East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 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: UF00079908:00261
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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-Mr. R. W Joyner, who has been on -Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Peek, of Melbourne I -Mr. J..S.Padgett, of Jensen, was Ini ROBT W. DAVIS' DEMOCRACY AMONG THE HOTELS. 'o ;' I

NEWS, an extended tour In Georgia, returned t tTitusville to were visitors In Tltusvllle Wed i Titusville Tuesday, a guest of the InilU) (

. on Saturday. nesday.Mr.. River hotel Ills Democracy cannot for one moment The AOVOCATK Is now on file at all 4 t

of General Interest. : Mr. R. C. Rogers, of Jacksonvlll, be questioned. Pure and patriotic In the best hotels New York city. I
Topics E. A. WADDELL, MIAMI, real estate Ed Robinson and family are -
dealer, has Home choice bits of real now occupying C:apt. J. O. Walton traveling I passenger agent! of the G. 8, .\ every thought and deed. mistake It Where to stop along the E ost Coast. I i '
I, Tltusvllle. F.' was caller at this office yesterdayMrs. If be ever made a political\ list of hotel 7. I '
THE ADVOCATE, estate for sale. Call upon him. cottage In South wa. an error of the mind and not of tbe See on page I

In advance. -Mr. J. F. Wooten, of Cocoa, Bre LEAVE YOUR LAUNDRY AT THE W. F. Jlbb and daughter, 1\lIss\ I heart. The Rldgewood hotel, Daytona, U ;
50 per annum months, .. vard's efficient Tax Assessor, was a visitor ADVOCATE office for Goal Laundry. Bessie, after a visit of ten days In Tltu From the days of 18,15, when he ftllll.1 being greatly Improved this summer, by I!+ I
1.00 II six to foreign, countries. In Jacksonville the first of the week Basket leaves Tuesday noon. ville, returned to Daytona last Sunda; the honorable position of Speaker of the the addition of a number of bath, rooms. I I''! : I I,

[oo per an. house In Tltu House of Representatives of Florida,' UI) and an Increase In piazza, area. t I "
of Miami W. who has been -Born, at the '
-Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pope, -Mr. F. Lyman, his. public aenl-
moment .U.
ten oents Kanooha Win. ville to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chandle, to the present hotels Windsor Duval and West .. .
Beading notice ads. are are the happy parents of a fine eight- spending the summer at In the I In. The ,
have been conspicuously tl
22nd c s
this page. pound boy, born to them the first of las has returned to his home at Georgians. of Canaveral, on Tuesday, Sept a of the moreland, Jacksonville, are preparing/ ,
>e on terests people.
fine business Do not
son the winter
and little son, week. REMEMBER E. A. WADDELL, Miami Ills every act ha. been clean, pure and I

rr. M.here 8. ,Tuesday, for their home -Mr. O. F. Paddlson, of Eau Gallle, Is the man to go to. If you wanta -Miss Daisy Brady, who has spent tbe spotless, Much as to win the commend hotel when coming south !

,, left. manager of the East Coast Lumber and good Grove, Pineapple Plantation or summer with friends In Orleans, Ind, tlon of the entire public. "Well don, Mr. B. Graham, proprietor of the Bisrayne -

a1 at the :Meth- Supply Co., spent a day or two at Lake Vegetable Farm. and Oberlin, 0 will return to Tltu.vlll thou good and faithful servant." Hotel, Miami, Is busy havlng'the

re will be preaching Sunday at 11 Helen the first of the week Lewis of West Palm Beach next Wednesday. A. lawyer and judge his ability aOlt house made ready for the opening, which.
cliurcU in Cocoa next Judge anlTuesday. wihas' honor have challenged the admirationthe of will take place about October Kith I
of !
invited. 1\I-! visitor In Titusville\ Monday -Mlssi Fannie Ray, Daytona
All of
and 730: P. ">. are -Mr. W. E. Yanlandlnghnm, was a bench the bar and the public.
\1Hvllle the The Judge was here to attendto been the guesr. of Miss Annie Joneihi The Improvements In the Clarendon '
and Mr. T. E. amt I, formerly) of 'I'll won As member of from tho
apt John Houston visitors In Demorest Gold Medal In an oratorical some law: matters.A Tltusvlllo, for the past three weeks, Second a Congressional congress District of our be. Inn, Seabreeze, has commenced. Besides I {
,, of Ban Gallie, were Miami last week. returned to her home on Monday the addition of n new sun 'parlorJOxtlO I
contest six !
Saturday and Sunday. meeting of Indian River Lodge, loved State, during the last yea
'lIIe last M. will\ be held this Mr. and Mrs\ R. T. McFadden, of to serve) he fan! : feet, new sleeping rooms ana bathrooms
-Mrs. R. W. Goode, of Melbourne, Xo. DO. F & A. ((with two years more all le.l.
r. F M. Wooten, the turpentine who has spent the summer In Chicago, (Friday) evening in their lodge room In DRYt.OUlwho have pent the summer.I\t J Jimtly. won a national reputation as an I Iablo are being <

tor at Turnbull, spent a few dayakllOnvllle was a passenger on Satuulay's southbound Indian River hotel, Tltusville. Tybee. Ua., and Charleston, S. C., n patriotic and painstaking leglslato The New Weirs, on Lake Wlnneposau- n

the first of the week. train en route home. of Titusytlle's turned to their home last Saturday With his own people he ha. woo the hoe N. If? managed by1\r.lI. It. Shares, I
-Mr. Feaster Norwood, one -
and baby, who fractionate appellation. of "Our Bob"- of the New Rorkiedge hotel, Rookledge; .
Jones who haw
John C took his departure Mrs.[ O. J. SlnglotoJi, mar
Ire and men -
spending ome time In Tltus- ', -Mr. and Mrs\ T. Williams two coming young/ week, the Surf: Crest Uoodall, during thll a distinction which, one with his greheart FI,,., has closed for the summer, after a lei'
the ,
h children of Daytona, who were guestsof the first of ploasuiebent aged would '
at Quay on and genuine sympathies good, season
home house aod fairly
their has cloned) the
returned to Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Carroll for several for an extended stay In Georgia past summer, exchange for the wealth of woilds. I '

.lay., days Last week, returned to Daytona las and Alabama.Mr. returned, with her family, to RocklcdgtTitusville In doing all that we honorably can to The Mount Washington/ hotel, Bretton t

t FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell{ Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. T. Roy Puckett were should be proud of its 01chestra. secure the elevation of our dlstlngulshe Woods, N II., will close about the lint

iral, If you want to buy Improvedlulmproved F. T. Budge, of Miami who had visitors In Tltusvllle on \Voilnesilay. Mr.I It certainly produces most e;>. friend we shall, have, at all times, due of October; but Messr Anderson As
; Iii
lands. Prices to suit at the Met) and Price, the managers; will keep open the 1
+ been on a visit to Jacksonville, was a Puckett is employed in the Government cellent mimic, as was proven respect for the aspirations\ hopes hotel until IBth.
Mount Pleasant
I). C. andis odist church entertainment In the Opera and the il
artles. passnnger southbound on Moaday, and Printing office, Washington, wishes of other aspirants )

jr. T. A. Feaster, of West Palm stepped off the train to shake hand on his annual vacation house Wednesday evening. frlen.... The Jacksonville hotel are actively $

i, who spent a few day In Tltus- with hit friends. -It is reported that the three whales _Mr. and Mrs. Win. M. Blown and tw) Such!: a candidate as the Chronicle .up-. preparing for the winter travel. Theyare

ttendlnK his mother's funeral, re1 Scobie and daughter recently driven ashore at South lieach, children, Miss Louise rind :Master Mark, port for this high office, would not to distributing advertising matter, renovating t
Mrs. Geo. other than an honorable and In
erate anything: their room
many waystpreparing
I to his business on Saturday. gallons who have spent the summer in New '
St. produf'6I11OOO e
Merle who have spent the Bummer near Augustine .
Miss contest In hli behalf.It to handle the rush during the
Jr. C.; W. Crabb, of Lake City, was at Norfolk, Va., will spend the winter In of sperm oil. Mr. Geo. Reddington York and New Hartford, Conn., are ex"; will be a happy day for the people' tourist season

aria Tltusviile on Tuesday and Tltnsville, and are expected to arrive took the carcasses In charge and extracted pected to retnrn to Titusville to-morrow of Florida. when they can look to their

day, Mr. Crabb was formerly a here about the first of October. the oil. -Mrs. W. S. Norwood, of Tltusvlll: capttol and buhold, seated In the Uoveinor' Mr. E. R Grabow, junior member of ,

Titulvllle, and his numerou. -Miss Grace Reed Titusville's candl -R. N. Andrews, editor of the Cocoa and daughters, Mrs P. E. Puckett, of chair, their distinguished and beloved + the firm of Aln.lle: Grabow, proprietors ; 1d

*were glad to see him In town. World's Fair Commissioner, and Rockledge News, and his son-in-law, Cocoa, and, Mrs. J. T Knox of San Mr citizen-Governor Robert W. Va- of the New Ocean House, Swampscott -

Lpt J. 0. Walton and wife, Mrs. J. date who has for rccently-wlthdrawn, will leave T. Roy Puckett, proprietor of the same teo, were passengers on Filday'a sontl vis-"Our Bob."-San ford Chronicle.A ,of Mass.the,Hotel and for Lenox the ,past Boston year, has managers accepted i i
Keneth Lanouette, I Wednesday for Winter paper were In the city this week visitIng bound train en route to Cocoa, -
Jnouette, Master Titusville next assistant ,
a position as manager/
|1Jfi81'1.George and Oha .II. Walton Park where she will again be a student Mr. Andrews' daughter, Mrs Willis they; are the guests of Mrs. Puckett. PLEASANT EVENING. of the Hotel Somerset, Boston.

{recent visitors to Newport, R. I., at Rollins' College.Mr. M. 11yeralIt.: Petersburg Times. -M rs. C. II. Stewart and children, -
the famous resorts of the United of Titusville. and Miss Gladys and Master Fletcher, of Me Bretton Hall, corner of 8Ath and 80th
| W. Ernest Yanlandingham, of -Mm. C. L. Wright; The Ladles' Aid Society of the Methr streets New York will for businessthe
children of Green bourne who have the summer lit
Wednesday Mrs. Hanford two spent .
Miami, arrived In Tltimville list church a novel and most enteitatnlng The are
gave 1st of October proprietors
and two child- couple of days In town Cove Springs: were passengers; south : Ihmd"rKflllvI1lA, N. (7., arrived In })l\yto.l last Wednei'
In. T W. Anderson and la spending a will treat to the public Messrs. Anderson Price of Ormond ;
1 who have been at LaBe old friends. He will leave bound on Monday, en mute to West na last Saturday, where they seen to the "
Jensen, seeing; his day evening. Printed invitations the manager I. Mr. <>. Butler Smith, and
will visit Mrs. few weeks their +
for the pant two or three months, today for Baltimore, Md., where he will) Palm Bench, where they ft hefore'reachlnig number of two hundred or more wet assistant. manager, Mr. I.. II, Blnguam.Itrottou '

Tuesday,) for their home. Mr.. An- be a student In the Baltimore" Medical Wright's daughter, Mrs. R. L. Brown, -Miss Nettle (ones, who was. the as. sent out by the ladles, requesting the Hall Is a lire-proof, up-to-date

fc'i mother Mrs. J. N Feaster, ac- College during the coming term. For a few davs. Mrs.. Wright has beenthe Blatant tc.iclier In the Tltusvllle\ Hlg attendance our citizens upoDa"Ilirtl apflrtmant. hotel, containing upward of J

|Died them, and will remain In -1 fAKKrl.J. W. Shipman,of Alabama,; guest; of her daughter: for,several Mis. llanfoid weeks., !'chflollaMt year" arrived' In Tltusvlllo on party' given by the society and BIN( ) room; and anyone who has stopped j, ,
< In Green Cove Springs
i fur two or three weeks. F. L. Smith, of Missouri and W. I. Halt, : Wednesday. Miss Jones will bo the as from all appearances nearly ever Inv) II IId"y" at the hotels managed by Mdssrs. Ander- '

|r,R. W. Rhodes returned yester- of Manatee. Fla., three clever representatives -The University of Florida, at Lake Distant I In the new consolidated schonit allure: was accepted. The novel filature IlIn.t Price, well know that the guest.

Bnmatripto Titusville, where he of the Chicago Portrait Co., have City, opened on Tuesday with a very Jensen, this year, commencing nex was that every Invited guest was to plaoi will be well taken care of.
enrollment. This college ha Monday.Afa. In little sack with which they ....ere
the a ,
for promising
Ito supervise some work on his been in Titusville and vicinity The Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle, was
ling that city. week in the Interest of their com- a brilliant prospect, and Is one of Florida's of the Town Counollield furnished by the society: as many cent
+ young grove near past meeting Their sack formally opened 'last /Sunday: after being a
trove Is Just coming Into bearing pany. They were guests of the Mima I election leading held educational In Columbia institutions.county last evening an ordinance. was. pass as they taken were years at the door and the agonf .. closed. for a month, during/ which time
1 another year or two will be yield. house. The rid forbidding this running at large upoi were up Manager Bast has had the dining room
week' resulted In a majority for the the were kept ** a guarded+
I. Rhodes a handsome income.I .- freight last the streets of Tltiisvllln, all horses and guests neatry repapered, and the whole house r
-Capt A. W. Bute, traveling "dry," and now the saloon will have togo neoret.
I Metropolis. mules during the night time or durlnj To celebrate the
and ; In order.
th. put
Nashville Chattanooga another Orchestra opened
of the Thl Is help Tltusvllle
agent from Lake City. The
( the day time on /Sundays.: This went Into of the hotel Mr. Beet Invited)
laird.: from Mr. J. J. White, proof :St.: Louis Hallway, arrived In Tltusvllle for the University of Florida. program with some exquisite muslca re-opening andi
effect Immediately.Mrs. of the local
| f White's Cottage, llockledge, last Saturday, and on Sunday aocom renditions. which went applauded. to tin lli representatives pres.
9ith his wife has spent the sum- panted his son, :Master James E. Biile, -The new gymnasium building on tile Amv T. Blak. and little daugrh. echo by theappreclativeandience. Mrs few of his personal friend. to take din

Frankfort, Mich., states that they to Lake City, where he will be a student Hiffb School grounds Is completed. The lerr Helen, of Eden, arrived Tltusvllhin K. E. Rollins) was then Introduced and ner with him. The menu wa. most elab d

Meep a fire In their sitting room at the University of Florida for the ensuing building Is of large dimensions, but Is + Tuesday and were guests at the Indian recited In her Inimitable way, a nomli :ante and was heartily enjoyed by all

|tar flannels to keep warm. Mr year. merely a shell, but the money to. make River hotel until Wednesday, when election whloh won for her an enthusl. present. 4 4

hates that they are preparing to be said for or against It more substantial and secure was lacking they left for a visit to their old home InNow silo encore. It wa. then announced thai Mr. O W. HI ploy, who has been manignr e

I"',Indian River, and expect to ar- _Whatever may of school, It is a self 'an not some take of the hand enterprising In this Haven, Conn. Miss Helen will\ ro- Miss Aline Brady would treat the an of The College Arms Hotel, leLand, 1'

IRockledge about the first of the the consolidation I I. working to perfection clubs In Titusville a theBuilding urn to her Eden home before the boll hence to one of her flue Instrumental ,Kin., ever since the house was built by {
I month. evident fact that It During* the first of matter and raise the money to have lays,'but Mrs Blake will remain I In the inlos which site gave upon the piano to Mr. John II. Stetson, of Philadelphia,
In Titusville.\ enclosed, BO that the apparatus forth all winter and will take a noursiit + of all Mini .
some 01. .0 the great delight present. ia* severed hi* connection with the inanigement -
steamer DeBarry, belonging to this week, when rain prevented may be put in place and left within the of MualaMr. tinoore. I
dozer the Boston Conservatory Brady also was compelled to respond < of the hotel. The very beat! of
|''le Line, commanded by Capt. T. children living a half f At the apparatus ban
our own building present Mrs. O. J. Denham wan then lairoducod and
''M(I property owner In Titusville,, blocks from the school house, from going to be carted back and forth to the school M. E. Bishop, special commls- solo In eellng exists between Mr. Rip ley latter
and magnificent .
:! sung a tbe of the house for the ;
and LaGrange owner ,
of Mim. Florida for the Louisiana Pur-
en off the between the children used. loner to
summer run school building as
to ,
which her rich voice was brought out ID the fact that under Mr. Rlp-
Titusville High caller at tlili
endSahnton the 21st Instant,, reached the lease Exposition was a
-The West Palm Beach Tropical Hun ill\ It. Sweetness and power. The ap- The College Arm. ha
ey's management
visited the ,
for New York and Jacksonhe time and all were dry.A. >Slice yesterday Mr. Bishop f"
School ,
: on In referring to the recent hurricane says"It :: citizens. of Tltusvllle and Inervlewed lane she received was so prolonicexlind l become one of the most popular: hotel
with will\again goon the St. Johns'D the letter from Mr. Benj. Hogg, who.,, is. estimated that *5.0)0() will not guar >romlnent Chairman Walker of the enthusiastic that she, much againstlor In the State: of Florida. The owner. baa

Jacksonville her sister steamer, with his wife and son, has spent the summer in restoring Munyon'. Island to the Board of County Commissioners. fur will, was forced to respond to an en- eased The College Arm. to Mr. Harry ,

Ida! a short which left Boston In the north, state that they expectto condition It wan In before the hurricane. he of ascertaining the semi- oore. wbloh she did most effectively. A \V. Summers, of the A very House, Mount
ago. reach Indian River about the first ol This.. island, with Its handsome new hotel rent purpose of the people of this. county. Mr. dainty repast wa then served, sod the Clemens; Mich. Mr. Summers:! I. to be

-G [Bout, of Tltusvllle, who has November. Mr. Hogg has been runningthe and winter cottages, was exposed tohe Jishop met with much encouragement,, tiidlenoo dispersed well satisfied with down early la tho winter to arrange for ''

B'tiny his friend, G. II. Matthews, yacht Alice In northern waters thin full fury of the gale. The Doctor's "od left yesterday afternoon for polntiouth. the entertainment.The ha opening, Immediately' after the holl-

''tJ Hotel this week, had a cons :'summer, and expects to return the yacht fine trove of cocoanuts was leveled, He stated to an ADVOCATK rep. ladle are to be congratulated up.ou lay*. The alteration and repairs on the

loa8 while on his way from Cal- to Nassau before returning home. They shrubbery destroyed and every one of sentatlve that space could bo secured the success achieved. It was a rare hotel are rapidly approaching comple-

lie was bringing home a vailae"u are now In Brooklyn, but their head the three winter cottages built out over In the exposition buildings for (3' a rest In every way. lon, and will be finished In time for the

souvenirs and curios which he quarters the past summer has been at the water, were blown Into the lake. foot. Mr. Bishop Is of the oplnao About forty-two dollars realised, net, rlnter'i business

cted on his trip while at the O. Mystic, Conn. The hotel withstood the assault of the square that the east coast counties shouldet from the little sack. deposited at the

|"tarnpinont.1\\the and while in Atlanta Mrs. Charles B. Jefferson, of Hobe wind very well, although" Ittoo wan dam- : together, and with the assistance. of door of the opera houre. For Kent or r.el"e. ?
valise on seat and stepped In some part. ---
a recently delightfully/ entertainedMrs. aged he East Coast Hallway bur sufficient -

I&Some moment, and found on return- Sound. Augustus, Pltou and daughters, of pace to make a crodltahlenblblt of the 'or a Winter in Sunny Florida.A The Tboma, cottage, a small boar.lInjlhOllae '

''T.one had picked It up and New York and Robe Sound, at a rnusl- Gardner' Flyers., esources of the entire section The fair centrally located In the town of

rthe lie Is very much wor- oale at the Sandwich, Mass.: summer pens> the first oiApril, and from the party of six to eight fululu winding Coco ,. A line opportunity for the right

ow.-Daytona Gazette.glstruUnn home of the Jefferson' It was a very Tumblers two sizes. tart; the East Coast of Florida would be to find just the right place to have a Jolly ity. Apply to, Alii*' M. A. THOMAS, t)
and was. one of the 10 I position to display an array of winter and the fa- ''
affair on
delightful Rubber and Cocoa Door Mat.. time In fishing/ hunting tf Cocoa, Fla.
Sandwich. Mr. Chit could not be equaled by .
Uooks Open. events of the season at Hassocks and Ottomans. egetables bus Indian River with a private family i
:'tIn. Jefferson have been enjoying any other part of the country. of two adults, In their winter resort
and holder. and enamel.
their well known camp 'at Bath tubs, Soap with all comfort such Hiilphur Hprliiff' tor Hale.
wratlon books, of the town of the summer at Pltu and Bicycle tires f 1.83: to $4.00-sundries. lome, provided I t
'f,OpelJ today (Friday) and will Meddybemps, Me., while Mrs.likewise at Furniture, Dry Goods, Shoes. llousekeeper Wanted Once. .cabin catboat; fitted for cruising, for t''
be daughters have been doing hire or sale; row beat and launch accom- The famous Avon Sulphur Spring lo- 9
bto open until October 16th, Me. Mr. Chan.. H. Walton C. A. OABDNBB, Tltusvllle, Fla. nodatlon. sun parlor, screened, plng- N. Y.
,,11be\ found at Belgrade Jefferson A well recommended elderly lady todo cate".t Avon, Livingston county *
my wagon thl.'week visit Mr. and Mrs eta address) now,to engage of land lnolud- i
kalDlth hop. R. E. Mists, will, at Sandwich, work for a small famllv. Address, ponlt.> please J. A bout one hundred acre
at their summer home A New Crate Factory. "X. Y. %." oom. and for further particulars: E. lag about twenty acre of beautiful park,
Clerk. Mr.
City Mass., which Is close to the home of U care A DVOCATE Tltusvllle, Fla. lair, Merritt (Island), Fla. (Near butt ft". springs of sulphur water and a first. 1
Joseph Jefferson, at Buzzard's Bay. irge..t hotel on East: Coast; ). Open cllUNl half mite race track. These spring

Bees for Sale. The new crate factory at Lake Helen from November until May rodnoa tbe finest sulphur water known

-- For Sale. 00 the Florida East Coast R. R., has last Notice of Orawlnjf the Jury. For' further particular address,

'for been, completed, and .team tinned on Healed IMd Wanted.H ti. M. CHAPPOTIX, t
hives sale Vll nlonles of Italian., -sale. Apply to, last week. The E. W. Bond Co. hate The Judge of the County Court and tf I Exchange St., Itrocbester, N. Y. .
about 40 extra 3 tory Pineapple plants for Fla.Fischer erected, one of the largest Plants In the tbe Sheriff of Brevard County, Florida, .
eel I bl!8 escapee excluder etc. ; tf J. W. BBUNEB. Georgians, : State, and have equipped It with. the latest will meet with the Clerk of the Circuit I al' d bid. still( be received by John

rapid extractor' 1 foundation Improved machinery. Their Veneer (tort at the Clerk's office In Tltusvllle, n. Walker, chairman of the Board of Nantes Htrlckeii.

