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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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tIII: : :JI; ;JI: :fI: :fI: :fI: :JI: ston saw then desperate situation and THE WORD PARADISE. Moos ..d Mirror. THE SOUND OF A PIANO.
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:t ;ff: tt said: "They are making a stubborn Some night when the moon l Is at Its
fight here. I shall have to put the bayonet It. Korllvat M...nlnsr w.. mm ..- full and the air Is free from haze go ...mine nfet That May Do 01...
A FORTIETH :JI: to them. Several regiments .10... Ploo..re Ground. outdoors with a hand mirror and hold nno to Ulterior C*..o..

tI: SU' nday.AT A ANNIVERSARY charged Into the field. but recoiled under The earliest meaning of the word It so that the moon's Image will fall ou "A piano". said a dealer, "will sometimes

the fire. One of Brecklnrldge'B paradise appears to have been a walledIn It Make the experiment, preferably develop or seem to develop a
,II v WAR STORY :JI: Tennessee regiments halted at the pleasure ground. In the Hebrew. It. when tile moon is well up in the heav flaw lu some one note,.'which comes to
v edge of the field and refused to go in. was'"perdes," in the Persian "ferdus ens. have a rattle or jingle or unpleasantburr

V :JI: Brecklnrldge and Governor Harris of and from one or other of these the Instead of seeing ono Image as you to It, but this Jarring! sound which, '

' S .tl 1 i OCopyright. h If If APril.862 If M Tennessee who was present, appealed Greeks appear to have derived the will expect you will see four. seems to come from tho piano may in
In vain. Johnston then rode out on his word "parudelsos," from which we get One of these Images will be very reality come from some source quite

if :1:1 :1:1 It iiI: : :(11 I: :(11 I: 11:I: :JI: :11( I: :11( I: magnificent thoroughbred charger Fire our own word. We also know that the bright but the other three will bo dull, outside of It ,
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M" .....- -. .- . . Eater, spoke a few words of encouragement / ancient monarchs of Chaldca and Assyria like unbnrnlshed silver. "Any given note when struck produces
man's ilea bold on for a'time. Preh- to the halting' Tennesseenns and and also of Etcyptconstructed vast They will be In 'a straight line, one a certain number; ot vibrations to

[ 1902, by Q. L. Kilmer.] I tlsa ,fought almost alone at the start said, "I will lead you." At this signal luclomirrs of forest Innd for the preservation of tbe dull Images on one side of the the second. There may be lit the room I

the Confederate bivouacs all war and was driven from his camp about two whole brigades rushed across the of wild animals kept for buntIng bright Image' mud two on the other side some object that Is lu tone sympathy di

I IN in readiness to spring tbe attack 9 o'clock a. m. Sherman was driven field shouting wildly as they met the purposes, and these were also call- of It. Turn the mirror slowly around, with Rome particular note, and that N
upon Grant's advanced line at from his about 10 o'clock and McCler- storm of lead from the crest Tbe ed paradises. Thus the historical and the linages' will appear to revolve will bo set In motion by It when that

, Shiloh church early on the morn. nand gave way at 2:30: p. m. At 4:30: charge went home; the enemy turned meaning of the word comes to this: A around on a common confer. note Is sounded

iff of Sunday April C, 18C2. General Ilurlburt's Federal division lost its advanced and retreated. One of the straying space protected from'all Incursion from The explanation of this queer little "Tho owner of a fine piano sent to us fir
Albert Sidney Johnston the Confeder- camp and at nightfall all that bullets fired In retreat struck John- the outer world In which those who phenomenon may be found In the fact one day to any that there was something -

te leader was at breakfast at 0 o'clock remained in fighting trim of Grant's ston, and in t.i hour he was dead. But were privileged to enter were able to that there are two surfaces In a mirror wrong about a certain not. of

nd, hearing the sound of picket .firingn army was concentrated in the original the hill, tbe "Hornets' Nest," had fall. Indulge In such pleasures us pleased ono In front anti the, other In the back the Instrument so tout that note bad

his front ordered the battle to be. camps of W. tl. L. Wallace's division en. PrentIss( was cut oft from help; their, fancy where the quicksilver Is. an unpleasant sound' when struck.
in. The onslaught was made furlous- which was nearest to Flttsburg Land likewise part of Wallace's line. It is l easy to see the translation from The brightest of the Images Is from When I heard the note sounded, I knewat

", at Shiloh church where General W. ing. The battlefield was in possession The Confederates say that the stubborn the material to the spiritual meaning, the moon Itself. The others are what once that the disagreeable roughness .

'. Sherman's Federal division lay !In of tbe Confederates. fighting of Prentlss after he bad paradise hi the latter sense meaning are known as secondary images, reflected or buza about It was due not to

'rote Sherman's division was at tbe When the attack began there was a been Hanked by the loss of the "Hor the place of the elect or chosen. ThisIs from the front to the back of any defect lu the ,piano, but to something -
rtreme front of Grant's army Mc- wide gap between Sherman and ,Pren nets' Nest" saved Grant' army. There strikingly borne out by the tact that the mirror and thence to the eye. somewhere about in the room '

lernand's division lay nearest to tlss. Tbe retreat of these two divisions was a lull in the attack after Johnston the favorite bnttlecry of the Moslems A similar experiment may be made and, nuking the lady to strike that note
firm belief It is that those who
whoso .
berman's in tbe rear of it and to theft in tbe same general direction fell and General Bragg reopened the; I with the planets Venus, Jupiter and occasionally I walked around the room
, Prentlssj' division lay also to theft drew the lines together. Later in the fight by, falling upon Prentiss and Wallace -, die lighting" ; go straight to heaven was. Mars or with any of the first magnitude to see If I could locate It.
Paradise! Para.dIsel"
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.Ightl FlRbtl
, of Sherman but the Confederate day the retreat of Hurlburt left a gap with his Confederate corps. These : always stars, such as Sirius, Capella, "Passing across tho middle of the ,r''
is
And the probability
Ivancewas so directed that Prentiss between the lines of McClernand and two generals fought until the case strong; 'Arcturun, Vega and Antures room as that note was struck, thecause
on stood at the front receiving,the Wallace and the Confederates poured seemed hopeless, and then,Wallace' 'led that they: got the of word the front the Persian The planets and the stars however, of the jarring accompaniment of la

ill force of the attack. through capturing Prentiss and over his men back in an attempt to cut his Tbe campaigns of the word In its eighth present century.form make only three Images the number of It was discovered to come from the vibration 'i

The early morning picket fight had 2,000 of his command also part of W. way to tbe Landing. He was killed In the use New Testament Is of Greek images depending on the breadth of the of one of tho glass globes on //1
oused some of the vigilant officers In II. L. Wallace's division. Wallace was and Prentrss. finding himself alone object A perfectly clear night Is essential. the cunudeller overhead,
and applied
lerman's and Prentlss' camp, but tbe mortally wounded. Where the fighting and hopelessly beset surrendered his origin to the garden description of Eden Is probably IS of .-New York Herald., "Tho owner of tho piano was almost
oops were everywhere taken at a die was so irregular it is impossible to whole command. General Bragg with Incredulous as to this, the sound bad
Hebrew origin, dating from the periodof
vantage by, the sudden attack. ''DI- describe it in detail. The conduct of drew two divisions from the confusion the Tke Door Old Frond. seemed so plainly to coma from the
alona and brigades were whirled Into some.regiments, batteries and brigadeson of the capture of Prentlsa and rushed captivity.A Those old, pleasant innocent frauds piano itself Hut when at my request .

tlon! from time to' lrne without con both sides was heroic In the ex them In pursuit of Hurtburt's retreatIng of the circus ere not practiced now- she stood under" the chandelier and, I

'cton| ,;with\ each o her., The 9 ntedA treme. Sberman's..troops were. new. troops. But one of Grant's staff Formotttn 1I..m. has the Imposing five barred gates that struck the note she was readily eon.
Why Is It that Oliver Ellsworth
officers had planted a row of batteries: as the bone approached them wore vinced.

"- _____ ___- -_ '"__ ...""" ,Ili'"MI'' on the hill covering the Landing and received so little attention from biographers sloped Into Insignificant wattles and the "I made that globe Immovable and
behind then ,,and historians? asks Frank through which the slgnorliia purported -
Ilurlburt made a stand rings then struck the note on the piano. The
defenses. Some of the Cont.derate.baited Gaylord Cook in The Atlantic. He was to leap, but which In reality answer was clear and sweat and true. .

before closing In, and:"only one< not born in Massachusetts or Virginia. were Insinuated over her by compliant ."So you see, the sound of the piano 4
I or two brigades really exchanged shot la Connecticut like Pennsylvania, the attendants. And then there was that may for one thing depend much upon
with the new enemy. At this time tbe< historic field has been meagerly I tilted. venerable jockey performance the culmination Its surroundings and what may seem ,

two "unbolltLel1ngton: and Tyler: Moreover, tbe dramatic ond opportune of which was a leap from the to be a defect In a piano may be la re-
at the Landing opened fire on the datIng quality of his work has been perceived ring to a standing position albeit at ality attributable to something quite

Confederates, and Nelson's dive only through the perspective of subsequent an angle of 30 degrees on the horse's apart from the piano itself 4,
sion of Buell's army marched down years. To negotiate an unpop back. la the old circuses It was the "And than It might easily be that
the elope pouring In. fresh volleys np ular convention for a party just retiring custom of th. borovinan. to miss thecrowning some noble Instrument that had seemed -
of the from offlce In defeat and I Ignominyis two or three time. In bit
on the exhausted fighters day jump to declining or to developing
It was the failure of this last nttael not conducive to Immediate fame. order that a fiercer dame of Interest faults owed its apparent change! to a
upon the Landing that the enemy and .Nevertheless be has not been wholly might be kindled In the audience. Aft. change of environment or to some specific .

some others called the salvation ogrand's overlooked by subsequent statesmen er two failures the band would stop outside cause and was In realityas
army. Webster said of him: "For strength ot (always the presage of a moment of good as ."er. us would happily be

