East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00243
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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1 Topic of Qenernl Interest. -Mrs. Jas. Prltohard hns been enjoying -!Mr. M. S. Jones, jr., and little son, -The weather has certainly been love In last week's ADVOCATE wepubllshei Where to stop along the East Coast. ; ,

a visit at Fort Pierce this week. of Quay, were In town a day or so this ly the past week. a report to the effect that John W. Coo See list of hotels on page 7. .

. THE ADVOCATE Messrs. T. II. Sanders, of Courtenay, week. -Capt. W. Ii. Sharpe, of Sharpen, was had killed l S. Carpenter at Lotus on The ADVOOATR Is on file every weekat r

11.50 per annum In advance. and R. L. nixon, of Cocoa, are In town -Mr. K. B. Raulersnn, of Fort Pierce, In town yesterday.Dr. Merritts I Island; and on Friday morning, the American Club, Havana. ';'
after had to Cook wits
six months h was In town a couple of days the first of we gone press,
100 foreign countries. today.Mr. the' C. P. Plutts& of Fort Pierce, ar- captured by James Curllle, who reside The ADVOOATK Is now on file at all t'
to week.
1/00: per an. A. Y. W. Hogg, of Fort Pierce, rived In town yesterday about two miles outside Titusville. the best.hotels In New York city. ,

lien you subscribe for the ADVOI has been In town this week, attendIng YOU A'INT SEEN ANY EC.CJH.: GO It appears that Mr. Carlllo was working ,. \
the It does not cost you Circuit Court. -Mr. John It. Suns: of Courtonay wa Where to .stop In Tltusvllle. See TI-
by year. to F. E. t\ Lunch Stand and get them In the Held near his house when he
I week, postage Included. among the arrivals town yesterday tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page.
cents per offer raw, filed or boiled. saw n man approaching him from .
Pineapple to men with small I
lie date of expiration printed upon south. The walked to U.U'lIIeand The Boston branch ofllce! of tho
Look Rha' for -Mr. R..1. Laltoohe of Courtenay man up EAST'
capital. Luce'sad.
week. This ply \V. W. -Mr. R. R. Rloou and family of Jensen -
4 paper or wrapper every on have has been In town a few days this week. asked for work and Mr. Cirllle replied COAHT ADVOCATE Is at 401 Atlantic ,
pagoS. to Indian ja.
No need gone Springs, ,
for money.
fteceipt your that he could Itlvehim work, anti avenue.
L to send receipt for subscription. Attorney C. Chlllingworth, of West for a while. They passed through here ICE CREAM FIFTY CENTS A QUART took him to the house, so that. he could

liUte. Rives I It to you. Palm Bench, has been in town several yesterday.Mr. 'We furnish paper basket Wilson\ !get his gun which was just inside the Visitors to Jacksonville are advised to

IK I EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Is on days, attending Court. L. "". Halle who Is manager of! & Son door; but Cook thought Carllle was tak stop at those hotels. whose nds. are on

Lille following news-stands, at five SEE E. WADDELL MIAMI MAN the fish business, of Geo. W. Scobie at -Mr. J. M. Sanders.., one of Cocoa's Ing him to the house to give him some. our 7th page.

K per COPYtavilleB: after of Cutler estate,If want, to Vero spout Sunday:! with his family In prominent merchants, was In town yes thing to eat. Carllle was satisfied:\ Hotel men looking for a good Investment -

U. Wilson & Son. buy choice bits of real: estate.you Titusvillo.KUBBER. had the right man, nn he had a ilosorlp should not fall to road the-ad. of
'kMonvIU.-Duval hotel. terday.Mr. lion of him In htlll'nckf't.' printed at the the Surno property on III1 page. Mr.
STAMPS of all kinds made
.. News stand Union depot -Mr. R. E. Mime jr., has. his new ... Win. PruotoiluH, of Canaveral ADvocATE office When asked where Win, A. Wamoek, of Jamaica, N. Y.,
blacksmith, shop nearly completed. It cheaply and expoclitl to the LeweK-it (:0.
goading notice ads are ten cents will be quite commodious building.Mrs. Dinsmore. Kla. wy Novelty & Hitchcock.Mrs. came from Georgia.As by I Inteiestod parties. Read the ...1. *
F. 1t1\l1lert Wednen soon as I'm: Hie got MM. he toll
II Intro on gun
this Helen W. and little
1110 i.in page. Reynolds Mr. Murray of the Ponce de
-Mrs Tenhen, of St. Augustine,pass day for Sebastian and Klondike, on a Cook he would have toga Tltusvllli
|\lr. M. S. Sams, of Courtenay, arrlv"i daughter Mabel spent a couple of daysor ed through here Friday last on her way visit to relatives. with him ; he brought him hero and had Loon, /St.:' Augustine, Fla., has engagedthe
HO at West Palm Beach the first of following stall for thoManhansot hotel I
I town yesterday. to (Cocoa where her daughter, Mrs R. him placed In the county J ill, to be takw '
the week. F. Jones, Is 111 with fever. -Mr. J. A. Groves, of Sebastian, Is In care of by Sheriff' Itrown. Cook admitshe Shelter 1111\11\1.; ) I,. I., for the coming .

.\Miss, Lena Mendel has moved IntoE. -!Mrs. Geo W. Scobie returned home town attending court this week, a guest Is the man wanted by the authoiltlvs season: I Room cleik George S. Coleman r
! :. B. Wager's store building. -States Attorney J. I). Beggs has cashier H. U. front :
on Monday from Jensen, where she had of the :Minis house. for the killing of Carpenter, but says he ; Squires clerk
been In town duilng the sitting of Circuit W, J, Fleming night olerk. J. Ii. Masury
Hi Ircult Court again brought a large delightful visit with Mrs. Cbaa. 8. of did It in lIolt.del'cn"e.MARRIAGE .
( : -Mr. and 11\1r8. S. Burton, 0\\ nertl
this week. Court. lie does his duty fearlessly steward, P. 11. \ .... ; l
|her of people to town :Schuyler.Mr. an orange at City Point are now housekeeper
and conscientiously, and he Is a terror to grove steward I. J. Wilson, and ,
.rapt. Benj. nOjl ,\ of Fort Pierce, ( Harry U. Hodgson, of Eati Gallic evil-doers. ni Bayslde, R. I., for I lie summer OF MISS DAVIS.On Mrs Wolir. Rem the a
I Titusville\ a short visit on Tuesday. came up to town on Monday having -Indian River Lodge, No. IK F. A A. -Read the ad. of Dr. F. E. Buck, the of ADVOCATE:

ONLY GENUINE MILKSHAKE: been summoned to be present on the juryat M. 'will\ hold a meeting at their lodge- well-known, dentist, of Jacksonville, I If Wednesday afternoon, at throe Manager Jos. P. Greaves, having concluded

jlitiiBville\' -at F. E. C. Lunch Stand.me the Circuit court.M room In the Indian River hotel, Tliunville you want your teeth fixed. See I page ?: o'clock, In the presence of relatives anti a highly successful season at the

and try it. r. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, who this (Friday) evening. There will\ Carpenters and painters are very a few friends, Mr. Ralph Burton, of Alcazar, SK.' Augustine, Fla Is now at

II. Roberts and son, Phillip ofIs have been spending six or seven numtlu be work In the second degree.Mr. busy; no much so, cannot attend Washington D. C., and Miss Nellie the Manhattan building, Broadway, New

Mra of days or so in St. at Hotel Plaza, Rockledge, left for Grand Wm. M. who to all the work offered them In Tltusvllle Douglas Davis of I'alatka, were Joined York, where he Is making preparationsFor
a couple Merwln owns a
spent Rapids, Mich., on bunday last. III the holy bonds of matrimony, the a busy. summer at Manhattan Beach.
the first of the week. fine residence. at Itockledf and
Justine winter ; ; Key. Mr. Kltohla, of St. Mark's Kplsco Mr. Oruaves, '... most of our readers
Express Agent G. G. Howard, of this who has been enjoying a few weeks' visit -Mr. W. N. Hendry, of the firm of
AJtoe church the
h'OU WANT TO BUY A HOME pal performing ceremony. know, U the manager of the famous Or.
Pineapple Plantation or Vegetable place, went to Osteen last Sunday, to at Walter's Park, Pa., has returned to Hendry &: Goldsmith, Fort Pierce, has Miss Davis who Is well known to the lend Hotel, at Manhattan Beach New
check up tha accounts of the agent: at his palatial summer home at Milford, been visitor In Titusville, a few days
Farm see E. A. Waddell, Mlaml.Dr. proprietor of the AnvooATR:, Is the York, the opening which Is scheduledfor
that I place. lie reti rned here the same Conn. this week youngest daughter of Congressman: Robert June 25th.Mr .

[ .. W. Craven, a former resident day. W. Davis and born and reared' i
Miss Bessie Grlsard who taught was
'itimvllle Is residing In San Mar. ; Horace 11. Shares the well known
nov DON'T FORGET THAT THE F. E. C. school at Cocoa all the winter arrivedIn genuine yellow legged fried, chicken Is In Palstka. She was one of the clty'i of the New ,
New Mexico where the ADVOCATE manager Rockledge Hotel at
Lunch :Stand "I'l1Iaerve Florida Chlcbec town on Tuesday on a visit to her at the F. E. C. Lunch Stand opposite most popular society young ladies, and: Itooklodge }'Ia. and of the Colonnades
1\8. free of friend Miss Mime and left Wednesday has hosts of friends. Mr. Burton Is a ,
Chowder, on. Saturday night, Aleph depot.
at Hoabreor.e, Fla.. has/ tsken of .
towns avoid the afternoon for her home In Winchester man of promising prospects, and
If yon have not paid your charge. Come early and young the bans
New Weirs
N. II. the of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. BaJ.lwlnowner8 on
of the Oxford
had better do ao, for the tax Tenn. la a' present manager
.' you close the 2nd of rush.Mr. of a flue orange grove( at Rorkl>>dgf*, left In Wellington where he and his bride l.ako Wlnnlepenaukoe, for the summer,
a will positively on Thomas Knight of Canaveral -Mr. Geo. W. Scobie, Jr., l left Tltnsvllle for I hell' summer. home at New lluveu. will\ make their home. and he and his brother, Mr. Paul A.

e. was among/ the pleasant canes at this \ Wednesday, for Norlk, ( Va., wherehe Conn yeiteidiy.Mr The room In which the ceremony was. Shares are now Installed in their summer .

Mr. W. I. Allen one -of Jensen's office on Monday. Mr. Knight is the assistant /goes. to accept a ponillon." hookki epee performed was beautifully rt..om'aleclwllh hotel, which hits been' formally
and Wm II. Fa Hand ofTltusvllle
ninent pineapple growers, has been lighthouse keeper of Canaveral for the firm of booble &: Hughes, the Mrs. Me (lowers and evergreens, and man] opened for the season The New Veins I.
own several days. this week, doing lighthouse. wholesale I"h. fruit and vegetable commission are at lUvcnpoit, Iowa, today liandsome presents and remsmbrancei III one of the bust known of the White
with .I..Va..lCh's & Sells clrcu i
duty -Miss Kate Stewart returned to townon 3 JDerobantli.papt. They will be In Michigan nex week.If from friends were In elltlonceJr.! and Mountain which hotels Mr. Shares and remarkable has, Attained la success themlln"ll"ment .

Mrs J. T. Knox of San Mateo Monday, after a pleasant visit of a A. W. Rule traveling freight Intend going to New York Mrs.. Burton left over. the East!: Coast of Ms Florida hotels bids

ednwn Monday to visit her parents, week or two at Miami, as the guest of agent of the Nashville, Chattanooga ASt. you Railway Wednesday afternoon for their fair to bo repealed at the New Hampshire
this summer, do not fall to get reservations
and Mrs. Tltusvllle :She enjoy Louis Railway came up to Tltusvllle your future home. 1 11'he
W. S. Norwood Mrs( J. H. Pope reports an Line of hostelry. The hotel) Is situated ona
Clyde steamers wishes
and confined Ills AI>VOOATK: joins In best
it few weeks. able time at Dado's county town. on Saturday, was to
bluff Lake Wlnnle-
high overlooking
the agent, C. II. Walton, TIttisvllle.Mrs. and of then"wlomanle.1
bed for several, days the first of the week, for the happiness prosperity
IVOIUXft POWDERS. If want -Do not fall to read the San Mateo >esaukeeand Is surrounded by the White
with attack of couple.IMARRI'ED .
lagrlppe.Dr. Hembler who
an A. J. went toTavarvH
Mountains. The hotel has iiooomoda-
send ; for sample Sth In these
good thing 20. a cigar advt on our page.
nckage, to the Lewes. Racy Novelty times of competition and rush a merchant and Mis. S. W Carroll), Miss\ Annie to see her mother, who had Mon.broken lions for :280 guests.Mr. .
her returned to town
arm, on
L, Dinsmore, Fla. who does not adyeitUe Is very little Hudson and Miss Jennie White spent day. Her mother U getting along nicely, IN TITUSVILLE. John M. Huestls, son of Mr. Anti
outside his own town. Peopledo last :Sunday at Daytona: and beabreeze,
Mr. Mr*. W. B. Huustls. Saratoga, tiled at
J. A. Collins having
recently-purchased das lot the west not known whether his business Is returning to Tltusvllle on the midnight FRUIT AND VEGETABLE: LANDS A rather quiet wedding took place In the Ht. George hotel St.Augustine, earlyon
of the Walton Julia street In full awing or closed. train. They report a most delightfultime for sale Improved and. unimproved town on Sunday afternoon. It was the Friday morning last. I>ec used. was
property at these popular resorts. lands. Pi Ices to suit nil Call !
parties. nuptial. of Mr. Thomas Knight of C'anaveial bright and fellow
ned up Improved. -Mr. U. B Mace of Wllllamsbrldge, a gentlemanly ;young a i
N. Y, who spent a few months at the -:Mr. and Mis. W. T. Wells, prominent or write. E. Waddell, Miami Fla. and Miss Fannie I.. Gray, of and came south, from New York, with

Dr. K. J. Thornton of Tuskegee/ Indian River hotel left for his northern and popular residents of .Melbourne -There was a meeting of Friendship his plant, the announcement of which he proprietor of the AUVOCATK, the .

who owns an orange grove at Lange on Saturday last going to New York by and large property owners on Indian I Chapter No. II, Outer of Eastern Star, I wall nude in last' week's VOOATB. The first week In November. Ha had been I

left here, on Saturday last: fore. of the Clyde steamer, Iroquois. Mr. River and Lake George, N. Y., were at the Cliapter-roam, Tltusvllle, Tuesday wedding took place at the residence ol III fur several weeks with ubeoss of the

> lie will return here later In the Geo.way Nauman accompanied Mr. Mace to visitors to itrevard's county town on evening, but the attendance was not the bride's parents, Mr and Mis. Seward liver, to which be succumbed. notwjth-
00. The ADVOCATE: follows.Col. F. Gray Mr. John Henry notary public standing and the best I
his home at WlDiamsbildge.Mr. Tuesday returning to Melbourne Wednesday so good as upon some occasions. an operation oars ;
evening. They made the round tying the nuptial knot, making the happy of doctors, trained. nurses and his devot- :\
C. C. Post the founder of Seaze '
and Allan N. Medd left here. Tuesday trip on their fast, cosy and trim-looking -Dr. and !Mrs. L. D. Eaton of West pair man and wife Only the Immediate eol I relatives. The funeral services were. 1
of the
one roost progressive
for Palatka, t<> superintend the launch, Hatasoo.Rev. aim[ Beach arestillguestsof the Indian numbers of the family. were present. held at the St. George hotel on Saturday I
"ns the East visitor
no O
"ast, was packing of all the machinery at the tannic River hotel, Tltusvllle. Dr. Eaton-who The bride Is a very bright and popular afternoon, and on Sunday the remainswere

,Htusvllle on Friday and Saturday acid factory, preparatory to removing N. I. M. Bogert, who has filled has been suffering from asthma-In young lady! who has a host of friends In shipped' to Saratoga for Interment

and gave the ADVOCATE ofllce awant It to Tltusvllle where It will be addedto the pulpit of the Tltusvllle Presbyterian much Improved In health since his short his section while the groom Is well accompanied, by the bereaved members S

call. the Florida Extract Co.'s works at church for the past four months, expectsto sojourn In lliisvtlle.1 known for his steadiness and Integrity of "Jack" Huestls-as be

Mra. Hemllnger, wife of Mr. Frank this place which" Is doing a t\"IIIIHhlnlt\ leave for his home at Metuchen, N. J., I -The InctUn River! Hand will give a He holds the pimltloii of "wsslstant, lighthouse was allied-had( a host of friends, all of

(UMnllDKei/ formerly with the F. E. C.Co. tannlo acid business. Mr. Medd will bIn on June 2nd. Next Sunday and the Sunday concert and l dance In the Opera house, keeper at Canaveral The bride whom Mill miss. his happy-looking ooun-
will\ be his last services In
., at St. Augustine( who recently Palatka two or three weeks. following I'ltusvllle, Thursday evening next, May and groom, who left for their home at etmnce. Deceased was at Saratoga-

toed a divorce from her husbaud.. len .schedules on the Florida Tltusvllle, under the present engagement :/Wth.; Ice cream cake and lemonade Canaveral on Sfomlay, have the best Springs, January IDili, 181)1. Ho/was a
Summer he would be to
and pleased see as
have married Mr. of ., wishes of their filends for a rnduuie( of St. .rohnahool.,
a Carrie Railway will soon be in oper- will be tor sale. It Is for the benefit of many pros [ Manllus
York. East Coast many of the citizens present as possible and life.\ N Y, and after his
last week. ation. The opening of the Continental the above band.' Admission, 2.>o. Ad lerous happy ; graduating ha en-
:Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins gave --- --- --- -- hired the brokerage business of Bell itJo
Yrs.1 taken .May28th -
E. her hus- Atl n'lc Beach place
Farmer Hotel at &
J. M. Lallin, of New York,
lell"lve whist New Yoik where he remained for
smell but pleasant
" at the Indian Titus- and that day regular summer a pro
Hirer hotel on Between
:! still remains with us. the excellent MAYOR C. L. SMITH. four
residence (South Titus.
Friday last, accompanied by her schedule will\ go Into effect on the East party at their in fishing In Indian River and the years.YNotice
hI' little It Is probable that the vllle on Tuesday evenln Refreshments
daughter Marlon. Mrs. Coast: Railway.
weather having lie.sys Its
'''her has |jut recovered from the ef- travel to the seashore this season will and Instrumental music were In order, lovely hard to tear himself we are from Tltus Hon. Charles L. Smith was nnanlniousy to Contractors. and Ilnlliler -

' 'of an operation from appendicitis, exceed all other records, and a big season and all spent an enjoyable evening. Mr. vllle.\ Capt. Lallin hauled away In several fine I chosen as Mayor at the special eleo- .
of West. Palm
C. C. rhllllngworth: Ion held Tuesday to fill the
n wa successfully performed In the Is looked f.>r.Mrs. this week. vacancy
trout whiting
'tat' at ist. Augustine. Reach; and Mr. II. U. Hodgson of Eau. caused by the death of Mayor Thomas. Healed bids will be received un-
[ J. A. Modlsette, of Minneapo Gallle, were among those present from adl..tance. -The yawl, Irene, formerly of Indian Owing to the lack of opposition a full orslgned to be presented to brathe

and Mrs. Hoffman Allan of lie Minn., has been In town a couple of .. liver, now owned by Mr. Chas II. Hogg: vote was not polled people not feeling of I'libMo I Instruction of Brevard county,
,'muse" ? Va who the winter weeks or so, staying with Mrs. :Simmons: while On the hat It to to the troubleof }
spent who -Mr. II. B. Ransom, A former residentof of New York, cruising was necessary go at a spoolal meeting to be held In TltusIlle -
klecRe| and later, several. weeks at on Julia. street. Mrs. Modlsette tlle residence, Tltusvllle but now of Jacksonville, West Const this win'er has a credit of casting a ballot.-Journal. Daytona. .\ Cla., on Fil Uarendon the Saw
Inn, Seabreeze left for receutlv purchased killed during the three -
II called Frontenac- writes must "Enclosed find '''postal order thirty one tarpon lists:), for the following service
Windsor' Jacksonville, Monday at nardet:vii -now covering amount due for subscription to months she was In commission January, DEATH AT SHARPES. 1st Addition and painting Tltusvllle!
yesterday sailed for New York on Is having considerable improvementsmade the first of the February and March, thus easily outstripping school building.
completed by the AI>VOCATK: year. -
the Hyde: steamer Comanche' to It; and, when all records to that
would be missed previous :J! nanii' '''If Capt. S. C. Platt While Contractor K J. Hall will\ rank among The pink paper to discontinue con it date. The fisvaried from four feet, On Friday last, at Shurpes, died Captain Cocoa school building.

Ve", > rk Mr. and Mrs Allan willIe the finest winter residences on Indian siderably If we were well posted through, six Inches, to six fret, four Inches In S. D. rl\ll..eJl. who was for four :id. Interior finish of Fort Pierce
leave keep pretty
Modisette expect to as we State school commissioner of Georls -
''iests of Dr. and Mrs. Wm. It. Klver. Mrs. the length years school building.Ith .
columns as to ne.aof
r. Vi. >i "'eKt 84th .. for home on Sunday next. newsy and the friends we ; and for nearly five years president Krnctlon! of school building No.
sister.DMr. Tltusvllle, many
'r ( f the State normal school at Athens
stag" : Mr. Allan's -The steamer Palm Beach arrived had while there." Are You doing North 7 < 'I, at Sebastian.5th. .
'I' He was 03 of and had
J8 in rod years age, a large
fisherman with
expert Saturday afternoon en route to Erection: of school building No.
reel port on circle of friends on Indian Klver
t L \I 1Iuj made some big catches of New York, having on board the following Get your tickets over the Clyde Line, 1, at Jensen.
I ;" 'hope to see :Mr. and Mrs. AlIndian company: Capt. A. J. Canova, Capt. Gardner' i Flyer from Jacksonville to New York. Oth. Erection of school building No.

River\ next winter. I Jarvis, Charles Webb quarter- CIIAS. II. WALTON, Agent, land for Hale. 8, at Eden; and Tlbbals.