Ing tank, boards, heater etc. w Cottage For Kent. Machine[ Is one of Coe' latest patterns revsrd Florida, on Wednes- ouoty C'ommiMloner. of Hrevard oouor -

J. II. IIOOAX, of the heaviest type, weighing 14000tonnds. day the Conn of September, A. D. until! noon of October 5th, 1VO3, forthe The Board of Aldermen revised the
Artesla, Fla. They are located In that fa- 190:1: at 11 o'clock a. m. for the purpose following shelling. "The rerves eglitratlun; book, the following name
7 room house In Tltusvlllej;plenty pure nous body of Highland Yellow Pine, of f drawing the Jury to serve at the Fall the right to reject any and all bid.. :rick.n:
water. to. Helen to DeLand term of Circuit Court In and for Brevanl All bids. to be by the cubic yard or carload i
Lake ,
an'l) 31nles For Sale. drinking AfPIJ FIIICHKR, running from foreland, A. 8. Pendleton, J. K.odon .
which said Court IRoad
Florida. and this timber will turn out that smooth Counto'iorida., > M. D. L. Rhodes. W. r
of thetOWD I> ,
Tltusvllle, from the north boundary
2ttth of October A.
desired therange the day
20DOT3 so much by >nven on
light veneer, II. J. Kobbencon M. W.
j will\ and the heavy Veneer D.> 1003 being the Fourth Monday therof. of Fort Fierce toward. St. Lucia ElI'ltec: ,
t.fth h'P' from "T borne packers, take and be id Viking. Shell to be spread In the EIIIII, Stephen Rio, E. II., Jr. s
T car of mule and Wagons for Sale. Machine[ give it that polished satin appearance The public will notice rOy Inches thick. [opkln, Lonulo Shirley II. J. ,
In itn vine the which distinguishes the yellow ned accordingly. Titus i'! S!.
k heyJtlthbe the Indian Witness hand and the seal of tbe'ecolt Road from Narrow to, Quay crossing. Hore[ L. :
t nice.OU are" hors hand a large stock of pine box. Located near my !bell to be spread 7 fet wide and ft Inches Morel L. II. Tucker, M. T.foody .
: 11I0 teor driving I now have on hirer, they have an advantage In freight Court this 18th day of September : 8. W. Vanlandlngbam S fl
rPpononlty and 3-Inch tire one.hor wag. enables) them to quote low. A. D. 1UO3. A. A. STEWART, tblclr, from river across fill at marah.
yon tire which
to get what Pinch rates, JOB R. WALKER Boyle, J. r. Vanlandlngham WEreston !
once. ,
or at prices to .ult. on. that can b.d.Hv.redra eat prices. The East Coast Lumber. (it. (rt. seal I) Clerk Circuit Court, John Wll.jn, Harry
I *" M. WOOTKX, I Titusville!, JR.,, Fla apply Company are their selling.gent Brevard County Florida. 20ct Chairman Board Co. Com ,

Turnbull, Fla. I


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of fat-iil 1".II\l'tM] ">un rie iiuuieu u mile WHEN BURGLARS CALL. FREE; MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEt

for 'JH wnta, Kuuluiul.; 14 tents;
France. Jernmriy and Italy 11 cents: The Proper ThinK tn ttn and the
Proper way tu l>.. It.
Switzerland.: 1O rent Our people
return from trips abroad lire a unit In "Kvents that are apparently trivialin
I v e exprenulug! their dlwguut with road con- the daytime UIMUIUL an Immense Importance. t:.

America. In the dead of nl (Iit. A slight
4 dltlona In
L VO(4TbD The cost of road building la not so noise, out of tfitf ordinary, will sometimes :

enormous but that public highwayscan have its iHMirlng on the married v

est 1 bo constructed and yet there arc \liven of two people," says Tom Musson A?' } ,

counties! In western states where not H In Life A m

i. stroke of labor baa been performedupon "When therefore, jour wife wakes r 1

country highway for years. In yon up with that lutonnely nervous il.l

r New Jersey stone roada are being built movement that ImlUutcti\ a brooding t '
$1.000 mile. These roads are horror do not lose your prcocm-e of !r 'd'
for per lr'a! rt ihdm /k ,'IJeI
? r.i y
fifteen feet wide] and will last twenty lulnd. Keep from shaking If possible I d r a ,r t G

"r wore years. Macadam roads eight und while secretly your heart may imIn t 4

feet wide IMIII be built nt a east of your throat do not betray yourself :

$:6A} per mile. ,Single:,; track gravel Above' nil do not woke up too MOOII. .

roads can ba built for $1,300 a mile. Begin by groaning slightly, and roll : V\ t 1 6i

Tclford roads the best that can bt over. At the wound pull \>n her partIt ".t
I t C 1
constructed coat $0.(XK) per mile. InMichigan will I be, entirely proper _for you to i + .w

recently farmers set to work start slightly;; rub>> your eyes and mutter .

and conatructed plain dirt roads at a any unintelligible sentence. Then! ,

.. -- cost of $SOO per mile. Hut the dirt road us you gradually wake up and she becomes
even at a reduced original cost is more more persistent! you may allow V

EVILS OF BAn LOADS expensive in the end. Washouts carry i yourself to say, '(Ih, nonsense!'

i away the dirt ruts form with any considerable "Iternernber that up to this momentthe :

-- -- amount of traOlc. and slush formula for u husband waked up 'Y

WHAT THE FARMERS ARE LOSING BY sour.. are common along the roadside. by his wife who hears a noise Is always

POOR HIGHWAYS. The most expensive roads have been the acme 011
found to be the cheapest In tbe end. rued later. Now, however, la the timeto ,,
I ,Ai'
Cart nt 'I'rnn'":>.>rfntl I.>ti Hrratlr ..- .. act. ,
Th. lln lnf Am.I.n. "I nsh from the bed and
> quickly
i Mn ofliulnmry
.r.a..1 ullvi trerY
Is of the few
St. Petersburg one greatcUl.1t
alts.i ,. .<_l.iillu Product either reach for your revolver, or If L
which have been made and not
Il4fl blft.l ,.l..M..lll.I'.iid that Isn't handy take the first thing 1
I born. During lila rexldeuva In HollandPeter that presents ltll'lt-ftre tongs, curling
rout. i....i, .,'. ate u n. Mil which the Great wns no impressed by
irons or a chair-and rash madly to the
the rurnl |I"r'. u?. mi I..IH crown MO nociiHtonicil Amsterdam, perched upon the waters, door. I

to nil <>" >1'1'> tJII( country tlmt It that he determined to abandon Moscow I
"If you have acted your part correctly ,
him bi'Oonii' u luiii.i to endure them and build a new capital which should I A 2
will find
and courageously you your 1
without comment, says n writer In the have canals for streets. In bill campaign
wife there before you, burring the entrance.
Ilorweniiin. If tie !horhcs and other against Sweden in 1702 lie noted r Jii )r F

five stork were ublu to talk:, what a tale on Island situated in tho mldstream'ofthe
tony thin time, if you have made noise
of suffering! they would tellVuding! Neva. "Here Is my Itimnlaii! Amsterdam
enough the burglars, If there. were
knee deep In iniKl, climbing/ steep bills !" ho exclaimed: and immediately W
any, have without doubt departed, and
and bridge] to the building of city there.
juuiplntc nearly ready began a when you have persuaded your wife i 'maycirdfr
collapse luivo bwa. tbo nt>coHnltle* of The site! won a marsh In summer and
that the thing must be done you can
going to town for every farm horse a frozen morusn in winter Two miserable 4
search the house at your leisure and
once upon a time during hln life. For huts were the only buildings.
ever afterward pose' at! a genuine hero
every road IIIIH experienced lu evil The erection of the citadel l. a great fort ,
who was thwarted In his purpose at
days no matter how well It may now In the ulinpo of a hexagon with a tower the critical moment." tt .dt

Im Improved. Who suffers? The liorwofmlTera 31)0() feet high on the north bank of I

personal Injury; the farmer tho Nova was Ids first oare. 'The cot. "
and oilier InilimlrUM only suffer! flnah- tags !in which Peter lived while laying of I
estate agents endeavoring dispose !
dally out the still exists Confidential
city any property von may have for sale r
Ilnd road stagnate lnwlncHn. They exchange If no, Mend full ..arllon h'lli

Injure the nodal\ and luoiitloiinl IIfo Children In NomallUntl. of what jou have, to I... R,. Benjamin

of the farm. They MilOthe; \! pleasure of Children are regarded/ aa a chief asset llanoverton, O.

peoploliving In smaller towns who In the belongings of u Somali native. Cold lllotxlvii tiMiuttlrr. This is a very important consideration in a woman's correspondence :Mrs. Pinkham. n is

often wish to ride Into the country and A man may have us many as The J\French court wux at one time a great satisfaction to feel that one woman can write to another telling her the most:: l'rimttIIwl ':a IInlidenti

I visit their cumin friends. And furthermore Tour wives, and most of the patriarchs hotbed of gambling./ Lords! XIV. would details about her illness, and know that her letter will be seen by a woman only,-a woman, full 01 -mla

bad roads are expensive. The boast of tremendous families. One oldchief piny for heavy stake night after night for her sick histers and with a knowledge of woman's ills greater than that possessed b.v am nil 11'1' pert),
cost of road transportation| Is today of tribe Kerbera the
a near was und many courtiers were ruined at his Mrs. IMnkhum nevCC'rIlolntes the confidence thus entrusted to her,and although she publish
bend of a family consisting of :23! sons table. His successor, who lacked hH thousands of testimonials front women who have been benefited by her advice and inedk-iiKMic'

:M daughters and 300 grandchildren. A predecessor's geniality and good nature In all her experience bus she published such a letter without the full consent, and often
father sells his daughters! for camels devotee of special request of the writer.
was an even greater
1 and often builds up for himself a for. the curd table. The story la told that The reason Pinkham is BO amply qualified to give advice in cases of female ills i t.f: : th, mat

1I tune in this wny. The children are when this king was playing one evenIng that over one hundred thousand cases come before her each year,-some personally, other-, rn mini! ,a:

I a named according to the circumstances a gentleman present was seized this has been going on for twenty years,day after day, arid day after day. Twenty years of IMH' .!tixit! .'MCCIttv'nk 1 (('

of their birth asVu Uerrl (born in with apoplexy. "M. de Chauvelln Is of the knowledge thus gained. Surely, women are wise in seeking advice from a woman ,it sexjx'.ripnce

the mornIng) or Itobleh (born in the ill," one of the courtiers ventured to especiallywhen it is absolutely. free.

rain). tell Louis. "III!" said the king quite As an Illustration of the good coining from such advice we herewith publish two 11'tt'1'I8portrnlt \ !

t hY n.'I1. unmoved "ile U dead. Take him of Miss Huttie Dftirout the rending of which should give every kick woman rniilidrmtAirs.

The doctor's wife went to the door. away. Spades ore trumps, gentlemen." IMrikhum's ability to help them. This it only one of thousands of the same kind i lOr bite
I which Mrs. IMiikhaiu bun on lilc. .
r. She and the woman next door were not
( t on friendly terms but the tramp did instincts That Trail to I>*ath. BRA Mnri. PINKHAM : I have rend with interest your advice to other tow

l not know that. ."Pe lady next door." Professor Mlvart proved Unit there that I thought I would write to' 'n, for I have been FurtVri&if; fur a long: "ltlt I hntve' !

jc said "Kl h',' tni n piece of her homeUiade ore "instlnctti" that lead to death by bearinr-down pain and such t.11tltJn,.: ulna go thronf-1./ me. I hove h,'ada. \e boom'
falling to adapt themselves to a changeof ( awl fuel ttrcti. Menstruation is very painful, raotirac3 have to ht p \vorl. ,tel' 11'[
plo and" I fought""I'm -- circumstances. :Migratory quail by Wy stomach bloats terribly, and I am troublfl with whites. Hoping to h, ar from)

sorr)'. Interrupted( the doctor'swife thousand perish in the deserts of -= soon, I remain,

"lint time doctor IHII'I nt home Just 'I northern Africa, where their ancestors ,., -% July 21th JOOO. Miss UATTIB DiGROjLT: :Suceasiini; ,i. 'V J."
there's. physician' In
iow However; 11
,, the next block, and If you hurry he I used to find a comfortable winter resort The It1111.. PTVKHAM: : I can hardly find words to thank ym: f?n,. 11I'f'
= abounding with forests and even 1 wonderful 1 in i uhj '
Vegetable Compound. was terrible "nt4". every jrm I ?
l be able to relief before
tuny \ give ymi with grain fields, If we shall credit I v' wc very nervous, had hyutc-icnl spells. I think I would have 'bec'('m<. h, .i.. Imr1Iwen '<
much harm Is 1'ont.
done.-l'hieago Pliny's account of the Numldlan; coast I I for LldlE.. l'lnkliaii'! Vegetable Compound. Your ]letter told. :0 i,.' t '' wand )

lands. The forests are, gone, but your medicine cured me, and I cauuot express ray tluinkrMarch -.
BAD KOAI ARE: EXl'E tUVB.I MiKl.lrit.Ktliil myriads of uunll still follow In the 8th, inoi.( Miss HATTIK DKOMOAT. huwiiHiuna, 1N. J

Just three time great us It would be -There. I've forgotten to nt- same route at the risk of starvation. (I / \
I if had Ilntt- end: a fuiictlon to which I wax Invited. ) No other! medicine the! world has received such' whlespreodaunqualified
I we good roads all oven the ///t17\ rC'C'OI.d
; cureless! ; endorsriiient. No other medicine has smith; II
How _
ed State, The life of lie Didn't Know the S... D of
b average/ the farm ? female troubles or such hosts of grateful friends. ])01).1 hI' pcrsnntl
> should' have \ I
r' borne la shortened Severn I year by tow eoigtYou nn engageuu'ut Mother-Ito you think that young clseliiwnolnti.. nnY'otht'r medicine I is just as K otl. Any dealer who 5tlsrrest. .onu-tli!

iI", bad roads; live stock hi general I la lessened cnlitid.ir.Ktln1 man bus matrimonial Intentions, my In your cnseJI' iM seeking a birder profit. Follow the record. of thi"", trll'lhclr
: --Oh. Oecirge. this U so sudden! and remember that the thOUMliluls of In W
: In t'Rh111,1 longevity by having dear? cures of women whose" letters are constantly printed
I to travel over miry and rut covered Chicago Itecnrd.Heruld. Daughter certainly do, mamma pperwex'o not brought nhouf'l,by Homethlntr else." but by LydIa E. Plnkham's! Vegetable t .

F I l roada. When the farmer of today driven HP tried to convince mo )last night that

his fattened hogs to market over a A terrible lot of money In spent onpmrlnr I looked prettier In that two dollar hat

I' country road he expects them to lose a scenery nt\ a wedding/ that laongcd than In the one that coat twenty.- Official Supply House of The Illinois( Fishermen's Association.
for to buy kitchen later --.. -- --.--- c= aE121 .
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scenery Judge -- -
t great many pounds of flesh In making/ -

t the till If the rends, were smooth and Oil. Atchison. ilobf The o8
(a Forty round in Thirty l)113 s. Chicago Net and Twine Co. V\ IIII I
burdened by macadam the Ion wouldbe --- ,
curtailed and lila net profit that For several months. our younger: brother Manufacturer. of-'..HiBI=' : -
Inn I been troubled Ith .oJ Ci
r.. much more. Indigestion: It'Co
.' e..A lie tried several remedies but /got no 1 H
nveriiKO speed along/ a country benefit from tbclI'Vo purchased Home 1
t road today la five to nix miles nil hour of Cunmberlaln'n Stomach and Liver bq :: i
with a farm With good Tablets and he > E
wagon. u commenced taking them.
I !{t' ti-iuu of horses It is possible to drive _;to Innlde. of thirty days he hud gained forty Ou ) a "t i-:

fifteen and even twenty muse an hour. \pounds lu flesh. lie Is now fully recover. i <
t :::;., =..;.
ed.Ve have good trade the tablets i
1 There are eouiuiunltlea In Illinoiswlioro ....;.;- / on
1 ..- ....
the roads lire aiMndlntf and Holloy llros., Merchants, Long: Branch, S'Ee
lr Mo. for Bale by all cut up by rate that n lightly loaded The diver dies without air to
cine ell.lor8'II. 1
bumy drawn by two good farm horBea 'breathe. The consumptive dies IdF

cannot reach over nn eight mile gait without lungs to breathe the air,
,. ; HSH1NG NETS and Netting of ZO
Every De'crlptlon
o c
or of lungs rendered Incapable of ......
lu Clean MarM
Hill! climbing as nil horse owners .2i
breathing by dmrane. The blood Dealers Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc.Originators if
r know is bard on the animal. It reduces Marble can be cleaned by rubbing; > ;:;;
as it flows in and out of the lungs of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. O
{. the flesh very quickly. The indicates the couHiiniptlve'a pro- with.a rather soft paste made of whiting 7JK81-8.I: E. Indlaua St. Chicago 111. .,.40 '" 'oy'
roads of the country should be in such As the weaker or pit-pared chalk and water to
rellll. lungs/ grow ...Mention The ADVOCATK in your letter... I
t\ condition aa to do away with all steep less oxygen is inhaled and the which n little ammonia has been add -- u.j "toto
Inclines. TheUfa of the horse might blood changes from scarlet to pur ed. Rinse afterward with'clean water.A We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association. !

be extended by several years and the ple. Oxygen is the life of the rub with pumice stone and water "

cost of his feed would also be lestieuedla blood as the blood is the life of will restore the polish. :::t I 1 s4'a s
the body. --- ::
the and of a
improvement alignment en
The effect of Dr. Pierce's Golden
I, these defects. Hair t.. Make Water Lit,- !Salad.! IF YOU a'B
Medical Discovery upon weak JVVANTjV... a> i'l
I The farmers of tUla country are losers lungs is to strengthen them to enable Here I I" a salad that looks as prettyas --.- .. e .c
by the bad road evil at least $100 the full oxygenation of the It sounds and tastes as delicious 81! 1

'f:L per capita per annum. Ity combIning 1 blood, arrest the progress of disease It both look und eou ds. Cut the -

their lessee and placing them at the and heal the Inflamed tismie whiter of hard boiled eggs! Into pointed .Building Lot ,f 'O
4\ disposal of expert road builders within Lung dUeHnrs. have been J petal like strips. Save out two or three .. ( ) iti s
and are bring cured by"Golden but mash the Mix with cJ > 0
; ten years the roads would lie' in yolks rest. eJ"
?Medial IHncovery, in !
; such a state of travel as to prevent the mayonnaise nod III the middle of the t-
P caMS where deep- eated or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCC1'ANCY:
less, every cent of 1C This system of e cough, frequent| bemorrhae arranged petal with the mixture. Put .. : eJ.l ft

economics is beidunluff to dawn upon | emaciation, weak. the remaining yolks through a fine LAXD FOR AX ORANGE GIOVE: ..0c i
the farmers and through the state login ness, and night .", eat5 sieve, scatter over the petals to simulate rJYEAJ>l'LE PLANTATION '"
la tu res laws are being enacted to have all pointed tJ a fatal pollen and rut lettuce into. points or TRUCK GARDEN, roN

f i remedy the country road nystem. termination by con to resemble the.outer green.The We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

a Not only the farmer are taking an iva gumption"!k yean. ago I first child Settlers are flocking in but still there is room. If you &r. jf K
active interest in road Improvement. was, .u... e ft hfp question every asks this
taut the wheelmen uutoruoblllits and lens victim of thai on reaching home is, "Where Is mother looking way, drop a line to %

c tbe men who make these vehicles. rraii.umpdu.dtae.a.-eon.' write.Nr. ?"-Atcbison Globe. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd So. '
Koarly every linG of industry Is affect -: CbaaY spoil E
M., of liaised From the Dead. C
ed. C. -I COAST R'Y. j jI
was coo6o to..,. room tor MTmt'ad month.: C. VT. Lnndls, "Porter"for the Oriental m
The cost of hauling product from
/; arm fr1"at. o w>bor_ hd given "1'all hop Hotel, Chanuto, Kan., lays: "I know ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
farm to town average* 25 cents per ton of mf rfcovcnr. u"Ul dajr a Men what it A
i ocr = was to suffer with, neuralgia .
'per mile while the rata by rail 1* TntL w,udb.Aert T Sad lakva the Mxlical content of the deed I did, and I got a bottle Ballard' - gy o i

_\ Thus the hauling of a load of avcond bottle I be .o to Improv*' After tnktnfata Snow Liniment and I was 'raised from I )
bonlta I was,\ koa*. !y believe drtlvedfroat the Subscribe for the ADVOCATE d NA t C
: .. farm station dead. and
: teat from the to the the grse..54 retirtlj enrol. i.to now a I tried to get some more, but get all the
,'::.:,1 urtoti costs the farmer more than snipping strong and haarty ...a.* before I had 'deposed' of my bottle I .0:2 J

it to a distant market Common Dr. Pterc. Pleasant Pellet cleans was cured entirely. I am Ullio' d. truth

r.ad traffic rules lire Uglier than In the clogged system from accumulated too," 2So, BOc and ll.OO at B. R. Wilson News of the East Coast week. Jj
itnpufitua. A boa, Tttu.Tllle Florida. every
BASLot4cC!:cgny4 Jg llglglumajon!!! !

