East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
Uniform Title:
East Coast Advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
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3 v. : ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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"And Toplcn of General Interest. Preparatory to our Usual Yearly' Send In your orders for Clothing: In ]{lIne's Clothing, and
Inventory of Stock. Piiriilslihitf Department. I mock \Kind In Indian lllver Narrows, on 7th
Shoes, Shirts, Hats, Pants, Hosiery, page

Reading notice ads are ten cents Wei,, offer everything/ ID the Department Underwear, Collars, Outfit, Dolts, Suspenders Men's Negligee Shirts, famous Lion Peninsular, opposite .John's Island, "III l The ADVOCATE Is on file at all the
lease In lots of 10 or more on fill
,peg line on this pane. Store at Cost for Caah. Any Item Trunks and Suit Cases. Brand, new and up-to-date designs, best hotels In Now York, city

THE ADVOCATE, charged dining this sale will be chargedat Always on hand a complete stock of special, f.OU.White \ lowing terms: !
Shirts with cuffs and Tenant to clear land and set out I III The Seaside Inn, Daytona Reach, U
1.50 per annum, In advance. the regular pi'Ice. every thing new and strictly uptodatethat Negligee ,
.7:> six months, Sale begins: Saturday:' May lth! IPGt), meu and boys wear. collars attached, latest novelty for sum citrus trees to be furnished by o..nerTo open and toady to entertain guests.:

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries and will continue through to Saturday Also, complete stock of Hue shoes for mer, special,0.\ : cultivate and care for trees. five yeai' .. Manager Bert J. Holt, of the Breakers,

When you subscribe for the ADVO- night, June Dth. Indies, misses and Infants. Our leader Men's 2 .ln. Umbrella, made of an excellent Gardening land on his own account durIng Seabrcieie, says' everyone who comes to
by the It does not cost you silk natural wood the time. At the end of live tears.
ATE year No exceptions will be made In ladles' shoes-Queen Quality. quality gloita his house this. summer, may. rest assured
hree cents per week, postage included. every handle worth .50() special fLM(). the tract will be divided between ovtne,'
Item goes-dry /goods, shoes, clothing, PKNHKY & BKANSIIO'S: : $2 and tenant they will have an enjoyable time.
Note date of expiration printed upon Up-to-date Clothing house, Men's white Linen llnudeichlefs, spec I
caps, gents' furnishings, furniture,
i This Address "Proposition. ," Mr. J. D. Price, ono of the managers
week. ,
our paper or wrapper every Titusville, FloridaMr. la), Sets each
Jam receipt for your money. No need etc. Mall orders always. receive our careful Care AIWOOATK:, of the Mount Washington and Mount

'for us to send receipt subscription.. Come early and bring your cash.Don't . E. B. Arnold member of lirevarJ and attention. MalSJunl Tltusvllle, l'la.Mr. Plennnnt hotels, Bretton Woods, N. II.,
t The date gives; It to you. miss this oppOl.tunlty-The only returned his home
---------------- Wednesday, to at
School Board callerat Junt'8 KLINE
was a pleasant
ADVOCATES for sale at the Red' chance for a year to purchase. /goods at this office on onday. Tltusvllle" Fla. I and Mis. T. A. Robinson, of Ormond, where his. brother-In law. Dr.

t";, Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. absolute cost. City Point, were recent visitors to town Pinkerton, has been quite 111 for several
This sale continues! only one more -County Commissioner J. R. Mlot,
of West -Mis. E.. E. Rulllns entertained her -\V.. call the attention of our rea<'er months.
Mr. C. C. Chllllngworth
week-till) Saturday night, June Oth. of Indianola, left here, Sunday, for San-
few Sunday School class on Monday evening to the new ad. of O. A, Stewart, Fire Cedar Cedar
Calm Beach, was In TltuBville a Yours for business. ford, to meet his brother, whom he had The aveuue, Daytona,
J' xftHys this week, attending to law matter JOHN R. WALKER & CO., not seen In :25 years. Reireshments were III order and much Insurance agent!, Tltusvllle, on our :.lit ably managed by Mrf. Win. Jackson, Is

\ lIIa sod accompanied him. Headquarters: TIIK LAHOK BRICK STORK.Tltusvllle enjoyed.Dr. page. a cosy, home-like! place, and will remain

v'r, -Your attention IK drawn to the new E. R. Blnkewood of the Red open nil the summer This house Is up.
County Commlisioner R. :Mtot, of Florid.Mr. -Mrs. John R. Walker, returned to ,
ad. of J. N. Robson Bon brokers and
r Indianola; andsuperintendentof Public I : Cross Pharmacy, left on Wednesday, for '1'Itla"lIIe.Vednesday, after a week or to-date every respect, and people who

Roads N. M. Fish, of Cocoa; were among Wade II. Jones. left for a visitto commission merchants Charleston, S. Osteen, and will probably return Io-day two.pent with her parents In Jackson ; go there once, generally go again. Try

the pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. C., who are soliciting your business. or to-morrow. Dr. B. R. Wilson Is fill. : vllle. Mrs. Walker was accompanied b1 The Cedars, Daytona.
Read the ad. 7th
on our
office on Tuesday. A. J. Lovelace, of Tampa, arrived page. Ing his place In the drug store. her mother, Mrs J. C. Swain.0. The old City hotel on Beach street,

NEW CABBAGE, New Irish Potatoes here, Tuesday, on a visit to her. ,Attorney Geo. M. RobbIns has beenat FOX RIVER and Four Crown Elgin W. Conner, the well known an.1 Daytona, Is a thing of the past, for It

and Squash at Wagoner A Co.'s. sister, Mrs. E. E. Rollins.Mr. Miami this week, attending to law Butter at Wagoner A Co. popular nurseryman, whose ad. can bread has been Incol>orated Into the !taleyhardware
matters. Master Rufus Robbins accompanied -
store. Mr. Geo. H. Matthews
Chas. H. Walton spent from Painters have been busily engagedthis ) on our 4ih page, is said to be .sellIng ,
: Miss
and htm.
-Dr. E. E. Rollins niece the genial manager, Is still on deck, for
Satuiday until Monday with Dr. F. II. week, painting the Indian Rive a large number of needles orange
Mamie Burt, left for Holly Springs N. he Is located In tbe house
now Daytona
Hough ton, at Daytona.Mr Attorneys Geo. A. Woiley, of Miami Yacht Club building and Mr. G. FDuren's trees The /rult, so repot says, Is ex- ,
C1. Miss Burt to
I on Monday. expects ; and W. I. Metcalf and 0.0. Curryof cellent. where h. says he will be glad to greet
return here In September, but Dr. Rol and Mrs. Chas.. B. Jefferson, of West Palm Beach, arrived In Titus- bouse on Julia' street. All the ]his old friends.
short time. carpenters In Tltusvllle are busy and DR. F. H. HOUGHTON, dentist, Opera
lins will only be away a Ilobe Sound, expect to leave, Sunday,
vlllo, Wednesday, to argue. law cases be. One of the largest hostelries In the
could do with
for their summer home at Sandwich we more, carpenters. house, facing Halifax: River Yacht
-Dr. W. S. Graham and sun, Robbln, fore Judge Jones
Keystone State Is the long and widely
Club Daytona. The Dentos. at 'ryler'swharf
Miss. DR. C. C. FEIGKL Dentist will be In ,
had been trip to ,
of Miami who on a
celebrated Hotel Walton of Phlladel-
Wilson will leave ,
-Mrs. Harry tomorrow IRth'- Fort Pierce. Dr. J. Edward
Tltusvllle June All
Klsslmmee aud Narcoosee returned vllle'a market has been well on l persons
Sanford, -Tltu fora delphia, which Is a twin of the Imperialof
morning, on the'early train, dental work should him Urich Is In charge of the Den toe.
to Tltusvllle on Monday, and left supplied, this week, with peaches, pineapples short visit to her 'mother, Mrs. J. S. needing give Philadelphia. During the lifetime of
next day for Jacksonville and other watermelons, cantaloupes, eto. Stewart, and friend, nt her old home In an early call. -Little Miss Frances Brower of Daytona tbe famous. Col. Robert Stafford, both

places. I' The strawberry, blackberry and mulberry )- Archer Fla. Mr. Wilson. will accompany -Mrs. Geo E. Eady, who has been a recently had a big birthday party, houses; were under the personal. guidance

*-Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Paterson, of season Is about over. his wife as far as Jacksonville.Miss resident. of Titusville for a couple of: and now ,Master Tom Brower tells. us hoI of this highly successful proprietor.
I will have than his sister
bigger on
or so, Is now visiting her parentsat a one Since his lamented decease both have
Cocoa, were pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE -Miss Ethel Wilson, who has been a years ,
Lola McGuire, who has spent July 2nd. But little Mlsa Amelia Laasi
>, Clearwater Fla. continued under the direction of Mrs.
office on Friday afternoon last. student at the Florida Female College!
the past winter In Tltusvllle, with relatives ter says she will soon have the biggest
Mr. Paterson l Is the senior member of at Tallahassee for the term returned Stafford, with a resident manager for the
past home -Capt. James Prltohard, president of!
left for her at Lakeland, last birthday party of all the little boys and
the fIrm of Johnson & Paterson, grocers, to the home of her parents. Dr. week, accompanied by her little nephew, the Indian River 'State: Rank, Tltusvlllo, girls in Daytona.Mr. Quaker City house. That veteran hotel

and came to Tltusvllle on btislnesH. and Mrs. B. R. Wilson, In North Titus-, Reynolds Pyles. Miss McGuire will return I was on the sick list with a bilious attack man, Gen W Swett, Is one of the recognized -
A. A. Stewart has growing In hustlers of Philadelphia and his
vllle Saturday night. for few but his. frleuds ,
Black who about here In about six weeks. a clays, are pleas
,-tlra. spent ed to him around the yard of his home place, In TltiiHvllle, style of doing things U In the highest degree
week. Tltosvllle last winter, DR. C. FEIGEL Dentist will be In see again.
six In C. ,
PIJOTOORAPIJAl1ltlnde of photographs several peach trees that are loaded with satisfactory to the public as well as
with her sister. Mrs. C. J. Denham, Is4pUe Tltusvllle on June 18th. All persona taken, In up-to-datestyle, from DO YOU WANT A SEA THIP ?-One line fruit An A DVOOATM representative to tbe proprietary control.

I < ill at her home in Charleston, S. C. needing dental work should. give him 1.75: and upwards. per dozen. Portraits first. class Round Trip Ticket, meals saw these trees and tasted the fruit, I
Mrs. Black made friends In Titus- an early call. and berth included for sale the The Oriental hotel, Manhattan Beach, C
many over
Crayon.Pastel, Water Color and which iss, proof that peaches can "be
villa who hope for her speedy re- S. S. Line J Fernandln< to New N.Y., which has been ably managed
" Mallory ,
-Mr, Harry N. Bnrbans, a popular Paintings at most reasonable. rates, grown hOlesucoe afully.
for Mr. Jos. Greaves
covery. York; cheap. Call, ADVOCATE ofllce!, many years ,
and well known resident of Jacksonville!, and enlarged from any small photo
Wanted-I.ady or gentleman of fair of lintel Alcazar, St. Augustine, la one
bIt. will be In the callers at this Babies taken as as a Tltuivlllo, Flu.
Dentist graph. quick
FEIGEL pleasant
C. C was among( /
I' educationto, travel for a firm of $250HH: ,( ), of the most exclusive hotels on that
18th. All office Wednesday. lie was on his wink. Call and see samples of our
Tltusvllle on June persons -Mr. Will Mathers, ono of the pop '
capital. Salary, 41,072: per year, payable coast. The situation of this hotel I.
needing dental work should give him way home from a trip to .West Palm work, and then you will know whatwe 'ular clerks In the grocery store of K.: L. wuekly. Expenses advanced.. Address, unequalled, and the service excellent.

an early oall.Commenolng. Bench and Miami In the Interest of the can do for you. Brady A: Bro., Tltusvllle, left Saturdayfor '
Geo. G. Clews, Tltusvllle) Fla. W 2 The Oriental hotel Is every season the i
Must.Quit-lT Manufacturing Co., Jackfconvillo H. FAUST, Tltusvllle, Kla.Miss his summer vacation. He will visit '
Monday last, June 4th, resting/ place for men of business, who,
former Issue of the AitvuOATH
of which }he Is a member. Mr. his a
parents at Kan Gallle before goingto
the mall service on the Tltusvllle-San- Grace Lalnhart of Palm Beach Ind In Its convenience to New York, Its
referred 1C.
we to> Conductor'
Durban says that although his companyhas aod Miss. Crocker of Seabreeze two Jacksonville! and other points and Its
double exclusiveness air
ford branch, was made a daily the as about to relinquish his position bracing ocean
making '
service. This will be a great convenience only being time thousand them teachers at Rollins College; were the -On Wednesday evening, at St. Andrews to look after his tine orange and grapefruit the Ideal location In which to live dur-
short of/(
to the people living on the branch bricks a guests of Mrs E. E. Rollins and Miss church, Tampa, Miss Mabel Jennie at Quay Wednesday's. log/ the hot summer months. Concertsand
grove ;
sold tl.iily. It a good: thingto
are being
line, as they will be able to order goods: have ,Florence Col mar, at luncheon, on Mon Altree, a former popular resident ofntusvllle He. Augustine Record says: "Conductor I operas are given dally, while every

from Tltnsville and receive them the have In the house, whether you day. Miss\ Crocker Is the Dean of Rol- was married to Mr. Thomas Copeland has resigned his position with night there Is a bountiful display of fire-
la the house not. Be
name day. mosquitoes Ins College. Mbey are both talented Gilbert Uetherlngton, of Boston. The the Florida. East Coast Railway, and has works. Manager Greaves. I III the right
for the mosquitoes.
Wednesday's Halifax Journal, Daytona prepared young ladles, and left for West Palm wedding presents were numerous, useful returned to his homt at Quay.' He was man In the right place, for he Is always

Beach on Monday and l ornamental. some of them being doing something to please/ hU guests,
the main from here to l'
of on run ,
says: "Editor Chas. II. Walton, JCodak Picture Developed. .
the ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle, gave the FURN11URB:, DRY GOODS, SHOES. quite costly.\ The happy pair have gone has been with the railroad fifteenears. -" - ---

Have seen the premiums to be on a honeymoon trip to New' York, Boston ." Orange luii, Aslievlllc.
call Mon
Journal" sanctum a pleasant on Every owner of a kodak will be well
and Canada., We tender -
hearty congratulation -
day.' Mr.' Walton is ,a good: friend of repaid for dropping us a postal for our given; away with every CASH pur. -Mr. J. II. McUlnley, of the firm of
Nice elevated veraada. Good
of '1.00 !? IN TilE pleasant
chase or more
and the beach and has advertised work and .
Daytona latest price list for kodak our WINDOW. --- -- -- McGlnUy Ilros. Co., the noted awning rooms and table; modern conveniences;
both places very extensively liberal advertising offer for this month. makers of West !Palm Beach Sb'
Lumber at Reduced Price wan n rates reasonable. Mrs. J, E. Booker, :22: '
Pictures Cut Glass Vases
through: the columns of his paper.- The Kodak Co., etc guest of the Indian River hotel I, Titus- Ashevllle '
street N C. -12-1
Orange .
sell PARIAN house -
The residents of Daytona, Seabreeze and Box 31, Jacksonville, Fla. I paints.CHAS. To reduce stock beforetakinglnven- vII Ie, a few days this week.! He gave the _____ ___ __._ I 1
A. GARDHIK 'Phone 31.
Daytona Beach treat the ADVOCATE tory,-we will make a discount of ten percent ADVOCATE office a pleasant call yeitei- City Hotel Notice.

editor so cordially, that he always feelsa Bargains at Prltcliard's.' on all housn bills ordered between day, ere leaving for home, and said l he I

pleasure la saying something good I)o You Want it Mule ? June 1st and July/ 1st, for stock to be hell been kept busily. engaged In n law We have moved to No. 1.1': Orange t
I ..)bout the above picturesque and popular This I I. warm weather and you should Four good young/ Mules for sale. delivered from yards at Tltusvllle, Fort case while in Tltusvllla. Avenue, Daytona, which was formerly

J resorts. enjoy life, and you will If you buy an Ice Apply to PnirtiiKTT Buos.Tltusvllle Pierce or Eau: Gallle, on orders of $.101'or the Daytona (louse "Dad" U still on i ideck

Cream Freezer aDd an Oil Stove Fla. more. Notice. end will be looking for his old

DANCE NOTICE. :2 qt. White Mountain Freezer fl.75 Terms: rash with order. patrons, and can serve them much better -

:3 J le $1 .S .4 $:i 00 Fruit and Vegetables /:1 3 East Coast. I.umber A Supply Co. Iloglnnlng June l.Vli: 11JW, John R. than at the old stand. '

There will be a' dance In the Opera 4 a u I.1.2S: Walker A Co.. Tltusvltlo, will close their Yours for !business, .I

House, Tltusvllle, Friday evening, June 0 .. .. $3,00 Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of The Cleveland Llglit. tore at 7 p in. every evening Httnrdayexcelled. tf Gao H. MATTHEW.
8th. All are cordially invited to attend. '
2qt. O. K. Freezer $1.73 Bay and Julia streeta, Jacksonville, '
4 $J.50 Fla., always bring good results. Their The brightest light of the :20th Cen- The Walker Hardware, Co.'will, also, Property to Lease. ',,, '

Walker Hardware Co. 0 H .. j.1.60g : facilities for handling Pineapples, Grape- tury. Simple, complete, elegant, no lose. at the sumo hour; and -

a >. .tOO fruit, Oranges and Early Vegetables can trouble, no dirt, durable and guaranteed. The Walker Grocery Cu. will close at The famous Hector Island Property, 4,

The hot weather is here and you The best Blue Flame 011 Stoves on the not be surpassed. This Is one of the Teat It thoroughly and If not surerlor 8 o'clock p. m. on Indian River, at Melbourne, Fla.. 'I

ilould treat your wife to a new, Quick market, are quicker than gasoline and oldest and most reliable houses In this to, and cheaper to operate than any We realize our help can (serve us consisting of 12: room Hotel and Clubroom

meal Gasollnn Stove. It Is too hot for not dangerous. It Is worth a trip, to state. Try them. Igbt you ever saw, return It, and money better If they am ,allowed a little recreation 7 room Bungalow, and 3 room r rCottage.

her to have to stand over that old wood town to' see'one burn. ------- will be returned. Catalogue on appli/ through the hot summer months Fine situation fora hunting,

stove. 2 burners . . . . , .$1.1 4) Wood for Hale cation. hence this action. This ruling wilt last thing" fir yacht club.. Fine harbor.

Then too. you should buy a White :a burnera, . , . . . . .'11./10 C. Cor.M.: ritusvllle, Fla. until Oct. lit, It/**'!. With service of family of three, as i'

Moubtain Freezer, and make your own JAS. PBITCHABDjl: Sos: Pine or oak, any length. Also plow. Agent for Brevard County We give the public notice ahetd, that keeper, sreward and waitress, by the ,

ice cream to suit your taste. Tltusville, Fla. ing aDd harrowing. See or address J. our customers may be prepared, to make former Game Warden of tbe ( u..peakeClub

All kinds of Hardware,Tinware,Glasswar W Jamison Tllusvllle Pla For Hale. their purchase early of Kocklund county, Nsw York.

*. Chinaware Paints, Oils Ship For Kent. Jon R WALKEH, Expert guide, boatman and dog trainer ; '

Chandlery, Engine and Launch Fix- Groceries-Clieap. At Mlcco, Fla., 00 acres of floe timberland TItiisvllle. Kla., General Manager. Fine fishing, hunting and boating ;
tares, etc.F.verythlag. The Taylor cottage, furnished, from II at tlO.OO per sere; also three acres May 31, lIIOIJ.: Addrcs* owner, W. NIELSES, 1

you need In our line, and May 10th, for Bummer season. Terms, If you wish to save money on groceries, at Eau Galll Good farming land. Brevard Co. Melbourne Fla, '

at right prices $10.00 per month. etc., try an order at tbe Peacock Grocery Reasonable terma.CH U' YOU WANT TO BUY OR SELL

I WALKER, HARDWARE Co.Titusvllle F. M. TATLOH, Store, TltusvllU. Everything fresh fJ. T. Mc Union:, Real Estate on Indian River, apply to FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ,y, as

Fla. TItosTllle, Fla. and up-to-daU. 14may3mo Melbourne, Fla. Judge D. L. Ganldeo, TltusTllle, Fls.. remember the ADVOCATE office {

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Free and I'e'. It. Rlnclnlr o? the Columbus Four Centuries After.If .
II I San FruuclHco Yacht club was the first we ever establish Columbus day A CRITICAL PERIODIHTELLIGENTWOMEN '

Accepted Masons. I to rtmllzu tho iioHsllillltles of tho prize among our national feasts It IM net 1JEE1 -w--r .'L'C:1T1SELFLOCKING
\\ /tz'/
,i ; \\11\ going way from the const and entered likely that May :..W, the date of Cohlln-

=a"J.l'.1 his schooner Lurllne In the contest. bus' death in l.'tiHI. will be fixed upou PREPARE

-"'" On her IMIHIH the hopes of the California
are The date of his birth Is unknown
Indian .. No. 00 Dangers and Pain of This Critical Period
"_. ",' yuchtHuicn. Oct. 21 was. the day land was. dlHoovered Avoided by the Use of Lydia B. Pink.
River ./' TltusvllleLodge. There Is another yacht In the race lu the western hemisphere\ hence barn's Vegetable Compound.
however, which those In the east believe - -
Is the date that means something lu :
all the
Florida will prove faster than How many women
Holil IMineBliiinntlmmiiiiiiHlnnil fourth Wednesday others. Kim U. tho Anemone, owned the history of ('01 11111 bll.... The death realize that IT

iif ...u-h month. In the Miwonlo TmiiiTltiM '" by C. L. TutlA. She will ny the flag of I of the discoverer Aiuerlm, la worth! the most critical '

'Ilia, .t 1 ::Jo..k. p." in. the Now York Yacht club. John Mur- I recalling on the fo ir hundredth, mini period in a wo-
F. A. MiirRnn. Womhlpfiil man's existence
John It Waller, Itanlur Wanton rll1I.'hell: was I Ir former owner. versury, of that event bvniiiM of the
IMiiMp/. W. ItiilmrM. .Junior War . life and that the ,
.it..Carrutliern F. Dnran. Trasnurar.I. Hworetary.A. t\\. .10 net tons nnd 112 feet over all. to whom the world owes no much, who + ; :. anxiety felt by ;
I>. 1'olinev. Senior l>oa ferny i). WMltuu..lltnlnr. litmoon.O. the was HO worthy of all happiness and women as thin '
'. If. Walton. Hdiilof 1 Ht. w"ru.| but sho Is a splendid sea boat. If reward yet who died lu sviirlty: ', auc 1 time draws near .ACKLE: : :: ::
M. $. Bum, Junior' I J. Jt. Walker, <'hiiiilaiti.. wrathful the Aueinoiio would revelIn even the renting place of his usher Is Mrll reason ? .