-- I' mailer; George Whltaker chief enllln- Get a ticket, have a photo enlarged, oil, Titusvllle, Fla. Work to begin as soon after award .a.
steward: and Mrs.Del'tch 12,000 acres of the Hanson Grant practicable. and each contract Ml/srbv
WaA'ollH for Sale.Ow eer Wro. Deltcb, free; frames *; op.
The steamer salleJ from Palm Rug cleaning easy rug beaters 25e. routing St. Lucle River, with Florida finished by; the 17th day of August; In !

have on hand; ; a l large stock of Beach on May 3rd, but was delayed tenTh Hands clean gardening mlU, 23o. Horne-"'or Hale last Coast Railroad running through !It. case of failure a forfeit of ten dollars

h'it''" '' wd a Inch tire one-horse by bad weather Mosquito Inlet. White duck. r..bberllfJle. shoes, '1.W, *1JJO sale about A choice property. per day will deducted. from the contractor ..
horse for weight
wag.that An Al ;
Jacksonville\ their ; C. for each day the completionmay
for all colors roll Ac. ,
p here ,
an be delivered leave Crepe paper,
at once. years' old gentle In bar.
Palm Beach Is a twin 1,2r.olbll., seven Jacksonville Fla. be delayed beyond that date. The
R. E. MIMS JR. nest stop. The Tltusvllle Fla.
C. A. OABDXBB ness. Reason for selling going north.
Fla steamer, uft.; l lonll, and 0' 17 ton.meallureroent. ------ Board reserving the'right to reject an)
Tltosvllle acrew he will be used at a H. ST. CLAIR Xisnr.T. Tax Notice. or all bids. a

re ort on Long bland Sound Half Price All Summer. tf Indlsnola, Fla. Plans specifications/ and detailed I

Winter ne Sale. this aummer season.St. Augustine Kecord. Taxpayers of 'rUl1ulll.o take notice drawing. covering each class of service

Shirt Waist Suits. and Skirts made to For Sale. that the tax book. of the Town of TltusIIle are deposited tor the convenience of 1

nice. little' winter home for sale; 11 U order. Samples of materials and measurement ,\ will\ close on the first Tuesday ildders as follows:

s"'alJ." room orange PineappleGrowers, Attention sheet sent to all who send to Jo:. The best combination pineapple.orange June being the 2nd day of the month. Tltosvllla J. M. Dixon Chairman of 'aBoard

pefr'llt' trees, 150 faring; 9OuO ;;;; orders for pine- F. Crosby; Vanaraan St. Augustine, Fla. and vegetable.. property on the lower The tax: books will remain open at the ; Cocoa, H. N. Andrews, Member

apples:a nnder good, cypress; shed; We can supply and nails for the uext: fall orders will have prompt attention East Coast. Will pay; handsome Income Court-holl" every week!: day until the of School Board; Fort Pierce, A. C. Dltt- '.I

"the perslmmons, mangoes goa.... apple crates. wraps satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. his year. For particulars address above date. mar, School Supervisor.
fruit Good water protection. thirty daa. Store open until August next. WILL L. FRASTZ, B. T. WOBLBT, R. K. MIMS' ,

Aodress, Box: 6.Georglaoa, EAST COAT L"-sICR Eau..llrlieLFlso 2t E. .*'. CROSBT \.AfUCAX. Ankopa Brevsrd Co.. Kla. Marshal and Collector Secretary and Superintendent. I 'a

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eral guns,' which checked the Intrepid UfcNERALJIRECTQRY.8.K. :

charge by showers of case shot and 'I
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rover's left ,
A rORTlCTH canister. Meanwhile IIh t J. P..rltllaferro...... .. .. .. .. .
ANNIVERSARY flank led, by the Thirteenth Connecticut ) Mttllory ..... .... 'Ia.patnmeJ"

TWIN BATTLES WAR STORY bad charged simultaneously with U B. CO GRES8\1\; :

1 Mollneux and hurled the Confederate Robert W. Davis.... . I'
1 ., II S. M.Hpurfcnian,.....:: Palau,
right back upon their guns. Grover Wm B.Lamar, .,. ....::::. "
r quickly reorganized his line and moving Mmdqy"U.
Ap3.1 f\\ ON forward through the woods, found ry H. B. (rhubb\ .. ..... 1 I
the enemy massed upon a knoll beyond W. O. Roblnnon,... lle fotfa
Offices at Game. '"
vllle. >\
r Florida.
bearing the approaches. -
with four upon
At the same time the gunboat E. N. Dlmlok Palm Reach I

was cover for two regiments of Texans Diana, which bad patched up the .iII W.H.Jones, Tltusvllle,..::' m-m,..,11"*
[Copyright 1903! by O. I* Kilmer] aided the holes made by Emory's shells the day EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT: "1
'iUL 13 and 14. 1803. two sharp and Loulslanlans, who. by before opened on the Hue with thirty Wm. .1nnlnfr. ; ,... .. .... i t
guns of two batteries in 'the works H.Clay Crawford....... ..,. Oma. ."",
iictloiis were fought at Fort Bis quickly checked the New Yorkers. pounder I'urrott allots. W.V. Knott........ .... 8Iw.reta"....:.'111o"1
A land and I Huh Ik-nd. La., In tbe Grover bad taken .iamesit. WUittleld.,. ... Att..rn.
the lie-enforced by the One Hundred and Early In the fight W. N.Shea"" .,. .. ....SIII.t. Pul,Ik '
tedious ciuiiiuilK"" opening Fourteenth New York the Seventy. some prisoners and from their statements McLAnna ... In.tnut
lower MI.. lKKlppl to Federal C. Croom..... wlxxlatlrAgneulq. q qJ.CIIIrunlR.Foster
believe that
led to Taylor
reducing 'flfth dashed Into the brake but the he was ,.... .. :. Adlntaot{tn>i:1:
ships of war. Uriuit'n plans for had brought up all his troops from John Bradford.. .,. .
Vlcksburg were still buzy. The canes stood so thick that the enemy Fort Blslund and was about to attack R. E,Rose Offices...,.... .".. ..". Surveuraeeur State Ch;,
could not be While both armies at Tallahassee., Kiurlila.
Confederate gurilxon there drew supplies seen. with bIll whole force. He therefore decided -
from the lied river country. PortHudson's looked on from a distance at this brisk with caution. But Tay SUPREME: COURT JfWiES
1 frowned the fight In the brake the combatants to move M. H, M..bry.. ... .. ...... ...
gun rttlll upon lor had'given over the command In F' 11.Carter.'.. .... ... ... Acta"!! *.
channel barring it to Karragut'" fleet, themselves! enmeshed In the Impenev' front to his subordinate General Mouton w'.rTaylor.! ... .... .... .. ... WJu,.,
several Confederate forts stool trable tangle could not see each other
and direct
and gone himself to tho re RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS
guard In the pauses of the bayou JUH| when only a few yards apart. The fight treat of bIll army on Franklin." Jefferson B. Browne chairman,.
of the MlHHlHHlppI, the natural end''lllu the repulse of the New Yorkers R. Hudson tturr.... .. KoyW
wont end Mouton soon found himself In a trap. J. at.ltryan..... .... .. .. '" KiiS.1", "
for Federal land forces to umrcjjop and the day being at an ...
route Grover's force outnumbered his own K. C. l>unn, clerk. .. "S I
the river. Grunt's army with Por Hanks waited for news of trover's attack In front, and scouts brought word of I Headquarters and offices at TallahamM; ,(\

ter's ships was struggling down the at Irish Bend before pressing the another 'Federal column marching up CIRCUIT COU1M

river and Banks' army with .'orra.gut's charge home. Next morning at daybreak Minor 8. Jones, Tltnsvllle,... ('lreUII"1II,
from New Orleans the Federal skirmishers rushed on his rear. This was Emory's column J. I).Beinrs/ Orlunilo. ...Vnwerullnit Atlon
moving f
fleet up from Bisland. which had hastened Term-Fourth Mondij In April
by slow stages. Grant was forward and found Fort Blslaml de- after the retreating Confederates and mall firm-Fourth Monda In So.ember.BJlEVARD .

stopped. by the guns of Vlcksburg and serted. Emory marched after the retreating been led to Irish Bend. Mouton\. hurried CObMY C ,I'RT

b Banks by the butteries at Tort Hud enemy, which led him toward country and escapedover -h A.D..enney...... .... ..... County away across I>. L.Osulden..ProsecutingAuom
Irish Deud.Fighting.
son. Their forces united against either : the blazing timbers of a bridge A. A.8te..Rrt........ ... County(] ,
stronghold would opeedlly fix Its was opened at Irish Bendat which one of his colleagues bad set on Bprlnff Term-Second Mumliiv ln flay,
Hummer Term-Seculld Mmiilnv
loom. Hunks! decided to sweep away daybreak on the 14th by the gun In Aiipn
fire to prevent the enemy from using Fall Term-Second Moncla> In NomW,
the Confederates In the bayou passes boat fleet accompanying Banks. The it to get Into Moutou's rear. Winter Term-Second Moulin; In telinon.,

and by so doing open the way for ulatolumn bouts were the teasels which fought in Finding that Taylor did not press COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
to reach the rear of Tort Hudson the sumo waters under -Commaudf'r R. E. Mina, Superintendent Bonaintin
bank and also reach Buchanan a few weeks before, with the attack, Grover pushed his 'Mne forward Menih..rat J. 11[. Dixon.ehalrmnu., rilmvlli/
from the but in place of meeting Taylor's R. N. Andrews,Cocoa; J, E rulu.Siiruu-Wm'(
of Atlanta Ga.
the Red river country the exception of the captured Diana line of battle saw Emory's col. Miss Alice Bailey, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
under General namely, the Clifton Callioun, Kstrella
The Confederates moving the bayou. Before re J. R. Walker chairman lltnsvllle. Jolt I
Irma up cured of
+ Dick Taylor, held strong! posltloun on and Arizona. Under Commander Cooke blew the tells how she was permanently Mlotl..dhnula; K A. (oiiklnif. lllltuan.M
Tecbe nt Fort IHslnnd and the Calhoun Arizona and Hstrella lay tiring the Confederates up C. Jones, Quay;1,1. F. Hell, White ( Itv. I ItniiasoHHloim
Bayou Diana thus disposing of a second captive and .are held I first Monday tti' cat. It mono
Irish Ilend. With two divisions of the watching Grover's landing place while inflammation of the ovaries, escapedthe BRKVARD COUNTY OFFICERS

Nineteenth under Emory and the Clifton went up the Tec-he In chaseof gunboat. .... ,
corps A. T>. Penney Tltusvllle; County Jmtn
Grov -r, Banks attacked Taylor movIng tho fleeing Diana. It was known The chance. battle at Irish Bend was surgeon's knife, by the use of 1>. IA Oaiildttn, Tltusvllle; |-n,Alt r
more bloody than the attack upon Bis A. A. !Stewart Tltusvllle,. CouniyCIni
his troops to the scene by.a fleet of that the .aiighty steam ram Queen of J. F.Woot n Cocim ... ... Tax ASM,
river gunboats. Orovcr'n division was the West, which had been capturedfrom .land. The Confederates lost one colonel Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. E. W.11aml.Tituevllle ..... Tax(',lleu,
Irish Colonel Kllet In ,January was and two brigadier generals wounded John Henry, Tltnsvllle, Treats
to attack the Confederates nt R. K. Minis, Bunaventure .. Bu|>t 1 lb.1 l lu,
and Grover lost two colonels and The universal indications of the approach of woman's great inflara
afloat with Confederate crew onboard enemy .
Bend and drive them bade\ upon Fort J. 41. "rrles 'J'I'u8vlllo. County Sump'
nod would be heard from In sixteen line olllcers wounded. The mation and disease of the ovaries are a dull throbbing pain accompanied bya .1. I'. llrown, rilimvtlle. .. .. 8lwnf"' '
BUIund, which in the meantime Emery southerners in this fight were trained sense of tenderness and heat low down in the side, with occlu.ionalshooting W. S. Norwood, Tltnuville .RerlHtratlonUllwTITVSVIU.K "
would carry by assault. Owing to'M' connection with Bunks' uttntk. Sighting Like pains; On examination it may be found that the region of pain will TOWN CO 01"lt'IL.t ;
border men and skilled shots. theBoors
delay'In putting his then ashore in the her at daylight stealing down time show some swelling This in the first stage of inflammation of the ovaries. A Kiort, Van \Vorl manhilu
hallow water of the Techo, Grover did' bayou Cooke formed his line in crescent they lined for high; game. "D.CA.R MRS. I'INIULAM-I wish to express my gratitude for the tax call'" rtortH mayor. i;. hinds; jr, I'lurk and :Ira. .

not open the tight until the 14th, when shape and dashed for the rum Colonel Mollneux Is the \"l'h'I'UI1110'11' restored health and happiness Lydia I::. IMiiUlmm's Vegetable Compound nrer; John Hunry, tax -NHemur, 1'.1 lUliinacruthers .1 I It V-".
1 conspicuous( before the F. A. amrgan' !: L. A.Hrady
1 Bisland was already In the hands of opening a rapid limo as he sailed. It name tins boon hay brought into my life. <' nouiicilniun 'Ilia umm.ll, nr
work, for the Queen soon public In connection with his son'strlul. first Tuesday In.ach month.
Emory. was quick "I had suffered for three years with terrible pains at the time of
,I Emory's force moved against the fort burst into flumes from the Federal I. lie recovered from his wound menstruation, and did not know what the trouble van until the doctor inUSVILLK BOARD OF TRADE
and continued In service.UKOItOIS O. M. Rohhlns, presldeuh' .1 I. ;M alma, Ira
In two columns,, marching up both shells and exploded her magazine, ending pronounced it inflammation of the ovaries! and proposed' an operation. urer J. H ]lat>t,Bucietary ;MeMMH-OIII! ,! UnuaUay .
banks of the bayou. A few days before a most exciting career under two n. KJI.MKK. "I felt so weak and sick that I felt !sure: that I could not survive the night In euch month, at their nK.iui..

the attack the Confederates had captured flags. ordeal and so I told him that I would iiot' nulerfToit. The following FREE AND ACCElTtD: ;MASONS\

,' the Federal gunboat Diana, which Taylor's precipitate flight from Fort Too Great a ItUli. week I read an advertisement in the paper of your Vegetable Compoundin the Indian sucnnd River and Ledge fourth, Frlduy No. DO holds e\'.nliiLi its nieeilH.of/ a

they turned to good service by opening Bisland on the night of the 13th had In almost every neighborhood someone such an emergency, and so I decided to try it. Cheat was my joy to I month at their lodge room, Indisltnerhe, ,
her batteries' upon the line of battle !been caused by startling news which has died from an attack of colic or find that I actually improved after taking two bottles, so I kept taking at 7:3n o'clock p ui.. J. L. larrullmn. W I
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Fortunately for the troops a thirty-two reached him during the fight with I m' cholera morbus, often before medicine it for ten weeks, and at the end of that time I was cured. I had gained FA.J\Iorja..Soo'ORDER OF EASTERN> 8TVR
could be a physician sum I
procured or
, pounder Parrott shot from a gun of the ory. Grover had landed at Irish Bend moned. A reliable remedy fur these eighteen pounds and was in excellent health, and nm now. Friendship Chapter,No. 11, hold.its mmlu'

First Indiana battery on shore crashed and was marching to cut off his retreat diseases should be kept at hand. The You surely deserva great success and\ you have my very best In the Manoulo Lodge( rant Tltusvllle I anaret'ruesdav it

Into the engine room of the daring gun. from Fort Blslund. Bending' his risk Is too great fogs auyone to take. wishes."-Miss ALICE BAILEY, 60 North boulevard, Atlanta, Ga. In' each month ar3.SOoclinkp. at1!

wagon train covered by n rear guard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar Another woman saved from u surjfloiil operation b y Lydia E. oclnakp.imJ Thefilotwingare/ the dltlcm. ,

towanll"rlinkllu. farther up the bayou, rhoea Remedy has undoubtedly I saved Plnkhaui'a Vegetable Compound.>> Read what she, Hays' r3Ins. the.lode J. L Carruthers l Mrs B. R., worthy Wilson patron.. wnrthvmiiMMr. MIST lu. I

he led two broaden/ against Grover I the liven of more people and relievedmore ])EAR l"nmlllfI cannot thank Stewart Assn. M trnn t Mrs 1\1. A Hcrmipw,''
pain and suffering than any other Secretary| Mr. J.lIJ. Ulxun'freasunr: Mr'I I
hoping by desperate fighting to give -: ,
for what Compound ,
1 medicine In use. It can always be do- you enough :your Vegetable Julius Kline, Conductress/ ; Miss:ZmdiehrewAsso.l'and's.Mrs
his outlying) detachments time to getIn has done for rue" ]f it had not been for < Nen. wNcahnAdaYrI.L.'arrnthers. i
d pended For sale by all druggists I.e.. 'I.SnbNo, '
upon. Mrs
/ R behind the screen of bayonets he medicine.! I think I would have died. .. Riuli; '
and medicine dealers your ..: : ,. A. /*"'man, M.irtlin: NitmN l
would opj;>o e to time new enemy. Jro-- i"I will tell you how suifeied. I could .tl1t'r'k1llr, -Mrs Julin. It. Walker. '.

ver h begun;/, his march early and HOI II NEW MENTaL PHILOSOPHY. T} hardly walk, -\n ttM unable] to sleep! or eat. JUnstruation ;tin fo',.Sun'\. .\Io.rlIn.luel; M r.I t ha.luli has. II W Mi ilton.tiffmore hobos

ran upon Taylor's new line, with four was irregular At ]lust I had to

guns In position.' Founder' of Cult Hope to K.twbmislas V stay in my lied, and flowed FO tally tl at Offers

Not n moment waft lost In pressingthe I t> Institution. ,. they sent for a doctor who mid I had Iiiiliuimmtloit Some Special. ],

action drover sent the One Hundred "Cull It the science of being happy. of flu" -orares, and must, go ,

ami Fifty-ninth Nl'w'ork into I the doctrine of self control-what you through an operation, ns no n ( lion e could help The Fl a. Ida Fruit and Tuu-k) Omar J

the thicket to chaw: the battery will-I( luiM-nt Riven It a name; I omit me, but I intild not do tl.at. the new monlhtv j,"tuuitl. ili-,""t..II'.i |

( Throwing off their blankets and 0\1'1'.1 not anxloiH to do so. I am perfectly I r F "I I nnehtd a little 1 or.k of yours, ally lo the 1..1"1I..t.l nl I the i I.i..n olld.t. '

i coats, the New Yorkers dashed In.. content to "KO on teaching people to rid ."" andafter< it'cr it. I c(l1dtded: totry 1 l'tllbI61l1ll"0'IR of (tIt, :bale> >lo.1\blllbt I \

1 their commander, Colonel Edward: IfMolliieux themselves of their burdens." f .1'i, I.jdJa: ; I:. IMiiM'timN Vegetable at toul.iat *1 H >I'III'. Slug! leopiwp,

fallliitf with a painful woundat 1 This: was what Mrs. John Vance l' ('Oll1l>>(HW'I, iird: I nm now u ".ell Fur limited dine.a six inoiiiM subien.III"'.
r Cheney said of her work as she sat lu Biibi-ciipliou will l h6 ..n' to new
the first ht shouted I shrill medicire
volley Jut an I won.un. praise: your: both rime Fiultu
the connniiml. ""Forward! At the her parlor at the Colllngwood hotel in as long m i live, and also; recommend tt.e same to anyone suffering n" I erR for 2.T; Cents and Oi bemi-Weehly TI
c New York the other evening. Mrs. vras."-MR*. MINNIE Otho Iowa. Truck Grower
1 tliiu ordered the TTONON 'l'bllct
same Taylor Twenty- Union fin $1 S:;. Oi w lilt the
4 r eighth: Loiilsliiim to charge irover's Cheney Is thelfe of John Vance /V1 sick: women would be wise! If they would take I''d'w' 1:. Week VVoild of X w Yuck l both nej I
Bunk. The Lonlsliinlans struck the Cheney of Chicago author and librarian J.'Jnkluun'M.Jtl'tnhlo Compound aud t>u vell. for $I.hi.;

': -' -., v rear of the New \orler just ns :Mollutnix and she bus come to New York I.. J. DRUM BY Pub tc) lal lit"

I went down, pinning In a stinging with a new mental philosophy, says .
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L\ the New l"ork'ol'ltl..
volley, which compelled 1 the regimentto
retreat. I the wholeof Already 111 r<". Cheney numbers among
tier e.I i tllclal Supply house of The Illinois Flsliermen'n s..nci.LIIII" n
pupils or patients some well _
\ Taylor's left lion down upon known and In New r :
ver'K rl';' -. ., one of thoiu Ix-liiK .1. C. llavetncyer. W') The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

whom .slhats!: cured of chronic nervousness -

and, lnnomnm. she Is to begin a I r-' I Manufacture' of- y.

p Laee coarse' of lectures In Nework and ex ij p >>

,>etls\ till! an Institution will soon be :c ro.d :. :.: F !

established fur the general teaching; of I a i Icj 3
tier philosophy (.) G

". Ir. Ito kel'eller has offered a large tOtDfJ.2 -3)
-a 6 < !
\ iiini of money for the discovery! of the

causes! <>f c,'rtuin diseases! ,. she said, i I I erC> 0 hLdea f

r but I can prove to hIm that the cause t:: y Ie

' ClItNElU.L KUWAHD L. MOL.INEUX I.KA1HNO lies In the mind. tou 'l3o ,.,.,..

TUB CHAKUE. "Yes, It tit true that a large amount of & 11 -0 '" -I .

bout and she fled up the bayou out of capital! Is ready for the. building of an ; i = I FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De* crlptlon.i

Ight. After the retreat of the DhuuEmory's \ Love h niTltiitlon here ( New Yoik], but I am ;;;;;;; 0.. o th.f I Dealers] in Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, E'c. ?

won moved steadily on across oked with dckneae. interested in that only in so far as U .... (I.I.e j! 0 (D I Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
the plain, both coluums keeping Labor is lightened by will carry the truth to a larger. number ..-. QJ () i"" 70-31-8.1 E. Indiana St. Chicin". 111.

breast. love but love cannot of sufferers. (.J C'e to ...Mention The ADVOCATE in your letter... _
lighten pain or relieve "I bellein physicians" she said J _
The Confederate works the "
on right
it. Many a man lookson when g tYe "rA, Jl'mh\'It nf the Illinois FUha 'men's Associatunr .
they are needed but I believe -
of the bayou terminated In a. redoubt, at hia wife's suffering 01 [ E. -
nUll tine yards In front of this lay tho willing to do anything nmh more In being one's own phys ,

Third Texas regiment. The Texan to aid her and able to do clan I believe In one all pervading

fought off the One Hundred and Fifty- nothing. mind." i, 2. 'ICHASw: s L"O"M& 00.IS .
Sometimes, however, I .
Sixth New York and held their ground
the husband's attention April halo In the Wood. L 1. FLA.
until the Thirty-first MuHsacliunettn ia directed to Q. 517. si9 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. .
Dr. Piercc's Favorite Prescription and When It comes, a ptiMlng Runt. i
dashed to the help of the New Yorker. Its remarkable cures of diseases Young leaves. like young bird.* In the nest I '
i The Eighteenth Luulalium, and two ludepeiidout He may not have much womanly hope of Open wide their mouth. to gain en G M e a. ....