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More Than a

....... I.K. Fetch Sol.lh..ut SclrnllO.. tome of the Ntruuir 1'olntn ofh...
H. ROBBINS, b.-rd/r 'r".0'4Ih'" Yrnra \.M'". I.PKhom of Iliv Dark Kmiilly.

'$ Dollars In tlifs Clays <>f biilauottl rations tmtlcioiitllif The Indian runner duck! is what ----

ATf0ENE1 AND COUNSELOR Million $ fWdlnn the following tl'omtb. might be called an all aroniul practical KUney Trouble Makes You Miserable.

AT-LAW. pen of I. K. Kelch and published I duck. Tbe general I makeup of these --
who reads the
and United States a. curly IIM 1 77. will ho appreciated( : ducks seems to bo unlike many others,, i iI Almost Is sure everybody to know of the wonderful newspapers
i;practice in of Florida Capital guar- "A tow words upon the use of the Inasmuch as they have HO many polute cures made by Dr.

Court. several rondlmcntandvertlscd for fowls,. I in their favor. t!-Jt h Kilmer's Swamp-Root

Office at TITUSVJM.E FLA. antees this or egg production may nut prove amiss First, the color and plumage are very I I the great kidney, liver
pure vege- in this work. 1 i attractive, being' of n fawn color mixed l[!I. and bladder remedy.

OAULDEK, "In maul uses., where these condi- with white, the drakes haying a steel -11 II I 'l' .. It Is the great medical ,
l. table remedy to cure :, triumph of the nine
melts arc nw-deil. the broiler Is troubled blue cap with a distinct, white Hue running

' ?- AW; to obtain n variety of food! for bill from the eye around the back of teenth century; discovered -
ATTORNEY after of
or money back flock.Vo have iloinonstrntcd the necessity the head to the eye opposite, the pure scientific research years by

iilnnwtlWKnall. the Court, Conrte.o of the. State of the dally use of flt Hb, yogi. white neck the fawn colored breast 1, : Dr. Ki':-tier, the emi '

M.U{ ,alld the United State table and grain food nod whoro the and Imck, tapering off with white in nent kidney and bladder -

BoJ.Z3 TITO9VIIXE. FLA. meat and vegetable elpmontu nre luckIng wing flights und tall. They are strong i, "w specialist, and Is b

I their constituent! parts have to boupplhtl and erect, alert in every motion and wonderfully successful In r-omptly curing

J.WEBB, Cures: In n concentrnted form. Thus very hardy.Second I lame back, kidney bladder, uric acid troubles

. p sulphur A lid Iron Iiocome a necessity:: their laying trouble.Dr. .
form of kidney
ATTORXET-AT-LAW aud want of time to supply In their: that they have been culled and are
Kilmer s Swamp.Root la not recommended -
till practice in the Courts of the 7th Catarrhal allVction of the nasal t natural form all the element of foodthat known today as the leghorn; of the everything but If you have kidney '

{,ult. Taxes paid for non-resident passages! bronchial tubes, '! are neci'tmary lute'" caused it large! duck: family. One breeder claims for liver or bladder trouble It will be found "r

rents, and accounts collected. demand for these uptH-ltie foists nnd one Individual duck a record of 102 Just the remedy you Med. It has been tested I

FLORIDA. i lungs! kidneys, bladder and! .P t concUuients for fowls. Therefore a eggs j'r year. In so many ways in hospital work, In private f ,

115VlLLR, word of direction for their use will It la very fascinating for one to collect practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase I', f
stomach Also
relief and has proved so successful I
prove MI advantage. eggs from these ducks after once
D. FKNNKV, It is every casa that a special arrangement his r
01 the many kinds now use starting to lay and they generally startIn
been made by which all readers of this
that In nil fro found nearly It Is common paper
'' safe to say with ale In February. n
ATTO RNE V-AT-L A W, who have not already tried it, may have asample
Nervous Indigestion tho Hiiine ingredients the quantity of occurrence to bring In Just as bottle sent free by mall, also a book \

(3VIU.K" FLOIITDA f ,J each III tho compvimdlng being the many eggs! an there arc duck telling more about Swamp-Root and how to>> 'I

in all the courts of the 7th f greatest dlffereuco in them. These Third, as a market duck they grow find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble h':.:
I practice
Judicial Circuit. Consumption, or] any dUea-ie It condtnieiits and egg! foods sboiild. he very rapidly and whll they consume When writing mention reading! this generous.
A i9 prt carefully ailmlniKtertnl. much less fond In proportion than NIt offer In this paper and." ,!f

-- -- of the iniiciioii membranes. t "No general rule (nii bo followed. Pukln lit ten weeks old will drew ten send your address to 1 :::. '. a"
l.t.O t
A. FROST: One should. begin with 1 loss than directed pounds to the pair, and In comparing Dr. KlimerIr.Co..BtngII\ 11m"I'. 'j"..!"
ham ton, N. Y. The _
LAP and liHTenno the tftiantlty until the pair I llnil the runner smaller
ATTOU NE A regular fifty cent and tmmanfawamp-tteo,
the desired result Is iiceoinpllBbod. bone. but heavier men ted.Success dollar sold all
the Courts of the 7th As a Tonicit sizes are by good druggists.
I practice in all l k 1 d.L "."'I 1111\.... In tewtlnn! HOI no of the egg' with these duckn. like everything I

Judicial Circuit. ,.p. foods. given them JIll directed unit else, depends solely! on feed and

ITCtVIIi.E. FLORIDA. forced Home of the fowls to lay three rare. In the center of an acre lot adJoining w
gives appetite, build up the % 1)) soft shelled eggs In n Hlmlu night, two my place in a pond fed bysprings

MANUFACTURED ONLY BY hens side by Hide producing live such hundred feet across.
tEDERKIK A. MORGAN, system banishes that tired nlHMit a HEALTHI
PICAL MANUFACTURINGACKSONVIllC. PStrs In n night. It Is evident, then 011 l the shore of this pond In my duck-
feelingmakes the weak strong 1 that such eileeN -tl,,> foo Abstracts of Title.VI FlA.. U rand in house, where the fro

happy. abortive In the breeding season I 1t1'1 lect myhr"I..I.'I'I 4ont think we oonM looptiunnn
ESTATE allowed without Thadford's Illack-:
fowls nhonld not be drake with
"ItreiMllng everyIvo
<. putting! one rauirht. Wn tiara mod It In the
I ):mn. Notary Public. 1 to lay more than UXi eggs, In lime [ dnckx. and as soon as the Ice Is outif family. for over two year' with the
termed the breeding period, allowed the bent of remit I haws not had. a
Stenography Nix months ) the( pond the ducks are
,vtii.ii, typewriting / i ( doctor In the haul., for that lengthof
and It they tire to be found fulling ore use of It t throiigb the day, but are calledInto tlm. It lit a lortor In It naif and

TIM I I I M-II.I.K;, -- -- -FI.A.-- Sold and guaranteed by all druggists. From that ratio tho food I may be lined to their house for supper| at night, al and wave I happy......".,-JAM to make IitJ.: %BALL prrnon J.wall,okonvllla .

stimulate> them to n natural production, t:hua making It envy to collect tho t eggs< ill.Menus. I _____
.fll">- [i. WADE: U. JONKH.TRST < or overfnt fowls may bo Imliiowl to In the morning. .
thiii medicine
-. -- -- -- -- --- Its and their fat essential, things lu pruut
( : A JONES, lay more freely by use One of the moBt relieve, Mnmiueh painn. free the '

It's For You! tetlticed<< to some purp 5t'. rlll..llIdnl'k'. / '" Is that they Inivo dry cntiNtipHtcd hi"*el4 and invigorates I ..1

U. ESTATE; AND 1NSUUANCK, Georgia Southern "Fowls kept to produce\ eggs for the lunrtvrs to sleep In and !pure air to thin torpid liver and weakened .

market may be fed upon this food more Iorl'lI(h... Little attention need bo giveno kidneys
.onus and Collections Freely until they are forced up to their making tight houses ns long as they

Tin -A-II.I.K. Fi.oniDA. & Florida Railway full constitutional limit, and when fro kept dry nt night. They wllllltnllli
molting time cornea they mny be killed mine very cold went her. For their bed- No DOCTOR

WOIII.KI. R. II. SKYMOUK.: "lInw..ue"! River )to"...." end marketed for poultry. Birds thus ling 111M., plenty of lawn clipping and M
----. forced will generally molt slowly and lover hay. anti It Is surprUIng to see 1, nmennry In the horn whore

lyORr.KY A SEYMOUR Operates the "Dixie Flyer." rail" to lay till the following spring, low much a II'H'of\ fifty will consumo Ihndford' UUek-riraught' ii

which would make It more profitable to through the 'luh'r.-'lIlt'r H IMrtnu' kupt., raryiliex living", in the
Schodule lu Effect
.ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.= ----- -. -- replace them with young stock that In American I'oultry Journal. country, mules from any ptiyii- 41
general practice In State Sand Fed- Dixie Flyer (lllickatel", the of the food and clAn, have been kept fn hvaltbfor
ivlll stand use
Courts. Special attention givento Lv Palatka .. ..... ... ... /S 00 pni 0 19/ am payi years with this .medicine "
; Lv Jackfiniivllle.\ .. ... .. .. T 60 pin 7 4.1 am protlt on Its use." by Worm their ps
admiralty practice.'ELL Ar ValdoatairTirton .. ... ........ ..It Oft pill 11 uo am ..r r> only doctor. rTbedfor I #
12: 8J Black Urauirht curbllious.
.23Aatn: pm
BriLDiNo\ MIAMI FI.A. Conlele ... .. ... .. 1 40 am 1 4$ pm Children often cry not from pain dyept'Vlill i ,colds,chilli and {
Ar Macou. .. .... .. .... 3 40am 4 10 pm Croup. rom hunger although fed abundantly fevet pmi bad .
The Great Health Drink! blood, headache,
C. of Ha.ArALhtnta The entire trouble arises from Inanition
EI'HEN E. FOSTER .... '... ... .. 725am/ 740 pin Usually bnirlns with the symptoms of heir food is not assimilated, but devour- dinrrium, constipation, colic
N. C. & Ht. L i ii a common cold there Is chlllnuNs, snlle and almost other ailmentbeosuM A'
... .. .. ..., 100pm imam I I > ; ed by worms. A few >>u>os of 'Vhlto'llCreBIIl every
ATTOUXEY-AT-LAW, i Ar Arf'hattanll"lta.Na.)ivllln .. .... ... 6 0/1/ |I'm II 40 am Dispensed at all Soda Fonntalns 5 c. Inll, sore throat, hot skin, quick pulse Vermifuge will cause them to -, the skimach bowels t+
liver and
11. R.Ar innrseneHH and Impeded rosplration kidneys so nearly con
111. Cent. .
Jax.Uc.K80HVlI.LK I and to thrive nt anon,
Dyal-L'pchurch Building/ H(. Louis ....... ... .. .. amain/ 7 M pm live frequent small doses of B. Ilu.ct'li! Dane crying begin trol the health.THEUFORD'S.
. ., xrylmuvh to the surprise and Joy of the ...
... 1120amI.
Chicago I
FLA. METTO it for child will for
; .
: put H
.. & X. It. R.ArLnnlavllle Syrup up forelioaiul : ,rui I. ( cry 11101 her, 2."o .at U. K. Wilson A Sun.ateph.n.fu' : .
.... ..... .. 930am 12: 33 amArCliieliinntl with Ice water in the II I) und I tit the lust sign of a oroupy .. '
.. ........ 7'>Qaiu) 4 I IKV pm ough; apply frequently Uiillnrd's! Knowilnlinent ---- -- --
8. BUKNIIAM M. D. lllrthplito.
C.'t(I E. I. R. R. Slimmer!\ tulle and with hot externally to the throat 5Uo
. ... 0 IS/ tb.rolld .
Ar C'hlcn o am8011t1 In red tiled two story house on
to !Macon.rains at It. It. Wilson & :-ion. Titusvlllo, Kla.Tho a t
train from .Tnckunnvllle
water In the Winter time.Specially .
'IR; ( EO N and SPECIALIST, from 1'alHtka connect at ViiMiwla. with' --- ------ : between Newcastle and Ilcxbnui.tngland. 1
train c"l K north from ./nckx"nvlllo. adapted to family I'/ne While n..k" ;; was born George Htephenson flA (I{1110 i
for Maoon,
Kar Nose: and Throat. ;Ir nmmlninic Local ttlH |l'er8 Input,on until DixloKlver 7 30 a.train m. use, either I HH a beverage or Illustration shows a pair of tbp inventor of the first practical loco- t:, ,

"I'MM Ui.ACH: FlOUIUA.i. I'lillman. Hiitrot Sleuplnic Cars from Jarknon.vllle Vhlte Plymouth flocks owntxi by D. T. lotlve.. 011 Juno 0, 1781. He earned bU

of ran to on Ht.Dixie LoulH Flyer vlu aboveroutn train aim without riiMman'ii ohantce Uncut table drink, taking the piaI' toots, Conneraville, bud They were Itrllt regular- money-n shilling a week i

:i. IKM'i.UTOVS<< Hluopen on miiiio train to Clilt'ngo! without for tea, djU'ee, -tn. -for looking after cows, and he was.
.chunire. .. learned to read. This DMJGHT
*'or nulinilillos,\ and ntlmr Information aililromi, eighteen before he
.1. H. KAFPThllY, modeling of engines In clay was his
\TI'\I, DENTAL APARTMENTS: Or DlHtrlut\ Pan. *. Age.JaukHonvlllo 2X1 W. Mar,St.Fla. 1'rioeH for :Syrup, \ib i Pint 2""'. favorite occupation as H boy, and when

HI the "Dentog," C.H. RHODES!: 1 Quart, 75o. is Gallon, $1.a. be grow up toward manhood he bad ,
(Jelt. .'....s. Ant.., Macon, n... rl anti displayed his Inventive .
e ) charge of engines
Now= AT DAYTONA. 1 Gallon, $2.1O.Directions: .
genius! In their Improvement.

> : Two tabletipooiifuU At Inxt. In 1813. he produced his first

M. MASOy. WORMS !f fMORt need to a glass of water. locomotive which be called a traveling

engine. Lord Havens worth wan calleda f
Cute lees than lets a glus w1
I fool for advancing money for the construction (taus;

)( E TAI.IURHEOY.Xom" : In Quantity. Be.t In (4uatitV.wgxxTII2 Tropical Manufacturing Go of a 1Ot.'i>moUvu. A few years,

: : : S I however, proved that Lord Havent-

FI.OKII.A. Jacksonville .' Florida. I, worth was not no foolish as people supposed Seeds

,, for In 182. the "Stockton' and Darlington

K. EI'e'g- Cream Vermifuge Sold by J. R. WALKER, a line was opened for trulttc.BImtrlval an.1.M. pl..t.antes' Iy, win.. Lae. 1

-- RiopmI.", .LNl. it'rn Iln.. I IPsir.
FOR a0'VE.4Ite Tltusvllle, Florida. first cock and first hen at recent Cleveland L, )"CY' a 1111I- tmra ,
{ T". C.rr..'. (0f t'.rr"and. top a era
[""> Kudd, Remedies. !' show. Tim picture Is from tbe Inland dmlaura at tl.Iur.w(. All
Building Main St., Has Led all Doehla.. The path traversed by a heavy current dwl.n. I M IS M..d A.ue.l
''k !!!IBV 4 Ann a Poultry Journal. .cold. -halt am'I'll.aot..
onvl1l" Uooms through pwm
15 17. lu passing
111. EVERV BOTTLE GUARANTEED. A roloulaillbr..w who was threatened! of electricity D. M. .ItItY t 00Datrolt ..
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.KIDNEY tbe body Is a matter of great Impor Mlo'
I)I ENTIST.amb <; .- : with the ducking stool wan once laved ; Tu K..p lien nt Ham. I''
.n' dangerous Is from
r..r..RI tance. The most
LOUI by thin plea: i If want hens to stay at home and t
F. BALLARD. RT I you because. the resistance
hand to the ,
lirl.ige Work one
; ,! Wlllott
dwelt Ann make
wish to must
"You not fly over the fence, you
::::: : of the path U low and becausethe
Porcelain Inlays defender de 'lart'd. "Now bent -- ---- ---
I cure her! her < home attractive to them and tbe -

High.clans Plate Work. DISEASES : If she bo not cured! where In the gain in way to make home attractive lit to keep current passe rule near In handling the bonrt.live The Largest and Most Com.
It la good
Hence a
dm-kltitf her? And if she be" cured all the helm busy A' lot of grain scattered
conductors to use but one band. An mete Establishment South. i j
the women who now keep' a guard over where it Is bard to find will generally i
observe In rescuing apern
fatal of all dis their ton ties through distaste to be keep chickens! busy. This Is better than i Important in contact rule to with a live wire and GEO. S HACKER & SON
the most and ,
Homes are likened);; to mirh a known notorious cropping, the wings., All the IImdl..rbreeds when it U impossible to cut off the current ra
Hrold Ann will do so look
eases. contemptible 811 love to fly upon a fence Is to push the victim off with one
no longer! ;. but although It in Dot like around und then fly down on the wrong, should the current. pass
I learl> KlDMEY CUBE III aboutd become such all she, yet all side Is the foot. Even
about Vlr(? nia Land" any side cniMfhilly !If the wrong from one foot to the other through therescuer I'J:
rea'dine urr l-ro'lucts' mode>f cull- FOLEY'S Guarantied Rand; will scold a little more than now they garden. Hut they can never fly over n tile> resistance of the path is '

rhlh, n"- etc. fey rending the do the check of her example being re fence to get back. They will run along considerable and as tbe current does r I
: armer- Send We*". moved. New It 1* better that Ann. b4 the fence and try to pans' through a ;
serious Injury
the heart .
m'mt'i' Contain not pass near
subscription to the refunded. without family to .
''IIer I or money sing a single woman two Inch mesh or between close palIngs result
Is not likely to
Kmporla Va. remedies recognized by eminent afflict, ibonld go unpunished and nndncked. but they never IlK) mush as look

as the best for but despised' by all and wag op to see how high the lent Is. In Proof of n Co".p'r. I

BO YEARS physicians her tonifti an she will standing thereIn short A hen In the matter of wandering The following story Is told In explanation

.t EXPERIENCE Kidney and Bladder trouble for the whole town, than that she will never do that which she ought of the reason why tbe teaching a; '.-.-.-. ."