V. A. UMlHy Tylur. It. uot positively known. If her system Is In a deranged condition ,.. fe

1 The race which will start from roliiiuhiiM did not realize even remotely or she Is predisposed to apoplexyor <

INDIAN CHAITKK ><>. "7, Melgg's wharf In Sun Francisco on the grandeur of hill discovery congestion of any organ, it Is at this : $

", ROYAL ARCH MASONS. :May 1U and tlnlsh off Diamond )Head or perhaps liu would have turned his time likely to become active and. witha ,It
of Irritations make lifea 1r\V
menu Tim Indian the I Unit River I Woilnmilay:;I fhiniuir: : of, l Itoyal each: .: month* rrli I Miuum at the llKhthoiiHe at Honolulu will\ take the talent In another direction and, In amore host burden.nervous ,:SLOC _

>>I011101''Ila., ] I'ontvstantH'" across the t\'oplcullutltl1dell enduring manner l Identified. him At this. time also cancers and tumor
The following/ are the olllier of tills (>h"I'18r1M. and the SiiiiHliIno belt of tho 1'11<.'1111', of 1uew are more liable to begin their destructive
R. Rama, Kxriillent!: II lull Trlant. and live elltl'hIlIIvo. been attracted. self with the opening up work. (Such warning symptoms. asa
J. R. Walker. Klnif. world. I It Will part of the contract
R. AiulrowH.' Hiirlba.H. Besides Iji I'alomu. the Lurllne uud sense of suffocation, hot flashes, dizziness -
: It. WilHim, Twutniw.P. the Anemone there are James V.Culemau's between the adventurous 1I1I110r'lIud headache, dread of impendingevil

A I.....,"10'. Prlunlpal Hojimrner.ll which will also struggle for the hurls heir should be admiral forever pitation of the heart, sparks before the
( K I'rltchett lUiyal Arch aptuln.K. eyes, irregularities, constipation variable
I t II M. Tavlor: Miwler, of Third V. prize. ? over all land discovered, viceroy anti appetite weakness and inquietude I. a new and great Invention it saves time, money and labor. It will work;:
L T. N. AVftllor, Mn_lr of Ronond V. The coursu the yachts will cover Is royal patentat
i of Clr t V. governor. This sweeping! are promptly heeded by intelligentwomen U for the to slip
1 U. A. Htowurt AliMtfir Ideal. There are no tog, bleak windsor horizontally, upside down or :at any angle. It Impossible rope
world led to nmbl- who approaehingthaperiod
I.J'nnlMaeuthici.OItIEli of the
J. that are
when locked and lever attachment la used in this device
Icebergs to eudaiiMTer and harass. the DO or trigger rope
I which proved tho of life when woman's great change
WII rluerM. 1 Hiring tbo mouth of :May tlons and Jealousies mar be expected.We There Is only one hoist, loiter" nod lock the load and it Is impossible for the rope to

: OK KASTKIIN STAK. the trade wludanliuoxt. Invariably blow destruction'of Columbus. He bellevetlthat I believe Lydia E. PInkham's Vegetable Jam or chafe, and there-Is nothing to get out of'order' In this original tackle block.

. VrlomlHhlp' I rhHit' | r, No."I II,!linlila Ita nicetinit' and true with little chance of he hail $lugAy'htl'o\'l'1'c the coast Compound Is the world's greatest *
In the l :idun: : ; : : I on the strong I May be seen at the AWVOCATK ofiloe Tltusvllle; The S. B. Hubbnrd Co., or
third .. saln month 8(101( should make nnd that to continue voyaging: remedy! for women at this trying
One anil .I.u. .... each" at : calms ami all the boats of Asia I E. O. Painter' Co Jacksonville. '
r. in. The following are the ofllnvn, of the good runs. It will bo "ii wet sheet and westward would take him to the Kant ,. period.Lydia. ,
haptertMra.O.| K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
u Uonlutf stm. It wind that follows Indies. to Japan and Cathay. It was
M. Roliblim W, M. I pound Invigorates and strengthens the
John It. Walker' W. I'. fast, say the coastwise sharps. there that he expected to find l the treasure Female organism and builds up the
ABiiiM'lat' M. the arrival of tbo In Honolulu . .
MtaaCktlierinHHaiiK' Ou yachts him and his weakened other w '..
'Wllrt. inniliifitrem.Ml which would enrich nervous system as no r t.
J\II.* Kate "''' \f
tho and will\ be
Kauilern. A oolate Con. owners guests medicine can. .
** .liiwlii' and The Spanish colonists
' MICA 7."nill.. Htewnrt ITemurrr.Mr royally entertained. It Is proposed to king qiivtMi. Mrs. A. }:. G. Hyland, of Chester-
Wile.,,,, encretary.Mrs who hud been left III the West Indies
K. A.Mortfun, Kuth.Mm. give tho visitors an old time lima, or town, Mil.' in a letter to Mrs. I'iiik-
) J. R. Walker.' Ada Hawaiian feast, and they will be Introduced rebelled on account of the hardships of ham, says:

Mr.. M. A.Horliiutnoiir' Marina.Mm. to "pol" tho Hawaiian's staff life there and their failure\ to reach the Oar Mm. IMnkhsm I
J. Kline, Ki t r.Mr
*.J. l>. Hunts, M,,1011I. of life-Unh. KIIIIIO/ pig' bread anti< promised 101 Dorado. At one time Co- "I had been suffering with a displacement
t'ha. *. II. WHlum Waiiler., fruit-cooked underground. It will be In Irons by an agent for:years and. won pawing! through!: the changeof !
.. ', \Hnnlliiel.II. lumbii was put
J. I ( arriitliom. life. I had A good deal of soifmetta, duuey
It. WIlHon, Mitrnlml.Oeo. the character of cntertalmneut formal of the king at tho Instigation of enemies spells, bendacne, and wan very nervoun. I
M. Iliilililim, Chaiilaln.CAMP- ly offered by the kings"" and queens of who were Jealous of his authority wrote you for advice and commenced treat .
Hawaii\ to favored visitors. : mentwith Lydia E. 1'inkham's Vegetable r''
141.MuiiM and privileges.Although / Compound an you directed, and I am happy
TITJI'J\'JILE NO. AH they have soil able little yachts
the king promisedto t.o nay that all\ those. distressing symptoms left
t. Is In lI'1wl1lIt\ Is proposed) to have a ) me, and I have pawned safely through the THIS sHOws "
ny race around the Island of Ouhu, on restore Columbus! to full authoritylu change of life a well woman." THE FRONTOF

tJ which Honolulu Is situated In which the new world ho failed to do BO,' For special advice regarding this Important -

tile island craft can compete with the and the deposed admiral started out period women are invited to THE ,

I'aclnc coast visitors. The distance Is ugaln to find the westward passage write to Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass WALTONPAT. I

120 miles with running, reaching and through the continent to the coast of She is daughter-in-law of Lydia E. THESE ARE-OUR
which will the different Pinkham and for twenty-five years has BLOCK
treating, bring out PATENT
Asia. He was even denied the privilege been advising sick women free of LONG-
of \ and make the
points Nulllug of landing( / In the Spanish:: colonies charge Her advice Is free and always ROLLER BEARING
most exciting content ever Hailed In tho
every flrat anil. third Monday In each& Islands. In tills race there will\ bo ho hnd founded to rent his ships and helpful to ailing women. SHEAVES.
month at p. m., Chirp! at the ManouluTemple. e d
:: after narrow from shipwreck
about u dozen yachts of all rage" and em-ape '

ConMil Coiiinmnilflr. . . . ......A." INtnnciy sl/es participating. iTo and from death at the hands. of tbe SALE. i..
dvl..I.I..uI..n.. . ._. . . .. ,.I.R.WaakerRanker FINE PROPERTY FOR
... . .. . . . . ...W. It.Walker make things even more Interest- native lio returned to Spain to find
Kxoort: .. ... .. '. ... .II Manilavllie. lug u cup will !bo offered for n race toLaliulna his befit friend nt court Queen Isabella -
Clerk .... . ... .. .. .. . . ... .J I. Carnithnn
Watchman. ... . .... . .. .... J.N Waller on the Island of Maul sevenS dead and King. Ferdinand deaf to IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND
Gentry... .. ... .. *. . .. . .. J !>. Knnts y-flve mlle from Honolulu. This Is a
lreatoni. ... . ... .. .. . .. ........t.VwllnonIt I courts channel aud all appeals for the fulfillment of con DADE COUNTIES.
It ryleeand I I H Norton up requires someIenting tract.: After two years of \Illness humiliation LAND FOR SALE M. Inoleendlada .
CampPhynlulan . .. .. . .. .: K.K Hoi: .Mm, and will bring out the close -. .,.
end despondency Columbus counties Ilpl1ellI'I"n..f| landVest:
All vlHltlnit: Woodmen are cordially Invited tottonil muled work; of the yachts. Another of northeast mill of sour h ." k pc
: : !fj J 4 went Jj -
nieetlnic died lu humble retirement at Vallado-
luau will be held at Lutmiua. After motet 4 see 10, township. :32. laiijie :HI),

Ilr, viewing various points of Interest lld. 1111( 20 lOCI() acres, M. l.uclt'l"onnIY. -
ashore u visit to Haleakalu, the largest A provision In tho will\ of Columbus bleat of noalhaesi' 34 and, west !Ja d

extinct volcano which towers over 10,- started his remains upon a Journey rfs..ritllwest3jsec. ><*>, Kiwiishlp{ :yj!:.! i10L \. 1

(KH feet from the 111'11. tho yachtsmen which led to. the uncertainty of his range 30, Kit) screw, St.' l.ucle county ( )
rI Northeast' S4 of .southeast J 4' vro. 3,
rill" will embark for n run to Hllo, the city last matter that will .
resting place, u
wiiNhl MS south 41
|I' lunge east; .
., IN rat UCcESSF'Ly' of second Importance lu the Isiundif.lrrolll' ,
I probably never be cleared up. lie close to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation -
llllo the sailors will journey to
asked to be> burled the city of Santo on !Ht. Luile I Liver ; 10 sores,
the greatest active volcano In the Dude
Domingo I uud his remain were presumably county
world, Kllaueii. Also, the noriheUHl 14; of northeast.
transported there In 1337: for fi, neo, 18, township 3.S south, range ,

The Home Not s, Hack Number burial I III the cathedral/ of Santo )Domingo 41 east ; on south fork of int. Lucle

i1'S --y Not alone III number. !but In market Meanwhile\ a splendid\ tomb liver; 40 acres Dade county Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves. I
,value tho horse has held Its own In the had been built for the1' great discoverer Apply to W, A. HAI.L, Stuart Kin.
United Status since the craze for auto- near Seville, lu Spain with an Inscription ,.

..cTINYSLOOP'S nolillos. ciuuo In. Even though the use which\ attested that for Castile WILLIAMS KIDNEY 1M LLS

of the auto IH Increasing"" It must still and Leon Colon (Columbus) discovered. l Have you neglected, your Klilnejs
(Iluvejou. overworked your nervous s> sem .
1,1'> net down us u uo'elty.wblch. cannot a new world." canned
and trouble with jour Kid- - --- ------ ------ ..
:.uiiHly compete with Us equine rival It was. part of tho purpose of the neyeand Bladder ? Have you pains In I.

:VS own Held. Flush times In money family of Columbus-that Is, his. daugh- the loins, Mlile. back, (groins Rod bladder ?

., 1'11,1 lii novelties and not real tl'r.III.lolw uiul grandson erect at lavojoii allubby appoaranon of I the face,
. specially under the even ? Too fieiueotHlr
--- )
,;"'lit In tho greasy, noisy, gaseous Santo )Domingo/ an Imposing monument t<. pass urine ? If William's

LONG RACETo iiuclilno has led to the rapid spread of but the project fell through, and Kidney l'fliawill cure von. Sample fiee.Jy .

lorseless motor for that reason the Identity of the mull >Aorta.> Sold bv drllI IIlI",

As for speeding over the ground the ashes of the discoverer of America .WILl.I.MI'y'n.! CO., Prop's.
Cleveland: 0 1 1i
horse goes us fast us Is necessary or has been lost for two or three centuries. .
Compete In First Contest
comfortable. The best use for the autos Tradition guys that when Fetter (iiilloiisVearti Loiifter" I

Over the Pacific Ocean. for heavy transportation\ In cities, Spain ceded Santo Domingo to France Fewer gallons; takes lens of llevoe

-- and then It U as ungraceful as a lu 1"!).">, u mugnltlceut tomb having Lend' and Zinc I than mixed paints. Wears

freight barge; alongside of a clipper. been prepared for the remains of Columbus longer; twice ns long as lend and oil.
And the horse goes ns fast with n load lu Spanish soil at Havana
ns Is safe for pedestrians hi the crowded search for the casket. at Santo Domingo Patented In all countiles. Only tackle

I La 1'Mloniahleh' Will' Race From streets of cities. Every one loves a \\'l1l1lu vain. Some say that the block of the kind In the world. Fitted

t Sail I'VaiifUco ta Honolulu Could faithful horse, and It speaks well for ashes of another Columbus were removed with the Wnlton-Vlnton Roller

k. I Be Carried on Heck: of Illir Yitclil variable Bearer. Useful In any place where.
human nature that this pioneer to HiiMiua at that time. In I.'
hoisting Is done. With these blocks
Owner of Coiupr
{ Their (iucM. to ll. Itornllr Raton.talned aside for a mere plaything. the choir of the cathedral Santo Domingo Thousands. sold in the north Call

bT lI.w..llan.. -.----- with Inscription Indicating that sand see them in working order at this

Some folk. Insist that there must ben It contained< the ashes of Christopher office, or at K.; O. Painter J* C'o.s', /
Ou Uio high nous, !between Honolulu Jacksonville Kin.1MMC8 .
hero In crisis and Juivo found Columbus. Havana
always clung to
nULl Bun Fruiiclnco, I U u mull loop I These long Roller Bearing Sheave, which are looked as the
one In the person of Professor Mattuccl, the belief that the remains brought ! 1ML.K8! PILKS; .upon greates"antltrlction
Wending her wiiy across tho Pucllle to roller bearing In the world are without hold the
cages |Ito); rolls'Inplace
who "stuck to his post" lu the obnervnory there lu ITU'S'were the true remains of Dr. William Indian rile Ointment
try to race !back to Hawaii with the and therefore are far more durable and run with far less friction
near the crater of :Mount Vesulus \ Columbus, but learned Investigatorshave will cure Blind, Bleeding, Ulcerated and than tile: I
greatest j'ncUtluir laurels of the western Id-style cage. The sheave castings. are made solid
,- taking observation Hut that isjust \ contended that those remains. tclflnir riles. It absorbs the tumors, tandlnjr4double the strain of
I ocean suya the New; York World.ho allays the Itching at once, nets as a poul- the skeleton iron iheavei. ,<*> "\.
what this "man of Iron nerve and were not the complete bones of the
U Lu I'lUomu, owned by Charles lice, gives Instead relief. Dr. Williams'
:W. McKarlune of tho Hawaii Yacht courage" Is paid to do and, falling man. They wen, however, again removed Indian Pile Ointment Is prepared for I, J

club. would lose Ills Jot, as ho would de-: to Seville In 1808, when Cub"h..1I1l10 Plies nod Itching of( the private parts. I

When tho from tho Uoldu erve.Chancellor. IndcpViuleut of Spain. Some Every box Kuaranieed.. Sold by druggists .. ,
ruco : bv mall for ado and 1. THOUSANDS OF THEM: SELLING IN THE NEW!: ENGLAND :STATES.For .
Unto to the famous Islands far out of tho ashes found In Santo' )Domingo W nLI.ltlS' )t' F'O, CO Prop's, (
In tho Paella was projected Hawaiins ; Ilulow after his fainting In 1.S77 are preserved In a bronze urn Cleveland. O. all kinds of businesses where a Tackle Block Is u.ed-

BIUV u chance fur a great sporting I fit asked for 1I'UI' of coffee and a at Genoa, tbe birthplace of Columbus

victory on too HOU, and u craft was IlItWsl>111er. This Illustrates the dlfereuce and also, I'avlu. where ho was educated. -

sought to roprenent them. There was between Ocrrann and a Itus- Stanley KitchingDealer

La rulomahlch hail von race after lan statesman. A $t. Petersburg otll- Of the man Columbus his personal In-
race nt hoiuu. Hut could Klin stand the ,
dill would ask for n of tea and If FISHING TACKLE CIGARS Walton Block
ttress of :.1.100 mllos of seal Her owner cup struggles and griefs the world has STATIONERY Self-Locking Co.

thought BI> and entered her lit the be aw n newspaper would have another taken little account In lute years, although Tobacco, Pipes Candle. Fancy China ,,. '
race. fainting flt. n generation past this was one and Temperance Drink ;

YuchtKiueii on this nMo of tho coutl- of the inoNt romantic passages of (>ouu- The' following brand of cigars. delivered 4O4 Atlantic.Avenue, BOSTON MASH.
Dent would ridicule the Idea of so That professor who Is under contracto bar history.. The general estimate Is At *J 3.1: per box: of 10: ,

small a craft uttrmptliijr such n voyage speak nothing but the truth absolutely that he will u uiaii o/ lofty iLirlug.ambition' Key West hmoler't, Premos, ----- -- ... -- - - - -- -. .. - ------'
:, "'especially racing trim. 8ho It a for oils year will probably con- .*, Indomitable, Aiodest In _I1CI Creino Ciihaoa t'ohalokl. Has .
mere pygmy compared with the great llnch Cards, fa'a. ; Hand Made Palmetto Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's '
.Atlantic MhU-h won tho elude that the prospect of $25.000: at the I CONS brave In adversity pad Imbued Hats, :230.STUAKT. rr
ud cannot make n Helens life worth devotion. In life
from Sandy Hook to the Lizard last with deep early the FLORIDA.
living until the time ti. --- --- +---------
tip.Now long auburn hair of Columbus turned
May, and l could be carried on the dorks\ .

of most of the vessels. In that contest. white, and an uncertainty always exIsted 6UARAIwL' '. t

Hut she U a seaworthy little craft uiul that "the man with the muck l u. to his correct age. lie was believed t:2d andE ,

despite her size U worrying tho California Uo" has been shown through the backdoor to l>e about sixty when he died. ; : :

;yachtsmen, who are not sum' so to speak, the man with the lIe was of medium stature, with fall CfcK ft A ft. BANK DEPOSIT Tasteless Chill Tonic

but the honor of wlunlux/ the first garden rake may expect( a rousing welcome oval face, as shown In common print., CD vJ,vlJ\J R.",Fan Pail> X''M Tcktiioo

yacht race across the l'I1<'lllc will go toth&JlttQ.bojit : punctuated with many a "don't rwER COCKLESUORaiAAUBAM ..
and bad the aspect. born .
of\n com _oi..eo... Wnt.Qnkl
cuid Ucr Spring' owner. be In a hurry to go.". mander. A HU3IN' ESS COLLEGE....c...Cartav No-Cure-No-Pay. 5O cents.

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["Professional Cards.frff Notice'of Special Law. T1TUSYILLE FLORIDA.A I VALUE OF REVIVAL ROOMS. Unknown FrlciuU.Theie How to IJrenk Up Cold..

me innny. "poople \\ I''" lutvn ii*..drlutinbeilaln'H It be a Hiirprhin. to many to learn
; IH hereby fflven of the Intention to llow They Have lIelp." K, .n..llr.l : Colic Choloiiiauil I>\Urihooii inny
NOTICE to the' XvtflMlature of the State ofKlottdaat tlmt. a novele auld oim ha completely
EO. M. ,BOBBINS, J I Work In Philadelphia.The
it* retCM'ur' wwilon, tn tha' year Remedy wlrli uplumlld ri'milis, hioken up In one or two days'' time.
1907 to pus. a MpHulat. or Innal law for ifrevaniI'ounty Favorite Spot In a Favored "rev Iv II I rooma." an Interesting but who ni.. unknown bvcniiro llic.v ImvoUuHltHleil 'I'h.. nmt. Ryniptonm of a cold are n dry,

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Florida, lu Biihrttanup aa follow: *iAn feature of Iliu Torrey und AlexanderrellglouH l ubout klvlnif I H tcHtluioliiiil;' of loinl! cough a profuse watery dlncliarne
Aot entitled...n Act,tomtitImrlwi the. Board Secton-The Famous East I '
AT-LAW. of Countv C mimlnnioiien*, of Mrevani r puhliomlou I hrwupoople from I the no e, and a thin white coating
"Florida. to levy an additional. . tax", of two intlU Coast of Florida.ONTHEBEAUTIFUUNDIAN. which were ivteutly OH'ned In tho however. Hie uunolhe le.." lilfiuln, on the tongue. When Charnberlnln's
|WIll State and United States each. year* for two vuuritt for the purpone of luiy* of this tumedy Tliry luive ilone niuulitownids
practice : taken hour the
liitr murhinnry to: Imlht lianl aurfaoe roatlii I inBe Halo building hate proved to IH> moatsucceartful. Cough Untood v Is every on
(Court. .....I..unnn. \ iiiuu may to there and ninklng It a hoiiHvliold I Moid, l>y IIrut appearance of thexu nyinptonm, It
It enauted hy tha IaxlHUture of the State'! RIVER their peiHiHini. ieo >miiiuiiilittl it nil tofilendi oounteractH. the rlTect of the cold and restolen -
Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA. of K lor I tin, talk over spiritual things. Men hn\e and li 'ih) (>".iH. It IK. .a 1I'0..d the otem toa hualihy' \! condition
Portion l. It shall he the duty of the Hoard of In thoro burdened wkth sin a nil ">
gone loluituln homo. ail lit
County Coin' nil HH|oner*, of Bievard County "flopIda. medicine the within a d.iy" or two. Fur sale by All
IT-V L. GAULDEN upon the presentation. to them t.f one or Jus': the Place to Pit-out for a Cruise have come out A\ltu hearts full of Joy widely knnwn for h.. curtm <.f dl. iihoe. ,, Dealeis.C.miinn! .

more putitloim sitfimtl: 1 hy a !majority of the r triatereil Down this Par-famed River. and faces glowing/ with tliu light* ofChrist. and all loirnn. ..f b..t l iioiiblo. KurHII -- - ---
who Freeholder of Huid .
voter* aie *,
I |" by All I DneleiH.SONGSTERS' . .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW county, ankmtr for an additional levy < f two Pine Fishing and Hunting \riny Kviterlment.Tbroo
millH tax an for each >'.ear for two yearn. for the During- tliu llrst three day* after thv ---- - Gerinaii battalion1 t Meta are
Will praotlo In all tha Court of the State I'ur'> |.oMe of buying niaohinerv' to build hard .uraue Tie town of Tltusvllle Is situated on convenedoutright. .
piihllo n>adn in auld. county, tu lew a tax wore opened four men wero FOR FIREMEN. to o porlinouf\ with gray and! graygreon -
ot Florida, and the United 8t"tes Court the Florida.. East Coast Railway 154
) of two mills each yi ar, for two yeara, upon allproperty : n\e buckHllderH, wero rexturednnil I unlformn. the metal parts being
I'. O Bo..I3II. TITUSVILLE,'FLA.C in said county nubjort i v law u taxation. miles south of Jacksonville 145 miles
Ilh'l'li help.
twelve were spiritual of dull brown. Tho kaiser !I... not yet
In addition to the other taxes required tty Maoklnir Dlr
  • to Km> ClilOHwo KlreKlixblrr :
    law to he levied.Heotion north of Palm Beach* and 212 mllea I Among tbt- visitors nre nil worts of peo- Amitko .< Mitht.Two . satisfied II..* to the comparative Invisibility

    J. WEBB, herein nlmll:f bemadA The levy hy thaimM of said. Hoard tax en ori'oiinty provlileil north of Atliunl. The Titusvllle branca plo-bUHlneas. num. trll\'t.llutul'lI/ luockliin- bird*. Intended to uiukupleiiHiuit of the two *hndon.'I'n .