I, battalion. joined tin Texium a cure, but he is led to try the medicine As much as they can of April rain. u = 4 FuM 4
Am! weanling squirrels that learn to crepn >
f and with the result that in .6'I = FULI..a .
n brisk light oimued over the almost every case branches where they loon will leap : < I
tide pits. \Vhllo the spIiiUil action was there u a perfect aud permanent cure. Pause to tnat the drop that c'ftveaTo ( -; OIl. 1
taking place on tn! extreme Hank the Dr. IfercVt Favorite Prescription cures the delicate faces of opening leaves; 0en
in-FKulanty. It dries the drains Pile bud that shrink In hot aunahln I
main line of FedoraIH. led by lima Thir '
weaken women, heals inflammation and Unfold to drink this April .ID" rf G = EXPRESS
ty-eighth uiul rifty-thlrtl MaaHiii.husetts '"
olcr! ration and 'I'
cures female weakness.
A. softly a. It cam It'goal, (1) 3 C PREPAID
supported I the First Mulne battery Aa a tonic for women who are nervous, t' :
marched ntpudlly up to the Confederate sleepless, worn-out and to softly that a leaf scarce know. ....
run-down Fa. Who S
has blesacd It, whom to thank > 5
works anil 1 halted undei Are to vorite Prescription" isuoecpmled. For the cool fresh cup It drank. '=' 'e; 20 Z

await a &::1'1Il'ralnUllck. .Meanwhile the a s Win maenced.. Francis(. stern Palmer In Atlantic Mass QN iC ? ,
all: ailne For
column on the left marched forward in wrU L.wt. A. Miller t* C u-f-of Police. oT 33 ApriL a
the face of a hot fire from the Confederate I'n epect' 1'1..W...., P. PII.W Wa have tried abe '
kill of lw.hr* Uifftr.nl. dnrtora. 8h. took ni World Wide Iteputntloii. <
guns. Till. Ort was. kept down In tons of mcdli-lM d.rlog th. time she wu ill. ) S
part by Federal "guns, but the musketry until I _. .-to yaq sadyeer toM as what to.O: White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved iiS 1n'B'
abe hit bMiVts
Dr. PMrce'a Fa- world wide
from a dense canebrake held by the write Pr..eripte.and. ...01 I.e'Golden ..*.s- a reputation as being the
beat of all ID0Z
lcal uuwrrry.sa can da hw own work worm destroyers, and for Its $450 ,
Confederates: on the extreme left lu advance : sow '
and ran walk......t aaJn mid is quit smart. tonio Influence on weak and unthrifty r
of the works threatened the destruction "Favontt Prwacnpttaa hM the testimony children, as It neutralize the acidity or : 8 8"g 'iijj ;. : :
of whale brigade. The Sev of thousands of wom.n to iU complete sourness of the stomach Improves their

enty-fifth New York, a regiment seasoned awe of womanly disease. Do not digestion, and assimilation of food, N 1. ,12 Qts p
by many bayou fights dashed accept an unksowa and unproved sub strengthens their nervous system and I j
Sato the canebrake' hoping to drive out stitute I a its place.. .. restores them to the health, vigor and $90? f r
,a, its occupants and turn the flank of thelireu Dr. Pleasant PtllcU Inyixor. elasticity of spirits natural to childhood. .

.twcka. in the. rear ne brake ate stomach, liver sad bowels 2:23o at B. R, WlUon &: Son, TltusTllle. '
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Profession0'1 ',.Gard MONSTER RAILWAY DEPOT WHITE HOUSE IMPRESSION OverWorkfcnkcns x t ." .{

'F., ... Ahonl the :New r.nn.ylvi>l. Vlnltor Ar. Struck, br Itmodrllr Your (Kidneys. <'"

-EO. M. BOBBINS, j Station In \..... lorU. ctvr' .'. Slmplloitr sail I5Iwlty.. ''fit f1I
Jim Dump gated Out on sidewalk hot The plans for the new Pl'ttDllyh'anlntanroutl By the restoration of the east nd Unhealthy! Kidneys Make Impure Blood. '

ATTORNEY' AND COUNSELOR And looked la,aha for one cool spot; depot In New York, \vhkb III'' west terraces. i the White house now 't'l:.

AT-LAW. And vowed he ne'er again would eat heralded as the n.ul."tOt building of Its i 1'18.18 from Rty'obnte 4K( feet In lengl, All the blood in your body passes through -
A lunch of heat-producing meat. or your kidneys once every three minutes.. //I
thus enhancing the dignity "
and United Stat. kind In the world presented b1 !greatly! '
ill practice in State ?; Once more has Force restored his vim were the structure, say Charles Moore In u-, J'jj M ThIS It'neys" : are your ,
Architect,. WtUlam R. Mead at tho othl.'r blood'
purifiers they
COUTa" Although hot he' t. ftl-
>> Sunny Jim. ;
the Century Magazine: for April. The! .
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morning's bitirlng before tile couiiul l ter outx wane or
Office at TITVIIVlLLJC'P'L: o- roofs of these. terraces (which are le.elwltb _1- 'impurities In the blood. 'b': "
*! Jon op{>olnttHl by the appellate dl.l.alon the ground on the! norihj are lur.: 4 .. If they are tick or out ,. I ,I

GAULDEN ': IIb of the supreme! court to pus on the rounded with stone balustrades honIng I k.4 of order,they fall to do ,c. I ,J
L. .
tunnel plans. any the New York Atnelean. electric lamp Itrlllinntly IhrbtC'd< -' their work. I :It.'

ATTORNEY AT LAW., at eVl'nllllll\l\lt adorned l with well trio r Pains,aCheundrheu't'., ; 'i,

Foit'The The Immense structure will have a med orniiKO and buy trees they form matism come from excess .,
all the Courts of the .,8tate of urlo acid In the I", ..
practice In 2,500 and places for out of loor 1
Mil\ State *. total frontage of nearly foot b promenades blood, due to neglected 1,
and the United (pourt .
Florida, I tog 800 feet long and 420 feet wide :1 ItI onjoyiyont during the long montl kidney trouble. t

'.0 Box 238. "TITU3TIX1.B.?= FUL.: Reedyto: dorv t..a will have practically four: floors, ron- when the Washington cllnmto I'f'rmltBuc'h Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady v' ;,

'. I slating of the track level, forty feet dlverHlon. heart beats, and makes one feel as though ;.. I "

J, WEBB, ; : below the street; the general waiting Now on the occnuloiw of largo rl they had heart trouble because the heart I ts : I

4 t makes comfort possible, room level, seventeen feet below tlilt cordons the guests drive Into the overworking In pumping thick, kidney- t I I
ATTOKNET.ATfL.AW/. grounds by n new entrance,opposite the poisoned blood through veins and arteries. !
street; the street level,and the neconstory \ '
on a sweltering day. It used: to be considered that only urinarytroubles ,
Will practice in the Co.urtB tbe, 7th: above. While It will be flnlshe d west front of the tl"f'lsllry.lgbting\ were to be traced to the kidneys, G I 1

roult. Taxes paid for non-resldeai alike all around and practically\ iron at a spacious porte corhera they <""nter but now modern science proves that nearly ," .t

d rents and accounts collected. on all sides, the main entrance will bon a corridor: formed by the east terra! all constitutional diseases have their beginning r 'Y !

FLORIDA, Seventh avenue. whore ure boxes to accomniodato the In kidney trouble f! I II

I'I1sVILLE if.!.. Him to Keo Coot. One of the Imposing features of this! wrap. of 2.500 guests, the limit of tbe I Ifyou are sick you can make no mistake j\ ,I,

"'Force' is a blessing to humanity. I End entrance will be an array of ninety. capacity of the bouse.! Entering tbe by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild '
P. PENNEY since eating It-and I want it every morningthat mAin building on the garden level, one and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's /! 1
.h I am able to go through a hot day with much four granite columns fifty toot high Swamp.Root, the great: kidney remedy Is 1 '
sldo of the broad corrldc
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, more comfort than when I used to eat hearty More of tho same kind are to be places d finds on each soon realized. It stands the highest for Its I r

meat breakfasts. It has taught me how to live. at Intervals all around the building. ample dressing rooms, which take tllo wonderful cures of the most distressing cases ) I,
SVILLK, -' FLORIDA "KB. CLATBBBQIB.1* The interior will bo richly finished 1 lu place formerly given over to liiundi and Is sold on Its merits q1' !ri j ..

11 practice in all the courts of the 7th stone and marble and the exterior will and Btorerooius. From the corridor tilt! by all druggists In fifty-* :; I--I r

Judicial Circuit be of warm" granite. guests proceed by a broad flight of cent and one-dollsr..Ises. :1'>i. 1R ; .Hiw I .

'- W-a The entrance at Seventh avenue I Is stone stairs to the main floor of tthoiiHo You may have a / V ,.

;. n___ through large vestibule and ah rend. which la entirely. at the servlt sample bottle by mall n,.... or t.. I r j t
--- ---- -- -
A. FROST, free, also pamphlet telling how to find '. I.
100 feet long, with shops and stores on of the guests. you +
*' Notice. CAMEL DRIVERS' REUNION. either side. This leads to stairs descending The ball, no longer an Improvise out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. ; \ ,'I ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer -

ill practice In all the Court of,the 7th CIRCUIT COURTOrTHESEVENTIIJIdlulal ( t.am.t.T. o( the Enrlr Days of Te.. which extends Into the 300 main feet, almost waiting the room entire .. dressing of room the house becomes and Instead an IDtl'gralportion of being < & Co., Blnghamton N. Y. ,'I r ; 'i

IN %..ucla Clidult uf lorlda In and for JI..v..d aa to Form '
Judicial Circuit County. In Ciianoory. 11K(3.O. cull Issued all old width of the building, ISO: fee finished an a thoroUKbfnre Is trt'nt.ro J'r'r '
A has been to '
with the largo and simple dlgnlt yE i1 ,
wide and whoso walls rise Independenof 'I'
rrcsviLLB[ FLORIDA 1'.l'adthsonvs. 1 !JVxns teamsters. to soofi! meet at 'Ternfl "
y Order of Hublioatlo tho walls of the main building,' form befitting the room which hereafter will
Henry K.oiinsteud et alTo J <, Tex., where an organization Is to loft dome 140 feet high. command the access to the vartov :!
Ing a or
"REDBRICK A. MORGAN_ James P. Thorns, bin wire Mrs. JamesTlKiniH : Le dlec'ttHl. Fort Worth can boast oll.nrlDe On through this room to the left nm state npnrtinents.. On entering the
and Kdltn, 'rb"III".1I. ot 040 N. Nags l: ; more of this class than anT It '
Abstracts of Title. avunne,Chicago; HI. the Chicu right; are waiting loouts 100 by CO feel, White House the first Impression ono 41'' .
\on are unflli. or yon or/lerello, t appear tot)' other town In the state. Bays lean restaurant and lunchroom.\ Hat. gets is that Its size! has been gl"f'atlyIncrl'Rllml. : II ,
EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE bill of con plant" :In tho above. ""t1t.. her and bath nnd dressing room There Is a satisfying : I
the Clerk' iltllruof thin oourt at TltimvlllFlorlila L. Huffman shops\ f
mutter the day K. ", J
Loans, Notary Public on tits Itrst day of June 1'! U3. und toil othof are close by to accommodate travelers spaciousness combined with dignity. ", \' ,.
further anil njculvo, what our oald oourteha who wns oru>o a teamster when oxen' of /
behal From the.waltlng rooms one proceedto One la struck with the simplicity :
linve oonalilereil this
lections, Typewriting, Stenograph; It In directed. t'At tills or er lie iiulillHlu.; Dud uuiels. were used to transportmerchandise : the coiicum''which is 42O feet loiii: treatment, and yet on examination 1 1la It r '
with a.little il.ilav an IIIAV be. In tlia, H.\gT from one Texas city tunother < well sub- ,.
. TITUSVILLK, FLA. discovered that ornament "
and !2UO feet wide npnclous enougl
over \
COAST ADVOCVTK, imliUaliHrl, at liunvlll buck in the sixties, said
Flf>rlna. OIICB a week fur four onn ) tll..t. within twenty it.ye from too that there were at least OOO men It !
FROST.. WADE H. JONB. data.. horeof a ui"|iv I luiranf lie limited at the diN. l'ortVorth, and Turrnut county who still tweuty-tlvo feet abotbe tract work. l' lY .I'I
or the court h- 'use of !Urovurd, Conn'r, and th. level.! Along Its outer edge are tingateways I
T ROST A JONES, the cl'rk mill, liy mull a copy hereof to each or used to rawhide a train of oxen between : FOR HORSE I; \
1' the above numed detendaiiu' at their address i t... I.'ol.tVortb and Sun Antonio, leading to the ..1I1TC'rC'nttrllcks. MASONIC HONOR t
above through which stairway an :
EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Done and onlcred' at the Clerk's Office' at Ttueville Houston lirowusville, Jefferson. andghreyeport. the train. Monument For m D...t That M.d.Tltr uIW
Florliliv. tills ;jjrd day of April,A. 1>. La. reached lending directly
Loans and Collections. 1903.: The trulu sheds. will b,' built of trot *. Uoantl Trip tu MRS. L. S. ADAMS. :'
[US.] 'A A.8TKWART: Mr Huffman Bald he would attendthe Masonic fraternity of Illinois wilt! ,.
TITUSVH.J.K "5 FLORIDA. Clerk of the Circuit, Court.Byo coming organization meeting and and glass similar to the nngI1UIl'eut.tatlon" Of IJnlvmitnn, T.*M. ''I
monument to a hors, '''
A. Stewart, U.I C.GBO. at :Munich mid Dresden. Tin shortly erect" a ,'
M. ROBBIMI, Attorney for Plaintiff.' would place In nomination for president floor. the first instance on record where a *c- "Win of Cardul Indeed a biasing .,..

EO. A. WORLETT, Colonel II. C. Hollowny. a well roof will be 100 feet from there the will Bret society has put up such a remeui' to tirtd women. Having lutftri for ,,'. '' i,;\'
All being electricity and bear. ,
power see with weakness .y
Worth. years i
Notice of Special Legislation.JJY '. known stockman of Fort merchandise In be no oiiioke with which to l'Ontt'lId.The t>runc says a Bloomington dispatch to Ing.... wn paint, and tried sv. ,: .. \ \.
provisions different .
uttlcllke story above the street the Chicago end doctors and rtmedUtwUh "
eral practice In State and Fedora OTICEISHKRERY OIVEYTITAr'1PPL1. early times came from Mexico and level will be made up mostly of office The monument will be placed over no lucceu, your Win of Cardul :

Courts. All business entrusted will cation will IM "mule. to the Legislature or were transported Into Texas by Mexican These will extend all around the grave of a fine equine once owner wat the only thing which helped m., ,; : :\
of Florida
the State at its approaohin rooms. .
receive prompt attention on camels and mures. One camel deceased of Buillvnu .. and cured It seemed to !
session for the passage o. a soecUl act authoIzinu by t Robert Miller, now eventually ml 'I'.
'eral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate the format:: .ion of the Fifth Road D.ntrli:; could carry nineteen bushels of corn., the structure.On will county and who gave It a first build up the wok p.m. atrtnqthcn t;

Miami.. or district Hrevard, for county the purpose, into a arclall.pro98m..n: <,1 and a Mexican usually had a caravan be two the(urge seventeen baggage foot rooms.level there Incoming lass burial. A year ago Robert Mlllo the system and correct Irregularities." .fir\\1 t 4 "

MIAMI, .' ) 'FLORIDA.TEPUEN road In until district and, isiiluiT bond*anl of seven camels, but at times 'there lied and left a handsome legacy to the "lira! womon" Mrs. Adams I ""j,
levying taxes on the I'rop..rtyln said district I tpay ...nd outgoing, both reached by fifty By <
I fur. auMeut to vote of the "'people.| would be a string of camels over a down' gradual inclines Masons of Illinois In the shape of a meant nervous women who have -,

E. FQSTER.ATTOHNEYA'rLAW, "lUeF.M. HUU9O OTHERS. mile long trudging along) from tbe republic foot front driveways the street. There wlllbe similarIrlveways farm, stipulating that this farm sboulc disordered menses, falling of the '''ij :.f..f:

Committee.Tlbbals Into Texas. The camels were and la. womb ovarian trouble of ,'.Ii: h
,Florida.March Id. 11X13.: lot may.Kxcciitor'a .. for cabs aud carriages torn be the .ite'of a home for aged or any I
brought to this country by tbe United Inn member of the order, these ailment that women hare.You .,"W I'', l'.' ''II

Dyal-Upchurch Building Jai. States government to be used !in trimsx the eontroursr. When the trustees Inspected th Notice.To oi"
; this thlg grfutwomen's rpmndyVlne i, : "
| >rtltig military supplies across farm, they came across a curious t
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. of Cardul.] Wine of Cardul hat ,'
plulns to California. Stray animals mound surrounded by a well bull which ., ,I:
all whom It may concern i Into Lower Californiaand 1 duotorshavefailedtobenefit.< I '/,
M HEREBY OIVBV TII'r'SIX: found their WilY )> 'encc. They learned that It wa tbS Why; ,

S. BURNHAM; M. D. NOTICE from the date of this nntlne I wlpresent Mexico, where they propagated c/) trace of an old gray mend that hat not bflffin to get' well today? Alldruggist "f ,

my anal.Amount to tha Honoralil and noon 11exl'altl'lImsters were union befon owned by Mr. Miller for many have $1.00 bottles, For \
SURGEON A. D. renney.rounty\ Judge In and for HrevarCounty. them, to merchandise, etc.. Into H -2: stomach liver. or bowel disorder .. I '
and SPECIALIST .State of Florida, and apply for l.ettet. carry rears and of which he thought almost any i'
DUmtsBnl Executor of t le female "f Han.. fo Thedford's Dlack-Draugbt' I :
of aa Texas. much as of a child. This marl had
as i
Ear, Nose and Throat.. Jenp*"n, Ute of the f.'ountY4Jt Hrovar State i O w should be used', r ,'

!;8T PALM BBAOR, ,- FLOIUDA.R. Florida,decmwod.' 'JOHSf 80RKNSKY ALL CLIMES.. Oni v-s. 0 been ridden by him to,allfornlit In the rnrslvlandlltmMpn,..".1.- 1vlnir 4 :
RATS FROM c? lay of the gold excitement In 1840. In .' llniwrU"
Kxecntor of Estate! of Mann. Jeppaen.Jensen ?*, : "''"' Thus' heitwa,.a ilwUMna to.. 11 '
Fla ,hoe, Is, Itttu. I.. ,in e-,m > CD. k A 'act'' he bud made three round trips to CIIM I ,
HOUQHTON'S Rod.nt. of'M.n7 Sorts ..nt to th. thin
> UJO be Pacific coast on the back of 1"f f

,7ANTEDSEVER1f.YERSUNaIWCHAKcuter National Muaeum.The 'j C 0JtJ. aithful beast traveling In all proboilllty .
\, f and good reputation In eanh shot scientists! of the National museum itSM- y: >> 2 .OIJO miles. The Masonic board WINE"CARDUI i''
RATING DENTAL APAHTMENTs (one In this county teiiilredit] re"e.tan.I arranging the ,
at Washington are ,
.dverti"eatahltiihed. weulthy huali.en. : oddest] to perpetuate the mare' memo I
on the "Dentos," house.llo1l1nal.ol..1. it.ndlnir. aalarys'91o latest gift to that Institution which U I HO Fr with a monument ,
weekly with eipximnK' addttloiiHl, all pavalt hcash I a collection of rats from all part of 1 t
direct each WedneHdnv from '
Now 'AT,PALM.' BEACH '.orse and carriage furnlnliad. when neceiwar. .the world say the New York Times < *. '<:: k X Cured When Doctor Kail.Mr .. ":' t
Reference. Knoloaed: .elf..oId..d. envelope This collection Is the result of a tad j I,
L Colonial Co. :3.44; Pnarborn St.,C'hlcaKO.: O ? II II.Ii
1 M. MASON kept up for many years by Surgeon :: ja z '*. Frsnk tChlasion, Patterson, La.,. 'ri;1
= : ,
\, col'lettton O (I mites June Sib' 1001 "I bad malaria
1 of the Tbe
\MVjlJ"TRIOUl 1'i.H:: Edgar Meiiru: army. fi! '
SEVER For nearly .
WANTED-each, Btatu o travel for house e.. got'* beyond the confine of the :5 oH. Sm ever In very bad form, was under treat- ''I ,1j", i I '
DEXTAL-SUROKON, tahllKliad eleven yeim sail wltb a larlle and includes also lent hr doctors but as soon an I stop- half ,a century ,
capital. to ea'I'I upon mernlmnt,. and agents for rat family proper pl'tl'! taking/ their medicine the fever IIri
Sue cessru) and profltable "..... permanent engaicement. skunks, chipmunks, squirrels, rat =3 k -t 0 ould return. 1 used a sample bottle of '
cash. of ale. and all )
I SAYt'ORD, FLORIDA. iravellntexpeno| Weekly and hotel salary bills ac.Ivan.llncMh / coons, mink, opossum, muskrats and OI '0 "TJ lerblne, found It helped me. Then ...; "
each weak. KxpnrlenuM not essential. Men otb'-r examples of the rodentla. There ought two bottles, which completely erry S ,J I "I
-q -- tlot referenoesddencloaeself slfdresaenrelop.. the from tbe I ,- to for furIshlng i
are rats from tropic a I cured me. you \
oley's Kidney Cure THENATIONALJ34D.arburnbtChicago.To I a orient from the fur north, aDd of almost =:: ,---, / such a splendid medicine and Seeds ,.. i ,

lakes known species. Some ate r*. ER .,in honestly reoommend It to those ..ur.f"rlDIt j
kidneys and bladder every hav. 1- ; \II
right Musicians. "
mountain rats some f: 3 from malaila, as It will surely cure "kind.| ....., water rats,and some sane tree ruts. Thereare s ism." Ilerblne, boo<< bottle '.. andrrJn... _. a Snail.ppt..tw ;I 1 1fi ":: I'teaap.ld f
field rnts
50 YEAR9'EXPERIENCE A baritone horn for .sale, nearly new,; 1'. .. rF.RHY I '
: Can b. ruts from mlii**, from ships from < sCD ...,..." MI.M'E. E I.
for tU.OO.
ciat$21.00: : ; will,sell : Rol. of Pro..dor..
factories and from, <:11 v.',,. There area = 11( f "
seen lot the srore of added to the
has been
J. R. WAl.KfcB A Co., number of peculiar ones' front Sumatra r A parngrupb ; 1'
Tltusvllle.FIa. and the East Indies, several from r- lulled tales army regulation which '

I the rnlllpplncs snit naturally, the m er..rm>* a long established custom of ilij"
Most Com.
officer of the The Largest :;
BOAT BIHLDER, f If edible variety from China. our army. Heretofore
Qtr are, get one of Walton's Paten i The variations in size. '"V lor, habit ratty on the active list have preceded elate Establishment South. j; \

TWA DC MARK Calklott you fails, Invaluable to lx>at and Intelligence' are carefully described Uwwl ..1.n. a /.Ion Comrt. hose on the retired !list at official re- ; I\

;! DESIGNS Ac.on builders and owners of bo t.I. Calki In the labels and the exhibit Dowl hits tiikfii steps to establish a option at the White House notably 1EO.! S, HACKER & SOH, l\J: !
COPYRIGHTS than other munll'lllnl court at Zlon'Clty yrbicli New Year' day. but
r boats !more rapidly any of remarkable Interest.. There | th" reception on
nvnAing m trh tins may I.I one
Itl'if'inn s.'In uri.mii> : r"pnu.fahle.::dI eon mush- calking tool In tbe world. Price $" OC are Included! In the collection hundrccH Will cure for all the rourt work taking UDder the regulation' as revised the re- :t' f,
| r..hnljlr ''
H.rt11J"l"doii. : : .faI. Iliuidtmokon Pnlenta and $8.00 each' at ADVOCATE oilier' ," of various kinds of mice, some 'It t: away from the Lake county circuit red ofncera will hereafter haw the : .