PRICE SOe and $1.00. should be Ktlenced and the "tongues of to do. If she In Ir when he ought to of chemistry In Turkish schools .u"

other women run more free. be out. you have to catch her and throw It ;; .;
WILSO.V & "KOX. was forbidden, some years ago.
II It.
This argument seems to have prevailed fence. As long as they can t
-- --- --- --- -- -- her over the bail been proponed that ttl) science
Foley's- Kidney Cure for Ann Wlllot was nrerducked. 'I' find grain thnt they think you have should l lx added to the curriculum but MANUKACTUKKKS OF t

.-Toutb'B Companion. hide front them b.ns will stay
tried to struck the of
k tbe flrst.tblng that eye
bladder right.
t" and Sash Blinds
1.- ... ,;; TRAOC MAMS makes. kidneys -- at home and wnrfcKmm mid Itancli. tbe ruler of the faithful) on opening ,
: (' ---- --- PER. Ring a good fellow require time, '
1J:1- OcIONSCCPVNIQHT. IIVER.\L INDI'wrKICf'14 textbook of chemistry
'I.,. "r"STEI- to travel l fur houMentalill constitution. Mere A Keiimrkable Ileconl. an elementary & Material/
&.c. each Htata money and a strong formula for water. 112 O. Moulding Building
..tHrn and dr.rAptInn may h''l eleven yean; and n:7;: will power will not ..umce..Pud:. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy! has a was the of f I
r merchant* "Is proof
4Pntenahle npllMl11 tn. Cofumanl whu b.r -o capital, to tall niion I Permanent enrairement. remarkable record. It baa )been In use "Here. sold the sultan Office A Wardrooms, King opposite 1
and profitable
i IM. I laiKlbook on Pat nt_ iicoeMful:: h i'y of I* and all We cannot guarantee to publish for over thirty years, during which timemany a conspiracy to undermine my authority Cannon 8trtiet.Charcston 4

", ,7*,Ala n;aim. ruca... traveling ear"n'ee wJ soil hotel not bill u en..ad..ane".lln.ntl l. Men.t"n terns%y..that do n"t reach this office before million bottles have been sold and In the eyes' of my subjects. II two C.'I
; Ex perlence ] S.
rVfprenwan.l tI&'h k. ellcl.-.If address. enrelope. noon on Thursdays.: us d. Jt bas long been the standard and O! That's nothing but a sly way of j {
\\1 ntific Jlnicricain. THE "-ATlt\1AL,3a-lI-room; et.,Chh'proS main reliance In the treatment of croup Intimating that IIamid II. ,In a naught"ill

(tn In thousands of homes, yet during all Cord and
Sasb !
"''''M"Y'. J........, "'r"do Notice. ::rWben answering advertisementsin : ha been reportedto Weights,
,. ''' ,...lrUN. T..m. L. a : this time no case ever Years n Dyspeptic.
4L Sodawait these columns, you would confer a the manufacturers la which It failed

HiCo& ;381Brod.r, NewTori8ALVE CONCERNED; : : T4KK NOTICE THAT favor by laying: you saw the advt. In tbe to effect care. When given as soon as 1C H. Foster, 3H s. 3d 1 Nt., Bait Lake Hardware. .
'1IIoe LL will.... Sheriff an.1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing hoarse the writes "I have been bothered
r 8t.Wa.hlu.tuey V.l: A .'& months after date 1 the child becomes or even as City : :
.. the witat of B.r will receive better attention from ) for 21 Window and Glasri
M.ofllcloAdinlnlntr-torof you croupy cough appears, It will prevent with dyspepsia or Indigestion Fancy ,
Rre.ard Conntr
NNER :Doom d...-_l. lau of the advertisers. take tried doctors without relief
anal account a* inch admuntrJrttljtsto the attack. It U pleasant to many years; many ;
'o.t rlnrlda Dnxient the my Honorable A. !> Itnurj, children like It. It contains no opium recently I gut a bottle of Ilerblne. One A SPECIALTY.

lIeaung eel"- ,?the world. ([: aald County and pray.for my FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING: or otber harmful substance and may be bottle cured me, I am now tapering off -- -

---..- inai d.ocbarge from tuch J.aamlnlMratlop.A 1'. IIRCWN/ remember the ADVOCATE: office, and given. confidently to a baby as to an on the second. I have recommended It Tar
Isms Sheriff and M-om-lo AHmlnutratnr Bo not fall to send as a share of your ad alt. For pale by all druggists and medicine I to my friend; It In curing them too." Foley's Honey and \I

a None .nd Tar of Mi wtatenta eeWeddle' work. We will please you. dealer. COo at U. It. WIUoo A: Boo, Tltusvllle. for children,**fe.ture. No opiates j ;

pncumbal*. TUle, FU. July aut WU3.: ,


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AJfu. :PBITc .ABD, President; Wx. 1(. Bs w>, y .
C. S. SCHVTIJCK Cashier. W. S. BKAXXIXG' AMI ., -.PttoI(dtt
W. DAVIS. 0:

JOCBVAL-D.TOT D TO 't'an DSYI... Heretofore we-have said very lit. HIGHER EDUCATION THE INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN.;

tie about Col. Robt.V.. Davis' candidacy -
AO BUOATITB Ar isonovs.KVBBT because we did not feel It COUNTY DEPOSITORY,

o necessary to say much. His great DEVELOPMENT OFCIVILIZATION Authorized capital, $
?VILJISZD r&U>A1.CBABLM ability and sterling worth are 10 Paid up capital ,C

well known that it seemed to us a : B '' tR ... Average deposits, sTsoJ;
H. WiI/JO. editor & rsbttab work of supererogation to attempt ::Chlctfo :;.:- ,. :

DUcontlnuanre of ..."u. nait be.made piaally an elaborate enumeration of bi, vcrattyHE .
at this 011I... or by writing.ObeeK ;. many excellent qualities of mind I Transacts a General] Bail i

and heart. What we have sale, o
be load*payable to CHABLH. .. Easiness
4Ito. may however, baa been in the bigbei
WALrotrpabllaber praise of his every act. But now .I,, ."l.-"I

la writing ttb.ABVOCATB'(If'Df.a the time seems ripe to come out and THE UNITED STATES FROM TIlE YEAI 1 !4' Largest and,Oldest Bank oa this j
tf' r 4
a MOB 01 toy kind the writer will oblige bJ'enelt_ say all that we feel in a brief way, IN WHICH HARVARD WAS FOUNDED TC Exchange bought and Krt ,n, all r
Ing t tampeoVa'ldmMed envelope.KA about the candidacy of Col. Davl OI 1 Coen,. m
for the office of Governor. ....,
.f4 r<>ua< tu1Wr')n orFlt'1-TH&!: T COA T AD"Oo His enemies are striving to mak THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OIAMERICAN ; t tmeot.and.Terr t irvmtwe PMmrt 00110='"
.. '
OAT Baton baa which opened will an"other'In charge at VH .IlaaUc..ue.of Mr. Clam the public believe that Bob Dull CIVILIZATION. Each type of inatitntion $ + Unki crantecL "IiCOIlREI'POSDVI'T1I

O.Walton. is the tool of the corporations, and for example, the New England college as it existed a hundred 1 + I'a Seaboard National Bank: ,t S .. r< ,
I is positively hostile to the great a KMioaal Bank of JackauniUl ria.
: Address all communications to masses who make up the bone.an or more years ago in New England and exists today scattered .r TUSVILLE9 FL.A.

&U'lOO.&a'l.ADVQCATE.ITlTV8TIIoL. sinuew of our country. Some few< all through the western states; or the state university which, in it

..FLOBJDA.V who do not read and have neve proper form, may be said to, be the product of the last half century -
had the pleasure of bearing Co SOUTHERN FUEL AND) SUPPLY COMPAI
----- -- ----- iti TIIE
Davis en the platform might be ; or the school of technology, in most recent years taking
of Agrlcalturj
8.Department cajoled into believing this ab.urdly place side by side with or as a part of the university; or the uni-

Weather Bureau--Jupiter, Fit ridiculous statement but those fei varsity in the stricter sense, which is the product of the last twc Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement
band ,
counted two )
comparative Blab can be on your decades-each of institution I represents A PHA.SEOF .
The following is a His record I. too well known, and type say,
meat of temperature and rainfall 22, 1003.1803 for the. the thoroughly conscientious man GROWTH or a stage of growth IN THE LIFE OF A.. '.,
week ending Tuesday,Sept. I Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick
'""" ,
ner in which be has discharge* NATION.The : ""
MAX. MI.. MAX. Mil.i the
DATSHI M 75 87 7.1 I every representative obligation to in Congress people,a.i I. trend of life in these last years seems to be toward 'that Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone&.

17 19 fjlJ 88 75 71S 85 87. 71 72 our sufficient of itself to refute the centralization which finds its most tangible expression IN THE J. K. SItTNXERLTN', General Manager.

19 W 757.'l 83 74 charge.On GROWTH OF GREAT CITIES. The same tendency has shown

!,t 2OZl 85 87! 73: M 80 TlTl:: the other hand, be Is also to itself in many of the activities which make up life, as well as in

., Ht Total rainfall 711 for 75 the week 87: 0.71Departure 74 everything conscientious that to blindly bat the jump name upoi of those things which relate to the places of living. Many have E. C. JOHNSON .

from normal rainfall for tbe corporation. Only the most hypocritical taught this as the most distinctive movement of the last quarter

from week:normal minus rainfall 1.57 Inches.since January Departure]I, demagogue would be guilt of a century. Everything points to an intensification of this move- Groceries and Fresh :Meats

plus 0.77 Inches. of such conduct, for a corporatioi ment rather than to its diminution. The city of a hundred thou- .?'IE
HAL.I*. IIABDIW Observer. that 1. with the people and doe of all ,kinds.
+ __ ._ ___ n not oppress., is just as good as the sand inhabitants fifty years ago is the city of a million today.
individual that exercises the sam WHAT WILL THE CITY OF A MILLION TODAY BEFIFTY"
"THE Ea.t Coast of Florida i I. towards his neighbor Fruits and Vegetables in Season
kindly spirit YEARS HENCE No While in
Paradise regained." man can prophesy. Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
We would not for a moment sane
tion the candidacy of any man connection with this massing together of human souls much is to 00001. '

FLORIDA ban. been blessed by tbe whose policy is to oppress either at be deprecated and much of the good in life is lost it is also true

! birth of two dally newspaper the individual or a collection of indi that by this concentration of human effort and the intense competition -
past week, both of which arrive* viduals. If he is not big enougl Lumber and Building Materi\
J on the even.tld.... These are.named, to do his duty to the whole people thereby provoked the world as a whole will be the gainer

s, The Miami\ Evening Record, and then be Is unfit for office, and should rather than the loser.

The Orlando Evening Star. Boll not be entrusted with great inter Just aa in this way great multitudes of people are brought to- Saab, Door. aDd Blinds Brick. Lime and Cement Nails and Builden1,
Hardware, MASURT'S
creditable Journals, we is not tba
are But Col. Davis
" ests. gether in the various interrelationships of common life so thereare PAROID ROOFING AND SdEATUINO PAPERS.
wish them success. The proprietors If nominated foi
sort of man. Orders filled promptly. Write at for estimates
of the Miami Metropolis stat Governor-and there I. no doub coming to exist types of educational institutions, lower and EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,

that their prospective dally wil h.. will be-the people can depend higher ADAPTED TO THIS NEW ENVIRONMENT. General Office at Eaii Gallic. Fla.

come to light about November 1st upon him to do hie duty up to tb In so far as an institution is intended to represent the life of those Yard at EAU GALLIE, TI'lUSVILLE, FORT PIERCE and West Palm BtJ
however obscure, -- -
hilt. No man,
about it their ideals and their the task beforean -
THERE: is one thing In this work need appeal to him in vain, and no common thought,

I that wholly depends upon onrselvee, Individual or collection of Individuals urban university is something as now and strange and compli- Hodges c O'Hara,

., and that is the determination to be will be powerful enough to cated as is the life, political and individual of these same cities, ..
absolutely fair with all, and forever cause him to swerve for a moment ...Manufacturers and Pealerstin.
and Just as the great cities of the country represent the nationallife
doing Chat which ii is fair and right from the side of right. Rangy CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMP
Popularity may not always follow, This ban been his political character in ita fullness and in its variety so the URBAN UXIV'ERSI.TIES Dressed

!' but reasonable happiness and con thus far, and there is nothingto are in the truest sense, as has frequently been noted NATIONAL Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings Shinjlei: t!<
tentment will always be with the indicate that he has changed UNIVERSITIES.UNIVERSITY. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for price delimi
man who Is honest with himself I one iota since he had announced --- - --- to any part of the State. Address: llmlgeg A O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff\
and always. does what he knows to himself for Governor. Those whc -- -- -. -- -

be lair and right. are attempting to* make it appeal The. Oldest. Established Grain and Sew HnnM 'be So.PUA .
that Col. Davis will give a one
tided administration in the gubernatorial rTIIE OF FLORIDA.KXCL.V8IVELY .
ONE half of the human race supports '
the other half. Those who of lice are either themselves I ( FOR HALES.) I Wm.: :: ..8... SOUrS: <& C

will work, may; those who will not, deceived or are simply resorting tc I Twentieth Year. Beginning Sept. 22, 19O3.
live on the labor of some one wbcdoes. the tricks of the demagogue. Il I I I GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,

Every able-bodied man and has not been his way heretofore,, EVE* YOCR-YEAR COURSER Agricultural.Cbeml.try.CI..n Ennlnr ring. :Me- ,
and there is nothing on which tc rhanlcal EnirlnMrlafc ieneral. Science.. Latin Science CIa: .nlm. Two...an'cnnrw In
woman be selfsupportingnot Mechanic A ru On year'.00.....In HIM nmw or Stcnncruphr and Typewriting. A 3 Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilize
a leech upon some one else;i base a claim that he will depart preparatory courne of One or two yean,M rvqnlml. ,for thorn dlrlnR. such preparation. .. ,
From his usual course as Governor, A abort amine of Ave week In Agriculture or Horticulture. PontUnuluataconrMM I I JACKSONVILLE. HA
should do his part toward carryingthe are Kino offered.. I 112 East Bay Street,
burdens of life. Those whc \. a man, he Is brainy, conscientious The ilormltorlm are.no..er. the Immediate inperrliilon of Instructor, who make
the and every. effort. to Inr.....Into the ntuilentaaipirltwblcb. lead to high mental. moral and .-\ltt.. lor Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant SjiF.
take all and give nothing sacrifice to core, pbvalcal development.. Pine Oyon..lumR"lClIlatl. and corrective trymnaatlca required I
their self-esteem and deserve the a gentleman wherever you find him of all tiidaou.. fine modern building and Aratclass equipment.. .

of the burden bearers. A. Governor, he will\ command the
: contempt respect and confidence of all the TUITION FREE TO FLORIDA STUDENTS. NO FEES. Riililznan <& Co.

people, and will reflect undying For Catalogue,address,
SICRETABT of the Treasury Shan
has a happy faculty of hitting the honor upon the great State of Flor T.H. TALIAFERRO, C. E., Pb. D,, President lake City, Fla. ;261 Washington St. ) NEW YORK.
ida. Search wherever you will, a U3 Murray Street. J N. Y.
the head and -
nail on stating a pro. -- -
braver, truer, nobler and more capibl -
position clearly in a few terse wordsIn .
be found. -. -
man ran not --- -
his recent address in Chicago on
To the voters of Florida we say : Florida PineapplesOUT
"The Business Outlook, he shut I -&RE YOU A.-
and Do as you please, but a. for us we :
mote the panic-predicters calamity -
for who is not for
exists will vote no man
howlersThere: today
no one fact, and no combination ill the people and will fight with 5: 'ia cox .L'rY.

of facts, the logical sequence' ill our to strength cry out any against man one who fac-attempts Boat Builder OwnerIf ? We represent several of the! largest shippers In your State,and wish WrePr
of which suggests,; disaster. If disaster or
comes it will be psychological, Ion to the detriment of the other. you also. Give us a trial shipment Established 3D years.

and not logical. The microbe, II =-

it exists, is in the mind ; it Is not) Georgiana. ESTABLISHED 1870.

elsewhere." You Are Buy One OfWalton's -

J. W. Bruner anti F. if. Tierce are
Aw exchange says that accordingto ibJpping lome tine pineapple this week.E. M. Lane & Son,

the record. made up by the .V.Hall and Barnes Samlera are very
boards of health in the different may Retting the latter'floe launch com! Patent Calking Tools.Invaluableto 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
large cities, 400 bright urchins are ileted. .
now members of the harp band in HI** Nellie Owen went down to Lotus,

Heaven as a result of the lockjaw xmlse rhurndar. Walker, of list until week Saturday., visiting Mine Southern Fruit and Produ(
caused by wounds inflicted with Boatbullders and Owners of Boats.In .
top pistols while celebrating the Carl Wlttfeld had the misfortune to
his bone last week. It out and
last Fourth of July. The dear lit. ountl nose a sack of corn and ate half Rot of It.F. Use all over Florida and the North. OO ,::cl.1ss1oD. :Merchants':
tie fellows be much happier in
may W. t.yman returned to his home at SPECIALfl.|
skies" which FLORIDA
that"mansion in the to bU place on Thursday of hut week. Hei PINEAPPLES OUR
they have gone, but this Is no excuse In his usual good health. Everyone .
for the existence of the toy gladly; welcome him home. Calks Boats more Rapidly than any other Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on applicatioO.c.

{ pistol, nor does It cheer the hearts Horace Sams, of Courtenay was down .---
of grieving mothers and fathers. Thursday night. and got three thousand
ilneapplo plants for himself and onabousand Calking Tool in the World.Thousand .
for Jake Field, from J. W.kuuer The Buffalo Gasoline MotorHas
GENERAL: Miles\ during his recent .