    4:oiuaDittHlounrtt at the time reqiitred. bv .law for of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa &; j drunkimlH. und (TliulniiU. Some of the long hour* of tho nightshift -- --
    the nf other and In tho
    A TTOItNEY.A T-LA W! manner levy. riiiiired| hy county law t'nr taxeit the ,levy of other. Key West Railroad now controlled by I tlll'l1I'nllt fl> IIml (lirltit. and others touting the t\\o platiu
    Will practice In the Courts of the 7thCircuit. 4110........t, tax.... U. I.. IIAI'LI'KIC. the Florida East! Coast Railway Co., I come nfter mlUcu on nplrltunl I thins; l''rankllu Htreet. onglno!: house In I '(' I.AXATIVK KlIOMO Qt.t-iISK:- Tllb-

    \ Taxes paid for non-renldents also runs into the town-this being the : which have loin: perplexed' them. Chicago wero Imported. the oilier day )I..,,H l ii.tfplM/ reuinil llio money It It

    V and rents and accounts. collected.V terminal point of that brn cb. There I The man In rlmrge of tht rooms. KtvW. : from TeuucHHee. says n fhlengo tlUHutch. fulU to cine KV.: lrove'n Klgnaturelu
    Xotlceof A in eiKtiiieiit of C II S. Jacoby, U an Meal mini Tor t t'ae euoh box 21\0.
    TITUS vi LLK, FLORIDA. rtcr'l are several trains arriving dally from Fire Marshal John Donahue
    ---- -- ---
    ho In tilledltti, the Hrrltof |
    Jacksonville and Sanford Jurlng thaseason. position, for | originated th. ttleu and Kent the birds Th* Tr*l ar*> CI.te.
    TICK U herehv Klveit that at and MH life lit a ,h'llIIk1ll..I.l'olIl"'lIIln ,
    a nieut.nffor i Cod pitHt latho
    NO by Hporliil moHHongor"" to Chief Cam One of tho most famous entrances
    D. PENNEY, the fttouklioldorn of the Florid* Loanand millor enable liliu to
    A < Trunr i:ompitnv" the ,.lollttwtn( ainendmnntH nnil pion. world I I" iloubtlesx the a net cutTraitors'
    As the county sent ot Brevard county In nil walk.*,
    or t< charter were adopted iHmitton copoltb nil kliuU of men
    Itannhuo'd Intention that tho Towor of Lonll
    It "'II"lr.. gato. In n.
    ATTORNET-AT-LAW :2 wa. amentlod" HO an ti r..1. l as follow It ';iies a court-house and a modern nuked to
    of IIf,'. When 1 Mr. .Iiicoliy
    *i Thi untd, wtrporation nil all have NIIOce tho bird should lie. placed In the **uglno It wat throiiKh thlii portal for severalcenturies
    TITDSVII.LK FLORIDA. nlon l>v Ui* oornorate name for the imriod' of jail building with rarely over two or tell me about HOIUO of tlui men who conducted
    houxo ami ting for till dromon that t nil torn were
    ninety nine ve rn,and that, IM]iluoe rilomio.lenhull him for ho nkl
    Will practice" in all the courts of the 7th lie the chy of .\ltiuni., 1-hnlw .munt,. Flurlila three Inmates. The population Is over bu\0 -ouio to help : during the long watch between 0 from tho Hhoren' of tho river Thames
    i ," and Sertion 14 wan amended. hy HiihHtlttitJnif 1,000. Illness U so rare, taut one doc. "Ono of tho riisen dealt with lit the o'clock lu the afternoon nnd 8 o'cloclt Into tho tower. Americans probably
    \ Judicial Circuit. the wor.lH. ".'try of .Mianii" where the won J ft
    \ i vUocnnio
    "'own of TtttmvlllH," now appear. tor la town fln<\Is ample time- to act as Imjulry rooma wait n Kentlomnu In tit I' morning.Tho till> immt fiinilllnr of thoHU' unfortunates
    The .nld Florida. Loan ami 'I'.n.t In niul xnlil. tlint there was H )mi>-
    Companywill Justice of the and Public
    Peace Notary firemen complained tlmt it wa* was SlrAValter UaloLgh. today; a pathway

    .TAMES };. ANDREWS, the Htare apnly" of to .I..rll.hln Kxuultmioy... for hlA annroval the Uovemor thereof of atTallaiiiirteettlieCaplUltoii besides attending(; to his medical thlllg ronK- with hiM Christian cxperlnud ImpoHHlhlo to keep nwako dining that pa SMI. directly In front of the

    ATTORNEY-.AW A. U..IINNI.' . the 'OtU day of June. practice, while the other finds lime to ('11"0 wanted! to know what It wnn.Ho long watch ami Mr. onahuo had not gate, completely cutting It off, and from

    : Fl.oitinA. LoAKnu.l Tuimr. COMPANY go hunting. had neon In otlul\ an "xp"I'I"II'ewhldl beard" that the two platoon coiumlsulonof this pathway tho fainoun wlckot gate
    ... !\ lie illil not IIHVP. and lie *ald, '1
    4O"y W. \1.1Ir..wn. frettldent.
    of St Lucia the nmyor had docMeil to replacethe U. Kit/oil upon by many thousands of
    County Judge County. Here la virtually the head of the Indian \\-nnt It.' for oxumplo, ho told iui. of bod.*. visitor .
    River, and the favorite point for younjy: mnn who worked under blui
    : fitting out and starting of numerous who was n linMliml drunkard. Thoniliuito

    Low cruising parties during oitr' balmy win his wngeit!: were ]put Into his

    , : E- FOSTER, ter months; as everything necessary to ha nils bo would Ill) off to tho ruin shop,

    comfortably equip a pleasure yacJit, and In n llttU' while lie would lie ponnlIPHM. -
    can here bo obtained at the most reasonable Ho wna becoming n hopelemon Every thlng-:

    .Jyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. Rates prices. This Is evidenced by I e. One day recently thin !Rontlouiun:

    , .... JACKSOVVII.I.K, FLA.V the fact that the *ame parties have was In the Academy of :Mimic. when he proof
    noticed front of him the man
    \ I been
    coming aere annually for many
    who bad lieeii n drmiknrtl singingGrace
    A. 81'EWAkT, winters for that purpose. In preference
    'O VIA.
    "' Enough For IVIU, mu-li n
    ) to other point along the East
    ;ar1 FInE IXSURAXCE. Coast.any look on !I., faoo n.s ho had never eeii Hucas Paints

    ' there before lie met him shortly afterward

    'f Represents only strong and reliable SouthernRailway I To the southeast of Tltusville Is Oe: nnd iiHkeil ", hilt luul caimeil the (Tinted Clou)

    '' companies. wide sweep of salt water bay (alout chnng. nnd the former drunkard re-
    '' damp-proof rain-proof
    ' Office corner Palm and Palmetto Street. six miles la width), formed by the wa. pllnl that bo had gone ono day to tho are sun-proof

    TrrUHViLLB FLORIDA. ters of the famous Indian River. Here Acudpmy of MiiHle.. with Ills bottle In cold-proof salt-air-proof rot-proof germ-proof

    r .. _____ flahing wild duck shooting, 'sailing his pocket nnd they had sung 'draco dirt-proof and competition-proof !"

    and rowing can be indulged in to the Knough For Me.' The power of God Your dealer will prove why they are proof.,

    GENERAL DIRECTORY.U. 'heart's content of the moat fastidious came down upon him through tboxe
    sportsman.On words, and tie was converted nnd has John Lucas & Co Philadelphia .

    8. 8EN.A.TORS. since become active In bis work for
    : . (JinC AA UO-JTOV, MASS., and re- the ocean beach, nearly in a direct M
    .. .
    J. P.rallafcrro ... .. .. ....Jacksonville. Christ. that hln bad dubbed
    8. R. Mallory,.................. ... ... .Pensaoola.Frank (ft I III fill 31 turn., tjunel8 Ticket* on Bxrenslon nale May line east of Tltusvllle Is Oanaver. him 'Torfey oornpnnloiiH the Second.* ohl by J 1611. I'riU-linrit Mon. TItUln II Ie. J'Ja.

    U. COSGRE88MEN.J al Club surrounded :
    by over 10,000 .
    J .( Clark..... ................ ...Lake City. July 13, 1IKXI. Stop-over: Washington, acres of lanJ. This property is owned "Tills gentlefnnn snltl to' mo, 'Now, - -- --
    Baltimore PhlUdeluhia N w York.
    '8 M.Rparkman. Latnar ::::::.:::::::::::. ::. 'Montloel;Tampa.Wm.H. : a. by some of the mot prominent and he has got nomethlng that I haven't '
    ( f\t\ AStlKVILLE!: N. O and and I want It.' After a llttlo conversation Standard Electric
    U. 8. LAND OKFICK. wealthy residents of Boston, who com
    $$11 DO return Tickets on sale. the wont ronvlncett
    H. 8. (t'httbb.. ........ .................Register. ) : ) June 7 I'! II 1 U 111 limIted south to 'hunt every winter. gentleman nway "
    W. U. Robinson,.... . .. .. ... .. ...Receiver.OtHae , that his trouble had been unbollof, !.
    at Gainesville, "Iorl W.OOA The cool, refreshing health-giving, that be had not Mopped out on the

    ((1\ EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.JJai !: IA LOUISVILLE KV., and ozone-laden breezes wafted across from promises of Goil and )preflonl forward Jacksonville, Florida.

    Vlaon B. Browarrt .... .. .... ...Ooveinor.H.O iTk/ll 411 return. Tickets on aale' the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay In the work for the :Master which will .
    ( : --- -- --- - - -
    Crawford ... .Secretary of State. JIUU.1U
    W.'l.y Knott. .::'::. : . Treasurer.W. Juoa I0f ,II. u> limited are one of the most enjoyable features. surely bring vktury nnd joy to any

    )''. Kill C, Crooai*. ..... . . ...Attorney-Comptroller.H.B. leneral.AIOI.CO .. June 23 Extension July2J:), 11K). of this phenomenal location. sou! who ,In. fiend In piirnost." o S"\l.tC..ers: : !

    MoLIn, ...,'.'':.Commissioner; j ji.n ; Agriculture OKilil HO I1 SPniNOH, VA., and There is a large area of primeval GKOHOR: T. II. DAVIS.

    /! Holtowat... ...."Supt.' Public Instruction.lJ. $$1)3 return. I'lokets on aale forest and
    prairie land beyond the
    ... '
    .Clifford U. Foster ... Adjutant-Ueneral June I' 10 11 limited
    \ John Hralford.. ......... ...lun..r-4I..ral northern southern and western boundaries ROOSEVELT NOW A "FAN." O'\l.r: tttec.: t1oc.: :
    K. K. Ron.,............ ........ ..State {'hninldt.Urno.t June III, 10(1(1.( (
    : Atnon ... .. .. .... .. ...State Examiner. 1 of Tltusvllle. awaiting the advent .
    OWue at Tallahassee. Florida. KNOXVILLE.TEtftf., of thrifty rh. I>rvlilent (.... ... .n $$16 65 and return. Tioketa on the' settler to till the Hall Uainx*. Wo soil you Groceries at WHOLESALE

    B'LOIUD.oLr.Gl8LATURIC.. sale I 17 H 111 2.1: 84 fertile soil, whlci now abounds In
    F.:M. Hil'tifon Miami.... ... ......."fencor.C. line Prenldent Itounovclt hu* promised to
    Write for Price
    1'. Olmntead Fort I'iarce .. ,Roiraiieiitative.BUPRBME | . SO. July 7. 14, U. limited llfteeu iU>a.Bxtension game. Here can be found quail, t/ur./ attend n few of the AuiurU'iin league Prices our List. Great ,j jI
    H&pt :itO, lllllt.hJ ( I key and deer hunting to suit the moat
    , .
    COURT JUDOK8M baseball games thin eanon say* aWuHhlngtoii

    H. Mabry..... .... ... . .. .....Chief Ju tloe.Curter < /JC A811EVILTE. N. Coo and ardent huntsman.Tltusville I dpeelal to th4 I'blladelphln money saver.
    . .......;.. ... ...A *oolat* Juatlue.t .VI ii 1)1)) retuiD. Tickets on sale has shelled street electric
    ... . .. .. I'resM. He ban joined the ranks with
    vl. ........ ... . A :i.VU
    I June, art, 27, 28, limited lights, a reliable bank several fine
    (Secretary Hhn\r, Secretary Taft
    RAILROAD LCOMMISSIOXER8.Jelferson \) 11)00.)
    . July 19 The
    (- H. Browne, chairman,. .. .Key Went.K. brick stores, a Board of Trade five Gorman and u number of other dintlnKuUhed Enterprise Grocery Co. ji

    .' Huilfton Burr,...... ... .. ....,...Little River.J.M. OCilil MONTEAOLK TESN., white churches, large fUherle a tanning public men who are loveritof ,
    . Kryan,. .. '"*... . ...........Kluxlnnnre. $16 and return, Tickets onllmltmi lie
    < R. O. l>unn, clerk .. . .... .... .. ...Ma.ilnnn.. i .Iune extract and palmetto fibre factory the groat Amerlcnu game. recently
    lIale 211. :IU, July ::1. 6 1 7 Bridge St.
    Jlead'inartera and oflloea at Tallaha.iw F''.. an Ice factory law and real estate offices promised President Jobnuon of
    Aue. ::11 ION!. Kxtenitlon< Oct.
    {" CIRCUIT COCHT. :yi..J 1IKX). an opera house! a well-organized the American loague that ho would at. .'J'UO-4oll-jlle. 1 lo..J n..A.nJ'1'T i
    , Minor A.'*, Tltnrllle.Circuit Jung>* lend as many games-as be could and
    ,I. J. O.J"O."laD.IO.. .....Protienutlnir. Attorney, A A MILWAUKEE and band an armory shooting club a large time for.
    . BprlnjrTenM rotirth Monday I In March. comfortable hotel
    $31) nil and overlooking the
    return. Icketa sale
    Fall form Fourth Monday:i In Urtolwr.BRBVARD on Till prom I"" WUM madu during a vIsIt -
    10 II U limited bay besides a number of boarding <> I-IE:
    COUfitY COURT.A. Aug. of the American lengue proxldont ot :B : .

    D. Penney,......... ... .... ...County JudJ('". Au (. :2.;!. IUIUI.Pallll..nlt8'l. houses In various parts of the town. the "'hlt" HOIIHO for the purpose of .'IION to: 311I, J<;8TA IIL.NII F.I .M""'

    11.. L A.>,Oaulilen Stewart. :::*:::: .:: .:.Pronecutlnir. . ...County Attorney.A. Clerk.Hprtnfr .. and Ticket Office The facts as presented should hare preventing/ the prexlil.Mit. n coinpllmcutary WIIISIII S, WINI !'I. GINS A" JlltANJII S. t

    ,) Term-Second Monday In May. aYlit. Phooe 74:1.: a tendency to direct the attention of pasM. ,for tlm Beunoii of 1UO< to all -------- ---- -----. '--" -.-

    Bummer!! Term-Seoond Monday In Augunt.i . many prospective visitors to our cosy game played in the league circuit.Tho Express PrepaId. Lemp's.Beer.. .
    Fall Term-Second Monday tn Novimlwr. J. C. LUSK town in making their plans for the: I I..* neatly bound In n seal p", D.... I
    Winter Terni-Second Monday In Febrll"!'). piiflNlHMik Full (IUD.t m.n..llre. .. lIt. 0 QIS 1 llt P'"I.'all'' 71...... . . .. . .. . .. .. .. . .... .....11Huntl
    COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD. District PannenKer Agent.AVIlllaniN : winter. akin oiiHo, with tho gold monogram ,," C'llIh n,. .. . . . II ,.. nn '1 00 1tr.: .. 1..le. .. .. ... . . .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ItJII
    .. . ".aod"rI.. . . ... .. . .. .... .. . . ... .. I 00M"Cra"
    T. It. The l printing In all In gold. I lM..d'ollnt, Jr.,. :I 1M' :I 1 110
    . flne '
    J. R. . ... Tltucrllle.Members We have a 'Masonic toll in
    Walkor ,
    Buparlntendant lIye .. . .. .11 4If/ .. IW'' 1\.1"". ...ra ....rk. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. .... I IIIflan.
    : K. R. Arnold, Malabar: R.: K. Mlm., Curliollc Salvo Tituavllle where Indian River Lodge The pnHHhook. U for the president and ...!.." ........ Ie,. .". .. .. . .. II 7 11110 1111<1 ( fll""It..r. IIIO".t..1" '" . . ... ... ..... :I !II''
    Honaventnre' | J. A. Carter, Tumbull.COUNTV with Am Ion ami Witch Hazel. "party," tlnm. enabling htm to tako In .....'11.11....... .. . . 4 ft'l' 8/1fIIl(1II/ : n..AI.II..t. ... . .. .. ... ... .. . ...... 2 }
    COMMISSIONERS.U. No. 90, F. & A. M., Indian River Chap tvItli him friends ho II'".. Whlllk"V. .. . a 711 II''"' 111\0 1.I1I1".e.IIL""t.I"I. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. ... ..2:1:
    . The beat Salve In the world fur cut, ter. Royal Arch Masons. Friendship as nmny a* may ......,hU..I.. .... . . . . . IIINI 11/111/
    A. Conkllnic, chairman. Til Imam 1 Wm. R. brulaes ulcers *alt rheum tetter. desire. I ..... Bulk Coods Jugs Free-Not
    Walker Tltusrille; John R Mlot. Inillaiiola; sore akin Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star; t.r.!: .n : :: . .. : : :: PrepaId.
    .,. IT. \Vootan, Cocoa; T J. Voc!..butt. L.RiiKiilar .- chapped hand* and all eruptions. .....I1..a.IIn.. .. . ... .. .. .. 111 It '"1 IIIII/
    ! and Tituavllle Camp No. 141 Wood " ,,
    ('fir" (/ ,
    I' H.I.-lIy", 010. /'NI Gr""
    ( .utl facUoo .
    It la tn give or .. .
    guaranteed .. ,
    '*The Muck lloUrri. !' ( a..I"a Cflrn. ::111II 1 ' ... .
    I ...eelons are "..Itlllr.t Monday In each the World:meet . .III' U.IIt, UI.ur; Jcllrn. 11'1".
    money lefundeci. J'rlce)0:/ by drtigft'ata.' men of regularly. forT' ald Jllountltln ( ,,," . . .11 1 II.NIIf/ ( .
    monta. "What arc the buxlo blow-In , ,,,,,. . . . . .. lo.Utl'
    'a" IelillO :I "" 4u1: 1 V
    WIM.IAMS M'H'U. CO Trop's.Cleveland.\ The Cast Coast Advocate i 18 published lMwmoaoaI'uruda.. .n" I.r O.I.-Ity., Oln. CurD, ICum. Beat
    : BRKVARD COUNTS OrFICERS.A. Mllllro..1 .11m. a 111 III"' II10/ fur ..... .
    D. Penney Tltuirllla; ..... ..County JiidireiD. O. every Friday morning and by a 'To turn u* out. to turn u* out." O.Iraham I IIr"... 14ra...', . .. . .. .. . . II 111 II I"' II IIfI) .:tH' P"th.. fI"I-n. '". RII. I'"acb an.1 Apple I
    I ( Phillip *ali. |. Kh.1C or K..ntllnlt, n..or".." . ..3 111 IN, IIIf/ ,
    .... ---- .
    L. OanKlun, Tltu.Tllle.1. Pro* Att'y.'A. -- - -, -- -- rotll'b'Ile lllolIow." by"",
    )' .A. Htewart, Tltusvllle.: : ,, ..County Clerk, - glance th advertising columns "What muka you look .o whltn, *o I'ort. "".rry ur ....1IClllloa.! .. .. .. .::111'1 II 711 1lfl/ .a (H' p..r nal.Vlrl"" '" 1(;., ",..,Ial Uropa
    f, A. McMillan, Fail Gallle,., ....Tax A.seuor. A Cheerful: Mar. you can easily 41 ee who, are the prominent while?" mtkl awnon-on-Purad. ArtOlellt .lIuw.,1 on .111(00(111 or ...... J.r''''.. lly.. "10".01"81 (,nnllty,
    K. W. Hall.TltnsvlllH.. . .Tax Col loo tor. "RpeHklnjj' of Hurs" said the truthful "I'm dreudln'. what I've got to hear," ". --- .- --- ---- I
    merchants of town who
    John I Henry, Tltinvllln: ; :: ;; : :;;: Treasurer.: our -men Lincoln IItell'.o.lld..
    .J. R.Walker. TltusTlllu.. . ...8111..rloteo.l..n. man "I ran ucrosa ono tbo other day 1 .lfJ-l nHVe..t AiliiniM Ht. Jnck"ollvlll<<>, Flu.
    , are up-t -date citizens, and who are ln' th. It wouldmake
    They're e" xpo nri
    J. O. Frle*, Tliunvllle.. . . .County Surveyor. who deserved I the pilze. The conversation po
    I ./. P. Brown.Tltusrille.. .... .. ....... ..Hhvrlff. .asking for your patronage. Read the your hair turn gray" -
    W. 8. Norwood. Tltuivilla..ReaIstratlonUWcerr had turned on gambllnff and. an ads. on every page very carefully. To rotlect on what will com when theyxpoM "
    usual every man had some story of '. each cxpom.When .
    , TITU8VILLE TOWN COUNCIL. Sample copies of the Advocate will they" flnd a newer rrenay or ., tre.- .
    wonderful luck. Then the modern Ananias
    I R. R. Wilson mayor; J. N. Waller marshal to of Cana.daand lion every day.
    ',\:. and tax coll".torl"; l t. Ennls clerk and trewnrar butted In. 'It was In HI raw be sent free any part They're e"poaln' the expocers in the
    John Henry taM assessor <>. A Htewart, the United States
    ; ; upon application. *
    I 'I K.: E. Kolllns. K. i,. lira"". 1>. H. Prltrhurd and some years ngr he aald. 1 walt younger morn In .
    I W. 8. Branninn, alderman' The council meet* In bone dnyn. and gambled quite a .
    flret Tuesday In each month.TrrusviLLK "What make* Charle Ituell breath *oar
    BOARD or TRADE. bit. If I went broke It was alt right <17" iuifca Law.on-on.Parad.,

    but If I won I wanted the whole pile. Sciatic! Cured After Twenty 'It's bitter cold. If* bitter cold," U. Jun-
    O. M. RobMns, president; .r. M. Dlxon. treanrer *-
    J.O. Bast. secretary. Meets amonil' Wednesday I blrollml( Into a !gambling bonne u..e Years of Torture. .!.1.II/! no lair nl'l.
    "What make* Ml** Turbell look *o fulntr
    nlcht In eauh month, their room
    night walkml to the roulette table and
    Kor more than twenty years Mr. J, B.Mamtey. .
    WANTKO-BY CntCAOO MANUrACTCRINU placnl( a ten dollar bill on No. 17, expecting touch of un. a touch of *un," 8. lop-
    .TUj: ; : Clinton tre !t,;
    : HOUSE peraon of trnatworthlnes and of ooiirBP. to lone. The balldropped kin Adam.* *....1.
    M Ino. torturml .
    somewhat familiar with l in branch orlloe. S.alary SI* paid. week lu the No. 17 division but I The pain ami suffering; which ho o>lured > cllln'. of 'em dawn.

    ly. Permanent position. No investment re- let the money remain on >o. 17 Seventeen during thl time I..* beyond comprehennlon They" ore buntln of "em hotly from New

    qnlrsfl.; rrevlon. ....dl"'es.* experience not ..uemlal toeDKafClno came a second time bnt still I Nothing gave him any permanent York to I'ackln'town.
    !; ;
    Manager Branches, Coma Flock Chicago. refused to pull tny money down. It relief until ho used Chamberlain'* They will chuck' 'em In ., lake. o* Ink an'''
    I'aln Balm. One application of that IInInvnt let '.m wlm or drown;
    came a third time. Then I got cold TrTeyra expoiln* the *xpoer In thamornln
    .. relieved the lQ''ao.1 nMf\t .Jeep l
    feet nnd, cushptl In.! 'How much did *.
    and rent poa"lble, and I le.* than oua bottle
    you win?* I asked. ''Oh I don't re- ha rfrertftd, II permanent euro. If "I Btarted all thin bloomln' ..0...." a4!

    mem bor exactly: ,' Ito replied 'but I troubled "ilh .HmUca, or rhenmvUm LawlNn-on-I'.rrule.

    c-nmo near breaking/ tbe bunk.' I grabbe. why not try A 'J"! cent ho'tle! of Pal. "I think Ml Tarbeli MW It nrt" Ilex

    .1 a pencil and a piece of paper and I Halm and *refor onrelf bow quickly Iieach ro*. up and laid.TVhaf .
    the For .ale All all that nol_ that chake* tha
    It relieve
    figured out that our friend bad won pain. by aM Lwon-on-Poro.
    I around *
    $5.! '':; .cnO. but It was not till I Hliowed Deale,.. ------- **It'. Teddy nooevelt'* muck rake

    him the figure that he beo.lgetI.-Xew .Job I'rlntliiff. .peech." a pal. reformer aaltl.They're .
    Orleans Tlme .DewOf'rat. ) expoeln tb* expowr*. there I*
    trouble In the air.
    !J Do not forget the fact that at the ArVOCATB > There are Folk *nd Kadley' comln'from

    Naples tavern keepers may profit office, Titimvllle, wa do job eoneeolment everywhere.And .
    they'll all write stuff' and talk too, -. .....- "
    hanclHomely by the occasional spurts of printing; of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and .. when tb."yre .ot the tlma to *pare: .