Shlloh has been fought over again ,reason, for sagacity, wisdom and sound strain supreme), the bor e'. bead discovered whenever the instrumentwas
and again In print. General Cenure g'OOllselille In the conduct of affairs, for would be loaned he would be urged to again brdught under favorable

gard. second In command to Johnston, moderation of temper and general ability. a greater pace, and the feat would conditions."-ChlciiRO Inter

say that he advised his chief to 11'0< It may be doubted If New"England gloriously sucrrtul. Then what a crushof -....;......, ....Oceanj I
bnck to Corinth and not attack at al: has yet produced his superior. brass and outburst of delight In the '
Th. Indian Duels Tr..k.A. .
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What he said as chief justice of thetn1ted Involving even the staff and 4
after his failure to surprise Grant 01 building,
little tin earthen
or pan or sometimes
at Savannah
States to the grand Jury
lu tbe expression oft ecstasy.
Saturday as be bad planned. ringmaster
bait a cocoanut shell supportedon
In 1700 was the aim of his life, daysl-Corn-
Those old. simple
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UKOBOB: L. (VILMKH.Moklo : three stones Is filled with water on
sacred to the
"So let us rear an empire
bill.
rights of men and commend a government which Is sprinkled a rwl powder rendering

*; It Clear of reason to tbe nations of the ".... JVor. That Ar. l>....," Je'.. It practically opaque.> A little

To confuse a witness Is generally an earth." --. r "Some years ago," says the advertising duck of wood or |porcelain Is placed
agent of a tobacco fIrm quoted by upon the surface, where It at first
:; :;;: easy task, and lawyers know no easlci
JENERAL JOHNSTON LEADING CHARGE THE "HORNETS''I way than to make a witness explainthe A Witty Moitly of Pop. the Philadelphia Itevord "I wished to floats but at the command of the performer
NEST." meaning of his words, knowing A. narrated by* Edward \Valford In Introduce among the Chinese a two for suddenly dives remaining submerged -

that very few people can do so without his "0 renter London." Frederick, five cigar that my people were heavily until again ordered to rise y

McClernand's and the divisions or Doth getting excited. Occasionally a victim prince of Wales, sometimes visited Alexander Interested In, and I decided to draw up Thin very lnRenloutrick s depends
'itly ate advance with little wad regard furious for and the loss appar-of Wallaces had been at Donolson. Manyof resents this nagging and answers In a Pope at his villa. On one occasion a little card extolling this cigar In Chincso I upon the fact that In the bottom of the

drivenom I, the Confederates bad never seen spirited and unexpected manner. A when tbe prince was on a visit cIl ract..rs. vessel there Is a minute bole through t
-to so his long riimpn as the and enemy pushed was back to- r ftrbttng. Four events of tbe battle bad lawyer was cross examining a young Pope after expressing tbe most dutiful "I sought out Lo Hen Wong In flan which passes a hair One end of this t' s
,
of attachment his Francisco (Istelllgont fellow Is attached to the duct; the other remain
a
ard Landing. on Tennessee important results. Tbe destruction of girl of rather haughty temper. She had professions gave very
Plttsburo opportunity of observing and him to write ale a few n<>ntencet at the disposal of the performer:
nJm was to drive Sherman's line was the first blow to testified that she bad seen the defendant royal highness an got
ver. Into Johnston's river before help could Grant Upon that disasters 'followed .'eh,." a book at tbe plaintiff and very shrewdly that his (tbpoet' In praise of my article I bad and Is attached by means of a pellet tl
rant the
Inconsistent l'. wrote lithographed and distributed of wax:, to bis tomtom or to one of the
Buell's which fast Prtrotl s. division fought dearly the lawyer bad seized on the word. *> love (or princes was what
ach him from army
bis dislike for kings since the cards by thousands In all band wltb which be beat It When
with
book What do.
field from the the whole day alone and was finally "Shy-shy a you .
as marching to the In time become kings. Said the Chinatowns of the United State, be wishes the duck to dive he pulls
captured about 4 o'clock. Nest came menu by that Will you explain to tit princes may .
side Tennessee.Grant
ist of the
nine miles distant from the stubborn battle at the 'lIorneta'Nest court what the word '.b,' meaner'The bps royal highness: They were Inscribed with a picture of tile; hair When he desires It to rise. '

was Landing the battle be ." where General Albert Sidney girl leaned over the desk beneath "Mr. Pope, I bear you don't Ski the cigar and below were the words: be relaxes the pulL r I p
when ,
Ittsburg Johnston was killed. This was tbe the witness box picked up a princes." 'Smoke this cigar.. It Is the best on the There Is naturally some amount of ''

an. The day, before General Nelson only instance in the war where an lawbook and threw it at tbe lawyer's "Sir. I beg your pardon." market and two for five Is Its prle .' leakage through the pinhole and tocover !
ached Grant's headquarters at Sa- commander was killed in battle. bead who dodged just In time. "Well then yon don't like kings." That at least. Is what I thought this the performer takes care, : .

annab with a division of Buell's army After Johnston's death a portion of his "I tblnk the court now understandsthe "Sir. 1 must own that I like the lion was the meaning of the Chinese character when filling tbe pan to accidentally (?) (' .A

oops and Grant sent him forward to. command made a dash for nttsburg meaning of the word 'shy.'. laId best before his claws are grown." *. I found out some six month iplll a little water. The ground being I
ard the Nelson says that Grant could well have been bap- mistake. Tbe words Lo Hen thus already wetted the tact that It
front Landing, and Sunday at Shiloh was the Judge !gravely, and the girl was allowed No reply later uiy \
)IJ htm there'would be no battle at I to finish her testimony without pier. Wong bad written and which I bad lets a little more Is not noticed.Chambers' .- \
closed. __________ JournaL
await 'Don't smoke
lat point Grant Intended to Sherman's division appears to have further IDterruptloo.-I.oodon TIMJIts. bad lithographed were: i
:uell'g arrival in person at Savannah.ut disorganized In getting C-ltlvote Tact. this cigar. It Is not good. But the ,
when the firing became heavy at been completely Is to say l.galaltlr. ....lo*. The average man who curses his luck Gong company's cigarettes for sale In Tile Tttlmm to ills Aw Wl' Slllnr. I
Ulloh he hurried to the field. On the back to a new pollltlon-that Prentiss' We often met companies of sis or because he wasn't'born' with money to every Chinatown at 3 cents a package Wealth Is a relative term. One man .
together.
the units did not fight of his opportunitiescould be passing rich on UO a year, and
Grant ordered Oener1 promenading take advantage excellent nay
ay to the front driven from Its camp, eight or more penguins are = '
1 Lew Wallace whose division was division was the command regiment on tile arctic Ice pack In the sunshine. get all tile money he want. from .. "Lo Hen Wong had got $10 from mIP mother may be miserably poor on
rallied
but Prentice who have It If be had a small and I don't know how 44x1. This was beautifully Illustratedo
t Crump's Landing, below Plttsburg and formed a new When they saw u.. they generally exhibited people for his work
,ending to march to the scene of the by regiment him to hold the curiosity and approached to stock of tact The youth who basal much be /got from the long company. : me the other day. when. driving past !
line. Grant ordered who have faith .!n him thousands of the a popular Ayrshire "place of drinks," I
Khtlng.: Wallace had B.OOO men. but all hazards and be get a nearer view 1 do not know It any friends We distributed many ,
rough a misconception of orders by second line at and captured. these birds have the instinct of tile could have an army of them if there cards before we got( on to the trick vas balled from tbe roadside by a man

'jme one b<> took a roud which delayedIs I, fought till Prentiss overwhelmed surrendered the hot naturalist and take a lively!: Interest was to his makeup a small stock of that had been played ou us." who claimed friendship on tha strength
arrival in time to take part in the Before doubtless philosophic from their pointof tact of "living next door when we were
made by
the field was ... .
fighting of or fa| rf. "
test married be
and railroads Ha getting
was
attle., With this loss Grant foughtbat Ilurl- view In everything new which presents Tact has built more bridges toy*
numbers his command and tbe divisions Itself or If tbe object of their financed mere bank., created Tie Do you find It an Interesting! mid, and on that 1 suppose was feeing .
day against superior these three
and W. II. L. Wallace story I
' at Shiloh burt Is entirely practical but more public reputations and capped unusually happy. i
'oth sides used artillery of the work investigations !
divisions bearing the brunt Slie -Oh, very. I'm so anxious to get la and let staun
all ) me
i-lth murderous effect The Federal McClernand bad they certainly came near us with a distinct more achievements than the ability '[ Jall. come on w
and end that really can't help skipping "
Sherman to the
atterles mowed down the charging after purpose of making examination. talent and genius In the world. More 70U something, be said. "Don't think "
been driven back. It acquire. possessions neurly every other page.-Chicago ""e nae money. There's a pound note..
onfederotea with terrible execution held by But If we bad tbe misfortune to excite subtle than money,
The key to the last position less cost Surer than brains Kecord-Herald. Would you believe It no' a week IIln"I l
nd when the federlllintantry made a the flank of much curiosity they became aggressive. at '
Wallace and Ilurlburt on close bigger things with greater ) [ bad gale S3; but what wl' buying
dad upon some ridge the southern tbe crest of Oue would first come It achieves
a thicket on Ad..<...
Frentitis was and I've the
makingay and reconnoiter and tben? on his ease.-New York Press. furniture things. spept
uns tore the ranks to pieces flelo. swept! to ns
I a bill. In front was an open Advice Is a good thing, but It will always ther twa. Aye and afore the wad-
In. would advance witha
their own tbe others
for the advance of five hours order,
'antry.Brant's. I by Federal batteries. For brigade aftPl'brigade menacing sir and the battle began,. Some people area welcome to come be something of a nuisance until en'. ower I believe that pound'll be
the Confederates burled because the givers of It accept responsibilityfor netted tae. By gettln' tnarrled's
you gore
back
sometimes bad the
way
which
line Irregular owns battle rn we over by
was very and all were a >
the, thicket. that the bad as readily as they take to rln awa' wi' slllar. But
upon and know tho: thing
and demonstrate effectively! our seen their kitchen
to the formation of the ground At trouble to bare
repulsed with frightful carnage. bad 10ur.AtchllM1DGioia. credit for the gpodv SaturdayTost. m"enloi rome on In and bAe a drink."-Glasgow
as
he direction of tbe Confederate al of BrecklnrMge were superior Kreogth.-Geograpbical Mag It eook* as "
last the reserves rimes.,, _
ack. Sherman and McClernand were called In to make a last attempt John- azlne 4 -- yti.rlet "
' osest. and McClernand helped Sher-
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2; EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MAY 9, 1902. .

