East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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May 13, 1904
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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Cross Pharmacy, Titusville.Mr. C 0 ,
(lily, t Oth.nOYS' -
Oeneral Interest. W. G. Patterson, a prominent Board of Aldermen met nt the
,And Topic Tltusvlllo has quite reputation for The AnvooATK Is now on tile at all
1.. resident of Cocoa, was in town on Mon City Council chambers, Tltuitvllle, In social] partinn, anti last Friday wits tin ex- the best hotels In New York city.
1 day. BLOUSE SUITS mad of an roicuUr sosslon. Mondiiy evening. May
reptlou\ to the rule, whon ]Dr. and Mrs.
THE ADVOCATE, Mrs. excellent quality of linen also In Madras; 0, 1 1I1!>04) at 7iO:: o'clock, with the follow.Ing E. E. Roll mis one of the lai'gest' Where to stop along the Kant Coast f
Weldemnn of New gave
r .50( annum In advance. arrived here an ecdlcHH variety of patterns, sizes ranging mombeis presents J. R. Wnlkcr, of t Ito 8i>)anou at thti\ Senihti\ Cot See list of hotels and boarding houseson
{ |l per visit parties
Tuesday; on a to Mrs.J. .
> .. from : to (II I special $1 2EN(3L1'.lI !> ]1st and 7th .
21 Mnndn.v'n 4
11.00 six months, A. Collins.Mr.: ; chairman ; L. A. Brady J. hall, F. A. tage. Three, rooms-bmiuilfully& 4 tOot pages.Mr. ,l',

$:.OfJ) per an. to foreign countries. : LONG; CLOTH. Monday'sspecial Morgan, Van 'Worley, marshal; It. R.Pjlos ri\u.d with t li>wtus. iiinl piiliiiM- -wcrt (filled T.. M. lloomor, of lionel Alcazar: ,
A. C. Frost, of Danla: ; was In 12 vnrd bolts for 1.40.\ clerk! ; U. A. Frost, mnyor. with a happy anti expectant' thiMng, who St. Augustine! has gone to Nlngnrn-on- .
Whoa you subscribe for the ADVO- town a day or so this week, visiting his BEAUTIFUL CURT.\ SWISS, In Minutes of last meeting road and approved. had gathered; itvunlnir to piny progrosslve the-I.ako, where ho will conduct the )
the year, It does not cost you son G. A. Frost. assorted sizes and d"M butterflies, etc.; '
>D6.TIC by Mayor o'-
\ hoitrts. I'tvolnely nt eight ( ieets'a Royal hotel, of which he Is man
cents per week, postage' included. Monday's Special. 12J'J per yard. of Finance Committee A.
three FOR ALL KIND OF JOB PRINTING: Report clock the editor of the AUVCKJATK arrived -
ADVOOATR i FINE: LINEN LAWN WAISTS, frontIn Brady reported having looked Into the and doroiativl. ager.Mr.
EAST COAST on remember the ADVOCATE office was at once with n
I at the following news-stands, at five largo plaits, hemstitching and English matter of placing the town bonds. at. a heart, np'"u which was pint of it motto, K. It. King, who was at Hotel
.ale : -Rev. J. F. 0' Boye came down from insertion, fancy embroidered stock, lower rule/ of interest, and that the and by "HlO::\ nearly forty guests hud ar Breakers, palm lleitoh, Fla., the pant

.cents Tltnsville per copy-Red Cross Pharmacy. Daytona, to spend a day or so with hU sleeves trimmed with band of Insertion ,amount was too small to be changed. l'hell-llve having wont regret for nonattendance winter, Is now oiicuplng\ a position ,as

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. many Titusville friends.Mr. and new blouse effect, value $2.00; Mon1day's 1 Mr. Brady was ordered to ace It the early In the day.' After each room felerk at the Planter hotel, fell.:

special $1 61>. Indian River :State: Bank would take guest had 1 received n "score" heart", all Louis
H. Sams was defeated for
date of expiration printed upon LADIES'TAN!!: SHOES, made In the those bonds the of In
at rate
Note present!
week. This senator, but he still wears a happy smile latest $3.40.Lace up wore rl"lllt"t6.t i to llnd their partners Mr. Jos. P, Greaves, rosnngorof Hotel .i
jour paper or wrapper every need on his countenance.Mr. very style, price I' tereRt.I with the missing part of the ltJotto1111.; AloHgnr' !St. Augustine/ has gone to New
receipt for your money. No stockings: to match shoes, worth 75o; Street Committee reported that the
In a an soon as all] were seated at eight tables, York, from whence he will, later proceed
'tor us to Bend receipt for subscription. -: W. R. Roesch, a prominent citizen Monday's special, oOo. I two cars of shell ordered some time ago. play began with !groat !gusto until about to Manhattan Donoli, to prepare 'it:

The date I..eslt to you.iqj of Ran Gallic, was among the pleasant All mail; orders promptly filled for any I bad. not come In yet and that there were 10:13: when the scorns were oouutml and. that famous resort hotel, the Oriental,

callers at this oilire yesterday. of the above goods. I, some bad places on the streets and sidewalks the following, declared the winners of the for the opening.A .
ten cents
Reading notice ads. arc ITltusvlllo
: I I that needed lepulrlng. The Street
-Master James Bole who has beenat prizes: Mr. 1). B. Prltohard a silver
line on this page.! Fla. Committee ordered to repair the of the AnvocATR: rend- .
WAS great
por the Florida Luke, mounted l card) case with\ puck of plying many
this mornln'ltfOf University, City, side walk At the old 1 bind room building.The north. nnd a li: bo pieased to "'{,
-Mrs. J. O. Denham left all the winter has returned home. cards. ; Mrs. I K. It. Wagor> a Mil\PI' lull "1'8 '
/ Augusta: Ga., on n visit of two or DEATH M. STANLEY.Sir bill from the Florld.i Extract I C.'0., brooch ; Mi"I H. Wihmn, rt gol OF H.
three months with relatives.Dr. -Mr. and Mrs S. E Rice and family, was referred to the Street: Committee for bat plu; I am.I! Utifus Robbins., n oriilinenl- of I he New Rookledge lioiel" Rook-

who havo been at Cutler for a couple of Investigation/ and report, at next meetingA / e ( efl. Hill\ and Mr. St. ()lair :NMibet month or BU, liuve; returned toTlluville. *- :> Henry M. Stanley, the great African poillion. fiom the rldzoim\I of Tltuitvlllo consolation prizes.KefreHliMitints I Inn properly. Including) the furnishings/

of Indianola, were among the rodent explorer and tinder of the runowiiml asking I the piiyment of tlio, Titus of cake, sandwiches and nil buildings As will be soon by' .

pleasant visitors ro Titusville. Ml Dr. Llvlti! tonH, passed] peacefully away vii Ia Kledrlo t Llithl (its., be I, wine and oluurs w. rs' then onj' YI'II! ml ,advr. (HI our 7th |ii'e< the Klameshn Inn
Mr. K. J. .Jr. of J Fort PU-rcn
-The Tltllsvllle high School, ex.>.ici.e" was-I In town on Tuesday ins, ,Wednesday, I In I London, England!; at Mix o'clock on *::27.1\>l (per year, for at taut lights;l was re- 11 Oil n in, until I II 1 ::3'11''> | m., when this, I'll- IK on l'IwleMhll Lake, V. V nnd will be 4

last Friday were a decided "IIC'f'' andTdflects ; Tuesday morning I MAV 10th, 11)04. lie ui veil Tlio. matter wits' lonaMl.'d ansi, J"),val>le Hooliil, I p.trly tot'in i liii, oil wl'li I a run In llmt-cla htylo: by M I'. Shares this
having come here to 10 the branding:
great credit th, teachers.Mr. of Ills c.ittle. nee WitS quite conscious, to the last, aiid able on motion, tlio Pt ayer of t the petition hearty vote of thanks to the limit and ....mmer, :\lr.l'\huf', is to be oongratu.luted I,

to recognize his wife.( was. denied. himtnNH. WI h.) did all\ they possibly could upon his ptiiuli.iao.:

Jas. F. Mitchell and fnmllv unMIMomliiy "fImllsnola -Mrs. D. A. Carter, who spent 'he Before lie died Sir Henry expressed a The City C')') CI'H] ntieml'i'n was called to make cvprjono npnnd n pleasant IIV..II.lUll. Mr. H. N. O'Neill, a popular nnd
spent from tiattirdn winter Indianola h.\s arrived. In.Urnm. to the fact that t the coKi-cllon; o> "rubbish, very
Mitchell lit at wlnh to bu burled at hi* country. sent, well known hotel man) lias leased the
\ In town with Mrs. ( Pi., for the summer. Thenvo- Fitize' Hill, Plrbrlght, Surrey; but many boxes e'o.' has accumulated iif the back This party wan given In honor of Miss A rtl/on hotel l, Jacksonville, and will run I
W. H. Norwood. /
parents, Mr and Mrs. CATK follows. of dticennfld's friends .lie anxious to have of scoies and In vacant lots. Therefore, LilyteIgov
SEND YOUR MACHINE WOUK ANI VENTILATING PACKING for Puck- his remains l.ild beside Dr. Livingstone, (he It resolved That the marshal he In- had fll4lO. a hour, of friends this winter oonnocfed with the Duval hotel, Jacksonville. .
Building Material in Westminster A hb'V. strucrvd to notify, store keepers and lot In TltiiHvlllo whose she was "Vne of the
orders for Hardware, lUll Pineapples and IVilshahle Fruit. as. chief clerk, for four yeain,
Gen II. Fernald Sir M. born of owner to remove nald rubbish, boxes, heud teachers) nt thu Titusville I I IIlull I
Ere., to ThA Cheap, dunn, bright. Fruit flood not Henry Stanley was and. IN well nnd. favorably known to tho
'Hardware Co., Sanford, Fla. ripen In transit.Viito particulars English' parents, near n..nhl.'lvhVIII..8 I oto hum forty-right'/ hours from School during/ the ""8t, sosNlon Mlns traveling .ublio. Mr. O'Neal has been
In IS $ ( His original notice, or sulfur the !penalty of the law. (} llCer received many hearty oongratulalloim .
11I,111 years ago. nnme the successful of the Argyle
and Co. manager
-Mrs. C. A Robinson, of Eden, who prices. Ventl'ailna; : Packing ])oDe In (tension of the Board. ,
but when child he open fiitm the guests who hope tit sm
was Rowl.indH a was hotel Charleston for twelve months or
130! Filth Avenue New York.Mr. .
'bad been spending several days with her named an.1his The clerk ami treasurer made his regular / h.,1' till a like \ the school next !
of adopted by a man Stanley, i l..sll1(1o so. Messrs)( Cbni. II. Hawkins and .1.
lauahter, Mrs. Fred O. Wllllims S. F. Olbbs, a former resident name was changed. In 1853 he came monthly report, for the month of wlntt-r. It. Gained will ho n'omlnuntly Indontl-!

Jacksonville, passed through here Tue- of Melbourne, but now of B.)hill, 1<'h\., to :New Orleans and later fought with April lN)4! ) which was read and approved' Among/ those present wore Dr. und fled with the ofIIon staff -

day, on her way home. stopped over be.e, Sunday, on his wayto the Confederate army; WHS captured at as follows: Mrs. K. It. Wilson, Mr lUll I Mrs. Wm.M. '

-Mr. A.1Uo ters, a former employe Melbourne. the beginning of the Civil war. Later Mailmen on hnml from, March t'.'IIi! 41TaxmCnlleuiwI Drown, Mr. and Mrs. I.. A. lirndy, Much to the regret of many of the patrons
in Palat- vC'luntf'.red in the Federal service.In lllW f.1 I Mr. and 11 11'1'. F. III and M, the Windsor hotel Jacksonville,
of this office, who now .resides -Miss Lily Sanders one of Cocoa's t.loonA" tuilli" I JIll> A. Morttmi, r. s. .11
ka, spent from Saturday until Tuesday popular ladies ,after pleasant ]IHOti he began his career as a travel Pimm In Mayor's court. 4 OOl ) K.: B. Wager/ Mr. and Mrs. I,. C. Bran. closed after brankfast on Monday morn r t

'In Titusville, and was warmly greatedby visit of a young few days with, her aunt, Mrs. er, explorer and author Hud visited\ all >og hounne .... 'J 0 ..I I ng, Mr, and Mrs. W S. Brannlng, M r. I ing. The Windsor has enjoyed a very
of the globeIncluding Africa and M II Wl'sun' Mrs. I', Nelson Mrs, aIH'ct1Mllful, season suit many had to be
his many old friends. K. W. Hall, of Titusville! returned homeon quarters Total '141>41 /M ,
where he went to find Dr. Livingstone. f"J"tMlt.lln Indian River State Hunk. .. 1 ear aaHitUnce D. W. Monroe, Mrs. A. J. Semblor, Mr. turned. away for want of room. Many
TR. I.. P. DANIEL, of Cocoa, the well- Monday.Dr. and Mrs.. P. B. Pritchard, the Misses changes' and Improvements will be made

known and expert Indian Klver Dentist Allan S. Kirk wood, who has on hsilil May t, \ ).. $1 l 'IM) Kate Stewart, Florence Colrnar, /tndle on tho Windsor hole), which will bo under .

will\ be at the Fort! Pierce hotel, been spending the winter at Cocoa, wasa AN ENTERTAINMENT. The following; bills were audited and Stewart, Dulsy Brady Alepli' MlmsProf. the utile supervision of the popular

Fort. Pierce, as early as possible next: passenger on Wednesday's northbound ordered pHld!: Teeter, Messrs. K L. Brady, (I. assistant' manager Mr. Myron I,. How. ,

week. Please bear In mind. train, en route to QuIsHett Mass., for the Entertainments galore have. been givenIn I KHtatx Hunk.Intermit on warrant, ... f 1 44 7 G. Howard, C H. Walton, 0. E. Long, an!, who has, been the right hand man
I Van T Worloy m rohll.llIr) //In<> '"> the W lndm, for Mr. ami
--Mis* Lily Geiger, who has been one summer. Titusville this winter, and they Mill Van T Worlajr. minlury othVur ;m, mR Karlx N. Wattles, Phillip Wright.Every many years.
,of the head teachers at the Tltnsvllle' There will be a of Friend- continue. Last evening the Ladles' II. r li'fi. ..ilnry. 5 :IHI)) Udy present was presunted witha Mrs. Culhtnn will take a trip north after
High I School during the past winter, left meeting Guild of St. Gabriel's church gave an .1 i'rltrliaril I ( *; Hun, rmrilwiir H IUTIMiHVllla > pretty benrt-idiaped of line cnndy the business affairs of the Windsor have
No. 11 Order of Eastern
ship Chapter I Bl itrlu Light Co, Street 'light 7.1R 1)4)> been attended to.
for her home at Green Cove Srlngs on !Star, at the Chapter: room, Titusville, on entertainment Including a fancy work I, llriMlwV) :Hm, fMnl ... 10 M Mrs HemMer also did much toward
Saturday morning last, a large circle of Tuesday evening next at T.M::! when a stall and refreshments, In the Opera Ulohnril, AI"lc"n. driving pump for town 3 the success of the social.TITUSVILLE'S/ The BoNton Home Journal says that .
train to bid her bouse, which wan largely attended. n A From ettI.e" rent t (XI of the
friends being at the Mr. Allen T. 'l'I'UlulwIlY proprietor
full attendance of members Is requested W II SwaIn & Co, mho..lng horse IB
adieu. Vocal and Instrumental muslo was $ DANCES. lied Lion Inn, MtI'kbrlrl"fI; Mass., opened
PINEAPPLT5 GROWERS, Pack your furnished for the occasion by Mr. and Total:. ...,IXJ IU the house earllur than usual this spring

-This office was recently honored by Fruit In VENTILATING: PACKING. Mm. C. J. Denham, E. B. Wager, J. A. There being no further business, Connell In order to accommodate early guests.
a visit from Mr. A. P. Perhamr who was Preserves Pineapples and Insures bet- Collins, Mrs. D. B. Pritchard and the
adjourned to meet first Tuesday In Mr. L. F. MoNulty of New York, Ilenton Hall his now hotel, In the same .
accompanied by his wife and A. P. Per- ter prices. Wiite for particulars to Misses Daisy Brady Rose Blgelow, Jean. June. / II. R. '>n.lell. enjoyable complimentary, danceto gavea place, which Is n.1 rly completed will

ham 3rd. They were en route from the Ventllatlmr Packing Co., l. 0 Fifth nette Wilson, Edwin Collins and Leone City Clerk and Treasurer. very several friends on Monday light: In' open Juno until. la the management of

Waycross, Ga to Sharpes, where they Avenue, New York. 12-4w Kline, all of whom\ deserve especial the Opera lionne 1 snclng/ commenced the latter house he will hare the services

are visiting Captain and Mrs. Wm. II. -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president of the mention. BOUGHT THE SLOAN PLACE.Mr. at l H:15> : anil was continued.) until about of Mr. J. A. Sherrard, who managed illr
114 editor of articles of various Ice
Sharpe. Mr. Perham Fort Dallas National Bank, Miami ; and croilm Fancy kinds ]Inn: ) p. in., all reporting It n very .pleasant The Uerkftlitrft, Plnehurst N. C., this .
WaycroHs Evening Herald.AVI1EN I yice-prefldent of the Indian River State cake, candy, etc., were fur sale, affair.< Diet) editor rnports. winter. Mr. Treadwny Is a brother-in-
and a good business dune. and Mrs. F. I' Casey, late or Dayton law of ill Horace R. /Hliaro ,|the well
YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call Hank, Titusville, left here, /Sunday, for that delicious, claret' punch, was freelydispensed r
Among others who took Interest and have that linn ofproperty
of the New Rookledge
ofRobblnll' New York and Boston on a business I soul onjoyml duilng p i the dunce, prnpileior
the Titusville at. rear
upon Livery. assisted In the affair Mrs. T. T. at Cocoa known the Sloan'
were: hotel Kocklfldtfe VIa
Mr. Brown's multitudinous Interests and U WIM BHimrally admitted that Mr. ,
law office for n stylish, up. trip. *
Welmore Mrs. Wm. hI Bron, Mrs f,. place. Mr. Casey will make consider
to-date rig Leave your older for keep him continually on the move. McVully'ill') hlni-elf proud" on the Owing to the largo bUlllntill" done of Y
C. Brannlng/ Mrs. U. R. Wilson, Mr. .hi" Improvements' upon it, Incljdlng ,
all kinds of double and single hauling. -Miss Florence Colmar arrived here, r.. A. Brady. Mrs. J. M. Dixon, Mrs. E. the building of a large boat house for abova mmploloiis' onciislon. late, considerable addition In to bo made

Feed and sale stable a specialty.J. last Friday, from West Palm Beach, to B. Wager Misses Xuidle Stewart Flora launches, awl will run a launch livery Another largely attended dunce was to The Oimond, Ormond, Fla., the cum. J.

M. OSBAN, Titusville Fla. look after little George Robbius, who Fulton, Willie May Gould Ethel Wilson next winter. We wish him every sue.COIIN. /given In the Opera house on Weilnesdaynight ,log summer. The rotunda to be widened -
broke his leg, as previously announced and Mabel H ynolI.*. and another larpe dance will be out to the outer line of the front
-Mr. II, R. Mace who has been In TI. In these columns. Oeoige's leg Is now given next Wednesday evening.ASHERIPFSHOT.. verunilit. Then there will be a 6i-ft.! addition ''
tusviile nearly all the winter, will leave of above the basement,
In a plaster cast, and he Is getting along one story
for bin home Wllliamsbridge, neRr PROGRESSIVE WHIST.Mrs. NEW STAMPS.The .
at. favorably.Mrs. to extend directly from the front entrance 4 .
Xew York city next week. but his many very towards the whnrf. In that por- .

Titusville friends will be pleased to seehim Mlms and daughter, Miss. tion will bo the olllce counter, newsstand I
) here next "winter. Mr. L. F Mo- Aleph, have moved Into the house lately D. B. Pritchard entertained the 'I'lfllullle Postoffice Is up to book keeper's offleetelegrapli oUlce

Xutty, a popular New Yorkei, will no- occupied by W. H. Wa ker and family TltiMvllIe Progressive Club at her new the time as usual The new, commemorative Sheriff Last Thursday W. N. Cone, at, Luke brother-in-law City, Fla.01 and pilvnte, offices.! At the end of this 'i
home In South Titusville on Monday af. Louisiana I'urchane million of
Mlms will
company Mr. Mace. on 'l'u6aday.In. accom- Mr. C. E. Long, of Titusville shot him begins the dormitory part of the wing, I';
Miss Aleph a.. far all Bonaventure, ternoon. Progressive' Whist was the postage stamps have been received, and Including
pany which Is to be four stories high,
-Mr. Daniel 8. Devlnne. of the well- where Mrs. Mlms will spend some weeks feature of the occasion The play was are now for sale.In denominations' of lc. self. It seems that Mh iirf Cone and the ) hoer with one hundredline

known Devlnne Press, one of the largest with relatives' while Miss Aleph "will go a spirited one, and the first prize was :2o : Printing establishments In New York, -well MUtnt. be. won by Mrs. W. S. Brannlog. The consolation of art, and being about a half Hotel Blanche the Kherlff's pistol accidentally rooms every i,
to may view and I down the river.
from his and a up
located at Lafayette place, was a pleasant prize was a tie between Mrs. B, larger than the ordinary stamp, gives a dropped pocket This wing I la to extend to the foot of the
caller at the ADVOCATE office on R. Wilson and Miss.Zsndiet4iewart.I The larger picture and are very attractive. fired a 41-otillber h"lIllIto bill buck, just
Tuesday He had been spending a week Uariluer'H "'],)'ers. prize: was. then drawn for, and It was .secured They can only be sold to those who uNit under the right/ shoulder blade. He was bank at the beginning of the "wharf.where '
Then: there will be a :iO-ft. to .1'
ore, Mrs. for them under at once conveyed lo his houm and medl- space
no. his tine pineapple] plantation at by Wilson. Refreshmentswere the regulations.One cal] attention surnmonnd. the detached veranda. 21: feet wide will] If!
Bay View, near Malabar, and was. en served after the games.
and south end to be
the front .
In 21c. I Later received Titiisvllle run past ".
route home. However, he did not fail New white coiduroy, Just new saysthe
to stop over at Titusville to spend a dayor Organdie( -red, pink, blue, green, 15c. I Hundred Men stud Women ball has been extracted and Sheriff opposite the auuth round tower with n
and B3F-Instire with Schuyler & Wilson, In Cone Is return to that anti the north end opposite -
so with his friends. Mr. Devinne Scrub brushes two size, 0 );je. getting along nicely.:
and best the north tower returning to join
w., 4 for 25c.: strongest companies. ( ,
came after severe Scouring soap a. y. --- --
south to recuperate a will
attack of la grippe,. and said the Indian Transpaient glycerine soap 10, 15.; :iOc. Wanted, for Picking, Sorting and. Man Wnntcd.A enclose the old front the whole veranda new there.addition This with ngreat ''I
River climate bad made a new man of Castile\ and barber's soap Kte.CHAS. () Launch For Hnle. packing Peaches, Cantaloupes and Tomatoes +
air promenade. '
: !'J
aim. He said It had been a terrible wint A. (OAKDMKU!: Tltusvllle, Fla. at our orchards In Baker and open it
t in New York, and all his. family had Alacbua counties. ; Good 1, comfortable man who can personally work and ----

eeu III |In bed with la grippe. For SalQ. For sale, at Neptune, Fla., a 41 foot accommodatluDM for ]living. Extensive manage a pineapple plantation on the FURXI3IIBO: : COTTAGE: TO LET In
Fine Property shipping will about June the l Jot. !
begin atADVOOATB
Houth Titusville. Appy
Glass. Cabin Cruising\ Launch, Oft. 3ln. Peninsula] opposite Aulabar on Indian .
Crops estimated to be from 7-1 to IOO
IUack'III1Ith'! Machine Shop. beam; 201n.<) draft. Has a new. ((1OI! ) carloads. Write to> office : River Fla. He must thoroughly under. Tltusvtlle. '
or apply our ,
Rochester Gas Engine, 24 horse. stand pineapple. culture picking/ and
Two nice cottages, adjoining :2-j East Bay street Jacksonville..
Boat and engine la good order.. Boat pocking; also proper methods of fertilizing. The ('"rk Cottage. '
in North Titusville, with an acre Grlflln Florida Orchard 00"J1..jt .
Blacksmith I Machine galley and toilet. Owner's reason for Address, -
\V Once and Horse and Shoeing Wheelwright done, in first- of hammock and five acres of rich muck selling, wants a larger boat. 'I'rlce. Jacksonville FU. II C. HTAKCK, West Palm I each( .'111., situated 'era It'

I farm. Good 12-4 Malabar, FU. ]lake front adjoining City> TravelIng -
class tyl". W. n. SWAt & Co. )land, suitable for truck '2,00 ,
river front The ]larger cottage has three Also, a good 10 h. p. Globe Engine. For Sale at Oeorglatia Florida. men and others will find this a cool, t
Price .150. comfortable place to stop during/ the ,
Draylng. sleeping rooms and a servant's room upstairs Address either F. 'V. Yates, 1 El word .f1"IIIplc| l Crates.We summer months. Good table service.