    Yeflavtaa. but there Is nothing to show expedltlonsly. Letterhead, Xotebaod. They're ."poIIl,,' the expoier In the ,

    collUNloa between the bonlfaces and Billhead, Envelopes, Tags, and all other -mornln'W. D..Neiblt In New York Tune*. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

    the old man of the mountain. kinds.




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    COA'S'l'' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.continued Ell" ('"llle. . . . . . . . . 4 71'\'\ FOURTH OF JULY SPORTS. JAMBS. PBITCHABD. President; Wr/M. BBO-WM, Vlce-Presldem.

    EAST ADVOCATE.PUBLISHED I EeL Co lumber. . . . . . . 13 B4AdUon WINSTON S. BBANNINO, Cashier.

    Hays road woik . 8 73 lroKpraiiiin off .:....Dt..
    VARY: : FRIDAY. [ from page 2 ] F A Drake .' . I II <40'
    Band Concert-Copt. James RIVER STATE BANK
    " INDIAN
    TellleA HanU' .7 60
    Entered at the INintiifllco at Tltusvllle Florida, to lotemect road (stubbed by G. S. liar- Peter (;ChrU'viiHen . :-18 f.O8T Free! Dinner.f-. M. Osban and J. N. Waller ,
    all "'"clllld.I..aM matter . 7" 70
    dee thence along said rued to Intersect IJpsoomn
    Tournament . . . I>. B. Prltchard
    W Brother . IK) (00) DEPOSITORY.
    oounty roiid from O. H. Ilmdee'fl aiding *
    Baseball . . . . [Jr. E. E. Rollins
    VUHLxl H. WALTON fdltor Publisher.WSI.T to gloves' went of railroad wan received 4.
    IeOAYUfn: 1)1N'r. NO. j Motor Bout Races Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
    and on motion the name Is granted on N M Fish repalilng bridge eto. 8 33; J. Lorlllard, Jr., and E. B. Wager
    r Paid capital, - $25Ooo
    the condition that raid l petitioners grub
    Gen E Chester road work. . . . 1300; ) !Minor spnrtHC. I
    OP rHB INDIAN BIVB*. LARD and put the new road In All good condition 11. Walton and O. T. MumUvllle" Average deposits, $2OO,000
    WORTH AMD BlHO.."If. .ATSBOTIONS.Discontinuance an the present county road, Is. Dance. . . . . W. 8. Branning
    I'etlilon of citizen and voters of P Brown sal l for game ward. . :.V WIt Dr. B R. Wilson '
    Sheen proteHtliR BjfalnHt moving the I A Crinkling com on hunt permit 4 (Oil ( Transacts a General Banking
    of advtii. must be made per Finance Committee { I.. C. lirnnnlng _
    of John HoiiHt..n 2 Ofl>
    polling place 1'roflnct No. III!>, ( O. Walton
    Bally at this office or by writing. f'umllcol> to grant wn i.cel ved. and, \V C Peterson .' I 00 Business.
    Treasurer., . . Louis A. Seedy
    on motion, the same Is nuntalnptl, and It FINK KOUFKITtrjIK FUNI. Com. on AdvrrllHlnK and J Printing .
    Check,eto., may be made, payable to CHARLES In ordered that the polling place In said
    H. WALTON, pnhllNher.ft district to remain at Mlcco. J I' Hrown crlm. pros, no or. . . 8,. I ft C'liaH.. Walton soul. E. li. WngerChnlrtfan Largest and Oldest Bank on the RimExchange r i
    J 1* Brown crlm ... judges at. 1:1-1: 10 <;"n'l Com Dr. U. U. Wilson
    Tax Collector's report of licensee cnl A A Stewart crlm pr.proHOoot . . 111)1 Secietary. . . .. . J, <*. Hast 4 I'4a' ; I bought and sold on all Foreign I
    In writing to the ADVOOATK for Inform lected during the month ending A pr1l311/ Countrloe.l'.trcnalfll"pJlroclatod. .
    kind will 11)110) amounting to $3 for ; / A A Stewart cert cu des sentence
    tlouoi thy ,tha writer oblige byencloeeleg -
    a et.aml.el.addre Md envelope. tl1. O for the County wan received. for /Sheriff co ot. . . . . . . :i! 70 WEATHER REPORT. I Prompt servlrit. 'IK hirf. )'
    Tax 'olloctoi's: report of Licenses c"l John It M lot corn on fines col j p ol 1 40 treatment and every favor consistent with i "n..ervanve '
    I looted during the month ending) May SO, John It Miot crlm pros j p ct .1 30 nankins granted.CORRESPONDENTS 1
    BOSTON UFFll'IThe branch HoBton ftloe By Rev. Jns. II. White observer for '
    I> L Clanldflii cOny fees co ct 1000)
    IIKMI;, amounting to *:ifl(! Slate: and *1.I; ,O :
    of TUB KAUT (nvtrr AHVOCATC at 24 Milk for the received. J !Panders, ..,. crlm pros j P cr. IS I 1)3Wm ) Weather Bureau, U. S. .oveinaient. '
    County, was .
    Triiet New York, .
    I hi In of Mr. Carl 1'. Mellow Empire Company J y ,
    street,and charge It Koesch :3 J (fIl: "
    Tax Collector's report of poll taxes HVIIAItY Foil MAT, 11MX, )
    Florida Bunk and Trust Co., Jacksonville, Fl 1..
    who will make advertising contract for thus " vywM
    J P Brown 4.1 7O
    collected for the 1)01!) during the
    year Ulltheat 7th . 111.0 ,
    " temperature on
    paper.Adtlresn JC ibnit S3! 03 'F1TU :Jj-'LA.
    month ending May ;tl, 11)00) ) amounting) Luwolt" .. 11th . 4.0 \rILLE,
    t to *.")7 wan received.On J P Drown ". :..11I;; Moan for the month . 7".7 ._- .- .-. -_ .- ----_ .
    all communication to motion, the Hoard adjourned! until J P Brown com on lines ets. . I II ((10 ---- ----------
    for 23; 70.3>>
    EAST COAST AUvfoCATK.TITUSVILLB June 1 5, HUMS, at 8:30 a. m. N E Kinnlard crlm pros j pot. 8 OO Average Highest,; moan 25 years" in 1881.. 70.2Lowe J. H. X>.C> ::J3I3I1'TS.

    FLORIDA. The Hoard of County Commissionersmet Mrs. !Mary Hogeis" witness and mil t; 23 "In 11113., . 75.2 (:Successor to Dobbins Bros.).
    ct . . . . 1 20
    j I
    / n this 6th Uv of June llidil;, age p Rainfall In Indies . . . . . . . 111.36 t "
    S :L\lI: X TE3.
    IIH :LOCK '
    Abe Robinson witness ) t
    at 8:10::) a. m. lh'esent: K. A. Conkling j p ct. c'CT L sJLs Vsl A.n:: .
    for 20! . . . . . 3.87 J
    4. U. Department of Agriculture " / : yearn
    1 Wm Heaton ;;
    ? chairman; J. K. Mlot J. F. Woolen and A .' It.. Greatest 2!) In 18)0!) ) 10.08 Badges Checks, Door. Numbers, Stencil. Tiuuk and Locksmith /Supplies r Y.
    tf.. Weather Iturouu-.Jupiter, Fla. '1'. J. Coak"hutr, with A. A. Stewart Geo Jacobs .' 1 OO Least, 29!! In 18D''! . 0.73: -REPAIRING OF GUNS/ AND REVOLVERS:: A SPECIALTY lt 1
    . '
    Arch 1 Oo
    clerk, and J. P. Brown, nherllr./ Prevatt 1011 Prevailing direction of wind . . SK Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired. '
    Tax Collector's: report of poll taxes O K Key Number of clear days. 12 2it! Main fet. Jacksonville. Fla.
    The following, a comparative state collected for the year 1U1I.!)() during the WC Hughes ". . too( I' .fldr . . . . . . II I
    ment of temperature and rainfall for the month ending May 31, 11IOO, amountingto A I> Penney cilm proscojddgeect: 7 7.1:. ". "cloudy" 10 -- --
    week ending, Juno $81 I wait received C II Stewart witness, J p ct . . 4 30
    Tuesday 5,1001
    days with rain. . . . 13
    -10011-( -19Ol- Tax Collector's report of licenses collected AJtJlDINO: : PKIHO.NEHM FUND.J. days with thunder 15 Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY. it i
    MIN. MAX. MIN. during the month ending May :'il, I III"H.
    Hrown lot 20!
    P. feeding :
    prisoners Fla.
    Island Home Men lit Island
    80 811, 7t Nd 73 ) )( amounting to $t.4 O;() State:! and $4.73 On motion the Hoard adjourned to !t

    31 811: 75 87H 75 for the county, was received. meet again: on the first Monday In July, Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
    1 8.1: 74 !) 75 Bond of J. W. Jones to carry repeat. A. D. HHHt( at _::30: p. m. TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. ,
    2 83: 711: 85; 73 Ing rllle wan received and,on motion the -- .
    3 84 70 81 72 Board refuses to grant the permit ----- '4
    4 84 77 Ht 77 The'r'ax Collector la hereby am horlzed IIKKVAKI; > COUNTY THKASL'HKK'SSTATKAIEMT. The following are the times of arrival

    r; $5 78 HI: 71 I to buy a book to keep the tax records In. and departure of passenger trains to and Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick"?

    Total rainfall for the week: 1.00 Inch. Communication from the town of Mel. June 1a44, 11X1O.Hulunoecnolion from Tltusvllle:

    Departure from normal rainfall for the bourne relative to keeping In repair hand. May tut 11100.., 0,024 m lIouTHeou D. Offices, foot ot Iloga'u Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262
    week: mlnuH .47 Incline Departure bridge. In town of Melbourne, was received Amount received in May 11)06) . .. 3i,K4 w
    from normal rainfall since 1 and on motion the same, Is re Lessee Tltunvllle for Miami and ) 3:10 pin .1. K. MUNNEKLYN General} Manager I
    January. jected. Total. ..... .. .... ..... ... .. .UttU31: intermediate Iolnt..t. f Li:04/ pin ,
    plus 2.S3 Inches. Lens warrants pall In May 1906snd
    HAL. r. HAUOIN Ofllolal lu charge. Report of John Powers, cattle and beef delivered ti>County: : t''unmiseiotl., ::: I
    .. ..............
    inspector of cattle and beef butchered era and Bohm.l Muard 3.0I1I11U Lesv.Tnuevlllefor.fackeullvme. I 2ii/l: / p m The Oldest, Extabllnlied Drain. and Seed House In the Bute.I
    during !May IDOil, was received. l&ullotermedlat".olotll, f 3:00: a in
    Balance. on hand Juno lut.,lUOD,....( 9.BJI: nAHOVB :
    Tho Hoard proceeded to revise the TirrSVII.LK-SANKO1II" HIIAKCII.' PtmmAmD .
    eager; buy registration books,: and the followingnames UALANC'B ..
    i second-hand automobile. And were struck from the list. !See: Deposited In Inillan is IIKUD River State l'uLI.OWIlI; Leav. Tltusvllle for Sanford } $'.\4" ?I' w'". Y41Alit1Wm.: : A. Sours: & Oo.1

    North America Is just as eager to list In our next Issue.It llHnk.iiK. : : per (wiliiur's: rerttrtoate.- Arrive Tltuavtlle from Sanford'. JiJU: j.
    Is moved and seconded tacked to niiintlilv. report.and oiuh :: [,
    . Bell them. Henry notify all jail manufacturing that John In vale, ........ . ..:....;... .. .. ... 0,112074 GRAIN, HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

    Companies to bid on the erection of two RAw NCItl. BKLONOI TO KACIf FUND AS FOI. THE CLYDE STEAMSHIPS.The ,

    IOWA'H anti firecracker, antl.ex.ploslve jail cells as well as of four oell Bids County RevRnne-rinnurai LOWS Fund .. ... ..(1.301 Ml Flour '
    to be received at the next meeting of the .. haul. and Hr.IKB. fund.. ..... .. M.> l lHullilInK let y Grits Meal and Fertilizers
    bill for July 4, which has Hoard first. Monday in July HHMi.) Motion :> : Fund . ... ' 117(1( Clyde Steamship Company ls l always
    pi ssed the house of that state goea; canted.1C Feeding Fine i and 1'rlHoneni Forfeiture; Fund Fund..:.:::..: 4,5417 1,04 211 09 trying to do something to Improvethe e 20(1( East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    the full Is moved and seconded! that .. .... service between Jacksonville to New
    in the
    to extreme prohibiting tll"'O.| no.'IJ'und! New PlHt.No. I. II lu
    Hoard of Countv Commissioners give .. .. .. .. .. :l .. .... 31MM: York. On and after June (Ith, nil ships Catalogue) Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. Ry.

    discharge of any gunpowder on tJOO:!( towards the drainage of the pond u.. "e "e "" ".. u" 3 4 New. .. .... aim 1119' 00 1H of the Clyde Line wilt sail At 10 o'clockIn - - .---- . .
    day. back of the Court House. Motion car flame Warden Fund ................... .. 1,044 OH! the morning with the exception of
    iled. Property of Deoearad. Persona Fund ... am the Iroquois, sailing Tuesday, June 12,
    County School.-fleimral Fund..... .. ...: 01Special which will leave the pier at t.hreoo'clook
    SaM: facetious yarnist has start Petition of registered voters and real 'rexSuhoolDint.No.I...... .... :a 3D MeMurray & Baker
    estate owners from Road District :No.:- 3, 9.... ... .. Ail M In the afternoon. This will save peoplethe
    ed one about lightning; striking an praying) for a special tax for road purposes Special. School Fund "0" State a"I.. .. 3.11)00 trouble of going aboard at night on
    editor and burning up "a big; roll of seven mills was received and It Total .. .... ................... .. $ DIIoa: 12 account of the early sailing hour. 4O1-413
    of $10 bills in his pocket." There appearing from comparison of .Bald petition JOAN RSNRT.Count' Treasurer --- East Buy Street, Jacksonville, Florida I

    might have been a big roll of thunder with the registration. books and Dade County Land For Sale -Makers and Jobbers of I
    tax rolls that a majority of registered -
    around ; but the roll in the edi voters and real estate owners. residing, In STATE:! OF OHIO Cirv OF TOLKDO!: (
    tor's pocket-well, that's another said road l district have signed said petition LVCAS l OUNTY.: ( S9 For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof

    one. tho special road tax of seven mills Frank J. Cheney makes oath than he southeast quarter of sections, town. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
    __________ for said shin US., south of range .11 Aunt; close to ,
    prayed In Is
    as petition Is hereby senior partner. of the firm of F. J. 10. Wood's" plantation ,
    + levied upon all of the real and I personal Cheney A Co., doing business the <'Ity< K. pineapple on
    TITCHVILLK, like other towns, property being In said road district No. of Toledo County and /State: aforesaid, St Luole River; 40 acres. Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

    needs a thorough cleaning.! If 3, and the TAX Assessor of Brevard and that said (llrrn will pay the sum of Also, the northeast quarter or north
    each would do their county Is hereby Instructed to curry out One: Hundred Dollars for ench and every east quarter of section 18, township 38, First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.Ooiiivpiiny.

    person port said special road millage upon all the case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by south of range 41 east; on south fork ofdt. ", -- -- .. .
    we would have a more attractive real and personal property In said road the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. Lucle River; 40 acre Apply to

    town. Why not enforce the law to' dlstilot on the tax] rolls for the year 11)110. FRANK J. CHENEY. CHAR H. WALTON, J\rnlNby J\Inciaillc.oy ,

    prohibit the throwing of wastepaper The Hoard adjourned until 3: p. m., Sworn to before me and subscribed ID Tltusvllle Fla OF JACKSONVILLE::- FLORIDA.

    and trash on the streets? June 1 100(1)( my presence, this Oth day of December SAW MILLS ENGINES AND Bon.ERS.PORTADLE
    Tim Hoard. of County Commlisloners A. D.1880. A.W. GI.KAHOX Shoe ICepalrlng.I ,
    We should have trash
    barrels on met on this, nth day. of) June A. D. 1DOU\ ;, (Seal) Notary Public.Hall's OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.

    every corner and compel people to at :2. p. m. Present : K. A Conkling Catarrh Cure la taken Internally do all kinds of boot and shoe -Write for Catalogue- },
    put their trash in them and our chairman; J. K !Mlot, J. F. Woolen, T. and acts directly on the blood and mu. Ing and do not forget It. Opposite repair Jas Sold on Easy Term Cor. Ward and Jefferson Streets.RON11Ln '

    Town Council could make provisions J. Cookshutt A. A. !:Stewart clerk; and Coils surfaces of the system. Send fot Pritchard & Son ANDREW . .- .- . \
    i for having the trash removed. J. P. Brown kherltT. testimonials free. Titnsville GIBSON Fla. .... ....... .......... ........... ....... .-.-....-
    The following bills were examined and F. J. CHK.NKY) & Co., Toledo, O. :
    approved and warrants ordered to be Sold by all Druggists 75o : : : : cto FXSX3.E" K

    drawn for the same this June ">, I'.IOU.OKNKIIAI. \ ( Take Hall's Family PUN for constipation. OOOOCI F'a.;: -K
    TilE process of converting; the -KK
    + Mexican from silver to
    currency . U. Mot, Co. Com it mileage 8 40 :: :
    gold In proceeding rapidly and it It. A. Conkllng" 1:1: HO Are Von Going1 North.* I EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. 4<<
    Is believed that eventually this J. F. Wooten II . H (J pT..1.Cochshutt" j <*
    conversion will roach! $50,000,000, . . 4 HO Get your Clyde steamship tickets from Marine Railway. 4*
    or nearly a third of the metal J. P. Brown waiting on Co. Com 4 OoI the agent at Tltusvilla. Charming trip 3eneral Merchants and Chandlers .. <<
    ). I.. Uaulden. sal. 1'ros. Att'y. :ii: :'lt: Ship *. from -
    stock of the Mexican Jacksonville to :New: York by the .. '
    money country. A. D. Penney eel Co. Judge . 25: OOK. palatial steamships of the Clyde Line. ..Special Facilities.. X- <<
    gold; coin to the amount of $2- 1 W. Hall, corns an Tax Col . 418 :'HVV. CHAH. H. WALTON *. <*<

    000,000 from the Philadelphia mint S: Norwood salary Keg officer 13; 00 Tltusvllle,Fla. tor Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing ..... <<

    has just reached :Mexico! City and J. P. Brown, janitor . . . . . .500 <<
    Yachts and Launches. <<
    .1. P. Drown
    ag much Is In Reader, do you subscribe for the EAST K
    more expected a fort. K Howler ferryman . . . . : Send to for
    S Ol COAST AI>VOCATB: ? Mention the ADVOOATI when writing. us the Spit Fire Plug-The Best Plug M ade. -*:
    night. This will bringthe. amountof A A Stewart mln for pub . . . A (1111) _. .. .. '" $1:50 each-Postage paid by us.
    gold In circulation in the coun A A Stewart accountant. . . . 30 00 ---- - -- ---- -- ------------- --------- *. *_ _****_*_.******** ......*** ..###*.* .... .. L.L,L,L,L...._..<.<.
    ___- -. -_. - - ,
    l try up to $7,000,000. Tltusvllle K L Co light jail ete. . )" ill,i -C : :: : : : : : : _ '"-- ". '!."-" :" _

    i W W Italian) dep n>g olllcor . . 1J: OO)

