East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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May 1, 1903
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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)L. 9(5.( NO. 10. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY MAY 1, 1003.: PRICE, fin

NEWS -Tax Assessor J. F. Wootfln of Cocoa DR. MILLER, TilE DENTIST, WILT SHOES! SHOES11: John R. Walker Co. A MAGNOLIA WEDDING. AMONG THE HOTELS. \ \ r\1"It

LOCAL came up to town with his books on bo at Jensen, May 11th for a few days. have them at right prices ::11"t It, c," ,

,,1 Topics, of General Interest. Monday -Mr. R. E. Mlms, Superintendent01 -Born, to Mr, and ftlrst B. U. Pylea Another happy unlo.n of Imndu, and Mr. Wood, of tho firm of Harvey .,py i O .

-Pineapple offer to men with small Public Instruction, was In town on. Monday April m! 190: at West Palm Beach, a hearts took place ot St, Gabriel's Episco Wood, managers. of the Tampa/ Bay hole ..t,, 1 1I
ADVOCATE capital. Look sha ply for W. W. Luce's and Tuesday. son. pal church, Titusvllle at noon, Wednes I ), has returned to the Bellevue hotel I ""j + ,

THE ad.onpngeS. s day. April 2th) and the marriage of Mr.! : BOH ton. :u} f',
In advance. -Mr. A, P. Vans Agnew: Kisslmmce'swell
Mr. Ell of flue
II,50 per annum. Morgan, owner a ornnge R. E. of West Palm ))Beach. formerly 'I 1
arrived Brown ,
-Mrs. .
Guy I.
Metcalf West Palm known In town
attorney, Take of tile hotels In I
1 100< ) six m grove west of Fort Fierce, was a note now open ,t. '
countries. Beach, is visiting her husband at Talla- Wednesday. of San Angelo, Tex to Miss Emma = J
Jjoo| an. to foreign recent visitor to town. Jacksonville: and advertised on our 7th r
per of Tltusvll'e witnessed by ", '
basses Wright, wan i
Hotels Windsor Duval) and West f4} I l
subscribe for the ADVo- Mr. and Mrs. W. Heine of Chicago page: .
R'hen you FOR( SALE.-20011ASTINGPOTATO a large concourse of friends. Long before -i'f' .t.
frg: by the year, It does included u SEE E.of A.Cutler WADDELL,If MIAMI, MANager barrels under price, address, "8," have been spending! a couple of days-at the appointed hour-13: o'clock, noon moreland. .4r9j: j
estate .1
U cents per week, p buy choice bits of real want to* care ADVOCATE office the Indian River hotel. I -the Episcopal church was tilled with Mr. Jas. P. Kenney, former winter' .:: ;' i
data of expiration printed upon throng.. Fond blonds had of Hotel Breakers Seabreoxe 1
0111 : Mr. Win. M. Brown from an expectant manager '
Dr. Hannah dentist from
F. B.
[paper or wrapper every week. This -Attorney A. J. Lewis of West Palm Jacksonville- has been a of the Indian Miami on Wednesday, to spend a few spared no pains In decorating the church will conduct the Thorndlke at Jamestown :: to' : I;

[receipt for your money. / No need Beach, who was a guest of the Indian River hotel, Tltusville a guest this week. days with hU family. for this occasion, for there was a hnautl- R. I., the coming summer. :'H)j \I I ;

us to eendreceipt for subscription. River hotel for several days, returned to fill arch of magnolia blossoms and ever under : "I I 1
Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine "
edateRl'ealttoyou.( his home on Monday. AN ENTIRE NEW LINE OF LADIES' OCALA LAUNDRY-Basket will leave greens In the chancel as well as magnolias : .' i '
the management of Mr.\ Jos. P. Uroitves, ,
COA.ST AUVOOATB lion and Gentlemen's umbrellas tecelved every Tuesday Your patronage solic wherever they could be advantngo- \I"
tun EAST WE SELL SEWING closed Its doors \ after of '
yesterday one
feat the following news-stands, at five to-day. J. R. Walker A:: -Co. ited. Ralph Halle, Agent. I ly placed. So many of these. magnificent) the record. + .
or installment We aUow a liberal most prosperous seasons OD ;.
ts copyitusvilleB.: price old Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson\, Eau Gnllle'a -Mr. Harry Jennings a big. pineapple blooms were scattered around the chancel ._
per foryour machine. John R. ct t
R. Wilson & Son.ICksonvlllttDuval Walker Co., Titusvllle. prominent lumber meichant, was in Tl- grower fiom Tlbbalw, was I In town this that we term" the marriage "A Magnolia Dodge, A Callous, proprietors theWimlsor .J '.. '
hotel. Wedding. hotel, Jacksonville, are contemplating
week-on the grand jury. 1II
News stand Union depotr -Miss Louise Giles, who has been visiting tnsvllle Monday and Tuesday, attending ; Those. who noted aw ushers were Mr. the erection of an annex of I 1

her brother at thin place for the to jury duly.Quite FOR GOOD, FRESH GROCERIES AND A. N, Mould! and Mr. Phillip Wright, who brick and .stone, four stoites high. The 'I : .j I

Vegetables at the lowest priors, try seated the arrival with the air of Windsor. has done tourist business tl I '
notice ad.. are ten cents punt two weeks or so, left for Jackson- number of down river residents many: big/ !,
Reading ville and Atlanta on Monday. culled here this week to subscribe W. K. Goldsmith, TltuHvllte. a Chests rtleld. and will keep open all the summer ':. ,( 'I;,

line on this page. for the ADVOCATE. The more subtturib- -Mr. Will Hall made to Cocoa PieoUely. at 12 o'clock the bridal put ,..I I' ,
a trip Mr. Asa S. Loom chief dork of the "
AGENTS WANTED. Either 1 Big ,
hall beeD'fairly well fllledth sex. the better for advertisers. entered the south door of the church In .
ere we
Our town get, last Saturday and returned later with .. r
this week It being Courtek. line of new tipeciallies, olTeilng! large!: the following orderr The tinhorn. MUsDatxy Alcazar, St, Augustine, was suddenly }
visitors = Jack his wife and bright little daughter.Mr. culled to Providence It. I. If .
returna. Quick' sellers. Catalogue and Mav'T U I). Fletcher, one of and the bride leaning on Saturday t'

of Fort 1'lerce circulars tree. Address, Lewes Racy onville'a. prominent followers of Blackstone Robt. <\ Ileaton, one of our valued the arm Brady of her brother-in-law, r.( L.upon C. met, owing to the serious lljness\ of his t j I '"

__5Ir. K. B. Raulerson cattle as Novelty Co., Dinsmore, Fla. was a pleasant visitor to Tltusville Boston subscribers, has gone to his Branning; while through/: the v"trye'me' mother) who wa not expected to live. i I"i rev;; ,
the case
In town watching It la not long since Mr. Loomis went
i this week Fletcher always :
Mayor "I
summer home at Beverley Farina, Mass. the and his best man, Mr W. B.Aultman .
iroceeds. -Mr. Henry M. Flager.; the genial: receives a hearty welcome from the citizens north to be present at the death of his : i ,
of West Palm Beach dressedIn
-Yr, W. F. Greaves', of the Big Four and whole-Hunted multi-millionaire, has of the county town of Brevard.Mr FURNISHED\ COTTAGE FOR RENTIn the conventional, black who, awaitedthe father. rt I ', "
been on a visit to St. Auguatlne and .
Mood,, 8 Mouth Tllu vllle. Immediate p nnesHlon. ;,
ilway, was a passenger on to Cocoa.) Hastings this week. Mr FlaKIer arrived and Mrs. Charles A. Welch, of Apply at ADVOCATE olllce. bride's arrival at the altar, while !Mr. Mr. James P. Vint tig:, who has been
uthbound train, on way at St. Augustine/ from the north' Mon Boston, who have been spending the E. 1). Wngor played the "weddlnlC march" managing" the Jefferson hotel, Key West, .//1 t', \ ',.

YOU WANT TO BUY A HOME, A day. winter at their place near. Canaveral -Between Court, dancing, sailing\ \: and with his usual skill. At the altar the all the !number passed through( Titus t'''' 1 ,ek -

Grove, Pineapple Plantation or Vegeta- -Mr. Frederick C. Moore stopped over at the ludian Rlyr hotelfrom i rowing parties, lawn tennis marriages. contracting parties were confronted by vllle, Saturday, accompanied by Mr. t I, ,lVlnln

table Farm see E.A. Waddell,.Miami.Mr. .* the United states Census ,office representing Washington Tuesday: until Wednesday: when etc., Titusvllle has been" quite gay this Archdeacon Ii. F. Brown, who, according !!,. They were on tnalr way to their I t ,

they left for Arden, N. C., for a while week. to the beautiful ritual of the Episcopal orange grove at Ormond. Thursday, ["?i' w 4
and Mrs. J. W. Merrill, after en- D. C., has been In town a coupleof
-Mr. N. O. Penny, of Nathan, was church, pronounced the happy pair 1\ayljoth.: Mr. Vlnlnff will open the Continental .
the winter at tbelr beautifulace days this week, hunting up data for Mrs. J. K. Anthony of West Palm I
vlng the pleasant callers at this officeon "man and wife" In a manner which in.pressed hotel at Atlantic Beaoh, which "
at Tropic have returned hornets publication by the U. 8. Government Beach, to whom we referred In last audience with 'I. f
Tuesday lie returned home Wednesday the large deep Interest. Is one of the palatial hotel owned by t,
to Kansas City, Mo. From here he goes to Miami, Key West week's ADVOCATE: as having ,gone: to Mr. L. ?. Branning, when called Mr. Henry M. Flugler( '1, j,

[RUIT AND VEGETABLE LANDSfor and-Mr.Havana and Mrs.. T. J. Pitchford. of StateVoman'KisRimmee, to.. Temperance attend a meeting Association of the, -Mr, Notes Bristol, who has been bride upon, wa quite prepared to give the The Indian River Hotel, Tltuivllle, has :; '. r

sale. Improved and all unimproved! Waveland, have located In Miami, and stopped over here from Saturday" until .spending the winter at Rockledge; will The away.buds and groom then left the been crowded with !guest till week, and .. ',
suit parties.Call
land*. Prices to soon leave for his summer home at Hillsdale Hunt could not find for
the of Mrs. Geo. M. Manager room "
for the of J.A. Sunday, as guest
orwrite. E. A. Waddell'; Miami, Fla. are present occupying one church for the home of the bride'. mother '
Rohblns. N. Y. all who tried to gain admission. All thaboardlnghousfs 'I" .
Hall's houses 11th Street. Mr.
on Mrs. C. L. Wright, with words of love '
-Rev: J. N. Mulford and wife. who I Pitchford owns considerable Miami pro. -bin r. Geo. E. Sebrlng and family, who States Attorney J. D. Beggs: of Orlando and promises of life-time fidelity upon ; have also been tested to .\ ;}

>ant the winter at Palm Beacb, were perty.-Miami Metropolis. Mr. Pitch- on this occasion spent the most pleasant was warmly greeted; by his many their lips.. their utmost capacity, and many would-* ""Wit ....

avengers on Saturday's train, en route fold IB an ADVOCATE subscriber winter they ever had In Florida, passed Tltusville friends upon hi* arrival, the The bride, who Is a general favorite In be guest were "Crowde"r', : ',
i their' summer cottage at Saratoga through Tltusville Sundayon their war first of the week. Titusvllle has resided here for several Sembler Cottage. V\,,
-Mr. J. L. Mobley, contractor for all the all town. The of this \' '
cry over cause '
T their home ut :ebilng: 0 "nell.. of household
to Hummer lady
kinds of painting, etc., whose mi., will be Senator Frank Same. that genial years, a young rare big rush to Tltusvllla U the meeting of ': : '
-Mrs Bessie Gilsaid, Cocoa's popular Mr. iSebrlng owns one of tho m st beautiful and other accomplishments, a* well
found. on our Hill! page, has jiiHt completed and 11I>soiiled resident' of New t-myrtu the Spilng Term of Circuit Court. \
from Satur- winter homes In Rockledge of tliono attribute of "
haul teacher, wa In town upon an being 'poHmsseil
the painting of Mr. E. L. Brady's'itusvillet cl\RlelwRie from Tallahasiwte to spend
iy until :Sunday: afternoon, the guest of residence at which now looks which he has spent large Bum of money Sunday: with Ids family., mind and heart which have elicited the : ,
iv i s Alepli Minn. She wat nccompanl- and house. Improving it. : love and esteem other large/: elide of CLOSING SCHOOL EXERCISES ,
'ppick span" as a new
I l by her assistant, Miss Hopkins.Among alt -Dr. Allan S. Klrkwood, one of Co. friends on Indian River 'I he buds wasdresNed .
Several oilier houses In town need a coat .. E, N. DimIck, wife of the genial l'l\
the recent pleasant callers of paint, and Mr. Motiley is just the man senator from Dade and Brevard counties, coa' popular visitors. was amongyesterday's In hovel (gown of while chiffon Tltusvllla public;; school; closes on FrI. J.. /
: on with whlto satin ribbons and looked +
t: this office were: Mr :M. S. Same, of to do your work In an up-to-date IItyle.111' wan a panHnrmer of Friday's train, on her his. way to ( "IIIKett, Cape passengers Cod, Mass, quite pretty, while the bridesmaid, bliss! day next. May 8tli. There .will be a \ t \
and B. :Stewart of to join her husband' ut Tallahassee.Mrs. drill and
Mr. R. literary
'onrtenay; way I looked charming competition program; ,
K. P. Pursuer, ,general: manager for the summer. Daisy Brady, very Ina
rantley, two of the largest growers: of Dimick Informed our representative beginning at 0'N: ) a. m., to which patrons a'' 1
of the Indian River Orange GroweiH'Association on..fllm..l blue silk mulle with a -
ranges on Merrills Island. They were that sbe Intended stopping at D. -The ADVOCATB office has been Inundated profusion cud friend of the school are cordially (
and Indian River Lake of Forget-Me Note
''cumpnnied by Mr. J. A. Hasten, of I Land over Sunday, to nee her son,, with caller this week. We appreciate Invited to be r>ru..unt. t
UioweiV Association dressed in the
who .
Worth Pineapple Claude, who Is one of the bright! and energetic the many kind things they have 'l'huPI'OUfI: ), was Friday evening there will bean Interesting .
that he will his office conventional black I III of the most { .
Informs move one
dun.The I.
students at Stetson University. aid abut the pink paper and the oflloe. entertainment In the Opera house, I
Indian River Band gave a per- from C6coa to Jacksonville to-day. May i popular 01. nduotors connected with the 'i I
o">rmance on the band-stand last even 1st. Mr. Porcher nays car lots of pine- -Dr. Ralph E. Smith one of our value Call again, gentlemen. (Florida KINK Coast hallway, and lie boars consisting of two short plays, 'j '

i?. A large number of visitors and re- apples will likely commence by the let ed Jacksonville subscribers lias returnedto -Our merchant have done a big; business an unexceptional reputation) for ales lei. "American Beauties"" and "A I'arody 1
Women' Club's by the girl.
dents wee present, who thoroughlynjoyed : to the 5th of May; and the heaviest shipping his home on Forsythe street, from this week, and nearly every visitor no I" and IntelCI Ity. nn given 1
of the school under the direction of Mrs. p
the open-air musical treat. This will be from 1lIy01/ h to the latttr Car+ersvllle, Ga., where he was summoned left here with one or mUle package, The happy couple were the recipientsof I
followed by a big dance In the Opera part of June. The crop will, probably, on account of the serloim Illness of Court has been the cause of leaving:some many valuable and useful present E. K. Rollins.Atjnissionf. o.nnd: 20o.: The t ))1

MIHt). last until August. his father, Major| Chas. Smith, who U hundreds of dollar In town this week. from their numerous friend. : pro- I t
benefit of the
will be used fur the '
-Conductor J. B. Hunnlcut, one of MaoWllliams of St. better kpown to tho reading public all J, E. M. Hodgson! Eau Oalllo's The ADVOCATB:: join their many East school A twill i
-Senator W. A. Mr. library. complete program: t' .
Dr. Smith' bent wUhnHfor
lie "Bill Anl in" many Coast friend In tendering employees of the Florida Augustine; Representative II. II. Floyd, | well known merchant, wa" called to TI- \ be published' In next week' )paper. If '
learn ol
wit Coast Railway, who recently pur- Coast friends will be pleased to their future welfare and happiness) ;
and he
T. E. the
tuivllle jur
of Armstrong; and Representative Wednesday, on ; I
lased the of his father. and their married life which has 1
the fine residence owned by Mrs. recovery mAY
the and the rest of the jury have been lock- "
Robert., of Key West, werd among:
ontHon begun under such bright auspices. be CHURCH NOTICES.There ,
will into It. Mr. .
soon move I leasant callers at the ADVOCATE office -:Miss Susie Carter, one of Sharon'iPa ed up In the Court-house since that time. crowned with continual and I''',I' "
lunnicut joy
1m- pros
expects to make some Saturday/: They were> here on an inspection ( ) popular and charming young la -
Mi'*. P. G. Walton and little daughter perity.
women to It. )
of the work done on the East die, who spends her winters at Melbourne will be preaching at the Methodist '
left here
Ooilnne) will leave here, Sunday, The newly-married pair on j'
-Quite a large number of at- Coast canals by the Florida Coast Line where she has. a host of frlendu., May 10th, for Jacksonville, en route to the 2:1: j p. m. train for a wedding tour church next Sunday. at 11 a. m. and I t r

. ncled the picnic on the Boyu prate, a Canal and Transportation Co. The was In town on Tuesday, and gave ,he New York via Clyde Line steamer Comanche of a month, during which tTna they will 7:00: p. m. A cordial Invitation la extended 14

ew miles south of Tltuavllle on Saturay above gentlemen are numbered among: ADv OCATE: office a pleasant call. Hint and will then go to Philadelphia visit! St. Angusilne, Jacksonville, New to all. '

List. Carriages and .aiiboats were., the leading lights In Senate and House, Carter was accompanied by her talented to Join her unhand. Mr. and Mr*. F. Orleans and San Angelu'texas, sod may I Tier N. I. M. Bogert will preach In the f' I
Mrs. J. M. Fer"lI"oDlorrn.-
nch In demand crowd said be doing good work for friend
to carry the toad and are to young A. Morgan will accompany them a* far extend' their tour Into Culitornla. After
'Tltusvllla church
I Melbourne but a resident of Cin Presbyterian every 'J
fro; and those who attended their constituents at Tallahassee. erly >f ,
report as Jacksonville. June lit, Mr. and Mrs. Brown will be at
7 10( o'clock. Also at
cluDl\tIO In the evening Mrs. George Sunday evening :
very enjoyable day. -The regular: meeting!: of Indian River M Robbins gave a .small but pleasant -The many friends of Capt. Benj. W. homo to their lends at the Setnlnola. Ruckledgaavery! Sunday morning. g t i t' 1

Attorney Oeo. M. Bobbins accom- Lodge; No. 1)0) F. & A. M took )place In card party' in honor of the above ladled. Jerome, formerly of Itockledge and West LaGrange hotel West Palm Beach. Archdeacon U. F. Brown will bold DIvine 1. ;

''ai.d his mother, Mrs. M, P. Bobbins, the Lodge-room at the Indian River who returned home onthe midnight I'alm Beach will\ regret to learn that hU -- Sunday nest In St. Mark's ,

'> Jacksonville, on Friday last, and re- hotel, Titiwvllle\ last Filday. night.: After train. Miss Carter and her !mother expect mother died at New London, Conn., last -Mr, E. L. Brady left for Miami on church service, Cocoa on, at 111tO:,: a. m.; also In $t. ;".

urned home on Saturday night.: Mrs. disposing of the usual routine business to return to their northern borne In week. Capt. Jerome has \been with his Tuesday. Gabriel's church, Titusvllle, at 7IU! p, m. I I t
iibtilns expects to stay In Jacksonville that came before the Lodge, Mr. J. A. about two weeks. mother In New London for nearly two Attorney Andrew., of Fort Pierce, t,'I''

'bout a week or so longer, and Is tay'iK !hasten of Eden, came forward to<> be Initiated years, but till) retain his property on wa In town a few day or so this weak. I I,
at the same house as Mr. and Mrs. Into the mysteries of the first degree -The children's exhibition dance Indian River and Lake Worth.Mr. Notice to Contractor mill llullderw. : .
f red< s. uiville. noticed that although the evening, In the Opera house, wan largely Daniel L. Wet more, of New London at New York cost. Walker: Co. rj
little fractious, Mr. Hasten' attended. Only the member of the Juvenile Conn died on the 27th ult., and : I\
-The was a held at i
house-boat pleasant ploolo was
Rose Marie In com- goat Quits a '
and of Capt. J. M. Lsllln ,returned held on to him with great agility.: \ Friday dancing class took part In thli was burled on the 2111h! (Wednesday). 91aods Point by a Jolly party Tltusville Sealed bid will be received, l by the undersigned I t. 'e' \I

'ere.Sunday afternoon, from ,her cruise evening,8th Inst., .Mr.I F. M. Woolen entertainment, which .a.--eon"lderlnj Deceased, who was born In New Brunswick ladle* yesterday. l to be prevented to the Board :' o j : .
when all the few lessons they had received was 8'2: year and 2J: day old. He of
o the Florida will take biB third degree, of 1'ubllc\ Instruction county, .
Keys. Mr. Chas. F. Nae- to creditable affair throughout. The brother of our respected townsman -The Titusvllle\ friend. of Mm. J. II.I'ope .
"'DK' of New York and members of the Lodge are requested very was a at a special) meeting to be held In Titus-I r tvilla
waa on board; of the went through sailors' Mr. T. T.Wetmore and our peoplecondole will regret to learn that she has '
9'e' 'Had had be present. After the closing class various : \ Via., on Frlda morning May 2Uth, t
tight some glorious sport, !tubing.; Lodge, Mr. Wooten will give a banquet marches, counter-marches and with him In III* sad lose been <|'ulte III\ at Miami. IIMKJ: for the following service: I :

trout' and tarpon various, and other king fish kinds, grouper of fish, la the dining-room of the Indian River other evolutions, with and without tambourine and- -Mrs. L. B. Chatfleld and her mother, Lumber Is on the ground for buildIng 1st. Addition and painting Titusvllle :

were hauled In in great numbers. The botel, Tltusville, to which all members .,well-merited In an excellent applause manner,Miss Mrs. R. K. Breck, who have been spending a Dew .stable for Cuban A: Bro., the ,school building. I. .

'lIre' Marie will DOW be laid at Titus-. of the Lodge and visiting; brethren are received skirt dance toile winter at their coy Itockledge liverymen, on Palm street :ltd. Interior finish and painting of i r
up Fulton In her WM I
Cocoa and Day Flora school building '
Jrora Cocoa
for Invited. Members Friday' train, ..
"IIi the summer, and Capt. Laflin Lodges are eipected. Mr. N. A. one of the "bits" of the evening and deserves home, were passenger New Haven on Conn., for the i -Mr. C. R. Stewart Is In town again, :id. Interior finish of Fort rierc '.f '
soon tona / to ,
return *o New York. en route I Ilummer. '
will also take his third degreethe more than a passing notice; while at Daytonaand I having arrived a few day ago from his school building. I j i
Stumpe They stopped over
those resiIM the fancy dances of the little Misses orange grove place at Bonaventur of school No. 1 .
dente], ng of our East Coast same evening./ St.! Augustine for a few days, and 4th. Erection building :

5 town thl week were the ..llow- Mabel Reynolds, Helen Wilson, Lolli on Tuesday sailed from Jacksonville to -Mr*.Geo. W. Scobie and daughter J: at Sebastian. ; .