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--i : NOTICE; f"" .' cJ1+ I Odg: sti. rlption of T..and: A Am t t dvrr er. 4ription of Land. Sao T. R. A. Ar


"r'l; '' ,m h,. ryonaa. : \ m Hindle, . .11'ait. 1boundwestbyWoot
wlrr!!'! Fleh. '>: .... ,Beg 60 feet east. of southwest- -
sofdat ,
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ia hereby given that the following d I be > : 'V" ? 461'r' en, th by Hammond, east
\ cornerttof lot 10
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NOTICE recast
e auction on the 2nd daxof.JIIDf'J,902, t \ the County >. feet ..'. r 'by Id.aDd-eouth.b Mul- .
of much thereof .. .r north feetxwest 4L,,., ,. twty w v bert IItreet Cocoa. 33"
Brevard.or BO .will be necessary to payths/amount/ duAfor } '. feet, south 60 feet, being part ulia .jLiNortheast 24 SO 2
taxes herein- Bet to the with Bale j' Tall. W of lot 16 plat of
opposite same, together costfof such and ad- ,
t. Of tot1"8 block
&10 of :F Titus iIJJ!
,
Iy
': f' 1 'sc. J.[ Indian River .
g vertising. ( iif -Vllle, . . . . :: 3' 22 '35 IfF 3 8 9 Charlotte Herr ., Northeast of City.Jot 28. 33 24 86 1
J' E Lanouette. . South ( lot 5 block 8, X1'1- % plat of
ft o "I ur Indian) River . .
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rI.} ..*'tusville Ji . . . . 3 22 a6. 1 SJ Win Ilindle. Lot It shown City 33 24 36 4
4[ i HJ Brown. ... . Lots 9,10, block 11, Titusville. 322M 4 97 as by assessor'splat .
: of
Cocoa..c
OWNER. DESCRIPTIO g : James Nettles . Lot 7 block Id Titusville 33 21 30 4
3
f A 211 89 1 6 fJ I Wm Gue thner. Lot 8, 9, Singleton's 2nd addition !-
i f'' .- FI DG .. ..0. B H Adams'" ;, ... . Lot 6.L block 28, Titusville. .... 3 22 85 91 1 r to
rI eJ O W Griggs.', . Lots 5, 7, block: A, Fisher's addition Cocoa.?, 83 24 39 3
} aqy '. JamesIVinn.: . Lot 1, 2, 3, 4 87. .
1 24
I p7 4oI"EBCarter. o ai Titusville . .. . ;-3 22 35 8 01 N Gulbransen ... North & of northwest kaouthwest 37 131 6
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J T Price: . ::. Lot 4, block B, Fiaher'a addition -
i . .. North 23 acres of south halt of' M of southwest )3 i, and
Jot 2. . . . . .'. 36 20 84 23 $6. 40 I TitusvilleLot . 3 22 SO 8 01 lots 9, 10.( . 1 24. 37
W A Cone. . . ; North lot 3. . .. . 36 20 34 40 2 n ZNIckols . . 27, Joynervllle, an addition A GulbransenCM . Southeast &, less north 40 acres 2 24 37 164 6
I T Napier. . ... North Hot South S6 of Wm. l. to 'I' tUlvllle . . . . 3 22 35 1 66 Weaton.. South 4 of southeast kr of 120 C
Garv . .. .. M .' Emma Nickola Lot 28. Joynerville, an additionto northwest \i. 14. 24 37
. . . ... ?4 37 20 35 600 10 08 Titusville . . . .-. 8 22'. 85.- 2 45 James- Finn. ...... Lot 1. . .-. . 6 24 38 20 2
E W DUss.. ..; ... :. North y. of Acosta(}rant. ., 34 Josephine Cobb. Lots 28 i'ltuevllle 20 31 ;Rerdell'a addition A S. Clevland .. ,South K of lot 3.' 2 23 36 6'1
; 88 20 33 . . . ". 3 22 33 ... 3 01 A B Clevland.- North 2'J feet of lot 3. 8 1 If
2107 a 25
(000. 36 1
\ r A Myera. .. . Lot 22, .Aurantla additlonngm-4, ; F' f' Bent. Young.' (Eat.): Lot.41. Rerdell'a. addition' TI- 1:I!! yrt'talviille 't' BenJ. Uaggf.. .. ,. 1 .. . . . 1M i
.. ber I, platted In book'C, \ H B Metzer .V 3Ji2, 'G..4 .' 1/21 ,, of lot ,4. . . . 2 25 36 10
Lot 41 :'
block SO in '
pages 4, li, 6, Volusla county 38 208 5 2 19 < \. plat Deed. Martha ;E Sullivan'; 1 acre in northea. t M of northeast -
H.E ;Marsb...'.. ., Lot :J, Aurantla addition,OIlIn- I Book I, page COS) . . . 4' 22 85' 2 11 V, west of U.'l? -: 25 36 i
ber 1 platted In Book C., BenJ. llojfg.: .. Block 44: plat in Deed Book I, Sara R Wynn. .. South S% acres of lot esD 1 1 a''
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pagee 4, IS, 6, Volusla county. 38 20 M 6. 2 19 page 605. . 4 22 35 .. 1 80 cribed Deed Book G C lp
P southwest I
J Turner. ;. 4 acre square! in corner \
Unknown. ..... 6Aurantlaadditlon, number 114 .-.- .-. 14 25 86 2
.: I.' matted- In Book Coo of. northeast 3( of north- h _.. Sara.R Wynn . South 138 acres of Hnnthaaat IS Ml. 2J\llt .v...o* n.5 .r>
t b pages'4-3, 6, Volnsla county; 38 20' M 6 2 If) wren y4. . . . . 4 Chas K ...
o A Sackett.. .... Lot A, Aurantlaadditlonnum- Kenyon. Northwest acres*' of northwest ?U. Ooquln. . . . .' . 23 25 36 2 i
A ber I, platted In' Book 0., less 3>? (o Feaster, and A V Hiscock. . ''rart lot 1, and of northeastOf q .. 3 a),
7 4, 1S,6 Volueia 88 20 ms begin 313 feet south of northwest northeast
pages county 3i 1 DtJ I K section 24, :
ilackett Droe. .. . Beginning at southwest- corner corner of northeast % and part of lot 2 of section 19, .
of lot A, of Anrantle addition of northeast 3a, run east 90 described Deed Book K, page .. '
t. number- !run north 1210 feet feet- south 222 teet'west 90 ,
138t . 24" 38
L i feet and north 222 feet, . 4 22 35 38 6 64 :
) west 48-1 feet, south 1210 feet : 19 23
?I and Mst 484 feet . . 38 20 33 1s.J. IS 0.-I E P "Wilbur.1\. . ? Northeast- J.( of northeast >/. ,G '22: '85 40..7 23 A V'Hiscock.. .. Part lots 3'aiid 4 of"section 24", .. 37 34 *'
Unknown. . .... All L. Cra on Grant ... . 40 20 M 29 271 James Daniels. .-. North acres of south }f of > .' and part lots 4 and 5 of sec- it > ." I i
WmU: Danam... ... All toIe-gul- Grant, . . . .. 42 20 35 8.t38! 95 72 northeast . . . . 5 22 35 6' ;11 89 \ ,, tionl9described. Deed 'Book Iii 1 1
WmM: DaJJam... .. All Segur Grant. . . .... .. 44 20 84 168 220 J W Carll le. .. . North X of.east % of southeast K, page 138, and C 462. .'_It. .t24' Wm M Dallam... .. All Segui Grant. . . . .. 4S: 00 M 8301.30, X of northwest %. . . 5 22 ,83; 6 ". .180 x in osj 37 87 i
Wm DaJJam... All 8eul- Grant. . . . 87 21' 84' 891 49 7 A Utdley., ..... ,.. North j of lot 1, aft lot a and : .W P Clement (et al) LotolV/lS/piat/ 'of GeorgYana' 25 36 S41:!

1 DACooper- . . Part 01 eouthweet3 of northeast southeast }:{ of southwest- #. 6. 22 35 160 6 27 .. . ?. itO J 25 37 21 23
1?i ifv U. deBcrlbed Deed Book: A lladley.;. . Southeast yof northeast U and J B Parker. .. East> of southwest- ... 26 25 88 tt> 491'Tl:'
D. D., page 163. ., .. .. 3 20 3/S/ 636 6 67i northeast> X of southeast 6',22 85 80 2 BO J R Thompson .. Part'f9t 2, described Deed Book
i n W Darling ..... East of northwest of lot 2. 8 20 85 2 71 A Hadley . . LotI8,4. . . . . . 8286, 00 249 }'F. page 45 0 25 37 6 1 8'!)i
r 0 Mosif'r.. . Lot 1 (or all fractional). .. 1 20 83 61 3 84 East Coast Realty John Shippie ... South :38 acres of lot 2, and all)
ici D Olin Clark (et al) North 28 acres 01 lot 2. . . 13 20 3iS 28 4. 52:J Company... .. .. 'Lots 2, 4, 6,8,10,12,14, 16, 18, lots 3 and 4, except south 5 I
Butler Campbell South 18 acres of outhweat 3. 20, 22: of Wilbur'lIaubdivislonIf acres and leas 6 acres in lot 2
of northeast U, south 11 acre ( north 20 acres of Delesplne to Thompson 6 23 I
i I Grant. . . . . . 3,22 35 1294 JJ Lots 37 13810 38
of lot 1 and north of lot 2. 13 20 35 71 7 83 1, 2, 10 to 37, 39. 41,43 to,
ED Carter.. ,1. .. West 26 acres of lot tlot 2 and East Coast Realty 62 Inclusive. plat of Horti. 7
northeast 3( of aoutheast 3(. 81 20. M 00 8 00 Company. .. All, except- Wilbur's subdivion 17 I
Mrs E H EdmuDd- Delesplne- Grant. . . 8 22 35 < 100 15 67 . . . 18 25 37 8 L'p:
coo .. ... . South 36' of southeast 34'oi" East Coast; Realty Jennie A Singleton. North 55 acres of southeast' 10 25 37 65 4 9\\
northeast 3I of outhwe U. 31 20 33 6 1 61 Company .. .. All Delesplne- Grant. . . 0. 22 85 040 798 E Steinhotiser... South 10 acres of southeast 1

E T Bowen . .. Southwest 3I of loutbeaat 3( of East Coast Realty I of southeast U ,,. 10 25 37 10 4 U
loutbwest 81 20 31'') 10 1 80 Company. .. Lot 1, north >, of lQt 2, west- X I D Hiscock.. .. . South 6 7-10 acres of Int 1, and f

