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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 28, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00030
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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; NO. 22. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY- ::JULY: iS. ISO--n{ PRICE, 5o.

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LOCAL NEWS, VICTOR BICYCLE SALE nearly over; IROXPHALT ROOFING Something, .-One of the nnti-germ' water filters BRUTAL ATTACK ON OUR AMONG THE HOTELS.
last chance. $28.00 cash will get one new. Guaranteed for six years Wilte Mn be seen working at the AnvocATrtoffice.

end Topics of General Interest. for a few days of for particulars toTllos. See ad. on 6th page SHERIFF. WHICH: to stop.-See list of hotels on

F. W. BEERS, C. WATTS .t Co., '- our 4th and 7th pages
St. Augustine Jacksonville, Fla. On Friday afternoon last, about 3:00
l let, and General Oomlp In connectionwith A PRETTY WEDDING. o'clock, a nepro; nAmllt1 Handy Jones who Illustrated folders of the fine East

BUcayne Bay Lake Worth, Indian, confined In jail, at Const hotels, etc, to bo given away, free,
Banana and Halifax nlver. Key Wet -Mrs. W. B. Waddell and Miss Bowie SERIOUS CUTTING AFFRAY. A pretty wedding took place In Cocoa Tit uul11 seriously wounded Sheriff at the ADVOOATK office. Send two-cent

and all other Important Point along the Hall paid Cocoa visit on Wednesday.Mr. Wednesday, July 2Jih, when Mr. Arthur Joseph 1' Brown, The prisoner, whoIs stamp to pay postage e

Emit Coast of Florida. Brief mention of A. M. Lcnnig, a well-known On Tuesday Sheriff U. J. Chilling- Owen Lapnam and Miss Viva Paithenla In jail charged with breaking and en- Where to stop In Titusvllle. Sea lio-

Interesting, Brent from Various Fart dealer in paints, of Jacksonville, was in worth, of Dade County, arrived In town, Hill were united In marriage: Rev A, D. toting houses at Eau Gallie, complainedof tot ail., 7th page; and boarding houses
of the World About People You Know town the first of the week. having in charge a colored man unmet Penny officiating. The wedding tookat being sick during last week, and as on 8th pngq.
and People Ton Don't Know-Picked Wesley Saunders, charged with cutting 11.10 at the home of the bride's moth- ho kind hearted Sheriff thought such .
by Our Society Editor and a large staff -Drink pure filtered water and keep and wounding Albert Kroscher (white) er. Only the relatives the contractingparties was the case, took pity upon him And allowed Good Accommodation for tho summer
of op Correspondent scattered along theE healthy. See those fine filters for sale by formerly a resident ot'LaGrange. From were present. The bride was at. him to come out of his cell and season. Write to H. 0. Stokes, 1 lenderonvllle -

t.Coast of Florida. Claude Walton, agent, Titusvllle. Information to hand, it seems that the tired In a striking gown of pale blue 'promenade the corridor. Friday, for ex- N. C. Superior location.

Father O'Boyle returned to town on prisoner (who is now incerated in noussellno tjo) sole, trimmed in blacK irclso. An the Sheriff had to go down The AnvocATR I IR now on file at all
THE ADVOCATE, Wednesday, after an absence of several Irevard county jail at this place) was a lace and ribbon, and wore real orange; he river on business, he went Into the the best hotels In New York city.Mrriltt's .
weeks at New Smyrna, Daytona and waiter at Hotel Royal Palm, Miami, and blossoms.Atter the ceremony a dainty jail to put Jones In his cell before loav-
$1.50 per annum, in advance. other places.Mr. on Sunday afternoon he became Intoxlca luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Lap. log town. When he stepped Into the Restaurant, Main street,
$1.00 six months, 10 ed, returning to the hotel In a very Irritable ham left on the north bound train, and ,corridor Jones struck him on the head Jacksonville, U open from 7:00 a. m.
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. E. M. Brelsford, of Palm Beach, frame of mind, when he Insulted will spend their honey moon In Jac uon- with brick anal\ knocked him down to 11 p. m.

passed through; here, yesterday, on his proscher, wjio is the night watchman.To vine, St. Augustine and Daytona. The I after which ho again struck the Sheriff The handsome now Addition to tho
jf" Reading notice ads. are ten cents way to Cincinnati and other places to prevent trouble, he was taken to his irlde's 'traveling dress was of castor several times on the head. Thinking he Colonnades Seabreeze, I Is completed,
per line on this page. spend a few weeks. t com by his friends. Later he and Venetian cloth, with trimmings of dark had killed the Sheriff, Jones jumped out and a grand onenlng ball will bo given

-General Abe Sawyer, the Liliputlan froscher met in one of the back halls, brown satin and heavy lace. The couplewere I of the door and ran down the street with tomorrow n'\ h (Saturday). The Colonnades .
-Mr.'S. F. Gray, of this place, madea : of Key West, was on yesterday's south when the quarrel was renewed. Sauud- the recipients of many handsome Deputy Sheriffs M. S. Jones, Jr., and under tile management of Mr. 11.E .
trip to Palatka on Tuesday. bound en route home. The General is ers had armed himself with a razor, >resents. John Harris after him. The deputy Smith, II I said to be doing quite a nlce-
Ormondites should read the arUch'Driftwood"t -, about the height of Tom Thumb. which he used with telling effect upon The failure of the Titusvllle gun club sheriffs caught him lout as he reached business this summer.
4th Froscher. Friends parted them, but not earn to put lu an appearance Wcdnos- he depot, where the crowd that was
on page. -Mrs. John B. Beach, of West Palm until Froscher had received thirteen cutson day caused much disappointment among:: waiting for, the train headed him off and The Plant System of Hotel In Florida.

-Mr. C. II. Rooks and son, of White Beach, was a passenger on yesterday's different parts of his body. Dr. James our people. A large crowd had gathered forced him to change hit course He Ie now being carefully examined by
City have been in town a day or two this northbound train, en route to North M. Jackson, Jr., was immediately called, to witness the shoot, and much excitement was then returned to his cell, whore he Gen'l. Supt. Dan Wiggins, with the
week. Georgia for a couple of months.Mr. and dressed the wounds of the suffering was felt as to the outcome of the still remains to await his trial. view of getting them In good trim for
match. However there several After the assault Sheriff Drown was the winter tourist travel. We are told
-Miss Kate Pritchard, paid a visit to S. W. Rowley, San Matco's to- were
last Friday returning the following bacco expert was a passenger on Wed man.The negro was arrested and placed in very interesting events shot off, In which Immediately carried Into his house which hat several marked Improvement will
Cocoa ,
day. nesday's northbound train, on his way jail at Miami, and the following day Messrs. Branning and Pritchard of Titus adjoins. the jail, and Dr. B, R. Wilson be made In the above hotel this iunrmer.
to Miami.Dr. (Monday) he was brought before Justice vllle took part and Mr. .'ret'S.' Chaffeo were quickly on .
-Capt. Herman Fischer, after spend. of the Peace Atkinson, who had him Ae It seemed to be the Idea to "make the spot to render every assistance po Manager Charles A. Merritt, of Hotelfilicide
Ing several days at Seabreeze, returned F. IT. Houghton, on board his bound over In a II,000 bond As many a (any of It" Wednesday, a dance was Ible. Tho wounds he received were Jacksonville, to meet the needs
home on Monday.We houseboat Dentos now at Palm of Miami's residents were rather Incensed given at Indlanola last evening which rather serious ones, being two open of the people, has changed Iris service,
want a correspondent at Key Beach, where he is doing' a rushing against Saunders owing; to his murderous tome of the young folks from this side woundsvono on tho right side of the head HO alto allow his guentit to d'n bo'ween

West- St Augustine Jacksonville and business action, Sheila Chllllngworth removed attended. In the crowd were Misses and one contused wound behind the ear the hours of 0 and 8 o'clock r. m. Hero-

Eden., Who will be our, correspondent ? -Mr. Jas. T. Hogg, deputy' collector him to Tltusvllle for safe keeping, until Aline Brady and Beside Hull of Tltua- Dr. Wilson says that while any wound after Manager Meriltt will cm, lunch
of Internal Revenue after spending several the next term of Circuit Court, for Dade vllle, Misses Daisy IIlnt'IUcrtrude! on the head, If forcibly reot'lvedare dan at noon. This Innovation at this season
-The mildeW' season is now on. It limes and Myra William and both from fracture amt, concuss
days in St. Augustine; returned county. ; gerous IIf the year will be appreciated by many
will pay you to go through your trunkor homewards on Wednesday.Mr. ilessrs.. Piltchard, Brnnnlng: Magruder, lons> lie has every reason to believe that weary traveler! who arrive In Jacksonville
closet and examine your clothing and -Do you filter your drinking water ? I Simmons and Ronald. The night wits his patient Is now out of danger and on after 0 o'clock )p. m.

shoes. I James Carnell, of.Ormond wasa -Mr. Harry Watton of Clifton Is In perfect, and so was the dance the road to recovery, which is gratifying
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passenger; on yesterday' southboundtrain .. I news to our townspeople.Caught Among all II* proprietor, past and
jy-Call or write to Claude Walton, TI. en route to Dade county to buy up town to-
tusvllle, about anti-germ' water filters. all the guavas; in sight; Mr. Carnell is a -Mr. Philip Roberts, of Mims, gave Kxoiirilnn.There K more enviable imputation than the
When writing for information please a Wild Cat. head of tho Howland hotel Long Branch
well-known guava jelly manufacturer. our office a pleasant call yesterday after ,
inclose stamp.Do : noon leaving a large; basket of delicious was an excursion to Daytona N. J., this season, Mr. George A. P. Kel-
If .-Mr. Albert Bennett and family, who which were done full justice toby Our Georglana correspondent says: ally This veteran bonlfnco has a happy
Jamalce ?
you want to go to have been at Eau Gallie for rapes: from: this place, on Tuesday All who
you do, write to one of Eden's former some'time residing our once staff. took vantage of the cheap trip, reportan One day last ''week' In broad diiyllght: bncultyuf meeting the taste and want
Wednesday'snortbbound
Read past were on a largo wild cat 'jumped over Into Mr. of summer guest to nicety,- and hence
pineapple growers at Kingston. train, en route to Daytona, -Mrs. C. C. Curtis and family, who enjoyable time.A Willie's chicken pnrk, seized a largo hen thou Ilowlnnd' brilliant success Mr.
ad. on 4th page.Attorney where will reside permanently. have been on a visit of about two months
they and made off with It., Mrs, White Kelney spent A season or two nil chief
C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, -Supt. B. F. Dillon, of the Western with relatives la Louisiana, returned 'tall at The Colonnade thought It was a dog when she first saw clerk of The Inn, Palm Beach, FhOen'l \.
who has been on a visit to Jacksonville, home yesterday. Mr. Curtis has now his box and Monday
Whltoset
Co. Jacksonville passed through It. Mr. trap
Union
that forlorn and smile. Supt. C. 1) Knott, of tho Florida
stopped over here from ,Wednesday until here Wednesday, en route to Miami. lost weary There will be a ball nt Hotel Colon morning had the pleasure of findingthe East Coast Hotel Co., I I. quite a bustier
Thursday, en route homo. Mr. Dillon looks as jovial as ever, and Messrs.' S. W. Carroll and W, Gold. nades, City Beautiful, tomorrow (Satur- during Intruder safely and securely On Thursday last ht'll\\'I'lvodln St.

-Major E. W. Peabody, the well Jacksonville's politics does not seem smith, of this place, have formed a day) night, whon a large and happy trapped. In It. Augustine! fr""m New York, and the following -
known representative of the TimesUnionand to worry him. partnership. The grocery; firm of S, throng of young people will be present. L day (Friday) he passed through

Citizen, was in town Wednesday, en -Some of the excursionists who went W. Carroll will( now be known as Car This is the opening ball of the .season' Orange Illuomi and Orangei on Indlmilllver ritusvlllo on lily way to Nassau. Upon
route to other points south. to Daytona Tuesday, had rather a rough roll & Goldsmith. and we have no doubt it will be a grand his return from Nassau ho will-after

-Miss Blanche Bouknight.. one of TI- bicycle ride, on the. beach, to Ormond .-The Brevard Board of .county: Commissioners lessee success,tif as time Mr.above Herbert line E.hotel Smith!. In,well the paying, St..,...Augu1tinkanother short........ lilt
Postmaster Jones in Reunion on tile tax oooks.Messrs. m. bowers -'cave mr a
tusville's popular young ladies, left here, and return. Ask are of : On account of the continued
Tuesday afternoon for Saluda, S. C., on about it. It was not exactly a ,gale: that W. II. Sharpe, of Sharpos; and spoken as a manager of rain we have had of lat.e. ninny of our timer, wo arc pleased to noto, I II rapidly
'a visit of three or four months with relatives was blowing, but it was bad enough. John N. Waller, of Ankona, arrived In orange trees are beginning to blossom recovering from his late severe Illness.
and friends. town yesterday. Also Tax Assessor J. Death of Walter Ankener.ilrs. At Rockledge, we ale told, many trees Mr. T. Mi Walter, Mr. Knott' secretary,
of
E. A. Wilson Washington
-Capt. F':. Wooten, of Cocoa. are well covered with blooms.Mr. accompanied him to Nassau
Merritt and her bright D. C., writes ADVOCATE as follows :
-Mrs. Chas. A. .
J. A. of Ankona went Wm M. Brown's orange grove Is For several ills the of
Ankeney 10111\ manager
and Miss Merritt, of "Do you know it does my eyes good; to -Mr. L. Thursby, a prominent and I
charming daughter
Jacksonville on Friday's see the little pink paper again. You well known orange grower, of Merritt, north, Tuesday, on her way to Des one of the finest In the. neighborhood of tho Tuttle Estate ball been Hooded with
were passengers local happenings to leave for New York tomorrow Morns, Iowa, called there by the sudden Tltusvlllo. Ills trues are 'R beautiful application from' parties desiring to
southbound train route to Key gather up so many expects
West en week it a reading is more than equivalent to spend the balance of the sum death of her son, Welter Mr. Walter sight, many of the branches. of some of lease the hotel Miami.. A* soon a* It waa
on a few days' pleasure trip every to" "a letter from home." mer with his sister, Miss Emma Thurs Aokeney was well and favorably knownon I them having boon proppedup owing to known that tho lonseo would be allowed

-Mr, E. L. Bradbury, a well known by, the far-famed singer.Mr. ., the lower Indian River He was n the large; number of oranges upon them. to put In a bar, In cale a license couldbe
preserver of fruit, of Webbs Mills, N. Y., -Mrs. A. It. Hodgson and little daughter bright well educated young man, fillinga procured, tho applicant Increased ata
has the thanks of the ADVOCATE for a who has been spending about seven II. E. Harklsheimcr, son of the position of trust In an Iowa bank. The IleweCelebration.. rapid rate. Wi I'. Hatchett being onu
large jar of finely preserved raspberries.They weeks with relatives In Ottawa, Canada, late. Major Harklsheimer, a prominent The Ankeney family have the sympathyof of the applicants, decided on a trip to.
are of excellent quality, and are i passed through: here, Tuesday, on their merchant of Jacksonville, is In town today many friends In their bereavement Cleveland, to have a personal interview
much appreciated.Mr. way to their home at Eau Gallie. Mrs. lie has been on a visit to Ormond, (len. Daniel Butterfield, who Is'In with Mr. McBride, executor of the es-
A. McCormick, Mrs. Hodgson's; aunt, returned Daytona and other places along the coast charge of the Dewey celebration, has Inquired Ute, which resulted In his securing a
G. D. Ackerly recently general with her. It was quite cold In the interest of the "4 Crown Buttei" Pad County State Iank. of Colonel W. !b. Proskoy what lease on the piopetty for A term of yours..
passenger agent: of the J. T. & K. W. Hy. when they left Canada.Mr. of the Elgin Butter Co.DeputySheriff were the chances of having the Florida It has always been supposed] that thero
Las moved his family from Jacksonville, issued Tallahassee Naval Militia at the Dewey celebration
Letters patent were at could be no saloon Inside the city limit,
where he has resided many years. Mr. D. E. Burley, general passenger M. S. 'Jones jr., on Tuesday, incorporating the In October. New York City will shelter clause I Is Inserted In
si a liquor every
Ackerly is now connected with a road at agent of the Oregon Short Line Railway, went to Jensen, Wednesday, to make an Dade County State Bank at West Palm and mess, free of cost; naval militia and deed either from the Tuttle estate or
returned with
Los Angeles California.Mr. Salt Lake City, Utah, sends the ADVOCATE arrest. Yesterday he a with of all State participating the celebration.
illustrated colored named Henry Johnson Beach, a capital 15,000, paid troops the Fort Dallas Land Company Mr.
a very nicely gotten up man officers of the bank K. N. General Butterlleld U full of energy
In. The are
A. K. Wilson, son of Mr. C. V. folder printed In colors, which gives charged; with carrying a Winchester rifle Hatchett will complete the repair on
Dlmick, president W. D. Hendrlckson, and we wish him every eucoe.lI.Ue hotel and It to the public a*
S. Wilson, .editor and proprietor of the useful Information to those who without license.. As a deputy-sher time open
the
some George caller at Auo.OATil -
Sarasota Times, has accepted a positionas anxious to know anything about iff Mr. Jones* Ir hard to boat, vice president; L. Browning, was u pleasant hi short: soon a. possible
are oOlcQ last winter during *
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cashier; Spltzer.:; -----
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foreman of this office, rice Mr. National Park, and how
Fulke herewith Yellowstone -E. Morgan; has bought the large The other stockholders are George W. stay In Titusvllle.
Mr. Wilson comes folder al-
excellent,resigned.credentials and we trustour and when to visit it. This of neat Yellowstone block in Patrick's addition owned by Potter George/ %V, Lanlhart E. )(. Brels \ The Itldtfowood.
gives; a bird's eye-view Klsslmmee Land Co. and will lame. Pritchard and W M. Drown. -
townspeople will make him feel at Park. commence the building a ,handsome soon large ford, Average I'rlee of Florida FrulU Diirli g Between Ashevllle and Blltmore, on

home. -Mr. Robert McNamee, a well known residence on it. HI* son-in-law, E. I. The Tail Meaon. car line. Parties going to the mountain
-We understand that Judge Minor f:. lawyer and politician, was in town frsm Lesley and 8. A. Gilbert are also preparing CHURCH NOTICES. for the summer will find Ideal accommodations .

Jones intends to make Sanford his headquarters Monday until Tuesday, having come htre to mt TJ from Bassenger to Klsslm According the latest published reports at tho Ittdgewood A
for the West Coast, and at stated to discuss law matters with Judge M. S. mee, and they will also buy lots and put Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Florida fruits have averaged the magnificent view of the mountain

times will hold his chambers there, Jones. Mr. McNamee will soon !be con up fine houses. Our stockmen are services at Eau Gallie, on Sunday next, following price I Room. Urge and airy. Double plazz Specialtatss
it being more convenient than going to nected with the Jacksonville Sunday launching out on the strength; of the cattle morning and evening. Oranges, 2.10 per box; lemon $1.33 spacious ground and cottage
Orlando. The prediction that most of : Call as editor, and this paper will then boom.-Klsslmmne Valley-Oazette. per box; limes $JU7: per crate; grapefruit| to families For Information, ad.
the legal business of the circuit 'would be Issued every afternoon to the peopleof There will be preaching at the Presbyterian $5.15 per barrel pineapple $1.37 perorate dress Mr*.''Carrie Carr Mitchell,

come from the East Coast has not been the metropolis. Mr. MeNamee Is a Graded CattU For Cuba. church, Sunday, July 30th. You ; bananas, 42 cent per bunch; avo Aihevllle, N. C.
verified, There is considerably more fluent and forcible writer and we wish are cordially Invited to attend and to cado pearl, $1.2tt' per barrel; guavas, 87 I _
business done on the West Coast.-Klssiramee him every success in advance.Mr. In accordance with the terms of a recent bring some one with you. cent per orate; coooanuU, 0 1-3 cents Kmpty anti. Itlco linrreU .

