Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: September 15, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00416
Source Institution: University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS, Now' ("ur.houl.!' The Fall Styles.'l'ire A SIMU-I.I! I>rlo.Fiom TO BE MARRIED. OPENING OF FINE HOTELS.


Topics of General interest. The only time a boy isn't hard on his fall styles are now in full swing IIll
I clothes is. when he In i in bed. lie In paltictilarly at our store. This week we have opened foot, we can savu you nituiey. Jut been rooei veil at this office: h,ivo been designated and the mero

hud on his school clothes, because up n full line of all the styles. and reading this ad l won't do it-just stopping Kililin. Kimt Ciiiifl AilriHiilf"Mr. announcement tends to bring tho winter -
notice acts ton cents I
are
rime Reading on this page.: they must, be kept looking nice, fabrics In Men's[ Clothing. In our stoio to look at the pilot' : and Mr. l\[. 1.. Lnmbdln request season, with nil Its galtlea and pleas

hion subscribe for the ADv. but Its all light; lot him romp, play In "urI"n's:\ Furnishing Deportment I and l values, doesn't obi i no you to puns the honor of your presence ut the mmiiai urns, cliMor.

tK: by you the year, It does not cost youu marbles, climb fences, play ball. play you will Intl( all tho Intent! styles of ties, chase. | () of -lrdaughter, 11"1'1111\Christine, As In farmer years the Alruzir: will be

cents per week, postage Included., horse, at nil boys enjoy doing. Buy him eta We have pi'Iced everything for 'lulck| to Mr. Ki-unk llntclilnson Webber, on the (list to open, but the season at thin

ite date. of expiration printed upon school clothes tlmt111 resist the ban Talking about shirts! We have th"lnIn action, HO you not only got everything Weduesday, :HKptomber 27, 1DO.;, at :1 hostelry, will begin considerably later

ii' paper or wrapper every week. This! wear that every healthy boy gives them all the host and prettiest pa'teinn cheap, but you get It l'ellh-thu latex p. in. :2111 KlvtMsldo avenue, Jackson than m recent years. The Al/a/nr la

receipt for your money. No need HolY all wool clothes of unf.ideabl The largest stock of shirts. on the East goods! always. ylllo, Kla." scheduled to open on Saturday, December -

[nsto send receipt for HiibHcrtptloi colors, strong, sewed with silk, good Coast, and at auy price fiom! :;0 ccnts- Just specimen "drlto"-Men's $1:! The vouAlKmiiuigflrhi\d: tho pleasure 11th.It usual, Mr. J, 1'. OrOI'VOII!

i date Rives It to you. strong pockets and plenty of them-be and that I It a nice shirt too, even If the and fl Suits: now of the acqtialntanro of :MUs. Bertha will be at the helm to steer the great

THE ADVOCATE, will\ want them. Wo lend. oontU so small-to the famous Manhattan : *( Tr-U L"mbdin w Iron they resided at Seabreeze, house through another prosperous sea

[tl.no() per" six annum months, ,,In advance." SCHOOL SUIT at J.r.O; IftO;<> and at $l.o.; You will bu surprised to Mail!) Orders receive piompt attention a few years ago, and l fouul liar a rnoHt son. Tho closing ditto. will be Saturday,

f j.7-1 00 per an. to foreign countiies. (0.1)0) and at many other prices We see the shirts we are olTersing at $1.110! (! JUI.U'H Kl.IMK, pleasant and ciiltuird young lady, a. April :21st.! This gives the Alcazar, a

bavejust the kind of suits boys like, and to $1 50, all new stock and the very best Titnsvillo, Fla.Mi. well an one of the prettiest young' ladles, season of over four months, and as It

\vVOCATKS for sale at the fled there Is one thing of which we are sine, goods 1 We bought: them straight from at this popular seaside reKm t. will open lute, no doubt It will till up

>>.3 Pharmacy, Titusvlllo. and that Is tills: Your boys won't cost the manufacturers when we were In the r. A. A. hat: lion; manager/ of the Mr. Frank Ii. Webber Is one of Titus. rapidly. Somo minor Improvements and

Dr B. It. Wilson made u profession you so niuUi If you buy their clothes i North a few weeks ago, and 1 we Intendto F K, I'. pumping Htuiioii ut Tltiisvllla, -!Miss Elizabeth Alttoi1, of Tampa i I' the usual" 1 renovation will be mtuto.

rmlt to Fort Pierce, Tuesday.RRENTFurnisbad here. give our customers the the beneflt- returned home, Tuesday, after spending former popular resident of Tltusvillo, Next on the !Hit Is the Breakers at

t rooms at Mrodson's. Try It.Boys the middleman's pi'oil t. four or live days In Jacksonville. ville's most popular young men, having) Palm Beach This management and

> will be boys, and the average boy It Is our great pleasure to have you lived l here from childhood I Isa valued popular house will begin the season In
ItjProf tf
MinH horde Harils of Ostoun and
) Is always boy enough to be hard on his look, our worthy employees are always nod trusted. employe of tho Southern Express tlmn to serve Christmas dinner, being

II. E. Wakefield, principal of shoos. Boys' Shoes should be well at your service, and sire only too pleased Miss Francis mold,of Malabar, receive). Co., and llll now agent for this com- scheduled I to open on Saturday, December -
lot 1 uortlllcntt'S the teachers'
grade at
t Cocoa High School, was among the made from good stock In order that they to show you all\ that's Rood, new and oxamlnitiou puny at Miami, where they will make :2.ini.!: It Is to close' on Saturday,
held lln Titusvlllo last week
pmlnent visitors here Wednesday. will not wear out until they have dune cheap-the latest up to-iiate ntylos- their home. April '7th. The Itiuakeis will again bounder

-)[rll. J.. C. Brannlng returned home, their duty well. The only regret that that's what we keep. -Dr. W. L. Hughlutt\ of Cocoa, win The ADVOOATK joins tho many ft lends. lire management of Mr.I Fred

dlnesday night, from Waynenville" N. many parents have Is that they did not We have recently doubled our storeroom In Titusville, Tuesday, and reports of this \popular young couple, In extending Sterry, which Is a gnaianlee that the

where she has spent the summer, try our Bates Shoes for Boys long ago;; and put in more silent salesmen Sheriff Blown as improving from his re to them, In advance, most sincere siiccosi of former years will bo. dupli\

atly Improved, health. price $:10(); and our Dictator at SJ.on. to show our goods, and you will have no cent relapse, wishes that their future life may be nil cated.

REMEMBER: We sell the best boy'ssl.ocklnA'M trouble In getting what you want. that they In thin" their happy" bows an Miami's I palatial hotel, the HoyalPalm
ESII COUNTRY EGGS RECEIVE the market and still have the ."t) ) FILE BKST I>IET"rANTlmyS" ON
on ovuiythinphe In hats, we Knox, $ 00, will open on Monday! January8th
i.illy at Wagoner Co'a. and, maihet at Wagoner/ A Co.'s ticipated. _____ _____
wears Belveore at $::1.0) !) Caswrll at #:J ,0. and will close on Tuesday, Aprillid.

-Mr E. L. Brady and daughter, Miss JOllY H. WALKER tic CO., In soft hats, Knox $">.l>0, Stetson. |>;5.00, -Mis. J. 1*. Brown and daughter: MUSICAL. ; This hostelry will be under management -

jisy Brady, who are In New York, THE T.AIIIIK! IlltICK "TOH :. Falcon and the Fawn from $1.00! to 1:1.00) Leila, are home again, after a pleasant of Mr. II. W, Merilll, who hasso

ate that they expect to leave that city; TltllSVllle Kloitda. Boys Hats are from Fifty Cents to f1.I O. visit of several weeks with" relatives and Tuesday> afternoon, the members of I successfully conducted llt In past sea

I first of next week for their home alIHVlllo. Caps from 2.o; to $1.K( ) In all colors. friends Lemon City the Progressive Culture Club, and Blow sons.

( -Mr. T. (J. Ronald, of Lotus, was a SHOES. Edwin Clapp, #;.1.00. Cros- -Tho ADVOCATK Is under obligation Invited guests, were delightfully entertained Tho famous Ponce ilo Leon, the hotel

northbound passenger, Wednesday, en sett, the Brown, the Southern, prices at the cozy home of Mrs. C. J... Ormond and the Hotel Colonial are all
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hahner, to Professor D. M. Staley! president of! ,
route to New York *1.SO to lO.fiO.( Donharn, on Hopkins street.
scheduled llo
tr.udhkill: Pa., on Wednesday, Sept. l\, the College/: of the Spoken Word, Boston, open on Tuesday January
'l he famous QUEEN: QUALITY for As the guests arrived tiny were met
nebaby boy. The new arrival will Mr. Beggs, the new engineer on theSanfordTltusvllle for cool testes extended to our editor. Oth. The Ponce de Leon will, as usual,
Ladies, at $.50 to *.!.50.() Children's by their hostess who, with a smile of be under the able of
[ named Joseph T). Rahnar, Jr.-St. branch, was made same management,
Shoes of all kinds at all prices. Wanted-to rent small. hotel or boaid- welcome .and her usual pleasing manner Mr. Robert It will close Sat-
Record happy, Tuesday by the arrival of his wife Murry. on
pristine and baby. PENNEY & IlllANNINO, Ing house. State particulars. Address made all feel at home. uiday, April 8th.

-Mr[ Fred B. Scoble left, Tuesday, for The Clothiers and Furnishers, J. Kicli.irdu, LakoHldu, Ohio. :J1-;! The weather being pleasant, the attendance Messrs Anderson & Price will again:

Juts south to visit friends ere return- BENTEhINCItEAMEItYANI: ) FOX Titusville Fla. large and all seemed to
vi us
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-Mr. and Mrs. K. I'. Poicher, prominent conduct the Hotel Ormond, which under
(to his homo. Mr. Hcobie expects to River Butter at Wagoner A; Co's.1ra. enter Into the spirit of the day. Conversation .
has become
residents of Cocoa! wero njutli- their efficient management,
i\'o Titusville, on Sunday next, for Then. Dicken and daughter, -Mr. Adhemar Brady Is having Contractor bound passengers, Tuesday, loturnlnp 1 along all the leading topics. of one of the most popular ot the great resort -

rfork Va., after a. vacation of a month Miss Lula McGuire, arrived Titusvllle P. J. Hall repair and renovate from mouth or so spent In the north. the day, hold sway until all tho guests hotels.

fent with his brother, Mr. Ueo. VV. last week, on a visit to Mr. and M rll. J. Beulah Cottage The paperhanging and had arilvod, and !Mrs. Denhani announced The Colonial, at Nassau, N, 1'., will

oMo. Jr.. In Tltusvllle.\ P. Wilson. kalHominlng Is being done by J, L. Mob- -Miss Elizabeth Altree, of Tampa,, that some of her music pupils would again be under the management Mr. II.

ley. a former popular resident of Titusvlllo, assist her In entertaining the ladles for
WANT LIMES-We solicit K. Bemis It will be Tuesday
your on ,
open
-Mrs. C. V. Waugh and daughter
bas returned l to the homo of her sister short while.
ionslgnments of Limes, or will buy Miss Catheilno Waugh, of West Palm -A letter from Capt. 1'. Nelson, ol and brother-in-law a January the Oth, and will close Monday\ ,
Dr. and Mrs. J. E.
Mrs. Den hum. being a line Instructor .
hem outright. Communicate with South Titusville who with his April 2nd.
Boacb, arrived In Titusvlllo, on Tuesday family Lanouette after
visit with
delightful It is needless! to that the llttlu Misses
K at once. AMERICAN }'RODUCE'OIP.S for a few day.' visit with Dr. II. D. are spending the summer at Perth Am- relatives Worcertei Mass say The Royal Polnclann at Palnj Bench,

Jacksonville, Fla. 2].2f, Waugh, of the Red Cross Pharmacy.Mrs. \ boy, N. J., states he In going: to have Fannie liudgn;( and Mabel Reynolds, who opens Thursday, January Hh, and

considerable puinglng, eta., done on bin SIX MILLION GEORGIA BRICK )o'or111ei lesponded to their rail with vocal nail closes Monday, April :2nd.'! This colossal -
Mayor R. R. Oladwln wife and fanv E. W. Hall left Tltusvllle Tues .
Best Red Instrumental selections, did well. The
property here when he returns. J. L. ; Building Bilck, and 1 hostelry will be under Its former
of Kort Pierce, arrived in Tltusvllle,, day, for Sebastian, In answer to a call to :Mobley will have charge of tho work. Select Smooth Uniform Jt",1itl'etcb.: hostess, with vocal BOIl cornet solo's, management/ Mr. Fred Sterry.

mnUy' lost on a visit to Mr. Glad- the bedside of her daughter-in-law Mrs. or.. made tho programme all the more Interesting ,
Atlantic Beach will unusually
enjoy an -
i's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Glad- Geo. B. Hall. The latter's many friendsin I -!Mrs. M.\ S, Jones, Jr., who has been for lowest cash dellveied and all wore highly entertained.
pense pricesto scheduled
next
long season being
year,
and his sister, Miss Susie Gladwln Tltusvtlle wish for her speedy recov- quite sick at the home of J ridge and Mrs. At tho close of the musical dainty refreshments -
any point In Florida In lots.
car to open March 15th:: and close during
tyor Gladwln retained home, Monday,, Later-Mrs. Hall has recovered M. H. Jones, In West Tltusvllle for some served In abundance
ery. Am \ were ,
prepared now to (fill large orders tho month of August, Mr. It E.
t hit family spent several day more, from her alight Indisposition. weeks, has an far recovered as to leave, quickly for the bust brick now madeIn and only for a thought of those who were Uemis will the Continental
manage
p. before teturnlng. on Wednesday, for the homes of her left at home the ladles would! have
WilY U'sE OLD STYLE BLOCKS! Georgia more
: uncles, Messrs. James und Tom Payne The date of the opening of the Royal

Late report says that Mr. 'lias. II. when you can buy the best belf-Lock- at St Lucle. Mrs. Jones' many friends E. N. JICI.KH, Manufacturer:\ reluctantly said goodbye.ANNOUNCEMbNT.. Victoria at Nassau, N. ('., will be announced .
alton. of Titusville, and Capt. J. 0. Ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same n-Ht Macon, fin. ----- -- -- later.
are pleased to hoar of her recovery. :
>icon. president of tho Walton Self. price. Now InllIe In the United I IeIlMrs. -After a delightful visit of two weeks : drear Interest Is always. manifested

king Block Co., of Boston, who were States Army and Navy Departments. -)[ T. 8. Sanders,W. K. Sanders, or so with :Mr. and Mrs E.+: M. Ilolman, the opening dates of the great hostelries

ntly m Worcester, Mass, visiting: Examine them atPritcbard &/; Sons, or D. StClaire Nisbet, of Indianola and JI, of Worcester, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. F. A. To the Citizens of Titusvlllo: of the East Coast hotel system by the

and Mrs. E. M. Ilolman, and enjoy- the ADVOCATE: office. Titusville.The Ii 1. Hams, of Courtanay, attended the Morgan and son, Rosser, left for NW Having faithfully served the people of people of the East Coast Attendant

conBidcrable automobile rides, are new cypress fence around O. Jo'. meeting of the Masonic Lodge In Titus- York on Mondiy, and expect to sail. \ to- Titusvlllo fur the past two years In the upon the opening aro the festivities and

r\I' at the Mount Pleasant hotel, In the Duren's Julia street property has been ville, Wednesday. when two candidates day on the Clyde. steamer" Comanche for capacity of City Cloak ami Treasurer, I the business of tho year. These pnlo-

[bite :Mountains[ of New Hampshire, completed, and Is being painted. It were raised to the Fellowcraft degree. Jacksonville, and then home. hereby announce myself a candidate for tlal hotels bring the I East Coast of Florida -

'Pre they cold They left, yesterday, for Daytona, being re-election.
are enjoying/ some very Yours respectfully In touch with the outside world.
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looks line. By the way, there are other -Mrs. Newcom Marco and her father,
ither Mr. Walton joined here by J, It. Walker, F. A, Lasky -
Chas. II. expects U. It. I'vf.Es.:
Every resort Is. enlivened wealth and
Newton : by
fences In town that a few nails and some Mr. McDavId, sister and father,
visit i : P. U. Walton and Wm. M. Brown of
Mr and Mrs. W T. Wells, Htit -
.. paint would greatly improve the appear. pectlvels of :Mrs rt. E. Rice, arrived fashion, representing every state In the
tine residence at Lake Titusville; who went to Daytona to be (} For
summer Ornutge Suit
In Tltiisvllle rove Union and the more advanced foreign
ante of-the owners are abundantly able Wednesday evening, on a I ,
urge( N. Y. They own a beautiful present at the meeting, that evening, of
to fix them, too. visit with Mr. and Mrs S. E. Rice. Mrs. nations. _
lie and considerable other property at the; Chapter, when Wm. M. Brown, P. O. Rice's mother :Mrs. MoDnvId returned I will sell my valuable grove at lion II-

bourn' Mr. and Mm. Ilolman, of -Mrs. E. E. Rollins, who with Dr. Walton, D. StClalr Nlsbet and W. It. Tltusvllle last venture, Kla., four miles south of Hock. LAND FOR SALE, Ht. Luole and Dad

.center." Mass, and other friends will Rollins has been spending the past month Sanders took the Chapter degrees. tn her sister,on Mrs Faber Friday" at, from I'olnt.a visitto ledge, (formerly the Col. Travis' Grove.) counties. Description of land: West
City
"J be /isited by Mr. Walton, ere he re- In North Corolina, stopped over in St. FURNITURE DRY GOOD SHOE Tract contains. about" acres, twenty !Ji of northeast}< and west }, of southeast .

,'ns to New York. Augustine for a few days' visit with Mrs. 3d leon I Batteries and Supplies, Wanted u Furnished House. two of which are In grove; nearly all Xt "><>. Ill, township 3J!, range .10,

R. E. Brown, wife of Conductor Brown, bearing, aud all In good nil ape. Present HJI 20-100) acres, St. Lucle county.
Wall In stock
New Hardware Store. of the *'. E. C. Ky. Mrs. Rollins arrived "ARIAN paper bU\I"lIoor" or to and or er. A furnished house InTltusvllle wantedfor crop ii.OIK) ) boxes Good buildings, finest West >i of northwest >4 and west !jj
paints.
[la Titusville on Sunday afternoon, accompanied wagon In the of southwest Itf 33: township 33
garden State, soil the very j, sec ,
the winter
$park culls switches about four
dry batteries. ; to five rooms.
by Miss Mamie Hurt, of Le.t.l 'IKJO) foul front on InilUn Rlvor. range 3d, Mo/ / acres, St. Ldcle county.
"o ire Sint rte, collars, cuff, tie. Must have not less than three bed-rooms
tock
opening a complete N. C. niece of Dr. Uol-
up Holly Springs, a Northeast of
to John Sj southeast ii
\Hardware[ Chinaware Glassware (AP-A-LAC, varnish, enamel "nd have good drinking water. Answer Apply Frey on promises, or 4, sec ,
tins, who will\ be her guest this winter
address township :is south feast
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rangeII
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+I0<*eiy, Tinware Paints Oil Etc. the Titusville, CUAs.A. GARI.SKH, TITUSVU.LK KLA giving full description of house and tur-
::0 while attending High and ll-M: Mal'k..tStreet/ close to 0. I 1C.;: Wood's pineapple plan-
and while our stock U not all here, School. Dr Rollins arrive home last ifshlngs price.. ,
tation on Ht. Lucia river to
Philadelphia, Pa. ; acres,
o Invite> you to call and look over whatO 'Thursday night, as announced in lastweek' Stoves, Ranges and Heater C. I.. IlKKOK:, - Dade
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have Box 15- Adelphla, N. J.MercliamINo .
ADVOCATE. '1'tike Notice % Also, the northeast of northeast
Out -- .j
hardware will be
department Our Iloe of Stoves, Ranges and Heaters JleO. 18, township 3S: south, range
led tot the low prices asked for the aii,l Millinery For Ono of the handsomest pierces on Mcr-
Orange Tree- for Sale.! caD Dot be boater II 1 east; on south fork of St. Lncle
'f nest 01 goods. Hale. Itt island, known as '('Ire Wigwam,"
M I ai Our O. K. Prince Stove from 1.1)0 toH3.00 river; -IO acres, Dado county.
i orders solicited. belonging to :Mrs. Eva: J. llialr, of SewYOl'k
Choice varieties of orange and kumquat and our O. K. Queen Stove from For sale, for co.li or on time, with Apply to THAU.' H. WAVrON'lites-:
JOHN ,
R Is for sale
WALKKII A Co or rent, furnUhed. A
" iv ? trees. Address, F. C. COCHKANE, $i 11.00 to $19.N, are the best that can be approved security with six cent Ins vllle, Fla.
Be. per
Florida. ten; room cottage, with launch house, .
Reference: Welaka, Fla.A purchased for the money. They can not ter"t, In quantities to suit purchaser, a --- - -- ------
new laundry all
newly painted and
(most any business man on East Coast be equalled-they are the perfection of enoral: Stock of Merchandise and Mil- Klitratloii Notice.
three acres In gr'n.11'11.. Blair ha.
Punished! Cottage.F the stove manufacturing art. We ex Inery. -
just spent 1 several hundred 'dollull inputting The registration books of the town of
-- Hlackimltli nUll Repair Shop.K pect a carload of these stoves this week. If Interested write to the
undersignedr ( the place In perfect repair, lay- ritusvllle will be opened at the store of
Rent, Capt. J. Walton's f urn- Shot Guns-all kinds_a J large line gong come and inspect the goods. This Is InJ( out Il.jwer beds, new break water John R. Walker A Co.
' e'''J you want a new wagon, or an old from '3.00 to U$.OO. and board walks on Monday, September -
cottage la South Tltusvllle.\ Notable a good opportunity, and It will\ pay you all round. the house, 2.nh.) Books
, linen or cutlery. oDe repaired write me. I pay freight Rides from 4-1.CD) to 1\ to take advantage] of It. ao that any one! wanting a lovely winteror will close 10 daysprior
to the
CHA. U. WALTON, oDe way. J. D. Exain, JA'. PBFTCKABD & Sot, UElHY Twyroni, nit alt-year-round this article out home for reference.will do well to day.of town R. R.election.PYLKS
Tltusvllle
Tltaivill, Fla. Fix Titosville, Fla. ;iJ.4w rionder onvlll8, N. C. Address, L. W. BLAIII, Merrltt, Fla. Town Clerk an

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!1 $: A reported 'movement against the hat-
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Free and Extravagant Krouomy.Sirs. Standard Electric
Sweden unit Norway. pta us an Implement of use. and, beautyfor Company
London! has Invented
Joun l.iiiu of
Accepted , ,I",/ ;, Masons. a new U'Kcrlplion! for that peculiar Recent events III the Scandinavian the ladle is not likely to have mucelt'.et

" peninsula lend Interest\ to statistics Just It has 1>1.t'l.Il1uitl that physicians:

: yet by i II.> moaiw: rare human compiled In the bureau cf statistics oC: do not the hatpin hecunse ithelps Jacksonville Florida.

1' iF --, 'A. "f"a" foible lilch III.VH! Its vU tlins opon to nppiove ,
the
Indian ." No. 00Tltunvllle the charge of lioliitf; "penujwUe and department of commerce and labor to produce headaches. Tills: objection \ .-

regarding the population comparative curries no weight; The use of

i1 River :' ,, KJut pound economy foolish., "" uml She'. culU by way It "extrnva-of Hltmtrutlutr resources and Industries of Sweden and, (the, h.itplu t III process of adjustment Is i\ ; ; FRED E. GTLli4: ''IT'F1r :

Norway. Sweden:! and Norway have a of .
; 7\ onu of the very bo-t IIIIMIIS etIi4MIHtnuitlug g rI. -
Lodge. Florida. her incuiiliitf tells of "1\ womanof i{ ,
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combined urea of 2:>Ij.oon( scniaru miles. attention on II well 'turned head -- ,n'
J Hr>l vw of eui'li month .n.. tlwlr rmiui. In tin nm!< save bout equal I to that of Texas und tun and bewitching h.ilr, not to mention tile AI, ."t..1:<:>:nu:: ::>l::>ilcs_
Court HUIIHO Tttiis. 'tile, at 7:JO o'oluc.k p. in. cents in iijjin'cpitu( Oil "oevcral, pur. Indian I"\ : ;
Territory. Their population Is .... ( -
'4l M. B. Ram*, Worshipful Miinler. cliase Hpent It whole forenoon In thewit. h.it. \' / ;
u, F. A. Morgan Senior Wiirilon.K. 7-iS4,30l: practically the same as that &: & : "tt StateAgiuut" '\ *
L. . A. Junior Wunlull. caught a chill and li.nl: to RO to
Il Loalny
e w ,
ef the state of Xew01'11.. The American
area Lord Itl>!.l'l.t,i told: the team .
S/
M r. J. !31. 1'011. 'frlla.llrer.J. the aoaxlde to loctlhiirattriuthIy' giving (OLDS, AUTOCARS .,.:?..Ml, , _
1J I1t I..('itrriittuers, I\r, tary.J. of Sweden Is about 40 per cent more of mill-lit men i ::1 it 1 t their fire: well dinner &jY It. Walker Hmilur liiuiGiin.M. pound\ for 111'111l1ulgt'uee/ In n
.. up than that of Norway" the territorial Point the -MOTOR UOAIS AM bTATIONAKT EXC.1M! --
? IVTT ;. Knirllrtl), Junior 'Ijuuoon.O. extent In London ''h.it! West was

,. q1*(t+I A.. A.It.5tew&ir Walton HHiilnr.Innliir Hrewnnl.IItow",','. mere whim. of the two countries !being 172,870 tulai: I iiiUIti: : :'.r college!! III the wot'Id. AsLJIM :11'1 keep the !l.iigosi: stuck In (ho.Smith . .

