East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
May 20, 1904
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
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.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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LOCAL NEWS I -Mr. T. P. Howes, of Sebastian, was Special Bale at Kline's on Monday I PROGRESSIVE PIT PARTY. PINEAPPLE MARKET. AMONG THE HOTELS.
town this "eek.Contractor ,
> May 23rd. I -

\ And Topic. of Oeneral Interest. J. A. McDonald of Miami I i Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor delightfully \ COCOA, FI.A., May 18, l'H' >4. The ADVOOATH la now on tile at all

wan his a passenger on yesterday'strain HA'NNAN 0.00() and *(It t 50 SHOES,,, entertained .about c".ntv.flve of their To Smrr"I1'Tbo : the best hotels New York city.
on way to :St.: Augustine.ExPostmaster Mends at a Progresslvt Pit Party; lust
at $;.110<> pair. market. for Reds. Is demand '
per excellent (!
$, THE ADVOCATE evening,: Where to atop along the East no..t.
In advance. Bassett left town 00Iooday's Special Prices on Men's Trousers. All 1 The ladles prises were won bv Miss Motive and pilous range\ from $213:! See list of hotels and boarding houses. j
1.50 per annum. } early train for
parta unknown sizes and patterns to $1,73-t'he Unit named figure being for
u_ Annie Jones end Mrs. B. F. and on fat and 7th )
Brown pages.
1.00 six months and his friends he bid ,
say never them All mall orders promptly filled for any the very small .Hlxw, and Utter for Hue
2.00;. per an. to foreign countries. adieu. of the above goods. the gentlemen's prize' by Mr.' Harry :21s. We have already placed our' flrkt Manager S. II Peck of Hotel Plain, i
I Wllfon anti Dr' J. M. Dixon
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE -Mr. Nolce Bristol, who has been JULIUS KLIXIC:, Refieshments consisting of delicious' ..,,111101'1'' In this Went, and quit a little. Rocktodge has gone to Petoskey, Mich.,
does cost Tltusvllle Fla. fruit lu lens than lots the Eii.I.At : to get ilotel Arlington In readiness. for $
by the year It not you spending the winter at Rockledge will Ice cream and cake were served and ear III l.
and the
three cents per week, postage Included.TH soon leave for his summer home at Hillsdale \voonl and Instrumental music onrl spicy a Director's. 11I"'lnl1lIn' Monday, at the summer season Mrs. Peck
e Jensen our list of Agents was looked children have joined Mr. Peck
EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on N. Y. -Attorney ,,-:\ Metoalf of Weal; stories were also features of the evening'senrertaiament. and additions maile., A .
over some
sale\ at the following news-stands, at five'' -The S' Augustine Record of Palm lle.cb, was In town yesterday. pointed lint 911be\ \ mailed Manager Wm. S. Kenney, of the Inn
youshoitl.y nd and Continental hotel Atlantio
Coming on Thursday evening, lack of Orm ;
cents per copy : Wednesday, says that Mr. George! Dykes' There will be another big dance In the!, so soon an It can be gotten fronaprinter's Beach Fin. has been a visit at
Titnsville-Red Cross, Pharmacy. and family left to-day for Titusville ,space and time forbids a more extended !' : enjoying
Opera house this (Friday) night, as will hands. N. H. lie will the Continental
Jacksonville-Duval hotel where they will\ locate report, but suffice It to say/ that the Littleton open
permanently be seen hv the announcement In another Doctor and his: wHo did themselves. proud Armour A Co. are not among our some time next month.

Note date of expiration printed upon -Mrs. G. F.. Eady, of St. Petersburgh! column of the ADVOCATE. as host and hostess. and all present. hada Agents at any point Because' of our "First
W. Mnxnon the
week. This arrived in \ having made a special arrangement with Mr. T.. popular
or every Tltusville\ Sunday/ to
wrapper Join .
your most enjoyable evening.
-Mrs. E. L. Brsdy and bright baby Lord of the Treasury"1, Hotel Royal.
No need her them-it temporary arrangement for
Is a receipt for your money. husband who Is in thetlsh business
also Miss\ Daisy' Brady have been spending will this
Palm Beach Fin.
three weeks lust have Polnolana, ,
send for subscription. !Mrs. season-some
for us to receipt Early expects to remain In Titus-
The date gives It to you. vllle until November. a few days with Mrs. W. N. Hendry,, -Everybody seems!' to be ,admiring formed the Idea that Armour Co. were summer rosume the management of the
at Fort Pierce, till week. (that Hue counter recently placed In the our regular Agents, which l I. not true. Kent hotel. Litkewood, Lake Chautau-

r- Reading notice ads are ten cen'taper -Mrv and Mrs\ II. J. R
line on this page.ADVOOATKS spend their winters' Kockledge, have Fla., representing the Rhode Island Mo- Contractor Decker. removed to Jacksonville on the -Ita t Inst. The AnvncATII acknowledges. receiptof

the Red gone to Oberlin 0., for while.. From tor Co was In Tltusvllle, Wednesday, After the 'join Inst. )please .address me nt neatly -
for sale at that place will Macklnao -The Street Committee of the Town a verv gotten up sttmllllustrnted
they go Island and appointed Mr. Ed. !Morgan local folder" from 'the of the
Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. Mich. for the of Tltnsvlllx In. rill looking fur those ed t nmnngnment
summer season.Worlcy two car loads of shell. When It arrives am already showing that I they Garden hotel Atlantic' City, N. J. This

Mrs N. Saunders' a prominent resident \h1'"hal: has. been having agent.W.. II, Reed of Nepnnselt Mans the streets will be put In |'eifcct oon- will tiikn! hold with use this set .on better Is said. to he one of the bout-equipped.
of Eden, was In town on Tuesday things rie+ned up a little. In to'n. n.. left after dition. than ever, and) we khouhl! fiioournge lintels on tint Atlantic const.. and Is beautifully

-Me"srs. W. R. Sande..a. C. B !"nnd- well ns trimming the tiees Along the Tiru.vllleti'I'nesdav vilnier at bin homo, at Canaveral spendingthe I them but the solicitor should I be pl>.> fctitewalks.. A little -Take note of the H B. HubbanlGo's. vucouiHgemant Make him bi-oiimna Finch" Is. KaUl 1 be ail round.
of Indlanola were In town Monday I mote tree Dimming ThU Is Mr. Reed's thirty-third winterIn \Y. I to an ,
ers sd. on our !Vth! piige. This comIIII"Y buyer by ilgldly detaimliilng to shtp
on dome i.f our all eels' will do no harm | to-date hotel man
and Tuesday.Mr. Floilda.Mr. .
are wholesale. and retell dealers In I your' (5 lull to thin Association. or sell It I

A. J. S"mbl..r I Is around Hllliln .-Mr". J. I). Alm->nd, of Port Pierre, -! F'* B. Noobje expects to close his hiirtiware doors, sash, blinds farming \K 0 B.Atlvine. Mr. Fred F. Taylor' owner of the Indian

.after a short spell of. sickness, -much to who has been staying at the :SemHIer: flab business. some time In June, fur the tool. MIC.MUs. me If you need. shipping stan. River hotel, Tlt.usvlllet; and Piss
and that of his Cottage and visiting fl'll'nIMln this viclnl ells books. hotel, Rookledgc, war In town 'the first
his own delight many summer. Mr. Scoble will go to Norfolk Eddie Geiger hits shipping, stamps or
friends.Mr.. ty: fur the past w. ek, let, today for a VIAnd Now IIa>en, Conn., for a much term at !Malxhar anti completed arrived K; I'I POUCH Kit: General Agent, of the week, superintending the altera.
I visit with ftlt'ndllin St. Augustine, before' needed lest and change. Indian. River and Lake Worth Pineapple I lions Improvements to his Tltusvllle
Geo. M. Robblns, of In Tllusvllle ye-teriiay for a few days'
and Mrs.
returning home. Oro"....' A.sorlatlon. hotel. Mr, Taylor halls. from GrandRapids
South THusvlKe.; have two big peach SEND :MACHINE WORK AND> visit with !Mrs E. 11;. 1 Uolllna u'?'" going to Mich., but says he hate to leave
trees In their yard'that are loaded to thus -Mr. J. E. Ingrahm,: has returned outers for llmdwaie, Building Miters her home In Green Cove 8PI'lo"lI.In ", the beautiful weather, we, aretiow havingIn

ground with" peaches. They are well from Miami, whither he went with Mr.' Eio to The Geo. II. Fernald continence of the severs I'.lneHs: QUAY AS AN INDIAN. Flotilla for Michigan weather; so he
H. Brown introduce the Bermuda
W. to
worth seeing.Dr. / onion' among the vegetable groweia of Hardware Co., Sanford: Fla. of Miss Bryan who bill charge. of little and Mr.. Taylor will\ stay on Indian Rlv.

E. E. Rollins who ban been on here Laurence Brady, Mr\ and Mis. L, A. er an long us they possibly can.
\ the lower East Qoas. Mr. Brown went -Mr. II, B. Mace will leave today Senator M. H, Quay whom most Indl-
the sick list for several davs Is. now to Interlachen.The for Jacksonville, en route to New Brady will leave here today for <;larks- .n Klvmltos admtie ill not only a Inland It la generally admitted! that one of
much better. On .Tuesday he left for York and his home at Willlariikbildgu, vllle, Tunn., to place their boy lu school of the Seminole Indians of Florida, but the most dellgtbful' spring resorts In the

Green Cove Springs and Jacksonville Walton Self-Locking Block ( o., N.'Y. Mr. L. F. MoNultv will accompany -'th.! and Mrs. J. F. Mitchell and Is nisi great: friend of the Delaware Indiana United States, Is Virginia Hot Mprlnes,

on .a visit to relatives and lends. of these Boston blocks hag, shipped the United over S'atelllZovern-a carload of him. They go via Clyde Steamship family, of Cocoa, 'will leave for Jacksonville / wlih whom It l is said one of the situated the hot springs valley of Virginia -

-Miss Florence Colmar, after attending ment WasMngton.. D. C. The demand -i l Hue. \ to-day. Mr. Mitchell wilt, aa usual, Senator's English ancestors wan long as- at an elevation of ::1\00: () feet with

to little George Robbins for a couple for this itolHocklng block Is rapidly -Tim Miami Record! says : The Orion, assist General Agent K.' I' Poreor.! In .l'cl..t",1. when the United States was a .surrounding mountains rising 1,800 feet

of weeks or so, returned Monday, to on the Increase all over the north. W. II. Giegg'a, yawl rigged yacht! Is expected the shipment of plneiippleH. AI r.our.. colony of England and ho ha, recently, higher, and having a reputation extending .
West Palm Beach, where her services. down from Tltusvllle to-day, char and family will I leave for Jacksonville scoot ding to Washington photographer over more than a century The New
were needed George still, confined to WHEN YOU 'WI JI'TO DRIVE, call when she will be hauled out on the waysat tomorrow.If .. had his phologtnph taken 10 I hoc isturne Homestead Hotel at this retort. which, Is 1

bed owing to bis broken leg. upon the Tltusvllle Livery at rear of Peck A: Daily's, where she will, \ be out Interested In.the of ono of the Delaware tribe Henutor: conducted by Mr. Frederic terry, I Is an
nubbins', law office, for u stylish, up. In two and 10 feet added to her water- newest line of sam Quay' has sent the photo to his. Indian Imposing brick hotel capable of accommodating
Captain Harry B. Shaw, superintendent to-date rig Leave your older for line. pies, clothing out to Individual measure, Islamic In Oklahoma over even hundred people
of Houses. of Refuge In this district all kinds of double and single hauling. see my bo..k-Watianmker A Brown

was in Titnsville\ on Wednesday Feed and sale stable a specialty.J. \ -:Mr. W M. Brown, president. of the 8ultll, $IIi.! Muffin pans, wnflloIrons, Mrs. A. II. Dodge's relatives will make
having completed pare of his Inspection \: M. OSIIAN TltUMvllIe Fla. Fort. Dallas National !Bank, Miami who U.lfruit: : ; J along the coast. Captain Shaw now reg- left for New York and Boston on a business furniture, dry goods and shoos.. with the Hotel Windsor Jacksonville.\ ,
'iaters. from Miami Instead or Ormond -Mr. R. E. 1>Mlms the preoent Superintendent trip, a few weeks ago, tetiirned to Panic flinch pit, games novels, etc. : Major A. Ht. Clulr Abrams sad .M r.

lie gave our office a pleasant call ere of Publlo Instruction was Tltusvllle on Sunday night. On Monday Chas, A. Gardoer1ilueyill' ,, Fin.Mis. While seining In Bird Lake about Cromwell Gibbons have filed a petition

leaving for Oak Hill.VENTILATING the pleasant callers at this office night he left for Miami, to attend lo his eight miles I rum Tltusvllle. on Wednesday In the Circuit Court Jacksonville. anti
PACKING for Packing on Tuesday. Mr. Minis takes lilrt defeatfor bunding interests Mr.\ Brown reports a \ E. B.: Chat field" owner of a Messrs E. W. Grislier and Frank will try to knock out Mrs. Dodge's will.

r and Perishable, Fruit.- member of the :School: \ Board philo pleAxant tI me In Boston with Captain J. winter residence and orange; grove at Lounlana got an alligator In their seine. As published to a former Issue of the
Pineapples does .Hophically, and wishes his opponent, Mr. O. Walton and other lends. Rockledge!!, has returned to her summer As. be was hauled to the boat he broke ADVOCAtE, It will no doubt be remembered -
Cheap clean, bright. Fruit not. Hardesty, every sqccess.Mr. homo at New Haven, Conn., after a delightful loose and attacked the boat biting n that Mrs. Dodge! who recently

ripen In transit.Ventilating Write for Packing particularsand Co. Wm. II. McFailand of ]i'orepanjlh's PINEAPPLE GROWERS, Pack your trip through England snd the large. piece from the same. After anhour's dim. ), left property valued at U/IO.O/N": / <
Europe. Mrs Chatfleld'Nmother hard work he was finally oaptured most of whluh she willed to her former
& Sells has been .
15tt: Fifth Avenue New" York. fame In Boston Preserve I'Ineappleeand Insures better Mrs.\ R. K. Brrok has arrived, ,
this week with the circus. A letterto brought; to town whore they sold pastor, the Key, A. M, McDonald.Mr. .
and } prices. Write for particulars to at her home In Breck vllle O. from him (
-Mr. Jules Dardonville family of to I. L. Msndevlllo Ills 'intorhll'I.
Fifth avenue Now York, write us that this office from Mr.Edwin M. dolman the Ventilating Packing Co., 150 Fifth Rockledge. U. between ten and twelve feet long and '. Clia*. A, Merritt, a well-known, '
Worcester, Mass., says Mr. and Mrs. Avenue, New York. lJ-4w; and popular hotel manager, formerly of
they Intended leaving last Saturday, for Is H fine sneclmen of the saurian order.
MoFarland had a very pleasant time In -Mrs. C. C Curtis ami son and danglitor. Jacksonville but latterly I of
Liverpool and other places England; that city. We publish part of Mr. Hoi- General S. M. Schofield, U. S. A., re of Jacksonville; Mrs. II. Singleton \ some restaurants In manager New York

also .for some of the big cities. of E trope, man's letter in another column. : tired accompanied by his. family, l left anil baby, and Mrs Singleton, sqnlor, GRAND BALL AT TITUSVILLE. city, has famous taken charge of the Argyle hotel
but would return In July." Th..v.lllllpd St. Augustine for the noith. .
on Sunday, arrived In Tltusvllle 1 yesterday and, at
the St. Paul. Mr. Dardon- -WrltlDIlII' from West Newton (nearBoron Charlnston, H. C., and we are pleas.4
on steamship General SchuHeld and family occupy a once ilrote' to the tatter's home at La
ville owns a fine orange,: grove and winter ), Mans. Miss I Louise M. Powe handsome winter Carrera to hear of the Announcement, having
residence on Granite. MM' OtirlU and family will\ remain Friday Kvrnlnir: May 9O, I1MI4, st therp.ra
1\1 Merrill! for Mr.
residence at Merrill. on the Indian owner <>f an orange grove at !<<>QJ<(ledge street' and have. by their visits extend .about three' weeks, Mr Culls, Is |!UUM>. known I th..t"t Is his many Intention years. with
MeiriGsty. -
: "I am im the eve of deparlute for
River. an says extensive tour of Europe In.the Interest ing over period of several years, learner maimuer .f 1\1\ r. MAX MjOrson's famous Kveryb: oily viiullaliy, luvlted to attend 'the aid of Mr\ Wilson, the owner-to

-Tbe Boston Globe recently gave of the study of history ,n.lllrt. to the appreciate the delightful weather of clothing store' lu Jacksonville.'The the il.tuco In the Opera House tonight, mllleit the Argyle hotel one of the moat

pltu re. of the Joseph Jeffernon familyon and shall have I the pleasure visiting month of May In Ht. Augustine.Th a lilch pi'oiiiU to be the swell***! of up-to date hotels the south, and thatno
a .*' are always the- last winter :Misses. Alice and, Nellie Hatter
the American stage For five\ generations majority of the collections of pain'lng / the 'season. The Tltusvllle Orchestra expense would be spared< lo carryingout
residents to leave.A two charmluir ladies. from lily
they have been actors of rare talent and tculpturo tbat contain Important Point hived young In will furnish. music for the owaalonAdmlnHlon this Intention Success to MnnngerMerrltt. '

The first actor In the Jefferson family works I shall\ often wish for a glimpseof Jensen subscriber write: "I In. and are, the guests of town Mrs.on J.Wednesday P. Brown., : l.idlim fier{ gentlemen I 1.A 1. .
was Thomas Jefferson a farmer's lion, close .1.110 for -------
the newsy and Interesting. ADVOCATE anojber year's subucrlptlon They attended the big dance In the
'. who wan born In Yorkshire, England In and Its pleasant notices. of old,time acquaintances to the ADVOCATK.: Your paper is Opera' '' house on Wednesday night and BIG DANCE. EASTERN STAR.
f 1725.:.! Ills son, Joseph, born In 1774, and of the' progress of well received In every home, because It will attend the one to-nlghl. The above -
also performed on the Kngllsh stage for I. flee from abusive -
events on the Indian River; but I regret and sensational articles. ladle. this office
young gave a pleasant
} several years, and then left England to that it cannot follow me In my wander You certainly treated our popular I p6 perform In New York, where he married ings with any certainty of finding me. I candidate fair and square, and the peo Brown, Miss Brown and Mm. D. B. weeks took pixie at the (l era house Chapter No. 11, order of Eastern Star,
evening In ,the Chapterroom
+ a prominent young lady of that city. will take It on my, return to the United pie of this famous pineapple region ap- PrllchArd Tllusvllle, on Wednesday nlghf, when on Tuesday
Mr.\ Jefferson left New York for Phila- States." preciate the friendliness of jour newsy our society: editor noted that the floor Tlliisvllle.\ The secret society
delphia where he became the manager ______ and Interesting paper. Long may the Hhoe was fairly crowded with merry dancers. editor of this. paper was present, and

of a theatre. Since that time thAre has Fish House for Itent EAST COAST ADVOCATE flourish; also Its Uel'lalrlng. The Hour, was In perfect condition, and noted that while the attendance of lady
N always being/ Joseph In the faml!,. The popular editor and proprietor Mr. C. H. dancing was continued wild grout spirit members was. not large, the meeting was
Joseph Jefferson spends his winters a very Interesting one. Among other
present Walton. until 11J4):;)( .
I do all kinds of hoot and shoe p in.Chimp
at Palm Beach. Fla., and bis summers At Grant, Fla. Address, repairng things: Mr*. Moore, one of the leading
and do --- ----
at Uuzxards Bay, Maas., and Inlaloe. F. B. bconiK!:, Tltusvllle, Fla. Oar ]\ ; Son. AMOIIKW GIIIHOX, for (:hash, gave a very Interesting talk to those present
Tltusvllle, Fla. who will be pleased to see her' In

John It. Walker & Go's. Special Pineapple Wrap and Nail.y" ... Wanamaker and Brown's suits. give attendance on future occasions. All
I' measures 11.1. Horse and at Grant. Address. voted It social evening but
satisfaction. take ; suits One Hundred wagon a pleasant ,
Men and Women
Sale-Slay 23. Large stock lOa lawns; others <(o. New F. B. S<;oiilic, Tltusvllle, Fla. were sorry more members were not present v
\ have {lust received a carload
of ___ C'
stock challis and ginghams, corduroy h to enjoy
pineapple and carload of nails.
THE LARGE BRICK STORE, Titus EAST COAST wraps LUMBKB A: SUPPLY Co. (white), organdies., percales. Is your Wanted, for Picking. Sorting and Man Wanted. 4

vine Kla., offer you for Monday May I Argo ticket out ? Hurry. Furniture, Packing Peaches, Cantaloupes and Tomatoes Launch For'Charter.'
23rd.: only the following reduced price. : dry good, shoes.CHAS. at our orchard. In Baker and t $

EMBROIDERY, EDGING: AND IN- .Fine Property For Sale. A. GARDNER Tltusville, Fla. Alachua counties Good, comfortable 'A man who can personally work and -

-sertlons worth 23cts. per yard, at 1'cts. accommodations for living. Extensive. manage a pineapple plantation on tb.I' By the hour, day or trip. Apply at

We have a large assortment to select Launch For Hale. shipping will begin about June the 1st. opposite Malabar, on Indian railroad, wharf, to Tow: TURKISH.ItlnckMiiiltli .
from. All other goods of this characterat Two nice cotUges, adjoining each Crops estimated to be from 73 to 100 River, Fla. He mast thoroughly/ under : X'

greatly redneed prices. other in North Tltusville, with an acre carloads. Write or apply to our office, stand pineapple culture, picking and and Machine Shop.