Valley Gazette. order for the free admission of fifty There will be Union services at the per nut; pecan, f 3.40 per bushels; pear,
W H. McFarland left here, yes- thousand head of graded cattle into church next Sunday Rev. A. $1,13 per barrel; peaches, 88 cent per For vale. Admires.-
Baptist ,
Jacksonville
terday afternoon for on Cuba, within tbe next year, the Secretary D. Penny will preach la the rooming at bushel; strawberries produced I,' Iron Rails Wanted. with his
business connected tent-protect- of Agriculture bag Issued regula.. quart to the acre, and the average price Charleston S. C.
lIe intended going on the .1 11 o'clock, and Rev. C. N, Bell In the 8 George St., ,
log scheme. tone! covering their admission was 111-2 cent per'lullrt.
Cheap, secondhand, small Iron rails SSJO:: a. m. train, and was ready dressed The regulations provide that to secure I evening 730.
wanted. Send weight, lowest price and and packed for the journey some hours the advantage the order cat tie must be A !taro Opportunlty.

all other particulars to before; but thought he would Just takea shipped either from Savannah, Mobile, A"he For Sale. Killing of Bummer Ducks
R. R. Ricoir, Jensen, Fla. short nap and be on time, Mr. Mo New Orleans or Galveston, and satisfac The land of Joseph Peter, deceased, '
Farland,' however, did not wake until evidence must be supplied that and live oak $13 situated! ou the east side of Indian River,
tory they :Mangrove ; very dry, Notice I Ie hereby given that It I Ie Illegal
and hence he was 00 '
Save Money by Sending for Your nearly seven o'clock, from the fever district opposite Jensen, consisting of lome
are not u outlined per ton, delivered. Address, to kill summer duck, and evil-doer ";
Groceries to the Magnolia. too late for the 6:30 a. m. train. by the department. The animals S. W. JKSXISGS, Fort Pierce, Fla. must govern themselves accordingly acre, with 13 acre cleared and with In several good !i;
condition for cultivation
will Inspected by an Inspector of the letter from John L. Crawford E ,
Grocery Co., Jacksonville A sale. ";(
I II In hands for
l' building
my
Agricultural Department at the of '
Wanted.
Guavas port secretary of state, to Sheriff Jo. the
Florida. "and If they are found to be This land bat rented annually for ;
shipment, Wanted Hewing. Brown Inform. him that the killing of
market for and bulls suitable for breed past ten year at from $500 to $$00 net .
paid graded cows law
price duck la Florida I I. prohibited ''
IjMbs. granulated sugar.. . 1.00 The highest by cash. Can give perfect title One of
20-lbs 1.00 guavas In any quantity. Prompt remittances. ing purposes, free from disease and Immune Gentlemen'. Clothing neatly repaired. from the first day of April until the River. Thecold
white 0 .. . from the fever tick the inspectorwill the best place on Indian J
'rb8-! green coffee.._. .. ..... 1.00 Address, & Co. Issue a certificate embodying, these Mas. It. C. SciUMttKouK, first day of October. KOHD Jut winter and In former year did '\

0 Iba. Arbnckie' coffee. . 1.00 WAHUOCK Jacksonville, Fla. facts, which certificates should accom Titnsvllle, Fla. Fish A.and A. Game, Warden. very little or no damage. Apply at onoo 1.

D. S. bacon, per pound. . .61 easy the cattle and be presented to tbe and get a bargain. if I
Breakfast bacon, II .9 and .10 P. L. GAULPJCN, ,
office at the of landing j
customs port subscriber who wants to buy a
Shoulder, .. II . tt Town Tax Books. -Any Titusvllle, Fla.
meals and berth Included Tituttvllle Laundry. ,
ticket
Picnic ham. II . .6| round-trip ,
Best ham. : ,, . .10 Notice U hereby given that the town Joe Dawson Hoes over the -Clyde Lino,would do .
Geo. Cook of Titusvllle I Ie now The Sun Matco Cigar, ; I
close at the well to write the editor of tbe /At vo- Mr*. I
l0( lba butterine. . . 1.40 tax books will positively
. .. do work of
and sold Fla. for price. Weal- prepared to laundry every
which will convene Are< Write for price on other groceries. August meeting, A Baumgard, wholesale hardware dealers so have a round-trip ticket over the Mai- description. Ail work guaranteed.Leave All Pure Florida Tobacco, i

Goods delivered to depot in Jacksonville.MAOXOLJA August 1st. U. S. JOSES, JR., 10} Chambers street, New York. lory Line, between Brunswick and Jew your washing at G. 1'. Duren' Kait Coast Grown ,1
GBOCKBT Co.Jacksonville ., Tax Collector. 23-30: York, for tale. Flrst-clas tickets. corner tore, opposite ADVOCATJC omoo.I No better made; try them.VI" i ,
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. take the name and address of such own ... THE GLASS OF FASHION MllliUi, Pearl or Cat-tall; 25c. per lb. by mall; 15c.ex
cr, and shall, within five days thereof, I SEEDS freight. German; best for bay, $2.10: per bushel Katlrre Coa

t forward to the officer of such common'carrl A parasol which matches tbe color in 1 white and led/also Jerusalem corn, 20cts. per Ib. by mail|]; 10r.rs

, "I r who shall be authorized or designated your hat is the chic thing to hue this lb. by express ur freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cts per Ib. by

to redeem such ticket, with such} season. lOcts Ib. express or freight IDai4

name and address, and the said officer, Velvet cord neck chains strung with Peanuts, Spanish, $1.50 per bushel. Chufas, $3.50 per bushel.

.e whose duty It shall be to redeem such coral beads are one of the season's'nov Seed Corn In variety

J6R ticket, shall, within thirty days after the elties. Cow Peas, market prices., .

t r receipt of such ticket with such name The new moire lUke Interwoven with Write for price list '

and address, forward, mall to such address floral designs are as soft and pliable as "'L.; CAMERON,
Seedsman
1'' t I E cH Rlec r! the value of the ticket as providedIn oriental satin.Qnimpes Mother's advice is worth more than ,

; this act. Such 'redemption shall be with sleeves made. nf rhiffon the advice of any other woman to the 125 East Bay. St... JACKS NVILLJ' *., .
Dyo T or silk can be daughter who is the : ----, rLoA,
Id91AR made without cost of exchange or other purchased in the shops perplexed by prol
for almost lems of phyiscal health and 'comfort.
any price between
; expense Ito tho purchaser, provided, tilt $5 and There's no need therefore to write to a
t GEOUO MARX. JOHN
I It"
N ) That such agent may, In the discretionof woman," who is a stranger. MARS

rIRC the common carrier by which he Is appointed Pretty evening dresses for young There may, however, be need for a
y ; s i iTtIe redeem such ticket In cash girls are made of cream net oVer taffeta phvsician's advice to supplement the ad- 1VI R BROS.
c silk and trimmed from waist to hem vice of the mother. In such a case the ,
when presented. with frills of white satin ribbon. offer of free consultation by letter, made Wholesale Dealers In

t1EC.5. That any ticket agent(. who Making hat by Dr. Pierce, opens the way to health,
crowns of flowers is one and at ,the same time avoids the GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
shall fall to comply with the provisions of\be novel effects millinery, but the questionings the unpleasant .,

of this net refusing to give to the purchaser latest form of vegetation used for this and offensive, local repulsive treatments examinations -

5TIIUD Qi'FLORIDA a receipt for a ticket unused or .. purpose is moss, not artificial moss, but which less experienced physicians often 131 and 133 Kant Hay Street and 6 and 8Newnun Street,
partly used, or by refusing to take the the real'thing.A insist on.Any .

name and address of the purchaser of few yards of tulle, more yards of sick or ailing woman is invited to J'ao1-c.son.: "'': F1.0r1dn.
write to Dr. Pierce
Buffalo, in the strict-
the ticket, or who shall fall within five fine wire and a bunch of flowers forma est privacy. FACh letter is
held
as a ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN
ANTISCALPINGLAW. days after receiving! such ticket to for. good recipe for a fashionable toque. sacred confidence and its answer is sent THE CITY-

ward the same with the name and address Simple enough in the abstract, yet no in a plain envelope, bearing no printing -
one but the moat it.
artistic milliner upon
to the properofficer redemption, bring anything like can Do not be misled by advertisements We are headquarters; for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow pea:,.
success ont of this
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, offering "medical advice" guaranteed genuine.. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We Want/
combination which arepublished .._u_ ,., L'L r..u __ "_ ,_, __ -" 'n' _
,'AN-JACT to provide that common carriers and shall upon,.conviction thereof, In any Fancy vests and by those who not being phy your urnnges ana vegeiaoies. uive us a trial ana you win oe pl.oocu.

/ shall designate and provide with court of competent jurisdiction, bo subject tares of tbe new cloth waistcoats!gowns..are fea vice.sicians are not qualified to give such ad MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla..
Thereare Any physician or doctor who hasa W- We Sell to Dealers.
only
,certificates of authority RJentliautbor- for such offense to a fine not exceedIng pique vests and vests of white cord- legal and professional right to the title

zed! to Hell' tickets, 'and prohibit nil one hundred dollars or imprisonment ed silk, daintily) flowered and buttoned will publicly claim that title. Those

others from selling tickets evidences for a term not exceeding sixty days. with pearl buttons, besides the low cut who offer "medical advice and invite ==

of transportation; to provide for redemption That any general passenger agent, or double breasted waistcoat worn over a that you to the"woman write to is a a.doctor.woman do The not"medical claim CHAS.:: E'LcrtMt'; dc CO.

? of the whole or Any unused other officer designated by a oommon chemisette front of lace or chiffon.A advice" of an ,
unprofessional woman DEALERS IN -
part of a ticket or evidence of. transportation carrier as the proper person to redeemIts pretty summer cape Is i made with is just as dangerous as the "medical

and prohibit the forglrifc or unused or partly used tickets, who two accordion plaited ruffles of white advice" of an unprofessional man. In F1.n.e Wines: : n iad.: Liquors,
chiffon striped with black satin on the more than thirty years Dr. Pierce and his
shall fall to redeem such tickets
forging refuse, or edge. The plaitings are finished with staff of nearly a score of medical special 417 & 419 W. Hay St.,
:; : :; in the by this act a
manner prescribed tiny ruche of chiffon and ists, have successfully treated over half a .
., genuine ticket .or other evidence of within 'fifteen days after the same shall chiffon with long scarf ends a ruche of million women. You can write without a M JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

transportation| and to provide punishment have reached his hands, shall be deemed this dainty wrap made on a white completes taffeta fear Buffalo as,without N. Y.Hope fee to Dr. R. V. Pierce, '

for.. the violation of any. .,of they guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall, upon silk foundation.-New York Son. '{ Bombarding Dewey

bectlons! jierein considered.Be conviction thereof in any court of competent With
good things Uncle Sam
t' Be It' enacted: by the Legislature of'the jurisdiction, be subject for each APHORISMS.The is a ,staff in the morning. and a preparing to do when he reaches is

jt'ntefif f Florida; : offense to a tine not exceeding one hun- couch at night. ,, this side of the pond. There will
4
t ; SECTION i. That It shall be'the duty dred dollars, or to Imprisonment not exceeding secret of success is constancy to be no "extra dry" sauterne, claret,
An
purpose.Disraeli.The
Epidemic of Diarrhoea.
i Burgundy, or any other that flows
of every common carrier Co provide each sixty day Id
in his honor that will
man who procrastinates Mr.\ A. Sanders, writing from Cocoanut be purer,
struggles -
/" agent who may he authorized to sell SEC. 0. That If any person shall false- with ruin.-Heeiod, Grove, Fla., says there has been quite an S higher grade, or of more exquisite

tickets or other evidence of trnnsportatlon .- ly make, forge, or counterfeit, or cause None rash epidemic of diarrhoea. there.lie had a boquet than what you will find In
be made foVged counterfeited are when they are unseen severe attack and cured four doses j MaQ our superior stock at all times
of the holder's right to travel on procure to or by anybody.-Stanislans. wax by ..
the line of such carrier lino or willingly aid or assist in falsely of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and t Our stock of fine wines, whiskies
a' or on any ,
t All that is human and beers are unexcelled.
1 must retrograde if Diarrhoea. Remedy. lIe says he also r<- .L
which said carrier's line shall form apart making, forging or counterfeiting, any it do not advance.-Gibbon. commended it to others and they it
Blum's
say nr- Pure
1 with certificate forth the ticket orotber evidence of ''the Rye Whiskey, 7 yearsfold, delivered to any part of the State
a getting passage pass, Better be three hours too soon than U best medicine they ever used. For express prepaid, for,$3.20.
authority of, such agent to make such I transportation in imitation of, or pur- one minute too late.-Shakespeare. sale by all Druggists and Medicine dealers.

sale, which'certificate shall be attested porting to be in Imitation of, such transportation lie that will watch providences, shall

by the signature I of such common carrier Issued by a common carrier or never want providences to watch.- Notice of Application for Permitto

', or whenqvo.r such common carrier Is a, common carriers, for travel over its line Flavel : Sell Liquors, Wines and

corporation, by the signature of one of or any lioe.of which its line shall forma There is a paradox in pride-it makes Deer. _

Its proper officers, and posted in a conspicuous ptrt, or who shall knowingly alter any some men ridiculous but prevents oth-

place In the office or'place'' of genuine ticket, pass or other evidence oftransportation ers from becoming BO.-Colton. AN !
notice U hereby given that W. J. AVALANCHE OF TIMBER
business of such agent./ or Issue, publish or sell We promise according to our hopes, PUBLIC ha filed with the Hoard of County

SEC. 2. That it shall be Illegal for any any such altered genuine ticket, pass or but perform'according to our selfishnessand Florida CoiunilsRlnners bill application of Hrevarcl for a, in permit the State to sell of You will thlnkl| has slid into our yard

general fa monger agent or other officerof other evidence of transportation, or at oar fears.-Rochefoucauld., liquors wine and beer In Election District No. when you see the large stock of lumber,
9,4 said County sod, State; that Burn appllca and timber that
11.' common carrier whoso duty it may tempt to Issue, publish or sell any such The reflections, on a-day well spent tion will be acted on by the Raid Board of County times in we keep on hand at all

,, bo to supply tickets to the agents of said altered genuine ticket, pass or other evidence furnish 10,000 us with joys more pleasing than which roinnjIsHlonerg will be held at on their the next ant ronular Tuesday meeting in An-, \\v' T-,r,1 You will every certainly variety think, lath the and prices shingles.a landslide

common carrier for sale to tho public, to of transportation, or any such triumphs.-Thomas a Kempis. gust A. D., IttlHi, at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoonof when you see our figures on an esti.BUILDERS' .
Here Bald day,and the Raid Board hereby calls upon '
is the
supply tickets for sale to any person falsely made or counterfeited passage manliness of manhood, ; auy citizen of such Election District who may m'ate.:
that a man has a good reason for what desire to do so, to show cause, if any there be, SUPPLY
other ticket other evidence of transportation r CO.
than the regularly-authorized tick- pass or be does and has at the Raid next recular meeting of said Hoard, ,
et agent as provided;; for In tho preceding ; shall be deemed guilty of a :Maclaren. a will in doing.it:-A.: plicant.why such permit shall not lie granted to the ,ap St. Augustine, Fla.

section. That it shall be unlawful for felony, and shall, upon conviction, be Ily order of the Hoard of County Commission ,
thousand'dol Prosperity is the touchstone of virtue; ers of Urevard County, Florida, this the 4th day
any person not possessed of such authority fined not more than three it is lees difficult to bear misfortunes of July,A. IX, 18U9.

so evidenced, to sell, barter or transfer lars for each offense, and shall bo Im- than to remain uncorrupted by pleasure. WM. H.Chairman SHARPE, pro, tem.

for any consideration whatever, the: prisoned in the discretion of the court Tacitus.

whole or any pact of any ticket, pass, or for a term not exceeding two years. AND Notice for Publication.In ,
other evidence of transportation, ;'provld- Approved June 2, 18011.! POINT. ESTABLISHED 1880.
"
ed, that tile purchaser\ of n transferable "STATE OF FLORIDA )
Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit
ticket in'' good faith, for personal e In OFFICE SECRETARY! OF STATE. J JI } Sa spend The the people least who time! bave in tbe them.If 'finest. home.* of Florida, Brevard County, A..D.- :Bond Lumber Co.

the prosecution of a journey, shall have Jno. L. CrawfordSecretary of Stateof 18D!). ,

the right to re-sell same to a person who Florida, do hereby certify that the you don't like a man, bis voice IN CHANCERY Manufacturers
I rasps you when he is talking pleasantly. Cartle C.Snedeker, ) of and Dealers in
will, In good faith, personally It in foregoing Is a true and correct copy of vs. )} Bill for Divorce.
the prosecution of a journey; and, provided an act to provide that common carriers Good advice is like life insurance. Ifyo'u Margaret Snedeker ) LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING
take it when young it becomes T appcarli.tr:by the bi'l of complaint exb'lblt.e.1 ,, CEILING
further, that nothing! in this act shall designate and provide with certificates very valuable in old age. ,- I and tiled in said cause and the affidavit of ,, ,
shall prevent the properly-authorized of authority agents authorized to complainant's solicitor that the defendant, Mouldings, Turning and Scroll
: Time flies. Those who giggled in tbe Margaret: Hneileker Is a non-resident of the Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
agent of any transportation company sell tickets, and prohibit others from back seats at church State of Florida, and that she resides to-wlt: 'and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
a few weeks,
In
ago the State of New York within the United
from purchasing from the properly- soiling tickets or evidences ot transportation are now snoring in the seats in front. States, but that her 'poatoftlce address la un- Saw, Planing and :Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at
authorized agent or any other tran pOI't.aUon ; to provide for the redemption of If girl has known to this complainant, and that she hag DeLand and Titusville.
a attended a boarding been absent for more than sixty days lost past
company a ticket,for a passenger the whole or any unused part of a ticketor school one year of her life, she always that she Is over twenty-one years of age; ,amt .
that there U no within the State
to whom he may sell a ticket to travel evidence of transportation, and prohibit refers to that school as the place where Florida the service person of a subpoena upon whom of

a over any part of the line for which bo Is the forging or counterfeiting, or she received her education.,, would Now,bind you,such the said defendant Margaret: Snedeker. be end H. HODGES..:. .

the properly-authorized agent, so as to altering of any genuine ticket or other A woman is never really worked to appear before the judge of our court on MANUFACTURER

enable such passenger to tho place or evidence of transportation ; and to pro death until she can cut patterns ont of THE 7th DAY OF AUGUST, A.D. 1809, OF

junction from which his, ticket shall vide punishment for the violation of the -newspapers and put clean papers on the confeRRo to answer will said be bill entered of complaint against or you a decree and pro the ..Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber..

read. sections herein contained, as passed the pantry shelves without stopping to read complainant will be allowed to proceed exparte ROUGH AND DRESSED. '- -
Orange Box
the love stories in with his said cause. Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.parl .
SEC. 3. That any person'or persons Legislature, session of 1800\ approved by them.-Atcbiaon It is further ordered that this notice be pub Any one contemplating shedding their
,
Globe pineapples In
Itched in the INDIAN RIVER or oranges or building
violating any of the, provisions of, or the Governor and filed In this office." published in Raid county.ADVOCATE once a,week u newspaiwr for ft.any. n.part."" _'_01 nL.w Florida, would_ do. well to wdte for nrinee Tbe Raw mlll era lneatedu
: neglecting to comply with any of the requirements Given nndtir my hand and the Groat Seal NO..Ue4-- the not MIL less than thirty days from the time of filing .uumuu of the mUir East,Coast.llear 1'itJatka, on the J.. T. K. W', **. Lumber r 3el iiered -to---any---

n- of the preceding sections of of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, r Witness the Honorable Minor 8. Jor.es, judge Address: .H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
I of said court, an,. the deal of raid .
, this act shall be deemed guilty of a luls- the Capital, this tho 5th day of A. D. court house In TJtusville,Florida, this court nth at duy the -

demeanor, and shall, upon conviction 1800. of July,A.D.,Itwa. SAW AND I'LANING IIIILLS, .
A. A. STEWART, JACKSONVILLE TARD
4 thereof In any court of tho state within Great Seal of the {' L.8. I,( Olerk Circuit Court Palatka ::10'1" E. liar St., Foot of Catherine.

