .............Bo rt Orlln"o?,?_..M.. 2 BOp( 4JO( ,J*
rt I t now while you Ihiult: of winter and IUIUH tu the Nul'f711'e when U U 25 Ji :a is i' Ar ....._._.Ne w Smyrna .. :280 p| 4 1.:, .ia .,

I KALE WORK 1 the tlayi\ gi't warm. HP H dlsconratjo I Iby , ny1 .C 10 at a -p Ar. ..._......_ L...le-Union; :..._...._.. LT i'i".i.a lOiKMl I 0
N..... Nlmrt or cleanhiK up anil the lll.eivil: use cf iaa u 3 BSp ... _.._.......Cr.nge iltv ..........,.?. .. 19 85 p I .7
10 411 4 OOp .......Or "no ttoo....... JJ: 30
I'' -'&1H south IJroad Street lime. A K') III 1 wiiy to fool him N' t) l.. a nge City p 845 I
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lo-atc Hi" i I'onltr.y( yard, In a new plae ejjR: : X.T. ._.,...,...N"'I' 8myrn......__ L'I :9 top 40m
lOOOp :261p _._-_.........oak 11111.1 1 ...__...__ 1 Sip Shin
thnl Is / ,
----- -- - -- hll pi'' I mid lr.\-PIII'1lI .1011rr.lI.: Ar ....._..... .. ..
C 10 M p aaop t* Ti'U81'1II0...__._. 1 16 p 3 pun 3
. Tri-Weekly Sailings. . o -. -,
MILK GOATS. To Cure a Cold In One Day II 00 a........... Ar...._......*<..Hnt Yard.**.._._....._..V'I 10 oo a .in oo a 0


r I I J I' j ""I Tlieiii<-rliiM-IIrl.-...-.-_ Our of :Mm. lets.Take LAXATIVE DnitrKlxtB refunil JJitOMO the QUININE money Tab If it BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling .goop: ( .3Me. :,I

4 OIJ ____. .1000.......__...._ .. U 34 :a r>
f4 I I'jdivurd lli>l), '.. I'I".-U. falls E.V. drove's 11181> P p I.l .,
to .
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; t'' cure signature ; at Charleston S. C. both V 11 :29 IiII 4 13 p __ ._Rook 1..I"e..._.___ 1 2 110 |> :2 In, ,1
SliiiM It him liiM-oinn fvlili-nt. that the )In each box. 25c.; Ked Cross Pharmacy ways) 08 |i 445p __..._.. 4)alie.____ 1I68a 141n tJ_.
t I r -------- b <1I- 08 a 464 P __._ .111"00' urno____ .. 11 tun 1 34 ,
p Alburn;; gnat lniliiHlr.v. In. 'iiilt| (' wiiirolyOHtilbllHlii'il The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe c 1:1: Bin I 37 p ,I_. _._Jnb.tttlnn.. __ .. lIU'&jU61'i ::
+ lhl'Mliliiilll" ( ) tin. roillitry /K, "'U- SKIM MILK CALF AHEAD.llvnily ._ 1 89 a. 6 20 p ." __......_..Nt. L mule...?....._._. 10 ll n ]li uorr' UI
0.a 1 68 a 6 41 p _......_JTiirt PI.Tlbb .' .__._.. 10 lisa1 U! 55 I' N
rnlljr ninny people| lui\i very niitiinilly Clyde New England and Southern Lines. > :318n 118 P r. _?._._.: nls..........___. .. 9i0n'll) ,',' l 2 ,, '0
i begun to Olllmlllor. . to. 3nike Economical <:ialn In I e (pilHrlillllilll-H Itt fie KrcMl Lot.Vltli Direct !Service: Between of :2 :38 a 7 lip M..J"n..n. _......_._?_.. 21 a 131 i iU :.J
i 1 1 55 39 7 28 ...._......... .. . .. 9 tin
jinnllicr IniliiHtry which III some I'L"P"t. \ th" \.tlt Boston :a a p .Stun tC "'. .. .., 01 r
Providence and
all Eastern Points. _:
lit of the liiuid ep- Jacksonville 8 08 a 7 66 p __?.. Hobo Hi inn a'...._....... .. SUa 10 II'
4 r .. U. fliwply iilllf:! ID, It-namely. arc tot' the question. N often asked. as ...1 8 27 a 8 14 p .. _.___......West Ju pitor.............. .. 8 2ta lit) 1IU I'.i' Co
I ((Calling at Charleston S. c. both 8 61 ___ Palm' .. 7 48 II I'
i1. fr the mill nieiits ways) 404. P .West Ueuclu.. ..?.. ll I
the
t Kr>:H Imlimtry. In order to nn- to relative of slIm milk .. . ... .. 7 90 9 Ia I V
BB.MI-WEEKI.Y; BAILINH8IBonthliounrt ear 4 82 a 018p __ .. ? ,Boynton ,............__ a I
Hwor. tin tiiiinoriiiM III| >HI| >IIH shut It from the creamery and from tho handseparator. ... ... . ..... .. ... . .. . .. .. . . . .. .. ..... .... .from Lewis Wharf Boston I- 4 42 a 9 28 p"" ___........._ D.lr..1......._...... .. 7 IU.I\.. Us(,I p .ry
I 4 <' A tent comparing the! two Northbound . .. . . . .... . . .. ... . ... ... . .front foot of Catherine. street, Jacksonville m a 81030 21 p _.......ft.Lnuilo r..I.............,. s A lea
i1 B n 1030p __.......... D"nln ".....M....... lOa Uai i
( f{; wns made at the Kansas agricultural/: 0 BHa ll> 4Jp .. ._..?..... nllandnl"_..?........ .. 0 B8 a 114
fI 6210. 11 07 p M.._........ L..n city; ?.._...... 8 34 a 711'' .
/ H tut lull wltu thirteen cnlves.! At lh..ttho Clyde St. Johns River Line. 0 83 a 11 IS p Ar ..,.._ ..........Mluml................... LT 9 23 a 7211' i
1 4, ciilvoH .nhowud. u dislike. to the odorof --
(DeBary Line.)
the Hterlll/.ed. gklm Dully Drills
milk but theyHOOII
Ex. .
BETWEEN JA'JKSONVILUS:: AND SANFORD. HOMESTEAD EXTENSION dun |
became accustomed. to It and Bun. 1 I
, 1>Y' ors stopping Palntkn.. Astor; SB. Francis HHrearoTiKDeLand( ),and intermediate landings -
dranlc It le 111\11)\ '. There wan pructlouly on them.John's Klver. 6 4Ha .......... IT ...................Miami _................ Ar -r---......... .5 110 I
no dllTerenoe In the gain made by STEAMERS "CITV OF JACKSONVILLE" a.Hell1Cateiid...._......... L. ..........i I 3C'I I 1
the calves between ;the two classes\ of I
lit appointed. to sail.as follows: Leave JurkHonvllIu. HitturduyH'' Tuoxiluvs'' 'and TlnirHdnj-s
: mlllc. Tho creamery, however took at ":JfI 1 p. ui. Ketnrniiifi:, (nave HanfitnJ, Muniluys, WeilneHiliiyHiiil .. . 23 No. 21 '5o. 19 No. 17 No. 15 "'n 21 li |I. u
mlns rlilays at UJt a, m. Dally Sunday Sunday Sunday Dally MAY OAT BRANCH. 1 110. 10Sueda1Slnua) Dill
to
thoroiiKhly sterilize tilt milk
s
Ea Sun Only Only. Only. Ex Sun ,
.I I and wits careful not to receive sour Bouth-BUln,1 e flCHElJUL& Si;; h-i lioun 1 Dolly. -= i EI SB