.. i "bin.t.aeury umoii thrnuuh for Munn 0flourtnirj it Co.>alentji.rcve Titusvllle\ Fla. I II I of them extremely rare .wood and field 'ourt. Diiyi A Waukfgan (III.) dlnpatcli\ right of the line and be rf'l'elved1n'/ .tl''. 1f !I.

icn .llhoutohnro*. In tba ? to the Chicago Inter Ocean The ZionCity bl the prenldeiit.Nvml '

Scientific J }Im rltan..n"19I11n. mr:: We cannot guarantee to publish specimens __ council hOI ordered the question ., I''l, .
Itt"II" that do not reach this office before .ubmlttM to the people at the coming *.......*'. *w.... P.... ..: I ,
' Novel no lm klr.
> .
.'''''''''' woektt.. T.arre.t elr.t.nf.eleutmu11.rual. J "
Thnrailajs.Virginia It him l been practice to p..pnr.tbt" I
loon on and. Dowle baa planned ,my .
"- : fnnr Terms3ar A new roud for transport by: automobile lection, at ; '
mantas,/L fluid 5 &lI aewadealera, In the full and
there Iso ground thoroughly
for long '.
Is being constructed In the .iicli a move a I .
ISbNN & C0,3IBroadaay. New of the ineasre to cow the Bawd iiirly In spring siiysVniisyhnnlit '
.. York Bongo Free!' State. In Africa; and atpresent doubt of the adoption ro, !
enact Onlce, re. r et.Waahtn.tos .: Homes time. [ gnrdener.. In NOVPIM-:" ; .
It extend. 430;:; kilometers. Them 1 in due ,
AVER SALVE tbod pursued le simple enough. All -- -,- -- I..r I dig .t. trench IO inclie wide and I ',,i f rs Ii .!
herd of lII.w' Color For DrllUb Xml V..1.. I foot d..*fp. : then put four Inches ofell'drrmnlowd ... --- .
U done I III to drive .a forty
that .
ns! most.healing: *.Iveln the,world.' You learn all about Virginia Lands, elephants three or four time over the The British admiralty has definitely horn immure In the ... r t fMANUFACTURERS

-- products mode of cultivation added to adopt the French gray colors [, ittom uf ttit* trench. Trump It firmlyid W' l'.

its resources, prices, etc., by reading the truck down marked obstruction out ty surveyors.as efficiently They the offleiaUwar paint for all the ..- )put In two liu'liex of sollorr, top off OF ', t ',: '

IDfiEY DISEASES Vlr"lnls Farmer. Send JOcts level roller.GKCATLY. .eta in the nary. This decision baa lUll nil'" Then] flvr liberal dnst.if Blinds \
Sash 1
steam Doors
the is a
for 8 months subscription- been arrived at,after prolonged experiments '" .uf pure t>or><'inul and cover this '

Farmer Co., Emporia" Va. with various tints. Frenchray wltla soil/ In rough rondltloii and let the, '

e the most fetal of all <&- ALAIOiniIly / ix the color which renders a Teasel 1 'iicli '....IIIIIn: until Mprlnic. Rowing !aiding[( & Building! Material

:;KS.II Ibe least conxplcuotis and render it a th.. ""I l depends) greatly upon the 1f5 1'

W5S1STB a Persistent. Coiifch. but Per. Ifflcult target' to bit.Hprlnjr Wi'll I her mid cuiidltlon I of the ground Cffice Warerooms Cannon Street.Charleston King., opposite .) j

manently Cured liy Cliamber- bllt time .MV.d| nliDiiNI' b.r plunti-d! not lilt- : r't. .

FV'Q' KIDNEY CURE Is I lalu'a Cough lCenic
Ji.L I o 6uarant93d: Readj student at law In Is an aching/ and tired feeling; '
..'In 4aantr.wIIITLr"S I Burbage, a For Those Who Live on 'arm" :
Mont JQ Quantttr ireeDTllle, 8. C., ba money refunded. ContalruWies : lour' or live year with cortlnoous cough igglih and Inactive, the digestion Impalred.wltb Dr. U erK'ln. .'11)1.. 111*., writes, : "I 1
ha.e, Died Ballard's Snow Liniment stays -
little ambition for ;
which he says "greatly, alarmed me, or no f
recognized: by isms- Vermifuge taming me to fear that 1 wa In the first ything, and a feeling that the whole recommended It. to my friends, is I.m Hardware. i
Cream ronnnmptlon." Mr. Butbajr, bod, and mind need toning up. The confident>> there !I. no better made. It t tl
for tagaof
best *' Ifv.OQ Gras -1' t
andBladder Chamberlain' Cough Rem. trouble Is, that during winter, there ba.beea I. a dandy for burns Those who Window and Fancy !
.. .n. laving seen
key trouble FOR Ineaystera. I farms am espentoJtly. liable to many
idy advertised, concluded to try It. Now an accumulation of waste matter SPECIALTY.

PRICK 5Oc. load $J.oo. Has led all WORM Remedies, 1'ead wbat he said of It: "I soon felt a llerblce will remove It, sore accidental cuts burn' and braised Snow" which Lillameat A ..
beat rapidly when. Uallird's -
and after using two to the secretions a right exit an4b1'
n. : : emsrkable change
1t* wn.soy & Sox.Iea' ) EVERY: BOTTLE CUARANTEEDaOLD the wut.tlsxuc U spi>ll.d. It should always' be
B'I ALL oRUCCiee..M tottles of the twenty-Afe cent size, was Its tonlo effort, ally restore 7otey's Honey ana Tat '
-'- ? -- p cured." Sold by all drug. ed I and give strength to pine of kept'n' tb.hAUMTfov ease of emergency.
Honey and Tar \ HALLARD.raaraaaa e1JAKFS RT. tOtri9 .. ghltl;; and medicine dealer | ...kn_. COc at B. Wilson A t on. :a -1iOo and $UW at p.It. WIIJJ".A; Solo yrcblldrenade.ut% No opiates.

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JAMBS. PRITOHABD, "President; i v WM. M. BBOWN, Vice.

WAILES CLAIM. C. 8. ScHtfYUSB, Cashier. W. S. BiUirni&e, Agat. Cashier

EAST COAST-ADVOCATE. This claim, -which is attracting INDIAN RIVER "STATE BAN

TH. Dry.'. the
A W..aLY,JOC B- DEVOTED TO so much attention throughout ,
OmiTT air T.. IVDIA BITBB; was. State cannot be otherwise than a Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY. r
WOBTK ABO just one, as Col. Watfes} has per-

formed his part of the contract MaltesChronic Authorized capital, $ ;
: BVEBT: PRIDAT.'ORA.Lre with the State and the Indian War Invalids. Paid up .capital, iJJJ

B. W-wow. Editor ft Publl he Claim has been paid to Florida. -- Average deposits, $,,5oJTransits ;
When the liver the bile the blood
of the is torpid enters asa
To be brief the history
of sdrts. must be mad per virulent poison; then come that train of Liver fits
Discontinuance Wades' Claim dates back to 1879 3, a General Bull
cully at this office or by writing. when Governor Drew and Attorney; ,5

Chow,etc.,may be made payable*o CBAmLiH. I General Baney, under instruction F A'1 Business \
WAI/TO-,publisher. from the legislature made'a con- IVER c ,

tract with S. I. Walles, agreeing to La and Oldest
rgest Bank
OFFICK-TliB EAST C6ABT Al>-< if he on the
BOSTON certain
him a percent Tonic '
Pellets the Treatment
pay are only that gives
404 Atlantic arena)
CAT. ban opened an offloe at and. 4 Exchange bought and sold
data m
secure all
Boston, which will be In charge of Mr, Claude would prepare the liver just the right touch: and Marts Nature's '' Countries, roniP|
the United State U
O.Walton. the payment from work in the right manner. The Pill touches: tbs ;
Government to the State of Florida r.tronaxeappreciated. Promptsenltw
liver,the Pellets tone the system. traaunont,and every !
Informs which
HT- In writing to>>tlie AnVOO.A.Talor of the sum of $92,648.00 + s /vMive granted.CORRESt'ONDETS .
will oblige by enclo Sample and Booklet Tre..
lion of any kind tho writer amount the legislature was willing

J Ing a itamped.addreiMtd enTelope., to accept as a settlement of the< tt Complete Treatment r p.s- aseaboard_ National Hunk of Now yon '
national Hank of Jacksonville
claims of the Stat against ,the 4e..'" as days.S cta: s'4 Fla 6 6'x

Address all communication to Government, for money advancedIn "'" Hew 1'.s....G_ iTU VILLE, FLA.
FLOIDA.O. fighting the Indiana during.

----- -" -TITUSVILLB.--- Indian Through War the of 1849.efforts of Colonel THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY GOMPU)

B. Department of Agriculture Walles in getting up the accounts

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. and data,and the lapse of time, In Sold by M.n.' WILSON A: SON, TITV8VIK.LK.

'- interest, the amount reached the< -,---,-- -- Wood, Coal, Coke, 'Brick, Lime, Cement, '

comparative state grand total of $1,089,160 by last .
The following is a Eau Gallie.Summer fndianola.
and rainfall for the when it $692,916.0 .
meat of temperature year, was paid ;
waek eliding Tuesday, May 19', 1003DATB. in cash, and $396,212.66 In bonds ? _____ I Vitrified Paring and sidewalk Brick <
-1902- haa"been ,.,
rlOOJMAX. Earl Brchards who
of the State of Florida. It was by weather and no mosquitoes. Master ,
1 MIIT.' MAX. MIN' visiting his grand-parents, Mr and Mrs 1
13 80 71 8)8t 74 Col. Walles' untiring labors that Dr. and Mrs. Peek were in Eau Gullle, A. 8. Humphry, for the past two Offices foot ol Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida Telephone No
14 81 CU 7.1 the claim was audited and, it ii Sunday afternoon. months, left Wednesday for his home, ti
t 15 84 OH 85;
16 81 70 (1(5 65: 84 84 71 him, and Keep her contract. The new home In Eau Gallie. Mr. Ootshafl, after getting his own T -

18 17 80 7:1: 84 CO amount of his claim cuts no figureIn The election for town officers passedoff house and grounds In good order, and

1' 19 71) 1:1: 84 76 the settlement. It was given ona quietly on Tuesday t. doing the same ,for his brother-in-law,, & Baker
week 1.7-: James L. Crawford, started with his McMurray
for the :
Total rainfall Had the settlementbeen I
held In the
normal rainfall for the percentage. Rev. .T. B. Hawk services family for their home in Scranton, Pa. ,
Departure from made n Its infancy- Colonel Baptist church on Sunday evening.
0.47 inches. Departurefrom called to :t
week: minus Our little village has been
normal rainfall since January 1,, Walles' compensation would have The Ilypolnxo Is hauled out on Oeo. mourn the passing away of one of our 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida. '
pin 8.00 inches. been small and the State would Houston's ways this week, for repair very few young men, Emmitt Field, SOn
HAL. P. HAKDIW, Observer. have been a million dollars poorer ;; Mr. and Mrs. Tvtander:, entertained of S. J. and J. B. Field, was born at Inflianoln --Makers" and Jobbers of-

--- -- -- ,---- .-- but time counts, and interest had Archdeacon B. F. Brown on Sunday last. Florida, In 1882: entered into

settled swelled the amount to over a mil iv1'. Wells of Melbourne, called 'In life e'ernal May 14, at midnight 1003,, and Materialt
IT has been practically aged 21'yearn and one month. Just; at Vehicles; Harness Carriage Wagon
L that the official British building at lion dollars, so that the amount 61 at Eau Gallie ou Tuesday, on his way to the age when life looks most enchanting ,

the St. Louis Exposition is to be a Col. Wailes percentage is large ; Titusville. to the young:, and piomises so muclt for Rubber Tires.
of Kensington Palace Every Governor Congressman The yawl Princess In the water again the furute, Emmett was called away. t .
y reproduction
and Senator has recognized Colonel after a complete overhauling on Hodg At! the age nf 1ha united, together First-Class Repairing and ,Painting &c. &c.
Orangery, London. son's with a number of his young companions,
r Walles as the commissioned repre- ways.Mr. with rhe ladlanola Baptist'.chuich, and -- ,-- -, -- ,-- - -
sentative of Florida In all transactions and Mrs. Gilbert left for Odessa, for these few short yearn, has taken at
p SENATOR Mark Hanna declares toward getting the claim N. Y., Saturday sailing on the Clyde Interest In all that pertained to church
that the talk of his candidacy for steamer from Jacksonville, Sunday. work Screen Door& Window Frame
y the Government paid as
against '
President of the United States Is The Lillian C., the new vessel for the lie was suffering from tonsillitis\ .,
all bosh. We have no doubt of it. has ex Attorney-General Raney, Banana river mail route, Is expected to which later developed Into bronchitis, at \
manufacture of
for the
We have Installed special machinery screen
who drew the contract. trial the time of the accident which resulted Just
work The
Lt; Mark Is a good, all-round sort of Many have passed since begin will off on.this Monday.week. trip In his death. lIe was the comfort of and window frames and can make them In all !sizes, styles and designs.
fellow, but it would be an unwise his father and mother, a dutiful and lov CAn cover them with platn green wire, galvauived site or POllTElB1JONZK
Col. Walles first began his work Mrs.. Taylor and Howard will return Screen wire cloth. Wilts for prices .
move for him to make the race for son, InK son, a kind brother and respected bj
+ the under the contract, and whatever to Kenosha, Win, (Saturday, after a all who knew him,as the large: concourse EAST COAST UMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
' construction the State's legal adviser pleasant stay In Eau Gallie of six months. of friends and neighbors who gatheredat General Office at Eau On Hie, Fla.

may now put on the contract, Mrs. Taylor will return the coming fall. his funeral Friday afternoon attested, Yards at EAU OA LIE, TI'lUSVILLE and FORT PIERCE
r' r' notice the name of Cromwell the fact remains that Ccl. Wailes Mrs. Isabel Schuyler, who ban been The services were conducted by Rev.

Gibbons suggested as a possible the State officers spending the winter at Newbern S. CL, tewart1Ilartln.rhe floral offerings
was recognized by .
honors. passed through Eau Gall la on Wednelday were many, and beautiful. The sympathy .
Gubernatorial ;
candidate for
that held olllce) through the long on her way to her home At Nathan, of tile whole community go out to Eodeges & O'Hara
We do not doubt ouryoungfriend'sability and tedious ,efforts to have the on the Banana river the father and mother, sisters and broth- )

I', to fill the chair with conspicuous Government pay the State of Florida ers, in this, their first great sorrow. ...Manufacturers and Dealers'in...
1>1'. G. deG. Sehuy-Iel' and Mrs. Scbav-
he has
Ft- success, but we Ito just claim and now that ler,.children and maid paused through
( hope,many useful years before him ; the money is in the State treasurythe Eau Gallie on their way to Nathan, on St. Lucie. Rangy CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBE
and we confess that'we should liketo legislature should promptlypay the Banana river, on Wednesday.. Dr. dressed ,
see ."Bob" Davis enthroned at Sclinyler will practice medicine ou the Orange Box Meads, Fruit andY ge'ahle Crates. Mouldings, Shingles.
Col. Wailes for his untiring efforts Indian and Banana rivers. Capt. T. P. Online and son left here recently Mills,and offlcu located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliver
;" Tallahassee as Governor Jennings'succellor in the State's behalf. on a business trip to Cocoa. tonny part of the State. Address, : Hodge:* & O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff,Flt

At the ADVOOA.TE office all kinds of
TUB!: proposed change of name Lotus. job printing Is done in up to- Established Drain and Seed House
TUB: Good Roads bill of Senator for the Episcopal church in the little stranger appeared. on the 10th The Oldest ... ,

JMaoWIUlams' is a good one, and United States did not succeed. It \V N. Cox of Bonaventure. was a visitor Instant at the home of Mr. Raulet son. E1A -

we have little doubt that it will be. was proposed that the name be at,Mr. It I bee's on :Saturday.Tomatoes :! He Is a fine boy, we hear.. A! :: & 00
come law in the near future. Why changed to "The Catholic ,churchIn are being; shipped In ntco The weather here has been decidedly' \

not open subscription lists at every >Jh.- United States," and delegate lots, but worms seem to have come In a cool, especially on Sunday: :which felt

postolUce In the State, and let the to the convention of the diocese of dorm like a fall day In the north. GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

postmaster or some prominent resident New Jersey voted upon the proposition Dr. Capron and family and It. D. Mrs'Sue Cox, of this place surprisedher

act as treasurer, reporting at which resulted in a vote of Tucker and wife spent Saturday very lends a few days ago by catching, Flour Grits Meal and Fertilize:
stated intervals to the Good bade 15 ayes and 50 nays. The dioceseof pleasantly at Qeorglana. In a gill net, a loggerhead: turtle that. ,
Association? In this way many Washington, of the Protestant Lotus was In a great state of excite- weighed 8. lbs. V-fejPM? : nz East Bay street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Frank the last of
several last week the Merely, our winter -
ment days over
1 additional dollars might be added Episcopal church, after considerable killing of Mr. Carpenter by, the man visitors, expiots to return In a few days Agts. for Jfunna Feed. Warehouses on trucks of 8. A.. L. R'y. and Plant 5.t
to remedy our most crying evil. debate, voted 88 to 28) againstthe Cook. There were only.ono or two eyewitnesses to his northern borne at Cleveland, Ohio.
Set'- We learn he has been very successful In ,
change of name. Bishop to the killing. Mr. Carpenter
t TilE demand for the Walton Self- terlee, who presided, said he was of was a man to attend to his own business latching shark at our famous Inlet.

Locking Tackle Block ; and the the opinion that a change of name and If he had troubles he always The parents of Mrs.\. Frank Storman, 'J?., R-vililiaaan & Co.
kept them to himself.! As far as his of this place, Mr. and Mrs Swain and
Patent, Tool for boats Is would,be inadvisable. ;
Calking neighbors are 'concerned, It Is regrettedvery the mother of Mr. Swain of Fort Drum,
rapidly increasing in the North much that such A thing should occur have been paying visit to their daughter 261 Washington: St ) NEW YORK.

r'' ADVOCATE readers visiting Boston, Cocoa. In our peaceful.cornmunity. and enjoying the sports-o. the Inlet. !1)3) Murray Street. { N. Y.
would do well to call in and see the l .
above, at the olllceof the company,

401 Atlantic avenue. They may The weftilng.tourist her senson summer Is gaib.over, and CocoaIs The Best is Found the Cheapest. Florida Pineapples
also be seen at the ADVOCATE ol-
floe, Titusville. Take note of the Captain 8. D. Brad well, who lived\ at ,
City Point, died last Friday at his home '
r ad. of the Walton Self-Locking after a short Illness' Deceased was the OUR-: +PICIA..L'1LY.We .
Tackle Block on our 7th page. orator of the May pay exeiolses here, UNITEDPineapple. "
when he delivered an excellent addreiH. and wish to rev'*
represent several of the largest .shippers In your State,
Deceased was an Influential' citizen, aud :
THAT edict of the U. S. Postollloe had a host of friends on Indian River you also.! Give.,us ..-trlal shipment. Established 30 years.
seems a harsh one.
very Emmott Field, of ladianola, who was -
They have decided that torn stampsare thrown from his horse and received conousston '
not good, and that anyone who of the brain, died on the lib : -. ESTABLISHED 1870. r

i tears a stamp and pastes the parts Instant. lie waj a model young mao, {
liable to the pride of his mother and ; : "
together one letter are
the sympathy of the lesiiients of Indian
M. Lane & Son
have that letter held for postage. River goes out to the bereaved relatives.
That is a nice state of affairs, aftera ,
The Cocoa and Rockledge school closed
person has paid cash for stamps, with an entertainment by the pupils.
and accidentally breaks the flimsy The exercises: were all that could bo de- 250 WASHINGTON, STREET, NEW. YORK.
1 paper when in a hurry to mall a lot aired; the teachers worked hard to makeIt WRAPSAre

of letters. We have not beard a success, and the children showed remarkable Southern Fruit and Prodnc

whether the Government will exchange greater care part In of drilling the exercises and training.The were. .

torn stamps for whole ones. bf the younger members of the school. ,

The little tots were quite proficient In the Best. Ask Commission: : : tM1erohan:: : I
JACKSONVILLE' is going to have a all\ that went to make up an interesting your Neighbor.We .

: big attraction next fall. An or- programmeTRAVELING

ganization has been formed for a IS ttAXGEROUS Make Them in all Colors.For FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY ,
charter for the Jacksonville Trades' Constant motion jars the kidneys which .
} Carnival Association and this or. are kept in place In the body by,delicate Stencils, Cards* and our quotations furnished on application. _
attachments. This is the reason that r
ganization will be composed of travelers, trainmen, street car men, team-' -
some of the most prominent professional sters and all who drive very much, suffer Tomatoes try }
and business men in the from kidney disease In some form. Mason M. Clark
Foley's Kidney Cure strengthen the '
metropolis Florida, '1 he capital kidneys and cures all\ forms of kidney ,

stock of the Association is 5,000, aDd bladder disease. Geo. E. Hausan .UNITED Vegetable

and the promoters promise an attraction locomotive engineer, Lima, 0., writes .. Paper. ;
every fall that will draw "Constant vibration of the engine caused" Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
me a great deal of trouble with my kidney -
people from all over the South. *, and I got no relief until I used Fo- One trial will make you our customer.
Jacksonville Gala Week Associa. ley's Kidney Cure. Sold by Wilson. SPECIALTIES I

Hon will not have a carnival next If your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers write to ,
E, I fall, BO the Trade. Carnival Association Accordion Plaiting, Early Beans and Vegetables.