    I HenryVilnon " . . i_ oo) The Ocklawaha Nurseries Lorillard :Boat
    i S J Field . . U: (1111) Co.
    As ig
    JACKSONVILLE: the gateway E V Hall to. . . 13: 00 ,

    t of Florida and through it cornea H A Ostven II . . . 13; IK() TANOEIUNE, FLORIDA, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
    the bulk of commerce of the State J '1' Snell u u . . 12: 00
    the condition of the business of Its H Smith (4 . . . 1J: 00 Want Orange Grower to know that It Is to their Interest to buy trees Boats Bought Sold and Built to Order
    la (I T Mcltiido, . . . 12 00K from their stock, I1ECAUSE: they have THE BEST TREES GROWN IN ,
    port a pretty good guage of the H Arnold . . . IJ: 00 FLORIDA. GOOD RESULTS can only be obtained from trees that have an ,

    I condition of the business of the C I II( Naumno It. . .'JI: IJ K) ABUNDANCE OF GOOD ROOTS stems that STOCKY, tops WELL DEVELOPED Jc.sta:: ed.
    State. That there Is little de. .IP Cooper : . 13 OO and leaves, and wood that Is ENTIRELY FREE!!: OF INJURIOUS
    prension In the shipping business 11 F Heal .' . Id i 00 INSECT LIFE. OUR TREES bave all these GOOD POINTS In their favor, "BOATS:' 'CAREFULLY STORED FOR TilE SUMMER-Representatfve for
    of Jacksonville 4n Vance mdse for county judge and we cordially Invite your inspection. :SPECIAL INDUCEMENT: are offered the T. & )1. Reversible Gasolene Engine: Ii to 23; horse power. The only
    either in freightor office . . . . 4 00 to those who will place their order now, for fall delivery. OUR :NEW:- EARLY engine of the kind in }Florida and the best on the market. See this engine: lait
    passenger departments goingor I E Ij Steveu rep's on jailor house 1 13 SEEDLESS::! ORANGE, EARLY AS: PARSON BROWN PROLIFIC AS PINE boat at place of business-end of City Wharf. /
    while K I. Brady llro mdsa for . APPLE.: Ask about It. .
    coming, less favorable jail :3 24 us Catalogue free -- -- - _. _.
    ,.f I'rltchardit ou" II MID
    condition in
    prevail most of the J It Walker A Co ,. ''I 1 () ADDRESS TXTUS'VXLLE LI'D7R'Y: ST.A.EILE..1::
    Southern ports at this season, goesto U'nlker Hardware Co mdse for j 1 13 The Ocklawaha Nurseries

    show thai the State of Florida !K!: I. I Irmly A Hro mdso for poor f. :117 30! ,

    is In a more prosperous!! condition Wilson Toomer fertilizer for p f 20 00 O. W. CONNER, Proprietor. FEED AND::- SALE SADDLE HORSES

    than the sister J K lore sal as supt poor farm. 50 OO TANGERINE .. ,
    states of the
    South. .1- n K" flltrM...._ to._ freight _n.....' C. 1 .0 FLORIDA. ...STABLES., .. BUGGIES,
    Walker Grocery Co: mdse for p f U 51)O \ aJr'Our': CREOCIDE preparation for the destruction of ante Ileus, and other

    A WHITER i in a current KDurwn nidxe. poor (arm. :a! Itl vermin will do the work UAGGAGE SURREYS
    weekly EV Dunn cook for poor farm. la: 00) .
    draws attention to the fact TRANSFER" x 14 t
    O A Stewart Ins on new elks otlloo U7 CO r )+ and TURNOUTS of
    fires are more common in America J P Brown waiting on co ct 10 II K) .

    than in MrltUh cities, although the J !" Drown drawg and sums jury East Florida HAULING ETC r ..all kinds.. '1J. 1/

    fire departments in this oo ct . 30 73 Nurseries

    more costly than in England.countryare A conipt A Stewart eto.Apr red to 2 OO TITUIIVILLE.In. :3MC.: OlsbLtn:

    In 1003 there were in the New York P J Hall material poor" f building.Ml$ 03Ro.tD ; : rear of Robblns' Law Office FLORIDA

    STANDAR'D VARIETIES - -- .. -. . ___ _
    boroughs of Manhattan" Richmond, rCNO: JII"". JfO. 1. OF --- - - h __._ _

    and the Bronx:, 7,7.10: Ores, against N :M Fish. road work . . . ;i oo
    enly 3.Hlln: the whole of London F II Boye road and bridge work, 14 n at: ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT TREES. Whitehall Portland Cement

    with its 0,000,000.) inhabitants. The E C I. A S Co lumber. . . . . . 27 "8

    claim is made that more solid maferials flOAt FTJJD:: DINT so. 2.N Orders booked now for. fall delivery." I also offer some choice Valencia Late,

    used In buildings are reponiible ::- it Fish ., 400E Tar d I ft. Ruby and Pineapple- for Summer planting. Trees first class In 600 Barrels will be received In the next sixty da,.. .

    for British immunity C L I S: Co lumber . . . . . 550 every way. Costs a little more than other cement but Is better.

    from Ores, but the main secret J 1) Same roadwork., . . . . . . 4 ORO.'D \ WmAddress
    would seem to be tho : Reed .
    I greater care. FUND: OI"T. NO. 3. Coast Lumber &
    lessness of American Supply Co.
    N if Fish trip and R R fare to DRAYTON ISLAND: FLORIDA. ,




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    M. Fish, of Cocoa, was calling ou Morgan & Walton
    I FIRE: INafKANCE!: In reliable ooniianles at his niece, Miss Winifred Dixon, recentlyA. ,
    lowest Html Estate handled
    ruton. ooiu*
    **************** on
    ** ir minaloD. Abs'tauts. )IOKOUI.W' A LTc'''. L. Bruner and wife, and Misses
    i TltUHTllle, Fla.
    Z ---- Beth and Nellie, went'to Cocoa, shopping Titusville. F a_

    Newsv Notes Contributed bv Our Regular <> Chas. Schoonmaker has received his / a few days ago.

    : $ appointment as Postmaster Everett awloy, and Carl "'Ittfol.tweat k
    Corps of East Coast
    i Coi-renpondents." Horvey Bower line moved Into the last week, to :Stuart, to see the FIRE INSURANCE.
    I pineapple plantations.
    ,,' ....._ .. ....N.................................. N....e. Vullle cottage for the summer.
    - - - - - ,
    MeHitames Baldwin and Taylor and I .
    !Mr. and Mr. Hartwoll both died of
    pneumonia. They left llocklvdge too Miss! Peachey were calling/ on Auntie I RELIABLE COMPANIES-LOWKST: RATESI'ROMrT : -
    1ri1"'"' Please Bend all com m unlcluloDls Eau Gallie. Hughes: last Tuesday.'
    early in the season. PAYMENT\ OF. LOSSES.: : ,
    and Items for publication to "Editor, Mesdames Blsbeo and Walker, and the : '
    Mrs. J. S. Coats leave* In a few daysto
    ; I
    ADVOCATE, Tltunvtllo, Fla. make her home with her Misses Alma and Ula Gelger, of Lotus, \
    SARAH ('. HODO8OV_I'm, 'slfUH AND BUR i permanent attended the memorial services.
    OKI> .. Eau Oallle. Florida.. daughter, Mrs Annie Asplnwall, of Macon ABSTRACTS. >
    We cannot guarantee to publUh Ga. Dr. Holmes, wife and daughter, Miss.

    Items that do nut reach this office before Summer: weather nod no mosquitoes. A. L. Hatch, foimerly prominent Mamie; Mr. ant Mrs. Mast, and Mr.

    r noon on ThurNdae.t,4 W. T. Wells, of Melbourne has his florist of this place, tin now of Christmas and Memorial Mrs. Black Day,. of Hurvlcos City Point here., attendedthe SEE IF YOU HAVE A GOOD TITLE 'I'() YOUR PKOPF.ra'Y. .

    - 1 l.iiue houseboat on Hodgson's arrived here on Friday, for visit "
    -Will correspondents oblige us by ways. with his children.Mrs. i DaVoe Cams. wife and little daughter,

    r writing the names of people and places and The fearno telephone polo. from Elm Game J. E. Rhoads, with her two child May, of Courtenav, were here Decoration REAL ESTATE
    O are up and ready for the wire. ( Day. Miss tattle 1 Bower accompanied
    potmlble ? ren, who spent the I winter at Palm cot-
    an plainly as
    The Ice man Is now un tmpoitant person tape returned to her home In Cincinnati her sister home, Saturday, for aweek's

    litre In this town, and makes; his 0., on Wednesday.Miss visit HANDLED ON COMMISSION': TIM HER LANDS FOIl! SALE. )

    Melbourne.RICHARD rounds regularly. i Avilla Spencer celebrated her Miss Nell Owen was visiting Miss Vlr-
    Quite' number of alligators'lleem gal; Singleton at Marti several days last
    to lath birthday at the residence of her Your Business Solicited.
    have made their !home In Eau Gallie har aunt, Mrs. J. J. White. Her filends week. Mr. and Mrs. Singleton and Respectfully
    daughter brought Miss. Nell borne, Sun
    bour.tblslfummer. gave her many useful presents. Reference: Indian River State Bank Tltusville Fla.
    W. QOODK.-Real Estate Notary day, and /Spent:: the day. ,
    Publio and Conveyancer. Agent fur Etna Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson f discovered a boot 11 o'clock, last Sunday, a cry, -
    Liverpool: and Ixmdonand Olnbe,and Hartford nest of snake eggs, and Is closely watchIng "Fire !f" startled our citizens and upon While trying/ to cross the Jacksonvillebar
    Fire InHiiranoK Companion. Special attention 'n few days ego with Itogeio'sl.iunch
    the Indian
    hatching process. Investigation, the old dock of the
    paid" tile Interest ot non-reatdente.I Cora and ProMsVhlte' boat
    Sebun Jones, of the Indian over Nar River float Co was found on fire; but men, well known on Indian, two River colored ,

    B3T" Subucrlptlons; for the ADVOCATE, rows was In town on Monday last lookIng from plenty getting of help much and of water a hold prevented on the ad-It formerly of this place, wore drowned BANKING BY MAILis
    the pink paper) of the East Coast, will be i after his holdings In Eau Gallie. Nero Footman anti Ed. White. Their

    received at the Melbourne Postoffice. I Major Van Duyne, of the K. M. I., joining building. uncle, Press White, clung to bin bout
    C. II. HlbbB, Albert Lockhart. Chas. and was saved. Both boats are total
    In Washington D. last
    was C. week
    Hiss Helen Miller is spending a few route to his home In, New,York state., en Smith, Aitbur Smith and John Cowart wrecks. Ed. White loaves a wife and not only safe and practical but often more
    days in Eau Gallle. went to Oceanus' on Saturday, returning six or seven small children. Footman
    Letters from J. E Raulerson, of Chicago Sunday They report a jolly time, having bad nO Children. convenient than banking at home .
    Dr. L. A. Peek went Boston
    to MaNR., deposes that there Is no place like the luck to turn a :lUul\) \). turtle and
    last] week, to attend the Medical\ Associa Indian Momotlal Day WAS observed and an certainly more confidential. i\
    River, on the East Coast of Fla. finding about 61) doz. eggs; and John ,
    tion. *
    Cowart bad the pleasure of shooting. at good proRrmnmo was carried
    Jno. E. M. Hodgson is having/ new out. The church was filled by 1 o'clock
    i Mrs. Gov. Gleaaon and W. II. II. Glea- a bear.
    sills placed under his residence .
    at Sarno. with a good audience and the exorcises
    1 W.son,Goode were the dUI'lntheir guests of )Ir. and In Mrs.\ Mel.R. C. G. Redstone anj son are doing the The notice of the death of our much- opened by singing; ; -'Tenting, on the Old Send us_ )your savings t od aWe ; ,

    bourne, last week./ stay work. esteemed neighbor, 1<;. A. Itartwell, Camp Grounds! ," followed by prayer, by -

    We will shortly have a new which occurred at his summer home In Comrade Must", of Ohio, who nerved In
    Miss Estella Williams and Miss Viola In the Treutler building. It will grocery be Chicago on May 23th: reached your correspondent the lat Ohio Artillery.

    Ilorton have returned to St. Augustine, opened by an old resident of the Indian too late for the last "issue' of (i. W. Holmes M. H., of the -JJnd:! Ohio, will 4010and
    after spending three weeks here and in River the ADVOCATE. Mr. Ilartwell bought read "Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg." pay you I

    Fort Pierce, with relatives. his tine grove here IS years ago. and has Recitation\ "Victory of Peace," by
    A. J. Uogero'a'new freight carrier was resided here every winter since. He was Miss Maggie Carter.
    Molbourneltes are now enjoying moon. launched from Hodgson's marine railwayon 78 years' old, but did nearly all of Song, "My Country 'tl, of Tlioe."
    light trips to Melbourne beach hunt to withdraw
    turtle and turtle What, to fun for :Sunday last, ready for Installing the his orange packing, and some of his fruit Rending, "When they enlisted and allow you
    sggs machinery gathetlng. lie was a kind and genial when died "
    the younfolks, also for of the they by Mrs. A. L. Bruner;
    / some
    older ones. ivT.. Wells, of Melbourne, was In neighbor a good; citizen and an honest Recitation, "The Cavalry Charge," by Without Notice. .
    Eau Gallie, Monday loading his lighter man. He leaves four daulhtel's-J\lr" Mis.' Walker.
    Hotel Carleton closed on Hay 31st, for with crate material for his pineapple Geo. M. Ludlow, of Evanston, III.; Mrs. Recitation' "The Flag that Betsy
    the summer, after a most successful season plantation.Mrs. Wm. O. I.udlow. of East Orange, :N. J.; l-IRde."by Misses. Nina Baldwlu, Nellie

    Mrs. Ferguson and Miss Llllle Mrs. Allan S. Kirkwood and Miss Florence and Moth Bruner and Winifred Dixon, Remittances be made by New York draft' .
    leave soon for three months visit in J. A. Gilbert and his mother, Hartwell of Qnlssett, Mass. each with a (II a//{. may ,

    Chicago, III. I. 0. Gilbert, will leave this week, for Later news to hand says his wife, Mrs. Song, "The Red, White and Blue." postal or express money order

    Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Branch and Odessa N. Y., where they will spendthe T.Uzle Simpson Hartwoll died on May Reading, "How, when and whore the

    of Orlando, are welcome guests daughter at summer :Dint. Star Spanieled- Manner was written", bv1I..s currency in registered letter or

    the home of Afr. and Mrs. E. P. Brauch. Mes-rs. Redstone and Spiller spent an Nina Baldwin. checks. t
    These charming people Intend to spend evening on the bench last week Mrs. I Malabar.We :Song, "The Star Spangled Banner"

    some time at our seaside resort, Melbourne Wplller and Mrs. Redstone were In the Sung, "Massa'a In the Cold, Cold ..
    | .' beach. party, which returned with over -iOo Ground," by Miss\ Cora Munson and her

    turtle eggs. here Kind to see our old friend, brother Guy. The First National Bank '
    Mrs. A. Treutler, Miss Horolih and Walter Starok:, who recently spent a dayor Sung "him Me Hong: of the Sunny
    Robert Manuel drove down from Eau The Kentucky Military Institute will two bore. South," by Misses Ula and Alma Galger. ,
    Gallie last Sunday, In Mrs. Treutler's be connected ,with Eau Gallie by telephone Memorial Day address, by Rev. J. 11.
    line carriage, to visit )[r... John Goode, this coming season. This is a We were sorry to hear of the accident Hawk. Miami:: : F o._ ;
    and calf on some other Goode friends. further addition to the many advantagesSarno that befell J. F. Farley's mule. She Song, "Just Before the Battle Mother\ ,"
    Mrs. Treutler expects to soon go to the : already hear was feeding on the railroad, and a train by Miss Nellie Owen and Mrs. Walker. State Depository. City Depository;.

    mountains of >North Carolina, for the A large houseboat arrived In Eau Gal- killed her. Then the audience took their flowers

    summer. lie on Tuesday last, for the use of the G. W. Washburn. who lately purchased and went to the cemetery and loooratetl Assets $50O.OOO.OO.

    II. P. Bowden, who ]left here last October Florida Fish and Produce Co. This a new launch, started for Melbourne\ Ohio the graven of Morris Holmes,Co. B, 17th ,_. _ _-____ . i.---- . __ _ -__ ._ . .i
    expecting to live In Japan, has firm has a large plant In this town-A. on Saturday: last, but the. engine broke Fish Infantry Co. and Sergeant Henry C.
    137th Illinois Volunteers
    .J N. Adams, manager, down, and Mr. Wasbburn had to spend ,
    returned to Melbourne to make it his ,
    \ permanent home. When he left he an hour or two out on the river. He' each with a flag and Jlowers. All of the About that line off .
    gave In the .
    Miss left for graves then decorated
    Georgia Spiller Tltusville cemetery
    K. W. Goode his place, with home and polled his launch to Malabar dock, and
    on Monday to take the teachers' exam. with an abundance of flower
    went In the We he
    to sell. He sold and up wagon. hope
    young grove It
    Inatlon before the County' :Superintendent. will do better next time. Comrade Hugh K. Hughes, of the 8th
    now Mr.\ Bowden la investing In a town We wish Miss Spiller every success. Kentucky Cavalry, Co. M, had charge of KEEN KUTTER GOODS-
    lot and
    to build a concrete cottage She ha*'many friends Eau Gallie. the ceremonies. -
    ou it. Mr. Bowden is
    an English a I
    gentlemau of wealth who has traveledover The llghthouss on the north point of Fort Pierce. ,

    a large part of the world, and finds the Tan' Gallie river Is proving more and KXTIIA.CT: OK" ORATION DELIVERED UVKICV can't l bout '
    the climate of the East Coast suits him more of a benefit to mariners, fishermen They )o
    best St. Luclo county la claimed to be the : J. II. HAWK. ,
    yachtsmen and all who use this fine har banner county In the state. The editor. '
    bour as an anchorage ground. The light The ,"ara.. not a fight trumped' up
    of this ban some land for sale In
    paper r
    tali Deadly Serpent liitca! Is run up every night at sundown. that county. lie will sell\ It cheap for In the decade Dreceedinir hostilities. It Sold) by I
    was a legacy from the fathers. Hamilton .
    are as common in India as are stomach - -- -- cash. This land will, no doubt, treble
    and liver disorders with us. For the lat. in value In a short time. Now Is your end, Jvtlersnn held respectively to
    ter however there is Following The 'lng.: time to and hold It the the Democratic-Republican and Federalist .j
    a'sure remedy: buy an pineapple JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
    y. Electric Bitters; the great restorative When our soldiers went to Cuba. and I plantations are rapidly extending.: -Address views of the /government Their J ,
    T I medicine, of which y.; A. Brownof Ben- the Philippines, health was the most Chas II. Walton, Tltusvllte, Fla. views: were later championed by the

    nettsville, S. C., says: "They restoredmy Important consideration. Willis T. Morgan doughty honest Webster and Calhoun, both I TITUSVILLK, FLA. )
    wife to perfect health, after years of retired Commissary Sergeant/ U. S. statesmen seeking the weal of the
    suffering with dyspepsia and a chron- A., of Rural Route 1, Concord, N. II., Pineapples are being shipped In large country. Webster, the giant defender

    ically torpid liver." Electric Bitters cure says: "I was two years In Cuba and quantities. and lieved expounder In a centralized of the sovereign constitution federal be- ....*.......................................44*....*
    chills and fever, malaria biliousness, two years In the Philippines, and being Air. Floyd of Orlando, was In townon
    lame back, kidney 'troubles and bladder subject to colds, I took Dr. King's New Wednesday government. Jefferson, whose lung real.

    Ked disorders. Hold on guarantee by thee Discovery for Consumption, which keptme E. J. Shattuck was In town on Wed dunce monarchies II) Europe and all no things disgusted that him squintedIn with I Daytona Novelty Works J !
    Cross Pharmacy Price BOo. In perfect health. And now. In New
    Hampshire, we find It the host medicine nesday, visiting lends. Ilio tlliectlon absoluteism, brqueuthetf ,

    In the world! for coughs, colds, bronchial Mrs. W. L. Keefer, loft here, Tuesday, his robe and mantle to John' C). Calhoun,
    who becnme the i |
    Mims. teed troubles at the and Red all lung Cross dillea Pharmacy ns. Guaran Price to upend a few days at Wabusso.Mrs. and the spokesman Doctrine of of State Nullifica Hoveielgoty E. DILLINGHAM Proprietor. "\

    Miller and daughters
    were pleas
    5Uo and 100. Trial bottle free. tionTUeso Flint! Street, Near Freight Depot
    Melons are ripening In all the patchesnow. ant ,visitors town on Tuesday.The commanders led mighty host
    lawn social at Mrt. Robert Lennard's of men, of greater or less ability, for i IMYfONA, FLORIDA. .1'
    fifty veins., Often war seemed Imminent .
    Mrs. J. Z. KyEer has been quite lick Indianola. Monday night, wa well attended but the "great pacificator," Henry Phone 70- 1- 1

    for several days. Mrs. R. D. Hoke, of Jensen, waits Clay: would save the day by a famous

    The orange growers are busy fertilizer- Mrs. S. J. Field left Wednesday to pleasant visitor In town on Wednesday compromise and measure But compromises i Mill thoroughly/ ] remodeled and equipped for all kinds of t..

    s log and spraying visit her daughter, Mrs. A. A. Buck, at County Surveyor J. ft. Fries, of Tltusville complaints, prayers and plead $
    ings lut PLANING SAWING and
    were at of no avail. The wantof RE-SAWING.
    has been here few
    Dan Simmons Ormond, a day., surveying -
    and family moved to free Intercourse between the North

    Chuolota, Tuesday.A. John Macdonald and wife were the ; and South bred jealousy, suspicion, seatlonalUin .
    Window Frames Door Frames Sash
    M.TerwIllelgar\ Is looking after his last of our winter residents to leave] for Leroy Geiger held services in the Hap. ; the different system of laborIn I.| Doors j ?

    orange groves In Shiloh for a few weeks. the north an they stayed this year until tist church, last feund.iy morning and the two sections; the tariff which :
    June. evening favored the North at the expense of the SCREENS I:!, BRACKETS, MOULDINGS : j
    Mrs. J. T. MoGuire Is prolonged South the !
    on a ; slavery; evil Influences of
    John lot and Field made short O. O. Popple ton of Stuart was a
    visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. SI Joe a demagogues and other causes, broughtat (Pine or Cypress) All kinds of Turning," Colonial Columns + 4
    X olle. visit l In Sanford, the last of the week. pleasant visitor to town on Monday. He last the Z
    The former to visit a brother and the Intends moving his bees here In the near destructive storm cloud,nr-oharged with with plain or carved capitols. Z v f"I
    he John Deal Is enjoying his new buggy, latter to see a cousin. future. The shock of civil strife' came on and I Cabinet Work and all kinds of Stair Work and Inside Fnlslu rl I

    'h recently. purchased, these hioollgbtnights. Rev. Wm. Stone, of Palatka, was with Mrs. Ed. Edge, accompanied by Dr. the flower of the land, North end South, ; My Mouldings are always bright and well finished. = .