SILK TISSUE, in all the leading of hammock: and five acres of rich muck' For sale at Neptune, Fla., a II foot :2(, East Bay street, Jacksonville. Backing; also proper method of fertll- fdltftX'*'

.hade*. This material Is cheap at tOcts. land, suitable for truck farm. Good Glass Cabin Cruising Launch, Oft. 3ln. Orlffla Florida Orchard Co., zing Address,
per yard; we offer It at this sale at 47cts. beam 291ft. draft. Has a new (1004)( i 1.41 Jacksonville, Fla. II C. HTARCK, Blacksmith and Wheelwright,Machine
; .
river front. The has three done In tlrs.
larger cottage Works and hone Shoeing
17 yd. AAA Fine Domestic, this sale 12. Malabar, Via.r .
Rochester Gas Engine, 24 horse """
only for 41.00. Woven Madras, just lbs sleeping; rooms and a servant's room upstairs Boat and engine In good order. Boat I --- ---- class style. W. H. SWAIS 4; Co.
.. '1 1FUUNI
For Hale ,
goods for shirt waist salts; we have It In ; and a parlor, sitting room diningroom galley and toilet. Owner's reason for at Oeorglana, Florida.IS Pineapple Crates. 'TO
all shades, price SDcts. per yard; Mon I1Ir.tJ COTTAGE LET In
and kitchen below. The adjoining selling, wants a larger boat. Price, -
day's price loots. Blue Ribbon, full 4.4 2,000.> < -. Mouth Tltusvllle.. App!! atAovooATBTltusville.
Cambric 11 yds for $1.IO cottage bas two sleeping rooms and acres Improved land, centrally\ located .
and second Also, a good, 10 b. p. Globe. Engine. frontage of It rods Indian River. We can save you money on Pineapple .
servant's In --
FOR THE THIRD TIME this season, room story, and on << ,K.:
Price $3to.Address:: .
Write for delivered at
'orates prices
Contains as
we have received and are offering the sitting room, dining/ room and kltcblngtjelbw. eltber F. W. Yates* 1 Elword floe young orange grove In station PHOTOGRAPH EXLAHOINO.-J. II.

latest and best In Men's Hats, both Large, brick cisterns, to both Building, Rochester, N. Y.; or Alex J. bearing.1I1D.Address, T. If. CHAUIIKK:Fla.*, your ..,v W. A. MKBKrDAT CO., Ilrantley, of Altoona, Fla.*, has appointed -
straw and felt. Goode Neptune Fla. 11-61) : Georgians/ Miss Ester Lowery, of Titus
bOD_ Adapted for a nice winter ll-5t/ Patatka, Fla.
OUR FURNITURE LINE Is fait and vllle, local agent for the Consolidated

complete. We meet all competition and borne. J)rayinjf.Draylng Are You Going North? Portrait and Frame Co., of Chicago.
pay the freight. Price $2,300 for the entire property. Cleaning and 1'resslnjf.. All orders given her. for the enlargingof

Call or write for samples or prices. Terms, $1,000 cash, 91,500: on mortgage ; photographs and framing of pictures T

Polite and courteous attention. Mail at 8 per cent. banting of all I Inds promptly D* not fall to get your tickets via the will be promptly attended to,

order promptly attended to. attended to. Meets all trains. Stove popular Clyde Line. from the agent, All work done up-to-date. Call and and work: guaranteed. Miss L"wi:ry
J. R. WALKER A CO.Titosvitle Apply to GEO.: M. ROBBISH, wood for sale at all time. : C. II. WALTON, see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor will be found at her "horn" as eun

Fla. 4-8t TUnsvIlle, Fla. E. H. HoLTrjr.: Titnsville. Tltusvllle, FU. Barber Shop on Washington avenue. beam, la suburbs of Titusville.


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3. P.-falla/erro,................ .. ..Jwikannvlne.B. .
tested For AnHUBllr. Hatch II. UMallory,. ...... ...... .... .. '" .Fanaaoola.
THOMAS W. LAWSON NMIIondlre SportsmanT ;I'rA The cut shows the Iowa state corn The proudest! lieu In ill) the land t I. U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.Robert : : .

By trophy, vahi/d ut >f r ISO.; to presented one belonging: to David Frobert of W. Davis...... ..., ....... .... ...Palatka.A ..
.vt.Simrknmu. ............ .... ..... ..Tajnpa.Won. .
has been asked where the recompense comes in for l>y Will O. Whiting for the best upecl-. New Hnnipton. Orange county any a B. Lamar....._..... ,... ..... .-. MonUoeflOn
men of corn grown In the state of lows UltMletowu (X. Y.) special dispatchto U. 8. LAND oFFDCE.H. .

tit those who put up the money for the America's cup In 1U03 the corn to be used us an ex ,the New York Times. It Is a ben B. Cbnbh,., .. ...:.,......... .... ...Roftlaterv

yachts. pf course there la no end of recompense lr liib.t ut the l-oulslumi I'urcbatie expo of lofty Ideals und dignified demeanorand W. O. Robinson.. .OatneevWeFlorlds.Rooeiver..
Offices at
v"1 did Its! duty faithfully tbe past ,
alt Ion.
T ; :;:I' to the New Yorkers who chip in when the hat is FLORIDA LEGISLATORS.!
The design In of n representative enr winter when its product was worth E. N. lralck, Palm Beaob..... ...... Senator..
passed around. HAVE YOU NEVER NOTICED WfiEr or corn resting on an ebony: base. The Its weight In gold. The motherly Instinct W. H.Joneia. Tltusvllle.SepreNentattve.

of the lien came on however, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Wm. .
A DRUM MAJOR IN FRONT OF A REAL .4 b and It wanted to alt B.Jennings...........,.........Governor.
r'v. ...... .,... of State.
s H. Clay Crawford Secretary
BAND His chest resembles one-half of a Fourth of July bal : Mr. Trobert: drove her from pillarto W. V. Knntt....... ..... .. Treasurer.
besides BABY post: but. us It was time to sit, the James B. Whltfleld... ... Attoriiej-Oenerml.
loon. Ho is covered with gold braid and silver gimcracks, and ; W. N. Bueata. ... .. ...Supt. Put a Instruction.
lien was determined to sit, and to B. E. McLIn .... .,,Comwl..looer.Alrloult..n.A.lon. .
blowing fire and smoko from his! mouth and nostrils he per.J..orms .. achieve Its purpose It anally soughtthe ... C. Croom.......".,. ,.,.. ....Cumptroller.
.... .. Adjutant-General.
Clifford R.
k many queer stunts with a long stick,' with a brass ball on topmost branches of a big tree In John Bradford Foatar. .. .. ... .... ....Ssrvel jorenerml..
% COMES.I tbe yard. In the top the hen laid an R. E. Rose .'. .... .... ......... Sflate Chemist.
the end. Drum majors, I understand, work for nothing-in fact, egg on which It now sits secure and Offices. Tallahassee, FlerMa..
pay for the privilege of prancing before the band. Where does dear \ unmolested. Several hawks have attacked M.H.MAbry.SUPREME....... .COURT..., .. .. .....Chl t Justice
did.. .you come.from baby. I the lieu but have learned to F. It. farter.......... ... ., ..Associate Juatlce.
{ their recompense come in ? What a question I Out oft) everywhere Into the beraWhere II keep their distance. H. F.Taylor............ ... .... .. "
did you get your ey $o blue RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.Jefferson .
K K K Out of the sty .. I came through. I
Great B. Browne chairman.. ". ? Key West.R. .
What mike the light In them sparkle IIII Rick.. Hudson Burr..... ..... .. .. ,....little River.J. .
There has probably never existed drum major :who would and .piu' III IIII' M. Hryan.. .. ,. .. .. ...... .Kfamlmmne.
Some of the starry spikes let in. In nlmoHt every neighborhood someone R. C. Dunn, clerk .. ... Maulaon.Headquarter .
nave been heard of anywhere on top of the earth if he had not Where didou !net that little tear? bas died from an attack of colic or cholera ] and office at Tallahassee. Ma.

found it wilting when I got here.. morbu. often before medicine could CIRCUIT.COURT.
been a drum major-THE WHOLE TIlING ON PARADE.Of .
be procured or a physician; sl;mmoned.A Minor 8. Jone*.Titusyllle..ClrcultJudge.:
The fact la sad it la true that the
as aa ). K ..Pronecntlnr ,
diseases J. I IlelClI' Orlando Attorney
for these
course the recompense to Sir Thomas is'self evident. He baby finds tine tear waiting to dull Ita reliable remedy Sprlnjc Term-Fourth Monday In Maroh.
blue eyes, and stain its soft cheeks. At should be kept at band. The risk Is too Fall rerm-Fourth Monday. October.
is the first challenger who has shown business ability enoughTO to take Chamberlain's .
cup great anyone '
the first it hi.* no language a cry. HREVARD COViM'Y' COURT.

:MAKE CUP RACING A RATTLING' GOOD INVEST Its one necessity U but to give expression ri ik Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kennedy A.. D. Penney. ... ..... ,... ......'..County Judge.:
to its suffering and for that a tear bas undoubtedly: saved the live* of more 1>. L.Oaulden....,. ,. ,.Prosecuting Attorney.
:MENT. suffices. people and relieved more nufferli.g and A.. A.. St wart..... ... ...., .... County Clerk.

He has $2,000,000 on three races. I have little doubt The mother who stoops Jn anguishover w pain than any other medicine In use. It Rummer Spring:Term-Second Term--Second Monday Monday In May.Angnat.
spent sate '
be depended For
tIle wailing child would do any. can always upon. Jo-all Term-Seco..d Monday 111 Nor mber.
1 that if the privilege of using racing boats for advertising purposes thing to ease its suffering. But she is by all druggists and medicine dealers. Winter Term-Second Monday in February.

helpless. The time when she could have COUNTY SCHOOL, BOARD.R. .
was sold at public auction IT WOULD BRING AT LEAST done so much for her child !is past. She Over-Work Weakens E. Mime, Superintendent.Bonaventure.Members .
did not realize that in 'those anxious i 'J. M.Dixon, chairman.Titmnrtlleg
$2,000,000 FOR EACH RACE. R. N. Andrews,Cocoa; J.K .Spraeebluff.
nervous days when she shrank from the Your Kidneys.
R ordeal of motherhood she was preparing COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.: : :
.f.R.Walker, chairman Tttuivllle John R
suffering for the buliy. ;
It is right that we Americans should takeoff our hats to Sir The path of motherhood is soothed Unhealthy-Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Mint, IndiannlaU. A. Oonkllntr', TillflsnJohnC. ;
Jones, Qiiev ; F. Bell, White 1ty. Regular
and rnie! easy! for those who use Dr. HCKSlonH ura dti, t ft'nnday' I" : I month.BRRVARD .
Thomas, for lie truly shows us that- a man may be a good businessman Plerce's Favorite l prescription.; It gives All the blood 1 In; your body passes: through! .

and a good fellow and) yet by combining the two produce a physical buoyancy and mental bright. your kidneys, ones every The three kidneys minutes.aro your. D. Penney,Tlttmvllle COUNT;.....OFFICERS.A. .. .Connty Judge.
tie H. It tranquiluea the nerves, en- (rout TII01'lIY u SM r I). I.. Geuden, Tlriisvllle; ..., Pros Att y.
howling success out of what, on the surface, appears! disastrous fail courn ea a healthy appetite and! induces hunts' of thl+ Mir arc' uf "terilnlr.Ilver.. r I a { blood out partners iho waste,they filter A. A. Stewart. Tltusvllle. : : : ::: ::: .. County. Clerk,

ure. refreshing sleep. It gives the mother wKli outer liunl.t dinn'il flown to serve i ,/y '- Impurities In the blood.or J.K. F W.Wooten Hull.Tlrnsvllle! COCOH I;;:::::::. :'::._Tax Tax Collector Assessor.
strength for her hour of trial, and the John Tltii vtlle,..... .... Treasurer.
at I If Henry
alt supiioiiK. Tin- I'.ir Itself\ 1.4 fc'nli r ,ly they aro sick cr out
which ,
confidence and content come B. K. Minis. non..",,' tnre. ., Supt l'ah.Inst.J.
from Htrength. It makes the birth hour with a luillow coo ciivlty. The top bi- I i cf orc!<.r.lhey fall! to Ho 11. Fries TI u.*tlle,. ., County Surveyor.
practical1v piiinlewt, and by increasing I In-; dt'hH'Iuhl.'I'II/; umple *f>u<',' for I .lv their! we iI.. J. P. Brown Tltitevine. ..... Sheriff.V. .
_ J THE 6ENEROSITY'Of MILLIONAIRESBy Pains,aches and rheumatism \ 8. Norwani'rltusvllle.,Ref istrattnn Officer.riWsVILLM .
the natural], food secretions it enables the I holding< tlio ('hIlU:1>lolI enr of corn vvltlitn -
healthy mother to the : :: c.r:' s rom e.- TOWN COUNCIL.
enjoy happiness UiiMv'
cess of uric acid In the O. A. Front,niavori Van Worley marshal .and
JOSEPH H. CMOATf. United States Ambassador to England of nursing/ her child. T11Pnropliy,, will lie contented for annually and .
contains blood, duo to i.cglac.cj tax coll-etnr: R. k: Mm Is Jr., clerk treasurer
"FavoritPrescription" no nail Worded: by JuJgeM] uppolntttl \ kidney trouble. } John Henry tax aamior; J. R. Walker,
_ alcohol, neither opium, cocaine, or any) F. A..> oricuu. L. 1. Brady, P. J. Hull and J. !..
I LlHt V ORD BACON SAYS THAT EVERY MAN' OWES other narcotic. by tilt ln'iul of the depiirlniftU of Kidney trouble causes: quick or unsteady Carrnthers. councilmen The council meet
col. heart b-'\'3, and makes foci first In Tech month.
UKfonouiy" of time Iowa Agricultural ono tj though Tuesday
i aA DEBT TO IllS PROFESSION, arid many of : A Mothor's Gratltutto If'''!!. ;hey had heart trouble bcciuca the heart Iscwer'orUn TITUSVILLJT BOARD OF TRADE.

the technical, commercial and professional schools inS .I would like to expreM. my gratitude to you { In pumping thick' kidney. G. M. Bobbins, president j .'. M.Dixon, treasurer
for the tvenclit 1 have poisoned bloc.1 through veins!: : ind arteries.It J. O. Ka..t,wpretarv. Meets ipronil V dnesday -
America owe their high, character their great sucR"'TjI5" received from yo"rwonderful Kidney: Troublesare used to be co-ulJereti d.a! only urL.ary night In each month at their moms.

'" Favorite medicine.; relieved and cured In the boKinnioK troubles wera to Lo traced to the kidneys, FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
cess and their munificent endowment to the loyaltyand Prencrip4tlon easily -
.. but now modern science! that, ( ,holds Its meetings
write !\I rill but the disease lageveiliy proves needy Indian Rlvt-r LorlRe, o. DO ;
zeal! of men who with material advantages by H. C. Anderson "01 grows all conshutlcnal: 21 l.-.eases have their beginning the, si ond and fnnrtt Friday evenings of each
Hotitti Britain. New we roust find a mOle potent trouble. lodfre room, Indian River hotel
sheer force of brains and character have succeeded in their various Q Haven Co. Conn.,1 remedy. Her 1s where Irvlup's: liucliu In kid-icy amt 7 Lai: > o'clock p m. J. L. Carruthers, W. M.;
(tlox l'm) "During, Wafers excel as a cura. Of course they If you'ars sick you can make no mistakeby : F.A. Morgan, Bec'y.
the & ot i first mile
doctoring your.kidneys. The
callings. expectancy' I could give quick relief, but m >re than that. ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.
and the extraor effect
not keep anythinffon they give a sure and lasting cure. They I .nl.ry cf Dr. Kilmer's Friendship Chapter,No. It, holds Its meetingsIn I
Every man is naturally proud of the profession, business or art tnv IIhlln ch. Wan positively purify the blood. Sold atLtlo Swamp-Koot tha great kidney remedy Is the Masonic Lodge room. Titt vlle. on the
eo.Irk jhnt I I had to soon rsallzed. It stands! the highest for its lint Tcusdav' I In each month a"SiHOo'clockP.m.:
in which he haa himself succeeded, and it is to the ETERNAL dilferer.. to bed end vtay a box by Red Cross Pharmacy. wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and the thlid Tuesday In each mouth at 7:30
for week I tried doctor, but with
o'clock p. m. The f< Flow Ing are the officers of
HONOR of many of our captains of industry I little benefit. I read about many being helpedby ........... .. a and Is sold on Its merits =. the lodge' : Mrs. B. R. Wilson, worthy matron j
uelugyour medicine no 1 thought I would all Mr.J. I.. Currnther,u-orthy I eton: Mlsr Kate
by druggists; In fifty- ...
give it a trial. I begun! to take 'Favorite. Japan, of late: has uttrucU'it, many ladluu ", P' :; ::
'that they manifest their gratitude by thus smooth Prencrlptitm' lu November and your I had a nice cent and one-dollar atzu tiV 'it:ill : ; ,'W Stewart Secretary Aftso.Mr.Matron J.J\f.i Dlxon Mrs. M.,Treasurer flcrlmgeonr, Mrs.,
students to her schools amid Is I
''' .' '"
the success little girl baby lu February following My bahy es. You may have a \ Julius ](line,Conductreas; M IKS Znndie Stew ait,
ing footsteps to of THOSE WHO weighed over eight pound. I wa only ick showing: u desire to cultivate a good sample bottle by mall Roma of s.. A..o. oml's.. ; M..... G<*o. W. Scobie. Ada; Mrs.
WOULD :FOLLOW where have bunt one hour, and. gut along nicely afterward; feeling between tile two countries also how to find J.L. (nrruther. Ruth; Mrs Geo M. Bobbins,
they led. wait up and ureaned on the eighth; dny. I never free pamphlet telling you Fsther: Mrs. F. A. Mnriran. Manila; Miss Aleph
_ G hnd. the. doctor with me at all;Joel the nurse and says tIe Engllnlmiun of Calcutta. In out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mlms, fclecta!: ; Mrs, John R. Wslker Warder;
There are no more enduring memorials than a otter was NICK'two a very friend chart My time.friend 1 think thought Dr Pierce'that I diu.n Indo-Jupan club estublinbed Mention. this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer Mr. F. A. Morgan Chaplain Mrs. T. T. Wet-
Is indeed. & Co., Blnp'hamton, N. Y. more, Bontlunl ; Mr. Chas H. W"ltoa. Marshal.
these "footprints on the sands of time It was Favorite' Prexcrijitiuti a fray mother' at Tokyo ins been reorganized as the
for It Thl
friend me wondertully. I
gild Indo-Japan association. Its object Is -- ---------- ----- ------- --- -------
----- ------ ---
ori the sand" that make my second ; with the firnt one I did
"footprint the aid of the
not take Favorite Prescription. The little one to encourage good relations" between

magic touch of Defoe's genius, has immortalized the lived.. time junt. about This two laid and 1 I.. she.*. plump we. .Ick and all Japan'anti India In the mutter of literature MISSING WORD CONTEST.

healthy *.any mother could wish" religion and t>u lnens. .tl\plln .
the name of a naked desert island
on a
savage .
Much Bottor Hoalth. tins the ambition to !become the center

and geologists tell us that the surface of the earth in marked with of a pan-Asiatic movement of progress PRIZES offered for
Mr* Annie Blacker 619 Catherine 'Street, 101
"footprints on the sands" that have lasted" for countless and yracuae. N. Y., and learning and has already gone far the
ages write i Your medicine ...a In that direction. Chinese and Indian correct solution. .

I are today as distinct and clear as when they were first implanted. wonder* have for me..done For ---_ '.".. students ure being attracted to her

year my health was universities and are warmly welcomed
WHAT BETTER !!FOOTPRINTS WHAT NOBLER MEMORIAL, CAN very poor; I had four Tropical manufacturers of the great health
miHhap. but ince and the establishment of clubs and
ANY MAN LEAVE BEHIND HIM THAN TO GIVE HIS NAME TO taking Dr. iHerce'a\ i 4 h -" associations will belp considerably toward Drink ETTO. will pay all prizes. The contest open to
Golileii Medical Discovery i All. It's free to You
SOME INSTITUTION OF LEARNING WHICH SHALL CARRY THE : and Favorite developing. ber Influence and

much health : FIRST PRIZE.
TIONSt and now 1 have. a .
fine. healthy baby f To the first. one sending In the correct answer we will give a beautiful life'
-. have recommended your: medicine to several" : size picture In gilt frame entitled "Puilty." "
of my friends and they have been benefited
by them." Makes Kidney end Bladder Right This picture la symbolical of Motto the great health drink
Dr. Pierce' Common Sense lfedical'Adviser which benettu all and contain no ilojie or harmful drugs

'A (CURE FOR THE TRUST EVIL In paper covers is eentyrfg on To the.. next' I 6, . . . . . .f 100 eas\!f\

receipt of 31 one-cent stamp to pay ex- ., ,44. 5.; . " .1 quart Metto eaeb
** *+* By Governor CUMMINS of IowalAIr petite! of mailing only. Address Dr. R. .. ,4 I20..1-1 pint Metto each' I
V. Werce. Buffalo. N. Y. 70, , , , .1 Werto Ticket each'.

is my firm belief that if all corporations are so organizedthat Dragging Pain$
------------ -- -
the aggregate value of their bo ml* and stocks is
i limited to the ACTUAL VALUE of contributed
tile capital 2825 Kwlev St., USERS OF..., .... IN... .... ,GOOD...... .SUMMER....... .
1 to the corporation the trust question will not long vex the Amnelnar Fmverm Mlatakea by British In Rxnitilnatlon Pnplla. CUICAOU ILL.J Oct., 2, 1902.I --- ,

suffered with falling and con Cut out Mil Coupon, Hit In the blank
of the United States.
people The following list of arcnalng mistakes -
made by Itrltlsh la gestion of the womb with revere paces, onowonlto each blank: space NAME................. ....... .......:..:......
schoolboys through the I suffered
Tho corporation or association that is i brought into existence: for pain* groins. the whole to make an appropriate sen
their examination papers Is compiled terribly at the! time of men .
tho express purpose of suppressing competition' bv the purchase or by the University Correspondent: struation. had blinding headache the tence advertising TROPICAL Metto MTQ.and CO.,mall to 1'.0.............. ........ ............... ......