I : will be able to have the Any width up-to 43 inches. Agents UIVXTEX: X-A-E: :ER. CO., Florida
whole field to themselves. We wish wanted. Clara F. Rich, 331 W Duval Oranges and Grapefruit. ,

the new aiiociatlon'every success I 8t.,. Jacksonville Fla. "1Jm SOUTHERN OFFICE, ATLANTA GA.. 'foRIlIo''L -
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S &]\ 4,.fronting R. A. on Lent Avenues has purchased E. and D.lots for 1111"a short Mary stay.Halnlin-has pone; ,to Eldred :JYI.A.R.: JBR: <>S. 5. "I

gOY l lots crates.Pineapples, and tomatoes are going by the forward hundreds In car of and The commission country Is. full men,of all transportation hustling.% for WHOLESALE GROCERS, ., I.

job| When printing you do need not any fall/good to give, up-to-date a share business.E. B. Walker' received a wire this Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner .

of It to the ADVOCATE. week informing; him that hIs aged father .
had had
a paralytic stroke.
Capt. Dan. Ross has charge/ of the
freighter. Admiral, which carries pineapples Our church building Is progressing; -- Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FIJI.
by the carload. very fast, and Is going to be a Hue little LOOK 1

j John Domini Is at his old home In Atlanta building Mrs. J.when II. completed. suffering from any eye def ota-or weak WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. u;
LeTourneau ,
Ga., on a business trip. lie Is expected dinner entertained. sight call at my new well-appointed optical .
I back this week. last-Thursday, Mesdames Scoble, Institute. Special, complete lensa PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. i /,,
AiIV16 Scliujler, Richards, Miller and Itoblnsou. grinding outfit In connection. f'I
When you visit West Palm Beach stop Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season. .) ':'
at Minaret Cottage, Olive streets The Pineapple harvest has begun In earnest, DR. E. ARMSTRONG, :
best meals for 23.cents. and all social.functions will have to Rive; 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Flo jWe solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable ','J,
way. Everyone will be too tired'to dissipate "
J. wife ----- ----- -- - -- .
pOWDER Gregg, and child, and Roy and we will be down to our usual .' '
Lane 'and wife report a pleasant outing summer routine.\ V. I
as far as Fort Pierce, on the launch Cor- Melbourne. Rockledge. LOOK :,t;
Mr. and were'amonlt
Mrs.\ \
Pare J. II. LeTourneau '
Absolutely poral, Sunday.! the guests at a very delightful: IJI'It'! :t: i

/ (7S NO SUBSTITUTE Miss Susan Hitching has been Indisposed "Progressive Flinch" party at the homeof A. Wheeler left Thursday for New FOR :''A : :

/f/Z the past week with a had attackof Mr. and &(ra. Chas. $. Scbuyler, last Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK, Haven, Conn.Lewis : : :'.:

.-- .. Is the grip. We are pleased to note she I Wednesday evening. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Herring and wife left for Brooklyn An epidemic of:Malaria I. sure to follow ct,
"- rnpldly .
-- recovering.Bxllry I IAlrr.'el Sunday School received at the Melbourne! Postofflce. N. Y. Mooda { !
at the Congregational the wet Bcaaou! and the high waters

rest Palm Beach. and wife have arrived chapel, next Sunday morning, will be GOO 1e Geo. Baker and wife will leave Thursday which have prevailed all over the :
from San Mateo. Mr. held at 0:30 o'clock &: UOODK.-Keal KnUte anil Lose
Bailey Mill spend : to enable the mem, ?
Agent for Mtna, London. and Liverpool inC for Brooklyn N. Y. South. Malarial and kindred ;1
the bent feven
summer to attend the
attending to tho ship services nt St. !'aurl HlftlM Providence Washington, anil Bun 11'1.. .i f
She Board of Trade' plcnlo was given I ping of his. pineapples. church at 11 o'clock. Insurance. Special attention paid to toe The rains have done much to bring out will develope to an alarming extent. (
lJlav the 21st. The steamer Lake "Frnnk' Forster, wife" and daughter, of C. A. Robinson has had a substantial interests. of nonreslilents.PR the orange trees and foliage. General health conditions will be bad; [!
: for
SM aim.
Illi left the dock at served and Orchiil, on luilinii, \River, were pleasant, picket fence erected to enclose Mr. Nlni- T.. A. PERK: -I'llvmrusyn 8tIRI1"Ol. A, D. Baldwin, and wife left for their every precaution should be taken. !'

luion where dinner. wan caller* .on Tnomlay.I Tliey W"I'> on H. lek's orange grove. This grove, rty the Kesiilnnre Melbourne. K ui tlulliu, Tuesday New Haven home, Thursday, !May Sits. :
Loral good time is reported. emitting trip lu I heir motor cat boat.MonU way, Is one of the show places. The and Friday afternoons. When of our people visit West The System Mast Cspeetslly .. p.,. ," ''t

|, Park Commissioner, Schmidt l lI I. trees are in fine condition, and remark Palm any tl$.4 to Resist. Malarial AU..... "\, *> ,
ilih for the i Johns/ our deputy-slit-iiir, I received ably large considering their Mrs.\ Laura Phillips has returned to Beach they own get good accommodations ,
elaborate program;
an ii very I painful) wound un Friday age. Fort Pierce at Minaret Cottage, Olive St. r .
after short visit
a town. trial of lUll
b in A
should demonstrated
and supported I
I :years
of July,
which wan emitted ,Mrs. Chan. S. '
by t lioavy tlm.r l closing Srhuyler gave; a dinner f',
By citizen 'f the town. Throw, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buck The melon crop promises to be large; that for this Dr. 1
have movetl Ilar-
:' every upon hili' hand, neatly cutting off party for Mrs. Oeo. W. Scoble, of Titus ; and melons cheap. Three to five dollars emergency 1 ,'j :
the :Stars: and Stripes from. every two i-f his HngerH. vllle, at which dameRJames O. Wey,, Into the Moore cottage on Strawbrldgo hundred or'. Iron Tonlo has no equal. Iron la '
a as reported In the for
and let the Eagle scream.L avenue. papers t
iietop, E. Simmons, is on the sick list this C. A. Robinson, John, Miller, Thomas K., melons averaging twenty-two pounds Is the fighting element In the blood, and : 1
and Mrs. L. D. Eaton have left week. HP was Informed by home klndheurted -I Richards, W. F. Richards, J. II LeTournenu Mrs. John Goo lIe went to Enu Uallla a low price. the kind) of iron supplied by Dr. liar \ ,:,
; Beach for the.ummer, tblnk- K. Ai Ireland and Miss Arnold I on Tuesd.iv.
to visit
1st Palm ? her friend Mrs. I
( ) pOI..O. that lily roots were ter' Iron Ton to In the kind J t
Just tho
lihata change may be beneficial tot : web charmingly entertained. Albertina Treutler. II. Anderson, who was In Rook- ,
good to and tried
t Doctor io his present weakened con- been eal, ill some. Mr. :S. has MosdamoH ledge on business last Friday, May 15, system requires to succesHfully combat 1,' .; 'ti
Ion. Hosts of friends wish for them seriously ever since. Wey and MoMullen gave avery I Oeo. Wilkinson, of Sebastian, spent met with serious. accident, .In that he malarial conditions. Don't wait until '' .
Mrs. Thos. pleasant special meeting; of the Tea lust Friday In Melbourne, rilling; A..A. was thrown from his and :
jiltb and an early rein Hogarth, superintendentof conveyance l
and the East prosperity Coast, the Sunday school, was missed S Club in honor of Mrs. Otis Cureton. Avery Buck's place of business during his short broke his arm. He went to Jacksonvilleon you are alt ticketl. Take It now and fortify ;,I, I i i

to much on Sunday by the scholars. very She pleasant feature was the Art Gal. absence.Mr. the night train to receive butler attention yourwolf; It Is an absolute safeguard f"

lira. Henry Phlpps, of Plttsburg, wife has been quite 111 for the past few days. lery The,list where of forty pictures were displayed : .. and !Mrs. Castle still linger with than he could secure here. and, at the name time, It IN the best ., ,i ;1 1f
multl-mllllonalre who owns rtutlful names was posted and
Itbe up
winter home on the South: We hope to Bee her out on Sunday. the ladles racked their brains for fifteen I iia' at the Grand View cottage.; Mr. The services at the Rocklodge chapel toulo and Invlgorant for the entire sys Ii'

Jwof Lake Worth, left for New York., Faber Bros., two of Fort 1'lerce'. minutes to tit the names to the'plcture". Castle. enjoys rlshlng, and on Tuesday are to be continued this month, and will tern. On the other. hand, quinine disturbs :

Ha week, accompanied by her mother, prominent young business men were No one guessed them all. Mrs. Fred M. last his capture was fine, probably close with Mar for three the system and Its cumulative& J

Is. J. S. Schaffer. Mrs. Phipps will I here the first of the week. They came S Hudson came nearest to I It with 3'j: correct Mr. and Mrs. Grosbeak left on Tues months and bo resumed] In the early fall. poison begets greater physicaL trouble.
Ind the summer In Scotland, and rein down on their launch, and are much guesses to her credit. Delicious refreshments day for their home In Tltusvllle, Pa., so The attendance this month IK small, as f
bere in the early fall. pleased with Stuart and surroundings. were served, consisting 'ol their cottage on the bluff will be cloned! many of those who attended have gone than tljone! It I lit employed" to remedy. ;
sandwiches, pickles Iced tea, lemon until their return next fall. And others are A'oltljlln a few days. Where n bad case of chronic Malaria ; ':
Ilenry Petitt and Quo W. Bacon closed I Chas. :McPherson\ has purchased the ,f'
sherbet and
; various kinds "
of cake. The
Sir charming; house, Pelican Lodge, on E. Simmons launch, which he will use I threatening weather .J. O. Fries, flreveid'sooiintysiirveyor, The school entertainment' on Friday alrrmly exists, take DR. IIARTEIVS 'I,

21st and left for Philadelphia, Pa., In hauling his tomato and pineapple I but there was a good kept attendance many home notwithstanding was In town lust week, making arrangements night, last, of the Coaoa-Rnokledgu FEVER and AOUE SPECIFIC It la I '

Bore they will plan their summer's crop, as well as for pleasure. She:: Is \ and had for surveying!: the route for the Hpuool was a trust Interesting! affair, and guaranteed to cure. Price 60 cents. .. .
a good
oraoy. These gentlemen have made large and roomy, and can carry a heavy time. everyone new railroad between Orlando and Mel was largely attended by the patrons and' BUT- IF you .WILL ,'l". 1.

far attractive additions to the Lodge burden. bourne. public generally, The performance ', .
The concert given at Jensen Town Hall I showed how well and thorough has been '
i[ring their stay here not only enhance Contractor N. C. Jones, of West Palm for the several churches was a success Inevery !Mrs. Carter and daughter.! Miss Susie, the training of the pupils under the care Ii! liJII. HARTER- .1 ". ;

their own property, but all adjoining; Beach, was here, Monday. Mr. Jones I way, and netted twenty.four dollars expect to leave here this Friday for Jacksonville of their several teachers. It wan wonderful :' !

Iiporties. has the contract to build the Miss Susan for each church. We would like to wbere they will spend a few how weil the younger; pupils: ha,. IRON TONIC r J i !t't'"f" '
D'lie many friends of Dr.'Hougbton will I Kltohlng residence on the river front, suggest to our Jensen friends. that it days, ere leaving for their summer homo lOll part In the nroirram. carried out their ".
fret to hear that he has been confined I adjoining the Bessey tract. The material would be well for them to purchase some I Inttharon, Pa. parts.. The music,' singing, recitations You Won't Hnv. "' ...'a"... ""'c. fV i

jfibe house for the last week by a severe / Is beginning to arrive. folding chairs so that they could be used Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Middleton and and plays were all well rendered.! Mrs.J. All dealers handle, or ,end to PR ,' .'
iiess., but the latest report from Ills W. L. Kemper, representing the Drake when such a crowd gathers: In the hall. family lire still with and 1*. Cooper bad much to do with the j ,I ,
ysictan, Dr. Durn ham, is that he Is In I Produce Co., Miami, was In town Tues- There were. many'aching backs from sitting every Saturday to ui Melbourne", enjoy Beach a trip success of performance. She: worked JlAR'fltK MEDICINE\ Co.. Daytoa, Or*,.*, : 1<

Biiir way for a speedy recovery, rauclI day. > Mr. Keroper's father usod to own on backless benches. We are getting where the hard to the end. There were others also I'I i
the delight/; of bis hosts of friends. the fine schooner-yacht Cygnus, which particular In our old days. We used Ipg\ ; and they bathing.A. spend. day .fishing, hunt- not less deserving of credit and the, children ;( Boastoa, T.... A as \ 'OOU( ;JIll J .

ing live the genial commander of the he sold to Messrs. Walton Bros., of Titus to go to dances, and when we saw a row as well as the teachers were Interested .. V Iron"I 1'onl"ua tinv nmvl,Mlf!,I Pr and J4qrIi75 In' ,;, I''j
mjr 1 "
[use boat Oontos.tlsn vllle; and he at one time had chargeof of pineapple.crates all around the hacking A. Buck went up to Indlanola last In the-successi of the exercises. r family for o..r '", .n'; n VII ys..rs. arC \
the Bethel Creek Life-Saving Station, house for seats, we'd say, "My, Isn't Friday to attend the funeral of his bro. can hmvttlvrwiornmori'l. Ik I ....1'.... ; i "
[ Josephine Dudley,' sister of Mrs. where he owns a large tract of land. that line," and sit there the whole e"en- ther-in-law, Emmett Fields. The Fields', Col. C. W. Harrison, who owns,1100 mm n rtl H. de Camara, left for the north last have orange grove and lIme between Cocoa >r) .l and oth.i 'avar. ;
u ing and think how civilized we were getting family the heartfelt lIympatbyoftheir /. H. HATM, ;, .
Iturday, stopping Del/and for a short but now we *think !,......d.. and boxen Melbourne friends In their sad loss and' itockledge, died last Friday, May 10, Land and Kmttratlon: AiL., FrI.co Una, ". | : '

sit, then on to New'York, when she Foley's Honey and Tar contains no are hard. Funny, Isn't Ii, ? After a whilewe of a beloved son and brother.A at his home, he was eighty-seven yeais (II...*...,..1..bet....* ", ,,,,.''eli. .uIa" ") I "
Jlsfor England/; to1 pass the summer opiates and can safely be given to cIIII- will not to church unless the of ago. Col. Harrison was a man of j.
jtli a sister who permanently resides dren.. Sold by B. K. Wilson & S>n. are cushioned go, and: probably will ref seats us" most enjoyable surprise party was much energy, public spirited and upright .. -. .. -. -- .---. :' f' 'i"i ,,
re. !Mini Lindley's return will, be an- .t.n ride In furm wnornna? tint him* Hut given lust Friday evening by Mr. and In all things. lIe was' a prominent 'j"I
Mrs.\ Frank l Kubertson at Hotel C"rI8to" Mason and member of the Georgian I II:
ipatod in the early fall by her numer-' rubber tired Ca; 'la/le'I/ do, and we, wl'l') Episcopal )
9 M friends In Southern Florida. lion Tibbals. be In honor of their daughter./; Mrs. John church, beloved In his home and by Ills I
quite as in the
happy as we were 41
yage. old daYIi. Ferguson, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Among neighbors; and associates.. Ha leaves a ,'I I I

(leo. B. Wood a relative of fleorge W. those present were: .Mesdames RelieoosHpangler widow, a son, a brother and sister to J. W. Bruner will noon begin shipping ;1 r ;' ,!
Ticon of Pelican, who has C. D. Munson has returned to his summer J, Klchert, (I, 8. Hnerl..kltrt O. mourn his death. Ill. vital powers have his. large crop of pineapples.Our :, I I.
Lodge, spent home in Fitchburg, Mass. What Is Foley's K'dney Cure Answer M. Boaujenn, L. \. Peek, U. F. Paddl.aon been giving; way, one by one, for sometime :y
|o lout two wlnteis here, left for hisneon summer "oozons" have put In ; I i",
: It Is made from prescription ofa the Misses Emma
; I'Ipllnlll"r, Jessie and the end came Il\Itt Friday after
| Staten Inland on the 14th. Mr. Our peopl are busy packing and forwarding their unwelcome much to '
leading Chicago phtslclan, and one of Ooode, Susie Carter, Helen Miller; and noon. The family will the avrel1rl\noe :
food( is i a very enthusiastic fisherman, the luscious Vine pple. the most eminent In the country. The Mssers..0. S. Snednker, O M. iJeaui Jean, remains to New Jersey where accompany they will the regret of those prefer to iy'i
d(I at of is able ; remain at home the I !
tire 86venty-t wo years age; Everybody should read the ADVOCATEthe"pnly. : Ingredients/ are the purest 'the purest Oeo F. Paddlson, ptiinford' Wells, (Jims.; be enterred among relatives. They left during summer. ':.} \

J| with out the many rod younger and: men The in a gentle-day'sort .pink paper In the, South. that money can buy, and are scientifically It. Faran, Ernest Tavlur. Sam Martin un the sfternooo train, /going north, Sun K.: Vesey Hall, Is having his house re ', '
linn. combined to /gut their utmost value. IRod Dr. L. A. Peek. Progressive; Stud day. The funeral services were conducted modelled, adding another story and extra /! 1
|im Is also a gifted artist; many of his Why don't someone at Eldrod send a Sold\ by Ii. K. Wilson & Son, -Tltuavllle.\ I was JUte ouderot the evening. At eleven at their residence, Sunday morning, rooms, which adds much to Its appearance ,1M

[Hallo. pictures adorn the walls of the few Items to the AnvocATEand keep o'clock a dainty supper was served, consisting by Archdeacon B. V. Brown, the pastor and make It very cosy and : ":1

J'dRe.IA' their neighbors posted P of fruIt salad, bam sandwiches, of St. Mark's church to which Col liar. comfortable. A. U. Carter: has the con- ", I :

delightful social event was a recep- Mrs. Charles Gifford was hostess at White City. ; olives, pickles, orange/ sherpert, fruit, rlson belonged. Col. Harrison I... a groat tract. ,

)Riven/; by Lea 'ee 1'Argullee Frl- the Country Club on Thursday after chocolate and coanut cake, coffee, etc loss to our community, All extend their The body of !Sid! Carpenter, who. was \ > i n:
afternoon, at the home of Miss An- noon. A large number were present, A song by Miss\ Hpangler was greatly en- sympathy to the bereaved family.A killed at Lotus on Wednesday of last
Watermelons ( I
are beginning to .
Jony, president of the club. The bos- rljen Joyed all. t
table and enjoyed the cards and dancing. quite fast now.Tomatoes by week, was brought here for Intermeut, .' : f
mansion was beautifully deoor- ,
|ed with trailing vines hibiscus and We are hoping that the recent visit of LESSON IN HEALTH.-Healthy Thursday He leaves a widow and two I ,I. ,
are going forward now In children who have the of $,
Ille the gallery being particularly at- Henry M. tflagler,. J R. Parrott, J. E. You never heard of any one using Fo kidneys filter the Impurities from the sympathy all I II
tlvo. The delicious fruit punch was Ingraham and other officials of the F. E. good quantities.L. ley's Honey and Tar and not being satis- blond, and unless they do this g", od health their friends. 'I.1 I, ,

Irved from a profusely decorated cor- C. Hallway, to our little town, may bringus D. Jones U, hauling pineapples for tied. Hold by B. U. Wilson A; Son. Is impossible. Foley's. Kidney Cure Jake Fields and wife returned from '

rand the young ladles serving It seem- some good, as we certainly need more Mr. Rolllson, of Ankona. makes sound kidneys and will positivelycure Indlanola, :Saturday: where they had ti: 3 3l

like veritable fairies. The genial; bOils shell around our station, now that the Mi.: Dedrlch and Peter Borenson Fort all forms of kidney and bladder been daring tbe week with their brother, ,: \

her aids were unceasing in their heavy pineapple shipping season Is here. gathering pines for Mr. CarUou. are Pierce. disease. It strengthens the whole sys- Emmltt, who died Thursday And was t' I .
Uni Sold by Ii. K. YVlUon. & Son. buried have the "" "
itentions to each and Miss < : Krldny They ,sympathy
every guest. !
ft Ooltram favored the with a Mr. !and Mrs, Harry Jennings! Mrs. Pasco left, this week, for New of all In their sad bereavement. i '/
company on their fine tennis courton Cnpt. Hogg( returned In his
a party Sunday
Imber of songs ID her usual charming Saturday: afternoon. The game' wan York, where she expect to spend the trim yacht, after the winter trip. South Rockledge. X. M. Fish, road commissioner, was : : ,

J-inner, while Miss Clow and Mlsn For- arranged on the progressive! tournament summer. down Monday, and our citizens had a of Jii
fan rendered delightful Instrumental plan, the last net being played by Mrs. Edgar! Frlpp will assist our late express Quite a number of our citizens are In road meeting. The i county furnishes "

u810. The two hours passed so quick- Merwln and Charles Kacey against: Mrs. agent, W. II. Robinson, In harvesting hi. ,Tltusvllle attending pourt this week. K"v, N. L n.' DOllert was visiting his the material, the citizens do the work. :i "

tile guests were reluctant to leave, as Jennings! and W. W. Luce, the former. pineapples.We You will be pleaded when you visit friends here lust zatlU'day. They get the! shell from Dr. Wlttfeld. 'I
king' L,,s Fees that their first soclaf, winning after a sharp contest. ha.e' had some very welcome rains West Palm Beach If you stop at Minaret Everybody juMlnut over the prospect
[motion was a charming success. Everyone enjoyed the fine concert given here of late, which have been of much Cottage/ on Olive street. Good meals Quite Col. Uarilson's a number from funeral., this part attended of a shall roes 'I J Ji 'If

The Board of Trade held their annual on Saturday evening at Jensen. This benefit to our farmers. are served at 25' cents. fp i Mrs. R. E. Mimi\ sod charming daugh .,

tiqgon I /; the 13th. Many questions of end of In lan River Is centalnly fortun- Miss Fransen, of this place, was the Capt. Arthur Jennings/ took as merrya .I Messrs. Redstone and llalght took a tar, Miss Gertrude, of Bonaventure, left J i I I
Importance were presented and dlsuMed nate In havinti such excellent musicians, guest of Mrs. Frederlcksen, of Jensen; party 'of ladles for a sail Sunday after. tilp l<> Eau U.llie Saturday.The : Wednesday of lust week for Savannah. .' < .
I and reports read front the Beal ,- willing\ to give their talent so generously the fore part of this week. noon, as ever were ducked In Indian : heavy. rains the past few days, They joined the merry party that left / j' ."
committees. A committee of fives ; and Tlbbal. wishes to thank them Klvor. The wind blew a stiff\ gale from ; have made vegetation look .nice. hero, at Cucon. But they found Jack. : i :
: appointed with power to act upon all-and Mrs. McCarty-for the great( Mr. Flndley working at North An the Northeast and tbe bonnie boat sped sunvllle MiKxIefl.' Steam 1 lunches going !
'''e proper observance of the Glorious pleasure of bearing such good music, kona, among the pineapples, going to through tbe foam rested waves alter Mrs. M. C. Salmon ami, Mrs. It. H. up and down Bay street, etc. Tbe I'
'hot July. After all business had been and the financial! aid toward the paint- and fro every day on horse back. oat spraying and drenching l.tuKh- Johnson spent Tuesday with Mrs. U. J. whole party were delayed there for twen-

npo cd of, the election of officers fore ing of !St.: Paul. Episcopal church.A Messrs. Jones and Beemenderfer have log good natured passengers until amore \Kossller.\I ty-four hours, as no trains were running. .