Western trip, put In some strenu. Misses Eva and Nellie Owen joined the
ous licks for good roads. While in merry party from IndUnola on Wednesay demonstratits
Chicago he conferred with officers of last week on their way to Mel Has
of the National Good Roads Asso- ourne Beach. It was one lone glad day Five Sold.
-fall of fun and pleasure for all. superiorityov
cirtion concerning certain good
roads bills to be introduced In the The duck season has opened early this for th

coming Congress. The General mds ear. one George day last Carter week was and up killed in the ten la-of Price $4 and $8 each. all other

will serve as a member of the executive the large black ducks. George knows waters.U6HT .
committee of the good road. lactly where to find the best game and
t association, and expressed himselfin I O.b always. HIGH SF
favor of an extensive system of May be obtained of the Walton Self-Looking Block Co., 404 DRAfT.
the Foley's Kidney Cure makes the dl. R8Iia I',
improved modern highways as. tad kidneys Bound so they will elimin- Atlantic Avenue. Boston; or. at the office of the EAST Absolutely
paramount Industrial necessity of poisons from the blood. Sold by B. .-
the day. R. Wilson fc Son, Tltusvllle. COAST ADVOCATE, TltusvIIle. Fla. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Bear



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est ground 1VI.A. JBJEirC: >S.et'VIIOJ..ESALE

J J' Ryman have retothetr J. H. LeTotirncan Railed\ from Gibraltar J. T. Waters has been on the sick list Lumber Is on the for the new

od 'Irl.East side home, to find on the :!ltIt for few Voik. for some days; .obool building\
1 soulful borne much damaged Hyman by The mosquito crop Is doing well, and Harry Jennings left for the north last Mrs. ChilHtonxen celebrated her 71st GROCERS

torra. Mr. and Mrs.In Iowa. my, how they bite. They have at least Thursday. He does not expect to re- anniversary last Monday

haave .punt the summer three stings apiece. turn for several weeks. John Campbell killed a large rattle Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner

'..nllltl! ,-lubhas of been officers organised underfSsii"iasl Rev. F. W. Weatlierwax and family Fred Haeger arrived home a few days sniike Monday afternoon .

leave St. Joseph, ,1\Ilch.oo the 30th of ago from North Carolina, whither he Heavy rains which fell Tuesday night
>Jf this month for Fort Pierce, where they went to recuperate lifter the arduous have amounted to several Inches.
at an will make their home for the coming labors attending. the pineapple harvest. must Bay and Julia Stn., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
sill be pllt' uP winter. We understand that Mr. Popped has

Mrs. G. E. Andrews, :Miss Andrews gone to Juneau to take charge of the toe A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
I y. B Swift and wife came We will be sorry when the Canaveral I and Mills Graco Andrews spent several factory WE CARRY ,

George ravages the gale had gets through hauling shell. It ls goodto I days In Jacksonville\ the past week, aocompanylug .
we what charming home on the see a steamer on the river. Early in I Mr. and Mrs. Chaflee and II I Mosquitoes have been quite numerous been PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
their the her smoke for the past few days. They have
o morning Is seen and it is 1
'tie. They have as their guest suou a pleasure to watch her two soon thus far on their journey to- very scarce for the past three months. Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas in season.
who comes progress.
of Illinois, wards their home in Toledo, Ohio.C. .
,r Tales, mall In at 7:20: and solicit consignments of Frulte and Vegetable.
recreation from his guberj Old Boreas still has us In his grasp. Our now comes j"We
and B. Glfford has returned from his
leaves at 8:00: instead of going out at t
We .. _.
are nearly blown to pieces, and there
j duties. home In the ---- ----- --- -
northwestern tour, reaching It did -- ------- -------
to be 7 .KM and coming in at 11 MO as
has recovered from his seems no immediate prospects of a bent of health and In time to enjoj: (?) the heretofore.
e Lewis during the storm of the change. The weather, however, Is so Infinite number of mosquitoes >t per.Gist Melbourne
cool and the breezes altho' Miss Harris our school teacher, left I
K"ft Titusvllle on MondayEl too strong in making \life wretched. We have ,
., It would tax many a for comfort, are very Invigorating, therefore seen them In /greater numbers but never Friday for bet home, having receivednews
of the death of her brother and the
businessliitenerable we see no occasion to grumble.Mrs. .
Lad attend to the so vicious as at the present time. Perhaps
to gentleman of nearly Amy T. Blake and her dear little the hurricane baa developed their illness of her father. KIT": Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE,

|P years accomplishes every day. daughter, Helen, left, Tuesday morning, I natural tendency of lawlessness towards A few Invited friends enjoyed a pleas received paper of the East Po.Coast tolHoe., will tx
at the Melbourne
the comfort of and beast. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
la* for New Haven, Coon, for a visit. Miss man ant evening at
J.Cestlpalm Beach P P'J1101. Helen will\ retain this fall, while Mrs. Oleson. last Friday, In honor of Freddie
BIJrb The four and last social was
paw-paw RICHARD W. OOODB -Real KiUtn Notarj
Ksd"I the Mb7 Anderson:: Blake will go to Boston for the study of given last week by Mis. E. J. Luce. A Olesoq a third anniversary I'utmo and Conveyancer.. Agent for Attn ,

KM Annie Eulalle Dean, one ofKB'S music. bits Bl.ike has decided; talent, large number Invitations were loaned. :Mr. Arnold has had some Improvements Llrerpool. and Lonilonand Olul, llartfonlI'roviilenoe an<.
> ; Piof.Lived and we predict for her a brilliant success. affair successful and his store In the of Washington: fire Innnranoe Com.
rmlogdaughters. The was fully as made In way pan I.... Special attuntlon paid to the Interests
Saturday evening with bill Mr. and Mm O. A. Robinson wilting up-to-date as its predecessors It Is to narrowing shelves which. greatly Improves ot non,residents. ..
La sill receive a royal welcome, from Sacra:: Fee, New Mexico y say they be hoped that. the trees which has pro the appearance of the place. e e \ 1

Kiends are legion. are on their way to Kancns, after unending duced such remarkable and delicious well attended DR L. A. PERK: -PHYSICIAN' AMDlUwlilxnoa Boeniene LOOK TO YOUR EYES.If .
fruit will respond as readily to the future The cemetery picnic Meltxntrne.. lieu lalllv, Brenda, defects weak
week th Ir old from or
who a delightful among > fenced and In good suffering any eye
Clark of Daytona, and the cemetery put Tuesday and Friday afternoons.
iKvelvo, and eloewheie. care of its owner, that we may call well-appointed optical -
Ln of Miss Anthony for friends Socoiro They order. Lots are now for sale and those right at my new
s guest dn nut know just when they will\ return gather at the call of our late entertainer institute. Special, complete lense I
locks bad the mUfoitune to sprain who come first will have first choice. Seth Rodes has gone to Oak Lodge for
almost on they are having such a good time and when the paw-paw season comes again. grinding outfit In connection.
Ale on Monday evening, We understand that Mr. Leoheter, of a few days.
It are so Dn. E. H. ARMSTRONG
home. ,
for C. B. Gifford bad exception
loftier departure Mrs. an three weeks here
Chicago, spent Miss Jessie Goode went to Cocoa on
lutes, her remaining among her It is wonderful how news tiavels. ally line afternoon for receiving the Tib time has arrived home In good 11 Laura St. Jacksonville\ Fla.
some ago Tuesday for a short visit.
for afewnipr. after the heard there
Right storm we
here who are legion, bals Country Club on Thursday last health and speaks well of his trip
[ Her departure Is greatly was a Mallory liner ashore but,ween here Games and sociability were. In order until through Florida, especially White City. Parties wanting a nice clean health) rt..
Ld., and Fort Plaice. Later we heullit: wasa refreshments came on, when all did place tollveln, bail better try Melbourne
of Marvin_ L rope causes three masted schooner loaded with ample Justice to the spread which was A quite weeding took place Saturday Rockledge. ;y
eparture his large circle of oranges and cocoanuts. And the whole served 'on the veranda. Mrs Gifford evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. The Improvement to Hotel Carleton

regret among: returns to the Wesfcmrva story was this: Capt. John Miller went proved herself an ideal 1 hostess, lookingwell Fludley. Mr. A. I/ Parker, of this place still. goes on. The new addition wll\
Mr. Pope in Cleveland, O., to the beach after the storm, and at to the Interests of her guests. Only and Miss Brown of Quay, were united soon be completed.Mrs. A. II. Smith Is putting up a new plazea -
College, residence of
study of Journalism. The Oceola, Capt. Richards' old camp, he club members were present; and, all expressed by the Rev H. H. Sturgls. They will 11. W. Goode came home last Sat on the north side of

S Brae his has a brilliant future. Ills found oranges had blown off a tree, he themselves as having had a very reside In Mr. Hardee's dwelling. urday after three months spent with relatives William Merwin.

man bright Intellect and picked them up and brought them home enjoyable afternoon. and friends In Chicago, and In I A letter from A. It. Wyat's daughtertells
disposition l tit him for any positionbe and that was all there was to it. One of gentlemen Foley's Honey and Tar is peculiarly Sangatuok, Mich. of the 'wreck of their house by a

called upon to fill. The oom- We still think the Star's Jensen correspondent Is vacationing our-popular at the far young north under the adapted for chronic throat troubles, and S. '1'. Mlddleton and family returned falling\ tree during the late storm at Ft.
wish him God speed. should take back seat will positively cure bronchitis, hoarseness Lauderdale. No one was hurt.
1 generally a cliffs of the Green Mountains. His de- home Thursday after a pleasant visit to
Dr. Houghton is that he since reading his latest effusion, far parture from Florida's hospitable shores and all bronchial diseases. Kefusesubstitutes. the Noitli. We are pleased to have II. J. Peck, the boat builder of Miami,
from Wilson A Sou.
i back, at least, as Chattahoochee. We detain Sold:: by here of Cocoa had! unpleaaantexperience
Houston are sitting by l1resterille was not especially pleasant, being them among us again. formerly an
never heard of the Jensen "blind tiger" dining the hurricane the
the goodof ,
Ohio eating
Miss Eva Bellinger Is again teacher In
outfit, but he evidently refers to a for- roof being blown from his dwelling +
land particularly
!the mer Jensen merchant, who Is now In his the Melbourne public school, which
lut they anticipate returning to and knowing how the poor man ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. opened last Monday It Is needless to The brick pillars are about all In place

I before many moons. While them we as grave.suffered It would seem as If he might be EAST COAST say the children are now happy for the foundation of the new freight depot
Iiilmo having
Daytona on at Coooa. Sam Chllds Is placing
allowed to rest In We are glad if Ham Martin to take a
that peace. Capt. was ,going:
are many
Btliens, the regrets them. The building will boot good slso.
said kind work for him when he
H'alm Beach has lost the genial we a party of young tolks from Melbourne
|and his wife for a time at least. was living, for surely no matter how depraved r cffA and Eau Gallle, last Tuesday, to Cocoalu J. J, White writes that lie will be back
a person may be a good word his lane ch, Dreamer, but as a heavy about Octobers and that It occasionallygets
;ale of tho llth did quite a good could do him no harm. We never knew wind storm came up suddenly, they a little cool, when a little lire is

j damage to the Free Reading any 111 of the person referred to. He decided to remain at home much to the pleasant, but as yet they have bad no q

Standing as it does on the lake was honest and upright as far as we JI disappointment of many who wanted to frost In Bends county, Michigan.
Bit got the full strength of the knew, and we heard expressions of sincere ? see the play In Cocoa; but we hope foi
1 executive committee is hav- regret on every hand when he was better luck next time. Monday and Tuesday were btisy days }

Biltn made, under the supervision ill, and were told that great number, with almost everybody here, as the storm
who has added black attended his fun brought down much rubbish and moss.
I Yarborough, both white and ?
It ..U had to be picked up and got out of y
I letters
for the former
or more piles a stronger eral. Undoubtedly,
T. editor the PhlllpHburg\ N. J,
Lyob, ,
the The roam to Cocoa was thickly
I braces Inside the brilliant\ way.
and placing of the Star's correspondent were used
Pout writes 1 have
I upstairs and down. Aside from specimens, and have done much good, kinds of medicines, for coughs and many ooldi strewn with palmetto leaves_ and moss.

er covered boobs, very little dam- and he would do well to have them published In my family but never anything so good A number of Cocoa and Rockledge

B done to the library.HEMORRHAGES.' in book form, or whenever the desire as Foley's Honey and Tar. I cannot say young people took the family of Mr.

comes upon him to write, try to con too much In praise of It." Wilson &. Son Illbbs by surprise last Wseinesdayeven-
D OF THE trol It, and send one of the old letters tug and had a pleasant evening's enjoy-

3,-"Several years since my lungs and have It republished. We will go serenely -+rn-n ment In a social 1 way with dancing and

badly affected that I had many on and write of our "pink teas," r J Lotus. refreshments. C, H. Htbbs made it very
bagel," writes A. M. Ake, of "euchre parties," "socials." and the doing r pleasant for the company, and all who

ilnd. 'I took treatment with sevIjslcians of the "four hundred," knowing/ that were present appreciate the kindness
without any benefit. I there are plenty of people who do like to E. K. Provost returned first of last shown (lien,.

prted! to take Foley's Honey and bear about them, just as we like to read .., ,. week from an outing of two months The public suliool at Cocoa opened
1 lungs are now as sound as a of all the pleasures and Innocent gossip r VIl ll Ir
my from all the other towns. There Is eel C. D. Provost and Jos. Canatta, ofGoorgiana Monday morning, with a full corps of
I recommend it In advanced
TAI a i'r were visitors here Sunday, teachers, under ['roflssorVaketleld.. The
remark In "our 1
111 natured!
>f lung trouble." Wilson & Son. dom ever an attendance was I large and! everything
-- -- own pink paper's" coirespondence. Dr. 'apron and family expect to leave started out propitiously I'rof. Wake-

; p New York this week for their Lotus fit 1.1 Is principal and comes hue from

Stuart. Dale County Land For Sale. home Ooala. MHS| Miller, of Melbourne, and

J. I). Knnls and wife were in Lotus,, the Minxes Mime of Bonayenture, are
Sunday, tie guest of H. A. Osteen sue] the assistants With a good corps of
pplet are going forward dally- For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter family. teachers, a good building and most favorable
carload going out each day. of southeast quarter of section 3, township -
The storm did no material damage at conditions, the school should be
Olsen departed Sunday for a O. K.38 Wood's, south of pineapple range 41 east plantation; close on to ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. this place, and all feel thankful that It a model one "f

II trip In the mountains of .
up was no worse.J.
Also, the northeast quarter of north- \ N. Chalker has had his grove mowed DOCTORS COULD NOT HELP 11E1.1 ..
Craig fell from a building Mon- east quarter of section 18, township 38, TilE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITU8VILLE. also A.O. Lapham, which add! much -" had kidney trouble for years," writes

WaWa, and bruised himself up south of range 41 east; on south fork of ="'=- ___ _______ ____d_ _______ to their_appearance M Raymond Conner, of Hhelter: Waab'l
rably.od St. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to anil the doctors could not help

Mre Chas. Woodward enter- CHAS II. 'WALTON, ed In various ways by unexpected business Fort Pierce.Jack C. F. Walker and wife visited Mrs.Walker's tried Foley's Kidney Cure, and the very
a party of friends at flinch Wed. \ Titusvllle, Fla. In Jacksonville. He at last: had parents, Mr. and Mrs. Linda- first dose gave me relief and I am now

evening. the pleasure of proceeding to New York I berry, of Georgians, last Sunday. cured. I cannot; say too much for Foley'a

Schroeder ia back In Wal- city, thinking that there he would enjoy Ilussel has been spending a few Some of the farmers are getting their Kidney Cure. Hold by Wilson A Hon.
blnll'l big storo. Mr. Hitching Jensen. the good time that he had been anticipating. days In town. I ground ready for fall plantlogr and quite
three Alas, for human expectations. a few tomatoes will ant d. : '
clerks. showers have fallen In this Eau Gallie.Cool
Reaching that ]Mecca of fond hopes he I .
Ifell ID torrents here on Tuesday J. II. Baker made business trip to found he was Just In time to participate section lately.Dr. Cora and. Ouy M no son and Mis Nellie -

A heavy gale of wind blew ate Fort Pierce, last Saturday. In the Saturday:! half-dty cloning/ system, C. I' Platt returned from a trip up Owen, of Georglana, were pleasant vial
Mrs. Walker several last weather since the
tots 10 days
pleasant severe
time would be
lasting about an hour. We are having showery weather again connequen'ly he the state last Saturday
oool and pleasant. transact such business as he had Intend. week. __?_____ _______ blow of last week
gardeners have started to work and It Is Arthur Jennings returned last week
Lana( 'Is being Prepared and will\ ed. The next day, Sunday, proved to be from a pleasant visit to his former home Avoid serious results of kidney or bladder 8. I). Whltaore U putting a new i gallo-
Our citizens are very busy repairing equally "dry" for him. When Monday disorders by Uklnir. Foley's Kidney lent tank In his launch the Falcon.
f"1 as soon as the rainy season is the damage done by the recent storm. dawned he realized that he had struck In Pennsylvania. I f
Cure. Hold by li. K. Wilson & Hon.
The Enl I. In harbor
yawl King lying our -
have returned In small the famous city Ht an 111 time as It was The carpenters are at work straighten '

*Bradford" and family will leave numbers The mosquitoes, but we trust not to stay long. Labor day, therefore a legal holiday. He ing up the Masonic building Contractor. awaiting repairs on Hodgson's ways.
to join her husband at Miami. was no dUgusted he concluded to resume Roy lance Is In charge. Indianola.Mrs. The recent rains have put the waters
sorry to loose this interesting The new school building\ Is being made his travels at once, and return "to his of the Eau Gallle river to a high level.
ready for the opening of the school on first love" later on. But fickle fortune Ed Traynor, of White City, returned

.LeMler and W C. Teaser, two Monday, the 28th. bad In reserve a good antidote for his Wednesday evening after a few weeks' Donnelley has been \III\ for a few Messrs. Bryan and Thompson have one 'r
efforts visit In New Jersey and other tltat: s. of the fastest and best equipped Hsblng
blessed bin
of the disappointment, having with billions attack but Is
grip,were In town preached a grand sermon days a severe
Rev. Sawyer launches Eau Uallle's rl
tUesday, taking orders for their In the Town Hall last Sunday at 2:30 p. In the gold sections of Vermont, Contractor 11. I. Klopp bu'the capi- reported better.Miss et.
IY& firm. small congregation. whereby he Is the happy possessor of tal to build a house for Mfr Eddy Edge: W. A. Huffman Is having his new residence -
to a Alice Sander. and her the
"' m. several nnggeta, which will probablycause but the weather has been very much guesU, treated to two coats of paint. The
masted schooner Mary B. ar- Geo. E. Coon and mother and sister, an Inflation of self esteem to such against carpentery lately. Misses Davenport with other friends grounds are also being attended to. I e;
PPort Tuesday morning with a Miss Mattie, returned last week from degree that be will return borne wltb made a trip to Melbourne Beach Wednesday
?' i Wnolloe and oil for local mer- their summer's outing. They look hale a gusto as an old forty-niner. Miss Ellis, from IJemorelt. arrived of last week. The M. E. church building will be a i.
The IIChoooer cleared from Jack- though their trip did them as great last week on a visit to her brother. credit to Eau Oalile. T. J. Shave 'Is the ,
and hearty as wbo the
on the 101b.Brol. She Intends spending the winter and attending The men were out on range principal promoter of the good work. J
good. Rockledge. our good school. three days this week rounding up cattle,
bad a force of men at work Master Karl Schuyler will leave on the report a great deal of water every where, Mr. Christian, an employee of the East r
t of the I 28th Instant to return to Rollins collegeat Clyde Keller returned Monday night which makes their work much harder. Coast Lumber A Supply Co., at this 1
their new wharf- They are being Winter Park. Ills mother will\ accompany after an extended trip through great point, has gone tor a well earned outing
n with We There U a large crop of sweet potatoes Miss Haiti* Bower passed through the
a Powerful force him as far as Titusville. many of tbe states. He left next mornIng -
pump village Monday, on her ,return home Dr. Sarah U. Hodgson and the Misses
being In this part.The
sunk for East Palatka to relieve the
about agent
five teet. On wish Karl much success. :
where she had been Florence and Been)
t of high red rust Is affecting the orange there for a few days. (rout Courtenay, to Hodgson spent Sunday
lpended. water operations have Capt. John Hamilton and his ladened of the here. visit her sister, Mrs. DeVoe Sam and last on the Atlantic Beach returning d
In groves
schooner have returned from Jacksonville SWOLLEN little niece. In the afternoon
Ides are I burden of gasoline Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dymmock were calling FRET TO AN IMMENSEHIZE."I '
b very hllh here DOW and \ with the usual Dr. Geo. Dill, orange grove Is a sight John Asplnwall, of New York has
bad trouble bad that ,
Salmon kidney so
"ater dam- and Mrs Sunday.B. e
II no Mr. .
ru hlngover the sand The Captain reports on
and oil.\ to behold. Kvery tree Is loaded and
be Inshore I could not work" J. J. Cox,of Valley placed an order for a sailboat In which
tat it end of May Mountain age from the recent hurricane. I_. Johnson bought, at the Cham- View, Ky., "ray says feet were swollen to bending to the ground with fruit, both will be placed a motor. U. fl. Houston

annel appears' to be cutting out a The public school at Jensen will open bliss sale, three full blooded Durham Immense size and I was confined to orange and grape fruit. It is estimatedto has the work In hand.J. .
"' my
fch water ulch we hope la the cue. the 28th Instant, and Supervisor cows and one frail blooded bull, paying bed and unable to be double the crop ever produced be-
Monday, physicians were give
has next W. Rowiltter has purchased a lot In
made chan- and for the
F deep and the tOO fore.
tunlt all the eacb for cows
wishes patrons fo
'inlet, also lodlan Hull me any relief. My 'doctor finally prescribed Eau Oalile and will\ build shortly. Mr. r
at River
school at 2 m., *s J, .aphara now that the
we are 'n'ormed.' friends to visit the p. bull.Geo. Foley's Kidney Cure which made guava cropS HoMiter Is a member of the Indian River -
There Is
Water on Santa ten they will be entertained at that hour. F. Paddlson was here last Friday a well man of me." Sold by B. R. Wilson out of the way, Is working on his new and Lake Worth Fish Co.
Lucia or Gilbert taking orders for orange boxes He was A Son, Tltusvllle. packing house which makes the fourth

t Hide For Life. having very good success as he Is selling one built; In this place within the past It Is rumored that our popular teacher -
rful A Boy' Wild a very floe box made Bond 4: Co., In two: year, which Indicates an Increasingpro.persty took an Impromptu bath on Sunday f
Ollds Against Him. With family around expecting him to their new mill. Are You Going North ? la the orange Industry of Indlanola. last while out fora spin on Indian River.A .

einfland' destitute. Such die and a son riding for life, 18 miles, to Mr. and Mrs. Koalong, of Philadelphia wet salt of clothes was the only dam
J! condition old Dr. King's New Discovery: for Con- visiting their old friends, Mr. and Get your tickets over the Clyde Line, age.
b of an get W.II.Brown are from to New York. What i. Life? #
r Colda Jacksonville
Dame of JJ. Havens Ver- I lomtlon,Coughs )[rs. B. L. Johnson. Mr.Boulong l. a
O. death's H. WALTON Uuckleu' Arnica Salve.
endured CHAS.
For fnd., agonier wholesale dealer in Agent,
'd 1Pan he wu troubled of Leesville, wonderful large Importer and In the last analysis nobody knows, but
TI tanl11e Fla.
ney dl ea and neither doctors I from asthma; but relief and soon spices, rug, etc. we do know that It U I under strict law. Has world wide fame for marvelous

Iclneljf"e relief. At length bet I medicine gave Instant "I seep Abuse that law even slightly, pain lure.Is surpasses any other salve, lotion s

I htrlc i'tterS now Wm on his : cured him. lIe writes" :I lke now marvelous USED FOR PNEUMONIA..-Dr. C. J. Draylag. results. Irregular living means derangement ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns,

he teattfiea: 'soundly every: night. < Bron- Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., says s "I have of the organs, resulting In constipation Burns, Bolls, BorN Felons Ulcer,
sane tad to complete recoverJ.: cares of Consumtlon, Pneumonia, 1U used Foley's.Honey and Tar la three very Draying or hauling of all* Inds promptly headache or Liver trouble. Dr. Tetter. Salt Rheum. reVe1'SOrell, Chap

1 fit T chltts, Cough.,Cold and Grip and prove Lung' severe case. of pneumonia with good results attended to. Meets all trains. Bust King's New Life Pills quickly re-adjust ped Hand, Skin Eruptions'; for piles).