Iron la grown tn large for and rushing of blood< to the brain. 14 WeitAdam
consolidation of independent" plants covering the whole field and quantities Street
J manufacturing purposes in S. France. What to try I knew not, for it Jacksonville ; Florida ()oI\aCy."..... .. .......Stale ............ ....
,that tho force seemed that I had tried all and
proposes to destroy! of potential competition by the The sun never sets on British possessions failed but I had never tried Wineof

.same method is a VICIOUS and UNLAWFUL combination, and because the sun seta In the west "lufiui. that blessed remedy for XV-Remember the first 101 correct answers received gets the prize*. Sent la
anti our colonies are In the north south sick women. I found it pleasantto your answers at once to tbe
all tho of should bo for its ANNI'IIILATION. :
powers government employed and east. take and soon knew that I had TROPICAL

The diminutive of man Is mankind. the right medicine. New blood MANUFACTURING CO..

Question: Dedne the first person. seemed to course through my reins 14 West Adams Street f JACKSONVILLE FLA.
and after using eleven bottle I
Answer: Adam. -- ----------- --..

i, I The "Get There" Tendency In PoliticsBy .crews. Blood-red consists corkscrews of two and sorts white of cork cork was,,a-AU well woman.3 c =: .4 _. S.. e: LCIA: dz 0 0 ,

screws.! 517. ale W. Bay. St.. JACKSONVILLE. .. FLAt
Dr. HENRY VAN OYKr. Author and Divine Asked to explain what a buttress Is

one boy replied. "A woman who makes 11.... Bush is now In perfect y

HE general tendency in politics; is to "GKT TIIERE" anyway butter." and another! "A female butcher. health because she took: Wine of

IT you can, and too often the end justifies the means. ." Cardui' for menstrual disorder, FULL

All know well]] Toucher's dictation; Ills choler rose bearing down paint xA blinding 11 t FULL
that success in this (fIeld of public affairs is to such a height that pllll"lonell nlgb
headaches when all other remedies
not possible to SCRUPULOOS men. In public life you must choked him. IMipll's'reproduction: DI.roll.r failed to bring her relief. Any
rose to such a height EXPRESS
that fashIon
bend your principles to conciliate tho bad people whose vote you well! nigh choked him." sufferer may secure health by taking PREPAID EJlDAE35

are needing. What real satisfaction i is there in a triumph achievedby A Job's comforter la a thing you sir Wine of Cardui in her home. PREPAJDal

babies to soothe them.A The first bottle convince the pa-

_ TREACHERY ?, skyscraper is an OYertrlmmed btt tient she is on the road to health. ?9I NI

NO WORLDLY success CAN TAKE THE PLACE:; OF THAT Politic economy is the science which For adrift (tn cases requiring

SWEET INWARD CONSCIOUSNESS OF HAVING KEPT ONE'S HEART teaches us to get the greatest benefit special directKm, .address giving i'
with the least possible" {f
PURE AND ONE'S RECORD CLEAN. \ amount of honest symptoms. 'The Ladies' AdvieorJ11Eop&rtm..nt. s Qty
The Chattanooga
-- An emolument la a soothing medi Medicine Co., Chattanooga Tenn I J Doz. it

Opaao "ThU U no time for fun and laughter, cine. J $
"TU the cold dawn of the morning irter." United States
cures a cold la 21 hours If you I have gray In tbe people are put WINEICARDIJIFOLEn a '
la grippe cold neuralgia or headache, a There will be no "mornlnir after" If to death by elocution. DflIVfRro FOR '

few Opaao Tablet] will cure you to stay carry a box of California Prune Gravity w discovered by Iiaak z 1 Qts

cured. MheY' are a great tonic, better Wafers, and take a few before going to Walton. It is chiefly noticeable In the $ 12 +? ,

than Quinine or Morphine, and do not bed. They will fir: you all right and autumn when the apples are falling
feet the heart. Price :23o: at Red Croat tone you up before breakfast 100 wafer from toe trees. ] ONEY: TAR

M Pharmacy 2Sc. Red Cross rbarmacy.s G..*. Cold., .revesta Peeass.ala Agents for the Pabst OMWlna "Co.n .







EAST tAlAST-, AD\O('ATH. MAY 20. IW04Prbfes 3

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n lsMnept" ) all that they unlit hnv*

"4ional Cards.GEO. THE MIKADO'S CONSORT otherrla* *$*"*>* In tills way' u to go to. -'. ........ n C.,1.1 OimHe' lu at lynwrs.r :

pi' ivld* comfort for the nii,"y. IIent.IJ.wty It's
hit Hi'hi' snit feel 1 level loli"
You ono; 01
M. ROBBINS I ; In In complete s.rnipathy with,
,twi (>|-iiao I'.liU-is, me iu. "I hli.. you
Personality of t Harou.Ko, the lur pvepli in the war mid. -UP would treed. I. .I ln\ .intii- ui i lie system Mini ilrlvt -
I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR t>' broken, iMWttod should tiny disaster'
si' fdveil-li t yiii|>ioiiii*. Ih'jn'rr> I..kt. !
I Empress of Japan, i I"'full, tb ,"
AT-LAW. I 111 'l''t. '; O| iuio Is a tonlix w liuhh doc*
'I on cues: 4 part of the" contention which l lln giMiil. .. '" ,i,

i|| Will practice In State and United States '' him arrayed Mr. 11111 cuagpli-u.msly up-) ,,"" Is a miml! chocolate c
I Court. PASSIONATELY FOND OF HER LAUD 01. cue Hid!* bind air llarrliiiitn.: with let, and) Is sold. nl &V> a box Itvd On os For '

I | 0 Office at Trnrsviu. FLA.
l ,
A That No Ones It be --- --
Remedy there Is fear that ui.iy' u year lx-
So' SHcrlHce She Would :\..t Malt Fee fore the conmittiuJailmi HO dt>I'Ol1Uy'' A Arrant .uxtrnlUn ilixrltr.v It, .":

\ ., D L. GAULDEN, Afraid To Take. I Her Subjectsnt SlrlklnsTlr De>.u.tlful. < --namely, peace In ull the railroad One of (I..' <,lest liintliiitlonH In )1111. "

Very Modern In Appearance. territory "" 'lIit of the Mississippi boivmv Ar:.. rnlla.: known a* t the> "SnVliMk !'I '

: x ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup but Thoronithlr Oriental-Adopted i -.will comet 1'111tl'llf Is that duringthe rusli., Is lu danger of osttno-: :< '

4, Will practice In all tbe Courts of tbv Nuts has been used in thousands of homes for ( Mom of lle>r nival and In Fitting summer and full whatever may l>
ot Florida, and the United States Courts.I fifty-two years with perfect'confidence Him to Beeoete'Icmperor< |I the decision Of the circuit court of !St. liilf: a renf-.r.v! ,a iihlliinthropicfnnt t"'bIU' ,. .. I You!,

.11 Box.2S.: TITU3TILLK. FLA. and the most remarkable results, I' I Paul friction will prevail and It there l provr'e'nr: : him given u frciat uMal .

The great success of this rcmedy\is due! A recent Issue of tbo London World be friction tbrtf of Itself must he. far 8' o'clock; : r\ery evening: to peVPtint ,I ,

J... 'J. WEBB, to the fact that its formula (which consists 'tontnlnn: an Interesting sketch of Hn< more demoralizing to business than tl'lulll'l'I'II."tlolWI1! on Ihelr luck." 'l.\o:;

of Buchu, Hydrangea, :Mandrake 1 rou.1\:o. puipresa of J 'pnn. The writer the excitement of a preeidential'can- !rot.ttlnlllli!; ) Inll rl'rR or chronically imQinployiil -

ATTORNEY after vass can be. <\i, >n> encouraged. Tl e- "'t!I.
-AT-LAW fellow Dandelion remarking thnt In "('ry far back
Dock Sarsaparilla, And It Is also the impression In tend.'im-e averaginl about a humlfi!
i' Will practice In the Courts of the 7th Centian, Senna and'Iodide of Potasaium) days thereviis an empress" of Jnpaij The proprietor of tbe restaurant Is now
New there
that l
York ultimately/ can >e
( 'Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents has been will was held In special: love and rove, .
freely published. j retiring from business.
land rents and accounts collected. nn,1 but one determination: of this Important DRINK
srence by her that tlierre ,
,-' Doctors and\ Druggists everywhere do peopje question. Thnt Is a determination

,.:TITUSVILLE VLORIDA. not hesitate to recommend a preparationwhich latter tiny Japs who maintain tun| which might easily III? Immediately There U more catarrh In this section

\ they know contains the best- till emproHs! is now living' their rout-lux! were It not tor tho Impression of the country than all oilier diseases put

A D. PENNEY, known remedies for correcting all Irregularities millet and linn assumed the form tfi that Mr. 11111 Is disposed to be Imperious together and uritll the lost few years

.) ,. of the Liver Kidneys or Blood, i Uarou-Ko, their mlkndo'a consort dominating1 bound to have his. was supposed to be Incurable. For s

:' .. ATTORNEY. -AT-LAW, and the diseases caused by the failure of says: '' own way, whereas Mr. Ilnrrlmnn and great/ many yeses doctors. pronounced It .

;' I '.TITUSVILLK: FLORIDA. "For a lady who lived no many (( those who are with him are of almost a local dlneiiHe, "OIII prescribed "'CI.II''lIIe.
., these functions to perform their proper determination. dies and) by constantly fivlllnt tit anr" -
The :;
Northern Securities
"WUl pracAoe! In all the courts of the 7th work. I turtes ago Ilarou-Ko: Is In nppeiiranc with local treatment, pronounced It In.

; Judicial Circuit. Thousands of sick ones to whom life quite startlingly modern. for her drctWea corporation wits perfected In. curable Science\ has pioveu, ctairh lube
l to ltmlnnte the
part ostensibly personal consul,utlunai. dl..llltll and there
tliey are made In Put-la or Londot a ,
M has been a burden have written grateful i
f., "'1"11: t 1011. lint with the dissolution fore requires const' Imtlonal liHiilmrnf,
A. FROST letter) that others might profit by their -are always 1 I... dernier crt and all* of tho i
C that corporation personal equation Hall's Catarih Cum, miiniir.ictniml. by 11'.
experience. ? wenrs them nil one born In the Rue tit Is again discovered. The ultimate J. Clieuey A: Co., 'IVIvilo, O. Is the* only i

i ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, Grt'ot'lle.Itbuuob not striking! determination of tills railway situation constitutional cure on the null keL U It

t Will practice In all the Courts of the,7th Twee' BLOOMING suffering terribly Gaove with Tex.iDdllrellllon Nov IS 19OX end beautiful at least according to westi( of the far west us Is believed In New taken Internally ln loHus fioni! 10 dropsto THE GREAT

Judicial Circuit. kidney trouble and sent to my druggist fur ern tnjte her majesty has a glnjjulnrl.tfascinating York Inevltnlily will be. the establishment a tP |>ionful. It acts. illirctlv on the
something to relieve me. blood and mucous surfaces of the "SII. HEALTH DRINK.
TITUS vi LLK, FLORID A. he cent me a package of Dr. Thacher's /: face It U so kindly In! of the. community of Interest forlu tetn. They otTur, one liuiulred dollars for .
Liver and Blood I concluded
Syrup to try It. I
and now I am deeply grateful to my druggistas telllgent-! aDexprt'lIslve.. It Is i\\ 110 other \VII) that any one now can any ease ll falls to oars Send for olrctilara .
welt as to you. discern Is It possible to secure that and testimonials. Address. ,
O. A. FROST. WADE: U. JONES. I hud been s sufferer from these thlnga and strange face too one full of unbtl\
freedom. from lawful competition, Unit F. J. CIIK.NKY: CO. Toledu\ 0jp"Snld
a general run*dowu condition for ten vests, contradictions and with lines thnt trill
F O$T A JONES, and had only received temporary relief from I ., I fair shore of business which each .y.... : by druggists, 7.1o.: ,
other medicines.. But after using not quite two'pa".lI'e. diverse tales. In spite\ of berg( tern hits a right to expect! without violation Hall's Family IMIls are the best.FLORIDA'S "
of your Liver and Blood Syrup I feel : OLD SUMMER TIME
toilets and of her RnllHhunnnprs :
REAL, ESTATE AND INSURANCE a. Stout and hearty. I ever did In my life andI ParUtun I of tee federal utittntcs. ,
am satisfied that I am entirely cu red. I feel the empress III u thorough In Uencnil Tracy's opinion) the rent
Loans and no symptoms whatever of and FAMOUS TRAINS
Collections. my digestion Is ss good as any living man's. oriental. with all the oriental's revvr- peace which must prevail It the mar ,

TITUSVILI.E FLORIDA. I can now had e.t whatever I choose.I such euce for tradition and hatred of veloim advances that life possible for I IM
never sny remedy give me quick
and permanent relief and I can not put a cornet change. Rut she Is passionately) devoted the flitted. States\ im to. ho made with.
eiitlrnste on the value your medicine has in the next four live will & Florida Llmltod"
E. FOSTER? been to me. would not take any amount of to Japan. There Is no sncrlUrn or )rnt5 come "Chicago
j S"F.rn money for it. Very grstelully yours she would not make for her own peo !I, It tine great( 'iiiltnllsti| eontrollltiK Vlint.

ATTOHNET-AT-LAW! J. C. BROWN.If ; pie. Her Brent desire In life. Indeed railway gystetnsernsr thrlr contentions ST. AUOtMTI.NK, J.\t KSIINVII.LE: < .
W... w.ed a -rW aa artfs hI-""" '0,.fa and If tit ht'jor :
with th ": fully
la be at Ordutzutloud:
to completely one
Dyal-Upchuich Building, Jax free tampl. ....",. and "Dr. Xftarttfr'tHmHH flu to C111CAUO anti bT LOUIS.
Honk." In their hoped, feiirs and aspirations. rccDKiiIxe: what the law permits and U n delicious, r.fre.hIDI
JACKHOXVII.LR. FLA. Olft vmn toms for."",_. I "Hnroii-Ko was born In IS iO.I She what I the law forbL'.s. Thin train ,Is "I'| e .sterl' over 1 the. shortest' linelietwpun ETTO
)1'. litftfla ..." yew to .' <""" ."- HI, Au| u.ta.e tl.! Imiro lii' made from
p....". W. know
N 'S UlTltVIIAM. M. D. s.nls Far aad Mle by f.OO.nil 1'1111'-0 fifOO member of one of the great noble! families that Is In Ihe labor world. and the, turmoil ....arl) two hours. Maw )'almetlo 'I"rlll': *. Absolutely free

.I from which the mlkados are expected I that Is caused by the struggles of' This tro'n'. I 1M Iha Standard i
.' TNd0H6a MEDIOINB CO., to choose their consorts and she the (treat capitalists are rnHtlnjr us 1 la ,nervlm,comilHtluicof... I'lilliiian Vestiliulwl' from pernicious, harmful drugs. Motto
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, ('11I..""_"'". 2'..._ Hrawlnir r.uu'. Ml iuiitf| lompartiiiuut, 1 lining
was educated with a tipeclal view to furnished by the report) fromVashlntr- _....iliiii. Cars.
Ear Nose and Throat. allmuliitt'S the Liver, flushes the Kidnejs -
the possibility of her becoming. empress I ton which ciiuseil no little iintlpt.v In i.esv, ? rat "uKII..lnll f.ik) a. m'l .1""kMU"'U...

.f WEST' PALM BKAOR FLOHInA.n utlct'. ; Her early days were spent at tills city Uvery: one famlllnr with the I tin, |I'. HI. Arrlvut'hiuege, acts directly on the bladder.

n Kioto the seat of the old Japanesecourt ((>III''I' 'ot coinmerctf and almost every -n.-
Makes t these their (
organs perform u notions
: r 1I0UGElTO"li'Sh.OATCIi'G TlIK CI'MTIT' rniTRT IV AND I FOR where she lived us completely Ohio In the world of flnnnce hero ex-

DR IN llravanl Coiniij, florlilu. cut off from the world as If she had pcctisl In midwinter to, !b" able to rend "The Dixie Flyer" In K natural way', thereby keeping

John R walker .Inim R :Mint .lolm I Jones.It been In a convent. There she stayed Soul time In April thnt tho record of '
DENTAL APARTMENTSon "I : ., : : :,.r\. : JACKSONVILLE to CIUOAdO nndST. the In ,and healthy
A. Conk InitaiKi. J. V, Hull( as tt.nlr until she was nearly nineteen when our tort.ljrel commerce for. the spring system lel'I" con
nupaeityusI'uulily| t0111IIIt.ln.e'Sof lirnvanlCiiuiicy
I the "Deutos," ; Florida.To she was brought forth arid married to would, mulch. that of lilt)' precedlnut( LOUIS. dition.1 I

Now DAYTOST V46largarut .0.018. the mikado who .wits some two years year. nut Instead of that our exportsfor I'lillnmn Vestllniled. Drawinir-rooiu, Hlevnlnt
younger' than she was. Youthful nnllInexl'erlel1l.t. the! month of :March show tile <(< am. foci. Jacksonville" Ui C'lilvsKO and Ht LouUvia.
," :Mtr flit .tie and to all |i"ri.nn. totems Tllton, Msnon, Atiaotal'hattan''I1'Lc.k. "
8.110. tier .. .... us they were the Imperial smallest ext-i-ss over the Imports) that .
f"F E.Stockton. BUCK >r ( (t ll n iium| ih 1"1111"1,18" out Mountain)snil Nmhvllle. .
embed l ;:: |property tf wit, that tnut of bond Ivlng couple seem to have demeaned has been r..ul'tl..1 for any ono month
i In Hrevaril nnuntv Florl lu to wits Ciiiiminn.Inn r..ev.laekmnv/IISSBIap.m.'. / Arrive Chicago
Budd MalnvSt. the north line of the north'i. .r.qimrior IheuiMclves with great dignity/ and In Hit last seven years There Is reaSon II:I IAa ill.I| 84 Louis. t a. in. the second morning.
& Building, of the northwestquarrerof I Huotlnn tlTi>wuHhlp they noon became exceedingly: popular."It (to fear, too tint u lIke record is i. Porfllneplng' ear reservations. for either. the -Sold by-'
J.wklloo U1e. 'Rooms 13: 11! 17. 2118.'lIaol7 b!, uunr0mls tha witter of Indian i
\ being made In thin month of April. In' alMive trains, or soy other Information, write or
was a time of great {political excitement )
Itlvor run thnmte wont along north line of i-nlil : oall
DENTIST. m..ntl..oe.| ....
J. W r.KICIVia. T Agent ,
line of sttlil (|1'ur'I'rl' ; these run south alon r the I
Crown and Badge Work, iihilirlxtoi line 40 ohatn to the miuthwent c..r- revolution; the' old state of things", had not be maintained month after, month Nunhvllle Chattanooga! _t. IxiuU It,. Tltusvllle Fla.
nor of the soutlmaot of. without seriously complicating our In.
,\ quarter the nortuwmtqutrierof just been swept! aside completely. and .
Porcelain I1J: Want hey Ht Junkonvllls, "Kin
Inlays .
nulil Hentloii II, thence run Dust ontlinsiihillvlKlon
line Hi chains. henna run ninth considerable' doubt prevailed/ HS to whut ternntlonn! tlnunco and compelling the .-. .. .- ... ...---.
IIlK'-cla plate work I2'/I chHlns, thmien eunt. II uh Ins ,n om or I.l."- intliu the result would be, especially with BO I'nltiMl' States'! to become n heavy borrower -=" _

I TRUSTWORTHY OENTLK- the wtteredg waters of ImlUn n..rth..t..rlv Ulrrr.. thunca to the ineanikrlnir Point| of young a sovereign at the head of af In this money markets of the old Lee &

WANTED.lady In each county to manatee beginnoigexcepttugabout. two' ao'"s lielonirlnir : fairs. It was a piece of supreme good, world Bryant
business. for an old estahllxhed house of ro It W. (1.1... Tim reason for this off of ,
falling exports
fortune tor Japan therefore, that her
solid flnaniial standing. A straight boua nile .
You are lioraliy noMHuil t< be 'and sppeur, In I
err of ats 0(1( paid by oh.*uk sect. Mon.drwith the circuit Court In and for Hrevanl. .. mikado had not only able ministers. toht'lp la well understood Our prlcni AMHKVILLU N. C.
..I expenses: direct from headquarters.. llorl I lAiaB the 1'lerk'somde upon I"I< ..lntl' him to rule !but a wise and pru- are so high that the well known ruleof ,
Money advanced for expenses." Knolosedr ad- ;
being tiiaAtb day June U lw4.
ot 4. tn
..snad envelope. Manager SIM Caxton Jildg.. show wha lnt"re.t.vou have In the slave II"| '.. dent wife to share his burdens with : the political economists. Is perfectly Ci..onornl': OC>>:JX1IXLI.asl.c: : : :: :: >>:D. 1'\'forohnD.'t' : :
Chicao-o "tlll..llanil.. and to "how 0..11... why :41 feet, right him exemplified. Imports nro Increasing because -
of wa/ for, a ptilHlo mad sliouhl, not IM taHnn
over siilil land "ns prayed In the Plnlntltrvs. pet.l-( "In spite of the mikado's devotion to prices are high here nnd export WK SOLICIT 8IMPMENTH OF-

FOLEYSnONEYANDTAR tlnn tiled In thu cnnxe In tie Clerk's olllce for her Harou-Ko bus always been la a are ilocrenslng. I'rlces are high for various
the uitonf, iha l'Ulntinii ... fur xT'RTJITS: cto "VEG-JDT: : y% :r-ES.
a rlprhtof w.) a ..
stops tfee cotatf and ands public road I or visa uu forever barred., ., difficult position. for, although she la reasons. The agitations In the

Ordered at the Clerk's nftloe at Tltusvllle I, his chief wife! and therefore empress !labor world In part explain them. They -WE MAKE PROMPT. RETURNS.