',. the jurisdiction of which the offense was State of Florida. Tjuly--augP-ot/ By O.A Stewart,D. C.

committed, be subject for each offense (Signed) JNO. L CRAwFoRD, r WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY -

t' to a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars Secretary of /State. k Kxecutor's Notice. ,

,I or imprisonment in the discretion of Manufacturers of _

the court The Chinese recently celebrated the ia hereby given to all whom It may
one thousandth of the deathof NOTICE that six mouths from this dltre
SEC. 4. That anniversary # Lumber
every common carrier the undersigned; will present to lion D.L. ; Cypress Shingles and Lath.
that shall have sold any ticket or other Tong Wong, the inventor of the Chi Oaulden County Judge of Urevard county, *
Florida
his final report accounts and vouchers,
evidence or transportation,of the hold nese theater. together with his petition for discharge as executor A large stock of
t of the last will and testament. of Emily Dry Cypress floorl'ng, ,ceiling, siding shingles,
er's mouldIngs
right to travel on Its lino of which A.Reynolds deceased. lath and pickets ,
always
It forms a part, shall, If the whole of Is It night gH Dated at Fort Pierce, Florida,this 8th day of mouldings of all on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypres
June, A.I). Ifttt patterns specialty..
said ticket be unused, redeem the same, For an Editor tollecoinmvml Patent MetlU When .
I i R. 8. REYNOLDS, at home write us for prices
paying therefor the actual amount at (lln"{ ." tti..n....... -_....,. ...... "'m.... ; when up our way, come and see us.
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which said ticket was sold; or if any From Sylvan Valley Xews, Brevard, U/ A. Reynolds, deceased."l -

part bf such ticket bo unused by the purchaser N. C. I C. T. McCarty, FOR '
It may be a question whether the editor Attorney for Executor: junld-emo $3.20.
thereof, redeem tho same at a .
of a newspaper has the right to pub- --- .
rate which shall bo equal to the difference licly recommend any of the various pro- AilminUtrntor'M!! Notice. Sent
between tho price paid for the prietary medicines which Hood! the mar Lawyer-The coat's too' long, tbewaistcoat's send jrs- York Exchange we will

whole ticket and the cost of ticket of ket; yet as a preventive of suffering we too long-In fact, the entireIOU'S is hereby given that all creditors, PREPAID
tho class between tho feel ft a duty to say a good. word for too long ITailorDear I 'NOTICE *, distributees and all persons hav- FOUR' FULL QUARTS .
same points for Chamberlain's: Colic, Cholera and Di 1.Ilrrboea' me, sir I'm lug claims or demand* against the estate of
which said ticket was used.' very sorry, I.Imlsy L. I> : late of Urevard County, :
actually Remedy We have known and but I tllllrhertr'
-er-thought that gentlemen of deceased,to within one year to the Of the Celebrated
The purchaser of an unused or partly used this medicine in our family for tour profession preferred long euits. undenlgued this notice will be pleaded in Seven-Year-Old ,
unused ticket, or his or her representative twenty years and have always, found It Ally Sloper bar, p.HROWN,
reliable In many cases u dose of this Sheriff of Brovard,County, Fla., Calhoun Pure
,' may have the same redeemed at rem'ody would save hours of suffering and ex-ofllclo administrator of the Rye Whiskey
| any .tlme within one year after its Issue while a physician is awaited. We do ITEMS OF INTEREST. estate of Llnday L. Dougherty, de ;

I l i If It be unused, or within one year after not believe In depending Implicitly. on ceased.9june28July -.--We. hlp-in PLAIN PACKAGES, firt mark. #./* in.it..._._ ___LL 0.. U ___ I
i it shall have been partly used In the any medicine for a cure;but.we do believe i i The human yoke can in a few cases KM uicni.i$3.20 n Willie cb"rtuJty get It and refunded.test it.. ifiVu -not- -aatldactory"""": w return! which" at OUR will EXPENSE avoid an cUd f
that If a bottle of th mbel'laln's utter 296 We are clot This Whiskey as good .. nurket'
words a minute at hand and can give roil l8 $:3goods in the!
t manner following: lie *,or she shall present been dotngbuslaess QUICKER DELIVERY than 'distant We bate
Diarrhoea In bouse
Remedy were kept on hand The thlll city ant at the
world's :
the same to ticket agent of and administered at the herring catch every year MARRIAGE PAPER l'OXSI81L1TY AND REl'UTATIO: for same stand for over YEARS, and u to our RES-
any any inception of
honest
an Is 390,000 tons, which is all consumed A ssar I'UB1..UlHaD.lot the editor of this paper. dealing,we refer you to any merchant here, or W I
common carrier over whose line such attack much suffering might be avoided before WQlD l nEE" Aiat2 OYU t4
the next II,.id" 1.. .
and In season.A i
:. ticket was sold to be used, whereupon very many cases the presence ofa Tbouund OCA4rna.te to SOLOMON LEVI,
physician would not be required. New York criminal B J '
.At 65 of '
such ticket shall issue to the yean 1028 &; 1930 First Avenue
agent .Ibtmhaccutcrisalufhricasl ,
purchaser least this has been our experience during age. was brought into court on a litter P. O. Box No. 33.
r or his or her legal represent- the past twenty years. For sale by to receive his 18 months' sentence for ,, Trial Sub.H4 c & BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

1 U ve receipt describing the same and shall all Druggist and Medicine dealers I manslauzhter SocialSiricau'okdu, 0. PANY NOTIC'E-We," but to poinu pay onmacs Express Charges of other to all polDti l reached by SOUTnEHN EXPRESS.CpMJwpJKg -

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professional Cards. Botanic Blood Balm. M tight tooth harrow hi tl>f4 way making CIIURCIIIS.S : ..

:.f no abundance nil feid. Aim a .- --

-; HOBMM. WALTKB 8. GRAHAM.A (B. It. It. IU.M; f;;) f'n: f 1r;\ supplemental crop, however It l I" more .' cnrncn.fkrvlrc .
) 4'
I ) extensively' sown In corn hy scattering
GRAHAM .' lrou lrJ U;
IO = god and 4th Sundays In rack
nODBIN'S the aced ahrnd of the cultivator at timeof month al Hum. and .
7:3111" m. Sunday school
THE
1ATTORNEYS AT-LAW GREATBLOOD TO !HELP "t-t. t. : ;;2 ""'I! Imt rnltiVMtlon.' The euro shade) every aunda7 at sac: a. m. Evening. tra.er.'
JJ ti:1lwRAPE I p. m. on We and protect the junnx plant during ita rrlda, at 10 a. m.Aruh .
FrtCK IIOUBS:-!-From 10 to 12 a. m., 1/st.r /r,,. early growth and within nix or eight "li>*con It. F, IIROWX, Rector.

and 2 to 4 p. m. CURE JOl1lfro"A'rr'j CULTURE. week lanion may b* turned In for ------
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TrrrsmiJE, Brevard Con Florida of atarrk mkt weaning PRESBYTERIAN (

r o. Box, Ios.Will loyal t'reltreulve Farmers Are Turning Rape In the cornfield la M paradise for every Sabbath at II a. m.snd TJOn.m..
practice In aU the conru-4tate and fed friends far It (. Greet ..s.roawt.The Sunday srhiml at in I. m.. (leo. W, Hcohto.
lambs before harvest and make
FREE. tkt liberator corn a Runt Prar r nuwtlnff on Wnlnrsclay evening
"special" facilities for examining and perfect. Pe-ru-n baa progress in rape cnlto'lu'in this splendid fall feed for slrrp. cattle or ate :10. The 'mhlloarecordially Invited to attend -
A .
?!l land titles. A Cure for Blood and Skin Dis- & e been makiflg country is one of the marvels of latter wine when the corn Is, hurvemted. In our servlri Kev.JOHXA.* Ilt'OIIKS I's.tor.

4 day husbandry. Five years ago the needing the cornfield with It la a -
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Eczema .
GAULDEN, eases, Ulcers, Pim- ,+ kind for many plant was little known and less under good plan to use about two pounds lUrTlST CIIURCII,

D ples, Scrofula. Blood Poison jteures"k stood. Last year millions of acres were rape need mixed with one-half pound
years. Preaching every second and( fourth Annday
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Cancer, Kidney Trou- jI, catarrh whenever devoted to its culture, and other millions of coininon fiat tnrnlp need for eachacre. morning and evening. lrayer Minting every

t ble, Boils, Malaria, located. of acres will be added to Its broad The name mixture may bo profitably Wednesday' evening at Tiw) n'rlnrk. Sunday
In all the .
Will practice Courts of the State School evi Sunday Ie a/1: .m. Also rnoar\to
x Florida, and the United States Conru. Rheumatism. M rot R.ades, green domain the present year. All used in needing with oats or on lug first Sunday' ftt lAnranre. All are cordially

I 1,1'.Box,838. T1TU8TILLK, FLA. r :W "1 ,)r \\'oOf' 35 Twenty- progressive English and Canadian stubble land. Invited to tt.nd. E. N. 11FLL, Pall tor.MKTIlOniST .
A TRIAL TREATMENT shepherds! cultivate it, and the perfection -
Money to Loan. jAM ET PRIVATELYBY 1 j eighth St, Detroit Food .
MAIL FREE of their flocks attests its great val Animal for Poultry..
TO ALL WHO 8CFFKR. Mich., is one of the many thou-
ue. The English and Canadian shepherdscultivate A number of feeding experiments at CHURCH.ofrrlrMncry .
GOLDSMITH mlf any nan Jr! woman Kuflferlnu: from any sand of Pe-m-na'afriendA. This Is what )
or Skin Trouble will write us we will iwnd she to Dr. Hartman it mainly for sheep hut progressive the New York station hAVe shown at. Regular first third and l fourth
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them free of says ButiiUjm atI a. m. sod Tn>n .
charge and prepaid to domination 1' m. 8nnilr
a trial bottle of Uounic Blood Balm (B. It. B.), We have used your Fe-ru-na, with American farmers are turning most invariably advantage in the use Soho.l every Sunday *t lrt:0ii: a. tn. Kpwortb:
A :II'OUNEr-AT-LATV the famous Southern Blood Remedy. It has the most remarkable results and would it to broader uses' having f011nt of rations containing animal fowl! over League each Sunilny at 3-lrtp.: m. lr,,)rr niMWTlinrmUy

permanently ryearn' standing cured, and thousands after doctor or cases, ,hospital tome of not be without it. We have always quite profitable! H gracing and soiling ration confuting entirely or largely of lag LtI.II..II'every Aid Sorlvt.T nlthtt uiwt e\fry 1:IMI oVIiM'k We.III..The...,

ntnsville, Florida. and patent medicines had failed. Remedy bat recommended it to our friends. A few plant for their cattle and swine. vegetable food. at aI:( p.. m. Kvrrj: '|MMT ,.rlr me at our churchterrier
been thoroughly tested for i>....t 30 years and U To that is revolutionizing the A ration in which about two-fifths of *
gertectly safe to take by old or young. Blood years aj o I purchased a bottle of your say rape Rev, A. U. PENNEY, I*...tor.
Malm la an honest,Inexpensive remedy that you Fe-ru-na and after seeing its results sheep industry in this country is putting the protein was supplied by animal -- -

r.J.. WEBB, may teat before you part with your money recommended to who was the case none too strong. It add"ml1lenllt'ly food wan much more profitably fed to
my grocer CATHOLIC .
CURES MADE UIILOOD BALM. troubled with dyspepsia the curing of to the popular) tendency to- chicks than another ration supplyingan C'IIUItCH."erYlIII
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Allan Grant of Sparta Oa cured of painful .'' at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new
ward intensive sheep funning by yieldIng equal amount of protein mostly
lIOn on lip called e.ttheIIal cancer: Julia E. which induced her to sell it in her Church liiilldlng, North Tltusvllle. Children's
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Johnson Stafford I'. 6., S. C., cured o/a terrible tore. She has sold large amounts of R vastly! greater amount of succulent from vegetable sources, but supple catechism at S p. m.
itching eczema of 13 years standing; \V. A. Kiev: ,J. K, O'ltoviR Rector.MUNICHM .
and healthful food to the mented nkimmilk cnrd.
Taxes
acre by
Circuit. paid for nonresidentsand Bryant Moody] Tex cured or salt rheum "n it. My daughter has just been cured green
rents and accounts collected. hand. His hand resembled a burned surface of jaundice with Pe-ru-na. :My pen than any other crop thereby increasingin Pullets fed the ration containing the -
suffered four years, yet cured by Botanic Blood, like ratio the of animal food attained ..
sheep carrying capacity large proportion !
llalm. II W. would I to begin to
Titusville lleazley, of Amerlcus Oa., suffered grow weary were
Florida. with sores all over his body eating Into tell you of the numerous cures Pe-ru-n of the farm. It.tides the sheep nltiwiately somewhat the larger --- --
holes. Blood Balm cured him; sound .anti well. farmer the hot when size but the chief advantageover
over dry season average TOWS COUNCIUW
L. H. Sewell of Atlanta Oa., cured by four bottles has effected in our immediate vicinity
T 0. FRIES C. E. of a terrible: eating( ulcer on leg 8. W. within the last couple of years." > the grasses are dead and the fields are those fed the contrasted ration was yori Adhenmr llrmtyj alilornirn. Ji><>. M.
Pope, of Jackson Oa., had violent skin disease, President of the brown with n wraith of green, palatable in the more rapid growth and earlier Dixon, W. It, KIKU, Jim. It. Walkor I). L.Onulclen .
Dr. Hartman Surgical
entire ,
body almost a cab, yet permanently ., K. I.. hrsdyl assessor Jnlin Henry
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land cured by H. n.H. J.J. Head' of Athens, Oa,, Hotel, Columbus, Ohio will counsel and nourishing food such as no other maturity. clerk and trvmiiirori (\ ". Hchuli-r; marshalandenllertort
had eczema on hands arms and legs, suffered and for thousand women product of the farm can or doe. fur. With ducklings much the better results M. S. Junes, jr The runnrll
and five years,tried doctors and patent medicines. prescribe fifty meet first Tuesday! In each month.INDIAN .
legally'surveyed
sub-divided. Blood Balm cured him only a few scars remainIng this year free of charge. Every Buffering nish. accompanied the feeding of a ration -

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for Steed) where of Augusta the Bores Oa had, had healed recurring Mrs.boils W., was J. woman should write for special It is alike valuable' for silo, for soil in which about half the proteinwas II

all kinds of engineering works. cured by only live bottles three years ago. question blank for women and have ing the flock in the cool shadows of supplied\ by animal food. The RIVER GUARDS.

Disputed Perfectly well since. Mrs. M. L. Adams of Dr. Ilartman'a book, "Health and grove or barn In the scorching heat of growth was over tbree times as rapidas Drill at the Armory over oounty jail 'every
lines Predonla, Ala., bad deadly cancer was givenup ruenday evening In the month, at 8 o'clock.
a specialty., to die by nine doctors, jet was cured by Beauty" All druggists sell Pe-ru-na. I the midsummer day, or for grazing the under another ration in which mont It. Jo:. MIMS,JB., CapUln.

rrrusvii.r.K, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Botanic Blood Balm. W. P. McUaniel, of At. sheep in the cooler hours of morningand of the protein was of vegetable origin
lanta cured of rheumatism but what
more Nothing equals It for with enough akimmilk curd added to'
need we say? 'We could 1\1\\ this paper with evening.
wonderful cures and remember all these troubles Water your horse before you feed him ewes and lambs during the nursing period supply about one-fourth of the total HOARD OF TRADK.Mfwtieterv .

are canned by lied Blood In the system,and This Is good stable management. Too second Weduenday" night In each
W. ALLEN and for weaning lambs! it is In. protein.In .
Blood Balm ,
GEORGE cures because It forces all the month at SHM j o'clock In room over
poison outward hence there cannot be a returnof many farmers water them when it Is comparable, carrying them from mother the general vigor and health the Judge M. $. .lonm. 1..ll'ntl. | J. 1\I-toml18.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Don't the symptoms.trifle with blood troubles,and remem- most convenient. milk to self sustaining larnbhood with chicks there was some difference in favor trcamirvr) J.U. Halt, secretary

ber, even if sarsaporllla tonics, doctors and scarcely a sign of shrinkage. It i il, with of the animal food ration. This

Key West, .-. Florida. salves Botanic have Blood failed Hal IE lu-Is YOllr different case, that from B.anything H. H.-! The Appetite of n Gloat out a rival in all the list of succulent difference was very pronounced with COUNTY OFFICERS

Will practice in the United States else,' and cures to stay cured, by expelling the summer and autumn feeds for starting the ducklings.

md State Courts. 9jun95 only poisonous remedy matter that cures from In the this blood.way Tblll! III eth Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose mutton sheep and lambs on the flesh- SCHOOL HOARD.

HOW TO OBTAIN BLOOD BALM. stomach and liver are out of order. All making road to fnll grain feeding. A There Is one little maxim J. II'. Dixon Tltimvlllet R. X. Andrews
such should know that Dr. Inn's New writer in The Country Gentleman who Cocoa) H. .', Jllili, Melbourne,
WRITE FOIL FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. That now I will name,
E. SMITH, M. D. Life Pills the wonderful stomach and
RALPH If you are satisfied that Botanic Blood BalmIs expresses'! the foregoing/ opinion of the Which may bring what Is better

what you need you will nnd large bottles for Liver remedy, gives splendid appetite, value of rape, gives also somo practical Than riches or fame ( ()UNTY COMMISSIONERS
sale by all druggists for '1.00. or six bottles sound digestion and bodily
,: a regular
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. (full treatment) *5.<>0. For free trial bottle address habit that inquires peifecl health and directions, as follows; about its culture All those who will hoed It J. R. Walker TiltiRVlllF, thall man JClllft\'b
in Blood Balm Co., 140 Mitchell, Atlanta, Generically belongs to tho same Good appetite find Mendel l l, LaGrange .1. It. Walker. '1 I tlt"YUIeJ|
Specialist Genito, Urinary and Rectal Oa., and bottle and medical book will be seat ,great: enercry. Only 25 cents at F. 8. rape Strong nerves rosy cheeks, Jno.llotiRion, Mu: (la111e.TN.; Waller Ankoua.
all Describe trouble andwe ChnfTee's order as cabbage,. 'late turnips' etc.,
charges prepaid. your drug stuie. mind.It Regular aemloni are held flnt Monday In each
Diseases. I will include free personal medical advice. and is a grazing and soiling plant: not And vigor of month,
will banish dyspepsia
T27 Forsyth Street. of conversion into buy. It .-
"" Admiral Kmitz is also on his way susceptible Rhfliimatles and ,:gout

ACKSOYVILLEFLORIDA.' home. Here's a hero who deserves some may be sown broadcast or planted in That Tired Fooling\ conquer, COUNTY OrKICIAIJt.

AGENTS WANTED. For ,"The Life and for his good deeds. drills from 20 to 80 Indies apart if desired Dilvo scrofula out, Minor B. Join>.,' Tltimvllle, circuit judge J D.
Deweyizing
Achievements of Admiral Dewey" the world's for cultivation with the plow or And here Is the maxim- I,. Inulileii' 'rlt"8vlllmount, judge M.

DR. C. II. PEETE, \greatest friend hero.and admirer By Murat of HaUtead the nation's the idol.lifelong "We have sold dllTerent cough remedies cultivator. From fonr to five pounds of Its wisdom Is sure- 'A.
Biggest and best book; over BOO pages. 8x10 but none has given better satisfaction seed may bo used for seeding broadcastand Take Hood's Sarsanarlllti K. Woolen Conoa, tax saso.snrE.| W. Hall,
EYE EAR NOSE and THROAT. Inches; nearly Iflj pages halftone Illustrations. than Cha'mbeiIain's" sits '''M r. three And keop your blood. pure Tltunvlllo, tax 1IlIlIwWrJohn Henry,Tltunvllle,
Only,.M. Enormous demand. Big commis from two to pounds per acre treanureri J. II. KIU"I, Cotlrltlllay. *ni>.>rlnteait<
scions Outfit free. Chance of lifetime. Write Charles Holzlistuer Druggist, Newark, if planted in t'.rilla. 0 Inntrniitliini; U. "Krten. Tltinvllle.,
5G8 Cherry Street (quick. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor N. J. "It is perfectly i mife and can be and immensity of county mrvoyor| J.l'. Drown,Tltusvllle, iberlfT.
qulckupH
Bldg., Chicago, I relied upon in all cases of roughs, colds ,For,. ) lie Apologised. t.- '
it in without rival growing
,
Macon Ga. or hoal'senesll.Sold by all Druggists and growth a In the case of Htbmslzberg vs.
Medicine dealers. / on good rich soils to n height of 12 to To arouse a Dormant Liver! and securepermanent
.
for slander compromise wan
Bchnock
a
15 Indus in six or eightweeke,, and in regularity of the Howell, useDr
Homer Unmasked. effected! in court, tho suit being withdrawn &(, A. Simmons Liver! Medicine,
VTni. McL DANCY, D. D. L.Graduate" No less than live systems of law are In Its'fnl1 growth 8 to 4 feet high prodnc- Herr Schnock
condition that
"Say, dad I guess Homer wasn'tmach on
of feed to the
in Ger'mnny.IIscoverctl. ing 20" to DO tons ncre
use should to beg the plaintiff'spardon.
all. promise
nfter
of ,
a poet
of Philadelphia of ---- Sheep lIttle or swine! may bo turned! No man ever tumbles over tin object
College
"What put tbat Idea in your head Woiiinn. .,
by u into the field'! of when it linK reached
Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect \operations\ eon d""Witt' rope Tho next morning Schnock rings tho |III his rear ,
my a height of 10, 12 or 10 Inches, the
promised. Ilazeltlne Block teacher said today that shedidn't doorbell ut ficliinalzncrg'i house I
Bay
!
corner Another Great ban bl'f'n. +ing caution to limit sheep or
Discovery owner u STATIC: OF Oiuo Cirv OK TouL'O
Schmidt live here Ask. l
and Laura "DuoH Ilerr ,
St. JACKSONVILLE FLA. believe he ever sued a publisher. -
made, and that too, by u lady In this cattlu to on hour or less, of grazing for LUUAS COUNTY, j J BSt
"
Cleveland Plain Dealer. country "Disease fastened I HH clutches the first fonr or five days to prevent the Bchnock.
Frnnk J. Cheney makeR oath that he
"No replies Bchmalzbcrg.
her and for seven she withstood .
upon years of bloating until they are
possibility Is tho senior mitnor of the firm of K. J.
McCARREL Doom of Glory. "I beg pardon Bchnock, |
ROBERT The its severest tests, but her vital organs accustomed the feed. yonr says
to A Co. business In tho
"You are in favor of this universal were under nlned and clouttli seemed and he gotis his way with n consciousness Cheney doing
For early summer grazing of,1'0Iuclo., County and State aforesaid
rape City
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER movement aren't you captain ?" imminent. For three months she coughed ,: of having performed adisagreoabluduty.
peace should bo sown nbont oat feeling timeIn and Unit said firm will' PRY tho
"Indeed I What would I look Incessantly, and could not sleep. She .-Fllegcnde Blatter.llvtrltiutlon..
am.
of for each
April or May, according to latitude, stun ONE iiUMiitKi DO Aim
Churches specialty, Steam stone works like in battle charging up a hill On an finally discovered a way to recovery by and every cnno of catarrh that cannot be
purchasing of ns a bottle of Dr; King's and for late summer and fall feeding! it
.
automobile? Chicago Record.A outed by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
CONCORD AND PBITCHARD STS., New Discovery for Consumption, and may be sown in Jane July and early
what'
.
policeman FlIANK J, ClIK.VKY.
"Bay, your
t was so much relieved on taking first. August It may be sown alone for a subscribed
CHARLESTON, So. CA.fERRYS. Vow. dose, that she slept all\ night; and with full early or sown with outs in height Sworn to before me and In
vowed he would not sing crop this tth of December
A rhymer "HI feet four. my presence day ,
two bottles, has been absolutely cured.
which it makes low growth until
flnhcg
Of woodland creeks where roam case A. D. I 1NHO.
is Mrs Luther "What do weight""Something
Her Lutz.
name Thus /
bird the wing it yon
Of harvested when
upon
pretty the oats are comes -- A. W. OLKAMO.V
Of balmy air and early spring, writes W. C. Ilamnick & Co., of Shelby, over 273: pound J ,
forward with great rapidity. It i III often SKA i.. Notary 1'ubllo.
When all the earth U one sweet poem. N. C. Trial bottles free at F. S. CliatTen's "And you'ro OH broad across the 1 1 J
drug store. Regular size 50 cents and sown on out, wheat or barley stubble
scribble off," shoulders an two men You'll dot Can hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
"No, everybody 100. Every bottle guaranteed. I without. plowing, and burrowed in with
The poet muHod one wintry day, you get off duty this. evening. and acts directly on the blood and
"A lot of rhymeOn -- "I guess ,o. What for '" mucous surfaces of tho system. Send

flHhing time ". ,..-,... w .. ...VL. "I want yon to take this ticket and for testimonials, free K. J. Cheney;
all the that come in May.
SEEDS And Joys go to the theater. It calls for a reserved Co.. Toledy, 0. Hold by druggists, 75o.