!W : E. J. Sna"uck, Eden, A. J. Lewis! Accordion Plaiting, Penney and Leab Lesley round were of extremely New York, via Clyde Line. Mis !Merle, expect to spend next week fitb. Erection of school building No. j ,
and elicited applause.
Aultman, West Palm Beach; E.O. good, Jensen. :2, af Jensen. .
!' with Mr C. S. Bcboyler, at I.
|[organ W. A. Farmer .Jas.E. Andrews, Inches. Agents The cake walks, however caused the Senator F.. N. Dimlck. of Dade and Ittb. Erection of school building No. ,

I 1. L Carlton, A. W. II0*;*, W. J. Bass Any width up to Rich 48 2S1: W. Duval most merriment. Quite a taw little boys Brevard counties, this week, Introduced Attorney W. J. Bryan, of Jacksonville 3, at Eden and Tlbbals. ( I,

i"J;r. Michael\ F. M.Tller. K. B. HaulerH'n' wanted. Clara; F. 5m and girls took part In this, and the audience a bill to enlarge the powers, authority ha been receiving hearty greeting Work to begin. soon after award s* i'

" Fort Pierce; Alex. Near Eao Oallie; /St: Jacksonville, Fla. -who were appointed tudgea dc'ared *- and -privileges of the city of Miami, ID from hi. Titusvllle friend this week. : practicable, and each be> "

iCan) lnDinf8'( Tibbal.1 ; A Z. Dixon, that each couple ought to have a Dade county, to authorize the city to -Mr. and Mrs T. A. Robinson and finished by the 17th day of August; In ,jj 1 td

1 1 E. Mime Bonaventare; E. C. For Sale.Thebe.tcombination cake, as they went through the cakewalk I Issue negotiable bonds, not to exceed bright little baby, of Hi. Lucia, have casa of failure a forfeit of ten dollar. if'

I ISummerlin w6'I St. Lncle; C. A. Robinson, with much credit to themselveiand I $100,1*, for certain municipal purpose, been enjoying a f.w days' visit In town.Ur. per day will\ be deducted from the contractor '
I Ua"j:; U. Sharp ; Oeo. N. pineapple,orange the audience. The crowded taU and to provide for a Board of for each day the completion 'f': 1

''hRfckledgeW.C.; lUwTlnson, An- and vegetable property on the lower of our column preclude our giving amore Trustees prescribing a mode of amending E. A. Lesley, of Klsslmmea: I I. In may be delayed beyond that date. The \: I i

.: ( F. Paddison, Ean Oallie.Kockledge East: Coast. Will pay handsome Income extended notice of this pleaaanl its charter tiling the terms of office town; a witness for the state In the cattle Board reserving the right to reject, : any J I.,!, For particulars addres. children' entertainment. and mode of elections uf certain officer cia; and M I r. J. S. Drooson, clerk of or all bids. 1 t
WILL L. FaacrZ tba at Klsalmmea Is also In town .
court Plan specifications and detailed '
Indian River, Ankona Brevard. Co., Fla. KEEP COOL. Velvet Ice Cream every matter connected with the I
Oardoer' Flyers. day. J. R. Walker 4 Co., Titulfllle. upon easa. drawing covering each class of service, I

a tlDe? of the most attractive and best are deposited for the convenience ol

< stores along the East Coast of Land For Sale. White Oxfords, Ladle and Mil '. Wagon for Hale. bidders follows: ; j

florid You fln Men' A Boy'* Patent Leather Oxford, Packer Wanted. Tltusvllla, J, U. Dixon Chairman 67 ,
can 1 ,
) Brt.f'.i. < everything you the Hanson Grant, have band Block of Board Cocoa K. N. Andrews, Marobar s
J this store Baton Waterproof 8bo Dressing, 2l c. I now on a large ; ;
All kinds of fin
!*.aDd "eatem meat gro- froffl St. Lncl. River, with Florid.KM"Coart It.. Crepe paper all color, 54:. Two experienced pla( .*ppl. packer to 9-Inch tire and 8.laeb tire ona-horsa wagon of School Board; Fort Pierce, A. C. Dltt- I.

cnla.r attention paid to the needs Railroad running through )(eo'* Robber Heel, 30o per pair. start about May 15th. State wages and that can be delivered at once. mar, School Supervisor. ,

) and croUIng parties. A choice property Furniture, shoes, Dry Good. give reference. Apply to 1C. L VIM, Ja., R. E. HIM,

Oco.: N. UATCH, Prop. BucKjAjr Jacksonville, Fla. C. A. GARDXCR, THtuvIll, Fla., at F. WxLLK r Jensen, Fla. Titusville, Fla. Secretary and Superintendent.

Barton Av ., Rockledge.



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,. Together they aimed tor( GENERAL DIRECTORY
right &
I. > .> . .. -.*, 1.1. .* I. Arerell's battery. Meanwhile Lee. THE NEW LAND PURCHASE LAW U. B. tANO- '
: A, rORTIEf left wing came to a deep run. wMc If. 8. (Chubb ... .
f ANNIVERSARYWAR checked the line and It was forced t I to W. (I. Koblnmm... Rw

fITI..tIU6" LEE'S STORY change from line formation to a col. WILL GREATLY BENEFIT IRELAND I Ottloe 8 Oalnunvllu. !p.irld" ,'' .R..t;.,

file t11e: 8ENA'rIR.
umn of fours under Ore. across J.P.T.Iaf.rro... .
treum and then deploy Into line of 8.IR Mallory.. .. ,Is4i" ..ti.
) EGAN J- JJ- 1 I',
FIGHT battle. Averell'a cavalry met this By U. 8. CO ORERK\'Y.\

.....hl7. 136} fiRST HOT charge by firing at long range from tbe. lIE new land 'purchase bill if passed and honestly S.Robert M.Mpar..m..o.W..Davis.,......... .. .Iht

woods screening that flank. The Col Wm. H.Lama.,. ..
the MonTlo
.....-+-+.S..i-i.t.- +...'to ... I 111i < > > I .. I I i I. < I federates tried to sweep around and administered will practically- revolutionize con FLORIDA LEOI9I.ATIRRB.

reach the Federal runs wblch lay dl. dition of things in Ireland. The operation of the N. Dtmlck Palm Reach
of the Federals: Finding no gap rectly In front of the fourth and 8pCo U W.H.Jones, TitUBvllle\ *
[Copyright. 1908. by O. 1. Kllmer.1ON through the wall they rode back IDto oDd Virginia. Between this column and land purchase, law at present in force in Ireland, al EXECUTIVE!: DEPARTMENT"'III''

the uornliifC of March 17. 1SG3. a field. reformed their ranks and returned were two strong fences li limited in has demonstrated that Wm. 8.Jennings, .. G .
the battery though very scope, H. Clay Crawford . ., ..
Fltt-IIUKh Le' bugler noun to tbe attack through a fart closing the main road of the regloi W V. Knott......... ... SsCretan! a"',"
I ed "boots and middle. lu tbe yard held by the Federals.. The "Fede By tbe time the troopers reached the the change from tenant; serfs to peasant proprietors James n. Whltfteld.. AIl"rn:af':; "

bivouac on the jmliunncK' aU at tbe farm were Fennsylvanlan.. road they were broken up Into small brings out all the best traits of the Irish character in the direction H.W.N.8he.te..8ul't E. McLIn. .Comml..lo".r, 1'111'' I'fro

'as the first cull for that funious flgb and the fighting waged fiercely for and tbe impact of the chars Mona, C. Croom..." r Agri CUll
squads in their habits of living . !III,
thrift neatness J.CIIIfordIt.Foster,
Ing brigade: to a pitched encounter. some time the Federal holding on by lout. The regiments three In number- of industry, energy, Jobn Itra r though It was the necond year of the the aid of artillery. the First. Third and Fifth Virginia- and, above all, in their love for home and native land. R. )C. Ro .. orate e' IM c:bto..

,war, there had boon no real fighting c.horseback turned buck and made their way to tbe Office at THllaha8B Fluflda.
the Virginian
In the charge! of THE PEOPLE INTO .A
t' In the east up to that dat which they started.On THE PROPOSED LAW WILL CONVERT SUPREME!: COURT .(1'DIE
handfuls of men Stuart lost his gallant boy artUlerl..t.Colonel hill trom PROPRIETORS FREE FROM THE BRUTAL M. H. Mabry... .. .. .. .
," except between mere John relhani. Fellmm's gun the other flank the desperat STURDY RACE' OF SMALL F. R.Carter........ ... rUlerJnu
In outpost sklrmlKh. Jeb Stuart bad were not In the gilt, but be bad< I charge of the Second and Fourth VIi DOMINEERING AND THE GREEDY EXACTIONS OF THE LANDLORDS ... ".Taylor... .... ....' .. A."lClor.J,

3 t., often ridden on daring raid In 180 toe:2. chanced to bear of the affair and rod glnla met with stubborn resistance to AND IT WILL NOT DIMINISH, BUT, ON THE CONTRARY,, RAILROAD COMMISSIONKRS: (): !
but never yet crossed saber with a After punting the fence thentroopers Jefferson H. Browne, chairman. .
field with the head of column i the last. NA.
," of his steel. Tbe WILL VASTLY STRENGTHEN, THE SPIRIT' OF R. Hudson Burr.. .. i,iiif '
f worthy who nlno wal dashed for verell's guns. UIR. "
along with his chief J.: Ai. Bryan '. "
Tbo armies of Robert E. Lee aDll there by accident. When the Virginian gunners left their pieces. but opportunely TIONALITY. C.: ]>unn:clerk; : Kl""to 31ao

Joo Hooker lay on opposite bunks bill of charged ou tbe farmhouse\ i'elbawnl.hPd the First Rhode Island cavalry, Up to the end of 1898 all the internal affairs of .the countieswere Headquarter and office at TaliiUm' '' ,'p

the Rappahannockllooker getting ; to the front waving his swore] rushed to the point of danger and In a CIRCUIT CO'Ill

r ranks In trim to cross over and pRRII and urging on the troopers with a wilt shnrp band to hand fight drove off tb dominated "by the landlords, who were...always selected by the Minor 8.Jones,Tltusvlllo., i"lI'imltJo
n. K Orlando
J. "KK* lrn'e> iliiiir
i the lank! of Lee on the way to battle shout He was struck dead by i a Virginians. The defeat of the Second as grand jurors. Those grand jurors, without any ac- Sprliiit; !.1-srm-Four Mondnv e.April.,1110/1., '
.' mond. Hut the river was patrolled on shell from Averell's guns and the fiery and Fourth Virginia was not a rout. government Fall 1."lu In %?,,,",b.,

l,' the southern bank by Stuart's slat cavalcade swept on over his body. however. They rode back to the ol< countability to the taxpayers, assessed, collected and expended the 11REVAR1) CObMV' oI'Ul'A.D.Penney. i

"', 1I0r om4'II.. These must bo set cleare fac After Its repulse at the furmhousi ,ground to reform without molestation entire local taxation, they made all county appointments, gave o.ut' D. L laulden.... . .,l'ro..r"lhluor'' '',, '

f. away before Hooker's advance tbe Third Virginia was Joined by Colonel Even the gallant Ithode Islanders, who< and other local af- A. A.I Stew..rt........ .. '""
ftoiithwnnl or the movement would bdiscovered T. L. Koxser'B Fifth Virginia bu made the hardest fight In Averell's column all contracts, controlled all licenses, sanitary Spring, Term-Second Mniui.i\: n, Ma. vMummer
I I ut the start Fltz Lee'" satisfied to have rescued tb.. Term-Hocond' Moinla\' Aiimi
in a second effort both were were fairs. Fall Term-Second Monilin m NovmibmWlnte .
main camp\ was pt Culpeper Cow buck by the rapid carbine fire of tin battery. in ((Term-Second :Muiiiluj ,n ttbni,
law which into operation
the rlvci. The local came
( House some miles back from Pennsylvanians and Averell's guns. With the retreat of the Secom new government COUNTY SCHOOL IIOARli'

"{Kr; Ills strongest; guard; stood watch aKelly's Meanwhile Fltz-Hugb Lee's right had and Fourth regiments came Averell' January, 1899, transferred all those right from the landlords to R.. E. Mini, Superintendent KimaventiMemberni

r' ford, the best crossing of the charged Avercll's left and ridden al chance to destroy Fltz Lee's brigade. the AND UNDER THEIR NEW TOWERS THE PEOPLE II. Andrews J., Cooou M. Dixon; J. K! *ult7.HitucebliCOUNTV |lituiti

,\* region above Froderlcksburg.! most up to the b ttery. Thin charge Lee's men bad been beaten- In fat people, .

\' Hooker ordered General William \V ot. was aho repulsed the Federal troopers fighting. They were fewer In numbe HAVE MADE THE SITUATION VERY UNCOMFORTABLE : J. R. Walker chairman.COMMISSIONERs, Tltusville: John

I Averell to ride out with his brigade, making a gallant; countercharge. than the enemy by almost three to one THEIR OLD !TASKMASTERS.\ -* rtlot, Indlanolai K. A. COllkllll'flliI"oo'J\ ,
\. 3,000 troopers and smash Fltz Leo'ibrlgude. Finding" his force outnumbered three and had suffered moat In the fighting FOR C. Jones, Quay i .1. F. Hell, Alim'
t.' Hut they bud clever scout! to one Fltz-llugh Lee decided to meet But Averell excused himself from further The enormous reductions in their ill gotten incomes and the Hosalonx are held first COUNTY Mondu" )OKKII in each ERa:numuiMKEVARD ,

In the cumiis of the Army of Northern bli. the foe pn ground of his own choosing attack on tbe ground that he had loss of their local and influence have brought about such a A.n.Penney Tltusville;. i "unti\ Jnii,, ,
''t Virginia. Avercll had barely ne[ drew buck and formed his line nt heard the drum beat of Infantry In thi power D. L. Gnuiden. TltiiBvllle; 1'nn AI;

rr' tents on the north bank when Genera the edge "of an open field 000 yards : Confederate lines the night before. change of heart in the landlords. that they are now as anxious to J.A.K.A.Woolen.Stewart' Cocoa TltiiHvllle.. THX( mayO AMCMK.

[b. Robert E. Leo at sent Frederlcksburg, a telegram to fromt. bIll wide. Four rnmion crowned a knoll that Fltz Lee's position was. protectot sell out as tho tenants are to buy, and the landlords are the ones John. W.IIahLTitnavale Henry, \.Titusvllle. .. ._ 'r.i Trtuitt. foiieu, ,, ,
headquarters *blch overlooked the roudwuy. Aver by rUle pita and the guns protected Iry; iiunaventure
K. 111 Sup l'IIb.11
r.. nephew putting him on his guard, and ..U'" column followed the retlrh1"Confl'lI"I'1i 'earthworks. IIe could not attuck hy; who have most earnestly besought the government to step in and .r. n. Frtes, TliuHvlllo, ( .iinittSunn,'

ti It by nightfall of the 10th KHz Leu's owl tell ruptdly and nmrclilnj the flunk and believed that a direct ut. settle the J.'.P. IIrowlI.'l'ILl/avllle,. sin
question.Recognition W.S.Norwmxl, Tltiinville RotlHtrotmnUttTITUSVILLE !
1- word that the riders li
ornate brought hithought
In fact
through u wood suddenly came uponr.PO' tack would t'1\lln dlsimtor.
'; bluo were only nix miles from Ielly'sf,1 : .. battery and troopers in their new : Unit withdrawn! In the face ot TOWN, t'OIi, IL
n. A. "Print,mayor; Van Warier) mahdtax "
f,1 ford and aiming for that crossing.FItKHugh loulUon. The wide field on the Federal the eUl'1l1YYou III be extremely hazard: coll etort It. b.!: Marls Jr. filer mil,! "tiirer >

', Lee kept twenty sharp side was covered with dry stubble ills Hence. lie gave It up and nlllrl'bedhack of God 'Ins the' Constitution : Joint henry tux ,HtuHt or.. .J) ,.Kit
and 1m .. A. A'urgun, L. A. Itrndy. I I' 11,1''amljarruthers
t W; hooters at the ford regularly which was on fire. Fltz-Uugh Lee'i across the Happiihannock.Fltz (' rounfiltnun The '<'ouncll! ni

, ,' mediately sent down forty more nt sl guns raked the roadway !but In the Lee lost KM) men and 15O horse!! I POTTER of Mew! York' first Tuesday 111 each month
I l 1(, gallop. The sharpshooters hud bull) ace of It all the Federal troopers killed or wounded\ double tile buttli By Ji TITU8VILLK I1OAKU OF TKAI'EO. .

'( pits for cover and lay awake nil nigh rushed on beating out the flames with casualties. miwtnlned. by hiM optionentiEOIUSR HERE ARE..'A 'GREAT MANY' OFr US WHO THINK urer.. M.J.Uobhlnt'.I're.hllnt. "' to meet the enemy. The ford was obstructed their overcoats and blankets us they ( L. K I LSI Bli. nlitht In each month al tli.'Ir n nnihrRKE ,
; with fallen trees and the op all Vit nCI.I. WE COULD; MAKE THE NATION RELIGIOUS BY AND ACCklTbl; MASONS.

p. polite approach barricaded and with' a hewn network On looking the ground over Averell Too Great a Itlsli. ,. ::4P MAKING: THE STATE; MORE CEREMONIOUS IX the Indian second River and Lodge fouriL,Frldny 1'10.110. loath pvenlnir-I'itnium f!,,
limbs saplings
of stout
t. decided not to push the. attack. From In almost every neigliborho Home month, at their lodge\ rl.'hh.lllth.rb"'
to a sharp point. Averell's advance appearances which were deceiving he TOO has died from an attack of colic or TS ATTITUDE TOWARD CHRISTIANITY. at 7:3"i: o'clock ]< in. J. L l'"lllw W.

i( guard twice tried the ford about 8 a.PI mon .. bought that the Confederate !battery jholera morbns, often before medicine Just now there are people laboring in the .United States-bishops F.A. Morgan ORDER, Beo'v.OF EASTERN STAR
' the 17th and was driven buck. sould be procured or a physician sum
. :
earthworks and the ground
was behind Ko. 11, hnl Averell men from reliable f., theta them-to have a recognition of God put into the con Friendship Chapter
nally picked twenty was such that he could not curry It by noned. A remedy r among .. the MaHOnlo Lodge room Tltunville I I 01 I
I \ his brigade and calling upon Lleuten ammunition ilxeaaes should be kept at hand. Tin firat Tuesday in oaofi: month at.liWo'clnkp. .nml
hunk attack. His artillery stitution of the .
country.IT ;
( rink Is too great for anyone to tako.Chamberlain' the Iblid Tuesday each numb at
lmpertectwhile that of "'It.-Il ugb The following\ the nftlccn"
wan 'clock > m.
and i
the Colic, Cholera. DIAr- IS INFINITESIMAL TO GET A RECOGNITION OF GOD INTO the IcdKr I Mrs. H. R. Wilson I worth"armMr. ,
Lea was terribly deitdly. hoes Remedy has undoubtedly Raved RECOGNITION J. 1.. Carruthers worthy imtren MiwK.
made a target ota THE CONSTI.TU'TIO COMPARED WITH GETTING A Mrs. M A. bcrliugo
t Confederate gunners the lives of mote people and rellevec Stewart' Asuo.Matron;

; lying troop of Federals they invariably more pain and suffering. than any other' OF GOD INTO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE. MEN AND WOMEN uHus secretary Kline; Mr.Coniluctrem.J.' lII. IIxen l; MItsatndlestetx) Treammr' X

landed a shot medicine In use. It cnn always be dojonrled OF THE STATE. ARBO. C'umiV.i. Mrs Ue.... W, Huilw' .Mt,V>,,>,
For sale all druggisti rarrnthers. Rmh ; Mrs Ono M.Iloblm
f. Seeing that Averell would not take upon. by J. I. Miirtlia Vlw AI.!
Rather Mr. F. A. An.rifiin
medicine dealers. ,; ,
mod ,
Lee ordered a R Wulkei. rlMr
Fltz-Huglr fclecra
the Initiative M Iliii*, &':' ; Mrs
'I r grand cavalry charge. It wan a rash F. 1. 1110,rIll II, liaidali Alta T 1.t
; venture and one' he Mould not have undertaken ELIOT A BICYCLIST. An Ideal American Standard of SuccessARTHUR more Bun'III"lllIlrM has. Ii Wiltoi Manh.\

after the blue and gray bath
., Although Nrnrly Seventy. itavvnrd'a Offer.
roused !sabers u few times as they did .' Takp Dally H! frequentlyhereuter. In''' 18G3.! He putevery
A bleycle'riding college president at THE TIME BE NOT FAR DISTANT WHEN WE SHALL -
squadron In. leaving no reserve!' the age of threescore years and nine b I;! M The Fl ilda. Fruit and l 'I'ulrk..rothe <) f
and having nothing for his troopers to the latest claim which Harvard unl ry ESTABLISHED IN OUR COUNTRY A STANDARD OFI.SQ new monthly joutnal, ilevotedwpfiillv '

I; rally, on lu erase. of defeat except the verity now has to put forth, says tCambridge ; I TO BE HELD BEFORE:: THE RISING: GZNEHATICNT :::: to the luteii'M- ''I". 1' <"" ">i>dvi
four gnus of his/!! battery. Averell's but ,table growers of the MH'Ii> i i nbiitbit '
I special) dispatch to the New ONCE PRACTICAL AND IDEAL-PRACTICAL! IN THAT IT WOULD "I'll1'1"For '
tl'rylll\1l 150 rounds of serviceable ammunition 0",11"t $1 a ye.' r. >iiijl') <
It held In reserve In anticipation York Times. While Crimson studentsare 3RING HOME TO EVERY MAN THS:::: REOPONCIB.'LJTY! :: : !: FOR DOING: a limited. time a .Ix m.'iillin' II'
t In their on fine nli8Cirs '
rooms *
of charge.. When Lee's trooper WORK WHICH THE COMMUNITY NEEDS; IDEAL IN THAT IT nbi-crlpilon will be sent to new
spring mornings\ I'resldent Charles W both Poe Fmlt 81'
/ for 25! cent Or
r, rod forward tile buttery opened with Eliot Is up taking a brisk spin through WOULD MEASURE HIS SUCCESS NOT ONLY BY THS: PRIVATE Truck Irowor and beinl-\Vuekl TiroK'
: changing to spherical
lIhl'lIt\ t.rwiO yards:
Cambridge on his wheel. Mrs. Eliot GAIN WHICH HE CAN COMMAND, BUT BY THE;: PUBLiC CSRVICE: Union for *1 25.: Or, wl'h the Thrice-
r I care nt I.MX) ) yard and to double
Yuck, l>oihmeja
( \ slotted canister at 400 yards.Lee's usually accompanies him for although WHICH UNDER GOD'S PROVIDENCE, IT HAS BEEN! ;: GIVEN;: TO HIM Week World l of N. w
only u few years younger than her bus tor $l.2a.: I
1'oUl.thlrgtnlll regiment encountered ro RENDER. PuI UCalaFh)
L.. J. BRUMBY; ,
mud she !I. equally strong and' healthy
n rail fence when half W1l3'n'rOMS
I nd for outdoor exercise.
the field and the! troopers tore
1'ivwldetit Eliot In spite of his age Is
It down under a galling! tire from
Federal carbines This regiment with one of the halest and heartiest looking Omclal Supply House of The llllnoU Fishermen's Association I _
I men In Cambridge. lie walks like u .g 8
the} Second Virginia, ros; tltuted
Lees )'oUI1I1111111.. with lilt bond welt up and V) t The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

Ills .shoulders\ buck, and goes through a iI: ,

dally routine of college work which r Manufacturers of- .

would break down many H younger ::J

man. He Is. perhaps, the best examplen

, the country of an Px-atlilete who Instill R1 i
\\ keeping himself. In trim. for. although () a i I

1t' ; lie no longer rows on ibrrard'a Is I c=
crew he .still takes exercise mid oo

much attention to his ; o I i
aft )Ors. fully as 0
1 Il;, uyslcul as to his mental nleda.tlnchln.ry OywA '2 I > :c
s =,