    KB last Sunday and gave us two very Lloyd, left for rU. Augustine on Sunday was sacrificed to end the contention = I
    J.McGuire left Thursday for Cocoa, good and Interesting sermons. The morning, Mrs. Edge going to consult Dr.S. which had agitated the nation for so JIT-ESPECIAL DISCOUNTS TO CONTRACTORS ON FRAMES Z

    where be goes to look after R. L. Mot- evening service was well attended and G. Worley. many weary voars. MOULDINGS:!, ETC.
    f i
    \' low's saloon for; the summer. all seemed favorably Impressed with Messrs. Watkins and Weaver have We strew flowers upon the graves of "
    Tom the men who died to save the Union, ........... .. .. .. .............
    Ellis, wife and children, left for him.The purchased the Troy Laundry from Mr. and we do not forget to drop a tear for i 1
    Hawks Park. Monday, where they expect: friends In this place were greatly' Purcell. We wish them -great success the men who wore the whose r ----- -
    to make their future home. shocked to learn of the death of Mr. I. In their new undertaking.

    Mrs. Owen, of Jacksonville, and the P. Megancel, of Scranton, Pa which Quite a number of the members of Indian whoso honesty bravery and sincerity we respect.we honor, and 1- S. K. Watts f

    Misses Ethel and Ruby Owen, are visiting occurred lust two weeks after his return River Camp No 53, marched In file We area united people to-day. We ;: ,
    Mrs. L. Fielding for several weeks home. While here last winter he and to the Cemetery last Sunday, and decor. visit and commune with each other, we 1
    his wife were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I ated the graves of deceased Sovereigns join la ono common cause-all honor to : :
    There will be a benefit supper at the Sander on, and during his stay here our glorious! dead. We owe a profound Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Novelties .j
    Minis house Last Dr. Erlillch had '
    Friday evening for the Gll- made many warm friends. This Is the Saturday night gratitude to those who bought the prizesof I
    */ bert f' the misfortune to lose his hoarse
    } after packing
    inlly, who were recently burnt out second person to pass away shortly Liberty! and Union and Peace, and be-
    uf house and home. their return to the North,as bfr.Sprague, and all his crates It was a great loss, as quathed them to us la a tentament written LADIKrt' AND: OENTH' FURNISHING/ OOODri: 8'rA'1'IONfRETC.: 'i j.
    I'. W. Ito6erts'attended the Institutional who with his wife and daughter, also crates are very scarce uow. Two boxcars In blood. I
    winter here passed were also burnt. The origin Is.UB-
    exercises spent pant awayat EAU: GALLIE, FLOHIDA. '
    of the Royal Arch, atTltusville. -- -"
    of his daughter'In Colum- known.
    .. which time ._ .
    Wednesday, at --- --- -- - - --- --
    several Grand Officers and visitors at. bus, O., a few weeks after leaving here. Indian River Camp No. 53: W. O. W., SUMMER EXCURSIONS.The .

    tended. celebrated the Kith anniversary of their 2 ITE'V'ENS-' '
    i Order la fitting style. Songs, recitations EL _
    From Lockjaw
    Heath Clyde Steamship Co. will put on
    and speeches, with the band to assist

    Au Alarming Situation never follows ao Injury dressed with them were the order of the day. After a special! ran of tJ.J.OI/, Jacksonville\ to TITUS VI LLE, FLORIDA. : !. '

    v frequently results from neglect of clogged <> Bucklea's Arnica Salve. Its antiseptic the musical programme was finished, a New York and return commencing Jane ,1
    blood grand repast was spread, which all did 1st, with limit to Sept. SOtb. The rate
    properties prevent '
    bowels and healing
    and liver until
    torpid con :I'i.n.n.5.c. d
    will be for flrst cIaM <:, Plusrs.birs.g
    stipation becomes chronic. This condi- poisoning Cha Oswald, merchant ofRensselaersvllle justice to. > passage, Including .g
    tlan Is unknown to thorn who use Dr. N. Y..writes: "It cured meals and stateroom berth, and they .

    King's New Life Pills; the best and Seth Burch, of this place, of the" ugliestsore JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at expect home to cary. s.large number of oar -DEALER IN-
    gentlest of ,stomach and on hi. neck I ever saw. Cares people.Obtain
    regulators this office, at reasonable rates. Give
    ticket from the
    bowels. Guaranteed by the Red Cross cat, woands, barns and sores. 23o: at your Clyde TANKS BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SUNDRIES. bt
    Pbarraacp. Price 2So. the Red Cross Pharmacy. as share of your work. Agent, ADvocATe offlo, Tltosvllle.\

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    x 'NEW USEFUL---,, -PLANT.A -. Florida East Coast Railway. I

    C..tniiK.*nd.(V AaeommodafInsr PoCnf. :

    .The Ohio experiment Ktiitlrm has for Tho coronlllo plant is one of the legumes Imy a, Local Time Card No. i 66 In Effect April 16, 1906. ,,

    dome yours; boon reporting upon the and In foliage and form ot1I0wt'1' "

    Li-liarlor of strawberries under test resemble the garden pt>ll. The %s i : SOUTII-BOUND-READ DOWN NORTII-BOUND-READ UP. f"

    I nits record for 1005(): unions tho newer flowers grow in groups of seven or w : .. p9lry Ne. e8
    No, 78
    varieties that elnlui attention IlWiliindKperillng No. 20
    N..89 .
    eight blossoms and are a rich yellow la D.U, Dell, Dally
    ; re('elves the! following mention DeUt !

    : DesfTlbc'd lust SOUHOII, vlicu It color very fragrant In the daytime but OOpm II loam Lv_.__......._.J.rksnbvtl le....___._Ar 7 2pm 811km
    odorless at night/ says a writer In 1\ OHI.ID II Plant. .. ..._.__8unthJerkronvule.. ......._..._.LV 7 17Pm 8.7.m
    waft the most prolific variety in our 72"1"11 1040..01 .. ....._._..........A'"lu.'ln8.' ...___...._. .". llipm : ::8"01 i,
    colle! 'tlon. It 1ms done exceedingly, American Agriculturist. The )plants are 76:1pm.: 11 lHam ....._....._.......... 11.,111" ....N........"......... II 81pm 0am
    well again thin though Its lack: half hardy evergreen shrubs from two 80.01 1186sm .. ......._..... ..........En-I'al..lko....................... 62Opm:! 6 8 I
    season 11101.111, 11 00 01 Ar.....?.................... FiL1i I lam. 4 6 pln g o6am
    of firmness cMiiiuHl finny borrli'H to to four feet high and are suited! for ,.. ; III tigN p !.46pm! 11 IOltm Lv.......................... 1..I"'k..A! II 4[,pnl. Mllm t__

    spoil during/ the remarkably rainy, hot --U .................. Ar.............. ......Nan ("Ieo .-...................LV ..".............. II l Dam "
    weather. It In promising mid d.! : ; .................. II 11am I.v..I<"o Melon. ...... .... ..............Ar 921pmn ..................
    very ;{II\;', Isl' :; 6 ". '. ,.. -u Ii'An iz >ii Lv- .......................wDiliuei. .......................Lr.. 4I pm I'> .
    nimble vapuclnlly for tlio grower who ;". .Y. ",y4 11,11I, 1J 4upm .. .................._........lJlI pOll t......_.................... 4 2:1pm II 8Oan104x.m
    is flltuntccl near n good( liouio mnrket. ... .9:7i .J'o.. ........, 11'11'11I .......................O'molld......";......,........... 8 IIpn a Dam
    . {' ..... ,_. ...vr-..- However! HO fur nn wo are Informed I.\ i.r." .' 'I..,.'7 .._- .,,,.."-t -...... 10 1:1.01: 1 : ', .. ........................ l'or (lrano!' ..................... .. 8 85pm .4 8i.m .k'
    no plants urn yet on the mllrk.t.11 ,'" \ w. _. __ 2 ialpm', Ar..K..'" 81O'rnl\..,.................... ___II!! I.alll \i... u ..
    who saw thU variety even during tills .ftIt. 11 Ilium i 4: 411.1D dtt...................... Luke Helen................... I OOpm 6 15pm ,
    : ';. :" ," :.. 11 2M"1II, 4 Mpm .. j .......range ISty.: ............. .......Xrv 116opm 6 Opm $i""
    'W "" S ... 'd.r.. '.: .- .. . ,. 11 40RII1. 6 gllnn'. .. I.......... ..... Or..nlCe ('Ity Junction ............ 1:1: 46pm _111101'1 ''' -
    ';" 41ijil'i.ij iil Lv...................-Ne", Bm. rua.. .......................Ar 8 Wpm 4 06am k'

    (((, E1 i It mI'm 10pu1::: : 4'i 1fiPm:': m Ar.'. :::::.,:.::::::.::::::....::.Oak.1'Ihlxvllle.ll ll..::::::::::::::..:.::::::: : 2 7 0D 4Upm Pm 6 1OOam Isani:: y I #:

    ITo. i '" -II-oopii- ...... .Nnnor. 11Mam II aOpmII
    ht' 1 1 801.01 11 M1mm Lv.Ar ........................ Nnnfnrd.! ' ............................Ar\ II IOpm 1110am. I I7IT

    Jfc &Jsfr* 1 pui S hryin Lv..........................titurvllle .................. .......A'r 051.m 8 00..18 ,
    I( n *? Four Sailings Each Neck 12 Helm. II 6'plII' .. .......................... Cocnn., .........................Lv 1211'111 :2: 22am .
    . . 1l: 8111' IIHI'/ .........._..........:Itnrklalue :......................... I2Opm: 1."m: '
    . 1 0'"... .122.10', "'.........,........ Fnn; Ga11k... ...,....... ........I 1l: 471'111 114750 ,
    11 ,.n 1'0"10' .. ............... .r..Nelhtmrno.. ........................ .. 12871.01: 187aln '
    BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 1 :r;,. .... 11111.111, ............................Nr'bxstlan.. ........................ .. 1161arn 126x01( r I Ig

    g OIm.hO,1i :O: 001.0 lapin:::: :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::.rnrt:: Nt Lnrle Plerat.\ ...:::::..:::::::::::;:::::: :: 18 M'am 6kam: H OOn 661.01 t i i

    Galling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 8 )' "0 i\,11I\ ......... ................l.lhh.lIs............................. .. 10 flan 111Opm'\ 1 10un
    I II Gam .. ........................... Edon.:. .......,..................... 1)fnm. : llllpm .
    1Iln"II1 "U.Nlpm, .' ............................. Jrutn, .n .......................... 10 OMam 11S pin t'!
    The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe 8 111m .m .0' 137pu1. .. .................._..........I 4 shin 1 lapin: ........................ Iobu( 1 0",1 ........................ 0 Slall1 10 Open I
    .1eI&1111& 74Opnt, .. ........................ 11e-JIII'II..r....................... 01x,1,0, 1\1 041)nlDUm )
    Clyde New England and Southern Lines. II II lspm. ....................\\'o.t I'.hnlloaeb ................... .. II 46nro 980pmII
    ti a1.+;r Direct Service Between .1'I1m: H d l put' .. .......................... Dnyntou. ......_........ ....... II 2Onm D 01 pin
    I II t'ILI"I' / 1"pul' I. .............................. lel1'lI ............_.............. .. S 1"001 II /mpma .
    .. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points .IHIt' 0 40.111, .. ...................J'ort I.II".I..rdl\lo.. .................... .. 7 2..m,. 7 60pmii '
    COIIO.NILLA:- IN PULL IUI)():.!. .. T.7I\n. 1,471.1,1\ ...,.......... Dania.' _......_............ 7111RIR) 7/1Opm/ ;
    w 7 11"11"" I 0 Ispu1. ........................ II alluu'lolu........................ 7 On"l11 7 8n"m ;
    greenhouse or window culture. Tboyre'luII' ; (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) Z"ram: 10 21'1.11.' .. ....................Lem.... (;lIy. ..................... 041am! 7 ''i
    SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS 7 bunt 10001'11I dr.... ...... ... ..............Miami ......................._Lv 1\\ 8Dam. 7 Wpm
    constant lncliliitf i back to ke..pthem flnuthhound......... ..... .... ..... . ....... ... .... .. .......from Levis Wharf BoHton 11I1."" .. ............... I.v1..........,.......... .biiaml. ................,....tAr................ 800pu1lU '
    In good shape and besides produclnit Northbound ..".. .... ......, . ..'....... ........ .. from foot of Catherine. Street Jackaonrllla lOaut) .................. .........................lluuualead' .......................ILV .................. 1280ptn I.H I.
    n moro handsome plant this - - -- --- -- -- -
    I II furnishes r.nflft I'arlnrrnrinii trains 29 and 73. DlI'fut stooping. Cars on train OD and 08. "N,
    R process more now growth Clyde St. Johns liver Line. liully vxi>..|"t tfiinduy.,
    ._ 1 1Ii.
    en which buds will be formed. The _

    exIllUHIiAND plants do best In Hull compoHed !of two- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. S3t10.21.. 23--191\ ; '.,?.,7 No.lB INo.16 No.18 No.20 I No.22 No.24 Sll. ,
    thirds loam and ouo-tlilrd turfy pent or Stopping lit PalHtka. Astor at. Francis, Kenmfonl (UeLand), and intermediate landIngs and, t.H i<"., v MAYPORT BRANCH.\ Dally Dally Sun.and
    lent mold. They require] perfect draln- the Bt. Johns November 15: 1l)0n Unir Dolly Sun. Dally Dally bun.Duty Dally
    BKEUIiINO. | on River commencing) Wednesday ( !.. .:. _ Only 'I(
    I Natural rlro age,_ but the roots whoiild never be allowed ---
    [ 1 to become the lower Steamer "CITY JACKSONVILLE.: 0O'p II 1,.. ninp, :a onp loooa I.v............Jaek.onvllle............Ar 700a65JB 840a lOOp 600p 02np840p (
    wet season TX'oro much IinpreHHiMl with ( diy or I a|>|Hilnted to tail. a. folluws: Leave Juckminvllle Sundays, Tuesdayeand Thursdays, at 0.30 II 114l., II r,.'i.| g IMP :ilosp. IIOM"I") .......South.liiakiunv'lle.-Lv H RHOiia->a 12R'jp a K.'Pscop 9121)ID
    branches will lose their leaves and! the 1If1l. 721.: :i II nnti :y nip) .......... llnblo. li,-arh., ......... 6\ liiaKlin. 1220p: : I101I'p I
    Its value, 1 UlIf1'fl'Ct llo worn; llrnt bloa- p. m. Returning, leave Banloril, Sundays'' WeilneHdaji and Friday at 1 0 30 a. in.Atlantic . -. . ,
    of tIle be 7 :N't 111 .. MI-.nlOlln/ ........., Allnnlln I'.i.anh. ._.. 761a 1216p: ft 1511 886p10aj .
    beauty 1"HHt'uPli.
    soma flay 11, 11 rut ripe fruit June 12 plant The Bout -Hound --- ---------- ----.--- - North-Houuu i!| 7E.i. H niji 'IIIOp .......... Mayport .,..........T.T'' tonal 74Qa 130t, | ftOQpl )Py /J oPEKINSHUR

    last plfkliitf Juno 21): yield 1 nine and plant cnn be kept In n partially dormant Iha" down. SCHEDULE Read. \lp.3s.1" ___ ; ; ;
    state during winter and In early Leave "p '0. ...... .... ....... ,. JackMonvl1le. .... . .,......... .... .trllve 1 ;a. ra AND OCCIDENTAL! STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS I
    I oua-elKlith qinirts nprlng bo brought Into beat and sun Leave R 4a p. m. ......... .. .. .... . ...l'alall&a ....... ........ .. .... .. Leave 8 to p. m. MIAMI.'I
    I, Latest a variety highly commended Leave. 3 'M'' A. 01. .... ......... ...tllr.. . .. ... .. ..... ... I..ave. !Y II( p. 0. I
    shine when rapid growth will be made Leave 4 DO.. m...... ....... .... ..8 L Franol. . .......... ........... Leave :2 00 p. m Close Connection Made st Miami with Steamships of the P. & O. S. S. Company forHavana
    .I last s soiiHon scorer again thus: 'fhlrQ find buds Boon Cutting root Leave . .............. ..'<1 (1) Land)) .... . ........ ........Leav. lOOp. m.
    .l' Reason It proved,. llMolf worthy of all appear. Arrive 830.. m. . ............. ........ . Sanford .. .... .. ....... ....... Leave II 30.. m.
    Q the good things salt! of It. It certainly readily under glass\ la spring being allowed Arrive 10:00.: ) m. . .... . ... ...........E'uerl'rl.' ........ ... .. .. .:. ..... . .. 1000.. m. and Key WestTwo I
    to valloiiit In a moderately warm
    ; Is valuable either for tho fancy situation, afterward being given strong Oen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Sailings Each Week. r t'
    1 trade or for home are It Is quite as
    It, late Clnmly more of mild bottom heat till well rooted. r. M. (RON\fONIR. or..... AR' l} as prollllt W. O. COOPER.Jr., Looal Frt.Aftt. J,, k.on.llle. 0. P. LIVELL 8"perlot.n Jack.oD..m.
    pleasant flavor and excellent for table oot HUICRn St..raokMonvIU... FlA.
    i The Very Best lteiiie ly fur A.C. HAGERTY Oeo'l JI.t.n: 1'.... Agt: New York CLYlJlI: MILNI6 Oen. Frt. .Alft.. New< York. ', Tboxo Time Table* show the time at which trains. may be exported to arrive at and l drpar :
    i use. Imperfect flowers! flrst blaMsonis the the dries rated I 1M
    THen. B. EoEIt V. P. and General Ma.tager. 'from several lailunn but their arrival departure at not guaranteed I
    t May 13, first ripe fruit June 10 Inst Bowel Trouble. General Office.. tier 80 North tlver.l liranch,70o Broadway, New York. tint U this Company. to be held rOMponnlble for anyaelaynorany ooo.equeuceaarldng lb rufrom.

    I picking July 3. ;yield seven and u half Mr. M. F. Burroughs, an old and well- C. 11. WALTON. Agent Titusville Fla. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information >.

    quarts." known resident of HI u IT ton, Ind., ayn: __ .
    -- -- - -- --- -- -- -
    13 The yield are computed upon BOO- "I regard; Cliamberlaln's Colic, Cholera "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

    .. 1 tlons of rows sixteen and l a half feet mid remedy Dlurrhoea for bowel Remedy trouble.AH the I make very bent this J.. D. RAHNRR. AI<'It. nM.. Pass. Ad., ,:';T. AUGUSTINE. i=LA.
    rod In
    or one length Coast Line.
    statement after having used tile remedv
    -- la my family for several year. I am
    THE LILACS. never without It." Thin remedy is almost .

    sure to be needed before the summer MalloryLines i
    -rlo." Afford Rich Varlclr at Color Is over. Why not buy; It now and THROUGH. SCHEDUF, -
    a.d Bland
    I Syrtngn enioi'l, a species of llluc from For sale by All Dealers. Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia .
    I tho Illmnluya mountains. In a very \
    vigorous llowerluir freely; There North Carolina and South Carolina.The .
    A cheap and easily made hotbed
    Is n variegated form which Is very attractive
    much In by extensive Largest and moat thoroughly equipped passenger steamships oo the coast.
    with Its blend, of green and use growers InaJ'he Great Highway' of Travel Between
    l' pale yellow. Most trees and shrubs made as follows: Cut all the posts -NO OVERCROWDING-

    of variegated foliage burn badly the twelve Inches long and nail the sideboards Florida the East West North and South.
    ,west. l''or Instance, I once secured l a on, allowing them to project an IMPORTANT
    variegated catalpa and planted, It under Inch over the end posts; tben null In as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number berths

    1 the one hundredth lUerltl III 11. It burst the end board, which give a level top or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indlvldua
    Into growth all right but the sun Inirnrd wlieu set up. When the bed IK set up service and attention.

    the dellcuto It'nve"ll'r this the ready to All one side Is tilted restingthe DINING CA118. .

    tree adjusted Itself to Its new surroundings posts on blocks or bricks which NEW YORK AND FLORIDA SPECIAL: ,. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. "a.

    t by prmliiolng loaves entirely pule gives\ the necessary slant to carry off ROUTE OF THE "DIXIE: FLYKR." (See Schedule of Ships la Florida Times-Union)

    I green. 'J'be'Ilrll'"lItoo form of 8. the water when the sashes are placedon. 4 FLORIDA-ANI WEST INDIAN L.'T'D.