; and a parlor, sitting room dining Building, Rochester N. Y.J; or Alex J. 15 acres 'Improved land, centrally located MUM. IDA B. HAYS, Prop. I .

and kitchen below. The adjoin Goode, Neptune, Fla 1J.. t ,
frontage Klver.
room II rods Indian
on on Pineapplecrates.
Graying or hauling of alit Inds prompt- can sure you money '
''y to. Meet* all train Stove ing cottage has two sleeping rooms and Contains line young orange grove In Write us for prices, delivered at PHOTOGRAPH ENLARGING. II. .

.w ooil fur sale at all times. and .enan '. room in second story and Lanel fur Hale. bearing., 'Address, T. II. CHAMIIKH", your station. Brantley.. of Altoona Fla., has appointed -
F.. n. HotTKX. TitnsTille. sitting room, dining room and hitching lira Georglana, Fla. ", W A. :>AVCo., Miss Enter Lowery, of Titus J

below. Large, brick cisterns to hothouses l1- ,t Palatka! Fla. villa, local agent for the Consolidated

Shoe Adapted for a nice winter Choice 5 and 10 acre lots on the Peninsular Are You Oolnjr North ? f'. i '"- Portrait and Frame Co., of Chicago.All .
Itepalrln home. between Waveland and bewails CleanIng and I'remlitg. orders given her for the enlargingof

Price, $l,:SOO for the entire property. Point, fronting on both Indian and Ht. T 1 photographs and framing of plcvut I

I <*' all kind of boot and sho repalr- Terms, 1,000 cash $),5/Je> on mortgage Lucia rivers. Also Improved places, and Do not fail to get your tickets via the s will be promptly attended t
??, und do not* \\C. Opposite Jas. at 8 per cent. neat three-room unfurnished cottage to popular Clyde Line, from the agent. All work done up-to-date. Call and. work guaranteed. Miss Lowery \
forget ,
....- ard & Son. ADBEW GIBIOX.TltusTiUe Apply to GEO. M. ROBBIE, rent Apply to C. II. RACKIT, : C. II. WALTON, see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor will be found at her home at tun! "

Fla. 4-8t Titusville, Fla. 7may Waveland, Fla.I* Titusvllle. ("zs. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. beam In suburbs of Titusville. I



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i 2 I :. EAST COAST ADVUOATK" !;, MAY 13, 1904. I


JAPANESE SHELL FIRE I I While war creates many reputatlopi i

it breaks more than It makes A netlonal hed! The Walton Self-Locklnn Block Coat ., Cblcatro Ar..,. Men'. SnsTsrentiaiia on
-- 401 Atlantic avenue, Koston Mass, Till ..bJ.....
Seen iflk'. crisis Is a sifter of oien. The held a directors' meeting on Apiil :..roth.! How shall a girl salute the flag?
Its Fearful Effects as on ... rneHuea of the screen ure large. and the and the reslgniitlon of Capt. Geo. \VKl Tills nuostlon. unanswered by the

the Variag.TEN / man must be of really great caliber who does not go to the refuse heap I In: 11. E. Ulanchard, clirectois; J. W. Beahsi.cretary .. following solutions the other day
and director; 11. Loud, muuaKer -
: 1/ I I the shukeup. la times of peace one ; and Captain J. O. Walton treat at army militia und educational headquarters -

GUN CAPTAINS WEED KILLED may travel fur on his pretensions, but nrer, were accepted. in Chicago, says n dispatch,

t'.J 11/ war Is nu respecter of self estimate A That No One Is I' Balloting for officers/ to take the placeof from that city:

.... It la not eiiMy to keep one'a fame on Remedy the above then commenced and ended By stopping her conversational machinery -
llumilnn CralanU
Surgeon' on the .
I with the result mmimute.F.y
A ( following : a
OK CJitiiiuIpu llemiie liiaun, f 1The straight in the gale of buttle. Afraid To Take. J. O. Walton, president and supt.C. rIsing and standing at respectful at-

aDd \ l' Had >o One to CarDetails Tile bigger a man's position the bet C. Walton, vice-president and secty : tention.

_ Fur" 1Ia.u-TWO: JMpshI&CNO V....... Noon ter target he affords. In case of reverse Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup Edward Ellis h'ellsurerand manager. This liy prostrating refers to subjects herself In on leas the clvlllzudports. ground.

I generals. Viceroys and even kingsgo has been used in thousands of homes for II. Loud .salesman. ,

Jd the lt"I' ; Hour.Many down 11) the dust heap of bns-beena fifty-two years with perfect confidenceand tfio. W. Gregory director. Block By throwing a kiss. I
The. Walton Self-LockloKTackle Uy umllliiK and bowIng.;
of tlm" light off Chemulpo,
remarkable result
_ S Most commanders make tie mistake the most ls now largely used In the United State:! Uy court"'IDI aa la done In some countries ;

_ Korea between: thu Kuwnluii cruise spends her a hard noon working hour in an young endeavor; woman to< of talking/ too much. Itut war missile; The great success of this remedy is due Navy yard at Washington; D. C. when women'meet a priest. ;

Variag and tbw been Japanese fleet which till. get a little rest to carry her through/ tin are merciless to wind! inflated rcputalions. to the fact that its formula (which.consists Captain J. O. Wallon had Issued to< The ilrst proposition' met most ap '
_ huvo never published! on is him, on the O'h of April, two more pat proval.!
remaining hours of the day. She The god of battles bestows his of Bucliu, Hydrangea, :Mandrake
_ sldo were supplied by passengers of weak iinl weary, but she cannot give up fellow Dock Dandelion Sarsaparilla, enta for new Inventions tackle blocks, "I don't think; It would be possible to :
the Northern Pacific liner Victoria, the occupation which supports her She luurelii only on the one who does making fifteen patents on blocks the Captain make a woman salute the flag," said '

_ which recently arrived at Victoria IIO. must go back\; to the office and the typewriter things. In the language/ of the street Oentian, Senna and Iodide of Potassium]) has taken out. Major Funkhouser of the First regltueTit -

.. from the orient. to the store and its duties, with ability to "deliver tbo.goods" is the has been freely published. The Scientific American, of April 23, Illinois national guard. "It Is
Tho principal details relate to the tiresome! customers to wait on and exacting In Doctors and Druggists everywhere do KKM says: "J. O. Walton, HORton, Mass
only saving grace war. Tbe invention in this instance is in the not necoHhuiry. A woman's patriotism
awful effects of the Japanese shell fire For employers who to pleatte.weak and rundown All of which culls attention to Alex not hesitate to recommend a preparationwhich nature of novel tackle blocks, deuignet Is too well known." \

and the strange attacks of the battle. there people is)no medicine are so valuable all eleff not because of the presence ot they know contains the best to provide a very compact construclloi The chief clerk Mr. Michaels, of the I,

) A copy of the l'ort'111.ltevlev of laU I)r. Pierce's Goldeu Medical Discovery these requisite qualities, but from their itio-wn remedies for correcting all Irregularities of great power in which the blocks maybe department of the lake' said: !

date gives the following version ol It cures diseases of the stomach and absence. Alexelell has the distinction of the.Liver, Kidneys or Blood, conveniently formed! by casting, and "A woman la: not recognized In the I
/ the historic combat: other of digetttlon and nutrition. in which the various runs of the rope In !
organs and the diseases caused' by the failure of army. camp no regulations as to
: The VnrlaK and Korletg! mndc Many dnwases" in organs remote from the Just now a rather. unenviable one hItUHsht are sufficiently separated to avoid rub saluting the colors apply to her. If a
I in diseased of having brought the war these functions to perform their proper bins against each other thereby reducIng .
straight for the easterly channel, steerIng stoiriHch. have their origin a / on : la In. the of
woman i
a little west of south, the Japanese condition of the stomach and its allied with Japan. Some pne must be blamed work. I f i let ion and Increasing the etllcienc when company orxmen
to salute
: they are required!
is "weak'' of the device.
When the stomach Thousands of sick to whom life
orguni. !
fleet waiting for them eight miles for nil those battleships, cruisers and ones
and she should stop talking for a minute, I
there is a failure to properly digest have
away. When four tulles 'pnrnted assimilate the food which is eaten., other craft lying under the waters bl has been a burden written grateful BETWEEN LOVE AND DUTY. rise and stand at respectful attention.

them the Jnptinexe threw hot" across Hence the whole body, and each organof the Yellow flea, and why not Alexelelf? letters that others might profit by their The women of Porto Rico after the /

the ItusMluns how as a signal to heave it, suffers from lack of nutrition, sc When Nicholas heard of the loss ot experience. Vuunur Japanese Soldier. Narrow surrender, were forced to salute the I
to and surrender. that ni a of "weak stomach l':. > From IHnurrnow IJeutli.
_ consequence cai'< uu4 flag. Sentries compelled them to bow
the t'etropnvlovsk It Is said that he BLOOMING GBOVB Tax. Nov n 1902.
The only answer the UiiHHluns made there may be "weak lungs, weak"heart Into i If.... suffering terribly with indlffeition and At u dtuuer recently tendered to anuniher before tho start and stripes. If women
crowd fire and the "weak" or torpid liver "weak" burst tears and rather petulantly kidney trouble and pent to my druggist for
was to on more of vaL correapondcuts. by Jlru.. cannot thlnlr'of any other way,
diseases of the tometnlng to relieve me.
nerves, etc. By curing exclaimed, "That man brings UN only
Vnrhig began to leave the Korletz, and,. stomach and other of digestion A* he sent me a package of Dr. Thacher' Wood wife of the Aiuerlcnn militaryattache courtosying would be a good sugges-
organs III luck." 'That man" of course Liver and Blood I concluded to it,
teaming twenty-four knots, headed and nutrition, "Golden Medical iscov-i was and now I am deeply Syrup grateful to my druggist try at Tokyo, the hoBtesti told the tion."
straight for the JapnneNO fiagnhlp.! Tile ery" enables the assimilatIon of the AlexelefC. Then SkrydlofT the viceroy's a. well at to you.I t'ollo\\liiK Ftory which gives an Inter- In the public schools there Is no general
object was to got us. clone U8 possible the bitterest was appointed to the hud been sufferer from these things and
nutriment necessary for requirementllof enemy a general run-down condition for ten yearn, eittiimg; line on the world old struggle rule for saluting the flag. Tho
to the Japanese, as time VnrulK'x gunfi a healthy body. It increases the activity command of the Tort Arthur fleet, ou and hud only received temporary relief from between lo"e111<1 duty, says the Chi- Flag Day association several years
0.1 Inchon and quite useless of the blood-making glands, and other medicine nut after lining not quite two
were only Increases the of 'blood whichis the heels of which camo the announcement packages of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel cugo l'O>.lt correspondent: ago sought to have children drilled In
supply '
at tho diimago ningo," of the Japanese no the vital fluid of the liody. that the "czar of the fur east" a* Stout and hearty ai I ever did in my life andI "A young .InpiuieHo/ infantry recruit, a flag salute. The form was a military
am intiHfied that am .nUr..lyeured. I feelno
gunn. 'fhere.11I no alcohol in the "Discovery" had resigned. Why should he not symptoms whatever of kidney trouble, and It nppeurs, win fating out his heart salute, followed by repeating a patriotic
This wan at five minutes before digestion U good an living man's. with homesickness lu barracks. He the of the
anl it entirely free from opium, coCaine For some time Nicholas' had been my a* any verse on 'glory flag.
noon. The Japanese fleet was deployed and all other na-mtici. I can now eat whatever I chooae.I was but hud a wife and ,
never had any remedy give me such. quick very young -
snubbing him. There had been attempt
Into lint facing:. tho approachingsteaiuers Sick and ailing people i-- -cintty those an and permanent relief, and I can not put a correct three babies\ ninety miles In the coun- Exrlnilrri.Aactirn i'
nppnrently) ) not intending to suffering from ,' acase ill it, <."ironic form at first "to save his fnce," but estimate on the value your medicine has try. The night! umLaut when he could -Well, well! I congratulate
been to would take amount of
I not
bring'" their whole force to bear on are invited t I., Consult: Dr 1'iunu by letter even this had been aln tuloim'ii, latterly. money for Very gratefully any your stt'lid hilt hpiirtucbe no longer.: Hesllinod you old man; and how is the baby to

them. Tile two JnpnneHo veMHols that free. AU corrc-Hiioiidence, is held us Having been figuratively "kliked downstaIrs ].C. BROWN.Tf away, desperately: planning to bi named ?

.ml\lIIhellthe Vni'lng to pieces were the strictly Address private Dr. II.ana V. Pierce sicredly, Buffalo confidential.N. V. ," surely no further hints were frn you>amp t...(..".l a bottlf,mrdtrin and write"'hachtr'm.'"" for* .. nee hN loved 1 ones once more before 1'oplcy Hy my wife's people Itmueoms.Eximn

_ Awn ma and C'hlyoda; no other vesselsof There is no similar offer of Crete medical necessary to make plain the fact that JI..I,,. Itouk." hid. res i IUlt'nt: left for the frontier; nge.Thousands .

the Japanese fleet took part advice which lum behind it an ill Alexelt'lY Mas no longer In royal favor (flee. fumntom for advttf.M "When his abHonce was noted the I -
*imply anil to fr4 at our foe*
you Have
Not long after the warning shots the ,t ititc of national note such as the In lloth KuropiitUIu and MakarofI pmtf, Wa lettota what.. will .1... next morning he was designated! as adeyrter Kidney Trouble
two Japanese ships lot IOOHO their valid Hotel and Surgical Institute, I for aei. by all DruUl1bltwo .(*.._ffO and the whole and Don't Know it.
lUlu been made Independent! of the viceroy ..,st. .nd 91.OO.TltACUER.
V. \ Dr. -- ---
Buffalo N.
whole butteries tho nolno being terrifle. presided over by their bonds In shame because '
How To Flud
Tho Varalg swerved to eastward Pierce, its chief consulting physician, :( and at tho last did not even go MEDICINE CO., coward. Oct.
..._ they were follows to such u / Fill a bottle with
or common glass
with the assistance of nearly a score of through the form of reporting to him. C'tiatttnooya* XMldnoys your
and gave the Japanese her stniiiourdbroadside. skilled specialists."Tho ; A detachment was sent out to capture water and let It ttand twemy-f: jur hours; n
but sent their dispatches dhect to St. the mljBlnp: one. !but no clew wall p-s. sediment or set-
All about her the sea! was torn Into Wontior-ful Mad/cfno." Petersburg. Nothing' but the civil administration :'OEY5I\1tDrffiYCiJnr: found. Three days later the recruit c::::; P::" tllng Indicates an

foam and spouting! fountains of water, you"I know miiHt how nltllin 1 am aeml l ftvttintf a few tine nlottHT(o Mince you taking to let remained to Alexeleff and l'4C$ Crud L'jatdii-; '." returned. Ills face was haggard his '." k unhealthy condition

with machine gun fire and. exploding the wtjiulerfitl: tnedlrute wfilch Lured' me two In time of war there Is little civil administration eyes wild. from fatiguenud! his feet" u of the kidneys
)." writes. MIRK Ilrrthn r.btler, of 1416lletiton I : IfI stains
smash years air 1' tvL/
hellfl. Her steering
gear wns Mreet, 81. i,(,uuls Mo. "1 NUll continue required. So tie viceroy T> KKl'AKK< system to withstand massed with blisters' from his Ions linen It Isevlden.
ed early in the Unlit nail she hud to depend In very jooil health aiul, think there 1" not nh your Journey. He was met at the door of your .
left with nothing to be .- of kidney
.*ttrr incillritie on earth luau Ur. 1'ierce'nOolilcu the
debilitating effect of long
her engines to IItet'r.S.'Olng a
entirely on
Mediutt Uiwuveiy We woitUl nut lie over. Ills subordinate! Admiral Stark the bin-racks bIn; officer of his company f trouble: too
it was Impossible to make the wiihout. it in the house and aloo the little hot .
summer by eliminating the catauhgerm whose hate and rage was a personal frequent desire to
PeIle'ta'CI and General I'flug of "I regret to -
eastward passage, the Yllrhl 11 commander Since recommenileil Dr. I'lerce'a Golden re and powerful thing. .. oJ pass it or pain In
for tho west and frieiulA, 011,1 l all port" memory, had /gone by the board / ---- the
headed cunio' Mcdionl DUrovery to ninny they 'You ale not worthy t/> serve youreuiui1o1' back ((3 also
around In n coin-no which brought the ia think.the it beat will donut tiling (or whin ncrvouHiicttM I I. cluimeU and for It.for It u I as had also bin bee-rotary of state, a.TROPICAL .' the officer exelnlmed.: 'You convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder -

Turing very much nearer the Japa, wrnk run tlowll LOtitlitloii that any iHKly could ItexobrnxoCT, who Is lield Jointly re ponMtble are u doji n coward nnd have brought Are out of order.
wunt I wan very nervous nutl weak lunt nutnmer What to Do.
nese. Then the deadly work wns done I took live l,.mira aC l>r. 1'1.....,,,'. OolilenMutllcHl with his muster for having pre- disgrace upon the entire command. There is comfort In the

on her.Ten a new prriKin.11104l:0.rya,1 It gives it II jiiHt iiemou miitle new me feel tile( and like I I pltated the war M.VItte.. whom that you cun do to repair In part the oficn: exprer'sed, that Dr. KHmer knowledge s Swamp-so

of her twelve gun captains new hln>il I. 1 can now woik. all I I day Ionic without the Alexelelf party had been re ponsl- treachery you him'e committed: and Roe, the groat kidney remedy fulfills every
wero shot away. A shell struck her flinn the. least bit tire
forecastle, paused! 'between the arm a .iit-w,My pcrtion mother was also cured 1 by it of a very had no'thut In the eyes of our emperor Is to kill back kidneys: liver. bladder and every partof
buck into favor
and body of a gunner who hud his atnttf of HtouiHch trouble about three years RICO ing the signs yourself hero-nt 011(....' the urinary passage. It corrects inabllft"

bund on his hip, and, bursting, killed done I thank tor you me a stud thonititiid For your tlittei kind for adviue what"you have were such that wuyfurlug( man, even Time recruit lid I not hesitate a moment to hold\ water and scalding pain In pa-.jing

every other man on the forecastle. i though a Slav, could. not err In their but whipped! his short sword It, or bad effects following use of liquor
I Waalotl to Skoloton.
a winor
andWINE beer and overcomes that unpleasant:
Itoth bridges were destroyed by burstIng i Interpretation. Still Alexeleff could
About sic health failed. writes from l.iti licit mil I nil nod his ii rim>. The of
year ago my necessity being compelled to go often
shells, and Captain Uubnieff was Midi Alulliea) U (.reet, got :
up mm-y
Retting down lower and
seriously wounded. Co.lower Maryland., until I could kept acarcely walk scenes the I roff went down the viceroy hastened ( clown ,into the young soldier's during the night. The mild and tho extraordinary

A lieutenant who was In the conning flour without MtrutfxUnjr and iraHi>itiK fur bieatlt." .. to Port Arthur and somewhiit ostentatlouHly f.iccVby: did you leave the bur- effect of Swamp-Root Is soon

tower, peering through; the observation Mv home nnd catarrh phyviciail of the pronounced throat, but it although general debility he hoisted his admiral's flag onlyto rackslu> n'ikod: wondorlngly. for he realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful -

slit, had his face beaten did all lie could, he 'fulled to even relieve me I luck und bclicWMl thu t. u. uiuu who would cures of the most distressing: cases.If .
tried various remediea, but all of no avail I be frozen by of recognition at need
clear In and his head reduced to pulp run a\\iiy flout iU In time you a medicine you should have the
s i by tho terrlUc Impact of a shell which noon I wan wiiHted nermmded away to to write a mere to Or.akeleton.1 K. V. Pierce Finally, ofltullsli St. Petersburg. Then ciituo\ the appointment uf wnr would 1 be too much cowpnny of a cowardto best. Sold by druggists In 5Oc. andl. sizes.

truck the silt just opposite his face ,, N. Y.,which I did hn"e hiM kind advice I commenced the "'
receiving' very wonderful
# and exploded. line of but. 'olileui.. Medical DiHCovery' and *nvorite proverbial straw that broke tbevlcel'oY'1i '1 \\eut home to nee DIY wife and discovery "-_ ,
The scenes on tho fore and aft decks prescription, I took fourteen hultor\ otllclal back. and a book that tells ,t! ': -i:, i:::.t;: .
the. 'Ooldeil Medical. UiKCovrry' and nine of theKavorite .. Tones ) the system"positively uubivK, once l.tC the recruit faltered.s more about It, both sent .>.c.iff .RP ""
-. wero sickening. The Vurlng's surgeon 1'reHcription' unit to-day I ant a will .J.- "I cures \ here do they live?' absolutely free by mall, w :.":

_ went violently InRiine shortly after the good I dn health.heartily" thank. God and Ur fiercelor Why There Are Fortune In Lumber. Indigeittlon and destroy Talari germs. "'nle'OUII"; :; "soldier, mentioned the address Dr. Kilmer Pa Tim. or s';amp-oo.

engagement so that the wounded men Dr, l'ierce's Common Sense Medical Foreign opinions are always welcometo ThoiisninU of testltnonUls have been town und distance\ and the officer, Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention -
had to wait until boats with medical Adviser is sent free on of lifter bomu lil tllta thou, ordered him this reading this generous offer In this paper.
receipt Htatups Americans and
none more so than received! of the wonderful cures of this .._ _. _. .
assistance arrived from tlio neutral -- -
to pay expen-ie of mailing only. Send the comments: made of quarters, Hiiyint: 'You have done
hips.! u one-cent stamps for the hook in clorh hnppy ou some !great discovery. Otliei-H have been U great wrong but one who Is ready

The explosion of the Korletz was BO binding, or :31 tamps for this paper covcret the national habits that are almost unconscious benefited its use.V to die for his. gilevunce and one who
"lIhl'n" Address, Dr K, V. 1'ierce Americans hy not
neutral humor
violent that the commanders never resent can travel 1SO miles in three days U

/ asked Unit the Vurlug bo not blownup. 1 N. V. nt their own expense-that Is, if lot ul.oio' bud. 1ill intercede for Pains

Ihe was accordingly set on( fire the humor is good. The following from ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE TO CURE I'ou.: Dmgging
.tloit the ilnaalnn.
A 9uMTMre to
and unk. the Wudhington Post la decidedly of The boy wus spared," concludedMrs.