Florida, this thu lath day. of April A. V. l'lIJ4.' she Is not his only wife and what.Is almoNt wholly explain the Increase of
Seal Ct Ct. RicriciiKircKSt: : flattery Park !Hank, Ailievllle, N 0., Dank of Hendersonvllle. Ilertlersonvllle
( ) A. PTewA: itT, still she Is not the mother rents In New York city. The great ad-
worse perhaps/
D L. OiiiLOE': Clerk Circuit Court. IImellll l Commercial .
N, C. ; Dunn and lreet Agencies.
Att'y for Complainant. etuue-Ht of his. heir. She has\ no children and \nn'i's In'n r" made ln.t year and
this In Itself has always been a source the ycnr lieforo hire also DtRII.1 -

}lot let) of First Meeting of of grief to her. Luckily both for her higher prices. MASON M. CLARE
self and. her, husband however she Is
Creditors. I OIlHATf.V AI.AICMICI: ) ,
1 no Sarah and ns soon us she realized

SEEDS MA T that tliere was no chance of her' bearing My s ......I..t. E'w...I., but ft riimncntljrfir 110 Murray Shoot and KID West (Street, NEW YOHK.

NEEDSEaperlenre IHHTRlCTt'orRTOPTIIK!: : !: tTMTKDHtnbs him u MOil she adopted as her own the t"l by f Ii>.iiib4.rlitlii'. Coug-h H.m.i.

\ has e"t"hllllh..d. 1& a. I fur the Southern district of Plorl .. son of one of her rivals and devoted I "r.l1. 1* Kuibtgo: siuclnnt", } ar law.

i. a loci ,old by nil dea ler.... You In liankruptov. herself heart and soul It. fitting him In Ureenvlljp, M. 17.: lied! been troublml Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.HPKCIALTIRM
sow, -they grow 1304 Seed In the mutter of C O. M t.t, Kankrupt. for four or live years with a continuous .
for the future kindness
tree all station lavishing/:
Annual..postpaid to ap To the Creditors of n. I!, Mnnt of Eden, In the cough whloli hll says, grestly alarmed
plicants.FOLEYSHONEPHCAS (ounty of Hraaril and HtAte' of rioilda. In sold 011 bill mother the while. ,
inf. canning ni" to fear I was In /lh., lust
D. M. FERRY tit CO.
DUtrlvt bankrupt:
"The empress! Is a charming hostess "
of !!
stage/ consumption. Mr. Iluibng : J
D.TROIT, MICH. Not ne Is ""'''''yl/i".n that on the. Snd dsv of
Mav. A. D. l!>-4 the >aM C. n. Mast was ilulvailluill and one of the entertainments she I liM,log Nnitn ih; nit> !rlala'it Cough l<0mily .,.
al.*.l h."kr"I't.'It..tth.. fleet m-etliirf gives every Yl'ur-the cherry \blossom I advertised concluded! to try It. Now :Florida] Grapefruit
of hl. rr..'litors will be held at the ftloe. of the. garden lurt-I" surely ono of the most read what he says of If t "I 1 soon Iris a Pineapples, Oranges, ,
('le.! k of sa il Court in the ("I".f J..k..nylll. ,
:: I>uval County fiorl'la, In Sod Dlntrlct on the. charming of entertainments. As soon Irnuarksblechangeand after using two
!2lst. 'lay of Mny. A. !>., Iim4'. at throe o'rlock In aa thin cherry trees are In blossom Invitations b >ltle. of the twenty-lira clint sums\ was Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
far chUdreey eae, lie M1.4 the alMruoon at which thus the sad oreillt r< permanently cured." Hold all drugand '
may attend prove. their olaims, apikilnt a trustee are Issued for a court gu'rden by -..... ... .- -- .. .- '-'.- --. --
.oxaminathe bunk apt and trnstrt soon land on the appointed day all the glens medicine dealers
The .. party
Largest and Most Com
other biMlnms as may props. rly come bef e"1"
Mays, IUU4, great personages/ of Tokyo statesmenand Japan's olete Establishment South. I r.y.OIUn Keferee: M. mwtxL ltnnkniptcy.Master's diplomatists with their wives and <'. a land In the eat so the song P. RvLlilmaxi <& Co.:

GEO S. HACKER & SON I II daughters, assemble and !every In one one else of the of distinction Imperial I Where ftntt&rm pier thy mnrh wiy make all their houses of pn Ml Washington Ht. ) NEW VOICK.IK ) .

Sale. parks near the entrance, where There the girls entertain you crocs !t".lIed Murray\ !Street.! J N. Y.Oranges .

they await the arrival of the emperor on mats .
And the men wear grass breeches and
AND BY VIRTUB'tlKCRKK' I tf and empress. At the approach of the chopping bowl hats.
..,' wureandasleentered. In the circuit imperial carriage they range themselves There the maids IIr. all comely, sweet Pineapplesand
"Olln f- r the Heventh Circuit nf
.. F'orhU! for U'e."I'onnty. In a pending/ wherein John II, Huir>n,Is complainant Hee: then they fall Into rank behind Yet they ju.r.l* with chopsticks whenever
and William It. Mplers. I Is. defendant.. I will sell at thcy'eut.
p iblle aurtlon at the front door of the CourtHouse their majesties and walk In procession There they always receive' you In butterfly Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
t at TltusvllleInrl.m' .on the sistn day of around. the park to admire the trees. riot h...
June 1_. between the hours of II a. m. and V
o'clock p. ....,tt>the. highest. and beet I btililer. for When they; arrive at the tents where With cheeks their hair like like the yours: haystacks and represent several of the largest shippers ID your State, aDd wish to represent
cash, the land ".,. .110.01 tInw,or..IIIDeb thereof refreshments are served the emperorand roeo. '
And that Is land where chrysanthemums "
,... as. may be> necessary to satlufy the deorM in the ''
-- said cause. amounting to 12'M.09 and Interest at empress hold a sort of Informal STOW you ,also. Give 1111 a trial sblpmeut. EalablUlied 30 yearsiKHTADLIBFIICD '

I/' .. ,,.L.t. S |1w?cent from Msy. a, lu'4. anA the coata nl court. They bid their guests welcomeand An4 that Is the land where the soft breeses ,. .
said cause to he uxed by the clerk of the"onurt blow -
v -' .A ,JytmlM. iffffk+iileur: +yt towltthefollnwln.. tracts of land situated In converse with those among them And that fs l the. land where each almond ,
Hrevartl County, Florida via: 1Jtt& one (I)I. to whom they wish to show special eyed mlas 1510. .
} M\NUKACTUREKS two(Ci: .four((410 and live((6, of _Ion thirty-five/
j OF ((361 soil lut.l (A)of section thirty sis (:Mali Intownnhlp honor. Can make "oo.oo eyes, yet don't know .
thirty four(Misouth ran gs forty (toast > "The empress Is always etqalsltely how to kiss,
Doors, Sash, Blinds. ,and containing 1.Y1.97.ores. And that Is the land where they need
and" Lane &
p.u. WALTOT, dressed" on these occasions plays Yankee boys M. Son

& MaterialOffice OKO. M. RtIB.'!'" Special' Master. her part as hostess with Infinite kindliness To lesrh the fair natives the greatest of ,
Moulding Building
Solicitor fur Complainant and tact At the present time Joys.
B II. Colhr In rnlcaa-a Rsord-)lersld.
A: Warerooms, King opposite there are neither garden parties norany 230 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YOUK.

Cannon Street.Charleston Notice. other entertainments In Tokyo for *
Irving llucliu Waferscure
IIarou-Ko's whole time Is devoted to
S. C. trying to relieve the sufferings of IK* all kldaey tronbles, stop pain In the Southern Fruit and Produce
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVJ.of:: ""THAT I IX-: She la the back, make loss of albumen In the urine
wounded soldiers. president
| to applr(' to tb.Jnrfn of the rin-ult Impossible, aDd rebuild) the
Sash Weights Cord an. Court In and for Hrerard County rv>rl la, of the Red Cross society which she bruokeo actually
walls of the kldne .. They
on the 3Otb day of May. -. or ae soon tberv ,
after* praetMable.: for a license to "_"< helped to organize. Immediately before ,contain just what I Is wanted to remove OOc:1.c:1.1ss1.oc.: :: : :: : .1strcaca:: : : : .ts.
Hardware. take cbara.of and control all my property and the war with ChIna. and she works for the disease beat the tpot and

to 10-6 become a dealer I In every ALDKRMAIT.respectUTWVt It indefatigably the whole day long. strengthen tk.wbolemgan. They never FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

Window and Fancy Cia! 80 long aa the war lasts neither she fall to brlrft relief within a few hours

nor any member of her court will sod core to stay cored. Sold at We a
A SPECIALTY. Do you subscribe for the ADTOCATK: 7 sp nd any money at all on 'luxuries or box by Bed Crow Pharmacy. Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.e .

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N KA.-r f'OAI'tT IH"U'j\'J MAY 20. l.04.
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) I "....IIES. PUTCHABD, president; WM. M. BROWN, Vlce-FrealdenU


I II I While every merchant' Is primarily -, INDIAN I RIVER STATE BANK
1 interested in making his own ..
..WBBKLT"ooall. L D.VOT' *D TO TB Dlri4OPYUrr ,
'L O. TUB Paean BITBB, tAMBWOBTH business a success, be should not
,V AID BI.OAT!B BATIBOTIOV. lose| night of the fact that anything HELD TUESDAY. MAY 1O COUNTY PEPOS1TORY.

which benefits the community benefits Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
PUBLISHED: BURT FRIDAT. him. If a merchant's association Paid up capital $40,000

I' succeeds!! in attracting more Where there was no competition fpr county offices-such as Count y Average deposits, $16OOOO

7 O4AB1.B H. WALTOB. Editor A Publisher. trade to the town it is so much I Judge, Treasurer, Tax ColIl'Jctor.nd SherilF, also Circuit Judge-th e

Dlioontlnuanoa of advts. mutt be made pr- gained for all of the merchants table. We have merely printe
i names are left out of the following Transacts a General Banking
!ally at this. offloe or by writing. there. Kach store stands bene
i Merchants should the names of candidates where most nterest Is centered.
fit. co-operate
Obeok,etc.,may be made payable. to CBABLMWALTOH Business.
with tbe local to attract

i s ,publlslinr.In more business newspaper to the town, for anewspaper \' b II< infornatloa 0 I
Ir: writing to the ADVOGATB frr proprietor cannot be expected ,;: = Q 0 I. ::I III'! ::I! ill .:!! .. ti CI.1 "
ov tny kind the writer will oblige: by enoloae' CANDU>A'I'E8. f N t" m .8 a 2 A ja' = a : : 1- bought and aid on all)) Foreign
all his few .. .. I ...
lags stwnpd.wldreeaed. envelope. : to spend ,:, :::0 t ... ::I 0; .i5 .. :::0 ,: : ; j ,.I.: r t
.= Q .. .. 1j III 141 .! : I.. Q Countries*
: 0 ;
laboriously :-.
earned dollars in working f\I\ ; .. .I ,., ... II i-t
.... h to) alwU I"" "'I '12 I'" '!i 10 : <."'" f'4 ,
BO8TON OFFICE-Tim !C"II'T ('0"1' Anvo. to bring new" settlers to a I I l*.troni.pfe appreciated. Prompt rvlce, polite)
1 ban ripened' an ofllf>eat4()4 Atlnntloavunue, 3, ,amt favor coimlMent with rob-'
OATH S. Senator t treatment every
O.on Walton.ton, wblub will bo In charge of Mr. Claude town, where the merchants do not. Wilkinson Call.t ..I. ...3 I 1 1. I 2 8.I 110 j 1" 1. .''I ll. 20 I ervative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
assist his paper. WS.Jennings. 1. 'I' 21" 0 I 246 t 715 .3. 8 I : Ln' {
Properly supported the editor J.N.O.8tof'kton.31 63l6228 120 8 87 a 3 1 nl3 IJO9: 3104\6\ r Phoenix National hank N. Y.. Empire State
all conmonleatloni to
Address ,N.Yr National Bank of Jack
EAST: COAST ADVOCATE, and his paper can assist greatly in J. I' Taliaferro 0(I (H 31628 0' 2 1 4 24 22 :l 12111( 6 b 8 11 :270! J onvlllo.TiimtCompany Jacksonville, Via.MeMurray .

_. TlTDIVILtB.. TlOBIDA.. ... attracting trade. The editor should J. E.Congress Alexander.: 7 38 I :112 6. 1 2 4 2 2. 2 I 1 1 8t"Fi 2:2: 1 137: rr1TIJ VILT.mT I'I t
--- -- -- --- push I the circulation of his paper 63M 3 4 ::117
J. M. Barra.. 211 61. 1019. 11 31 6C :JJ: 210 1114. 61:1': _
Into tbe districts for the trade of Frank Clark 4 61912: II 7 4 6\ 4' 25 :1I: U (6 I. 3 1 8 :8 1.1 /5 2:1)C. : -A -
0. S. Department of Agriculture which his town Is competing with DoulCherty 130 I 31J U. ', 8:I Ii 3. 2 1211 2. 1. . 03v.
tYetttber lliircuu-Jupiter, Fin. others. Every town in some quarter \ P. on..J 4 1 31. : 1' 1 20 & Baker

1'betollowingtaa-comparative statement comes in competition with other N. (n.lovernor Broward: ,26 34 4111} III ,11 4 11' 3..1. \ ASS 3 :01 215 ,

of temperature and rainfall for tbe towns for a certain amount of very C..1\[' Brown 1 18 410 8 3 123 !- 71411 7 271R
P week ending/ Tuesday. May 17, Ital.1904 desirable trade. The town which W. 1)avi4 . 1\\ 5511 17 no 8 112 21.': 2. 1J: I 24-1 401-414 East Bay Street, .Jacksonvllle, Florida.
-1903- has the newspaper with the widest D. n. ;Mays. . 1 )0 315 2 1. 1 IJ . '. 1 81
DIN.' Makers and Jobbers of-
DAT MAX. MIN. MAX. Ht'c't'y or state I .
11 83 70 81 00(l circulation in that district is the J. E. Broome. a 82 83821 2 2 5 5213 310. 9 I 7 6 I 0) 4 440 3 3 282
12: 81 II 79 71 best armed for that contest. A H. 0 Crawtord 20 0012 lu 18 6\ 9 l2'7 21 ,17; 261 T A II 4 7 1I 2 0 2 21) 2 831=
13 81 71 HO 71 merchant who liberally patronizeshis B. .'. Kirk. . 1 4. 2! 3. 3 6 : 1 4. . :4.. 36Att'y Vehicles Harness> Carriage and Wagon Material
14 83 74 81 (SO local not only benefitshimself General : 11.1 ,
I ]5 80 70 84 US paper, W. I1. Ellis . 10 42 5:1: 0 I 4 1113 IS 24 : 12 7 412 47 26 2 380A.
10 88 70 7D\ M but helps to build. up his t.0-Abram8.tI:!() 6t116.1130 6 '43:! is: 33 6 4 611 410 b a 8111 3 8 ::138 Saddlery, Rubber Tires. ,
17 70 70 81. (W town. State Supt. of
"otal rainfall for the week: 0.00. Pub Instruetlon.1v sll\(1 First-Class Repairing and Painting. Etc. Etc.

Depa ture from normal rainfall for the M. If.ollowlly:17: 60 \ ) 4 618 5! 29 :.25. 7 714 II 813 4113623 0) 412iv. ........... .... .
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week: minus 02P Inches. Departure PRESIDENTIAL DOUBTS. N. $heat.. HI 4014,789 tJ 6O! :Y ,;27'! 512 .12 :2! 5 3 4 & 71 ---
Ir.rn normal rainfall since January 1, AdJ't Generals I I I I,
ml on* 2.6Inche"\ J. C. n. Foster 13.: :30122925 '7 610 a 26 12 2 4 12 1 8 6 8 '780, g 9 JO:1: : TUB SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
HAL. P. HABDIN Observer.MB Democrats can afford to look with Allen 'rhomall. U 41'j' 81& 4 1 43 a 10 1613 .711)) 0 1 2 111119 2 :211State'oAttorney .

.- .- dispassionate eye on the situationin ) : .
the republican party, but as oh C.O.Butt. . 17. 4 5. 1 7 :01 4..2, 1 II. M Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
F. M. HUDSON "got there" by servers of political events they m"ybe J.O Jones .31102215-4011' :! 1138 0 41 Ja: la 7.2.! l212 12 '711' J4 331O 676 ,
a good. majority. Good luck\ to him. State l'It'natur: I I I
pardoned If they manifest somc\ 1'" M[, 11udaon. H 411t1-ii: 411. 40 II 7(1( 610 6; I 5 2 618 41140 6 4 517M 'Ie .
interest in the peculiarities it pre M. :1811I(1:: ( 1:1: '7.1 tJ 1.+ 16 8 8. 2 3 a 2M :4: ::2 :.11:110 8. 3: I 126 6 :.184 Vitrified and Sidewalk'Brick..n
LIT us have no more mud sling- sents. The republican press is The Legislature: I Paving
in Clalld Olinetead 0 831Jy53: I 7 020 0 48111 I () 2 l r. 2 718 G 1140 7 8 4n3
Inv and let and harmony practically unanimous assertingthat
peace J. 1\1. O..bRn .Ii': tll :3 C 4 2 411i ::2 817 12 4 n 8 7. I :2 2 27 1 21U Officer foot ot IJogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262,
Mr. Itoosevelt will be nonai 1 '
prevail. _____ ______ Pros .Ht'1 : I.
-- --- nated by their party for president G. A. Fro..t. . 20 56 1l'l7'3: ':! II''' 4 23 1 :;021 6 411 4 6'1 '7 ;3 :243j, 2 33; J. K. MUNNERLYN Genera] Manager.
"What will John Stockton do without opposition. And yet there M. Gnldssnith' '211 67 ulm'J.J: 41 II 151 20' 914 I 418 8 617 1 8 1\1 II 9 4:14:

now ?" Is what voters are asking Is dli-eernable In the very iterationof Clt'rk Circuit Ct. I I. I I I
A. A. Stewart 21J 71)173151 II 25 3316: 4 730: II 812 I b10J4) II 0{ 463 The Olilent Eitablishetl Grain and Seed House In tbe 8tat4J.
each other. this assertion the germ of a B.n.wll..on..1I1I: b 2U I1 q H ]! 2:. a 2 8 4 II 41127 ., :325/

.. .. doubt lest at the eleventh hour the Tax Aswasoriv. I. II rYAmA .. .
TUB defeated- candidates hopes of the present. chance occupant \ A.. 'arm'r. 3 831= 2 2' ::1 6 ; :2023: 4 .I.I 1. ::2. I 5) 27 7 2N( 'VV"c:1.
nerd I' A. 1IIc1\llllan. :1: )0 1105710 :512 5) r2 :3 I 0 1:1., : 8 2 4 6 I8:! 1 I 2.12: : ._. Sours: t 0 o.
{ not worry, for they have plenty of of the White House be suddenly J. F..Mltchell. 11 Mlu..a, :01 II) iJ 6 IIJe 2 8111 9 1 ...... ...2f1:
company. clashed to the ground and W. n. Sanders :23!:J 61) 0 71.$ 2 IIi 2 1211'! II i ,11 :2 7I 1 2162201
"- '--- -- another than be bo chosen to head County Supt. of I. SEEDS,
sJENNINGS their ticket. Mr. Roosevelt him. Pub. Inatructiun.J. .
will not even be in the self 'confidence in his E. I''ultz. . 5 23 32041 5 I 611 11160 ::1H.i 442 71b 1 g3U 0 213 1 Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
second primary, and he is wonder. professes J. U. Walker .3i: 0719"2014': 7 52. 3..2 4U' tI .. 211U 0. 7 07 14 !400 ,
ing why It Is so.CANDIDATES nomination aa strong as that announced Co. Surveyor I ( I I 331., I 41 >?ON)L InI.Ml"'... 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
by any of his adherents, J. O. Fries . 29 81110... ill) {I 1021 (68) 6210(\ I 5 1'7 7 431$ '1. 414
--- -- but even as he utters his professions J. I.8waln, . 8.2l1 21028:! 3 U811 1 :2 6 2 81 1 7 82'710300 Agts. for

should bury the of assurance his words awakean Co. Commls'r: 41' 311.I I System

hatchet, whether elected or defeat. echo of Insistent doubt and uncertainly O. let 1L District Nauman: :..11)16) 0'1121' : a, :215!' 8 ,1411 8 2 1 8 421 224)41V :
ed. Let by-gons be bygones.MR. I lie looks ahead and B. Walker, 12 0.I aa2:! 01010 442014 9 612 1 71:! 7 S4010 '1383 r313'f

.-- .-.-- everywhere sees a clear, smiling 2nd na.trlct: I 81.:1\1
J. It. Riot 27 7220482:1: : :!:' 51136 5236: 2816 730111313 7 1 : \) 8 539
low down the Seed
M. S. SAMS took his defeat sky, but on horizon( 3rd Dlltrtct 8115 I 53915 I I Potatoes.
that needs watch .
there Is cloud
like a man, and just smiles over it. a R. A. Conkling 10 ) :! 5840 7117 611. 6 8 427
Let every other candidate do like ing. John Houston. ItJ 52): ) 1h1147 :8 I. 26 113 8:24: a.. 11) 11 6 I. 3: 8 818 1 294! .
wise. J.4th O. Jones District, .t. 2110218 :w 3313: : 8.1: :> 51103516 7271111' 6 4 Ii 36 '714So" SPAULDING'S ROSE, No.4. $3.25 Bbl. .
RED CROSS SOCIETY. J.H.Wnn..1'7 : ,,''1U2'7 1 4. 1 41'7 :.IIQ4 13 '73th. BLISS TRIUMPH. $3.00"
ALL HAIL to the successful can- District: 1I014U. I IJ. l HEBRON. $2.75"I I
didates. Nothing succeeds like The American Red Cross SocietyIs Jo'. 'Bell. . ..20:! lJ' '' 61233 0866 II) Ib 6 44512 8 540Mein. I Garden and Field Seeds.