'D loran of Stomachs and liver matchless merit for:>ll bottles Me and $.. In every case" Refuse sabctitnte ness promptly attended to. Ibis. It's gentle! yet thorough. Only U5at Cure guaranteed. Only 23 o at all Drug-

I. Only SOc Guaranteed by all trouble' Guaranteed stores. Sold by B. K. Wilson A: Son. W. B. EXOLISH, Titusville. all drug storss. Is t.
Trial bottles free at all drug f





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Let Us Thresh the The first War. of Vmlnit r.trolennPoi > Florida East Coast R.

San .!<... Scale'

In spraying experiments with crude
Matter OutNo .. yn, LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In
petroleum for Fan Jose scale at the Effect May 28
Potash-No Fruit New York agricultural station no Injury ,
-tE D DOWN. *
No Phosphoric Acid-No Seeds was caused by the 25 per cent _l RTH8"I'ID" REAO

emulsion to peach trees, but In Nw/9 1aTD, 1 -
; No Nitrogen-No Leaves I Dally. Jhaay; I STATIONS. :I Ml\. 18 No'18
40 cent and I'
every case per higher percentages L.BoJaokaonvllU I'alr.

; These three caused, serious injury to European I N I '0 a LT...............Jaok.ouvllle .. .....,.,, .\, -
I t OeIt041a .................. .......... .. L\ 4 //II"" : s
things must plum trees and to apple trees E e !!:O 810 60 .. ........ .......,.fit.Auguatlne. ............. .... M I 11O
be when the emulsion was applied daring 0( 118.. ..................... Ha.Llnflf............. .. ,I N",,,
suppliedto rr I .: 157)fIfll San .... ..... ..B. Pal.tks.. ...... ... I Ie ., .1.0 eO
your evil the fall or winter. Early spring applications ,.211I. p r.... .............. 'alatka.. ....... ] \ Nu4NN
of the 40 per cent emulsiondid 0< illl Ih LT... .. ..... ...... yaUUa. ... .. .. Atl,r""iTjiLT ': '! ]!

Write to UK 110y .. Ar...............BAD Maieu........ .. ,. D
.1 I not Injure apple trees. Pear and p.;: epa ... b J0 i a.L".S..." Matoo.. ....... .. At'' "

C, and we will cherry trees were not harmed by the t 0( .19a> t1t .................. .. ..... ...---r: .' C0{
send you emulsion or undiluted, petroleum even .. .0 r 17D ..........Bunz ni....'...... ... r .: I
books j .. .* .. ....................*.Duponc.. ..... ...... '
pl some when applied during the fall or winter ( CC.E6! 11p ... Ormoncl .... I or'L"I"I'. :
giving the ........Dayton ... f SCIpU.
I The experiments to ascertain tbo 00( < .IOII! O
., gist of the whole matter percentage () I 21" e ZUp ......Port Orange..... ........ ""I'- 1 a'' .. 9 61p
of pHrclcnin required to kill ';k e41047 : 00 s .......N..w Smyrna.: .... .I flip
Co no la a ISJ> ..Oak 11111..f!
the scales ,
hlhrrmitluic also uniform 1 II II
UKKMAN KALI MOIIJK gave :!!: ( .10 Gal a Up .,. TltHSTillo ..... dr IP
to lSaMi St., New York r'I % siou failed to affect the scales materially ... .: tll.0f, IISD .........Roakledgn ...,,,. I .II... ;'''7 alp'
112..0.1'. S4q V ..Eau Oallln....... .' .',!!
I while the 4o cent and higher '
per '
111IIIJJ.I.Ste. p..Melbourne..... P'
killed them in in ( coD: .1011 j p .. 8baatlan ............ .... I ..:" >
percentages every Q t 1 1s' 0.. ... ................ s Lurl.............. 9 I 0< "llIS"
stance. b. .0. I I I' "d ................... .Ft.l'lero.......... ..13 o iII.1
Taken us n whole, these experiments Tri- Ycekly failings se..fit. t t. Iflp ...................Tlbbaol.................... 111 CORifi6o..qls
slaw t. 411..11 .....................EdeD.................. / :'
Indicate the following: .7sDa.E Up ,................... Jenaen .................. flu .8.V'1
Free and First.Vigorous tree probably BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. jAmpls! ; t I 69 a e n p ...................... Stuart................ .... >111a P' C;
/ are I.lo F t p ................., Hobo Sound............... .. 71100vIDb/0
Accented Masons. less l liable to Injury by crude petroleum I/a:; s s 49 a J 0''P ................L.West Jnplfcr...... ... .. .... IJU 37 .III ''os.'.
than weak s42Oas p ................WssIPalmBeaoh............ i f( O Wi
ours.Second.Peach Calling at Charleston, S. C.. both ways) : .es465a.to. ....................Bnynton........... ?.. } W. I lit
and plum trees are se sgmse/ip ...................... .aU'I.Ht!>
more sensitive" to crude petroleum than The Finest in the Coastwise Service 0( 01 a e I O t. Lauderdale....... ....... Be.a071r CI -4,,
indjhn No. 00 Steamships tl t e 11II a 111 p..5 Hn.llandal.......... ,....".. It 7 31 /. A 67S
.... '
apples, cherries or pears. selOae City:: .........,., : en
River ; \ 'rltuBvllle"Lt 'l'hh'd.-'l'hpre Is 1 less danger of Injury The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ,00..0' . ..Miami ..... ..... .... .. tv'e70pph0m' -

It trees are sprayed In early spring Direct Service Between SCnJDtn.E3! OF BRANCH LINES.

IKe. Floi..ld.i., than:! during the full or winter.

"Hold' It* ninutiiiin the n<*onil l and, fourth Krl- f'oul.th.-Tbo 25: per cent emulsion of. Jacksonville, Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. BAinPOBD! BKANCH.BT1TIONS. ORANOa CITY 8R1NOg
.day ft e.wli mouth, ii.th..lr mom' Indian' Itlver ,
Hotel, Tithe rule, ut 7:MO o'clock p. ui.J. Tiidu iv'lroleunj and water cannot boImpended (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) No. IIPally I : : :! [ No. 12 No. 3 I I I No. I I I BTATIOMI.
to kill the hibernatingKcnles DIL.ly Dally Dally L.all

T..1 ..Carrntlifirn$ahdr., Heulor Wornliljiful'Wiinlun.: :\ Master. in the upon latitude! of western New louthlxmnilifortbbound.... .... .. .... ....... .SEMI. .. ..-.WEEILY. 8AII.IX08. .. ... ..e. ..from Lewis Wharf, Boston .rrHalLv.1-06 a IT............:,....Tlhmvlll. .Mlmot .*. ....,... ......,..A.Ar. .flj-37p hOp 1 OOp
S B. W. tUintll '"ulor Witnlim. ... ...from dot nt Catherine Street, JankHcmvllle M.
J. ]M.Dixon, Tr4Knr York, while the 40 per cent has proved US a Lv..Osreen.; t ..........Ar fit >See .544 i all lie Lv ZiSWl j1 pp
F. A. Morgan, Hnnrotnry' efficient ------ ----------- .. -.-- -------- ---- ft M al.T.. ...... ..Knterprlsn... .......ArnllOOii .i3ChprlllhiaLytranu, ,i IECp
:: 'I : .t 80 Ar..... $.t.f'rd..Lvsh)8oa 5400n114SaAr,
II. K.:Brown, rimplaln./ a ? (hrl i i"NoTTajNi" > 3171r:
Fifth. Much should be River Line.
pains takento St. Johns
J. H. Walker, Hunli Uuaonn. Clyde
1 25 No. 23 NO' I 7f9 No. f 7Dully. 30 No 1-i
P. W Roberts Junior Deacon.F. : avoid overdrenchlng the trees. Only IIIIL'and MAYPOHTBllANOH. No Yt
?,Tjiylor' Hniilur. Hr wanl.' Dollar Line. ] Daily, Dulli ,
F. A. Ixmley. Junior ttuiward.. enough of tho emulsion should be applied ( ) ) Sunday only l Dally exbun Pillya ox.d r i Dally n.. ,ulAltUSEOpaI43
M. K. EnglhI.h Tylor. to wet the bark evenly and thor IIETWEEX .fACKhONVILLE AND SANFORD. _

.... ._ ._ oughly. tf'I'I'I..1C At falutka. Aitrtr. St Prmii-U. Hi-reMf.ml! ((1)01..01). !), nud interiuedlaM laudInicHun e4IIpi3C7a's0aonLv..Jank.oaiIl..Ar.7ens\ < t lei "i : .. 'lJn.
-- the I't.JOIIII'.luv"r. SS60y. 83 p. U I 0) I' IIIJII..IL". .80.J..k.onolll..1.] 6 RJ:I.,Ha .;,". ,i .3
Washes.-The resin lime mixture and dp .0 I' : ltp i 301.\ iOpnlOOOa'Ar' ..P.bl.B esck..IvsII "IM. 8 ., ()? -i; ;:0 pt l!?
A NW "POPPY.JLItf government whitewash did not adhereto STEAMER\ "f.()U141' CAl'l'" r. H. BROCK, .10 33p e It. a)p I 49 p (10 14 a .......IIa.II. Buok..Lr I 0 i--i.fi' .r. 4: I: SI.)I' .|
IS APPOINTED 'Vu) SAIL AS FOLLOWS: .10 6J 1> .7.. 8 E7 I' a 3 OJ I>:|'10 BJa.II.yp"n..L., i 0 u, e : ,;iu> ., :2 :: : {17 J5,
the trees well and apparently bad IAI"v. Fiat Catherine Street,JnckDoiiTlllo n: the Favor 11* Old Oriental bat but little effect on the scales.-W. II. Lmve 5imn. m. .. ... ... . .. .... .... ... MonOayn. and Tunnilays The*** Tlm Thl i.eshowthetlmnsstwhlrhtrain.inevh". i.s ,. ...i d
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a Jordan, Oeneva.i. N. Y. Cen'I Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. 'lor. due. the Company hold Itself rMp mt.lble for any delay or c..n'rom. nr
The oriental poppy (bractentum).
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i rhottt Daagnlflcrnt bloom makes It a favorite YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING P'. M. IRONMONGER,JR.. Aunt.0..... Penn age; i04.Wont Hay St.,. ar'kmmrllle. Via.
In the lower garden, him the When you take (trove's Tasteless Chill W. l>. C'DilTKit, .,r.lLow..1. rrt. Aict. J..k..u"vlll.. C LUVILL. AH t. Supt.. JaoknonTllIe.JOHN. KEY WEST AND TiAVANA Q
A RI), Superintendent, Foot Hogan !St...laokBonvllle, Kla. .
drawback that but one of Its gorgeous: Tonic booatine tho formula IH plainly A.{,I. IIAdKUTY tent. KWlt' Pass.At. New York :'LYDB MII.\K/lH-n. Frt. Ant.; New York.
end printed on every bottle showing that it Is TIIKO.: M. KCHKIt: (.enural Ma-mfcer.; AVM. f OI.VKK & n.? Ue"eral Agents PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA
stalk. A
flOTvcrs nppoiira on Imgly: Iron and Quinine in a tasteless (I.ebrnnj(11 KullilliiK, 19 Atatn St., Opposite Kattery Turk, Nuw York.
r French experimenter. In the effort to lOUT" BOUND N07TN
Improve this condition bus o.-rn. No 0111'0. No pay. iiOctn.Ihe C. II. 'VAL'rUN.gc.mt., Tltuivllle Flu. x.--Ml&mllluu.1'bu! ; ,...,.... ... .....,..... a OOa i Lvtiw .. lit UUtNDenaAloii.
upon produced .. tr Key We.t au...Tbur.. ...... ........ .. 1700 I ArKryWest 11I'10" Fr,
full of --- ---- --- ------ --------- -- -- -- --- - -- -----
n new hybrid n cross Ksy Wedt Sun. Thur. 10 30 Lv Kry West Turs. Rut
brnctvattim wltb pllotum. Ilnil With the Mind vVlnltor lrHavnn&Monb'ri.. .,:::::::: :::::::::: y ion ArMfemiTues. Rut., I.;
poppy 1 poppy
r -Why don't you open your S JB<> I>
For copy of Local Time Card or other Information lultlren. sal ?
windows and let In some fresh air?

J'lllhllllll-UeL'aU do D. KAH1TER Asst. Gen. Pass. ST.
as sum as wp Agent., AUGUSTINE :
wo'llI.t/ in some stale air that cornetlst AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
next door starts pluylng about this

time of night.-Exchange.
-- o a'lt 114
\3EFRQ\\ NEII'lull'!!
A Kollower. of Precept.Simpson COLUMBIA 'l .

-You blow' your own born a WASIIINdTON, BAI/riMOIiE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, .' 'iJ t."V__ ThL CLEVELAND
good! den /O

JiMiklnaWII. If you want a thing Two Elegant Trains Daily -.. ?...f c"'<*< BURU
well douo do It yourself.-Detroit Free rbrrtll: II@I\\\

I'rctlll. Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. r lM j

n..for wo bring happiness. others MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY cent ,

WP must' lust" be hnppy ourselves, nor LINE Operating Dally Tlnonuh Sleepum\ .InckHonvlllo) to New ileans. Sf LOUIS l ll RlHP1CXD
{vlll haiplnetw) II hide within us unlesswe
I confer It on other*.-Maeterlinck. For full Infoimntluu and sleeper rertervHtloim cull oi any Agent! ACViI4L4S

Seaboard. or write. LOUBWL -
Mrs. Mollie ..Allen of Mouth Folk Ky., %

,1r says she prevented attacks of cholera A, O. MAcDONKU, A kt. Oen. I'USB. Agt. S. C. BoY I.STON, ".'''H. Agt..IACK&ONVIM.K UXIMlv 44
( lorbiiH by taking Clinmborlaln's Htonich PiTY
and Liver Tablets when she felt an NARRHO /

i attack coming' on. Much attacks ale u it- I'-
ally oaiiHnd'by Indigestion/ and those
tablets are just what Is needed, to cleanse

f the stomach and ward lIT tho approachng Atlantic Coast Line
attack. Attacks of bilious oollo may R'y. i
I be prevented In the same way. For sale
l by all druggtMts and medicine dealers.

------ The (Great Through Car LIDO from Florld.i. RG spa

1 With (1..1 Keneon. C
She-Now that wo are going to be TO TIII: JAST.
latter of which bus the Horlferous ePA'h
imrrliil we mii 't begin to nave. I'roin- Over Its own rails Havnnnab: Charleston Ulrlimund and U'aHhington, thencevia
characteristic that the oriental poppy the I'pnm.vlvnnl1Hallroll'l.. DL C
lien me you will do nothing you cannotfford.

lactn. Poe -
; The flowers of the new hybrid are Ho-Hut In that case I would have to TO THIS 'V I:ST. a. NA SAYANflIAI

1 equally large with those of the familiar break off the IIK"I1IE'nt.-Llfe. The Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery The Mobile A Ohio R K. SMOOTH RUN
favorite variety and It Is chiefly ru- w

,inorttublo for the lucrensed number of TO TIIK I2AST VIA STl':/\ \ *.
Sinceritytt\, the busts. of nil true York
1, Bttfus and dowers to a plant which ex- trll'nd..hlp. Without sincerity It is like Via Havuniiah and Ocean Steamship Company fur Now rhiliitleMliln Buston. SOUTHERNRAILW'AY
tends its season of bloom.An Via Norfolk Steamer to New Yoik, Wnslilnsion! and Baltimore Via !S.vanuah .
a ship without ballast and Merchantii' and Mlnein' TrangporitMliin C'onininy| for Baltimore .

Adrle. and I'blllllle.phla.
Old Pecan Planter'
'r To be overpollto, Is to be rude-Jape To
1C bave old trees bearing
:. you pecan anise Proverh. TO KUV WEST ANI 11."A=" .\.
email, hard nuts, work tbo tops over WASHINGTON
Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Compnny.: ,
------- ;
UhUax scions and buds from tbo very

boat: and largest pecans. In three to Ore and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. Cj

:, yritfs your grove will be in bearing Men ; @illi Connection at Jacksonville for all Points i CINCINNATI, CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SrTQ

vital largo fine, paper shell pecans.A ,1 -- ,
311LEtOE TICKETS.Int The Country"f'.w..t
WEST... "The Sapphire
Mine of Wealth !Some! D.,... 'r"hangunhle llenge tickets good over 13XK miles of among the prlncl I
railroad In the southern sale by the
Immense apple o..chordllare being setout pal states are on I'llnclpnIRenb. n..ldn Dlnintf CarPullman .

I ; in New Unglaud: often on land considered Timbers of oak keep the old For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C.: L., or write, All Cmr Train. J.e.le.On The B....

too rough and poor for ordinary FRANK U. BOYI.STON Commercial 1 Agt.( W. I). STARK, Trny. POSH., Agt. .
,.1 fat)n crops. If they are clued for, whata homestead !standing through l.WV: "8t Bay St., Astor Building, JACrf- VJl.r.F., FIA. SOUTHERN RAILWAY ". P. CART Dlltrtcl run'"'"' Ira
I1.I.: EMERSON; Traffic( Mannger. W J. CUAIO, Uen'l. PIIMH. Agent 108 W. Bay Street JACKSONVILLI... .
i. dll-Uurul'lUtuo of wealth New Yorker.they will prove some the years. It pays: to use the WILMINGTON; N. o. W. A.Tw.. p.T 14.. Wuhlncton. D. C. S. H. HAaowltr C. P.A.. WMhwtwWM. c '

right stuff. H.Tavtoi. A.O. P. A.. At Was. c;..

r Stray. retail.Hvery Men of oak" are men in CHAS.: SzvM & CO. _
yard should be a picture.
health 6t7aslewBusy !St.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
Url&bt colored "ZOllO 1" geraniums are rugged men whose

coming Into favor again. : bodies arc made of the soundest r

The modern chrysanthemum Is still materials. tR aIar ,

a ifuvclty W umuy pails of the extreme FULL
sol1U1. Childhood is the time to lay 11 Fu .t. Isaverltabledmgonof Ill-bealtb III..rftll IJltI pob ar: I
When the Japanese Irises are In more physical wracks than probably any omcr ooe

. b blopui, other hardy percuulals must foundation for a sturdy constitution ease WHY JIt'f'nllar\OAmerlean.? Simply b6caullO upon Ih8 fln' nulcawof ..
EXPRESS of the malady the la usually eoi, I .J1.
back Bent system
takJB u
that will last for _
b quinine culomel
years. or that deadly mineral-
the POLUIKJU varieties of chrjsautheart ., PAEDAIDN .... Dof\'. Do It. It'* Dan.+,.roue. II w' .' tJnec0a.azy I
art all essentially "bord.'r"tbr1II1otbt'wuw" Scott's Emulsion i is the right = eUber. We positively guaraattoHERBINE

\ being hardy ; tuff.Scott's. 20

"We should flowers when 1oEXPRESS .
grow ?
"0 ra v. p sad eSxA w.TLy fe.C nay fo"ia nt inehAs...
snare a donor garden says Halley Emulsion stimulates I purely h>.baL Hu all 'I l r Vi'" "' n"
g "d 1omot1-DOn. of their ri50o Mu. oYh.orrert.
*rave of them to make It .
enough ." .W Il.er.kldwy anra. .
woftll the effort. the growing powers of children, . ; I opts A per bottle. All 1 DrutB""

lie dlelytra. or old time .1I1..1Iul: helps them build a firm ;

heirrt," Is one of the prettiest of plant i IDoz.Dtirvcfjco! $450
foundation for consti- .Iv'
for tile garden border and Is gaining tar a sturdy .I 4

vorj$again with other good old tlUogs.Oolil tution. rot? y r l

1 Qtsy D. U. WILSON &: SOY.

Send for free sample. & 0o E r -
molts xt n temperature of 1240

degrees C. or Z'Mt degrees F*. Lead SCOTT &I BOWNE Chemists. / THE ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFiCp
meJfh at C20 degrees .. and wax nt 4OO-4IB Pearl Stf. .t. New YorK

140 degrees .'. 00\). ...d J J. ".n' .J\.I; gl..ts. Agents for the I-alw t Brewing Co. All kind the abo" 'me"
of Commercial Stationery printed at

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TITUSV1LLE.OXTIlKIXDIANltlVKU. nav YOltIC.1IofeJ'endorrie .