The Varhig'H forty-one dead were Somebody onc wrote an answer to that order: INDIGESTION Wood "which 1 fear would not
placed lu one of the cabins ami burned Proctor'! rhapsody about "The sea.ln DYSPEPSIA !: :
bare been the ease: ten years ago. His 2855 j I eeley St.,
and went down with their ship. sen, the open sesti"! and it wound "The toothpick habit U certainly strongly CUICAUO II.L. 2 1902.
Intrenched in thin great orth American regiment left for the front, and I am Oct., ,
np with this refrain: republic" said Mr W. Menilea of and CATARRH sure that the recruit will be a worthy I suffered with falling and con-

Menace of thr noil '...11. So I'll tuke mv stand Melbourne, Australia at the Shoreham. agent of his emperor when the harsh pf">ti ,u of the womb, with severe
Dr. I.. O. Howard chief entomologistof On land! On land "I Cam. over here with my twelve-year- moments plains through the groina. I suffered -
Forever and ever on solid land! old daughter a girl of an observant turn come.
the United States department of terribly at the time of menstruation -
of mind. At home I am In the lumber
This should be the motto of the Ittia- had l headaches
agriculture says the boll weevil cnnnotbe trade. and aha has heard. me speak of An blinding
exterminated nnd Unit It la only a .ilan commander in the far east from several millionaire lumbermen with Aggravating Cough Cured.A anil rushing of 1 blood to the brain.

question of time when it will Invade epented Indications, .says tho HulTalo( whom I do busIness In California and Or customer of ours who had been What to try 1 knew not, for it
Nt's. Hut perhaps the Japs will not egon. One day when -w every one of the cotton states. IMow- troll In San Francisco she said: 'Father. ninths, bought two bottles of Chamber- failed, but I had never tried Wineof
lug their Held In the autumn and keepIng IUIIt that way. I know now why all the people In this tin's Cough. Remedy from us and was Cardni that blessed remedy for

up .a constant study of and warfare OPtIc Immensely country In rich.your It Une I* of easy business enough, are to account so- nthely cured by one and a half bottles sick women I found it pleasant -

_ against their enemy lire, he says, the for the enormous American con- ot fr. It gives perfect satisfaction withour to take and noon knew that I had
only remedy the cotton planters have cures a cold In :21 hours. A modern umptlon of timber, for every man woman trade.-lIaYlJerarker.t Co., Llne- the right medicine. New bloodseemed

against tilt IPIlt.n" hue often been Jeniudy for I.aQilppe lulliienza.Couglis, and child I've Been' "in thin town is yule\ Ala. For sale by nil druggists and to course throneh my veins
I chewing. at a toothpick. medicine dealeis. and after using eleven bottles I
confronted" however, with somewhat tronoliltls, Sore Throat Neuralgia and was a well woman.
similar (conditions and notwithstanding then mutism. Purely vegetable, easy '
Dr. Howard's prediction. It seems 111I.1 pleasant to take and never fails to A Chicago physician ha- discovered 'Mn.faAR.i3 n .HOU "I i 9.I.M.1! 'jg jo .tU3 cLA4

probable that some et'tI'l'U\'O remedy give quick telief. 01 SRO III a ..m\lIl'ILuc. another sure cure for consumption. It (! A.un oiix '... mn jo s.15to

:may yet be found against even this elate coated tablet, and Is sold at 2'ic a Is fresh air. Sleep with the window poitu nooq &\111| pnlll"l i ant no oit'not

minute foe. box. lied Cross Pharmacy, Tttusvilie.uLmuisiJtou open he says. Urea the deep of the '! ] .(.I\a iiJtui 'uoHKl| ) sjq nj 'm-ll Mr*. Bush is now in perfect

: tiO.tIltl natural I medicine! furnished lij) no less pun 'pgrnj oqj n{ 8.tuijuo.| .(.luotu pun health because she took Wine of

_ l)(onfnc. Cannot lie Cured : SUAVO.J jo II physician than Dr. Nature, This cure B\\ar! .I0J tpItMII flit) tiltH fI11I11I 9n Cardui for menstrual! disorders,
| diU(
sm.UOol pUUUl '
"p 'II.I"'U 'up .t..M.) "hmpaitulZ t""Y1Ir.J"" 8.11.10.\\(
by local applications, an they cannot ..UailI1'i' .. OJdA1iII.I') .IU '> \ IPIII.Sq| | Is not entirely new but many of the nip jo auo )n onooo orji i\\\\ \ morAV Jo bearing down pains and blinding
reach the dlcemted uodu things are old-love, fur headaches when all other(remedies
portion of the iir. "s'iitIli diU ilumi t JIHU'l pouopin'I1' best evauiple: .Mpnnrj(r ',l.lnOl| 01 \ii.ituiiK .ILt

_ There I I..* only one way to euro IUi.ifnHx, AIOU lU( O '..\\'t.1iI1I".IIIIIUrPUI simple faith, honor. All tli.-se are as sq oj arno.) snti sv>"jd aqi pun 's.Ciis atj failed to bring her re't'f. Any

and that Is by constitutional remeilltm.l)6nfucnit 01111 Hl'im 'onp 8f S't l }O 88.)ui..ou,<4.iuo aq.L old as man. but are none the i II-K* valuable I lU ,) 'pa.muaddrsp! .iit| rmomfi pun ').'>tiiix.won sufferer may secure health by taking -
In caused by nn Inll.inieil!: condition '>. vu Muoi .u iii UI\11I msotUtItimulS .
because approved by th. < \,'erlenceof 1Juno t\ 011010.ilQL| 'p.rl1I1q.lilpnnq. ) Wine of Cardui in her home.

of Tube.time mucous When lining thU. limbo of the Knstacblan :Inflamed .. I.iIiI.iOuI'| ; JOn uli.MiO.lIt1 ,,,11I.1\ Otfl l. l1ttlJlt': ... Uy the way, tll<. Chicago ii 0il .t atjj s.!im '.fnpoi a.m ..Ctrso The first bottle convinces the patient

you have rumbling sound gets or U''i' sit a>i 11I..JMoUI4.h1t.| oqi OAV 5 ) .10 physician might have added that fresh MANUFACTURED ONLY BYtROP1CRLMANUFACTUR1NOC enblUn.l8J{ pUll aunT t IS 'olOIl.J she i i. on the rood to health.

imperfect hearing, and when it U. lIunU.a.ItI' Ill 1111U LId."ilM..1 a............. H air Is good for a number of diseases altoN' jo uon 11".'. "D.r us For adric in requiring
closed, Deafness I. the result, and unless tuberculosis. It U. ltno.l ponjBvioju beside even good # special directruna. address, living
the I inflammation 011blel taken out JACKSONVILLE.. paqa'Uo.1 0'1.\\ 'UIIII' ."UIIillqlmlJ.J.tI !
for people who have no diseases at all. "The Ladies' Advisory
and this tube restored to its normal con Ir'lng'M Itucliu AViifers emu jo oa'8laa tJl'8JduO.1 symptoms "

dltlon, hearing will bodestroyod forever; Backache liheumasm ._l.u ......'. MB -I ..C&.r .......... Department, The Chattanooga Tenn.WINEolCARDUI.
caused cure Scalding Urine. Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
nine cases of ten are by catarrh California l'runeVmtters.. -Sold by-
which U nothing but an Inflamed 1 con Nervousness Loss of Flesh, Sediment > OIBaC

dition of the mucous surfaces. We will In the Urine, Xenal Calculi. Dia Purely vegetable, they are nature's Red Cross Pharmacy :urea a cold In 24 hour. Relieves

give One Hundred Dollars for any case bates, and all Kidney troubles, IncludingBright's product and should be In every house- auralgta.. Bronchitis, and Headace.m .

of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot ( Disease. They are purely a hold. They cure constipation and all Tltusvllle, Fla. :: > for ting and Curative. Swift, Sure

be> cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. vegetable compound and act directly on disorders of the stomach liver and nd Safe. The Best of All Cold Reme- .
Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheeney the weakened tissues and blood vessels lies because the I0<) wafers :a.Vs.: most efficient./ Opaao 1
bowels. Red
... Co Toledo O. Soldby druggists 73c: ot the kidney and urinary organs. Soldat j Cross FoLETfioNErrARAd s a small chocolate coated tablet, and Is m TAR i i
11all'... Family Till are the best. COo a box by Red Cross Pharmacy. 'barmacy, Tltujvllle, Fla. lold: at 23o a box. Bed Cross .I
of.. .*,.. a'. ..,.,.. Pharmacy. CBTM Celdsi Pi-mote r...........

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professional Cards. California Prune Waters. hlllty that they would meet n like! fate .tnv Ami) 0' the Summer. ;

CHANCE FOR PEACERussia's all this without tile Ions of a ship by The Army ot Ih.- Mummer time In marching i iJ

Cure liver diseases and all stomach IA .liipnn and almost without the I loss of Inum. up the hulls. .

EO. M. BOBBINS, troubles; they act gently; but surely The van In. 'oplnic silently beside the
G strengthen the bowels and l stimulate wuklnK run:, I ; I
Fa- "Th destruction of the fleet of Ad.
them to action Losses Suggest a For here ninl "here the movements of the
healthy 1110.) wafers 23o.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Red n'1t'1I1Iukuroll', though not yet com- couriers :in- seen
AT-LAW. Cross Pharmacy, Tit usvtllu. vorable Time, Say Diplomats. rl"tIs.. practically speaking> alreadyluvompllshed. In spreading VMIVVII of greasy spears that
leap to lIvliiHT creen.
Tort Artuur will fallwinnever
,,II Will practice la State and United States Notice. to Away across the meadow! lands the jlanilpllonii -
Court. OUTLOOK HOPELESS ON THE SEA the Japanese get ready linUI

taue It. and with the full 01 I'nrtr- Each tluuntliift saucily his shield and For P.

Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA. IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT 1NJIAND FOR thur. If not now, the war virtually buckler iniule of Rt'lit. P.f.
lirevanl County, Florida. Are springing' Into action while the Inswt
Come Dlp1onin l Hop* CharVlll at an end and the hour has struck for ilrummi beat

L. GAULDEN, John R A.R. Walker John R. Mlof, John C. Jones, Banlah War farts From" rower ....i the 'Xllr to recover mastery of hluiaelf. X rally roll that sounds the charge, with f
Conking nun J. V. Hell, ai and In their
D. capacity. us County Coiun l loiiors of Urevanl Seek U*.t Trrnm Obtainable Before return to his original. 1 policy ofpeace winter In retreat

ATTORNEY-A T-L .W, Couuty, "'lor"I.., and seek settlement on the best' ...
V9Margaret Japan Suffers! a Great Lou*-:Maintained For soon the bnnnura of the rose will
terms that can be hud. blaao their white soil red, '
practice /la .U the Courts of the State Uootle. That Japanese Will Take i
Will "When we turn to the land we nnd And orchard. blooms In misty pine the
United Stated Court. To Margaret Qomla aDd to nil You!
it Florida. and the persons lnt ront- All Desirable Towna and Hold arniy'a tents will preml.
8.llu or Imviug liens upon the following dca-. that another wonderful thlus has hOI11t.1It' )
i. O Bos,23II. TITUSVILLK, FLA. crllieil. to wit that. tract of land lying! Them. been For now all rnvcly' In the hush of hIJJenmosay
prol.rl.V has evacuated
In >>... Florida to wit! CoinniHiiu.. 7 WEBB Inn where the north line, of the northeast quarterof That IlUNtdn III already hopelessly! the Uuatilun troop'" almost' without the The outpoal of the flower hot have set .
J. the northwest q,1artcrof t 8tlon II,'f(.wnKhll' their sentinels' .
1. 28 8, ItanlC'> 37 E, Internocts Uie wauim of liulian beaten and must noon swallow her Bring> of n shot. No land engagement> %
River, run thence went alone north line of said of Importance has. taken place. Rut
uuy ..
The of the time I.
ATTORNEYATLAWWill mentloneil 'quarter' some chains t.> the wen. pride and Hue for peace' in the opluloi army *umm r mar..hlnlrup .
without lose ou land or sea the Japanese the hills
practice In the Courts of the 7th subilivlHlon line of s..101 quarter line 40 chains; theni-e to run the south southwest alona corner the of some of the diplomatists of highest have obtained mastery of the The music of the fairy' horn the dlatant

Circuit. Taxes paid for pon-resldents l of the Houtlina" quarter of the northwost rank Washington, says Walter lUllltter"t Korea. forest nila.
rents and accounts collected. quarter. of nalil Reutlon 11, thence run east on Record-IIer ocean And anon, with rrlpkets> fifing and with DRINK
and the suliilivlaiim line 10 chains, thence run north Wellmnn In 'the Chicago "luii: tho first stage of the war Is flower tlatt unfurlt1.

''l'ITtJIIVlLLE! FLORIDA. 12 the: %waters chains of thence Indian cant River 18 chKius thence more or. lens to aid. These' men are not unfriendly to cloned, und it shown that Russia has Tha fetter made of garlands shall 1m-
the waters edge northwesterly to the point of! Russia. They are simply statesmen of been dislodged from her former potil-' prison half tha world
able -W. I). N Bbtt In Chicago Trlbuna.Sabtunrlu .
baginningexceptingala.ottwoaoresbulnnging Informed and
A.D.. PENNEY, to R W. uooilo.I the world well I tI"lI.'lttt next I am not of those >\'.. .....(..
through wide knowledge and long experience -
You are hereby notllloil to be and appear In who believe tho Japaneso will follow It la, said 1 that Jreul Itrltuln U now fr4i
the Circuit Court In and for lirevanl to catch the first faint eltadows ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW county. the UuMHlans. Into the Interior. I bellvve -
to ovvrtaUe France In I the
Florida,at the Clerk's oHlce upon rule iluv In of coming events. One of them i endeavoring
"'' FLORIDA. June lining: the tith day or June A. D. I'..... ti> the Japanese\ forces will tnke development of the submarine branch
TITUSVII.LK, show wb..tlntoN.t have In the well known on both sides of the Atlantic
,,1\ you ahove of her The admiralty him decided
land and to show cause why :to feet. right for his skill aw a dlnloinfttlut navy i
r Will practice In all the courts of the 7th of way for a public road should not he taken aim Vladivostok and that upon n submersible torpedo boat ,I
over nand. I land an proved In the I'laliittflVs made use of the following words: \
Judicial Circuit petition there they will stop. Why should they
which en n travel for I long distances. on
flied In this cause. In the Clerk's
olllee lor road :
"Uusslfi Is fast going! the to
the line of the 1'laltitltTs as a rlicht of way for a RI farther They. will then have what the surface at a high. xpecd 1 and can
public road t or else be forever barred. ruin. The war virtually over, and In worth fighting\ for. They. will haveluttetclued '
("s A. FROST, > at need dive entirely below In about "
Ordered/ at the Clerk's office at Tltusvllle., Russia Is vanqulHhod." Japan has command 1 themselves In the strongest, f
'__J. Florida. thin the 13th day of April A. I). ilK"' of the and command of the six seconds! nnd can reach depth of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, (Seal ('t. Ct.) A. A. HrEWAnr, sea l"I"Mlh'' positions. They can well afford 100 feet. These bunts are to ln of :200;! ) I'

Will practice In all the Courts of tbe7th| D t,. EN. Clerk Circuit Court.Att'y sea In modern warfare Is victory. Km- to hold their buses and let the enniy tons!!! dUplacoinent. During the prcMcnt THE GREAT
for Complainant.' uluue-nt. sin cannot win without recovering superiority
> dislodge them If they They
Judicial Circuit. ( can. year the French. navy will have thirty
of sea( power and that Is impossible HEALTH DRINK.
should mud In my opinion will and Bubinarlue boat In commlHHlon,

TITUBVILLB:, FLORIDA. Application for IMvorcr.IN unless !she! U willing to prolong the Mpeaker'a position' I assure my and the conflict threo years or until
readers makes his titteranceH lnrulfl-
short time to complete iiitt>n. .
O. A. FROST. WADE II. JONES. she can construct n nl'w"th'l.t of battleships Cant, "stay, close to tin son ", h'reth'y "IN THE GOOD
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SRVENT'1JiKlU'lnl That would mean the ruin of If the do
Circuit of Florida lirevanl ', nro masters. Jupanese" -
& JONES, County banksruptey
FROST In (hunrery the Russian empire hopeless this they will bo virtually untontluer'nble.
Annie Neal. commercial panic revolution at FLORIDA'S FAMOUS TRAINS OLD SUMMER
( > Possession. of the sea Is. every ,
VB J I For Divorce
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, George Neal.. lIt ) e borne thing."Ilnssln'H/ TIME.JI't r

Loans: and Collections. ell..IIIIOIlln upprairlnit. .. said by the cause mil,of and Complaint the, HllliUvIt, exhibit of "No:- ; there Is nothing for tho czar to I outlook Is. hopeless (She

complainant' ...lh'lto,', that the wlutreabouts ofdefendant do but to save what he can of tin cnnnot rec
TITUSVILLK FLORIDA. (Inorue Neal, In not known thatcnmpluinant's wreck.\ lIe could move at once. II.', she cannot put Into the fur east nut, "Chicago Florida Limited"ST.
Kfillntor hn used all miiiimt' In his
semi .
power to and Allhlller"I1I"nr. and tlmt lie has should dismiss the war party, maintain there an army strong enough 1

>O. A. WORLEY. It. 11. SI nIOUJt. linen, absantfortnm.ethan sixty. (HO) days. next AU'xeU'fT und Lessor mid nil the other to drive the .lapiincNe Into the spit, I

,X rORLEY & SEYMOUR, tion precedmgthearplimuian'that: *aid t defendant l : :; was farorderatpubllca-a resident of this:: belligerents\ Into retirement along with hnvo little hope that the czar will MHO AUOUSTINK( :: :, JACKSONVir.LK, t tl 1 1M

county and nll.e.That Hezsbrnzoir. The czar; can't well dis for pt'IWtI am tnllcln about what be
he Is over the agonf twontyoue years. and himself to CIIICAUO and ST. LOUIS
ATTORNEYSATLAW.Oo mills Ills uncles\ and aunts and rid should tlo not hunt, whnt I .believe ho dollcloun
that there Is no person within the state of Florida \ ID n rtlti..hln/l/
the Ni'rvlcq of whom would bind of the Influence of the grand dukes Thla Inxlu In linn ETTO
In State and Fed a subpoena upon will do. In my opinion tho UuHslnupe nl'uralA.1 over III* IIhllrt..b I I I
a general practice
sail defendant. ttttwmm tit .1'lI'k""lIvlllu. I'l 'tango
.should AiiKimrinii. made from
duchesses. Hut he 1 beverage ripe
eral Courts. Special attention givento Now vou. the said. George Neal. he and appear and grand ,>ph> will through prldfl, deinaml that coal. Ht 1.,1., and aironlii! the ii"iukust, miliuilulo _
before the Judge of our Court tin end of disregard their couiiMel. lie should reInstate hour .
admiralty practice. | on day tho war continue. There" will be a terrible by Hourly two .
Saw Palmetto HorileH. Ablloll\tolylree
May, A. I). 1'XU." said dun being\ the nrst Moiidav .
IFUISSELL- BUILDINGMIAMI, Fl.A. In salt) muith,10 answer said Kill of Complaint. DeItte and loan heavily upon ntnijKTli': I I If It t'ontlllll..M'ry Thin train In the ntniiihiril. .. nf |perfect>n in |I"IM- .
or a. decree prooonfeso will be entered. atr.ilnst Count Lamsdorlt, mid the othertrle"l long both nations will soon bo well\ saigersecsfeecone/sting' / of INillinuii, from pernlclousharmful drug Mutto
you, and tliecomiilainant will be allowed. to I'ro-1 He should Inunedlatoly rnwliiK( room, ItloOI'"t| Dining\
E. FOSTER cued exiiarto aAid causeIt !! of peace. nigh bankrupt. The czar did not want Obiurvitiliin Car.. stimulates the Liver! hushes the Kldneya +
STEPHEN lit turther ordered that. this notice bo pull 1 make overtures through Purls or wnr, but ho succumbed to the Influences Ixmvnn rtt' Angustlnerl20a.m.t; ..Iitclmiinvlllfl ,
llHheil. tn t' e EAST COAST ADVOOATK, a newspaper : London for mediation and n settlementwith "i 40 Arltve ( 4.10 Ht. Louts
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,; published s..hl"l\lOt, once' w."kj for nboiit him. Alexeleff Is the limn 11:11I1"::: u., 'hhl"K", : I'> in. not dlioctly on the bladder.
four consecutive weeks from the time of the Jnpan paying/ the necessary price who brought. on the wnr' simply be- .
Building Jax. flllnit of this Hill. -0- Makes\ tho' o perform tholr funoUoim -
Dyal-Upchurch and saving what he can out of the orgnnn
cntise thought the Japanese
Witness the honorable Minor R. .Jon. Judge were
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of said court .and. the Heal of said court.. In open. wreck. To continue the war U hope- lilulUny.\ Ills Is terrible responsibility. "The Dlxlo Flyor" In a natural way, thereby keeping i i
court In Tltusvllle, Florida., this lIItl1: day of "
less. It Is ruin and suicide
Tho future of hassle In dark Indeed
!March, A. 1>. 1WM. -
MINOII JONRH The forpgolng words summarize the JACKSONVILLE to CIIlOAflO and tho ayHtom In perfect anti healthy con
BURNIIA&f, M. D. but I fear the czar has not sufll-

NS. F.(Ct.Ct.SealJudge'ImmitCourt.J. WKIIO.SolIctor) for Complainant.. best opinion In the diplomatic world at cleat\ moral) courage to rise to the oocnslon ST. LOUIS. iii Lion. '
Washington. They would create a sensation -
and for at thin ta
sue peace vorn.
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, VilllniHil\ Vmtlbulail' DrawlnK-rnnin: HlenpliiK
If the name of the man who blo moment." Cars,rums JankHimvllla to ('Ii linage. anil Ht IAn I.

Ear, Nose and Throat. Masters!! !l Sale. spoke them could be given. Though 'In. Tlfroii, Miuton, Atlanta. Chattanooga,(Lookout

J III that of Individual Muiintaln) anil Nashville I
expression only an
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.D Irving1' Diirliu Waters
betaken T.envnTueksonvllle,5:05p.m.>) Arrive rhlnoROI.
and must not In any way 1
: : BY ViItrUE OP\ A DECREE i : u. ""I| Ht. L."I".7 a. in. the second. mm. n lug.KorHleeplnir .
Uufforeclosure and sale, Issued on' of the us possessing political significance / are true remedy for all Kidney Disease. oar nwnrvallnim. fur sillier tile>
U. IIOUGHT01i'S1YLO.TDTG Circuit Court. or Hrevard County Florida InChancery there Is In some mind at Washington from its most simple form-pain in the shove trnlnii, or any usher liiluriiiullini, write or -Sold by-
bearing date lieceml'cr :24th, A. U ;
1811, In a cause therein pendinic, wherein Aaron a belief and In others a hope hick, to Is worst and very dangerous call miK. .