Geohunt .. .. .. 'I.ot 3 . . . ... . .... 19 20 30. 31 723 of northeast 3I and. northwest north 1-3 of north js of lot 2,
Unknown. ..: .. Northweat 3I ot southwe U. 16 21 34 40 1 00 *4 of southeast 3jt' Delesplne < and part lot 3 ; 15 25 37' 30 4 4t f
J!' S aabate ... ..... North 2 acres of southeast U o f. Grant . . . C ... 10 22 85' 416 ,640 O.A. Fallin .... Lots 2, 4, Cocoa Beach Association -
loutheaat 3( of southwe 4_ 5 21 3S 2 1 23 East Coast Realty . 20 23' 37 1 89Improvement'Aeeociation
Chrfltlna 0 Dran South 8 area of southealt U- of Company .. . Northwest. !*{: and.n. 11.1t.of '; __ __ 'u u EO! WW.hirT.. .. . _.u.fc_ T_,. tiliw.lr__ __ n* r<.Q_..k ,
southeast ohouthwf"lt y. 6 21 :1o 8 6 4() suuuuncev n ac.copwv..auv!! I&G Z: vv 4mJ:: avp OH 20 25 37 100
John Aepinwall. Northeast 1of northeast 3I .. 7 21 35 40 1 5 East. Coast Realty C II Williams (Est.) South 7# acres- of lot 4. .. 31 25 37 7t 4 97
_ John Aepinwall Northwest of northwest U.. 8 21 83 40 2 71 I. Cotnpanyt. All, Delespine Grant . . ]6 22; .35 640 708 Calvin Thlgpen. ; Lot I. . . . . . . 6 20 37 1. 1 20!) ,
FE Sackett. ; .. North U of northeast 3j orouthwest East Coast Realty C H Williams (Est.) North 20 acres of lot 1., .... tt 26 37 20 741
U, leas 38 feet on Company . All, Delespine Grant. . 21 22 35 640 788 E Rudleill.., . .. South 12 70-100 chains of lot 1.
east side . . . 8 21 35 9t S 81 :East Coast Realty except.land to Ramsey and
B M Hawthorne... Lot 9, re-B bdlvbion of lots 1, Company All, fraction, Delespine Grant. 22' 22 35 500 763 Carpenter' ." . ,. .. 0 26 37 20 12 18
2,7,8,0,14,17 18, 10, 20:. 21, Coast 'Realty 8 Carpenter .. . part lot 1, described Deed Book ,
( 2:1: and west 6".: acres or lot Company . All, Delespine Grant. ._" . 27 22 35> 610 708 R, page2S5. . . . . 6 26 37 6J 493:
22 of J. M. Hawthorne' list I '- East Coast Realty JNChalker, . Part 8, described Deed- Book

aubdlvf ion . . . . 16 21 35' 1616 17 Company . All, Delespine.Grant . . 28 22 35 > 640 798 Z, page 1149. . .V. . 6 20 37 10* 0 32
Elijah A Sackett. .. Part of south *, of northwest East Coast Realty M A Stewart. . Strip 2 chains and 82 links wide ..

described Deed, Book S. Company . East X, Delespine Grant . 83 22 85 820 486 across Merritts island from .

r page 7. . . . . .... 17 21 33 6t 5 5 7 East Coast Realty Indian River- to Banana River
Unknown. . . W'est of southwest 3I of Company. . .? All, Delespine Grant . . 9. 23 35 640 7 118 being part' of lot 3, des
sOllthealt of lIoutheaat! U. 20 21 83 6 2 4 A A Brown. . South ft of southeast 34. . .. 8 22: 36 80 4 97 '# crlofdDeed Book DD, page
Chae D WaInwright Part of northeast U of north- Joe Lennon . Lot 8. . . . . . . 23 23 35. 00 1.310 286 . ; . . :. 0 26 37 6* 762:
west U, descrJbed Deed BookS ; J E DIckBon.". . Part of northeast J.4 of north- ? Ennis... Mouth 6 acres of lot 3. and north : .

pages 188 and 108 . . 20 21 s., 6 2 10 east- H, described! Deed. Book < t. 1 acre of lot 4 . . 02tf 37 6i 6 3:
Florida Loan and K, page 117 23 23 85 5 219 H J Allen. . ,: South 1JJi acres of north 13J' :

Trust. Company North ;: of northeast 3I of DT. J. Tiflln ... ,,, North & ofnortheast34southeast .aeresoflot4. . .'. ... . 6 26 87 '1H 632'Calvin
i southeast 3( of northwest 3(, % of northeast- 3I, and Thigpen,, .;; South 4 72-100 chains of lot 4? 0 26 37 8* 6 0'.1
lells j( acre to Butler . 20 21 35 3i 2 20 northeast & of southeast!' %. 12; 23 30 160,1234& J A Boothe.. ..1. Lot 14 Dickson'8 subdivision. -
J'ohnButlel'.. ... Part ofsoutheaet4 of north- Thos A""Dell. . Lots! 4, 6, subdivision of Gov. '. of lot 1 of section 7 and lots

west 3I,east of R. H.ln north- lots 1,2,3 . . . .. 18 23 86 117 840 1 and 2 of section 8. . .': 7
k east eorner. . . . . 20 21 3tS 11 1,51 Mrs J E Dlckron. Lot 1, subdivision of' Gov.. lots . . . . . . 826 87 20 9 70
( BFHerndon. . South 34 of northwest- 'M of : 2, 4/5 . . . . . 19 23 80 27* 3 01 J A Bootlie.. .-. : Lot 10. Dickson's subdivision '
southwest 34 of northwest 20 21 8Q 5 1 80 Fred- Whitlock . South 6 acres of north 29" of .lot 1 of section 7, and

Stanle-y.- . . Part of aouthwest3of northwest acreS of lot 1. . . . 22 23 86 6 1 89 lots 1 and 2 of section 8. :. '. 7
, , , , , :, 20 21 35 .2 801 -IT- .-T Tlmn-....... . Un..tK--.... IX-- .A.._......,? -".f -1n..". !.>. --n.4..- . . . . . . . n-xo 37 9' B 70( >
Mary L Taylor.. Part lot .1, described Deed look north 2-3 of lot 4. . . 22 23ftJ 86 14 80 John Carson. .... Lot 4. . . . . .;. 14 20 37' 83 0 02
? V, page 101. . . .; . .28 21 M :35 301 HJ Tiffin. . Southwest K- . . . . 24, 28: 36 100 4 97 Annie E Carson Lot 3. ..I . . . 14 26. 37 78 6 O'l
1 J'acksonvil1eTampa II J Tiflln . Southwest- % of northeast U, John' Carson ..... I.ot" and southeast W of southeaet)4 -
and Key 'Vest Railway Southeast % of northwest > ; 15,", 26 37 90 771
'. Company. :3 J acres In town plat of LaGrange. northwest U of_ southeast! tj: Annie E Carson.: Lot:1andnortheast3iofsoutheast: -
: . .... ....... 28 21' M 3' 301 and northeast n' of south- U .*. . . . . 15 2ft 87 91 7 71
A. J barter- . . All south jy 01 Ollthwest .U, west 3I. . . . .'. 23 23 80 160 6 17 JABoothe.,. .. . NorthJ3.t'1'H0IJotl. . : 17.' '26 3713. 1993.
welt of R. R. . .'. . 28 21 83 4:1: IS 27 It J Tiflln i . .... Lot 4, and west % of southwest B Jllilliard.-. South & of lot 1 lt Plat In Book.
Unknown, !. . Triangular pfade In northeast % southeast,*(. . . .27 2330 68 68 48 Opage 761 . ... . . 20 26 37 5 4.9a
corner of sOl1thwf\Bt 3j of II J Titiln .. .. Southeast 3(' of northeast- U. John, Aspinwall. ? Lot 5, plat;, in Book;O, page 751. 20 .
outhwest }I. bound welt by east K of southwest U, and . . . :. : . . ...; 21 26 '37 11. 11 08
t R. R . . . .'. . 28 21 M Ii 1 81 southwest U of southwest K liB 23 36 160 783 R C Creech .. . South 4 2-3 acres of lot 10 plat i
fr R S Smith... . Northwest corner of lot 2, subdivision John 8 White. .. Northeast M . . . . 12 23 37 160 406 in Book Q, pages 744 and 747 21
of northeast jI of MJ Walker- . South Jf of lot 3. . . . 12 !23 37 10 169 I . . . 28 28 37 41 6 23-
northeast jj 20 21 8.'S 2 .1 96 Alice M Fish, ., Begin 14 64-100 chains easo. John. Aspinwall. South 2.3 of lot 1, and of northeast .. .
Emma Wallace.. South of lot 11aubdlvieionof northwest corner of section U of northeast -K . 22 20 87 62 6 32
northeast! 3s of northeast- 3j. 29 2t S5 5 3 01 29, run south 12: 61-100 chains, John Aspinwall. South 2-3 of northwest >V of
d' D L Aldt'rman... Fart of northwest- 3I of north- east to Banana River and northwest U . . .. . 23 26 '37 20 .383
4i; east 3I, and part of northeast northeast to section line and EinilZahnd... .. South 2 1-3 acres of north 12))>" .
1.... nf no..t.h..t L... deao..lb..d. wnpt27ciainato beaInnlna29- 23 37 821 fl no nf- .Jot. -9.- .. .. .. .. ._ .. . . . -oa -Oft v.QT m -'I A*-
'? a in Deed'Book G;page 322'. 29 21 35 10 7 00 MraKVIIall. . Lots! Sand 4. . :. . :. :31 23: 37''is) 884 1\1 E Ensey. .. ? .. Lota 3 and 4, plat of StewHrt's .Ir
.' }<[ E Coats .'.. Lot 6, subdivision of northeast- Joseph Lynn . Lot 1, subdivision of lot :J. . 85 23: 87 '10' 160 homestead. '. . ; .. . 33
U of northeast J . . 29 21 35 fi 2 45 AMCady ., .. North U of lot Boo . . .. 86 23 87''' 20 4 97 ;. . . . . . 34 26 '37 8 1490.
Emma Wallace North 4 acres west! of public 8 M Morton .. South j of lot 3, and north 23 G F Ensey... ... Lot 12, plat of Stewart's homestead

road In I southwest 3(of northeast acres of lot 6 . . . . 36 23 87 45 7 63 . .. . . . . :33 \ .
ti 3a.. . . . . . 2W 21.. 33 4. 1 00 A A Degrauw. (Est). South % of northwest M of . . 34 20 37 10! 9 40
{ JacksonvllleTampa northeast }', less. triangular A Bennett .. Lot 1. northeast- Xof northeast-
and Key West Railway "" piece east opt public road and X, less north 10 acres. . .34 26 37 68 4 93