success. Congratulations to the rent in twain. ,Definite chargesof School Bd !
1st District : I L. OaMI Et.C: >:N". Sood.Sn:1.8.z1: : ,
winners. mismanagement have been filed A.J.Cartt'r. .34 18 36 :21 41J32-15: 520121112 .5104122: 503
'Ia1 against Clara Barton and her coterie 2nd District: 1 I I I 1 U1 114 East Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
FOR County Commissioner of the of friends by a large majority ,G. .'. Eneey 53318: 61i1+ 4.5121)1 2111 1 1 3 113 2 9112' 1 730 1\\ 207B.
F.llardesty. 31 61 1 17:11: 3 3u1427 4 81310 5 2 1:1\ : 514 312S6l 7a BI_.._-t3.c2.i: .. wu3lst3.l.._ +
4th district, Air..'John C. Jones of the directors-an eminent and R.l E. Mlms. ::1 2',1, 33327: 3 .4721 61:1: 5 :I. 1 1 1 31011 1.353rd :
e "beat all records.. It is called "a honorable body of citizens. They District t
vindication victory." found that not less than $315,000! \Y. I). Eltwards.. D :.18 11614 1 610 .u 63 I 5 4 7 4 1 1\\ I 421 :1 1 6 2:19:

h. .. __ have been collected, and that no '1. M. Orr!.'!OftlcerJ.I..Carruther..1'731. 2a 50151518) 1,' :3 7 23 631) 924) 1410 7 7 22: :29 :3 3t18lt'ght't'n -- -' _::

Now, let everybody cast their part of It was ever received or disbursed 714183 114 0320 1 6231612 111384. 282w. -
vote at the primary on June 7th by the treasurer, and that \ 8. Norwo(1 21 6614 : 8 0 21 2811:47: : : 4 2011 {1)I 1 ((11 52, :161: ;
the accounts, If accounts were kept, (fame Warden t I II' 9'' WAMRANGE
for Robt. W. Davis for Governor.Do .
have never been audited. There A. Hoblnson.. 10 413 ltln 32:! Ii 323 38120': 4 3I 9) 8 412 4 212:!: a11E. y Q
not fail to support your old and' O. Summerlln.lO: 62 3232.1: 5 813 83'24:1.17: 4 1115( 811192 1 409t \
true Florida friend.I have been no public reports of receipts PST PLAIN -.' -
r .__ or expenditures. Money ,
paid in has been used for anythingthat .* DE
KEEP your yards and sidewalks the president wished to use it

Beat and clean if you want to attract for, without consultation with the SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES B OC G. CRATE

settlers to your town. Un% directors. It is charged that the I :15*' .
kempt yards and streets are no In. charter of the society has been : 'IAL 1 > strangers... grossly! and repeatedly violated. :: Of course there are some.dlsnppolnteUeandltUtes :t 1
--- --
Miss Barton resigned the preai .*. since the recent primary, but ....
THE defeated candidates are now dency of the society, on the 14th **.. you will not be disappointed In receiving .0 .*. Hay Grain Flour Meal Grits
wondering how it was .done, and inst., and was succeeded by Mrs. EJK .',:. y9 ur Insurance In case of lo.s. if you .. w :t: ,

the successful ones are worryingover Gen. John A. Logan, who has heretofore .** '.' aie Insured by Schujler& Wilson who *S* *..*.. L1.n:1.o.: Como: : : ;, E1o.; .,
the tact that they received less occupied tbe office of vice. -.l** write policies only In time tried and fire .* I

votes than they anticipated. lie president. :* tested Insurance Companies.. : Weight and Quality Guaranteed _

contented ..** ........ -. -- ... _. ....-----.--

#I** The Oldest Insurance Agency. In the City tt.. of Agricultural Implements. Agents

GET to work now, and let politics .<<***.*...******************..******************.****<<.... FOR THE
have a rest. Attend to your pineapple Parker is the antithesis of **.******-****************_****_ .****_**_***_*__*_********** -E1GMx7 IIIITLR O w---
of the u
plantations, orange groves the present occupant White

and the improvement of tbe streets House. Possessed of a quiet dig. THE DEFEATED CANDIDATES. gether.: If be went to London, ::
in your respective villages. You pity he would 'command universal l England, he could easily get 25,000) c tl::

have wasted enough time upon respect ; averse to unnecessary pub. ,[, Smiths. to attend his reunion, and 0b. "en

politics. city he would strive to avoid the The following is clipped from an a like number of Browns and : r..l 73c 3

spectscularlsm and self-exploita. exchange : Jone ee. .:I: Z

DUKIKO' the'put year or eo, thing lion which) have become so nauseousin "And the days of th. defeated candidate ;.: = ..:

in Brevard ccunty have worn a very the present administration. ; with are a. gra s, a. a rt wer In the lleld.I JOB rKlXTINQ of all kind done at < r e l. F a
prosperous air. In and round! Ti- H sturdy Americanism which places The primary: cometh .mid ftoeth. and in this office, at reasonable. rate. Give d t (..
I,I and bU favorite haunt knoweth > u* a ahare of your ork. o
he would ,
tusvllle-where we have some of country above party 0 ;
I lie retlruth to
the beet land in Floridanumerouspieces guard the national honor with zeal. 1 I him nl and) more.nbunneth the face of all secret mankind -

of property 'have changed OUt care, encouraging and holdingthe places. ills' eyes bedowelh with teardrops : THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. Q --5 15
bands Including a few One orange good: will of other nations ; ju. and his heart U heavy like unto 1 ., .
would results before lead Hi* soul U grievously tormented ..J,
all be weigh *
the.storea are doing an dicially,
groves ; by the thougbt of the many plunks be Brewing Asso's.l'aroOUi j:.,
excellent business, and carpenters committing thecountry to new bath wasted and ho aeeth before him
and painter. are at a premium. or dangerous policies; careful in many hour of weary toll ere he replaceth
Everybody seems to be busy, and his friendships and with a wide experience what he hath Iot. tils wrath wttxeth St.Louli xes and Bot- THE CEO. H. FERNALD HARDWARE
and be klcketh himself with a swift tied near. CO.
carpentering In dealing with men, he hot Sanford a
it is hard to get or Florida
caJletb. hlnmelf
and names that
kick, re- Bold Mom.1'... and ,
bv Lesley
The Ilou rich. would eschew Intimacies likely to
painting attended to. Jleoteth upon his Intelligence. Ins hope -- -- .
ing condition of things in Brevard bring discredit upon him; equippedwith of a career of political ipleodor fadeth :-7 ---- ----

county is mainly attributed to no those qualities of man and away like the dew of the morning and By Mr.R.L.Motlow Ooccw ria. Hodges &
dream of glory vanlaheth into nou.Iagne. O'HaraJI
severe frosts to injure the orange, heart which are essential to a sue his ..." JOSEPH ZAPF

vegetable and pineapple crops dur ceesful chief magistrates would -.M onfactorer and Dealers'In...

ing storekeepers the past few say business years. Titusville is better perform people. his whole duty' to all the MR. JOBS C. SMITHof have Louisville, Sole Agent. Del CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

to a three
lI.tOY than in several years, and car. Kyn proposes days'reunion cno to 820 Wet Bay Street, Orange Box heads' "rltlr arid .
of the Smith family and Vegetable, Crates )foQdID] .Shingles, ete.
l-.".Ia of goods are dally arrivinghere. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRIXTIXO )(111Iaod olllce located at Buffalo' Blnff' "". Write ftl t prices delivered.
remember the ADVOCATE office, thinks be can get 3,000 Smiths to.I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. to any par*of the State. Addrew: UoJges: O'llarm, Buffalo Bluff, na.e .


t .

K> ST; COAST ADVOCATE MAY. 20 l'*04 I 5e


I ;.... .' :.. ... ''f."n". .. -- -
.n" "" Melbourne. Eau Gallie: I GEORG MARS. JOHN MARX.


ir :Q:VSubD4.'Ilptlon'or the ADVOCATE 1VI.A.Eit :BR: <>S.
And Send Us Your Order. O. PEORASSK aCHUYI.KH: !t. Dor.llltrl'lli l | h .
the pink paper, of.the East Coast will be oftlve/ open alt night Kan Callle, Florlifc.BARAK .
received at the Melbourne Postoffie\! {
C. HOnoaoV-i-iivsii'iAX tD
xw RICHARD W OtXJDK.-Itosl K tahl. No t Flu: Gallte Klortua.

Fer.nal. lUG Liverpool Public and and Conrayanwr.Lomlonand Glolw.A pint soil Hart -

PPERDIBTILLED.. II 68UEKN Fire Iiimmne Companies. 8H. ,ol.l itMntloo Summer weather. I Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner I
paid to the Interacts ot non...Ideol..
CITY.... ... .. a oo'SUNNY Mabel .
I Wbltacre Is home after .a ..ueI -
I SOUTH... .... t 60HGILTEDGE DR L. A. PERK-Par.rcliF: Aitn a1a0aoa. careful term of school at Grant.
sooUPEDIOREE A. RMldenoo, Melbourne. At Lan Ofclllv every I! Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
The this
primary election at place

......... 400'OVEttHOLT 400 SPECIALTTOLD HOTKt healthy HELUtVUE-Mvlbonrna.winter regorton high pine Florida land over A last I. Tuesday J. Daniel, passed of Gainesville oft very quietly.has charge WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

....... I"'nlrlnllian' River. R.......: *:'J and upwardper
HALIFAX 4 00 lIa,. 8|>eplal rat' per week. or ............ of the section from Pineda to Eau Galle. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. I
Write for rate to :Made.. E. Campbell, I
Manager, R. W. Campbell,Proprietor. Mrs. C. J. Campbell, of Melbourne !Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas tn season.
; MONEY cow: was calling upon friends In town this

E' -_ 3 E. E. Johnson of Goodall, arrived in week. 'I j-We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable .

: BACK( Melbourne Tuesday.Miss Mrs. A. I). E. Stloknoy was' the guestof .. ___. -- _0'- ----- --- -_-----
Mr I and Mrs H. U. last
GOODS N. O. WIIITE. .. .... I 63 Florence Hodgson of Eau Gallie, week. Hodgson ;:I POWDE A BIG TARPON CATCH
was In Melbourne Sunday v

WHITE BETTER ...... 300= Letters from Capt. JIoN"abb report
Claude Iteaujean has finished
: DON'T WHITE FNIK ... ... .... 2 So a west porch on the Goode cottage.building cool weather lu Youngstown, 0 for the Absolutely Pur'oTHEREISPlOSLFRsnruTI On April 10th, Messrs Cites F. Nueth-
season. Ing atromineutand well known resident
: SUIT. LAUREL-VALLEY.: .... 3 00 Mr. Yoke: has been building an addition of Went 72nd; street New York came
Archdeacon I). 10'. Brown the
to the McBride house tbe past week. was down bore with hU lends. and !guests
of Mr. and Mra.I Chas.
guest Taylor onl'uu:1a.I'St. \( Wm. J. of
Mr. Hnzolwood Brooklyn N.T. .
Mrs. PIHZZI who --- -- ---- ---
has the .
spent: past :
I and :Mr. Chan. \V. now. of Janum-
week at the .McBilde. returned II
her home In Mloco house to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert left for Odessa, I Georglana. to..n.. N. Y. They were after tarpon

WRITE US Tuettdy.Mr. X. V., on Siindny. III.t.111 Clyilo Line I II and they \got them.

and Mr*. John DeWItt of Cincinnati from Jacksonville.The J I The houseboat Rose Marie, In command .

J. J. WILLIAMS ), left fur the north, after spending a number of boats In the fishing The AUVOCATIB 'U soourlnir a good of Capt. John M. l.allll1."ft Tltus
E pleasant: week In Melbourne. fleet! are Increasing dally. The season many now' subscribers along the Indian vllle for Miami about a weak previous to
Jtlver the arrival of the ahove'pltrty.. On the
P. O. Box 401.() Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells. Mr. and promises to be a tine one. i 18th of April tie Ruse Malle. and the LOOK TO YOUR EYES

; JACKSONVILLE Mrs. Juhn DeWItt enjoyed a carriage The )launch Wynonn, left for points on I Jake Field and wife\ of wife of tndianola \ launch. Somln.'le (On charge of Capt. If suffering from any eye defects or wea

FLORIDA drive to Malabar font /Saturday.Mrs. : the lower riverwith Mr. and G. F. Paddl.on were visiting }fro and MrR. C. D. Alfred Helnkel), loft Miami for the tar sight call at my new well-appointed optl ,
TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTJensen. I and family aboard. ;Provost on ':Sunday and attended' church. pon grounds at Shark:\ river and along the cal Institute. Special complete louse

Frank Robertson Is now nicely hervlce. Key., and the following tells the tale* of grinding' : outfit In conneotrbn.Dn. t
located in the Carleton Plenty of work Is likely to develops 'tn
cottage, and Is the magnificent catches of made
1 tarpon
.Mr and Mrll./I..lmon./: of Month Hook.
\ Eau Gallie this several E. II. ARMSTRONG
still the summer, ae new
kept busy catering to public.
by Messrs Naethlng Ilmselwood and
residences: will be erected. ledge, were here visiting their friendsthe 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Beau jean and baby Hughes' and limner'*, getting some Lntllu:
--- The brMge Rang of the P. E. C. R. R., pineapple plants from J. VV. lirunur.
were the guests of rapt. n.V.. Beau- w. J. HACttLwoon's! oATfir.

Mrs. luckier wall In Jensen last \week. jean at Melbourne Beach, lat. Sunday. are strengthening now on the the Eau structure.Qallle river blldge !I Joe Rogero well known on Indian April 3"th, I at tea Ibll length /fl ft I* In, !Rlrlh :.n In A f'EW WORDS FROM WOR-

Rives, who hud made his homo at doori .. | m 4, Ih..,. ? 4 ft I OIl, ., :w h1 i CESTER.
Mrs. Hildor Books U vUitlug Alia. D. Turn if.' wes. Oeo W\ (Tall, O. I The entertainment on Monday eve, 9th ll"n"i f"r .several gems' was' married! to May 2 1 at lift lln, a ft U In, ;at in
E. Aurln at City this week. 3 1att.eIba, art41n, :.17 In -
\\Vhlte W. Wilkinson, 01 Sebnstlan were In Mel.bourne
limt MiitUrnctoillj-
of .
puttied very a i wealthy \oiiiivt wnlnw MI I'aln'kii'' KH.| ) a I at lii't Km. untlin, .> 41 tn 1
Last Monday there was quite a hailstorm on biMinens with Mr. K.V.. nice hum was, netted for the M K.clunch ijnvur. ten ,|II ij. ago. May Ihoy live long i, M Alii"., May 17, 1004.Illi' .

at Jensen. No damage was' don Goode during the past week. OD Highland Ave.* lid |wppIl.The | >. c. K NA8'rh1NH'sCATC11.April ,,,' East CUlII' .tlll.HI'h'

Will, I at...) ft J In, In
loath 4 Sn
There are some pineapple being shipped Mayor r.. Ii. Stewart And family wentto The Muttle H. is on IIiMlgHon's wavs ( wn'pli" 110'1hy Cuthittlne 1 Clivnent: M iyH lilt 41 lid, 4 ft Iln,girth. :VHliitl Deter Mir-I drop you a few fines to
from .'Jensen already, to the northern Fat Pierce, Saturday to visit Home this. week being overhauled, l for theautnnier. In gold and blue enamel, IN a little bounty : I nt> bet ll>., .S' /A rt III In, .' 34 III lot you know that mv old frlnnd, Wm.

markets. fl lends In that I interesting: little city, teturdlng O?Hpt S.\'mm"ml" will go to Keno- given:! bv II. O nii'm-dl, fur doing saven"klnderlMUkMt" If.' 1 4 titCliiNllM I at,HA. tint,, "> aft4iii/7ItIIn I ,, "" :4.lln':./ II MoKHilaud, recently of Tltuavllle,

There will, be services at the town hall to Melbourne on Monday sits, Win, for the summer' piizicleM, found 111 puck ". 4 l tliHHn, .> Hfi II ln, 41 h'l Will In \Vni center. on Hut unlay and SUD"tlern."n.
"toM ;of II 0 nut lI'u,1, MISS| Catheilue 1 A I Itt IMA Ihn. >. 7 ft n In, 44 day Mis. MoKarlitnd\( \ clime
next Sunday, at 11 a. in., and 7:30 p. m Mr. Stephens. Hastings In now rail- Miss DAHcomb, of New York retnrned /A I tlMlln.. lift Tin, ST In
sharp by Rev. Jones. road agent Items. In Mr. Buck's place north tmHaiuidav: 7.h' In.'., aftei ii ..101.... I .siv.5greatcrush it for \\ Inning nidi a a'. a I ,til(Ml llw, x Alto III, :VI", In tip from THiinton on Friday, and Mrs.
not winter's stay In Eau Gallle as the leKllllful.l'Izd. 1 9 i tiMii>., s* s no 111, I\lln: Holman and I met her' at the station
The Rev. Thompson of Fort Pierce. We extend to Mr. Stephens:! a welcome, 10 liitiiilllM ft ft 4 III "Uimin: .
:: > I. with our automobile.Ve went to the
to an appreciative audience trusting his stay here will be a pleasant guest of Mis. I. U. Ullbeit. Mr. end M'a. Simmons ale, left here in I ..t inn: :Mm: preached .. hotel for dinner and then
Admiral Glllls Wednesday. '" of l last" week, for their 10 I st 70 lit., 'I ft il>t In, :min ,
last Thursday at 7:40: \ m. nod Mrs. passed through'this : stared
p. ou a long trip as far as South
I borne In Kenosha 1VIs. They
went with
one.We place on Monday, 8th Inst, en routeto J. M.. l.ATUN's C TCU.
Framlngham. YVn returned the
Mrs.,Trahern has been on the sick list regret to learn that Mr. and Mrs. the admiral their daughter d"ulhltir. Mrs, Hemp- name
north. The and will
for several day., but she is out again, Buck and son are to leave us for Or- wife arel\d. and children. The purl expect.el May !t'ld.l I At inn' II., Imivth It ft n In, girth 1H 'In way' iTud stoppiul at the Whitney house
spend the summer In Europe. A I at 1M Iba. nrtttln, 4tl' In
late A great of the distance
looking after her millinery business.Mr. mood. What Is a felbourue'slpaa In this to few dit.yN In supper. part
mop\ over a Nashville !I' 0 lat I4'l llm, .II. ft H In, 3'In
case Is Orraond's gain. Mr. 'Buck has Capt and Mr*. McNabb left for lenn with their friend, Mr and Mrs. .* 10 1 nt ).'la" Mm, .. A ft A In, a!.) In traveled was mud at a mile minute
and Mra. Chas. Wolf gave a lawn been one of the most accommodatingrailroad Youngstown 0., on Sunday 8th (nut.Capt. I DonaldHon. .' 1O I iic IIHI llm. .". /aft 1111" ". Kl:"> In on the auto On Saturday my boy
'party to a number uf Jensenltes and the agents Melbourne ever bad. McNabb left order. to have his : 10 IstMltw' attain, < 6"] In and I went to the railroad station t(.

Misses Stark. It was one of the best of new residence completed before his return Rev, .i. n. Hawk and wife and son, II. A. OAMI'IIKI.L'S" CATCH.Msy meet Mack and others connected with
the season Louis Lyinan's many Melbourne next fall. Fritz and Mis Maggie lUwlc came up Koropaugh's and Hells' Circus, and they
from Melbourne to attend 10th, 1 at 143 Ibi, '.length ft A lo, girth All In all
Rev. Mr. Jones preached' In the town Friends will be glad to see him home on Friday went to my residence to partake of a
hall to a large congregation last Sunday from his two. years' stay abroad having! Capt. J. II. Andrews left for Tlbbals tie Epworlh League! social) : and as Hun- 'Mr. Nnethlng, who was delighted with champagne breakfast, at which) I would
evening. Miss Florence Robinson of .spent moat of his time in the Philippine on Sunday last In his ploop Dixie! after day was Urn. Hawk' regular day for its big rutch, panned through Tltusvlllom liked to have had some of my' Tltuavllle

Eden treated, the audience to of her Islands. lIe Is now en route home, visiting a complete 'overhauling on llotlgson'eway. preaching, they spent the rent of the Friday afternoon last, looking as fi'lends.After.
well rendered solos. new countilea-China, Egypt Italy The Captain was accompanied by 'lime veiling relatives mid friend At brown. an an Indian and as strong as a breakfast our automobile wan
and other'plac"-and can tell us lots little Miss Bailey. the Sunday evening service' Hro. Hawk lion after his cruise down among the speeding some of them along our beautiful .