DENTAL APARTMENTSon A. Di'Ui-auw Is complainant. an I 1,1/ile K Rice that the czar will rise to the crisis. of condition! -Heights I Dlseano. We meant J. WALKER, Pin. r..... At nt.Xiwhvllle Red Cross Pharmacy
and her husband., t:. H. Rice, lIre defendants, I when we they will cure you, and t
nay ChuttanmiKU Nt Ix>uli Hy.U
I the hour and the Titusville Fla
adopt course
will olfor for sale In front of the Court House very ,
the "Dentos we would not say It If we had not cons ., kminvllln, Flit" .
door, Tltusvllle, on Moml.iv. the 2nd Uy. of which has. boon Indicated. : Wont Hay Ht.
May HK)4, during the Icital hours of ...Ie. to the Idonce In them, which U. the direct re-
Now AT DAYTONA. blithest and best. bidder' for...."h. all 'ho follow I, It Is the belief of diplomatists whose sult' of our knowledge of their euro In -

ing described land, lying;: In Jtrevard Coiuity, opinions are of value that now before canes that seemed almost hopeless. Hold
Florida, .and. described as follows, to wit:
F E. BUCK, Itegi ning at a .point IH.41 lout west of the any great land. battles have been at Wo; a box by Red! Cross Pharmacy Lee & Bryant

south east corner of Block 4, of the town ot fought,: and Japan has made only trifling ,
Tituitvlile Klorlilii" thence, is" west 1)8.41 feet
Hiicrlflcea of and Him-
i is -Stockton! & Budd Building, MalnuSt.\ thence /gn north/ 21. feet .ihencv Ito east IM.41 ( men money, Field'. Finishing Toed ,. r'G4
feet, thence ito south 112.' O fe"t. Said lot fronting sin could tit'cure terms of f pence which Eugene; Field was once visiting tho ASH K:VI LUC, N. C.
i'I. Jacksonville. Rooms 13; 10,17. U8.41 feet. on Main street and ft2.'J' fee f on might bo regarded as favorable under.
Lemon street and being a part of jllock, 4 of house of Richard henry Htcxldard !nNow ,onoJ.: : -cLl OOXI.XI.isaior.1.: oJ.-o,1ar.1.1s.: : ;
DENTIST.: said town of Tltll"vlllc.W'or.ll nl( to the suit. !'the circumstances -that Is to say, bymerely York. During the evening a cnrt.du -
division of said block 4. now on tile In the
map d.
rown and Bridge'Work otllceof, the clerk of the Circuit Court of lirevard : granting Japan's original well known phyidelan dropped!" In. WK HOLICIT .SIlll'MKNTM OK-
Florida.OKO., mantle with one or two additions. Ile
County serious and bit
lie wax' a man pomp-
1 Porcelain Inlays, 8l'ocl,1'or. M. RonillVM.In Chancery. Ides a guarantee of the Independenceof 1111 It. The talk turned oil diet "Poclor" rLv: =TS vacGac: : : .c ..:$za cs aWE

IIIltt.-class Plate work.fOLEYS1IONEYrnTAR. Korea and evacuation of Manchuria
heard that
mild Stixldard!, "I've your MARK\ PUOMl'T UKTUUNS.CKFKIIKNCKM : .
'- Notice of Ph'loItleetll1 of Japan would; now doubtless Insist upon r',t two egg at ltl't'ullfllltt every mornng -

the surrender to her or at leant tho disarmament the year round." "No:- ," said tho !: :' :. : Hnltery Park' (Hank, .\ali.,vlll.., N I'. ; (Hank nf nend monvllle, lice
Creditors. w and neutralization of tho demonvllle, N C ; Dunn and Itrnilnlruet' 'ommervlul Agenda t
Stops ths cough and ideals Junes doctor emphatically. "No. On I hit ('Oil- '

Llaotung peninsula, Including of course tniry. "On the contrary'' 'rled Htoddird. -

rr\1: THE PISTRirrCMPIlTOFTIIB! : fXITEDHintes Port Arthur "',"Iult'. the contrary of fating
IS' for the Southern District of Florida.In "Hut Port Arthur will soon fall Into two eggs?" "Laying two eggs." cumo MASON M. CLAaE

bankruptcy the possession of Jnpan" said the dl- ,
rFn v In the matter of (' C. Mast Bankrupt. '" deep, ftolemn!' I ones. from Field.
plomatlHt already quot.," "Thnt must
To the Creditors of C. C. :Mast of Eden In the 110 Murray\ Street and 1(1(1( ( Went ('tretlt. NEW: YOIIK.
be Inl'vltnble.Vlth
tfCri County of llrovanl and State of Florida, lit said as seu

II llmtrict. bankrupt' power lost the holding of Port Arthur r
Notice, I Is hereby given that on the 211.1 l day of bf1llt'ot
; lit doubtful value to Russia. 4.
:Miv: A. D., r"4! the said <'. n.! Mast warn. duly d Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant. '
:; EEDS MEET adluill'ated' bankrupt. ,ami'that the first meet,In* It Is n tat:r: upon her military strength
held the ounce of the
? of hi- .TedltorH will bo it wltliont II corresponding nd vn utllJ."M.. I
NEEDS C'le'k of sa d I Court ,n the City nf ksonviHe' J.
nival "OllIlIV. Florida'. ,In said, lilstrlcr/ on tho As long as the''lluHHlan fleet wan Miilll- .
Expertenre has eAtAhllAhed It as 21st day of \tay. A. II 1 1'HM' at three o'clock' In clently formldahe to HPKCIAI.TIKS': :: :
.'tae I. Hold by nil ilenlern. You the afternoon, at which time the ....11 creditors menace Japanesetrnnsports
.ow-they (trow. 1004 Seed limy attend. iirnve th' Ir claims' appoint" $ a trim' !, or ports Port Arthur was
Annual postpaid tree to ali up- examinnthe lunk-npfr, and trunwiot. such Floriilii Grapefruit
tcei I'incjJiiples Oranges
to the
K plicunta ,ether Inislnew as" may prol'Hlyclllue herm...said. the key Hltuatlon. nut now the t

D. M. FERRY A. CO. 1..y3.1JI14.. RiiKslan+ fleet Is more than half destroyed

DETROIT, MICH. (iE'11IOR'.f.Kuferee l'oWp.I.r h, Hunk .y.Master's or disabled.1 Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.F. .
t .. "What remain In In a state of de- I'

I nionillxditlon. Admiral Togo has onlyto
-- -- in
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The Largest and Most Cooi- station n part of his squadron before the ttrrttt., Pcopli t tllll

the port establish a blockade, and rushed from thrrdcort Ruhlraaxi c& Co.

elate Establishment South. I'fRAXr> BY VIRTLE OFA DECREE 'IF Port Arthur Itself and the Russian and otralnei

U r. closure and sale entered Judicial In the Circuit Circuit of thlpM there are powerless to Inflict any t their eyes on th- :! Wimlilnffton tie )l NKW YOKK.i .
'GEO Court f"r the Heventh! .
bid Icon it
S. HACKER & F'orlila! for Hrevard County tn a cause thereinnendln d.lIl1l1le111011 Japan. All the troopllHu..11I A struggling i lIa:l Murray tleet. ( X. Y.
for I life
wherein John H. Hoirsn Iscomplalnant fighting
keeps at Port Arthur are so'
and WUilnn: H. Hplers Is defendant I will sell at Even the poor pun>
auction at the front door of the Court! many- men out of the fighting eUe- ill
lulferer :
\lions at Tltusvlllo rl'irlda. on the sixth day of where. The minute the remnant of the { inK in /
2 sick room was' forgotten
June 1:104' between. the hours of II a. m and Oranges Pineapples ,
;u'cloi-k p: m, to the hlchcst and best Milder for RiiHHlau fleet come out of the harbor while the fan .
cash, the land dewrllieU below orso mucli there- fly breatblen thin ulran .
.stl.fy the decree In and give battle the Japanese will overwhelm gazed: at $( ,
.aid cause may be amounting necessary to to'MII.IMI: and interest atS them with superior force. If tragedy of the air. Then they went bad:'.

;per cent from May: a. P59' and the touts ot they tiijr in port, they are ll.1r..llnwbllo to the tick room to tell of the ttrribl and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
said cause tit he taxed by the clerk of the court, struggle; for life they had just witnr. ,'t..ct 1.Jt 1.
of land situated' In the
tnLIJto Japanese are strong r
to IIrevard wit the Cnunty.f011"winY Flnrlda. via: Lolli one (II. did not occur to them that under then" represent several: of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent\
enough to after the cruisers at VIni>-
,, (2), lour (4... ami Ave (15)) of action thlrty-flv ;; go very eyes a more terrible, more pathetic I
F (J5) thirty I ( ertl.ii M.aooth." rranege(forty: (4O'InwiKblp ) IvoMtolc. struggle was going on daily. you also Hive u. a trial ahlpmeiit. Established 3D) 7 ar..
four( "So> fur as sea power It concernedthe There can be nothing more pitiful -

... east and coutalnlng 1:0,01: !1'::JwLTfy outlook In altogether hopeless for than the struggle/ the consumptive -F -
-- > > olal"M' : .,. r.Hollctlur makes ll
r r against disease. The greatest
OWl.f. ROBHI-.I- Russia. If the Ilultlc fleet 1 In sent to iK'r": Br.IKIIIID: is
for Complainant. help in this struggle it. gained 1 by then u.s
the Pacific, it In turn will be overpowered f -
e of Dr. Pierce' Golden 41edic Dis- -
MANUFACTURERS OF and destroyed.Vbnt I wish to cover .. It ,
cures obstinate cough, wra
Doors Sash Blinds. Xotlce. emplmtdxe Is that by losing the freedom I and bleeding lung, emaciation, and M. Lane & Son

of the ocean Itutodit bUll lout the struggle other ailment which if neglected or ,

HERKHY JVEV THAT 11N- and It is useless to continue It on unskillfully treated find a fatal! ternl na-
Moulding( & Bnilding Material 1\0 IS ?: to the Ju"ar"| r the CircuitGmrt land. I ion in consumption YOHK. t:
1\ In afwl for Brevanl/ (',mlDt). riortila.. : ala tf owe of my daughter.< ..... tulfTrtnt onttmnnt a.10 STHEKT .
Office A: Warerooms opposite ,. !'">'*. "ixm &.....noat..r. "If three month ago any one had of a anrrr* cough be.lIc fever w..tln '
King, on th practicable.! for a license t.. iiiana e. predicted what haw. actually happened ': .I flesh end .her symptoms Jt dl.uord .unlf..'
Cannon Street.Charleston an.lontrol all my property soil! .rites Rev- Joseph H .pnn.n of N.num"prin" Produce
take charge "f free dealer In ever respect.; Le would have been deemed crazy. One : ".., Ir..11 Co.. I I. C .. I .nm Southern Fruit and f.
S. C. rJ become a ErF/t. AL .ERAAN.jTAruan Russian naval detachment destroyed at her In. R. V l'Ienoe'a Gulden M.,\...1 Iiwmry
with gratifying IIUO'.... and ..hnow enloyeesoelteot
Chemulpo, another bottled up and health. This, being true. I hereby .
Sash _A TRUSTWORTIIir' LnnnleiM. Vladivostok the third andprincipal heartily ndorK yew medicine "
Weights Cord aiu minusbasins.4
: ,* Udy in eaeb _nt, to Accept' aubntitute for "G )J.Jen Medical l- Ccmmic> : .
oM e.ubll.ho'lCnicaco bou. of one cot to pieces and virtually
for an JfJlOOV U nothing "jurt
a yN "
Hardware .nthl. lloaQ'S.1 .t..n.I1Dj. ,Utl.i A to IItralll.'h\, eto",, "."""bon,h .... blockaded' at Port Arthur; Japuriem- u good" for diseases of the stomcb, FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

,... "Jy.with.a.. wryer exp I" direct from hea .. ..... "II.1 transports moving everywhere without bloOd and lung :

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JAMES FBITCHAKD, President; WM. M. BRows, VicePresident.W. .



It now looks as If Senator Talia- INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

*WILY ,JOOBJIAL DBVOTBD TO Tat DBTBUOr ferro has won over all his opponents ,

Hit NT' Olr TH. IMDIAH *IV.., LAKBWOBTB in the first primary. This !isa HELD TUESDAY MAY 10, 1904.. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
r AND BI8OAYHS BATSEOTIOHI.FCBLISUKD victory for the people, aa there
can be no doubt that Senator Talia Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
EVBftT: : FRIDAY. ferro is in a position to render the Paid up capital, \J$4OOOO
than Where there was no competition for county offices-such as County r Average deposits, $16O.OOO
whole country more good
& Publisher.
O>ABLBI H. WAI.TOH Editor w '
t other man whom the people could Judge, Treasurer, Tax Collector and Sheriff, also Circuit Judge-the ?

..Discontinuance.lly a t thus office of or writing.jneelt mad pen have nominated. Ills previous record names are left out of the following table. We have merely printed ,- Transacts a General Banking

in tbfl Senate has been a mOlt the names of candidates where most interest III tentered.

,etc.,may b.mad payable to CHABXBSS. remarkable one so far as the effect. Business.

WALTOH publl ber. ive, intelligent work is concerned. i: 41 I I t1 i
InfonnaUon From the latest bulletins It still J-! blJ _, ... ... w a... I M I > f .- ., 1 Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rigor
KT In writing!!:to I:: ::: .Ot:1. : : .... ::IS.-"I! 4I' f 1 rI
o\ my kind Uio writer will oblige by encl.... seems aa if Taliaferro will win over f !;; :;;i c.8 -! = is: rI &!S f ;; :. :s1 = -;; I { Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign
JaR a .tampeil-a ..1 primary he will be so far in the .::3 FUaWI J! wW/ti" t7 ta':;I :wIU:: 7aWiiF: ; : FS. 1 _- ..
4 BOSTON nFFIC'C-Tn. EA T COAST A I..n. / futranage appreciated. Prompt service politetreatmentandeveryfavorconeietentwfthcon '
1 DATE ban opcuoil an oftloalit 4O4 Atlnntlo avenue lead aa to make Ills triumph com U. Senator -
.odtxin Walton., which will bu in clmrtftt of Mr. ClaudeO. plete on the 7th of June. But I It Wllklnl'on Call I o. 3: I 1. 1 I I I. ? y y ervative banking! granted.
W.Ii. Jennlnlt'.. 1 7.1E G 2 9 I 5 0 ( .. r y% CORRE.IONDENTStTtux '
Is be that second
to hoped a prl
:N. Y., Empire State
23toI. 829 .
Address all oommnnloatloni EAST COAST ADVOCATE to mary will not be necessary. Sen J.J.N.O.Stol1kton.2H P. 'rallaferro. (U I 64 03. ,, 1(1'28( : 0 2 7 l-F_.,, Company. Jacksonville,N.V..Nati, Fla. Bank of Jacksonville.
ator Tullaferro's record has been Congress/ 1.. ?
TrrosviLLi. FLORIDA.O. I
.. so thoroughly discussed that I It J. E. Alexander. 7 31. :312 1 5 1 24 . 'CITTJSVILLE, T'LA.lclurra .
"'- -- -- -- -- . .4 51 1010 831 60 : ..
J.M: Barre..
would be
merely a repetition to again "
Frank Clark :3 I 8. 82l1: 7 4 6 !! ,. .. .
S. Department of Agriculture place it before our readers Dough'rty I au 1J 8 a : 22... .? .
Weather Jlureau-JupitcrFlaJ All we have to Bay is, that the peo 1N. P. Watson. 1 4. 2 3 1. 3 3.. : & Baker
pie have done themselves proud i In Governor: ,
rhe following>. a comparative state recognizing the services of our dis. N. B. Broward 24 34. 18 If) 11 4 16 (I .. .
ment of temperature and rainfall for the O. M. Brown 1 18 11 l4' 3 123 84 I: ,
weekending Tuesday May :'J.I, lOOt. tingulshed junior senator, and the n. w. Davis. 7 4:; .1280: 8 112 ? 4O1-414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
-1004- -7-1903 very flattering vote he baa received n. n. Hays. ,. 1 l1) 15 2 1. 1 b . .
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. ia an indication of the esteem and :l'Iee't'y of State' Makers and Jobbers of-
27 83 00 73 (II) confidence in which he Is held by J. E. llroome. 121L g8 21 2. I 5 62 I .
28 71) 63 77 OR O. Crawford 18 . .10 II:! U 9 J7 I .. .
20 80( /53: 78 (;il 1) the people of the whole state. B. .F... Kirk. 1. 2 ::1. 3 8 .. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
30 70 02: 70 00 The state count for Taliaferro is, Att' General : ,
1 80 08 78 02 up to yesterday, 18,000; Stockton W. U.. EIII8 . 14 ::22 0 4 913 .. .. . .
2 82: 08OS 83 72 10,000 ; Jennings, o.OOO ; Davis, A. !'It. O-Abram. 1IJ ::21 :ao( 6 4l.l: : aJ: I . Saddlery,'Rubber Tires.
83 72 .
3 83 State HIIIt. of
""otal rainfall for the weeks O.fiO 9,000 ; Iiroward,0,000Mays; ,5,000); Pub 1nstrurtlon.W. First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.

Dopa ture from normal rainfall for the Brown, 4,800. 1\1. Holloway 2.:;; ...21110( 4 818 5011)) ,15 813 4. 22.. . .
weokt minus 0,16lnahos.( Departure -- -- ---- .. -- W. N. HheatsI.\ 213U tI 520 2821 . 12 ? 6 3 4. 7. --- --- --- --- ----- - --- -------- -- ---- --- -----

fr >oa normal rainfall since January 1, AdJ't General .
minus 1.74 InoboH.HAL. ANONYMOUS LETTERS. J.e.n.I..m.te..12. .21)2:; 7810 3726 . 12 8 6 II . . Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
P. IlAiipiN. Observer.. Allen'1'homas, It. ., 11 4 1 4.3: 3(110 . 7. U . ... : : .

'. -- _. ---_ ._ Htate'H A t./onrn..v-- 12 7 4 2 .
---- --- OF late. the ADVOCATE has receiv cj.luii: : : 4.. 4 4 1J. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
To TilE victor belongs the spoils. a few anonymous letters which .Mtatv C Jones Ht'nntor, .,,. .:;.31._ 5z .I 19) I 1111 l al:! OHI 721) 1212 713. 33.. !/.'''' , ,It.

Let there be no ill-feeling againstthe were too personal for thesn col. F. M.lludaen.,21 411645.11 4 \040 Ul70. 1j II i 018411.,6. -* %

successful. .candidates.. along umns. the Now East:it it Coast pretty that wel1li.nown we hold M.The S.Legislature:::Snots/ .: 12 7.J 0 II 16 8 IJ 2 32 3. 2 2 28 8. 3 2..20 .. 4 Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick......
Olnudl' Olmstead 8' 33; 3855: 7 8W: IH 48 ? 4 2 10 718 r 1140 7 .
Now the primary is over, let us strong views upon the subject of f .J.M. Osban 2b>> ri2:! UI 4 2 o17 20 8. 17 417 7. 1 2 :127 Offices foot ol- Hogan Street, Jacksonville Florida.. Telephone No. 262.J. .
letters. In .
anonymous our opinion Pros Att'1 : ,
and mudslinging
hive harmony no no act can be much worse than (}. A. Jo.roHt. . 18 151 1T23 Ii 525 10 :301.' 0 j 411 6 1 7 32420 2 K. MUNXKKLYN, General Manager.The .

in the democratic ranks. writing an epistle of abuse, com M. lollillolllith. : 18 O2 : :IJ 4 till) lOll : ? 14 4 18 ? 011 11110 a .U _ __ n __ _
I ,
Clerk Circuit Ct I
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plaint, censure or vindication without AA.tewart.,; :.21: 7Ul1731 lll 421)) 4 3:; 6 730.812610341 6 Oldest Established Grain and Hoed Haute in'the State.
WELL,. the political agony Is a signature. The ADVOCATE H. n. 1VIIeon W 53 l't2J: 11 1 8114 1M :!11" HI :2! a" 8 4 a 41127. -i----
partially over; but what a time we wants none of that kind of letter. Tax ASMI'1I80r I I t ,
1 1 4 7U20, 1 ., . 527 0 I .
No think of WA. Farmer, 2 23 :! 2 O. :2. .
bave had during the campaign. man ought puttinga I' A. I\lcl\lIlIan.\ 2 IDs! 1,1UI)710, 312 21) 12! ? Ii 1,2., 8 2 4 (124 1. Wm.: : A. Sours:: cSl: ; Co.

-. .----. .. communication upon paper to J. I!'. Mitchell 11 651u4J' 2 11, u. 6 pb 2 810. 7 7 1 Ii 2. .
I Ilia claimed that Davis is first which he is not willing to give the W. n. Nnnders :21.! 1> U 117 1211! 'j" 11 1 U 1 211)) 6 4 GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

in the race for Governor ; that formal ftidorpoment of his. name Pub.County Instruction l'iupt. of 0i 0/7/ ,
Still there be, after all an
leads Barre majority may 02\\\ &\ i$ 711 7U60alO; 0 4. 71n 111 tl2I .
Clark by a big letter that J. F1:. 'ultz. . 4 25 Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
; and that Stockton's votes have anonymous deserves t o I J. H. Walker. 81 U711t1I\J\ 14 U2l 8l: .1'28' 2 227. 0. 7 :l.:47 U ,
been wasted. be commended, as, for example, Cn. Surveyor : 71 I SZiBI1 MI r*> 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
when it contains a five or ten dui l J. 0. Fries. . .21 iP8. ,4426 11,82., 683',2(1.( 1''> 1774. 7. .
-. -- ----- .- lIAr bill, and is modestly( sent to re- J. MNwnln. . '7 2U. 10 21:1: 53 .U. 6. 8 1. 8.7.! . Agts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L'R'y, and Plant System.