'"-J ensuing year was In order, and re- been very busy of late with their pineapple toiiseled crowd would have. been It Is a very unusual, thing to have. five. Memorial Day will be observed as-

eel'll. In the re-election of the old of- REVELA TJOY.-If you will\ make land at the station, and will\ soon hard to find. They got home just as the .deaths within\ radius of eight mile In eat l In tbe afternoon. Speeches songs.

namely : Kx-Mayor Whllldin, It will be a revelation to you have it ready for planting. stars came out. having spent a most enjoyable .D. week. and recitations will be iii :Mrs. Plerce's
president Ben Doster Inquiry
; ares afternoon and
ent; A P. Anthony t ,Ice-presldent; bow many succumb to kidney or bladder Mr. Lamont has been working out the Ideal host voting board.Cspt. Jennings Charles Krene, 90!:" has been here for grove After which all will march to
L.;II ill 1411', 2nd vice-president; H. P. troubles in one form or another. It the seed beds in the Grlfllng Bros. nursery. an on ship the past year baa guile to his hwme at tbs cemetery amf'cover tli graves. of all

iraoDing, secretary; Oeo. 1.. Branning patient Is not beyond' medical aid, FeI"y'll The plants are looking very well, con. Tbe entertainment at the close' of Hawthorne. who are burled there with flowers.. Every
'Mnrer Cure will\ cure. It never the school Friday afternoon, reflected much body Interested Is cordially Invited ,' :
G G. Kidney sldering unfavorable weather we
; Currle M..
H. O. Hood B. L. Johnson Juts traded his
high and all
attend the
to bring flowers
Gruber Sold by Wilson Son. have bad. credit on pupils and teacher. The schoolhouse
B. disappoints.
Harry L. Brown John
band was beautifully decorated with stepping black horse to May Malhes. for want to. It Is a labor of love, and all ,
Wt Helm' executive commit- II. Christensen baa moved Into
, s more gentle one. do for those who ,
flowers. and we can are
:" The evergreens: bunting. The gone.
Board has In anticipation the Jensen's house, Mrs. Jensen having Joined .
,!lIlIdinl(' of a large City Half through Jensen.Lee her husband In Palm Beach wherehe organ was banked with flowers, and Mrs. A. Wheeler was down to bid his friends.

P ae splendid otter made by J. E. Ingia- Is employed by the East Coast Hotel Elizabeth June eclipsed herself In the good-by. on Sunday, before leaving. for Quick ArreHt.
t of the Land of the F. will remain there rendition of inspiring marches and songs. bU summer home in New Haven, Conn.
Department Company. They all J. A. Uulledge of Verbena A 1ft.
-, C. Coat., of Fort Pierce, was calling The scarf drill, led by Miss Esther Keene, ,
Railway. friend In town one day last week. summer. Their nelce Miss Louisa, accompanied was splendid and graceful, and the flag II. J, Kosslter and wife spent lost Wednesday twice In the hospital from a' severe ease
on them. drill led Miss 2or.'Merrlwether and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.. of piles causing 21 I tumors. After doctors -
Martha Coon Is spending a few by was Salmon. sod all\ remedies failed Bucklen's
Mr. Rosslter
Miss suffering Horer.I ,
A Sure Thing. ; That unearthly noise, Monday after one of the prettiest on the The
this program.
days with friends In I ly with a lame back. Arnica Dalfe quickly arrested furth.r Inflammation It
which and
; It i la said noon, was equal to participants were bea'ltlfullyjtowned la
wth that nothing Is sure except week.Mrs.. i anything from a screech owl to a steam red, white and blue. The plays by the A. Mo?. Porter of and cured him It conquers
and Daytona, accompanied -
taxes, bnt that Is not altogeth- and Mrs.. Hamor, I aches and kills pain. fc3o st all drag- *. :
$ i'i4
George Saeger and which made cattle
*true Dr. organ/ and horses little tots was very cute. After the entertainment by his wife, stopped 1 over here a .,
muiiniptlon King's Is New Discovery for of Ankona, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. tremble for miles around, was caused by cake sad Ice cream were short time. He was oo his way to Key gists. _

na lung troubles.a sure cure for all throat J. S. Kock, last Saturday. Mr. Dutton, In sawing lumber by wind served by the teacher and pupils. This Largo, In his new launch, to look after
Thousands test
.to that of Neptune, who con- power with an unsteady breeze. We do term has been very tuccesiful. his property there.
'b epherdtown Mrs. C. B. VanMetre, of temSute"spending the summer here, not know bow successful he was In oat- -
W. Va. lI.y.1 had a lumber but he mad. Ou esteemed friends, Louis Herringand EAU OAM.IK FLA. (
"ere Sunday at home. ting enough nOiseabout May is, 1903.:
case of Bronchitis last Made YounsAsaln.. wife
and for a year spent 1CWILL and Geo. Baker and wife, left

r1e4 eilef,everything I heard of, but got no Whenever you go to West Palm Beach "One of Dr. KIn '*New Life Pills each for their home In Brooklyn, N. y. They Editor Rail Coail Advocate I
One bottle of Dr. King's New Minaret Cottage Olive street, your CURE CONSUMPTIOX..A.A. weeks has will return early next fall to occupy
Jf i1cOery make night for two put me la my Following In the wake of Mr. John
t'l I IftIallible tben cured me absolutely. stopping plac. BM of meaU only 25C J jMrs. Herren, of Finch Ark., writes, "Fo: 'teens' again" writes D. II. Turner'ofDem their beautiful new residences. Henry. I beg to say to the voters that I :

'ou for Creep Whooping T. W. Anderson and little son, ley's Hooey and Tar Is the best prepare psevtown. Pa. They':. {be best In will be In the race for Tax Assessor, before
i \GrlP.> .Pneumonia and CAnsnmp- by her mother, In. Peas- tlon for coughs, colds and long trouble the world for Liver. Stomach and Bow Foley's) Honey and 'Tar U peculiarly the coming primary

rugglatal'1 1& I. guaranteed br all accompanied Suoday,for LaGrange. where I know that It ha* cured consumption In els. Purely ", ..taol.. Never gripe. Only adapted for asthma, bronchitis and ad Respectfully,

tzesA4Dc. $ Trial.00. bOIteS free. Reg. they tar. left will on spend the summer.zii the first .tt.g_" Sold by Wilson & SOD. J 224 at all dru'ltorea. hoarseness, gold by B. B. Wilson & son. P. A. 1IcJlJJ.L4Jf

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1 pert labor BO AH to make-use' of the Florida EasL Coast io

its r / army of prisoners who' would be put i at P- p .
S their disposal! under the new plan.In .

order to secure thin necessary tund LOCAL TIME.CARD No. 48. / In Effect April II
It la more and more evident that tbe ty(

the national government should SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. .
of the ? AD It[
be called In to supply a portion
all provided for by ttUrownlow 2t E No. E9Dally. No.29 STATIONS NB. 8i{' No.7B

money. This bill Is, which wad not only lidortfed Fe I Dally.! '( .,,', I Dail y 'I DnllT! r

by the Chicago convention but C SQIf 0 1CO"\ 0 40. Lr.. ........... ..JaokabnTlliet. ................ .. ..Ar T15a '
convention ot 4- IS 031 II 48 a ...... ...........81 IJ/I.Ok.nn"III..L TTP
.loo by the Dptrolt top I 10 ...... .........btf"' >iiKiistlue.M............. . e JI7Uil, .U I
American roadinakers. Every conventIon 0 J BBI 11 .. ........ ........7. lieu jnKe.-I.".......... .. .. a 1,
met to consider thin question sine CLASS lat u. ... A .R. ''' ...'...,..... .. . ... 14.3V", 113p
( introduced I III 11 ry 9t a.fi, t.. .. .. .. .. ..... .TPaT.atka.. .... ..?.. .... .TV X 898p: g'e1'
the Urownlow bill was I TRAIN FIRSTCLASS f UJ' 11-.ass.!!.iL-v- .. ...... .... Pftlatka ,........ ... ,. .. Ar 6t6P+811 n
congress has In sod the bill and glV fir 29TRAIN:: !.-880). .. \r. ... .. ..... ..Hail. Matej....... .... ... .. r --SCI. i
t Dodg< :: . .. .. ,,.. .... . '
Our money winning books, urged Its pu SHU ge.-lion. Martin FIRST '" . 6 Lv.LyT.. .. .Hail Mateo .n. Ar I
who know, tell FEATURE. 7'17'j; | ... .. ............ beers .. :... ..... .. ."Lr 1ia 6'03331..(
written by men Honda. r ANDFIRST 8 13 Pl. ......... ............ IUn.elti. .. .j... .. ...... ... il'V q
all about New Jersey's Stun ISFEATURE. 8201 24ip........ ........ .. +..Dllponc.. ..............,...... 8 Msan i"P....
you State Road Supervisor Budd In bl" AND SUI lip ..... .. ... il.I'Orm'nd.. ......... ... :.... 3hV1'
'Governor Murphy js DOap 1 27 p 1.......... ..... .4..1>uytr>na ..,.... ......... ;.... 8 17
sh annual report to w :: ,ISA 0 Up aa 4. ..... ...... ........I.OI.tOr.nl'O...... ...... ... ... 8 (it aIBIa I"Sap :1t
Pote bows that 700 miles of atone road ONTRAIN I I Aiop 03p ........ ........M. W eniyr.-a......... ...... ..... 24:10: IISP rr
durln 10181' I tiP.. ......... ...... ... Oak' 11U1 .....,........ .. .. BHa
Jersey! ,
have been built In New TRAIN 101SB., LOY ............T1t.vlie..................... pAl:
They are needed by every man to tray,<' :: .. ...... ... ......... ai i P
the last year It Is possible 3S p 181 p ............ OiHOu.Roukledtrit\ .. ..... 11 6 a '
who own a field and a plow, and I from Jerse CARTRAIN SERVICE liOp t ._.... ..... ...... ............... .... Uf8a t 13aPi
who desires to get the most out on smooth hard roads j/thT' CARSON 1J 15 a .8i1 .................:.Ban Gullto,............. U Ifta
of them.Thiy. City to Atlantic City. The state has a| CARS U 88 a .. .... .. .. ..........Melbourne.............,..;;.. 14 mm 1tgP31 0
Sand poitat card. $1.205.108 for bulb d. 109a ilS3, ....... ...........Sebastian......,.... .,. ..... llOlp 1111 0
mfrti, proprlated so. tar BUFFETSERVICE t Ola IS 40p ...... ......... en. Lu..I..eI........ ... 10 Up p|>i
I 1FKW\1: KALI WOHlTC9s Ing rouds. The northern counties hay :: illS. IS.Sp ....... .......... .Ft. Pierce......*.......... ... lOOlp935p 1190:31:
1'rMrau' Ntnwt IWw Top 225 miles of PARLORCARS 1189. ....... .. .... .......Tlbbal...................... al'
built on their own account SLEEPINGCAR BUFFET. 9se a I1Ip. ....... ....... ......Eden!: ....,................. 031P, 10nO w' M t ;:
Sailings .
road. A request will be made to the .rri-'V ccldy : PARLOR t 40 a : .,....."...... Jensen )...,.... ..... .. 18..p 10 tSa 1)
Increase the annual at. SLEEPING 1611. e30p ......''''''':'''''''.Stuart..............,........ 811 ,. 10Uhaa: !
legislature to 8'aa Oetl, ........... ... Hobo Sound .. ... .... :ta
propHatlon to $300,000 from $250. h Free and i Budd that In no way BETWEEN 4 MaMa flOp ..;..........West Palm .Beach............... 92s.
Supervisor say ? .. ...................$ yntoa..r........ .... .... lllSCUKZHTLES 1l10a.i I
Accented Mason: can the government add so rapidly to S. C. both ways) : 6 .US a It Up .... .. ......... .. ... Del ....,:. .......... \ 811O. "'
of the nation as by trot Calling at Charleston, BUFFET e Ola t OS p ...,........ .Ft. Laude dale...... ;......... a 01 I'' 8 'II >>
: the prosperity e23a t21S ,p ........ ......... Itallandals.. .............", '... IS 331'' 74h t
tributing Its surplus to the macadamizIng in the Coastwise Servic e60a tt p..L monCIt, .............. ... S10P i Z
Indian No. 00 of the highways of the settled part. The Finest Steamships -700&- t lSn '. .,,....,,,,...,, Miami .. .,... ,. .. .. ... .,..IS cap" T1M1n 1raa

of the country. Southern Lines. : OF BRACTOH LINES
The Clyde New .England and I

River TltusvllliFlorida. drvenvrleli Tlmf by IVIrelea. :Direct Service Between SANFORD ANOH.. ORANUE gw1ca.

Lodge It In proposed 'to distribute\ Greet Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. hn.n No.- 12 1
till .Attnnt! STATIONS. I Dr4v PanylDal'lyl i i STATION. I aDal :.
Holds It* meetingthitiM..HMi t day of "oli mouth a their nxini Indian Klt"r. and >l".1lt >rrrtnpni II and to Europeafltles (Calling at; Charleston S. c., both ways) ........ Tltusvlll .........Ari 1 tO TMima >
Hotel Tltua'Ille, i at 113t1 0'1.,,," p. n,. BAILINGS I Tlea .......... .: ... .... .....Ar| 1 07 p 410p 10 10 a r Lv.VNV8nJ7l"Arh, fh
Carruthan, Wor.hl,11.,1', 111"Vlrpl.. .. t..1"r.A SEMIWEEKLY: .MmLewU Wharf l o to 9 PI a. f'v............Osteivi.. ...... .. Aril BJ a IS 16 p1 >talrr. Iiakelleien.Ariatlfl' I
'J. L ,. Henlor WsnUtn. Southbound., ,. Street Jaoksonvlll e .1>11. ........Enterprise... .... .. Aril no a 6It U 8laLv.i: | O'aiiBitClty.ArllJiiH!!
8.T. W H.,*Carroll" ,101' ,Junior Wardttn. Farmer Straightened Out. Northbound.. 110 a. ..,. .. 8,.nf .rlt . .. ..lr 11 00 al IS a0P 11 48" AI'. .01'.City Jo. .Lvlia Jo3! I

*J. M.IMxon, Tr aoiinr.r. "A man living on a farm near her 23 No. 1 !No.\ 17 N 2'08uaday
A, Morgan Secretary, complete!' Johns Rjver Line. Sunday L.118 Dilly MAYPORT BHANOH. I I I Lull 18 I ban, Inonly.
"?' 14. F. Brown Chaplain' came in a short ago banded Clyde only. ex.Sun !y. Only. DIll
D.tuuoa rheurnailsm. I
J. R. Walker Senior doubled up with
j P. W. R.horta.1"11'1' Deacon. him bottle of Chamberlain's Pali (Denary. line) ICOp 10OS. 8001' 88011 r..Jaekeon..l1Ie..Ar'':..,.... T 41 a 1230p
F. M. Tavlur. Senior Mteward.V. a and I If AND SAiJFORD. 1103 10J8.. S 08 p 888.. Lv.... .SoiJiok* nvlll..Lv........ 7 TaT lI lp f Ii
A.Loelry. Junior Steward Balm and told him to use it freely BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE '0" I04 a 401' 9 09a 'Lv........Pablo. Nerch..Lv ..,..,.. (> a llbut
M.Ic.EngllehTyler.; not satlhflod after using It he need not Pttlatka. Aitor Bt. Pranoln Hereafonl (UelAnd: l), and intermediate land- '51' 10609 451' 914aLv..AtlantloSeaclt.Lv .... .. 7 Ofla 1141)1) l III'
-_.-_.-.._----- .--. ---- pay a cent for It" nays C. P. Rnyder of BtoPIlnlt.t Inge uu the bt.Jolm'iiKivHr.. I OJ l' 11011.. 00)> 9 I U.. Ar....... Mayport .. .... LT ...... 6 45 a 11 80 a
Mills N Y.itA few days late "CITY OF" JACKSONVILLE.! .
STEAMER These Time\ T vbles show the tlm" at which tral,r y may be ox ...otM to arrive ant d,.
+ FOR BETTER ROADS. he walked Into the store as straight as iitrlng a 18 APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS: Tuesdays and TCimlujrLeave from the several. station but their rival or Departure. at th+times stated H not aannam::'
'+ and banded me a dollar Haying. Leave Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville a:Ml i". HunUuyn ,.) Fridayrtouthlmuud. nor doe the Company hold itself respvnalbla for any delay or any eonsoquenue arising>>
... .. ... MoidaysWednsulay.u .
give me another bottle of Cliamberlaln'i, 8anforUD.30a.ui.. .... .. .. Northbound. "om.
LABOR UNIONS AND AUTOMOBILE' I'aln Balms I want It In the house an 8C1IK1XJLK he.U. upLeave
MANUFACTURERS JOIN HfNDS.TbC the time for It cured me.'. For sale by; Reed.. 8 flown.80 pm.at; ... .... .... .. ...JAI-KWNVICLK. .\.... Leave 8.00! p.wi t.u I KEY WEST AND HAVANA.PENSULAR .
dealers. .,
and medicine 8.t
all i p. a.ao

.. of Prlaan Labor In DulldlnurPvblle Th. Nan' Henddreac. "" 4.30a.lu..BKRKaroilU!; (INLAND) .. "". lU.oon'i 9.30 a.n In: Effect April: IS, 1903.

Iitabwar.-A. Labor I.mdr Very few persons, Maya a French paper Arrlv." lO.OOam..80..m.... ...... .. ........ .ENTbUfUISB HAJJI- Rtl .. 10.00..10 SOUTH B 'UN-D. NORTH BOu'ND.

Plan For lhe Huiploymont of know the origin of the headdress Lvl\I&mI8.n..Th.r. ..... ... ... ... ..... 801. LvfavansMon.F1.i .. ,.. ., ,.... .,.. Ill!"
t Convlet In Thl Work. which wear and which Oen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Ar Key W..t8..Thllr..1) i'31. Ar K..y West :Mon., Fri.... .. ........; 1&,
I so many nuns L.Ke.W..t8un.1.Tl1ur..l S.) p LvKeyWeil TUPB., Sal..... ... .. 1110)
r The convention of American\ road- hide so much of their fat-en. It wan r. IRONMONGER, JR., A.M. Oen. !...a. At. 204 Went Hay St.Amt.,.Jacksonville. JaaluonvUlt Fla. ArHavanv Mon .1.1'1........ ..... ..._._.?._7 111A.r Miami Tues.. Bat........ ,.,,., ,... I U
for 'convents to Local Krt." Jacksonville. O. e. U(VKLU Anpt.
formerly the custom THOa.! D. HALEY Agt. ,
t maker which met In Detroit wan remarkable JOHN. U HOWARD Superintendent Foot RnganSe..Iaek.onvllieFla. For of tonal Time Card or otll.flnforDl.tlon address any AgentJ.
cities and New York
end nuns to the various Hen'l Kaafn Paaa.Agt. New York CLVOB M I .N IC, Hon. Tit. Agt.
In thie< respect that :Dir a. O. HAGKRTY t'4k.,0eneral' .
towns for the purpone of collecting THJBU. O. 1':0'1:1Gen.ral: : Manager WM. f UK.It Park, New York Agenta.CluMoOrougb D. RAHNER Aast. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, 'u.
Battery .
George Burn, the great tutor lender> old Hulldin, ID State St. Opposite
alms and as a rule two nuns one
and president of the Michigan Labor and the other young went to each C. WALTON.. Agent, Titusville, Fla. .

union advocated the use of prison place. They wore small caps and were -- --

labor either In building roads or In popularly known a* "Swallow o( E. C. JOHNSON e .

preparing material to be usoil for hardening Lent." SE.. ..B<>.. ..FitD ,
their BurfucvH. Up Is the drat On certain Ash Wednesday<< two' of

great labor lender to udvocuto this theiii siut-poded In obtaining\ admission AIRLINE RAILWAY. Groceries and Fresh Meats
to the klng'a/ palace In Paris, and. ,+.> I
course although} It lute been .uggtIItt.tIby (
though, the monarch and his courtiers es i
many speakers and writers on tale were at dinner they did not hesitate to (, of all kinds. 1

i '.' question during the put fen y'''11'.. Mr solicit alms. from them. One of the FOB--- ,

Burns sees Hint It would be clenrly In nuns--was very pretty and the young SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND in Season. "

1 the interest of such prison labor and nobles\ who were feasting cast such WASniNOTON BALTIMORE, PBILADELPHIA NEW: YORK, Fruits and Vegetables
also In the Inttu-oHt of fi' '"> labor to bold glances at ht'r that she blushed Mall Oiders Receive Prompt Attention

have the /grout urniy of 1 prlHonerH now with shame, whereupon the king rosa .
U In tile Julia In the various. states who from the table and taking his napkin .. Two Elegant Trains Dally cocoa. rL11. .;

are doing no ga.d'for themselves and folded It In two and placed It on her Seaboard Mail. -

adding nothing to the common wealth head In such a manner that It con. Seaboard. Express, "
applied to the road, piopoHltlou In lowe coaled her blushes. Ever since that MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. IF YOU WANT A...

form or other.Many day tt Is said this kind of headdress
people object to a suggestion has been worn by nuns ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New'Orleans. .

'of this kind because they say that the Lot
use of such labor for such a purpose a..._..,.'. Good R..... For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent .Building
has two kinds of roads ..
Inlluence Germany
would have a contaminating Seaboard, or writeA.
In the community where the work 1* i state and county. The former cost ..
done. Hut to avoid such a result Mr.Hums $10,000 a mile to construct and have an O. MACDONELL, AMt. Gen. IMss Aet. S. O. DOYLSTON, I'IXHH. Agt. or a lot With a BUILDING; READY FOR OCCUPANCY

allowed that this labor could be average width of twenty-three feet JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE .

applied In the preparation of material They vary from eighteen to sixty feet -.----.---- .-- .-. TRUCK GARD1V'e \
either brick or broken 011", where the Each mile nud a half Is looked after --- -- PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or

K' prisoners could be worked In Inclo- \by one man. who with a wagon and \ probably have for sale Just what you .are seeking. J

mires as they now are. The products' horse, earns from (125 to $200 a Atlantic Coast Line e' R'y. Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If rOd: '
no produced would.not come contact It'ur. devoting six hours a day to tb
with free labor us the articles general work. An overseer baa charge pf flftj looking this way drop a line to

ly produced by such\ labor do. Consequently miles and la pnld $-100 to $:}OO a year, 3rd Vice.Preaident

1 by this Coarse you avoid competition liucit' county has an Inspector who re- The Great Through Car Line from Florida. JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,

with the manufacturer whooffers wives $700 to $1OOO per annum. About FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
for sale the manufactured article $240 a mile Is allowed for yearly expenses TO Til 12 EAST. FL

c, or competition with the free laborer for repairs. County road cost )ver Its ,own rails. to Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Wellington thence RT. ATJGTTSTINF.

who works to produce these articles, $3,000: a mile and repairs about $GIS arear. via the Pennsylvania Kallruuil.1 .--- -.- -

and at the sumo time the prisoner la A* much regard is given to the
receiving more useful Instruction bav maintenance of roads as to the building TO THE WEST.

, ins more healthful exercise and addinggreatly of them. The Louisville.A Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R.' SOUTHERN RAILWAY.