The public school of Jensen will, close about these when be returns to Mel. Mrs. Wm. Tylander will, visit her received Into the cburcb. Will. Wlttfeld, Florida Keys Mr. Naethlng will. have Boulevard and Mack fell a victim to

May 20th after a successful term of bourne. friends in Conway! ...., this! summer. wife and daughter and biiptlitetl the little all the tarpon mounted and distributed automobiles and said he must have one
eight months, taught by Prof. O. II. 'the Mrs. Tylander will be much missed In twin, boy., John' and ('I\rl. It was a among his friend' In New York and next winter to take to Tltiuivllle so that
One of social events of the week .
Boutelle, principal and Mis Kettle. church and social functions, and her beautiful and most Impressive I service vicinity. he can give his numerous Indian River
Jones, assistant There baa not been a was the birthday last party of Miss AlmaMartin early return will\ anxiously lookedfor. The Kev. J. D. Hawk and family returned Capt. Jock Lallln and the Kose Marl friends a ride. On Sunday Mr. and .

more successful term taught; In Jensenat Tuesday evening Miss to Melbourne i/U Monday afternoon. came Into. the harbor, at Tltusvllle, on and Mrs. Mofarland were guests of our
Alma Is general favorite and received
any time nor have we bad so good an a Tuesday evening house. The Circus Is going to Boston
attendance at any school due to the many presents. Dainty refreshments Mrs. Annlng and Miss Edith Annlng Married, at Oeorglana, Fla.;, May 10, for A week.! We. Intended going In T.lr4hQulnslglmond
earnest work of the teachers. There were served and a good time enjoyed by left on Tuesday 10 lost, for Belleville, lt! >)>. by Notary Public E. Velleyllall.! to-take-a-seven-mile: tripon

will be a school picnic on the 20th-the the Misses Alice Nicholson Jessie Goode Canada where they have a Dome. Mrs. M. Frey to Miss Marie Holland.! The my launch, but It turned out a cold
Mattie'trown, Mollle Nicholson Mattie herself fair' and charming bride In recently from WEATHER REPORT.
closing day. Annlng expressed>> as delightedwith and rainy dy, so we went tom' billiard
Hoke, KltHe Martin, Sudie Hoke, Viola Eau Gallle, and hopes to return New York city but spent the winter at room (which :you and your brother vllt-
Horton, Fannie Hoke Nellie Ward Dent season.The Georgians. The groom U well and very
Made Young Again. Helen Miller Nellie.Gard, Mrs. Charles favorably known on Indian River, as he By Rev J.sll.. White observer for tKll..t afternoon.summer), and played pool all the

"One of Dr. King's New Life Pills each O.lIn. Mr. and Mts. Christensen, Messrs. launch carried Wynona G. F. Paddlson has .resided at Bonaventure for many Weather Bureau U. S. Government Every man on the streets was wearing

night for two weeks has put me In my Merlon Sail no. Cbas. Mead. on owner Friday last a to ail l I In party a concert to Georglana for; theM years. Their many Indian River friend SUMMAHT roil Ai'iut I\\)().&. a heavy overcoat with the collar turned
wish the life and
"teens" again writes D. II. Turner E. church. The Eau Gallie Quartette happy couple long hap Ugliest temperature on the 21st 8A.O up and blue noses could be seen on every :

of Dempsey town, Pa. They are the Ten Years In lied. and the Ladles Quartette were on piness. Georgian furnished half. the Lowe.t" 11th, 57.0 street In Worcester-how different to

best In the world for liver, stomach and board ; also U. U. Hodgeson and ",.lIe. m'lerlallor live weddings thin punt winter Jean for the month.. . 71.7 your Tltusvllle weather. To-day It la
bowels. Purely vegetable. Never gripe. R. A. Gray J. P., Oakville, Ind., Mrs. Alnsworth Mr. and Mrs. Paddlson which Is loins' fairly well for n Average mean for 2J years . 7J.O: cold and dreary, and looks like frost U

Only 29o at Red: Cross Pharmacy. writes "For ten years I was confined to Mr. Christensen Mrs. Shave and Mrs. I, place of Its size Ilghest a' sa' inlHHl! 75.4 coming... .

my bed with disease of my kidneys. It G Gilbert. A most enjoyable time was The Kpworth League/ social on last Lo..t" n I' in 1001. 8.8 Mr and Mrs. McKarland left, Sunday

. was so Severn that I could not move part spent and the party returned delightedwith Friday evening was a great success In Rainfall In Inches . . . a.H8 night for lioston and said they bad not. .
White City. of the time. I consulted the very best their entertainment by the ladlesof every particular. It was held in the Average for :ill(} years. . !i.0ireatost (! enjoyed a better time since had had

medical skill available but could get no Georglana.!: A delicious )lunch was School-house, In order to accommodatethe In 1818. ,. it 74 been north this season. We long'
I relief until Foley's Kidney Cure was r..- served the party before their return to large crowd, which numbered 71.Jeo. Least 'a In 1N00.! . (0.30: talks of the narrow. escapes from rattlesnakes

Wm. Oanaon Jensen Wall a recent commended"to me. It has been a God Eau (}all Ie. The hall was crowded to ( )'. 1'addlnon, of Ran tallle, brought I'revallingdirection of Wind. NE: alligators, panthers, wild cat

I visitor here. send to me. the doors by an appreciative audience. up a merry crowd' of :20< Including the Number of clear days . . 21 and other animals we ran against while
M t. lair tf . . ? hunting In dear old Florida.
Mr. Austin spent Sunday here having The launch arrived In Eau Gallie about nice Club and Ladles' Quartette, and
[come from Jensen. 1 o'clorck a. m., Saturday a their Hinging wan the finest ever heardIn cloudy aa . . . 2 The ADVOCATM tells us that Tltusvllle
o South Rockledge.We this town. Mr. Paddlion also brought 'a ..dlly..lthraln. . 4 till keeps lively We will be glad to
Mr. and Mrs. Negstrom; have moved hla fine gramaphone, and the selections .' days with thunder 6 entertain at our residence any of our TItu.vllle

'' Into their home on Oleander avenue. "Watch the Kldneya." given wore grand glorious and sublime stand Home, Merrllt Island, ..ll'1a.TITUSVILLE''s friends who visit Worcester. I

'i' Mrs. Lament has been spending a all congratulate M. Freyot his be Rev J. U. Hawk, had a fine magic/ lantern surely expect to sec you and your broth.
"When they are effected life Is In danger er In Worcester this fall.
coming benedlct. and the views were beautiful
couple of wenks on the Indian River very
," says Dr. Abernethy, the great Eng as well as some very comical. ones that Regards to all my friends In Tltusvllle.
ridge. Noice Bristol spent part of last week halt physlclin): Folev's Kidney Cure undo the little folks shout with laugh TRAINS. Yours truly,

The dance on Saturday night was well siting I ( his friend M. Salmon.A makes sound kidneys. ter. Hro. Hawk also gave a very Interesting E. M. HOLM AN.

attended, and was a very enjoyable af very heavy rain fell on Monday forenoon lecture on the views as he exhib The following are the times of arrival

fair.Mr. and the blew almost a gale lied\ them. Then votes of thanks and I and\ departure of passenger train. to and fg'FWe cannot guarantee to publish

Sogard and daughter Clara, were for[ a short I Ime. Indianola.Preaching e complimentary speeches were Indulged :rom 'Tltusvllle: Items that'do not reach this office before

guests of M*. and Mrs. Sorenson on Sun Miss Aunie Gideon Is expected home lo for a few minutes; and the best entnrtalnment 'otmmoimD.Losrsi noun on Thursdays.\
held In .
town cloned.
day afternoon. this week to spend her vacation with her over .
Tltusvllla for MIamI and BIIHI: P mIntermedh.t.
the Kan Gallie I
When downto
on the 2nd.:! at the party went
mother Mrs. J. S. Coats. Sunday .
Mr. Stewart, of Melbourne wa a wel- I their launch to start for home I Job Printing.
usual time, 11 a. m. and 7:111: > p. m., by they point at IO.M p ni
come guest of our Sunday school and* Mrs. A. L. Hatch celebrated the anniversary the pastor Kev. Jno. N. Thompson.Mrs. 'found! a substantial, and dainty lunch, .OI\'r..8nI1I1D.. -
we were glad to see him.A of her birthday at tbe home of prepart-d separately each member of
I <...,Tltul.llle for Jx'knunvttle, 9.11: s m Do not forget the fact that. nt the AD-
Frank |
Columbus .
large quantity of stakes have arrived tier daughter Mrs. Joe Pdxton on Sun- Bailey, I the party, by the good cooks of the League

for Griffin\! Bros.' after spending the winter here, OblO'j I who decided It was appreciatedand and laterm nursery and are day.N. Monday for her her northern home. : enjoyed much by the hearty TIciMvtllii for H",,'urd lOAsui: printing of nil kinds, neatly, cheaply and
being set, ready to train the young; treesto. M., Fish and a force of men are at :. hope to see her with ua again next chetr given very after It had been partakenof. ,"|...Tltu.vtllefrom Hanforit"i. :AH Bxpedlllously, Letterhead. Xotebeads,
work rocking the road just north of K. ter. w1u-1 rUhcad l Envelope, Tag", nod all other
M. Bree e'.. We hope he will stick kinds.
Mr. Lamont has to
of the
taken, charge it until begets the entire gap filled. All the windows. and doors of the' The receipts'of the social were about V.....:.... lu IJ. l'u>.tvl tir m Ulan. __ 1- .
Ganson plnerle, and will also I ship fruit 1' fl.V Apparently everybody l wan satisfied
church have been
nicely screened at the
All ; ftliuw:! of Portland'suiost
&10.1. " from tbe Davis pinery and the Chase Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Salmon took a of James I.,. Crawford who I! for Dry. Hawk told those; presentat
pinery. trip to Georgian on Saturday:! last, calling expense kindly ordered it done for the comfott, I the close, that If there was a mini, I rviiiulu MI.UUU.II; wh1;" passing a HOW' TO SAVE ICE.

Several of our people left Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Uruner and of our people. woman or child that felt they bad not rt-rtnlii bt.ruViuiw i tiu t Iti shut city tbe
and Uncle and Aunt Hughes. Mr. Sal had their money's ..worth to make It other day hulked! u s.fiii,' which read,
for Waveland. will be
They employed Dr. and Mrs. Oeo. Hill\ and Dr. and known and could 1 TLe old fellow
by Mr. Klopp In the erection of a mon procured some very fine pineapple they have their money "Cust Iron Sinks
large dwelling. slip from John Btuner. Mrs. Charles Hill, started Monday\ for back; but no one claimed penney. cluU'kl"'llIOttly to himself: then gradually -
the north Dr. Oeo. Hill and wife will
its tin- ui.Miudiiy of It
We do not want anyone to forget the make a business trip in t'lnclnnaU' be bin Ie broke Into
working picnic at tbe Cemetery on Sat-: going i>n to their home in :Sa:!Sor.mton HIde upon more g114
A Snre'rhinw. County Lund I'or Sale. A loud Itult..w. A 111I..1'1.1"| uttriiftetlby
urday. May 21st. Come one and all, f..rMr.
and let It Is said U. death the apparently| uiiKfftnly worth of
n* put our Lord's acre In the noulng sure except and -
best possible shape. and taxed but that Is not altogether true Mrs J. It Field and Ron, Joe the old hitch iuu Mr. H. J. Field nod wine!', "'rll. (trethnr, '' For sale!, cheap, the northeast quarterof "
Or Kloj New for Contumploo oinuBwl hlui 80.11)'. got, slum It.
Mr Dutton took a large load of watermelon ( Discovery Mr. English and Miss English: went southeast quarter of suction 3, township '" .
; Is a sure cure for all lung and !.# .putf.rtd between npnsms, .flIC'me
and other things, connUtlog of across the river Sunday to visit Mother W. south of range 41 emit. ; clone to
celery, strawberries, egg, etc., which, throat troubles. Thousands can testify Dlx.>n. IndUnol friend esteem it a O. K. Wood's, pineapple plantation on folkW>H air not fttin' ter It* The question of economy on the Ice bill

were equally' secured bv tbe eptatirUns to that. Mrs. C. II. VanMetre. "I of had:Shep- privilege to pay tlylr; respects to this St Lucle! River; .. ) acres. ,rrx'lur, Burn fuU-M. '[In l.h.l uv hnnjf- Is one that appeals forcibly to every
of tbe Indian River ridge where they berdtown. of Went Bronchitis, says and: for a a dear old lady Alain. the northeast quarter of northeast In' lip er sigh tellln people that 'Oust housekeeper as well as to hotel, restaurants
cannot raise such delicacies. severe case year quarter of section 18, township 38, Iron sinks.: "--f.ewlston Journal.
tried everything I beard of, but !got no re south of range 41 east; on south lurk ofSt. I II butchers, grocers, druggists, and
lief. One bottle of Dr. King' New Discovery Quick Arrent. Lucie Klver In fact to merchant who consumes
40 to every
}; acre. Apply K.. T. .*r.Th .
A Startling Te. t. then cured me absolutely. Its |> Year m|
Ice In his Dullness.
J. A. Culledge of Verbena A)"., WAStwice r.JfAIIo II. WALTOX, both of I
To save a life. Dr. T. G. }[errltt, of Infallible for croup whooping cough In the hospital from a severe easel I Tltusvllle Kla.WAITOV nnwrltU'ii( laws society I, Numerous tests snd careful experiment-
grip, pneumonia and consumption. Tiy and Koodj manners are Innumerable tag have resulted In the discovery of tbe
No. Meboopany, Pa., made a startling of plies causing 2% tumors After doctors .
It. Its guaranteed by Red Cross Phar but there IK that we cannot
teat resulting to a wonderful cure. He and all remedies failed liucklen's one passover HAV1X ICE PAD which when placed
writes, "a patient was attacked with macy. Trial bottle free Reg. alzea 5Oo Arnica Halve quickly arrested further SELF.LQCKING BLACKS In al1c'n(-.. arid that l_never low.your In your Ice box or the Ice chamber of

Violent hemorrages, caused by ulceration and $1.WRY Inflamatlon and cured him. It coo uor. Patented In all countries. Only tackle teinpei This iippll** espeelajly i your refrigerator will reduce the eonsumption -

of tile stomach. 1 had often found Electric aches and kills palo 25t the kind In the word) Fitted when playing. games. To lose one's :I of your Ice 15 to .13 1-3 per .

Bitters excellent for acute stomach USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, Pharmacy. with. the celebrated Vinton Roller temper In private Is bad enough but il The Pad le an InjZe"lollaliUle device the
I them. Besrer. Useful In where I simplicity of which Is one of Its greatest
and liver troubles so prescribed any place to do so In public Is unpardonable. It
when the best Self-Lock-
from the first and you can buy hoisting Is done. With these blocksone recommendation. All you do Is to placeIt
I The patient gained I. a crime which no hostess) can for
Ing Tackle Blocks at nearly tbe:same FIVE THOUSAND man two.Thou.ande on the bottom of your Ice chamber
baa hot bad an attack in 14 months. OVER O? WAG can do the work of (rive, for It makes all the other guests
Etactrle Bitten are positively guaranteed price. Now In use In tbe United ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In us* sold tn the north. Call with the Ice resting upon It, and It will
for dyspepsia.. Indigestion constipation State Army and Navy Departments by boat owners In the) United State and see then In working order at this feel uncomfortable: and disturbs that do tbe rest. Write for booklet.

and kidney troubles. Try them. Only Examine them Pritchard Jt: Sons, or Price $4.00 and $'f.OO each, at the ADVOCATE office or the store et J... prIUbard *: outward calm which Is the essence of P. G. WALTON, AGENT.

5to at Red Cross Pharmacy. the ADVOCATE office. Titusville. om.ce. Tltusvllle, Fla. Son Tltusvllle. ,II food society. Tltusvllle, Florida..

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t'l1O..4. iinJ the ti.j|>.u>'uv' to ussrlclatehhusrlf

p--- a--/? with the unfunvor not If he Florida East Coast Ry.

choose Is In General Truey's view a
A Golden Ruleof
which ''
disposition must' be
Agriculture: for If It be permitted 1 Instantlychecked to grow LOCAL TIME CARQ No.55. In Effect Apr, 12, 190"t *,

Be food to your land and )your crop our republican form of governmentwill
will bo good. Plenty of end.

Therefore when ho says that peace is N.... 11I..29 .TATlOItL' N.... _.._
needed if the United States is to take D.ily. D..U" Dally DatII ;,.

PotashtIn t advantage of the marvelous opportunities 0 ,, 110. .. ...-................'Lr J'aemlVre: Ar. .. 6 dui I
> for growth und prosperity that are p 948a ..;.::..... .... .........It..J.k..n..a Lv?........................ 619a !!!p
1 I' ht 06. ................ ............8LAuguetln... .y 110. 110p.D .
the fertilizer I now open be mean that there must be f p II 117. .....................,........ Hastings. ..... ....................... I 06 p
ahd quantity In the har (peace In the world of labor peace between Olp U 19. .... ......................5. Palalka..... ................. ,... eaN a "Ip

vest. Write us and 4 ti employee and employer. 7' al 1210p .......................Ar..Palat".L.................. ...... 810. 'lISp
we will send you, 1" M An a member of President Harrison's C y ,40 1116a ; ...................... ..J'alatka_ r..r... .... Toga lOOp
Jrtt, by next m til,
; our money winning cabinet General Tracy bud opportunity ir .-i O p 1 ao p ..........................ArS..n Mat.oI.v......................... -.. -600.
books. wi t ) to lenrn some things of which the pub cFa, ... Sous .,.............. ....L.'a"' rdateoAr....... ........ ...... .. 70ta I lOp

GERMAN EAU WORKS, 4Ri'1 lic never had knowledge and which ., 01. II p .................Lv.. NCIOfla ..L.......................... -6118. -'OJp
N.w V.rk-4J Name St. yt convinced him that the United States II 38" ..............................Buunt... ............................ II 44a 1 {8p
o 1 Of 43 p ........ ............. 696 a i sop
Allnnf*. -n"T. was In graver danger of civil war not P 15 p ............................Ormond .......................L..... II 0'1. OS p
'it war of McetloiiM./ but of classes, in 1804 II. P I fps........... .................Da1".n...................... ........ 4 66. lSp
A'y as p ........................r."o' Uranlf"............................. <116. I t3p
than the great public understood., And 0 110 p .....................N..w ItD'l1'r ,la... ....................... 94a
Ge.norul Tracy suld. with much ear 014 101 .......... ...................0><" 1(111..............;............... 11111. flOp
h o II' i 00 p .............................Ttt.'U...................._.....a 11.
IIUlltll": 1 II" ................................0..0................................ 9 .1. Up
"Not since 'resident. Lincoln' day 1 ai 40 P .................. ............;. ............ lilT. II p
U 14 'OS p ............................E..u ,. 11. oea
I was HO Important action taken nor any 1:113: 4lGP ...... ...................... .. eallle.1 <114. Vila
ti more brave in Lincoln's day than that V 108. 404P .....r.........................stba.tlan............................ III SOa 11 OOa
N I 011 a 60 II ..........................._.!''It. Lu..le.................... ..,....... .III ct a 10 !toe
taken by Prenldont CI"'elonllVhpn In 'JI. a ap ........Ft.Pierce.._.............. ..:......... .11 elp 1016.
I.SIM ho Hummoned the whole force of Tri- Viceld 1 I 88. 813 P ...............................Tlbb.I.?......._.................. 1111I P 148.
Sailings 945 .. 815p ..............................Eden..1.............. 11l1p S44s
the government!: for the suppression of 9 <117. I to" ......... .....................Jensen ................................ 040a
Incipient/ Involution In Chicago.<< Cleveland "0. 8 Up........:.................... .Stuart..e........ .............. 180.
Free and BETWEEN JAGKSONY LE and NEW YORK. S 97. .8" V ...........................Hobe Bound........................... JIll" 1 M.
1 struck, too lit just the right moment 1 <117. ., lOp ............. _..........w..Juplter.............._._.......... 8 845e
1 Acce"ted Masons. not too noon not too late." 196! a 441 I) ........t................. W. Pal m Boaob. ...........,.............. 91ip S16a
1 66. I DIP ...................,.. ........Ba1'nton............................... 9 lop T ''0.
Genera! Tracy, said however? that recently Calling at Charlesto S. C., both ways) I VII a 8 la p ........ .............. .. .lie I ray........................a--. tip T <10.Ili0a .
ho had seen what he thought to 9 Ot p ..................... ......Ft. Litt drrdale........................... 101 p e sac
i The Finest ift the Coastwise Service 1 a.'a' 9231. ...........................Hall..ndlll............................. eNee48 .
be-good evidence that the fundamentaland Steamships i a 94lp .... ..................._...lAomon CHy............................ f.lop S u.'OOa .
IndianKiver' *1'2 No. 90Tltusvllle Intuitive sense of what the real 9 tip .......... ..............Ar..MI.m'.L................. ............ I 00.

I meaning/ of the American constitution The Clyde New Englan and Southern Lines. -- -

und the bill of ifcbts" U is being/ better Direct bervl SANFORD BRANOU ORANGE CITY BRANCH.o. .