Iteuii down Rend np. I01)p 64np 200p: r 0 SOag OOnl.T ?...Jacknonvllli......... Ar 8:10! n U DO l tap'
milk that woull.tl'f/ It u tendoiK-y ..eave 3 110 p. 114. . .. ... .. .. . . Jackeonvllle. .. .. . . .... .. ._. .... _Gr V'-T. i, IOsp| 611JI' :4 08 p .IHaJ OHaAr .....So. Jnok vmvllle...... Lv 8 Jau 11 6'L' itip
r'y clabber.\ The band separator" Hklmnllk nave s 4a p. m. . .. ...... .. . . .. . . .. .!'"Iutk.. .. .. .. ... .... . . .. . Ie"ve M ro I" lit..eave 8411.|I' 7vsp 411 p,'10 10 a 9811" "' .........Pnb.o I .3..8Ch...?..? .. 7 SUnrtl OHT c l lip
. 3 (5) ... m. . ... . . .... . . . . .. Astir . . . ... .. ... ... .. Leave 1 SC')>. tu."live 8431'| 72111'| a 45 p 10 IS a 944"' .:..?.Jktlnntiu B"a<;h.,...... .. 41 : was fed! lininedlately( after .sepiirutlon. j 4 30 a. m. . .. .. .... . . .. Ht. I-r"nol.. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. 'Mllve 9 011 In 70111'( | 'In"| 30111'10341.11100": ......,...., Mavy'nrt._........, .. 7 HDlk II IHIn t : layPENINSULAR
1 1I r The calves receiving Rklm 1 save. . .. .. ... .. .. . .lIer..1. (lIoLaDd). . .. . . . .. .. ......I..v" I 09 p. In.Irrive .
bed R 304a. nt. . . .. ... .. ... ... . . Hanford .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. . 030 a. ....
milk were less subject to HCOIII'H.Uefiults lrrive10Il0a.ot: . .. .... . .. .. ...... .... .Elllerl.rIMe. .. ...... ..... ... .... .....Leave 10Uea.m. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MUSI':I.
with wklin milk show the posHlbllltles -
} 1 '' AN AMEUffAN and Ticket Office 122 W. St. Jacksonville.
? 'YATITA. MILK 1OAT. h In raising calves on It ando t:Aen'l Passenger Bay ,

'I f; frri leas received, cniicprnliiK every {"iliiiMn. %. tho variations in these results F. M. IflONMOVOKU' JR., AHSC. Onn. Pa,. Aitc. U2 West Bay St.,.lacUnonvllle. ria. -* Close Connection Made at MiamI with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Compnn) fa \
' ,rn..CRI'KltJr.: Uwal I'rt.Agt., Jikrkmmvllla.; C.: P. U)VKIL, Huiiorlntguilvnt; JackgnnTlllo.twit .
of milk tliu With ciilvca It *
guilt iiiiuiiiKi'iui'iit' ilt'pnrtment young requires u veryentail
,
1tJ Hogan St., '" 'kRonvll1 Kin.k. HAVANA AtVD tEYVET.;
i. I of iiKrlfiiltnro." lum IxMiicil" a Inillc- amount of feed to produce a ,.1. O. HAOKKTY Oon'l Kant'n" 1111111. Aurt.: New York'LYUE; M11.NK':, Oe.... Frt. Art, New York. .
of TMKO. U. KttKK' Oeueral! IMauaiier. WM. I* CL.YDK CO., none..1 t Agents.
t 1 tin of Informiitlou on thlx HllhJ{>d. pound call)
Ch.N.broll"b KulliliiiK li>State St., Opposite Battery l'lI.k. New York.C. .
Thono Time Taljloa show the time. at which trnlrm ...tecl I
to arrive in
bOAXp in
i ''r t Tho ImiiiirlPH have coinu mainly trout I Three Forms if I.rnllnfr Milk II. WALTON. Agent, Tltusville Flo. from, (he e"v"ra1I1tlltlonll. but their arrivAl or departure may at the tuiuis utatoil In n I.I l I
tWO clllHSI'B lf our I'lll/.l'IIH-IllUHO. who i Kesullf of three different ways of nor U this Company to be held rnsponnlbloforacy' vsoranyconauiiuoncuunrl-l" "a I
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4 i feeding\ milk us to cost are tabulated --________________ _- I
mired In for'I fotintrli'H where
were I '
as follows: I For Copy of He LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information'
Boat's milk vim very InrKi'ly of nulelyUB Coat Oo"t *
per I .

!cj economy of gout keeping and! the rc- heiul., Kiiln. J. *>. RAHNER. Ast. Qen'l Pass. Azt. ST. AUQUSTINH
Shim milk lot .............. IS Zl $2.211'
rt ? ported value of the inlllc for children Whole milk lot .. ............ 1913 7.OK
2 9y 1({ l Anti sick 1"'nlIo'|>! The BWOIII! claxH. In- Lot with dams ......... ..... 1100 4.41 The Great Through Car Line from Florida Coach Excursion ticketson Effective June, 1005. The schedule figures for the Mayport Hrairi- nod

+ it 11 clntloH i ninny |>liyHlfiiuiH who, believing Tills experiment shows thut the feed sale Tuesdays and Thursdays' in November. Homestead Extension an shown on above timetable, has been changed ulilltinnil

; In tho liyRlcnlolrlui'H of /olIlIt' milk cost. of raising a good skim milk cult trains being put Into net vice between Jacksonville and :Mayport and th icrvlit
1
3 )' would like to neo Rout ilnlrlcH eHtul. >- neiMl not exceed $.;,27, In contrast toIt,13 TO Till: VAST. between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day each way cavinj |

SI i Jlshoil In (Um nelRlilioiliDoil of nil largea $ for wholo milk and $12 for one Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence Miami S a. m., and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m., arriving Miami !' 'i '>. m
'ltlen.. Htutementri nlsed the A nklnt milk calfbecomes via the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Interc.HtliiK dum.
Ainonii
by
For correct .schedule see any Agent of the F. E. C. My., or for pocket <(mull
of tlio bulletin are tile following on ) ul'eftlltollll'fl to eating grain
< card address the A. G. P. A.Southern.
TO THK 'VI' ST.
"Tho Aiuerlriin Milk (Joiit:" niul roughness early In life, becomes
N the Louisville & XaHhvllle via Montgomery The Mobile & Ohio R. R. ..
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IVatlla, nit Amvrlrun. Milk Hoa. gentle, and when transferred to the

I This In 11 name \vhlHi him teen HUKKowteil Feed lot Is ready to make economical
TO TIIK EAST VIA HTKABISIIII'
t for the lireiil' I which It N. deals gains.
1'' ) t ble to develop\ by nelectlou from the no Ill the Peed I...... Via Savannah and Ocean :Steamship Company for Now York, Philadelphia, lies- Railway
Via Norfolk Steamer to Now York Washington and Baltimore Via Savannah
ton. -
1 called ''OI mnn KiintH now hi thin coun At the close: of the foregoing experiment -
t
and Merchant and Miners' Trannporttaion Company for Baltimore
1 It Is. known Hint the (111fUUllltl1( with the dams
try. mno !K thexo Bud Philadelphia EFFECTIVE. MAY iiH, HHt.t..
/ oats there lire often found Homo excellent were placed In the feed lots In comparison