In the course ofyears to tho
common wealth. If Mr. Hums' Idea
which Is undoubtedly a sound anti Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York PhihkdeltlhU" Bos .
wholesome should bo adopted by ton. Via Norfolk Steamer New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah t' InConnectlon with Florida East Coast Railway Effective ."'nuary J.I.l103.No. !
SHYLOCK and Merchants' and MIner Transporttalon Company fur Haiti-
the labor unions of this country generally more and Philadelphia. 31il No.7J2: No.341BET'WEEYJACKSUNVI' : LaANUNEWYUHK1Nn.291an.31r'; I 1 ,

It would bring to the road cause 1 1 M 12" :tU", S 46 a W .ek.omvili k la. ..tk>Uth..rn Railway..Ar 9 wa AIP T 1126sI :
great aid. : / t 211 P / U alp i L" Savannahlia. .. ..southern ...lIw.y. .Ar 5 III a 10 101 I I
TO KEV WEST AND HAVANA. ....Lv D .Ol' / 20..
meeting of the automobilemanutactul'l. liMa /Ilaa": 9 p: 1)> I Ar Charlotte' N O. Southern Raaway
c'' The great .... of America held In Chicago Via Peninsular A Occidental 8'eamshlp Company. 8lAp: I I IBM aLAr It ahmnud. Vs.. ... Bout ern !Ia.lwa)" Lv I 112 top I B:1p8I ( IIIan. -
in laa TC.a AI' \V..hlnJlCon.JJ.c.. ..SouthernRailwa.Lv, 10ata
soon after tills Detroit'Onvtmtlon Shylock was the man who Jacksonville forall Points 113111' 11 I Ilia 1l00a ArH..ltlmore.Md. .........n.y..nl..y.. .. J,,[ / e1/2a 6T1Pt 8
developed the tact that all of the automobile Connection Made I our 13ep II 12126 Arl'hlalei. phiah1.Ya .J.enn..ylv.nIIlR..L" S 563. UePleNo.
wanted of human I13a 41ap I44pAr I .w York .... "noylvanilin.y. Lv 1215a
a pound T
I manufacturers; of America aN leaves
MILKAUE' ; TICIU TS. .. 81 and 3'.I-"TheSollthern l'alR Limited "arrl.".. daily except Mond..va;
heartily In favor of some general plan flesh. There are e.p' 8I1ndIlY.. X.... aa and 84-"New York anil Flnrllla Dally Dining Care.Now.29an.i10"w'a.hingtonaniFluridaLimlted. .
of road building that shall be applicable many Interchangeable mileage tlokets good over 13,000( mile. of among; the prlncl- : ." J.lally. -X'

1 to all the states In the Union li.- Shylocks now the convalescent pat railroads the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents./ l'hn.' .ft I N'o. 1.11 I 14.tw""n annvllleand the North am ] Went I *a- 11f/ ia
reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L,, or write, 1I:11.a: 7 1 45 p Lv Jarkmmvllle, Fla I .southern Railway. .. .... Ar. tl 00 : 1 aa
lug unanimous In tble"Iew., they the consumptive the asp 8 1)0) a Ar Macoutia .... .. .. .. .. flout! era Railway. . ..Lv'. 1 In
adopted a resolution Indorsing the pas- PRANK: O. BOYL8TON. Commercial ARt. XV. D. STARK Tray Pass. Agt. lop 5 MaB ArAtUnta.ArCbattsnoi. .. ... ... ..... .... .. Southern 11.>1I..y. .. ... .Lv III /6n. pliO'"
of the Urownlow bill which provides child the pale 138 West Bay St., Astor Building .J JACKSONVILLE FLA. 10 1 45 I' 46 a >),ra, Tenn .. .. ..... southern Hallway .. ... .Lvtfueoo Si3.:;: l
age sickly young .. ... Lv :
Manager. W. J. CRAIU Oen'l. Pans. Agent. balls. 1:1p. _. AtUlnemn.tlOhio.... ,. ...,. &: Cresoent .
for system of national state all want human: flesh I. St. EMERSON, Traffic WILMINGTON N. C. -8 181)-:-" --a -9 35p- Lv Cincinnati; .. .... .. ..... .. HIK Four.. ..... .... .. ..ArKIK Tina I //I eo
and local co-operation in the permanent woman S 3O..p .!.10 |,Ar C-iiioago.. 111' ..... .. .. ... Four.fennsylvanb.... .... ........ Lv 6 311 P 4'
-: ,. . .. 9 iO | .. .. ... . ..J.r
Improvement of the public high- and they can get it takeScott's --- - ----- ---- -- -- a 835li Lv t'Inunnat Ohio. .. Linea : r.1..IIO It
evident from the logic S3Up!.. 78na lArChlcajnlll.; ...... . I'ennoylvaula. Lines. ArC !
f, ways. It Is very Emulsion. fan .. 'iiaLvlnclnnnt[ Ohio .. .. .... ... II I).-Monon. ... .. .. ..*' 740anti
of event that the time Is rapidly approaching 5 S 56o 723! a Ar ('hl""ll'o.lI. .. . ..... C H l)-Monon.. .. .... .."Lv 0.00! ,.
ll when the friends of the good Scott's Emulsion is flesh -'-211.IIIp .v > Inalnnatl, Ohio .... .._... C t' I Mlchliran t entral AT a as." p.1,
roads cause will be able to unite many ; :IIlIp 8 10 a [A r Toledo, Ohio .. .. .. .. .. OH -Jltlcbh".nC.nual Lv 11 'i;
the plan of and muscle.I 3 ..4.:Yu J> T.8,> Arn."rolt.M'oh... . .. ... .C H Jte o-Mlcbl Central "I'F! (::: )
favor of general and blood bone
forced In Iaia .. ..Ar]
1 I*a T rl table dragon of Ill-health : 8 nop l.v ('Inclnll.tll."bl... ... ..... PennavlvanlsLines. i pl'-
road Improvement that have hitherto more pbysIcal wrecks than probably Itlos.eslnltdlyth .64Bp. 5 Maa Ar Pltialmrir, Pa .. ... 1'ennayhan/aWt.es.. ... .. L. ". i
been either Indifferent or hostile feeds the nerves, strengthens or prw u ilsr to Amerleanav any other one dla ,130, -a- :inp- t.v (,Cincinnati Ohio . :... 1.. Hlii .-, .. trtJ. 'A' a 12 1

The labor lenders generally havebeen the digestive !: and they of the mallad yo ay Beni 5 asualty !..t.JO..JIII) _a Cleveland.. Ohio. .. .. .. ... J411C Four... ..... .... .. 311 P \to I *
thaJdea of applying the organs sUouxYulp'wlti' [ 130. 531.1' Lv t tnRio, y' .:.., .. .... Houthern Hallway.. .. .. ., ArBonthern in 411 a *
.hostile to \ quinine.or114tdwdlyminerai-otlomel .. ..... L. 14/1a ;
.0311. Slip Artemiseille.Ky.. .. .... .. .. FailwaT
prison labor to this work but now one feed the while body. .._ r.t0.esy Dots t either.Do It. TiV I|*. Dar *.rouau It tan { Wall ..TXI\ _a Ar SI Louis, JIG.... ...._. . 1Mnthernltallway.... .... ... Lv 10 4P_ _1-!. :
o'f the most progressive leaders of organized a ponitivuly uarante .. a 80 I' Lv Lex.,-InfrtnQ, ty . .... .... Southern Railwaylenn .. .. .. ..f* IB 4\ a
labor has come forward and For nearly thirty yearsScott's HERBYNE .. .: ..I 8 :Mp Ari.mlevllle.Ky... .. .. .. .. ... .ylvanla I.lnra. ... .. .. -v 7ea73.a
.... ArChirako.ill., .. ... IeniuylvanlaWnee. .. .L"._tlpaAall -
the most hearty und intelligent Emulsion has been the ; ;:: l st
indorsed :
brauvaaraadsauassn.yores 'ne.a ano 1 0- "(' apm-lal"'arrives i)[
a y term of akisrh,, "Chicago Mn. Float a dally ekce
way the Idea of applying this la Imily I.rIt, 11a all tiro.hM..w rf ee1.La.n h ..nnnavr .. Dining! cars No. 13 and 14......"Th Florl.la Limited" ilall' Dlningetrs.| .'\
great giver of human; tlcsh. earnrti.dmhm.l it.nM.e, .. kklu.y of tbeir and d.adly.rota.e.. oca tr wble.It. r<>.3 i. .Tbortittli: 1 ando the Bky Xn.2| No.6| IJI.ltet.: aa'viile. R K CiL- N: 1:,
community 500p.tbottle, I iA.5pIr! : .. W22ii! .mvirrgo.. "Ar,, ; *' ''f;I
) AUDrurelap. ; "" jvllle.fio. R)' .Ar T2 1411.i,fvack-f gy ""
that this shall. be We will send you a couple of Is'aLvSavannah .So.Rr..Ar B 1IUI _.p oi* ArMaoon.... ....g SJ-'K iSnri.l'\ \ '
In order however, 1 imp Ar Anlierllla .'. ..Po. Rf J." 400pi SlOp 520ai A r Atlanta .. .. ..S4** i : ,
mode .possible the road building authorities ounces free. TTpATHntMlnMngaiM.Rr.Lv126ta.. | Basalt/ 4fa Ar Blnulnth.m. .ao.RY iof6ia
in the various states andconntics a'ArCincinnati. ..Q&C..Ly: 80C1p.I< ., a imp Arlll.mpbl..1"TiIlCO..... L" G"-.
SCOTT & BOVVNE. Chemist T 4>>a Ar K.n."Clty..FrI.
must b& provided with noces 40U-.. Pearl Str".jt. New York :Ii....13 aDd "-""The Florida Umlu.1." D.iT. Unlng oars. ,
funds In order to obtain propel! D. It. WI i.SON SON. (. f'
spry machinery engineering: skill and ex :joe. awl|,.s.1 all JrutfgUla. II. P. CAKV Olat. Pass. Agt., 1O8 W. Day $Jacksonville!


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= EAST!: COAST ADVOCATE, MAY 22. 1903. 1 F

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: : R=VER I-30TRLt: ': : .,.... Ormakl of M..__ DI..o..... ;

X Oue or the Asrloe Cl....

Mail Delivery Service to Bt Harvard's astronomical authorities I.Hotel Marlborough .

T1TUSVILLE, announce the discovery of a new star ,
Doubled This Year.OABBIEBS .
J-LOKIDA. recently found by Mme. Ceruskl of
Moscow, says a llostou special to the Broadway :.Wh and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. .

New York Tluiex. The now star be- 400 Room 200: bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con

J. M. BA8T Propneto PRAISED BY OFFIOIALBEmployee. longs to 11 class known ns the Agloe. ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed/ under the personal .r

val'. _thiit K it 1 Is partially bright supervision of the owner. j'
-. la the New D.pnrtsenl E. S. CROWELL, Manager: /
but occasionally Is
: partially eclipsedby
/ It DUCK SHOOTING. They Contend Prove to Be Eflleleai;. an Intervening star. I 1'-!

( and FISHING< and T..two..b-Tb. Whole Ser-r This discovery Is due to the recent U

tee Now Cover Over 900,000 S..a.re gift of Andrew Carnegie which enabled Hotel Vendome Broadway and 41st Street, Ni;,
< Rates $2: 50
> :
per day.
... exhaustive study of the photo- XKW YORK CITY.FIUEPKOOK. "
$10 and $12: per weel graphic plates In possession of the astronomers ,
Congress fl2,5OO,00for ; ( () .If
and out of 25O or 300 covering :tOO rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and tone 1

JACJiSONVJLLI: ;:. the rural delivery service durin the reglou In question thirty rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms tl.I\U(); large/ rooms $.>; and with
the next fiscal year, beginning July; plates have been found to contain impressions
private bath t.6n:! < per day and upwards. The management Is under the personal
1, and the department will fatalUs of the new star.
supervision of the owner. FRANK ORUEN, Manager
INDSOU HOTEL . 15,000 new routes on the money guy Moscow authorities have succeededin {:
..___ __ __ __ .
William E. Curtis the Chicago ResordIIeralda obtaining only eight photographs of I
the star. I'
].AKUh.Sl'; AND REST:: YEvU-KOUNl HOTEL. Washington correspondent <>JE1t. S.A..LE
Ou the 15th of March' there were TO CURE A COLD IN OMB DAY

14,005 routes already in operation at Take Laxative Cromo QuinineTablets.. ___ h __ __. ____ _____

by the 1st of July this number wll All druggists refund the money if It falls Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10
be Increased by the natural growth 01 to cure. E W. Grove's signature Is on

the service to 13,000 routes Thus It Is each ,box. 2";>cls. Acres of Land. .f

expected by the end of the next flsco .
A Friend of Ihe BI.....
year, 'which will be June 30, 15X)4.) to<
The Dilution society Is rejoicing In
have 30.00O rural carriers in motion .
the energy of Mrs. Julius L. Brown of
and 15,000OOO:: people living outside ot
has secured
Atlanta, Ua who. unaided
towns and cities! will have their letter :;
fr v pledges from over 2.00O Georgia women
V and delivered dally at r: .
that in future they will use on their
their doors. \,
hats no wings or other plumage of wild
The ottlclals of the postofflce depart
birds the l't'w"orlt Commercial
says I ,
went boast frequently concerning/ the
Advertiser Twenty-five hundred schoolchildren
character and elllcleucy\ of the greu
.. 1mvo through her Influence/
of curriers employed the rural
r army
subscribed to n pledge not to harm wild rI
delivery service who they contend I
birds or rob their nests. "
are the true typical citizens of th 'S''MIhfgtle I
American( republic, the backbone ot YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AKK TAKING

the nation and all that sort of thing When you take drove's Tasteless Chill ., j

and have exhibited remarkable Intel Tonlo because the formula is plainly ;+ t'1r ,. ,MJ? 41e1,11, r >

UKCIICC, capacity and fidelity, perform printed on every bottle showing that It Is t

DGE .1 CULT.EN. OWNERS, AND PROPRIETORS Ing their duties under the most trying/ slmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless

-._-.--- -'.. --. circumstances especially' during the fo.'m. No Cllle, No pay. t'Octs.Tree I."I I.I I
present season of the year, when the } r'toi.e a

weather is cold and stormy the road. !curet *. I
Among frees favored for street '
planting ;
OVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE. KLA are rough and muddy and often are the Amci-U'nn null I':EuropeanUndent kii1c '
blocked with snowdrift The post I ,
*. Poptilus ImNiimltViii 1 and LlrluJeiulroi ,
otllce officials declare\ that the smut
the tut' I I"j
tullplVni. raw growing
close of men could not have been ob
where no other ties'" will exist; the "j
tallied In any other country on such
Opposite( postofnVe. Centrally located riioioughly. rep. hl'flanII'e- short notice because the rural dt'llverylI'r'I'e sweet goat the pin' nnk nnd. the willow Juontct at 8ARNO, throe quators of mile' south of FAU OALI.IE, FLORIDA -
I4 I4and
leaved oak \\hlili 'II't h. most -
In n new thing and has spread syminetrlcul on the Kim; Onlllu River, less tlntn half n mile' from the Indian( ulcer, and two I fj I

Dov. tecl., Vely furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. .. over the country with such enormous "but art not KIOWCI-S HO picturesque of the (>In lilt the family first a half miles from the Ocean Tie property Is two hundred miles south of t'

rapidity that not more than fifty men with the Rallioad adJoining "
few years of their life as some other Jacksonville, on the Flol'ltllE"l4t Toast Railway Station I
Rtes2.: !tll"r) day and up. In that brunch of the postal depart ," '
rurletles of t.sIlow's, the propeity.! lliilldlngs erected In 181HJ, aud.nmetl I of them Have neverbeen
have bad the benefit of the experience _
occupied the original owner having died a few months after their completion. I IJ

B. W. ::M'ERKY Propiletor. of two or three years. ol Till Ii'll The hotel was opened for about two months pi lor, to the owner's death and
of force
During the lust year out a We offer one hundred dollars reward
14,005 curriers only thirty-seven were for any case of catarrh that cannot be has not been used since All the buildings wets erected In the most substantial "

removed and of this number only six cured by Hull's Catarrh Cure.F. manner and nee now In excellent condition 'I'he hotel andcottiiges| are completely ,

ESTMORELAND HOTEL 1Yn.t '"yand Cl'd.lr Sri' were guilty of criminal violation of the J. (Cbenoey Co., props Toledo, furnished, and very little of the furniture has ever been mod There are two :

JACK.OSVILLE: ( postal laws and regulations. The total O. We the undersigned, have known K artesian wells twenty cisterns connected with mwer;eto.
and believe
for the last l.'i f
separations from the service were lens J. Cbenney him honorable years In all business The property cost the original, owner .1*,Oc) ) and will be sold at sacrifice..
American plan Centrally Incited. Just built and perfectly I
cent of the force,
open. than one-half of 1
transactions and financially able to The above cut fairly represents the property

ed this Reanon. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water a record which excels that of any oth- carry out any obligations made by their For particulars apply )o or address, ,

er branch of the postal I service. The firm. West & Trunx, Wholesale DrugZlats ERA F. HATCH. I). L. UAU.I)]<:N, WM. A. WAn OCJ', '
Baths: Elevator eto. Five minutes from any wharf, or depot. All city carriers have always stood very Toledo O, Waldlag, Klnnnn A Caretaker on emisos. Attorney for Owner Agent for Owner '

high for honesty and efficiency and Marvin, Wholsale Druggists/ / Toledo O. Eau Oallle Ploilda. lltUHVllle, FU. Janialcn.lN" Y. I "
street cars past the door. Kates, $2.00 to $2.0; day. internally
per during the lust year only 157> out of a Hall's Catarrh: Curo Is taken -
Mrs. A.'J. WALKER total of 17,785 were removed for cause. acting directly upon the blood and ---
Proprietor. were removed for mucous surfaces of tbe system.. Price, OFFICE"All ': !
Of Intoxication these forty-eight and the remainder for violations 7.1o per biutlo Sold by all DrujtgIRI" THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING .
Testimonials free.
IAIUnI'ZL'; ; : :. of the laws and regulations; Hall's Family Pills are the best.. kinds of Commercial Stationery: printed. at the ahnv office, i'l

--- --- eight resigned, from physical dNablll- .
ties 231 for other reasons and the I-,

death roll numbered 132.: I

he Clarendon Inn \BREK7.E, M Since the Introduction of the classified !- I I'l'

system there has been a notable l'
4 4r
Improvement in the character and behavior '

OPEN THROUGHOUT[ TIlE YE.H.FIclnjt of the runil delivery carriers.In .

1803-04 the removals for cause 1 '

the Sot I'n''elyelllo.lul' d. l'oflll'lllgllO.1> and under new manage amounted to 4 per cent of the entire .

nieut Best Northern bervioe. Special I niton hy the week and for the season. forte. The following year they were 3
per cent. In 1S1\ M)7 they dropped to v
flarendon Inn tin sen meet all trains a' I U tvtona: Station. Address the Claien 1.00 per cent nnd In 10O2 they were \

don Inn, Seabieeze. Florid i. .. E. [.. TOTTER Prop. only eight-tenths of 1 per cent, notwithstanding 1
a large Increase !In the numerical A NEW INVENTION.
c. II. KS I'PE. Mar strength of the force. In 11K12) ) there

I ____ __ were twenty-one less, removals from ,

JEXSBY. the service than during 1001) although ,

1,4OO green men were added 'to the Recently Patented all Over the Yforld. 1 '

L FRESCO HOTEL JE'I'-5ES.: FLA. rolls.From the .beginning of the rural delivery -
Center of'Inenpplellult.' had
( service the department bus
LJIr UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.: [ ttl little trouble In securing suitable carriers -

The prettiest location on Indian River. Large/ beautiful, giounds.! Near although the salary Is verysmall.All The Walton. .

the Ocean Floe ,Plshlnir and Hnntlnz.! Te, DIll reasonable. Letters and carriers lire now selected by com'petltlve 1

Telograins reserving moats will luueive nomi'r| ""'..nll .n. examination and the applications M

JOHN[ M. PAI.K, O"n"I'lIn(1 i Piopiietor. average four for each route. In Self-Locking Tackle Block.
a number of cases more than thirty:

applications have!' been //lh',!. At n special --
WIST PALM UBACII a AItVBItSI':, L. i. examination recently conducted at 1
---- candidates up.pear Miiilc In vnrlniiit shapes. and sizes. ;; of
Austin. Tex., thirty-two
WOOD I IliOV: and l IlKOX/K.: Will\
of them passed ,
d, and every one
OTEL LaGRANGE LaGrange Columbia Hotel. with high marks. They all bore certificates woik egaally, \ well with rope, clinlii or

of good character and answeredall wire rope.

Fronting Lake Worth Direct Ocean Front and Park Avenue.AKVERNK the requirements, hence the board i Will work' at, nny hcltflit. u(>.l
I.Now was embarrassed and could only recommend \ at nny angle, and I will\
WEST PALM UB.K-II, FLA. the appointment of the applicant stop and lock a any paint

Open for Guests. Grand Opening on Decoration Day. who received the highest rating Invaluable for' every kind of business

> for scholarship.The / wliein a block Is needed' frequently saving
'I. Oeo C. LaGrange, Manager, Mrs. Geo. C. LaGrange, Manager. rural delivery service with 14.
more than 300.- the labor of one mAn or moie.Notion" .
005; routes, now covers
000 miles, or nearly one-third of like It for liaoKlnxor stretchIng -
ASIIETVILLi: N. C. square ?eY w f 1
the available territory of tbe United 1 when.
Stab':s, It will require the employment '; R I ;i 'III,i Address all coriimunloatlonN to the
of 27,000( ) carriers In addition to those

HE OAKS HOTEL .ASHEVILLE[ OX CAR N. C.LINE.H now In the through service the to entire complete country the extension at '.ti ji'' ; Il ll.l i'H' :i \Walton Self-Locking Block Co, : ,

an annual cost of about 24.0OOOUO. I (Incorporated.) I

I ,00 to >$r:;,0' per week. *-'00 to $2.50; per day. ft.me.. P.I hl; '. [ d"1 h ';' Office and I Wardroom, 401 4 I'l' l I ILh q y, I::tI' t

"Here In America," said a Philadelphia .. t I l'' aal I l Near Rowe's( Whatf, EUvated Htatlon.'I
I 80 Steam and Hot.Water Heated Room. artist who has traveled extensively R 14 f. t i hie :

"we cull a boy Johnnie If we don't ... fI I t, p BOSTON l\IAHS. 1 .
II Select Tourist Patronage. Rooms open for engagement. know whit his name Is. It* curious to -- .'I
r P I i Ile a i Sample Blocks can be seen al the An- d '
_ Uoooklets. WM. L. McCOY, Proprietor. note the variations of this CUll tOlD. In r 'VOCATK office Tltusvllle. .
the far' west the name Is shortened to

SIICLTKK---:--- ----ISLAND- --- -, 01T-- LONG ISLANI>, X Y Jack Indiscriminately.an.Ilt Is applied On the to any other stranger hand The following, out"of buudreds, are a sample of the testimonials received by the Walton Helf-LockIng Block\ Co0t : .. .