CONSIDEUAHI.K political corres- lieve the necessities of a suffering Co.let Vmnrnllt'r District! :: 414,1:1, _______ ___- h __" _____ ____ _" ____ ______

pondence was left out of our last family, a poor, worn out editor or C.IiNauman.,2:1 I: : : 40. 11:11: 31 :215 '75 13 .14 ? 8 2 1.1.:! . : : t3 i r -
issue for want of time to put it to help on some good cause in the I W, 1t. Welker. : 11 1)3.; 3J21: 01610\ LS20.: 12 7h 7. .I1) . .
ads and town where reside. What :lnll District! : rSdP ; :
into type. Some political you J.l.Mlot..26.l 48 :211! I 5) 36 4,130.: . .30..13.7. . . '
communications arrived at this of. moreover, could be more delicate lrll: District: ,

five as late as Saturday morning. than a kind note and a few dollar n. A. Oonkllug 18 52.4218121318! 15240. 11 ? 815 6 4. 115. ,
one day too late. dropped, so to peas*, out of the John Houston. ,1-1 52! 1147 .a. 228; 8. . 1U I 5 3 8. 18 .

clouds into thA hands of a sober, 4th District : 01 I I SPAULDING'S ROSE No.4. ; $3.26 Bbl.
-- J.C.JonI'8..2010noIHJi: : ; > 1J; 823 3310:1:116: : 7. .11. 6 4 5. .
gratifying this office industrious struggling man, and J.1LWynn10 :22! 6jU.l7:. 1 6161514(1.( 4..27. 417 2 03736 1 rI1 BLISS TRIUMPH, $3.00 tol
IT I is to telling him to be of good cheer ? ; :
8th District
: HEBRON $2.76"
to see the large amount of job work J. .'. Bel L . 25; 4021> 6 :f3 0066. . 22 UIU U. . . l .
Garden and Seeds.
that have received the -- ----- --
we past .Mt'III. School Ud.1st .
month or so. We tender thanks to District: I L. O-A.lYXDG3H.O3Xr.::: Sac cd.smrtri.:: : ,
who have TO MERCHANTS.It A, J. Carter: 30 . 7. 1\0 O8 33 . 20 6" .
those J
sup. 2nd District 30121 I 14 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
ported the ADVOCATE so liberally, Is strange that advertisers n. Ensey.! Ii 93. 018 4. .' 214 11. 113 \U12 1. 5. .
both in job work and ads. "One B..llulll'8ty..28.. 51 17:11:: :3 529 2114. 313. 6 I 2 b . 14. 3 .23 roD B D f.rUI a.-U--of.
good turn deserves another." should need to be reminded that U. E. MIIIIII . 2 211. :! 3 It 11 :I0.u.: G l. 1 2 I 2.11. .
trade is going on every day of the 3rd District I
----- ---- year. Equally Inexplicable is it W. I H. Ellward. 8 28.,1614 1 1 5110, 4763. 0 4. 5. 1. 3. .
KEEP the paint and white wash that storekeepers and others should J. M.Orrel.1: 5015118 g 8l3: GO U. 14 318 71220!f ? -==---==-,.= -

brush busy. There is nothing that deem It good policy to advertise J.Rt'glllt't'n.Carruthers Officer. 15 31 1418 3 214 6320. 2 3 U 12 l 1137 4 -
helps the looks of a town more than only when trade is brisk. If ad. W. S. Norwood ,,19 UO. II IOH: 2811:1. 1120. U 1 6 :2 I 5 27 .... .
neatly painted houses and( clean vertislng bring trade, it should Game Warden : WAMEORANGE CoJa'LA
17 623 \ 314 I .
and streets. Let follow that there Is most need to 1'. A. RoblnHon.. 0 'd. 32 5 3812\J. 4,12, 4 12. .
yards everyoneget E. O. tulUm'rlin: 1 52. ,25'22 b 813 832.j. 416 0 ,,1) 3. 2. .
a hustle on themselves and keep use It when trade is lightest. When -"r--

continually at it, and we will reap there is least trade there should lie) The primary election at TltuavUle, on Tue day, passed off very quietly. The

a reward beyond our expectations.Get greater effort put forth to secure it. saloon was closed, there wall no drunkenness or disorderly conduct and Marehal sD Z.W

out of that slow, behlnd-the : When trade Is abundant, it comes Worley had practically nothing to do. The weather was delightful, and
times style and do something to Into one almost without effort on B C
everyone went to the polls with smiling countenance It would give the ADVoCATIC X
benefit the town in which you re- his part. There is trade on the much pleasure to publish, today, the complete returns of Tuel'lday'' demo- r
East: Coast of l<'lorida.all
side. __ __. _. .. throughthe oratle primary election t but owing: to the want of Interest taken by some of the' M JiAL
summer not much of it
clerks of electloD, who were too sleepy, tired or \ill to make a copy of votosl09st, we
THE!: Clay County Times says : be sure, but trade there Is, for the failed to get correct returns from all precincts for this Issue,but hope to have them I

"The meanest' man on the face of the seeking. It U good policy to advnrtlse by the time our nest Issue goes forth.Ve tender thanks to those who so. : Hay, Grain Flour, Meal. Grits,
globe is a man that is able finan- nearly as freely in the dull promptly supplied the ADVOVATE: with the un ot11clal returns publlllhed alove. ,

cially to pay $1.00 per year for a as in the busy months, and it is I Mea wOl.k..llIke Trojans during the day for their respective candidates, and. L1.1o. 00D10l:11: : : ;" E1o.; "

county paper and will not do it, but poor policy to decline to advertiseat I hey left "no atone uoturned" to secure votes. :

will borrow or exchange from his all in the dull months. The _._ I Weight and Quality Guaranteed ,
neighbor his and often takes newspaper man is generally underas --- -- -- -- -- --- --- -- -
paper ----------- --
it away with him, not being contented big an expense in the summer as No I G 1C 13ATIY ALAHAIKD All kinds of
to read it and leave it. .Can he is in the winter ; but Instead of HT a PvrcUtcnt Cough but Permanently Agricultural Implements. AgentsFOR

you think of one meaner than one closing his office, he keeps plodding Cored by ChainbnrUlu'a Couch lleinady.: THE
Mr. H. I*. Ituibage, a student at law -. ].C7M0r' IIdLRRO"OP--: :
along during the dull
will summer
do find
who this ? You can In Greenville, 8. C., had been troubledfor
just such all over the country, but months, when it would frequently four or five ;years with a continuous .
thank goodness our Green Cove be money in his pocket to close his tion cough which he says, "greatly alarmed :.:
Springs people are too high.toned olllce from June to November. Our I roe, causing me to fear I was In the. first oj' i a: '
plate stage of consumption." Mr, Burbage en
for that, and none to mean as to be merchants should get a hustle on Of haTing) seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy :: ,
a seen reading a borrowed paper. We them, and not allow business to slip : advertised, concluded to try It. Now :!
are proud to he able to say this. by their doors to other towns. lore I read what he says of It: "1 soon felt a :...0..; ...
remarkable change and after using two t::
but II!:
--- ------- bottles of the size
twenty-five cent was < 0
.. permanently cured." :Sold:: by all druggist ::a
i ABUSIVE ARTICLES. M i nlny nor" Co>tnm nln and medicine dealers. ::a 0o
She .r II Lllllll'.''" woiimu has solved the glues LA ;
question of the rainy diiy. She tucks hat -- ---- - :..0; a.:

HAYING refused to publish several her rubes up to her kntn-s, puts on tion, ANHEUSER Q- ...
scurrilous political communications woool"1dogll Owe or six inches bleb .. BUSCH,,. .
:;J ,
during the present campaign, and UM her stockings are merely short and .
'' the following, clipped from the socks the wet and the splashing ouly Brewing Asso's.Famous ;..

Sanford Chronicle, strikes the ADVOCATE fall on bare ankle and logs. ThereIs F
i la consequence very little difficulty uM'I: St.Louis and
to a T : Keg; Bottled
about the after cleaning and the kimono king" A THE CEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE CO.
"We might make the Chronicle more la not warred by mud colored stains down Beer. Sanford, Florida.
interesting If we would adopt the polloy that will not come out. This cUltommaY' other Bold by Mewirs.F.A.Losley and
of the publication and publish
average but R.L.Motlow. ,TltnsvllleF1a.By .
seem a trltle queer, a* no one
dirty, personal articles. By BO doing,
many subscribers and borrowers) would In Japan notices It or vn thinks mark Mr.R.L.Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. & O'Hara
then get time to see what was said about about It and the little ladles do It QuitenaturallY' "' Hodges .
We It Is really not more queer JOSEPH ZAPF
their neighbors: or competitors. met ...Manufacturers and Dealers'ln...
aloof from method and which ladles haveof
have held such than the custom our "Oh
believe the majority of our readers would wearing decollete dresses In the Sully Sole Agent. Rt CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
prefer a able, and up-to-date evening which the Japanese In turn !
of the business rather than sensational -
record' articles that would do no good think most Queer If not actually un n : 010 to 020 West Bay Street, Orange Box Heads, Frnlt and Vegetable Cratea Mouldings,Shingles, etc.
and cause more or less feeling and possible civilized. It Is the old question of (' Hills and office located at Buffalo Bluff. Fla. Write us for prices delivered
east and west. Luiuiuu 'fuller. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. to of the State.
harm." Bully.' any part Address x liodgea O'llarm, Buffalo Blarr,1"la.r ..

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___ = bT COAST ADVOCATE, MAY 13: land\ g
Melbourne. !\ ,


Send Us Your Order :KB": Subscriptions for BHS

I. received the pink at paper the oi Melbourne the Elllt Postofflce.Coast will ft G.offloe PE ORAS81t open all night.BCltUTLF.R Eau Oallle M. n.-Ttlll'jfr81'b', FlorUU.Cupt. : .. f

:R-31-- : RICHARD W GOODE._R l Estate. Bennett's vegetable garden Is WHOLESALE GROCERS.
JUG.. Public and worth
Per.Gal. Convevanoer. a visit.
( for Xtn r

co rl'ERDISTILLED.. *186 : LherptrolandLondonandGlobe.Insersnc.lh.mpanles., Special andHartforii attention;; The residence of B. F. Treat will soon Fruit and :

QUEEN: CITY... .. 900 TRADESPECIALTY: -paid--to the Interest-- -- of nun-resldente.. ----- be covered in. Produce Jobbers.Corner .

SOUTH. aw DR L. A. PEEK-l'RVIICUIi Miss Dascomb bus
SUNNY : Aim AntOIMIi. gone to New York
6ILT-iiboE:! ... 8 00 A .. afl'Atrnoon.Relhlenoe, Melbourne. A.t Esu GalUe, every via the Clyde Line. l
Bay Julia Sts.
?!&DtREg' .... ... .... 400 : The Erl King, Dr. Schuyler's yawl, is ,

OVERHOLT... .. ...... 400 : HOTEL UKM.EVt'K-Melbmirne, Florida. A back at her moorings.Geo. WE GRAINIA1VD
healthy CARRY
winter. resurt on high; pine Isms, overluoklnn A FULL LINE OF HAY FEED f
....... Indian
OLD HALIFAX 400 : per flav. Special River.rates.Raw t *'<..I! anil upward Anderson Is away on a vacation

.. write for rat.,1 to Madam per E.week M or Campbell neaiion., with his patents In Alabama. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. t' ,
Manner, R,
; SONET OCXEUXT : W. Campbell,Proprietor. W. B. Cross has opened his fish house Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season "
.. In
Eau Gallie for the bAKiNGPOWDER
.. Postmaster Oleason of Eau' Oallle, was summer j "We solicit consignments of Fruits and to Vegetables !
; BACK For.Oal.3 In Melbourne, Monday, on business.Mr. Captain McXab has housed. his yachton
his own lot on the Eau I
U.illle\ river. --
N. O. WHITE.... .. .. 185: and Mrs. Wallace Barden left last HOW BONES GROW, I
GOODS : ::
IF 4 week for their home The steamer, Lillian carried
summer in an excursion
WHITE BKTffeR. .... 2 004 N..Y. Owego,
party to Cocoa ou the 3rd lout. The involution From Cnrtllitire !.

f DON'T WHITE FNIE:. ........ .. 250: The ruins of old Hotel Carleton have' C. B. Gifford, of Tibbals, has been In Absolutely Pare Slow sod fuuiplloiXvd.Hone .

SUIT.LAUREL.VA LEY. .. .. 300 been cleared away and the ground Is now : Eau Gallie, having some repairs done to In its earliest tugnn culled
: : ready for the material for the new t arle- I his launch, the Emma L. The vessel ?AERELSJVDSUBSnrL1TEGeorglana. temporary cnrtlliiKt>,.lias fibrous tissue

... ton. was on Hodgflon's ways. as Its primary foundation. The. chief ,

-WE HAVE OTHERS Mrs. Mldiiy. and daughter Matilda, left Mr. and Mrs. MoNab left for Youngstown -- -- uses of bones are to pl'otel'tIil'1I tit

...I last week for their I home in Canton, O. 0., on the 8th Inst., and the AD- orKiuift and to form a framework forth ,
WRH'E US ". ...I We look forward with pleasme to their VOCATE follows. They will return to .* body, by which, In combination
I return in the fall. their home here In the fall. with the,luilHcles, the body Is moved.

J.J J. WILLIAMS Mrs. Dr. Paine left last week for a B. F. Treat, who has a new home here Miss\ Winnie Dixon was visiting Mrs.\ As growth advances stnmuer! mechanical I.

summer's visit to Now Jersey. Tho baa gone; to Portsmouth by advice of his II. S. William from Tuesday until Saturday support becomes imcensary, I
I' P. O. Box 401. best wishes of friends here follow her, Mr. Treat is suffering from last week situ as scaffolding In gradually removed -I '
, and we hope for her return next season a cbronlO Sore throat. Mra_. Treat. an. In the course of building LOOK TO YOUR EYES. t)i,
-- --- --
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.. | companied him."WatcU. The Kpworth League Social will be,
each of the soft cartilage is cleared If from defects
part -
Last or 4'
e Monday, Mrs. Span ler caught held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. any eye wea :
TTTTTYY 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT her tint fish while trolling from C. K. Munson on Friday nwny piece by piece, nt Best by the sight! call at my new well-appohttod optl t
evening, May: 13.
Faran's launch. Miss Emma :Spangle the 11lneJ's""When ./ absorption of Its ('''"lrl\ll"rt, and then cal Institute. Special, complete tense f
---- --- also caught a large bass from the snme they are effected, life Is in dan Mr.\ and Mrs.' Hughes/ anti Miss Mary by the deposit of u few particles of grinding outfit connection.. f

Tibbals. boat on Monday. They report a tine ger," says Dr. Abernethy, the great Eng and H'lttfeld were callers. upon J\J\ I'll. Clement bony matter to take Its plant DR. E. If. AKMHTRONO. ,
time and lots of sport. \lish physician. daughters ou Saturday: ; afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville\
Folev's Kidney Cure The arteries. nv\t enlarge and deposit 11 Laura St. Fla.

Mrs Rebecca Spangler and daughter; makes sound kidneys. and Mrs. A. L. Bruner were call gnmuleH of calcareous phoNpuatP,

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Luce returned Emma, who have been pleasant /guests of f lag upon friends In Lotus on Thursday which are laid down, particle by particle -

from their wedding tour on Friday evenS the Carloton; Cottage nil, winter. .left last Fort Pierce. Miss Iteth spent the afternoon with Miss In 1'"lIllIrinPIi.\ so as to form END OF A SAD ROMANCE. J JI'Hlhftln
Thursday for their home In Merchantvflle _
Ing. continuous llbcrx. which cross connectand -- -
It Is planned to arrange a set of assembly of their, N. :J., followed by the best wishes Dell Munnon and, ulster, Miss Bonnie unite frOrit different center and 1nel.trnt of the MU.nnrlll >
dances at the Club-house soon, aa so numerous friends here.Chas. John Jones was a pleasant visitor in Carter, Wt'II' to MelUinirno' on Thnrndny by dellnlie laws' .iMlr.lil|> IIU..>tr.

many of young people enjoy this pleas K. Faran left on Thuisdav for town to day. of last week, for u visit "Ith the Rev. Kuch distinct hunt, Is tlnix formedtrout One of tile most' piitlu-tlo/ incidents oft! (

ure more than any other; and. need more his home in Cincinnati!, O. Mr. Furan II. O. Itronson's .J. B. hawk and wife. Thov returnedon OHulllc or base forming centers, the dlMiinter on Hie biittleHblp, MlHMourll

practice. has been one of the pleasant guuitrs of f about completed. new residence Is VI lt.Friday. much pleased with their! which unite l It y u natural ntllnlty. Dr.lionet was the kill I UK'. MM they stood probublyj/ f

W II. Harris has enlarged his packinghouse ,: the Carleton first Cottage the past season, among Lo 'onten IIIIM compared Ms( nroccNS to the attic by .Hide, of MltlHtilpnien Thomas)
to 20x.l4lt., making it now one leave. He Clients has a to host come of and the last to to cast his vote on Tuesday.In town Monday Mrs Hemrs'PKil and children Miss method !h)' which it sculptor modeli, Ward cud W I 10. T. Nets. nnum/ whose/]
warm In Adelaide
of the largest on the ridpe. lIe has also Melbourne. and Mimipr Kdwiml. left, on first In plastic| unitrliil the form to \bo devoted friendship, covrrlnt t severnb
put quite an addition to his house, making Mrs. HodgoHon; of Eau Gallic, is visit i Thursday, for. tlnli home, In Evansron, expressed. lu 11I11 rill... yen l's.' had I nttriicted attention, not only) f
1C now a very commodious residence. Mrs. M. K. Moses left on Thursday Ing :Mrs. Nesbltc, a few days. III., anulher Instuncn of tdiowlnc whaft on tho AllHHOiirl, but throughout the
for her home in our climate will tin for pale cheeks and
The borne districts stood well for Mr.' Moses has spent Philadelphia a pleasant, Pa. Mrs. Election day passed off very quietly, their little. bodies. -they aio now rosy SEEING DOUBLE. navy, says WiiMhlnKton lUHpntcn to-
Reason at
Hudson, and so also did the north end Hotel Bellevue\ where she made a host quite a largo/ number going to the polls. and plump. -- Use New York llernld. '

of Breyard. Never before were BO many of friends, and best wishes follow her The fishing lately, trawling for trout, Mrs.I Will I WlttfeM, whose, little !!.... ln votes polled, and the greasiest Interest for a pleasant sumuer and safe return baa been excellent for this time of the lloyd, died last week, received the son mid, the KT. Munploe. men continually reminded their friendsof ,
shown in getting the best men In. Three to Melbourne next winter year. news of her mother's death' a short time Among the< eiirllfHt. coimetiuenceM of Zhu story of Minion and Pythian.,

cheers for Hudson.A Mrs. 1;. K. Ricou of Jensen, was In ago. She Is almost prostrated with strong drink must. bo placed' the luck They. filtered" the, Naval academy the

merry serenade was given Mr. and Ten Years In lied. town Tuesday visiting the various merchants grief' In her double! bereavement. They of proper co-ordlnation of all mtmcular sumo year, Ward, a few month. beforej Ii
Mrs. W.V.. Luoe on Saturday nightby hero. have the love unil/ sympathy of all who movements. TlilH applies' not only\ to Neumann and all during their courneiut

their Eden filends. Solos, duets and R. A. Gray, J. P., Oakvllle, Ind., Mr. W. I. Bass of know them. the llinbM., HH Is seen In the staggering, Annapolis wore Inseparable). They
quartettes of tin pans, tin horns and tin i writes, "For ten years I was confined to Jacksonville wan Miss Bessie gait, but to all III slinriHl each other's joys and, sorrows
around Carter aimNted Miss parts a healthy body
my bud with disease of kidneys. It Tuesday, shaking hands with his
whistles with all the dogs in the my
und closer .
were thnn
Ruth brother Th yl
ninde which .
was so severe that I could not move many friends here. some little girls' nappy net In IIY III 111I 1111'
as a chorus, made things lively paitof
the time. I consulted the best on Saturday: ufternoou, bv treating them Certain parts of the retinas of both both completed their four year courser'
especially after a neighbor had added a very The lev.! WbMder, of Tampa, is holdIng to a "candy pu'llntf.' :Misses Catherine: nt thus acMidemy In moa) !, but months!
I' megaphone to the symphony. The ser- medical skill\ available, but could get no protracted meeting lu the Metho Clement eyes l"IMM..1I what .lint. called syini' -
enad6l' ,becomln tlredadjoured to learna relict until Folev's Kidney Cure was rA- dist church this week. Baldwin, and Adelaide lleinpstoad, Nina thetlc nreiiM, no that though each eyo beforo tills line ciiino they bad nveiv
new song, leaving their instrumentson commended to me. It has been a Godsend Beth 3ruoer wore the Invited has HH own image, yet by ('oIlUnll''e planning to obtain, If possible, assignments -'
This section has guests.
a neighboring veranda; but while to me. been visited by some these are tea IIM in It ted to to the MIIIIIO Mp.

, they were getting rested, the bride and very which nice is showers the I last few dupe, I Mrs. Clement nnd daughter; Mr. Coo- the brain as only uric object Hbonld Through the Influence of Mupertorj
I groom carried said Instruments home Melbourne Beach. great/ help to growing crops. over, and her little SOD, lament, Allan the miiHclen by.any cause be uneijunl ofHcers who had noted and ndmlredl

and greeted them with "a surprise ser Archdeacon It. F. Brown will hold ser Clement and his charming ulster, Miss\ to regulate the associated movements the frank and manly devotion the two'

enade" on their return ; so wishing: the vices In /St. Andrew's church, Fort Pierre Catherine, and one Mm van t, left, Wednesday the luuiKi'rt of extiTiiul objects are young men bad for each other, tlilsi '
young and happy couple all the good Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodgson came Sunday evening at 7:10::) o'clock. All are for their homo In New York thrown of the IonIC cherished/ wish was. realized, and!
on iiusyinpiltUetlv areas
city. Three of the
things they could think of, all said'Good down from Eau Gnllle Sunday Invited. party CAme for their
and they were both nimlffnod to .
the Mint
Sight." health, and they were bunefltted retina, mid the result Is that they appear
dined wllh Admiral Gillis and ----- ---- very '
family. much-If rosy hooks and bright'/ eyes double. sour!, Ward, on )" ('11. 21 and Neumann' J I

Some young people w ere over from Made Young Again. are Indications of good health. The Al>. This may easily Ito tried' in the on Feh. 2H, IOOT1.

\ White City. Melbourne, Tuesday evening, for a walk "One of Dr."King's New Life Pills each VOCATE follows them for one year. healthy eye by mjiiepiilng' one eyeball A sad/ fentiirn. of the matter was
on the seashore, and, Incidentally, after night for two that an a natural of
/ weeks has put me In my --- slightly, when tho Images. will fall on consequence] their
turtle eggs. "teens" again, writes D. II. Turner, Quick Arr Ht. areas not usually sympathetic, and two cloxo relations' Midshipman Neumann!

Many of our people enjoyed a pleasant Do not fall to subscribe for the EAST of Demptteytown, Pa, They are the objects uppeiir Instead of ono, or If had met and fallen In love with hi*
'I best 1n the world for liver J. A. Culledge of Verbena, Ala. wax" friend's,
'I picnic on Sunday. COAST ADVOCATK before you go north. stomach and twice In the a finger be pointed upward about two sister and shortly before being -
bowels. hospital from
It is and up-to-date free from Purely vegetable. Never gripe. a severe case | suddenly stricken dead had
newsy trained
Mr.' of of piles 24 feet away, snit a candle b( placed further
Jorganson, Grant, was here on scurrilous articles. Only 25o: at Red Cross Pharmacy.Indianola. causing tumors.' After rloet her tj
Saturday night and Sunday. I ors and all\ remedies failed, Buck Inn's off still, then the eyes, looking promise to become his wife.

Fred Mrs. Stickney, daughter of Mrs. Olllls, Arnica Salve quickly arrested further Closely ut the finger, will perceive two This fact had naturally brought the
land to Chrlstenson has gone to Wave- went to Eau Gallie on Sunday afternoonon Intlaroatlon and cured him. It oonquors images of the distant candle. two men rloser than ever before and'
work for :
II. I.
Klopp. business, preparatory to her departure aches and kill pain 2io at Red Cross their devoted friendship. during their

Mr' Poppell, of Jensen, spent several for Richmond, Va. Pharmacy. service on tho Missouri wan more "
| day here the first of the week. The sunshine and quickening showers Mrs. Grether, who spent about ten marked even than during their year tat

The ADVOCATE office does all kinds of of the week are bringing; Mr. Beau]ass's days In Jacksonville, has returned bere. PRANK OF SCHOLARS. How Their Originate .... (heat > n..oa the ncademy.

job printing, and do not forget It. pines rapidly to perfect ripeness and delicious Mrs. Reed and little Their Cnnstsae7.

Hans Chrlatan is busy clearing his fragrance and Il.ivor. of Jacksonville, who have daughter been, Marlon visiting, Indiana Trmrltrr and ills Held GlrvnWlirrlbiirrovr The constancy of trade. winds Ix due The Ptiotavrnth. Good, Work.

newly-purchased land near the sawmill. Mrs.' Francis Montgomery has returned Mrs Gretber; have turned home. Itlilee l>r Haplle. to the .permanence) of the conditions "Maud's" latest photograph U just ".

from her visit to Malabar, having hada James I.. Crawford John W. 'Peters school superintendent which rule them. As the heated air at lovely. -
Mr. Larson, of the west side sawmill, pleasant time, and will be at homo to six ineb artesian Is having! three, of Curiuel, Intl. wan married to the equator ascends, surface winds set "Is It?"

lumber naa been shipping another carload of her friends at Myrtle cottage.Mr. sufficient power wells for put down his electric, to Insure Miss Nellie' Ilnwlcy, und he and his la from north and south and, uniting, "Yvs. I had to auk who It was."-
to Jensen.Mr. .
Clevelund Plain Dealer
Curtis light plant. bride were recently taken to school. lu ascend lu their turn and flow off In u
and accompanied by a party of _.....................____..... __ .... ._.._._ 'h.U..L..v. ___H_ .u____.._____ .. opuirncuuim.
Mrs. .
Edwards, of Fort Pierce, frlqnds from lionaventure, on his yacht, At 1 1 n, IPIIJIV' liuiuiiui' jjn pu"uu -
Were out here on Sunday viewing their the Bertha escorted a bridal couple on a ADVOCATK every place Is along Indian River the dlHplitrlJ to the Chicago Inter Ocean. As the velocity of the earth's revolutions KlndneMB a language that even the

orange grove and pinery. visit to old ocean early In the week. new names are warmly welcomed, and The ,girls of the school conveyed the from east to west Is much greater dumb brute can understand; like sl-

Little Walter Peterson was severely Miss Sue Hopkins, having closed her to its long list of continually 1111 bKcrl bUill.being added bride /and the boys hjimllnl the super at the equator than at the poles wind lenco It III golden and touches the heartof

bitten by a. savage dog last Sunday. The school at Fort Pierce, is visiting her father Intemlriit.Ho blowing along Its. surface to tho equator every animate thing In creation.Mexwell'i .-
dog was promptly killed. In the pleasant cottage of her uncle John L. Crawford's orange grove Is hud told them experience of bU Is constantly arriving at place Talisman.