inllket-H, although: their origin In with tho o rained on skin milk Two Vestibule Tralne ;lUIt. No. 341 i N(>. :/O NORTH AND WEST lull
TO KI2V WEST ANn IIA VANA.
}, II (lb.'III'e.0111'0. told that HOUIO of the mil whole milk Tho results In the Lv "DVlllo..B" Hy 0 Ills t Rap )LvJseksintvllla Jfla. ... 't'I
:V p'Irv f"I'dlotH ..howllln the following Via nlnsular & Occidental Steamship Company. Lv.resup... .. . ... .. ... .. .. " 114 111 104tip'" LvJeallp.U.. .... .... ... Ill!
Italian luimlKninlx have freituontly are : -- ------------ LvSavannnh. .. .. . .. .. .. .. " 1/(11): () 121" Arlll..e..n.n...... . . .. . . m I Iu
brought with them from the old country Number Average' Dally Ar ('"ll1mhl... . ... .... . .. " II 11I\1'\ 59011 Ar At'ant.' .. CIa. .. ., .. .. .. ''A
or Months gain por gain perculvoa. Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points Ar.hllrlotle.. ... . .. .. .. .. .". 10U: >1' OMa ArH..llle.UIl.. .. .. .. t'Arnreenh"ro '
very young kliln In tiasketH.' These . hand haail. .. .. .. .. .. .... " III':! U lip Ar..llltnn.n.. ... .. .. .. . A
worn eareil for an one uf the rhlMron\ red T Ar U"vllle ....... ... ., .. " :l21a 2 'lop Ar'ltnttallnota. Tenn. . .. .
r; and, among the chlMren" and they hate Skim Whole milk.milk.. 10 10 7 7 410 406 210 l. 3HunnlnK 11I.1';AGE TICIJ' TS. Ai ltichuumd' .... .., ..... .. -Shale-/ 6'4:11: ArC'Inclunatl ArlexlnKtun.Ky. .. .. . 'IP mlUt

f tickets good 13,000( miles of the I.yneBhurg J .. ... ... .. .. -484A 421'1'F
no doubt grown up had exerted n CUll'IIhl'rlll with Interchangeable mileage over among principal ..... . .
Ar 1'itarlnttexrllie.. ... .. .. .. " a II
i le Inlhieiife upon tho geut.rulI ] damn. .... ..22: 7 422 200 railroads: the southern states, are on sale by tho principal agents. Ar Wnehingtun. . ... . ... .. I 0 Mil11'1''Ha /III"' Ar'htcage. III . .. .. ... ..

I nyerngu of the milk supply' I In the It will l>o KOCH that the skim mlllc For reservations. and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, Ar "taltnnore... .. .... .". .II. II :Sine' J1 2"1' Lv Cincinnati. 0. ... .. .. 1',1ArWoKtl'htlatlel"hh. I I a
I I .... .... I J :I/Ip Arl.ltlt.allo.JII.. .. .. ... .
1 nclghborhoodM\ to which they were tnkvn. calves made the bext gains. The fce it F I FRANK C. Agt. Ar New York .. . 4 !! _8:11': Lv Clnrlniiatt. 0. .. .. . .. (' 11 4"
I pt Other KOOI) inllkorit 1 lire sal titn r'ortlllbowlI that the skim milk calves iw: West Hay :st., Astor Duildincr, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ar ('hleago Ill . .. :21I' NNn

I I have been brought from Itermmla, and rirMluccd, lOt pounds of gain for 4'.Xtlounds : II. M\ EMERSON, Tralllo Manager W. .1. RAID Geu'l. Pass. Agent.WILMINGTON. Daily/ :l4-.w Pullman Drawing york and IGs1mPlrepingCar'ort Flnrlda Express.'T. . . .. .. . . H ,,,

i; I l.3e this blooil hiiH \probably, hnd Its! offeetKlao. of /grain while the wholo milk \ N. C. Tamil" and 1 Jacksonville to :!Ooew York. ArTletio. U ... .... .. .. .j I IP'
Arlh- +trolt. lIch. ... .. .
\'n should not ho \ calves 470 of ---- -- ---- -- -- -- ----- -- lNn,3n'ashingtonnnd. Florl l.. Umlted." = -
Burpi'lucd, then required pound grain -- -- IIlIlIy I'nl1mall Drawing' Ilooon Car T.rneofnnatl. (.... .. . I ; "
) when vfo ocoiiHionally hear of n Rout per; tOt pounds of gain( and the calves J."k.ollvlIe. toIiew York Sleeping ArP1ttsbur I__1'a.= |

I it that will give from one to two iimtrtx running with the dams. required175; EiE.A.B: :I=ir.I> Lv ('.n'mll.&I. 0.. .. .. . I"" i "rr
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of milk, n day pounds. of grain per 10O pounds. of Through "'fIlE LAND OF TilE BKY" I No. 30 Ar C.1eveIIlM. n .. 31
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I Very rwpntly thU bureau Inn, lieiuInformetl iralu. ____________ AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Lvlarksnt vole lla..... .. .. .. ....Si. Ry 7"11II"j Ar 1..nINvlllo. K)'. .. .. ... . ill
l t hy n I bushR'MN| man of New ty Savannah 0.. .... ........ .. .. .. .. 12 VIa Ar St. lAnaI,. 610.. ..... ... tt
y Dlehiberited't'hey Ar <:nl\1tuhh..8.C. .. ... ... .. .. ... 1/4 U non, Ar Anninttin. AI... . ... . M
li JerHey that there in n large, number of tell a story In furls of PlerroVolff. ArAFhevilleN.C.. .. .. .. .. . .. .. INry1) ArJII.mlnllhatn.AI. 4y
Koats kept In the Italian quarter at1'nllsaden \ the dramatist ArotKI'rl..II'! . =' C.. .. .... .. .. .. " :231p Ar1lleml'h'.10..11.' .... .. I' ': l l"i
: : nephew' of Albert ,
i I ArKlloxvrlleTenn .. ... .. .. .. .... 601'1'' ArKanea.City. Rln. .. .
i Park and upon 111|><'1'1111 In- Wolff the critic and 'III'IIor COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTH RUN PINES n.WMHlINn'I'ON Arlemlav1110 i
\ sworn ( SAVANNAH "' -
1 ()airy ho learnsi that tho average/, Ar lit. Louis :. :: :::::: ": ':':: ::::: :: :: :ft a Ryemphl4; Tonn.::::' : .. aAr
n amount if milk the 11I111111.t'rlIt.'III'/ \Vlioii I IMern ( RALTIMOUE, PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK (Cincinnati 0.... ... ,,. ,.,,,, ,,, Qe, C s15 Hnt Springs' Ark .... - -
< pi'iMlureil HO fur
nx tin
took his first piece! to Antolne it was ac
eHtlmnto run ..I W 1\". IM three pints \per cepttel on 'olllltulI I) Unit he should! put 3l1-Dailyn. : : I-

I lay: Tliirt milk retails unions tho nto It "114 much 1111 \possible\ of everything . Two Elegant Trains Daily . C4nrlnnaH mulSleeping) Carat J..k.ollvtll.N. fs

} t Italians! nt 12: (" 'lItlll'r quart and Imttcr ( that Is abominable. to your uncle\ ... I3-PlIlIman. Drawhig R..olI t AExcellent '1'Jv'
"t 1 U:: al.ii iiniilo thero from "!lilt Ii' Dlning Car Service" hetween 'Taekaonvllle III.mln\l"
tho critic He did this with micliJLKH Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Kansan CIty sail Colorado Sprite
milk to 11 limited l extent which !Bells! at will tU.it ho vcnndallzcd Ills: uncle,

retail !In New York rlty at 30: centiSnnnvti lie public\ tilt staae; llremen\ the dress- AHIIIVALS AT JACKSON VI M.K.

i per 1'0111111. ','11. till' prompter and M. Antolno him MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT From New York Washington. : oto-No. 29. "WaHhlngton. and Florida Llmlteil1 1A

I Ront In nKserlnnil.Th !!self wlm went about nt rehearsal rub- from New York Wiulilneton. etc-No.33, "Washington and Florida Elpreee'|

1 ) arc the kliul or goats that >lng! his hands and Raying, "One cannot ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers! Jacksonville to New Orleans From C Cincinnati Asherllle, etc-So 29, 'VltHblogton and Florida. Limited'"

should IHJ MoUM'ttnl na n fuiiml.ttlon: for g) too fur and, no one shall keep From Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta, etc.-No. 14, Florida Limits,".. .. .