Hlackntone Htrart, fnatim,Jan II 1003:

we always call a Cblnnman I John: W"'LTO!( 5S.Ff.'WKNfl FLOCK!m\nrtnl'a Cn". I..n bnnmit '11.1 worklnicnf vonr Milf-ltx. ,klriK cnrkl I>I.N.k.,whl l..b WIt n'*:ilnAil. fromvon. '
I'arts. was report
in ,
When 1 was studying ornrirMKSVon: tn | frntrryVno l. .ttl l< *..rlriic rroin itne flout to.*itr...to.We :
I anhanset have OMd d'rTrrrnt k ala of blot'ka in oo our vat teak Md.tlnRart' :1
f Wonhl..y we
House and Cottages. Impressed by the fact that to tbe Parisian the Walton Self Ixirklnic tilocka a fruity f, teat,and nnd tt..tn the inont fnllahl.and lw l hltNIt..I this kind we bar ever luied.It .
every: foreigner" either Jack or la have. Brest given Invmill'in and we are glut' 11'11'1.( ( yon thm r... ......,.and.. more than plmweil to know that >l Iwt we h..". found wbt we b.". for yo,. ,
... j !
Jacques according to the pronunciation been bunting for \aa can Ibis notice in any way y iil. Yours very truly, J. .oIlSCAY.'Ii'; CO.

SHELTER ISLAND, OFF LONG I ISLAND, N. Y. of tbe native who uses the term. '\I InrIITL& t
winter in Havana, whereI W"'L""IIPIr-.nrKJlIO'U""WK ('0 i
WILL OPEN JUNE 1WU.: I spent one the > 55: .-A boat two wwk nga I ford 'il from yon a pair of 9 In. Mlf'locklnK tackle blnrka with .4 reel of rope, and you allied. m.at e
MOTH apply
: tbe Cubans :
found that .
I the tl", la r.l.wt to the company It I found ttutn at liifaotory. I t
Two and York via Long Island R. R. Healthfully name Charlie to all American and I am glad to say I am very much prea..d' l wit h !!->m and and the blocks. Jtiat right all th. time an I In every place. Tty are certainly what every
hours from New ,
one-quarter IS-hole golf links. In Mexico If a m.D' nan "....lit. who has any naa for blxcki,an they .... time, and I. ..... HUOKM. .la youn. r. P ROWISI.I. t
beautiful ,
scenery. truly
New York situated Yacht on Magnificent Club atatlon.bay,No amid malaria. No mosquitoes. Pure water. name Is not known be It called Pedro. l>eal.r In Grain and Hnllilcn' MIIIIIM. Newport,1*. U. ';i $

state I have noticed "
In our own southern "
Dry atmosphere. Drives and groves, boating, bathing, fishing.with baths dancioK, etc. that the colored waiter In the' H Atm Orrrt.graaW.anr-Laratao.Ftrtf-n parebaiwd('0.,at Boston you a, >MM*t of.Ala Inch.. loeklnar tarkle. blncka with rope to It r.by. Int. and have.. .'I""a tk..m a fair" tat and 1',
beautiful mnslo h.n. electric Hghti, Otis elevators suites hotel are Invariably called George. I am well pinned with the working of tb. bloeka. In many ease boxm and l barrel' can be Mally' bandlol without s .. .to) They. 0CI.-.quene1r ;t''' .,
... w..IJhte..fel and nnlrklv I In nay ttore.Kowt
have eaed for baadllna baayy
we I or aem
They ar..np.rtor to anything
For term and Illustrated pamphlet address, think It weald be Interesting know a" .us DIOD" wiiABr YROYrnlrNrIIPANT'. :' I
'* W. T KwwurTr.awr.rlta.tett.
&OBZRT MURRAY Manager Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Fla. bow these custom. orfat J



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EAST COAST:>> ADVOCATE MAY 22, 1903. -. --_ -

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I -
ccIl sr of the U. 8. Department r A A
adjourned term of Circuit Court General Summary week und- (Incorporated,)
for the
MLVKHbMITHS convened on Tuesday, with Judge M. S. of Agriculture CAPITAL t25,000.00.
Jones presiding, and J. D. lieggs Prose ing May 18, 100U: .
cooler averaj
41 West Day tleet.r ouUnAttol'uey.. The week waa This company owns
r / and damaging rains, particularly -
with frequent
JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDA. It was' necessary to summons. twenty- north and northeast Ior- :c s.
r :: five more jurors from the body of the over L .. ,
4\ Largest stock In this section of country. county on account of tile killing of H. tlons. Low lands were flooded and cropll other-] On the I St,
were washed up or In the Indian River
in cases,
P Established In 1808.( Carpenter, at Lotus, by John Cook. many
The Orand Jury failed to find a true wise seriously damaged.: The copious Lucie River; at New River and on IBlscayne. Go9DAS
catalogue.JTHETANHEUSER anti cen.
: Send for deHcilptlve Cook and he will\ therefore rains did much good in western
bill against 5
first tral portions Late planted corn and.mt.- \ Prices to suit the times. 1
Cook Is
be dUcharKod. This man, and
the widow ton are coming up to Rood; stands, Land List. $
BUSCH. cousin to Mrs. Carpenter, forward Send for 50 flOf
,. second cousinto the early planted are pushing/
t the man killed and he la
showers would and Miami, Fla
More frequent Offices at Titusville
!Mrs. Ramsey who resides a short distance nicely.
Asso's.i from the Carpenters. Carpenter prove beneficial over portions of the 111" tlAf'\t.\
Y Brewing .
f. was killed In Mr. Kaimey's house. It lands of the Southern district Tobacco tho 115

i appears that Carpenter went to Ramsey'shouse In Gadsden county advanced during East Coast'Meat Mark
8t. Louis Keg and Hot- with the Intention killing Cook week, although precipitation was sorr
I Cook In aelf defense shot lalm.'Vhneslles what excessive. There has been too fOWOI1tr1.
tied Huer. and that .
that Carpenter had a knife much rain for melons and cantaloupe a. F. DUREN, Agent.. .
Bold by Mennri. r.A. Lnnlny and In band say when lie entered Ramsey's although the condition of the crops l -OOrf

R. L. :Motlow TltunvlllB.Klu. bouse.hip not so bad but what\ a marked weather.(Improi CItrus c::> For sale by J. R'. Walker & Co. Titusvilie.
favorable .
By Mr. R.U Motlnw,Cocoa,Fla. State of Florida vs Letter and James mont will follow Creatly -- : :
and pineapples were rut -v
trees wa -
with larceny at
Ellis; who were charged -
ZAPF Melbourne. Their case was continued benefltted the heavy rains not extendli: : c::>
JOSEPH Large shipments of EBRAIN'Y' d<:, 3Rp
till next term of Court, and in the meantime to the fruit belt. -

they are left In the custody of their pineapples are going forward. s:>> sa.: : -DEALERS IN- ,
Continued showers greatly '

r Sole Agent. mother.State of Florida vs Isliman Sherman, benefltted Malabar-vegetation ; grapefruit dro I to- -- =a GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY ,AND ALL FOOD PRODOC

010 to 010Vest Bay Street who was charged with the murder of ping; setting potato vines; preparing ,
Sam Johnson at Fort Pierce, pleaded plant peas and beans.-J, F. Farley. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FKUTILlaJ
revived mutt ; -- In the above line of goods and solicit the trade ,ot all
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Judge Jones heard evidence as Eden-Rains crops very S' We deal exclusively COm
!to the grade of murder be committed, pineapples looking. much better.-F. I IKlchards. U. =::::a.. yn ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at vmn station.
Out has not yet sentenced' me prisoner. : E. L. BRADY & DUO. FLA.
i i. Do. x... MOTLOZ7V I). L. Gaulden and Judge A. D. I'enney Jensen-Shipping pineapples In car TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.IrYour -
er defended. Iota; citrus treealn tine condition; plont.yof

C'r't Tho cane of Marshal Carlton, who killed '- rain.-Mont Hardee. S W. CARROLL
t Andrew 1)II1, a Swede, at Fort Plerci Jupiter-Goou growing weather;torn .- ,
on March Kith: oamebefore Judge Jonel toes and some pineapples being snippet -Dealer In-
t. at two o'clock yesterday afternoon, and -II. I'. Haidin. yqralny
It Is still on as we go to press this (FrIday HBynton-Moderate rains greatly belted ] GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE!
and pineapple slips; cro ,
morning. The case will probabl, pineapples
) .
end today, and Court will then bo over will be shipped three weeks; t.omatosblpmentll Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your FLORIDA.Patronage Solicited
: for tills term. will noon cease.C.l'euca.ATTENTION. TITUSVILLE,

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" J. L.
Mobley .
Speaking of what a newspaper doe. As I have been requested bv the men.
'J for a community, United States Senate hers of the Grand Army In Tltusvlllu t to TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

David Davis, of Illinois mado an add red. assist In the celebtatlon of Memori, Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kalsominlng, Staining 'hll'llIog3'Paper
that remains to the memories with lilting ceremonies, 1 wOllld!
very green Day consistent
reasonable'price with
at the must ioud
laid : Invite all the Ex-Cnnfed Hanging, our
of newspaper men, lie : Jovery; most earnestly'
year e"erylooal paper gives from 600 to.OUO erate Veterans this vicinity to com manHhlp. Prompt attention given to all work.

free lines for the benefit ot the and unite with the citizens, ladles un ,. -- ----- -- -- --
S 1 Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, community In which It is located. No children to help decorate the graves/ or -- -

!r''',} Ales, Stout,. Etc. other agency can or will do this. The the snldlers-b')th Blue and Or ay. 1 I[ House Goes up in Smok INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
editor in proportion to his means doe would k.that the ladies would
Kp-Send me your order., more for his town' than any other man, such flowers as they may have to Spar' and you loose everything TITU8VILLE, FLA.

.. TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA and In all fairness: man with man, be for that day that there may be a,. profit' It is your own fault. Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-hacked or loose. Special attend

ought to be suppoited-not because you .lion, HO that by no accident should there Tiro ..Xn.su.ran.oo.lIutllclen. : : paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing lit inv motto
. I happen to like him or admire his writing, be an Insufficient quantity' If tlrev wi\ T.:T. WETMOHK, Piopiletor.
but because a local paper la the best investment send or bring them to" the poatotliceo to cover the I value of the pro] -
t community can make. It Saturday morning, May! :Orb! by 1 arty and household( effects should be eat- .. -- -- --

k Boarding. may not be crowded with great thought; ,, o'clock, they will be taken care of. It I I.. rled. Rates. are not high. The oompante. TITUS"V"Xx..LEJ:: XJ.L f i ELY ST.flL
but financially in of more benefit thai proposed to 'start for the cemetery nut we represent are solvent, reliable and lit-
FII+ both preacher and teacher Today editors later tban I U a. m. Ho that the belt tithe eral. Claims are promptly adjusted,
f: In Wont Palm !llencli. do mote for less pay than any mar' day will\ not be felt so much. Wag Don't neglect take out a policy, FEED AND SALE b nIt JI II'' SADDLE HORSE,

Desirable people who wish" a plenHixi on earth. Patronize your home paper,, ans will be on hand so all may ride who SCHUYLER & 3RANNING,

place to stop at while In West Palm Ex.not as a charity, but as an Investment. Feel loving disposed tribute to of Join laying In a the flower simple on bu th TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA ,..STABLES... "4 t BUGGIES

Beach, will\ find MINAKET CO rAOE, !grave of the departed in memory of the Correspondence Invited. BAGGAGE i. SURREYS,

on Olive street, between Evernia and A POET'S DESCENDANT. gnod: he may have done when he though. J

( Fern, just such a place. Nice, cloa t of no future reward. }o'. M. TAYI.OK Rupture Cured Free. TRANSFER, T' I and TURXOH'3

'v rooms, neatly furnished ; coin fortabi The lovers of Robert Burns in Florida Late Major 3id Ala. Vol. Inf .all kinili.
to learn that there Is a.dl HAULINGT ETC.
beds; good, wholesome food; VER' will\ be glad ,
lect'deMcendant of the !Scotch: poet 11thla
moderate prices, aie the rl'oommeno1lotlonl. country lie Is a clerk In a Chloit FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. The nice Method I* Unpurnllei J. M. OSBAN & BRO,

Only a limited number of room- go shipping office. lIe Is Robert IturnilintrhlnHon. In the Annuls Medical Success. TITUSVITT.EUack of Grand View hotel.- FLORID
accommodated. Table boar and his descent from thipool '
I be
ers can
Bill X .. 28U/ bv Mr. Dlmlck.
Is unquestioned. Ills mother, Ha- Senate < : '. -,
a specialty. of dent Col. A bill to he mnitlpil an act to gulitti' .1 Cheap Horn Cur.. that Anyone Can V*.
rah Horn wan a
t MRS.\ FRANK DARLINO' J,,". Jlmcnlrn, Hum!, the third Sun of: lie: ciitohluir of fish In the /bt.: Lncl" l'lver Without .-,1.., Hnagrr. or L.IIH 41 f Seeds For Summer
Went PAlm KeHch, Via. Robert limns and Jean Armour. Mr In the C'>nntle.. of Urevard and Dude' T.m from Work. Crops
I State of Florida to define the limit It
flu chanson will be 48 this year. lit
born at Cheltenham, Gloucester shirt fishing shall bft prohibited on MMit. IS SENT FUKi TO ALL.

E. Vescy Hull!, shire wise Kuulcnd: but crossed the water In. .provide Lucle river a penalty Inlet. by fur land the marks. violation, ,am.o Out of the chOHS of old time fallur. Millets, Sorghums, Soj.i Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chutes, Teiminte. fiiic
181)1 when he mairied Mini Mabel Burnaixl. for
hereof. This bill was also Introduced tomes H now und staitllnir cine nip Beggarweed, clean.
Their little daughter, Dorothea Wade II. JunuM. sure., DrV. rt. Rice, StJOJ N. Main St
Boat bllilder limns Ilntohinson, Is the next In the nto tho House by Mr. Vdams, X. Y., has Invented a muthoiMK. c<> ::IEA.S: :
straight line! from the poet. Senate Dill No 3J4, by, Mr. Sams. A -
Jill to be entitled an act to protect the Whlppc, Clays, Wonderful, Black, Unknown 1adyfingers. $U
food fishes In (he waters of the fresh wa Clean Blight Stock; Lowest Prices Conch Pea, 3.o.er; qt., Postpaid;

GEORGIANA, FLA. PINEAPPLE CULTIVATION.There ler rivers of thin State, over one bundled peck; $4.25 bushel.
nllos In length, In the lakes connecter] Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Too. Fertilizers|
l I build a special launch hull\ :20 feet by; Is no art as old nor any occupation -
helrwllh, and In the streams tributary 1 ,irL L. CAMERON. Tne Seed Store,
0 fee tO Inches beam,steam bent white oak better for man, mentally, morally, the taking sale '
hereto and to regulate I ,
frame, cypress planking, copper fastened and physically, than horticulture; and or> offering; for sale thereof. jt; 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE

pine decks, bent combing, lookers un perhaps no Industry surer financially -. --
der Inside finished In varnlsl House Bill No. 478. by Mr. Gibbons of
all seats. than the cultivating of fruits and especially.
for$125.; Complete with it II. l'. engine, In the West Indies, that ofpineapples )uval A bill to be entitled an act t< !IGlVRN
all ready to run. Price, $325.: : \ irohlbit the catching of any food flab In Special Attention

Other! size built to ordor.Hodgson The (Ih..trecol'd of the pineapple Is an the State of Florida from sundown on r tCHAS.
Utuiday afternoon until sunilse MUll
account of Its discovery by Christopher
Columbus In 110.1: growing wild on the lay morning of every week and providIng -
for the violation of same. TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
Bros. a penalty
l Island of Guadeloupe. Since Its discovery

and especially in recent years, the Hardware Tinware Crockery] Glassware
pineapple has been much Improved b> HETTY GREEN ON DIVORCES. I ,
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA cultivation particularly in America and I.ANUI.,
Harness and Stoves.
especially Florida.Baltimore Sun IJu'ckly Cured After Suffering 18 Teir.
Marine Railway. Recently, Mrs. Green, the rich

General Merchants and Ship Chandlers e.t woman in the word, had a case, In hat cure without pain, danger, opera DBTOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
CHURCH NOTICES. fudgeMarian'soourtinBrooklyn.' Dur ion or an hour's Ions of time from the .

..Hpoclal Facilities.. Inlt the course i.f the proceedings Mrs liy's work. To avoid all questions ol
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repulrlnf Rev N. I. Di.\ Robert' will preach In the keen learned that It was divorce dt. > oubt he tend free to uvei y sufferer tree Jas. Pritchard c& Son
Tltusvllta Presbyterian church every and that thirty-six undefended
Yachts and Launches Sunday evening.at 7iO:: o'clock. Also at were to be triad. no earthly lesson why anyone, rich 01 Postofflce Box 212,

.Mention the AnvocvrB when.writing. Kookledge every Sunday<< morning. Divorce! day, they call I''?" she said nor, should nut avail themselves of this orida.
offer. As Instance of this Titusville:: F :
enerou nn -
Archdeacon It. F. Brown will hold divine Well, what can you eXl>ec'? These women ,
service Int., Paul's church Eden never learn to keep house. '1'heIAt > emarkable method, the cine of Charles
For Sale. sage, Morrison, Ills is a welcome piece
Lund 10 married and their sole ambition lilt" >
21th ( ::10
at ;
Tlbbnla, on Sunday May : a. ''
Also, \In St. Martin's church, Wave wear fine clothes bleach their hair, went f Intelligence.Mr. SALE
m. Lange is a well preserved old LAUNCHES AND HOUSEBOATS FOR
tirst-clas land :3 !lay ribbons and tine laces. Home Is thtmi geneman
land-Jensen at
17a! acres pineapple p. m.
place they want to think of. 7J years of age, and for eighteen
desirable front, on St. Luole river at a
Bam had a bad double rupture which no
write Poor things. They never get sense
bargain.. For reasonable terms Uriylng.Drayln ) Tbe' next thing the husbands go parad- reatment could cope with. After a short
'V. IV. LUCK!:,
Fla. ig: around, and then the trouble begins. se of the Rice method the left rupture Launch Juanita, 34x5 x2standing,
Ttbbals, hauling of alll I Inds promptly "Then they find! themselves In court ealed entirely and the right was almost 14 h. pi.. Buffalo Motor, speed 10 miles.
attended to. Meets all trains bus Tbat'slt.' (lit, I've lived around In botels lowed In a few weeks. To day he is as '
DO YOU WANT500IIUSTLINO\ HEAL ness promptly attended to. and I know what these women are. mind as a dollar, and his cure Is only Launch BiitUlo, 30xOx2, standing; top, 7

estate agents endeavoring todlspose ol W. 11. K.vOt-iHir, Titusvllle.I 'he young folk of today haven't inheritil ne of hundreds of similar cases teport1 h. p. buffalo Motor, speed 8 miles.

any property you may have for sale 01 common senHe." by those who use the Rico method Launch Rover, 20x6"' :x3: %, glass cabin
exchange If so, send full partloulsnof end for this free trial. Don't
>iulo County Lund for Sale. be backard. 0 h. Mlatnus Motor 7 miles.
what you have, to I.. R. Kenjamln,,, It will surprise you with Its woniful p. speed
Ilanoverton, O.CHANGE For sale: cheap, the northonwt quarterof DECORATION DAY. power to heal. And If you know liouae-boata, ll1tlU: and lOx.'JO.: Engines

southeast quarter of section, township F other ruptured people ask them to or hulls will be sold separately.
OF SCHEDULE. :33, south of range 41 e"stj close to May 30th being; Decoration Day the rite or write for them. Do not fall to Beach.
O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on lembers of the G. A. R. Invite the members rite at once; do so today Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm

In order to make coimea'lon at Orange St Lucia RIvor{;40 acres. of the U. C. V. and the citizens
City Junction with the Atlantic Coastline Also>, the northeast, quarterof northeast enerally: to unite with them in appro. -.. --- -- --

train Xo. 33, the trains operated on quarter of section 18, township 38, rlately celebrating the day.It .
the Oranga City branch of the Florida south of range 41 east; on south fork of Is planned to decorate the graves In Wool Wool. Well.Bred cigars.
Kast: .Coast Railway, known as N o..3 and St. Lucle River; 10 acres Apply( to cemetery, leaving Titusvllle not later
4, will\ run on the following schedule,, t'Jl4S., II. VALTON' than a. m. and returning to town by II t ,
commencing Monday, May, 1SHXI: Titusvllle, Fla. a. m. All of the citizens who desire to ---
: take part In this laudable work are re- OUR S-CENT BRANDS.
N.B.: I BTVriONH. | No. 4.I nested to meet! at the poctofflce at the
3 211 p 11I1 I '.v .. New Bmvrn.. Ar ''e no p in A Good I h"'Mtnellt. hour stated with abundance of
an .
4l.tpm'Ar.. .. Oranae4'Ity ,.I.v4IHp'U I Clear, White Wool 2Oc lb. SAN MATEO"Made ,
42epodAr: I OranKtt<'lly Juno ..t.v4atpm> The Walton Self-Locking Block Co., owers-and all go together to the cent Clear, Black Wool. . 17c lb.

Our readers will take note that the Doston, Just capitalized for 1100,()kK.0ii( ) e'ery- Bales Sacks.ft from the choicest Florida leaf.
( or
time-table as published our Oth page: ,, has a few more shares for sale bloc arj A Startling Test. I /1 I
Is Incorrect, so far as It refers td traloiNos. tM the share. Patents on this are Alligator Sklns.t.20 "SILK OPERA" 4
a 8 and 4 of the Orange City branch. secured all over the world, and at present To save a life', Dr. T. (i. Merrltt. ofIio. 6-ft tit ". . 85c. '
they are being sold only in the New ) Mehoopany Pa made a startling -ft n . 65c. 'he highest grade of Imported Havana.
England states but will soon branch out teat resulting a wonderful cure. He
OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAGton's Into other states. The profits will be i rites, "a patient waa attacken with via ,-ft r. . 30c. : They're well bred-well grown In the e 1

Rapid Calking the Tools United now In use large so now Is your time to Invest, before hemorrhages, caused by ulceratlont 3-ft .. . 25c. leaf, and made In our cleancompetentAmairySanrican, ,.
boat In States. )
by owners all the shares are sold. t the stomach. I bail often found Dry) Flint Hldes..1310 lb. Mateo[ factories, by e I
Price 4.0O and $'i.on each at the ADVOCATE isrorkmen
Il!:lectrlo Hitters excellent for acute
From 13 to 20 per cent Interest per .
Green Hides .
Salted .
Titusvllle FIs, 6c lb.
annum Is promised by this company.A amach and liver troubles BO I prescribI Von smoke 7[ &'
i sample block may be seen at the I them. The patient gained from the Wax. . . . . .27clb.D. when you use the these pure and brands.fragrant realty l
::r Filter tubes are now for sale at AHVOCATK: office Tltuivllle\ FU. firat, and has not had an attack In lit
this office, price 21cu; postage extra. Full particulars of onths." Electric Bitters are positively KIRKLAND
CAPT. J. O. WALTOX.: guaranteed for Dyspepsia, Indigestion San Mateo Cigar and Tobacco Factories,

"t ::r Reading notice ads. on this page 404, Atlantic Av*., Constipation and Kidney trouble Trythem. Kirkland Block.

a it* live oenU per line per week. Boston M.... Only SUc at mil druggists. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. S. W. ROWLEY SAN MATEO FLA.



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