1 But lo, at last the spring came round. teat right in front of a young woman JlnU's Family Pills are the bosc.

t I {' n ere famous years ago-their fame I The balmy air rushed with a will who will be there and who never taken
grows every )Pear-aa the needs | The park with lovelinesa wan crowned,
,11 r shut> to be relied on-asnl"'nr. lilt And oh. he beard the pleasing soundOf her hat off "-Chicago Tribune. The last blow brings the crash, but all.
ire 1Ldfnltr
f best For agile| by ItmJUiK
everywhere live ctnts birds upon the window sill I u.lr that went before were needed to fell the
t'!\1. '!per paper and alnays worth It. The n.m.d t..
t liiaunon having them. Jtun The cable care went banging by,
1' Ot no rlRk -buy Ferry's. The wagons rattled all the day, A ('olorell'brotht'r, elected A delegateto tree.The

MWSeed It. FKMI'TAtwlk Annual Is:0 free.M. And all along a religious convention, got a learned man who boasts of his virtues hu

,,.... Mich. He heard the song hi u I' I brother to write an address for him. to boost them up In order that they maybe
:iii. Of babbling waters far away. *
lIe received the written document Justas seen

And oh, he sighed for woodland streams be was boarding the train for the

A can of bait, a Cubing pole, ((III convention-but it was all Greek to Ho Fooled tho MurgooiiM.
and sunlight gleams
CURED with nrehtbl. Where flnhes dart him. All be turned the manuscript
ta In dreams up' -
the
And all day spent
DROPSY I olntdle thousand. hay.many oared CAHM That come and go and fill the soul! I side down and surveyed it from all All doctors told Ilenlck Hamilton, of

culled\ hopeless. In tea t point. of the compass be was overheard West Jefferson O. after sutTeilng 18
the wind,
with
1171. Iea.t" two-thlrd And oh, inch joy rushed
of all I "ynT>toms remov Recta
'n T.wrlmnntal.n47V| DAYS Itttmentfre.. And oh, so glad was fishing time, r to exclalim months from Fistula, he would
ut. B- H. (GR :iH'I SO 13. box: K. Atlanta.% Be oould not lay "Ileah I in.. with a |3 J address in my die unless a costly operation was performed

file pen away, ban' t'U can't reud ill"-Atlanta Con ; but lie cured himself with five
But broke his row to wJ-iU this rhyro l stitution. I boxes of Ilucklen's Arnica Salve, the surest -
In N.w York Mall and Zz __
James Oppenheim pile cure on Earth and the best In

BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE preu. -. Tee Good to Los., the world. 20 cents a box. Sold by F.

New. ..
According to Dr. S. A. Knapp, a for. The matron of a well known Masonic Home mentions one inmate, quarter ,
Old Gentleman With pleasure. The cobbler sets us all a good example ,

t eign explorer, all for fear the of department competitionfrom of seventy years of age, who has been In the infirmary for three years, Her It is. But how do I know that I ; as long at he lasts he uses his awl ?j jto

agriculture, Japan along agricultural lInes a great sufferer from indigestion, and has been taking Kipahs Tab- shall ever see ypa again. save the. souls of his. fellow men.
Hobo Yr needn't I ain'tgobn
dinmiiwed. On the contrary, it ules about and half and finds them beneficial that he is worry.
TRADE MARKS may be a year a so tor lose sight of such an easy marks In England and America a native becomes i

DCSIGNSCOPYRIGHTS must be a large consumer of farm ''never without them. He is willing that his name should be used in yer.-New York Journal.Wbeel.r' of age at 21; but a Russian does Snot
from the United States.It
drawn

.if 1Ti,n"...ni'lnj.,.rtaln. onr a sketch opinion and(description re. whether&e.mar all products i I. told that an agent of the depart a testimonial, as it might be of use in persuading some other personto become of age until he la 20.niorloiiH ,

"InYenlln" Is probably BHtentabfs. Communl. ment of agriculture i, experimenting try them: A second old gentleman, in the same institution, Mistake. News
<
...'n.Vtrlctlyeonadeiital.free. OMeit envy for Handbook securing on palain Patent*. ) with the date palm in Algiers 09 the eighty-fodr of age has had liver trouble for many years and In obtaining the first report of a battle .
l'.Ientl years ,
taken throucb Nunn Co. r (; lvt and when on one occasion General Wheeler -

ftial nutlet' without cb...... In the the bores of the trees Mediterranean are ready, to be removed finds that R'I'P'A'N'S help him very much. They also have two happened to be in the hospital tent, Come from Dr. D, I). Carglle of Wash-
I
Scientific Jlm rlcatt.A young and both suffer where doctor. and nurses were making Its, I. T, lie writes "Four bottles of
be will take them up carry nurses there, one thirty years of age, the other forty-two; Electric Bitters hat cured Mrs. Brewer

e1Ilaiioll,.han4IOrne', ot any' UhletJ'lte4 sntcnude J we.kir.<.urn l. J Vvrius..crawl IS rtr.s them to Arizona and we will produce from indigestion, causing headache, depression of spirits and nerve tbelr rounds. killed ?" he asked of scrofula, which had caused her great
"How
.,. were
I tour montba.1. 8u14 bl all ". .1."" our own dates. many suffering for Terrible sores would '
MUNN ousness. They take the Tabules and find them so useful that they a. be started out toward hi. own quarters. years.
& 8e1Broaamy. New YQr(, Avoid light, shrunken grain seed. It I break out on her head and face, and the

Branch om c,, r Bt, Washington. D.u; claimed tbat tests have shown an increase always have a package in their pockets. The matron also states best doctors could give no help: but her
"One hundred and five replied a health la
and her
complete ex- J'cClUent.
of about 20 per cent by measure wheat that she is forty-five years of age and at tines suffers with ind'igesItion norsa. cure ." This shows what thousand k

GOLD I Is of no value when health Is of grain from shrunken selected seed.plump causing pain and paroxysms of belching, and finds that the "What slaughter I How did It happen have proved,-that Eleotrlo Hitters U
danger over that from the best blood known. U', the
purifier
|!: What' of more value '
ntt'. np-to-dateUbleUwlU break up One great source of damage from Tabules are very good Indeed and Is perfectly willing to have her] ."I am speaking to the doctor of my supreme remedy for eczema, totter, unit

' Cold for constipation weeds is the amount of moisture and name used In a testimonial. patient' temperature, general, not of rheum ulcers) bolls and running sore*. i

d han blliouanea.aannd.ll malarial troubles, plant food which they consume to the ....4ft'U..A.-..... 9\I1.-.a. .. ..... 0., tb. battle,smilingly replied the Red It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowel,
no lna1' mall for 25o ._ .. jrgt2 .t wrr. NM expels poison, helps digestion, builds Ul1]
Br prepaid loss of the growing crop. c.- .:: : / arro !.: :>>C' : 'rou.-Philadeillhia Saturday Evening
.
ntt Jgl .. the Only 60 cents. Sold byF
, Medicine Co. Station B Chicago ::t.: .: ,__ ttreogth.
.... .. ....... ... __ Poet
"
Guaranteed
Send for aample. 'L. ,- -_- __ S. Chagee, druggist. I:


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a 7 -. INDIA RIYER r ADYOCATE' 4 ROBT. G. INGERSOll.a Indian River Real EstateTITUSYILLE AIj

I
lawyer
The great and infidel, has 64I
"EULY: JOUR NAL DEVOTED TO Till DXTBLor N0
KENT or *H* INDIAN' RIVER: LA KBWOBTn gone to that bourne whence no FLA.
',. AND BlftOAlrHB BAY atCTIONS. traveler returns and by this time ,

he will probably be inpossession of POWDER

PUBLISHED EVERYFRIDAY., the grand secret which 'so many in ABSOLUTELY 'PURE YOU would'do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised in chit!

this world of cares have failed to paper free of cost to you and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
CHARLES It. WALTOK, Editor A Proprietor. for Blank Contracts and put your property before the public.
discover. Col. Ingersoll althoughan Makes the food more delicious and wholesome this Agency
53T" Many sales will probably be made! this winter by thin Agency.Vhy
infidel of high not
DiscontInuance of advtll. must be made personally was a man very IIO'tAl AKffftl WWW CO i NfW VOIWt yours

\ at hit office or by wrltlriff. attainments, and he was just and _._ PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
--,- .
charitable to all mankind lie de- -- -- ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS $2.00 to $20.dO per acre.

It' Check etc., may he made payable to CUARLE- nied the worship of Go I, and'de- south for several miles the path Is almost I Beautiful tract, 120 acres one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
} H. WALTOX,publisher and proprietor rided the existence of hell. Robert lost and becomes a mere trail. Bovine.Several Galllej; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price 1000.

Addreks all oominunlcatlon to Green Ingersoll was born in Dres As you< think It about time to turn. ORANGE GROVE I 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville.' Will pay $1,000( thii
and retrace your steps you come nudden- year and $2.000 next., Price $7,000.
s INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE den, N. Y,, Aug. 11, 1833. He was ly upon a charming: little cottage, a veritable acres of potatoes have been HAMMOCK LANDS near Titusville from $S to $25: per acre.
Trrtmvitt:. FLORIDA. the son of a minister of the Congregational bent peeping out amid a wreath of planted In this place this week. One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2f miles west of Titusville good tor
Church. His vegetables and oranges.. Price $350.00.Grain .
-- boyhoodwas tropical foliage and flowers. James Carroll of West Palm Beach, pineapples,

; U. 8. Department of Agriculture spent chiefly in Illinois and Two years ago, a prominent and hlgli- passed through Bovine on his way t" ==:
Wisconsin his family having mov- ly glftpd young lady from Chicago, Mrs Kisximmce via hack line this
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fin., Harriet Grace Robertson, poet artist, Savage T. .J.\I.tEJ :8. E01reS.::: ,
week' .
ed to the former state in 1643. He songstress and musician through a too I ,

The following is a comparative state studied law and began the practiceof ardent :zeal and love of art, fell a victimto J, T. Stewart is out in Bovine planting

ment of temperature and rainfall for the his profession at Shawneetown, nervous prostration. Coming to tomato seed, preparatory to planting; a Feed Flour Grits Meal

week. ending Tuesday, July 18, 1800.1808 III. He early took part in politic, discovered Florida seeking this to little regain snuggery her health\and she be- large better tomato than farm Bovine.which no place can, Hay, alld
-1800- grow
but not finding his surroundings
Its .
came
9' DATE.10 MAX.88 MIN.74 MAX 87: MIN.72 congenial at Shawneetown be removed was possessor.It the wilter's privilege\ accompanied The Misses McMillan, of Banyan Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving Fresh h

20 6;) 72 88 70 I. to Peoria in 1857. In 1860 I by his wife, to visit this lady in Clara and Kay Otwell of Bahia, all came
88 752'l I her woodland home, enjoy her hospitality out in Mr. Orwell's team to take in Bo-
21 88 73 he was defeated for Congress run-
8(1( 72 01 74 and leash the legend of the remaak- vine last Sunday. all the time.
Democrat. In 18C2 he
ning as a
: 00 75 able house she dwells In. It Is fitly
23 85 7J
., 24 85 71 87 75 became colonel of an Illinois Cavalry named "Driftwood." About three years Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
25 87 73: 88 75; regiment and in the 1864 join. ago the steamer Vera Cruz was strandedIn Cocoa.V. beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
( ed the Republican In 1866 a heavy storm high up onOrmondBench. Lowest cash prices.
Total rainfall for the week: 1.89lnches. party. A clever $genius conceived the
'Departure from normal rainfall for the he was elected attorney general of I idea of iHilizing the lost vessel, and the E. Booth two at Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
spent a day or
week: plus 037 Inches. Departurefrom Illinois, and in 1876 he made a result was tbe little co'tago "Diiftwood'1built last week. .
normal rainfall since January 1, great reputation by a speech whichhe entirely from the timbers and fittings Daytona
minus 3.79Inchl'S. of the wreck. All the beautiful Mr. Samuel 0' Brien left for Peoria III.,
delivered in the CHAS. N. WELSHANS
-J t J. W. CnoNK Observer. Republican national joined work and rare woods were used Saturday; to enter the jewelry businesp ,
convention nominating Jas. in fitting library studio boudoir and
up returned
I Mrs. A. A. Taylor from nweek's
G Blaine for President. In 1S77
dining room. Even tbe cabin windows
Asheville
TIlE MARQUIS OF SALISBURY, who stay at last Monday
': he offered the of minister were tinnsferred. Companionway cabi

was position
is in his 70th year; is one of the to Germany which he refused. nets, hatches saloon fittings; and lockers afternoon. CEMENT BRICK LIME; SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
oldest membersof Parliament having have all been used In preserving to a Mrs. J. W. Packard sojourning at ,
lie was known widely for his splendid the Interior of' 'ell City Point with her son, Roy, and
a; entered the House of Common great extent a w -appointed agent
/I when 2i: of, oratory. He was a lawyer of vessel, and the exquisite taste of operator at that place. Agent (for. Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stains.
only years age. retained in our artist friend has transformed it into
ability.and was many The rains are bringing out the orange
: important and not a few famous a falry-like abode that challenges; the admiration I: trees. They are putting on a wonderful Write for Samples and Prices.
FKOM all along the East Coast \ of all visitors.: A more charmIng -1 since the rains
cases. In:Inter he attracteda growth set in.
years and \ be found '
dwelling cannot
.. comes the gratifying news of a great deal of attention on the anywhere.cosy Here Miss Robertson lives I Mr. Theo. Demro left for1Iaml on a Old 'Phone 8. jut 13 Hogan Street,

fit':, marvelous growth being put on by lecture platform. lie was an ag alone with a solitary\ maid. She leads an business trip expecting to locate at that JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. '
the orange trees ; and another such nostic and some of his best known ideal life, free from all care, and is once glowing and enterprising place.Apaity : "

3 ; summer us this will bring hundreds lectures were !severely condemnedby more in the full enjoyment handles of the rod most and of young people chaperonedby ,
health. She
."} of groves !into bearing provided we rugged Mrs. A. G. Weinberg spent a week at
professingChrhtluns.; lIe was rifle with equal dexterity, is an accomplished -
get no frost, or the trees are covered sailor and and Oceanus returning Monday. They were & Baker
the author of several books and oarswoman an excellent Misses Allca Weinberg, Edna Stiling, MeMurray
with McFurland's frost Her horse and her
't, patent pamphlets against the Christian equestrienne. aid Master Norris Weinberg.Mrs. ,
\ dog are faithful 'companions. v Amongthe
proof tents. :
; I\ a religion. Aside from religion he adornments of her home are the pelts C. B. Willard of Braldentown, is 410, 412, 414, 41G, 418 Main St Jacksonville Fla.
:
was 'greatly admired by.a large of deer wildcats and rattlesnakes that here present at the Lapham and Hill

M. DOCQUIS, a prominent Frenchman circle of friends and acquaintances have fallen before her unerring: rifle. nuptials and visiting her mother, Mrs. -: :HeL dcquLLrtors For

: and'president of the Interna. and it is said his home life was almost Should anyone visit Ormond and call Johnson and family
: tional Culinary Exhibition recently perfect. at the studio of Miss Robertson they will\ \ R. J. Peck and J C.; Shaw leave fc r

held in, Paris says ,that Englanllhas be and hospitably will\ be amply received repaid and by entertained an Inspection Miami Monday. Mr. Shaw goes to put Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
in the ways and buildings for Peck andBaller's ,
within last twelityyears taken of this most novel and interesting
THE brutal and attack '
?
murderous boat yaid. Mrs. Peck will\ go to
'' the lead in international cookery. made' by a negro prisoner upon house so aptly named. DRIFTWOOD. Orlando visiting for a few weeks Wed. sand Sundriois."KELLY" .

Europe, he says is fast imitating! Sheriff Jos. P. Brown at Brevard'e Asbury Park N J., July 24th. I nesday.

: her grills, joints, water-cooked? 01 county jail last Friday is much to Wednesday at noon Mr. Arthur Lap SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on you wheelsat

: steamed vegetables and many 'other be deplored. Sheriff Brown is. one \ ham and Miss Viva P. Hill were unitedIn short notice.
Free Scholarship for Florida.
sauces. marriage by Rev A. D. Penny. The
of the best sheriffs
we ever bad, bridegroom and bride took the 1 o'clock
and we are pleased to note that his Arrangements; have been made by the J train for M. Augustine Fla.. where they
OF late the flower of the plant injuries did not terminate fatally. Oread Institute a school of domestic will spend a few days. Miss Hill Is the HAMMOND ,PACKING'ICO.[

-v known as the Spanish bayonet hap While we are strongly opposed 'tolynching science at Worchester Macs., to provide only daughter; of Mrs., M. E. Hill\ the
been'much admired visitors free scholarships for the regular school i ocoa milliner and Is an accomplisheda (Formerly Tbe G. H. Hammond Co.)
by to have
we no doubt the
couise of one year beginning: September d popular young; lady of Cocoa and OUR SPECIALTIES
r Titusville, where a' great many oft prisoner will meet with his just deserts tt. 181JO.! ending; June 1000.\ One of'these Uockledge society. Mr. Lapham is an :

them may be seen in the gardens. when he comes up for trial scholarships will include board tuition, enterprising young man and proprietorof "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon
It is a big beautiful! wax-like cluster before the circuit judge. and lodging for one woman from the Hillside Dairy Farm. The young peo- "Coin
4 of blooms and jhe table State of ] upon and forty must have good health friends "Calumet" hams
years ; and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
of the dining of the Indian '
room THE value of the horse depends and be high-school graduate or possess
t" River hotel at this place we have upon the state of our roads. No equivalent education, including some leaf lard.

1: seen them remain bright and fresh intelligent farmer should waste his knowledge of chemistry physics and IRONPHALT ROOFING-Cheap and Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
for several physiology; must have good character duiahle. Quickly and easily put on.
days. ISm time in hauling half loads to town. and amiable disposition. Any further Tuos. C. WATTS & Co., compound lard, sausages

I A poor road offsets the advantagesof Information'regarding the requirement Jacksonville, ,Fla. and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
'1' JULIAN Pauneefote, the British H good market. Brevard is at necessary to secure the scholarship c n
a Ambassador to the United last \ the front intelligently bo obtained bv communicating with Mis. '
' coming to by J. S. Fairhead, No. 524 Laura street, I Please write us whenever you fall to
,1 States, will retire from the diploinatlo advocating and building Jacksonville. receive the ADVOCATE. WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber

aw. service after the peace con. good roads and a change for the ,
1 ference. The probable successor better is already apparent. For ...