/ the Aiiiorlcaa liroinl and !If their mlllcHttlMH lie from, putting In the advertisements For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

I Play by I'lerre Wolff, Ill'l'h.of Al- Seaboardor writeA. J. O. LUSX :" Dl lst. Poss. Agt.,

I 1 LentVoiiY..' .. When dramatist called 108 We8t Bay St., Jacksonville
O. MAcDON'ELL: As.t. Gen. PJSS. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON 'rite.' Agt.
on his. nncle\ .Alhertsltimtcd) lIl
If I hail a fortune I'd disinherit your."Il4inherlt JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.FOLEY'S B. 1[. HARDWICK' P. T. M., Washington. D. C. W. H. TA YLOE. O.I'. A. \\.h.. .

BROOKS :MOROAX A. O. '.A, Atlanta. O..
t:;, . me all the same, suggestwl / / .
'. ,.. tho nephew. "It will advertise me." BO YEARS n _

; 'Very well then. I have nothing toeim EXPERIENCE -I

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food because it stands so Will curo any caso of Kidneyor TRaDE MARKS
emphatically

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for Bladder disease that is not DESIGNSCO"RIGHTS
perfect nutrition. Ac.rprrwH .

e ... And yet in the matter of restoring beyond tho reach of medicine.GIVEN enleklr Anvnne..nittnN aa'ereeln tier ii .5.1-h ep"wu.and Ira.d..crlpthat wh.ther mar so

1 (10'T.dl:1'lIl'tf'I..t' appetite of giving new B. "Spli-Rvl.' 1:04 N.UP VlrulnUSt.TO DIE., KTsnnTlIla, lI..n.Invention..rletl I.,..probably.....""..nU..I.' rMlr"'Mhle HANDBOOK C"nlmunt.on "...enla.

3 : : '... i.i--, : : fl1rt'Inl'r"II"l'tl' $ strength to the tissues especiallyto Inil.,wriuw i "For over four can I wa trouhlwl flwh Ion;..tree, Ua:.t.enrr: :or I A rr.!:'=... AT-
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the with kldai-r uU bladder..lI eti..D. I lot ....,k.. wn>I its action
''k byrjsut.; 'lth u.ih.'i Lie pmv brut, nerves is that amt was unable to work.. Three physicians all**
of a medicine. to help mo and 1 was Ilvea up to die. FolayKUlnoy '. Scientific: Hmcricam
Tojrsji'iibnrn or Saunea. l liuekn whleli $ Care wa* rmjuiiinienumt mail the ant
thin send for fm namr-l. bottle \ve me great relief anti after taking the .. .. .
are now In country we should { A ". .Im..lIIn.t...''''' w..aly. t..t. ,-
SCOTT.& llOW.Nt, chemM. ....und bottle 1 was.ntiralenreU.." mlitlifin if nny s noon Net u ived I lull would'" producta N44r1 Furl ...... wYork. Mar month.L bold l

I (l lf a sl1tlsf.I.toI'Y nii.o .ut of unite and at t. Jc>Co ud t i.oo| all 4ruq1.t. Two Sixes 50 Cents and '1.00 M UNN & C0.90leroadea:'N wdiirk) THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

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JACKSONVILLE. noleoted ammunition and provisions.and ,

picked! out the four men who won I
to iii-compnny) him-the best at the rJEE: : .ALTO
Where Le Page believed and men utter .
trading post be
HOTEL West hi .
WESTMORELAND JACKSONVILLE! hU own heart; .strong; wiry, lnilof.nlfiilile .
: FLA.
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Lacked NerveBy ( who p'OMlil fight or work so long I

American plan Centrally locate l Just built and opened ns! strength/ lasted and on whom ho''
FRANK M. SWEET could 1 depend. The work was not such ,
this season. Fine cooking and good! table. Hot and Cold Water lilt he would like, but that did not muttor. .

Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All ; It was the compnnj's and lie wn' SELFLOCKINGI
Oop>'right. lea' by Frank U..lih..t"But in the coinpiny's' scfvle'c.!

g. -eet ours pass the door. lutes: $_>. to $2.50>> per day. Die secDiiil day they rctiohod the

like head" of the vnlloy, ontorlng I It by way
factor It neenm to flue Pl1t--
A.rs. A. .T, WALKER Proprietor.
cache*' of riiUno tlu'e nigh \\lilcb plunged in
till!; our hands Into another's i .1 i ;
remonstrated Li Page bluntly. Icy strewn Tillthoy waded:, Ueyoiul,

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. "It's putting our hands\ ", upon .shoulders the ground, nloped rapidly and >MIthickly '
wooili-d. They could overlook' l
that ly'e, bendluK over our own .ACKLE: : .
-On the American and Kurnpena Plan- cache" ," retorted t tlu factor nnRrlly mint of til1 Mtlloy."Now .
under new mn.-gument Xewlv tcnnUliod anti l renovated. A pleasant "Our foiiiitiiny came Into this countryIlrnt \ men," said I.,' Page, "supposwe .

family home. Rates: American Plan, $2 (Oil) and '*2 60; European, SOcta unit rniiK and up. All care form Union Statlun stop at the door. snow line uiiniolwtoil.' and now tll.1111"3', examining the woods thorotiglily. -

II. W. HANCOCK have likely! built a cabli
Proprietor. these" liitt-rUipers sneak In 8111\apl'l'Ol'rl-\ They
I Ie, beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Dieen Oo\e: Springs under the ntc the hl'Mt 11'111'1.1111| i valley In the B.inu'uheris\ If they HOC IIH llit", an I :SLOCK-: :

same management. whole section They must btf driven 8iis" |"u-t our errand\ they nny try to

out. I.P PUKInml/ you must. do It." (keep out of sight."

"\V.t'II." thouslitfully.; "I suppose I ""'lilt it luoiiiont," (':lalmcd; one olt
New Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE: : FLOUIDA. could do It. Hut from the, divide to tho ,' iiicii. "Isn't tint: "' 11101,,' half 11 mile

10 K.utt: Foisyth :btrtet. snow line Is 1big territory for out or so down! jondoT:", OMItho"' o pine

company to claim, tlwtol'1111\ I il >n't topsAnd) bo pointed l with his tin.
Center of City ; cool, ally looms; Hntt-cl.iHs In all appointments. Tbo best
think any of our in on lmliooii Into tfor. /
$2 to $: .+>0 American plan house In the city. Open all the year. European that particular valley for more thin Le P.ige;: shaded his oyos I* a now and !great Invention ns It HIIVI-S' time, money and labor. It will

plan, $1 per day, one peison. Free bus from trains and steamships, Near two yinir-4.'' It In fifty miles'' away and. "'You that's smoke," be said after i\ wink horizontally, upside down or tit any angle It Is impossible for the rop.K
off our regular line ot work. I jji-nor "sharp, scrutiny, "and It seonn' near the i
all car lines. Special weekly rates C. B. SMITH Prop "' when locked and 1 lever or; I.igeerloirouttauhulent U used In this do-
ully scatter my men along the rive stream. .nll') \ built there 011 account to slip no

country on account of tho animals citnliiK of the WII"'r. Well, we'll follow vice. There Is only ono lope to hoist', lower and! lock tho loud, and It Is impossible
to ilrlnk and the ender triuiHportiitlon. right down the bank. and sottli
SEAnIU:ixi:, I-LOKIDA. for tho. to Jam or chafe noel Ihcio I lit nothing to Ret out of ordeaIn
That fnmllv could roninln In tin things at once. Hut ml ml\, men, tu rope

volley 11 lifetime and not really hlrtI""' lighting unless there's need.Vt".11 try this oilglnnl tackle block,

You know that, fiutor. IJonldox", they to |ioisii.iilo them to leave peaceably May bo soon at JainiM I'lltchaul\ it: oiVs: or at lire AHVOCAIK ollloc, Tltuaville.
BON AIR CABIN have Just ns mm-li right, here us we If thr-.v refuse to go. we'll uso force

have. And there la nnothor thliiK." coolly I tnliilt we can got( buck to tho post b}.

and iKnjrhifc the wrath thnt awns tomorrow night. -

OCEAN 150ULEVAKD: SEABREEZE: FLA. llainliiK): to the fm'tor's face, "," 'N' since There was' little nooil of caution, for

One block from the Ocean and Claienilon.: Largo airy I heard how they wont to the valley; tinground nlong tho bunk wits! cov

Rooms Good Table. Reasonable Rates by the Day, last winter, Just a young man and hl'4 (!I"'Iwith pine noodles and givo no

Week or Month. Dinner SOc; breakfast or Tea, 30o. wife, ncroMS JHIO miles of n" Monk country sound of their footsteps, and tho tree ,
us even a trlll'lwr't'r turned his' wore MO thick ,as to conceal everythinga
s. s. JONES: 1'roprlotor. I
back to. I have wished that, I (conk few rods nwn.v. It was only whoi

moot them and shake hand" they hid' nppro'hp.1:i; I to within tblitijuris .