I A. J>. "I'unnuv ('li)"|"tlulli. The notable thing iihotitMrs.. Lane'aargument. square mllon und 121,130 square miles I llobciH'. imputation for veracity H.itteiicK COliN I)\ Italians, Lamps' HOl'nl4.VI'lIe m. "
Ij !M. A. Hrnwiirt Tyliir. penned III the Fortnightly, Pi ices. Mall uiileis( tcculve prompt attention.
y t b 1. l>. ":..nl.. Acting 1'vlcr.Win. respectively. Iie\cr line In' . I II. !McKarlunil\ !Mamhul.ttl ,. Jtevlow of'recont dato Ii: that women ,
Street (
Notwithstanding less favorable natural f'ullC'hI t that he Is light.: :37- Ii West Forsyth JAK--n\' .I.l
lire tho chief Hlnncrs In Having/ at the .
: coudltious such as the poverty of -

t i4. I oitmcii\ or K\STIKN srtit. spigot uliiiply to waste ut the bunKhole. : the soil about 75; per cent of which I Is For! t tho thousandth I I time the health =
'( She ways they will ,sliop( all day <>n it
.
FrlPtulKlilp (linptnr. S... I II I, linliln, It. me..tinicft, nip of tea or It n oclalr to Hpend t lie unproductive, and a rigorous, climate uit'i irltles are :announcing the discoveiy iiiiiiigijuito

1( In the MiiHimlij Iiiiiluo room 'litiiMvillu, on the in tIll larger part of the country\ also thnt 1 L.tisiiiiitu: \ : *"" uro responsible. for Use Chas
S ) Drat ami tlnnl TuoHilny* III uuuli niontli "t T:JO: RuvlnKM In KOWR.IWH or extraviiKantnrtldoH 1 1to
.r p. .... Tho lullowliiK are tho ollli/ :urn of thu u relatively larger emigration, the population r'llufl''f'I', \\ h:it's the use of tlk'ng : -
of droHK. :Men do not etarvetheir
Slft E ., I i'haitor| : lu Norway: Increases faster :; foil) i titiuiiVhy: don't they g.t,
Ti 7 !MIeN Kitto Stowart. W. !M. own HtonmcliK III that faslilou .
? I".A. Morgan' %V. V.I than in Sweden.:! Thus the population ,n't mini! "swat": the iiii: siuItot'H'] ?
rl but while proiichliiK, at honielu keep them from biting you and giving
I !Mm. F. A. !M.rjati AflHni-tato. M., economy of Sweden Increased between 1S03) and --- ---- -- yo ever
5K rt !Mr". II. 1C. \VllMim, Hmrotary.Mrn. : all things that alTect, the family they
.54V4Jf' .1. Kllno, 'rrfmHiirur.MrH. IWW from 4.821,150( to 0,221,21)1.:: ) or 8.2 \v(' fould,I niiirt: one pro.iilncut' gcutle- Protect the babies-
M. j C'omlimlritHii.Minn clllllC to tuunty-flve cent cigar and
J Dlxon '
cent while that of uho oillil doubt be glad to
: II' CulliKrtnit* 1411..0... AKHOI:lutu Con per Norway grew till Ii no
!MIM ....., 1.. rtaiiili.rrf, Jtutli.Mm. ulnillar luxnrleit and pi.in: rnoHt epeuglvo It keeps them off I
a- < from 2,032,100 to 2.2S-S.535.; or 12.U percent {lt'I!;> UU: :M. Tim I'DI'll tit up u north polo
I I\t< flo... \4''. Hcolihi. Ailrt, outings which are! "all right, my
t I tI 1\1..1. I,. (riirmtliiirx !Martha during the sumo period. Duringthe / e\i'o..ltion: provided she agteed to go Ask your druggist or your merchant
"
S j ::1 MrH. !M. A. MurliituHonr, .fruthur.Mrn. ) . dear, HO long in> they uro In them.Iltit .
decade IStl3WO': 80 cent of the tho head or It.'itl.l .
.... per nt
LTt i I fr'W (I. M. IU>lil>'lnn, bluola. really somebody must, bo .
S b 1 U. II. Walton. Wunlitr' practicing emigrants from Sweden located In thet'nltod -
t. J. J'I. Dlxon, Ht.mliml.. there would be ii.il- = -- - -
or ; '
/ economy ', conference and Panii-
\ II
.r, K. W"lk..r.I..r.'IIII.: : States and In the name period a h)0U(

_1 S I S .f. I... C'arrutlicrH CliaplnlnTHfc. / vernal banltniptcy.( :Mutters: not who 07 per cent of tho Norwegian; emigrants mil canal I nu hand the (president has OOc.. S"\:1.tCl.ers\ : : : !

In, the economist, wife or husband, HO
3 : steered, for this country. 1(-,m..M ,linn tho u" ('I'tileIlCUtlOUIMt'8!
bug a... the rettults are all la the family. .
it'i'iuie for sxviugmg hi a hummock.
S The difference in the industrial character "
A i 'YO'\\r\ : tttO.t1C. :E1eo..oo
:
of the population Is shown by the -
4! .
% filet that lu Sweden the tnalnstny of

Czar; Nicholas nud the Xfiimtvo the population In still agriculture with STOP, WOMAN Wo sell you Groceries at WHOLESALE

I-'uur con rcHh'H of the ltu"'mlanKomstvoH

.., it-pi-eNciitiitlveii of the whole Its cognate brunches, whllo In Norway AND CONSIDER Prices Write for our Price lAst Great

the Importance of agriculture Is about
f:1: puoplo, have been called since the outbreak I
: THE ALLIMPORTANT
: the same as that of the llsherles, each -
saver.
of tile war. Time llrst VUIIJTCHMMan money
; of which industries, according. to oUl- I FACT .
held In St. Petersburg In private
1\\ .I dill estimates, furnishes an annual
the government having; Jlrst pennltteil
"rt product of about $1:1,000,000!: ( (), or about The Co
> It und then forbidden\ at tho elevontuhour. Enterprise Grocery
,
1"fF :1U per cent of the annual national Income. -
.." The second, alit! the third congresses ,
,j i The averago value of the principal -
,.. i _ of the series mot MOHCOW: In That in addressing 1 7 Bridge St.JI"ei .
cereal prodiKllon> In Hwedeu for
.I : private. Tho third congren.s' '' '' met and Airs. 1'inlc- -
ii:1i t / > the ).t'lIl..lSII) -1U 2Ii stated! at $ :;, .- ham :!'>oOonyille, 1.1"n.-i) _ are conHdingyour
truiiHacted bimlneHH' lu defiance of the you
t : OIJOLllo the averago value of Norwegian private
orders of the authorities Strangelyenough ';:
j "j' cereal crops for 181111-woo) was ills to a -
''I , I'.. ; u deputation of the! third con- whose
,I, '''. estimated at $(),( -ltJ.OOO() only. This as woman experience
"
,: 'I tt' 4S grcsB; IJl'olloUI1"'l1 "Illegal, wns received with women'sdIseases P. :RuhLman & Co.
," $ : :" ; by the cam1 and given II courteous well as the relative absence\ of mineralsof covers a great

: .:; J" I Industrial I Impoitnnco involved a many years
'1. hearing. The deputies! were even 2H1 Washington St. ( NEW YO1JK.J .
.' much gioater dependence on tho part You can talk freely l
''f'' r.lt. f asked to convey to all Utuwia(' promises to a woman when it Is \> J :Mutiny street f N. Y.
,
''J ; of Norway: upon Imported brendstiiffsand /
_ .
I of the. with reference to call-! revolting to relate
r. AII"I() SuxoiiH> ut I ate. czar
r S t,u raw materials ami!results, us u further
r : I ,'\ I'i Some' locent ('IIIIII) I'K In Omit Brit lug a national t I iiHHcmhly.Tho your private troubles S
"' consequence In it tariff policy distinct to a inun'- _
: 1" : I' ain's! dofenslvu policy, h)' which sl'fleims tOUl.thI..tlug of the xemstvon!! besides St t: Oranges Pineapplesand
sister man
from that of the nation. ..fhoImpol.ts a
h( ''II : licr AI Iii n tic I mid, norllicru 1'u- held Moxeow: III July, was frowned of breadstuns. Including flour does not understand r % ,

i: ;: Mflc HOII boards, practically i undefended, \upon but tho iiicmbem cleverly urged! -simply be- ., /11/
S (itU during the calendar year ll)0i( ; Into I.
: f Ir Ai;' are 1'01\>.1111'1.,1 I by) Sir C'iiiiilos! : Mike! that tho step was necessary In order to'Onv'y cause bo Is a man I t. Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
' Hwcdeu! amounted, lu value to $1(1,3:11.UOO ( :::: .- Many omen .
ll't the reform Ic.ulcr, III the London In a formal the of .
r :I' iTiS : Stand wny mesHiigu
: suffer in silence and drift along from
) und to $15.22,00t I: () Into Norway
I ,,"' ;'1"" ard. Sir Clmrk'H Is not a standfast, advocate the czar to the third congress. III common bad to worse knowing full well that We represent soveral of the largest shippers In your :State, nail wish" iremt ]
_ _ The only common Industry. of Importance -
,4 It.m of dlMiirinninput. on tht part of with the Liberals, of Husslu the U lumberIng. and the forest. products they ought to have immediate assistance you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established :)ll((1> VennESTAHLIS1IEU >

+i l ;III k LtoKlaml/ but ln. thinks that hlrl country outside wot'Id has been disappointed at but a natural modesty impels
of both countries reach the samo them to shrink, from exposing, themselves -
h, /: I toad ourslll tho! results of those assemblies
\ 4 'I u. \ 1'1' iiKalu/ WIIKO wlrr meager
t.o th ntiuaHnnti "nil Tif-nYmlilv
I 4
_ _ foreign markets. The mining au ) r r* ,I i.1l c5; upon ouch other. To quote!: of the people's) representatives. But the It of examinations -"f--even their'; f family i
Industry : nu important source national ---- - - ---------
:ti ; t Tt Would bo un rxiiKKC-mtlon to protenJ, fact: that they met, deliberated and physician. It is unnecessary. Without
_ _ _
wealth in Sweden, but has" little
ti! that we have cntlrolv( illHiirmml towurJtliu iiiiule known their views to tile iiiaswp.sIs money or price you can consult u woman -

S J}S' 54JI t'nlteil HtiituM unnioii"* than we have 1IIIIIg'\ step! In advance for Uuxslu.Tho Importance In Norway." On the other whoso knowledge from actual experience M.[ Lane & Son

1ut; toward l any other coon y. Thu United hand XorwlI)"'", inerthiiut marine Is Is great. ,
: p j t 8tnte Is u power w hli'h hits lipcomo vulnerable habit of meeting will grow anti m'I'dlilut'IIlU
in size Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation
fourth among -
; by netting up lolutiti1 across theta one diy: when the government,\ leant expects '
'I .(,an. No one HUKKUHIa, however either rifles of the world und has! a total ton- Women Buffering from any form of 230; WASHINGTON :STREET, NEW YORK.

( : that wo covet thcHii colonies. or that the It Houiethliig\ will happen to shake female weaknussare Invited to promptly
nil go of lr>00,000 tons against (J25.0OO: (
Ion* or them would l weigh heavily In the tho fabric of aristocracy to Its. base.I'cury'n communicate with Mrs. I'mkhaui, at
t t1 terms of jioni'e thut mliiht follow nay pos- tons for Sweden., Sweden's annual Imports Lynn Mass. All letters are received, Southern Fruit and Product

S Hlble colllMlun. Cunuilu, as u Ht.lf r'Hp..l'I- I arc iieuily double\ those of Norway opened road and answered by women
) Inir utiita. him excellent Fourth Arctic 'rrlp.
)4 col-
mi nillltiuy
but her purchases from the United only. A woman can freely talk of her
St t lego uml IN Hluwly Inipiovliiv her niUltlawlthunt. .
It Is a inattor t for regret that the
ji ?' t1i1 however ellhor ettliiK up a teg.I the States are only one-fourth greater than private illness to a woman ; thus June Co3aa.3aQ.IssJ.on.:: ::! ::tMIerch.an: : t .
ular force ,, equipment and departure of expedition :- been established the eternal confidence
or bu.ilnn arms on a "I. those of her sister country Tho United
? ILr4'' which inn fur. moment compare with thotHUibllHhinontH 1 now sieedlnK' northward between Mrs 1'inkliam and the women

, I ti 41ui t ( of her ureul iielxhborSubRtuntlitlly Khould have bcon lit tendedwith sensatlonnl States' export trade with Sweden of America which has never been FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY

cc r'pf tin fact reinnliis that the antI Norway is over twice us much us broken. Out of the vast volumo of
t I BrlllHli o\'t.rnmpnt him shown. the pro'' I elements which suggest the udenturer experience which she has todruw from,
trade and \
the luc'I''a'lf.'tduring
a'' l found bullet' III thin inability. of the pioneii' \' ruther than the serious ex import it is moro than possible that she lutegained Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on appllcntlun

I Tt'LL' ; friendly IIn thut
plorer. Thfio may have been reasons !: very knowledge will
which oxl"t lielween ollr..lv..11 anti the
L t the trade increased 25:
Import
She, asks
:
help in
case nothing
i : UnlluJ Btalm uml In thin! community of Intereutri why lI.I..MO11:110,1.! .. were necessary tonttnut your
S % between that two vreat Kntfttnlupeaklnir I per ( ..nt. return except :your good-will! und her c& O'Hiara
utlentlon to tho trip. Stanley Hodges
Sv l'' powers. I advtco bus relieved thousands.. Surely ,
S : Indulged\ In a -ieat deal of posing I but I any woman, rich or poor is very foolish\ .
In the opinion of Sir, Cliarlos tiu Where Woman Is: at Homo.
..Manufacturers and Dealers..
he accomplished good work In Africa. if she, does not take advantage/ of this
? lr'H'lIt mlrrstimdliiK 1 lu>tut>i>ii France, During the past twelve months more offer of assistance.If .
I'eaiy'a outfit for this voyage Is: the generous
S Etiglanit and AincrU-a will last ami than IOU American actresses have put you are ill don't hesitate to get a : CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUHEj
S best that could bu designed, and his ss
: .; eventually lend 1 t,) u dlmmimim lu the applause and glitter of the stage bottle of Lydia N. 1'lnkham'sVegetableCompound Std
plan is based upon previous experience. at once and write Mrs. I'lnk-
the Pa( lie.llralth nslde for the quieter career: of marriage. Orange ISox Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings: Slilnui""' etJtills t<.
St' t : :.__ _ _ _ If the coining winter! proves modprate liam, Lynn. Mass for special advice. tered
t j The making of II home H workto When a medicine has>cl'n successfulin and oflice located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prlco' I' ,
on his route, ho will push his of the ButTah, '0liutTFi
S to any part State. Address : Hodges & O'llara,
IliitiltH For JStnniurr Ilityc. which woman can best turn her restoring( to health so many wom..n.you ,
base! 3:,() miles nearer tIle pole than has
I .\ phi'nk'l.in: urithiK for tlio London hll nl She Is titled I''>' nature for this cannot well say, without trying it,
heretofore been poHslble. From that I Uo nut believe it will help mo."
I r :Mall on tin* xnhjcct) of Ctitht1jl to Im- point tho force will be fresh for the dun-re' : and may or may not bo cut out WE WANT EVERY GRO'ERlIN

p : j provo health polntt' out certain: hygienIc: sledge join'ney over the "Ice pack which toni business. or professional career.

rules \ hleh often overlooked \\om.in Is always at a disadvantage: THE
S \ urc! by Teury believes will take hlui to the THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS'"FLORIDA :

l : ito nrerugH I'erson wlun let Iu\....' in In buslncsH or professional. 111'..... I It Is
farthest north. The explorer Is to try I, I VEGETABLES. complete manual on Florida ,
? I "nil outdoors" llo Hays there U dnnKer not tier natural environment, and shin, HASBROUCKMOTOR. ,
) what lie has tried. before nud failed lu. "FLORIDA OH.\XOES.-A: book of special Interest to Orange In" ,
1 t 'a for tho novice In overdoing thlnts, Is forced to meet the competition of "tltl01
Success this time hinges upon his ability "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES."llooklet on "Soil Varieties. <
iS j it especially. In the iniitter of Mtronnouit! man I In his o\\n Held. At piesent suoh.is ,
to breast the dltllcnltlox which hmochocked and Fertilization."
iS t frL exorcise! HIH'h UK wulklns! und climbing not I ItO hilt'. chance: of winning I I suc *
him the
In past. "IKISII: POTATOES." Booklet "Soil and C ''II''
Seed
S S htllo. Undue Htrnln upon tho heart will cess.'' Hut lu the home woman IM Oil herown STAKTS: EASIER, RUNS: STEA flIER, on Planting!

j41; ncutrullKo the honellt derived( from ground and 11111)rely win success feet of Fettill/em, Digging; and Shipping.
7 .
$$5 lu tlio last college year r>37 studentsat GIVES OHEATER EFFICIENCY "PIXEAl'PLE <". (8
FKUTILIZEKS.
I frvsh air ti nil minslilne IIi> IIIIY: Columbia earned 1 an of and rcup satisfaction., :: special interest to Pineapple
average and \"IYIIIo)"
autos "IDEAL FEHTILJ7.ERS.ook showing all our different Cram"
S Itlt Your sleep und your uppetlta are the about $172 by work done while attend -LESS OASOLIXK
S 'a4[ bent moaiiw of JiulKlnn' whether ;you ere International I civilities In connection Price, Etc.

S S S '14 doing well or 111 Holhlu,'. should be ing to their studies. In these cases! with tho Paul Jones affair cost the per HorsePower :New and! revised editions of the above Just published, sent free foi T">' "IOg* I
I : r great .leeptnK times, and l amurcdly the work of course hud to supplant foot- than any otbor Engine made.

& I i1j inOBt common couPe of InnomnUi In ourS ball. Some educators hold that the French government $30.OtX while it* demonstrate WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY, I
crjfr( day U worry. The tort of nlr worth Mils for the entertainment of the We continually this.
breathing I Is that which several oilier only education gained. at college worth "
lSt1U
blithe, of to JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
boy king Spain $125- ,
came
Jt people have not "ha a K' ut" already the while Is that which the college
I ()XX). do such things handsomely Commercial sizes S to !MX> Horse Power.pccl.il ,
; It lielpl one to cheep and In an un ur- They ; : -- --
worker lit Is
masters dll\llll1 earnest
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S > Light Illeh Speed sizes fioni
It i passed tonlo. I do not car whether the
.
In ParIs und mind the
'S S air be M&' or mountain. BO lonK an It be and! unlike tho muss. baa little tlllnculty never expense.The : 20 to 250;; HOIHO Power IF YOU WANT

I *.k pure. there I* no exerrlia better than lu making a living after he quits difference In the price put up does A...

0 s" wtinmlnK. und a bath linen a noimwlm- not mean discrimination that we can ---

)A .. met almaat aa much Kood. A constant school. Benj. W. Jerome
cavil about. In one case pure sentiment -
mistake In to stay In too longr The valuo

b i L. ot a cold bath I I.. In lnv..r.... proportion to "Mimhlng: Through ieorgla" Is tiuld' was the moving; spring. In the! STATE AGENT, Lot

f F'J5 lu I..nll'th Ten minute. Khould. be a maxImum other policy. .Building
t t'Hpeei.illy If jou do not swim.S to he the favorite tune of the Japs. pure WEST PA LSI[ BE.VCII, VLOUI >1.\. .
t - ----
S :Native music has no man'tie*', us> it !U
It I la all right to l>o grooily after BUU-
will out the
without "time." Japanese! A recent contest brought,: ,
\ it fclllue which H llfo to luau au>l death! L'Ompoll..rllha'e millionaire who had been or a lot with
bt>wt"L'r. itluco the war began fact that a a HUILDINO KEAD7 FOIl OCCUPANCY,
: to his most deadly! foe, adiU: tbtc nuthorlty. .
'T bniNl drinker most of his life
L n man
remedied this defect by adapting various LAND FOR AN: ORANGE GROVE,

S tr4 StiiixtroUo, may be avoided byirot'vtiig foreign pieces. The soldiers", have iijucl to swear off for some time InlSOI' TRI h _* )'1t:
PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or
the CJCM ami! head, and the
I picked up the new airs aunt. slug with (, when he was: apprehensive that
;.t back. of the node particularly. Microbes the city would Lit bombarded by the We probably have for sale just what you are seeking. .
great delight tho Japanese words fitted\ l aft
SS t J : IPI cannot exist In nuiishluo, andS to tlu>iu. Spanish J fleet. The Inebriety of the man )1AS Settlers are flocking in but till there is room "'

S ; 'j the sun bath U at onco a luxury anti
--- - who needs a war to sober him up cornea
looking this line
drop a to
I way,
ft curative agent to bo hud! for nothing.
Si s, floury Van Ihyke says: "There are pretty close to the limit Cr. keown by whsi ihej. bcvrmwTh. -"'
i ---- )or belt c.nnir7 ths755w. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-rr"II'f
---
S two /good rules which ought to be written bi.n the .Ian.iiint-h..et ,
::3 Secretary Shaw discovered an unexpected tSui.ion.e at bter, belicr -
of
ltkl The perennial story about a party R'Y.
S I on every ht'lIrt-IIe"t'r believe anything erupc lhiii ., olhert. 5..i.i FLORIDA EAST COAST
: trlnjiency lu the circulating medium tourists nearly freezing to death lu the b cii .Isai.rs. USeS aeel A.. FL.\
Jwd about CI.
unless : .
anybody :-
you suet fee. to cut *ppitc.nlc. ST. AUGUST
k. the other day when a haughty The
time.
Rocltled In July appeared on
positively know It Is and
true never 0,
M.nRy a. -
fk S hotel cashier refu ctl to cash his check co..
'Canada Munctmuscn ahould now gt
tell that unless
even you feel that It it

A'L. ItlJ t and he hadn't even a nickel for car absolutely! necessary and that God U In line with picturesque romance of OitMo5.i LthIo11LrANiAi FOiirSKIDNF!


fare. lIstening while you tell It." lady_ camper treed.by moosa. fer ..laU"r.." ._ .&. .p'.'.. Makis SCids.yS aed Bla


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': [professional Gnrtls. GENERAL DIRECTORY. SEES NUTIONAL CRISISNew WEATHER AND CROP DIARY. To t..Hpn >'a to know t"" gorilla KIPLING ro A SCHOOLGIRL.Autlior ,: { .