'' of Sir Julian at Washington is the' years the pink paper has been advocating JOHN R. WALKER Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Steel
r ,
Hon. Francis Villiers who f is a good along the East ,

$,, brother of Lord Clarendon. lIe ;Coast. We are now getting them. r-- DEALER IN Iron work, pumps and drain pipe bath robs water closets .
has the reputation in the diplomatic ,

'' world of being an exceptionally\ THAT "Round Robin" seems to Millinery! Ribbons Laces Veiling Etc Etc and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned.

able man, and a right jovial l one, have had something to do with a ,
37 Forsyth St. near Laura St.
too. ,
in President
change McKinley'scabinet
JACKSO NVIL. T'...ffl.,., FLA'
Secretary of War, Alger All Kinds of Cool Temperance
THERE are always some "kickers"in FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA -
has been removed from olllce, and Drinks; Fruits in Season.
a town who generally manage to Mr. Elihu Root who stands in the
FOR STOREKEEPERS
!JSP": Your patronage solicited. TO NOTICE I
r7, have some complaint to make front rank of the New York bar

;, ; ,against, their local paper ; but a has taken his place. Whether this JOHN R. WALKER

:. newspaper is like a bill of fare in a change,will be for the bettermentof Titusville, Fla. Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale loss e

hotel or restaurant. -no person likes the Army and Navy remains to I ,

all it contains. The proper way is be seen ; for while Mr. Root's ability Mc''i.rcl.JCl.: : rl.S: : dz i.tch. Mosquito Netting made and
to select what like and leave unmade fine mesh. Sand y Netting/ and ScreeD
you
as a lawyer is beyond dispute Cloth. Ducks and Georgia Checks and Cottonades. Coats' Cotton in all numbers
;} what you dislike for those who it does not follow that he will makea JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, 41cts. per doz. Show Cases old or new ones. Special attention paid: w I

;, have a different taste. Do not good Secretary of War. Wouldit Grocers and Commission Merchants. correspondence. Traveling men on the road constantly.. We only sell to dealers,
find fault with the menu because not have been better to appointa corporations and hotels. Anything: usually kept by storekeepers in our line we
you cannot swallow the whole list. VICAR: SIR:-We quote you a few prices below, and when in need of the following articles have in stock. Liberal terms and liberal treatment. '
; military m.an'to so important a send ua jour ordr We make a specialty of Mall Orden.
position-a man that knows some. PRICE LIST BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.,
' :
THE Philadelphia Ledger says thing about war and its general Heat Flour, perhhl..a....r.; ... ,.. *4.26 Green Coffee, perlb. ............. .. .B, .10 32, 34, 3G West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
that the "kissing bug appears to bea tactics? A man at the head of the .. .. halt bbl..... .................. 2.30 Arbuckle. Coffee. l.erlb.... ...,.,.?..,?.. .1234
u to .. ...... .... ... ... .. -::::;
IIII-Ib. Sack :. :I.l'I'8a.:! ih .. ... ...... .3.
combination of a mosquito, a War Department should be thor- Orita, lwr .. .. ....., ... ...... 1.:10: Larll.compollud.l.iwrlb,,...,...........,.. .M
copperhead snake and an epidemic 1\Ieal u u .(.................., 1.10 I.ard.purtlolltrlb ... ... ................ .63{ I. s. Code. COKUESrONDE>CK INVITEII.
oughly qualified for his duties, or wheat .....n....,,.. .1.211,14-' Tomatoes.3-ib.cans. per dos ..,....'.... .00
t but the Tampa correspondent be guided by some one like the I, Corn" a' ... ......,........ 1.1141 I'le l'eachell.a.llJ.caIl8. perdo........,.. 1.00
of the Tlmes.Unton and Oats .1 ........ ............ ITable Peaches.3-lb cans. per do......... 1./10
Citizen
CommandingGeneral. of the Army. IIran" ............ .... .110 ('orn,2 lb.call.. l.erdoa........ ... ....... \10 McCOMB & CO.
says : "Residents of this section feed Meal}>er sack. ......... ... \IlI\ Baked Beane,3-111.cans, per doz ......... IM.
IIrlj1l1tVRMeaorsa..k.; ....... .. 1.011 Sardines per do.... .. .... .............. .4.1
and city claim that the so-called Ideal .Fertilizer 200-lbe: ................... 3.00 Salt.2J/1.11IIl.. persack. ........ ............ .110 ,,
"kissing bug" i is nothing than '"DRIFTWOOD," lIay, percwt ,.................,.;;. ..... .1latcleapergross.. ...................... ..4lIest /\
more 0 S ............;... .... .ut Cl'llol'en.8oda, peri.,,............., .116
the Insect long known in Florida! as 1' IIams, per\b ''.,:..,..........,.. .'rackerll,18I11oU.I'erlb... ............... ,634 PIN""EAPPLE
the Koiiittuce of Pretty Cabin Home, ut Or- Shoulders, pur1b. .. ................. a3 OingerSnaps. per Ib ...... ............... .1141
blood-sucker. A number of .. ........... ..... 5& 6 OcI4J'OU & ', :>er doz..................... ....
gentlemen have closely studied the iiiond on the Halifax Orauulate.lSugar, jawlb.. ............... ei!4 }'el\rIlDe. per'10...... .,....:..........,.. .4.5 -
Toothpick bl\cco. per Ib....,........... ./. Potash per dos.. ...... .,.................. .4.1
, description of the alleged: new bug Among the many charming spots In
and looked at his sunny Florida Ugenoially conceded Send us your orders and make us our ron lJlnW8nta. We invite correspondence Growers'
pictures: 'fht'J'have McTlMMONS & JflTCll. and sl
that Ormond, on the Halifax, presents Shippers Agents
' compared these with the Florida the most attractions to the tUllll from 19:, IT, 30, *'9 South Ocean JACKSONVILLE St.>. FLA. ,

:, bloodsucker, nail say that they the uo.thln, search of comfort and pleas. iySrot cash buyers of Hides, Furs, Wool and Alligator Skins
c h are one and the same:, and laugh at uie. it Is especially rich lu tropical -

tbe ridiculous stories that eeneiy. The Halifax Klver makes It a KSTABIISHEO: 1852.y : 279
many paradise for thai lovers of rod and reel. nsh1n.g'ton. St. Now York'
\ ,
are being printed about this new The glorious beach here one can cycle : Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. ..

insect.: :This claim is made by gentlemen > for sixty miles ; the beautiful
i here who evidently know shell roads by the !bane of the river; RKrEJiExcEs-Coramercial: Agencies; or any reliable\ house In New York

what they are talking about, and the chapparal flowery that paths Invite through the pedestrian the 'dense to T. D. RANDALL &: CO. Growers' Personal References.

they say that the blood sucker has explore their mazy recesses, are among 4coMMiss
been known in the State since the least of the
its enjoyments vouchsafed
: first settlement, apd no one has to the health-seeker. : : oN To Those Who Their Wish to Improve Escape from Freeze

": ever given as much attention to it Starting from Hotel Coquina for a Condition and ,_ -

1A us to the mosquito They are no- skirting drive, you the take Halifax the, ,lovely This shell beautiful road Early Vegetables, Melons, Fruits, and Southern Pro uce.Pl.D.onpp'1cs Poor desirable soil.land expensive freights I offer at low prices aDd on very easy terms,

ted for attacking babies more than avenue Is lined with cottonwood and In the moat picturesque sectionof JAMAICA, perfect
older persons on account of the "Pildeof India" trees forming a per : : : n Sp p1n1'tv. climate, finest roads In the world, no mosquitoes good schools, and desirable

tenderness of the skin of the ba. feet arch of foliage through which the Give as reference: The Merchants' National Dank ot/Chfcago; Southern Ex. government For. particulars, write to
most beautiful vistas open up at each press Co;' Florida shippers on application.' Also state remittances made to New GEORGE LOUTREL LUCAS.
bies. '
turp; of the road. Following this road York Exchange, or express money orders on which there Is no exchange. Jamaica B. W. t
Kingston, ,

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INDIAN ,RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 28, 1899. 6

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fans for the fiber factory


lqsKsas *rtJp3V Coats e. just returned from a trip LIZ E R S. .


.There was a sunshine party at the allc a A JL tf 1111
pioneer cooperage, in honor of uncle ,

Tom's birthday. Although the weather ,
was bad the young: anti old folks kept >r
dropping In and had a royal l good time. ;
John Henry, our worthy county treasurer SPECIAL PRICES

showed the young folks he could {f}
play snap as well as they could. a


Send the ADVOCATE an order for any H] T: ,

job printing you need.] .wZ ineapPl o: -r orsrw {



1 Tibbals. All A.rou.n.d. .tillzor; raH

H Prlco $25.00.GUARANTEED 83T Before' buying tho following Materials! bo sure and apply to

The rainy season has struck this ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you wo can save yon money.

with full blast and all vegetation, sows tnre.............................................. ... ..... .......... ...... tl10 STEAMED BONE RAW HONE
the effect of same, especially the ........ ........... ............................ .... .................... B to 8 ,
trees and orange [EtMol to Sulphate <>f Ammonia.. .............. ............................... 20 to 2ft BLOOD AND BONE ACID
lltI pineapple plants. Acid.. .....................................,............ 5 to 8 PHOSPHATE, .
it Mrs. James to \l"b""f.h.\rto of Lime.............................................. 11 to 13IotahK2 DISSOLVED '
E. BONE NITRATE
Andrews and little 0.\......... ....n.................................. A to 6 OF SODA,
\ II? daughter Jeuieare visiting Mrs. Andiews to Sulphate' of rotacih..... ............... ................,............ g to 10
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wood bur), of Or Lime,Soda, etc ............................................. ....... U to 60 SULPHATE: OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO. STEMS, E-t
mond, Kla. She will' probably remain EtEqual Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
there
several weeks. .
COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.
The schooner:\Ierchantowned by S. F. Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low' 0

1 Travers & Co., was moored at this place H prices.
Friday and Saturday of last week with a f

''I cargo usual selling of general at very merchandise close prices, and, and as Please Correspond with us before boing inducod to buy from., Dealers. Send for (ijID

was well patronized by our people. hi Pamphlet. .

Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris spent Saturday .
afternoon and evening at Jensenas LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hoke. ,
Mr. Harris has been the busiest man In

town number for of the past two weeks as lib' has a i Ta-cfesorx-vill: : Flor1cl.a.: ,
men engaged in building a

'shed over his pineapple plantation. -.. -- _._-- ._- -- _. u_ .. ._ 4_ ._ ___

:Miss Susie Summers went to Eden last compels her return.
Sunday night to spend several days with Rockledge. Melbourne. FILTER YOUR WATER
Salesman wanted. Enclose stampfor Miss Florence Robinson, during the at- Fishermen at this point aro making
sence of Mrs. Robinson, who was called good eatchn, notwithstanding the bad
particulars. Oran o trees are showing up white OOODE r.OOnE.-Ilrftl Estate and I/MIM. weather. It A. Harden & O. are having AND
to West Palm Beach AVOID DANGER
on account of the with blossoms on account of tho recent &for .tttiu: London. and Liverpool and ,
boats built John and
Ill and illness of her daughter, Mrs. F. O. Wil- Globe, and Innwrtal Fire Innuranre. Special new by GeorgeHoustonn _.
flair 1------
straighten Curly Kinky liams of that place.U. rains. attention I.allt l to the Interests of non'rettdaoti. and the outlook for a biff -- --. -- -- .--
{without injury to the scalp or hair. .
business fish this coming fall Is
Mr. Pendrel traveling agentfor very
W. Bessie of the firm of Bessie Bros the Ocklawaha, River passenger line of steamers pleasing.Mrs. No Store, Hotel, Boarding House or Res-.

PRICE, 50 CENTS PER BOX. boat place buildersof last Monday/Sewells: hunting Point was pineapple In this spent Sunday In town. Subscriptions for tho AnvocATK:, A, R. Hodgson: returned' Tuesday Idence should be without the Anti-.
the the East Coast will be
..........................................,..................... plants. He succeeded in purchasing several Miss Aline Brady returned to Titus- received pink at paperof tho Melbourne I'o toffice.! from her visit to relatives In din-'
thousand of W. II. Harris. Bessie vllle the first of the week, after a very mla, accompanied by her Aunt, Mrs. Germ Water Filter.
.
nti Kink. Bros., are planting a large acreage on pleasant visit with her cousin, Mrs. McCormick, who will probably make
their plantation on the /St.: Lucie river Penney. Herbert'' Conkling, of Tillman, was In this her hone Mrs. Hodgson/ nnd her

............................................................... and are also shedding several acres. town Sunday evening attending church. young daughter wore looking well after
The friends of Miss Grace Pattersonwill tholr long journey, and glad to bo homo
dorsed by the United States Health Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Andrews returned be sorry to loam that during a ten Roy l'IIcket1 foreman of the TltusvIIle .again.!> n
Reports home a few days ago from' the north, weeks stay in I'aris'I'ex., she had scarce- Star, spent a few days In town visiting I
both looking much benefited by the ly a well day.\ The Texas ell mate so disagreed friends. Mr. and Mrs Albert Bennett, with
ARRAGH & RICH, New York, their two Arthur and
sons
her doctor orderedher Clarence,
that the
change of climate. Mr. Andrews is with .
now Mr. and Mrs E. P. Branch Mrs. C. If.
,
where
left here Wednesday for Day.ona
,
Sole ,Jlanufaeturerl.Miami. busy making to shed to Chicago, where she hopes, under
very arrangements Stewart and others took a trip to the they will make their home. Tholr lug .
six acres or more of his pineapple plantsat the car of a skillful physician to regainher Beach r
on Tuesday. friends their departurevery
Willdale Pinery. Mr. Andrews, like health and strength. many regret
others of be Mr. Pierce, of Phoenix City, Arizona, much, and hold kindly welcome
many our growers, wants to
of Gainesville
protected against frost.A Clarence and Harry Knight, was a guest of the McBrldo cottage this should they chance to return to them
arrived here last Thursday on a week. at some future time.
representative of the custom houseof short visit to their friend and school
JJ. n. Cheatham spent Wednesday at St. Augustine was in this place a few mate, Rupert Paxton. They left Mon- Mrs. Hanlln and family returned Wednesday Three young men' formoily of this
ullendale on business.Mrs. days ago to measure the schooner Waif, day on the south bound train, and will morning! from Melbourne Beach, town, are now employed At the, bt
J. A. Curruthers and children which was lately built by Mr. E. E. Pea- make quite an extensive trip throughthe / where they have been spending a few Donls hotel, New York, and we are
Palm Beach MI. weeks. triad to son them pro |uMlng. Job Witter bring clear and sparkling Is no
lye returned from several weeks' visit body of this place. The Waif is a very state, stopping at ,
Near U cashier. Robert heN, potter
take in proof It IN Well or cistern water
fine and well built boat. Mr. Peabody ami, Key West, and will possibly 'pure
I relatives in St. )
Hotel
of Carleton
The
Augustine. grounds are
& and Dan St. Chair, night waichmnn. Al .
thence and til it U full of typhoid fever and malarial
expects to take a cruise in the near future Nassau, and from to Tampa' .
in condition under the '
[John Snell of KisMromee arrived last via the coast. now splendid had a good word for K. u Gallie and tho luny be perfectly clear
west
to the Florida keys and probably as tan to Gainesville "klllful hand of mine host Frank Roberta \ germs
eck to make his future home in Miami far east as Nassau, N. P. Clarence Knight has been attending the IL'Mies" old Indian River [Is your linking(, or cooking water
|is family will join him later on. West Point Military Academy for the Tho steamer Caiman, Mr. Lorlllard'H muddy or cloudy V Readily cleanse It
JMrs. Enloe children Professor C. O. Jannoch has let a contract past. two years. and is homo on a fur E. J. Lee was In our town Wednesday well-known houseboat, U out on Merrill from all eaitli, mind, InneciHor slime
E. D. and left
on to the firm of Diltmar & Davis, of lough. ,' transacting! business with tho <& Stevens' way at Jacksonville undergoing IH the water you imo bad smelling or
uesday for Woodstock, Ga., to spende Ft. Pierce, to build an addition to his postmaster\ R. W. Goode. She left for an overhauling and' being re- tinting 1? In it too much trouble to clean
remainder of the heated term.' dwelling near the St. Paul's Episcopal ? Cocoa On the noon train. fitted with new stool plates Mtnisri. out (hit cldtoin, or well as olten should
-Have paid subscription
IE. A. Waddell is said to be doing an church. Judging from the archl tact's you do your Mr and 0'Horko und Homer send greeting/ to \be ? Is the di'Hlnago from hnime, stable
[f not, please so. Mrs. John Goode are back at
cellent real estate business. Haveu plans it will be a neat and cosy dwelling Melbourne their EIIII Jalllo friends, and hopo to or | rlvy dangurnusly near yourwaters
their home at South
read his ad on 8th page., when finished. The building/ when com- lovely be hero early In t the fall. '''J>ly, Iu HS to 'make you anxious ?
spending several weeks with their
pleted will be occupied by a family from after I Hive you had, typhoid or malaria (In your
Q'dte a number of workmen are busy lie i northern part of New York state as a Daytona. daughter, Mrs. L. C. Moore at Erclldoune It Is rumored that T, C, McOI'eRrY'1 luntlly lately nnlll'ellll7.ctl that tho water

engaged putting the Conolly house in winter home. Inn, Roseland. the well-known! and popular manager use:J' may bo ronpnnitlblu' ) for It 1? Then
,
Tlendid repair for next winter season. Wo hear that Daytona Is to have a who conducted the Hotel Granada get n LITTLE BROWN/ JUG FILTER

j )Ir. and Mrs. Frank Budge and their "Club House." at this place" soma three seasons since, a' Its low popular price, and you are
lucst, Miss Hale, spent Sunday at USE CABOTS' CREOSOTE SHINGLE Georgiana. will resume charge of tho same house 1.1 ft'. It will remove Impurities.5r3Jr"Thoy .
luena Vista, with Miss Katherine StaIns-the best known wood piescr* Daytona boasts of posxesslng the best the coining /1011 Nil 11, We hope ,this in aro only $1.2.5 each and will
lalm. vative. Tnos C. WATTS & Co., lady rifle shot In the country. nor will prove true, *" Mr. Mo Vea', j lusts llfe-llmo.' thenriting for information -

Jacksonville, Fla. The'Beach is full oT visitors, and we We are glad to report Mrs. Hughesstill with his vast tixpct'lpnco In the hole, tileaso I Inclose stamp All orders
JG., W. Leonard, of St. Johns county, want another hotel over there.. improving.: business and' nopuhiilty us a host, will must ho, accom' ponied' by cash.
(pent several days in the city last week, visiting (III with gut/ U my hotel to which ho
joking about with an eye. to locatingere. There will be a. grand ball at Hotel Mrs. Hlscock was Mm. Hughes may bo attached. For full particulars, apply to tho agent,
Jensen. Colonnades on Saturday night. Monday.
CLAUDE WALTON TltusvIIle Fla.
I.Capt. W. C. Delano, of the steamship lIon. R. W. Davis is on the beach A. B. CartcY' and J. W. Bruner left In a letter received from Chicago, ,

Hiaml, has been suffering greatly with MibS Florence Robinson, of Eden; and this week with his son's family. Tuesday for Ankona In the former's sailboat Mrs Trcutler Mr learns and\ Mrs.that John our Mollor formertownspeople TRY
mbago for the past week, but Is now of Tibbals to get for the latter a load of pine- ../ . ii.
Miss Susie Summers, were -
Mr. and Mrs. R. Norman Hill left last now aged nnd Infirm, have gone to live
apple slips
puch improved. pleasant callers in our burg this past week for their English home. at a medical IKJIDH, where they Mill pats
Miss Stella Hale will be found at the week. Mr. Archie Chambers came up from the remainder of their days in {peace "
leal dry goods store, assisting Mr. Mrs. John Sorensen has been quite 111, We are to have a soda water manufactory Stuart, :Saturday: for a short visit with 'and quietude.' This good couplu sic 4 CROWN"
to supply the various fountains IP. his father and mother. He returned to of of and
picks during the absence of Mr. andrs. but we are glad to be able to report that upward eighty years age,
Douglass.- she is much better at this time, and hope the burg. Stuart Monday.Saturday were, for long time, rcHldents of Eau