COLONEL rELHAM. BfUAUT'tt HOY AUTILLK1UBT Iluwd Improvement. -oJ a.., n M
0 t: LkAUlNO: TRill vn"KOLant =
Each of the chief N 5
Tbe tendency of the present age Isoward 0 S FISHING NETS of De criptlon>
of the body In a ; Oa == and Netting Every
; S. .\.. Brown of Troop G.i. FirstRhode organs of wherever > z
Island cavalry told him to( link in the chain of life. use machinery = 0 .. .., I Dealers In Seine t wine, Maitre Cord, Rope Etc. 'f
anil .
in the of
i.!; A chain in no stronger voHMlble. improvement Fishermen.
Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the
'" cross that ford and not return until soordered. 00CK '" 0 (. Ill
of kind the use of
than its link ilghways
weakest every
When Drown reached the LD P j- r" I 71)-g1-1i0; E. Indiana 'it.
the body no strongerr.. Itching( and roadmaklng machines andf I I ..Mention The ADVOOATE In letter... '
he hud but sixteen <.J
middle of the current than its weakest organ.If > heavy road rollers Is of the first liulortance I f\- to -
followers and, making, a rush there is weakness of f It economy and efficiency areo Ve are Members of the Illinois Flahermen's Ass c J-
reached the enemy's pita with but two heart or lungs liver or J go hand In hand. The use of prop.'rappuratutt U) g [ s.
wen nt hU buck.. Hut the during fellows kidneys i there is a weak for of thenudbod n"a' .

their had carbines made that such the a good sharpshootersretreuttvl tight with ,link which! in may the chain snap at of any life and the the subsequent shaping up hardening J Si r- C :8AS .--s-r.-"C'"M-: : : t L C o.

time. Often this so- : ot Its surface la of paramount Impor- Mr

l and Ilrowu captured twenty- called "weakness" is 11.J ante, and every supervisor of public ; Is SIT InD w. BaySt., JACKSONVILL'E.en '. FLA.
live belated whose horse holderstiiuipcdod
{ ones caused lack of
by nutrition oads should have at his dllCl' --i
and left them without }
the result of disease least during a part of each year, therachlnery c ....
Uiouuti. of the stomach G
and other J e
above referred to. In con- =
\ Averell quickly crossed hU brigade/ organ* of digestion and Is"I.rln" the building of roads In rural r
nutrition. Diseases o f Q E S FULL r FUt.L
for fear of attack while ntnidilt] of a
the stomach and its allied\ istrlcts the matter of low first cost (-t ..
.. the stream. The current was very swift I a 0en
organ are cured by the mat always be kept In vl.v.hlle
and in order to prevent wetting the artillery use of Dr. Pierce Golden tbls may appear IO01UI'If.'llit high on ac. ...... 'S

iiinmiinltlou In crossing It was Medical Discovery count of the purchase of machinery If r: 0oX = EtpRf5S) fXPAESS
curried lu tbe nosebags of the horses. When the diseased. ; i PREPAID
stornch svernl townships Join I..' the purchasef ,,. C'
The troop went Into line of battle .as is (cured diseases of 'cost of PRfPAIDei
th-i required outfit the each f
soon as th.>y were over but seeing no other organs which seem 9 1 2 l
will hardly be felt and the results obilned ''II 3Y'
enemy marched out on the different remote from the stomachbut -
road leading from the ford With hU. which have their will fully justify the invest- i g r ?

right resting upon the river .\ver.'IIIIJ., origin in I diseased condition of the ment. $49
stomach and other of
organs digestion
ij Winced his left to n good position for and nutrition are cured also. World Wide Iteputatioii. +' i affil QtSg
battle and halted with his shurpshoot' .
"I w. In poor. health when I commracrdinking White's Cream Vermifuge baa achlevI m I ) m t
era behind a stone farm fell' Doctor ...",..'* niKiivlnM,* waken Mr.
Flu-Hugh Leo held buck In order toY Elmer La.I..... of Volra, lefferaoii Co.., lad. .i a world wide reputation u being tbebe8t ID
had Motnich. kidney heart, and Inns >aaa.Ii. of all worm destroyers, and for Itstonlo I H
make sure that Averell was crossing atKelly's '\ .* not able to do any work. I b.d aster.rough Influence on weak and unthrifty S"i Only s
sad hnnorrhas- of the I lung boot ..A.rtarns GI
Instead of a ford blither up. illdren as it neutralizes the acidity or g t '
your mrdicin whll. I>o.4 t. DELIVERED ; Y SN
When bis scouts told Averell's. post rain ia Btrcnith and fl. h. and ......peeI covchng lurnoss of the stomach Improves their ri for 12 Qt
tlon. be quickly rode down precededby : right Wedicnl away. Took about' her ads bottle* ..1'Gotdea gestlon, and assimilation of food 9
DllOCOft"7. I Uke.
mounted sharpshooters, and formed I gladly rrconme.dyettr audidnc.o reogtheas their nervous system and J $ 1229J
the Third Virginia cavalry for tbe an sufferers, for I know It aural...' store them to the health, vigor and Jj $909

rhnrjjp. The Virginians swept down the The use of Dr. Fierco's Pleasant Pellets astlclty of spirits natural to childhood.
will that fool :ISc: at B. R. Wilson A Son THuiTllle.
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rofesaionat Cards. PROPER DIET! The Coroner's Quest Law.13y Kxample For Federal CoinnilsnlontTho K<*ui-ii<*",.,,,,.,, tin Notional /leant.. Women Well Men
as as
: n special lid vt the New York' iiuin<>rou<4 nml varltnl cotnmN. "I'l.ewar departtuetit: Is niakl'i;: tueneicHsory

I liO.: M. BOBBIN'S, legislature In luoi) Erie county in sloes sent out by the general) govern ; )preparations for carrying I Are Made Miserable by .

ct: which the city of Buffalo la located niejgt to perform Hpeclnl( taatta might Into (effort s > fur, n<< the federal government -
AND Trouble.
ATTORNEY IJ was provide with u system of coroners learn a. \.il'iillo. le5H4)n: In econouij; is coiu-crui'il. the provision Kidney

ATLAW.Bi which was generally agreed} to trout the II lit hi'"'''Ite' commission, which!: of the new mllltla: law. Since the first.

nrMtloD ..n State and United States be more scientific and rational than made a n>iti:irkahly good showing Ir Adams nil the presidents of thi United Kidney trouhta preys upon the mind,' dlscouragcsandles3ensambitionbeautyvlgor'- +
1 '
H Court. the archaic system which survives the matter of expenditures.: ) States have recommei.ded, In one foru ; ,

Office at TITUBVII.I.B, FLA. e Notice. elsewhere] In the state Under tlila .Although the commission was lu exIstcnee or another'the vstabllKhuietit of a nu"nllnl t.;+f'1,: t'-' disappear and cheerfulness when the soon kid. t

system the medical Investigation of a live iiiuntlm to u du; sad In nl. mllltla which would l>e more effectlvo neys are out of order

GAULDEN Ix nnnT'JT COURT nt" THBSKVEXTlI JITdlrlaltlicnltur death Is connded to luiHllcul wen and most continuous .sesHlou. cue expense than, that created under state I,'i -- or diseased. r r'r t
Florida In and for Hrevard
il L County. In Chancery. UKU.O. the legal Investigation should such bo for nahirles and per dleui couipensiitlorr mllltla laws. The requisite machinery become Kidney trouble has I ..
so prevalent
[ ATTORNEY-AT-LAIV,. F. Pa.mimmi proved or Indicated] to be. necessary to was only $18.000.! &"t three!' ol for such' an efficient force of cltlxeisoldiery that It la: not uncommon ,

all the Courts of the State Henry Uhuateal et alTo / Order of F'uDllcation. lawyers. the fouiuiNhluncrs. hoineer. drew nnlurlca. quickly uvullublu for natlonn l l for a child to be born :. I;." '

J I'lorld' practice'and in cue United 8taW Court James P. Thorns bin wife :Mrs .Tames P. The nurdlclt Inquiry Is the most conspicuous (;ieuernlVllson, Judge Gray", defense, w as. It Is btlleved. supplier' d 't. '' afflicted with weak kld1 I.,, t{'

*, Trrusvnjjc FLA. Thorns, and ElIthI..Tho"' . by the enactment of the last congress. m "- neys. If the child urln- r J
I Bos.I33.: avenue Jlilcniro/: III. ates too often If the '
(1 I i i. j;
/You are ",..-h of you ordered to appear to the hm yet been applied and the fin lng8. Wright, having salaries ai government To carry It Into effect! tho co-operation urine tha flesh or If, when the child ,

J. WEBB, bill the of Clerk-a rooi plaint uiHoeof In the thin above court antltedcauaeat at Tltimvtlle. which take the place of the old faub- officials, drew no salaries for their of the several states II! necessary. roaches an age when It should ba able to t'

Jo"lurltla. on the Bret day of June t'MW! and tn ilo lowed verdict of un Inexpert coroner's services on the ('011I IIII..son.] K. I,:. though some of them appear to be control the passage it Is yet afflicted with i

I ATTORNEY -LAW,. hnve further considered anil. rareivn in this what Ivuhnlf.our aald court shall ;Jury under Inexpert coroner, appearto Clark I'.lsliop Spaldlng amid ThomnII. < quite Indifferent as to the matter. tha bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of .
difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first
the It 1i* dim-toil unit this order be piiljllnlii-.i Wntklinvere.pald ouch $ l.0)0 and The federal I however Isready r'' '
Iv'lll practice In the Courts of 7th with as little delay| | a* niav h.. In : have all the drawbacks and Infirmities government step should be towards the treatment of '
Kilt Taxes paid for non-resident niAST ADVOCATE, pnhllalit.' at 'rinwvllle. of ancient "crowner's quest law." the per diem( of $Ii: each. The. other to do Its sharo of the work and<< mesa Important organs. This unpleasant .

j rents and accounts collected. weeks Florida; and once that a within weak, twpnty fur four iUyn con from'twtirlva the; The long continued and nnuHontlntf commissioners and the two assistant Secretary Hoot will have officers of trouble Is dye\ to a diseased condition of the !

t FLORIDA.. law hereof a o"J'y hereof lie pasted at the door public inquiry did little else than give rot-orders also received' the per diem the regular army Inspect the national kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as ,
of the court Inline of li..vard l Cimin v,and that most people suppose. I '
the clerk ni'iid by until a copy heron to each of publicity to the prurient tletnllt of the of $15. Two. stenographers received guard of every; state during! the present Women as well JS men are made miserable '

D. PENNEY, above the above named deloda its at tholr ail.lrem an amours of Peiinell und Mrs. Uurillck $0 a day. year. There are some 2,000 companies with kidney and bladder trouble ,

Done And nnlereil at the Clerk's Oftloe at TltiiHvllle and to indicate that Pennell had R Payments for special) trains; when time located In 1.750 places to bo v lulled and both need the same great remedy. >,i
T-LA W : ( ATTORNEY-A 1903.IL.. motive for the killing of llurdlck which commission innde Inspections of the and Inspection made as to their Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold ;

118VILLE, FLORIDA S.] Clerk A of A.STEWART the Circuit Court., the police and district attorney wust mines and breakers were made out of' condition and requirements. In this by druggists In fifty- ""

In all the courts of the 7th GEO. ?. RODIIIM Icy (ill practice Attorney for I'lalntllt. '
Judicial Circuit. As generally conducted, the coroner's who toolt till statements. of 5C3 witnesses what may l> needed and how to deal sizes. You may have a[ : U '"

received about $2,0, as they with ouch sample bottle by mall '
quest Is of doubtful value In tixlng the company. *
Application for Tax I>eeil tree, also pamphlet tell- 110m.o'.WUMDOO.Ing i
A. FROST: responsibility for homlcldu lu any Ue- were permitted to furnish duplicate Under thi law the militia of every all about it. Including many 01 the

Under Boo. of Cbap 4>w8/ Law of Florida gree or lu bringing to J justice the perpetrator copies of the testimony,, outsiders, state Is given until IPOft to adopt "the thousands of testimonial letters received "

ATTORXET-AT-LAW Notice In hereby given that' John W. Mont of the crime. lu some in for which they made special charges, orgtanlzatiouarmamentnnd discipline" from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
of Tax
purchaser .
Certlncate o & Co., Binghamton N. Y. be and
ill practice In all the Courts of the 7th 2,HI, ilutod the and day of.Iiilv. A. 1). I1NH. stances ns in the liufTalo case even and from which they received over as provided i for by UK statute, but at mention this sure '
ban flied Haiii certlHnate paper. 1'
in otlloe
and l him
Judicial Circuit. made application lor tax dueil my to lamia in acoordaiiie with Improved system of Inquiry it I $20,000. They were willing to do the unit tlmo the standard/ must. be rear

FLORIDA. with law. rertltli-nte embrace Is positively Injurious. The public's Investigation government work very cheaply. There \trod and thereafter bee-omen n requlrobent 'fr'I
Titusvii-LE, the rAllowlnleleM..rlha,1: property situated lln
Itrevard county Florida, to-wlt: E.10 acres of of such a salacious: case as were many small items of expense for AM the mllltla, to participate In
Lntl, Sei-tton 81, Township 20 "Houtli Range: j
-BEDERICK A. MOROA&, KiiHt. The Halil land being a'RU8ne.| at the date this In buffalo, which has lately filled meRSl'nJl'rl. janitors notaries clerksof the government appropriation. must

of the. W.1",nnii J\olltltl/m..ry.<'o of minh crrtlllCHte Unless said In curtltloate the II\meuf.I. the public nostrils> with an unsavory courts and similar Items of outgo. e 1111'01'11to the .standard there will be

Abstracts of Title. shall I he reik>..,iiiuil aot'ordlni.. to law tux dum odor', can only have an unwholesome In nil the commission: cost the government no oljeet lu delaying the matter, unless

will: home thereon I : on" the: 2nd day of Stay' A. \) tllt'.I .Ill'St.IIUUl of $03.000: or ( It Is the Intention to maintain uu
tEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, r91'J)) WitnvxK my olllclal Hi nntnte" and seal;I effect on public morals. It Is likewise

this the 'Jiiil day of April, A. U I nn.C.rt.Seal a waste of time and money; Hlnce, bud $12.0OO less than congress appropriated Independent! state: uillltlu. However. It t
Public .
Limns Notary [ ] A \ .BrKWART.Clerk r -
; Circuit Court, Krevord County Kl"rida tbe'lIlIdln1I1'1'n regarded\ as sutUclent. to defray all the expenses. At the Is not probable Unit icily; state will I I I can .

,Elections, Typewriting, Stenography to base a warrant upon and hud the time when $,">0OOO was voted It one to'deprive Its mllltla of the aid) and

TiTtwviLLE, FLA.A. Application For Tax Deed. suspected person been still alive It regarded! as u rather small appropriation Instruction provided by the government I, w rte II I ;

for the undertaking. The record for both ofTccr mead loco t'
Under Sea., Chap 4IH8.! Laws of FlNOTICK woulil have been necessary to go allover !'
FROST. WADE II. JO.VKS! H I1UKKHY: GIVEN THAT ALBERT the matter again before the grand of the 0111 commission lu thin'regard Armed wltli1 flic. siiuiv nuns as tho w'r

& JONES puri-hnxer, of Tax C'unlni-at jury. It would be to the moral advantage Is In favorable contrast with the expense regular troopand organised./ the
FROST ;1/0.4:", dated the 2nd day or July A. D. ; lu
HKIl, bait filed said I vert llt'iatx In my otlli-e and ot the community and the expedition accounts of the usual government name way amid pjrtlclpatlng ill, the eucainpuientH -
haft made application for tax 'Ie" to leave In aocorcliiore .
IEALESTATEAND INSURANCE, with l.iw. ftjild cerllrl ate embraces of Justice to have such Investigations commissions and congressional. of the army the 1

the following d! t-rlbeil prop ity situated In Junketlug committees. national I guard should become an etuilent
Loans and Collections ltrevanlCuantyFlorl'hato-wits. : : Lot 8, anbil.: ol conducted privately before grand : A
Lots il, 4 'S Heutlon 111''iol Townnhlii: : 23 dimth.oflUnire Juries without resort to the "crowuer's. force( icudy for Immediate servco -
TITUSVII.LB FLORIDA. 3' .; Toe land being aHHemed I at Culture In America.In : t
the data of the IttHiianneof fltii-h certificate In the quest law" In any form. Silk lu cuse of uu emergency.
name of Mrs. Laura Hall iKulute.) Uulenit nail t- mi i | i the lust fiscal year the United -- -- Mrs. Fred
cortilloaie unall be miieemod according to law
"E0. A. WOR LEY, tax lard will issue. thereon on the nub day olM.iv. Cures When Doctors Fall. States Imported $ 2.oa.3a: : worth of Tourists Try Comfort.It Irt>.lu>nt e'onnery club, Den'..
A. 1>.lKH.wltnesH !) and at the IliurlM. 11I1.,...
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. my official signature and Real this the :)Ira. Frank Chlanion, Patterson, T.n., raw silk for manufacturing k I :what Its name Implies. If yoiare After my fiat baby was born I did not

Doral practice, in State and Federal Itlth[ Ct.of April Real], A. 1)1UW.A. A. STEWART writes June 8>h, 10D1 "I had malaria same time Imported $32.040,212 worth troubled with your bladder kidney, item to regain my strength though( the I

Courts. All business entrusted will Clerk Circuit. Court of llrovard County lorlda fever In very bad form, was under treatment of manufactured silks. It goes with- iheuniatlum or heart trouble, take Com doctor !gave( ml a tonic which hi coiuld- 1

receive prompt attention.Icnoral by doctors, but as HOOD as I stopped out saying; that If this $1i.OI: ) >OOOO worth fort. It Is pleasant to take and !jarml IIA. ered very superior\ but IniUad of getting '
taking/ their medicine the fever All druggist, Loco( a bottle. II. It. Wll better I !grew weaker every day. My hut. '
have all been
Counsel for the Tuttle Estate. Notice! of Speclnl Legislation. would return. I used sample bottle of of Imported silk could son .t Son agents at Tltll vlllo; (For bind Irulited that I take,WIne of Cardui

Miami. > tlerblne, found It helped ma. Then made III the United States It would further parlloulari, write your troubiei: for a week and tee what it would do for

MIAMI, FLORIDA. NOTICEISIIEREa'! ,Ie IVKV THAT Al'PLI-of bought two bottles which completelycured have been an Immense benefit to the to the Afco Chemical Co., Jacksonville, me. I did UK the medicine and w
to the Lexlnlature
tlM State of Florida at Us approaching me. I feel grateful to you for furnishing country. While It U hardly to be expected Fla. grateful to find my strength and {
TEPUEY E. FOSTER, nemilon fur the: paeeaga| ot a npeclal act author- such a splendid medicine and In lowly rttu-nlnj. In two week I waa out
l/.inn the formation of the Fifth IC a can honestly recommend It to those uftarfnir of bed and In i month I was able to take

ATTOlt EY-AT-LAW, tirevard, for county the purpoHa Into a or ntiecial' annfttrnrtlnK inijirovemenllUtrKit good! / from malaria It will surely cure this country all the silk we use, at least As vernal spring. cornea on apace dp my uiualdutlei. I am very inthuibaiile

road In $ald l ..district and, IHHIIIIIK: bands and I them." Hetblne, 50o bottle! at 'Vil on'*. not tor some generations Secretary them arise thought of the annual or In IU prilM" -
Oyal-Upclmrch Building, Jar levyintt tdXuH on the property In said, tllntrlut to ,
,'JACKSONVILLE--: ( pay lor'.u'>ject tn vote of the,twopli.: News by the Marconi System.A Wilson Is doing commendable work luot'nlnjf nenilannnal 1 lioiiHeclcunlng time, when Wine ot Curd ul rl'lnfol'l't'1 the organs + '
M ItUDAOVANDUi'lIElt4.Conan. ) the way for producing here the'good I housewife subject time inas- of generation for the ordeal of pregnancy '
fee.TlbbalH long *tep, toward the practical ,
I Florida March IP. 1KI3.!) Kit inayKxecntor'M some portion of It. online luembern of the family to all and >-hililbirth. It prevent' mitcnrriuan. e
[V 8, BURXIIAM, M. D. utilization of the Marconi system of Vo woman who taken Wine ,
Under the direction of the department but
Hurts of temporary Ineonvenleno-H\
wireless, telegraphy! :, has been taken In of Caidui nA"'" fear the coming of her ,
Notice. of agriculture. a colony of Italians hi the end make* their place of habitation child. If Mr*. Unrath had taken

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, -- Its adoption by tho Kondon: Times In In Georgia; has set out 25.OOO: ; mulberry (-tean.! sweet and wholesome. AIM Wine of Cardui before her baby came.