Lodge. rPFlorida.. und better understood by the 'great Jacksonville Boston Provide ceet and all Eastern Points No. aka. No, 41 N5
body of men who work for In 8"1'10:01.: STATIONS
Hold Iu meeting the
i Hotel IIIWll month a* their room, Indian. River New York city there Is /some fear that I (Calling at CharteRto I S. ().. both ways) M ':.......... Tltu.vlli. ......... It O0p 200p 10iOa Lv..N.Bmyrna.Ar 5 top
at 113110'01.1011 p. m .... .. ............. 1191.Lv.Lake1elenAr
the peace for which General Tracy 8EM.WEICKL SAIUNGBiliouthbound. 1113 a ( ....... H Bee 34tp OD I10p
T.U. ",i.den Wor.hll'rul Manter ............... ...,... .. .. ..... .. .... ..... from Lewle. Wharf u.\I I 55 I a ........... : .. .......... / 11 Ota 3 OOp 11 flux Lv.Oranw. COy.An IOV 64 p
F. A. Margin Sanlor warden. (pleads may not be our lot this year and Northbound......... .... .. ........ .......'om foot of Catherine Btreet. JaokeonvttleClyde tSOaAr..8anh.rd..Lv. 1080. ., 646p
M. B. Mam' Junior Warden that contention: tnny not bo confined to
J. M.1Nxon, Tr>.nurer.
J. R. Walker, Secretary, those who work for wager and<< those/ St. Jo1i River Line. 510.23 No. 2t No. 19 Ro' MAYPORT Note No. 20 Nw22
... .. is Dally
_ .O.A1.Hliiok. Chaplain.V. who pay these wages. Goads y I Sand.y I Daily eecept I BBANOH Dally Sunday
Taylor senior I>naoun. only only Suada nnl Ihttly103p
: R. n. Mlinn, Junior Deiuioii.V. While much allowance Is made for (Dellar LID.)
H. Walton,Senior Htewanl. the profcssloual pride for the earnestness BETWEEN .JA'KOON: LLE AND SANFORD. 10111. aool ........ Jack.on.l1le Ar.......... 746a II lOp iSp.900p .
A. A. Stewart, Junior Steward 1018a aoap 820.\ ........... .So.Jockennvllle. ............ Tara 12iip = lip.litOI' .
P. W.KnberM,Tyler.V and<< poMHlbly for the wish to appear Stopping at Palatka Astor 8t. rrancle. J .fa..l. (D Land. ). and IDterln"dlate, landlag. 10110. 010p 8" : ... ........ 706a liana 460p
M. Woolen.March.! to be,worthy of the foew that are on the Jobu'" alvur.STEAMFSR 10114. 904a .............AtlantioB.ach. .......... .. I'0Ia 1146 } tiS p.
----- ---_. julil to them which animates all the 'CITY 01' JACICSONVILLI:.. I43p I 1110a ,t4tP 11110. .. ........ .Ar, M.ypor' L............ e46a 1180. ff lOp

II appolnteltoailla.follnwn TMCVOJaoWant. le,RundryeTttos.layeaudThuvedaysZ30p.r.. :
lawyers employed by the contending Returning, leave Sanford.. Mouuays. WeLnuedaye and Nrtdaye.9aia.: m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
parties In the Northern Securities lltl- .
8oUlb.U"un" lTL
'ntlon.. iievcrthcleH! It N: ntIIpplireut down. MCtllU It.a l 11,1., CLOSE CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. 4 0. S. S. COMPANY FOR.

hat something like l \ pernoiml) nnlmus. E-F ltlll> In. ... .. .. ......k..II.; ... .... G= iV.1I.N.1II.
the pride. of lbly Jealousy Leave II 45 I'. Ili. ........ .. .. ..... .. ...Pal ka. . .....v..u............ ...... ........ a \'0 11- r. HAVANA AND KEY'VeST.. .
power po Leave 3110... .... .... .... ... 'MII.I' .. .. .... ... .. Leave 2 cub y m. A
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General Tells of Its Nee"to _____ ____ ____________
Tracy Nome domination of the tosser ........ .
paa.loim Leev431 ... III .. .... .. ... ....... ...8t. .. ....... ... IA..CI t asp wI.eave
& from which of .. .. .. I..e..I.'I v'r"O. .....,) ...., ...... .....VCl U: INI ."','''' These Tlii T 1i\\ .* Nine! the, tam 8 nt which. trilm flier 1,.. """."'t .tl tn arlvi. and depart
the United States.. great men afTalysfrequently Arrive 1lI1a.: .... ... .. .. .. . : .. ... ... .. .. .I..Y.. 941: a. a. from the several mrlonit. hut th-lr ncrlviil or f.I".tn..t. the /Ini, *i4 .I"t..ri.!. n",l irimranfeAd,
assert. Hint they lire free, ., .... ...... .. ... .. dn.. hold Itself rrBxmlbla. for ,
I Arrive. 10:4)1):) ., III ...............Enierlrbs' : : : .Leave 10Wa.u._ from.nor i the Company | any delay or any"oonvcqueni-o ariHing there,

} California IrnlleVurt'r..... Cen'l PaSSenger and Ticket Of ceo 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. '
Are made from the lienti C'Hllfoii'ln: F. M. IIt0YH11vORRJa., Aset.bau.Pass. AIt!. 1104 Wedt Ray Rt.. I..k.onvll1e. II"B. .
W. G.COU1'lClt.Jr., Looal. trt.AKt. Jaokminvlllj. O P. LKVKIU: duperliit ndciit JackionTllle "SEE TIIE TICKET AGENT."
roll u.lj.lal1 over the liiiid to ooul und fool HOKKII Bl /.Iackllon..I1"'. Kla.A.O. .
Former. Secrvtarr of the Nary ('laluls efreih the Ntomach and Intestines, mid KAOURTY. ( sn'I Riut'n:. P.*.... Ant. New lima. CLY1 K "IILNM. l lien., Prt. ARC., New York.
to keep the bowels aotlve "'1 lie moat ThI0 b. U. KOKK: leneral' Ma.iaiter. WM. p ":..v lit < ..... Oeiieral A eut.. l JT. D. RAIINKR, Asat. Gem. Pass. Agent., ST. AUClTJSTrNE, J":,.......
That Only liarntony Chenebrougli liulldinic. la State St..OpMielM| fluttery Park New York.. .
ellc'e Invalid take I these w'ufern
can -'- -- -- -- --- ---- --
_ tal and Labor an" Among 1"1." ..". for count I pnil n, ladlgesilon /and all \Itter C. II. \V A I/TO V.1,\sreiit, '(TltUHvllUi.\ ,

..!.! L....... In 1'1...e...,. to 1'ro- Mild bowel troubles, without fear ol ,__ _, .._ __ .1.-

d... I/nheatrd of Prosperity-F.'' t111log;, | or pain. They act gently but cCTRorrSft
surely, stimulate digestion und Imsivn, ** "S INf1'YQRIICIVtLAND
tare of Oar Country )lane !. t..eHalan > .J
the passage, and ab'IOI'pllun| of food re Atlantic Coast Line >
ted resbing Cross the Pharmacy.whole body. 1IK wafi is2So.: ? .

tieneral Itenjumlu 1 Tracy was S13URG
---- CHKM
flaked by a friend the other night STRONG ON CULTURE. Vtujr I .
i The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
whether In his opinion the politics of a n aPSr

1-olUh and lOrndMlon of 1II0to.0.. I
presidential CIIUVIIHM thin year a CUK5MOJ5
New lords t'h r e
cause: much roliictiinco to Invent ,enpl-( Richmond and thence
rails Savannah Charleston Wanhlhglon,
Tom Gould the notorious New York Over Its own to fouls t lweb
till In bunlnosi IlIlll"I.talklllg"| ) or whetli-' via the Prnnnylvanla Hallnmd Ave
politician, saloon keeper anti gill round .
er thcro will \\n granter Mtiignatlon '
cI'ok. wax u man of great physical
_ than In ctmtouinrlly thu vntto In u year TO THK 'VI<;ST. w Iurf
strength. One of bin favorite feats Mobile A Ohio It. R.TV iouvm
when a prodidfiit la to lie olcctt'il. His The Louisville A Nashville vIa Montgomery. The
was to back under a piano und then /:
reply wan that AM\ Unit thu I j nit(Mi rUe lifting It off its feet. Ho was once EASt
States HtHHlM for two or tluvu yearn in united to a reception at the house of a
Via Sivann and Ocean /Steamship Comp HIV for New York Philadelphia> lion-
obedience the made
_ to plea onct by member of the Four Hundred who
ton. Via NO folk Steamer to New Ym Washington and Haiti more. Via Savannah
Oeneral Grant whun he mild "Let ua was (then In politics and wished for and MeiohiintB. and Mlnera' Tranxpontalon Company for Haiti-

hare pence" I.'or In ii-mTiil Tracy's i Mould's support It la alleged that on more aud Philadelphia.
view nothlnii but pence III 1 eHHentlul l It being Introduced to the ladles on this

the United Stntcw:! Is to secure In the occasion Mr. Gould broke on embarrassing TO KI3Y 'VI/ST: ANI IIA VAS-A. MPAfr'j t''

nest live yours u proMporlty greater silence by observing: Via Peninsular ,fe Occidental Steamship Company. +9UPJ.aV9t ':
than any In the history of the nation "Ladles I'll bet $100 I kin lift the .----- A 7. ,B GQIfi

and la to perfect It* I'uclUo commerce, planner," which 'he then proceeded to Connection Made Jacksonville forall Points SPR1XG3AW. calc'M91JiiLAaCYILU .
to strengthen Itn Interuiitlonul flnnnce! do. \ .

to march nearer Its preeminence as a Another. Incident related of Tom '

flaanclHl I power of the world says Holland ,Gould Indicates that he was strong on MIL.RAGK TICKKTS.:: :

the New York corrcHpoudent of culture. On one occasion he had left Interchangeable mileage tickets Rood over 13,000 miles of among the prlnol- ,

the Vhllndelphla 1'rcHH. tile Bans Bond earlier than usual and pal railroads In the southern III"tee. are on ale by the principal afient. Po N r ...

When It WUM aiiKKi'itod to him that the next day ou meeting hU nephew For reHei'vnllnns and I tofu matluo apply to 11,1118', '( I the A. C. L., or write 4g4 4 4NNm .

there were no nlgim of Avar tho trouble whom! he left In charge he suld: FRANK U.ItnlLSVUYCu'n'ueroltiAgt.I W'ISr.4RKTrav'ass.Agt' i SMOOTH ,RUNSOUTHERN

with Colombia harlnt been ended "Well did anything happen after I 1.18Yr''"- lily -'., A14lol' ll.illillntc J.VCKM\Vll.l.K:. MLA I

p General Tracy replied| \ that tho peace left tenet night?7""Nothhl' ; U. M. E\IEH.OS. TralUo Mau' u:"r XV. N.J. C.()CIC.VIti Gen'l .P..Alt. Agent.WIIMINOTON i i ,_

bo had In uilnd la nut Unit which follows much" replied the nephew

war or at leant tho war In which 'exceptlii there was a couple of fel __ __ ____._______ __ __._______. _.n __ __ _____ ____
great; armies meet and, there are blood Ira came in about 1 o'clock and kickedup RAILWAYcr

..shot rapine and devastation, but In- a row.' and we t'run'em out." SE.A.B:: :: c> &1R.I> To J oNY1UE
stead Industrial and corporation peace. "How many times have I got; to tell
He little that how to speak ?" demanded WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHV1LLE
was a fearful the two you English jl and
grout energies/ whose combination Nneceanary Gould impatiently "Don't any 't'run AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR and
If there lit to be pronperlty, Viu, out. Say 't'rowed 'em out.' **_ i I HOT SPRINGS, N. C.

that combination being directed by d CINCINNATI. CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"

ability are at tho present. time either -
The NORTH and WEST.. 1 "The "
actually engaged in controversies BONE FOOD e! Sapphire Country.
which threaten seriously the
procperIty H..t D...... Dining Cow
of the United States or are contom- 'WASHINGTON! ( BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA! NEW YORK ', Pullmatn c..... .s.loe
plating controversy of that kind. On All T<.!... The .....

lie did not vHponlt, of the itl, nntlo Sort and crooked\ bones mean SC UTt.v..RN RA I L W A Y. N,'11. CART. Dtwr .
railway disturbance In the northwest, bad Call the disease Two Elegant Trains. Dally 10e 'AI 11.0. S.-. J.eaouILLL Pt.W Ps..r > AC*? "
but It'wan apparent that he had the Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. r A. vv.a P. T .... .......'..n.._. 0 C. L H. H"._ O. P. A.. W..a- D t
controversy, in which there Mesons. to be rickets if ycu want to. The ., w e H T.._ 'A. Q P A. AI....... dMalloryLines ,

something of personal pride and even! growing child must cat the MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. ": .
tit jealousy Involved In view when he \:
right food for growth. Bones' ONLY LINE Oporl\ log Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. -
poke of the need of peace. lie did --O-

say., however that the great menace to must have bone food, blood 1.

Industrial prosperity hi found in the attitude must have blood food and so For" information and sleeper reservations call oo any Agent : rf'a

of many: of the labor, leaders." on through the list. Seaboard, or write
Yet no man could be more sympatheticwith
the objects which the labor unions Scott's Emulsion is the right A. o. MA4DOYEi.L, AMI. Gen r.*.. Ant. s. c. BOYLSTON, PUSS.JACKSONVILLE. Agt. _

profess exclusively to 'ontl'mphltethan treatment for soft bones "in FLORIDA. ..

General Tracy now In and always children. Littledoses every day n' -. ---. ._- SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest '- ."
has l been.: lie recognizes as he says .:
hat unless there are Intimate personal giver the stiffness and shape BO YEARS' and most thoroughly ;.!' 'i. %.

'relations between an employer and that healthy bones should have. LA GRIPPEPneumonia EXPERIENCE equipped passenger steamships on the coast.'

those whom he employs organizations How legs become, straighter, -NO OVKRCROWDINO ;;y' j

of workers are ell elltlall. These organ- IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED oa these
Izutlonx, he says have accomplished loose joints grow stronger chips, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number berths
much and can accomplish much more. firmness comes to the soft follow La Grippe
or the seating capacity: of Dining HaU, thus all
follow Insuring Individual
but never the u.. of passengers
somewhere .
But there N !grave. fault. heads. service and attention
Some one la responsible for the' Incapacity ,
food caused the '
unwllllngneiis of of the Wrong
labor leaders to recognize: the! line trouble. Right food will cure it. Aa

where legitimate/ and wholly reusonnbl thousands of cases Scott's Anyone. ascertain Mnittn*our a tketrb opinion and free mauilixkm wbetber m anInrvntlnn reuloklT (See Schedule of Ships lo Florida Times-Uoion) .r ::4)J)
!. pmbAbly. tnt.hl ('ommon....
and healthful" organization ends tum>..rlatlrennlld. .atUL p HANDBOOK! oat...........
be the th. Congo and heal LOWEST HATES TO NEW (
Emulsion has to the
ItilOI Iaags.rr'.nnta YORK AND
and where the authority of the laws proven Bent fns l>M -t aif nrr for..eurofp.u nee. ALL POINTS: NORTH, '

statute and fundamental begins. The right\ food. for soft bones in [ Pneamonls and Coniamptloa. Patents_..takra.., without tErouvn eharwe Munn, la u.A.
disposition ti) violence' the refusal to childhood.Send. "LO"T&cnma..f tnOaceod 81.. 01...*, Scientific JH.Kr.catu FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.: "' 7

recognize the liberty of Individual Viltetl "M> wife dud la iriBB sad It UA... .
choice, which Is the-very foundation of for free sample. witk, a -. bad h S. kit I.... wktd ml A Uon of any inmtrftt.*kt nu.. ,wukly.a .-a.vrm,e..t*. M eM a Through tickets sold to all northern points ,for full Information reganUolt"atf
personal liberty, a choice which will SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists. Vourf's Bon ajtcTaa.u... .....I.Mt,! ''month.! ,IL* lkad; b5 a11 ewad.s1.. tractions: offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, tlck.ts: etc., apply to \i it
'4OO-4I5 Pearl 8tre>.t. New York. Mitt" & Co.SlI'......,. New :
permIt an employer to operate with ,I I| lied Cross Pharmacy. Ynrk ARTHUR W. PTE Passenger Agent 214 West Sreet
the open. shop or Jbe closed if heY lOCo and ft.oo; all druitlnta 0'a r ....W"'u..t_ : Bay JacksoniUIeRorlda..




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,v. Tghu'on. : "ean'l you per wbut the' who! DKYN MAWK. PA. '
\,V I I er 'iinry' UftlT lour (ale woinin: aln, J
a': r II '1.I'tl.. fur tter; *&e''IIII'IIl', fei en.n."

SeniWer Cottage 1ITUSVILL',FLORi DA. A :Bushel of I "It'" hers 1II\ld Sllns obstinately B RYw MAWR,
1 I "I'' < ST II'," vowel Simeon, withequl The Bryn Mawr Hotel '
PotatoesBy i'i otmtlttiicy """II)", look ,v ere. you ,
I'nlll tloun nlu) mortal Ag TtlKlo's/ got<
Open AU the Year. Good Board, and Attention. Harriet I tatea, wt>y" lie! sells '''10, nn' has some .

Reasonable Rates. Whitney Durbin brier, 'm' rousted 'sides an' be's good (Absolutely Fireproof. ) "
!to I to to'. tm-mighty; pood. An" y>'u been ,\\1 0
CoPIIMUllt.>""*. "II.r. C. Meters "
Two doors from F. E. C. Railway Station, Tltusvllle.' ',",, ntullir yer nose II t '1111 over nn' over!" '
: i Au' I'll Biiurl It at 'lui ag'tti 'f he t.o .)"

V MRS. A. J. SEMBLER Proprietress.A Acabus.; Blglo owned a poorly I I quiiiU a eye down my holler. Hot my ;, OPEN: JUNE TO OCTOBER. For terms, etc, address,
ed cabin ou a windy hillside a banjo gal nn' nil par titter "

-r-- ---. and a voice. Silas turned Ids wuton up creek nod}
Silas Weatherbve's PoRMt'lIalons embraced Jogged; slowly homeward. Ho was its 1
JACKSONVILLE. a fair farm a good wife and a I I tenlnif to two Inner -011'8 In hot argu- LKLAXD 8TERUY, ..*...... z
I bad not ended when bereached
of uncut, nbtoh .
daughter justeighteen years age. s
of Ills burn lot lo''t'.hh''I'1 I
nocksenii Wcutueibro looked like a | the bars
peach grown on the .sunny side of the "- marks were In the louse, soft BRYN MAWR, PENN
DDVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. enrth A horse was browsing/: under ... .. .. ,..
tree. Her father had u dim Idea-when gray ---- --- -- -------- -----------
I the buckeye tree .standing patient
be thought anything about the girl-
hud dlBcnrdetl bibs lie ly between the shafts of n light country -
that she barely
p' \ wee a thrifty man leaning to the side wagon "'ith.. half growl SllaHniitinriioiirtod FC:>JB': S.A.LE '

*4 Opposite po tol'flce.' Centrally located. >f stinginess. Of the minor diversions" bU. horuos nod made a
Thoroughly repaired and re- 5f life. Silas loved a good song well | short cut through. the |pumpkin patch to ---- ,--
typ Agabus Btglo hud supplied the his log ('llbln.It ho entered the klteh-

: i i, novated. Newly furnished throughout.; Liberally conducted. . on junny aioccaxlon., en the steam pultlnir/ from a great Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10

,*,; Silas was sitting one evening upon utiuoepnn on the stove wafted him noilor
"' Acres of Land. hYi
'( Rates $3.50 per day and up. the upper mil of ,his dooryard fence relroopectlvely fuiulllar. He
4 All about the yard patch) flocks of sniffed It enjoylngly.;
!r I {', white petunias shimmered and hawk "Wherc'd you git tntern at?" bo nsk-
\ B. w: SPERRY, Proprietor.
moths made iulverlng.blot| over them. era 114 his wife carne in from the Htuoke-

Out of the elder thicket loomed Affabu Louse with a square block of bacon.
She looked .Htiilllng. yet apprehensive
Biglo with his. banjo
;.WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day aod Cedar Streetll" "UI. there \1(1"! shouted Sllaa. "Look ut 'em," said .she, lifting the' -
: iA.t. I lidIu't bouncers' An all -
:: chune. they pouplu'
Jw\CK O VILLE* "Come 'long tin give us a "
"*. Instead! of complying, Agabua fell open they're so wetly,
\\t.: American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened Into argument. beie'd you g't:' 'em?" repented Silas.
See 'erer Pile" he mild In mild dissent A young \\tiiniin run from amlnmli

.', this season. Floe cooking/ and /good table. Hot and Cold Water "I'm pore.. poio as black eyed' behind, the dour trod wound her urine 'ae r 1 1ro"
: :' pens, and I Mow ef a good square chuue about |his! net'k. "'Ye fetched( '('m.
;; ;"Ntf, Bath, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from, any wharf or depot. All Is wuth llstenln to It oughtta be wntli paw," KLO cried Jolllly-"Ag nil' me-
I II I 1 *0 shuck* out a trifle for. Wlmt'll you two bu..helH of 'em. nil hoppln' big
street oars P'ltl' the door. Rates i.OO to t2,1>0 day.Mis. "
per au' gaud
Kluiinc, Slle? I'll ulna rensuuable.
"" I'll Ag! You reckon Her. father! shook! ail nceimlng linger, .
'ull. Bwoar,
A. J. WALKER, Proprietor 1 Ir 4 4 A1 a K 411 '
I'm oln' to puy out motley to net ypran '' At 111'(3'; ; UIiiiul I'ciulsounn e'
listen nt ycr little old pie pan ban 'omllll, good KMMOIIly they're wht) )-
Jcr nn" }er 'OIil Kentucky Home?' gela. \oi Lure) Alt nil the biggest
I The Windle 10 Kist Forsyth Street, Tree frogs'" an' crickets ilon't churgo! 0111' for Its; oK> i'I.UIK'S.. Hut lie got n

t JACKSONVILLE, FLA. not bin'. Reckon they'll do me." IIIJ'IU'I': l ulul'i' : 1 ever liln dig up. You
"l IOW Oil, Site; don't fly up cieelt. I "bettor[( 'u' fci.'I'j'il/ '\Ill! ; your tows begun rr, t
wasn't 11 jlj.t(' 'l II' oo pIunUn," rennonetl to fnt up u-ieaiy." "}
American' and Eur>pean. Every depailment modern. Ago hue. pel-surlYtlvrly. Jluimo( beans"" \'ou ('nu have bushels of 'em. pa!"

ifear all car lines. Rate, |:2 to $2.50 per day. er SIJIIII| \vsheser tuters glmiue Intersnow ", nvowed !tlll'i.ellll i "\K says BO.Vo E
raised. house full, Ag's here, pn' UU'
<, ; iou got 'em an I ain't. I lowluuuy
European plan 75cts, $1lnup/ one poison. taters'Ii you give fer u butch ot got I IIO: fiddle." Located SAKNO, three nuntors 'ot" mile south of EAU OA LI, IK, FLORI

C. B. SMITh, Proprietor. good old songs?" "I-'lMh me out II, titter ale! woman," HA, on the Eau, Oallla, River, lens than half a mile from' the IndliiQ River and two
Silas smoked and considered for fire said Mluti. "a n' dltdi 'III nil quick Au' mind a half mile. from tfe Ocean The property U two, hundred miles south of

silent minutes. tell Ag to unhitch that nag o' lils'n nil' Jacksonville, on the Florida' East Const Hallway, with the Railroad Station ad-

New Victoria ls Cor. Main and ,Adams Streets, "rllll"e, you a tater to song" tip then come to xupper."' Joining/ Lhe property ufldlng eieueeil In 18IK), and' soma of them have never
"'hl'l'l''IIM n moon that night. It
It announced-"not a pcelln more. Then been occupied, the original owner having died! a few months after their completion.
JACKSONVILLE FLA.JACKSONVILLE'S cast xlgTiuur .silver bars through the old
Island Pearl o' mine's wuth money uith curious I shadow Tho hotel was' opencd l for ahout two months prior to the owner's death, and
rail fence, n
NEW MODERN nOT1U.Everythlnt My I paid< $d fer a dlnhpan full o' i
; nt the top smoking n ulnulow pipe, bait not titian IllIo.llIlnce, All the buildings: were erected In the most substantial
new located need In the spring, an' the old woman [
centrally -
/ ; ones
; elegant sores with
/ private baths. and excellent The hotel and
Hate, American I Prom the GOOHU' neck hollow came manner are now cottage are completey -
: ** to $'); European, rooms Theta; and like to eat every pattered' one:
I upwards. of and furnished and little of the furniture has been mod., There
special Rates to Commercial Travelers. she 'lowed they was better than Ice dump odors bergamot spear' very ever are two
"I. K R1XLER, Prop. Formerly>rop, River View Hotel. cream. They're new Invented. You mint Tho crickets, iiiiulo a merry under artesian. wells twenty cisterns connected, with sewer etc

don't gtt but n tater a' song." neeompluilment to tho strain of Tho property cost the original owner ,* tMXX) ( and will be sold at a sacrifice.Che .