The handsome brick block of J. M.'atson she may soon'. regain her usual good "Comparatively few mosquitoes, con- Misses Eva and Nellie Owen Gallic Mr. Mullor acquired\ a considerable
health. sidering the rainy, muggy weather," Is saw a large coach whip snake In tho competency an n Chicago horse
on avenue D. has been commenced -
,
tho verdict. trader, and It IH a connolntlon to their .Butter.
and will be rapidly completed, Shedding of pineapples going to be y ird. They were brave enough to attack friends to know that they want for
s.Mr. Watson is anxious to move his retarded through here on account of the lion R. McNamee late speaker of the him and succeeded In killing him. They nothing In their dueling .
aidware business as soon as possible.Mrs. unability of the mills to furnish lathes. louse[ (Fla ) has his family here enjoyingthe measured his snakeshlp and found him years.If .
This shows that shedding Is being very surf and tho sea breezes. exactly seven feet long A pretty good --In'-search of and will have
J. S. Warner who went to Dayna sized snake for two young gins to kill all you art! bargains, you
several weeks ago for her health, Is 1 lirgely indulged in. The F. E. C. R., R. has put In a much alone. road the ADVOCATE. columns 'carefully.If .

pidly growing worse, her many friends The Jensen Sunday school Is progress- needed switch at the Bond Lumber (:o'a. ,
egret to learn. Mr. Warner has been it is so convenient for all yards, on Orange avenue. Thursday was our mall carrier's birthday you are about to buy pineapple
nicely
ranted a months vacation so as to en- lag being; held In the Town ball, and as he I Is always so kind and slips or suckers, lead the ads of those THE BEST ;
ble him to be with his wife.' parties which Is, the popular resort for all of our Work on the South Bridge progresses obliging and prompt In the discharge of who have them fm subs on Hlli piigu.
slowly much to the Inconvenience of the
his duties the day was made pleasant -
dances services etc. very -Impure water U the cause of much
Last thb entertainments, there well the delay
Saturday Capt. Reynolds, of residents as as by his many friends. who presented
slckneis. this flue
evenue cutter, McLean, invited the fol- Geo. E. Coon has been -circulating" of certain building operations. him with| several very useful tokens of filter from Claude Remedy Wnltou by, Tllusvlllo getting a The Elgin Butter Co.

wing' party to inspect bin vessel. Mr. around considerably of late In the interest The new residences various parts of their appreciation of his many acts of .... OF FLORIDA
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Mrs Root, Capt. J. II. Welch and Oas Lamp whichhe Mr
of his Sun-Light the town are being pushed as fast as the kindness and fidelity to duty.
'lighter, Miss Effie, Mrs. and Miss Gander has had good judgment to advertiseIn weather will permit E. W. Green has Werning attends strictly to business The dangers "f a Malarial, Atmospheremay Jacksonville, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Featherly and daugbcr the ADVOCATE. See 8th page one of J. G. Brown's new bouses finished when carrying the mall. bu averted I by i>rc.'i..li n>tlly taking I,
: Pearl.. The Capt. and his officers M. A, Simmons Liver Medlulno. I nr-Whole."Je
id A movement Is on foot to secure shell ; Fred Connadl Is getting on finely; Wednesday night our people were Dr. onll'I
every thing to make their guests en-
)''y themselves and succeeded well to place on the road from the station to Jerome Maley is waiting on the plaster aroused by the alarm of tire about 11 _._ _. --. -.. _.. _.._ _. ...,
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hat' when the evening shades deepened, the; county road, on the riverfront. Over which dries slowly; the Lewis' house on o'clock. The small hammock just northof
he' good-byes thirty dollars was secured In a short lidgewood[ and Magnolia, and the Drown Mr. HlHCOck's house was all ablazr.
were reluctantly spoken.J1TWe time by subscription, and all thistle is necessary house, corner Ridgewood and Orange, are But as there was no wind and the neigh
will be forthcoming, as our citizens all coming on. !Some other handsome bore ,responded promptly to the call The Monarch Strength f is"LION
would esteem the favor If our are not slow to respond to such a houses will bo begun shortly. fur help\ there was but little damage do, e

enders' when writing or calling uponur m ;hnecded: Improvement. -- .- except spoiling; the grove of handlO u.
advertisers to purchase merchandise, palmetto trees. The fire started from a
(? was narrowly
second tragedy
A ) Fort Pierce. "
I C. which had been foi
would mention the ADVOCATE. averted Sunday last, when the northbound mosquito smudge/ > F
on
gotten. This will\ bu a lesson to all to
train In. The platform was -
came
crowded with people, and just as the Nice showers here every day. lurk out for the momjulto smudges and t

Banyan. engine reached the end of the platform, Walter Bass is putting neat fence be sure they are extinguished

something was seen to get on the track around his lot. _
Xo only a few feet ahead. Everyone lookedto r d I
one speaks of dry weather now. nee a mangled form, but with a big Alice Harbin spent Wednesday at St. Eau Gallie.

Small nice potato patches have been. effort and a loud quack, Mr. Frink'set Lucie, visiting her sister .

Ianted. > duck scampered off the track.It Robert Cochrane, of Miami, was a -- .

.\ few skeeter bugs have arrived having come to my knowledge that pleasant visitor to town this week. Rain, rain, and still more rolo. I'ain, COFFEEo Nt .
f and lots of It.
day,
he authorship of the items appearing In every
A home race and tourmanent tyok Harry Sinn merlin has finished .
r-race' at Uahia on \ # \ be ADVOCATE from Jensen have been sitting ft nice fence round just new place II. U. Hodgson Is enjoying a too tlA'1 ,'1
Thursday. ( ircdited to another party, who considers In town. vacation In New York and vicinity .:;,- -, i jz.
! K. Hodgson and of E ) detrimental to his a.. #I
M. Scott, ) ire. were visiting the island last week.,.. food name good sense and Judgment, I There will be services Methodist: Messrs. Boynlon and Dorton are fUh- (ABSOLUTELY PDUH.) "I ,
. F. A. Houston vUttetf.fcafn '. leieby wish} to Inform all whom It may church on Sunday evening. All are cordially log at Luke Washington, add 1 making Its strength comps from Its purity. It Is all puro coffee :J
fish for which
- last and family oncern, that I am the guilty one, and invited. : shipments of fresh water freshly roasted and Is sold only In one-pound sealedpackages. .
Sunday. rust that by assuming them, that; the There will be services In the Baptist there Is always a market. Eacft package will make 40 cups. Tho pack.. !'
. Handy thinks he Is a dandy, but that j jIttle rut, who bas been so outraged;; as to be church next Sunday morning. All are Capt. Frank Houston lion the sick ago Is sealed at tho Mills so that tho aroma Is, never >
' ; trick with a brick, that knocked ccused of stating facts, will be clearedf cordially Invited. list iiils wefk! i but we are glad to learnIs weakened. It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable netrongth.
uerl" Brown down was, a bad oUe. the odium that has attached Itself to convalescing! nicely It Is a luxury .within tho reach of all. } .

.... ,.Is good name and acknowledged Judg- Frank Depew and J. Bryant came her husband Premium List In every package
Mrs. O. Aim worth expects
down from, Sebastian "
on Friday and
W R. UABI>EE. returned -
ant Cut Llon'c ,t
here shortly to remain the balanceof out your Head and !got
on Sunday. They are doing
very '
valuable premiums free ,1I -
LaGrange. and next winter
the summer
well) fishing there
*>t tiir Lion Coir. *.. In bra Itor.. .
;""' gp you to sell property Mrs. Sarah Smith Is enjoying tIer Grocer on hi. o..... sad add/... thai W. J.
TTno want buy or
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I If a.I* ," ,.. Uo Mil ept
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Jalll: '
every day and trees are looking on Indian River If you do, write the -If you want good results, yon will visit to her Boston relatives, and will your lJ1.III. *.
>,Ilendld.Green* Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus- find the AUVOCATC: an excellent adver remain north for an indefinite period, 'WUOI- UN SPICK CO., Tullo. Obit ;
Fla. See 4. using medium. unless the rigor of a northern winter ,
i Coat has a contract to furnish ille, page ,


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work by fnls time. The plant will be Florida Central & 'Peninsular
and flavor of fruits Rail
of little use this summer. Florida East Coast Ry.

quality and appearance General Alger hat started criticism
gain, this time among those who affect
TIME TALE } IN EFFECT JUNK 11. 1m.
o. 11.
I of vegetables, to be perfect in dress and deportment Time Table In Effect June 11, 1899.

and if II feared 'that the secretary ot NORTH BOUND (Reed Up).
weight and plumpness of grain, lOt; m BOUND c Read Downs.
war will come In for another round olbase. 082o

are all produced by Potash.Potash Ills offense this time lithe wear .I DaII7'DaUI oaG'No 8TATIONSS NO'1l 0.117' Datil .:: .:: tgl b h& I' .
ing of a high Milk bat with a tack coat. 1 kn 2 9 $ m! S Rm lyl$ NORTHERN 1'OL.'n'8. gM: : A'; :; g; I IIe
the cf is the cap h Lllay........, ....,' .JaclllOnYille..Arrly."f iiP is Q "CI Q Ie I II.
Usually secretary war pinkof ii ,'6p 10 !lOa A ........,,...... .Aucu.Un..Le.y. 120p 94\& A = !. Ii !
perfection In his dress and a veritable 41 I alp 10 B6a Leay..8$. \ ................ 0 Up 940. 0'a66p 906 TIiij Ili; Ly Titusville "EO Ar. 3 flOp, -I
fashion Bat the other it lea .. .... .......... Aaatin ............ ......Leevs 68f1p 904a tf"'i"' 114ea .. 820p LY. 8t. AUJrUltlne Ar ...,.. 1ft 30a '
plate. day
,
; eel 1168s ArriYe.. ..... ...........palath .. ...... .. ......Lt.i, T 1 ...... 43Op... .. 1I2Oa .... 141\p Lv..JacksonvWe..At ...... pOlh ... T
when he went over to discuss the dismissal It"fi1j .... ...... 11110& ...... 11211p LV..Ynlee..Ar ..... II IRa ...... 110\1 "
S 0e .... ...... ...... .. I'alatlla. ......... 10& l120p IMp
ve. mye'p! = .. .+. 93ba ...... 90bp Ar..J'eruandln..Lv ...... '1 ana ......
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with the
A of the volunteers president 14 ...... Arrive,..... .. ....... ...i..X-ye ...... 1ive 4tfl ...... 76 lIIOp op..1030a.: i? ..... 9abpAr..Everett..Ar...... /l1IOa........ 1110 Il :; T a. .
with Phos. be walked through the White .... .. ., .. ................San Meteo..Atriv. j :::::: 004o ...... ...... ......11314...... ..... Ar.,. Bnm."lck. ..Lv............ 63na .... 400p.64'e... "
properly combined House grounds In'a silk hat and a .I A 1Kj) r1weLea; ,................ EaA t palatu..t T a 120p 'f47jc ?.... .... 12271' .........'. 11 1I61a/fop! At..Savannsh..Lv Lv..Bavannah..Ar ...... 64.1&1108& 11'16a 3lr.p ".. ,
roundabout coat. It was just about the .,; 'I'1tp 1l6fIp: N ...................Ormond................. N 8'7p 113& td f1 .... :..... 6OOp 123111' ... 1e Ar. FalrfaxBC..Lr.... .. "". .
phoric Acid and Nitrogen, and ... M 'I1 P 1011p ......:.......... ..Da7tuna.. ................ 800p TOIs'a t'j ...... ... .. 933p 220p .. .. 24'Za ..Denmark,80 ...... BOO.6aoa2a4a..
time when the men about town were OlIO l tip 118p ........ .,.... Port Orange .,......... .... 86pl61a: O M .. ... ......10301) 8Mp, 0. t' ...... 3011& 310al2Ina.
will to their clubs, and the secretary's 821f1p 156p ........"........New Smyrn................. 8O'p BOa ..... .. ...... t3llp ..... liMa"'a ColumblaBC.Auguaq ..... 112na .... ,
going .... 1217x..
liberally applied improve AH'M ::..:. ...... 43ea .....
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M 161p 222P .............. Oak Hill .................. 222p a 06a 438p 1035& ;, F
action noted.A ; = ...... ...... ... .. .......... 112ba ..1... 1Ip, ....,. : ,
waist once 'BOp Beep ... ............TltI18Y1U. ............. 1 flip BUs : t? Spahrtanllblrtl.8CC" :::
; every soil and increase yield suit for damages has just been entered t'o .. 81111p .................ctt poiD$.u................. 116p .., C ...... ...,.. ...... ...... ...... 14t1p "" ........... 2011p.. ..... . ..'
.. .. .. ...... .,.... ...... 8 top ...... 900a Charlotte' N.C.U .10"""" ..,... II j .. .
.. ...... 8811p ................ ... ..... 1 mp ... 5i .t' .
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:c .... '
In Washington courts which ...... ...... ...... 10 ...... 10.1a 8a 11 I b ury. N C l12tip..... "
and of may ...... lap .................pRockledge................ lOfp ... .. lOp 8456.1127p. .
quality any crop. r. ......... tf.j4. : ... ...... ...... .... .. "Greensboro N.C" ...... ...... : .
be of great interest to the large department ...... .12p .. ..0...........Jtau Hallie. .... .. 1383p .,... 4 1110P 1' It .... .::2Op 1I3Oa .
1 ...... 421p .................Melbourn&p................ .. 1321p ...... F I. .... .... ......1236a ....... Danville, Va.V' It ... ...... UN ....:: .
.
storM in other cities. It seems a' 104 II .. fit ..... ..... ... .. 6COa .. 6 Zap Richmond. ... 1. lIOn ......
which
Write and get Free our pamphlets, ...... 4b7p .........,.,...... ....o... 1I.11a .... II I. ? liMp :1.
d, saleswoman in one of the big : ,: .... ........,.........8f'btultIAn................. 1148'5 .. .. Po p ... ,..... ..,... 245a ...... 82t\p\ "LynchburgVa.a; ...,... 3Mp ..... :::: : :'
tell holy to buy and use fertilizers with young .y 66'p ............ .....8t. Lucle................. 40G5a' .. ...... ...... ...... 4/1Oa./ .... : 281'u'Charlottesville' ........ ll1p .... ..122wJ ... ,:
greatest economy and profit. dares was so popular that the proper G1 .., ? 81Sp :.............,Fort Pierce................. 104lia ...... H fI il ...... ...... ...... 1 MR ...... 0111'U Washington/ ," .. ... 111aa .... 920P...".I. .
etor of a rival store tried to employ,her IIO :i. 8.lp .............. ......Eden.................... 1006& . a ... ...... .. .....lI2t\p\ Baltimore ....... ; 2'5..,..... 1Mp. .. ..
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QBRTIAN KALI WORKS, f4 -l' .94 .
and offered her an increase of salary to v u OfJllp ..................Btuan. .,..... ....... IlIIOa 208 ...... .... ,. ...... 912a.: ....... 623a New York .. .... ...... 2Mj1...... .
ff 93 NMMU St.,New York.WASHINGTON 1 leave her place. The proprietor of the 11II rn DaIiT. 1211p M ,..............,Robe Sound................ 111ge DallT cI:: : ...... ...... .. ?.. ..... .'... 300p "......lJoston......" ....... ...... 1100& ...... ..,.
ICITll: 'lOOp ................WIIMtJuplter..........,..... 907sExan: Q
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store where she was employed did not C .. .. .. =:. ..... 411p LY .Jacksonville ...., .. ......
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b124s
TIff ............We t Palm Beach............. a' 883a rI1'iiPL 820a. ,
U 8131' .. .... ... .. 1910 1
wish her to leave, and to retain her be ; 811'1p .;..........,.,...Boynton........... ...... Stal020p rIJr" :..... ::.... :..... 955p Ar. Everett. ..... .... e(
.... .,... ... i ...... ...... ...... 1I0Ia .... Atlanta....'AJ.... ... ....:: Ill
.. ... .
14A. 8181' ., ..,,. ... 8lray. .. 'I67a
10114
increase her salary 1030a.. .. I
was compelled to .. ...... \ ..Cbattanoo .., ...... .
LETTER Dli /02a 937p .............For Lauderdale.......;..... 'I07a 'If6p ...... ....., 92ba a. ..... eltp,
..... ..... ...Cincinnati.. .. ...... ......
over the amount offered by his rival e UalO'Op" .........-... Lemon City .... .....,..... a 2la liMp ...... a 11Op
--- The sequel of the whole affair was that fI.6A 101JOJ Arrive......... ... .....Miami... .. .............. IIll1a 6HETWEEN
X"ITIe4 Men Not Wanted-Senator No.; 34 makes connection for Brunswick arriving Brunswick 11 'IA! a. m.
the proprietor of the store where the N1W 831YnSA AND OnANGE CITY JUNCTION.No. leaves Jacksonville 9:20 ,
Qu..,.' Ch..nce.-The Grand For New Orleans, trail a. m. with through/; ,ileenm,
young lady worked ia now'suing his 81No I STATIONS No.2 N o.8i riving rVewOrleans 7:40a.m. (,..Iy through sleeper line., Arrives'Jacksonville from \ea '

Peace Jubilee. rival for $5,000 damages for trying to p I Ly... ...... ... .......... New IImlrna.: ........................Ar fJ61\p""l1 P leans 7 AS p. m.
!lOp $11 21. #. ........................... Lake Helen ................... .........LT 13 lOp fOp SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
6 [Special Correspondence. Induce tw'to leave. 4O2p\1I1111a ...... ............... .Orange CltT. .......................... 1:1000: 'lI'p Nos.35 and 36 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and tbs
CARL SCBOFIKLO. 406 1146aAr. ........ .. .. ..Or.ngeOItTJunotlon.. ................. 116:;. 'l p Sleeper via Ashevllle. Clnel
y Official objections to married men in All trains between t>i..w 8m1rna and rang. CIS unction Dally except Sunda7. Nos.33 and 34 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in- coniuw-u.__.>ti......
the enlisted force of the army have been 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
ITEMS FOR WINTER MENUS. HKTWhKN l'11'UooVII.LK AND *ANFURD.o No.36 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlmt.
renewed by the war department in an : 8TA'tION8.' No.IJ Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No.37. It
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order pent ont to recruiting officers and "Eternal Da..tlnc" and Other Seer*<. 7 00. v.u.u.................,.........TUullyi)]......................................Ar 1 281718&1" \. office All 202 baggage will Street be checked well as from at the Union Union Depot.depot: Tlcketll..m.tllI ticket office.L. be sold at the city tI i
Of the Cook'. Art. .......................................Hlm.......................................LT l1iP Hogan as ,
regimental and other commanding ofT ....................................., !Jteen...................................... A. 8HIPMAN, A. O. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT, Dig.Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay I
cerv There always has been a natural At a recent luncheon (cold Sunday ......................:....... .....En .... ...................... .. 3157. ,A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Paw.
,........................... .Enterpriae Junction............................... 1126& AgentaSk
objection to this, for the reason that evening) attended by a writer for The r...... ,.. .. .. ...... ......... .. ..Ban ford..... ... ..,.........;..... ........ ... .loos
the accommodations at military posts Ladies' Home Companion there.was a. All trains between Tltnsville and Sanford: Daily except UDdaT'

f do not admit of many families. Another, baked, chicken which ,she,tells about In KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The

reason in found in the fact that men that journal. It both looked and tasted Southern -

make better filters and can be ordered very unnatural, certainly morn delicious steamers of the Florida Bast: Ooant Steamship Company are appointed to sail ae tolloweI ; __
tI..m..p From Miami, 11:30 p. m. Tuesdays and Fridays. Arrive Key .
f here and .there easier when they are than any other baked chicken rem em. I of Key: West 1:80 p. m. Wednesday and :Saturdays. Train 83 connect.
S G free of family responsibilities. bered. In the first place, it was so dark W...." to and with steamer.From Railway
that the mental comment following .a from Key West Key West 8:80p' m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Arrive 1
(' There is now better reason than ever Dlrrrf.Steamship Miami 5:30a.m.Thurade s and SmiiUyg. connecting with train 78.'City .

before to limit the enlistments to,nn- first glance war ""Cold game I How "1f 1. irorn Miami, fi .. m. Monday nod Thursday.' Arrive Key .
i, married men with the constant changes tempting it looks When nearer acquaintance West 7 p. m. Mondays and Thursdays. Leave Key: West p. m.
proved it to be chicken, .ml" Havana same day Arriv. Havana 0 a. m. Tuesday and Fridays.: '
being made in stations of troops and there were puzzled internal queries to From Havana, sailing direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tuesday Excellent Service Out of Florida

: the hard work in the field which many account for its absolutely unusual tenderness _..(1 Key WII.t..DII connecting Friday with Arrive train Miami 78. 5 a. m. Wednesday and Saturday.' ,

'<>f the commands will be called on to flavor and color ,
meat glaze These Time. Tables .show tbe times at which trains and boats may be expected to arrive aAa NORTH EAST WEST.
perform. The new regulation on this i seeming the only solution of the last depart from the several stations and porU, but their arrival or departure at the time ,
subject saysi 1 named. At a later meeting the hostess stated oaaeqnencee Is not guaranteed arising therefrom.For ,nor doe. the Company: hold itself- responsible for any delay. ort .