Ear, Nose and Throat. To all whom It may concern Its regular transatlantic: news service.In trees and another colony Is on thus suggest the [posMlblo relations heween she 'would! not have boon weakened III 1
TICK IH HEREBY MIVKV: THAT SIX n late Issue of the Times there wprepulllbh'd she was Her rapid recovery should
(1'111' PALM BKACH, FLOKIDA.rva. NO menthe from the ltteof this notice I will two messages of over 100 the way to this country bound for pliyxlcally clean! houws and commend tills great remedy to every

prenent DIY final MOjutintg to the HonorableA. South Carolina where a general distributing : morally clean lives.In expectant, mother.' ;Wine!' of Cardui I
.. D. renuey. County Judge in and for llrevanl Words from Its New York correspondent -
HOUOOTOVS County, Stale of Florida, and apply' for letter station will be established, I the mind of .some philosopher regulates the nienHtnml t flow.
'. iif OlHiulHital an Executor of tae Karate of Harm giving items of American news .
thousands of cuttings
from which mulberry
moral cleiiiillnons onhi
.leopHHn, late of toe County of Brevar. State of sent from America by the Marconi hynlcul grow
KI.OVT1XQ: APAitTMENT9on Florida deceoned. will be sent out. Three stream stoup Mtem. and to them a scrub-
DENTAL JOAN! SORENSeN; wireless system.In WIHEorCARDUIPerryS
Executor or Estate of llaim Jep|>,,en. coolers have been ordered to be set up blI"! irnli 'III not u inert scrubbing
the "Dentos," Jensen, FU Nov.' Id HKtt. 11& in -nioN an editorial article In the same i
accessible to
In different places mOlt !brush, but bristles with ethical posIbllltlen il
Issue the Times says these messages l a
Now AT PALM BEACH. .silk producers. Bulletins( have been and wipe out moral MH. well
the establishment for the first
Notice. mark sued by the (department and requests all pliyHlenl" I fitnlns. while soapsuds I Is

R. M. MASO.V, UTICE IS IIEREIIY'" OIVKN: THAT OJJ: time of the regular commercial .transmission for mulberry stripe. nod egg are received not merely a combination ot water

the 11th ila* of .May. HUM,or BHMOOII there of news by the :'oI1I1'I.'Onl'Om- ut the rate of forty to fifty u\ lye und.. 1 greiimbut.! ;( nolutlon replete 7r
after as I can be heard I Intend to applyto It further announces that the For nearly
the Judge/: or the Circuit Court for Hrevard day.; with morally regenerative propvrtleH.Kury .
DEXTAL-SUUOEON, County for a lineniw" to manage, lake charge of, day by day transmission of news between that bill de half
and control my property and Iwcome a free Secretary Wilson says liouitekeeper know the splrltXual a century
the uew and old worlds by the
dealer In every respect. partment' efforts to promote the Bilk oxaltiitloii that follow the spring I
MAYFOIt/, >A.Foley's K4TB M. ROWII'. Marconi system has been undertaken :
Industry are meeting with gratifying cleaning and It I III mild that a womanIs }
the Times a contract basis.It .
for upon
'TAN'rIJOEVER.f.I'ER: Oof8 OF" CHARV iiccctm, though this IK only a small be never no capable of heiolHin<< a*
\ an'IIt'M,1 reputation In each cite says this marks an epoch In the development i
Kidney Cure (after one In lhl..county requlreil represent of telegraphy. It Is added ginning. The purpose of the department when she lit I conscious''that her pantry Seeds F
(makes kidneys and and advertise old eatahlliiheil wealthy btmtilotiita sea. I Is! chiefly to give employment to Mhelves art speckles sod the curtains
, bladder right.BO of ,did flnar.clul /:. Salary til': that messages. can be sent between ..
here' .I" fmuWnc
'.- weekly with additional" all payalixt Inca the- Idle members of families to whom fresh from the wash. To such a housekeqHV' ",........"'..1_. tlU
..b direct each: Wodnomlav' from head, .,1\1" "". England: / and America by the new system I :" ,
0 $loo) from the culture "skeleton' In the
YEARS ..orneunrt carriage tarnished when nmewarv.Refereiufii rate not much In excess of 't< or n year there I h. no + wata.l;, :I tr..toa.ILVpllwua:;:
EXPERIENCE Enebmedelf: 'addro-pmd I envelope. at n would prove a gratifying/ .']OMt.1," no much to be dreaded u* the I'. M.TFIIUYehe.
Colonial Co.. U4: rtarlion St.,Cblcano.: that for messages between England: y'"j LrtwMIvL r
ncrease of Ineome. In the south where halm-fill visitant dust and dirt and
awl Prance by the old system.Illtherto .
r ARE YOU A BO.tT.BUtLimElt ? If time climatic conditions are especially she would fear no ghostly presence
the Marconi system; hug had l
you are, get one of Walton's Patent advantageous fur silk (culture there Is provided the closet ol1'o..d. nothing In
., the British telegraph companies
Calking fools; Invaluable to boat- to tight plenty of such labor among the coloredwomen the way of disorder to catch a phantom The Largest and Most Comnlate .
M. r:;. hullderu and owners, of boat Calks which have placed every possible and children. Secretary Wilson's
\ :
..* 1 boats more rapidly than any other obstacle In the way of promptly trans.udtting eye. Establishment South.
aJ .iATRADE MARKS tool In the would Price *4 (110 project l Is a good one and should To the true apostle of cleanliness It I I.*

AvvT4* COPYRIGHTS DESIGNS Ac. calking and S.OO( each, at ADVOCATE vtHce* station Its to messages the point from of destination.the receiving 10 reasonable time result In greatlyessenlng quite Impossible that a man could plana GEO. S, HACKER & SON

'nriinii *nk trh and denorlntlnn' met Titusvllle, Fla. our Bilk Import crime. a perfectly ('I*lIn apartment, ,
) tin our oi'iMum, froe whether au e but with so powerful an ally a* the .---
i ho hratenlKhl.| '. Cnmniunlrnililoiitfiil. **!- ---- -- and he would find It dllHcult to believe 1
: :
: I TlAii 1t>nok on Patent. DO YOU WANT500II USTMN'O HEAL Thunderer wireless telegraphy will It l Iff gratifying to learn that the amid .
't noels; for snen.nngpatenn that a black lie could .bo uttered
""on ihronirli Munii A Co "",..r. estate agents endeavoring todl"|M>He of doubtless have a fairer field In Great award of time anthracite coal itrlke'
er' war( heat ell......, In the have for Ale or IlllOtlt'IIM surrounding Hut tbl I III per-
properlY you may for the development of Its mar full effect
any Britain commission boa gone'loto
.v'MtJRc;:: : American. exchange ? 1 If so, send full particular hap currying the thing a little too far
velous possibilities. the anthracite coal regions
.. of what you have, to L. It. Renjamlo throughout as everybody know that there a..' 1
'''ly' lllnrtri'*.il I nratftlr' -
w *>klr. and all bands
f.,r* ran' ."'lenitaejournal.' Term.$3a: Ilanoverton, O.Virginia. of with but little friction vice In high society which have littleto '
iiJ..1' "'""th., eL auld y ll newidealent.wfNS The Texas court of are fairly well satisfied-at least everybody j
& Co 3o1Broadwa, : York against municipal governmerfty do with soap und upon_ which scrubbing ,
ippeals and
U trying to look pleasant ucfpt -
have little effect.
lJlt\\ aTAa t g I gu Wa.h.iton. D.U Homes a commission appointed by the govpruor gracefully what the commission brushes (
be doubted that
It cannot
! U II decided victory for the home However
BANL! E R tin-lit.
gave; there I III moral virtue In soapsuds and
courts decision --
The ---- .
rule principle.
the' most heating salve In the world.ilYliiSEASES. that 'rjcruljb'lng brushes, mop and n o
You learn all about Virginia: Lands, jverthrowa the Ualveston municipal It Is the safest way not to 'leave your -r..9y + "rlfel++ waJ ((1
mode of cultivation feather dusters have. a great ethical
resources, products, commission and, of course nullifies harbingers of spring out In the night
prices, etc., by reading the significance all well a* n nmterlul one. MANUFACTURERS OF
& Send lOots.f zominlstilon rule In every other Texas air just yet; or they may be nipped In
Farmer. with satisfaction -
Virginia Let us. therefore, welcome
Co. Emporla, Va.WQRMS1I. majority' of the court holds that state
Farmer (OUEAT.Y AI.AIt\IIn: : and 1 moral 1't""t'II'rntor.ev'n ,
ire the most fatal of all life.aSts. fuardlnauhlp Is not Justifiable even -. a* a If phyolcal w) are obliged to eat our meal Moulding & Building Material h
corrupt government
result from popular elections. By a Persistent CoiiRli. but I'oriiiAiiriitly for a day or ,two from the top of a Cfllco Warerooms King/ oppo.luCanOOD

r rr Cured! by Chainber- flour barrel. titreet.Charleston .

>()| CVIQ' KIDNEY( CURE Is ,IwLL Ailment lalii's, Cough Itemeriy.H. S. C.

I o Guaractead ,
Remade, :;; :Best la u.Iity. There Is an aching and tired fooling; 1'. Barbnge, a student at law. In For Those "Who Live on Farm
., lo Quantity. the liver! bowels and kidney become Jreenville, 8. C., bad been troubled for Sash Cord and 1
znoney l refunded. Contalnisnedies : ""\7V"XmT3Z3'SJCreamVermifuge: : sluggish and Inactive, the digestion impaired four or five years with continuous rough I),. liergln, Pnni. III.., write: "I Weights, !

with little or no ambition for which lie. ode, "grvaity slammed. me, hate u ed Mallard'. Snow Liniment; al- -t
recognized by em- anything, and a feellog that the whole ausloir me to fear that I wa In the first way rxrommnnded It to my friend., a. I Hardware.

:tnt Physicians as the best for ; bony and mind needs toning up. The stage of ronmimptlon." Sir. limba, ?', am confident there I I. no better made. It

fey FOil .0 TE. D. trouble I., that during winter there baa having seen Chamberlain' Cough Item' to i a dandy for burns." Thone who live Window and Fancy Ga) ,
and Bladder troubles. been an accumnlation of waste matter in edy IdurtlllPd. concluded to try It. Now on farm are specially liable to many

PRICE: 5Oc. and $1.00. Has led all WORM/ Remedies : the syitem. Ilerblne will remove It, *e- read what he aside!<< of let "I soon felt a accidental out, burn and bruises, which A SPEC1 ALTY. ,

n. It. AVILSOX BOTTLE CUAKANTBKD.: cure to> the _rations m right exit andy remarkable change and after union two heal rapidly] when Iillard' ,Hnow Ilnl- .
_ & SON. EVERY goLD BY ALL. PHUCCI8TS. | > its tonic e Sect. fully restore the wajr1 tattles of the twenty-flrecent size, wa ment U applied. It should alwlYII l be Tar I

Paley's r.tNaO: .T < tiMDe and give strength lo place of permanently cured.:' Sold by All drug- kept In the house for ease of emergency, Foley's Honey and '

ores Honey and Tar JAMES F. BALLARD Rws.rrw ... reakoeu. SOc at B. 11. Wilson Jt; don. glat. and medicine dealer 25c:\ boo and 11.00 at n. II. Wilson Son. forchlld, nul ,lCure. No opiates.

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Cashier. ". Cnuhier


.A,WBBBL JOOMAL DBVOTBD TO TB' .BBTBiOrMBHT back Florida bad with the> two hip J
OV 'TH. IlfOIAlf ""... IABBWOBTBI freezes of 1894-5, it I is still going Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
A has increased Authorized
ahead. Brevard county Makes capital, $100 rrv,
much In populationsince tPald up capital '
that time and everything Chronic Invalids. Average deposits, $]I 150,000

H. WALTOH Editor A PnbllsbsIMsoontlnnance look of prosperity. Our blood L'I I -
wears a When the liver is torpid, the bile enters the a.

k / of advti. nmut b. mad.pei.. orange groves and well pineapple worth plantations see-. / a virulent poison; then conies that train of Liver III.FA'1 Transacts a General Banlin
are a sight.
.ally at till* office or by writing.Obmk.eto. .
r ing, and we all know the present N'SIVER "
I ., maybe made payabl to CH..BLII.r' outlook is excellent :for the return J>ILLS t Business.

.. WiLTOJ,publisher. of many thousands of dollars from

the north for our fruit crops. And r ur W; Largest and Oldest Bank on the R4elt ,

| BOSTON OFFIOC-TBB KAST CaAsr Ai>vOATt < this is I not saying anything about aud Tea Ie'Pellet. arc the only Treatment that gives t Exchange bought: and sold on all ]rurolgs,
Atlantic Bvenui !fF
404 ;
otllo" at
bas opened an The
Boston, which will b e In charge of Mr, Claud our immense vegetable crop. the liver just the right touch and start Nature'swork Countries"

I'..t 0.Walton. increase in the number of Florida'sinhabitants in the right msooer. The Pill touches tbs y Patronage appreclate-:;: Prompt'
according to the official I treatment and favor ,xlxtantwliheup
liver, the Pellets tone the system. 1 ,1 s rvative tanking
arID: writing. fc>the ADVOOATB far,Informi census returns, amounts to near- os. 1:1: grautod.
Sstmpl end Boohl Frs.. ( '
\ tlon of any kind the writer will olilua by emits about 35 per cent t1' CORRESPONDENTS'i
ly 138,000, or t i Seaboard National Hank of New York
f. atarnl.e.I.. ddre.M d envelope. Complete Treatment Bank ,, I5'
lag a more than It was it 1890. This 'b 4tI T.-r:;::_...J", National ofJaykaonvllleFt ,
l lt e with the in- e,4 2S d.y1as cts. __
.. Addr. all communication to compares favorably ": ".rJ.TUSVILLE: FLA.
southern States. N.,1 nra ..4 ar."
r. EAST COAST ADVOCATE crease in other '- -
TITaev..."..Tl.OV.IDA.U. The population of Florida by -

I, ___. ., .' _.. ,._ _. .. counties, according to the census THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
is as follows :
8. Department of Agriculture report,
Alacbua. ,:I:24:.!: T.eon" . ,10,887
,', Weather Ilureau-Jupiter, Fla Haker 4,51(1/ ( Lny . 8,603: Sold by B. K. WILSON *: 8OTT TITUMVILIK.' Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Bradford 10.21! Liberty OIIM ------ -.---- ,

The following comparative state. Brevard. G,1118 Madison ,15,410 PICNIC AT TEN-MILE CREEK
teentof temperature and rainfall forth) Calhoun, .. 5.13.1: Manatee 4OH:1: Georgiana. '*'

week ending Tuesday, April 28, 100:}. Cltrua.. 1\.301 Marlon. .21,40:1: and Sidewalk Brick
]\\10:1.! Vitrified Fating
-100l: -1902AT :.!- Clay ..1\.6:11: Monroe. ,,18OOH FORT PIERCE, FlA.,April 20. ..."
. 1IIIiW Ezra Simmons wife and son. Mn.
.. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIX Columbia., ,..17.01111) Nassau Editor: East Coast Adroc.att:
22 70 U 80 70 Dale, ... 4.1r: Orange ..11,374IeSoto Hempstead, son and daughter and Mat-. Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone.262,,
23 78 till 80 71 ... 8.041 Oaoeola. ::1.44DuvaL. -& ter Edward, IP ft Saturday for their summer Twocarrlage/ load a of Indian River people -
at 74 5:1:l 82 ail .. .::11I.1\:1: : Pasco .. 0.0Ii1l borne In Kenosbo, Wla. enjoyed a plcnlo and rlshlng! party at J. K. JIUNNERLYN, General Manager.

2.1 7) 04 83: 71 E..cambla..2H.3U Polk. ... .12.472 Mrs. A. I.. Bruner and daughter, Mia T..n.lllio: Creek,last Fllday. Those who.
and MriK.
20 81 03 "80'> 70) Franklin, 4,81111) putnam, ..11,1141 Beth, came over In the mail boat Tues- composed the party were, Mr. .
27 73: flO! 84 00 Hadsden.,. .]/lO,1: $t. Johns, II.HlISJlamlltob. day to attend the entertainment. They; L. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Justus Mi aDd
28 77 (fl8 83: 74 ... .11.881 Banta Hoal\ 10,203: returned home Wednesday and ltI ra. McDonald! SRrs. George & Baker
Total rainfall for the week: '0.01 Jlernanllo, 3,0:11'1.: 8umler. . 0,187liillaboro Will Ttuple Martin Kreamer John VVyn MeMurray
Departure from normal rainfall for theweek .. ,311,01:1( : Suwannee.. .14M" The Misses Hood and their charmin{ and Jasper Brokaw. Miss Susie Keenh.old ,
: minus O.Od( Inches., Departure Holmes. 1.71J Taylor . .. ::1.1110Jackaon. nieces ,Misses Emily and Edna, let and her friends the MI]sea Anna and
from normal rainfall since January ],, .. .2J.371: Volnllll.10OfJ!: Tuesday, of last week fortuelr sum me, Mamie Holland, of OesMolnes Ia., who 4O1-413 East nay Street. Jacksonville,Florida.
plus 0.52:.! Inobes. J.t7erxon.16,195: Wakulla.6,140 home Keaosho, Wisconsin., ale spending some weeks In Fort Pierce.
Observer. Walton ... .0,3.40Lake. The day was an ideal one for an out-ot!
HAL. P. HABI/IN Lafayette.. 4,1I1i7 Chas. Werning came up from Grant -Makers and Jobbers of-

.. '- -- ----. .--" '" -- ... 7,40'1 ]0,16 Monday, to be at the entertainment. 11e door expedition, and the spirits of All the',
-- Iee. . 3.071 will remain for a few days for a visit party were correspondingly high.

WE acknowledge receipt of the amonu his many friend,; then hn leave enjoyed Ing air through the drive\ the In the piney cool woods fresh morn wher Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

"Report of the Comptroller of the THE government last crop report for 1'arlsi Illinois" where his fileud lie wllllll'emJ. the meadow greeted them with bla ,

State of Florida" and "Message: $ Qt! augurs that the continued prosperity the Hummer. with Capt.Brown. rapturous Hunj(. Ills melody might inspire Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

'Vm. Jennings, Governor of Florida the United States has. for r some words like these:
Rod wife Miss Myrtle Hark 1 and Painting &c. &c.
John Brown nee Listen! First-Class Repairing
to the Legislature, regular ees. time enjoyed will be enjoyed for Baldwin, of I'lunt City: arrived Tuesrt.i; The sweet song: of the lath
slon of 1903." Both books are full some time to come. It estimated jf last week for a long visit with" Mrs Now falls upon the ear, -

of interesting reading matter pertaining therein that the winter wheat crop Brown's paients Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin :>: o pure and high and clear;

to this State. will, barring accidents which may They have decided to Bottle near here Ills free and joyous strain, Screen Door &: WindowFranies
o hereafter amount to 620- much to the delight of their man'friends With joy akin to pain, ,
occur who gladly welcome them back The beam It fills

( THE newspapers have pretty well 000,000 bushel. of wheat, "a compared Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Baldwin, of Geor Ah I barkl the clear air thrills We have just Installed special machinery for the manufacture of screen door

settled it beyond doubt that "Our with 302,072,138: bushels last glaua, wish to express their beartfel With those sweet notes again. and window frames and can make them in all sizes, styles and designs.

Bob" is to be the next Governor of year. Secretary Wilson, ot the thanks to their many friends and neighbors < The place selected for the picnic waR. Can cover them with" plain green wire, galvnnlved wire or 1'OMPEIIAN
this them such pleasant upon the land of Mr. W. J. Tucker, an BRONZE !Screen: wife cloth. V the for prices.
Florida. The lIon. Kobt. W. Davis!! Weather Bureau, -does not lay who gave them a gentleman being; "at home'at :
Saturday, April 25 tinoccaxion genial /: LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
doors of the Republican surprise on EAST COAST
worth and at the that .
, ia a man of sterling prosperity their tenth wedding annlversary. his country residence day, /gay:
I being Office at Knu Gallic, Fla.
I capabilities, and while we have "no party, but to the bureau Thanks for the tin and aim the party a warm welcome throwln and FORT PIERCE.
and house to their Yards at EAU OALLIE,
axe to grind," the ADVOCATE is with over which he has control. While good dinner furnished by theIr friends. I and open entertainment his grounds with true Souther use -

him from beginning .to end of hla the wheat crop shows most satisfactory Saturday nearly everyone was to bi hospitality -

race for the Florida governorship, figures in the'new report, Been with a basket of lunch going to tin Poles hooks and lines were brough & O'Hara
h other northern crops present an south end of town. All arrived at tin Into requisition and some members of Hodges < ,

excellent showing BO there seems hospitable home of A. A. Baldwin, abou lobe party fished with zeal arid patience.
GOVEKNOK Odell of New York, ; ...Manufacturers and Dealerslln.( ..
that the 10 o'clock. It was tile tenth anniversary; worthy of a better rewind, until dlnne
will attend the dedication ceremonies every reason to suppose of their marriage and the surprise party time; but alas! the fish were wary, and Koiifdi
at 'the World's l<'alrp St. northern farmers will have a prosperous was a complete nuocesH. A Inrge table. Miss| Mamin Holland crowned hersel and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

his stall year."I'ARxEIt was made In the yard under the timbrel with laurels, and was voted the heroin... Dressed
Louis, accompanied by la trees Rod It was loaded with the good of the occasion, by landing the only flsl Orange Box Mends, Fruit and Vegetable Crates MuuldiagsShingles, etc.Mills ,
t. and escorted by several regiments tlHnlK to eat that the good sinter oUoorgliiuu caught. It was a beauty, and she will and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
,fI, of State troops. An appropriation of New York for the know so well, how to fix for have a Huh story to relate when she get to any part of the Slate. Address: Hodges & U'Haia, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
has been made by the legislatureof Presidency," ia the slogan of practically Just such uccHolons. Forty-two sat hack to Itwa.Ve.don't kn.iw what wa
the of democrat of prominence ilownto" enjoy t the feast prepared, and the trouble with the young men, upoi
$50,000 to pay expense. every South and West. Kveti' how they uppieclated It was proven by whom we had depended to furnish llsl The Oiliest Established Grain and Seed House In the Slate
in the
this trip. the way It disappeared. Then the "lie for our repast. We. are afraid thel
In the East: Judge Parker's name wedding" prertutiU were displayed; and thoughts were not tipou Untilug o! that .
la being received with such favor such a nice variety, hardly any two alike, kind a Vili tf
IT has been gently whispered to that politicians say he will he in and thirty of them enough to stock u We had brought well filled lunch bAsk ii "VV"rxl.: A. Boors::: : cSs Co.
the ADVOCATE that the lion. Ilobt.McNatnee Democratic small tin shun. It was a very plenmiiilKtTalr ate, not knowing the leHouices <>f till '
-who is a successful politician the lead -at the next ; every body enjoyed It and went ; place In the wtldernens, but a suipils t
-will enter the race Convention. When the two factions borne happy wishing the bride and "",al.ed UH, for at noonucoiuial Invlta. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
against Steve Spark- of the Democratic party top !groom many happy returns of the day. lion wan extended to us by Mr. Tucke; ,
$ "throwing mud" at each other, and the to coma up to the house where we fount Fertilizers
man. Hub McNamee Is well and The entertainment given by ED- Flour Grits Meal and
a hot dinner awaiting us, prepared by; a&uXSfSfT ,
direct their sole attention to their worth League Society, Tuesday eveningIn
favorably known along the East his man cook, who we can anmue all l is i a gvmaaA MILLS FLA.
there will be the school houne, was a grand sucoesdIn 112 East Street JACKSONVILLE,
a Bay ,
Coast; and should he be a candidate political enemy, way; all performed their part treoHure. We do not wonder now IhatMr. C__ aT. LOUTS_ no.y

for the above office he will\ much better prospect for victory in lust| every splendidly. First on the program Tucker likes to spend so much timiit iRts. for r-uuna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
the Democratic ranks throughoutthe "Nearer God toriiee" his country place.After .
have well.wishers in this part was a piintomlne my
many dinner we rested for awhile
Misses Myrtle BurcifUI.|
of Florida. country.OF by the veranda enlivening the time
and Nellie Owen, Louise and Helen : nbady ,
Cannatta, Maggie Carter and Hattie Bower with stories conversation and fur turn

SENATOR Tallaferro, we predict, INTEREST TO FISHER- Keel tl\t\on-\ "Sundalphon" Myrtle thing;operation then scattered others some roam to through reannxlithlng P. Ruhslzxiazi: <& Co.
Mrs. Hall sod Mrs.
llurchllel. Song-
will be his own successor in the MEN. Keel tatlon The Choir" Mary the beautiful woods, with" their long,cool
llower. -
next National Congress. The ADVOCATE IVItlfeld. Song-Helen Can lata. German ivenues, so densely shaded by trees ollltlerwnt 261 Washington St ) NEW YORK.
is under no particular! obligation The tlsheiles liuereHts In 81 iidaau, work long with the sound of theooU varieties, pilnvlually: live-oak J3: :Murray Street f .v. Y.
but evidently, going to b.. looked after, says repreHouicd bv the voce-by Mr! ploe. palmetto and hickory, while upoi
to the above gentleman the .1' Dally\ Ciiultul. Mr Ulilcb. l\Iedley-"Th. Gobbling Ml git he bunk of the stream which flows

when we eee a man work for the Wells, of Illllsbornugh, has Introduced a y"u" by 1\1\. t'e Biirchtiel Maggie Carter. hrough Mr. Tucker' place, thickly
benefit of his State like Senator bill to regulate tho catching. or taking of lora Mnnxon, Helen sod Nei tie I<[rows the giiieetul beiioiug willows, Florida Pineapples
Taliaferro has, then wo are with food n.h. except shad,In the I tldew"tur"of }weti. "ojl-IIIt. Hall and Mrs. How. Ve will not soon forget/ the beauties olliene
and to prohibit the catching, woods.
Florida -"Spniklng: Sunday Nlght"lnq
in Senate
has been the
him lie
transporting, shipping, or being In possession (; Miinscm. Then the play-"An Ob- Mr. Tucker! Is Improving and eultlva-
one term, and his w r enemies of uulletduring oeitaiu peilods, illnatu .'.'1111The entire buunfi- Ing this beall'UIII place "in the heart of OUI2. SP"l CI.A.I..r.J"Y.'Ve : .
cannot but admit that ho has done and providing for a penalty hold quarrel because the men persisted he woods," with vie* to setting out
, much good for the State. The bill provides that from and after In trying to force the ladles to nay nangtt: and pencil trees." lIe may well be represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to representyou
tbe passaga of the sot It shall, be unlawful Tlmnk goodness the tuble is spread." ,iroud of It.
. ii ---- to catch, with any klud of net, any lui. at lust a reconciliation Is brought But all days come to an end, and this also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.:

. \ THE bill for the repeal of the divorce mullet In the tidewaters of FluiIda, be bout and peace Is made In a way satlsHCtoiy ong to be remembered one at lost drewo -
o law passed by the last FlorU tweet the 16th ot November and 15th of to all. The caste, Butler (James) a close, and again we drove through
has been knocked December of each and every year, provided Walter Mndftbury. Maid (Lucy) Ullle he quiet country where the lark Wall C ESTABLISHED 1870.
da legislature to that the act does not prohibit.the rarh: r. Master(M r. Itarford) Mr. Field till singing In the pine trees, to our
i the "demuition bow-wows, and the catching of mullet by cast net. ill sirens '(Mrs. llarford) Eva Owen. tomes, with a very pleasant memory In
wise men of the Senate and House!! It further provides) that It shall be unlawful distress' lherMr. Harwoml) Mr. Jlunion. our, hearts of our day in the wood
M. Lane & Son
propose to let it remain as it is. It for any person or persuns to catch Mistress' mother (:\lrs.-llarwood) F. M.
any food Hull In the tide water of tbe ,
ills Bell.
looks to us as It some people tried
: net method with the
state, by any stop DOMESTIC ARTS AT ROLLINS.I .
to make political capital out of I offshore or setting net In less than five
thin divorce bill making insanity aground feet of water at high tide, or with me"h.1 ANOTHER BEAR KILLED.Mr. I :230.! WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
es less than 3'j Inches stretched measure Blackman In l his Inaugural address
for divorce but the bill

mains as before. We; consider the re. than; but 8.M; keln yards s or long haul with nets meshes not more ot :' I<:. 1*. de Mmllcls has and out another! tic aid and that Industrial the new Department Arts at Rollins of Domes-was Southern Fruit and Produce
stick bringingo
In his
notch by killing
law all right for what man cares throe Inches stretch meiisure, may be I town his fourth bear titleeseon." Snn- not designed to teach the chemistry of

to be tied for life to an insane need In hauling fish out after being settled I day, Eddie de Medlcls got on to the trail the kitchen but to teach young ladles

woman ? In the top net; provided that stop of a bear anti notifying his father they the art of cooking and serving and theFt Commission: : erchac.: : ts.
of those
nets now In use with meshes. less than and followed the supervising operations
their dogs up
three inch stretches may be used until iood results are reported In the case! ofaD
OCK August 1VMVI unless worn out. rail. In a short time they came upon East" Coast girl who did everything FLORIDA SPECIALTY.
pineapple growers are now iruln, and the elder de Mediate managed PINEAPPLES OUR
Suction 3 provides that It shall be unlawful nrrectly and properly but attacked the
preparations for the shot it It to some
making big to get a at disabling ,
to transport ship or be In possesslon Ining-room like a tornado. She was
immense crop of pineapples they of any fresh or uu-lced mullet duilog xtent. The latter kept on through headed her the DO' lung in acquiring the art of serving a Stencils, Cards and out quotations furnished on application.

will ship from the East Coast of the time above specified. Section crub and until Mr de It.Medlcls shot. The bear teal deftly and quietly,giving no reason .
off' again a -'-'- -- --
gave -- --- ---
and after the for apprehension to the one whom she
From of
Florida this summer. We believe says: passage row turned to right the dogs and present1 -
this act It shall be lawful to catch any wall serving that his life was In danger.
lirevard county will ship more pineapples turned its attention to.the hunter,
fish, except shad In the tide-water of shot Prof. F. P. Ensmlnger one of the lead- Mason M. Clark
at him. Another
savagely ,
than oiling
this season ever before.
the state any time and In any manner Ing Instructors at Rolling College, has the brute out of existence: ,
The dollar" will be free. put been broad smile )
"almighty not prohibited by this act. A penalty Is It was a big female bear the biggest of wearing a lately-an
ly circulated on the East Coast as prescribed the lour shot by Mr. Jo edicts this outward Illumination of his Inward haplne .

soon as the get their returns Its weight was In the neighborood s over the arrival of little William
growers &eaaon. Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
Ward Ensmlnger, who first saw the light
from their shipments; andIf, Winter Home for Sale. of three hundred pounds.-St. Aug- On April 17th. We extend: congratula-

any of our merchants have anything stifle Record. tion. to Mr. and Mrs Ensmlnger.Draylnjj. .
A nice little winter home for sale 11
for sale It would be well
as 200
acres, small 3-rooni cottage, orange
for them to get their ads in the and grapefruit tre.., ISO: bearing; 0,000 Are You Going North ? Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.

columns of the EAST COAST ADVOCATE pineapples, under good cypress abed;
as quickly as possible, to get Japan persimmons, mangoes guavas Get your tickets over the Clyde Line, Draying hauling( of alll lads promptly -
and other fruit. Good water protection. rom Jacksonville: to New York. attended to. Meets all trains. Busl- Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
a share of the pineapple growera'l'atronage. I I Andre, Box 6.Oeorilaua, CHAS.. WALTOX Agent, nea. promptly attended to. I

Fla. TUusTllle Fl*. W. U. ENGLISH, TltUSTlll 110 Murray Street and 16fl West Street, NEW yoRKd .

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DuPont& '\IIddleton\ shipped liiO crates S. F. Webb has completed a tenant _

of tomatoes uo Tuesday. house on his place.

C. I). Bla'keslee has the contract to Chas. Mast has been visiting Hock- WHOLESALE GROCERS

build the A. L. Lane cottage on D Ave edge the past week.

Hancock & Lane have orders for two Mrs. N. Saunders entertained Card

first-class row boats, to be built at once. club last Thursday evening.Mrs. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner

OY Mr. and Mr*. Richard Stanley, of Jupiter Thou. E. Richards has gone to ,

spent Sunday with their parents Stuart for a visit to her son. '
here. Bay and Julia Sta., \
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cureton returned
ItHG Miss Ida Baker down from LOOK TO YOUR EYES. GRAINLAND
came Fort home last Thursday evening.
P4 fierce Saturday, and spent Sunday with suffering from any eye defects or weak, WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY FEED.
E. H. Walker of Orlando has been ,
I per parents here, sight call at my new well-appointed optical .
visiting friends in this this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stypmann returned place institute. Special, complete lease PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
S. J. Russell took a of six ladles grinding outfit In connection.
home to New Haven, Conn., Tuesday party Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.
I'hey will return next winter.A to the concert at Fort Pierce last Saturday DK. E. II. ARMSTRONG,
AK evening.Mrs. 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fla r -'Ve solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables

force of men have been busy this Frank Tyler brought a carriage "
week Second This --- ---- --- ----- ---------
clearing up street. Is load of friends from Fort Piece! to attend
pOWDER a great improvement to our town. services last *
Melbourne. Eau Gallie. .
The launch Yankee Doodle with a par Mr. and Mrs. Koblnnon visited Mr. I LOOKOUT .

11 Absolutely Pure ty of visitors from the upper Indian River, Will Robinson .and wife at White City

SUBSTITUTE was tied up at the railroad dock Tuesday.II. Junction, last Sunday afternoon. :Subscriptions:: for the ADVOCATE, '1'. C. Burns, of West Palm Beach was FOR MALARIA.An .

lylE/S NO W. Bessey took the crowds downto Miss Florrie Kitching, of Sebastian, the pink paper of the East Coast will be in towu this week.

the Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club I tithe has been here for a week visiting the received at the Melbourne Postofflce. Miss Susie. Carter, of Melbourne, was epidemic Malaria\ l la sure to follow

launches launches Admiral alai ami Pieshlent. Many_ family of Rev F. W. Weatherwax. GOODS A Kittta and Loanl. In town Saturday the wet season and the high watera

Beach. private went. I We have had delightfully cool weather Agent( for .Ktna 1.1>",10" unit Lav..t and O. C. Pingrey and wife left for Dele- which have prevailed all over the
Palm Globe PrnvMonce Wellington and aim Fire
Vest E. Simmons has finished the A. R. for two weeks past. It may hold the Insurance. Special attention/: paid to the van, N. Wednesday. South. Malarial and kindred fevers

Kroger, launch. They are now waiting pineapple season back, but we enjoy It. Interests of non. renlilenti.. Col. and Mrs. W. H. Perry and Miss will develope to an alarming extent a
for the engine/ aid: last but not leant, --- --- -
a U Palms closed Us doors on that important piece) : of metal the shaft. Mrs. II. W. Richards came from her DR Reiililnnre T.., A. P,II:II:riivmriAX,"t Aim 8rooKo. northern Holland, Mich., left for their General' health conditions will be bad}
after season. MHImiime. Eats Oalllu, Tuesday home
,l lay, very prosperous home on the St. Lucle river, last Thurs- and Friday afternnona. on Monday every precaution should be taken.
Pineapples are going furwatil la limited day and made visit of several days I
Anthony has returned from a Eau Gallie furnished seven members of

,nmial, Lolla, \visit to Daytona, much to the hdvlug juantl'ieg kept them; the Lack recent u weather Tomatoes with lends and relatives In this place. :Mrs S. F. llbbs spent Tuesday' with the jury for the prevent sitting of the Th. System Musi) Csplslly' .. P.rtlfl i

I ht of her many Mend. West Palm are being hhlpptd huiivllj, and are Mrs Chas. Wolf, of Jensen was a very friends, at Melbourne Bench. County Court at Tltusvlllo. .4. t. Resist Malarial Attssk

II. bilnglng /good prices. pleasant caller in this place last week.It Mrs. John Ferguson and Miss Susie E. W. Sticking anil wife left Thursday
trial of has demonstrated .
Mrs Henry Maddock and their Is gratifying to her many friends to Carter paid a visit to Tltusvlllo Tuesday for Olean: N. Y. They will upend .a por- A fifty years
and l"'ft for Brooklyn, N, Y., on R. R. Fra>ier ban recently repainted see her gaining her strength so fast: and tion of the summer In Canada.! that for this emergency, Dr. Jlater' _
"Sidney his evidence, which adds much to the looking so well Mrs. Sarah Brush Is again a !guest at
return In again. Iron Tonlo has no equal. Iron Is
Inv, anticipating an early appealance of lIlt looks. Thin louse was Hotel Curleton, after spending sometime I Miss Florence Hodgson entortalnvil lu
IlL built In Sanford, then knocked down and The Christian Endeavor Society gave 'at Palm lieach. honor of her lends, the Misses Stulln: the fighting; element lu the blood, andb<<

D Bradley, of Massachusetts, who shipped here In sections, about -20! years' a very pleasant social at the parsonagelast We are pleased to learn that Mrs. C. and Gertrude Minis on Fliday last. the kind of Iron supplied by Dr. liar

,ieon a (guest of Dr. and Mrs left N.Mou-S. ago.J.. music. Friday., and ice Theie cream was and some cake very good were F. Conkllng Is recovering, and hope she Misses Stella and Gertrude Minis of tears Iron Tonic U. Just the kind the

ham through/ the for winter her home., C. Hancock's launch Is tow floating served. .\. very jolly evening,: wan spent, will soon bo well Bonnveiiturn, were the guests of ,Visa system requires to successfully' combat

via Clyde line, /gracefully: In the waters of the l St.: Lucle, and repetition of the nodal earnestly Miss Susie Carter entertained a number Florence JJOtl MOn, Saturday' and Sunday malarial conditions. Don't wait untlt
and Mrs. L. D Eaton will leave In that long-looked-for shaft having arriv- looked forward to. '
of young friends last Wednesday last.The you arc tucked.! Take it now and fortify
for the north, journeying by ed and was placed In position at once. MiosoH MoMMilan( Snoll amt Simmons .
days evening In her pretty home on the bin IT.
.' C. A. Robinson and S. J. Russell have yourself; It Is an absolute mifeguaril
t trips owing to the Doctor's deli- A large crowd of our cl.lzerm attendee took a run to Tltusvllle Tuesday
condition Their many friends hopewill the launching.' The craft quite speedy, been fishing at the Indian River Inlet Mrs. Mary Knight; .!\follolllot on Thursday E. A. M. :Stewart, of Bovine, was' lu the and, at tho name time, It in tlie beat

return in the fall with the Dooiiuch and can easily win ou too the race course dining the entire mackerel season, and fur her home. In Philadelphia, after party also.Admiral. tonlo and invlRnrntit for the entire "y H-
have had flue success. One day last .spending several pleasant months at
in health. anything on the St..Lucle.
improved against and Mrs. On other hand
week caught with mills of Molbourna tetn. the quinine da-! "
they 1,300 pounds Hotel Carleton. She will be very much
ia reception at the Palms for Rev. Walter Kltchlng has men clearing along three linen, and another day over 700) missed by filcrxUin Melbourne until her Beach, ;punned through Eau Jnlllo, on turbo the system and Its cumulative '

\Mm. Paine last Friday evening, was the edge of the river near the church. pounds. It Is certainly tine sport. return next winter Thursday, on their way to New York for poison begets! greater physical troubles
hglitful success, and was a well deal A path from the church to Bessey's ho- the summer.
compliment\ to the reverend gen-. tel, along the edge of the river, Is badly There was a large audience out last Mrs. Dr. Peek entertained at an afternoon Misses Taylor and Symmondii l net fur than those It In employed' to remedy.

,en and his wife assuring them of needed, for at present everybody walks !Sunday hoar Archdeacon Brown, at luncheon! list Fliday, the following Kenosha, VVIs Tuesday Mrs. Taylor. Where a hail casa of chronic \
rietulsulp and esteem of the people over the private lawns of the residents l St.: I'.ml'i church. At the clone of the ladles. honor of her aunt : Mrs. and Master Howati will remain, week exists, take DR. IIAUTKIt'SL

tally. All denominations were replied between the church and the botel. Who sermon Aichdeacon,. Brown announced Emma OIIIU, Ills" K. M. ('ampbell, Mrs. or two longer. FKVKR and AGUE SPECIFIC It let. he had received money to completethe John Ooocle Mrs. Nora Carter' Mrs. S. ;
of will start this needed Improvement ,
and the expressions regret Sam Martin of Melbourne Is e
ilep.utiire universal. church, and that he hoped to sea the F. Olbbs, Mrs. E. T'. Branch, Mrs. K. W. carryingthe ptmriintwd to cure. Price CO cents
,>lr were The Indian River Boat and Launch Banana river mall during the launching -
tin und before
church entirely I all oil painted OoocJe. BUT IF YOU 1VILL
and Mrs. Thos. C. Chadbourne, Company at !St. Lucie, seems to be winter. of the new BllIlI\na river line steamer
winter residents their orders rather rapidly. In Capt. Alex J. Uoodo' and bride were which will be launched this wunk.
are among our new counting
The concert given under the able man- the of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Gnodo I2 DR. HARTEN ,
York this week and latergo recent article In the St. Lucie Items It guests:
[or New a agement of Mrs. C. T. McCarty and Mrs. Messrs.\ Hadgson, McMillan, Taylor,
from until
to their home In Houghton stated that they had received an order Thursday Mon.I'Iywhenthey Near Paddison McMillan and
F. M. Hudson, at the Methodist Church, Bryan are
left to visit relatives and friends IRON TONIC
i. Mr. Chadbourne baa greatly Im- for a launch from T. B. Allen, of New Fort Pierce last Saturday was a success Eau Ualllo's contingents to the juries of
ed Ills lake front property in the J efo York and Oak hill\ This seems to be a In every particular, and netted the handsome Jacksonville, New Haven, and then on to Brevard for the present term of court. You Won't HII" "' I."a. Pile Tie
Buffalo where will remain until
Allen contracted with they
much la mistake Mr.
> addition and more planned as
of $01 for the fund.
of this for a sum parsonage winter. Capt. Robt. Symmonds has loft Ills All dealers handle send to 'IIP
ompletion' during his absence. Mr. Hancock & Lane, place, Where all did so well It Is hard to particularize or
sloops Mattie H. anti and Tttok
ore Chadbourne are a great acquls- launch Monday morning, before leavingfor but we must mention our "home Mr Claude GIIHs and daughter/ Miss moored, the Eau Gallie Nip river for the, JIARTEI\. MEDICINK Co.. Dayton Oh>,. ,

to our winter colony.terearerumors Oak 11111. trio"-Jensen, Eden and Tlbbals-represented Anna Glllis, left on (Saturday for the summer The Captain will return early
north. Mrs. Emma Glllis left Wednesday Houston Tex., Ati 1 lOCI
that Mr. and Mrs. by Mesdames IlarJco, Blake and on In the fall.S. p'
iiirJiulson contemplate a trip north A LESSON IN HEALTH.-Healthy Hudson, which was bel'"II fill. l\f rll.lbrdlle's and will join the above party In T Ml h.v. used I'l H..rt..,,'.
K. Watts for business Mon .. sii'l
Iron wlf
opened Tonlo
Jacksonville from which point they will\ my.
the shipping season is over, with kidneys filter the Impurities from the solo, "I Love, and the World Is This will make three famtlrforovertwentye.syesrn AI'
definite I Ilea of when they will re- blood and unless they do-this good heal Mine," was one of the best numbers on travel together/ to their pleasant northern day. jlonorl\l.tol'e" Clan heartily reoninmund. Iresred.. ..
Cure the Our "very own" sweet home. We will look forward with In Eau Gallie; Hodgson Bros., H.: K. W p rtlenlrly v..lii.hl. to ward oC ii.t"
; which bring regret/: to many people. th is impossible. Foley's program. their the Watts and A. V. Lansing./ There Is laud and other f."e....
In fall.
to return
Judson, since his association withl.iiko makes sound kidneys and will positively singer, Mrs. Blake!, never did better, and pleasure room In this town for a millinery and .1. H. tf-'y...
Worth News, baa brought; him cure all forms of kidney and bladder we were all proud of her Mrs. McCarty dressmaking establishment.The Land Bmicrstlon!: Air ,Krl.oo I LID".

prominence with the public gener- disease. It strengthens; the whole aysUrn. brought down the house with her recitation You never heard of any one using Fo- (S........,..... I..... ...... UMlmwhil I peels. ),
/Ilis articles have been clear and Sold: by 13. H. Wilson Son. "The Inv. ntor's Wife" She responded ley' Honey anil Tar and not lining satisfied. ball on Saturday evening was' one

m, strengthened by an intellectual twice, list( with a trailo.d comedy Sold by It. J t. Wilson & Son. of the successes of the .season. Melbourne -
tile, mind ; his criticisms just and "Alice, I love Thee" and second Melbourne Beach, Bonaventure South
irtlal. his college education serves Fort Pierce. with "Little Breeches" Oscar Eilich's and other points were well represented, Rockledge.Wm. .
well, and with his natural abilityyet music received! much praise dels a violinist Viking. and only the hour. had of I the clock d

place him In a professor'schair. of rare ability-an. one admirer putIt pointing to 12, put a stop to the jollity Hlndle was down, to B. L. John-

Judson has endeared herself to all this section "he draws the soul right out of you, of the evening.\> son's on Monday, doing some plus tubing.
Rain Is badly needed In and. the tears to one's Mr. Colwell has flue
have had the pleasure of her acntance. brings every eyed. some looking;
Crops-are drying up. When Mrs. 11 uti MOil'" name was mentlou- water melons In his gatden. A jolly party of our young people visited The) most beautiful sight! In this partIs
Melbourne Beach Sunday' afternoon Mrs Salmon's caster lilies there .
tinned the house shook with appUus ; are
A cool north wind made us hunt our with. audience .. The weather has been so cool this lu the PilncoHs, Capt. Gilbert In com thousands of them. '
l Sh Is a favorite every
Made overcoats once more. : great that double blankets and comforts mand. About board.
Young April twenty were on
belter than in her
and never sang Mrs. C. B. Magruder, who was so bad
of Dr. Kin 's New Life Pills eacht Mr. Tancre, of At kona, was a pleasant songs Last Saturday night After the' ate in use.'j'wentythroe. The mOlt party enjoyable returned time about the 11 p.beach m. aftera und ly hurt, Is some bettor, but suffering-

for two weeks has put me In my visitor to town on Tuesday. concert, ice cream and cake were served Vlklngltes/: and ten from u tine ..11to\ Eau Gulllo.on Mrs Gilbert great deal of pain yet.

Ie' 8.iln" writes D. H. Turner, of 'Dixie Almond Is making extensive alterations on tables under the trees, which were Fort Pierce enjoyed>> n picnic and ollerroast Mrs Tylander and Mrs. Paddison were, The weather Is just perfect, and what

.eytown, Pa They're the best In to his boarding-house preparatory hung with Japanese' lanterns.. at Wildcat Cove, the first of the the chaperons this enjoyable occasion a contrast to the cold and storms they
world. for Liver, Stomach: and Bow to next season. week. are having In the north
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Eurely at all vegetable. .Never gripe. One Mrs. A. K. Hogg has been spending Pi>ley's Honey'safely and be Tar contains cnll-no Mr. Helseth Is building a large pack- What Is Foley's Kidney Cure? Answer Mrs. J. L. Bruner went 'over to Georglana -
drug stores.White and given to
the past few days at Waveland, with her opiates can Ing bouse lie will probably have nearly ; It Is made from a )prescription ofa Tuesday to see the play that waa
Wilson A
dren. Sold by B. K. lI: >n.
daughter, Mrs. Tyndall, who Is quite ill. : a thousand crates of pineapples to ship leading Chicago physician, and one of given by the ;young people.
this season. the most eminent In the The
City. Messrs. Campbell and Haven have country. Arthur Gideon, who has boon In West:::
bought Sherman: Hart's blacksmith shop. Sebastian.Nearly Mr. Daniel who has been visiting at Ingredients/ are the purest the purest Palm Beach the past fear, Is here visiting -
The latter left for Kissimmee this week. different places north of Tltusvllle the that money can buy and ale scientifically his mother, Mrs. J. H.: Coats.
eral of our residents have been In pattt week, Is expected borne soon, witha combined to get their utmost value
nvllle this week, on the lury. Dan Bell Is stopping a few days with everybody reads the newsy AD new hone and wagun. !Sold by B. K. Wilson A Mon'I'Ituevllle.Rockledge. Nolce Bristol, Miss Addle Bristol and) 4
relatives at this place. Mr. Bell l lit on VOCATE. the Misses LIMe and Melissa Humphry ,
IK Sunday school making arrange- way to Baltimore from Miami\ where he Beach parties were the order of the The Viking! school closes on the 8th ol were visiting Mrs. Salmon Friday and
procure newhymn books. I has been spending the winter. day the first of the week. May. All aiecoidlally Invited attend Saturday.J .
Campbell has the oral examination on the l last day; also N. Chulkerwho has been .
had ,
: success working
great The musicale at the Methodist church Mrs. Will McBride\ and children left, the entertainment In the evening. "
lug out stumps with dynamite. for K K. Mlmn, line engaged with II.WUIIanm. !tIo-
last Saturday night, was a rare treat to Wednesday, for their home In Seville ------ f!. II. Ihibbsocpupies, quarters. In Hotel Mr. Chalker> I I. a witty citizen -

in. !Havls and daughter Mildred, lovers of high class music.' The violin Mr. Ivey mid wife, of Lawson, expectto WILL CUKE CONSUMPTION., Inillmi River/ for the summer., and we welcome him.

miinmer.fur Chicago on the 22nd! tu spend solo artistically, by Mr.\ rendered Pomeroy, and and\ wife called, was forth very a take advantage of the excursion to A. \llerreu of "Finch Ark writes, "Foley's J. B Parker left for Philadelphia, on Edmund Day has rotumed) from Oak
and Tar Is the best
Miami. Honey I preparation Tiicwl Imre lie medical
would Indeed, y. goe* u> get Hill and
It that the
round 'of applause. reports orange/ groves
for colds and Inn. trouble.
n. Lockhart coughs '
is preparing to build a the Mr. White will hold Divine service t I'tmt""t."
the to Rev
e. Her take a critic to award )palm I know that It hIcured in are doing nicely, and that there will be a-
father, S. Sorensen, Is at- best singer. Mrs. Uardee's operatic at the Methodist church, on Sunday consumption Mrs.\ Chan. S. rVhuyler, of Jensen, was large crop the coming seuion.Air. .
Hold 1
ling to I it the first by Wilson: Son.
for stages.;
her. were simply Inspiring; while Mrs. morning .and evening next. Every one "I|>> for a visit to Mr, Mud Mrs. J K. Het-
songs nnd'Mrs. E. A, Ilartwell and the
D. heal invited to attend. tier last week.
II.iiiHen and Carl Christensen Hudson's rich contralto seemed to Is cordially ,
Ml.e.. Florence, and May Ulut..elllef.for .
gooe to Jensen, where they will be the bruises of life's hard thrusts; and Its. Miss Amy Kliching expected home St. Lucie. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Clark and Mrs. C. tlivli home In Chicago, Wednesday.We .