--- '- And how to tell llum.is. fn<'r. Inmbs, -- -

:MIuatuur* I'nruier ('lithuuls II.. ('isa I..n1..11 To conch us about tho hltii-hllju H..II..h....l \,,'lIh ii I.i- |pr lell-
U.S. SK .\TORS.J. bl'lItVII to tome rlnm; .
the ..
5euiM 1,7 It. AnsI state IIIMC Illni c.> U.-< !> oil Wrltl /K.
; EO. M. BOBBINS, I'. 'fallarvrro. . .. . .. . . . JnrViwmtllle. In Civic Honesty .
S. It. M.vllory. . . . .. . . . reiuwcola. Baptism A. '1'. Uhllin who operates, n :2n: '; nut stilt with two quest tons I niiitfln, .\ \l-olld htllein'I !. nx t : on LNilHi

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR I'. S. CONcmESSMKX.Frank : : Nee-de", Says A. B. Cummin- ui-i'- farm IIOI'I janet of 1J1l'on111.: h .. And help will\ not ronio, at my rull- .o 'coteu<" \\roiO: a lotii I i rill!-
nnttlfworm, hnnn't an nnirtuAnil
Clark . . . . .. . . . . ..r.uk"t\ ,.. him II mouther and crop record dm lit" Why an Is nt nil JI'e.i s.l.1 h l.ndyni'il, Kip 'iu, I..irfiana."
AT.LAW. !iI. M. $|tmrktnall. . . . . .. . . . .. .Tampa.Wm. u moiniooae no goose
It. Laniar, . . . . . . . . . . Montlrel/.o.V. buick to 1S40, at which time It\ winstiirtod nud g >t I I I. I ili'" .In reply w.iyu \\ashIngtoii -

ill practice In State and United States 8. LASH OFFICE. POINTS OUT PERIL IN HUGE TRUSTS 1 by his fathor, says. n MIKOIIM : JAPAN'S WAR CHEMIST.turvrr bpoc'la) t1hiuut tilt to the NOW

; [Court. U.S. (Clnibli . .. .. . . .. . ... .. .. . ..R"lllartor.| (: spiH-lnl dispatch to the tit. I W. (I. ItnlifuHun .. . .. . . .. ..Itactitver.OHIi'i'S <>( (iljiii "li lni..".-. Iii S ciii lor ntu
Office at TITUSVILI.K, FI.A.L. at Gainesville Florida. fclovernor of lo"it li..flnrea Amerft Wliou tlie old gentleman t >\ i>u.l
EXECUTIVE: UtrARTMENT.N.ipoleon t .run Hn.* u Better (hi..'e.. Than dl oil, the .Stilt found the record\ I and continue I)c. ( >l.iii :Milmoso 1 Ihl'du'mI4t.III\1'111-I ? 1)1 nt rail-mount It'IIII'3'1.: .In a

OAULDEN, R. Urowaril . . . . .. . .. .Gov lIlOr. .;.n,. other >iitlon. lint If Nciihectei. .1 1 It. He clalniH. that It has. domouii or of I that I wonderful I oxplosUo' I SIt I great admirer of Kipling! and had been
H. (lay. 'rawlorll .. . .. . . ..Secretary of Ktate.M .
V. Knott . . . . . . . .. . .Treasurer.W. Ulnuinl Defeat Awnlle 'Them. Wiltlie I m ted almost I to a mathomatloalcertainty I I moso pituilor. used I ['3' h the Japanese rending his woilts with constnutlygrowing

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Alotiao. II. Kills C, t room. . .,.::..: ... :. .Attornev.enera. . .tn>ller.>: 01.1.<>".-. io. eminent. Ownership. I that the woasonsar.v roirulml nrmy: anil UII"')'. \\uai: born In tho \ (-ryliuuil.lost delight until .hu noticed ,'Itl

i 'actleolii all the Courta of this State 1 II E..M 'r.llI. . . . ,,,,lnaI.i.r Agriculture.W. .f IIuIIvisi.. )>.." to \we u soinewhat I paf.ido\lcii'I I ,.'.rcuiiiHtancoH I I In the I I provltii-o, alarm hull t' those she bad I''ul were

F la ,anil the United States Court J.nillord. M llollowav.1C. Fustur..Ailjtitnzit-.eiitrftl.. . . .t'lIl't.| lliMla. Instruction. term and I thnt farmer could MII f el) of I Illroshlniii I Homo forty-soMMi yesirsago : Oil I Ii 11112 L''i.I, rig/ thoMo I Mho I li'ij i' Il I.I. I

.. 11",2.13. T1TUSVILLK:, KLA. John J Hriiittortl. . . . . . . .Hur\e)or-Jcneriil.K. "\Vo need In this hour inoro ttiuu third! less when rallwujs and xleutusliipswire : '' occurred. to her that In a little, while
I.:. KIMIB. . .. . . . . .. .. . btate ChninUt.KrnuKC ever l>i>foro a new baptism! lu civic opeiMlo with I rt I capital byrecording I I unknown I In tho I Island I
.Aiins. . . . . . . .State Kxantlnur.Dlllceii ,; I the haracter of the SOMHOIIS (practically I kilo would himrond, nil of Mr h i'Iihngui '
< WEBB, \ at TallnhaHdno" t'l loridu.Kl.DIUDA I'Igbto.Ollllll.>,iii.*. lu public lioucKty, In tlio tints becoming I hiM OMIIncathor emplro., nay the Chicago News. Very books, so wlio wrolo' I th,' author aloiter
of 'lu (the courngi to and I : .'e.' mined to
I.KCItSLArUKB.: patriotism peace l.'u1'I.I'11:1I1l1 1.1 w :II nnodticatlon
I I oxpremiln i' I I l.t l hIM four HIM I nuking
. .ayhat wo li >llt>\o to I t' Inio ami ts I proj" 'hot."According lilt. h''! .it.to th: .' I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW F. 1.lI"I..n.llnllll.: .. . . . . . .Senator. 111. < t. : e.-iju him to denso n.t writing, but toptibllxli
C. F. (Olmntvad' foi11'len( .a . liir..neiitative.HU1MIKAIK lie rigt.Vv: (to t this record of fiTlyIhe ' ( "top
c" .iractice In the Courts of the 7th do \\iiut: wo bu.lt'xe;! to I tal. borro\M'il' Imo ''t In -In'!} 'mi.1, fiouio nuiro houli.s as he

.'..in Taxes paid for nonresidentsI : CUUKr JUDOKS.M. LJI\O IHH-MIIIO nlttigctlior too tender to joiut..1" said Mr.t il.ihn l'le'''II"''y'. though: often on the \ '\1; ;;,. of H 'irv.itlon. : could. fl..t ll

and accounts collected. : II.Miliry' . .. .Chief .Inntlue. tlio w l'uflg.hOll', too Indultfi'ilt to the ! with 5 have been" wus grit''iatcd! I f'oni I 1I' Imperial I
|il I rents F.'I M. 4'arttr :: ::: .:: :: : : Amoolate JiiHilee.: : : "the years'' wii'lnff \ She her 1"111'1' whore Kipling

TU1lLK, FLOUIDA. s..rnylr . . . .. . . .. .. .. built Who l.U.H to UMtf Ills !>UudC; : tItle) rainy with but two excoplloiiM... What: unl\orslty I I I with I the Ingliest! I..illOh'M. Hvisl. IHkc't and the replied.. "In Kngland. .
tlldll'
for tinuhllc gjotl.V( .1' will I" XliluccrhHful locust Ills Hint I hll'I'lItlt)1I \\as. a curious Ink,
VII.KOAII) IMMtsSIUNKIt: !' \ :" | was UIIO\MI us 'the year' nccnrrod : Niiunlo luUlrossotl\ her letter.'ItIlei7hIhtI .

,JoITi'rnii. II. lirow,,,*. (ohnhuian Key Went.K. . III pn>m>r\liitf ttio lilmlistiuulimN ( I lu II'.i:;. I It rained i coiiHldoralilylu I now used lu Japan: I ft>r bunk lInt c's. Tlie I" "
and sent
0 PENNEY, llndoon, . .. . . .. I ami 1,1\11)0)(, England,
Hiirr. .f.lttle III '
vor. oi' ui>rlKlit, ImpiH'tliil but tho HUininor WHS very secret of I Itx I u eouiposltlmi I t (Is absolute" .
April,
j. M. Itryaii. . . . . . . .. KlnaliimiH*. It oil'. Hit WIHn't In UiiKland
It. <'. I Uiiiiu.' ,-i-lurk . . . . . .MaulHim.. Just KJM-rninriit uuloM thw > oler are dry. Tlu-re" was a d.unp harvest In and\ ,'ol1nll'l.r..I! 4 are I hi.ifuuly: I ilotoctod. then ho 1'11111) Ibo letter .
h .
ATTO EY.A TL.W, }luaii"|iiui ri u>r. and oltli'eii. lit Taltuluiuo'te, ('10,. Mit-ont III virtue h anil" tiLt I vu lu ntllilllni I I I .,' Iss.: : but no bciixy rains. Those years I I'o: uldll/of; / 11 ill t h the I powder, I In li"'e luJnpun % Hlul \I..II. oth-
forwarded him tho
to
was ,
jri VU.I.K, FLORIDA. <.1 Hl'l'l'r rouicr.Minor the duties of cltl.ciislilp.V linvi u are I tho only exceptions I In tills latitude.I I MIIS extremely I mmutls.'aot: -. 1110

S. .10111'.. TIIIIK\ Die.. .. . .Circuit .J"<1,"*. bettor rlmiu-o tliuu 11113' other people 'llnjour, IStiTi; was dull l'H ci I'h'l tlul. liyexlenshe Shlmoso' turned his intention to tile In er day Miss Nannie recohod I letter
[11' iractice iu all the courts of the 7th J. C. tloiiitH. Orlando' .. rioemitliiir. I Att4.m y. It with I queer stamp (Ill It
oiirth hut It Iri flniiioohlfh loolluJ 'hll
8.|>rlnu Fir-, Kourth Monday. In Marth.I oil a I tloodx, hi hut the same was volition I of II now I puvder! and .pout read
Judicial Clicult. .ill 1'erui-rourth Monday lii Ortulirr.IlKKVAlllt ueitloctt/ will consign us to ii more true of IS75. The lumest crop" record eleven years lu I porl'ecliiig, i I It. often as :

COLMIV CDURT. lUsainl' I defeat than any other nation for I this Hoctlon during./ the half I cen- tvoitc hug entire da.vs atul nlghtH. 'ta his My Pear Miss Nnnnlit Puck-Thnnk you

[ tilES E 'A DnEWS, A. I). I'eniuiv. . . .. . . .. ... .Cnnnty Jui1t| ". fan KtitTer." turjMI iimd<' In ISIKJ.!! This (present la born I or)'. "very much for and your for letter (nmtntad) from
I'. I. (tattlilu,,. . . lroHerntlntc Attorney. 'n"hl'llol Ih. 11'e things you
A. A. Stewart. .. .. .
\TTORNEY-AT-LAW, H|rJnic T'rm-Si>rond III",iibiv In Mav.Hitinuier . was ultered. liy' totiuiior .\. II. ('1110- crop, though probably' some will lie, for life by a premature I ovplo.loii: : rlKlitay( to write to itn author SomAprupln
I'erni-Second Monday' I In AiiRtiftt. U.IIIK lu addles Iii'l'ore II law iiudlence : liuvu n lit of what they cull TP. or-
: : i mi tit Ids VIT.t'reiiuonlly
Fall T rm-Horolid Monday .In November. drowned. out nil the bottoms."Hie I during one o.vpC'-lmcuH.: vatlond" nnd
( unity Judge of St Lucie County. \\ hirer 'l'orlll-/I"ullIIitlI ;
dIT. 1t.1 oth.r
,, unlnl.r"IIIM'hlnl'
Four PIEcE, FLA. SCHOOL I1OAUU. la.. the other afloruoun. Ilia subject "have been the even 'nI'A. 'the only exception dl"lICIIIIJUI'.II'I I \ I but nothing I / ,'> 'rHootnod but 1 n-jolco to one you hlly..t.

J. R. Wnlkur. Hu|erlntendunt . . Tltimvlllu.Memlmni . was "The UolKil of the Common Too- being u / I III the HO\OUS, which' lire I I(tt turn I him from" I I his purpoxo, you will hnva 1 htippy time us you 1'0'

: -K. II. Arnold :Mnlnhar ; R. I':. Mini, pie." mid ln \bused liU) tn Ik on the roceiit also dry. Mho years ending, with and at length/ when I the now famous up uiul llml u Kraut mnny more books that
TEPIIKN E. FOSTER lionaventure j J. A. Carter Turnliull. Intercut >'ou. Very
ro\ehitlima h u I In tlio tliinurhil I a nil hare I boon I lie host \ogotiiblos 1 and hhllVAUI> KIPL.1XO.I .

COUNTY= t'OMMlftSIONER! rnllway worldH. lie pivlm-ed' his ad. coin. 'Iboy are what I call the Inryfarmer's : compound. be took I It modestly! this .> 8.-llixvo you maul Mrs ICwlnir'
ATTOIt EY.AT-LAW U. A. ('uuuikll ,clialriuan Tllluian. Wm 1C.
tug.
Walkor fltuHviilo ; John It. Allot illlI"unh, ; Units with mi outline ot tlio history of y"l1 1'''. :Nature soonis' to I beat gotoriiniontvllli rennlts now books "Six to Slxloon If not gel them

Jyal-Upchurch Building, .;ax. T. .K. Wootun. Coitoa ; '1'. J. tjuksitua. !...- the common ]> >oplo from the earliest I her kindest I and! but I little labor I Is known to 1111 the \\orld. bocaunn )01 will 1"1 them.

JACK8OHVIM.K, FLA. IIrRnlle.HIIllIhlr HeHHlouH are hold first Monday III nachniontti. time to the present. SH.V.H an Iowa needed. to produce I abundant crops.The Nannie danced Into tho Hchoolroom In

Fulls Hpeclul ,1I"'III.tdl| to the Chh-lI KIJ jours' ending with 4 and 1\ have .\ :%ew :\l.ktli. .fttl .,f Cfvolliiic I II..I,IIIM. delight, waving the, letter above herhl'lI'1

KKKVARI COUNTY OKFICfcU8. : Itooord-IIemld. !been dllUcult on account of II /wont John Arbuckle\ tho rich I Brooklyniiinniifncturor Since then It had been passed

A. I). IViinev TltnnvUle ;. . . . County Judge Turning to the combination* of mill deal 1 of spring rains I nnd cold weather.I has I Invenled I I a method around to her schoolmates until it Is

[EAYEN REVEALED.By A.I). L.A.Oaiudan$tewart.:Tltnavllle!Ittiinvllie; : ,; : ....'..County.. I'roa Clerk.r. Alt' ,. ufneturori, ho sit hi : "Tlio advantage of n. crop record, H. of cooling I / and drying tho air of rooms, almost worn OUt

A. McMillan. fan (billie..Ta\ Am. uu>r.K. "They want duties oil Imports no enables to calculate with\ no matter how lint and: humid' It muybo

BENJAMIN FISKE BARRETT. W.'I Henry Hall.TltiiHvllle.: Tituisylile.' (; :'.... : :::..Tax: I'rBaanrer.Collmttnr.John high that, having/ titled competition. n that fair It degree\ of one certainty. Kor Instance \ outside, 'snys' the' New, York World.The ,'lmmlnl .'...1 on n Ship.

.1. H. Walker. IkuuuuvtII.Snperlu.t.oui.Iuuut they onii noli at homo nt their own he will not make heavy purolmsoH plan consists I of pipes containing Mr. I.'alllt. the new /'ul'l'ltl agent of

pp., '>J X7 Inches : I."rlte Type : .J. I I. Frlen, Tl'niivllle.... . .. . County. . .. .tlllrvoy..r..J.I..llrnwll.Tltllavlll. /I'u'rllr.W. .. prices, oven though/ th..y noil profitably . of stock expecting. ) to food on brine, which .Is curried around tile the Fl ('ilt'lt 1 line. 11'1'1"I'L lt ew York

Fine Cloth. 8. Nurwuuuui TlttiH,'ille. HeplHtratlonOIHoer. abroad! for much loss. Ilnvlntf either corn raited In a year ending with .. room being forced very much like thin recently on t huts Lorraine. Tho newliner

Tiri'HVILLK TOWN COUNCIL.K. ; bought: their 1'1\'Ill..* or overcome them or (I. lie will not risk a great acreage bent l.s. forced III winter, and the more the Provence, now bulllnl; In

t:. KolllnH.' mayor; VanVVorlev.umrnhnl. and by Unfair practices. they want to be river bottoms! lu the year!) ending 'InteiiNo the (pressure. the lower will becoiiu France will be a wOlhartul according -
pr a limited period ibis book is offeredat tax; oollitrtor) : R. R. I'yleH clerk anfl. treaHtireri; let alone 111111 e\ory pffort! for fair roguliitlon on tbo temperature. The secret of It to the agent, Among other noy-
will bo careful I to
lie carryover
with S.
lohn } tax aaHeKHor; J. 1C. Walker K. A.
trade 50 cents.with Morgan: :ryi.. arrntliHr, W.: H. llrannlnir: ; and i every raees, I It. ivlti'hnrd, oonnuilinHn The onnnrtl meetaImt pool on the main deck. III t,
I4 cotnblnatloii of wealth I lh pot
Tueadav In each month.TirUSVILLV liift./ niet by a with 7, lest. the drought cuts his air. lielng c'IInJ"III",1: on I < pipes, fromwhich
) n cants pontaire for inallliiK.. \ \ nO.ROF\ TICAUi and Intluonco aKalnst/ I which 0013' tho crop Bhort./ I It I N h then icmovcd I, i and tho I humidity Halt "ol..r will bo, pumped frl'.1. each

O. M. Rohhlim, prexldent; .1. M. ]>lxon. treaa- niOMt roHohite Integrityau!/ stand without "In my time this weather diary hue < Is thiix done nwuy with. No ice Jornh.J. and cabin 1)II"t'lj..t! will be

CONTF.NT8.: uror. .1.
Origin of AntfulA.- Tha Essential Nature or neadav night In uac'h month at their rooinn. tin____ not__ iipfimn_. .__ tlu nnm ni _haiti____ _lilmillv__ .mn I I_ of_ consider l me the time spent III keeping, It cooling has boon experimentally demonstrated day or night. Tim Provence will b
avu. -Character of the AngelH.-TeKtlmonyt
dlshonpBtj'' but the system reeks with nt a New York hotel uud larger than either the Lorraine or
Sure Ileaveu. 1'raotl- for Tax l >eeil.I'mler m valuable as any other work
'rll'IIlI'Tho Way to Application up
falHohood niul It those who In vole and will have a of nearly
corruption. have
I Tendency of this DlncloHure.--Knvlronment, trickery about the farm." seen It operation nay E.I lPPe

1 Heavun, suit What letermlnen It.-Socluty. In HoeniH like\ a paradox but It may' be It Is n great "IWC('''''. twenty-two knots nn hour.
Hen. 8 of Chap. 4HNK, Lawn of Florida' ,
',wen A Heaven for the NonCbrlHtlaurlil trtio that In the vinltien of their operations __
OF A SONG.
.. Are Earthly RnlatloimhIpKCoiitlniioJ I "VT OTICH: IS KRKHY fIVES: THATK:ATK C. tho prollls' of dUhoiior flow clean INFLUENCE

|i \mr Meeting all.1 Kecn!;nltlnn or FrlumlH _fHTEWAUr. |urchawr of Tux C'ertlHi-ata and 'Into thug junket. of their
1 pure There
No. 2, datud the lot >. botherabout
A. l
.I"y..f July I'Mii! Mlnl_l.T TfllH How "(! lor?" Aldvil SmConsr.ltn s no
| the Hereafter l*..r onal Appearance nf the hue. tlliid ..IIhl rertillcate In mv nllliiB, and hits saintly lenders, !but If HO (111m not .
liLC'l' liejiivoueHCPiiue and Orowth In Heavounesanil niadu applli'ntlon for lax de..d to IAHUU I In an- at 1housuin.Ie.A
licre to auk whether their la
Home In lI..avon.--Garlllo"ta oordiiiire "ILl, law. Hald certificate einhracHd money song, simple In the wording I ) but
the followhiK di-Horlbod property, .ui bunted Inllravard tainted beyond aanctlflcatlou I ) thou let
I lloiivim, -Chlklreii In 1I0lvonSO" and Mar- coutirr Florida to-wit: with nil air that tom-lx-d tho hearts of usingLucas
them their fortunes Into the channels
p.e in Kuaven.Work In Iloavuti.--The Three North Y of Smith >? of Win. (larvln Ornnt pour Ix>ndon's populace, was the \Indirect
nctlon. :8 17, :uimiutli, and of niul l 101110 Paints
"',"'Mif.nml How n.oh.t .I.--Etorllall'rojtroaa, In townnhlp runneun 34 M atonement the government
eant.Tlio. means of converting/ 1-i.OOU soils In
[i n Connoclatlon Angela with Men. Haiti lind bulnir a."a.,1 fun tlatn to the common people.
: at c f the the Kngltsh metropolis and other large (Tinted Close)
lu'sutuuuu of such r<*rttlt"'at.., III rim itamu of "I wish to ImpreHH. upon you tho fact
'1'. N A I'l Kit ITnlonH "..ltl certltli'iite Hlinll lierflilBonittd that these nsMoHatloiis of transportation cities III the British Isles! according to ; They are easy t: use and ready to use
ADDRESS aurordlng t..l..w. tax ilu d will iHrtiie
the HPV. Oiarlos M. Alexander, Joint
thereon the nth day of 8"llt"hor. A. I). IIMIIWirnuM tlmiuce comiucrt'o and Industry ,ty and are more satisfactory in the end.
( THE NUNC LICET PRESS nltlclal lrnatiire and soul this the worker with the Ilov. rtenben A. Tor- I
my | ( stir
have K'xxl and valid reasons for their Just the pain t in the can and you have
1Kb dav of A. 1 ,
42 WEST COULTER STREET, AllKHKt, > I'Hin roy In the revivals which stirred nil (-
I (Ct. ('t Snail A. A. HTKWART: presence In politics, MO that you may far better'paint than can be mixed by hand.
PHILADELPHIA. PA. . r.ntfliHid thin New York Tribune.
Clerk Circuit Court of Hrnvard onnty. Florida.( / Haj-H
see that they Intend to run the It's mixed In of
gov- exact proportions
6l-6t llyO A SrEWAII..I'.U. Alexander returned, to :New York pure

Jo \or FAIL TO SEE THE WAL- eminent If they- ran. In order that :-you nx-ently on the ("arpathlit. 'I 5. materials, with the knowIedgofsixtyyears._
understand' that the of the
I ton Self-Locking: Tackle Block at Jan. Application for Tnv Heet. nny reign "It wasn't tile HliiKlliff' ," lie mild. "but L.UCUS I' common people> IM lu lunger. I hope
Pritcliard A: Son's tol'e. Tltusvllle, thnt you will\ resolve that this peril the noun: that nwiikeni'd the multitude feint many reasons. Ask your dealer why.

I Kir TliotiHands of them selling week- Under Section 8 of Clmptor, 4"0. Law* of Klorlda. may be n"l'l't".Illtl that' the common Thin mini U onlUul 'Olory.' Over there John Lucas & Co Philadelphia J

| 1 K 'hintigliotit) the North. They are '''(rrlcElsiuerehuy given' that H. II. Owens and PeoPle shall uiake and enforce the hl"11ot they (-hIll It tll<' 'Olory nr ng.' It struck _1U-
l." .1. <\ Little, co |luirtulere as Owons aluuhl.Itthu' deep Into tlio hearts. of tho ppnpl nnd, -- -- -
llttcii with the Walton-VInton Holler 'purchaMer tax certificate' No ft. the republic.)
..iriniono' of the best Inventions In dated tin 4.1 ubiy nf .1 nne. A. I)" IK,HI, has tiled "It Ii not noobject at tills time to }"','n 010 mor popular even than nny Sold by .Tux. Irl'hnrc Jt Mon, 'Tltiisvlll' Phi.r'L .
Haid rcrtitinato In my i Hire, and line made application nitiHlc hull sontf. Everybody la singIng -
I th IV'Id\ ) M. also be seen at the for tax deed to Issue I lu accordancewith discuss with you the changes. thatought
y law. 14.>ci-rtlllcate embraces. flu.. huh. lowI 'Olory. : fInd th barrel organ
-
to bo madu In '
I An i A K olllce. I Intr diiHcrlhiid property sitnateil. I In lirevard, tile lava t.bnt.It. gil mud I It out In every III ".t't. I attribute I .11: : : :: : : E .
county, Florida I to.wlt : fect thcHo corporations) !but rather to ,
- - -- All I I Lot (loilil, of ''IIVI"fnn of P. K. Foiltn discuss with you the inoro \ltal the """C"'M" of the Islet t\\o\ month* to "IUNI:11., IsrAleihslII.l.: : | '
question
------! Id I no I I flu ni. Hectlnii 41 I, 'TownHhlp 'JO Hontli this, HO ID?. Tho unemployed nion ninrrhIng -
Range 34 Kiwt.: which lies at thu threshold ot government. WIISICII. 'VIln* The "" ..111111.1 beIng a..o.1 l at the. date. of the I tilt Is to London SOnIC It nil th..y swept' -- .
propose Inquiry:
-- -
.g [ r iHsuanoe f>f piich t'nrtlMcute In the name" of Unknown. through. the towns unit tin outcasts ---- -
UnleHs said certificate, shall he redoei.. there anything that can bit duno that Express Propald Lemp'3 Beer.
according to law. tax (turn will ,iHHiie thereon who nlrop) long the ''l'hua mis ctnbanknx'iit r ur Dm.
d > N : bus not been done to make It more full <;uart iiiniiniira' 4 IlLs i (it* rjjtn! . .
; fI'Yo the Wtli' day or Heiitcmlier A. I). KHin.ItnHHK : It III the hours of the I IBIHt,1 1..r. . . . '1
QJ, ) \ my:: iuhhlcll sIgnature: and seal till certain that tho common people will Himff early 1""th'l ciuti lyn . . . ..i nn 'i nn' 57 IH> :url .'.. . .. . . . ... . 1 lu
.. the'Jith! .. itO (Seal ni ('Ir'uult. 5.lurt.) A. A. H PKWA 1I'r. relifii-that to determine 'ni<'n Sir. .Alosnudor: ImmffiPrt this. M''lrUII'i' >'. . . . .. .11:1. 4 lie) H mi J\.lalt..trJ.I'rk. . . . . . . .1 HI
I-ou, Clerk Circuit court( IIr..vHrI..mrv. !'Inrldaiiyn. from time to time what laws should, 1I111""H"lyo. .. . . .. ..:11/i /no u Ill. . . . .. .. . .' OIl
'
oS A.srrvtKT.: n.c. I be enacted! and, tho kiwi, of who verse of the song: 1..1,. l.r"IA . .. . .. . ...4/1 '1/' U u IM) iSS'F"-, . .. . . .. . .. .. : 28
?
'"' ;:. men Y. . .. ... . . .. :711 ii mi . . . . . . . . .. . .. .
--- - shall Interpret and I enforce them?" Friends! will bo there I have loved lone 1..llr..lv.t . . .. . . . U MlU : 2
3. ::: . : : .g R Sun: : Bulk
Application fur Tax eed. 1111'0. 1)11) Goods Free-Not
liol: With reward to tho railroad (Joveruor Joy Ilka a. river round me will low, Holland! : : Ill,,Y. :. : : :; : : ; : .. J Mil 4 '' 7 !M Prepaid..