Oompanr. Northwest 3' of northeast3a, of ... triangular piece in southwest Gleason. Brothersand
aonthwellt! n . . .. .. 2f1 21 33 10 ,2'40 corner of northeast 3.(: . 10 24. '80 20 '3 91 Company. ... Undivided 2-3 interest- In all. .; 1 27 36 640 1300
An Wallace (agent) Northeast of southeaBt 30 21 86 40 :22U J. Mary A Dorian,. .. Part lot 3 and south pare of east A J Perry (receiver) Undivided X interest in all.. 1 %27 30 640 658
II T Allen.. .. . ;West 15 acres of east 25 acres K southwest- X . . 17 24 36 21$ 18 81 Gleason- Brothers
otaouthwest oflloutheasH( :J2 21 8IS ItS 5 27 F R Veomitt... ... North W of and and' Company ? Undivided 2-3 interest in all
,I J E Bennett. . Lots 0, 1, subdivision of Gov. east- l< of tll'. . 19 2-&, 86 160 4 U A J p except east K of southeast K 2 ,,27 30 560 9 40

....__.. _. ._ ]lot.2.-. ,. :13 21 M ,0 627 A S Brown ....:... Lot 4. Ijixon's ... 20 rry'recelver( )) Undivided O./I.L 1-S interest in___.aU. .. __ __ ___ _
.I"'IIJ. 10nng (a.eo.l I.ot8, ubdlvlslon u, fro.. w. 2 BJ: 21 H6. 0 49j 7 r . .. . . 21-24 80 19 753 1 aft 4 Vl A>
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S Jt,1l:1trlckland: ... fart 01 block 10, described Deed J G Kock..... .. Southwest}{ of northeast- X, .
p; Rook 0 0, pape liD, lUce'l ad- a east ft of northwest > and Gleason west of southwest %. -3 27 30 160 032
dltlon Titusville '. .. 33 21 8/1/ 1 northeast tf of southwest 3I 23 24 86 160 6 57 Brother .
Ben j. Young(fEst.)r Lot 1 and east 3i\ feet- of lot 2.. 321 85 68 I 44 60 Wm Guenthner.... Southeast 3j. . . . . 26 24 86 160 610 and Company. Undivided- 2-3: interest- in east '
Den- Young (Est.). North part of lot 2 not em- Concordia Land and }iandeastNofwI'8tM. 32736 480 7 73
4 braced in Ooleman,s addItion Improvement Association AJ Perry (receiver- ) Undivided- 1-8 interest in east _

'to7'ituavilleexcept 34 acre .. Southeast- 4( of northwest Ji', }{, and east 3i of west % 8 27 80 480 4 (00 I
to Norwood. . . . 321 33 7 G 87 and northeast 34 of southwest C II Conover. .... South' K of northwest of -
'V $ Norwood. . Part of Go\. lot 2, described- X. . . . . . :20 24 36. 80 61 northeast J.&, south % of
84 21 33 i 18i p Wm Guenthner Southeast 3j of northwest K of northeast Ji",and southeast M. 4 27 36 260 821)
1 :r P Turner. . .. Iot5lexieptt, stripagonlnorth southwest . . . . 20 24 36 10 18 Wm aicCabeGleaaon . Lots 2 and 4. . . . . 0 27 36 73 11 20
i aide. block B, Cole-man's- addition Wm Guenthner. South part of lot 3, described Brothers- ,'r',
Titusville . . . 34 21 3$ ]008 Deed Book K, page 631\ . 27 24 30 5 86 and Company Undivided interest- In south *
J' r Turner . ... Lots 4 lit 7, 8 0,12 13 block C II T Denton- .... .. Begin 406 feet north of south- >;i of southeast J-4 of north-
.t CulemanteadditfonTitusville 84 21 M 436 west corner of lot 5, run east U. west 36 of southwest
ME Norwood.. . Begin 102: feet north of north- north 33 feet, toast to river, Jof northeast J(, north >;of
east- corner- of block D, Jole- I south 33 feet and west to beginning '. northwest 3( of northeast Ul \I

man'a addition to Titusville, . . . . . 28 21 80 ii.. 604 north K of. southeast- )y .
run north 75 feet, west 1O'J W J Ilender.. .. Begin 403; feet- north of southwest southeast U, north >j of r. J
feet- south 73 feet, east 100J corner of lot 6, run northeast $ of southeast >/. 10 27 36 100 4 2G '
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feet . . ., . . 3' 21 35 4 21 north 33 feet, east to river A J Perry- (receiver) Undivided 1-8 interest- in south
H E Norwood. . Lots 4 and n, block 4, Titus addition south 33 feet and west to beginning ;: .; >; of southeast of north- I

1 'l'itI18ville . . 8-i 21 33 ;2 60 ... . .. . :28 24 30 1J504) east J4, west >i of southwest :
.t n Vondt. ... .. .. AU block 5, Titus addition to E Kelluin. . .. Begin- 80tt feet north Ji of northeast J(, north >' of !
Titusville . . . . 34 21 8.1 IS 27 of southwest corner- of lot 5 northwest y of northeast U,
:u: E Norwood. . South 4 of southwest ". . ID) 21 36 80 3 84 run north 67 feet east to, north 3; of southeast K !
or N Decker. .. .. .Ea bloc of lot :I. west 3; of lot S, river- south 67 feet ,and west southeast 3j, and north >2 of'I I
(J. Titusville . . 3 22 33 I northeast % of southeast 1 .
IS 27
to . 28 ''
beginning . . :24 36 '
( "W-A Ronald. ... .. Begin 86 feet- east ot .outhwest NM Fish . ... Northeast li of southeast 3{, 2i 7.. 30 Wm. McCabe,. .. West !4, and south M of southwest -

J corner of Jot 10, run east- : 21S northwest X of :Northeast K, .,Gleason* Brother .kofewtheast3( . 10 27 .30 840 520
feet, 'nortl1 00 feet west 23 .
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..\ '. feet. south 60 feet, being part ... M east&southeast Jot of uorthI 30I and Company. .. South X of northwest M of "f.."
80
i< of lot 8, 10. block F, Titus- 1. : Wm IlindleNortheast partotlotS2Dixon'saddition : ,120: 474 northeast X, south &T of

I vUle . . . . .. 3.:1: M 809 Cocoa . . . 3JI 30 123 northeast % of southeast K, "
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Owner. -: Description( of Land Sec. 'l'. R. A.. "Ain't.. Owner:" Description of.Land.. .' Sec: T. R. A. Ai't Owner Description of Land Sec T. R. A. Am-to .

southeast J(, and south % of I
southeast .* of southeast and north of northeast 3( northwest! U. west 34 of .
northeast 3of northeast X 34r, .. of southeast 3( .. . . S3 27' 36 220 8 54 southwest 3j, south 34 of 1
Gleason Brothersand northeast of southwest !34 J
north & of southeast
\i of
northeast Ji, south >w. ofsouthwest Company. Northeast ft of northeast ;j, south U of southeast }4 o1 ,
of south \y of northwest !ft of southwest !o., north N or
3q northeast U. 10 27 30 ICO i 5 03 northeast ft, north 3 la of northwest ;t 4 of southeast 34

a Brothere .An undivided 2-8 Interest In / northeast ft: of northwest i1. north 35 of southwest 34 of
ydComPay northof southwest south )$ of northwest J4! o1 southeast 34. and south 36, ilf .I
V of "
northeast north ,.. I ? northwest lj, south !a ofGleason southeast ;( of southeast 34. 6 27 37 400 11 42Gleason
northwest 3uf XI of ', : j' i ; southwest ?ft: of northwest : .., \ Brothers ':t'; J
South of northeast U, 1\ .... north ft of southeast ft of .. and Company. .An undivided ::1-8 Interest In
M northeast 3'of .' ;. northwest Jtf, south! .y of \
northwest 1 .;, south 34 of northeast 34 of
Ji. south 3q of ,.' ,' southwest ft of northeast ft I
southeast ; northwest 34, south 3a or
k of northwest .
U. north H of southeast ft of southeast! 34 of northwest 34
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north
northwest M of southwest rt' of northeast ft, south la of .. 'I north:,' of northwest 34 0l -
U. north of ',
northeast ... i northeast ft of southeast ft. northwest l4' south 3 of ,
34 of southwest
U south 36 of northeast !ft of northwest 34 of uthwl'Ht
South M of southwest 34 ot southwest 4, south >a of .. south 16 of southwest 34 34ul

southeast U. north 3 of southeast ft of southwest ?ft, ',. southwest t 4' north "y of .
J southeast 3'of. southeast ',.'' ,,;; north >? of southwest ft of 1 I southeast t'" of northwest 3.(
I and north XI of northeast n :;; : : southeast ft, and south '9 of t I It' north 3y of northeast 34 or l '

ot southeast U. . . . 11 27,:" 30. ISO' 7 73 southeast ?ft of southeast !". 33 27 30 280 10 05 southwest t1 south 3e of t.. ,
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Iperry (receiver) .An undivided 1-3 Interest In .',;> ,.. ". Brothers S. .' .:,' l r'. t.. \, northwest 34 of southeast 34. 7 27 97 100 ", 1 G 72A :
north 3S of southwest 3 i of and Company. ... An undivided 2-3 interest in 'j" \ \.. 1 Perry (receiver) An undivided I-a Interest In f{
northeast 3y'. north ys of south % of southeast ft of :,. south !34 of northeast :t of :

r j northwest : of northeast 'N1'j of northeast ft, north >a of .j 'r i I \ northwest tj. Mouth ja of s \).
south 35 of northeast 34 southwest Ji of northeast ft, southeast! t 4 of northwest 34
r northwest 34. south )y of .. north S4 of northwest ft of ..., north 3 of northwest !3j( o1 ,
f. southeast 34 of northwest N,. northeast ;4, south }I B of northwest 31. south 34 or .
north S4 of southwest U of northeast ft of northwest ft northwest tj of southwest 34

northwest 3a, north oft south ft of southeast ft? oI .'. .' south 3i jf southwest 34 o1
northeast 3( of southwest U, northwest, 3 4, north Ja of southwest! 34' north 34 of. '
of southwest U of A.,' southwest ft of northwest ft. southeast of northwest t4 S '!' <
Southeast .
; 'y north 35 of' -; north ft of northwest ft of north 36 0f northeast U u1; '
eouthenst3' of southeast 3 i. \. . ., northwest ft, south 3u of southwest l., and south 3u of i I:'""
north M of northeast U of southwest ft of southeast ft, northwest r/4 of southeast Si: 7:17 37 100 4 8D
southeast 3(. . . . . 11 27 '36 180' '6 00 north }$ of southeast ft of 11'uon Brothers '''.:

'!eUon Brothers southeast ft, and northeast 3( and Company South !34 of southeast t of
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end Company. :Northeast of northeast U. : of southeast JAn / . . 33 27 36 240 7 21 northeast .4! north j" of
south }4 of northwest of I A J Perry (receiver) undivided 1-3 interest In BonthWl'lIt ..j of northeast 34, ,
{t .
northeast north of (
U.: south ft of southeast ft of north 34 of southwest 3( of
northea8t 3' Of northwest U. N., northeast ;(, north >a of ;0 '. northwestnortheast 34 of
northwest q. of northwestf.' '. 'J..o'"< \ southwest ft of northeast 7"i i'l. southsast '. north 34 of '
south Ys 0 southwest U of ."'; north 3a of northwest ft: of ,, northwest 3# of southeast\ 34,

northwest U north 3 of r J. 1 "'. northeast ft, south 3-a of '" south .4 of northeast 34 of ,
1 southeast 3' oi northwest U, 'a,.". .. northeast ft of northwest ft, southwest ::1,4' north 34 of \
south ).4 of southwest U. of south )H of southeast ft of southeast! 3.4 of southeast I; 34 .
northeast U. north )4 of northwest ft north >a of south 34 of southwest! 34 or I
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southeast 3' or northeast U. I southwest ft of northwest ft, southeast l.\ southeast 34 of :

youth 3. of northeast U of north >s of northwest ft of .. southwest j . . . 7 27 37 220'' 742Glesson
southeast U. south 34 of W northwest ft, south >$ of Brothers
r. southeast U. of southeast 34, .' southwest ft of southeast ft and Jompany. .An undlvld""l 2-8 Intt'rt'llt In
north 4 of southwest 3( ofsoutheast north fa of southeast ft of '
I of southeast 34. .8 27 37 80 8 84AJ
3': north west U. of southeast U and northeast ;j Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-J Interest In

southeast south 36 of of southeast y.. :. . . 34 27 36 220 1\ 0&Glea80n east U of southeast .4. . f4 2'7 37 60 4 tIE
northeast of southwest U, Brothers \V JIlgglns .. .. South t 10 acres of southeast 34 '
southeast 3a of southwest 34 and Company. . Northeast 3' of northeast 34' I of northeast ;4". . : . 8 27 37 10 2 42
south S5 of southwest 34 of south S6 of northwest ? of John Aspinwall Part lots I and 2, described
southwest 3(, and northwest northeast U. north 36 of Deed Book 11. page JtJ3 . I 0 27 37 3i :I 42
34 southwest U. . .. .. 11 ::21.,30 420 12 DO northeast U of northwest 34, o lea lion Brothers

;lesson Brothers South 7{ of northwest ;i of and Company. Lot 1. . . . 10 27 S7 15 216Gleason '
Company; .An undivided 2-3 Interest In northwest 3j. north }o of Brothers :
north 4, and north 36 of southeast 34 of northeast U, and Company .. An undivided 2-3 Interest inwest ,
80utheast U. of southwest 3'. 12 27 86 S-ro 4. 42 -, south 36 of southwest U of 34 of 1I0uthl'Rlt 34, and

lPerry (receiver) .An undivided 1-3 interest In southeast 3G north 36 of ,\ westp? of northwest 34. . 11:17, : 37 160 580. ..
north 34, and north } of southelftlt of northwest U, .A l'erry (rE'l'elvern undivided 1-:1: Interest In
southeastU. southwest 3:i. 12 27 36 340 2 liD south J.t ( southwest ;:j of ., westy!' of southeast '. and n

,eason Brothers northwest U. south }V of west J 4 of northwest 3.. . 11 27 37 100 II 28 :
md Com pany. .. Southeast U, north 35 of southwest northeast 34 of southwest ;4. ,I., 'ellHon Brothers .,

U. north 34 of south northwest (of'southwest 34, and Company... T.nt I and 2"'J 11 27 37 no 4 00 R
and South Ji of southeast !3j or
southwest
west 3/'of 3(,
\ I John Aspluwall Northeast J.4 or l'Ioutht'l\lt 34,
south J1 of southeast U of southeast U, and north j of . . 11 27 37 sa II 13VIlas. \
80uthwe8t M . .. . 12 27 36 280 '6 ,83 southwest 3(: of southeast 34. :31 27 86 280 0 43Gleason OOKlyear. North excepts0utlu8 of lot 3,urn's and excess on

Brothers. Brothers 5- 11 :.17 37 20 ]() IIO !
1,115son 34 .

I I Company. .. An east undivided 3-4 . .2.3. .Interest. . .In. 13 27 36 SO 6 1101 and Company. An all undivided. . . .2-3. .interest. ... ... .In. 33: 27 36 6.0 7 18 SGGleason . . South wetlt of ot3.51111excess'on. 11 7 87 81\ II G3 1 1May

\ Perry (receiver) .An undivided 1-3 Interest III AJ Perry (receiver) An undivided 1.3 Interest. In 3127 30 640 3 82Gleason : \ H Lockwood. J.ot.t.: . . . . 1:1': 27 87 10 1 11
all .. . . . ,
east 3-4. . ... . . .13 27 80 480 2 08leason Brothers 1.IJI.ol kwollCl... Northwest 4" 5555. 1:1: 27 37 140 It) 20ileaxon

Brothers .An undivided 2-3. interest In and Company... .All undivided 2.3 Interest I In ( Brothers. East of southeast And
and
and Oompany. all . . . . . 14 27 36 640 78 all . . .1.3 .'. 'i . 86 27 36 6..0 718AJ UOIDIIIUlY. nordlt'Rllt4 34 or northeaetj.U. Ii 27 37 120 T 73

JPerryreeeiver( ) .An undivided 1-8 Interest In \ Perry (receiver) .An undivided Intert'8t .In 36 27 86 610 3 82 Mary W McCullen North 3.1 acres of lot 1. . . U ::17 'U7 33:! 11 CIS '.
all . . . . .
.. 14 27 36 610 3 82 e.l. '
all . . . John plnwall. Lots Valid V, plat of Aspln-
II D Brown. .. .. J.ot2. . . . .'. . . 12737 2ii 26 wall described Deed Book X
lea80n BrotherenndCompany.
undivided' InterelOt''' In II D Brown. . .. North 34 of sout-heast ;4 of \ 21 008
. .An 2 27 87 20 2 42 page 750 . . It 27 37
all . .. . . 21 n 36 030 S 84 northeast . . . John Aspinwall Lot bound north by lot Y of
TPerry (receiver) An univid-1.3 Interest In A SCoyer. . .. North 34 of southwest 3' of ; Aspinwall. south by road 55

. . . 21 27 86 640 4 63ea80n northeast and north 3, of .
all . .. .'. . 3 6 :3 J 10'1X> chains wide, north ;
southeast of northwesty 2 27 37 40 62II '
.
Brothers and south and west by river. 14 27 37 4 13
. An unlllvided 2-3 Interest In D Brown. .f South 35 of southwest 34 of Brothers' .
Oleneou
mdOompany north }6. . . . . . 23 27.36 320( 4 12r southeast ;j . . . .2 27 37 20 2 15 and Company i Lots 11 and 12: block A, Eau \

Perry (receiver) .All undivided h3 Intere8t In L \Warner . West 3 of southwest 34: of 87 20 2 42 ttalll.. . . . 10 27 37 815
north 3 . . . .. 23 27 30 320 \ 220ason southeast U. . 2 27 Gleason Brothers
,' Brothers May S I.ookwootl. West 36 of toast M of southwest 2 27 37 10 1 50H and Company. All block O. TCaiiOalll . 10 27 37 4260\
Ind Company. 'All south 3j, except south )4 of U of southeast ;( An Gleason . All Fountain Park, EIIIIJalile. 10 27 37 4 03
southeast U of' southwest U, R North 25 acres of northeast 3'of 8 AV Knapp Lots 13, and 14, block 1, Eautallle -
and north }j of southeast U northwest U less west h. < . . 16 27 :37 14 BO
of southwe8t 3(. . . :. 23 27 36 280 Mason of northwest northwest' of northeast 02 HE Harbour . All block 6, KaiiUullie. ,. 16 27 37 3U 4t
2 20 3
U of 3(. . . 27 37
Brothers John Aspinwall. Lot II, block 20, Kuil' Oallie. 16 27 87 4 63
md Company . . . . . 24 27 SO 320 II 20 Gea80n Brothers (} A Duke . . Lot 11, block :KnuGallle/ .. 16 :27 37 1 85
I3Nln8man. . North. : . . . _. .,. 24 21 36 320 490BNlnsman. and Company. : .An undivided 2-8 Interest In C A Glbblt (agent)? Out lots 1 and 2. except: 6 acres
. .. North 3a .... . . . .. 2J; 27 30 320 400 west ;( or northwest M, west to 7(. 1.Eauriallie. . 10 27 37 'Ji 3 Cl3
3( of southwest yyand southeast -
eason Brothers. 34 of southwest ti 2 27 37 200 10 00 Titus Bates . Lot 24, block 4. subdivision! of '1
IIId Company. .An undivided 2-3 IQterest In AJ (receiver) All undivided 1.8 Interest In out lots 011, :1:4: 23.: Ball; Gallle i 10 27 37 2 is
south 34 . . . . E3 27 30 820 II 50 Perry west 36 of northwest U west I 8 .Savage . . Lot 27, block 4, .niibdlvUion of
Perry (receiver) .An undivided 1-3 Interest In .' 34 of southwest 3jand south- out lots 21, :22, 23, Eau Oallie 10 27 :37, 1 10

south . .. . .. . 2J; 27 36 320 2 08leason"Brothers east y.& of southwest J4 2 27 37 200 5 53Gleason Titus Bates . . Lot :m((, block :21, Hiibilivison of
Brothers out lots 21, 22, 23: ,. Kim Gallltt 10 27 :37 1 60