"tad( through the season. sweet cadences-so full of an inexpressible shortly. She; will tarry here for a .short K. Clark left for Plalnvllla, Conn., foul are sorry to have them leave us.

red Christensen lias been home for pathos-went stialght/: to the heart.and while only, as she Intends spending the week, after a pleasant winter here.
''" days Then, the songs/: Mis. Pomeroy summer' at Stuart, with her brother, Mrs. T., A. Robinson has gone to City
helping his father get some Mrs. Blake sang were as sweet and clear Hitching. Point and Tltusvllle. A. H, Corthran: who has been with B Indianola.
i large trees out of his new clearing. silver bells. Stanley L. Johns"n.ince. the hotels closed left

,)you subscribe for the ADVOCATE P as The orchestra composed of MessrsBachus Miss. Florida Kltchlng has gone: on a Ben Sooy and wife took their departure for his home la, Jacksonville Wednesday -

will always find In it to Pomeroy, the Erlich brothers trip down the river, visiting friends at last Sunday for Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. aDd Mrs. Scott, of Horanton Pa.,
something Mr. and Mrs Edmund Day Miss Edith
She to be absent left here Monday for their home
,rest you The pink paper has a big and Mrs. Bachus and Mrs. Pomeroy, different points. expects the A male, measuring 4ft. 7ln., was killed Day and Miss r.tUe'Iamuel.. left for north.
""\Uon along the East Coast I Ir. discoursed some fine selections. two or three month. In mean by Mrs. Chase, while alone a few their home at Seymour Conn., on W.dnemlay. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell, of Cincinnati
miss her.
Halbrlcht Mis. C. McCsrty's! resitatlons were time we shall days' ago. went up tu Dayton this week for shortstay -
r.' of Chicago, arrived on splendid, and elicited a storm of applause. The public school here closed this before /going: on to their northern
t-mUy night, and after spending a called back again and A very fierce forest Are raged, Monday Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morwln. and f'hos.:
She was of the most home.
This has one
days with us, left for Jensen, to and iweet In a week. afternoon and night on the Eastside Mast left on tbe sailboat 1'itnny for Eden
W' t""lon of w* Pineapple pUntawnich azaln. She looked fair suited her to successful terms we have known and It of the river several miles north of on Wednesday., They hua\ tine breeze Mrs. Cabol who has. been spending
he recently purchased.Schottler filmy white dress that per- Is earnestly hoped by all that Miss the river, lighting the sky for several and a beautiful clay for the river trip. the winter with her brother, David Carter .
. feotlon. Singleton/ will consider returning to us started Tuesday! for her home la
musicale the audience were mile. )Ir. and Mrs. E. A. Ilartwell apd dar liter
wife and daughter Bessy! After the another year. K Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
for Attica O. Invited to the grounds, where dainty refreshments last Arthur Osteen met with quite a painful who have spent the winter at their
train Sunday broughtup
e' Here six months ago to spend the were served under swinging: The norm They were accident a few d.ys ago, while In beautiful winter borne In Kockledge./ left And so they Are leaving us, one byone
wedding party. and
er: and l. while The effect was magi a gay Clarence Suromerlin's launch which was for their home In Chicago Wednesday.Mr !, surely they can find no fault
lanterns. ,
a here purchased: : Japanese the twinkling at the station by the Itev. Mr. Lowder with. the delightful winter. We have had
'Ir pine| land at North Ankona. cal-the snowy tables ,laden with who conducted them to the Methodist at the Indian River: Launch Compy.'sdock. *. Wm. M. Marwlo. Misses Gillette no front, no extreme of heat or cold, and
nephew Charies BeemendeHer, lights, the .,Impressive manner Mr Summerlla: started the wheel
allspread church, where, in a and Olga Larsen left for their Mllford.Conn. no m08'lultoe.|
Superintend' the setting of five acres cut glass and silver; while over the words which just In time to cut off the tip end of the
be pronounced ., home on Monday A. D. Merwla
Southernkity Co Tuesday Mr. and Mrs John Carter
"apple. this the' purple canopy of a i forefinger of the right; band of Mr. Os.teen. -
season, for Mr. S.: made Mr. Tedder and Mr. Park man going with them as far all Jacksonville,
with left for tit" first
dress north stopping, at
evening wound attended
arranged In The was promptly -
returned to
wife. They and afternoon.Mrs.
--- serene." and returning Tuesday Charleston, Vs., before going on to San-

A Sure Thing. "gems On the of purest whole.ray It was the beat social, on the evening train.TRAVELING to. J. II. Coffy and two children left, dusky, (I., where they will spend part of.

'is said' that nothing Is sure except function ever given In Fort Pierce; and ---- A Startling Teat. Monday, fur Octla, and will spend the the Bummer with their son. b
! IS
th .
and taxes, but that I. altogeth all honor Is due Mrs. McCarty, who summer on their farm Mr. Coffy accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Seodersonanddaughte
not d. +,
the kidneys which To life Dr. T. Merrltt,
'De little Constant motion Jars save a ,
Dr. with a tact them of the but beexpects
I part way,
KlnK! New for managed the Miss !Bessie who ban endeared heravrt
$l kept in place In the body by delicate No. Mehoopanj, Pa made a startlingtest
of was
$ are .
'nmptiun Is The sum to remain on the East Coast for
I lung a sure cure for all throat short x>f of genlos. attachments This is the reason that resulting In a wonderful cure. lie to all by her sweet and kindly ways, left 1

'that'troll bles. Thousandscan testlhe !. realized. travelers, trainmen, street car men, teamsters writes, "a patient was attacked with violent a time. on Monday morning for their home In
,,?; Mr8' C. B- VanMetre of and all who drive very much suffer hemorrhages,' caused by ulceration Sheriff J. P. Brown was here on Tu .- Scranton\ Pa. We truly hope to see
, ''re c own, W. Va. says .1 Vad a Quick Arrest.J. from kidney disease la some form.! of the stomach. I bad often found day, Inviting some of our citizens to tbe them wl}h us again next winter.

1.1 ,,tr.fl flBronchltl.. and for a year Ala. was Foley's Kidney Cure strengthen the Electric Bitters excellent for acute County's capital to render service. jury
J <* of but A. Golledge, of Verbena, men. E. C. Cook, J. J. White sod Geo.
goe no case kidneys and cures all forms of kidney stomach and liver trouble so I prescribed A REVELATION. you will make. l
''(ov.2.) ne bottle! Dr. Klnlfa New twice in the hospital from a severe After dM- and bladder disease. Oeo. E. Hausan, them. The patient gained from the N. Hatch are three that went at bis solicitation Inquiry It will be a revelstlon to yoa

tafaliihi ren cured me absolute)'." tore canslDIC 2.& tailed, Buck lea's locomotive engineer Lima, 0., write. flrst. and has not bad sn attack la 14 and there were other how many succumb to kidney or bhtdder-

.h for Croup Whooping and all remedies arrested further Inflammation "Constant vibration of the enlllne cao.Jme montbs." Electric Bitters are positively troubles In one form or another. It the
b T Grip, Pneumonia ndConsump- Arnica Salve quickly a great deal of trouble with my kid guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Foley's Honey and Tar U peculiarly patient Is not beyond medical aid, To-- 4

I :I !t.H I. guaranteed ballfly.lp'1 l aDd cored i5o gQaw attall draggUts. neys, and I got no relief until I used Fo. Constipation and Kidney troubles. Try adapted for asthma, bronchitis and "1'a Kidney Cur. will cure. It nevetrdlsappolnu. F
bottles free. ache and kills pain ley's Kidney Cure. Sold by Wilson. them Only COo at all druggists. hoarseness. Sold by B. R. Wilson A: II.
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IirOLxi why Hli'onld not the government appropriate t

nil adequate sail of money annually y Florida Eas: CoastLOCAL

for road I Improvement?"

Assistant Secretary of Agriculture;

A Chain Colonel J. II. Brigham recently expressed (
is no stronger than its himself as favorable to nn-. 4 M.? In Effect April |II| 19 !

weakest link A fertiliser tlonal uld. Among other things: be : SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. ,

deficient la aid: NORTHBOUND-.!DEAD
"I believe the general" governmentcan N .BB \
help. In this work of Improving/ the arlv4 Patty. I Du111:) I Nn, 1I
highways. I am one of those who believe -
/ S0 Ff tI) S 00 I' 9 40n Lv... .......... ..JaokeonvRle.' .......,..
It Is always right for the strong S 04'I a45 ..... .. ... .. ...K .Jackeonvllle..z..Ar 7 if /,, 3Cp
I of the to be extended -' f GIlD 000p 10Ma ...... ........ 7r, ," ,, ;
arm government StAugusttne ..., ..... .. ,
II t'rp 0. 08 ,. 11118. .. ......... ... . .. Has inge. .. .. .. .. 6. I l 3t a t
just as dangerous as a II I to help her people In every section of T C lr zJ 712 11 Us .. . .. .HPalaika.. .;...,. ,, .. . 'I. ,,

chain with a cracked link I the country. The government could tiq :c 13 flip> I710pAr. .. .. ... .. ..Priarka... ..... .. ':- 4 >N 1
i appropriate a certain mini to be supple- 4; ii gFW-: .t!. 11111.:_! Lv. .. .. . ... ...P..Jatka..A.:. aYSn'?" ,t' p13P154

merited by appropriations from state 1'tr4 1-t- R80p.. .. .. .lr.I j I g:: ;:) .. ... 640aLv! .. .. . .R&.1\I..t. ? ... ... ... .Ar 4r i
y d I and county and then ask the localitywhere (alc:: IifT707pty. .. .. .... .. .N..ova.. ..,... .. .. ... ? "Bile
i the road Is to be constructed to C 812.. 12IIp' ... .... .... .::.Bun..el:, :...... .. ...... ...Lv. 1.vt' 18 I IZOm
contribute a certain amount and bring 8ROI' 1244 p .. ... ..... .....I. Dupont... .......... ..... .. 106,l $ $
I ZI& 808. 1 41' ... ...... ... (//rntnd.. ... ... . .. .. 8,1'(
Our money wlnnnm{ book ar.l Ii these funds nil together. Then It would ( < .c 1I0Sp 1 t7 p .......... ::::.... .Dnytnns ... ....... .... ... a ii ((8 P J!
l a needed held and by a every plow men, and l wlm who owns cle II i not be burdensome upon any one, and I-z t II:: -! 9flp 138-, ......... ... .....I' rt Oalllo ........ ...... .. .. 8 8t"" 141PA,
11001' 1I05p..N w Sutyr a..:..........
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I Tllev area to /erthemoaoutoflhem Send postal card I the work would be started here there Z ; l&l 10 lOp 1CBp. .... .......... ..I:...O"k .... .. 2 .6"1 i1PT
l ar.Jrs.MALI I and everywhere and, In n few. short oal: ) 1008.. ...r.... ....,,..:. .vlltl............... ... dial' : "
t ... ............... 212
I es N.w. at., I years without undftly burdening anybody 1)1- > fiGov' D8p. .............. ......Rockledge! ............... ... IJ U ids 131p0.gad .
New y.rky. without Impoverishing the nation : :: : 1115' 05 I' ........ u 0..11..0.. .............. .. .
Lt1 IJ 53a/ 'Up ...................l\lelbou'lIe......:..... .. .. I'l5a, 1ClP ACOftel
or the state, we would nee good 109a 453p)'. .... ......... .. ..". 19.ii\ 1211p lip e0
lilgliwnyn. extending all over our lontl.I'Plllltlh'hlll' 9OIa 0 .. I' le. ...,(.,.........., 10121 Slclp, l2 I >/
i : ewew__ .T _11 __ C :1 :_ ___. JQw! 919& p ............ ...... .. '.. ".*, 1121t
tliA nimtrv. ftnrlchlnir. the. -----
l asva .. 1'1 '
-- ---- -- --- --- -- : up .................. .. .. '
y. : people; ; and;; adding to their Intelligence ., JLHTT. CCh.I] mJLAaaaab.r e. JaLL: 948a 010)..Jensen...........,.... .. . 931 Jp,. 5iII ? O.
:J 9(9a 8 Ill' ....,.......... ... .. ; I. 1.ID .
Free and anti happiness In many ways. 4Id. S611a 8 8g p ...............:.. ... ., 0111,1, t a
I'' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. Go J 8 II. 80' I ................... m(' 5ta
Accented Masons. 8 43a 7101' .... .. .. .. ... .. 8 Q9 j I 11.210)
..0 .116. 145i .......... ....West P.Im, 8ewh. .....,...,....., I'' I ;H.O-4'
A Hare-Bin Counter Husband. Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) WY .Ma 810p.........:.. ........Bop neon............ .... ... 7t5p ,. 35t a'Z!
"1 don't think It.. a nice thing to Ilx 6cfn Slep..........,...'..... Delray.................. .. 71t1' p t !
say I&. I- II ota .9 081. ..... .......... .FL Land. .dale......... ..... . 703p a 130.I
of JUl'!!. Oil HP nt that she got her bus- The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe :J II 113 a 8 RO I' .... .............. Hallandale.' ............,, 0 8 03 ,,. 8 3. U
Indian No. 00Titusvllle band ate bargain counter. GI 1160a 040p ....... .........Lemon City..............?. ... 45t
'100a II GO I' Am-. ... .. ... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .'. .,. 0 r; ]in t
"Ob. but CO''t
River It's true lie was tbe young Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
/ ii -
j man that saved her life In a crush at a Direct /Service: Between ---- SCHF.JULES OF BRArrCIIBANFOBD LINES.

Holds Lodge.Its niMtmirit the rv.mioiid A 'atifl Florla.fourth| Frt glove Chicago sale Tribune.F at Spotcagh's. one day."- Jacksonville; Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points t "BBANOH.No. -. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

day of Bath month tliclr room, Indian Kiver Ill t No. 12 No. 3 No. 1
Hotel, Titus Ills, ut 7:! J. Carrutlfar < r Constipation anti Indigestion SEMI-WEEKI.Y BAILINGS: f 08 a Lv ........ 1 20 DalljTI i D
T. H. (t".."len, Boiilor Wnrshlprul3ht.txr.Wr V x. w.Carndl.hntlor Wanton. at all !!. .. .. ..... .......". . .. .. .front r oi ofcatherrueStreetJacksonvilleClyde 813 aI l.v........... Oaten, I.. ..... Ar 11 bj II a 5 It t M Luke I 4)) ,
druggists. 13. K. Wilson & p a ,
J. M.I'hum. Tr.anurar. + I 8MI' Lv.........Enterprise. .. .. .ii.Ar It CO a 52' 11 ara: Lv.O, H8'el1;; ArIJtsJr.7 I I
f. A. Morgan, Suoretary.y Son agents for Titusvllle, or mailed to 1301' _.r..8''f n ._. _.... .I.VI100a_ _5aO"'Il.lhIAr..o..111' nape Iv.h!!,. ,V p .
y H. K. Brown CliuplHln." any address on receipt of lOots(} In stamps.Addruss St. Johns River Line. N : L d lyjiI
J. R. Wslkor, Henlnr Doacmi The Afoo Chemical Co., Jacksonville : sandsy No. 19. NO.17T? I No. 18--NO.201
1'. w. (It.hert.Jumor !IMinim. 1 Siindny I i)"-11,. I I MAYPOKT BBANOH. I I
41 F. M. Taylor, Himlur rUewanl. (DeBnry: Line.) only. only ,, ..:iL'A'IVl' Na
11'. A. Lnnl.. nil
t .M. K. .:lIjf'I.' ... 'OOp 10 OS a 60 0p 8 So OLv.Jacksononvllle.Ar. .. . ; '
Tyler A newspaper man while on the wit- Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. Francis, Henmforil (l)..Unil), and intermediate landing GOB 10 18 a 8 08 p 8 SDaLv..S. J iokfl. nvllle. ..l.v .. .. ; 87 '' I '
---' nraa. stand hi JetTersenCity. Mo., the on tlieat.Jolui'BKiver.' I43p 849 |> 10 Indus' 60 640 p 9 Pablo JJeach. ....Lv ... .. 7'61' a>! :5 J ii 1 :,
a Gnp 12:3P/1/
UHar.v..Atl..ntloll..aeh..I.v. .. .
ROAn ll\II'lOv-El\IE\ \ NTrt other duty confessed that ho had two STEAMER IS APFOIaTKM"CITY: OF SAIL.JACKSON,,AH FOLLOWS VILLI SOJp 11 03 a 709 ]> a 8JL Ar....... ..Mayport .. ......:Lv. ...... .-$71"a(:; | tt,j jTbesa

$5.MH; ) bllln' In his pocket, says an ex Leave Foot CathertoeStreet, .. .. .. .. """day., TiieHilav anil TSiinlttyii Time Txbles show the tim* at which t'al, .< be .>,. .
r' change. Some Leave Raiifor.lUtoa. in.. .... . ... .. .. ........ .... MonilaVeilnuBilaj sand]1 Frliluyg frnmtbsseveral .tatlon..but their rival or nepartnrnalthUnroe.tat.may npnf< ri to a' rl\i r ant 5a
t, ( THC BUILDING OF HIGHWAYS BY newspaper men are Just Himtliliunuil. SC1IHUUI..H. .VorthbounU.ltaa nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or any oonsequenur
cureless enough to curry n week's salary NATIONAL AID. Leave 3 3O P. m. ,.. .... .. ....JAfKIONVlLLE. .... .. .. .. . ... ..Arrive: .una.m
around with them In that reckless .. 8.011I p.m. ....... . ... .. .... .l'Al.ATK\ .. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. Leave ".IM'( p.m
sort of way. a.(H) ... in. '.. ... ...... .oBTiHl ... . ... .. .. .. .. .. 2.f0p.nt KEY WEST AND h HAVANA
.0... Int.r..ting Views ..311.. mit .l..l. . .. ...... .. .I'\NI.IS.' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .... .. lilt( p.m
of Ileprveatsttlr .. ......... ... .... !IIJt..H..OHUIU"L.\ND. ( ) ..... .... ...i.. .. . 12.WI n'n' PENSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL 'STEAMSHIP
Men Who Are In Favor King Edward's health Arrl\'& .30 a. m... ... .. .. .... .. .. ... SANKRl; . .... .. .. ......,. .. . I a.m CONNECTIONS. AT MIAMI
Ia)(': .,' TUU 1'1.0 For the lleltermvntot Is now pronounced .... .... ........ ENTERPRISE, .. .... ... .. ... . .' lO.VOa.m l-i Effect April 16, 1903.
excellent. 'There are some -
+ I J f Pnblle J..b".F.. 1".lItul'klnn Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off toe, 2O4 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.F. 80UTH 8 :UND. -
who will trace NOR.H 80
a relationship LvMlamtSln.,1. ...... .. ND.
.,. ,.... S0) LvHav"I1 Mon'I. ..
The question of road Imprf'Bment )In between this announcement and M. IRONMONGER.J", Ae.t. Gen Pa..Agf. 204 Went Hay St.,Jacksonville. Fla. Ar K..y %V.etSinThnr. ..........:. ..... 10 u1 I II ArKeyWe.t3Ln.Fr1. I)(i
the United KUtoH BIMMUH within the THO8. D. HALEY Local Krt. Art. JaokHunvlllu. O. P. I.OVKI.I' A.Mt.llnpt.. Jaokaunvllle. Lv Ker: West 811u. 1.hur. ...... ..... .....13 81))p LvK."West1'u..s..S"o. .. .. Ii
the fact that his majesty has lately JOHN. L. HOWARli, Buperlntendnnt. Foot HOITHII Ht., .Iack ollvllle, Fla. AI' H..van.. Unll Frl.. ..... ..... ... :.. 7 'M'' a A.r Miami Tues.. Sat... .. ... inI I!,-
4 pat feat to have resolved Itxelf Into received a barrel of bourbon from tbe A. O. HAOKKTY. Oan'l Eaiit'n Fats Ant. New York TLYDK: MI LNIt-, *en. Frt. Ant.. New York. ;
b11. Itbe question of national nld. THEO. O. KOKH Gal Maiia:"". \TA1. f CL.VOK *; (,<).. General Agent For copy of Loral Time Card or other Information addrexs
l When Blue Grass' State. Cbu.ebrou0| iluildinic. State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York. any Ag'nlJ.P.

i .any one U nwkod, to miy noniotliln on C. If. WALTON. Agent Titusvllle, Fla. RAHHER AssO ada.'Pass.: Agent.. ATjauSTIIIE, FLA.

"the road oupatlon.. ___ __. .n IIA introa.___ __ tt n _tnt_. m.frrnnt.ed ...... _A_ iAn_ .nn..rn.aw__ _At__pa__lwL..__tn..n.l__u_... Ont.._._ .- .
-- - -
that you want to know whether he "A man living on a farm near here

tin thinks the government Hlmuld help onme In a short time ago completely CE.A.JB<> :R.I> E. .C.

build the roada. Many lending men doubled up wllb rheumatism. I handed JOHNSON .
him a bottle of Chamberlain's >
bare recently glen their HD AIR LINE
Indomeinontto RAILWAY.
BRIm and told him to non. It freely and If
; : this new Men or rather old Idea, for not satlffltd after using It he need not

a 1 at \Is now Hourly a ivntury ulnco Jet. l pay a c..nt for It," says C. P. liayder, of KOR" vfx Groceries and Fresh Meats

a feron 1II.cIl.1| | the tlrnt imtlonnl aid bill. Pattens Mills, N Y. "A few days later SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES. RICHMOND, "f-
4 Some of tlic.*' vlown are IlItI>I'I'"lIlIg. In he wllko.lluto tbe store as straight as a
a recent nXM-cli| ox-Hcnator Ilutler of string and handed mtt a dollar saying, of kinds.
live! me another bottle of Chamberlain's
r, rI South Cnrollnii Hiild: Pain U ,1m. I want It In the house all Three Elegant/ Trains Dully Fruits and
" I III ample cointltiillonnl warrant the time for It cured IIW.' 1 For stile by Seaboard New York Limited. Vegetables in ''Season.
1, ; for the IniproveniiMit of the
public all
} dnigKlsts\ and medicine dealers Mall Ciders Receive Prompt Attention.
a roads out of the United StiiteH treaHU17. -
4''tt ----- -- Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail.
t as largo 1111 there IH for the 1I111>1'ovo- Professor 1'fbul. the distinguished astrologer oooo.. a.. rr.a.

moot of rivers and harbors or for the of the Paclflo (coast who predicted MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.The .
,4 la support| of the utfrlcultiirnl eollt-Koa.! It that Seaboard New York Limited l I" vestibuled train composed excliiHlvely
3f' la an appropriation from which we something was go- ullman Equipment Dining/ Compartment! Drawing Room, Nleepwra. und Observation IF YOU WANT A.: ..

would all got beiH'llt and to which wo Ing to happen to I'resldent Roosevelt Curs, operated solid St. Augustine jinil JackHonvllle to New York via \Va..UIngton .