"You Hoom to I.no1111 about them" \ that they saw the cabin.Hut .

sneered the fnotor before thoj re i<'lied. It a 1\0\11'\11 ,
THE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA Seabrep..t'. (Daytona mIQ
Iteach,) Floilda.The \ "Not a word more than you. Antoine came IUMT.N lug out. w ringing; her bands"' [
Ions up thnt WilY trapping anti told you "Oh, 111011 Dion, moil lieu!" she crlewildly I
Hotel whnt he toM the rest of us. lie met the "My husband b.is boon bur l1Jj
only on Daytona: Hench Open\ llie'Kntlie, : Year.
mim hlmxelf' nml beard 1 blm nny that he hi a falling tree! 111111 .must.. have n 11j \
had not been mariloil long nml, that the doctor It Is sixty miles, and I haven THIS
(It I Ma i n home-like hotel at a reasonable pitce. Electric lights and all modern sNOws
Ht'l"
batty nil'1 cannot loti\c It nod'\
unvcuiences. Sea food a specialty. First-clans lively In connection with' the in1 hll ''1111'1. Oi.! moSHloui-s" \ UKSKlours THE FRONT

hotel. HateR $2.00 per day and npwardH. Special weekly and by the season. Ten dc not let him die!" OF THE
1.1' Page" WI.I man of quick' thought ,
high grade furnished cottages): on the beach In connection with the Hotel. Special WALTONPAT.
an prompt 1I1"IJlIllitl of uipiillu,' tc'! THESE ARE OUR I
attention given to traveling\ men's comfort. ,
I hclu't'hirlion to his men lie "said ., BLOCK PATENT LONGROLLER -
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rfm bluntly;
D, J. HOLT i r
Proprietor.
4 You will ro'l"l1 nt 0"" > to the' BEARING

"ill-tor. Tell h'il! t" c\ne! ItiOll Is a SHEAVES. 1

(I'lu-e. "'alt. I will senl him n into." j

OLD SIAKUIIZK, nOOUAr.L, FLA." : 7 '' yt Ilg rl4 I tl Hcrlblil'vl' ,) n few 1111('" on the back: err'
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if mi enve4npe[ ami m I gave It I to one of ,. .
the" ". !" hi' \\,1'-.1.. .. .
men ow go 01'< Tin ,
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The Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACH FLA.Is i'' Fu..tordId not hues the nerve after J .

(9 nil 1 um itolnar to the River des Quince ', ,
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pout lifter n doctor for the mini, who ,Is prxi,, .'?' ; (
now open for the summer Reason, under the management of the owner, hurt, [ con KO iiiftckor thnnlny ono Hue' f , . t IYt,j
HORACE F. STEWAKT. handsome and new, situated on r>ayt"na V 1 11 Of course I shall 'lose the .c:'IKI, due m*. '0,'
Beach, the hotel Is modern In all its appointments, with large airy, pleasant since I lenvo' the cnmpuny's Mi-rvlt-a,
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating's Casino and Tier. K10 PACE.
Tbe surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. Hut he did not lose the mousy

HORACE F. S.TEWAUT Owner and .Manager.TITUSVILLi Three months afterward/ n letter reached / ( : .'

him through nn Indian I'unllpIt\ {( .
':, was from the company's olllce In Lou- gOO ILE> .. ,

FIk don and ran:

Hy advice of our correspondent! at Quo-
THE ALPINE COTTAGE TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. bi-o wo have dorlilvd. to appoint you to thefnctorshlp
c of tho trudlnK post which controls .

Now opened. Everything/ at this boaiding-bouse Is new and tip-to-
juiHlne and service flrst-cl.iss with reasonable transferred to another post. Yours
rates. Good and polito at-
tention. -4.1 resr,-etfuliy, 'I', PAYNE Bwrntttry
MRS. KATE MYERS
Manageress. \ '
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I 1 S.-.Any iirrmirn at nulury duo you
F. A. I.OSLEY Assistant. .. will tu Mont from tho Uuebno ufllce
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Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves
PEACOCK HOUSE "011, )1&'iSlKt:1I"ll MEsurEt'us: uo ror L1T WlijMvtnU llnnt.
TITUSVILLE FLA. DIE." fjold does not tiirnlxli I like other metalbecause

First-class Hoard at Reasonable Rates, Restaurant and l Retail Grocery In two had readied( the valley In good 1cOlUlltlolI. It In' not acted 1 upon by oxygen

onnection. MRS:: M. L. PEACOCK, Prop. That In all, only you and I or water. It Is' tho molntur In the /ntmosphcre .- --- .
look ut tilings; differently. w'lilt'b CIIIISOM' other metals to

INDIAN SPRINGS, OA. The factor's wrath could not contain furnish owing to their' OXIllltioll11' _
Itself longer, ter contains /a large propoitlon of oxy': -, -

.l'U, and It Is time oxygen, of course' ,
1'orlinps so, stormed( !, "but you'lldo

THE WIGIYANIiINDIAN SPRINGS, GA., this! Just IIH I look nt It. You're under In the moist air combining. with tbo I J i ItN 611!IIIII ''NN ii bl .'
rniijtrnrt to the cotnpnny""For Nil' rfacc of the metals that 11\1'1'/4 them lhl ll \ "

live years." calmly' "to hunt with tarnish.' 1'Iii ilnunt, like gold, ru III
GF.ORnIA'S FAMOUS RKSORT.: trap/ mil lo lice work nciordlng. to my Hints the Influent of oxygen and inols- ,

.V panacea for diseases for a hundred years, i Is 'now open for reception of ability. I am natlHfloil." tare and when pure neither runts nor

Aleuts. Fine Orchestra, Howling Billiards, :bwimn.ini Pool). Located mld- "Well," menacingly, "3011 will take tllt'III..III'M11111I11111111I also docs not
Way between Atlanta and Maoon. four men and go: to till valley and rust, neither hot nor coM, water/ having
The Medical Baths are obtainable only at the Wigwam. For analysis of clear it of lit! vermin. any notion upon It. 'Iho HulphurctodI'ydngon
Water and rates, address How?'. \! : of the atmosphere, which no
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feCOVILLK BROS., ".\uy wny you like, no long nl'lt'N' \ rendlly tanilslios silver, ban no effect I i I II
Indian Springs, Ga. I'pon aluminium which under ordinary II
- done thoroughly: snapped the factor IIM
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circumstance" Ha I
--- - --- - preserves appearance
o1) never asked n rpioHtloa like that I I
L'ILTMORE, N. c. In-fore. You mimt lie liming nerve. as ,perfectly as gold dues.' Sliver tarnlxIicM I I (I i/

Shunt: tln-ni. burn them, droun thorn; on exosuro| to the air the agent i

there ure WII,'" enough. 01"110"-011- producing (thin effect being the Hulpliur.
Iron Is. the metal wbUb tornNboM' and
trolling\ liiniHiIfwith '
Kenilworth BILTMORE, N. C. it n N1'ort-.IIl. -
Inn hops )'011"1 better not do tlint. Stories rusts most cushy' Its otlillzntlon proceding ,