.Agabua scrambled upon the fence times old Hong: above out fairly luprenents' the property.For .

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. twirled hilt l banjo Into position, and "Way dawn upon".the fin wane* river,, particulars apply to or nddroitN, ,
Far fur
( that old song! that seems always to awuy. EZRA h'. HATCH, I). L. MULDKN, W.t. A, WARNOCK,
;ti'1: -On the American and And on the silver swept porch of the
European Plan- drip soft fragrance and to
." Caretaker on premise, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner,
I log: cabin! two women sat gossiping
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant ripple out the melody of tranquil waters happily together, Eau (Oalll. Floilda. Tltusvllle Fin. Jamaica, IT. Y

', family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00 and $2.60; European, SOcts flowed Into the dump soft gloom ,.. ... .. -," -- ...' -
and up. All cats form Union Station stop at the door. lug: Children.For WANT'Z.
"'\\'ay down upon the Suwanes. river, Wakeful IF YOU .
i. H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. Far, far away- a long time tho two year old child .. .
The --- -------- -
beautifully located Riverside same Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the Old Sllaa tuiiokcd. with cloned eyes, ; of I*. I,. McPherson, 50{ V. 10th Kt HurlUburg .
/ management. I hIs wife rocked placidly In the shadowof Pa would sleep but to or three
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and Lot
tho porch, Rockxena. sitting .Building
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hours In the ,early part of the night, ..
her tanned
JENSEN. upon the step, clasped ,
which made It hard for her .
very plll'ellti.lIer .
hands arid Inhaled the music.
"Carry Me Hack to Ole Vlrglnny" mother concluded\ that the child hud : or a lot with IIUIUHNO READY FOR. OCCUPANCY,
'.WAYSIDE INN, JENrsEV. FI.A. thrilled and ebbed nnd blithe "Nellie stomach trouble and gave her half of cO
Centre of ,
Pineapple Belt. Bly" followed, bringing her broom one of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Lc' UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT along. Then Silas slid stiffly from the Tablets, which quieted her stomach and I PINRAPll.K: PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,

I Choice location on the banks ot the Indian River. ]Near the ocean. Large: fence and shook his pipe ash Into a 'she slept the whole night throng. Two We probably. have for late just what you are seeking.

grounds with tropical folll\ge. Excelleo' ,fishing and hunting. Terms, $2 tuft of wet clover. "Sena," he called b'oxos of these tablets have effected a Settlers are .Hocking In but still there Is room. If vet
to '2,60 per day. /Special weekly rates. to bie daughter, "git Ag three tater permanent cure and she Is now well and you

CHAS M. COS8, Proprietor. I'm goln' to bed." itrong. For sale by all druggists and looking! this way' drop line to e

---, __. n__ Rocksena brought the three largest medicine dealers. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce.rre.Ident.
potatoes she could find and Agabua t
NEW YOKIC. !stowed then Into his pockets. JOT" OLD NEWSPAPERS For Bale, I LORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, .

Wben Agabua bad sung away atmnhel R'r.
at this office.
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of potatoes from Silas Weather on __ ._.._ ._ I -- -
I Hotel larlborough bee be naked the old man to throw In

bra daughter Itockftenu for good meas

I ure.
Broadway, 36th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. "AKubus Blglo" directed Silas, "you

l 400 Rooms 200 bath rooms, Lighted entirely) with electric lights. Con- shoulder yer rotten old banjer an' cut
ducted 00 American anduFoppap plans, and Is managed under the persona ticks.."
,I supervislog! 9f the owperlt
But. Uncle Silas, sbe""Cut r
Manager. sticks," repeated !Silas! sternly MIA
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"an never p'lnt! ycr toes down this boiler I j
ag'ln! er I'll throw you In the crick." ,-'

Hotel Vendome Broadway and 41st Street:! When the hunter's moon piled slider NEW IHYENTIOH. .t." .1,...,
sheaves under the trees Silas Weather
bee and his wife sat alone on their hop ," 1 ,
FIREPROOF. 300 and with baths and toile grown porch. Agabus, the banjo and
rooms, en private
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms 1.SO( ; large rooms $2' and with \the potatoes were Ion -nnd Rocksena. Recently Patented all Over the \
private bath $2.50 per day and upwards. The management Is under the pet Silas smoked grimly lie missed the World.'I .
Bonal supervision of the owner. FRANK ORUEN Manager "Old Kentucky: Home" and the "Bu- ; '
wanes River." Ills wife knit spiritlessly +

KIAMESIIA LAKE N. Y. She missed the'girl.. The Walton. ,, n \;
In the spring came the great fresbet,
when Uooiie creek arose with slow. ri

I KIAMESHA LAKE, vicious! hissings and plunged foaming Self-Locking Tackle Block. '/ r ,

Kiamesha Inn SULLIVAN COUNTY, over Its banks. Its high tide mark: It II ,0, ,
flouted and. like a hungry beast, pll- '
NEW YORK. aged cornfield, truck garden and paLate Made.In varIou..hopes and sizes, of ..

patch The sluggish blooded old WOOD, IRON and liRONZE. Will

farmers set to work, with matter of work equally well with rope, chain or
This "Yew Rockledge" of the North. nestles] In the mountains by the fact patience, replanting. Silas Weuth- wire rope ,

side of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above sea level. erbee raged like Goose creek. '"Every Will work at any bight, np.Me down, /
darned! I'eurl tater In the county Hiked :-
horizontally, or at any angle and will
crick: be roar
Exquisite climate. All modern conveniences. Large airy rooms. ed.. up"I by gotta that pottered plant any old kind of top and lock al any point _.'!"r'/'y

Bowling Alley., Golf and :Tenni tat em tbl time Invaluable for every kind of buslns4 '.
And once again loose ,creek arowo where a block ls needed frequently saving I'

Most reasonable rates, with destructive a[.petite. A June flood the labor of one nun; or more ,",', I
came and the replanted field were an '
Nothing like It (or hanging or tretch .
bare a. a desert. -
. II. R SHARED, Proprietor. A drought followed the latter part ing wires.

1/,, of summer, and autumn found scanty I Address all communications to the
of One late sutumo t
Ingathering crops. *
day Silas Wmtberbee drove over Walton Self-Locking Block Co.

to see bU brother Simeon at Crab Hot- q '

JOB PRINTING low. Simeon was cutting sorghum ; R (Incorporated) ) a 6// I d, d{

cane. "Uottu live mostly on sorghum Office and Wareroom, I'll Atlantis Ave. ,
winter. One thingthey're'good
'lasses this
Near Rowe's Wharf, Elevated: Station 5t
// an" fillln';" h. philosophized h'( ,
"Cot any tatersr Asked Silas. BOSTON, MASS. ati :'i l i
Executed at the office of the "Not a tater; Goose creek; eat 'em l k I

alL tint your Sample Blocks can be seen at the AD-

"Naw. My ole woman's plum plnln" M'% .r TOOATC office TItusvlll;and at the store t p'' til gl !
away fee taters-glttln' gent an' pore a aI of S. D. Habbard A Co., Jacksonville. ,h +I"
M a
I I II Call and see these blocks wotklnsr.I .
,;"Look 'ere Bile. yea.!. mule" said

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'. EA4T COAST ADVUUATE. \IAY'20, 1904. t


: sr MORGAN & WALTON, I ., ,.


41 Weat Bay Street: .FIRE INSURANCE. ;

Largest stock in this section of country. ___
A TltUsvllIe. Fla.Repreaentlojt -
Established In 18118. .
y i Send for descriptive catalogue. ;Z -
: :

The A London & Globe ,
T Liverpool ,L ;
-- Insurance Co.

The Hartford Fins Insurance Cd.

c I FLORIDA MOTOR CO. The yKtna Insurance Co. '

The Continental Fire Insurance Co .,.n r r

DAYTONA, FLA. The Home Insurance Co of N. Y. '

AUTOMOBILES, and TIRES The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. ,I
The Pennsylvania.1 I Insurance Co. and its I THE $ B. HUBBARD CO.
,' .....In stock, also The Oeorgla Home Insurance Co. tact; but If there Is ( .

MARINE and STATIONARY GASOLINE The H'MjIiester-Oerroan IMur. Co.
contents of the safe
Norwich Union Fire In. Society. --d.C -:Ir3NTl5--:
ENGINES, Northern Assurance Co., of Eng. part of your onset), '

\ 1 DYNAMOS, Niagara Fire Insurance &>. Vie time may vanish ; Jacksonville, Florida.

MAGNETOS:: Fidelity Deposit Co., of Maryland
time. Insure
EVAI'ORIXERS, Sole Agent In Brevard County yourself, and. In case

P.\HK COILS for the get enough money to | WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICES.

N I .. and PLUGS New York Life Insurance Co. feet again.THELATE .

of 'all kinds. and are offering them for .. .
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? sale at... . . . .. . .... ...... . . '
PRIMARY, I made Ono of the beat ....'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y'Y"" ...... ...... .. ......... ,'Y'Y'Y T'Y

.GTVT : .. eounty has ever ,had,
I showed their al'pl' C
few Drmocmtlo Xxmutlv Committee Meets services. by easting (WO Mules for Sale.
;; i They have bargains In '
aDd Officially Count the Ballot. Brown. I'

'' KNOX, Brevard County Democratic Executive cutcuiT X )- '; ,

BUICK Committee met at the Court-bouse Tltusvllle
on Monday, to canvass the re This was another (
WHITE, turns. Mr. K B. liaulerson was In tbe great deal of Interest
Mules for
DE MOOY, chair, and other members of the committee was between A. A, ( ) Young Kentucky Sale.

ORANT-KERKLS, ,Wm.comprising II. Sharpe/ : Mesnrs K. L. II.Brown S. WII'I'IIams. sides incumbent I lost DU and time Dr.In B. : In prime order, kind and no bad habits.X .

:MARINE & STATIONARY ENGINES. L. Brady, II, U. Ilaidee, E. B. Arnold secure votes, and I
and !>.A. Cureton were present. like Trojans to get ; -X- .
Canvassing the returns commenced at ed Both are good: and
All Klnda of / /):
2 o'clock and finished adout 10MO: p. m., In Brevard county.
LATHE WORK and the result was as follows: ballots showed A A. Address Lock Box 161 ,

A Specialty. celved 4(15( ; votes; and
: STATIC SENATOR.! :323, a majority of 140 Melbourne, Florida.
remains In his old-thnu ,i ; '
Stockton was In the lead with 416
Write for Prices and Terms. .

Call, 20.Tallaferro. j/ ..
..:JEI.. L. MX :::>"w.t '. and Stockton will run In M. Goldmnlth and -- -
the second. primary, and we predlolTallaferro the candidates tor I hi .N.N..N.N..ON.N..N.NNO.NN..NN.INN
will be In the lead with n big/ former deleited the I i A. Morgan proprietor K. n.'Buk.waMl' ', Rfl, Uterml DruKBUt.; J '
majority over Mtixikton. The vote fur N4tlll'ally, Mr. U,1I141111 i : i
t the three candidates throughout the lateluver the rusult. i t
state stood as f..lowA: I ;

: r Tallaferro . . . . 22,119 SCHOOL 1I\JI'JCJII, : JL j
Stockton and 1 Jennings combined :21,1113\ : This political, rnue I RED PHARMACY
,4 1 great: Intel eat, and I "( 1 j jIB
Tnllaferi'o's majority over both :lClfJ< that John It Walker ,

Call; . . : .', 1,188 the rear, other said he /
jorlty of Item .0 to I'M' ) TirUSVIMJE, KLOKIDA.
CONUHK8KM, ent, J. E. Full The
Barre received J17 vote, Clark 230; ballots un )Monday told' -A Complete Stock of-
Alexander, 137; Dougherty; : ; Watson, It. Walker received 480 ,
20. Fultz, 381, a majority .. ; : : (
1,1, OOVKIINUH. Is, undoubtedly, a 1; ftf Prescriptions Filled. With the
I .
\ Brown lead with n7f votes; Davis; 244; satlsfaotorllly. to the ; i TtiiioHt 'areand' Promptitude." '
) ;c,... .. think \V..lkttl'-wbo
i rIIi Broward, 215; Mays,8L man of Brevxrd WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE CS TRIAL ORDER
and will\ their
Davis Broward
'Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, try and chairman! of the :: ( .. .. Brushes
strength In the second primary, and public Line of O1l/ar"S: IItluo..r>, School Supplies, Puifumer.v, ,
: Ales Stout Etc. opinion Davis will be way aheadof Council, for inanv.years \ Articles :Shoulder: Braces, Fine On tidies, and !all other articles kept
'1 orders! says the emergency Here' by lI -to.d"te drug store
tJT"8eod: me your Broward. Congressman Davis has i
In perintendent of Public We give prompt !and careful attention to all mail orders.
!OTTU8VILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. opened Jacksonville' a campaign, which Is In headquarters charge/ of Mr. I of may Brevai-it he make a good board."I! .........N...........$4..............NN......

Nathan II. Moragne. lie says he will county : ; -- -
J. iE4. MOB LEY not be so quiet In the race this time, but COUNTY : '
ZT3RPs.::: c'Y' dz :eeO:
will snake it moat vigorous; flght. He l _,
TITUSVILI.E, FLA. will undoubted! win in the second primary In the let dllltl'lctY. :
1 Contracts for all kind of 1'alntlng Kalomlnlng for li la s>tld that all the old Ex 0.11. Nuumau by III) ,
/ /
/ Staining. "Flnlithlng and Paperhanging Confedeiatea, who supported Mr. Brown, 2U4.cast\ were Walker: tar takes the : ; ; GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
will cast their votes for CongressmanD.ivls .
/ at the moat reasonable price who In HO Kx-'onfederate) soldier. his brother, John K PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
; consistent with good woikmansblp, I Among those whom Brevard county ing/ W. It. Walker did' exclusively the above line of goods'and solicit. the trade of all consum
r votes, he did : for prices Grain and all Groceries delivered at etatlon.
All Work the East Coast people are mostly Interested In are the us on your-
on following: close m ijorlty.: Many L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
v quainted with Mr. (
Is Especially Solicited. JUDOS OF CIRCUIT OOUHT. make good! and true mot know what you want and /get my vard County GOLDSMITH
Judge M. S. Jones had no opposition
'W E. : : : :
; estimate on It. Prompt attention for judge of the Seventh:: Judicial Circuit The second l district' Is ,
all work.
given to !! and he received Ml votes. opposition.resented by John Our K... : ; -Dealer In--

STA.J.IC 8EN ATOR. 530 for him with '
; F. 11[. Hudson was way ahead of Sams. The :3rd district bad ; ,
Mr. Hudson received !517 votes, while petition. It "t>" PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS. ;
TIN' COPPER AND SHEET IRON Mr. M. S. Sams got 284, a majority of John unit, the present TITUSVILLE .- FLORIDA.
WORKER. 933: : votes In Brevard. In Dade county, Houston. The
F, M. Hudson received 0
Plumbing, Pump Work ripe Fitting. :S.: Sams': fi ; 'RIVER ICE FACTORY.
son's majority to 27(1: ( In both counties. /
Tills: was quite' an exciting race.UKPUKHKNTATtVE. TITU.VVILLE: FLA.
The 4th dldI'ldt was
TANKS MADE TO ORDER : "a hot shop. This to furnish Ice In any quantity\ -hacked or loose. Special attention f
test tights In, the paid sacking: / for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto. t
Your 1'atronage Is t olloited.COCOA Claude Olmatead was tbe people'sprimary. tween John, C. Jones, T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. '
choice In thht He polled 403:
FLA. CunimUal.iner, and 1 J .
votes, shlleJ. M. Onoan received only
Bit much
F 270.:! ponent.was heaped :: oor .land "oP1XI.: : : O"OV FraX1.cs.

Stanley I<:clung COUNTY JUROR Jones that the upon people | i
Judge A. I). Penney had a "walk. gum/: ed with U, and are making hundreds of frames every month for tbe leading contractor
Dealer In- over." lie had no opposition, and re- was held they plainly i \ should make them for YOIi.V.. do It cheaper and better.
p ,
calved 50) votes. plensure by giving: Mr. : Improvement is .

Tobacco and, Pipes, Caudles Drinks.Fancy China This was another office where there by vote the for will:Mr.\ of Jones tbe and you should insist on getting these In your frame
Temperance you have any building to do, write
was 00 opposition, and E. W. Hall, the The &th district had
The following brands of cigars delivered present Incumbent has been going Bell suits the people In / EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
at $2.23: : per box of M:
around with a merry looking countenance they returned him to General office EAU GALLIE KYards .
flumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos for some time past lie was well 54!) vote ;, at Tltusville Eau Gallic Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-
Cremo, Cubanas, I'ohalwkl. remembered by the people, who gave COUNTY

flinch Cards, 5o.() ; Hand Made' Palmetto him 505 votes. J. O. Files, the
Hats, :2fto.STUARTr .
who Is well to
FLORIDA. beat his J'JTICE.
There wan no need for John Henry to surveyor, \
worry over the treasurer's office. lie had by 174 votes. The .
I no opposition; and even If be had, the for Fries,474; Swain, 3(
Robbins & Graham
people would have placed him In that
position, ns his record for correctness CIJOOLBOA.RIJ : :: : and Growers of Pineapples and 4

(Inoorporned.) and honesty is well known throughout/ We understand that :
the To show their appreclatlon .
t, PAID UP CAPITAL $:J5,000.00.This county. cast for him. let the highest; vote : ,
tWO votes were
Before purchase
Board membership In : you your Paper for
company owns thus avoid the question
TAX A88KSSOB.!!! |
In the June primary it will to write for
31A. IfcT 3D S ,
There was a bill fight. on for this oltice, A. J. Carter of the pay you us
.L the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. and votes.every There effort were was four made candidates to secure for had no opposition (); and prices. AVc can furnish you

Lucie River; at Now River and on Bay the office who received votes. follows: Geo. F. Kpsey, II. F.

Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. ;McMillan, 222: ; Farmer, 2M: ( ; Mitchell E. Mini were the grades and different colors.
district. !Mr Ensey
203; Sanders, :201! MoMlllan and Fan ;

Send for Land List. mer their will strength ban for the the pleasure office at of the trying second Uardesty Mr. Hardeaty thus 21:111 takes: ; Mr. saved in buying is .

Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. primary on June 7th. They are vacated by :\1 r. R. N

both good men, so good luck to the win said member that of Mr.the Hordesty School : :. .l\CONEY: : : l\I:_&DE.> .
Bros. ner. This was a battle royal.
Hodgson The race for Assessor will be run In well educated and : us
the second primary by W. A. Farmer man.. Many friend of \ \ ;
INDIAN RIVER KLA. and P. A. MoMlllan. Both have a however, regret to see '
E.AU OALLIE strong TxTE1
:J.A.PE: : ::>
following in Urevard county. Mr. Far on the Board, as he cc ..
Marine Railway. mer is losing no time In making a strenuous the betterment of tbe Office. Atlanta. Oat
he has
_ I General Merchants and Ship Chandler canvass, for be was out at La U range county*since
I ..Special Facilities.. and Minis on Tuesday, Interviewing/ the The 3rd district race : : -:::
I voters, and spent Monday and Wednesday D. Edwards and J. M.
For Hauling Out, Storing and, Repairing : In Titus ville. seems to have been
Yachts and Launches. SHERIFF.Jos. renal throoKnout talking/ i i PRINTING OFFICE

Hantlon the ADVOOATS when writing. P. Brown still remains sheriff of ers, which. made a :
Brevard County. It would have been a The votes as counted ; ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING -
MS OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, waste of money and time to oppose him. Edwards 230; Orrel \ :
.c heap, at this office. 'I It Is generally admitted that: be has will have a seat on the .. :. CHEAPLY and EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICEe


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