,f' ha. would all contribute u Him, re. The constitution during the lust three days of March. ; leaving St. Augustine at 12:10 p. m. and Jackitonville at 1 :20 p. m. Southbound

( of the I'nlted rttiiten. confers I Beeius to bare been mightily pfhuled. this train la known as the Hrnboard: Florida Limited.
ONLY LINE Operating Dally Thronnh! Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. Lot
F upon congress the right! to establish. .Building
poAtotllceM and pustrondH. Every hlKh- According to recent court decisions ..

r al way Is a pout roans It the government It costs a /good deal more In some parts For.full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent r

I,' r chooses to use It. Even In the days of of the country to kill a man now than Seaboard. or write or a l lot with a BUILDING HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY,
""t A. MAoDONKLti Aaet Oen. 1'.es. AIIt .
Jacksonville Florida.Atlantic
John C. Calhoun ho recommended time It did formerly. It behooves the railroads LAND FOIL AN ORANGE GROVE '
'' l _. ,
lUtrlbutlon -
of the -- -- -- -
4 surplus! among the to be somewhat more careful. -
mevcral staten, nllllt wan done. I think PINEAPPLE PLAN 1' TIqy or TRUCK GARDE

# the best thing for \in to do la to KO to All the Indications that Sir Tbom- We probably have for sale just what you are seeking

+ r; our representatives and IIt'IU\torli In os ID going to be the same old cheerful Coast Line R'y. Settlers are Hocking In but tlll there U room. If vou "

+ congress' and say to them The great loser that be has been heretofore. It
demand of modern t times In the Improvement looking this way, drop a line to
$ must bo admitted however, that ho
of the public highways and
t !
} the federal government should con. bUll a good bout. The Great Through Car Line from Florida. JAS. E. I INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-President

t, 'tribute.
( > ,a Governor Montague of Virginia IB doing I.YlUllnbbott In of the opinion

everything In his I power to nex-uro that the country could get along very Over Its own rails to Savannah the, Clint-lemon Richmond and Washington', thencevia ST. ATJOUSTITSTR.
tate legislation for road Improvement nicely fora your without any t'onjrrciwTlion1 Kiillruucl. -- '" --

sl ; and he Is also In favor of national are" doubtlpiM others. who\ ugret: TO TIRE AVK8T.'

it aid lie says: with him. The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio It. R. SOUTHERN
should not however overlook RAILWAY.

', national aid. I believe this In time will TO THE EAST VIA STKAAISIIIl
I" -<<'0 me. The called
BO constitutional Via Savannah
Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia, Bus
barrier against national appropriation ton Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. -
!Savannah In
cenls Connection with :;
must fall to the ground. Time national antll\Ierchanta' and !Minor Transporttaion Company for lialtl- Florida East Coast Railway.; Effective January I u ItlO '

r government has constructed public more aud I'hlladeiphla. NO. NO. II'J
3411| | NO. :311HN."IWEEVJAUKRUNYILLKASUNEWYUHK i : ; I iYm2U\ :- 51J0)i "

) highways unopposed by the strictestconstructionists 7 MI' Harp: | oIal.V| J"ck.llllvlll.., I)'I.*. ....Huuthern Railway.... .Ar 0205 | rr
of the federal constitution. TO K13Y WEST ANn HAVANA. t2:111.: 4 i o i,> /I 14M..p I LvSav"nll"h.lIs .. .Houth mtt..llway..Ar a 10 a 1 1(1(: J*'
a + Moi-eover, If the national KOVernment Eight cents a pound is Via Peninsular A Occidental II I M. M: Bt" l 9 !flp | Ar Uliarlintg C. Southern ..LvJ1LJ 9 Bfl p t/lllt":/
Sfeamship Company -
1? can .! I tl ftaAr| Itlchiuoim.. Va ... Soul ern lla I way Lv I UB"P: ,_ IT"
appropriate money to what for I? SJ11. I.VJ! J..' I Ar1P'ashlnpkmti.0..Suiii..... .. tip, n
a woman paid Railway. .Lv 10BI" !
a bulk harbors and to Irrigate; lands of young Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points i':.IS1' lllt t 0 \HI .I I Ar Baltimore, Md. ....l'.nn.ylTanla "''.. Lv tl42aI: |! j 0"*
the states how much greater Is tlioreason twelve pounds of flesh. l.lp 1 : 11 'iil Ar ""'Iwle'l-hla1' I'cnnnylvanla R'y..Lv 3K1: 0
IJ a | :
and 1:11'| I1.1""p | Ar New York .. l-eiunylvanl It'y. Lv 1:11.: Y. I "ll I J J
t the
right: for national aid

to public highways, the primal and She was thin and weak and Interchangeable mileage nul.I'1.t0L tickets /good TJCJCUTS.over 13,000 miles of the ej.t N..31 8111111a. anti,.. :l'J-"TheS..uth..ul'ahul.hulto.:-;..... AI l and. 7N- "New York and .Florida arrlvex Ex"dally.......except"' 1Ia1ly| .\IIIINI"Dining..;fanNo i lu u-' Illllfit'
'' among princi 2 allI.IO-: .
( abiding factors of a htiiKtonanil! Flurlila' ,....."
transportation, both pal railroads the Llwl Dally.
1 local and Interstate. paid one dollar for a bottle of I IScott's southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. \...11 | N..lal I lit-tw..n..rk..nvllle..ndCheNo.lball.1. Went V: v .i.

the For reservations and Information: apply to agents of the A. C. C., or write, UIII.: 1 4% .p Lv "'"'arkaonvdle Kla .... Himhern Railway . ._Ar ;6'
on name subject Ocn- and by taking J FRANK It Mp. 31Hla( Arla"ulI.Ua ...... .. .
V C. HOYLSTON, Commercial Agt. W. n. STAII [: Tray. Pass. .. Soutl-vrn Lv I
Oral Nelson A. MH.*n says : 138: 'Vest'AY St. Astor Age I II 0 4ft Kip\ 1Il0.: ArAtlKnta' ..... "II" ... . Southern Railway; .. ..... Lv I' 1C4Jf
doses Building JACKSONVILLE: n766a 843a ,.
regular had FLA. ArClutttanar :
gainedtwelve ... ,
,, "The United States .. WmtbnrnFttflw.y. ... Lvjueen
111111Ilpt'll'Oprhltl' ]I[ ? jt
governinent I. )[. EUERSOSTraffio: Manager.; W. J. C1CA1O T 3Jp Art/fllc.nnrtt.Ohio./ ... .
Gen'l. Pass. Agent .. ( ift; Crescent ._... ... .I.! _.
<1 $ I80MNMHU( ) for rivers pounds i in weight before WILMINGTON, N. C. 11:10': a 8 3JV |' l'luelnuatf .. .. ... .
. lit Four.. ..... ... . : p,
8 ::
y und harbors during the hint twentytwo lOp .This... ArCNluugo, I.. ... .. . .. Blif Four........ .......... .A'I'
)7 years and only About $.S.utXXHl( ) for the bottle was finished. -- -- -- 9 :10 a" a :a p L.V Clnvinnatl uhio ... ... Pennnylvania Line.. .. Ar .. I
the Improvement of the -II.IOp,' TOU&: .ACIt..It'.( in ,... 1."n.yly..ulaLllle..... .. ... Ar I' id*
J, !) Now' country roads. Eight cents a pound is ,:30 54ta Lv'fllrnnunUblO.{ . .. . cir/ }- tun"n. .. .. -. {,a
a' It appears to un that It U fitting( t a-/ 1tJ.: :_ _. ArChloago; ... .. CJU..o-l\llIn........ .... .....t. MI 12w
time to draw the attention not only' of cheap for such valuable ma Y Tao:a I 211: /9"It 4.1 10 p ,Lv v Inciij ii, Ohio .... ... .... C'I,.'.... Michigan Central A r t r a
the people that are Immediately Int'r.f'lIloNl. rA 4 :lU T 30 a ArToleilo' Ohio .. . .. .. C H Mlcblmn Central Lv II
ryfit P
l but of terial. Some pay more, some : Arlwtrolt, Mich... C H C D-Michigan Cential v'
your representatives both ? 8 :an I" 8 .
more ii IcavesIn it 00Lv rinolnnall, rhea :.: : : ..enll..vlv.nia-rlnel. -.Ar
ph elcal epath '" (
wreck. I
la the VnltiHl States and the state leg less, some get nothing for ease idi.trtoAmerlcnns then,prob bay any other one dht. 8"80 5Up ft M a ArPlttohnrll. Va .. . ...... l'.nn ,I..nlaL.lnl'..... L. ,

Ixlatlve bodies because It 1 Is one of the ? t Implyb, : a 0 :amp T.v t'fnclunatlOhio .. ... ... His Four.... .. .' .. -Ar) f' a y
projects that are bound to contribute to their money. You get yourmoney's 1 + quinine of limo , Ito a4..auaouMnthO1ip.tlndlcatron with ''300p T: nr 60s A.n..velan..Oltlo.. ........... Pfpiour..... .. ... .. .. vI ie
t j-oor welfare and hnpplnetis.'* v Dart'orturtdoudlymineral-calomel* Do 1016a 5":11p 8 : 1.1' Lvxlntrtn Ky .... .... Southern Kailwav... .. At L' y
Ir. Ii'a
worth when you buyScott's ., -v+ Danll.rous. It ten'{ at 13p Arlnnbvllle l Ky..r'Ar !In..thernRoallwa'... . LSontharo -
s General KlU-IIugh: Lee, referring to a.e..aary calmer. We poaiUve luarantea all .:_. :L.: ._ TSJS: .8t Lnnls, .Mo....,. ,... ; Railway..... .. .. Lv 10Pennwylvanla ,l<
till subject, says: Emulsion. HERBINEn. .. ...| -s:30 p ,Lv Lezinitton. K. .. ... ..n fllQuth.'nRoaIl..a'. ". ... .Amu I t'
Slop 7.ndevlllr. ... ... .. .. II
PIt the roads .... .. Ky Lines.. "
Improve 7
j1 you you begin> We will send a little braer.srstud r nrd.ewsty :J'Ja JA".hlrnoro.III.... ....... .... rgnnnylTanla...... .. t"'b' I'
; at the foundation of prosperity for the you -. ), !ha any all roan sae er virtu.aulrl.. It b .um15a.X..... 6 an.11I- "CblC81l'O an,1, FormuBaeea,) .. arrive. ; I..av... "', 'rM
1r'n Ple. The government of the United free. d e.iom : mm "f d..dly.r.t or enlnrne!t Olnlneran NOR. 13 .n
t4 suites appropriates now H large sum ., evepamaatl 3Ooporbottia kaln.y awl n..m..h ero.blea 1TIOSpIrr.f5ekkwnan.l I I of the IIky ". Nab No I3.ft| ..t.3a.'vllteg Kan.jLi./. Y' ::5mi
AIIDrumettta. .
carry year for military purposes. ItnltJ.rolrlutl'lI ',... '. ,. : Savannah .Po.Ry.Ar ana1,l! 9 2<*,!, Ar l,.
& BOWNE o. Rv .A
+ for mechanicaland Ar.Aahevllle.o. 3Ot.Ar2l1.con.In.R'
money our Slop LIf
... ;
"' : ml
agricultural colleges. Now. Innsluu.U J, 2 ffi'ir a 1"10111..110. RY.:. J.v 13 4to! 6311aII4lArnimiboFhamIrY. .,
409 Pearl Street, New York. notnnatl..q &C..LY< . .. .
as good road are the bnsla of 806p 1 DMp Mra pArM'|AyKaneaCCity..n>phli>... .Frl rrtffo co. 1''

4 l.o"ptrlty both In. country and city, Soc, and 11.00 ; all druggists. it. 'WILSON .C 80S. No. 13 and 14-+ Th. Florida Llmlud" Dally Dining!..

II. F. CAItl, Dlat. Pass. Agt., 1O8 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville,

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__ lAST; COAST ADVOCATE, MAY 1. 1903. 7 I


ANECDOTES OF ntntlon in tnnt part or tnO country. NEW; YORK: I '
We fought nt Ill pounds." I was still ,,f ." '
:oJ: :N' : : :aO'JEr: :: : the 'inn. iniiTu t I">.v,' and (hey gave me

0'-'P11E-IFDIAN-It1VER. YOUNG CORBETTIncidents tin I.IIIK'I' when' I struck Aspen.
'When ilM you leave the baby Marlborough r
TITUSVILLE howV\ wns th" best I got ,
FLORIDA. "I 1 only had one friend In the audl '
In the Champion Broadway, :Stub I and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. / 4 ,
ence. lie. poor fellow, was foolish
I 400, Room. 200 bath with y +
Featherweight's Career. rooms. Lighted entirely electilo lights. Con-
enough to try to root for me so people
J. O. BAST, Proprietor. could I li-ir, him, and they threw him duoted on American and European plans, and Is managed!' under. the personal t
supervision of the owner
out bodI: '. roomtn was n favorite until I'
DUCK SHOOTING the Beiond round, when I got some
I .l, of the house with me. We fought
I t and FISHING twenty rounds. to a draw, and the and "
Parenmdad a Makelatrate oa On. Oe- liroudway and -,tat :Street,
Hotel Vendome ,
Rates: :$2 50 per day. caalon to Gel m 1learleg for Another there I wanted to blt champion. '
'' f 10 and $12 per week Date-How He Was Forced to ,
A New York World reporter asked In H'. Early .,._The) Ch._. Young Oorlu-tt after his first, fight FIREPROOF :300 rooms, single and en 'suite with pilvato baths and toile ,J V

JACKSONVILLE plon'a Lvekr Medal. with Mrttovrrn If be WRit superstitious. rooms EUROPEAN PLAN Good rooms .'.1'>0; large/> rooms $>; and with

That he Is superstitious and that be The champion replied: private bath tl.liO: (> per day and upwards. The management Is under the personal $

INDSOR HOTEL docs not admire handshakers were "Am I superstitious? No. Yet 1 supervision of the owner. FRANK J GKUEN, Manager:
e two admissions' made by William II., wore something iii the ring for luck ,_ __
--------- -- -- -- -- - -- no - -- I
.JAOK-ONVILf.E'S FINEST Rothwell when I beat McUovern. When I visited
AND FLORIDA'4LAkIiEST (Young ), cOnlul'l'Orof :
AND /BEST YE \I HOUSD HOTEL.OVAL Terry McOovern and the featherweight Cripple 'reek some years ago I .F<> S.A..LE.;:
champion pugilist of the world, stayed nt the home of my friend Willie ,
Flunegan. When his mother heard ---------- -- $
In the Yorkvllle police court, In New
York one morning where he was arraigned I was going to tight the champion she Hot,! with Seven Cottages: and< 10 f
for violating the Lewis law In gave Willie\ \ u little modal to send meI

giving a sparring exhibition at the put It on a piece of black thread and Acres of Land.
New York tied It around' my left ankle under my .. ,
I>owey theater, says the .
stocking bl'foJ'COlnjl Into the ring.
Evening World.MuKtatrnte .
4k1b k Ip q+tn.w a'DGE dolt know what happened after that. .
Hogan wanted time to .,
consider the cane and to let the little
piiKlllnt: fill 1111 lila theatrical engagements w ?'r,' ttwY
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill "
and visit his parent In Denver, Tonic because tho formula is plainly d kr1.! i ntA
consented to postpone the hearing until printed on every bottle showing that it l Is
the second week In January. 1S{)(02. simply Iron and Quinine In a tasteless

"Let me see," mused the magistrate! toi'm. No cure, No pay. iiOcts. ,

consulting a calendar. "I'll put down i ____o_ '
the hearing for Jan. 13." In endeavoring to enforce the ICIUIn- 4

"Oil. gee Judge" broke in Young Cor- antlrebate Inv the, Interstate com Wi ,Y a y I ae ry, ,
( w a Y w t
belt "please\ don't make It the 13th." fierce conunliHloii has decided that ar"
asked tL7ti tt a k ,i' v' y 1 t
"Superstitious about the 13th? any extra favor given; by a railway rw : w+ .
.* rte,# # YI t1stta
"Yes mnglHtrutc.sir," replied the boy. "I don'twant In the way of ,,utorngp or delivery ol Ir.y M 1 V 4 fa v +1 j! 1 *+Ft \ t
goods are a rebate and that paNsec wi 1r(11+ (' 9
to have things happen to me on esr"Mt NMr t$1', 1'
CULJ.ES8 OWNEKS AND given to shippers, are also rebates uixlsubject
) Js PKOPUIKfOltS.JACKhOVVlLLE the 13th of the month. If I win up \
-- both the railroad and the "nclplcut '
-- --- -- I'd be
here on the 13th of January ,
liooilooed all the yen 1'." to lines. The railroad.* are Ju

The little pugilist\ had to wait nearly structed that anything of that km "

HOTEL PLA. two hours In court. Lawyer Hoffman granted must be announced In the tin i'

nud Manager Kraus of the Dewey said Iff schedule ,
that Shurkey and Fitzslnimons had i ,J,

.. been arrested for a similar offense at TO CUHK A COLt IN ONE DAY .,' I. I

Koster & Dial's In loot and. had been Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. .
Opposite pontoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaited and 10novatetl. of mllo south of EAU O ALL IK FLORIDA .
discharged by Magistrate Oluisted. All druggists/ icfitnd the money if It falls Located nts \RSO, three 11111\1"1'11 a t
Magistrate Ilogan wont to, the telephone to OUI'e. E, W. drove's signature Is on on the Eau' Onllle River, loss than, half a mile from the Indian River, and two .A '

Newly furnished throughout. Llberallycmndncted. . booth to talk to Magistrate Oliusted. each box. :2.cts.; ,I nd> I a half miles from the Ocean The property It two hundred, mile south of ; +

KateH $2.30: per day and up. It was found that Magistrate It U stated that Princess Louise ot FaokHonvlllo, on the Florida: Kant Coast Rnllwny, with the Railroad Station adJoining l j
Olmsted did not sit In the Fltzslminons- erected In 1 1lItl! and thorn have .
Saxony Is quite' broken In health and) the property. Buildings/ sane of never t )
Sharkey case and Magistrate Hogan spirits because of the talk her recent boon 1 occupied, the oilglnal owner having died. a few months utter their completion. I

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor expressed a desire! to set the hearingover elopement cuuxcd. Louise la such a shy The hotel] was opened for bout two months prior to the owner's death, and t t

a few days. sensitive creature! has 1 not been used since. All tho buildings. wele elected! In tho mont substantial
"I'd like to go to Philadelphia this 1I ; !1 f
afternoon." said Young Corbett. "I've I nnnner and are now In excellent condition. Tho hotel and cottages are completeIy ; 1

ESTMORELAND HOTEL *-* *, y and Cedar Stl'eots. got a date to play there tonight with An alleged German baron has ]lately 1 finnlsbod l, and very little of the furnltiiro tins ever been u.od. There are two I t, 4

JACKSONVILLE: FLA. the World Beaters Uurlemiwri. From, bunkoed a crowd of Indiana race home 1 uto\lm\ wells twenty ol tei-nn connected, with sewer etc.

American i plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened there I want to go to Denver to see people to the extent of $ .OOO. They The property cost the original owner *M,0i| ( ) snit l will he Mold nt a sncrlfloe. *

my folks. I'll be buck In January." are In a position to sympathize with The above out fairly represent the property.
this season. Fine cooking/ ,;and good table. Hot and Cold Water "I could send It to Magistrate Mott," some American heiresses. For particulars apply to or ,address, I

Blths.: Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All suggested Magistrate "Ilogan. "He bad I IZIIA!: )0'. HATCH. I). L. OAUr.I>F.N, WAlt A. WARNOCK, .I
the cose last Friday. Tourists' Attention. Caretaker on premised' Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner, \
street oars pass the door. Rates, :2.00 to $2.:>0 per day. "Oh gee!I" ejaculated Young Corbett While vlnlting Florida we auk that you Kan Onllle, Florida. Tltimvllle. Flu. Jamaica, N. Y. IIn 11.\\ ,

"Can you remember the lines you .. ____ \
do not fall to buy a bottle of Comfort,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. have In the show?" asked Lawyer the wonderful kidney, bladder and rhotimatlsm '

Hoffman. \ remedy. For( sale by all drug THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE 1' 1
said Corbett. "8_ Wilson J ,j
ADltmZI< ; ;;. '''l'II. Young gists. U. It. & lIon, agent at
ger asks lue If It Is war to the knife. 1 ritusvllle. AH' kinds of Commercial Stationery printed. at the above oftloe. ;i iI

I Buy, -With me life I'll defend the gal.; ,

he Clarendon Inn or"I'd something like to get like away that. Judge." be confided I III' I

SEABHEEZK, FLA. to the magistrate. "I've got to I Iil" dd
meet a lot of handshakers between now
and 3 o'clock and I want to get It over '
OPF.S. TIllwuonOUT THE YEAR with. It makes me tired to be handshaking V

Facing the Sot Entirely remodeled, refurnished! and under now m,magement. all the time." : '
accommodate him\ the :
And so. to "J il"d i i
Bust Northern Service Special, rates by the week and) for the season. date for the hearing was set down as ( ,
Clarendon( Ion buses meet all trains at Dtytuna S'aUon. Address the Clarcn- Tuesday Jan. 14. 1002. ., d dI

Ion [Inn. Seabreeze.:! Florida E. L. POTTER, Prop.C. IA
Speaking of his career as a pugilist I :

II. KNAPPE, Mgr. Young Corbett once said to a reporter A NEW INVENTION. : ; 11. it

of the New York Evening Journal: .

"Fighting was forced on me. I wasa ...
JENSEN.; ; 'uiauiina's boy' when I went to \, 4'1 ;'

school and many a drubbing It cost Recently Patented all Over the World. -- ''t>a ?

L FRESCO 'HOTEL JEVSEN, FLA. me. Therewere three boys that used *;
Center of I'ineappleBclta to lay for me. One of them wan Will\ :.
the other two were named Jacobs
Jacobs that 1
and Dolau. was The Walton t
The prettiest location on Indian River. Larpe, beautiful grounds. Near' made me a fighter. IJ'
the Ocel\O. Fine Fishing anfl Iluntlog.,' Terms roanonahle. Letters and "One day 'mamma's boy' took I his l .