and Company. ,;. .An undivided 2-3 Interest In and Company. .An undivided 2.3 Interest In 8 Savage. . . Lot 12, block :subdlvlson of '
northwest 3a. and welt 36 of t lots 1, :I and 8. . . . 3 27 37 12&& 002A out Jots :21, 22: 23: Eau Gallic 10 27 37 2 15 5
southwest U. .. .. 26 27 36 2tO 3 rs; J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In E Splller" . . Lot 2, Houston's addition to
Perry (receiver) .An undivided 1-3 Interest In lots 1. Z and 3. . 3.27 37 12-& 353 EIIII (faille . . . 21 27 87 0' IT 43 I .
and west 36 of James Long... .. ... Port lot 1, described Deed Book Mary 8 Gilbert . Lot 4, Houston's addition to
southwest . . . 26 27 36 240 217 B, page 21. . . . 6 27 37 12 4 00 Kim Oallie . . . 21 27 87 1 632
Z V4nsman. . East of8outhwe8t 34. . ,26 27 36 SO 185 0ea80n Brother' O A Glbbs (agent).. Lot 13, lloijftton'ii addition to I
Vandenburg... West of northeast 34, southeast and Company. .An undivided 2-3 interest In Eau Gallic .'. . . . 21 27 37 2 T 71
{' of northeast K, and west 36 of northwest 34, and le"lIon> Brothers
east 6 of northwest n. .'. 27 27 3fJ 200 3 83Ipa80n southeast 34 of northwest }'. G. 27 37 120 612\ anil Company Southwest J.(. except land MoIntush -
Brothers .A J Perry (receiver) An undivided I-a Interest in Tuttle and Houston 17 27 37 120. 0 6U
and Company..,,: .An undivided 2-3 Interest In west H of northwest 34 and Gleason Brothersand
northwest 3.r. . 2S 27 36 160 2 72 southeast 3. of northwest }<. b 27 37 120 ,3 83 Company. An undivided 2-3 Interest In .
3' Perry (receiver) .An undivided 1.3 Interest In northeast J-4", and north % of
northwe"tU . . . 28' 27 36 ,160 1'119lea80n Oleason Brothers I ,,- W . . . 18 27 37 210 8 03)
An undivided 2-3 Interest In
Brothers and. Company. .' A J Perry (receiver) An undivided ].3 Interest in
south of northeast, of
of south- 36 ;j( northeast and north > of .
and Company. Northeast U, .
east U, east of north- northwest 34, south 34 of ,, v northwest %\ . 18 '27 37 :240 4 80 i jalesqoa
southeast 34 of northwest 34 '
of southeast north3of Brothers
34
west U of
north of southwest
southwest 34 of southeast 7 3 and Company. North % of southeast 34 south
U. and northwest U of / northwest 34. north 36 of Ja of northwest 34,Nml l northeast -, .

southwest U ..' . . .28 ,27 36 320 6 :to northwest U of northwest Ut 34 of southwest y. . 182737 200 0 70a I
leason Brothers of north 34 of southeast 4 Of Wm ItoenchUleanon . . Northwest 34 of northwest 34. 10 27 37 40 : 13:
southwest north of '
U, 7
and .. .An JlDdlvltll'd 2-3 Interest In I Brothersand ,.
Company' south % of southeast U of .. '! ", northeast j of southwest 74'I Company. An undivided :2-3 Interest .in

-.'. northeast X. 'north 3 of southeast south }! of U northwest and south U 3j of of south >i . . . 10 27 37 320. 0 62

southwest 3( of northeast 3j. southwestq) of southeast U. A J Ferry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest in r
.
north 34 of northwest 3( of '.l north 34 of southeast 3 of south % .. . ....... 10 27 37 320 :.163 i' 3'
;; .': : northeast U. south 34 of .g" .'y southeast U, and north ; of O O Boynton . Southeast J.' ? 20 27 37 100 0 08 J
: northeast 34 of northwest 34. t ""Jnorthweolt northeast or southeast ;' 6 27 37 0 43 John Aspinwall. Part lot 2, described Deed Book I
:.. south 34 of southeast; of '!? 1 1 \ I Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest t In .F'r500th X200, N, page 107 . . . 21 27 37 8+ It 08 9
34. north ,of 'MI "h; 34 tot northeast 3..( of John Aspinwall, Part lot :2, and of southwest M \ '
r southwest U of northwest; :ti, a '" northwest south of of northeast 54, describedDeed .'
north 3ti of northwest' 3( of s :i4" I r lIoutheallt 34 of northwest Ut I' Book IT, page 21 .. 212737 71 6 C2 ", i
northwest 34. north }4 of ',, '" .' 'SS north } of southwest 34 of I S Q leason. . .? East: part of south Ji of northwest I..
;,u ..*'. '' northeast of southwest U, ; .,.. ,...+j', ,t' northwest 34. north 74 of % ,. . . 21 27 37 7* 8 83: f !
1" south 34 of southwest U.of .,.'... .5'S: northwest 34 of northwest U, 8 Gleason.. .. . West 7 1K>-1X) acres of southwest f
f.... .f Boutheast U. north 3y of' kS1 :t... ;!'1. r north 34 of southeast U of :. M of northwest! U. and "
1 southeastd of southeast I ," .( I ., .. southwest 34, north }4 of part of south % of northwest ;
.r',':Jt' and north 34 of northeast Yq 'Xt .. '. northeast 3' of southwest U. M . . 21 :27 37 670-10 ,070 I
$ ':'i: '''' a. of southeast 3" . 33 27. 36.... .220'( 7 81 south 34 of northwest 34: of y ; t: 8 R Barnes . . J.vtl.: . . . . 22 27 37 10 0 02: f
JPerryreceiver( )' .An undivided f3 Interest In '.', '. southeast 34. south 3s of .,,; : Jamefll.onjf. .... Lot 1 and 2, anexceson
,1.
of ,,< \ Indian Itlver not shown on
.""', ; r south 3S of southeast U I southwest 3 of southeast U.
north 34 of" : Government .' 227 37 16 17 7ft
i '. a northenlt 34. '. 3G of southeast of ,
southwest 34 of northeast U. > -', Southeast north U. and north 3}$ of .: W Q Barnes . .. Houth X of lot oJ. . . . 2r7: 31 10 3 33 ,4 1
north 3s of northwest of northeast 34 of southeast 34. IS 27 37 200 7 (05Gleason ; Hlieuiwell and Hkeea :Northwest 34 of southeast 34. 221 87 40 8 OS: ,
/
northea ri(. south of y \' Brothers I Geo O Teals and H .,'
." northeast 3' of northwest U. yr and Companl. North 3$ of northeast tsouthwest34 O Putnam.. ... South IS: acre of lot 2. . 27 27 37 15 3.63
,
'
s south 3y of southeast U of ... ... of northeast 54, south Gleason Brother !
.. ;
fi" northweolt 7.. north 3i of T: \ % of southeast of north'east and Company. .. An undivided 2-3 Interest In.
.11 '' southwest 3a of northwest U, .. U. north 34 3y of northeast west M of southwest >i. 28 27 37 80 3 28 f
of 'It A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest in .
north 34 of northwest U : ; .4 of northwest U,
;';.t:. .",, S northwest U, north fi of ,' 6'!" '. ..' : south 3 j of northwest 3( of west }f of southwest 3.4.: .. .. 2* 27 37 80 1 85

',.+ rjnortheast pf southwest' \," :'".\ northwest 34. north 30 of Gleanon Brother .i
; :,. S.r '. and Company. An undivided 2-8 Interest in .
south M of soutbwest ; southeast J-( of northwest U. .dJ,
oof '
.1... M" tJI southeast 3; north ,. le: ::1:,r. : 1I'V south ;'of southwest of ."''I. all, except nortbeast S4 . 29 27 37 480 II 41
t southeast U of southeast U, .
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Owner Desorlptlon of Land. $eo. T.,,. ,;no A. Am't., -1, Owner. Description of Land. Be-o.- T. B. A. Am't .Ow. er. .Description of Land Sec T. R. A..