HOTEL: : Ta>. Way" the Fluud of Inaplred lde_
Pt.A.: The P....... Now Mnoh Talked Akoatne Ebb. and Flo_.. liroadwayand41stStreet,

a Hlelnig Money" III."..... If the llt-U.a; writer hiix Ills doHclous :NKW; YOilK riTV. .

TITUSVILLE, One of the latest Induslrlos to bo momenta! wh"11 ho tastes the Joys ,

FIOR1DA.J. boomed Is pecan Browlun, Some enthusiasts which cnnto with the excitement\ otcl't'ull"p KIREPROOK. ::100 rooms, single and en suite with piivatn baths and toile
) : even we In this "IIII111Ile nut 01111".111011ulIl1 thorn h<* un- rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. hood rooms $1.ftO; largo room. *:J' and with a
a rival nan money maker to the pench.Itot.'inloslly doubtiMlHIM! ( nlHo. lie knows dltttroH-: private both f'4.O; I> per day and upward The management IH under' the personal

G. BAST, Proprietor. the pecan (Illcorln pocnn) hag! pot iuds nf inontul npithyHe supervision" of thoownei. KllANK OKUKN, Manager;

belongs to the hickory fnniily. The has biHnorkliiK awiiy nt top -.
L trop Is one of the largest of the forest, ppeod! full of KhiduoHH. In that subtle suii/nu: IKIANI, orr KONU ISLAM: N Y

BUCK fsIIOOTIXO. growing from 73: to 170 fprt high, with fabric which his poneaon In the ...
Jk 1 ) -- -- -
9 and FISHING. wide spreading l>riinch: dom<'llk.. top. bond lit )1Jt'kt..1 l with InHplrod bless like :
!:_-t.- I lt.ites: $2 rO per day. I The nuts lire generally oblong and A gift box from the god... Ills hopes( I MallhansetHoiiso and Cottages.

f 10 and $12 per weekNDSOll vary In weight from 25: to over 100 ride high. Ifla$ ambitions scrape the i

PIT pound. The shells arc relatively qlouda.
_. .
- -- thin and much more eiislly cracked Then something happons. It 111I not a SIIKI.TKK: : ISLAND, OFF LONG ISLAND, X. Y.

Ji\CISONYIL.I:. thnn those of the hickory nut. a break a crnwh.-nothing so tangi -
_. common fimip OlMCNEB JUNK -JO! Til, (!loa.,
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The Is found nAtive In river I le It In lust a HMinlujr. Abruptly
pecan Two and oue-quaiter hours from New Yoik' via\: Long Island' I U. U. Health
HOTELJACKSONVILLE'S- . bottoms from Iowa and Kentucky-: unexpectedly, nil his line thoughts van- fully situated on Magnificent: buy multi bountiful scenery H-liol golf links. t
Hh. No longpr, In life a country of New York Yacht Club 1 .station No m.tlllrllSn. mtimiultooM. (1'uro water.
FINEST AND FLORIDA. majestic white robed heights/ and alluring Dry attnoBpheio.' Driven and groves. boating, buthlnir, haling dancing,
LARGEST AND BEST YEUt-KOUNl HOTEL. purple toned valley, All I* btJl\lIt1fnlI1111""' ''' hall electric lights, Otis elevators, guiles with baths, etc

Hut and gruy ami Monk Fur terms anllllhllt".1 pamphlet addiesit! l
Just about now If the writer only
'knew It. la n boat exeollont time to goAt UOHKltr MUHn.I'nnt"I"/ MunhnuHct, HOUHO, ht'lh'I'l8ll\n", X T.

fl hlnlC. .
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last battled. dlofounigf-d heartsick -

he ails with his bend III hit baud, FC JR. S. LE s
contouipl.itIn;; with foolish self pity

the melancholy opottaclo of hlmnol

Hut. like ought; and Hood, war and Hotel with Seven Cotta.2escxnd.ic. : ; y
pestilence and nil other Ills great and
Acres of Land.
small. It ptiMsoa.' And he knows not ;

how or \\'U-n", it It>l'''. Days after ho

wake up to foil himself pen lu hand,

haul at work iignln. Of Its own accord -
N. appuiontlj the machine bus set

Itself! In nll,1Iuu.-MI'wl'lI Ford in The


TO criiK:: A coi) IN ONE I>A Y'rake
hyN 1
Laxative promo Quinine Tablrts.. A
All druggiHta refund the money if It fails
THE PVOAIt. to cure. E. W. Itove's signature Is on
;E A <:TlLKNs! OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS southwest Into Mexico and seems to each box. 2.:>cts.
. '
y-- -- -----
-- prefer a moist rich BoiL It Is successfully -
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grown, how '\er. In many other :
!Home Comfort.
VAL HOTEL JACKSOXVILLE FLA. states and on a variety of soils. The The Fiend-Yoa. sir, I have run over t
Michigan station reports that pecan nearly ten people with that automo
trees obtained from Iowa nuts have
well at the South Ilavcu substation bile.Friend
grown with
-r>1d any of them escape
since 18'JO and proved! entirely their lives?

Soppomti) I 'iRtolnVe. Centrally located. Thoroughly;; reimlied and l re- hardy. The Stuart pecan from Texas "Oh yes: but they'll never be the
!! to
however tins required protection
o slime :
prevent Its killing buck ouch winter. t
)vats( Newly furnished thiougboiit. Liberally conducted . Generally pectins will not be commercially # 1OO Reward !$ IOO. 'L i 1 r 't ;,1

successful north of parallel 40. The readers of this paper will be

liatct tt: .1''' per day and up. Pecan nuts are grown on a commercial pleased to learn that there at least one
scale In California and orchards\ have dreaded disease that HClencn has \linen
ablo In all its and that In Loentodlat SATING three quntors of ft nnlo south of KAU OAIJ.IK, FI.O1U-
B.V. In number of southern to ouro stages,
SPERRY Proprietor. boon planted a
catarrh. Mall's Catarrh Cure In the on- !DA, on the Eau: (Unllle River I less than halt n mile fi Louisiana at
states Terns! and present -
furnish tbe bulk of the annual ly positive cure' known to the medical and a half miles from the Ocean. Tim property In tWit linndrod mllos south of

mostly from native trees. Sratei'nlty. Catarrh bcl an a constl tu tlon- Jacksonville, on the .Florida' East Const KiiUwav.'wIth the Kailtoad Station ad V
crop al disease requires constitutional! trout-
STMORPJ/AND HOTEL West Florida Is believed to be well adapted meat. Hall's Catarrb Cure Is taken Internally Joining tho property Building ernolnd l In IS1!MI, mid 'Home uf than have never +;

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. to the growth of pecans, especially In acting directly upon the blood boon occupied, the original owner having dlod,l a few month nfter their completion.The .

the western and northern parts, and and inuodns surfaces of the system, hotel wan opened for about two nm montliMlpilor\ the owner' death: and '
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- there seems to be opportunity for a considerable $hereby destroying the foundation of inx not boon used since All the buildings were elected In the most Hubtitautlalnnnnnr f
extension of the Industry. ltho disease, and giving the patient and too now In excellent condition. The hotel, nnrl cottages/ me completely -
thin se.won Fine cooking, and good table. Hot and Cold Water Trees grow In Florida on a number of strength by building up the constitution furnished' and very little of the furniture tins over been imed. There are two '
and assisting nature In doing its work wullx\ with fltO.'l'lIo .
soils, varying from tbe black hummockto irtoNian twenty cisterns connected, sewer ,
6aths. Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All the less fertile high pine luiida. On Its The curative proprietors powers have' that HO they much offer faith One In propuity. coat the original owner .100O"ll1n.1| will ht! noM\ nt u sacrifice '
the to develop The above cut fairly represents the propcuty.Kor .
the richer soil trees seem llundied Dollars for ciwo that It
itroet cars pass the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.:.>0 per day. wood at tbe expense of the fruit, while falls to cure. Send for any list of testimonials. particular apply to or addieim -"--_:=

on poor soils the trees make loss wood Address, K. J. Cheney & Co., TI>- E/KA 10'. IIATC-'H: I). I. (OAULNKN; Wb!. A. WAHVOt'K: ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. and boar more fruit. A Georgia Rioworstated lodo O. Sold I by druggists" 7ft,. Iinll'sFamily Caretaker on premises' Attoruny for Owner, Auent for Owner l lEon
that be had found suudy loam I'llls me the hunt. 0111 Ie. Floul
SEAHItECL1:. soils with a clay subsoil the best for -- _.

pace us. I
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\V.,.. of th. Apple Orowere.One ,

e Clarendon Inn prominent eastern apple grower
bEAHREE/K; ;, FLA. bus Insistently proclaimed, "If you
want large npplos cultivate your orchards.

Another declares with equal empha ,

Bf.fc.inji tin iea Entirely remodeled, icfurnlshed and under new (manage-;; sis. "If you want goad apples, -good
and color-Keep orchards
good your
*nt Host Northern Service. Special rates by the week and for the souHon. crops .
lu nod and graze them with
'ren""D' I DP buses meet all trains nt Daytona: station.! Address the Claren- sheep." i

I I"" ", eabiou/e, Floiid.1. I:. J.. POTTEr:, Prop.C. And now a third points out that the A NEW INVENTION.
royal road a la nature Is n dense I
growth of blue grass In the orchard, to
.. r ,
-- --' mowed and raked
-- -- lie L each season up

OLD SIJAIIUKKZi':, GOODAM., FLiA.Seaside us a mulch;' around the trees. Recently Patented all Over the World. ,

Ftorlate' Fertiliser. For Ro.... I : A
OLD SEABREEZE: William Stewart of the Indiuuu agricultural -

\e Inn GOODALT., P. O. experiment station bus recommended The Walton t 3'J ',
the following general formula
for use In rose owing: Superphosphate. ,.'
,Ik now open for the summer season, under the management of the :
sulphate amuiuula
130 pounds, Self-Locking Tackle Block. i
1Wnc"", HORACE F, STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on 13 pounds: ; nitrate of soda\ 31

">"'"'"felt: Beach the hotel Is modem In all Its appointments, with largo pounds: ; sulphate of potash. 'M pounds. /'.
Use at the rate of one ounce to one I 31 silts In various shapes amid.. \ Mlxc, iif
eu" pleaxant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keatlng's gallon of water and apply once each WOOD IKON anti li1U)i/.E. Will ,

'1 III> and Pier. The surf bathing is unexcelled. Terms moderate. week at the rate of two quarts per work l"I"l\l1y| well with rope, ctialn or l t;

HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager square yard of bench surface. i I who ropo. '

Will work at any height upside, down, 1
Applee For a Commercial Orcliavrd.
II ENSEN.FItESCO 'I hi Missouri ..tutfrult experimentstation J 11II1'llIonlIy. or at any angle|| and l will\ )

bun Issued a report on varieties Mop and lock a any point ,

of apples which la more than state In- ; Invaluable every kind of biiMlnemi 1
HOTEL terest. It discusses as varieties suitable where, a block 18! needed frequently Having -
Center of Pineapple
for a commercial orchard: Mlx- dna the labor of one man or more.
Iff UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.' Ozark Mammoth), PayneKeep '
onlte ( [ Nothing like It for hanging itr
t t/h.' ;p "ttipgt location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds Near er, Ben Davie Aino' Jonathan Crimea leg: "II '. ( i

tPo(1 eleur-" "" Fine *'l8l>if" and Hunting. Terms reasonable. Letters and Golden Arkansas Mammoth. lack /,; r.. Address all coniinunlnatloiiH to tie,
reserving room will receive prompt attention. Twig. Wluesap, Huntsman. York Im

JOHN S. PARK Owner and Pioprletor. perial. Kawle'B Jeuet Borne Beauty 1(1'' I 1'i ""I i p; l r D p Walton Self-Locking Block Co. ,yv.c.

-- Willow Twig\ and LowelL '
-- -
-- (Incorporated) ) l y
WEST PALM nl'.ACII. 1'' l tp iy 1
Tb. '.11, of the Valley !. *he 110.... ; Olllce and Wareroom 401 Atlantic Ave.

If forcing lily of the valley' In pots 't Nest Itowe'.1VhmQ, Elevated (Station.1SO.STO.Y p9
do not water overhead so as to sunk the i llii Gyp '
PARK i : ){AHI<4.
COTTAGE WEST PALM REACH, FLA. lower; they suffer by It. Tbe Qortst -.--- .
force this dainty flower very rapidlyIn
Sample Blocks can be Keen at the Al>- t
a high temperature the root being m i ll I"r'' VoCATkotlice1'Itnsvllleandatthestma;
'l pen. Under new management. planted close together In p\lre\ and; : _' I II I of H. II. llnbbardife Co., Jacknonvllle. "v4If( l tMll'lht' lN f I t 119, m

Lake Worth. but In house culture It mast be given Call and nee these block working.Tbelfollowing .
treated like other
more time, being
'"it Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day. spring bulb*.-Exchange. \ outlof| hundreds, are I."mvh.r"f{ ( the! testimonials received by the Walton tielf.I."ckIDCBlock! Co. :

IN IIlack.tnne Hirmt. H'H.u.ii..lan| .|1rt.)JIU03. +i
Special Weekly Kates. sad Wlattor.The WAITOI! Srtr.f...f..,!:( Hixim I'n, /9R"w"' -
limner OSTI.l.wav i .\..u rBqumtnl nn to tttii .n honest report on the pra<'tlcal I working 1 nl vonr MilMorklna. tiuiklu hl< iK., which t we nbtlim plant that do well )la the winter Woul.l Day w. barn used of hliick In ou' factory, nn fair e..1. l tnu,U, huliilnir ant ,..w MRS. IDA B. BRtTNER, Proprietress. that have bad pedal W. hare Riven the Walton' IVilf damnkln.Ic, .. a putty Kea teat,and l and trem. the meat rullitlil and lain. bl'x'kit nl' thlM klml wo have ever..!.
----- are those It la a great Invention semi w.. am Klarita' gave yon thus l 1.'.are. and mur than pleased to know that, ,lane wit bow finmiljwhat we hav for ,....
- Bummer care and training. Carnation 'wen bunting for. Von can DM tbl. uutlc in any way you please. it
be dla- Voan vtrr truly, m'NCAV& CO. j
NEW YORK: *. for Instance must kept
the summer that they '
budded Wit Ton HitLr-'xifKiii'i: HLOCH Co .
may gather force for winter flowering.M CE.TI.rum>.About two*r...k. ago I rarrl a, tel ttaa lima to report to the compuir If I found then .MmrHirj.I 1
.m clad to say lam very. mtirh pleased with II,nn and Ind the blwk. just right' all the.tlm.Cal In every place. ?bey are certainly what erBoiton -
Marlborough .*.rlar R..... err' man ..."a.,who baa any HM for bliM 1 -k., a. 'br) n>,i time and labor. Hucc*.. la yon(.
r. P. ROWELLai.rinGrainandhalidere'tuppue.N.wpurtlr.IH.,
Yonra truly) ,
ROM delight ID a rich. Inclining to .
heavy oL! Each fall the ground about;
Broadway, 30th and 37th Streets, SEW YORK. sboold b* covered from two tot! M ALTO "OL.: .... f'IUJIt BLOCS Co. M...
'*" 200 with electric light them R OmTLIMIt: :...w.l.orrh.d;; a vet of .1.l Inch .olf.lorklng tackle. blocka, wltb rope to flt. Feby. lat.and have riven Ih.... a fair,... and t tam
Dr: bath entirely personal tour Incte Jep with well rooted *table -| well plcaned with the working of tee Morki. In many t4t. Ixnra: and bIo,,..* can he...11, handled wlthimt a Mminri man. 'They cotuwtjuently
' penl. (_American of the and European plan, and i* managed under manor This should be spaded In save na money They are*up.iiur to anything we bave ever aced or ana for* ,tiling heave ROUw7ta.l*hte, WIURP af'ly. -'a: (:v :lIt::; <,I.M-A.tore.tY,

owner. E. S. CROWELL, Manager. the next iprlog. Booem al U also good. Jr W. T. Knots, Treaaarer,llu.tOs.



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r .w....... __ sea wuwau.pIYY aid tnajTSlseas..r. "I u'/M I C.

,..anr. to.:-tw.Mt"' me*ie aim e.rt 1'&W rr: C..rn.a..L: MMMA.M.On I SCHUYLER & WIL5. 'I

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CivrUIiIA *a 8wcceiw. 1 IT*. fJM Airs. 14 Ire, fr11bL Tw.L'
Fartflwr. Mese isL'aeot..tvuWy. --:-r :!:) s.I FIRE :INSURANCE

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; alet tM.1 luu ? w edit 'lite tip I Y*!/'tar Ea. 5t.aES3 S IIkiIt.ed..wrdII: ? -: '- : t -- .
testes. 4r JitW1I..I .
'iiKIVEItn COLLEGE ....&.. 1.tttvr T.U. ... ... 4we'
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d fl"A1l.a H Tn *. xvr ttnnrj cArs IM t sertJLt G. K. UTTKiar, XptaA.rrrcsviixz. -DE&7 s OfG2&CESIES 11-
r 1. utiattv L..rlsTayds 11 $. /....... VM sewn tiara aa 4fI'ti. --
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r Ml1M v.. re.. -.i. yea. prjnr ,= t4.ractr. to as. e.we.l ; c::> JDG

Jkw'X.xkm $11) rtJ.Y.arM17MN. fcia wAtsutevt. to* doe ilidMt ylrrt4tarae.itatdi 44ct"J'bcA. -.a "'ia : 1b :co.c ::!: .. .... :wa.& J'JIODrC1! !:CIIf all k1nda. We are >ra%. a 1t '111' :- .....

u 'W.-I Yay '!t..ee." '" a a."IW' at Ja II. auc t tIJt aJ/ tU trW4+4 tun* a.dUkavt 40&.l escrkn4ndy m u.* al.ae. lbDe: et por4 and aka :.,. ,lu ...