Sir. and Mrs. Robinson, of Eldred, and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting. certainly looking the long In fine, drYIIIell condition, notwithstanding oolli'K' days and they bad/ been wait which have a higher velocity than Itself JOB PRINTING-- -of---nil -kinds- done at

I were\ pleasant callers\ upon Mr. and Mrs.' :Miss: Mildred C. Hicks, who has beenan had. The grove undoubtedly shows we bave I lug fur the opportunity to work! off ; hence It is retarded and must lag this office, at reasonable rates. Give

Laittunt on Sunday afternoon.. attractive feature the Myrtle cot- has had good attention. Pity Mr. Craw. their energy 'In' viuulutlng Ills under- behind, mid under the Influeilco of two us a share of your work.

We cottage family for several seasons, left, ford Is not here to see and admire It. grudllll t'.IK. opposing forces. It Is compelled to takean -
, two had the pleasure of listening to Wednesday! for her home at Palatine, Mr. mid MM.; Trier were taken Into Intermwllnto direction, so (that what I.rlllth-I : i

Rev very Mr. fine sermons, delivered by the Illinois. Letter received from Mrs. J, I.. Craw the fu'tioolrootn and 0111'11 I upon for was originally a north wind Is deflect Job

Weatherwax, last, Sunday.Wm. Claude Beaujean was over from Melbourne ford state that she, In company with her Hpectlic'i The superintendent Introduced eel and flows suntliwest, while what I

his Keester, who has been visiting this week, and treated the good son and started his wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. Sheppard his. bride, und a parade of the started as a south wind bvcotuos north Do not forget the fact that at the AD- "
I slater, Mrs. J. M. Orrel' during the launch, Dawn, to a coat of a week or so ago for San streets followed. do
Past copper paint, Francisco Cal. to attend )In. Teters was west. VOCUTB office, Tltusvllle, we job f,
week the
lei Methodist
day night., t for Norfolk, Va.. on Sun so that now she moves over the water convention, and before returning borne wheeled about anti curried on a ladder From the great service they have printing of all kinds, neatly cheaply and 1 I

more of a beauty than ever. will make a trip to AU ka. liy the girls of the school and the rendered to navigation these reliable expedltionidy. Letterhead, Notebeads, I

, a bell Our school superintendent has ordered Our energetic, enterprising citizen, O. Dr. George 11111 Is teacher was lifted high la the air by winds are called trod winds. It Is la Billheads, Envelopes, Tags, and all other

, large for the School-bouse mean a Glbbs, went to :Eau t Gillie, Monday, on alterations made baring In quite extensive Home of the sturdy boys lIe took the a wide ocean, such a* the Pacific( that kinds.
one for the town. There Is a movement matters of business, and returning home his kitchen,
on foot to In the way of closets' and pantries and joke g'HHI imtureUly, only occasionally they hate their full scuts.Cricket. .
procure a Hag.i was caught by a thunder and rainstorm, tbe Doctor Is ; pulling tbe hair of a handy student to
going to put all bands at ,
and received quite a. drenching. HOW TO SAVE ICE.
i f Cemetery plcnio will occur on work painting the house, boat-house, keep his fingers warm. la "a....
Saturday, May 21st, when It Is expected Admiral Glllls and wife, and Henry : etc., and have everything In fine order When Mr, Tet rs thought the ccle- There Is a large green cricket, larger .
Considerable Improvements will be made Whiting and wife leave on Monday for before he leaves for the north. brntlon was oil over some of the boys I than our native variety of which the q + 4

way of cleaning UP and laying out Melbourne, thence to Jacksonville, via procured a mil and tied him on It. He children In Japan sro fond. It Is soli
walk, etc. the Clyde Line to New York. Mrs. We are sorry to see that the beautifulash '
hail on house slippers which dangled in cunning little bamboo/ cages in
loaves Melbourne at the tree on the county road, |imt northof |
same r
Mr. Crawford's In the chilly air.There booths on the streets and lit loved for r. t
time, for Richmond, Va. place, hall been cut
A Sure Thing. down. It not only afforded shade) dur Its cheery chirp. PYt'ral I vnrletles of

'III laid' nonlng Is death Capt. Beaujean invited the residentsof log the hot summer month", but the ab tree crickets are pure white, coming ,I.
sure '
f raxe8, bllt that IB> not altogether except true Melbourne Ueach to take; a sail In his tree U valuable for medicinal purposes; Is more catarrh In this sectionof at different time of the yetir. Horn

i.1 King's New Discovery for Consump- beautiful yacht, Ida May, last Sunday, and, we understand, Is growing quite' the country than si J other UlHuaaen put have a note so loud end Insistent that
of them invite
and eight accepted
,."I ill a sure cure for all lung and Lion and attended Divine service at the scarce. together, and until tbo last few years to have two or three playing tbelr
troubles. Thousands can. testify was supposed to be fiddlesn a garden it one make it
t Mrs. C. B. VanMetre of ahept discourse rrVe cannot guarantee to publish noise almost deafening, while specie
by Dr. great
frdtown hearing an many years doctor. It
pronounced Is that
revere Wettt Va IIay.: "I had a Paine. The day was fine fine, the wea Items that do not reach this offlee before local disease that come! late In the fall b.. an exquisite one appeal forcibly to every (
I cave Of Bronchitis| and for a year ther and trip delightful. noon on Thursdays.TITUSVILLE'S. a and prescribed 1 local remedies note like the quick ringing of a housekeeper, as well as to hotels, rcstauIn -

li f. everything I beard of but!got no re- ____H_ and by constantly failing to sure aman h.1II ,.... butcher... IlrOClfrl.. deoaalst.s.. and
COvery One then bottle of Dr. King'. New" DIsf ( A Startling Test. with local treatment, pronounced It In. I In fact to every merchant- who- eon.ulDeeIce

f fofaiibie; for oured me absolutely. Its TRAINS.The j I curable. Science ban proven catarrh to How AatbrMlt Coal witS F.riM.4. In his business. II
P"D croup, whooping cough'/' To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merrltt, of be a constitutional disease, and, there Geologists are of the opinion that Numerous tests and careful experimenting XI
Its and (! .Phai No. Mehoopaoy, Pa., made a startling fore requires constitutional treatment. I have resulted In the discovery of the
Cross bituminous coals
i and anthracite were
nteed following the times
by Red wonderful l are of arrival
Trial teat resulting In a cure. Ha I Hall's Catarrh t'
Cure HAVIN ICE I'AD which when
manufactured If. placed
, 1. bottles free ReJt. sizes 600VtIT writes "a patient was attacked with and departure of passenger trains to and I by formed during the same period and under ,
J. Cheney tit
III. .1. from Tltusvllle Co., Toledo 0., Is tbe only like Orl !In your Ice Lox or the Ice chamber of 1
caused by ulceration condition. .lsally they
violent hemorrages, I
constitutional will reduce
cure on tbe market. It I I. your refrigerator, the consumption -
\ of tbe stomach. 1 bad often found E- eocTBcocniD.Leaves taken Internally doses from 10 dropsto were all bituminous but during tte of your lee 15 to 33 1-3 per cent.

USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS; lectrlo Bitters excellent for acute stomach Tltnuvl 1.tot Miami and I 3:ft p m a teaspoonful It acts directly on the violent contortions sad upheavals of The Pad Is an Ingenious little device, tbe f
' when and liver troubles, so I prescribed them. blood and the earth's at the close of the I
I you can buy the best Self-Lock- Intermediate point at ) mucous surfaces of the sys simplicity of which Is one of Its greatest
: lag> Tackle The patient gained from the first, and lO-JMpm: tem. They offer one hundred dollar) for carboniferous age tbe bituminous coal. recommendations. All you do Is to place ,
i rlce.J Block at nearly the same has hot bad an attack In 14 months" sorlrseolraa.fw.v.Tnsuvilletot any cue It fails to cure. Send for clrculara Involved In that disturbance were It on the bottom of your Ice, chamber .
StateR Now. Jn use In the United Electric Bitters are positively guaranteed JackionvUto 1 *:ttsm and testimonials. Address, changed by heat and pressure and the with the Ice resting upon It, and It will 1

l F.ull1lne Army nd.Navy Department. for dyspepsia Indigestion, constipationand and Intermediate points st j 1:13 p n f. J. CHENEY A: CO., Toledo. O. consequent expulsion of volatile matter do the rest. Write for booklet. I
trouble Try them.
tnem .tPritchard A: Son, orTltUJTllle. kidney OnlyCOo a I3r-Sold by .
the I, T/tnavtll/ for Baaford 1:11II a.m druggists, 750. from bituminous to anthnclte.r P. O. WALTON AGENT.Titusvllle '
ADV0:4 Red Cross
T&office, at Pharmacy. Arrives Titos vlll. from Baaford 13.Mp.ja Hall's Family pm are the best Florida.EA. .



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6 HAST COAST ADVOCATE, M\Y 13. 1904. .

tilt! lake itaUuil. in order to '

1, A crop that pays may not I I teat the value of this Invention he .y t Florida East Coast Ry.
monde two trips to the arctic! circle In
pay as well as it should.Potash. i the Yerraak trying/ her against the

eternal I ice of the polar zone. That III i ia LOCAL TIME CARD No. 55. In Effect Apr. 12,1904.NORTHBOUNDREAD .

J good Illustration of hIs character
Ho !left nothing to theory or chance. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. y UP.

1 Admiral MakaroCC was commander 1 4 ro9 No.89 No.29 STATIONS No.88 N..71
I at Cronstndt, the Russian Gibraltar, h DUI7. D"UT. l .UT. P"UT.

is a plant fill"! which all crops must have. before ho was ordered to the far east, 0 0 040. .................... ......,..v :'k.onv a Ar............... .. .. 8\IU. 1
Without sufficient PoUuli to feed uponno and had held that pout for many years 9CkSpkFf II 08p 048. ........... ..... .........1:10: J'ksonv'a Lv................ .......... 842. !1 Up p
I .18 i lotl6.: ............................tst.Augusune.. ......................... 740.
crop can reach that Unlike many HUHHIUU naval officers betook tll Ii lie .......................:::. Heelinpta ...... .... .... ... ...... 8 118 a 104D
point where It pay belt. tho keenest Interest In the wel 70ap 1142. .... ,.....................'E.Palatka.............. ........... .... 8845 'Up

Experiment( have demonstrated faro of the enlisted men and could be 7151 19101 ..._......................Ar.Palatka..Li.................... ..... ejO. 41tlp
the value I l'', Approached by them with petitions and 4tc A\C4, 'OJ 11165 .. ......................Lv..I'.I.tll..A.r......................... 100. SODA

of Potash.W. I f krlevauces at any time. At Cronstad I$0 I I30p ..........................A!'San ]II at..o Lv.......................... -........ -I 00.
I lie used. frequently to pay surprise .... .. Sees ................ .....LvS.nMateoAr..I... 160. lOp

will mind term r visits to the shIps In port and eat lip .........................Lv..Neoga.Lv.......................... -111111. -'Olp
la fernier who some of the dinner served to the men 166! II II P ..............................BuDnell. ............................ II 48. St' p i
any 117 Up ...............................Dupont............... ............. 11811. I tOp
will! write for it, a in order to make sure that the pursers IUp .............................Ormond............................. 107. 3081
Hill book that will, und cooks were doing,: their duty. 1 08 lip ... ........ ............... Daytona .. t 68. $5pi0
sets in full. wh t 1 381 ............................Portalrange.t.. 446. 143p
give b I In person Makaroff wits a tall finely 110 p I 06p ...........................New Sm'r.a...................... ..... 4116. IIOp
GERMAN KALI built, broad shouldered man, with a Ii 117p ..............................o..1t hilt................. 81111.
068 lOOp.............................Tltu.vtll..w..._.;.;.. 8111. f lap
WORKS bushy gray beard and whiskers. He el a8 p................................Oocoa................................ 1181a 1 3p
N." York- looked ten years younger than his age, h t1 I .0 P.............................Rookledgo................ ............ 111. 11 lOp
M Nu..u Strut. .rAllanU 1236 'OS p ......................E.... a.lll.............................. 164a 13005
which was fifty-six. Ills manner was 3225 18 p ............................. ]IIolhour"..........."................. 1 4t. 1l Sia108a
08.-). genial and friendly, whether he wan. 1641.............................Sebastian............... ............ 11110. 110 5
_ 22MJM.\ Hra ISt. 8 to p Lut.1....,............".............. JII nSa 101105
raaa..w..5,. talkingto an officer of his own rankor 118. sap ..........'.......................l"t.I'" .............. 11110p 1016.
to an ordinary teaman. Sena 012P........................ ........._._.................. .48.
Tri-Weekly Sailings 118p ...............................Eden............... .................. 11S1p 6445 .
Since his appointment to the com 1146. 8201.I ........ ........ ...........J.n..n......... .... ...... .. 1111p 40a ..
mand of the HuHHtim Pacific fteetMakarolt' 111111. In .......................... ........................:.. 11 01 IIIOa
Free and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 811. p. ...........................HoeuSound........................... 10'381' 906. oJ..'
had shown himself to be a 841. 1 IO D ............ _.........West ............"............. 10 lip 8t8. '
Accented" Masons. man of great courage and energy. :u. 44P ..........................'W.PalmBeaoh..........$2p 118. ti"
Calling at Charleston S. C. both ) 168. Cep ..................... ........Boynton............................... 9lOp .605
Early in March he personally went to ways a 011. ..... ... ...... .....D"lray..................................
the rescue of a llusslaii torpedo boat .811. 9 04 p ............;........ ......Ft.I..ud..rd.1............................. 802 p 6 65. [
The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service s 9''). 1131' ........ .................... Nallandele................... ... ....... 7 sap 6 $4504a
Indian No. 90 .I destroyer which was hard pressed by 9tSp .... ................. ...Lemon City............................. 710p 8 '0.
die Japanese and inspired the naval 7 00. S GO P ........... ............... ................ 700 p S 011 a
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
River j Tltusvllle., forces under his command wlfli a
t great deal of rnthnSlHsni. He passed Direct Service Between SANFORD BRANOH. ORANGE CITY BRANCH.

Lodge. rtrFlorida.. Kuster on board<< a ginmNhlp at the Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points No.t o31No.
Holds Its m....tmg. thn R""On,'anti fourth Friday entrance of PortI''Jlf and every Dall-".. 11J; Dail I Daily I 8T4TIO U. I Dail o2 Daily e.
of rich, innnth a* their norm, Indian River (Calling at Charleston S. C. both )
Hotel, Titus 'Ilia, at 730| o'olimk p. in. night personally supervised the pre- ways T OIJ a Lv......... Tltn.vlll.........An 12 801' SOOp 1010aILv..N. Smyrna..Ar 166
T. II.Nnndere'' Wornhlnful Master.K. nutlonnry measures adopted( to pre.I SEMI-WEEKiY BAILINftBi. 1113. Lv.......... "''' '' ........... II ran> auI' k..H..I..n .Ar 1101' flop
.. Wharf, Boston I
I Southbound..,.... .i. from Lewli I II" l.v..Ent..rprl..A ll 00. assp II Sun Lv.O Ar tOOl' 0
M.. A.H. Ham]Morgan, ., Junior Hunlnr f Warden.Warden. vent tho Uimsliuis from being sur fortlibound......,.,.. .. ......from foot of Catherine Street, JncknonTtlle"Clyde IlSO.a Ar.......... Sanford' ..........Lv 1080" tOOp ii 45n Ar..Or.'Ity anua City.Jo .Lv 13C5p IItp
.._ GtOpa
J. M. Dixon, Traamirar. prlMI'IIly\ tho Japanese. --- ,.
J. K. Walker Herretarr. The first thing that attracted nttrn- St. Johns River Line. No.23 No.2t N0.10 No. 20 Ne.2a
J. H. Black, Clmplaln.f. NO.19:1: 'll:1 I MAYPORT
M. Taylor 1\8ralor ))e""on. Ion toward Miikiiroff was. his effort ; Bundey SlInday BRANCH. Dally Sunday DnD I Ionly
11. K. Mlinw, .lunior Uwaoon., to stop holes lu naval nrmnment below (DeHary Line.) only SlIn only y

O., A.H.Stewart W.lton.lI..nlor, Junior Htewaril.A Htaward.. the water line. BETWEEN JA'JKbONVILLE AND bANFORD.Rtnnnlnir aoal' ]1I1/'n aOGI' 8'0. ..........Lv. Jeekaonville Ar.......... 141111 USOp III0p
P. W.RnuerteTyler. He Invented n plaster of a peculiar\ . at.._ Palatka... Astor. St. FranclH. KereHforil (l Ialand and intermediate land. lOOp IOJ/e/ 1091' 828 .. ........ ..So..I".k..nvlll.,1. 187. UtiI' I1l2p
F, M. Wouten MarHbiil.F1AKAROFFS. .n" tli..Mt.'oh"iKlvr.S'l'EAMER 3401 JIIIIOa IItOp 81111. .. .. ...... PM1hlolieneh .. ....... .. 100. liana 'DOp
kind, with which! the steel sheathing Inis| on 't5p 10CCa/ 140p 90410.......... .. AtlantbBrach. ......... 10' 11411a 445p300p
.- -- .. -....- "CITY Of .JACKSONVILLE." 1110. 1001' ....... 1Iiayport J.v............ 64I1l111s': taop
of n boat's nnderbody might be temporarily
It appointed" to mil / HEROISM. repaired.! Returning, leave rtanford, MonuuyK, W..h.l1oYlla".1 'rhl"YII.IIaO: a. m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS: AT MIAMI.
Ho also worked long and bard to -- Bouuil- .
Hoiith-Kounit 8CHEIJULE North- -
perfect his Invention of compartmentswhich Itsiid down Rend up. CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. A 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR

confined< in,. .. .... ... ...... .. ... Jacksonville.1'ala.tku ..... ... ............ .... Orr!ve 1 flu a. in.
cf Russian-: Admiral of boat. This tested Leave 8 4A/ I', Hi .......... .... ... ....... .. .. .. ........ ....,...... .......w..e H CO p.m.w..v. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.Thffm .
Exploits a apparatus was 3110( a. [ti. ........ ...... ... .. .. ""t"r ... ...... .. ..... ..... IjjaveIxiavu 3 on p m. ....
by the admiralty and found to be most Leave 4 au.H. in. .... ....... ..... 8t. francl*. ..... .... ........ ... 100 p. mLeave
Lost at Port Arthur. effective.How ......... ..... .etealord (Uul.uml) .. ... ..... ..... ...... LuureLeave 12 (HI '..oon.Arrive I TI fits T iblon show the tams nt which trains may be "xm prpr1 to arrive and depart
830..m.. .. .... ........ .... Sanford I ... .. ....... .... .. Leave. 1130a. ,,,. I From theeaveralrhtttnnshnythMrarrival .rJeyartnrnatthe l Ini"i4 .'nI.. Arrive 10:011 a. m. ........ ...............Enterprise J .=.:.:. ....:. .... 10 00 a. in. nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any delay or auy uonHi>quni.arUmtf there
to Waril Oil nu Attack of Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W Bay St. Jacksonville.F. 'rom.
Itlieiuuatlsiii. J
M. IROyMONOGK.., AIMC. O..n.I''M. Aft 204 Wont Hay .lackiionvllle. Fla. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other :Information
I "For :years when spring time came on W. a. COOPKK Jr., Local Frt.Aift. Jarkwuivllle (;' LdVKI.L, au]>ertntnd. nt Jackgonvllle. "
la Raano-'l urklah. War lie ltln. and I went Into gardening, I was sure to Foot Hogan St. Jacksonville. Pla. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT. ;
have an attack of rheumatism and A.CI. HAOEUTV. (",n'l Eaat'n PaM Att. New ]lore CLYDB i.\IC.' Oen. Frt. Agt.| New York. ,
alclivd 11'0..11 by It..mvrtntv Ilrav. : every Oenernl. P (; General Asst. Gen. Pass.
THKO. 0 KUKK ManaK VM. CLYDE St 'O. Agenta.CheHubrouRU l J. D. RAHNER, Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE r a. i
.rT and Woo Great JOonursFamoas attack was" more severe than thq preceding Building lu State St., Opposite Battery Park, New York. _. .. .
-- -
one, says Joule McDonald, of Mao, C. \VALTON.IAgeut, Tltusvllle, Fla. ,
Tlir...."'b..t the.'XVorld m* muInvvnlnr Logan county, West Va. "I tried every. .. .. t
..( Naval A..II..n.. thing'/ with no relief whatever, until I ---- -- ,
procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain J
Vice Admiral Stopan UMlpovich Makuroff ml m, and the Bret application gave meease ) ,
commander of the Itunslau Bud befoio the lust" bottle was usedI Atlantic Coast Line R'y. ,
felt like a new person. Now I feat that :i
fleet who lout bin life
in the fur east, I ij
am cured, but I always keep a bottle j ij
at Port Arthur on a linking buttleuhlp ( of Chumberlalo's Pain helm In the house j
(,YagII 11Y" A AiOWs
was considered the Ix-st naval l of' and when I (..elaIlY symptoms of a return The Great Through Car Line from Florida. 1

llcer In the c/ur'lI.Bervlce, tiny the New I soon drive It away with one or "
York Globe. applications of this lIoamen"t. For sale TO 'I'JlII A8T. :
by all druggists/ and medicine dealers. )
Ills rrputatlun for heroism and skill _._- _. ---- Over Its own rails to savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence .'
dated bask; to the lussiTurkl wnr. IiMllrldnalltr In Veacetatlon.Tho vln the Penniylvnoia Railroad. '
At that time only u lloutenuiit. Muku- I vegetation covering the slopesof
Kuropeun: mountains as well aa that TO THRVI58T.< .
roll wan K'VUU' coiuiiiiiiul of u HUiulliiiercbantiuuu on the great snowy peaks of tho American The Louisville A Nanhvllle, via Montgomeiy. The Mobile A; Ohio It. U. 10ULM ,1
of 1.5UO ions, called the
Cordilleras\ and other ranges has
Grand Duke COll tunLlIlt'. Around TO T1II3 LAST VIA 8TKAMSHIP.Vln .
an Individuality, a (character of Its
this unprotected ahlii, which ho converted own striking even the most indifferent Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, PhiladeldliU HARK V J 1
Into hla flagship he gntbercrl a of tourists. In this flora all Is dwarfed ton. Via Norfolk Steamer: to New York, Washington and Baltimore. VU Savannah ;

llutlllu of Buiall vellllelll, und with tills and on n small scale. The flowers and Merchants' and Mlnem''Trarmpnrttalon Company for Haiti pbYYP
mOle and } biladelphllTO \.
force lie UHsuultetl tile Tucklsh: Irou- alone of relatively exaggerated size I

elude that were Heeklnif shelter lu the and generally brilliant In color, seem
hurluor of llatouui, sjullau, Jslkopolln\ to be. abnormally developed. Tho manner ''-
1 Via Peninsular Ot Occidental Steamship Company. DAS
mid Sukhuui Kiile. of growth of these plants la n surprise -

'l'orpello warfare was then lu Its era and to] those the. cause Ignorant. of their of their peculiarappearance. history Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points z: JA

luoutury stage\ und Mukuroll hall to While In the lowlands.

develop hilt own niotliodii of attnckluKIrouclHdb large plants. with spreading branches MILKAGK TICKETS. +,

with bombs. The torpedo and well developed foliage generally Interchangeable mileage tickets good: over 13,000 miles of among the prlncl- LLt

tuba hud not then boon Invontoil anti have flowers smaller than the leaves, pal railroads time southern states, are on Halo by the piinclpal agents.