l Cummins said: Yet just a smile from my 8iilonr, I know. Ketieva OlnNorth .. .... . . .!a 7t no ,

s : I'ndi-r Sei'tlon 8 of Chapter 4Hi4s, [.awn of FlorI.lusTOTIeE "Wo have 210Hij) miles of mnhi track Will through signs he ulory for mi Carol< !IIIH oru CornIMmintalfi ...: : : .. .... . ..K. itna I INI IHI ;1I DO' """1.10. Inaiu"per <"let.-"l'--Uyo|lly",' (uta bin.,Corn.e..rl. (J.u.,1 Jliuu.(irailo.|ne'HP

(INO -\ tn lii-reliv given that S. H Owens and railway capitalized. at nearly $1MXV ""'0 Imvp hud roinarkubli mtH>tlni/{" Jamaica HiiinMeilford . . . . . .u / /!UV 1 .
IX J. C. Kittle, c.. an Swells'* anil l.it Hum . . 7:1 U..I.-' "I"
imrtuum . 78IHI .10 "VBi, Curl, Hum, Hunt
I tie, purr'haMer' of tux iHrtltleare' ....0. 4, 000CHK. It cannot bo managed except In J.I>I"lolI," :\I Alonnndor: sit hi, ""and I lerae' | llrandy. .. . . . .I 71 IMI I M Ih. lllul
dated th.. 6th lUv of April A. I'., IMII2 hues III.... by corporations unloHs It U. assumed better tlmn I nil) they have IICIMI prodxK'tUo h hug or Knittucky U."rh"... . ..171 /'IHI I IM) ,":I.IH) her l&Hl.i.44" Ry. I'eutch and I
3 3CS aid rertillrate I in" HIT ntllce, and lies made as.| FurS, tihnrry or A . . . . / I Ihruih M"II"w'IIY' AJlla
cD pliratlon for tax iliwil to IMHIIO In accordance, by government nnd I for ono have lie of ".),,,,1. In tin IIvo inoiithxKlvru I 111..1.all. : / / an) .I CHI I.r' UKI. _v,I..ln Al"'', Suitial I limps
'" with law. Hald certificate emlinwi'ii' the tollowluit hesitation In Illtyillthat/ the day of to London we had tile. connolatlon A..urtue.t. al'lw..1 on guiels of name price. Ityw. 514011(1' ,., 111,1 ity.I .
fleKPrlhrd property mtnated in Kreranleonnti -- --- - .
i (I) Florida. to WI I government ownership ought not to of knowing that 14.IKKI) Hnulu. were 2 ln41 ur.H Vest Wt. -
All Peter' Bouchard ( rant, Section 3D, Town. duwu until the virtue a ml strength! of omiTcrtiHl. lu the two ntnl II half year* \cIUI' ,Jllk"OI"llcI"II&.
hip W Month. Range a 4 Kant.
o ; the American people are exhausted In Blnoe flue im'rtliiKS were oritnnlzol HOXX ,-
.. The milu land being amunmml at the date of the -
> aji -) finance ..fAII..h. rtlllcato "in, the name of I'nknown. the attempt no to regulate the railwaysthat ) ( ) were converted. 1'ho Ixiiidon inert- C S
I'nlmiA iiaiil. rertltlcate, lull.. redeemed L '
= a. < Q nnconllngto law tax dueil will Issue thereon I tbolr service' will lie without discrimination IIJKKvere 1..111II\ Albert hall nnd In :. : 00. ,

5 on the :altb day of miptemlmr A. I I".. 11106.Vhtnes5 and their counguelusation two temporary" ntnirttircs built At a 57. Isle nt., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
. 11 OJ '" my otttrlal nlicnatnre' anil neal thl. I.)
_. the :JAth day.. of Aummt A. u, 115)5! ) limited to n reasonable' reward. The gout of ii-0KK| ) ). It font $& ,(jJI) to defray -

"''C7 673 oqI (bi-ul of Circuit Court.) A. A. KrEW ART. railways are many but the centralizing tllP expenses: of tl"'H,, n-vlvnU."
rg

.....q O', en .. lly o. A, 14TItW""lr.: Ii. C.Application tendencies ot the )past quarter ofa ?

O.E. ,. > (t) century have been so overwhelming Dick Turpln'n lll.lliix I'Iscp. \ / J

: =' for Tax Deed. that they are dominated by divisions Workmen engagot) In tearing clown IfLLQT m -

0 c:: .*-' D =' en undo exi-opt upon rare occasions, competition the I'low inn at Little Killing, In I' nlt. '
c:3:
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has been .
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::: ooot L'nder !iiectlon R of (bapter 41-HS,Lawn of Florida nubctantlally eliminated land, recently discovered u secret
... from the affair: of transporta thuraber. It furnishedIn
IN hereby. gtien that The Flot. Ida. Kant. : : was elaborately
n N'OTIf'M Hallway Company, jt thom" old oak. says the Txindori Mall. Tbo
: ;frl..iv"r"h..r..r ::
: ;
uri lurthe laws nf tile rttate : In closing) the
f speaker apllCal..1! to house In. COO
over old and at onetime
Tax ( ertlni':ate :Sl). 'fn, dated the yenr
Q.o 'Irdilayif Julv.' A. It. liwi, ban nlml Mid eprtlflcate hi* hearers to support' the state primary belonged to tho grandmother of

L fIO. 0 == la my oil\ n. anil ha made apidtoatlon ror election law and condemned Dick the .
tax .he+'1 U' l>- i>: In u.forilance with law.: Hald uncompromisingly Turpln, famous highwayman./
::: EO2 e2 < .... ..rtia,'at4> eioiuHi I P* the followlrnr
ao q t"n| r.rty .1:"1014'.1 .In Hrevard county" Florida.t pauses by city county, uriite and onttonnl bis retreat when too closely pursued.

(J s-I.. "no acQ ) (rut' tl.' ii I fU'hcu.l.Itue, ] 'trant. ftecllon 24, oUlclalft.Mornlnc.
T .ii-l.l, |' ,,,I'll.) liei.oXt '...e
:: 8 E ::a Toe .Mid-I 'I 'IM-IIIK' AMefini'd. at the date.. of the fnlfil Xntnrn II'........'.
r&w 0 --.miic. ..1 I -,". ,h, ..rtlll.'u"! In the name of Knatr llorr. I'or the benflt of the gixnl jx-oplo who
c.5 .. ..r hvil'y C.< I nle"" oald certificate shall
.. .. 1111. One old fUH lolJ"'l climber has are now burnishing their nature
E2e ; zg ho reileeiufd, ai ordmif. t hew tax deed will tw- up
> 1 :: ; .. Slur., ".. "ii Die 'ml day of October, A. II, been much neglected 'by modern amateurs cult for summer use, says the New

-_ q 0 O I:Kf'Wltne..* my nrflrlal. lictiatiin and teal this the and proffMslornil gardener York Post, we quote thette stanzas: of

:;; :!! lt dav. of 8u[trmlHr A. it. 111'11.Itealr There are wan! magrniflcfnt new varl- Carolyn Welln, "A Iur.zleil: Nature Student .

ft Clerk: ; flnnlKViiirtl Circuit 1 f.onrt I ,A. A. TItWA rinrlilHy KT. f'tlC'IIln the market, and they are useful ," from August Bticccss: .

O. A. ; KI'I'I .v.'I'. (.. for many purpose To write of Ova wonderS. of nature

.J "' Is now tho lLCf'.pt.ble dodge.
.. OVER FIVE TnOU.SAXr WAI.. To trar* the N.nnnvks nomenclature
E5g Those who complain that the fludhag And learn
C) whore the lorlsviiTo lodge;
ton' Rapid' CalkingToolnaow| In use of the north pole would be fo thu. I'SIIMt
of no practical .f'II' (''n.I .
i : by boat owner loltbe Uolted Sttten. benefit to set tottti thus hnMm of rabbit. Ir"whll
any one should consult To mum up the ....rcupln..'. npln.*.
F' Price 'UX I\Dl1.M>0 each, a: the ADVOCATE -
::a the gentlemen who tnannir explorer"" To moritlnn the IM. of meows I .
FOLEYItONEYizwTAR
4 office TltutTllle Fla. lector tour*. And tell hoW')he _rot dines;

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"' : I 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER: lb:;, 1905.I .

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E COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. :;". i. clfimlni; Nn R... ..... 13 nnW. I Carter, and J. R. Walker, secretary.A I JAMES. PBITCHABD. President: WM. M. BROWN, V'-Pr' eedeUl-! -
I'tL COAST ADVOCATE H Norwmxi." lint fur "||HtrlolliiK WINSTON S. BBANNING Cashier.
L EAST cuunty .. ... .... .. :* 011 letter from, the State Board of Con-
R. I t;:. :Llln"I'f'r ilipin mil pro, Him attention to a piovlsion '
calling
trul lead
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(continued from page 8 ) A.J..rlor.. .. .. .. 4X1. was INDIAN
PUBLISaKD EVERY FRIDAY.
E.! K. Arnold,.. " ".. H: 20_a 10 04Spoclul in the Buckman Law, plying each RIVER STATE BANK

Entered at the Postottlco at Tltimvlllo, Florida! mau, \ road was granted and tax ached DlHt>n. 2.- county the right to send one student annually -

.. Flab Teacher milnrlpn.. .. . .. .. 21)2III/ I
M ""cund.cl. matter. N. M. Newt Tedder and N. Downeywere or so often as vacancies may occur
,
1Prltrheala Non paint waic'n, 14.l COUNTY DEPOSITORY.J
appointed a committee to mark, J. \- Moalsy )iiHlntinir' m hi ".. s on to either\ the Academic or Normal
I CHABLKS H. WALTON Editor tit l'ubU.her.) view and lay out the same A. Z. lilxi>n, work on S..III.... 2 "II of Authorized capital,
of both the Unlvoislty S I
.... WiWir. Dcpuittuents
.1. W. nixon :I OGOy
to
The committee appointed purchase :
.. .. ..
Hlinlie .. II f.Ian. Female Paid up capital,
Florida and to the $25'00
4 W1IKLT JOVBHAI DBTOTBD TO Tua OBVEIiOPHKHT a horse, wagon and harness for the Poor . N. C'ronniH.ex ktouch0i. T noH. the State of :
1tT1'e / ? I i Or TUB INDIAN BIVBR. LAKB Farm, having naked for an extension of A. Ontoon, traimp inpllii' 3J on 9 215 IMI College. Average deposits $200:0Transacts : (
,,7 WOHTH AID B1HUAVHB RAY SKOT1OHS. time and, on motion the same Is granted The Board requests that all who desire ]
>
Total Issue Sl l(4444( IB
rill .I F and they urn. hereby allowed until next -- to for the respective bclioliiiships a General
Discontinuance of advtH. must be made per meeting( to leport Attest : It.. E. :\II'IJII. compete : Baoiifl j
y r ..ally at thin, ofllre or by writing. On motion .Jus. Prevntt is hereby Instructed J. U. WALK Kit, Chairman. to send Into the Superintendent '

tu work under the supeilnteud-{ Secretiiiy.:! prior to the lirHt Mondav: : In October ; Business

'1 Check.oto.,may be made payable to CHABLKK anco of Jt.: A. Conkling In the planting The hupeiletendent was Instructed l to heir class standing based on list exam- I
a 1 Hi WALTON, p"1>II."or. of the dilleient crops on the County '
and
1 Largest Oldest
Poor farm and! that Mr I Conkling lie proceed with the matter of tint. election hi. ",iious, by their :School Piincipal) as Bank OD tin* Rlre

,,f r+ ' t+ I lip'1 In writliiK to the AI>"()(!ATR fur Informa allowed! such compensation for ouch per- of a Hcliool house at City I'oln''. well HH 1 Diploma. ( ', ( } , t. Exchange bought/: iu"1 1..a.; , "t

f I tlonotenykiudthowritrwlllObhgnbyenclose'lag vices as may be agree upon by the Hoard. Mhollimid! adjourupil to meet Tues The lio.inl) ml join tied til meet the fiat I Countrle-,

a stamped' addressed, envelope.HOfilojf ) On motion. It Is ordered that J. I'. day morning September :5lli, at St:: () Monday: In October at :2 ::.IO p 1/1. the 14 ' 1'atronageappreciated/: . "l'i,
Hiown nheiilT, net ns Jame Warden of "I i '.
a ,
second thereof. treatmoutandever inns ,
the
day
t
o'clock same being
the county to date from the expiration narrative. banking, ,, ..
r 1 i. j otKltiJ III!: J A.'r CoAur ADVO of tbo commission now held by the Game Tuesday morning Sept. 5, 1001: Tbe .1. K. WALKER: :secretary. 'aa.- 1 w
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ofllc eat4 4 Atlantloavenue CO RR.S 1'0'Iii
OATK halt Opened) an M
Warden T. A. Robinson and that the
Board to
), , Boston whkh will bo In charge of Mr. Claude: met pursinint adjournment. Empire Trust Cnmi' ..
pay of said: J. 1'. Brown as Game Warden J in\
i j O. Walton. be $20 per month.Ou Present: R. J<;. !Mims chairman; A. J. Di" you subsciibe for the ADVOUATK ., ?(a,''aeeza.,; ,,__ t Inrlda )Haiik, nnd, I'nmt c i t.i tw.

I motion Jns. Pievatt, Supt., Poor -- - ._ -
y' UJS Izr,1"TA: V.
Address. all ooraninnloatlonii to Farm Is hereby lurjuired t.. keep a set of -.
'; t EAST: COAST ADVOCATE books of the I Incomes and of -
expenses
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1 4 TITIIHVII.LK. FLORIDA.U. -
the four Farm.Os 1C cc:> :::13:13:: I S.
motion all inmates of the PoorFarm .. -- 3T. :B: [:.
ii H. Department 0"1 Agriculture will not be allowed to leave the (successor. to Dobbins Itios.)

a &;11 9 "Weutlier Iliircau-Jupiter, Flu. the premises bupciintendent' without written charge.permit from MEuhnMHT CoDE c- -crNr: ttI2.c1: :LO CS112IT: : : :$,

The Board adjourned! until 2 p. m., liatlges, Checks, Door Numbers, Htenctls Trunk anil I Locksiim!, "
1 $ AND UKVOLVKRS: A SI'ff:< I 1\ : ,
l 4 Thefollowinglsa( comparative statement Sept 5. JUO:;. -REPAIRING: OK\ GUNS > -
t of tompciatuio" and rainfall for the '1'he Board met at 2 p. in., Sept. 5, lHO!> :;. VLA Gun mid Revolver parts and l keys tit wholesale. Tjunksand "V,Ui" .,rel

week ending 'rneadaylept.:! 12. HlO:;. PiesentR.: A. Conkling chairman; .). 22 J MI'lnIt.: Jacksonville Fla.
) J W. It. Walker J.1'/ Woolen
won\ 10041) R. Mint I1VORAN
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i + DATK.: MAX. MI:-I. MAX. MIN. and 'I'. J. Cockshutt with A. A. Stewart

'{ l II HH8S 77 8S 1 7'!) clerk; and J. P Brown alien If. BQX CRATE Tin: SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAI]
GE
( r 7 77 Mil! 72 Thu following accounts wets approved ,
1 1 s H8 7H 81Ml 72I and worrants ordered lo b" drawn for
? i'u I \ 811')) 71! 72 the 8"mo. this ISept 5th lJO! :;. WLOTEKIAl
10 Si': 7:1: 81 72 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
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UENEItAf.I"UNn.W. ,
171 ,
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y' } I 11 81: 711 IoCIl! 71 t ,
; ;) i ]12 811 7i: 811 7i: U. Walker, Co. Com . . :* 4 00 -- ---. - .,'
Total rainfall for the weekI.rt5: /) J. 11. Mot, A mileage 8 40R. ) .. **'

!: Depart] mo from normal 1 rainfall; for the A. ('on kllng"- 12 80 .0+00000.0.0..0...0.....0.0.0.O... Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick,.,...
I' week: minus .Hit Indies. Departurefrom J. F. Woolen . . 8 (1)0) ,
normal rainfall since January 1, T.J.Coc-liHhutt") " 4 SOHtiiHville .
I i 'I plus] .22 Inchon.HAL. Electric L Co, lights: o h 21 :.10J. : THE : Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, o'ol'llla.] Tplepl \, %

r P. HAHDIN, Observer. P. Brown, jllilor. . . :.10 00) General
M J. MUNNEULYN 1 :Wanajter.! ;
1 _ _ _-.-- -- J. P. Brown, waiting on Co. Com .1 00
: i I ( I j + Jon. I'lltclmrd & boil, mech Jill ]10 (111I

; C OUT in Illinois they are still discussing J I. P. Brown, janitor . :5 00) PALMETTO PIANO CLUB i ... .
The Oldest UHtabllalieil Grain and Heed Hm 1)t.Wm.
N i" tainted money although J. O. I'VIew nuns aide tracks, 100 2": 00

,, +) ; the consensus of opinion seems. to L. K. Myers, holding] Inquest . 4 (00) --------
I'' drawing jury oo\ ct, 8C0!J .

I'y' j j be that "there ain't no such thing." K.: C. Advocate blanks cl'ks olllco 11 fiOR. s By joining our Piano Clul you wiil bo able to !rut a :t'OD j)! grade : :: : A. SO"U.rO: C:.

l'' Bowler, ferryman . . . i jj 01))
D. L. (nl ul.len. sal. PIOH. A tt'y. ::1Ifa]:! : : Piano for $:W7 on payment of tlO] down and, mcmbeiship clues off :
+ (t A Denver physician claims to bet A. D. Penney, s.il Co. Jiulpe . :2!.; 0(1( '" GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
i able to stretch a man's backbone W. $. N Norwood sally; Keg ottlcer 17 011) : $ ) per month without inteiest. Piano deliveied, free to nearest : ,

from ono to three inches. What A A Stewart, accountant 30 00)
j depot as soon an the hi lit Ten Dollars U paid.1 j '
making cert copies 1 SO Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
) most men need ia to have their ,
4 ) P. .L (Hall, work on clerks ollice. ."> 00Jno. raniA ''witser.

s1)I I backbone stiffened. lIenl'Y, Appor tax redpt . ]IS li)( : ADVANTAGE OF OUR CLUB PLAN. : rotas. rte 20IJ; East Bay Street..J.\CKSOXVILI.E. 1 1'1\I \
Rod Cios4" Pharmacy, med pits, 5 !:*> .
i ') A Chicago man advertised for a B. It. WIItonIIP.II attd prix . . .J (no) Catalogue Free. Warehouses on lucks of :H.: A. L. It'y and A i ,tf! ,
; K.: Ij. JJrady meroh for jail . . 8'80 .
To introduce and not tills. Plano hefme' the public, we will form :
n ) lady stenographer, requesting that. Red Cross I'li.irmacy, med p. farm; 4 '>:"> Z

},, ) ') she state her age. Only a woman I .L 1 R. Walker A: Co merch 1 15 1 K5 a club of ONE( : HUNDRED mernbom, and such member will gut :
I ' absolutely In need of work would J. M. Osban oar t\e\ horse .' (00( .
' r : a Piano at the wholesale, piice. The club Is limited to ONE : MeMurray & Baker
answer that advertisement. )LOAD FIND i>nr NO. 1.

i M. Fish load work . . . .400 : HUNDRED; members" and 1 all lo trument11I) HOOII be taken :

I Town of Tltusville portion road. 401-4 1J Kust; Buy Street, Jacksonville, Florida]
1 ACCOKDINO to a Chicago professor tax: 1'JOt! levy. . . . . . . . 181 49
a roan may live as long as he J. W. Osbnn, road work. . . . . 23: 00 Z THE PALMETTO PIANO -llakers and Jobbers of-

( t i wants to. There are some among A Wilson, . . . . . ;.1 00 .

i 4 I',' I' us who are quite willing to remain N K.. CJ.II. r Boys,. ft ,hup.load Co work, lum. for. 'brl'ge. . . 21 7 4 47<1 Is an Instiumeut that bus been manufactured: In our own fao- .: Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Hateriil(

among us ns long as pOllIlble.Tho'se ROAD FUND mar", : for Instance.
d doughty bOYM,
Rufus Thonins, road; work . 12: ">0 matlo conditions. of this. State better than any Piano made., : Saddlery Rubber Tires

John Eberweln, . . . 15 00 ,

I I THE grave of William hurry, who IIOA.I> FUN nitr. NO.< 3. $ SEND FOR CATALOGUE. : First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc

', i on July, 1770, rang on the old Town of Eau. Gallic portion road - -- - --

l s liberty bell the peal that proclaimed tax, 11)4)4levy)4 . . . . a..', .VI

liberty throughout the land, has' Town of Melbourne, portion road XSxxy Your: . .
sl . . . . . The Cable I
( been found In the burial ground oft tux, lIMit levy SI :2S j Company

11+, Il p9 Pine Street Presbyterian church Town N. M. of Fish(Cocoa road portion work. road. . .tax. 111..0) FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

Philadelphia. The Daughters of levy 11101' , . . . . U'J:! ").', I Iron a lioune that has been In business over ihr> lelll
the Revolution, Colonial Damesv FRANK E, CHASE; Manager. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :
BI'KCIAI HOAD tl HO< 1>IST, >O. 2. and hall always had' the reputation for 1.0'lUm

I and Sons of the Revolution have :M. road work. . . . . 3 S 10 '
N.
and ManufactureiSlager
,. t 4 taken it in charge, and the plot will Fish', .. . !t7 75 ........... .........................................:.. on the !finest goods Imported

;" I > try be put in good condition and cared IAMK: WARDEN FU.Nl 4 Bess c4'
for. ,
'
T. A. Robinson game warden 10 00

J r PI:F.1)IN01'IIISONElt4: FUND< DIAMOND:: WATCHES & JEWELRY
Two Lamar (Mo.) men were fish The Qcklawaba Nurseries.
11 18DalD[
and :
St
catfish J. 1'. Brown feeding prisoners :201! iiThoio J. & S. W. and A. (C. L. WATCH INSI'E' """I<
Hi
t' ing. They saw BO big
that to attempt to land film with being no further business. bo a:19:) W. Bar bt. JACKSONVILLE.! FtI ., { '\'
(ore the Board at this time It U ordered :=:
hook and line would have been - -- -- -- - --- -- -- ----- ---- --
that tho Board stand ml Join noil until Te C>rnJ:1go: : Growers I
r folly. So they jumped into the first Monday In October A. 1>.' l\IO.i\ aa :"
I Who expect to enlarge their groves this year: Wo want to send our new
water anti drove the monster into a at H o'clock 1\. m.BREVARD .
cove and walled the opening. catalogue, which will bo ready for mailing about September 1st.Wo Sm: ; r S :I'OR: SPRING.Turnipsand : : -l
e k up have watched very closely the development of the Citrus Fruit Industry r
The fishermen then lifted the fish SCHOOL BOARD.
In 1.'lolldlnce, ISO.i: and wo believe wo can: give; valuable Information to now and
l out onto the bunk. Ills weight is i
old growers OUU CITRUS TUBES are the climax of excellence and only valu Ruts Ua ns.
not given, presumably because catfish [continued from page :5. ] I
able vaiiolles are propagated In our nurseries. It will be to your interest to look I Onion Sets-HeimudA and Pearl.
; have no scales.
8pm lul tux K'\limil. I.lot. ><>3- that list over, and,I we believe you will tleoldo to give us your patronage,:: after con Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans.I .

failmi. hand. nt l lust n i wrt.,8 VM 7tl sideling the Inducement no hive" to offer you I Seed Potatoes-for f.lll. N>>. Hose and Triumph. I

t 1 How soon the dead are forgotten( I.u. wurrunlit. |paid.. In AIIKI:NI9 'Jfl7....HT!! 9 10 IU M'KCIAF.: TEKMS] ( to Hume. who place their orders now for fall and winter I Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods r.I .