NRAK ASHKVirT.E.. : get!' out mid lrt'.IIIll) the country <' until tho metal Is completelyeaten --- ..---- - --- '.
against un. frighten them oT( A or burnt away with tho rust. "

PEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. good WilY Is to destroy their i-nrnp andlr""I..loIIR IIOTT (n Spell iiiltrvlliiK.. Those long Roller Bearing Miunvr, which ore looked upon ns the greatesanti
( anti take away nil their -frictlon roller bearing In the world
"In most CIIHOS/ "umbrollas are not are without cages to bold the roll
EDGAR B. MOORE, Proprietor. weapons/ then give them, no
many
fairly worn out: they are rnlneil In place and therefore are far more durable nod, run 'with far leas. friction tuft
- hours to lonvo the
nil rlglit. I followed country.| tbut method They'llgo through curele. IMIIOMH, (,f (their owners" ha old-style cage The heave castings' are made solid, standing double th

NEW YORK.llote11ar1borough :. said nn umbrella and cane num."Wlieu t. tralnjof the skeleton Iron heaves
until I was given charge of a post :
I see n man walking with 11111I111"rl'lI:1
And Le- Pagel""Yes / !
: tightly grasped/ In Ids hot
factor""Yon
innd I smile to myself, because/ know

\( way of looking will discontinue'nt thing. having You belongto your that: very soon that man will bo waning THOUSANDS OF THEM .SKLLIXU IN TILE NEW ENGLAND STATES.
a new umbrella Tbi-rn
usurerwily '
the company ami I voice the com.pnnjr'H of making nn umbrella wear nut For.all'klnds of biiMluenHCM where a Tackle Block Is t'nod--

Broadway 30th and 37th Streets, New Yorlc. order ITnderKtfliul Any full-1 quickly than thin' habit of carrying It .
ure on your part or leaving the
'-ompletely Renovated' and transformed In every department. :Most cenrally orv- about "'..1ts\ middle. Again: after hung
toe lowing
located hotel on Broad"a,. ELECTRIC LIGHTS: and TELEPHONE moan everything comlug out In the rain you should turn
every room In the house to you. That's the cotitrm-t. your, umbrella down 1
1I1..le and J lot
EUROPEAN PLAN 401) Rooms. tat bath rooms. Rates: $IiO and\ upward "I trove r,:Hiil It," smilingly: "nml my the. water drain off as it ate miN with : t
without bath. $2 and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $3 way of l.-Unr; at things hits never In. the handle downward., tliU Walton Self-Locking Block Co :
doing
Hd i Hy
upward. Parlor two bedrooms and bath **> and upward. I terfored with lilY work to fur, You the
SU'EENET-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY, know tint ot you the prevent framework water and from getting ,, .
thereby
E. M. TIERNEY Yes the, factor knew It. nut Htlll his protect 401Atlantic Avenue .
Manager. -
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ribs from ru tlnlC, Some wen open DO.STOV: MASS. {'
eye followed the strong figure Itstrode
a* heir umbrellas
before ntnrid them
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nwur anything hut frlend'ly
up to I hoks. There wan" !bail bloml between
THE .the two, Sal 1 but for the fact that I/e the umbrella may stretch when
ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE Jt In wet. Another thing toonevIT
'l'uJl" was worth three
any men at the foil
your umbrella" 11 11. as to do no cuts JOB PRINTING k
l lost toil <'i nM control the other us he .IIk."-IHtrolt Tribune.Ha .
".45I. .V no one rlso had ever 'i to hate n n limUnctlre, knowledge of

where tn olitflln the best and mo tour: PRICES: ARE RIGHT "TK1 he wouM long ago have found old original GROVB'H Tasteless Executed at the office of the '1r'

..1'l.- menu of getting rM of blm. Moreover I Cblll:; Tonic. Yon know what you area I
he had no uneasy feeling that the
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. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING e company a" much raltuxl. an Le It did 1'nga'm bis services own. almost form. Xo cure no pay, 'Wct. at the EAST] COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.. IF Iw I-
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t1' I 1 ...............MMM1) raatrf. ff.......rf.. fM ffMi'ifrf..* BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS', BASEBALL. : ? ---J.

,;r t We have been dealers }In diamonds SiaN ERS. baseball THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS ,
r Titusville 1
: of the
:Manager! : Rollins,

: DIAMONDS I !I and other precious stones i The Board of County- Commls ioneri. team, has made arrangements for : 'US'V'l.11e: F1oric1__ n.\I\

j i met <.n this 7th day of August, 1UO.Y, the following games for his team: Our Lond.ers i ,I

i r jj************************? since the establishment of our :| at 8:30 o'clock a. m. Present: It. A a llami-Tltnevllle. iATT'As' .;
Conklinir, chairman;W. 1C. Walker, J. R,, EDWIN CLAPP SHOES MAN : SIIIRTS, STETSON / '
.. : business in 1868, and direct importers for more than 20 years. i Miot and T. J. Cockshutt, with A. A.,, The Miami boys will play the homi CROSSE'I'T SHOES, E. & W. CALLARS, KNOXrul J 'I
J E Stewart, clerk, and J. P. Brown, sheriff boys on the Titusville diamond on Sat AND> THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES; FOR THE LA1MK-\ 1

; 5 =We save you the middleman's profit= :: Minutes of last meeting were read and urday, August 10th. This game: prom I,

approved.It unusual Interest, because i It' The largest and most complete Iii... <>+ .
( be of
is moved seconded 1 and motion car sen to
ti'iI4 : of the date ready-made clothing ever shown. ,
P be Instructed to will decide the champion nine
/II> J. :: ried that J. O. Fries "
w ... ''J"' /U.a i cfiS W !J I WItlTK FOR 01'IICATALOG survey the side Hacks and spurs and East Coast. East Coast; Ranging In price from"*> .

f == yards of all railways in Brevard countyIn .
.ti rat den tow n-T It owl lie
: JEWELERS a: ietroRTERS. UK. : order to obtain accurate measurements II Low Cut :Shoes, In the Tan, Patent I ?,

I4 i I of the same. Mr C. E. Pelot, manager of the ,r Canvas, Pearl Buck, Tan Buck, Yin l e K ,
'III'I
: 41 Went Hay St. Jacksonville, FhL. \. : the The redemption Comptroller of all Is requested tax certificates to allow on Braldentown baseball tea.m. was In Tltus Tennis; ranging In prices for the 4 I'anlto -

*********************************** villa, Sunday, and made: arrangements
*
***************** lots 1 and 2, ex n 5a of lot 1, Sec. 111(!, Tp. the famous Edwin Clapp $0 :;1(1.(
!, ;i .-- -- 23 a., It. :37 E., by payment of the mill. for his team to play the Tltusvllle team

- AN IMPORTANT LAW SUIT .age levy on a valuation of $40) for each on Wednesday, August :2lrd.!: The Our line of high art, tailor-made clotli: ), m 0\11'
MOTIOTJV
4 J I.r. 3t. year for which said land was sold, with Braldentown team Is on a three weeks'tour stand the moat rigid inspection. Only at.
AT MIAMI out Interest and the collection of all subsequent teams of the
omitted taxes on said land on a playing; the principal est and best fabrics enter Into Its con trl 'I'D,< ,