    I mold, retains Its. color the variegation I This bed elves very satisfactory results CRLICRRATED T1tAlNK.MONTGOMERY i L. A N. LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH.
    I being of course more prouuuiicutl In but of course U not a "thing of I CHICAGO A. FLORIDA LIMITED
    Including delightful DAYLIGHT HAIL, through the eA
    I the spring than when the temperature beauty.;
    runs up to nearly KM) degrees. I
    There are now l.'iO kinds. of lilacs and A Oauruiitcctl Cure For 11 leu.Itohlntf ATI.ANTIC CoA,,'r LINK 1,00)) mile tickets good over 1.5,000: miles of railroad em-
    alt of the South on sale at nil principal agencies, at rate of $25 Through
    the number Is Incrouslng. S. oblntn, bracing portions tickets sold to all northern points. For full information regarding at
    Blind Bleeding riotmdiDg each.. Limited to from date of purchase. For full complete and reliable
    one year tractions offered
    h by no ; diagrams, reoervatlns, tickets etc. apply to
    from Cblnii with Its
    great heart shaped Plies UruKK'1"' ale authorized to refund Information regarding rates schedules Pullman! service, etc., call on Agent or address -
    leaves of vimillicJ green In favorable money If Pn/.o Ointment fails to : CHAS. DAMES', Fla. Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sleet Jacksonville Florida.
    blooms cure tn 0 I to ]14 day 50o.Situ ) .
    seasons than the common
    FRANK O. BOYLSTON Dtst. P"RR. Agt. W. D. STARK Tra. Pass. Agt.
    varieties. Then comes a SUCCI'II'! 1a8Ve C Bay 8t., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .? "
    slon down t<> about July 1. The whole bald of Tr..... W. J. CRAIG Passenger Traflio r.Iaoalter.VU.1'oIINGTON.. N. C. rOLE' t

    family present such n rich variety of Bun scald la caused by; alternate .. -- .. -- -- - -.. --- ..- - - - IIONEYANDTARfOIEY"SKIDNEYCUREf.r '
    I form and foliage that even If they bore freezing: and, thawing which eventually cAlf"./ cafe, sera JVfo .p'.'.. Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right

    It no flowers they would be valuable, but burst the bark on the southward

    milled, to these attraction In tlio splendor sido of the tree trunk near the ground !::3E.A.JB:: :: <>A.FttI>

    of bloom.-C. S. Harrison In (}artlenlng. It Is a serious trouble In many orchards

    --- nhmlo! tho and the trunk only In sure some remedy manner.Is to AIR LINE RAILWAY. We Never Disappoint Our Patients

    Uu :Not UI.c l Tow T>rt... Wo Fulfill Promise
    Wrappings of wood veneer or laths answer Every and Never Hold Out Falso Hopts.UC .
    Ueforo growth, begins In the spring tho Hosldcs such FOR Strletar wUi ufc the knlf or boaflo and Vnrleocel wttbo.eprla
    purpose wrappings -- CURE
    } the surplus rough litter should be rumored TV ft* or detention from buitlnrsm. Oontsgloue blood lol..n.ur.d
    II fence out mice and rnbblts.1.0 .- .' never to return, Without mr..ury or mineral mtxtiir*! ***.. off Manly
    from the! rose bE'll. and all the rlU Journal: SAVANNAH cor.u1InI.CAlIDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, Vi,Poaltlvely t no .ti,tniilaiit.. but permaae.a. ,
    remaining lino particles forked la. .... The ) King Hrdlral I Co. !lr an 1 Inmltutlon orfjuiUed unoar the
    WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE! PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK lR.. .f tb0 >ts.u of Oeomtmor the tre.tmrnt mod car. of .!!
    Deep cultivation is not desirable ns .r l1..rvonl.nd..broft'.dll.' Or. N. K. Klnp. the founder 0'Ib'.lo.ullon.
    the roots. of roses \ *Is' the .hld.n.IIUln"aprnl.l/.t/ ... ." .........
    are likely to bi> Injured t>7 itstflf. of mlDfnt pli7nictHnn, .ur...."*.
    l or broken by It. Three or four Disease takes . Two Elegant Trains Dally . 'I Our.ucce, 'ID the ftitnrDtor' cbraalo .*.... !.uo.mrpt
    no summer ed; w UN.both Dudl..nd eluotrl..I.It.nel.l ..
    Inches Is qulto BlltI1clt'ut f to dig a bed {' Our office..r.equipped .I'b< .1 the frMlvBiilo, furiwlla b.".r*
    that has not been, trampled upon' and vacation.If Seaboard Express Seaboard 1 Mail. t l....X-",. violet' rah ....4 Hn...a 'a"i I. fact, rvrr I
    known to th mpdlo..1 prufvmloa OnrtMaltarlaml' ,U
    this Is best done with a four tined dig- you need flesh and niMloro to every r*."p>iit. and w* aiploy non* but the bn
    tr.lD.a a&elarient attendant ntculiirly quail014 gradutt
    tflntf fork, wliloh Is touch less
    and Licensed pbraltHiin bring la eh.rga
    strength useScott's
    to Injure the roots than a spade W* employ no sutnlvatitnic. mrs to .pe,ir* patient andp.tronag.noC.0.0..or l ,
    MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. ,' ooankvii for lltaratar ar.MOt oat 3'I
    i 1 Our' term fur treatment av ra,. frotm M OO
    Trlmnilnv niark1>..rrl... Emulsionsummer ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through: Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. I. sere Iotl000p of a> acre r niuiiili.within. m peolfled..ll. and w:gin I tli* aaaur-

    Ill regard to trimming or cutting back: "Y 5TM : EHa ''S. CHROMIC DISEASES. n':. iFStfSr' chn.nio' .,::;
    l.ickberry cam-s Charles, Black of New as in winter.Send \'T-N"I Jr""r ...irh. .. Kl Jersey excellent authority, recently For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent \\S!: \ I'\ "4Jt.-Di: hi. llydrofifll Drain.. i o...., .....< and sal'1 Prlvaia
    I Die.e.'sumo.. .
    for hoe amply writeS. UNTIL CUBED. 'lli) and malignant troublra, atnrrli of taa
    Seaboard or : :
    :HaM: We usually\ trim In March and Noam. Taroak. llflatl and I'nfiK Ln sad Xar.
    April.1'o think SCOTT POWNE, Ch.mUt! .. N. K. KINa M. O.t Chroolo l>la aa 'a of Woman, itoto y Iilaolacamanu.
    Bometlnios It Injures 4 ogy.l P "l' Slr.t. New' York. Pans. JACKSONVILLE' C..e CossLn.a pev.m.aa VnnaliirIDlKihir: :'ii. and 1 such WBakn iii or won>n..
    JR.. Asat.Oeo Agt.,
    canes to trim them early lu the winter ,o0. and ,.oo t all dniggtua. C. BOYLSTON FLORIDA Write ua & younillleratur..Lnuluololg.7mpomeaa.furborne. On raunMl wMXI ,

    I especially If It comes quite heavy freezing L I ..m.uL

    both soon In summer afterward.and Ono whiter.has to In trim UH .-..-.....-.- .--o.e.oo..ooooooo.- - 60 -----1 t DR. KINO MEDICAL CO.. Yir7Na: ::eipq; : htrgGt: e: Atlanta Ga.

    summer! you have to cut them back to( w I FOLEY'SHONEYANOTARi

    about two mid a half feet enough to( : 'V* I

    mnu! them briiiuh. --out.- :. :. 1 'Always Remember the Flu Name

    Tli. r.rful IP YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE *
    rnlriin. .
    Colons grown In the house 1 N not BO : Copy of THIS IWKU: 1 TRADIE Maass Laxative B2
    popular as It deserves" to be. fop wo DEIION.CO"YRIGHTS. QuinineCures
    : Prevents Serious Results
    have grown somod to musses of the -11' IS TOLF'l' Ae.Anon.sendln .

    common richly colored foliage! with .* YOU KNOW THATJ From a Cold. | so.ipijitti, ,our aaksfrh.Innon and fro ds.cantInn whethrr marAnlrsty an

    1U yellow purple and carmine borderIng : Remember the \" .. 1. prnh"Mypntentnms.' ni....uitO. HANDBOOK. c"nnunira.h.nstrietly on PMMIUifr a Cold in One Day, Grip in Two.
    our Mower 1 beds In summer taut we WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO name .5111 free. l.lar.i !

    scarcely give It its: Just duo as nn InUvidual : BEOOnESUDSORIUEU.. 2 Folty't sonar and Tar. Insist ....l'et.nt...I4Ik"tan.n,, wtrhoat.m.tiitfh fchMrvo.un'r'"i.I lu th. .. W

    jThe plants plant. .. .. upon having the genuine. Scientific Jim ri\al1. t8. c4V.PE: on Box. 2Sc
    grow go
    rapidly that they Thr. .1.) .. ace, COo. .00
    fwIftflq; | A lianitonmolr UltntraKxl ,. J..moo, HT.nulalloti
    up many n vacant pot In ..
    n >f
    Proar i any srisniaen .r"aI.OJ .rnia M a -
    ..:.rvlndObpx where m-H : only iy .. ,>ntbal. 0ol exacting ones Foley Company Chlo ce. WUNN FCLEnUONEYAm TAR FOLEnIlONEY.umTAR
    refuse> to thrive. & CO.3018ro.dwaJ.New York .
    i . ++.++........++.++.++.+.*. Heel Cross Pharmacy Unuwn o.. ... ga F. ....Waihluion..C. stops the ...a1......... Bays Colds PnYeats P........

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    Mason M. Clark Co.
    Auto Locomotive" Mounted on Spiral.luve.ted When the maker of .a medicine sold ,
    : [The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. by Minneapolis Men.. through druffiUts for family usn. taker
    v his putlents fully Into his confidence
    A to reach the hy
    new plan: pole was" Commission Merchants
    the frankly and fearlessly publishing' broad ,
    On American
    and Plan-
    European described In a recent Issue of the Mln cant. as well as. on Its bottle wrappers,
    Under new ma..a/temftot./ Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant
    a full list of all Its Ingredients inpltiitiEnullxh
    Tribune Tho vehicle
    neapolla to make
    family home. Rates: American Plan, tJ.OO: and $250: ; European, /50cts this action on his part Is the ll 111( MURRAY STREET NKVV: YORK.
    and up. All oar form Union Station atop at the door. the dangerous journey Is described as boat possible evidence that he I 11not
    IL W. HANCOCK so auto locomotive, and tho Inventors afraid to havn the search light of Investigation
    Proprietor. turned full hit formula
    The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs Is under the are Churles l:. S. nnd Frederick R and that It will boar the upon fullest scrutiny Tomatoes Potatoes
    same management. Burcli. A test of tile workings of tho and tho most thoroiiKh Investigation.. ( Pineapples
    device Is mild to have tern made on IJr. rierro's Favorite Prescription for tho ,
    euro of tint weaknesses perUxllcsl I pains
    SKAUICHKZR.: : Lake Cnlhoun. and functional derangements of the or
    w The auto consists, of four large spirals distinctly feminine N tho only mecll- HKANS: AND ALL KI.OKIDA VEGKTAm/ES OOH SPECIALTY.
    cline put up for sale. through druggists forwoman's i
    disposed hi pairs! forming trucks. Each, "pI>l"hIII"1 the maker of whichIs
    spiral has au opposite ,pitch to Its tel not afraid to take his ['''.tl'nta Into
    The Breakers hN full, confidence by such and
    SKAUKEK2K, Ff.OKlDA. low, amid so la disposed to rotate lit uu honest publicity. open P. R-uIilxxiaxi c&irtl Co:

    opposite (direction thus engaging/ the A glance at tile published Ingredientson
    Ice at different angles Over these each bottle wrapper will show that I It
    Is made wholly from native. American, : Washington St. t NEW YORK
    --= Ol'Etf FOR THE SUMMER OF 1HOII trucks la constructed cur to house the
    medicinal roots, that It contains no p poisonous J13: Murray Street J :N. Y.
    explorers. or hal>ltrformtnlt drugs no narcotics
    The house has been re-fiiinished. Tablefet/ -cleseand Rate Reasonable. It is the1 belief of the lliircu brother: and no al'ohol-pllro. trlpln-retlneil'
    glycerine. of strength. being imndInstead
    Mr. Holt him secured the 'clarendon CASINO AND HATH IIOU&ES. that the vast stretches of tho frozen of tow proper commonly employed alcohol
    north lire composed of practically both for oUnieHiiK: unit, presorting Oranges Pineapplesand
    tho active medicinal .
    smooth Ice or "rubble" us they cull It, properties found In ,
    will add ,to the pleasure of guests. Fishing' from! the famous Ocean 1'ler. and that their device easily eau .ur- tho emplined.root' of It the Is American the only medicine forest plants for

    Wilte for reservation! and terms. mount these difficulties. They also women's peciilar diseases sold! by druggists FIoHdo Fruits Our Specialty.We .
    I). J. HOLT, Tropiletor. have proved they assert, that the Lilac that does not contain n largo percentage
    chine can travel through! .soft snow of run HII hiLrnirul of alcohol to wnniiLn's which delicate Is In the. nprv-long represent several of the Impost shippers In your State, and wish to represent
    -- - -- -- - --- ---- --- considerable depth. The model of the ous Now glycerine Is perfectly!
    system. (Jive trial Established SO
    DAYTONA IIKACIL"The machine Is alleged to nave made clgut- harmless, and servos u valuable purpose yon also im a shipment years.

    1 eon miles an hour over Ice and snow, by !possessing! Intrlnslo value nil Its own.
    ana besides It enhances tho carat lye
    but no mention Is made of the fuel! effect of tho other Ingredients. entering.
    Seaside used. Neither Is any computation offered Into the "Favorite Prescription.
    Inn DAYTOYA BEACH, FLA. us to the amount Unit would, boo.nry Some of tho ablest medical 1 writers and
    ttf make the arctic teachers endorxn thesn views! and, \praise
    all the several 1 Ingredients' < of which 'IL- fHEYSER'BALTIIVJORE"
    In now open for the summer season. under the management of the owner, the manner of housing; It. vorlto Proscription" It. composed-roc-<<
    HORACE F. STEWART. ]Handsome and new, situated on Dayt"ia It l I.>* .said however that tho mn'hlne"'nlly ommending them for the euro of the
    Beach, the hotel Is modem In all Its appointments with large: airy, pleas carves Its own trn'k, from very same diseases for which thin world-
    r famed 1 modlclnn Is 1111 v IM,'<1. No other
    ! not rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Tho Mario Amusement. Co.'s which' It cannot deviate, and that unlike medicine for women has any such TJW-
    Casino and Pier. Terms moderate. the automobile It In Impossible for fuKHltnml Nllh.r"I'mNIt-worth morn than

    HORACE _F. STEWART, Owner and Manager It to 'MI<1I1.' '' The Menm's. Hurcli have any number of ordinary testimonial. If IN/ID.
    Interested, Bend imtno and address to Dr.
    f( combated the rigors of Alaskan ex K. V. IMorco. llnffalo. N. Y.. for hN little
    ploration and they my that their experience book of extracts from the works Harrow's Apartment House DAYTONA DEACII, FLA. ** In quest of mineral wealth eminent medical writers. and tniichern.endorslnii
    In frozen regions 1 led to their Invention the several ingredients. ulI.Itllilinac PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.
    lust what Dr. Ploroo's. medicines "
    Located on Heabreezo avenue, two minutes from Ooean. and to the construction. u working am made. of. It's free fur the asking WM. HEYSER, PRATT ST. WHARF BALTO., MD.
    Bath, toilets and good water on each iloor. Rates. on Application. model. They entertain doubt whatever \L.

    A. S. HARKOUN, Prop. that u machine<< built according/ .
    - - -- -- - ------
    -- - --- their Ideas easily. would reach the the ball Into Pelln )'h'anrll. If a Btritrgut
    -- north polo or even the.south pole wereIt drive or n bunt is made the ball will -ES'1'ABf.lHII! D 1S30N' :
    1 TITusv.n. desired.. bowl Into the state of Ohio. Taking
    advantage this freak of nature, the T. eOSSO:: ::: &:, SON'7

    Klondike club In going to advertise. tIle
    V Breitwiscli Villa TITUSVILLE FLORIDA fact that Its ('Iuwill\ piny ball In Gommistfaion: Ior OJ.1Lo.1s.: : ; .

    Corruption System.. to ........* More throe states simultaneously.An liil:\ East'' Hay anll and, :2 Atlantic Wharf, CHARLESTON', S. C.
    Good Board and Attention. Than In ----- - -- -
    Commenting President Roose nriillleil tttnteNinnn.
    REASONABLE. ; RAT"' S. velt's muck ruko upon speech, Lincoln Stiffens In the early days, when tho people ---SIIII' US YOUR-
    Two blocks from ,?. E. C. Kill way Station Titusville ,
    sent their wisest to make the
    the magazine writer, says In nu men pub-
    MRS. J, UREITWIbCII, Proprietress. article lu an evening iicwspiiper lu lip laws! a man of (peculiar traits but P and Melons
    Cleveland: ,. according to u dispatch of "t'rlln"rlh, was sent"' to the :MaxsnelHisetts aoheSCantaloupes

    PEACOCK HOUSE, .|TITUSVILLE, FLA.Firstclass from that city: legislature from the townof ,
    Douglas, He wore an old, fashioned
    "If It U understood the II1'elll<1ent'1i I
    l Board at Reasonable- 'Kales. Restaurant and Retail Grocery ID muck rake speech will do good, but It ftmnrr's frock, which was sadly, out en-lute | t
    connection. MRS. M. L PEACOCK, Prop. win. misunderstood when It wan first of nlace In tho .legislative. hall, whero shippers In shipping/ to ua you have the satisfaction of knowing,\ that you
    --. dome of the fastldloun. statesmen. from with /Him that I tillable.
    --- --- -- ------- -------------- --- -. -- -- -- --- - - - -- -- -- -- ---- delivered. That was at the speaker are dealing a perfectly
    Boston. and< other (.!tIt'M1(1'with ...aehoth..r
    LINVILLI3: N. dinner to the Gridiron club lu Washington
    C. In the correctness' of their attire
    and the men who beard It then
    + statesmen, railroad men, bankers and Soon after tho arrival of the Douglas Hodges chi O'Hara
    correspondents!' seemed to. think man one of the IViston representative, I
    Eseeola Inn that the had bit at the welting<< an opportunity to have fnn at
    LINVILLE N, c. president magazine ,
    ,- writer. Ills
    , "And they rejoiced.! Some of them they no smarter men than you to( Bend Rough
    to the legislature from district amiDieMSt CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
    In the mountains of Western :North Carolina, altitude iSin:I ) feet. laughed ut me. Buying the president your
    I The man from Douglas smiled Innocently ( ?
    had taken fall out of But when
    Delightfully cool climate all the
    ,' through summer months I asked him about It the next morning all be replied, "There's R heap o' Orange Ho Heads, Fruit and Vegetable/ 0!I at..... Mouldings: Shingles etc.
    Trout Fishing, Golf Lings and Tennis Court. bo siiId ho didn't menu me. And he smarter men up my way but the mischief Millanil olllce\ loomed Ht Buffalo HlulT, Flu. Wa.lteliM fur prices deliveredto .

    told me some of those he did menu of It Is they hain't' /got no clothe any part of Mm HI ate. Address: Ilodgeak O'llaru, Buffalo iiluff, Fla.

    -OPENS JUNE 13TH- "I disagree with the president' onlyon ,good enough to wear down herer'-- . .. . .
    --- - - -- -- - -- -- - --- ---- --
    one fundamental nolnt. Ho wants Moston Herald.

    Reached over the Southern Railroad to Johnson. City, thence via. East us to go on 'huutlng' bnd men and he IF YOU WANT A...
    Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railioad to Montezuma !Sta- shown that ho means individual The Letter to Mayor WIUou.Tittmi __ - - I Ih
    lf tlon, where carriages from Eseeola Inn meet all trains longer I live the more I feel that tile ilk; rin, t

    JAMES P. V1NINO, Manager/ Individual U not so much to blame- Dear Sli : You are Interested In the
    not even the worst Individuals not iiospuilry of your town. You onu, oonriuuiu -
    loll .materially. and give It a our .Building Lot
    even the 'best citizens-an tho system
    1'' EW YOUIC.q more prosperous look at t the sauna time. .. ,
    of corruption which has grown up III
    J I I Perliikp" the public properly need aItl e
    about tin and which rewards un honestman od Ouat of paint.
    with a mere living and a crook Uovoo wlllpuppiy. that coat with I.wothiids or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUI'ANCY, i

    ifoteiMariborough with all the magnificence of our magnificent cf the Dumber of gallons requited > LAND FOR AN: ORANGE GROVE,
    ( modern life." uf nay other. Oovoe will' lust twice as
    lung us any .oilier !Dxvue U nil paint riNKAPl'LILPLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN .,

    Broadway, 30th and :37th Streets, New York. THEATER CAR FOR ACTRESS and full-nieuniiie., havoc Is the I strongu We probably have for sale just what you are seeking. .
    Completely Renovated and transformed. In every depmtment. Most cen paint known., Devoe will take cure 1/11 I
    trally located hotel on Broadway ELECTRIC L1OIITS and TELEPHONE I!: Innovation to Allow Muutl Adniu* ti. .>t the property, lu the long inn, for Settlers mire flocking/, but still them Is room. you are
    ID every room In the house. HelimmWhile Trnvrllnir.. I h..1f i the money required by any other. looking this way, drop a line to
    EUROPEAN PLAN. -100 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Rates: '],IW and, 1 he reason U staled, ttbuve Uuvoe IK
    without bath. :$;j and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath #:.4 It In uunouncecl that Maude. Adams ill palut/ and full-nmessarm: the strongest, JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-l"f..ldpot. ,
    and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $3; and upward. the actress:, Is to have a private I'ull- paint kn >wn.
    S man theater cur, which when\ finished K U Jewell, Cony, I'a' painted hU BLORIDA EAST COAST K'T,
    SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY, will be tho only vehicle of Its kind In It.,use A years ago with, u mixed pitsni; ST. ATJOTJ8TINE. FLA
    E. M. TIERNEY, Manager. existence says the' New York Tluiv lui k K uallon<. Lsscspilng, he Ivimlulfd "

    The plan Is to relieve the actresu of with iJevi; bought II g Uonit. cud .... . .. ., -
    some of the Inconveniences of one had 4 left! Saved .Ij! to #JO, for |>nlntIIIM > '''B'Io'JHtA1f'JH! : .."""0<. ., .,-fII'----,',, .' .'II.!:. .-'-.. '.- ;;:
    -VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY SHOULD GO TO- night stand and long tours across the costs two or three times. us much as M
    She |/aiut. J'A
    continent. Yours truly .
    The -:No. (iO West OJnd Street- Tho car when completed U. to be a )t'. W. lit:VOM A O. HomeTo
    Armstrong combination of living apartments anda Now York Happy
    (Telephone 710: Riverside") completely equipped theater for the I*. M. .1 a.... Pit.chord A Won sell our

    rehearsal of scenes and uuo act pieces. paint. ,

    A select famllyhotel, neur Central Park, subwnjs, elevated and electric It will be known*as the Tinker Bell Salt-- Proppr. .- -, Clmmhr. have a happy home you must have children; 'I '1

    railways and all places of Interest, and a good starting point for Coney. and from will*25.OO: cost( to $when:!OOOO.) .fully furnished It U customary for wayfarer In as they are great happy-home makers. If a weak

    Island, Rockanay and a'.l:l other seaside and suiburban pleasure resorts. The need of such a car In said to Cumberland to address passing/ remark woman, you can be made strong enough to bear 0'' .

    Single rooms and suites with all conveniences, new sanitary plumbing, arise from :Miss Adams' wish for: absolutely to one another. on the subjectof healthy children, with little pain or discomfort to l'
    private baths, porcelain tubs ample hot and cold water supply, and hotrl private rehearsals while on tour the weather, and 1 the dialect Is rich yourself by taking r

    table and service combined with home-eomfort. and moderate prices. of u number of one act pieces which lu term denoting the various condition I'j: i;,.

    Term. *!> 00 per week and upward., she has long had under considerutlou. .* of tile utuios'ilivre.| The usual
    A. ARMSTRONG. In New York, and particularly on the salutation, "It's a line day," evoke WINE
    the rl'l.lyye.. It will, but A doubt
    road. It U: sometimes bard to find on I
    short notice an available theater or a we'll have a sup of ruin store ue4lt, CARDUI

    c : : clear stage for private rehear."III.Tbe . because A looked at the glass and A .
    2ASB: L "O"IMI: cS:; 0 0 . OF
    easel she'r slipped bit When the
    stage part of the car will be ( a
    ti 517. slaw., JACKSONVILLE. FLA. forty feet in depth and will have no weather I I..* wet It I III Bald to be "suft," t O'rf"

    windows. Grooves for the scenery. when showery It 1 III "droppy," when
    which will l>e admitted Into the car by windy It U "blow)'." when wet Dud Woman's Relief :i,

    ULL ( sliding doors at tbe rear of the stage, windy It .U "clnshy" or "slushy." If ,
    TS, FW take up the usual. window space. Daylight drizzly It it described, a* "duggy;" If It will ease away all your pain, reduce Inflammation .'
    2 ;: cnn be had If desired through rough/ weather It I J. "con me: ;; If tuuddy, leucorrhea
    cure (whites) falling womb
    t iDCpRX33 celling windows. "dllrt,;" If dry, "drofty:" If I.IIllIIt1'/ ovarIan -
    According to the contract, the neW'ellr "rowky;. If slippery, ""IIIIICt ," trouble, disordered menses, backache, headache,

    PRCPAID'g ID to be ready for the beginning of .\ certain times of the year a very etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try It. '

    s ai12QTS Miss. Adams' tour next full. violent wind rushes. down from \the top At every drug store In $1.00 bottles. '
    of ('ros. fell. It 1 U locally'known o*

    Cnn lint Unit Into Three *<.<... the "helm wind"-that I", the wtielwwluft -

    6 QT Probably In no other part (f the or whirlwind l -and during the WRITE US A UTTER "DUE TO CARDUI
    ; United Ntate. except In East Liverpool i time It prevail. the weather I..* said to freely and frankly '
    I telling us all your I and nothing else U
    baby )u
    ? $450f 0., li< there a baseball diamond b... "helmy.Vlien It show signs, of troubles. We will fonJfrseaJvlce (M two week olJ," writes my .Mrs!girl P.
    from which It 'In possible to bat a ball linprovemeiit un opinion( I.. expressed plain' scaled envelOpe). Address: La- West; tl Webster City, Iowa "She a "
    +, S Into any one of three states, say the that It In <- ulng tu lake up\ or "goliiu dies' AJvt.'Ory f>topt",The Chattanooga ,ft a fine, healthy: babe and we are ,' '
    ;77iQi +It rY t tr Philadelphia' Public Ledger. Huch a tu come out fair." A full of snow I I. MeJiciM! Co., Chattanooga, lean I both doing nicely." f

    condition actually exist at too termed!' a torDI," and when It set ," ?
    \ %\ .9 grounds which hare recently been leased
    I' ties fast upon the ground a "feeding p
    : for the Klondike club at East Liver. storuj."-LonUuu Express.Pins .
    ; IGIC" pool. The diamond Is laid out on. a -

    a lot which Is known alt the "state Hoe Stood lie Test U.t; Vnr
    corner." If a bataniaa make a bitover EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. '
    The aid' orifrlnil' <<;,IOY&'" TateleviCblll'roato.
    third !base the halt will be sent
    You know what
    Into West Virginia. Should! a foul tip taking It I. Iron andqnlnlnelo. you t..