I ; In France. A few years ago Kmile: toI"uolaltax .eh"nl) l ll.t. No. 4'itch planting. IWOMJTEIA' NO WHITE FLY. ADDRESS
1 . on hand nt plat reliort..5. fin) la| I
i' I'' Zola, the author, was lionized by Kuinlvetl Auit 1:im) ... .. noTiitm I X*. C7E1MI: EB.C\l": : : aoodsmLtn: : ,
the people of France and now who .. .. . ... .. lilil, M I
11 ,141 l I.CBH warrants puld. In AIIK.IJiVI! IHrJ I ill> S Bl The Ocklawaha Nurseries { 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. i
//1 11 cares for Ills", memory except his - )J

I widow, and that although he "voaway" Total each. on hand, ... __9 _77 Ii =---: =---.JIm-a-: =---=:;--: .
large part. of his fortune to Itttlillxttd. Kecelptd.Comity O. "W. C3o3ta.xa.ox->: : : : Pre>>p.T..A.JSrGEEI.XN"E .

s charity. The other day his widow, .,,ehm fnal'xah : : :: : ::, :J: 8LOXt.XI.A.:: .
+ who Is (: nn Imiid at last report' V 4 titUeu'U
decided
financially embarrassed .. -" - - -
1" to dispose of of his .. K;..W II..II.I..IIH.. fix I'H'-I l i HW4' 11.1 7 7H mi ....................................................-.-
part
personal ..
Coniptr" 1.0.\.I'M"I .\ ... II 4>< LinesSPECIAL
Mallory
? : GREATEST SHOW EVER HELD IN FLORIDA- t
l belongings: at an auction sale "fr..1\1. L-m-ia Co lial. ilubt. tli'11118: '_" 67

d! ,? at Medan., Rarely 200 persons Special tax .ch'H.IIII.t No. I- "
The Manufacturer's Pare Food and Industria
t' came, and the price paid for things Cash on h.I..t. lant r..ur'. . 9 4UI, i Pomp.tax'03. .. . .. jy t 417 II
which had been dear to Dreyfus'champion Jack onvilio Flfi.. January 4 to 18. 1 1906. *
: OI'I..lta'| school t'tst. N<>. :t. : '
were outrageously low Caitli., on.. hand at last' report. :* 9 7VI! /All PASSENGER-EXPRESS SJEAMSHIPS
Altogether the sale netted only :JfliOO t: I'niiip, tax l'MU-4' .. ,1-J9 T.V 4J. GRAND :MUSIC, CiOKOKOUS T5I.ECT1SICAT. DIMM.AYS, ,AUTOMOBILE .IIWI
and most of the things Hold were 8p i>UI tux aiihuol IIIHe l No 3 v SHOWS MO'1'OR BOAT AND SPORTSMAN'S CARNIVAL, j Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on tin
.
< call on luiiiil at teat report. $ !ii>8 711
1 bought by Americans. No rvovlpta Iti AnguHt: ... .... .. _...!(Hi. A n&: 79 : S'1."L b-'tre>>p1.on,1 ='rtzit: :E::xhi'bits: : -NO OVEKC BOW DING-

Sxclul| tax ooluxil |)Ut. No 4-- : -GREAT DEMOXSTKAT10N" OK TURK!!: 1o'00D- j IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY:' GUARANTEED[ 'Oriel
("II n" haul, at lime rupnrtConip ., tl4HI) ,5141, number|, .'t -'Ie irl+t'
"; tjj9i AIIVK'r\iINU: \ will not work mira .. .. tat 1'*H . dll' dtO 11II : East' Coast ]Fruit Growers can secure pace at reisonable "''tt's.lldrclI sail : ghlp|, M n() tickets wn| bB god, to exceed the ndirulm(
j communications( to J. U }HQUIIAK] Gen Mgr.Jlerklinvr e or the seating of all passengers
iF J 1 Glee It will not make a badly Total).... ..... ... ..... ..... 3 3,41265Itetnt.ed ;; ) capacity Dining Halls, thus Insuring
Building Jacksonville. Fla.
G service and
: : attention.
managed business pay It is not a -- -- -
I substitute Ex pen,1lturee. ..0.000.0...00....0...0.00...................0000.00.
for careful buying, cash
l ',, >
County SchiHil I } "d.J PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRH A
!i discounts, wise arrangement or effective It walker.nlary. suet, r..r00::: $ 71 Is l organization. You must K. K MlmM, |xtr. ilium.' ... iniliiio.. Him\ (:See'\ Schedule of Ships In Florida] Tiroes-Union;
A .1 tartar. M 7 w" VEHICLE!:! : & HARNESS CO.
r !, have the right article purchased K.: II. "rll..I.I" |:J .hi U.L' H1'1I
)
,1 It Walkrr.fit LOWEST:' RATES TO NEW POINTS N'
exp p'aDiew| etc .1 M YORK: AND
Xl or manufactured to the best advantage ('.."..)) .'<.: Itok Sown pub, Un hat :2 M Corner Foisyth. and Cedar: St..
', handled in the best full H.I A': annual.rep Hunt ri IWVinerlONn Including] dellghttnl D.\.YI.IGIITrL, through the
way, JACKSONVILLE, KLOUIDA.
. leak, t'u. froa books. :Jrt jtiM ) -
c offered at the right price, or advertising X: W It Orew Co,bs.ks teach .1 e1) -- FAMOUS "SEA ISLAXDS."
a t'fr K. I', Advneate l : : SOOrlro,) ; l letters JimMoricitn ,
; will prove a useless! expense' \\alt4iu.. liiAnrrnov. 44 J M' Our .atnck of . . I : 'et:] at
e*:
1 ,w Organize business so as to I[ It State. hank tnr..re.i.: ti :j| Through tickets sold to all northern points. For foil Information : ;
I your se.a John henry,type min fur pnh. .'1110' cure for the public the best that is -
4 I for the Special tax cutout ltl.t. No. I.- SUrUE\'S.; TRAPS ROAD CART, ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Jacksonville! floraSEND :
) going money ; buy in the Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet
g Teachers. .enlartes.. .. do toeleotlon H.\RXEI'IS SADDLES, ETC. ETC ETC.
,
1 best market ; get your cash din- h: anteere.twa. -lal lpli>..tlon[ till IHI ,
counts. and all other advantages E tJ i..'v: Sup t'). "' .tl. for Ne i s :22Henry IS NOW COMI'I.ETE- ---- -- -
tt r t 1 and-advertise In the ADVOCATE. .11'rltcharJt Hon. inpli No. I !! .Mlohn YOUR JOB PRINTING TO TIlE ADVOCATE .
Henry r.nH'MlnM; elect n :i (HI ,f.
Success is then yours O. F. Dur n. material and. labor rrCal1 on us and you will. Unit our prices. will please yon CARRIED TUE LARGEST:: STOCK OF STATIONERY IX TUB ' N

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K ST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 15:), 1905:


BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL We make a specialty of
.................................................. Mims. BOARD

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EAST COAST NE"\VS. : John Deal of Oak Hill stopping at -

the hotel for a few weeks. The Hoard met at tO:) p. in., Ang 1 lih,

******************** : Mian Vernon.l Benson is spending a r.M\ >,->. Present: K. );. Minis chairman; FIRE INSURANCE
.
week with friends at Osteen. K. I). Aarnold A. J. Carter and J. U.AV.Uker .

No".ti\Y Note Contributed bv Oui- nebular : Will Mcrullougb; was selling boef out J secretaiy.
day this ....''ek. Come ag.iin Willie. The Board, with John Heury acting

COl.'prl; of EnHtCoaHtCorvoHponclents.Please : Mis: K.I K.: .Mims, of Bunnaventure for county judge proceeded to canvass prepared to give
and
. _ . . _ . . . . . . . . A A.. spent lusU week with Mrs. P. L. Kyr.er. the returns of the special election for are
.........................................&...... T- John Canard of Cocoa, and Jim Ennln Siobool Tux Dlst. No. 1.

of THusville spent Sunday at Mr. Ca- CeitllloiUe of cauvassois:

r send all communicat Eau Gallic.8VRUI nurd. State of Floiiila, 1 t

|.1 l items for publication to "Editor. E. A. irctm will\ make an addition to County of Jirevard. ) PROPERTY OWNERSthe

bvoi A TK. Titusvlllp, Fl.v.Ve ." hiM store, aud warehouse bcfoie winter We, the undersigned Doiud of PublicluKtiuctlon

T. HOItnsOV-III\HII'IAS ':ill 8lttoivON. sots in. of llrovard County, Floitd.i!: ,
to l'ubll bIII hau:; lullie, .'lul \ cannot giiarnntco Mia. G. Nolle spoilt Sunday In Tltusvllle compiising' the canvassing bouul

> that do not reach this olllce befol'l' with her daiightel: Mrs. .J. T. cial Tax School Dlatilct l<:Klectlou in
Fewer Riuills' lllIti !OMS lain. for the >(.i !
..u..n. Thursdajs. pant' week. Mcl/ilite. and for said county, do certify th.it we

Mia. :Mmmotn::; and family of Skit" met at the ollloo of the IJoaid of Public
Jfr. Rosselti-i took to Jacklloll-
a mn
Will coneitpondents oblige ustmii hy villa this \\eek.J. Lake, hpunt tlio d.iy with Mrs. J. K. Ky- InHtructlou nfoiesaid
the names of people and plipumly zer, liwt Saturday.Mr. : and proceeded to possible
1005
1 of August, A. D. ,
K. M. Hodgson took n inn to onl'county hall
[ an possible ? town ou )ltmI.,,)' List. been .vlsliiug Filtz" filends of JackHonvlllo beio for who a wuek. publicly c.invasn the votes given; for the

J. K. M. Ilodttson/ wns callod' to 'l'ltU8- left for his homo Sunday.Maxtor Mwciul mill.igus to bo levied for the next best at

villa\ to solve on a juiy ihis "Ilk. West Ptiliu ensuing two yuais and for tlio several
Melbourne.illiKl \Bob Strahan, of school
The Kloild.i Fish & PioduceCo's .pat Beach, Ii visiting his grandmother; Mrs.J. [ persons hereinafter n.imed for the
: this point wld bo I moved In pan to B. (,hIIII1Ierlllfor a week or two. tiustves for Special Tax School District protection

( ) W (1 )ODK.' -tteal l Entnto' X"lar, Miami. U. Ilocker who has spent the summer Vit I I. of said county at tlio special: election

'ulilU anil (.VmvinBiicer. Agent: for JhLivarimiil I .V jolly party of you nit people. vistlioocoiin In Savannah' l I.. expected homo next hold in said county, ou the Ml day

lireliHiirMirn, .anil LouilotmnilOlolie( ulii|>unluH. Hpurlul,ami aU'lIIth"Hartfor<, buin.li ou Tuesday niuht! of week 10 look aftor bis oiaugo grovox. .,August: A. D. \UMi) >, ns shown by tlioleturns

Ui Interest.* or non-ruHliluuta. this weokThe did of the Itourd'
bililti Quite a Hcvero lain storm Sunday on lie In the office

Chailotte Cnso, a l.uyo Rchounor, quite good/: deal of harm to the hay of Public Instruction.
r Subscriptions for tlio ADVOCATE. Is being ovet hauled at Hodgson's YUI'II crop blowing it down and falling fnns fl'ol1slLhl
Be pink paper) of the East Const will ho t.UIIIWU"k. etc. And wo do lieieby certify,
Tulvt'd lat the Melbourne Postotllco.MI rultirns that. the whole number of votes LOWEST RATESin
Chad wick Uios. Klsli< Co., tuo 8tt'PIlnJt') W. A. OIOPII of P.ilatka is expected
'' a new spar in their large schooner the J. next week on n vitit; to liU biother. K:, c.tot, woio as follows :
| -, Chan. T McBride, U having hl't 'I' \ liOOLli. A. (Ireen. Ames in always) a >\olcomovisitor. :Special Tax school Dlst i'lot No. 1Kor -
line newly pantod.C mills for llistyu.irloooivetl
of
special levy 3
the
: oponvd on Mon.l.ij lust
1': Root Is doing/ some painting i and pilnclpnl 1 Miss liouner of Tennessee Ill'. W. I II. BeiiHon', lias nuceptod a position 'M votes.Kor .
,alrlnlt on the\ Buziar.HA : lived on 'Tuesday. with the Atlantic: OO'Mt Lino Ky., spucial levy of 1 mill\ for second

kitching has been built on th" at blindfold and loft TueHilay!; for his
DOW A twelve foot 'Kator was seen in tho year received !IU votes.
pngiegatioual paarsonage Kuu Uullie ilver on Tuesday last, oeur futn ic home. \Kor ..peclallovy of 1-K mill for Hintyo.ti I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. I

llnvlrntiong are out for a dance at I II 110- the county bridge. Mos"ts. Stiiilian, Potts and llollln, and 1 mill for souoiul year iccoivod

I .ulotou on batutdsiy evening the The Kast Coast Fish Co at Eau Hal. tin eo of West Palm Beach's prominent 1 voto.

| lie, have moved their plant to I' tlH\I't, young mon, woia calling/ on filends nnillulativos of I mill for iiueond
lliMr. hvio I this week.Mr. Fur special. levy
|: ( i"Maude Edge! of Km: Gallio was for the winter months.Tropic lecolved 1 vote. & Walton
)>loasant visitor in I Meloourne TuKnos and K.iu iallie ciossed bats 011'I Tucker of Fultoid, is visiting his year only, Morgan ,
y. Kau Ualllo's tll.iiuoud on tmtmday I 1.llIt. cousin K, A. UIIMMI, for 11 few d.iys.Mi. Against special. levy reoolvod '8" votes.Kor .
'I extensively DUt. Xo. 1 :
I'uckor ijiiitu
milk nice, I Iovements 1m. 'Tiojjio 2: Kail Gallie 10. opouites schoullr..t.os. Spue
Gaukerls In" lIome ori.d.o
on the cottage lately boujtbt 1 Tlio MII Arnold and MoAlisteraniliiuge [ 111 In tomato growing at Fulfoul. J\. Frosuher ii'cclvcd ..18votes.O. I ':I'i: t"U.ovi. o.., F : ,_

him. of the junior Ki'iilos In Sohool Tom Ilovil has just icceived a lino K. Duron uu-elvod .I Ili: votes.Goo. .

lliick masons are busy as bees build- No .'), this coming term. Winchester shot gun of modern 1.l\ttern 1':. Chester, rued l)7votus.K. ) .
nnil quails will have to I"y
the concrete foundation for the now 1':. :bpillur; is having/ new sills plaiindor low,we as Tom expect 1 d a champion bird buntcMrs. . 1<:. Mims ch'm ltd.: Pub 1..t.. )
ator home of Hon. Geo. K. Lyon. Ills home In K.ut:' Gallic. \V.LJoolli 1. E. H. Arnold l. motiib, The Walton
who lecently l'etllrD".1
Crump
,
i ol. T. J. Shixvo of Eau Gallie, was h.is ch.ngo of the work. from her mimmir; vacation, spoutGooigi.i III A. J. Carter, "

Melbourne, Tuesday looking .IIflcl' The yawl L.iwtenoe Orr, Is on 1I0Ilg- :!, is etiteitaliitng her _sister fur Attest: J. U. Walker
this
section.Thos
s business inteiosts in ion's ways bulnj/? ovet hauled and plllnt- mouth's vUit in her cozy little! cot. 1 Co. bnpr. and Sec'y Ud. "

ChatVeo and! wife, expect to re- )d. 'Ibis vessel is ono of the I. U. JtW. I.. tuge. A. D. J'ltNNKCo.. Jiulgo Self-Locking
homeD Fish Co's lleet at this
their flue Melbourne on point.
into I
I". H. and \V. II. S.ickott and wlfo| II.
bin IT. We lire always glad to IllIve A cla.nco wat given nt Adams' halli.iturd.iy on don't expect tocoinn to Mims the caing '1'ho bid of Homer E. Wakeliuld fotrunspoitlng
l'm hoie.MoHsrs : evening last and a jolly tlv mo winter. Minis' loss Is xomcotligain. '"
Prang & lUlenbrock are, ]put. as panned. by those piesent. :\lellJoorDe. The hockett's woie good neljbors. pupils", from Jan. Ilattnr's to Tackle Block

iK down new cement side walks aud Tropic aad other points were rep Cocoa wlili two horse team at :$ 1/(1)/

ths, on the property lately purchiw ReDw
:Mrs Xklgar Jones. School No. .1>, 1 ali Gallle opened for Judge iaiildou, nhows the cure amitentioii IlL- for traunr>ortliig, pupil

Miss! Helen Miller\ left on :Sunday I for work on Tuesday last with 57 purrebeut. It has had. 'I his Is ono of tIlnest fioiu C. I). Mugiuder'a to Cocoa, win

tiiHville where she will teach this > This Is a fair attendance for groves lu Mims, and the fruit Is awnidod to J. G. Oibeit at if:J7..V O pel !
in. The good wishes of her Mmrne the opening/ day. Miss Uonner is piipal among the llnest on Indian' Ulver. '
fiiends follow her. and the the Misses Ainold & ALillstnr In mouth.Thoiobolng. KVEX: A IIAllY
Tom Carlile of LnGrange, was tin
Clio launch Dreamer dipt. Sam Mar- aio assistants and a most SilO- Jllms ou Satur ay. Tom lit only 1.; no further business knows wheie to go for a general line
OHBt'ul term Is Miss Hon.
u, took a jolly crowd of Melbourneit anticipated. years of age but ho tips the scales ut liourk adjourned.J. !.
cured
icr is fiom Murticusboro Tenn. nf /good' ill'tigs, U'H bdon' by our.iiiudiclnus
E.ui': Galhe I.IHC Saturday evening to L'1151,! pounds. Very few boys on tKiist K. WALK Kit Scciot.iry.
lend the ilanco given by the Kau: Oal. - -- ----- Coast can come Up with Tom. iiml IH oun of

ites. A teal good time is lepoited. Attacked by u31ol>. Mesiirs. A. J. Carter of Turnbull IInlIt. HIlt HK8T: DHUCJA \
The Hoard met nt 2ilO o'clock ". m..
- -- And, buaten, In a labor riot, until coy. K. Mims of Bonnavcnture, were 111
Like riiidlng ::Ioiivy. el'ed with ROI'Oll. a Chicago street conductor Minis, Wednesday looking/ over the Sept. 4lh, 1'iori.: Present : K. K.: Minis. DM.t .

applied Bucklen's Amialve school lion no and taking estimaten ns to chairman E. IJ. Arnold, A. J. Carter [ Iind all chlldum'ii illsoasos( and our
Finding health Is like finding money and sound and welJ "I the now Improvements to bo made before -
was soon
think those who are sick. When you and J. 1C. Walker, secretary. nudicinuM cured them. Ours U the
ulleltln family writes(1. J. Wolch.of Htbool opens.Jelt .
my ,
ve a cough, cold gore throat or cheNt 'TekoiiHli.i .Mich., and tlnil it perfect" The minutes of tlio hut ronulur ami lost equipped best stur.Uud and most
like W. lliilley has boon sent to Uogus, i on
itnllon\ better act promptly and bums. special meetings were load and adopted
1S.Uher, of Sandy Level, V*. He say: imply great for cuts Only the A. & W. branch of tho F. K. J. I It.y.! montli lopuhir drujf storo on the Kiist:. Coast:
:!:'to> at Hod Cross I..hllrulltcy.Rockledge.: TlieTieiisurer's report for the
,! stalled the 1st of :
had u terrible cheat trout-Ie. caum Jell .Sept., as an ILl'-
i1 smoke and I coal dust on my lung lI; prentice and by dinner had earned ILlIeclion. of Aug. was pioHurjtod, read. and found lay drugs of II".

ituftei finding no relief In other rein The Florida) Kast Coast glvpiomotion \ cOI'rcot.ILII.1 the redeemed wariants cancelled -
THY OUK KINK CK1AKS.Fed .
,'S, I was cuiod by Dr.I King's NoUcovery as soon us they seo men 1"6 and filed.I .

for Consumption: Couglnl hs worthy. ____
,I' olds.:' Greatest sale of any coujiung ( Now Is tlio time to subscribu for the *'litniif'lHt HlHt0iii,*nt.r Cross Pharmacy
,I medicine In the woild. ,'U .,,1 1 elMN Pb.ii'macy; 5>110 and I fl.Oiiiantued. ; AI'VOQATE. olT -in ciiiniilunda with Hwtlnn :.1, ClmiitniIIJJ TITUSVIM.K, FLORIDA.Hodgson .,
lie may well think hat him got with ------- -- -- ---
Trial bottle free It. U. Chnlker has moved his! family iJiwu.if I Klnrliln, wo hnrnliy Ilia you --
cheap who, aftor having contract! \1."I'"II..wlnJl',1".1' MtatuniHiit"if all iniiiievMraiuilvuil .
\Villlams .
--- Into II. cottago.Chas. constipation' or Indigestion Is mill ILble HpiiroprlHtlimii. inailn, ., anil wnrrantsiiu Bros.iAUUALLIE
1 .
will\
Carrlngton's family spei to perfectly restore his health. Notlih (
Indianola. the fall and winter In Cocoa. will do this but ))1'. King's New IMo Variants outitiinilliiK at lout niportoiinty -
sclimil fund .. f U.IXH' : ..Mltpi'i I<: INDIAN mVElt FLA.Mailne .
and
Pills A fiuiek pleasant cOI.tlLlnCI1l'O ,
The commercial fertllUor men have' lul tux .uhiiul Klnt N<>. I. IU M
for headache constipation etc. ;lic .. !i, .).'II Hi
Fred! G. IItinlueys ,
I'uemliy} afternoon >mmencod their raids among us. .. J, :Ml 87 Kail. way.
Keel Cioss Guaranteed.Georgiana. .
it Pharmacy.
,Mptured a four It. alligator will .' .. 4, Illij l II flWI110: (
John .tnd wife were calling\ on .
Kroy General. MnrahantM and Ship Chanillers.
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i few loet of his liouse.Mi .
iVitrrnnt Imitinil at tills ninntlnuiniiiiy -
)1 r. bdlmou H'ni. Smlthie who has cli.vrge of Bower Is doing someca l|>ortul tux nrhiMil .'I"t.>... I. Mo 04 I
.'1. Hildreths grove, is at woik mowln Urady / '. U, !\III\i \ lift ",1141110 for Hatillnn Out, Wtorlnn and Hepulrlng
work for 10:. M. Uieeso this wool .
penter - -
uraanand spraying the treell..J Horn Tuesday morning Septembi12th '
Totsl .. ,41/1\141\ I IVurniiitK Yachts and I.auuclieH.
.' <> Nomers; h.ig decided not to bull The census man Is among us, and al"] to K. VcHsey H.ill and wHet a I Iound W pnlil In AUK 11X15onniy -
: but pellrR to bo doing his work. very thoro > glil. Mother und baby ilolnilcoly. ( M.IUHII fund . . tl.lw: III Muntlon tlio A voaATH whan wrltlu ;.
now no n HO nt the present time to 111'0,1,1'| "" HClllll l IllBt.No. |I. III lift
1'1111) 'lie house already on his place. ighly. .. 3, ,UII! t7

Mi Visbett, with the help of Mr. C"a Some miserable scamp stole JohugginH C. D. I'rovost wifo and Mm. Hrees. 11" "" "" "" "" :4:1., MM:1.1117; 08 ':.Ioao 0otitliuiwoiitiitMnillnKas : KitcliingIJoulor :
> nt work on Mr. Sanderson. nice double-b.iirel khot gun, left Friday, for Duytona, for an outin-/(. - Stanley
pi.;* enewIng the old part and puttln wbllo lie was away from home. !\II'. Provost returnod Monday. Mn''. :.I7! :' f :t In-
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ID 'rovost and her mother, will not return fullownoinity -
nuod shape.Mis A. Miller, the progressive/ Itocklodgnist
accompanied by his wife were for a wuek or HO. 1'hn.ltlln,1. . . .... S :2tU:' 74liurlal FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
11 ,
< lira V. Whiting who has spent < .... tux HchiHil .I....... No I. mi H4 ,
10 piui.wo winters here will this yea iltlnR M. C. Salmon and wife on TueRday. H. K. Hughes aud I wife left llIlId.LY 'A; ,i U)..BB, IJ.77IITotal : : Candle
a Jtu.lent at .stetson University le: for Miarpcn to attend the CtoldQnVed- cnitti on haml .. . .- 7711 lIB Is claimed ,to bn I Im Finest TmkUIHook Tobacco !Pipes, Fancy China
Drinks
ling of Mr. and Mrs. II. S.r Black. They Ta. I II i In tliw World. To nee It In. to buy and Temperance
IIII':1\ Xo doubt, she will ho III Another telephone wire Is being pnt IJHICII m r"II.IM .c.'a The following/ brands of cigars delivered
"lUuolo., for the Clulstmas vacation. lower end of the line. K K:. I'etu I ned Tuesday afternoon und repoi tIt It.
up on the all, Cash HulaniHn.C'ounty at *:J.U! :.!::> pur box of CO:
thework. t was a most enjoyable ilr. Thousands of thni In use rouglioul
Bennett doing
Mi A. A IJuck wife and son, Ashley, H.lllck and Leslie are ------ nutKMil rll"I- the North. /Itoii.l I testimonial fro III umboldt, Key West Hmokero, Premos,
Monday for a few days visit at :Sen > Iliil ra..h on Imml at limt. report 4 IIIlc..nolv.,1 .hose who u"n them.ThlsloadholdlnKbloik. C'remo Cuban as, I'obalskl.

ee.M with Mis. Buck's brother J. 41i :\Ils Ella Singleton one ot the leadIng White City. Tntal.In .Ain'. . luua. ..... ..... ..1':1/1400.I.IIIM8rI. ::| I" made In viirl.ous Flinch Cllrcl./iOc./ ; Hand ifndo: Palmetto