"The enlistment! or re-enlistment of kindly explained her valuable culinary copy of local time card call at 239 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or addrese f -
secret thus: The condition of the birds J. P. BECKWTTH, Traffic Manager. J. D. EARNER A. G. P. A. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING BOOM CARS
married men for the army is to be din St. An rug.tine. _, THOROUGHFAUCOACHES
when cooked and "eternal -'
w
t basting" explain -- -
conraged and will be permitted only VESTIBULED TRAINS.
alL The chickens must be well
t for some good reason in the public interest
and kept three in
grown, plomp days
,. the'efnclency of the service to be rammer, four 'in winter after they are NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.

the first coneidera tlon. Applications for killed. They are split down + back,
,i'
Through Vestibuled Drawing-Room Can
Sleeping between Tampa and Kw Turk
each enlistments or re-enlistments will rubbed freely with butter, aoasoued via Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, without changes
be finally determined by the regimental with salt and pepper dredged well with

: commander or other proper commanding flour and baked in a moderately hot "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL.

officer if there be no regimental oven, basting every few minutes with I n1 W Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New T rt
commander. melted butter and boiling water mixed. via bavannah and Columbia.

Senator Quay's) Ohancea. They are equally good hot or cold. It

The third section of the first article may be well to mention iu this oonncnion. f Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesvllle,

"' of the constitution of the United States ; that turkey should be killed a week ,, o9'J eFt Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.

is the one which provide for the tilling'ot Before needed (if the weather is cold) I Pullman
Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon Atlanta, ui
Chattanooga
vacancies in the United States sen and treated to a daily rubbing inside CiuolnDati.

ate. That section, which applies to appointments and outside with cider vinegar, bard

by governors of states.to fill cider or sour wine. By this method both Through Pullman Sleeping Car to

vacancies reads as follows i the tenderness! and flavor are greatly cy y Cincinnati via Columbia and Ashevllle Through the

"And if vacancies happen (in the Improved. ._4 l qNO

senate) by resignation or otherwise during This same writer says there lean item "LAND OF THE SKY."
'
; the'recess of a legislature a'state about turnips ,which every cook should }

the executive thereof may make temporary enow-namely, that 'when they are / Daily Limited Train. For Cincinnati via Ererett.

appointment until the next Strong or rank as they are more apt tobe O44" t
i meeting of the legislature which shall than not they be made mild ,
x can by \\ i For!] !detailed information as to rates, schedules. sleeping car reservations, eto., apply t
then fill such vacancies. i cooking a few ,potatoes with them the any agent of the, SOUTHERN RAILWAY or it* connections.

The friends of Senator Quay hold that I potatoes> bei-gft so absorbent that when 4&:

there is sufficient uncertainty in this! i lone it Ms difficult to distinguish them
R. W. HUNT Florida
Pass.Agt, 218 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.J. .
; of the constitution tram the The should
i language to justifya turnips. potatoes k'4tj'
M GULP
well grounded conviction that a be put on only 30 minutes before the Tramc -w A, TURK, 8. H. HARD WICL

strongly Republican senate will construe turnips are done. Of course it is under Washington Manage, D.: n. Waahtngtonb. C. Asst. Gen. Pans Atlanta Art,,(H,

it in his favor and give him the stood that turnips must be put on to April 10, 1899.MALLORY.
Beat to' which Governor Stone has appoInted boil in plenty of void water (the time

him. The cases in which, the I for boiling depending on their age and Sailings. .
Tri-Weekly ::=
Donate has taken! a contrary view were freshness), which should be salted when

decided upon partisan grounds; and the vegetable is half done; also that

against appointees who would have been they must never be mashed but sliced, STEAMSHIP LINE.
with the minority. The senate how- and dressed with butter, pepper and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.

'over.is a stickler for precedent and. salt, to which may be added a little
I Florida New York
having clearly established the one that hick cream. ,
governors cannot appoint where legislatures In regard to carrots we are advised ,(Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) i Philadelphia and Boston.

fail to elect it may conclude to that, though deemed runk in winter S S From Brunswick (direct), to New York.

stand pat on its record in this particular. this objectoin may be met in their preparation The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service t.,: PASSENGER: 8EKVICE.

: as follows; Wash, scrape and P To make connections, with steamers leave Jack ni> lJ<
The Grand Peace Jubilee. slice them, put them on to cook in cold 1, .b on Thursdays at 8:M a. m. via Fernandina and "Gov.Saffcrt\

rl Washington is pushing preparations ealtei water to more than cover them route. Or via all rail, leaving Jacksonville 4-30: p. m.\: ( \
&:; P.), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive Brunswick l
tor the grand jubilee. The jubilee and took until perfectly tender. Drain
peace The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. p. m. 1'agBengers on arrival, go directly aboard\ steamer.
is to be a sort of cross between an industrial pour milk over them which thicken .

day parade a Mardi Grus and a with equal parts of flour and butter Direct Service Between _P OPOSEI> SAILINGS-

Veiled Prophet demonstration. ColonelE. blended together. A teaspoonful of sugarto Lv. New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3.OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brun 'lct

B. Hay, "king" of the jubilee, has ouch pint of sliced carrots should be Jacksonville and Boston and all Eastern Points, Friday.June 30........;:... .. ........ .....COLORADO .... .... .... ......to. .. .., \ ayJ 11N
been roaming through the west getting added to the water in which they are Friday July 7. Bid GRANDE..,. ..,. ......... ..... Friday, "J
from of the great celebrations cooked. Another method of preparations both Friday, U............. .,.. .. ,........COLOUADO .. 1 .. ....Friday. "J
points C.
managers (Calling at Charleston, S. ways) Friday, It 21.......... .. ............. RIO GRANDE",. "i"I"; :::! ; !.. ,,.''''r I a"',
which have been held in the to drain tbe carrots when they first

past in New Orleans, 8t Louis, San begin to get tender Cover them with .WEEKLY SAILINGS For general Information, steamers, trains rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent or to

.Francisco and other cities. The Wasb-, boiling seasoned soup stock and simmer Southbound....,...,..,........... .......... .............. .......from Lewis Wharf, Boston BASIL GILL, S. A., 220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville!I

:ln ton peace jubilee ia under strictly slowly, uncovered until the stock is reduced Northbound............:.................................. .w of Hogan Street'Jacksonville H.II.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.

local management although it is, goingto to a glaze C. H. MALLORYrGeneral Agent Pier 20, E. River, and 385 Broadway, N. Y.
be an ambitious affair Enormous The secret of good sweet parsnips is '
crowds from the outside ere expected to let forth as' long 'slow cooking and so Clyde's St. Johns River Line. -'

witness the three days' pageant. If expectations gauging the water that it will be quite ,

on that point ate realized the evaporated when they Are ready for the BETWEEN. JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. -,
thrifty District shopkeepers who are butter dressing". Slice them after scrap-
8anford.lntef'lrl.e. Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John'River HOMESEEKERS
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Jacksonville Palatka
footing the bills will get their money lug on to cook in boiling I 'p ............. ...
back. water, sating when half done. When STEAMER'

Trouble Over an'loa Plant. tender add butter and a little pepper. I "I), IUUItO a II SON,"

Army quartermasters are having a CAPT. W. A. BHAW.
great deal of trouble with the bids for A'r.etlcsl Questions In Irrlimtloa. Leave Jacksonville 5*0 p, m.,Tuesdays and Saturday., Who are Seeking a Home In the South should send to the undesigned for t

the ice refrigerating plant intended for Some of the practical questions whichIt Leave Sanford 4:00 a.m., Mondays and Thurs:fay..

Manila. On two occasions bids have is hoped that the recently undertaken copy of theFlorida .

been opened at Chicago and both lots of investigations of the department of agriculture GenM Passenger and Ticket' Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
proposals have been rejected. Now, for will solve at least in part -
time the bids !have been reiu- are "What amount of water is necessary ,
third ,
u II. WARBURTOX. T. P. I r. IRONMONGER, Ja., Fla. Pa... AIt$.. East Coast HomeseeteWe
vited and the officials are awaiting the to grow a crop of this, that or'the v UowUng V&in.Ne York I 804 West Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. .
result other product at a given altitude C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. 8upt.. ,I I J. L. HOWARD, Superintendent.
Jaek.onvllle Fla. fool Hogan St.,Jacksonville FU.
The trouble Is said to be caused by a What soil under a ditch will best pro TIIEO. O. :EGKH T. M., B Bowling Green New York.

bidder who has made ,the, lowest proposal duce this, that or tbe other crop, other IPM P LTDK CO., General A rents
in each instance and to whom the particulars being given What fall a Bowling enN...york 1* itCh WlawereAve.Phnadelpbla.JOE lei I

officials do not wish to award the contract tide slope etc., are most serviceable in have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and

Reports have been received at an irrigation ditch other particular a.to .
Winter and
Summer
PRINTING Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States.
the war department against this bidder, ; location drainage etc., being given

who in tarn has given the quartermasters low[ shill the ground be' graded and Apply to .
prepared the water and give _
some interesting moments by making accept

charges and circulating stories'', to the. best results t Shall water be applied OF ALL KINDS JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner,
their embarrassment It begins to lookas only while crops are growing What ,

it it would be some months before kinds of grasses: what forest or shade Executed at the FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

the plant is completed. The original treed, art best adapted to this or that >><, .

plans contemplated a completion of tba condition of irrigation'" ADVOCATE. 'PRINTING. .. ", OFFICE. i'_ :' ST. AUGUSTINE FIB'



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HOTELS- -thc-"car-rollllle SKAIlltii/, I'I A. .
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-- ATLANTA, GA. The Colonnades. SEABREEZE, FLA. U a surprising-fact," says )Prof
llouton, "that, In my travels In all partsof
-- tho world, for the last ten years, I
have met more people having used
Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will remain Green's. Attgu Flower limn any other
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open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, One fishing\ shade trees, etc. remedy, for dyspepsia, deranged liver
r'V ,yr. .,. Terms reasonable Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station. LITERATURE. nnd stomach, and for constipation. I find

HERBERT: E. SMITH, Lessee. for toiuUis and salentnen, or for persons
4 Down South It AttT..r. Mukra 'En. filling office positions, wheio head
TAlk of I.....,'. aches and general bud feelings from Irregular -

NEW: HOUSE, "What is the firM for a first clflM habits exist, that Green's August
Beach House Flower U u grand: ivmcdy. It l.is not
magazine in the south was the
r' fJ1t'I'&ton
e d r NEW FURNITURE. until o the sjsteni by Regiment nso!, nail
J of a literary gentleman. Is excellent); for sour stomachs and Indigestion. .
"Well." was the reply, "there are a ; ." Nunple: hollies 1 free nt F. S.
Sea Breeze avenue; one minute from Bench.: Table flrst-clnss. Sea Food n thousand acres of field for it-Rood, ChatTcdedrugstoic, 'l'ituoilleFlt., or

specialty. Day, $1.50; Liberal weekly terms. Address fallow field and well limbered territory J, 1'\ COOIHU'S drug\ store, Coeo.i; Fla.

O. W. SCHUYLEK, but""That's- bold by dealers In all civilized countries
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just what t'Vt.'fyh00.1YIIR.II. *
Bench House, Seabreeze, Fla.
he Interrupted. "They invariably hedge A Berliner ha scoured I.utlioi'n bible
------- with 'but' 'If' in '
n or an answering my
tho mar) Inn of which are cove iby\
TITUSVILLI2. question. I know what they would say. '
not A In the reformer's h.xmlwililui; .
It's a question of sufficient capital. Rut ... .. '
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I've got my own opinion on that limb
=N'RIAN RIVER HOTEL, The south doesn't want a first claws :Mis. .tllmertTaylor, TullnpooMn, On.,
iltcKi llavo: used Dr. :M. .\. MunnonsLh
TITU&VILLE, southern magnzinel""That's -r :Medicine, oil and on, 2;; years: for
*
a strong atatententi""But TUI'l.1t1 i| lilver\ and rim bound to say: I
INDIAN RIVER, A true one. Now, I've talked ''hlnklt better thun Xollin's\ and Black

,, FLORIDA. to a dozen men In a dozen days about n Dianghl, having taken quite n quantity|
.w great southern mugnzine. All thoughtwe of all tinsoMex mt'lllc1I1"

should have one but the minute
.,,a r discovered that I controlled the
rt BAsT they can pigskin with a : (
J.-O. Proprietor. monntr.ini;
TEL ARAGON ATLANTA, OA. ) capital for such un enterprise they brass tuinlitlies one of the noudlles In
s. The Palace Hotel of the South. twitched mo off on a real estate track serviceable

American and"E ropean plans. We cordially invite the patronage of the best The hotel fronts on the and triedto sell me land and buildings I purses.. -------.. ..
..merclal, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located Fact sir. And I couldn't get 'em to
three
only blocks wide su of \ (miles
pep Remember that the INDIAN I'.IVEKADVOOAIK
Union depot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke rr +Tea t In width), formed by the talk magazine after that! Why, the : does all kinds of job punting

itrains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled a Indian!; River, Inl\klngltR biggest literary man in n certain Georgia at short notice bind thC'IUIII order
In the South. Free
hotel Bus ,
ny meets all trains. Hates, American plan' delightful summer roSOI't. county, to whom I naturally looked for and bo, convinced )that \It U the pluco lo
0 to H.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.110< b t
per day. Constant cool
vwlaa a Rll llalrRuIIRGM1a1rl phi" u I sympathy, tried to unload three farms have job printing done.
GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. k, rowKFn'' Ftj1 } breezes from the sea and and a prospective gold mine on me ns .
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bay. Flowing sulphur soon as I told him I thought of invest' -- -

ap 1tlgs. Special summer ing in a southern magazine! FREE

ie e Holland ATLANTAOA.J' SB>t S x lp ?s rates. "And!" do you still think of Investing CONSULTATION

27-29 Auburn Avenue.
I "Not now," ho said. "Tbey've got

Titus, Idle Hoarding Houses. me in the real estate business tool"- wltli'our homo treatment. We are
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. Atlanta Constitution. physicians, and you get the benefitof

MRS. FT A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILI.K: :, FL.\. our expeilencc. No matter what
Illffh MahU.Life
your tumble Is, how simple or' how .
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. i in n bureau drawer which sticks,
Phone 1G29.Henderson .
Board and room, $1.00 per day. When In need of white 6r rye Bread, pie, and crack hopeless, wo cnn do you good, and
through we helplessly
cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner'a City Bakery. Yachts, boarding homes, thrust u at the If MO can't wo will honestly tell you
fingers things
our we
\ ville, N. C. hotels and families supplied. would like to reach. so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick

and hopeless people have been entirely -
Woman can't throw a Mono, but

BOUKNIGHT'S BOARDING HOUSE TITUSVILLE, FLA. when elm! drops a flowerpot out of u permanently cared by

ILLCOTEJIIENDERSONYILIE, N. C. window she always hits somebody.

Good airy and comfortable rooms. Board. and room, One Dollar per, day. The ,ideal woman is one whoso preserved COMPOUND
Special rates by week or month. strawberries hold ont until. fresh
First-class accommodation for a limited number pf guests, in a country C. BOUKNIGHT, Proprietor.Sick strawberries get cheap. OXYGENWhy
house, two and a half miles from town; good driving, exceedingly healthy, Three-fourths. of the bread cast upon

and beautlful'scenery. Address, the waters retnrns because! It ban a not take heart again and Investigate

II. C. STOKES, Headache, Wind on the Stomach New From nillrllle. string tied to It. this groat principle. We have

Hendersonville, N. C. Biliousness, Nausea, are quickly clIl'ellby" The' cemetery fence looks cheerful Few women can sit through a sermon thousands of testimonials. Send for
few doses of Dr. M. A. Simmons without thut tin cook won't let
with its new shroud of whitewash. hoping book on home treatment.wonderful.

JACKSONVILLE. Liver Medicine. Captain and Mrs. Chills-nnd-fever the dinner burn. cures to the sick, eta., free.
arrived on time yesterday and ware met In the chase after happiness there
A Winning Si.tem."Strange
at the depot by Colonel Quinine.The are too many crossroads and too few
DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
how many prizes, Mrs.Grabhem '
MERRITT'S doctors gave a picnic yesterdayIn gnideboards. ,
wins at cards.
the town cemetery grounds, where After a bad dinner human nature Id
"She only wins you know where lilt (J I rani St. l.hl1n.n..
all their patients are. cross! ; after a good dinner it Is stupid. ,
fotel the players put down their own scores Man's is like his
and
Restaurant If this "nJUtltf.>red oat" business continues experience spectacles (H IT fob IX>0
and do their own adding
up. and, the boys keep coming home, seldom a 1ull1t for any other man.
"Clever is she
at adding
all the bacon will bo ont before the Yon cannot forgive a friend without
MAIN STREET "
"Well, she generally wins. '
summer*?over. lowering yourself In his estimation.

(1 Placidc Jacksonville Fla. she'll"But need how to can win she" tell the'number ,Mont of one; Blllville boys are busy Chicago Record.Astronomical.. VirginiaHomesYost
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graduating in Greek, while all their
"That's the only weak point in ber .
mules in dia
daddies tho
RESTAURANT Open from 7 a. m. to 11:30: p. ra.erlcan system. But George says she's a fatal are plowing They were on tho quarter deck look. -

and European Plans.. ist. lIe says she just adds".her age to the lect.The new school has disbanded, all the ing at n comet find noticed an eager loam all about Virginia Lands,
totals and trusts to luck. -New York
Florida Business Specially Desired. scholars having learned enough to fig discussion among the crow forward. Its resources, products, modo of cultivation
I to $4.00 World. ure how much their respective parents The captain called one of the men oft etc the
7 cts. to *2.00 prices, by reading
American.
er day. } European { per day. \ A Dare I"roml. will lose on cotton this year.-Atlanta and asked him what wan the subject of Virginia' Fanner. Send: lOcts.

Constitution. discussion. for ii months to tho
first-class Barber Shop lu connection with the Hotel, conducted by D. W. '- "We wero trying/ to make out what subscription
:, OhllKlnic. that there thing was,"replied the muD Farmer Co., Ernporla! Vn.
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:;d"'iI'... "And what do It II'"
ifcno.Travelers' ..LSD5'ji'j ; 1;:(-: you imagine Choice .
New ,
: "Ounno honor but Dill
ri.5 '!'f"V,1'" yonr ; Squib
H otel t I t ;t. !$t t": here, tie knows most things, says/ as qs oe WlnesLlquore,

Management. '): bow it's ,star that' sprung a leak)I"- and CIgars..

Tit-Blta ,
N. F. GARCIA, Proprietress. J. G. RICE, Manager. UuarantecII'ure.
Well Trained Animal' Sold at reduced
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. !
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+ "You've seen my little dog chasing prices

', (i his own tail aud trying to bite It, Imported
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. / lyi.i iq haven't you !" Tokay Wine,

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY IIOTEL IN FLORIDA. "Yes; all dogs do that." from Italy,
"I know, but they don't do it as Fido
Take car at the Union and ask the Conductor to at the Travelers. him
Depot stop "Why did you let got""IIe John B.
does. lie beard ns one day caU it his Togni,
him heart and that
crocked body !i ,
tail act and ho does
swallow now never
be would bring me bill fat little brother Metropolitan /Saloon, 123: East nay St..
Cwt +V "
JACKSONVILLE
TEL FLA. 1J.I- it till after 6 o'clock. -Chicago Tribune.
OXFORD Opposite St. James Hotel. tomorrow.New York Journal JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

'' Wholesale and Ketall......
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How lie Ml nnder tood. Natural History Note.
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and ---,-.
homelike There were loud cries from a man in "Is it trne, professor, that the English a,
and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant
stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when ,In Jack the back of the hall and the cornetist Lady (to servant whom she is aboutto call hornets 'wasps' Tho Largost and Most Com-. '

sonville. went at it again. engage-And) do yon understand "That depends, my dear young lady photo Establishment South.
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. There were more cries from other bow to take care of a bicycle and keepit on circumstances. An Englishman stung

ports of the ball, but, with that one clean ? by a hornet !Is apt to call It about the GEO. S, HACKER & SON

till ringing in his ears, the cornetist Servant-No, ma'am but I can ,give same name an American would."- ,

PABLO JIEACII. kept it up."What yon the address! of the place when* I get Indianapolis Journal

are yon trying( to dot" cried mine cleaned I-Unscre Oesellscbaft.

the manager. "That's no encore," I I. "Who r Who?"

otel! Pablo PABLO-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. "No encore I" exclaimed the cornetist Cuban IMMua. "Your grandfather used to now wood
when he had been induced to break off. SP'ta-Do! you think *the i Cubans for my grandfather." I Ir
"Didn't that man back there yell 'Toot really know what they want?' "Yes; I've beard him tell bow your

Only one block south from Station. Large veranda on front and side. First- man!I' four or five times," Splnnagle Yes, but it's against their grandfather beat him down on his price r

class bath house with Sulphur Shower Baths and suits for Sea U tblnlr. Bedrooms "Not any," answered the manager. policy to tell us, for tear we'd give it mind bait the time didn't pay him.."-

I large, light and airy. ,Sln le rooms 10x21, family rooms 18x21: ; also "He's a Scotchman, and what bo said to them and spoil their fun.-Philadelphia ,Chicago Itecord.
connecting rooms 10x11. Artesian water throughout building. None but the was 'Hoot mon I' "-Chicago Post North American.