Telegrams reserving, rooms will receive prompt attention. last licking and decided to give It buck

JOHN H. PARK, Owner and Pioprletor.WIJ8T to Jacobs. We met In the scalehouse Self-Locking Tackle Block. :

_. U Denver. I
-- -- at the Union stockyard \ ..
I-ALM 11EACII ARVERNE. L. I. was about tlfteeii years old then and t 41I
Jacobs was a little older. We had a Mud I In ln..hapee, and size, of i'', f

' rattling go that lasted thirteen rounds I WOOD.) \ IKON" and I Ii IIONY.R.: : Will '"

I OTEL LaGRANGE :LaGrange Columbia Hotel before Jacob <|Ult. woik iquitlly' "ell with rope, chain or fl.
"The boys made a hero of me and
and Park Avenue. that me the Idea that I could wire tnptl
Front gave;
Fronting Lske Wo.r,: h.. Direct Ocean fight. It felt pretty good to be walkingup Will work at any height'' upside down, N
hundred kids borlz,mmlly' or at any angle, and will\
WEST PALM BEACH FLA.ARVEHYE UV,THE SEA, r. I. the street with half a N'I
trailing along cheering. So I took to stop' and lock n any point

Now Open for Guests. Grand Opening on Decoration Day. boxing sparred Urst at clubs and then invaluable for every kind of buwlnflK

rrs. Gee, c. LaGrange, Manager. Mrs. Geo. C. LaGrange, -Manager. at regular,: preliminaries and the only where a block U needed, frequently al itvIntf -
man that ever licked' me was dad. tb. labor of one man or more. ,'

I .. "'I left school to box. and after be Nothing like It for hanging or utretch- i Y 1
ASIIIVIILK< N. c. saw that be couldn't atop me he got lag wlies. .
after me. I had
the Humane society I
' begun to box In a vaudeville house Address all communications to the ,,

EYIU.E, N. C. then but they stopped that and I wan
OAKS( HOTEL out for a year. During that year I Walton, Self-Locking Block Co I ,,
tried to learn the printing ( tu r f
r t
(Incorporated.) i
with my uncle. That was leg work ,
*';.110' ) to St3.0t; per week.: #-,00 to Hi..'f!) per day. right I kicked n press for the beat Office and Wardroom, 401( & Atlantic Ave. ( J

part of a year when I wasn't Holdier- Near Rows'* Wharf, Elevated; Station. 'r V I
80 Steam and Hot Water Heated Room. lug and then decided that I'd never BOSTON, MAHS. '.

make printer so I quit r i I
a '
Select "
Tourist --------
Patronage. Rooms: open for engagementBoookleta. "I went to Omaha during the exposition Sample Tilock can be seen at the ADVOCATE I t'"IQi[ Ij I'' s

WM. L. MCCOY Proprietor. arid boxed at I'absfs. on the Mid- ollloe, Tltuvvtlie. '
way. These were mostly exhibition 'l II

SIICLTKIC OFF LONG ISLAX1>, NY' bouts but I bad one good: fight there. The following, out of huadredn, are a sample of the testimonial\ received by the Walton $elf! -I.ecking Block: Co.M ;

ISLAND, That I count 08 the beginning of my < Hlw. .kitnn "''tr...., .....ton.Jan. 10, 1'JA.1. fl.'
ring career. That was with Fred WALTOM Brr-r-fx('Kfro H Mic Co., 1 t ti"KTLCM.Kn ,
boniwt nn the pnu-tla l worklnK of your >..IM"" hlnrfc. which wo ol>t ln..'l front
whom I beat In four round, at / ''''IU'| 'iiif'I l an to give an report 4
fanfinsiHonseliiTCottages.SHELTER O'Nell. Would.,, w. lira niutil different klniln of blork In of factory, op our eler.u.l l l crack. linUtlntf' .".1\1"1( from mm floor t<. nolhor. iteWa 'i,iI
Ike Grill's, knocking him out I re .n have glvtin tb. Wmlton M lf"I>x-kln bl..''... .prrtly it". test,xi'l anti them tlio' tn.*, rellabl..nti' tent hi.."...ul this kind .. b..... ever OM..|. "" '
member that fight for another reason II U a (<"""lln..otlon.anti wa .r. gtivl/ to give! Jim this see, Knit more th.nHantln. pleased. to know (bat U laC w. have. founil "','hal wa bsve I"I tban I
for. You all aile thie notlne. : m shy w'., 4 p.-. A '
O'Nell was out twenty minutes. and I Yours very truly, j. WSCA CO. ,I I' ,

ISLAND OFF LONG ISLAND N. Y. was arrested. The gang bad me good ,' ; t

WILL OPEN and seared, because a man bad been WALTOx5.LY-LrwalxnalncxCo GMTLKVBII:-A Unit 1 parse vl from yon S pair of S In. ..It-\l) JUNE 20TH l00J.: "
1 killed In the ring! In Omaha during the company If I ,.n acV>nr. I
Two and hours from New York via Long Wand 1 R. :R. Health- and his opponent bad erred a timetoladootoLhs m vary niurli' p .l et.b/: end and the. blnrka ,Juat rlicbl. all tha time an I la every piece They ara cortalnly. wbt.f.cry 1 .
one-quarter year, ,....,. '
link, man needs woo .tuu> any DM for blucka,a* Ibe) a' lime an.l U your ,
fully situated on bay amid beautiful acenery. 18-hole golf term in the penitentiary. Your*truly bens F.P. ROWELL "10 I
Magnificent .
Dealer In Oral and Rullilart' Bupplla, Newport, IT. U. I
and t
Pure water. all right 1
New turned out
York Yacht Club itatlon. No malaria. No mo qultoes. : "Hut It r I ,I

Dry atmosphere. Drive and boating, bathing fishing, dancing, kept on at preliminaries until my first W..... "Lr-Lnl.a, GUNK ('0.. Boston, Ma.4. ':
groves, with baths, etc. tar fight came. It was at Aspen, MM OIl"TL""C"We purehaaad of ....01.1!. Inch Alf. ."lorklnc:' tackle: blork with rope to HI, re"". let and hararlren them a fair' .... anti t '
beautiful music hall, electric lights, Otis elevators, suites met 'Reddy' Coogan am wall peed with' the working< of iron..."'..*. In many. eaiwa boxaa end l barrel. ".0'" ...11, handlwl wtthimt aan o"l man. They aasegaenOysave :
] address' Colo., where I a* ........,. They ara...,.no,to iuiytl>lD( wa bar.ever Geed or aaaa for bao.llD bevy w./phte.sf7i'/ .ad qnle"' ''n 0'" fto...,' A. 1
of the COMPANY
For terms and Illustrated pamphlet the champion bantamweight !: PfUJVIIIIO ;

ROBERT MURRAY Manager Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Angnstlne, Fla. west. !oufWlt
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BREVARD CIRCUIT COURT. TITUSVILLE PROGRESSIVE Robbins & Graham Go.Incorporated. E. L :S 4C-z:: :E3 O


The Spring Term of Circuit Court convened GRAIN
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, In TltusvUle! on Monday, with One of the ADVOCATE'S! talented lady ( ) ANDdfAYe! aANDnALL FOOD Pfid D
Street Judge Minor S. Jones, presiding; and correspondents attended the meeting of PAID UP CAPITAL 2500000. Wo handle PRODUCE of MAPE!*
41 West
Bay States Attorney Jas. I). lieffgs: Circuit deal the above line of goods and
the Progressive Culture Club on Monday This company owns exclusively solicit the tract,. 7f ally"
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Clerk A. A. Stewart, !Sheriff Joseph P. afternoon, at the Guild room on ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at >
largest stock In this section of country. Brown and Deputy-Sheriff J. N. Waller Palm street, and noted that It was the Hi J&1ST:: '13 S, E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSV III.E.I!) etatlq p!'
present. of delightful occasion.It .
scene a -
Established In 18U8. The regular venire of Jurymen was was the last meeting with the Clubof In the Indian River Country; On the St. ---

Send for descriptive catalogue. called and answered to the roll call as Miss Emma Wright, a report of whose Lucie River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL
follows: wedding appears In this issue; so the
TUB OHAND JURY. members took the opportunity to give BiBcayne. Prices to suit the times. -Dealer In- ,

?THE ANHEUSER .BUSCH,, The following citizens of Drevard county her a "linen shower memo Send for Land List.
served on the Grand Jury : O.IT. Pad- bers of the Club were all assembled on GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND YEGETI1
Mrs. E. E. Rolilns the president Offices at TltusvUle and Miami, Fla. ,
clerk ,
.401 Brewing Asso's Bison, foreman; Ilarry Jennings, ; Monday, .
-- ---u H - H nrv ITnltAn. J. J. Roberts. J. J. Find. rose and said the ladles were her Crockery, Glass and TinwareTITUSVILLE Your Patronage Sniu.
Joy, Alex Nelr.M.. Campbell, L. M. guests for the afternoon, but she nati -. FLORIDA
'ramnu St. Louis Keg and But Dawson, E. J. Shattuck, W. A. Farmer, turned over the programme of entertainment East Coast Meat MarketG. ._ -- .
--- -- -- ------ --
tled Jloer. W. T. Jones, W. E. Chandler, A. Z Dixon to the Secretary and Vice-Presi '-
C. M. Martin, E. Uustafaon, K, W. dent-Miss Daisy Brady and Mrs. D. 13.
i. Bold. by Mennri. F.A. Losley and Beaujenn J. W. Carllle, J. T. Hamilton. Pritchard, respectively F. DUREN, Agent. J.. L. Mobley( .
R. L. Motlow,Tltu"ytlle,Fla. The Jury rutlrod to select its forenan The Secretary announced that asa new s= r.ICD

I;,Mr, R.L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. and upon their return to Court, announced game was to be plaYAd, and Miss Wright :G; TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
that Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson, of Eau was the guest of honor, she must "play" -.
JOSEPH'ZAPFSole Gal lie, had been their choice. first; so the young lady was blindfoldedand 53- do Contracts for all kinds of Painting, KaUomlning, Staining, Flnlsti
The Grand Jury returned true bills placed In chair In the center of the co: Paper Hanging, at the most reasonable price consistent with
as follows: room; numerous, mysterious parcels, manshlp. Prompt attention given to all work. good
Agent. State of Florida vs. Isham Sherman, dalntly wrapped in tissue paper, were : .
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charged: with murder In the first degree. heaped on her Up, and she was plentifully -- -

(110 to State of Florida vs. Henry Armstrong:, Miss Wright untied the parcels amid the FACTORY.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. colored, charged: with breaking and entering exclamations of the Club, when I It was __ 4 rNp ers TITUSVILLE
: a dwelling-bouse, with intent to found ench member had remembered FLA.
commit a felon. The Judge: sent him hop with mime useful or ornamental r=+ y 'Ie prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special
::23. L. MOTIeO D'. to the penitentiary for two years. ticle of linen. Some dainty bits of solid Y' = paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto alt*
State of Florida vs. George Thompson, I silver also crept In amongst the linen, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

colored, charged: with breaking and en- but all wan very acceptable and a complete .. ..
-------- -- ---- -----
tering, with Intent to commit a misdemeanor -, surprise to the prospective bride. d oId -- '-
"'ailleot to the State Penitentiary The PieslUent of the Club served delicious T7TUS'V'XLLE Xj-L'v/CRY ST11nZ.
for one year. refreshments, and the afternoon's t ,yo
t State of Florida vs. R. C. McKeuna fun ended by a drawing of lots for the
i<, charged with driving cattle, not his own yellow garter, among the unmarried FEED AND SALE II r ie SADDLE. HORy
olf one range/ on to another. Pleaderguilty young ladles of the Club to try and discover
:Sentence was suspended. G. A. the next bride. It would never do ...ST4BLES... BUGGIES
\1 l lt Frost defended.The to reveal her Id ntlty as thug set forth
Court then took up the case of by this mysterious rile. We can only BAGGAGE StRRE
The Slate of Floilda vs. James T. say; ''''alch and see." it) 1
0'B..ny, who Is charged with larceny of We might say, en; passant, that the TRANSFER, and TURXOU
live head i>f cattle In Oscenla county. Progressive/ Culture Club will celebrateIts

This case has caused so much excite- tilenniul on June Orb; and In tlioxo IIAULINGETC. s' .all klDIII",
ment iu the county where the crime is eventful three years, seven of Its inrmbes -

supposed to have been committed, that have been married, and there are J. M. OSBAN & BRO
the Court found' It necessary to removeIt yet some very attractive young! ladies ----:,--.. Vn.I.EBack of Grand View hotel.
to this county for trial. There are between lefr. although but few. .I.z1\T.: \ FLORi
30 and 40 witnesses In the case, From a Bachelor Maid's Club this .--.---------.---.------- __h__ _
t Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, and six attorneys: J D. Hoggs, W. J. popular Association will soon become a .
Ales, Stout, Etc. Scars and D. L. Gaulden for the prosecution Married Woman's. Club-without some Seeds For
; and D. U Fletcher, W. J. Bryun unforeseen event occurs by the Initiation If Your House Goes up in Smokeand .summer Crops p
t B3T-Send; me your orders! and! J. N. Taylor for the defense. of more unmarried ladle Good

TITUSVILLE When this trial In ended the Court luck to this last bride aDd good luck to I loose
and COCOA, FLORIDA. will until ."._ n.. .___......_._ "....__,__ .....L. you_ __everythingit
rva adjourn May Huh, when It will .lie A lugrtmnivaFIRE ....u..un. ...IUU. in your own Il1nl..
again convene in TltusvUle to clear the Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans:Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teoninte, (J
Ja>.II. 1\I&olleal.I'reIl. Jan.E.Tnlfl, ducket. DETMro: Xn.En.1ra.n..oo.:: :: Beggarweedclean. .
IN TITUSVILLE.An i sufficient to cover the value of the prop-
BRAND JURY PHKSKNT.MKNT. erty and household effects should be car- CC] AT :JE.A..S:

i\r! The Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Circuit alarm of fire was given Tltusville ried. Rates are not high.:, companion Whlppn, Clays, Wonderful, Black, Unknown, Lady nperM.;
of Florida, In and for Brevard we represent are solvent, reliable and lib- Clean Bright !Stock: Lowest Prices. Conch Peas
yesterday afternoon at :4.;, and an ADVOCATE ; < 35o; per qt., Postpaid; I ll
l ;:;; County, Spring Term, 1003. reporter was at once despatched eral. Claims are promptly adjusted. peck; $...:&:\ bushel.
To the Honorable the Don't neglect to tike out a policy. Poultry Supplies Stock Food Insecticides Garden
: Judge of the above to the scene of the conflagration, which loo.s. Fertilizers.

.1.1.(l4 )-..rlUUJl41Nx.*...- entitled Court. was the old J. T. A K. W. nail way SCIIUYLER & 3RANNING, L. CAMERON, The Seed Store,
We the Grand Jurors of the State ofFlorida building on Broad street, owned by the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 1 14 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE
( enquiring In and for the body of F. E. C. Ry. Co., and latterly occupiedby Correspondence Invited. FLA
I \ J the County of Brevard, beg leave to make the McFarland Fruit Company
this, our General Presentment: YVuen our reporter arrived on the
SySTli ,J We have investigated all matters of a scene, flames were Issuing from the
!k criminal nature which have been'brought southeast corner of the building, which Rupture Cured Free. Special Attention!
before us and have taken such action has been used for boat building by S. N.
b : thereon that lu our judgment the testimony I Gladwin, who lost all his tools, etc., and
.SlNf nlV\two V4&lU.l'S. warranted. there was considerable shavings scattered The Mice Method i<* Unpnralled GIVEN: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
XVo have Investigated the books and around. There wise a stioug southeast .
accounts of the various officers, and dnd wind blowing, and by five o'clock in the Annals of Medical Success.: Hardware Tinware. Crockery Glasswai
tuMt,ohnapent and iiiont durable for roofs that the accounts ate correctly kept, And the H-imes had swept through the entire ,
t'" all klmlH, boilers,smokestacks, tiring' Iron ho books are In a neat manner; we Hud building, which was two hundred feet In A Cheap Homo Cur Hint Anyone Can !'_
s work.etc. Anyone nan apply It One flout' nufflrlene. that the length, from emit to went. Across the Without | Harness and Stoves.EOTOur .
o n..a.I"IIII".llflr", ,.... Plra' ami water nctountsare regularly kept and P.InUaogrrorLo.eof
: proof. Btopii IrAkH. UH"!all over thiN Htaui for upon comiaiUon: find that there is no street was the building iu which K. K. Tiu' from Work.
,, pant tiftmiii. yeare. wood for circular' Price' InnarraU discrepancy existing In them Mime jr did carriage; building and Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promp
, ,Pin cants pnr" ica'lont' h ilf liarraU,A3 rt*
I ton and .. | We also wish to compliment our Sheriff blacksmithlng. By starting at the that.
tlTH-italloii |>kit Hi curt Heml onlnnito IS SENT PURR TO ALL.
Florlila Hardware Co, .laukMinvlllH: 1 ; Knight I .Ion. I' Brown on the appearance of alarm of lire, to taking his, hoia and( oih Jas. Pritchard c& Son.!
r A Wall, Oo ( Tampa( KHiinerlv; I H rrluaro 4 u,., the jail and grounds In general.We er fixture. from the shop, Mr. Mlms succeeded Out of the chaos. of old lima failure
Palatkai Mrlvr& M-ulu "
; Maokav II. Ker-
( j. neWeuIurda.e'.Trwio&Co..o.wFin.tslki j commend the School Board for the In saving everything but a few comes a new and startling cure for top.tore.
,: good showInK In(conduct of the schoolsof articles to heavy to bo. carried!: .by.luau; Dr._\\'. S. Rice, 2 the county; particularly in the economic so Ills loss was slight The building! / Adams, N. Y., has invented a method Titusville Florin:
administration of the finances.We caught on fire at ;0:0.1: : and, In IIfteen r .
i I Boarding. heartily concur In the recommendation minutes It had burned to the grout< d. iI ai- r __ -. ..
of the County School Board for the Luckily the residence of :Mr. and Sirs Ii! I I III IIIIi I
enactment of a Compulsory Education Jno. Simonson, which was close to there '
u 4k'h
}' In AVest I'alm Hencli. UHI, and reqiU'Ht our representatives in ( escaped. I Quick Action Spark Coil.GivesaBigSpa 11
the legislature to use their best efforts The old tent building had a large; number .
Desirable People who wish a pleasant for the passage of same. of tents In it, as well as machinery _
plane> to stop at while In West Palm We respectfully oommend to the of various. kinds, but everything was .
Hoard of County Commissioners to Investigate wept away in the fire except some old $
I1 Dead will find MINARET COTTAGE
It material for the construction account books. h rf
on Olive street, between Evernia and of good roads, and necessary machinery As far a* we can learn, the fire was t' rk=tl
't Kern, just such a place Nice, clean for crushing and spreading the same, and discovered In Incipiency by an Italian with a Small
I, rooms, neatly furnished; comfortable that they Investigate the cost of a rock In the southeast corner of the building, .
crusher to crush rock for the roads. but nobody seems to know how it originated y "
t c3_ beds; good, wholesome food; VERY We extend our thanks to the Proseou* although It occurred In broad day } Battery.
'y' moderate prices are the recommendations. ting Attorney for his aid and courtesy, light. ytiMa. 1 I
1 I Only a limited number of room- and wish to return to your Honor our There was about $::1.000 or 1,11110( > r Especially AdaptedtarRSpeed

tl tars can bo accommodated. Table board thanks for your kindness; also to the worth of tents and machinery in the CItAS. LAND.;. Engines,
r specialty. various officers of the Court, for their building, but only 9000 worth of Insurance Qu'okly Curd After Suffering 18 Tear.

MRS FRANK! DARLING pray prompt to be and discharged.courteous treatment, and the Fireman's on them.. Insurance The insurance Co., for was which in that cures without pain, danger, opera Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Beac
tion hour's )loss
or an of time
;:: West Palm Iteacb, Fisy U. F. PADBISON, Foreman. Mcsars., Schuyler:: Branning are agents. Hay's work. To avoid all from the
llAiiKY Mr Mime had Insurance. questions of
JENNiNGS, Clerk. no lie hail doubt he ends feet,
---- lots of help' assisting him to save hla free trial of his method every and'there sufferer can The Best is Found the Cheapest.UNITED .
E. Voscy Hall goods, and says he did not loose much.
y A COMPETITIVE DRILL. lie will again start In business as soouan be no earthly reason why anyone, rich or
'i. possible. poor, should not avail themselves of this
generous offer. As an Instance of this
I Boatbuilder The four military companies the Tl- remarkable method, the cure of Charles
tusvllle High: !School had a competitive INSPECTING THE CANALS. Lange, Morrison, Ills., is a welcome piece
drill last Friday morning, to determine of Intelligence.
1 GEORGIAN, FLA. the rank of each company. There were On Saturday last, the I.ojlalativeCom. Mr. Lange is a well preserved old gentleman
quite a number of the school patrons mittee, appointed to lnnpct the Florida 73 years of age, and for eighteen
1 build a special launch hull :20 feet by present to witness the drill, with which East Coast canals, arrived at Tit illY lIIe, years had a bad double rupture which no
I' :3: feetO Inches beam, steam bent white oak they were more than pleased The general on board the Florida Coast Line Canal treatment could cope with. After a short
,t, frame, cypress planking, copper fastend decorum and complimentary prugress and mnsportatlon Company's chartered use of the Rice method the left rupture
"") pine decks, bent combing, lockers unler of the above companies-composed of launch, Cherokee. healed entirely ana the right was almost
4v lI all seats." Inside finished( In varnish the girls and buys-was very favorably The committee had been Inspecting:the closed In a few weeks. To day he Is as PineappleWRA.PS
r, for $l2:/:\. Complete with :3 II. P. engine, commented upon by those who witnessedthe work oo the Malansa*, Tomoka, Halifax sound as a dollar, and his cure Is only
f all ready to run. Price, $:iv&. drill. and Illllsborough rivers. and Mosquito one of hundreds of similar cases tei-ort-
7I Other sizes built to order. Major F. M. Taylor, the drill Instructor Lagoon and Ilaulover Canal, and were ed by those who use the Rice method
I ; Mr. Geo. M. Hobbins sod Capt. Jas. en route south as farce Miami, going Semi for this free trial. Don't be back
, i Tutwllor were the judges, and they declared through all canals operated upon by the ward. It will surprise you with its won
,' Hodgson Bros. the following grading:: company on the way. As fur as we can derful power to heal. And If you know
Miss Nettle Jones' company, 9ji; Prof. learn, the committee seemed quite pleas of other ruptured people ask them to
t R. E. Mscy's, company WlAII; Alepb ed with the progress: made, and work write or write for them. Do not fail to
EAU GAILIE, INDIAN RIVER, FI.A Mlms' company,82.8:! ;Master Rufus Rob- done by the Canal Company, and we are write at once; do so today.TITUSVILLE'S .

Marine Railway. bins' company, $:I.l\. under the impression a favorable report
On Tuesday morning there was snot her will be made upon the return of the committee
General Merchants and Ship Cbandlera competitive drill of the members of the to TallabABsee. TRAINS.The .

alt ..Special Facilities.. four companies, for the bnnor of carry- The above party-who stopped at Tltusvllle. Arc the! Best. Ask your cighbo
lug the flag, and Miss Frankle .
i Stewartwas about thirty minutes-gave the following are the times of arrival
Fur Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing : declared the winner In the contest.A ADVOCATE office a pleasant call. In the and departure of passenger trains to and .

; Yachts and Launches party were: Senator \V. A. Williams, from Titusville:
I of SU Augustine: ; Representative II. II. SODTBBOCHD.IT We Make Them in all Colors.
Mention the AnvocATB when writing. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. Floyd,of Armstrong;and Representative Tltuvill for Miami and I :3.M m*
T. E. Roberts, of Key West: also Messrs. Intermediate points at I IOftTHBOtnrD. 10 M P P m
Lnu For" Sale. The Urge' : saw mill and lumber plant of Geo. .', Miles, E. I*. Diemu'kes, Geo. W. t
the Bond Lumber Gibbs and Capt. 0. G. Gleason.
Company at Neoga, Representative Leave TltnavllU for Jackionvliu: I 1:34: am
rn, acres flrst-olass pineapple land, In St. Johns county, was totally destroy Roberts,Capt.Gleason and Mr. and Intermediate points at } 2:1.1 pm For Tomatoes try
desirable front, oo. St. Luole river, at a ed by fire at an early hour Wednesday Geo. W. Gibbs stopped over here-:Mr. .Tltn.rtlle for Sanford 18
l bargain. For. reasonable terms write, night. Not a vestige of anything valuable Olbbs returning to St.: Augustine on therein ArrlVM TUnartlle from Banford 120: p.m LID
W. W. Lrcic, was left of a plant valued at 40,000. ( Representative Roberts going to
Tlbbals, Fla. It was Insured for about $10OOO. The Miami and Key West, to accompany his .UNITED D Paper]
lire was first discovered In the engine wife and family to Tallahassee,and rapt. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALton's .
yp' OLD NEWSPAPERS!: For Sale room, but bow It originated Is unknown. Gleason leaving for Eau Gsllle. All the Rapid Calking Tools now in use
at this office. f. E. Bond one of the owners of the others went down Indian River on the by boat. owners In the United States. .
Cheap, mills. Informs ns that the plant will be Cherokee, where they were joined by Price ...00 and 3.00 each, at the AD- One trial will make you our customer.
rebuilt M speedily. as possible, and on a Capt. Gleason at Eau Gallic and by Representative, TltusvUle Fla. _
3- Kilter tube are now for sale at larger and more Improved scale Roberts at Miami. If dealer to
with all Jupiter your does not handle UNITED BRAND of Paper write
tkls -
office 25cts
price ; postage extra.. the latest saw mill machinery and appliances.
The new saw mill will be running rr- We cannot guarantee to publish
Jr: Reading notice ads on this page If possible, before' the end of July Items that do not reach this office before do remember not fall the to send ADVOCATE as a share office of, and UNITED:::: PAPER CO.,
... five cents line week. -Daytona GueU. your
per per ewa. noon on Thnrada,.. work. We will please
yon. I


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