II i and wife after which Mr. JIuct ; Instructors of the county, has gonSebastUn < ..H. wnrrunt palil, la AUK laoB l 1a1II; III' 20 4MM uliapus ami Hl7.es, of WOOD IKUN: HiltH, V.)0.STlAKT .
J.1 'utuin his ilutics telegraplTUOI where she will teach thecomlnfl -'-
to us to ...litl tax HchiHil nut. No. 1fanli and imo.N/K. Will work equally well FLORIDA.
| I -
: ut Orniond.Sitiiuiay vear.ieo. K. J. Traynor will garden on the is. I with chain or wire ,
on hand at lam rnport ...$ 4I iiflItwnlveil rope rope.Will .. .
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evening John Mlot: shot attiat Oiogras' new 20! h. p. launch diiimnmr. .. land ti.U winter. la Aiig, I,x>II ... . 4" work at any height, upside down,
w is not common around She Iwiits other launch Mr. anil Mrs. Chrlstensen entertainei Total . .. .4T7"I4 lorlzontally or uc liny anjrlo iind will THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
very a any r...w.. warraui. 1'.11.. AUK| IIJIIII IIIMf: :.OS Mil lock , ,,
and at .
' re U thick few friends afternoon. top I any point.Invaluabla \
; has a white face of OD the river. It Is a bard task to Iletahead n. Hunday -
i* (feathers white breast necked i ith of In building a good bo.it.ilrs. B|"eUI Ux luhunl ItlMt. No. a- for every kind ,of business
a Joorge
There Is some talk of freo mi at mall r""Hli on ballet at lime rOIort.| .... 7iiI/IIJ( where block U needed
orown. b.. ck of heail" almost like aIhlll..n . Wm. K. Ilall and Mrs. C. W. WHIIfrcd silvery In White City and vicinity. KuLalvail AUK I,MIA) .. j, m 11Ift the labor. of frequently. sav- Brewing Asso's.Pamuns .
of thick brown and white feath"ill funds Kridaj Total .. .. . . . .... .. .. 7iv7 fA one man or more.XolblnK
some one be kind enough to weie soliciting/ on We are now hourly expecting thelulnoctlal Urn warrant* v..lliin. AiiKlj 8 :XM m 4.K 78 / like U I for hanulmr or stietch-
for the purchase of material for the Ic"cream I wires.\ St. nuls Kill K and lot-
VI oil
1.111 the name of Itt I storm to open In full fury.
social which will\ be held on thep"vllll"n All blocks lilted' with the Unions tied Hrrr.Bolil .
from 3 to 8 p. m Friday. T.. D. Jones will le.iv for Jennon In IItew (continued\ on page ,I.)
Are You rI1ed: : : ? weeks with bis family, to spend the \V AI.1'ON.VI)Ij'roN' UOLMCU IiK.llll.SO.Address : by Meinn. V. A. Io"ley and
:iesdames C. Ii. Magiuder II. 1C. Co-
:ul.llp.1 I>flo1>l" _hould re\nember. Vf'rt and M. C. balnion went to City 1't I Inter there. all communications to the R. L. MutlnwTltu vllleria.
1.al I Our boyn have the llnest ball eronmlx' rine 1'roperty For Siilo. It. .,.
after u"Irrl"lCe (IUarrel8 can II"Mt Friday to procure some of Mr. Ilea'dry'a By Mr Mutluw.Cocok, I'la.
.. 110"Iecl keepln and will ; now that can be found In thd county
by their dl/tl..tlon/ strawberry plants tryIh"lr
11 ::;"'.11.':onlItlon "I*.II tlectrlo: JlittlJrll. luck growing them. They willtlllt" and are anxious to UIM!' it. Walton Self-Locking Block Co, JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.
. .\ f; had done the workoUl'llelf. : Two nice oiHtwgeM ", 4ljlnlii( each ,
If
lrown'? "t Ilennetisvllle: as good as we Miss Clar* :.Soxaard. c.itne out from

''YR 'Fur ,eare. my wife suffered In"s'y __ _ __ ___ Fort )1'lerce Saturday to .ee her Diimeris other lo North Tltiisvllle, with an acre! ([n'mrlu'fntl'lll.| ) Sole Distributors
, '"." '. from dyspepsia complicated friends. and enj, .ID I Atlnntlo' Ave.. ,
I .
, torpid liver until she lost bel'rentb .\ Cold Settled In UN Kidneys.!> inday. 1.lnll. aiiltablo for truck farm flood :NTe.ir 't.we'" VVU' rf Klevated! .Station.ItOS'JO.V .

of anil her vigor former and became self. Then a merll're she A. J, Jeuneiu.ee 0201 I Uutlrr St., Chic- I Ton Club has their committee appoint' river front. The larger cottage II.M three : MAMM.OWNE1W !: 010 to ttaoAVe.t: Bay Street

.1 J Eles rlo Bittern, which helped her 1101(0. writes: "I am alswltchmao and am I ed for the next entertainment and allsoon ilecplnit room and a servant'.S room up : OK 1HK: ilHLKDUATKU: : JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

">ce. and finally made her entirely out In all kinds of weather. I took a coldwblch their as new the hall.H-or can be laid will warm italrs; and l a parlor sitting room dining --.- --.--_._- --
:>he l healthy." settled In my kidneys and I was Innape.
and
now strong I Iba,1 WALTON.Y1HTOH ROLLER BEARISG.
le,1' Cross Pharmacy sell and guards I tried several advertised i Mr. Prince has rented the Jennln (s room and kitchen below. The adjoinnjt UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
. them remedies with no "benefit until I was the Island [, ( cottage ha two sleeping rooms andMirvant' Sample Illocks be lie
at .Too a bottle. farn. on opposite Fort Ierce.and can 80fln nt ( Al)-
recommen.l"d to Kolej's Kidney Cure.vthlrdnof i room In cocond story, and OF) MEDICINE.lur ?:J1 t ?
try will leave fur that place In about 'oo ATK office. ItiiMvllle.; At the store of .
a bottle cured me. Sold two weeks to begin the winter work.E. littlng room, dining room ami kitchen H. IJ. Habhurd! A I',., Jacksonville and
CIt> ; .... DISTiTiiiC.n'
Tboroub In
al1ll1g and ITenslntr.work *>low. Large, brick clsrernit to Ijoth en. MEDICIU. IURour,
by led Cross Pharmacy, Tltnsvllle.I I I Ja... I'rlichard A rfon'n store "UlAl'IU
P. has Tltusvllle lb. I .1"" DUTlI'IT.n''"AAMAC'.
Frlpp bought out the Iavi.meat bon""II. Adapted for a nice winter
1'14.I Call and tbesa blocks .. .
seu working Hillt.imply L.bo..II... H'JOPllal a"' DlopeAl.
AI! done np.to.datv. Call and I market at .fansen. und ha* taken I born". II., .,ul".. ..., .uee..1 ...cblnl.
: e. ADdre.. f'riblW'ln. at the Parlor ', ALL KINDS: OF JOB PRINTING charll'V" all wish him succces*. '' Apply to Jieo. )f. Kouui: ......" .uh.i.... Hlh n.or4 "b tar. Ii. ........
. r r Shop. on Washloacton aV<<'Due. remember the ADVOCATE office. tbon"b we renret/ to have him leave 0... Tltnnvllle, Fla JOn PKINTIN'O: done at thl. ofllce. 'or III\. r..., ... ....1... 'Mt" "IOCTOIIt


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1.' EAST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPIEMIiER 10. 1905.

:i'4 p _6_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ -'- - - - -
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fl L 3 ;' (f. the adoption, of thoroughly moderr : Florida East Coast Railsvay

I To Raise Oranges at a Profit method of tlllutfe throughout the John 0 .

t 4 look to your fertilizer. To produce lionI'IIMII\ ri'Klon. It niuy.. become fi-v the prac Time Card No. 62. In Effect
satisfactory results, it must contain tlonble to utilize this gram pro Local pril17..I9ij j
.1.
) ;
I ol actualPotash durtlon of hay without serious" Inter -
F I nut less than 10 per cent.
fercni'i with the riiltluitlon of otlieierops. UTH-8 .uND-REAO DOWN. NORTH.BOUNr hr ',

It T Tiill i plowing, treatment with a I

Iti.di root .1I1t;.:"!' or ;pcrhnpM with u hearjspike No. 99 No. 19 STATIONS No.78. No si
F tooth hiirniw combined with oall"Dally.! Dally. I Oal'',

: The Potash for is more or Irm liuiul pulling the next season ii to i j;\ D .Oa Lv __..JaekMmvthIe.... .......... Ar "1-1--;;; "
; 1 value of oranges stand of II nip U 68& __80. Jack ..unvlll............ L. 6 r.J I . '.
1i :in established fact Our pamphlet will ri-ihirc the grass 110 1113 p 1G n a .. __ 8e. AuCitiue! ............. .. 0 roo 1 7 >
on orange'growing contains authoritative thnt It will 1 ho Mineral years before It 6 Oot P 11 32a .. _.........Hn..tltljf........_.._ .. 4 or, I' {'
:t .4,, 'i t information will iigiilii; ...-.1.101181.Intl'l.r"I'. with the 'l 00/\ .. __..........K.....' P..I..Lk............... .i 5 3i I' _" ._ 1\

1 -it i Is free upon ruliillini l of ctiltlvnted crops. Tile -'l 31i I' n-I5 p Ar ..._....._..Ptlllt.k/\ .................. Lv lOp ,; .
t, S ............ ..... ,
: request. l.ilid c-iiu then bt iilloi to go back U e') -1-tI4I.lt25a LY ......_. .Pfttaikn Ar _5001 I>I..

_* Johnson "griits" for two or three years C\ 8 Ji P>\ :I 00 I' Ar ................ San M'1\.0......._..... Lv 2iO I ) ....
,7 /J for tin- purpose' of liny production, thus ".0' _2 10 P 8 00 a LY ................ San .I..too_ ......._........ Ar 8 2:1: J -7-- "C'"

ail.ipilng It to u rutatlQii' of five or aIyo.rs. J : po...> 'l M I' i-i-;;; LY ....._....._....Neoga.................... LY. Stlp ...
.. ........_.__ 8 '
would d; S 03 i I' 12 47 P ..._._*-..Ih-.otwJll. HI' ;;
The writer, however not 81'') I' I'J tIC P .' ..................JJupunt.........__.. .. 8.17 J ....
'idvlso tiny fnrincr to MOW Johnson 0.. II" II 1 25 P "' ..._..._..Ormont1 ....._..._ 8 10))' ,
GERMAN KALI R \:11': 1 all p .. .._......... D I\'ton........._...._.. 8 Ooj J'' . ... "
WORKSNew gt'.1m45 on mil that U free from It until Q\ lIull'( I 1 lp ., ...............l'ort Ornngo...._._... 2601" "-
York more I Ii Known about method ol'Uitlriitlnq II) \\I 26 I' :I 16 P Ar ..............N..w SmyrnA............... 280 is I_,.slo.i. .;.J,.Jt

93 N."ou St., It. It I 1M very unfortunate : ; -II Up Ar _._......_..LsEeIJ&sn.- .............. LY n 45 II '.
that a Knii": that will produce three :; 10 8A.. 8 M P .. .....,..........oranl 'mliv ......_...... 12 1151' .,
.. ...... 1:1: 80( ;, I
10 U a 00 p .......Orooge OiLy .1110..1<100. I'
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good crops of buy In an ordinary season L.. -- 0

: : should be so hard to control as to L- -II 8' II --T: ; LT _.......N...' Smyrn....._.._ L... 2)0 4l000p '
:l sip .. ......_.........0.... 1111I...._...__ 1 &. PI .,
'f'nllar It n very serious peKt.-'V. O. C 10 a V 3 nip Ar .................1.I\u..vlllo.,......_._. ., .110 p, .1 !IIO

--- =- -- _. Fpll hllll 11 . Tri-Weekly Sailings . -II 00 a.-............ Ar..._............ -, ...:.__......... LY 10 011 alt'- <:)
........." 10 00" LY ...._..._.......la..tor" ......_...._. Ar .......... ::

: 4. CANADIAN FIELD. PEAS. To Cure a Cold In One Day JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK .tI..). 1089- ; aop x.. _......._ Tltas..m".__. L. 1 lOp -I "'

-. Take LAXATIVE DUOMO QnviNK Tab. BETWEEN 11 151. 4 Clip .. .........COCOI\......_...._ ... 1284p .,
! J4>pnlar Crop In ( .ndo-Ir... Cn.tl.: lots. DriiKRUtn refund limo money If It U II :22 p 4 13 II .. __. ._ Rock "'.111<'..__. ... l 12 80 1 I' J I :IIt

:Ab'$ j 1 : IlnrIsig.. Falls to cure. KV.: (liove's signature/ Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) SU: ..MI'45 P .... ._.___._....&I"IOOurn"Knit 0..111<...._.,____.. .. 11 11..1L CII 11"I I _-.
b.
By THOMAS BIIAW7bn In each box. 2c.: Ked Cross Pharmacy 11206& ...._ 11 (u. aV .d
: -t__. -aba.iinui :
081
.iY.; term ('I1II1, lllll llfld\ (jicus or, nift : ___ ___h___ The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service .C_ 1 line\ 6 20 P P .___-...__..tt. Ln,.1......._..__ .... 10 liat '
i,. 1 ems a 6' P .. .__..._..I'ort 1'1..rco...__...._. 101''& it 11 Pd
h ; : ill moM- loiiinionly c.\ireH.sMl| "Can ; HANDLING COWPEAS. Co :l 18.. 1 118 P .. __._......'JI: bb&1"I 811 IL I Iu II IQII
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ( a 'l 121' .. ____... de n ..._.... _........ .. \\I 'JI III\ 1 1
p.I, $jI ii ada llclil iit'iiH, IKi. nnymnltlntc: In .fuly Direct bojvlce Between .. .................. .. II 11 .. 11 I
Jatltmlo In this ('011 II U'J'. Ask: u pc>u :2 8\1. 'l 28p _._._.........5turi .. ::
L I'lnn In l... and all Eastern Points a OM a '1 SG P _...__.. Uob.onnd ....._....... 4 I "
.4: grower In t the United. Stilton us! to tho The making! ot cowei: tiny calls for Jacksonville, Boston, Providence .4-i 3 :lila 8 14p .. __......We.e Ju pu..r............... ; ha 4415" I ,I Ie.i Ig c.

.. variety of m-oil wlilrh lie lIowf'l, nnditho some judgment and Hklll. Cowpeas (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) : 8 S hip isp :: ::=.We.t.I1oynton Palm Beach........::::::::: :: 7 : .S

:r almost lnviirlnl iniHwor Riven U, donicwliut slowly. and If not properly [ 8EMI-WKKKI.Y 8AIL1NH8: '-(=5 4 42 a II 28 P .. ,_..._........... D.hr.my........_.._.._.. ".. III II I .7S
.. j. cure .... ... .. . . . ... . . . .. ... ... . ..... .from Iewl( Wharf, Boston Sift 10 tP .. _.......Pt.La'idirIaio._........... G 1"n'
hound.. .. .... . ... ..
i1 m P .. ; i. jJ "I sowed Ciintida jioim.' [of hat mnymean handled The following the! loaves outline will scatter of time Northbound loiltll .. .. .. . . .... . .. .. .... . . ... .. from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville CO 0 011'>810 110 alp 41p .". ___._..._...........ilnhmaiudnlo.... D..nln ..................................... .. g "ICA" : I

I : that lie 1(1'1'IIIIJ' ono neatly largely. 6 2' a 11 o'l II _.......... Lomnot7) ..._...... .. U u 7 '
''l ;tti! A liumlri'J viirli.'tU'H. A common type process from the Mississippi. station Clyde St. Johns River Line. 8 a3a 11 "p Ar. __....._ ........._Mlum I.................... L. h2a .7-1 -, -
will be found Useful hatvextlng cowpeas -
..of the C'tinndliin field pea In shown ;;r7- I I'' ,'
.
for hay: The cutting Is done (PeBary: Line.) Eu. to HOMESTEAD CXTCPSaIONSun. : I '
th first
In cut.
4 <'
when time crop Is fully mature, which BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE ANI SANFORD. I

.t ; i; .. :The pen crop 'N one- of the most Im- Is about the thuu the pods begin to Stopping at Palatka.. Astor, St. Francis Heresforil (leLamlt) and intermediate landIngs 8 .11 a.......... L. ....... ......... .11111.00& \.... ....._.......... ........
.1J : j. t i portent In t'niuul'i! In Htrlklnx ron- ripen nnil tho foliage beglim to change on the 8t.John's Ulver. S ............ Ar ...... ..........Uonn'.d......_........ Lv..IC. .. I

_fl P hf _ _ _ _ _ _ color. The mowing mac-Line blade U STEAMERS 'CITY OV JTACKSONV1IAA1": "
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kept sharp and run us closi, to theground I* appointed, to Rail .a* follow: Leave JackHoiivllle Hal-iiriliiyn Tnomluva anil 'riuir ilay ..23 10." 21'PSo. I' No. 17 No. IS I No. 18 J I '. .. II
I. leave Suufiiril, Moiiilion, Wuiliit, "nuiiil Sunday. Sunday Daily MaVI'ORT BI'IAI'IH. S'da' 'u dll 0.11.Eat. ,
tt'' at 3:30 ui. Ueturnlnic DIIv Sunday
: \ as prmslbli'I If I the penn are In p. Ki.Idiiyn ut UuHi a. m. _.. Only Only.. Only. E. Sun. Daily. ,\ h s..

) I-OUH the cutting can be done much So"th-IInll".1 HCHEIIUI.".. North-Bound lIe'\l1 "'S OOj.. 6 :i3j2ii; PI 9 34) a C 00 ft IY .........JaeksnnvhPhe. ....._.. Ar "S;"'59 a ,mi OtS ." iiij;
_J ,4 ; t ? leaner nnd bet> ter with u very sharp Itea'i down -_ _ _ "I' OR 6 III :2 OM II a8.a II 08 ftAr' Jack.iiI1........ Lv R i2 1\ 11 5. I"ItI
; ; and nt little additional coit.Carlnir 3i1jj':' i ...... ....... .......J."kHnnvllle. ... . ... ... ... .... .\rrlVo-Y-oij( a. iLi.reave ,iih I'I' I 1 4 1 I I'1.0 I' 10 10 . ..Pablo :t..b......... .. \ T OIl nlll )1' 4 Sma
.' iJ& r.- :- : hoe very L.eave3 .... .... ...... .........al..tkl\ . . . . .. .. .. . . ... . I.el\vo seo p. ni.L.eav U 12\11'\ :I' p \0 .I" 9111\1'. .......-"tI..ntlo n..Beb....... ,. T situ_ II I. ISp
nnd Siorlniv. ( 3 S"00 ims p.lI1.a. 111. ...... .. ...... ...... .. . .. . A.tnr . .. . .. . .. .. .. . l..av. '3 3C p. 111. 0.1 I'I'' T 43 l' a 01' I' 10 all fIII ............ a.f..rt ............ I a II II 1\ .O.k, I u '1.,
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. ..... ... ... ... .. ..Leave :lOOI..mIAlave --
... .. . ... .. .. . -rnn..l"
tI"r I"I good! us U usually Leave 430a.m.. --
If the well u..LaIlI . .. . . . ... ..... .I..avo. 1 .I v. 111.
)
.. . . .. ... . . ..llor..lor" (
I, tho CIIHC when the crop Is remfo" In ArrIve R 30 a. 111..... .. . .. .. .. .... .. .... ...81\nrorol .. . . .. . . .... . .....Leave \hi ao a. m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEA Sfl'P CONNECTIONS AT MIA..;!,
44 August or September generally, the Arrive 10lIOa.: 111... .. .. . . .. . . .. .. . ... .Eot..rl'rl...... . .. ... ... . .. .. .. 101M( ) a. 111. --

vines are raked up tho Maine or the CJenM Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. --
of Close Connection Made at Miami with SteamsblolJ or the P. Ii: O. S. S ComplRj r.r
Into cockt
following day and put . .
Went KaT St.,Jacksonville, Fla.V. 4
lai:
P. M. IHONMOVOEIl. J"., Aunt ( eim. Pan Act. -
. the .ol/.e; that two men can handle with ( n. COOriSK Jr., Local Vrt.At.| Jackminvllle <). P. LOVKI.L\ Superintendent Jacksonville. HAVANA .AND tEY'JES! : .
In St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
left foot Hoican
are
when cured. They
fork
a Sew York.
Frt.
O.HGKRT7. Oen'l 1 Kasfn Vans. Awt.; New York CI.YIIE ILXB:, Oen.WI Ant.!: ---
the cocks for four or five days, being I. : General Maaaxnr.; I>1. F OUYI>K CO., ( eneCbesebrouKl Agents. ,.
F , . turned over once or twice during the T1IKO. U. KOKK.. ; > HulldliiK.; 19 State St., Opposite. Battery Park New York. Thnse Time Tableui ahow the times which trl\lr.'t. may Chic"meep..ctoii ii,nps ..t".1 tn arrive I. t. //II ",..1"
j front the.v..r..1 .tatl..m. bnUb..lr .rrl..1 or 1I..1'.r..1 .
m. tIme, then hauled. to the barn or Htnclc. C. II. WAL.TOV. Agent Tlttisvllle.! 'Ia. . nor I. Ciui. Company be held responsible. ror..1'. deiaisor any eona.4unlumos. ...1,"' ..
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In case they are put lu a stack n g,od -----.--- -..- - - - ---- --

cO'I1'hlof\ grass hay U necessary In For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CAltD or Other Information
IH ; order to shed the water The sides! of "
AGENT.
"SEE THE TICKET
the stack nhould be built straight up Atlantic Coast Line R'y.

p to; 'presentvater trailing the outside J. 'tt. RAHNER. A st. Qen'l Fa**. Act.. ST. AUQUSTINK


hay Tutting In cock U desirable" because' Coach Excursion ticketson Effective June 3, 1V>0.;>. The schedule figures for the Mayport Bra I and I

tL the hay U then cured, by the clrcubl.lon The Great Through; Car Line from Florida. In =November.TO homestead Extension, as shown on above time-table, has been changed. luumonil
lll ThurHdayg
Hale 'l'uc acrvln
.. of air through/ It and not lu the ysan rains being put Into sei vice between Jacksonville and Mayport, and tin

.i : h. direct sunlight./ Any hay i Ii better TIIH KAST. between Miami and Homestead being! reduced to one train a day each way citing |

.! j CANADIAN rr.LI'' 1EA. when cured In the shade. If the Over its own tails to SavanualiCharlestou.Rlchrnoud and Washington, thence Miami 8 a. m., and returning leave Homestead I p. m., arriving Miami s np)\ m.

traat: with tlio iniiKultudi of the i pea> 1 U weather U damp or rainy the hay U via the Pennsylvania Kailroad. For correct schedule see any Agent of the }<'. E. C. Ily., or for pocket 'I lie)
m1
not raked at all till (cured when It H
; lit Imlgultlc'imfo In our own country. ard address the A. G. P. A.Southern.