Almost the entire time of the CircuitCourt valuation of $10) without Interest. I State, and much Interest Is manifested! The latest designs are carefully studicr, ,mj|
I 'llpl Tax Collector's of poll taxes collected here over the first game: to be played embodied therein. We ask your ,
1 DUZc . at Miami, for the past two week, during: the month of July. 11)05\ with aVe t Const team, and particular with this inspection.In
connection department,
has been taken In the hearing of too the 100-t( was w. arty
:: up amounting to $7 for year which has been so successful this '.
I ly one line of
received. a complete and up-to-date flentlnmen'n
Miami Transfer Co. vs. C. T. McCrln e of the
Tax Collector's report of licenses col. summer. Mr. Pelot was captain Furnishings. Shirts of the famous Manhattan;
mon, in which the Transfer Company
lee ted during the month of June, 11)05) : Stetson team last winter, and has pitched band In Madras,Cheviots and Percales 'ti 1'' ,"othnegligee
wa given a verdict for a part of the sui. for State and ftlD.BOfor : / this ,
; I RYi wt-11SL1 amounting to $19 a series of games for the Cocoa team and still bosom effects. Earl ., ivij.
;
I sued for; and the case of C. T. McCrlrr the County was received. somewhat known to the :
mon vs. the Transfer Co to recover Tax Collector's report of licenses collected summer, so Is son Collars.\ Knox and Stetson Hats .in fact,
during'the month of July, 1UB.!) bOKcball fraternity on the East Coast. every accessory to a well-dressed man' ward
damages In the sum of $:iOOOO) for breac
amounting to |:>./>0 fur the State, andt2.7 robe. Our line of neckwear Is unusually om.
of contract. for the County, was received. The Deland baseball team crossed huts' plete, In Strings, Ascots, Four-in-l.amle. nnd|
; I I In the latter case, the evidence ar.. County Treasurer's report of warrants Saturdaylast also made up shapes. All the new coloring.
on
with the Titusville team,
pouring to point to two versions of the paid during; the month of July A. D., Suspenders, Stockings, Underwear and Hand.
I 1IIO5, was received and checked up and on the Tltusvllle diamond. The kerchiefs. All new stock and of tin brat)
4 ...../....._9. contract, and that each party wRlIl'ro- Board appointed T. J. Cockshutt and W. people of Titusville enjoyed one of the grades. Mall orders a specialty.
I ceedlng: under his own version without Walker committee to destroy the being
1 ; R. a best of the season, the score -
I Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers the minds meeting on a mutual contract, paid warrants turned over by the County 2 games 0 in favor of the home team. ______ __ __ ___ ___ ________ ____ ___ -- -- -CO;

lra ,;: rt Ales, Stout, Etc. Judge Jones Instructed the Jury, Friday that Treasurer bad with performed his report their; they duty reported and The.to line-up was as follows: .K..'M...xM'f M..rf rf.....it....rf rf MrNf M.rf rf..rf.rf...rf rf..ye..p.
J57 3end me your orders 1 1TITU8VILLK afternoon that under the circumstance they <
.
{ and COCOA, FLORIDA and the law, the plaintiff was not entitled were discharged. The Treasurer had attached Titusville. Position. DeLand. SINC 0 trT i:
d to his report a certificate showing Williams, !'. . Pitch. . O. Xelgler; C o=Cilia O =o
called for
l 1 to a verdict, and that they must that the amount his report was <
. , .Catch. Kurtz
find a verdict for the defendants. on deposit In the Indian River State Hopkins *
1 J. R. WALKER & CO., The Jury returned with such a vet. Bank to his credit as County Treasurer.In Driver , . . First . . .Yeargin ** =@C =@)= :

the matter of the voucher of East Alexander, . Second, . . Ollphant <<
TITUSVILLE, FLA. dicct, and the Court rendered a decision Coast Lumber A Supply Co., of $211.10 *
.Short..N. Zeigler Stock at own Price. Everything -
Ponder Entire
I your
I 5th Com My
that the defendants go hence without for lumber furnished for the ::
I missioner's road district Inasmuch as Johnson . Third..Lupe :
delay. this material was all used in St. Lncle McLendon .Left, , . , . Sams :: must go by September 1 1st. <<

Mr. McCrimmon wall represented by; county, and St. Lucle county having received Williams, J . Center . . Bennett GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. :
Judge II. F. Atkinson and Major Ht her rata share of the millage :*: ESPECIAL ATTENTION
pro Revels . . ,Right . . . Voorhls
Clair Abrams. The Miami Transfer Co In the road fund belonging to that county. '
was represented by Col. Blsbee, of Jack On motion the voucher Ivey Lawson The score, by Innings was follows : G. L. MANDA VILLE, Titusville, Fla. 5
balance contracts No. H and 0010100 I I) 0-2.
for \ vlJle-O
sonvllle; and Col. Geo. M. Bobbins, of: 10, for$18,road running on from Sebastian to Tltu DeLand00001)04000.() J****************************************************

Tltu vl11e. district and road run- ---- -- -- ----- -
\ tooth line of :3rd ----- -- - -- - -
It Is said the cone will be appealed.- ning from Sebastian to Roseland Is referred This game: was witnessed by more people

Miami News. to St. Lucle county for action. 1 than any this year, many coming EIl.. RRA:: = dz RRO.,

On motion the Board adjourned until from places: across the River, as well ah DEALERS IN-
2 I p. in., August 7, 1005.)/' from' LaGrange and Mlms. -
SPECIAL ELECTION. The Board of County- Commissionersmet GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS..
on this August 7, A. D., 1U03\ at 2 ,
Monday p. m. Present It. A. Conkllng, chair TITUSVILLE 2; DAYTONA 0. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FER'TILIZERS'We
election in town
There on -
was an man; W. R. Walker, J.K.Allot und J. F., deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consumers.

bui very few took the trouble to go Wootem and T. J. Cocksbutt, with A. A,. ]>*I. n to the polls. The election was called Stewart, clerk; and J. P. Brown, sheriff Game or Ba........). E. L. BRADY 4 BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

1 "Our Perfection IraTn.lu" to; vote the question of levying Reports of Justices of the Peace J. M., -- -----
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i.. f upon McBride and W. C. Peterson One of the best games of baseball eve ---------- ----- --- -- --- -- - ---- ----- -
t Sanders, C. T.
tax of three mills for the
c'fdr .Han the Celebrated Tray Trunk for Hale a special were received. played on the DeLand diamond\.was witnessed .A.<:;C>1'TE: 'O.,
mill for <=
and of &
'y ky' term lof one year, one The Board proceeded to open the bids yesterday morning, when the :.
-Call and Bee It- the second all taxable and public roads
year upon prop for keeping up building teams from Daytona and Tltusvllli
L erty In Speoelal Tax School District No All bids for road work in road district -Dealer In-
attendance rather -
said to be used exclusively for No. 2, are refected, they being excessive played here. The was FANCY HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
1 I, money The fallowing bids are rejected tbey small, owing to a great: extent probably STAPLE AND GROEERIESJ ,
,,7, Robbins & Graham Go., the public free schools in the above die being excessive: Road District No. 3. to the rainy weather of the pas KINDS.

I o trict. There wan also an election for Cont. No. rt, John M. Minor $125: OC week. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
:' I"n IPA', (Incorporated.) three school trustees In same district. .. .e 8, .* 35 01
The by Innings:
u u 175 OC() score
1 1 1 1Y Ij PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00;! Those who have families were very 7 0,, J M. Minor new road 14(> IK Titusville (0000020) 02.Daytona0000000000..