    "..",. for the Pabst Hrvwln 0.% .. .resnltttieutcher! would_ .-bar' tg chase.!! 1 less form. No eore DO pay. tOe DOES ALL KINDS OP) JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE: RATES

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    ......................... .......................... WINE FROM THE PINEAPPLE TEACHERS' EXAMINATION.As .

    : i. : We have been dealers In diarnonda i ,I & BRANNING'S I
    t DIAMONDS I S !, A new way has been found for ntlllzing'pineapples announced In previous issues of PENNEY ,
    and other precious stones which are such "cheap"' the ADVOCATK, the June examinationof
    r : ,. and plentiful: crop in regions adapted to applicants for positions as teachers in
    M since establishment their cultivation, that the discovery vf a the public schools of Brevard county
    rl ************************$ the of our J commenced the Public '
    I ,. hitherto unknown' method of turning on Tuesday, at UP-TO-DATE

    : business In 18' 8, and (1 ret t Importers for more than 20 years. % them to account commercially is worth School house, Tltusvllle, and County to
    noting. School Supt. Jno. K. Walker has been

    t : =We save you the middleman's profit= :| be The made fruit to,yield It has a been very ascertained delicious wine, can, busily examination.engaged this week conductingthe CLOTHING ., . '" e r rThis '

    t >:: : much resembling Rhine wine In bouquet, Those who took the examination were _.: s i'I

    t delicacy of flavor and appearance. Ft WHITE.Miss HOUSE. .-",.
    6GI Ufu.J& :tJ' : "$ .
    was In Brazil that pineapples were first $ : t

    J' :: p3 <3' WKITK FOR nun ... employed in this way not long ago, but. Susie Ethel Glad Wells win, Espanola., Titusville. "" fAf .. ..;. }

    I *: JKWKLKK4 d IMPOItTKIIft, (JATAr.nouE.S: recently an attempt was made to manufacture Agnes King, New. Smyrna. .. .. ] :. ,f(! !
    the beverage on a large scale In 'a ; '. I
    G. I. Spiller, Eau Gallie. .

    r 1 :it-t 41 West Buy St. Jacksonville, Fla. ____.__ .:.t. Havana.effort For resulted some In reason failure unexplainedthe but presumably "" Agnes FloHsle Hatter Taylor.,.City Cocoa Point. Illustration :/ :*t l I ':\ t c t tIe

    : ***************************************************** the piocess was Incorrect. Persons a mere outline, a mere suggestion:( of f(

    if _. _ _ who have tasted pineapple wine cor.oitKD.B. .
    ... properly made have pronounced It exquisite. F. James, Tltusvllle. how Schloss Bros. Summer Coats and ,. Z /;

    :OEt. I,. JlllC: >TLC>VV.t BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS-. Sadie: J. Hugans Daytona.On rant lit and look. Wo would like to ;a ." \.e1

    i SIONERS. The process required Is somewhat, fj .
    elaborate. To begin with, the rinds of the examining committee are- show you the real garments and tben 4

    the pineapple are temoved.and the pulp, Prof. Homer F.. WakeHeld, of Cocoa; you can judge; for yourself, why SohlossBros 17 a '
    'I he Honorable Board of after being cut In small pieces, Is \V
    County Commissioners '
    t Miss Helen Miller, of Melbourne and
    SDOZ in the hands In suitable suits for men and
    squeezed two-piece
    or some
    young :
    I met at Tllnsvillo
    ... .. Fla.on this Miss Inga O. HeUeth, of Otlo, all of
    :. '".1.,.. 4th day of June, 1000/ ( at 2iO::; p. m. apparatus. Four average "pillea"ought whom arrived at the Indian River hotel, men are in demand by discerning dress xera. I
    to yield about one quart of juice. .
    Present: K. A. Conkllng. chairman; J. ;.
    OLD (lLD I YI K. Mlol, J. F. Wooten and T. J. Cock. The latter Is filtered through cheesecloth yesterday. Bach garment 1 III'carefully tailored; .k

    t i shutt, with A. A. Stewart:! clerk; and and pouted Into a little cask with a atop. the shoulders lapels collars and fronts I L '4 "
    '; RYE WIISKYii [ J. P. Brown, about cock. Then a small quantity of bi-enl- DEATH OF MR. BABERS.
    phite of lime Is added, to clear the moulded Into jj
    Minutes of last meeting were read and must I skillfully shape by expert lf(
    which, when this has been accomplished
    approved. is decanted Into fresh caitk. The fer., Mr. C. A. Babers, a car Inspector for tailors and I the style and drape of these t
    The Clerk presented his pay rolls for the F. E. C. Hallway at Titusville, diedIn
    mentation which follows tllfor several towin the admiration
    witnesses paid at garments me sure I
    ) adjourned May term *.
    the Railway hospital, Augustine,
    days, after which the stuff I Is bottled
    of County Court. amounting to *!!.r;.70 ; olothel."t
    : but there are vailous essential details on Tuesday, from typhoid lever. Ills of men who know good
    and the
    I same was approved.The wife had been quite III for nearly two f.
    Clerk presented his pay rolls for ; not describable. In such limited space. months, and he attended her faithfully If you want a good warm-weather suit
    It is that
    thought pineapple wine
    r+ appearing before Prosecuting Attorney may her Illness. lIe took her
    t throughout look these garments: over-try them on
    rv+. as State witnesses, become an important commercial product Copyrighted1)By )
    .wva amounting to 44, and away for u change, about three weeks
    tile same wan In the nut distant future. The examine the woiktnanship. ,They
    a Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, fruit has in ago, and now he has aucoumbed to the
    gained vastly popularity
    Report of Justices of the Pence, J. E. disease from which his wife suffered. will will the SCHLOSS O 3 CO. t 1
    please so prices.
    Ales, Stout, Etc. Kited, W. n. Koesch W. K. Sanders:! and the last few years, and great remains removed Wednesday '
    Ills were *
    : {jy Send mo your orders!Ir U. T. JlcUiide were received. quantities of Its pulp are now being put to Crescent City for Interment, SIO.OO.( ;. *I250. $1350; tl\:\ 00. Fine Clothes Makers
    up with augar for market In a form that and New
    It la Baltimore
    r moved and seconded that York
    I. accompanied by Mrs. Babe and a bro f17. O. 2000.: *2:1: GO.
    Penney be relatively Imperishable, being available ---
    employed an attorney for the ther of the deceased.
    Board of County Commissioners and lie at any time consumption and retaining --- ...-MAIL ORDERS A KI'ECiAT1TYPENNEY !' .....
    Graham"-Co. agrees to take all cases for 20 per cent. i the fresh flavor.
    i Robbins & oil the regular fee In such cases. Motion In the Southern States!: pineapples are FOURTH OF JULY MEETING.There : t3z RANNING I:
    carried. being raised In a novel fashion under a $ ,
    'l Treasurer's lattice work of laths. The roof of laths

    (Incorporated.) checked up and T.wan J. Cockshutt received, Is about elht: feet from the around fan enthusiastic- . meeting. at UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS, MEN'S & BOYS' FURNISHERS,
    the Indian Kiver uotei, iitusvnie, last
    that cultivation be conducted comfortably
    PAID UP CAPITAL *:2S,000.00Thlsoompany and J. F. Wooten were appointed may
    committee to destroy the paid warrants beneath It) and In some cases night, for the purpose of arranging the --T1."h.1B"'V.1.11c. P'lc: x ic2.rtIardwar --
    owns for the 4th of July .
    :: covers acres. In this programme sports.Nearly
    turned the many manner a
    over by
    County ..
    $2(10( have already been subscribed

    shade Is
    :r. .A. 3ST HD S with his report. They reported that partial given, protecting the
    .. plants from the fiercest of the by our merchants for the prizes,
    bad formed rays sun.
    pel their duty and were, When frost threatens the lattice work dinner, etc., In connection with tblspartloularll : : Stoves Cis'I:
    a the Indian Rlvei Country; On the St. discharged. The Treasurer had attached event, of which will be published ., I
    again serves as a defence
    to his interfering
    Luole River; at New River and on Bay the amount report his a certificate called showing for that with the radiation of heat from the earth In our next issue PAINTS: CROCKERY GLASSWARE, ETC.
    report was on Dr B. R. Wilson was' In the chair and .
    d BIscayne. Prices to suit the times deposit In the Indian River State Bankto beneath, and thus safeguarding the crop. -4
    Mr. J. G. Bast
    his credit as oounty treasurer. The pineapple plant yields a valuable secretary.
    Send for Land List. fibre whluh In the Philippines la
    The Clerk's report of tax certificates woven
    Offices atiTitusville and Miami, Fla. redeemed or purchased during the monthof Into the famous "plna" cloth-the most SUMMER EXCURSIONS. '3a.
    April 1000, was received. delicate of known fabrics. It Is very
    i On motion the time for bids beautiful and a shawl made of It will
    receiving actually float In the air when tossed Summer excursion rates to alll Bummer 4r-- .a
    for the construction of the up.
    new jail cells -
    East Coast Meat Market Is extended until the meeting of the !Some: day, doubtless, we shall learn how excursion points are now on sale via the rY r
    Atlantic Coast Line. No trouble to
    to manufacture "plna" In this
    Board on first Monday In July, 100U.{ country. $
    mentions. For rates, reservations aN[
    0. F, DUREN, Agent. Notary_Public bond of Winston Bran. -- I or any Information, communicate with 1I
    nlng with Jas. Pritchard and L. A. A TITUSVILLE
    PICNIC.On Frank C. Boylston, district
    "" passenger I
    = "r.I Brady as sureties
    was approvedOn I'MOo.
    agent, Jacksonville Fla. tf
    the Clerk
    motion is instructed to
    pa....... R5 -" exchange the old book typewriter In the Friday afternoon last, quite pleasant .
    L W1t : : Clerk's office for a new one; the Boardto party gathered at the residence of CHURCH NOTICES. .
    <<=- pay $120 for the exohange. Dr. and Mrs. E E. Kolllns, Palm street,
    ao: Certificate ot the Chairman and Secre Tltiisvllle for the purpose of having a t.
    June 10th
    Next the
    ''t p tary of the Brevard County Democratic picnic Horses, carriages and fishingrods Sunday, being _
    : : regular Sunday for(>> services at the TI-
    Executive Committee lines and hooks
    r- certifying to names were from tuavllle Methodist church Rev. Allen
    of nominees at democratic the well-known livery stables of I
    primary held Mr. J.
    will fill the at l1a. and -
    pulpit m., again
    =a May IS, 1000( was received and llled. M. Cuban, and at 2 o'clock, away went
    at 7 ::'IO m. lIe will also hold services
    The following bonds for the crowd the
    carrying' merry to picnic and fish.
    at Mime In afternoon at 3 SO o'clock.
    { &=::= coo: tols were approved, and permits issued: ing grounds at Seven-Mile Creek, taking Sunday School meets at 10 a. m. 1Uy
    ) a. a G. M. Allen, Colt pistol No. 13843d: Cal. with them a goodly supply of eatables r "
    l wl 43.. ; A. 1'. Canovs( Smith fc; Wesson pistol and drinkable Upon the arrival of the

    TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. No. 77NO.I; Cal. !JJ; C. II. Stewart Colt party the fishing tackle wan produced, INDIAN RIVER YACHT CLUB.
    pistol No. R737L Cal. 32.: and the fun of hauling In the finny tribe
    In the matter of the petition of G. S.: corn menoed. -
    r Hardee, et al., citizens of Coooa, protelltIng Having caught all that was needed for The regular monthly meeting of the
    ANHEUSER will
    THE BUSCH above organization be held this
    : against the condition of the county supper, a fire was made, and the fist -'
    road running through said town and fried-and a right royal time everyone office(Friday of) !Mr.night 7:30 M.: Robbins.o'clock at As the thereIs law 'tiV'a11erHardware: : : ::: : : ..

    Brewing Asso's praying that the Board have the same had. Supper was'' over by H o'clock
    some Important business to transact FLORIDA.
    ' put In repair or call the attention of the when all packed up their belongings/ andstarted ,
    'I" It is requested that all members be In at. .. ,
    ] Cocoa town council to It and for home by the beautiful -- --- ------ - -. ._ ..
    request pale -- -- ---------
    j} !! famous St. Louts Keg nod Hottlod them to have It fixed. It lion motion, moonlight-several of the ladles claiming tendance. P. 6. WALTON, Secy. ......N..N..NN.NN.N.NNNNN.NNNN.N.N.
    a I !leer ordered by the Board that the town they made the biggest catch of the g
    , i council of the town of Cocoa will proceed delicious, fresh bream and trout the DraYlng. :i F. A. MoaaAM,Proprietor. I>n. E. R. BLAKBWOODRojtlstel'flrt Druggist. < > ...y
    Bold by Mamiri.F.A. Lostejr and at once to put the county road running party had for supper and which were .

    : R. L. MotliiwTltu>vllleria. through the town in good repair and "cooked to the queen's taste". by Mrs. I Draylng or hauling of all I Inds promptly +
    ''1 H I\Ir.n.L.Mothw.CoooaFla. passable condition and the Board further L. C. Branning. attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
    1 eke that the work shall be done Everyone reports a delightful time at wood for sale at all :

    f i JOSEPH ZAPF &: CO. within the next: thirty days, or the the plonlo and fish fry, and are loud In E. HOLTEJT. Tltusvllle. RED iy
    County Commissioners. will order the Its praises. !I PHARMACY I

    same fixed at the expense of the said Among/ those who attended the picnic Help Is. Offered To Worthy i ,
    r, Sole Distributors, town of Coooa. were: Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Kolllns, Mr. : I
    ,I Petition ot F II. Black, et al., citizens and Mrs. L. U. Branning, Mr. and Mr. Young }'eoJe.Ve .

    010 to 020 West Bay Street bharpes, praying for change In public W. S. Branning.! (,;ball. II. Walton, .
    road to .unite near the railroad, beginning and the Misses Florence Col mar, Annie \ earnestly request' all young persons

    : Jt7K4iYPLLE, FLA. at !Sharpe: crossing and running north Jones and Mamie Burt. no matter how limited their means ITUSVILLE'o

    , along the west side of railroad right-of- or education, who wish to obtain a -A Complete Stock of

    : way to a point north of land homesteaded MORE RAILWAY NEWS.In thorough business training and a good -
    West by Oeo. Li. Faber thence
    End Pharmacy, nortbwoeterlycontinued position to write by FIRS r mall for our PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES,

    [ on page 4.] previous Issues of the ADVOCATE!: GREAT HALF RATE OFFER.

    I EAU GALLIE FLA. we have referred to surveys and prospective Success, Independence and probable Z .. ,
    t JQVPrescrlpttons Filled with the
    S. C. Hodgson M. D., R. P., I I. R. R. A, CHAPTER. railways along the East Coast Fortune are guaranteed. Don't dalay. ... i iWE
    Proprietor. In this connection the Orlando. .Reporter. Write today. Utmost Care and Promptitude

    Corner of Young and Houston Streets.Completa Star says: ; : :
    There was a regular! communication of "For come time rumors have been rife TUB!: GA.-ALA. Bis. COLLEUK WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE A TRIAL ORDER:

    Stuck of and this. Chapter Wednesday-also instal of a railroad from some point In the Interior 4l-l\ Macon, Ga.Everybody's . S
    : L'lgars Drugs, Stationary Irugglet'aSmuhlee Perfumery lotion and Initiation of candidate to the Indian River section, and __ .NNN...N.NNNNN.N.NN.......+..+.+N1.Ni

    I Toilet Articles, Business commenced at 0 o'clock a.m., the people of the Interior counties have Law Hook -- -- - - - I.
    bouvoiilr Carda and continued until nearly midnight. been expectant and hopeful that it would '"

    The candidates were as follows ,A. come their way. alker
    Vau loll, Eto. AGENTS. TAKE NOTICE Crocery CO.
    Penney, (J. U. Stewart: O. K. Key J.) "For several days past a. corps of engineers territory allotted now In ,
    n.l ; press, ready in
    Mlot and J. : have been doing some mysterious
    I A. 111 McDonald who r few Hitchcock's .
    Prescriptions a days, Revised
    Carefully Compounded. new. -- Dealer In
    having had one of the biggest times I sighting and levellngs from Orlando
    enlarged up-to-date edition of
    I their lives.Theofllcers" -- southwestward. Today a Reporter-Star Man ills Own Lawyer;" Everybody's"Every I Staple and Fa.ncy Groceries:: :: ,
    representative followed In the train of

    Marine Gasoline Engines Grand j High present Priest, were\V. K: B.iUough ; those knights: of the level, and sought to Law business Book forms, legal: adapted lights, legal to every remedies StateIn Fruits: and Vegetables.
    secure information as to the whyfore of
    Deputy-Grand High Priest, F. 4\. Morgan the Union. When we published
    ; Gland King, Unas. Ballough ; Grand the whereof." Thin Information was not years ago "Every Man HlsOwn Lawyer some, Hay, O-ra-iza.: : aza.d.: Feed.
    Manufactured by- Scribe, Ed Bond; Grand Secretary, P. G. forthcoming until the engineer In chaigewas hundreds of thousands. of
    Walton; Grand Captain: of Host, i.. T. Interviewed, and from him It was sold. Thousands were Tour Patronage Solicited "1
    Termaat & Monahan remember that book
    learned that the Seaboard Air Line TITUSVILLE.
    Daniel; Grand Chaplain G. G. Curry. was and will want this one. Agents coined FLORIDA. ,,

    OSHKOSH, WIS Among those who took part In the making a survey for a railroad to connect money selling It when the country was -- , -- -.. - ..
    with the terminal at Orlando -- --
    grand festivities, Installation and Initiation now
    were the following: for Cape Canaveral on the Atlantic much smaller than to-day. The new E. L. :ee :c 5,
    will d :
    s s Kufus Stewart, D. St Clair Nlsbet, M. coast. The camp of the party making Apply generation for terms" to wane agents this and new circularof book. (:, seO.: .,

    S. Hams, K. N. Andrews, L. 1'. Daniel, the survey I Is somewhers In the neighbor. contents now. Sample -DEALERS IN-
    T. F. Williams, B. F. Huff W. E. JJal.llough hood of Conway, and the route, indicated. copy, post
    $1 50, Retail J.60. GROCERIES GRAIN
    I paid. : By subscrip AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
    Ed. Bond, Chas. A. Ballough, It was learned, that the Seaboard AirLine tion only. Address Hitchcock Publish PRODUCTS

    W. 11. Furr, Jacob Eepadul Ii. R. Wilson was going through Conway, thence" log Co.. 41, 8th Ave. :New York. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for rAPES FERTILIZERS.
    F. A. Morgan I'. G. Walton to Fort Christmas and to the coast. We deal
    P. S.-Mr. Benjamin littchcock, the exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all
    E. Prltchett, O. A. :Stewart: 1', J. Hall, president of this company, Is one of the ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at station consume
    I'. W. Roberta, J. D. Ennls, J. N. Wailer HOUSE MOVING. oldest and best-known pnbllshers In the E. L. BRADY 4; TITUSVILLE your FLA.

    Jno. K. Walker, II. W. Williamsand United States. .. ,
    ((4Get llrst-clasi supper was prepared at Mr. George M. Robbins, of South TI- '
    the Alpine Cottage for the vUltlng tusvllle, has purchased a building lot Tax Statement GONER: ::
    brethren. from Mr.I Chat.(; A. Gardner, close to the r- &: :;: south side of Mr. Geo. W. Scobie's Tax statement for the month of Hay -Dealer
    houie, on Washington avenue. and haslet 11KX1. For tmpn levied and collectedfor In-

    the contract to Mr. M. 11. Ramsey, the :Tear' 1TH)1, AS per Section II.>. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
    of Lotus to mow. his large home In Chapter 4115, Laws of Florida. ,

    : Oar Catalogue. North lltusvllle on to the lot Tills U Collected In Amt.rot to. PRODUCE "' AI.L KINDS:
    a nice location and the house will be May., IftM. b. Col'U.; TITUSVILLE .FLORIDA.
    Co. ae.-G'ID fund.. .. .$..0&1.11I. .
    f B20 M
    Lorillard Boat Co., Agents, KILLS rented next winter. "'.hn"Il\"an.\ ................. 6.1'1
    \ -- Roadandarldr.Fund.' 3,4.M58 311.34
    TITUSVILLE, FLA. 'in. andForfela: ..r.rnn.l.; : 411.74 20.08: INDIAN w
    _n MOSQUITOES Uraylnar and Ilaullnif. "1_Tax 0'.1.t Mo. I 1,0113.8' "\11'1 RIVER ICE FACTORY.
    ... ..
    rail(School Fund) M uu109.110
    Cleaning and I"reusing. lOlRICKS FOR 10CENTS .
    I All work done All kinds of draylng and hauling Total...... ...........>13-.443-.UT .-t.N1J13- TITUSVILLE, FLA.
    Call and promptly attended to, and Satisfaction Tha above 111<1lu.... tb*collection. of tae Ball- Is prepared to furnish Ice to any quantity Sacked or loose.
    see me. Andrew" Gibson at the Parlor road Tax.Ivy. Special attention
    I Barber !Shop: on Washington( avenue guaranteed.JOHX KITTLES .Ct. Seal.] A. A. STEWART. paid sacking for Yachts or for family nse. Fair dealing u my motto.
    For Sale All Titusvllle.
    by Drug Ists. Clerk Circuit Court T. T. WTETSf ORE, Proprietor.


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