.., ,,, tI4iI Great udMUicoH however, have been curried directly to the place where Its TO TIlE AViST.: . . . .
I . _. _
to be I stored.t\ i It continues' to rain The Mobile & Ohio B. R. -- --- --- -
..1 F' rondo during: n'oent "'( lIr'', In growing The LouUvlllo & Nashville, Montgomery.
_ _ 4q pens In i1IeIiigait, WHconnlu nnd, Montana for' several days nfter cutting do not

I )m and otlicr mountain states.nnndlau ouch\ the buy till ready to put up ami TO THK EAST VIA STKA3ISIIII: Railway

- . .. NLt tf'l'L1pt'lIISO poaii" largely hen be sure It U diy when packedaway. Via Savannah and Ocean SteamshIp Company for Now York, Phlladelclht.l, Bbs

.. II. iii 4 ; .t for cuttle, nlso na food for dairy cows, This I It! a precaution that must ton. VI.. Norfolk Steamer to Now York, Washington and llaltimore. Via Savanmdi -
3 I kind of buy for Italti-
:. ? toe swine aud ntt ration for ewes and bu observed In storing any and Merchants' and MlnerM' 'l'ransporttnlon Company EFFECTiVE: MAY 9*, 1OO5.
tt : r'4 'lambs. The straw when well cured UrellsUtvl -do not put up when even molit with more and rblladelpkia. .
.1 % l. borne cattle and shell, dew or It will mold. The crop may Two Aestllmle TraIns hast.: No.34 |I No. 20 NORTH AM) WES..v :
tr' by -- -it
not take kindly to sometimes. be lost In ft protracted. wet TO KKY WEST! ANI HAVANA. .ll\ek..o"\IIo.\ .-::.-:-:-: :-. TtyI\ 1017 II.. J.v Jacksonville i9v .
I I .h F though they niuy but generally bo saved In .h..I1... ... . . .. . . . . .. .. It 4111\( 10 top Lv .lesup U...... . . . in
..rf' tlI it at tlrnt., spf.lI. cnn Vl.v I'pntnHiilar & Occidental Sfeamihlp. Company. Lv t\.vall..h. .. .. . . .. . . " 12111'( 121nlrjlleoJ.Ua.. ... . ,.
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Imrvo tod rather under such condition m to make very "0011tot'n .------- Ar !'ohnuhla .. . . .. . .4 .. II I fIsh' 111'( ")'a ArAtlallta.la' . . *
- : J 't!' I Ton straw !( for all Points Ar ('hRrlotto .." . . .. .. .", to1': II lira Ar !itnuuue 01\.. . . <:!
I :. p ripe than overripe and properly curedwill 11'; Connection Made Jacksonville Ar ronnhioru .... . .. . . " .11:111: ii: Sip Arllalt..n.lla... . . atil
bo eaten readily, but when allowed Ar 1..111. .. . .. .. .... .. \1 21a 21uI' (2huattauuoogn.; 'fenn S" "
.4 1 i reecho* nrawlnif.I ii
C4)fltlfloOhI y
h tj ;" to /get dead rlpo lire Htoelc I will of one living near me llIJ.IH '('I C I{( TS. Ar:ihkminohi.I.,4!!!! :: . iifJ2l! ,. 1 r, : ; '. : . '
know Home .. ... ... .. 4 345 4 201', .. III I Ir I . ..
I 4w;: eat little of It. who has grow twenty-nine crop! of Interchangeable mlloage; tickets Rood over UUOO: ( mlle of among: the pilncl- A Ar J.ynohhnrlt(.hllrl..tto..l\1o.) \ .. . . .. .. II isa II I limp I,v '(-;.110 I'huh'tl. U \-
the was Hale tlio principal agents. .. .. . .. .. .. 0 nlllI (1I/If'I'/ Ar hmcaizo.l. ... :. I IA
I Until reoeut years pen crop round potatoes In twenty-nine, iwneculive pal 1 rallroada In the southern states, are on by Ar Baltimore WIIKhlnlton!: .... . .... .. .. tI 3a.i 11 21\1' I.v Inelllllatl.- 0. .. . . I I ia
I Jinrventeil with the aoytho or with the years on the name piece of ground; For reservations Information: apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, ArW..tl."la..ell.hl"r . . . . .. I 4r.p \131' .Ar Chmleuuo! ill.. . .. -. '
) old fashioned' revolting hayrnke. The STARK Trav. [' Agt. r XcwYurk '! : iuiiiatFW; ::: : 1 ..
; $ ; and all the fertilizer of any kind that FRANK C. HOYLSTOV:' Hist. rasa. Act. \V 1). .LKS. . .. ... M
; 1; I ti J t first method N slow; the second! sheila lnm been put on was simply stable HIS: "'cst flay St., Astor BuiUUncr, JACK OSVHr.E. FLA.II. .-o. it4.ow york an.1 Flnr"l. t:upro.s." -I.v Ar-((:hICRlto.lll..Ituhumimati- __, I-)_- .-. . .--. I"1 IIi/J4TIIIIII'"n'
!
... p' 1L 4 out many of the peas und so covers manure. I know Unit to be a fact andI M. EMEU&ON': Trartlo Manager. W. J. CUAIO, leu'l. 1'ass. Aient.VVILMINOTON ; "ally 1'"lhnall IlrRwlnft Itoom' Slu'8phlg Car l'ort .Ar'Tnl..I". U .. .. . . ) "
J C the vines with poll in to wilder Uio effect. N. c. '' J.wko""vllle to l'o..w York. .A..Iletr"lt..) I _. _
J..t : I can produce\ nlHiliults( to thnt .. "I..r"IR LllnltnI." ---- I
Xo.311-"Wl\Mhh'lton! and . .. I .
PrActicallY! unfit for use. Ity tho : J.vf ...elnnatln. . ..
b.I fl .. ; straw When he dug! tht last crop IV II'I there, ORllv 1'lIlIman, IIrawlnlf Uoom, Sleeplllg Car. 'itt.burg, I 1'it. ". ,.
'..
the ij! :.:.:. '"
f ,ic aid of n pea harvester crop may and the crop WHS a marvel. The .J..cI_Honvlllo__ to Now York._ _ _ _ _- l.vl..l1uII\tTO.. . . . I I ...
; I.$ bo harvested sriPedlly and In excellent ]B<> JR.I> ---- 0 . .
: : & r el..olnl\.l.
I 'h condition on level soils. It Is simplyan ground wai figuratively; speaking, covered E1 JE Thrlllljb_"TilE LAND OF TilE SKynl I No. 30 Iv Lea.in.tun. I\y .,u u.vjiekqou.vuhlo It.

attachment to nil ordinary field l with elegant J'otutot'A.-I'r"Hhlpnt .- -. CIa.. .. . ... ..-.So.;-fly- -1 Mol' .Ar L.uivihlu liy. . . .
I . : i 1 of the Skllhnan of New" Jersey Horticultural AIR LINE RAILWAY. I.V Savatmnuthi 11..... .. ..... .. .. . . .. .. 12 I i5&u. AI' St. Louis lii.,. .. ,+<
In second .
.mower in shown Klg. ... . . .. :
; I Society.H' tcIuiiul.lmi.S..C. . .. (11001 I < r ...lo Ii'1'"
j -'I cut. Ar Aoh..vlll. .'.. 0. .. . .. . .. .. .. t Cop Ar Blr..lngha1l1.. Ala 4.'
: . the .. 1 f ArllotSltrlng'X, C. ... .. . . . . 2a'I' Ar Meiujhuus' lenn . .. . I .
'i I j The gunrd. In front lift up poo FOU- Arlin"'tvllle.'fe..... . . . ... .. . 8m", Ar li..aMl'lt. ).. 3!.).
that tho Unlfp cut them cleanly. .. . . . . .. .. . 14II/
o can : PIN ES RICHMOND "" :: : !" ;\I m'.hl..T.mn---:: : . "
p.. ; Time cut pens fill: behind tho mower a Cow gave : SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA' CAMDEN, bOUTItKUN nrl"t." ..."IM. . . .... . . ::.; .. ;: 4/\t'1'/ II"tt!..rln It. Ark ..
.
I PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, Ar CincinnatI. 0 .. . . .. . .. .. ( .&C 8 I Ilium 1'", I IXo.
la n Htrlnxllke row or swath and two WA l1IXO'l'ONL'1'DIOHE.. FIorfdmiLhiluIt. .
1 ' 1 ri men with forks bunch them nnd lay O-IIt\lIy PnUman lIrawlnll Room amI n ::1i, 1 : :: :: ..
Cur between J.mckoimvihhu and : J..k8'.I I"I
\\LHP them nslde, out of the way of thl''IOrllf'lI. Buttermankind ::: j' I11I1f! 1111<11 tll'IIII'j( tarH, .
Trains . n.
t of . Two Elegant Daily Xo. 13-1".1101. Jlrllwlnlf \,. '
and a ,
i Three men span h..tw..n JR'k"n..vll.! IIlrmll
.; '
: St 110rllell may thus harvest: ten acres: In 'r"l1..nt"' IHIlIt'Jf Car. Service Kao.lIs Clt)' Ro.1 COlorall flr,1
tmi Seaboard Mail. _
L ,. 1 ; would have to Seaboard Express ,

1Mk > AKHIVAI.S AT JACKSOXVlttK.
Milk Is Na-
Invent milk.
k p4q Ftt From New York Washington etc-Xo.20: Washington. anil Florida. Llmiti.
ture's emulsion butter MODERN PULLMAN }:QUIP IENT. From New York ".....blngtoo. etc. -No.SJ.: "AVanhinRton and Florida Expre

it. $ put in shape for diges- Daily Through/ Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. Froin Cincinnati Asbevllle, etc-Xo 211, "WanhmKton anil Florida Llmttoil
j ONLY LINE Operating ..
From Chicago, Cincinnati, Atlanta eto.-No-. 14. "Florlila Limited"J.
tion. Cod liver oil is extremely -
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ji ? .l_ nourishing, butit For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent CJ. :x.5tri: : : :., I)\lst. Pass Agt.,

4 -- :Seaboard or writeA. JacksonviS.
I r..2 : has to be emulsified 108 West Bay St., .

i4 : ...."... before we can digest it. O. MxcDON'ELL t. ( en. ['111111. Agt. is:i. C. DOVI.bTON, 1'IIs.jtt.. "
,..- FLOUIDAFOLEY'S II. IIIRDVVICK, r.T. M.: Wl\llblnlttnn.D.C. W. It. TA\LOE. O. I1 A. "
JACKSONVILLE. 11ROUK3 :.MURKAN> A. O. r. A.. Atlanta. (IA.

. 11 18 1'EA IIA1IVC8TERS. Scott's Emulsioncombines I. -. .. .
J . 1 n day TliU: nttachnicut.for hnrvest- 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE I

_ _ : log pens Ii made In Canada and thotonow I

I la uso In the west hare all beenImported. the best oil

On rear cut mowers a platform with the valuable hypo- I


m., I 1. I t With. 2.N this MOlnl't1I1W"I'INI.attachment! one. n!!uum shown walks luriis. I \'rl.uhosphites: :;y to digest so and that does it is KIDNEY CURE ) l ::44Tj S Visiting Cards and Invitations


and with folk throw"* thejieas :1. good than the MARKS
: IjeUlml a r more Will euro any caso of Kidney :; ftfV TRaDE
elY In ImnruoM Hut the platform could. That f\ DESIGNS
il l alone or Bladder cliseasa that is not; COPYRIGHTS Ac.
4 Jitt doubtful advautiiKO unions: the .. If ** *''* "i,d dmwrtntlnn( ni.,
!
nnkes Scott's Emulsion tho reach of medicine. ft."n.5 ft ft I *
4 : beyond .. .
crop N ",'('nl>' rli"i ued, not too heavy H itt>.Uy a.t ' it 1I' "ir 04 'fl. :u frvn whether: tin .
,:vunhl *n Ia "r' !h t / fmin iMo! Comtnnnl
: Mainline weeds ol'strotut tho most strengthening, GIVEN: UP TO DIC.B. : .
and from '
4 I tree : kl mnnrrititW( ) e"tin) HAKU3QOK on I'nieiiUtiiit
.. : 'msi I hilt : Spteirel. 1204 N. Virginia St., Evansville fr**. 4 *t eu..y f Ttt.urintf puleittJt.l -rniXTEU AT-
i growth.Vhere the laud I :nourishing food medicine Ind., writes i'"For....' four year I wa troubled t.nti) tntci. t thr: ;ZiI'; h Munii Jk Co, rs.-elv.
4'I! been' plowed, In rl.I,:,.,. with furrow with a kidney and bladder affection. toil flesh" ppu'(41M5k'. without" chnn/o. In tl>.
In the world. unable work. Th..h'.t"I&.D..ailed
and wae
more or l.itlCC\> l>etwei>n them the to help me and I wa .. Foley ScicnHfic Jlm rican.A
: .
:: :::8f.Oa'.tg\
,. the tint
workln of the inachlnp will be seriously j Kidney Cora waft
r *: Send for free sample. great relief and after taking theecuad hnnil'mmol! lllntnt.t.t weeklv. J......., elrmlailon -
brittle
luterferwl with. I rave tr:1 I cared." of j.-ientlflo .. lermi. 11 a
entirely trt
was : I 8oia n:1i TiewKliMilen.MUNN OFFICE
SCOTT & BOWNE Chemists rrnrfour n IU

4 ,$, I .full 11011, f.rnut; ".1"". : 4O0-4I Pearl Street New York Two Sizes 50 Cents and 91.00 & CO.30tBroad.I'. New York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING

Red Cross Plinriiinoy. U."b 4Jhre. r W..b'n/lun.' Ii. ...
and $ I OO. All druggists:
? It !i tlu' M-rlter1 belief, that, with 6Oo.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 15. 1903-

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JACKSONVILLE. THE TEA PLANT.A THE BLUE ASTER. rrEE: ...6..LTOSELFLOCKING T __

!!.*'Injr Sono l(.nni.btunr. It. .\anre Hlwom. Are 'nl.h'nIl8.
Shrub
ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay ACKSONVILLEtFLA. to the ('......n.... the I'oiinlu' Koncr.futil .
aso! tlbeautiful "
Probably few people have OilY deli three or four years

located. Just built and nlte Idea of tuo\ appearance! of the plant : turn lloweml aster tStnkesiacemeill In ; few
American plan. Centrally opened with the leaveof which when dried. : althoush lulvertlned a

this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water we brew the cup Unit cheers. Tho tea (Mi.ilosuos: '' < mold known to n few KpeclnlIst \ -
of which a specimen, of foliage -. In hardy,' pl.uit! win scarcelyknown
Baths. Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf: or depot. All plant und blossoms, Is shown In the cut U auevergreen I to the general Kardouhi' public

-eot cars pans the door. Hates ,t2.:! <. to "$J.0: per day. shrub, having/ some resemblance the reason I belntf, that It tiny lovliu Kenerull.vconced.Hl : plant\
g found on tho Barbary to bi a swamp 1
the myrtle
S.rs. A. WALKER, Proprietor. coast to and especially to the cut on ii.-eouut of Its native habitat. It U I

I -- --- luellhi/ of tho variety SI-HIMVUUI. T
The loaf of the ten plant! Is i acute almost [
ie New Travelers Hotel, JACKSONVILLE: Ff.On ,.\. la 1\<'1'1>111"...1. finely doututod. with col ,=; 1(" T' ...6..CKLEELOCK 1
surface und a deep green
: t.7/
n glossy
the American and Kuropeau: Phm- and grouped :
I nder now niiiuagoment./ Xewlv turnitilioil, and lenovated. A pleasant or. Tinilowers are white
i.imily, home HliIOKmerlcnn Plan ,tJ.K:! and $2 :50; European, .>i>cU .. Iu '
and up. All cars form Union Station atop at the door.II. fr/}!

W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. i :: : :-

IT i beautifully\ located Ilivemtde Hotel at Green Cove Spilnga. Is under thelew -
same. Dlanljtl'lUen: ; "
j2"W:

Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLK, KLOUIUA. /.. '

e ID East Forsyth Street., )1fP


Center of City ; cool, airy looms; llrst-clantt lu all appointments. The bust and Invention as It saves tlmo, money and labor. It will

:*J to t2.;;0 American plan house In the city. Open all the year. European Is a now great niiglo. It Is impossible for the rope
0.1, / work horl/.ontully: upsldo( \ down or at imv,
plan, $1 per day one poison. F'l'ee bus from trains and steamships, Near nttnchmont Is lined In this do
I Mhon locked, and no lover or rtteiropo
all oar lines. Special weekly rates C. C. SMITH, Prop. \ 1 to slip loner and lock the load, and It Is lrnposHible -
to hoist
vice Them la only one rope
for the rope to Jam or chafe. and thoro Is nothing to got; out of ordoT
H K A j j it K i/; i:, PJ.olnn.\. t
In thin oilglnnl tucklo block.
----- May bo noon at James) Piltchanl 1 iv :hiin'n or it. the, AtivooATH otlice Tltiisvlllo


ON AIR CABIN A t''1 ., ..M I . .. .. v

1'tr HI.Ndt.U: 1ILOOM 01' BfOKHHlA. ('YASJtle..I.I".1 :,\. ,

,by botanist us being a native
OCEAN BOULEVARD, 8I AunEEZ" FLA.
I'fcANT. I barrens In :South' I'arollu.i -
TUB TPA ..I' wet (pine
One block from the Ocean and Claieudon. Large airy\
throe or four to the nail and adjoining"; Rtnte.s.In .
of
Rooms. Good Table. Reasonable: Hates by the Day, of bunches the l leaven. 'Thi sopaU arc live or ,sixIn recent trials It has mioopodod on ? t

i Week or Month. Dinner flOe,( ; Breakfast or Toa JlOe. number, till! petals live to nine, tho 111)1! but well enriched sandy soil,
S. s. JONES!" I'roprtetor. stamen! of nn Imlotlnlto nuinlior.An where HUiiuner rains were freqiu-iit,
.. and M.ick, In molHter xltuatloiiH, ..1.V. .
--
-- ---- ---- -- ------ --- to dUtlnctlonof Itl..n 11|li\Mvrln im
tea which for u lung thus were bt.- \ IKniean' of the .\uu'rltan Association
dlffoiTUt spoclox. "' 01' Park Kiiperhiteiulaiits has waUl, J.I8cA
llpvcd to c'onie from! two (
[HE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA Seabreeze, (Divtoii.vlieach It Is now known Unit tint dl l tr'r- of It, "$towl!

  • ,) Fli>rld.i., ouei-s Hotel arc inwvly due to illll'ereucoH Iviiovvu plant, which Should llnd a ploy '

    In the preparation of the originalleaf. In every boi-der."
    flue only Hotel on Daytona' Beach Open the I Kutho Year.It It >nn lo: 1"1,11I.1.,11.,1, or mnltlplled '}
    Loft to itself thN: shrub! nttiilns u I'rmn tilvtoloii iiu-l I by Its roots' eiieh THIS SHOWS' fzr
    is a home-like hotel at a reasonable: price. Electric; ( lights and all modoinnveiiieuccs. height of twojitj'-llve to thirty feet nil one' of \\iiih, If ilNeonneeteil, from ImoIrnreut THE FRONTOF

    Sea food a specialty. First-class livery In connection with the even fifty feet In Ceylon, however \plniit, and 1 nivcn; ftood I care % 111unkr'n .THE
    where ton hnH only been> !Introilueeil tor : plum will ll'iwer the Maine MOIIin. -
    itel Rates$2.00 per day and upwards. Special wocUly and by the season. Ten about twenty yours, tho larnost plants, -( Strong plnul of\ gaud habit: und WALTONPAT..BLOCK THESE ARE OUR

    jli grade: furnished cottages;:: on the beach In connection with the Hotel Special!; which have not been 1 pruned, but reserved fre.- nverlnrf, ; iiialltles| : \\ h..11. It Is do- LONGROLLER -
    I PATENT
    Itention given to traveling men's comfort for need bearers, scarcely o ten feet In helvht.: The tea plant (his milliner, its It\ Is more reliable" BEARING
    B. .1. HOLT, Propiletor. lives for a tery long! time. In Jap.m, ,t'liin!' r.ihlnu" : ;: pl' ..ut+ from: need.Ono SHEAVES.
    It Is Bald that HOIUU of the Illicit tea I.+ I |1"ll1l, In Its i ultlvntlim Is said .
    made from plants u hundred years old. 'lo bo e < ..idiom:\ ,and that IM Unit at theu0rth \V1
    OLD SI':ABHIEfIGOOnAI.I.:; ., TLA.'he It appears that us early in ISIS! tea: It limit( K.ivo a location that. Is: II I "
    win SucCessfully grown nt Jrcemlllo high;: and l try during the winter months I .
    S. C. Dr. C. V. Shi'pnrd's ten gardens lor excessive moisture Is fatal l to It In .'J'
    nt Huniniervlllo. H. C., are well known.A till north ut this ....:\,11I. It should I'
    [' Seaside Inn DAYTON UKAC'H FLA. hundred acres now turn out about provo a very desirable bom where ., 1'" .
    manufactured ten niinnally. the MiiecesH-
    iXH pounds of hugs/ tint (Uncase prevent
    A ton growing enterjirNo l Is under ful growth of Chin.i niters' as Its iiKiireliluo
    Is now open for the summer season under tho management; of the owner, way near Charleston, ami It Is Haiti tlowei-s 111'0'I' useful I fur cutting I
    STEWAKT. handsome and new, situated on DaytnulI bo under In oxIrrlicnt '
    IIOKACE F. n thousand acres will sums I t-onclmloM a writer an ,
    Beach, the hotel is modern in all its appointments with large nh'y, pleasant cultivation. The South Carolina experiment I/ .C
    and Koallng'a Casino and 1'ier. 1'11111110\\ .
    the opposite
    overlooking ocean
    rooms which these fuels --- --
    from
    station,
    The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate lire Klenned, tells\ nlxo In n repent bulletin li,w slrn..brrrlcn. .
    IIOKACE F. STEWAKT Owner and Manager. (N'o. tai!) how to grow the ton plnnt. Popular lii'llvf oblnliiH that, .strawberrleH / IOQ( IBS.
    .. _ ___ - ___u __ should\ havo much water during \\i
    TITUSVILLK, A llii.liro..nt Tent. ; tho first of the fruiting/ ''''1111011. .\t : I
    A ......tV1I14 inndo nt the Wyoming the famous AVoburn experiment ftatkm. '
    station of two varieties of mushrooms( In England the effect of watering --
    [HE ALPINE COTTAGE,, TITU.VILLK, FLORIDA.Now r.olu'inla uinl AhiHka. Diirlnff a fruiting HtrawlierrleH: \ with solutions' calttilnlngdill'crent !
    (period of sixty-two:: days tho llihouila > animal substancert during the
    : opened. Everything at this ding-house is new and np.to.llto.'lloino ,
    luurtliroonm yloldisl, a total of tho ripening of fruit
    '' and service first-class with reasonable rates. (food and polite at. month reeriliiK
    'untlon. MKS. RATE MYERS, Manageress.: 2I fruits. Tlio Alaska variety curate has. been under observation for eight
    F. A. LO8LEY, Assistant. Into fruit eighteeniyn later than the yours. Homilts were extremely contra- Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves
    --- --- Itohemln. iiroilneliiK -:>- iinislirooin.s In dU-tfiry yet It appears( that the npplleiUUm -
    .
    thirty-one U.iys. Not only did tho Alaska of Iii 11I1c1 inn uuria1' dressingsdarliiK \
    FLA.
    [EACOCK HOUSE, TITUSVJU.K variety ylclil more nnisliroomi: tlmu the swelling of tho fruit had on
    and Hetail In but tlio miiHliroonm were ( effect <>n the ---- - ---
    First-class Hoard at Reasonable R.Ueii. Restaurant Grocery the Itohemln an average no appreciable'( --- ----- - -
    B-tioti. MHS.: M. I.. PEACOCK, Prop. larger, (rain<' into bourliiK! Inter und crop, and no evidence' was accumulated
    made a ..tHlckl'rot1'owtl1.< tn show that tho use" of water mono

    INDIAN SIMtlNOS, GA. has any nppreclablo elTect or can bu
    '1'Itr 1.I..n..t .lardrn.Nothug where It be applied
    justified\ ., even can .
    can K" further t'jwnrd making lit reasonable> cost. The nitrates, so- u1I'I' i I -I' .

    HE WIGWAM I. INDIA* Sl'IIINGS:; ;. UnEOlWIA' _\- our garden pleasant In Hummer, illtmi mid potasHlitm' appeared; to have /, lll- V'IlMill V'Il-
    limn to have the grass:: plants and( tre >a a ileloterlou effect. -
    lu Kreon vigorous: condition during the
    FAMOUS H :SOHT. hot dry spells HO connnoii at this! 1<<'11- (-oIU..I. I'rlvet.

    A panacea for diseases for hundred years, Is now open for reception of son. When water In plenty this H ('n"- Cnllfornla privet run bo pruned Into I I ,
    Pool. Located mid- Ity nccompllHhMl.( Lute lu the day U fur I
    r i eats, Fine Orchestra Howling Hllllatds bwlmminij; a very ornaiiiont.il shrub, excellent
    1 :\ between Atlanta and Mncou. the beat time to have tho sprinkler In iM'c'iipjInn u sharp curve In the border
    .' it Medical Baths are obtainable only at the Wigwam. For analysis of operation. Terrace slopes require sume iil'inu a drive or walk. The privet Is I II
    "<.m", and rates address extra euro to have them. properly( watered nil of tho Unit-
    unruly In iilmoHt parts
    hCOVILLK IlltO! ,
    at this .
    S'IIOI1.1It'.tUnlC'
    Indian .Springs; Ga. ill States, IM very easily grown and
    one of the most useful plant for tint
    - Itoeea formal garden. As a hedge shrub It
    1JILT3IOKI:, N. C. hoses Hhoulit bo carefully taken up la by
    IIIM' no superior.' Propagation
    every four or live years tops( and roots
    taken front the young growth
    cutting
    cut In anil then reset either In a now
    place, or lu the od! after cnrlchlnjf" the! after tho worn) has ripened too tall I' ,
    1HLTMOHE;, N. C.
    lenilworth Inn noli with n fresh. supply of innnurn out
    ------ I't
    :SfA A"IIRVU.r.F.: deeply spading It over. In Rolland l'arr Water' Help
    rosen are nlloweil! to Stolid about eight: Some fruit grower liavw found It
    They ore then taken out nnd U'loil praotrci* ;111'10to spraying trees These long)' roller healing Micnven' which are lookdl upon as tho jlrello; : {
    '>-EN THROUGHOUT THE YKAU. years.their! places fllleil with younjf plants.Itallfy. .- with! keeosore: emulsion. for the destruction intl-frlctlou roller bearing In tho world are without cages to hold, the rolln
    of the woolly uphlM; to first Kpruyihu place and therefore are far more durable anti run with far leN friction tba
    EDOAU U. MOORS:, Proprietor. ------ ilUcuned.. tr('es with pure water. The the old-style ongo. The slienvo castings are made solid, standing double th

    Alpine 9ltrN.Tli..rrx I'lnnt. water helps. to wash away tin protective train of: the skeleton Iron sheaves
    NEW YOKIC.iotel Alpine overlHarlnK ,trnwb-rry plnnt covering! enabling; the kern '"11\'
    have lroVl',1 quite| vigorous nt the ManItoba eiiiulHl'jii\ to eonio III contact with the
    experiment ntntlon. Though/ not spills and kill It.-American Uuitlvu.Oir:
    as large lilt the Htundurd varieties, ', & TIIOU8ANDS( : : OK TIIKM: hKIIIIV: THE: NEW ENGLAND STATKS.
    these are extremely hardy and eon ftliuttlnic the CJnrilrn On Marlborough tlnuo their fruit priMluilinn throiiKh- """It were greatly annoyed that wo ---For all kinds. of huslneMKe where a Tacklo Block Is. l*.ed-

    out tho entire "('111'011. which should could not keep our garden and chicken
    Broad way, 3Gth and 3TthStreets, New York. make them sl.'hll1y'alunlJltJ for Manitoba yard gates closet until I purchased,

    ompletely Renovated and transformed In every department.. Most c.. i- : and the Jiorthwest.llariff some the cent screen door uprlngx nut
    ally located hotel on Uroad. ay. ELECTRIC L1OHT.1: and TELEPHONE: pat them on the) gates They are now
    -! '.,ry room In the house. ( lirywanf ti+mumm. self closing, nail much Inconvenience
    r-'' HOPEAN PLAN. 4X Kooms. :200 bath roams Rates: It.oO:; and up. It U not to > late t<> plant( out hardy Is avol ...1." remarks a correspondent Walton Self-Locking Block Co
    ml wlthonl bath. *2 and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and bath *3 chrysanthemum-, tlll olnnln liege In nn exchange.Wild ,,
    "' upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $.> and upward. plants fur autumn Mojinlnsi.. However
    SWEENET-TIEKNET HOTEL COMPANY, small the plants they should not bapl.mtetl Uouoo I'lun.'ot: Hrmrtnf. 4tH< Atlantic Avenue .. fO-,TGV, MASS.:;
    1':. M. TIEKNEY, Manager. cloHor! than two feet apart each Fur a wild goose plum that does not
    way A< autumn Mounting plants for bear a fruit grower HlvUe to choc!:
    out powers or garden deroratiau they the wad growth by rutting back the
    the it profusion of bloom, nay an PX-] summer growth and cutting/ the tap
    THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICES ehllog. root. (Horne other variety blooming ut JOB PRINTING.
    be
    the name time planted near by way .
    What They FltthJo Ukl..o..M. net-ded for iKlllnutlng.Ifiii .
    "'.... ..,, The not common Insect pent In
    .. .
    d ; Oklahoma ar tateil a* being>> codling
    t.OUR ( ARE EIGHT .... moth tent ciiterplllarn, plum curcullo Stood the Text i5 Years. Executed at the office of the

    grape leaf hopper and grape worm The old original Onovt's '1'astelets
    5.# "'i. while the most Injurious fungus diseases Chill Tonic. You know what you are
    -j .. lire apple scab, bitter rot. apple taking It I III Iron and quinine In a taste-
    l"J.t, brown rot. blackberry rust, WacV: \less form. No cure no pay, 'OctM. at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
    r ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING r rot add aotbracnoae of grape.. Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltunvllle, Fla.