I finest food products used. Rates, $2 per day; $7 to $10 per week. This llor Will Do. ---

SYDNEY HAIGH, Proprietor, ktealnlr Kl.*. Football'Center on t.he Firing Lin. uDobb)', what did you do wltb your ,,eons

Former Proprietor Colonnades Hotel, Daytona. A lam child the whose happy fondness father of for s little w. make lad of me fl"glad, Dave' Burnett, big center bf the football peanut shell. bo the street car"" \ i

that I'm alive.' team of Stanford university, I is "I put 'em in th' overcoat pocket o'
his "By by, papa." ottered as I tear myself with Battery A, Utah artillery, in the that man I was a-sittin by."Detroit MANUFACTURERS OF
ST. AUGUSTINE. awn, In letter written after an
Philippines. a Free Pr"...
Ever nerve to keep m. buoyant through the Doors Sash Blinds
be
tabor of the day experience on the firing line tIlIYI' t ,

M Algonquin Hotel... Ba aptwar bill little"".'or.bend the window, and h* waves 'Fear'"Ono'i pusses feelings away under, except fire a lire dread curious that THE WAYS Of WOMEN.. Moulding & Building Material, "I I

4 th one may bo driven back. One look at
As 1 hurry to the Italian where toilers,
; King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. wafting, stand other and admires them, and thinks Nearly every woman, after ibo passes Office A Warerooms, King, opposite
And in th. runh and JnmLU where 1 play my that everybody is brave but himself. 90, dressed too "young. Cannon Street.Charleston r
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furnished and under
f Refitted, newly little part Yon wonder why a man standing beside
new management. Centrally located Btlll hU "1)7 by papa" echoer through theobamb.rs is .A woman likes her friends to call ber S. C. .
there think be foolish '
s j near all points of Interest. Large sample of my hears yon remains ; yon a "ridiculous child" until the U 40. ,
and probably tell him to get down.
room for use of traveling men. A Overlooking full- Ah. wearily and dreamily the hound,.,along Yon will notice some little thing and C It. woman doesn't worry about bet
Plaza and Monuments. Sash Cord and
? When! he and I are parted and 1 mix Into U e husband she can't convince other woutu Weights f
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..: view of the ocean and rolling breakers throng! pay no attention to anything of Im ,
4)) from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric How thankfully I ball to* hoar that ends the portance." that she cares for him-
"' : bells and a perfect system of sewerage. bony day I Women regard a girl who has a love Hardware, .. i
Bow gleefully I pot my work ode sad hoot much
affair with children
as awe as regard
Open Rates all: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the C.week.F, COX, Proprietor I awa1't Sour Stomach U one of the first symptoms f t cook who bal a cake in the oven.A Window and Fancy alas .'
year.
Why move the train slowly Would that It of a coming Bilious attack. CureIt
_. were twice a* font I with a few doses of Dr. M. A. Simmon : grocer can sell anything to a wows A SPECIALTY. '
But the longest Journey coda sod I am bom Liver Medicine. an, from soap to codfl!!p, It be will claim:
AZA again a I I.." .that Its use U good for. the complexion.
< HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. I embrace my child sod kiss him, then I reel Palmetto Drug Store, Duytona.
and nearly fall- aadWalikty. Pants When a married woman does not tell
This hotel U ROOMS ONLY. 'It Is centrally located, near U.', been op again green onion, and b's cured al lioni withoutpala of troubles she |J. compelled to endure .
Postofflce now open for .ten lope and all hook of MrtleuUn the other women believe she l suffering Drugs, medicine, chemicals,fine toilet
Bank and Cathedral. -Qloato Newa OPIUM sent 'REKBl brushes combs and I
soaps, perfumery
Rooms, roots to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week. | ,, It.lot M Norm WOOL frjror ltd CO.c IU.. In secret- Atctjlion Globe. fancy toilet articles In great variety.

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l" ) 1 r MRS. FLAGLER INSANE time we were called from labor to 'refreshments Summer Excursion Rates to nil GARROLI2 & GOLDSMITH
; and talk about Delmonlco's '
-we may not have had the style but t the Resorts. ,
Jm.gtnes She Is A 1'rlnce.s and Believes we did have the eatables and drink*i GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All Kin

) the C..r Is to Marrr Her. ables, and that was what we wanted; Summer excursion tickets are on sale ,

i.r" Mrs. Ida A. Flagler$ wife of Henry and the way It disappeared was astonish from June 1st, to September 30th. limited Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.

'. M. Flagler, of the Standard 011 Company, ing. Why, some could not dispose of y to return October 31st., law, via TITUSVILLE, .' FLORIDA
'! I U hopelessly Insane. She Is In Dr. Carlos It fast enough without filling their laps the Southern Railway, at very low rates,
t e 1 1 F. Macdonald'B sanitarium, at Pleasant- with ice cream, eta I i to resorts In Virginia, North and South
villa, near White Plains the New After refreshments, we again adjourned I Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and the
York Herald. says. to the cooper shop, and had I II Northwest. E. :I:." :a &, :s O

Her will before the Su- the pleasure of learning several new 'Summer: homes" folders, maps, "Landof
case soon come I Groceries Grain. Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy
BENJ. W. JEROME.State .-,,. preme Court, When a hearing will take i.games. Why I never bad so much- fun the sky" pamphlets and other Interesting Hay, Groceries, f
'F J. place before commissioners and a jury since my mother-In.law died. literature sent free to any address ; And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay. Bran, Cottn) Seed Meal,Gro
Representative PENNSYLVANIA so that she may he legally adjudged Incompetent When did we go home Well, I by applying to' R. W. Hunt, Florida Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing excltgsrvell
:;' HON WORKS CO., for In order that a committee of don't know; all I do know about it is Passenger Agent,212 West Bay::It.,Jack the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrol.

'. I the Salo of OLOUK OAS ENGINES:: her pers in and estate may be appointed.Mrs. that we did have a splendid time; every sonville,Fla.ROBBINS. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville, Fb
-f; ='ajifuo and Stationary. Flagler's mental condition will be person thoroughly enjoyed themselves,
"" learned with regret by her friends and and we all hope that Tom will have an -
t ,, 'fr...emnlt Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE those of her husband. act passed at the next legislature, making -
*. at GAS )rACIJI'lES.fellt.: ., Che.i'- Mr. Flagler Is at Mount Arlington, N. his birthday come monthly. & GRAHAM c&Successors Mot1orc
' est and Kent light; for pilvalu' dwell. J., for the summer. When in the city Owing to the bad weather, many Lesley
1', Pugs! itliri Mlniv he lives at the Langbam, No. (655; Fifth could not get there, only about GO or
: ',,I avenue, where he has made his home 70 being present. If it had not been .. ( to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
I tror pilccH, catalogues: : and estimates, since his wife's Illness. for the rain we would have had a crowd. ...La-vv yore.

J' I "j .ddrCIIPI, According to Dr. Macdonald there are Respectfully, Foreign and Domestic Brands, of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whist
: .: WEXJ. W. JEROME, miny phases of Mrs. Flagler's condition "ICE CREAM" WILL PRACTICE IN STATE ANDUNITED .
y; Ales
Beers and Stont.
; ;s: Rockledge }'I... which justify him in asserting that she STATES COURTS. Bottled -
, _.
I -- Is incompetent to either herself I
h.1 : manage A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Table
:: 1 or her affairs In consequence of her men. As.lgnment.In -
I mJ Anhenser-Basch Brewing Asso'ion. tal derangement._ .He_describes_ her case Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to m
p ,- as one of chronic delusional Insanity. the county clerk's office in Jacksonville ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished orders. Cash must accompany your order.. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,-
a Famous St. r/mln and Mottled Beer
Keg
This shows Itself In various ,
ways one filed for record
on Monday, was
mold by ]lIeu Losley& Motlow, Titusville, Fla.My of which Is Imagining that she Is being the following paper for Lands In Breiard and Dade
Mr. J. It.(Crabs Cocoa, Via.Uy persecuted. it. Gieason Glea-
to
Assignment of W. Protect Your
t\p\ W.J.Tucker,Fort Pierce, Fla. In an affidavit made by Dr. Macdon Connties. INSURANCE Fl
I 1. SOD BroK. of all his right and title In and
4 t aid he declares that Mrs. Fl.igler Is la- to a certain judgment rendered In the property Against
: .JOSEPH ZAPF.
..
.
boring under the belief that she Is the
Circuit Court of Duval July 5,
county,
it 1 Pllncenslda, Alice Van Shotton Teck, 1897, in the case of W. II. Gieason vs. We have a large List LtGEJTJ.VXJ.VG: :: an.c1.: CYCLONES

Wholesale Beer and Liquors and heritage that in she her bears arm. evidence of royal the Southern Inland Navigation and Improvement of' Lands owned byI I I represent all the loading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Li

Company. Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City
She also entertains delusion that efforts -
it; West Bay Street, a clients. Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co.,,of Philadelphia, Pa.
are being made to poison )her; that ourselves and
,...i*, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. she was never married to 1\Jr. Flagler; W M. MOODY'S For Rates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS., S. SCHUYLER,
Also that her husband Is dead. She bet Price for unimproved Titusville, Fi.35
jves at times that she Is much younger _
BARBER SHOP.Close
: : than she really Is. :she is 61 years old. .
:, : :Southern Home lands $3 to $100
I. In addition to these delusions,' the I $ S1.3:
physician says, she Imagines the Czar of I

If i Mocking Bird Food Russia intends to marry her. She imagines to Indian River Hotel, Tltu vllJe. per acre. WE SELL
.
i also, that she holds communications -
4" withhim' A share of your patronage solicited.,
I' frequently through an WE have a few Residence, Orange
)1 ::25cts Ib.5lbs.
.:) per unseen agency.
: Still another delusion is that she was Grove and Pineapple Properties In desirable -
J i \ for $1.00 A Shave anda
: divorced from Mr. Flagler two years locations. Prices Reasonable.I .HARRISON'S.

:f k- Fresh Every Day. ago, and will never see him again. She Hair Cut. I .
has a delusion that her brother, Charles

,'; -, Manufactured by Francis Adams Shourds, a Boston mer- Have deal to do with the general .. 5 TITUSVILLE
,
a great
? ?
chant Is of tl United States Supreme : \
judge
:e and MIAMI. TOWN: CO'CTNTRw
THOMAS of a gentleman. At
&1ENRY R. Court, and that he was Instrumental appearance

,: .LaVllla Pharmacy, in obtaining the divorce for her. CARRUTHER'S Barber Shop,
She also believes she Is a great musician -- -. ...
j Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., and poet, and beyond this she collects TITUSVILLE, J.I A.L'.1. ij.
j' East Coast Meat Market .
a, 'JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 'large quantities of stones and peb-. None but experienced workmen are employed U..
l'' sloa. which she regards as rare and valuable and perfect satisfaction guaran
.1 gems. These she keeps In silken teed. Give us a call. JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
DUltEN ,
: bags, tinder the delusion that they are G. F. Agent. ,
THE A P FRIES DRUG CO.r' J. L. CARRUTHERS, Prop.
.
,
of such great worth that they can be ==
sold for large sums of money. CI:) c:> TJ.1i'U.s'V1.11e, F1a.
I f Wholesale and Retail Dr. George G. Shelton, of No. 521 ...- -- _
Nurseries.ORLANDO
Madison Ave., who was Mrs. Flagler'sphy"lclan Semi-Tropical C'-I -=w.C $1.85 $1.3
before she lost her reason, has I'' :>
; :: MUGS MEDICINES, lisa made an affidavit corroborative of FLA. -
: that made by Dr. Macdonald. Dr. Shelton w 1 r'D'
describes Mrs., Flagler's disease as SPECIALTIES, :- _- sw:: And YOUR WIFE perhaps spends
i 12: !) East Bay Street, 'progressive Incurable delusional insnnty. Brown's Early-the earliest and best 1Sn
'. 1 ." Early Orange. share of the balance at
.: JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Aurantlum Pomelo the best GRAPE A good or ne
-Mr Flagler was committed to Dr. __ C'-I rBLD
'; McDonald's sanitarium In March, 181)7) FRUIT and TANGERINE ORANGE ,1=1 c-
:; J. D. O'HRN, pursuant to an order of Judge Gilder- TREES. sw:: the' STOVE, and a
t, : sleeve of the Supreme Court, based on Carry a full line of Citrus trees, also 1=1

\ Manager.' the certificates of Dr. Skelton and Fred- Peach, Pear, Persimmon and Plum, trees, i Titusville Florida. GASOLINE or OIL STOVE will make the cook room comfortable.We .
e Ick Peterson, both of whom declare 1 1uat t Grafted Hoses and Scupernoog Grape

her condition was such as to justify vines. sell PATENT SCREEN at Jacksonville
Please mention the ADVOCATE when CLOTH prices.
jeer detentlon'ln a private institution for James Mott,

1' d,FMl I writing advertl ers. the insane :She had been in tne sanlnrium Dox 170.. Orlando, Fin; NEAR & TAYLOR, Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville,. Fla.
j I II t of Dr. Choate, at Pleanantville, ly2Soct28.: '

j I ; \ For! Sale N. Y., for several years before, her commitment i Artesian WellCONTRACTORS w- FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SUpES, STOVES, Etc.
to Dr. Macdonald's institution, .. .
but she was removed from there 'for a D U. HOUGIITON'SFLOATING r c

At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre time and was taken care of at her country i ,
'I"" dots choice vegetable and orange lands. home at Mamaroneck, being under DENTAL APARTMENTSon i lI, t I u i.: When in JACKSONVILLE
OHioap for cash, or will make liberal the personal charge of Dr. Iolaud: r u I I .) THE CLYDE
,", itcrms. Address, 'ardin' and several nurses. the (Denton) ? :.-..4: Eau Gallia I Fla. Visit

: f COW TLAND BUCRMAX, Her marriage to Mr. Flagler took placeon finest -
The SALOON in the South.
b 22 Hogan Jacksonville, Fla. June 5, 1883. The couple have no Now at Palm Beach.

children. She has been an Invalid for

". cveral years. She has a slstar, Mrs. Subscriber 1, your attention Is drawnto PIANOS. The best that b in
: I {",;: t "Sam Perkins is Dyeing." New Mattie York.Johnson, who lives in' Granville\ the name-and-date slip )pasted upon II High Grade liquors money can

or If are in
your paper wrapper. you
,:
'& J s(: Jentlomen's clothing Cleaned, pleasedii She owns in her own right proptrty arrears, please remit. PIANOS... i
I Selected of all the favorite
brands constantly hand.
Only oa
fund repaired. Dyeing In all its branches. which l Is mainly Standard 011 necnrltiep' t

e f Old clothing made to look equal to new. valued at about 1200000. She also lineS ) No' M rchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p; m., 15c., with bottle of Export Beer
S If All orders by mall or express promptly] veral hundred thousand dollars in "' ('J) I PIANOS agents to add
!i .attended to. Prices low. Work good. bank, and In addition to this owns real SUN LIGHT OAS LAMP c aF ; ? : : expense.Benefit .
Satisfaction state at St. Fla. 0
: guaranteed. Augustine, ryoa Given to Customers.
jj; SAM PERKINS Cleaner and Dyer, Mrs. Flagler's'father was an Episcopal ,
!' Titusville, Fla. clergyman of Philadelphia, wno diedIn ct = aa:J i Write for full particulars. GAY BROTHERS} '
HO years In Sanford, Fla. 1873. Her teas n began to fall In 1800. : ....... f CI.I rn
I KERRISON
4y DAVENPORT ,
1 She is now unable to recognize even .....i Z
\ --- her husband. Her brother visited her +:!3b .... ... >t Director of Conservatory of Music,
} recently, but she showed not the slightst U('J) JSlQ
: @r' Reading notice ads. on this page cd .g
''l f, we five cents per line per week. sign of recognition when he spoko --. H ,319Maiji St., I .Palatka Florida. GROCER
to her. '
i; Fad + JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,
PAT D fur, la, tux. I .g .
I I Q.J w : is'V I We make a Special Feature of'.our
ANY COLOR, CHEAPER than PAINT, 0'fcQ,t-- 2 I
l. nr- .As an advertising medium, no
is Cabotb' Creosoto Stains. Prices : :
a:7: :
1 ttegN paper on the East Coast can beat the I Mail Order
r and particulars on application to
1 :3 /1Sa ADVOCATE. ,Give us a trial advt., DepartmentKnowing
: Twos. C. WATTS & Co. = !
I t o
Qc and be convinced of the pink paper'
Jacksonville Fla.
== worth.
} tI 8. :: how difficult it is in localities GROCERI
::> -= some to get GOOD
o dI t CHEAP, families send their orders them till
: Il' 0_, '" can us with the assurance of having
SURPRISE PARTY AT LAGRANGE -.. : 't! .., promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satlsfa-to
l.f.l. = :w; < Achievements AGENTS ANTED.of Admiral- For Dewey"The," the Life world'smutest and We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, and ha

; ...4Q naval hero. By Mural llalstead the many articles not usually found in other and smaller bouses.J .
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f .. ............ + oW..8... re-long 1 friend and admirer of the nation' idol. SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST
and best book DUO! 8xlu
Biggest ;lover paces
On Monday night one of the most ;:::s E!
) 100 halftone illustrations.
Inches; nearly pages
Peasant assemblages of the citizens j fLaGrance b :3 a Only $I. O. Enormous demand. Ri ..commtsslous. -
;: / and vicinity met at the IIS Dearborn Strut == ts ::a Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write
!m ct4. : hospital home of Tom Johnson, to celebrate .Chicle ilL : quicc. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor, E. -WADDELL
t I something-and what was that? ""-'" iIo Caxton Bldg.,Chicago. ,

Why", the 68th or 85th birthday of our
.. old friend Tom. I have forgotten -1 Miami ,City and Dade County -
1'( ,. which birthday it was, but it don't ESTABLISHED 1875.
I t t make difference, for I Tomto
I ; For Sale, any expect '
ll bo as active at 85 as he is at 58. Real Estate Bureai
I 1n*! ; Of course Tom knew it was his birthday r.rJ.. .IBO'CriRS: S& CO.
a Pineapple slips and suckers, five varieties for several kind remembranc a

: t.f; July JAMBS delivery.ANDUKWB Enquire, Eden!=of Fla. from but he his did many not friends know of told the him surprise that; #' _____GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY, City Lots, Fruit and Yeget

I .-; "., >arty-that yras evident from his amity Tracts of all sizes for Lands
J to send for Aunt Nettle to comedown 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We Investments Phosphate and Orange Cms

I Pineapple Suckers, and .have Ice cream. In time West Coast._ _
handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay I
.
I.f Aunt Nettle did down and 40
come t r
Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits, Meal J Cotton Seed Meal, both brlghand For
;(, lied Spanish: for sale. 50 others with her to keep her from Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for
( 122-23 I'. O. Box 0 Rio Fla. dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co,
: retting lost, Then Tom says: "Say, ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS,
'''.''of 1 think is and he Bur Brand Fertiliser*-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Ground Fertilizers ,]
something ; was Chicago Ill. Chicago
J up; Bone Nitrate Soda Muriate of totash Sulphate I'otuhl.Kahllt, etc. These fertilizers have no
right-something was up and as the superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.
: ,
11> >:< For Sale. neighbors began to drop In by ones and
wos-but principally twos-It was ev'-
: '; dent that all bad to have '
they come a
't1 2 5 ''a ':.fOU"'ICRida want.pineapple Will give plants.you inside Name prices kinds !rood time, and to remind Tom that he The 2IJFWCLEO WATCHES CLOCKS]

t .and save you money.CAI'T..E.Write A. Waeox to I till him in had grateful some friends remembrance left who, even held 11he Southern Hide & Skin Co. ,

had been supeilntendent of the Sunday ,
Washington, D. C, school for :ifO Diamoni!
t As the house was,years.too small to suit PATS THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR .. .. Jewelry,

Va.
a for Sale. the "Cooper Shop," and adjourn we i Hides Furs Wool Beeswax Tallow Deertongne etc. The Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Pro
did Well, now, 'say, did we not have for S, ,,.
I fun down there' Sure we did. All the

i ', Abbakas, Egyptian and) Golden Queen games that could be thought of were Largest Buyers of Alligator Skins in the South FIRE WATCH and JEWELRY BEPHI
I rrgtto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red played and thoroughly enjoyed by all &dxERYfMI

C ,paDI8b. Apply toMAUDOCK the youngster from Aunt Nettle and A SPECIALTY..
J & MATTIIAMS, old Tom down to Ralph Gardner and Office'and Warehouses on Plant System, East Coast and J., T, & K. W. Track
"Palm Beach finery," John Henry. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid onejwty. R. J. :

\'j, West Palm Beach, Fla. After enjoying ourselves for tome, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 225 W. Bay St, jACKSOinritila.riii.flf *,

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