This company owns much in favor of this special tax, while The bid of A. Dyal for contract No. 11,, Wn R. Walker

t those who have no children had little to Is hereby rejected on account of being reached first until the
M' L A Jq":: ::: :c S. Inadequate. Daytona never
t ; say In the matter. fifth and few Tltusvllle men had -- Dealer In -
road work In district No Inning,
r, t r the Indian River Country; On the 8tLncie The four mill tax will now becomi. All bids for the pleasure of crossing the bag befor Staple arid.:: lE'' .n-c' r Groceries: : ,

}* River; at New River and on Da], law [Continued on page 4.] them. Morris made a two bagger in tbe Fruits: and Vegetables.

but died the third.
6th on
suit the times.i ,
Blsoayne. Prices to CARE OF THE LAWN.
i Send for Land List. BREVARD COUNTY ROADS. The line-up of tho two teams: :Hay: ,. G-rsuIn: :: ar: .d Feed

at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. Lawns newly made should not be allowed Titusville. Position. Daytona. -Your Patronage Sollclted-
i Offices
to produce seed. The lawn mower In the southern portion of what war Williams, F . .Pitch.Rodger TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

should be brought into frequent u'se. Brevard county, now St. Lucie, there Hopkins, . . Catch " .Barnes --- - --
---- --- --
East Coast Meat Market Numerous clippings: during the season has been quite a number of good shell Driver . , .First , . .Morrl T.ITU'S'V'XLLE: : -- L1 'J JEt STdI3L

have a tendency to encourage growth roads constructed, or partially so, and Alexander . Second . Krloksoi.

i'' have been extended through: the rural Pender . Short . Bivln
harmful effects. Watering ti
without "Irl
G. F. DUREN, Agent.: l HORSES
has for .Third. , AND SALE SADDLE; :
should always be done at night, and tin districts. Tltusvllle many years Johnson Bagget FEED

r = drenched little past, maintained fine shell streets within McLendon . .Left. . Altmai
I ,gl M sod thoroughly as a ...STABLES... BUGGIES
{
.y-- 7K tr't ,-rte,- If the lawn Is so located as to keep the Interest of late ban been manifested;; Revels ' ,Right . . Wilde BAGGAGETRANSFER '' SURREYS,

co the people are becoming awake to the Game was called at 0:4:1: and finished
grass In a constant state of drought a and TURNOUTS of
= thorough watering will be necessary each necessities of hard-surface roads and at 10:20::! It was a snappy game fron ,

evening. These are simple instructions,,, within the next two years there will be start to finish. HAULING ETC. ..all kinds.

but If carried out persistently the "vel- completed a hard surface road from Ti Both batteries did fine work, few hits

vet effect" will soon become apparent. tusville to the southern boundary of the being made oil either pitcher. Rodgen; J. IMC. Osb4an: ,

G-- 4 .rn-- county. Cocoa and Itockledge have for struck out5 men and \Williams: TITUSVILLEIn rear of Robblns' Law Office FLORIDA

= tae several years prided themselves upon The work by both Infield and outfield - -
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a AUCTION SALE. their tine roads and are keeping them In was good.-Delaod Weekly News.: -

} TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Sheriff Brown had his auction sale of the very best repair-The Homeseeker INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

BOUGHT SACKETT PLACE.Mr. .
:: FLA.Is .
confiscated weapons, seized In violation
ARE YOU GOING NORTH ?
MORGAN of the law against carrying concealed prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentloi
't E. A. G. Nolle has purchased the whole
weapons, on Monday at 11 I I all a. m., an paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
As a groat many Indian River peopleare of the Sackett Bros property at Mime,
t advertised In the ADVOCATK.: T. WETMORE. Proprietor.
I DEALER INl making arrangements to visit the which Includes a nice residence, all the -
number of bidders here
Quite ft prim-
North, why not consult your pleasure household furniture, orange: grove of Jot -- ----------
ent and the sale went with a rush, and
and comfort and take a trip on the Clyde trees, and other things. It Is a fine OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-
from everybody present
', j I I EBICYCLESE appearances, with brass steamship ? Their ships are elegantand piece of property, and naturally, Mr,. ton's Rapid Calking Tools now in use
well pistols
supplied ,
watt the cost Is much lead than by ,all. Nolle Is quite pleased with his purchase by boat owners In the United States.
31 tnucks and razors. One of tho revolvers the ADVOCATE
Price _'.00( and 3.00 each at
You get on board at Jacksonville, and Mr. Nolle has also purchased the Ad t h
u i sold for $11, while some went for a office, Titusville, Fla.
th to New York wlthoutchange dillon owned by Street
go through property, recently
and
l Wheels Sold, Rented Repaired. BOO 1//:.
; or dust. Get your tickets through the A Cooper, of Jacksonville, and Houston,,

;' Enameling and Repairing a Specialty. PURCHASED A HOME.Mr. I Clyde agent, Chos. 11. Walton, TItus Texas. It contains 100 acres of land,. Door

{ t I vllle, Fla. and Includes a seven acre orange grove, ,

-Shop next door to lJl\kery- Walter P. Giles has purchased the It is about four miles southwest of Tl-

I M I louie now used as an orllce for the Tl BOUGHT PROPERTY.Mrs. tusvllle. This property will be In cbargof / and '

tusvllle Kloctrlc Light Co., and formerlyoceuplell Mr. Nolle's son, Albert, who Is a port
F J. L. MOBLEY, as a barber shop, from Capt. Adhemar Brady Is still evidencing owner with his father ti
her faith In the future of Tltnsvllle,
and the
Prltchard Is
Fames having same --- Window
TITUSVILLE, FLA. residence On \Ii
moved back from the street and made by buying more property. LARGE GROCERY COMPANY,
Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal.! Giles Monday, she completed the deal by
lultable for a dwelling I!: house. Mr. ,
t omlnlng, Staining, Finishing ,and PaperHanging which she became the owner of the
at the most reasonable price nlll occupy the same when completed. The Magnolia Grocery Company which Frames

,I : consistent with good workmanship This will be very convenient for Mr. Frost cottage: on Hotel street. has long been doing a successful bust INVITE A GIRLto

illes, living as he will be, right: by the This Is a fine residence property, facIng ness in this city, Is to be Incorporated "'!7J r1J' r-iiJ

All Work on the East CoastEspecially electric light plant, of which he Is .uper- on Indian River, and we understand with a capital of $10,000. The bustnest ... .. .. have a glass: of soda and see whet

Solicited:! ntendeot, and also near hisbicycle shop. the purchase price was $1,500.: Is to be considerably! enlargad.; The Incorporator she says If It's a hot day and ill*
- ---- ---- Are a source of everlasting trouble If
are Messrs. K. L. Brady,,
Let know what want and get my says "no" we miss our guens.
estimate me on it. you Prompt attention INCREASED STORE ROOM. IN NEW QUARTERS.The Wro. M. Brown and F. II. Wharton they are not made right. We have SODA

it l r given to all work Ladle Progressive'Culture Club Miami N ws. special machinery for making them, ALL GIRLS LOVE

1, Messrs. Penney .t llrannlng have have made arrangements with the trus- and make them right. We make them and It's the business of young galla oti

< E. Vesey Hall, eased the store room adjoining their t98 of the Titusville Presbyterian church I CHURCH NOTICES.Next better and cheaper then they can be to see that they have It. Our cads

tt XX lothlng: and gonta'; furnishing store, to use the Sunday school room as a club delicious, cooU\
I I Oeorglana Fla. I IBoa"t the second Sunday made by hand. beats them all. If.
Sunday being
now occupied by O. L. Mandavllle: and room. This will give the ladles a nice' :

I I'' .r : :Bu11d.rAgent rill have the partition between them I room for their club meetings, and they i the pastor Rev. W. F. Allen, will and only 5 cents. Try it.
: emoved making one large store : preach In the Methodist church here, I
Ott room, will have the same IudII', and move In t1.4. C.4. FINE CIGAR
for New Superior Motor. nd giving: them double the door room by the let prox. I Tltutville, both morning and evening, TRY OUR

low occupied by them, which will be II at the usual hours for worship. EAST. COAST LUMBER A SUPPLY
Pharmacy.
j 1 w Have 4 h. p. on hand; call and see It. I CO. Red Cross
Estimates and prices furnished on roll tiled by the largo stock that these :, OLD :NEWSPAPERS for Sale lIe will hold services at Mlms, Sunday \

(' application. gentlemen[ are now buying In the Xorth. Cheap, at this office. afternoon at o'clock. All Invited.: EAT GALLIE, FLA. TITUSVILLE. 'FLORID.ij' -







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