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    1 ........... BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS- GOLDEN --:
    ........
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    ........ AND FURNISHERS
    ................. SIONERS. THE CLOTHIERS
    I : :: dealers In diamonds i of Mr. and Mrs.
    We have been Golden Wedding
    J The
    t i M 0 N D S !, stones I of County- Commissioner H. S. Black was celebrated at their TJ.'t-u.S-VJ.J.J.O 1orlc1.n,
    D I A and other precious : The Board llth, IW)5./ Lorticlors
    '
    't 1 :- 2 met dn this 4th day of September: ll\ nr:;, home, near Sharpes Sept.: Our: -
    *
    : It. A1Conklinir were present.All
    since the establishment of our at 8:30 o'clock a. m. Present: About thirty-five guests SIIOKS MANHATTAN: SHIRTS, 1"Tr:'(I' II\" ,
    ,
    ? ***************? chairmanW.It. Walker, J. R I and grandchildren, EDWIN OL\PP '
    ;Il ********* ; their children CROSSKTT: SHOES: E. A W. CALLAKS: K\ON' \ -
    A.
    ; >> direct importers for more than 20 years. :J !Riot and T. J. Cockshutt, with A. Wlngood, and their son. QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOIl THE lAtl| ':
    und Mrs. TJIK;
    business in tills: Stewart, clerk and J. P. Brown, sheriff. Mr. and and AND
    ------
    Mr. --
    w :: meeting were read and Ous a talented young lawyer
    last ,
    of
    = Minutes
    ( middleman's profit and .
    ==We save you the approved.! Mrs Will black, and their three sons, The largest most complct.date "
    y .1 rpnort was received and two ready-made clothing ever .
    r I 'J'h. iroasurers. and Mr. and :Mrs. Fred Black/ ,
    t 1 // :: i iI iI and checked up and !II CRMrs. J. H. MIoti East Coast; Hanging In price tlLow "
    : &l'I I Cocksliutt were appointed n children __
    IXlfafY and T. J. dollars In I
    1V1CITK roil OUKCATAI.OdUK. :: warrants received about fffty yrS
    7 0' committee to destroy the paid Treasurer They dollars of it being In Cut Shoes In the Tan, I' ," 'mil|I
    the County thirty-live
    turned by
    over
    Vii I i :* that presents, Petiil Buck, Tan lin. k. \
    p ..IKWKI.MtH: : IMI'OHTIOKS: : with his report. They reported A most beautiful poem was road Canvas ,n

    t ; n i Jacksonville, Fla. 1________ -- : they had performed their duty and were gold. Holmes. The "bridegroom and Tennis. ; ranging in prices. for tin,. i
    nl'Yit.: had attached by Dr. I
    41 West discharged. The Treasurer that to the famous Edwin Clapp ".,
    ;: ******************************************** to his report a certificate showing that the bride" and Mrs. Holmes, read ? 1
    *
    X******* Wendall
    called for was ondeponlt Oliver
    -
    his! by
    the amount report Treasurer. beautiful poem Our line of high; art, tailor-1tI"ulstand j,. ,
    oreditas County \Vea'e
    his which
    to says
    --- "The Hays, ,
    '. TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL. bill of Geo. M. Robbins Holmes the most rigid l inspection'
    h :EI.. L. MOTIaOV'V'p On motion the to night," Ac.\ after which II I k
    ii I I for $5 for legal advise on statutes as to twenty delicious refreshments cat and best fabrics enter into rte '0,

    Tho Tltusvlllo High( School opened on Game Warden was held over until next the most bountiful and tk'l The latest designs are carefulh\ ,' au((

    Monday morning with singing/ followed meeting./ of Justices of the Peace C. T. were served. apparently, I I embodied therein. \Vo ask v""m lu
    Reports and groom"
    and by Ilev.W. J. M. The "bride with this _
    1 DO5STS.( by Scripture rending prayer McUride, W. C. Peterson and were fifty years In connection dcpaitnn at '
    they
    tii F. Shoemaker. Superintendent: of Sanders were received. were as happy us I a complete and up-to-date line nt., i oleQ'J'
    ; In
    a
    c
    } gowned
    ___ Public Schools John H. Walker then addressed On motion the Comptroller\ Is requestedto ago. The "bride"' was Furnishings. Shirts of the film"I" , ,attjbaud &
    of all Tax Certificates her beautiful
    allow the redemption dress, "but '
    JUTE tho pupils, teachers and the : 1(1 17 and lovely white i pvl iu Madras, Cheviots and P-M" i .lOth'
    'f OLD OLD against Lots 14, 15, Is. the levels thing: In the ; ,
    hair
    I I many patrons who were present, setting 18 Kerdoll's add toTitusville by payment white of her manly negligee and stilt bosom eR'ects p, v I\"iJ.\ |

    Ism R YE WHISKYM forth the bright: prospects ahead: of our of the mlllage levy for each year for world to me; so said one son Collars. Knox and Stetson II,i' ate
    II ) t 1i sold on a valuation he stood by her side, one arm .,
    High School and commending both the which said land was sons as accessory. to a well-dressec) u rail

    i i - teachers and pupils for their past records.His of $.i for each lot without Interest omitted and lovingly around her and tenderly caressing every robo. Our line of neckwear !iM nn\ ??,,

    r advice. the collection of all subsequent .* her hair with his other hand plete\ In Strings, Ascots 1 address was full of good valuation of $ >
    lots
    taxes. on said on a also made up shapes. All the nnv mica] :
    The work of organization was then for each lot without In'erest. Suspenders, Stockings Underwt'u it iati.kerchiefs. (.
    I commenced. Prof, K. C. Barrett the Verdict of Coroner's inquest on body GRAND AUTO RIDE. All new stock and d' > heft'

    of Edward :Screva was leceived. specialty.
    orders n
    I principal, has not arrived yet, on accountof On motion, \ I lX)0( ) Is hereby transferredfrom Frank T. Undue: of grades. Mail
    Iro h 1, 'tdsvrr..str \ sickness, so. the position of principal the FIne and l"orfeltllie Fund" to Mr. and Mrs. Saturdaylast

    11,14'p Fine Liquors Wines, Beers was occupied, by the 2st assistant, Miss the Feeding Prisoners Fund Miami, arrived in Titusville on --- -- -
    Detroit
    ,, and Miss. :Susie Glad win The report of cattle Inspector district after a most pleasant trip from ............. .
    Etc. Teeter .
    Ales, Stout, Lottie ................. "
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    t I No.1, was received.The Mich. ...............
    EJ7 Hend me your orders I ITITUSVILLK took the 1st assistants place. following/ permits to carry pistols latter city Mr. Budge I H, D. WAL-AII, Register' II I m., :
    ) and COCOA, FLORIDA Upon the arrival of Prof Barrett, the were granted : 1<\ W. Thigpin Smith:! & While In the Ford j K. A. MOHIIAX 1'roprletor .

    ; teachers and their positions will be as Wesson No. Ill: )I((14', Cut. 38; D. StClaire purchased a twenty horsepower .* BBBn *
    I -- Nlsbot, Iver Johnson, No. 1087. Cal. 32;; automobile, with a speed rate of forty

    { WALKER & CO. follows: Joe. E. 'ieldS. & W. Carlo No. 120W:! (I, hour They made the trip from
    miles
    J. R Prof. ll. C. Banet, pilncipal. H. A W. Carlo, an
    :118 J. II. Henderson, PHAKMACYJJ
    Cal. ; Ky., in 5'.j, daysdays
    Detroit to Livingston I
    TITUSVILLE, FLA. Miss! Lottie Teeter, 1st assistant.. No. 3JM)4o: \() ; Cal. 3:J$. railway time although they made I I RED
    measuring running
    : Miss Helen Miller :.!assistant Report of J, O. Fries of weeks.
    in Hrevard county. List Urbana O. of two
    ,
    tracts stops
    *Tf5cOur.Perfection Miss. :items F. Hunter, primary' Florida.On many :
    side tracks In Urovard county They made as many an 147 miles In one ... .
    the main \line of Fla. East Coast Ky.Atl.yrata they only .
    CHURCH NOTICES. .. .. .... 1.7111I( ft day, while on another day :
    .. };ant Minis I . ... .. . J'JUO" covered 25 miles, when they ran for many TITUSVILLE FLORIDAA :
    ,
    r TltiiHvllle six to eight .
    I In from
    , Regular services at the Titusvllle Baptist From Indian River to Main line 2 :
    track tu Sanford Jiranuh. U7.1 inches of water.t Livingston they Complete Stock: of-
    -A
    church on Sunday! September 17th. truck. 37oV .
    : Fiber.... factory .... 2,1X10. would have had to wait several days for -
    Sunday school 10:(flil)( a. m. Preaching Bide track. .*.on main line .. 3.IlIII.I..: 2.1)15""Iwlesdne. \ 43 ft the water to get low, enough for them to AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES, :
    and 7tO;: p. m. All I'rltiilianla ..... I PURE DRUGS
    at 11:00 a. m.,
    :
    ...... 63il"
    | .. ... ;: foul the river, and so decided to ship the I .

    are, cordially invited. O. H. Harden.; Private.... 1.WIO" there to Miami: anti come on by Filled with the I.
    ii This will be Rev. IL B. Gibbons, last "" 1 Hlmrims Icy 1::ulnt, .. .. ..... .. .... . ... .. 2.51: :: car from *. ..-Prescriptions \)
    t1iil service, In the First' Baptist church of Sprattn. (private)... ATA"B40" rail. Utmost Care and PromptitudeWE .
    ...
    fiIi ) had Interesting experiences
    attention will bo Mxoim (private' They some very
    Titusville, and special 20,4X1 ft and It Is. indeed a treat to hear WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER, :
    the J
    of
    given to the musical part pro Ives.. (private' ).... ... sat"Voouu Mrs. Budge describe their experiences,
    -
    gramme.In Hide track north of station. I.IU3 ft the through which they passed,
    the morning, the anthem, "Jerusa iiutlt of Htittlcm AMI):> scenery ]!
    -..... llrannh to Indian River t.UM n1I0llhle the people and Incident of the trip. I Souvenirs Etc
    F. Novelties
    I I Tr61 Trunk." lem,be the rendered Golden,by by Mrs.O.C..7. l.eJe.me.will Denham Olneraiin track(private at. river.) .... .. Ma": 4,2711"446 Mr. and Mrs. Badge had a kodak withthem Toys, ,

    .
    :
    ; :
    of the scenes .
    \ Hale idwkledge-, and took pictures
    Has the Celebrated Tray Trunk for and her choir, while iu the evening, V..... .. 2.70S ft 5 '
    P 1 ie4! i track south. of..tatlon.. 1,1110" through, which they passed. School Supplies Perfumery OruiliN.:
    inimitable
    her SIdB .
    In Stationery,
    of
    -Call and see It- Mrs. Denham will render, h. 6t>nn : Choice Line Cigars,
    : 1 It ra n o the absence of Mr. and Mrs.
    4i! solo "Brief Life Is Here privite) 7"11" During other article' Kept;
    WlllUniH all
    the
    F ( voice, U Fine Candies, and
    1,4X5" Braces
    ,
    .. Shoulder
    staying
    been
    have
    --- ) children Toilet Articles
    ---- The OarveyK (prlvuie' Budge, the\\; Z
    Our Portion," by II. Millard. anthem "Paxmnsprivate( ) ..... 1,040"
    I J. mgnmdomprlvute. ) .. 74(1" with their grand parents, Capt. and Mrs. by up-to-date drug stores.
    Co. Teach Us to Pray, by .
    Robbins & Graham "Lord, ... .. . I.IKKI"
    IKinavonture.... .. ... / Pritchard, In Tltusville. j
    : S. Ferits, will also be rendered by Mrs. ...,. li.owi" James : and careful attention to all mall orders.
    give prompt
    :TWe ;
    Budge and daughter,
    Mr.
    S f and the choir, at the 311.4: ft On Sunday, .. ./
    INc
    (liiaorporatoil.) Harry Wilson while Mrs Budge .. ............NNOO...O....N/
    I \Fan: Oa\ll.-\ Stella left for Miami, .4........i'.....
    4 PAID UI' CAPITAL $i5,000.00This :! evening service. Near ntntlini.. 2,4"rt(\ will In Tltusville ,
    Imllun River .... I.,>M>" and Dorothy and Helen stay ----- --- -- -- -
    .1 lirunnli to --

    i it company owns EDITOR WALTON IN BOSTONThe .. JlIo.IIOlIrlle.Hide track to.. .I'nilillHnn'i.. ,..'......"............4IW"... 2.2UI".11:14": till about the 1st prox, ......-..-..-....-.-...-..-...................................

    ......... 1,11.%
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    !_, Au JST ZD S, "" Tllluinii ....... ........ .. ........ ... 1.2IMI"
    Mulnbar
    ; : I following is clipped from one of tram. .. ................ ..... ...... 27J" NAMES STRICKEN FROM THE .A. D.j
    On the St. ... ...... 8110" i.A.
    Country
    Dt! the Indian River ; Boston's best dally newspapers-the Mlccu. .. .... REGISTRATION BOOKS.The 4

    Ii" Lucia River; at New River and on Kay Boston Journal: Total... .......... ,... .... ...... .. 51, IIN It <4

    Blscayne. Prices to suit the times "Charles II. Walton, editor and pro On AtTuriibiill Sanford, )mill Branch... BIT ft Town Council of the Town of Ti- (J. L. Mandaville, the Jeweler, Is ready for :

    Send for Land List prietor of the East Coast ADVOCATE, one "" lurnbull MIIUII ... .Mill.. ............... I.IKIA"eas. tnsville examined and, revised the Registration Business his new location. <.<

    k i and Miami Fla. of the best-known newspapers In Flor Sot mllo poht .. 4JO" Books, and the following names i
    Titusvllle
    2.8"1818"\
    at .
    Offices .. ---
    Pq 1,1I'.lmlIr.! Fred A. Morgan wife and IjlOmllKU were erased therefrom this September "

    :t --- Kosser of Tltusville, Florida, have B.1NWi fl. .Bth lira! :;;. : 4
    son ,
    ,
    loinllex
    102- fens)
    or
    11 ,Optleam" :
    East Coast Meat Markel arrived In Boston on a short visit with until H. F. Brown . . . Left the town. : Sates room: "f-- Repair Shop |
    .
    Hoard adjouned I I
    1 Capt .r. O. Walton, president of the i p.Ou m.motion, 8ept.the-I. 1!>05.( A. W. BuleW. . . . . . . " I Maflonlc """",,.. FoKtmc-e Hull.linn.A !

    1ti (l-. K. DUHKN, Agent. Walton Self-Locking; Block Company. The Hoard of County Commlsslonemmet M. Drown, col . . . v " *********
    l In a day or HO, Mr.I Walton will leave at 2 p, in., Sept. 4, H>0:,. Present;:: J. M. Dixon . . . . . a' *******************************************

    a:: for the White Mountains: It. A. 'onkllng, chairman;; W.and K. Walk T. JCockshutt D. T. Evens . . . . . " "

    er, J. V.. mot, .1. F. Wooten . . . Dead.O !.
    .
    clerk IV 1J. English O.
    A. Stewart ; :s
    ... with A. : D &:, ,
    U2c COUNTY COURT. and J. P. Brown, slieiltT. W. Fletcher . . . . Loft the town.O. E_ Lse

    :::> The following permits to carry pistols A. Frost . . . . . . " ., DEALKUS IN- ,

    .P.Pim = The County Court which was to be were granted: : F:. A, M.Stewart, Harrington T. D. Feaster . . . . " GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCIiWe
    Cal !i8 John C. Hopkins GROCERIES}
    Uichardson, ; ,
    this week was postponed & " "
    held in Tltusvlllo S. & W. No. iOOtUM( ) :;, Cal. 3S. Tlie W. E. Goldsmith. . . . for AfAPES Flnrl'o.IZER1'Ve (
    We agents
    until the regular term In November Hoard refused to issue permit to H. W. M.: Goldsmith . . . . . Dead. handle PRODUCE In the of above all kinds.line of goods are and; solicit the trade of all; -oaten

    on account of Judge A D. Penney Stewart to carry a pistol, on account of Henry Hamilton . . . Loft the town. deal Write exclusively us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station

    -. being confIned to his bed with a sprained his being! minor.. W. Hopkinsto W. II. Hunter . . . . Dead. : ers.> E. L. BRADY & BRO TITUSVILI.E: FIA.
    J.
    to
    = bark. On last Sunday, while the Judgewas Permit Winchester was granted. repeating rllle No. V. C. Hicks. . . . . . .Left the town.J. .

    ca- = playing with his young daughter, 237101 carry, Cal. :i8. /. Motlow . . . . " "

    TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA., a rug slipped from under his foot throw. Contract No. 1, K. A. M.\ Stewart: for W. T. ilathers: . . . " <:;C>1'VE: 02Dealer =
    '
    ;( -- Ing him backward, and In endeavoring $20 was approved. N. " "
    --- C.
    !
    I to catch himself from falling, he sprained Report of amounting Tax Collector to $5I3 of;;( :!Insolvent for the John Mack . . . . . . Dead.M In- AD

    1 a E. A. MORGAN hIs back. While be has boon confined poll year 11)01 taxes\) was received and, on motion, Xeenan . . . . . Loft the town. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT
    ,
    to his bed ever since he Is doing as wellas the same is hereby allowed. Celleam Uobbinson. . . " "

    EALKR IN' can bo expected, and his lends, hopeto Tax Collector's report of poll taxes 11HI)I, Oeo. W. Scoblo . . . . " .. PRODUCE.OF ALL KINDS FLORIDA
    "' collected l for the year TITUSVILLE
    I { t see him on the streets In a few days\ amounting not assensed to tl'Ji:! was received and the M. A. Stewart . . . " "

    Instructed to . . . . . " "
    County Auditor is hereby J. D. Teeter

    i Z1&F? EBICYCLESEWheels 1)rayiiig.Drayingorhaulingof charge him with that amount.liopoit Nathan Webber . . Dead. Wrn R. WalkerOroccrics

    & alll I Inds promptly of Tax Collector of for poll 1005 tax/ Fred Washington. . . .Left the town. :
    month August
    attended to. Meets all trains. :Stove collected for the during l')0t) amounting to $1 anti O. C. Yates . . . . " -- Dealer In -

    lii Sold Rented and I Repaired.Euamellng wood for sale at all times taxes year collected for year 11)0:1\ : R. K. PYLE, .d : : ,
    II. }K. HOI.TRN.' Titusvllle. poll taple: ar: Fac..c7:
    ; amounting to tl\ l was received. City Clerk.

    j'';' : and Itepairlng Specialty.. Report of Tax Collector 1001 amounting of errors and to Fruits etrs.d: egatablec:,
    for
    insolvencies year
    Door received and tiled and, on Manure for Sale. surxd. FCC:
    was G-rsiIia.
    $1308.04 i :! :Kay : : ,
    I'' - -Shop next door to Bakery- motion, the same Is hereby granted. .
    The agricultural: statistics of T 1->. A.MoMHlun We have for sale about 100 tons ol Your Patronize sollclted-

    and wan received and approved by well rotted paunch manure. This is the TITUSVir.LE, FLORIDAFEED

    J. L. MOBLEY, the Board of County Commissioners and manure that Is taken from the animal

    tore. when It Is killed. It is stored In a .shed T.iT SVtLLrn-L ER : ST11I3Z: : .: '
    TITUSVILLE, FLA. Window : : V
    ture.On motion permit was granted to where It Is allowed to rot thoroughly

    Contracts. for all kinds of fainting, Sal Everette E. Mass to sell liquors, wines The Helmburger Laboratory give us an f101 R.;E:!.
    :
    'I I I mimlaln, tainini: Finishing, rensouablo: lII'per price and beer In election district No. 5; for analysis' showing over :3 I per' cent ofammonl AND SALE SADDLE
    nt the nest\
    Hanging
    eouslstput with good workmanship" Frames the next fiscal year. until .,. The price In carload lots,, IlUGO1E
    I the Hoard adjourned
    On motion ...STABLF.S...
    5, 1 HHVi! ; at 8 a. m. : bulk, Is $3.00 per ton. Put up In bags! 51'RREfITRANSFER
    ..
    _ I R 9: All Work on the East Coast r.:..,.e G..!r,e ;.rAre ru Sept.The Hoard l of County Commissionersmot I and delivered freight depot, Jackson llAGn.\OE
    t
    I>
    on thin. Sib d.ir of September, A. villa in small quantltles$3.00. :; )( per ton, TI RXt\t'r\ rJ
    I II )t Especially SolicitedLet : HHKi! ;;, nti 1'1 a. m. Present: R. A. Conk- M1 and
    Jacksonville Address ,
    j4 f. h.,
    all
    K.Mlot o.
    trouble If J.
    Walker '
    of everlasting: W. It. -
    want and Rot lilY source Hug:, chairman; 1110.1110
    mo know what you Cockshutt, Florld.v Packing Company, _- ..aI''
    and T. J.
    attention Wo have .1. F. Woot H.\ULt"G ETC
    It. Prompt made light. :
    l estimate on they are not P.
    and J. Fla.Tlie .
    I clerk
    I to all\ woik. with A. A. Stewart ; 1.. Jacksonville
    6 I t, given special machinery for tnaking: them, Ilrown. sheriff. IRID.\.
    1 A ---- J. Ma .
    --'-- to sell '
    i and nuke: them right We make them On motion wines the and following beer for permits the next fis Clyde Line. TITUIVILLEIn:: rear of Robbins' Law OfficeINDIAN -

    XX E. Vesey Hall, n better and cheaper then they can be 1I'\l1ors.'\ were granted: R. L. Mellow for

    I I Preolncts Xos.; :a! and 4, and F..1. Los- Get your Clyde Line tickets from
    FU.Agent
    I I UeorgUnA, : hand. FACTORYTITUSVILLE
    -
    1 li I"". made by ley for Preelnct No. 2. the agent at 'fltu vllle. IK> not fall to RIVER ICE

    41 t' Reports" of Jas. Trevntt. Sopt. of Poor take the steamer when going North.
    Biu11c1or ted1a
    i .i ; Boa; : s "..r'bn e'4'ae. Farm was received and tiled. CIIA. H. 'YALTOSTltllsvllle: FLA. atteaUrs
    Spec'11
    A. Conk. :
    ; of R. loose.
    tbe
    petition
    motion or
    t for New Superior Motor. On Malabar and Till- Fla. !s prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked gotta

    ti { Have .( h. p. on hand: ; call and see It. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO ling, et al., citizens of paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my

    It I Estimate and prices furnished on The ADVOCATE prints. nil local news. T. T. WETMORE. ProprIetor.'L .
    Continued on 4.J]
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