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and. frJool1ll4... w.o ........swl/7 rapeOTA,4 I =' E.: 1* BZAUT>> A BSX Tom' 'r.LS. :
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Jaunt .lAM k 4AiD nrr.4q.Fru.WfeA' l6rda.At T_ Tet"Ji1t7. wM ww _
L.oaaw.te doe frtead 4A al.Mee 1 .
gaud was s:>> ( n.::
..4. A. us. *M..6* aMtvr axsfawt aM Will *JUd was sealt pus..ssad44<. seal a. e.vateiilud -_

la.,4 tw AAo.er1pltte *1441147R. ...w Jk4 "*rrr fcf/*, e 1.484 a pu14k 41fits. a-WI M a44uss to p- uiane,

-- -. .- -- .- -. It a. yrk"uA that tt wiBLat .. partlrly i' ._..rtad .wad. iliA .. W..4oIXw w ::-: / esh W. Ct&RROLLIr
wake A'aa.a4w4lardlset r.et w bwt.uiysaid c.- ,
THE AHHEIISEfi BUSY}. I due to h.t.atw Ttlrky'a fNAa.ere thlaaaMi. O -
... .. .", e4s 1a,! G.a.r.t :: -
I f'r,.y.tda" y was -W wife. bas.w.1i. and
YYAYbt4. S arrxkMr fA tt* l'tdllpj. w4b and tow buula.d rwi'u'e. oed: bar. rwzmA.r GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND YEGEIilINDIAN

Breling Aao's.r.w.w I .... tier eiaidrva Aired l w. .,.. wrtt M 9uaulwyia. The rLu/4a ewlw and Crocltu7, 43aaes udn..-.... T''I P. 'tow"' ,..::.
J. tJbv faatly t" wdaLy .
I 'YITrSVlLLJt" n.! :
wbs 4D'Vt 4 4OIAtrttnLa ,
M. Lwv4 aw f .... Lw 1 4444. a4 I I.<.Hoary aatdl f'**>r"Jlz* ct. 4I-. _4 J ta.
bu' t9I'"LTurd always''' a ytewere, .ew taj ti. aa4w -
haled asf, rt-t MMtrt* of MewyW* Iaare tuf l***. -*.t boea. *** even tiuU

-.u". _r. "'iA1.oM I .ea*>a* to fs rate (jwMfaiAu W i4 sad rs I .._ u....sada..4f..,.... RIVER ICE FACTORY,

a. 4 .............T .rMW.1'1&. I > "<"*r ../ ayxXI Cortmae flat rosy : Very rues alter beoadaj aoqWllt..te1cJr TTTU3THXZ.axlrlre FL.Lt
irvui* to fcfaa to <9'.* I* fir, fat that t* Mrs rter. U was aalia pstviMrge La Cdtwat
*44 .f Mr .. fa w,&, .11a-1 provs4 W"-If t., t>* a ntaa dories doe __.,cUM her and bet few __ ordrai.tAst I.. prepared hnrida tee la -7'gaa4ity--Eacked O'r..ac..e ':4ra tr

femv Mi&ak, w1IkII .....>t cbri i*. *. I kao_* treat. bet firm", ;. fTado"orforf&.n7"" Fairdea.a.l a' aatre
ZAPF l..rw
;r JOSEPH belagMrB7bt..a1rewf.gberrdag. l ovs' T. T. \nt'DIORZ..Iasv" .
that. dlT III IV7V75 sal kJIJM tsss of
paper with inter*. and eoatrb.tngr.ialtdy / ...
u..r..u44.. ft waa derto* Oxto *rvUfb '

; Sole Agent. ,t'Jwt, ._'. .1V1. that tutnot e1,9W..R Tit: a.4jUK tw pa.4ur.u her Itmtrtl sod to* -.. I .T."F1 2.I PAY STADL

w what at41! be was -.401 oL U.. dad fl>nral UiWi try friecxl of Tliu.v. .;.a e aa S

nI H 4fJ; I..IPJ w... baM.loMt, raner sway, u dS4 pby.klaa.. olI. and fjtlftiMf aWwcd UM _Utati... lambUb

utuJ.w.. fccld. .M. AND SALE a E
/ .nt1V'f'. .f1 te.erfy all U. was FEED )
JA'.Lnr)' YI/.Lr.. YLA.xL. and ralMlra .!.'-
*I'.u.rJk ptttwtb kt ataye4 *t To bar eLIWre1l ,
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t.f_ .&012 lqacb' Ih.7frUQw. "death" .. bale aee.tM.a k .TABLE:5' j.
.tart aod elwwrf l. let OM de4ltsv voxKliz
La. rzo-rr..ow Jtr flHlJ'JIItr 44' ..wt was mil
wa. a C.nfe.J" p = .'
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"JHJ".4 1M IvJIt tt. mUMlltJ' .Jat' a..a. le5.ue5'f'"(,*,.. __ .
f.Mr.nta.t there and rUk ttMtir U.i19 .I w""'1-.. sterair Wst..erpi -e.e4W7A 'rJfiilmanXJ.fJShOCJI. BACLix.rTC.; ( W,

to a"taw U... ff..n"g 44 tbot m.- .W gat vies ....,.. __ttIaI.y
t''''''' -- -y ....,.,.n w. Kra aeaw.ts cr il/.s. i i
.i>4 (,r..rrr. r tnr1t.IM I fast; tree are et/a whs.I've -- ':. .-JW"7'P-" "_ TITC3VILIPackofGeo.M.IGbtns W; eLiia1Atteition.' )xi
1/7 'III 'f t** mo t .VWrrnJe ref IN s.gtar ,.," :::;; "

I "t iy
w.s 4ArY..t.foIJ and ./lentwL W. X, CuArumar, PaaV/r 'T1t.u..ils., .
n tie gfrab.t IV..... .u that wa4 t : j
1/7 Its *.r1JI .t wMaixt.tw ruublingorei i I' !
.1'_ MI r<*t\. to tIM erm.t.ri.! CARD l

a rte R* with fblr hIp pU. .;.rsval "'r14rbt .U7.d at I,, Tba I>adlV' Aldsociety. of tL. M. K.ebnreb 'J C.II. BK5ATOEJI. CIVF.X TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
South, hereby ea 1"t.L.h 0- .. Jsrksu.vjia. .
J. r. falurMTU. I
E tell poet aryl Lrav.d A-th for banun- : cr thinks to tL. public for Ita .Dth .i. K. M&tlury. 1"-1&.
1.4.:1. 1tT". ..k.*. Dunn. of bU as.ndatwsdi.4. aatte eep"/DM u tie I.tbcJ.a," party : C. 8. CYKrIrFJtewbt.Ibbert "Hardware Tinware Crockery, G1a'sw!'

yet< b4t '4rUJat ixyl *ttAt*.t. It wa : liven by the w, kty on Wedoeaxlay evenIng ... ....,..... .. ..... . Pal.tka.se. .
"'-1 that surw sue bouk rem.lln.Tb at the opera bouae. They aJJw .>.1 N. rVnra ua.. TuuuaWU.K. :
Fine Liquors, Wines, Boors, yrrpuLsre wea .cmttw J to tbor lour I tend cordial thanks' to the TitaavilJ. ( ,. Lamar.. M_Uce o Harness and 'Stoves.

Ala, Stout Etc. wMa. aM thkvra, gbotals aid t>ar. ei< atra fora rare maaleaJ treat given: I C. B. LAND orrlCEI
.a. r a ee. ..... ..., .. .. .Jtedoo-.
,. ., tb. town.wto to Mr*. E K. Kolllna for a aap rb t cltation I I' ..... Fill Orcers Pro
JrH-I,1: your ",11", glare, tan ""'V."t through w. (J tUAA.n.. Ir1.b- ar'"Our Stock is Complete and We Can
Mlaa Aims Iliad lor a due 10- ,I .iii.J).. F\< :
to ?
{losequar.atln. ; >!& *
bail to tnrP"4 by I
1'n'UKVIIfr; arcl <; /UM, KfXl( IOA. 9'Iww Mra C. J. Lo 't
.. Rn. 'keww that lmovt' p rUln alrumoLal' teodltloo; lo YJJRIII' LEJIaLATU8E
--- -- -- a bam for aa ..',q..II.1(11". mod lo If r. W. :I K. N. tM/."". Palm 8..b eenater : Jas. Pritcliard & So
diititi awMltMl" tkt"n. and all) tbvnvtrtuu .
H Ura alrtll for kla klodueM' In giving' uatli ,I W U. J_ TiUMrii. Reprvs.wuttaEXLCCTIV'E
UiirryV.. Itiohardn, ut ttrllto.tlitn WI. thrown ua* of tb* opera house for the. occa.alon. : DKPABTME.VT.Wm. : .
... .............. j Po toffic Box 212:
ofT hl l(u tmnuMr brut* mod la their I Mo at (fratef oily. I I H.Jfl..Iari. I.
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Marine Dry Dock.. tier,,,>ral Wright .<,,J blcor trllrartwr. LIBRARY MEETING. I 1-H.w...v..... Ml.._...u... .(.;.jtapt.........PnMta..... ARHmla.e.Alone. Iran-.. I dt
,u<- .il ties tick" acid MucfpriroMMl: c-rlrn .<,'. 4'r-If'.. .... !I..puor.

"MoOr.IrI.C/ anil' HIHMIII AId O<.a Yllter.AUeney | (ivy radical' u vnu. .. jbouU *iKl pillager There will lie. meeting of TituiviHeIIIb .l..1,1f'.r4. Hr.urural R. Y'._. ........ ......A4Jutaoile.ersa.Job. ........!.....:_........ t Seeds For Summer Crops
wr dealt with In a luniKwr .liollor | Hchool" Library Aa oclatioo. atb K. E. K<_. Suit* <:IMaout.
fur.- tit Hint 'U .OKU. arts., the (iI6If"l acliool liouMf oo Tueaday, Kept'th; IMfiost T.I1aurllrt.....

( .....,Ii Inn disaster and order wm prsusrviat for the purpose" of elcllnf ..mcen. pay -PRY-HE. CljfRT JU1XJK8 --' -
Cbam. A. KbIlU"Il' j Y.nlll" lug bill. acid JIbe b'nl lnxMi pretalulnfU M. H. MaJ...,.. Ojt"' J.rtk..
UM |point' of the Myorift. f. H.<'rrr. A,.*."' bar J aria. Velvet Beans Peanut n J$. .,"" JiMlrluf( a Hp 4alty. It win" during" tb. awful hummer of the .me. All members are requestedto IS.Y. T.'..... ....... .... ... .... .. .. Millet. Sorgbama, Soja Reins, ,
be present at SiV o'clock.Mm Be>'garweed, clean.
Mend KU">" for C d.I"IC"" IH7H' that I unit caw ien.Tul Wrlgbtforuottrn ( *) Ai.r.pn; MIMI,, RAILROAD,...... CfJHMDWIOXERH.e West I "
H. Ii e etulnuan Kr
-.----- -.-.---.---- I .hnra rurv.r bin ta<-'t!. Tb 1'ecretary.An .. K. Hu'l*..a Pt.,,. .... .. .. ......I..Iu" Rb.er. Cc>'-[Tat ::IE:1 :
y.luw' dpulh bud swept out of ...I.t. --- ..- .. --- .1. M. Kryao, .. ...... Wblppa Clay. ,,Wonderful Black. Unknown Ladyfinger. .
H.t'. Dunn 1"1..,.. .Kllm.1 ..t"aldj
en' a entire ,.rntU*se In tbwlttrw .. ewtghborba.l rdl"u..ce.I llMoqaarutn. ...>l ..m".t T.ll' Clean Bright/ Stock; Lowest 1'ricea. Conch Peas 3c ;; er r ;

E. VcHoy! Hull 1 I llvMl. I... chJI'l. CIKC'CIT CfjntT.Minor peck; .... 2.$ bu.bel.

1'Iaynlntr.. std citiMM-liitmi bad dinl awl 1 1Ufn It* 'It ordained by the Town Council H..,._Tltn.rlUe..C Jad_ Poultry Supplies Stock Food Inaecticideii, Garden Too. ferr- 'Mn

colcod .w.,. >.ft door to nutb the Town" of Tltuivlll, that It shall h.. .,. U. >hegg.rinK T..rl.-.n fourth.l<., ...Munitay-.-oUnir Marcb.AtiMmcjrHj L. CAMERON. The Seed Store

tTirrH"n ""rU. proMldvat of unlawful for the owu i. or c'l.tndlan."fmul. rail r.m>-Ktmrth Monday: In tie KouUti-rii Cofirtii: <1'.("), bad breathed .. or borne, to permit them to rug ) rOt/wrV C<>LTRT.A.U. 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE

BoatbuilclerUKOUCIIANA bus Inset On" dill after 017 .llttl ,at large to' the ttlabilm or during the r.n...,, .. OmDtrJailKI .. -- -- _
brother wn mrlrk,,. At the rod of day Urn. on Hundlyc, within the corporate *. I.iauiaon .. ..YrweclItng AtUrrn T.
limit' of the Town of THimvUle. and A. A.Hurw.". .County ClerkMirlfiff .
lbrH (4/i7 'III i>i| whoever shall. violate' this. ordinance T m -Bijortnii Moo'lay In A u runt.
illM-uno f .tfi id ri ni_, then but
the Ux
> >
not to exceed ten MOROIM! In November.W CARPETSly
ball b* Hoed 'In a slum rail Term- Monday
KI>A.Hodgson a lad of ..",ilL In the. dlrnn a of tbvllrnt dollar "r tilt Imprlnonwl In the city Jail inter T.nlt--llee..adM..w.'ln. February.COUNTY .

morn and the wblrllug dlxzluenanf not to eaceed ten day. Tb flndloKol : HCHIX..L BOARD.
ryiHi burning with f aver I rrniwrntxrHint malna -.., borne running at large .before R. Y.!:. Mlina,MnI.rintanant..Itonaveutnre.

]BIOH.! II man cnu>* Into the 'mu...,. 11. al> o'clock. a. rn. shall .b* prima facts e.,- R.N.M.mber.An"r".e- J M;.xy hiann.chalnn.n.Tlms.iliel; J K aulta.Mpruc.bluR.COUNTY .. ( Fall Stock Arriving Dally.
hit txmlilp the bee and fit ni7 |>uln., lilnnc that they were permitted to run
TlM-7 told m It wn O..r.1 Wright at large by such owner or cuaUHliao.Approvml :!' C'/OHMlfeHIONEBS.! More New Patterns to Show Than Ever
"AU fIAI.I.IIe. INDIAN' ItlVKK KI.A. thla the twenty-fourth day J. H.Walker' cJmlrmmn.. Tltnuvlllai John K.
of tl><. relief committee Ho was facing Mint. lnt. A. Vn.kllnic, Tlllman;John
Mitrlue, Hallway" dvNth. hut wan ... fool and drllhirnti of hepternber, 1O.'I!) ; U. A. KnonT, C. June,Quay i.tftr.. Itall, WblM City. R iruUrMriwlnnri
Atteal; Mayor ere Monday in ea*b mooto.HKKVAHU XtTJOS 2 !
Ovnernl, Murcliauta elk) Hlil|> Jliaudlera. > a. ttm tuildlcr' who stars Into bnt- IC. K. MIMN, Clerk. OJL'NTV UKKICKR8. n. t7Q- X X :

.,"Mpnclul Kuiilllllna.' rte nxjicctlnu to din arid unmludfiil. of ----..---- A. It. Penney,Tltu.vllla;. County Jade Carpet sizes' for Coming Fall Season in seizes from Ox' ti> \ Yeryf
bt* race' lie awke. a few word 'to mer l>. I.. 0.a ilon. TIt..III.1. Pro. AuVA. *
Fur llnullnn. Out, Hloilntf and It''I.lr'' or- OU NKWSI'AI'KIM: ; For Sale, A. Huvart. TltuiTllla . Omnty Clerk. TapestrleH, New Body Brnsnela New Wlltona New Smyrna'.took .
mid the nttcndiirita. Inld hlse II..luJlOn Cheap at this oltice.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. J. r. Wooten.OxMi. .,. .Tax A.s.Mr.Y la the the lowent. Matting*,. I IPortlem u,)tllm.
ViuiliU sod fuii' ixilma. 1117 fK-orchliitf brow lurni-d nild. wrote W. K.4J1.Tlrn.vllM .. ,. Tax Collevtur larl( My_ prices are Alt
god John Henry; TltnerllU. ,. .. Treasurer.K. Shades Cocoa Mata Rubber Mata, Bath Room Mat; nfl -"
"a"LI.1I1 ilia, AnvoiiAra whan wrltlntf. an order for mcdlcliiim aupplaseruin K. MUM, honaventur. H"|it. Ilib. Inat.J. .
.--. .. -....... .. -. ,_. -- ( the rally mutlon. and. went out. O. Krlon.. THnirllln.", County Hurreror. Square. Qp: Will be glad to send samples and quote prices.
J. P. Hnxra.Tltrin.llle.. .... ... Hherlff.
ll ll7on l the nrrl drwny" an Auguat C W. NorwwMi, Tltuivllle.. rtetl.tratlunUmcer.

801110 Spuciul Offers. inn wn .Itlnr.liiK' wllli. unusual fvrm-ltj You Never Needed! A 00011TYPEWRITER
In a cloiidlMi .k,. Thvnt, wa a bush A. .......'mayor i Van Worley marshal coal ::s:_ E_ CL :X:9

Tim Hlorl'lil, Krult".1) Truck llrownr, itvery whrrr. No Inborvr were ID tin >. 3 tea ""II..."..: K. E. Iml.. jr., clerk and trt.... FL.'

Uia Mew niuritliljf I (.nunrl. fl."t,," ""Iu"| olully > "ld*. and tlwvli.-.-U' of Isswmertewere ireri r. A.1 Morgan John 1I..r, L.,A., tax hraaly....,...P....r'J. H.II.n..1. R. Walker. J. L., ::47 WEST Foasrrn ST. JACKSOXVII.I.BThe -

to the (Intermtaof the fruit and I .ttll' atlll. Otil7 tli. grnvey.r4' rtbthHJH I'..,..,,,.,,.. oouncilraon The council meets
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ilnMe urowara, nf. llm Htatn la, | toile ear. Mliilen' il.ia 'IIC). General TITUHVILLr 110A RU or TRADE.
at aJ | | dying wr' on every band.
For (It rtmlted us inn' a nix rnontlia trial. O. M. Rubble, president.I. M.I'.n. traaanrr Best is Found the Cheapest.
a I.iikw t'' Wright walked anionv thea, Tliere'a lint One ... n. .,...C. ....."'tary. Meeta rwoml W ai"lm for :UA rants Or both the Krult 'end AND:!' ACCKPTCD )fA80 ..
IMI occuplixt bla |".ltlou t<..lny a* KOY-
Truck' (irownr Nint MnniUWimkly' Tlmrallnloii TYPEWRITERMail Indian Rlr"r t..Mlrfl, No.M. hulls. ,Its iiievtlnirt !
for tl.iM. Or will" tI.. Thrlc..a-. ensue of |the I'lilllppln lalnnd' tba a oin \V.nk \\'ulII..f N.w Vork.lMilh one t"'"r month,at their: lodin nxini, Indian River hotel
for 'I.J.V A. Ie..pr.... 1'llarser.a.. that la ao constructed that ZIt at F. A T:3, Morgan clack M.|I''v m, J. L.Carrnthn, W. M.;

IIHUMIIV l'ul Ooala. sea. A building baa nn-ently born
I.. J. pnlntlnl << ORDER: or KAHTKRM: STAR.Frlamlahlp .
.'.' -------...-- ronipl.ted In Joriiauh-ni fur tb. artoinof and It lathe No. II, < Nfigl
do perfect work meetings
t'li ;. .. :'c'I'I; .. Are the Best. Ask
TITUSVILLE'8 TRAINS ,.wlllll"n Abyaitlitlitu' ISinpriaj In the Majuinla l nUe on thelint'I'au.lsy your
' In sib month ataeao'clock
.. and l"'r retinue during her rUltlo p.m.soul .1;
,. 1'altou the Ihlrtl Tuoailay In sash month at Tae
The folluwlnif'. llm tlmea of ,arrival the (Holy City n...t ICu lcTtlJe, any a o'clnvk p. ,". The rnllowlnir are the officer* of WE MAKE THEM IN ALL COLORS
helmlie Mra. It. R. W Ilan, worthy
old departure of |iaaauuunr'' traliia to and the Now" York Coiiiini>rrlul, Adrcrtlaor.l'b Mr.J.t"'arruthsnwurthy: patron; Mlar matron. Kate i

from Tltuavlll s bulMlntt coat alxjiit I2D.OOO. and PITTSBURGVISIBLEWhen Mvart> Aaa.. Matron) Mra. M. A. Hcrlrar| ..our,
.. "Barnitary; Mr. ... M. nixnn.Tnwaurer, Mn.nllua .
moon anlIf orderedn
furniture which baa burn
Ib" ,
.. Kllna,Condurtraoa; Mlj n I.jtar*.Tllnavllla"' far 1I.1II'.n.1' 1 M |.01 ICuitlund. and Irran"a. will rout over ....Omil'a.i: Mn. O'.. W. "", .bl.. Aila; Mn. For Tomatoes try
HitarinaillaM |""(",. al 11.r. /"iM" |im anyon tells you different J. I.. rarrnthora. Rath) Mn (lee M. Robb/n..
...,.. .....,.... ,'GoIU'. Th vmprfaa la "lptH't..cl to J.th.'n.' r. A. Morgan Martha: Miss Aleph
e L..ve1'nusIII./nr.is.kaallls afll.to ring* with tier a (luru retinue and will Mlm..ki.et., Mr*.John R. Walker Warier. ;
."ImariiiMllaia. iruliila at I till i |p M. '''tuy 'lit J.ru.uli'iu. lures month. Dur- tliey'ro telling you black U white. Mr. r. A. Morgan. C'ha|>lalnMn. T. T. Wetmor .UNITED D Pape
.. Tltas.vllle rer ....,..,., t i Arrlt.s'I'Itus.nl.frnllaManlurl> ITJeydaOVBIt 1 |
.-.---.--'..... --.-- -'-'- 1.thse.atan., <*, Ilehrun. Jericho and tb. "Mead for ODe of our bookleta. Lpert: Repairing.
KIVK TIIOUMANII OK WA I,. Inrdan valley Hb. I S. reported to bate -
.> ton1 Hapld Calk I UK Toola i now" In u.. spreaae Chas. H. Newell. Typewriter, Tlai-
by bunt ownma In LI.. United Stat.n.' ha> Holy City ble! being adopted by all leading houses If of Papers writ toUNI'rED
dealer BRAND
Price .I.IH) and '$''.011 sail), at Hie Alf Agent for Florida. throughout tb. country, only 603 parts, your does not handle UNITED j

VOUATN olUoe, Tltuavlllo, I fla YOn AM.KINDy! Jon I'JUNTlsn against over 13tX: In any otber typewriter CO..
f .---- .. .. rnniembor the ADVOOATN once and EVSTIS, FI.A.CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. V* keep! It In repair aa long ..you own it. PAPER j

rr HervllnMT" notice a.1.. on this '''ICII do not fall to aend ua a altar of your Orlfo Typewriter Kxcbange, Jacksonville ATLA>*A

are tlv* oeuta per Hue per week woik. Wa will i>Uuii you Fla. SOUTHERN OFFICE -