'I the well of MukurolI'H: 8iuiidrou had the reverse Is true in the higher regions. Far reservations Information apply to agents of tho A. C. L., or write, Tot s N ,aw

lo row In the night to the Hides of the FRANK C. BOY LSTON, Commercial; A .' t. W. n. STARK, Tra r. 1'iuia. Agt. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN
uuewy'e buttlesblpu und fasten flout Another easily notlcw) peculiarity Is tW:I Wear Bay St., Astor Buildmir JAUKtiOHVILLK: MLA.It. ,

_ 1ul torpedoes to them. The tiring that while the Alpine flora In sunshine M. EMEHbOX:- TralHo Manuger. W. J. CRAIG, Oeu'l. P.lall. Agent. '
.mllcbllllltun of those torpeilocHvita do.Hiued shown flowers of great size and vivid VVH.MINOTON. N. c.

by the then J-OUIIK lieutenant, 1'01111'1111'1111 the gentians. auriculas _. .- -- -- _....- -.-- -- ---.. -- -- -. ... .- -
bud many were the Turkish" shape "sent' anemones and violets. In the shade on .

4o the bottom by them. the other liiind.! wo find them small' \ SE 1B<:>Pi..JFr.JD To RAILWAYtprVVLL1ts
s Night after nlRbt the men of the nnd wenk In color. Thus the action of ,

tiruud DuUe Cousin mine put out in ho( sun's rays. on vegetation nt great AIR LINE RAILWAY. WASHINGTON. NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and
jowboutsllli the young lleutenuntliluiaolf elevations seems to be more Intense
in command, the oars iiiutlled, I than on the plains.. and the EAST. ] HOT SPRINGS N. C.

the torpedoes in tow. More often than CINCINNATI. CHICAGO | "THE LAND OF THE SKY"The
Hot", the TurkUll lookouts would detect FOK-
their approach und ,Klve 1 the nlarin SCOTT'SMULSION NORTH and WEST., fl *!!!! "The Sapphire Country."
bud the bulterlea of tho whole !licet SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN: SOUTH 1IiN PINES i KICHMOND[ ,
He_... DesIt Dlatlntf CarT
would be directed ugnlnut'> them. At WASIIIKOTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK; Pullman. Ca.< .ar.lct. )
ether times the little party would On All T_'... > B....
make good IU attempt to reach the'urkh.h [ :
iroucluda mid would retire Two Elegant Trains Dally\ TOUTME.RN: RAILWAY.los W. Bay Strata. JcmmoarmLm.H. P. CA Y PUa.. DlaMai r-CW A.M.

after iKnltlntf the time fuses" uttnchi'd Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. W.A.Tv... P.T. M, W..h......,.,. D. C. 8. H. rUavwte.. 0. P. A..Maakta.- D.c.
to the torpeilovs which they had fastened Scott's Emulsion is the WH. H. TATIM. A. 0. P. A. Atl..... Qa. 0
dark night two of MukiiroR'a means of life and of the enjoyment
LINE Through Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans.
Operating Dnlly
boats attacked bill own ship the Grand of life of thousands of

Duke CouHtuutlne, by mistake und men, women and children.To CS: : .. ..S. B zvzvr c co.
were on the polut of blowing her up For full information anti sleeper reservations call ou any Agent .
when nhouted to them to draw otto the men Scott's Emulsion Seaboard, or writeA. SIT, ate w. Ray St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

StaknroCC vim well rewarded for hisleHperuto gives the flesh and
( bravery and conspicuous. (>. MxcDONKLL, Asst. Gen. I'ass. A qt. S. C. BOVLSTON,1'axa. Aft. r
for the
ability by the czar lie wall given the strength so necessary .r .\CI SOYVn.I.K. FLORIDA

crows of St. George moat prized of cure consumption and the h FULL i FUW..

all Ku.swlan" det'orutloim gold swordof repairing of body losses from ti

honor Bud the rank of captain. After SO YEARS
Unit he "wits marked out for distinction any wasting disease. LA GRIPPEPneumonia EXPERIENCE
und was rapidly promoted For women Scott's Emulsion i

through/ vnrloua Important oltlcea Until does this and more. It is PREPAID i PaEPAin
ho commanded nucoewslvely", the =
a most sustaining food and
La Grippe
111lItl Medlterninenn[ and 1'uclflc
lI'll1allront4. tonic for the special trials that but never follows the use of $4 11 K..

JInkuroIt wax a member of a distinguished women have to bear. Honey TRADC: MARK '

naval family hilt father! To children Scott's Emulsion FOLEY'S DE.GNSCOPYRIGHTS ) ,II116QtS

having been a flag captain. Throughout food and strengthfor and Tar Anyone. nttlnif a.ket<*h and dMerlptMn Ac.may I
bill long career be showed remarkable gives iuK:rl lik onp o, num free whether au

skill In the handling of fleets. growth of flesh and bone and heals In..n.f....netlT til !.."pr.."lId.n.bablr.nnwnjnhl<... NANDSOQKon! !'. Commiinlrtinn PaMnta> I Dii
the Cough < the lUD .
also famous in nil the narle It stop I lens tn*. iM.lont airanPT for......Plo..n.. ..
lIe was : and blood. For pale girls Pneumonia and P Mnl Mann CuTreo lTMiriai v .
&. of the world n.. an Inventor of naval Prevents Coniamptlon.Ifa. : gp a for thin and Scott'sEmulsion fOil 41
i appliances" *>f which at least" n coupleof sickly boys .O. TAOB.., of 1ST Oxoixt ilL, CMec Scientific JUncricnn.A Qty

dozen are now lu tine aboard Kuaslaa is a great help. wrllMI "M7 .U. bad '.Vrtppe *ad U left hervtik 1o.nd""m.t.lIhult..'.... _at,.. Tersest ....... fOil$12ct9
wnrshlps. Send for free cample. a '.T *.<* _cb 011I !>.' lane which .rnl..turn of unr..- ." Jo.u...... Terra. M 5esritournwntb.,4L oav
Among these N. his Invention of the SCOTT. BOWNE. Chemists Iol.a9't Bow AMD T*. .ar.4 .........,." r. Soldbyailn.w.deaMrlll' 9

... Ice breaker Yennnk, used: to keep open 4O9- tIS Pearl Street New York.COo. Red Cross Plinrmaoy. &CaEI' 'w y'New v.l,: for the l'alw itrewiiiK Co.
the Icebound ports of the Vucltlc and and 9I.OOI all druggists. It."




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;i., fcAST COAST. ADVOCATE,, MAY' 13. 1904. a '",' .., 't 1 t'k


JACKSONVILLE.: and fro and; O>rrtM led off his cattle I' NEW; YOIUi. f

font. l leaving a half dozen: out the :l

Rate.s, they shot up the Santa Fe
The Holdup aiAntelope's trail liU watch showed l 11 o'clock by Hotel Yendome BroRlwaYllnd41RtStreet, !

Dh VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. RunBy the inoi.u'i ruya.. < !
Tlu swift i>onlet9 lay dawn to their ,
Mirth rolled buck beneath
work and the -
I FIREI'KOOF.! :IOO rooms. .single and en .unite, with private baths and tolls
GREENLEY'eoJ.llt'l11hl. their hoofs as they rode In the
rooms EUROPEAN PLAN Good rooms tl.fiO; large rooms fj: ; and with
quli'lt cavalry trot over miles of sage private bath' $:J.6U. per day and upwards. The management under the par

Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. TL,>roughly repaired and re- I ll-.,. lip/;T. C. 3/cllum: grass ,unit white mind. past prairie dog sent supervision of the owner. FRAN:; li GRUKN, Manager ,

-1 towns, where the alert tenants whisked .. ., ..
----" -- --- -- - ----.-

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . The cattle were ( ul't. Gerald slipped ,ghosts:: out, past of eight the dry like arroytis so many like white small KIAMKHIIA. I.\US.: : Y. '!
---- ---- -
to the ground at a snfo 1IlKhtll I scars on the face of the plain. On and!

Rates $2.50 per day and up. end eased the cinches to give the black on. Here bunch of mosquito, gnome- KIAMKSIIA: LAKK, '

pony a breathing space.' A rim of silver like lu the. spectral tight, clumps of Kiamesha Inn SULLIVAN:
und widened along the ilIst, COUNTY, :"., .
B. W. SPEURY, Proprietor. grew prickly pear and weird contortions of
and as Gerald watched the moon the "giant l'IIt\llt-tcn miles, fifteen, NEW YORh1This .
swung up the sky and the south utilpd amid they began the ascent where the
came rushing cool and sweet against' \plain! rolls up toward the foothills. i'",

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West (JIIY sa-sx hU hot brow. How like to that night They could see the highway where It "Now Hookledgo" of tho North, nestles In tho mountains by they*'i},'J
three when they had stood 'i',
years ago wound llko n snake seeking. its lair '
together,:: 'nenth tho pnlms at St. AuKiistlne ,,111 the shadow of the trees Unit begin side of beautiful lake, 2,000 foet above sea level .. 1

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened In place of the loneliness of Antelope's run. :.
plain aud sky-tho Dream City, jewel r.ornld pulled out his wntch. The Exquisite climate All modern conveniences. Largo airy rooms >'
this season. Flue cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water crowned the old fort the shimmering .Y'.
gray stag was due at 3 o'clock and they Howling\ Alleys Golf and Tennis. .
Baths Elevator etc. Five minutes uioon silvered sou-and Mnrgaret. hail ii little less than an hour to wait .
: from any wharf or depot. All man's when
One night In a '' life, I lie turned to the men: "Ho 'H. we will #
she had answered "Yes" to the. story Most reasonable rates,
. street oars pass the door. Raton, $2.0t:! > to 2.0 per d.iy.Mrs. ; I i I ,ride on mind meet them: then there
he told out there on the crumbling:
i will W. no chance of their getting ustnUetl
walls of Sun Marco. He rememberedhow Proprietor.
Proprietor with the attacking form"
they had watched the little blue I There was as yet no sign of Co- f
--- -- -- ---- ------ :
with the
clad figure us it tolled lip
'e I mancbe Jako and his men; but, as I'.KYX 1\1.\ WR 1'.\.
19 Forsyth Street, fateful message, tho message' Unit/ Juana had/ said, they would bo likelyto f
The 'V' dl Cashed tile sweetness from the orangfi
In OJ .stay with tho 'rueKoal! until the hint f
JACKSONVILLE;: "KLA. scented night! hushed the music of the minute. Gerald and hU. lien rode
sea, leaving him alive to only the sense 11RYN MAVVU, /
The Mawr Hotel
lowly up the trail to n point about Bryn
of ruin-utter ruin! I'K.VX.
American aud Kuopean. livery: department modern. Three hours later he was on the way three miles beyond the run. Then ,
they' drew rein and waited until they ,
Near all car lines. Rates, $2 to 2.0: per day. to New York leaving only u brief note: heard tile roll of wt ,t'ls It n.1' the thud ..,\, ..

European plan, ?;5cts, f 1 and up, one person. "I cannot hold"you to your promise. I of how feet as the .stage cluttered ( Absolutely! Fireproof ) ;\1\ .
inn n beguur. Ho knew now the I .
the troll. There were two guardson ,
down "
C. U. :SMI ril, Proprietor. wrong that lie had ottered her won m-
rllleti cocked \,
tho outside! with their }
hood. Hut then, with the old man who ,I.
ncrosH their knees'' (lent lit rode out
had/ been more comrade than father, OPEN:. JUNK:' ,: TO nrrromcit. For terms. eta, nddroim,
and as lu ralxed l tilrt land, a bUII..twl1lHtlt..1 4 4t
:Main and
: Adams Streets .
lying with a bullet hole through his
New ViotoriaCor. .
by his", fiend "Don't lire; ";
brain, there .seemed no other way.. It .'
Fh.JACKSONVILLE'S .\. there's, trouble ahead of you, and the
hail with the
been a tiitixe, comineiic-lng 1,
driver IHtll..ll1J1l.1harpl)'. A few words
NEW MODERN HOTEL. pitiful funeral, with himself us n sola explained lime Hltuiition. One of tho LELAND( flTKURY'; )Manager. I

Everything new; centrally/ located; elegant: suites with private baths. mourner" ; then tho long/ days when ev. !guards. wont to the door nnd talked

Kate: American $2 to $:'J; European, rooms 7."eta;; auU upwards. ery hour dlm'losed tho wrong that had with HOIUP one liiHltle. ; then the word .
Special Rates to Commercial Travelers.R. been dono to women anti helpless children. '
watt given to move on. herald nndhlit ':>MAWR! FINN: ,
RIXLER, Prop. Formerly Prop, River View Hotel. A very madness of Hpet-ulutloti
men rode just behind' their Winchesters ---.-. -. .. .- .---'-- ... -'
had possessed! his father and the

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE worthless mountains paper of guilt, seemed and .shame to grow Settle Into Seemingly. the road wan. clear. Qor

: FLA. cents, julgwents, foreclosures and eLI iilnioxt doubted If .Iult IIU bad/ told F<>R S.tZ .LE_
time xliadowHwere
the truth. But suddenly
-On the American and European Plan- there came a tiny when ho stood, with
nllvolth men that sprang at
.. .
enough left to take hint west
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Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant the bridle of the loaders c-ultlng the
out of sight of his kin
family home. Rates: American Plan, $:!,OO and $2.60; European, oOcts traces; from nil sides< the hooting. yellIng -
Five long years. They were .
and up. All oars form Union Station stop at the door.II. life and movement and atlawh, drink crazed Mexican .swarmed Hotol with: So von Cotta.KOS2xrid.iO'

W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The with barbaric color wrcight. in strange like wimp There wero IUOIM of them
than .Tun had en lei, and us O..ruhlI of Lo.n.d.
beautifully located Riverside, Hotel at Oreen Cove Springs Is under tho pattern of border warfare night raids Acrco 1
Into the thick of It 1m mimetic
same management.ORMOND ] when Comaiiche and Apucho were"out" I plunged
xtrnlKht for Caracas Johnny. It was
Rut the Blue Star ranch had
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-'- too close work for tho rltlen'-'a handto
prospered. The cattle had thriven andgrown
KKACII. band duel with the terrible knlveo.Miort. .
from scattered bunches Into a
swift Indescribably' \ brutal, aJa..e )'+t a +e+ iy t 'rw
grout herd, of which Gerald was half '
live\ mlmitoH and. it wan over; but t ( kwts
owner. Tomorrow they would l start
The Inn AT OUMOND BEACH, FLORIDA. on the long trail to the market places. one of Oeijild's beat. men would rldn
und herald litmsi-lf was
no meta,
The black I pony I1nln'I'tllo -air suspiciously
.. bleeding profusely from un ugly cut .
at u rustle In the dried sage!
Open December to May. Car'line from Ormond Station to Hotel grans. A shadow came out from between tilt albs, where. the bowie of

New England help. $:t.OO per day; $17.50:; per week. among the shadows and stood, upright, Caracas .lolniny' had Bi-arcbcd for bin.
heart. Thanks to till I
and as the blanket slipped' from her
ANDERSON & PRICE HOTEL COMPANY, Proprietors. was/ bad and'Johuny would spend' t
BhoulilerH Gerald saw that It wa* t
; War S. KKNNKV, Manager. Junta the Mexican wife of Comanche many dUJ'Sllt Hanta Ke In coiiHiMiiiencu

---- -- ... .. .. Jake. lie knew the woman. Only thereof.
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-. AYTONA. a week bl.tOI'he had come to her ('mnnache.lake, lay/ betientli lute pnny.
hud 4 x 1 4 a 1 4 1 -
which Juami
lifeless heap
fo a
rescue just In time save her from # ;i
Commit lie JuUe's butte knife, and now nothing to fear lint the guard.* were. i t e s,. $ 4 41i 1 A A 4'/4' ; '

Tie Ridgewood DAYTONA FLORIDA. spoke to her kindly. "You, JuunuT all backed to death where they had l, .. ,, r lr ,
What In the matter now ? In .'Juki after fought to protect their treasure bugs
you again?" Gerald leaned, against tie black puny

Located on Rldgewood Avenue-the most beautiful avenue In the South. Juana crept still .cloocr. "Henor: faint from 10HIt of blond. but lighting

Private Baths. Electric Lighted. Northern help throughout the house. senor! For the love of Our Lady, call it off while he steal that these of till,> 1 t "i
Mexlcnnu that did not weri s 1h r '
Orchestra. E. D. LANOVVORTUY, Proprietor. out your men and ride to Antelope'srun. get away
1"I1I'y"-wllh a twist of her hand safely bound. .
toward the distant tepee In the ines- With the last knot tied, the dead and

TITU8VILL.K. quite-"they are over there-half a wounded, WI'I'to! lie dlspow of It Located, HAKN'O throe granters nt n milo south of EAU': (lAr.r IE, FLORI.

dozen like Jake, all mad with the mescal was gray dawn when at lust tho stage 1)A, on the Eau (talkie River, less than half.a nulls from the Indian River, and two.

-and they go to rob the Angullla wax( ready to go on to Anguilla. and a half miles from the Ocean The property Is I two hundred mile loutb of >I,

Sembler TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. stage when it passes Antelope's run. Gerald had fancied that a mnothcrcdMcreiini when the Jacksonville, on the Florida; East Const Railway, with the Kallrond Station adjoining .
Cottage Senor they will kll-tlu.y'U! kill ma en mo from tilt stage
tho liulldlng erected In 1HIMJ, and nom of thorn have never
when they' find I've told but Caracas fighting "1(1111.11110/ ( then it bad been property
Johnny came In at nightfall from up quiet Itmliln but IIM be tried to mount been occupied" the original owner having died II few months after their completion.

Open All the Year. Good Board and Attention. above and told how be gut a message the pony tie was not surprised to heara The hotel' was opened( for about two months. prior to the owner's death, and

while Angullla in cipher froma ", ..mun's voice Him en mo toward has not been used el nee. All time building were erected In the most substantial

Reasonable Rates. pal of bin In Santa ...1'. unit It Maid him through thw gray light, tall manner and l are now In excellent condition. The hotel and cottages are completely ..

Two doors from F. E. C. Railway Station, Titusvllle. there was government gold u-comin' straight and strangely faiulllur. "I 1 furnished,,', and. very little of the furniture hits ever been mod. There are two .
through and that there was u wOII l1n. cannot let you go without thankingyou arteidiin wells twenty cisterns connected, with Hewer etc. "
who rich ami had for timely rem '-uo, for myvery
too was moneyalong .your
The property cost the original owner fIHOI'Ullcl| ( ) will be sold! at a sacrifice.
MRS. A. J. SEMBLER, Proprietress. with her. They've got' It all life Itself" slin was beginning, r
the fell full The' above out fall I ly represents, the, property.For .
pliimuil 1 how to do for the driver and whi-n he tunied, and light
--- -- ---- -- --.- I the guard, nnd Caracas Johnny Is to upon his face liu heard, her catch her particulars apply to or add/HMi,

JI NSI N. have the woman. Senor, for the love bre-lth, like n ntllltHl Mob-". / <:kl! Jack ., F.XUA "'. HATCH., I). L. OAUf.DEN, WM A. WARNOOK; ,
of the mother that bore yon, get out (;l.r.hlr'n, <1 there, before the ryes of Caretaker on |lorl'ml"> Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner, f

WAYSIDE JENSEN:- FLA. your men and 1 save her or kill her. It'* ; tL..ul.1. II rl VPr'1I 1111 the Melcnns.sime\ fell Eau: (O.illle. Kloilda. 1'lluullltt, Via Jamaica) N. Y "

INN, Centre of p Upple Belt. twenty fallout to Antelope's run but to crying In his outstretched, anus for : .
Jake und the boys won't start till uild- very ,gladness: while he, with the dead -
gJ0- UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. W1 night and they'll be drunk with the wen ut their feet and the wounded.! tJ

Choice location on the banks of the Indian River. Near the ocean. Large IUt'l4t'lIl.:' moiinlntc In the shadow of the trr"'M.JiicU .

grounds with tropical foliage. Excellent fishing and hunting. Terms, f2 And' <1 bow about you?" asked! Oer (nild.! bowed. hU head und

to $2.50 per day. Special weekly rates. aid.1 thanked the sod of his childhood that

CHAS M. COSS, Proprietor.VIIITE Juntm gathered 1 her blanket closer. bud unit lihu to the rescue of the An- .

.- "S'nlll'. If you let Juke cume back ht gullla stupe.
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will Know I told you Then God and
\ SIMJINGS. Our Laily have mercy." And the squat Warrant J'H'ry: BoUlt. tNbj j-: )

figure slipped away Into the night If troubled with rlieiimntUrn giveChamberlain's :
He did not question the truth of I'aln Halm a trial. It I will (
The not cost you cent If It dons no /good..
FLA. woman's There
Hamilton WHITE SPRINGS, the : statement. was
ODe application' will relieve the 1 pain. It
work for the Illue Star outtlt at Ante-
also cures sprains and 1 bruise Iti onethlr.1 -
101'''''' run. It worried him that tlili tblll tlmo required' by say other

-:New, Modern IIigh-Clacs Hotel should have come just us they tie led. treatment Cuts, burns frostbites

SUWANEE KIVER. all)) their best men for the, big iii 1V4'. quinsy, pains In the side and chest,
ON TIlE OLD but where a woman wan at stake there glandular and other welllngn are nnlck-, ( II
Finest mineral spring In the world. Greatest health resort in the could be no question of cuttle. ly cured by applying/ Every; bottle v.l
South. Finest quail shooting in America. Write for booklet to Ten minutes of hurried l galloping to warriinted Trice:; sad 5'V }For pale

JXO. S. BOWEN, White Springs, Fla. by nil druggist! and. medicine dealers,.
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Hotel Marlborough, : ...Building Lot

:a0th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. t
Broadway, or a lot with a BUILDING BEADY FOR r'UI'ANCY' ,
400 Room. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con- \ -. -
ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under the persona LAND FOIL AN iKAXOE GROVE, f

up.rvl.lon of the owner. 1'IXBAPI'KK PLAXTATIOXorTBUCK iAJtDE 1,
Eo & CROWELL, Manager.
We probably l bar for tale just what you are seeking; JOB PRINTING

Settler are flocking m bat still there U room. If you art .

1- THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE looking this way, drop a line to Executed at the office of the I.

JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice.Pre.ident.JLORIDA .





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MCIlh'r : J9 ) de Mnlntenon once asked Patented la all countries Only tackle

MORGAN & WALTON Lord Stair why It was that the affairsof block of the kind lu the world. Fitted
with the celebrated Vinton Roller
government were no badly
Bearer. Useful In
t 41 Went (Street! Tbe Board was called to order on the In France under a king nod so well any place where
Boy .FIRE INSURANCE. hoisting is done. With these blocks
2nd instant. by order of the Chairman In under
JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. managed England n f1upt'n'l"For ) one man can do the work of two.
Present: J. It. Walker, 1st District ; J. that reason'replied the
very Thousands sold
10 the north. Call
Largest stock In thin. neotlon of conntrEstabllahlwl y, It. M lot, 2nd DistrioK.. A. Cockling,
Tltusvllle Fla. Kngllflh ambaHHfldor; "for when a mnn and see them In working order at thin
l ird District J. C. 4th District
la 18118. ; Jones
reigns the women rule him and whena office, or the store of Jas. Pritchard A
J. F. (Hell 5th District A. A. Siewar:
Send for ; "
9 descriptive| catalogue. Representing: clerk and J. N. Waller deputy sheriff. woman t .. reigns she lit ruled by men. Son Titueviile.a *

Tbe Liverpool & London & Globe re i MlnUles were read: and approved.The ;
THEFLORIDA Insurance Co. treasurers' report wall received s. Gave Hint T.....

checked up and the paid warrants turned "Judge" wailed the prisoner "can't

Tbe Hartford Fire Insurance Co. over with his report was destroyed by you give me a little time to tblnk thin

MOTOR CO, The VEtna loiiurance Co. ,,+vlf J Messrs Conkling and Hell. The treaaur thing over?" Scree..

The Continental Fire Insurance Co wi'KNr el' hud hU usual certlllcate of deposit attached "Certalnlyw replied the magistrate."Six .

DAYTONA, FLA, The Home Insurance Co of N" Y. Protest to bin of.John report.L Crawford ADd Mary montbll.-I'hllutlelpbln Record. Rave your eyes. examined' and fitted

Carry a fall line ofAU1OMOUILE.S..... Th4lPluI1lxFlrern.uranoeCo. AFTER THE FIRE. road
D. E. Carter against public through Anxious) to Show It. by the expert.DR. .
and TIKES The Fireman' Fund Insurance Co. suction 22: township *!, S. R. :'M E., m
the safe and its content may be Intact ,"Hasn't young Rinks become suddenly 0. L. MANDAVILLE,
The Pennsylvania I I Insurance C o. the Inland were received and filed
.....In stuck, alno The Georgia Home Insurance Co. ; but If there It no Insurance (the \ Petition\ of F. J. Thompson et al "cltiacne religious? "I see him at church every Tltnsville, Florida.

MARINE and STATIONARY OASO- The li'ichenter-Oerman 1 In-tur. Co of of Courtenay and Canaveral was re Sunday now.
content the cafe email
t Norwfch'Ualon' Fire Im Society. cover only celved and on motion the same is granted "Yea. IIe'4 wearing his first silk

LINE' ; ENGINES,.. Northern Asstinnua O">., of Eng part of your aeaet5)), the Havings: of a and K. J. LaKoche, W. T. Laltoche hat"-Chicago/ Tost. East Coast Meat Market

DYNAMOS:: Niagara Fire Insurance On. life time may vanish within a. few I and .1. O. Fries are appointed a ,committee .

MAGNETOS, Fidelity & DapoitltCo., of Maryland i to work, view and lay out same All sunshine makes the desert.-Arab
BATTERIES. .'Surety Bonds" hours' time. Insure! with ua, protect Report of Justice. of the Pence B. FIIar Proverb O. F. DUREN, Agent.
: le C. T. McBride W. R. Koesch,
< ty, a=
KVAI'OIUZEKS: Sole In Brevard yourself, and, la cave of a .fire IONS,
Agent County II. G. Bronson. and J. M. Sanders, was R oc :

M'AKK COILS for the get enough to put on received. ... -
money you your --
of J. Fries
and PLUGS New York Life Insurance Co. feet again. Road committee report
N. M. Fish, A. S. Dixon, working and i : rw ly
of all kinds aud them for E. Vesey Hall
arc offering -
laving out a public road at Hardeeville, s:>>
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sale at.... r was received and without protest the s Oeorglana, Fla. i ==
STENOGRAPHY. BREVARD COUNTY SC-I'OOL! I same will be declared a public road, at -
.OUT rxt=a: : s... BOARD the June meeting.; Boat Builder. .

IKII Wrltlntr Wan In t.. Among tli* Petition of J. A Alderman, et al., cltl .
They have a few bargains In Ancient Ur...k. and Human.. ''zen' of cattle district No. 0, was receivedand t ONI YFlitST.CI.AS 4 WORK. -t C.

KNOX The existence of stenography among The Gourd met Monday morning May '' on motion D. !S.: Carton l III appoint p C'-O ego
the Greeks. uiid the RoumiiM In certain. i, 11)01.) Present, J. M. Dixon Chairman ''ed additional cattle Inspector for ,said .. Write for Estimates.

IWtCrC, Thu tthortbuiid! that they lined was a R. N. Andrews J. E. FuHz, and district. ....................... a d
It. 7,. Mlms. Secretary Minutes of last Letter of J. D. Yaungu; la referred to TiTUSVILLE. FLORIDA.TTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTT .

WHITK, form of writing In which each word meeting/: read aud approved. The trend Board of Public Instruction. -- ---- .
DE MOOV: WHU I'l'piWeiiU'U by u specialK. \ ; ). Tbe urer'sreport for, I the month of April, 1904! ) On motion! public road ax laid ont by. =-- --- - ---------- ------ --- -- ------

loiters! of the alphabet, with uiodlfluatloim < was received road found corieot and: Larry Jorgensen et 1'1. at OrantI. hereby I TTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTMules
conmu-U'd! ax to admit of great redeemed warrants duly cancelled. declared a public road.

MARINE & HTANIOJfAHY I HlINES.A.U rapidity of execution, formed the ele Itlmlxml Kxpeiullturen.: On motion, public road as laid out by for Sale.

melts of tlitMo chimicU'rs. They lute County School Fund. Jos. Williamson et al at Mlcco, is. hereby i

Kinds of at least from the tlrxt century before Ten<"li"r. U Inrlaii .... T5 CKI declared n public road.
II. K. Moms, Hupt. for April... .. ....... 76'''' Tax Collector's report of polls collected
LATHE WORK ChrUt. I. M. Dixon. "per diem' ... .. 2 M the month of -X- X
during April amounting
K. N. Andrews ... .... ... ,
In tho second A. D. l In found anllmll.lCo. "III''
A century
Specialty. .. and : !) for the
J. IC: Felts < 2.14Q to $J57 for the year lil) ):2 $ >2
the term HoiiieloKfapU! (atpuogmphlc C'lxioa' & llookldir.( New. prtlC. llnan. stat tt (II'' year 180:(, waR received.

Write for Prices and Term. character) lu the Greek orator, i'lavlusriilloHtrntUM. (John t. K. Henry Minis,,clerk tvpwrtpr.for .. .... HI a I(tNI M County Judge and Tax Collector' re Two Young Kentucky Mules for Sale.

---- -- K. E, Mini', .ul.t| ; exi.>r. (xiHtK .t lno."x|>. 829 port of licenses collected during the In order Rind and bad habits.
Orljrvu of Alexandria (ISft-ZSi: : A. D.) .1. K. l'..u>eroy,janitor to Apr 8 at No. II A Oil' month of April, amounting to $16 state prime no
D. L. OTLC>'VQ" Sarah O. OleanuQ ram In full fIr N.-s ... III Its and $13 was received.
note bin sermons down in shorthand K.: e. L. & 8. C,'., mipiillen for No 41 .... 2 no county,
1 and KocrutPM tho orclOHlastlcal blstorlun .t. rt. Cn or, rent mi 1:1 III) Oith of Dan, slusncattle inspector<< = --- -5- -
W. M. Welch l : ('o illplom 'UOD wa, if ol veil and tiled 3
/ of the fourth uoutnry. Buys thatpurt Aniir1im Honk Co. tuxr books. .. TIKI( ) The following bills were duly examined '

of the Herinoiitt of St. John Chrys-. Indian Hlo a..Ii"n..ty.River State" Hank n h..") iltn.. .. 23 H g'i SI and approved' and wairan'H' ordered j e Address Lock Box 161 3

OHtoul.WHi preserved by the same proc- hank or Ft 1'...r..o ... n no to be drawn fur till amine! May 2, 11)04.nenorii ) .
eMM. In the llr>it century It. C. a dls- E. (K. Wortov Ino exp. for, Xo IB,... .. 2 00 .run'. E Melbourne Florida.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
n.II.u""lI. :11I.: ... ... ,
: coarse of Onto UtioenMlH according/ to n. vi I/nl\l'l..rmali. M .s l Lrsnk.t No. 44 .. m 3 wt i IC ,J It Walkur, Co Cora" and, mileage.. II4 2 COf .

_ I'lutiirch was taken down by .sbortluind <1.. T.... M.irirld> 'iiipie. for :.No. I II. \a M It"R el onklinn tut, .. 111 N'0' "' '
(> .no..n.I..". exu' N.I.: Alt' ) 114" fill
"reporters.The John Henry, executing iliHid for No. 41.. .. 1 M John .JoII..a. .
h J .F Bell, HO ell -- -- - -- -- --- ---- --- -- ----- ------
I development of' shorthand was W!* Norwood', frog) Ollluer and exp... .... 19 (110Hfiotriu '
t 844 17 .. 01.NON1001N01 10 0101e'1.ON.1.N.N/NN.0NNN1
due especially'' to Marcus 1'ulllue'I'lro. Llisht To, 10 lei
Spoolnl Tax School Dlot. No. 1. AAste.urtuopyingminutes. //lfN'' \ \ .... A. Morgan, Proprietor." F. K. Hlakewood, Registered Irngglst.I .
Horn In Lnttuui In 103 11. C. Tiro who i :
Texcliors nularlon. ..... 3i>) on V i> .'.,IItIOY. alary ominty' Judge 2A ""Ml
rt was a slave l was brought up with Hauling pupils ... ..... 8801)) D i. ruuldiin.. Salary. Pros. .A 33: *:l .
J P Hrowi,. J llor ... 31w i :
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C-looro who was some years his junior. 3M (N) janitor 6 00 :
Freed lie became Clfero'd: secretary! u walt 1"1( on Co Com i 111I
81'011T..x| : Sohool' DI.t. No. 2.
fled\ In this capacity aided him greatly Teanlier( nalarloa, ... ...,. 470(10( A A Stewart,. Kccoiintaiit ..'.. 8(111I'111111 l '

ItnrpIr'. In the famous trial of Catiline ((03 II. Hauling pupils., t. *n on lIt 8 Hank 31 M RED PHARMACYTITUSViLLA i i
chemicals .. 11) 40Knyersdrngn.Lc.301y
8. F. Tmvta & Co. whIM! fly
C. the Tiro '
) stenographic rapidity of
/ f 810 INIBpanlal ) tie ,
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, wus at its helffht.-ChlciiKo Tribune. \ TAX Shoot Diet. No. 3. r ll'k: of Fort" rierue:/: fiscal; agle.:::::: ::::: 11 ;II) ..

Ales Stout Etc.QF .J. P. Hrown del. ren tr ho.iks .. .... 411 00 i FLOKIDA.A .
Tsaohnr..nlarlaa ..... ..., .. 'Siin 00 ... .... i
) 3end me your orders I Hauling puplU.. ..............*- ... .. ... at lit) J K. K.Y. Itr..wn.11..11111") , for.prlnonors" ,. ... ..,. 4 BOO BO -

TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA. RIGMAROLE. 245 7. A. Kessl, ferryman .. .... ...... .. .. .. 10 noK. Complete Stock of-
4 ) Hirovler .... ... 1000H.
The Word Evidently Come Down tI Bpoclal Tx: School' >llIt. N >. 4. V' : W. II Drew Co situ..fnr uik'. oftloe' 04 07I i PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. ::

'. Tminlinr. eslarlee.... ... ... .... .. ... 211000 ) L.luddenstty for bosrd..,..., .... 10000T .
J. L MOBLEY Kroiu "nnwman Holla. Hauling pupils, ..... .. ... .... ..... BB (HIt A..Johnson, work at Jailor's homo, . a 00 I.#'" Prescriptions Filled With the I
The word rljjmarolo Is applied now --I (> K. .Inllll......, pulntlnK: yard fence . :22 (BO Utwost Care and
iWW 00Qrand kANT: I'IIAHT AI>VO<:ATK, iiub tax stat.... I 00 I'romptHnde.TBtl
TITUSVILt.E, FLA.Contrasts cltiyM, with the contemptuous emphasis R. (H. Wlisuii.. physician insanity onsu.... 'J 00 i
all of Hhlng to describe a long unintelligible Total..... .... .... .... ... ...'. 1,74117: E. K. Kolliim .> .. 2 00 WE WANT YOUR TRADE GIVE OS A TRIAL ORDER [
for kinila
of Painting, Kal U. judge 4 (Ml)
A. Penney Choice' Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery Brushes
Mta telUpnt. At one time It In deference to from the John fomm. 1 1 00
Homtnlng a petition
; Ktalnlng. tTluUblng and Paper Henry .
Toilet Articles Shoulder Braces Fine Candles and all
must have 1 been word of weight patrons. of J. P. Brown Costa :l 22 W"> other articles kept :
Iluuglng, at the m mt rxitHimable price 11 Home Tropic school i l Mr. John K. i
Mrs K: Lyinan, jmiiper ....... .... .... 10 (IX) by up-to-date drug stores.
consistent with good woikmanshlp. for Byron lu "I>ou Juan" speaks thus Mathers was appointed the Supervisorof ('"rrleH"ntr,, .. ...... .... .... //I 00 .. mr:: We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. ..
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that district .
All Work the of It: "Ills speech was a line sample There being further business the M.henry Klold Mowmaa, .. ..... .. .... 10 10 (IX)X)) .......................... ..........................

on East Coast on the whole, of rhetoric which the no II tliRlu, .,... .... ... 8 fill .
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learned cull 'rigmarole,' board adlouinod) to meet in regular IIf'lI- ,1 Lewis ,....... .... BOO --
Is Especially: Solicited.Let slon on Monday morning June (II.( 101),&, A (lore ........ .... ... 800HallTalmadire (
It was certainly associated with what Attest! .1. M. Dixojr ........ .... .... 800' E. L. ::se.:: .. ..:C dz :eeO.:
ru) know what you want and get my wero known In law us "ragman rolls" Win Anderson ........ .. .... 8 fill ,
estimate on It. Prompt attention R. E. MillS, Chairman. r... J. Johnson. ........ ... .. 1000 -DEALERS IX-
lengthy deeds with seals attached, Secretary, SuimiuthadrinU, <> ,... ... . .... BOO
given to all work. whose lack of lucidity probably gave (ten iwnham, .. .. .. .... .... 10 00 GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
r Lea: Kraiier, ... ..,. .. ...... 8 fill ,
rise to the word's modern meaning. HUEVAUU COUNTY TKEASVUKH-S Mary; Kogera .. ....... .. ..., 800 We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are for MAPES FERTILIZERS
William Ilindlo Even papal bulls were so described Sam Young ,..,.... .... a 00Roan
Ve deal In the line of and
STATKIVIKNT.! exclusively above goods; solicit the trade of all consumers.
during the middle ages, while the rag Fund DIs. No. 1. Write for on Grain and all
May let, 1OO4.Halanne N. M.I'I.h. road work ...... .... .... ... 200 us prices Groceries, delivered at your station.
TICOPPER man roll by which Edward: I. bound E. L. BRADY A BRO. .
cash .
on hand Apr let,1004 f 6..MO) HA Road Fund DIs. No.2.

WORKER. the Scottish! nobles la of historical Amount received 111 Apr, 1UD4... .. 211,673 US A A. Dlxnn road, work.... .. ...... 3d AA1C. ______ _____ ____ ____ h.'_ _. ____ _____ __._.__.. ___.__________

celebrity. This was n cumbersome and Total. .... .. .... ..... ... ... .. ,930,7949 :, :.C. Lumber Supply; Un. 4.26.. .. .... .. 4 JO
Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting complicated deed, consisting of thirty- Leu warrants paid 'In Apr{ 1INV4. Special Road Fund IMt. No. 3. w. E. GOLDSMITH:
five pieces of parchment sewn together. and delivered to County t/oinmtititlon- T. .T. Snell road work ... .. .....? 71500
GALVANIZED mON STORAGE em and School Hoard,.. .... .... .. .. 24.4H4 OTKalanc N. P Kurd .. .. ... ai (ixi ,
There was a very old game called N. WilHy' .. ,... ... .:: ..... 1175K. -Dealer
TANKS MADE ragman roll. In which the players pulled on hand Slay hit, HNi4' tl.aui'' \ H4AUOVB '. w. Wiley. .... .. .. ... .... ..... il anN. In-
TO ORDKH. llownlv .. ... .... .. .. .... 41) 41
from n "roll of parchment papers attached IIALAN' in IIKLD A* KOI.I.OTVBDonoslced P. Krwouel' I. .... .... .... ... .. 7S III STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
Your 1'ntronnge U Solicited.\ to seals hung outside on which In Hrovard Bute' Hen Hurry, ..... .. ... .,. ....... a so ,
Hank all I .anlimr'1 County uertltlvata, L. liral"",,' '. .. .. .. .... ...... IT seA PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
COCOA, FLA. various characters were Inscribed.The ta hud to per mniuhly report and cash. at- L. HUteu road work.. .. ... ... 1400 TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
t primary derivation of "ragman"Is In .aro.. .... ... .. . .$ ll,2tll H4 ,". .. ' 13 75
B Uiwoomb, :.:.:. .: : :.: 1575
l very doubtful. In 'Tiers Plowman"it ALA I NOCK UKLOMHt' 15) SACS FUND A. W\f N, M Flsll ... ?... ..... 1s/ +>
Stanley Jutching: Is applied to the evil one and In Lows J.E. Anstelle .... .... .. u NN
County.. Hovnnne-(lenerai Fund/: WRiMid M. I li'"nimh. .... ..,. ,... ... 175. "0 INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
Icelandic It means one who la coward. and Fund . .. .. 6 Tit
Hrldga 1)I V. William, ...... .. .... II on
Dealer In- : HulldliiK. Fund ..' 861 J.I'. Mrown service rt of ..... ..,
ly or confused.London Answers. Kino: : and Forfeiture ..Fund,:::','.:'8,0.11 48 wiy .. 80ft FLA.

FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS I Feeding Prlsonvra. Fund 7K.1\ 1 mi 8perlal Road. Fund DIN No 4 [Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

A Grp la th. &.....*.. 8|"..eo. Ro".I"'lInd... .. New" 1>.1..t.' No... I. .. .... M in W. W. Carlton road work ... ... ..... ... los 20flame paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
Tobacco ::1..1.30..33
Pipes, Candles. Fancy China .
and "I have another complaint against N .I ? to M 3........ 1,1MB SH Warden Vund. T, T. WKTMORE, Proprietor.

Temperance. Drinks. the English: tongue; began the liter. .e. "" u St "to.", ".. 4 tJ.... ... J79\ tM T. A. Robinson, give warden .. .... ...... 4000 n __ ___. ____ .n __ ____.__ _____ ___ _______ ,
The following brands of cigars delivered airy man. "There are a good manygaps II Wirilnn' Fund .... ........:::::::: 74 Ollauie A. A, rV wart, Issuing permit .. .... ., 14 V)
all51Property ;
... ,
AI license ..
: Fluid .. ... moor
at $:!.:ai per box of f>0: In It. of but It seems to of lmfeai>e COIOII1. on 400 LL1a L 'VV"1.n.d.c: > W :J'WrnIXLOEJ.: :: :

Hutuboldt, Key West Smokers, Promos courser .-(leneral Funil .... .. .... III Fine and Forfeiture Fund.
Cremo Cubauaa me that the most absurd Is that a Ian. Speot51'r.x.. .. ; Sohool,. Dlst. No 1.. ...... .... 4I28O W. A. (flrrten witness j. ct.... .. .. .... 1 ai We are making hundreds of frames month for the contractors
t'obalxkl. .. leading
u a .. .... .. ,p. every
gunge which has a dozen current .. .. VMM) : B..'. Prevail ..... .. ...... 1211 .
4 Flinch Cards, fine. ; Hand Made\ Palmetto names for drink has none for -the .* MM" e t .". 3. .. .. ... M} 04 J. I.. Undoes, contable>. .... ,... ..... 8 00 and "e should make them for you. Wn do It cheaper and better.
4 ..... ..1111\8 ., Our[ latest
improvement is .
hats J. I' Brown, sheriff .... ... ..... a 00I. .
r :230.! young woman whom a man is engagedto Total.. .... .............. .... .. St. Sanders com. pros. '. .. .... .. ., 11 W
20u M
STUART, FLORIDA. mtirry. Most of tho terms that (U, O. I.. Osulilen. cons roes on.rt. .. ..... 401 l 3A BRONZE FINISH BALL BEARING SASH PULLEYS.
: JOHN >IB HT. County Treannrer., J..1'. (H'own. odin on Hum and' co. ot ..... iU H.I;
might be miggented are the biiient of A.A. Stewart orlm. ct. .... ... 3 84 and you should Insist. oft getting these in your frames.
coin-'best girl: 'intended.; and so When you have any building to do, write
Feeding Prisoners Fund.
441 Robbins & Graham Co. forth. AVe have to fall back wenkly CHURCH NOTICES. J. P Hrown feedg' &,,1.. fund ........... U 00 EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,

on the French fiancee And yet the relation Hoard adjourned to the General office EAU GAI.LIE, FLA.
meet first
(Incorporated." ) U English! and American\ enough Rev W. F. Shoemaker will preach: at -Yards at Tltusville Eau Gallle Fort Pierce. and West Palm Beach-
Monday In June A. D. 1004.
a PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.Thl.eompeny : I think for us to bavo a word of our Mime next Sunday at 11 a. in., and In ,

own Of course there, Is 'sweetheart.; the Methodist church Tltusvllle at 7:30
ownsit but that seeina to have dropped out 1'. m. All are Invited to attend A Cow Superstition.

Z4AN D s. of use aito/tether.-l'blhlilelplll&\!- Archdeacon 11 F. Brown will\ hold the According clouds of to the Imlo-Europ heavens were folklore nothingbut <> TICE::_

ger. Divine service, on Sunday next, at St.
the Indian', Rivet Country; On the St. John's church, Eau Billie nt 111:10<> :< a. m. cows who were Invested with the
in St. Andrews duties of a psycbopomp.! At times
Am Invitation. Also church Fort
Luole River; at New River and on Hay An Interesting/ collection of invitations Pierce, $( 7:30 p. m. these clouds desceudad to the earth To Packers and Growers of Pineapples and

Blacayna. Prices to suit the times. to and from Benjamin Franklin and assumed their bovine garb but Tomatoes :

Send for Land List. during his visit! to England: U In the OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- their duty remained the same. Hence

_ University! of Pennsylvania: library. ton's Rapid Calking' Tool. now In use the superstition prevalent In many Before you purchase for
Office at Titusvtile and Miami Fla. your Paper
Among the letters to Franklin are by: boat owners In the United States. agricultural countries that a cow breaking

some from the peerage for great and Price $'.00 and f S.OO each at the Ar>- Intq garden foretells! a death In wrapping it will to write us for

Hodgson Bros. for little dinners, but perhaps the most VOOATB office, Tltusvllle.\ "Kla the family. The psychopomp was pay you

Interesting In one from'a gentlemanwho merely looking\ for a soul to escort to samples and prices. We can furnish you s j
the hereafter.All .
4 described himself us "In lodgings Dade County Land Tor Sale.

i EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. and unable to entertain Mr. FranklinAt different grades and different colors. j
!. On. round Jf Coal.If .
Marine .
Railway his Home. Ito therefore proposed a For sale cheap, the northeast quarter

General Merchants and Ship Cbandlem. visit to the Star and Garter and then of southeast quarter of section 3, township a pttund of coal Is subjected to a Money saved in buying is J
went on to say that be would order a 3$. south of range 41 east; close to dry distillation and the products and
..Speolal Facilities.. dinner at a head evidently O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on residual treated chemically by the processes

For hauling Out, Storing and Repairing expecting Franklin crown to bear his share. St Lucle River; 40 acres. for obtaining the well known .MOISTEYWrite : : : J:_&DE. :
Also the northeast quarter of northeast coat tar colors the pound thus treated
Yachts and Launches. There Is no record of an acceptance.Philadelphia .- of section 18 "
quarter township 33, will yield ei Kecord. : south of range( 41 east on
Mention the ADVOCATE when writing ; south fork ofSt. :yards of flannel., vermilion for 2. 60

o Lucia River CHAS; 40 acrest H. \ ->ply to yard. aurln for 120 yards and alizarin : vI.ra'rEnSouthern: ::J?;J.PE:: : c<>_
'l NEWSPAPERS For Sale Do subscribe for the ADVOCATE vvloxTitusvtile: /
bOLD you 'I I
sufficient for 153: yards of red cloth. Office.
Cheap, at this oiuce.'td Fla. Atlanta, Ga.: !


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