t .AJPerryreceiver: ( ) An undivided 1-3 Interest; In A0 Russell... :... Northweatri-north3ofnorth- \'. less 2 acres ill southeast oor1 -
all, except northeast; 7.(. . .20 27 87 480 7'' 43 east U, southwest 3i of 1 nor . . . . .. . 9 815 40 SO
Reason Brothers northeast 3 north 34 of Unknown. .. .. .. Lot 5. block B, Fort Pleroe 10 3lS 4.0
and Company An undivided 2-:1: Interest In southwest; '4. and southwest Unknown. .. .. Lot). re-subdivision l block E.
all . . . .. \ . . 80 27 87 640 13 80 34 of southwest ;T. . . 13 81 sa .400 12 88 Fort; Pierce . . . . 10 33 40
( .A.J: Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest ,In A0 Russell .. . Southeast 34\ of northeast 3!. D L Alderman... Lots 8 and 0, block G, Fort
;: all.. . . . . .. 80 27 37 640 6.88Gleason and southeast 3-. . . 14. 81 39 200 6 32 Pierce . . . . . 10 83 40
Brothers Unknown.. .. .. .. 01 southwest 3-:. IG 31J8 40 1 85Unknown. D L A.lderman... .. Lots 10. nand 12. re-subdl-
I. and Oompany. An undivided 2-3 I nterest In. .. .... Northwest: of northwest i- 15 31 38 40 10 1 S6 vision block H, Fort Pierce 10 35 40
aU . . . . . .. 81 27 8T ,,64() 13 30 A 0 Russell. .. .. South 3fi of north 36. and northXofsouth3 ," Unknown . .. .. Lot 4, block X, Fort; Pierce. 10 M 40
p .A.J Perry (receiver) .An undivided 1.3 interest In' . . . . 19 31 38 816 798 Unknown . . Lot 5. block X. Fort Pierce. 10 85 40
all . . . .. .. . .. 31 2T 37 630 6 88 A 0 Russell. .. ... $outh 34_ of north and north Unknown. . . Lot 6, block X. Fort Fierce 10 3G 40
y jJeason Brothers UOl south . . . . 20 31 '38 318 ..798A o. 0 Olmstead .. Lot 1, block 2. Oarlton's addition -
and Company. An lllvlded 2-3 Intere In 0 Russell. .. Lots 2 and 31 southwest 3a ot to Fort Pieroe. . . 10 ss: 40
all . . . . . 32 27 37. 6-tO 13 80 northwest and north 3 of :Mrs 0 A O'Brien Lot 2. block 2. Oarlton's addi-
:A J Ferry (receiver) An undivided 1.8 intere In .' south .....' 21 31 38 2T9 7 3T tion to Fort, Pierce . . 10 SS: 40
a aU .. . . . . . . '32 2T 37 6.10 6.88Gleason :Mrs& James.Morrowl Northwest ? ot northeast j/'_' 22 31 38 40 1 59A D L Alderman.. .. Lot D and 10, block 2 Carleton'a
Brothers 0 Russell .. .. .... Northeast !4 of northeast addition to Fort Pierce. . 10 33 40
and Vompany. An undivided 2.3 Intprest In S or northeast 34 and fractional Foster Merrideth .. Lots 4 and G, block 1. Carlton's
west and west % of southeast4 northwest y. . . 22 31.38 ,U8 7 87A addition to Fort Pierce . 10 3.IS 40
. . . . . 83 27 37 400 9 70 0 Bus ell... .... North of northeast U and f. o 0 Olmstead.. .:. A.U. except lots 7 and 10. block .
..A.rPerry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In southwest 3- of northeast 3:4::. 23 81 38 120 3 46 10. Oarlton'8 addition to( Fort .
wt'.t. 3 an1' west ; 01 southeast George M Phl1l1p. Northwest Xi of northwest 3(. 23 31 88 40' 2 15A Pierce. . . . .. . 10 35 40
;-. . . . . . .. 33 27 a7 400 3 83 0 Russell. .. .. Houthwt'"H{ of northwest 34 23 31 88 40 1 30 00Olmstead . Lotll 7. 8. 9. and 10. block 16
JKMartin.. . Lots land2. .. :. . .. 802738 60 602IH J D Orabb .... 7 acres In southeast corner of Oarlton's addItion to Fort
( Powell . Lots 1. 4. 7. 8. 10, 11. block 11], southwest 3- of southwest 34 Pierce :. . . . . 10 33 40
Melbourne . . . 2 28 .37 910 descrIbed Deed Book Y. page I G A Keen. . ., South M of east U of 4 acre
I? P Powell. . . Lots Band 6, block 11, Melbourne l00.---: : : . . :. :: 23 8f 38 T '.181C squar" southeast corner of
. 2 28 37 9 10, 0 Warren. .. :North 34 ot northeast 34. . 26 31 38 80 220 south 3 of lot 2 . . . 10 35 40 1
r SFGibbs. . . Lot 5, block 11 Melbourne( . 2 28 37 1 6Q Dan Hloan. . ? Northwest 3a of northeast 3- 30 31 38 40 1. 6 lJLAChallen. Lennard... . Lot 1. block B. .Andrew'l and
.John Chandler Lot 1 block 12Melbourne, . 2 28 87 4 90 .. . Southeast:: 3-, plat of Flem- lUehard'll addition at Fort
Oynthia, AIIM1Lotsi0and 11, block 12, Melbourne ming Grant. . .. . 1 30 3S 100 6 62 ,\ Pierce . . . :. . ,,10 3G 40 i
a . . . . . 3 28 37 9 10 Chas M Downing Southwest U, plat of Flem- :r.Tyler (Estate). All lots 3 and 4. west of R. R. .
OH Powell .. ., Lots 1,4. 8. 6. 7, 10, and 11, .. ming Grant. . 1 80 38.160 ti 10lIMLInneU. subdivision of lot 4. . . .10 ,3$ 40 1 3
block 15, MelbourneLots'2 . ? 2 ,. .. Lots 7, 8.12 to 21J Inclusive; Dalil-Y Horton. . .North 1-8 of east 35 of lot I 9eubdivlon _
'. 328 .37 6 62 pistol 'Iemmlng Grant . 19 30 89 100 6 62 of lot 4. . 10 35 40 It 1
O H Powell. . 8, 58. OJ'id il"ia'ain'd F II Allen .,.. .. Lot 3, subdivision of lot 8, plat W J lllJdrtttb . South 1-3 or lot 12. and all lot 18
i, 13, block 1d Melbourne . 2 28 87 7 71 of.Flt'mmlng Orant . . 20 SO 89 6 2 85 subdivislon of lot 4. . . 10 8J 40 6 7
\ DF: II Wilkes. . Lot 14. block 10, Melbourne. 2 28 37 1 85 FHAllen .,. .. .. Lot U subdivision ,of lot 3. 'Vm Frank . . North 892.100chalna ot south,
OH Powell. ., . Lots 1 and 5,, block 18, :Melbourne !- Flemming' Grant . . 20 30 38 IS. 2853MTurner. 7j4 chains of lot 1. . . 13G 40 2 1
. . . . 2 28 37 4 93 . .. Lots 12, 13. U. 16. 16, 17. 18, 22. 8 II Jonesor. .. . North 34 of lot 1. . : 111 M 40 25 14
GH Powell .. . Lots 6, O. 12 and 13, block 19, I II ti subdivision of lot 3. plat of 'Vm o'rank. . . North a 62-1Otl) chains of 'south
I Melbourne . . . . 2 J"emmln/f! / Grant. . . 20 30 as .74 1228FIIAIien n, chains of lot... :. . 15 36 40 8 9
I . . . . . . . 3 28 87,. 11 50 . ... t.ot 9, subthvi"lon of Allen and TholS I. Ilaimes... Lot t. subdivision of lot 3. . 26 SJ 40 15 7
1 OIl Powell, . Lot 1,8 4 3 7. 8 and 9, block Jerome' 200 acre tract south Cruttenden aDd
20, Melbourne . . . 3 28 87 .6 32 of north fork of Sebastian Card... 0.. .. South 50 acres of lot 5. except .
:Mrs C B McBride Lot 2, and north 30 feet of lot 4, River plat of Flt.'mmlng in undivided j, interest paId

1 block 23, Melbourne . 2 28 37 I 9) 10 Grant . . . . .. 8'7 I by W. H. Oruttenden. . 26. 3. 40 25 10
P O,J Hector. .(Estate) South % of lot 1, block 24, Melbourne . . . . .. . . 12 SO. 38 0.1'. Gwinn. . . South 253y acres of southwest
t . 2 28 37 ,,10 50 . . . :-. 19 31 89 lOG 7 82 34 southwest t 7.(. . . 28 3) 40 2.' 4
Mrs M F Martin. Lot 11 block 21', Melbourne.- ,. 2 28 37 \ 1 83 F II Allen. .,. .. 2134 sores unplatted tract in F Donahue. . . East 1.3 'of north 33 acres ot
I J1..1'nes., . .. West K ot lot 5, and all lot 7 ., r. fork of river, plat 'Of Flem4 southeast 31: of Ollthwf1& 328 3.5 40 11 1
1 block 2(1.( Melbourne. . . .3 28 87.J 10 60 ming Grant. . . . ID .1 .A pio (Estate)... East 3 of northeast . . :JJ: 35 40 80 4
1 Unknown. ... . Lot 5 block 23, Melbourne . 3 28 37 1 83 .,. . . . . 22 80 8iJ 21i2 45FIIAllen Cruttenden and
:Mrs O E Williams. Lot 8 block 31, :Melbourne . 3 28 37. 6 02 . . AU, except lots 64, C6. 6H, 67. .. Card. .; East 3p of northeast; 3carept:
;Louisa J Henley Lot d, lying east of lot; B, block 6t4 oa, 04. IJ)6.. lllit of Flem. an undivided j- interest paid
48, Melbourne '. .. . 3 28 37. 771 1 luiog Grant. . . . . 23 30 as 583; .17 78 by V,,' IL Oruttendt'n.-: M 40 37 12
II,A Spalding!\ ]( . Lot D, lying east of lot 4, subdivision FHA-lien. . .. Lots 1 to 19. 23to 3T, 4., 40. Oruttenden and (
of northwest & of plat of Flelnmlng Grant. . 28 30 88 :180: 6 02FIIA11en Card. . . Lot'1. except an undivided 3i
( ; southeast Ji; . 3 28 37 ,. 5 6 23 . . .All. except lots 14 to H16 to Interest paid b' W. 11. Cr.ttenden -
.wiMetcalf. . Lot C, block 48, Melbourne.. 3 28 37 6 02 \)1)\ 48. 1211. 127, 128, peat of . . . . . 36 35 40 (It 3
0 .David Murray . Part of southeast W of south o'lemmlng Grant . . 38 o 11 J. \.ibandler.. Southwest j- of northeast 3a. 2-i 30 83 40 2
east y described Deed Book .. . . . . 29 30' 39 570 17 22 Chas M Hart. . Southeast j' Of southwest . 28 36 37 40 3Lessley
A A, page 40 . . . ? .' 8 28 87 S6 '2 43 II Benson (Estate) North 6 acres of lot. 1, east .ofit. and Morgan Southwest 4: or southwest 2M 36 37 40 3
G Harding> . : Part of southeast! 3-.o1 southeast R. . . . . . (8 I 31 30 6 4 03 Chas; M Dar. . Northeast of northwest ( 33 80 3T 40 3Lessley
1 34 described Deed Book II B HowardSouth 40 acres' of lots 3 anti 4, and Morgan Northwest, k of northwest 4. :13 86 31 ..JOo 4
Y, page D... . . . 3 28 37 U 2 43 west of R. R., except 5 I acJl'\1ll 0 Olm81ead . Southeast U southt'8st 20 36 38 40 1
A J Ilippard.,. . Part of southeast K o<. south to Braddock and ltqacres \0 Carl Leufded . West JO aere of northeast offsouthweat3
east #, described Deed Book Halt in lot 4, and 10 acres to i. . . ,, '.. . 3 36 40 10 2
,:" I, page T1. . . . 3 28 '37 J' 2 45 Hu iter. . . . . 6 31 3D 2310 00 :Mrs 0 II :Books Lots. 2:1 and 23: block 9. re-sub-
JV I' Dubose .. . Part of southwest Xi of southeast Wm 0 BraddoekJr. Part Iota 3 and ,4, esC'rlbt'liI division of White City . oj 3G 40
M, and part of southeast Deed Bood 1111 ages 67. 6 31 80 13 2 15 Mf Little. . Lot 24. block 9. re- ubdlvlslonI.
M of southeast J-. . 3 28 37 t 12 28 A 0 Russell, . Part lot 6 between Florida East Whitem&y. . . . .. 36 40 1
''''Wm 1VanSQhalck... All south % of southwest; )4t Coast Railway and A. O. Mrs 0 11 !::1.Oki . Lots 10 and lit block W.re-sub-
north of Crane creek . 3 28 37 25 0 10 us8ell's R. U. . . . 6 31 8D 1.6 '6 6:1 division. White City : . 4 S6 40 1
Hattie B Bell . Southwest >- of southwest! ) };(,, 4 28 37 .40 2 68 A 0 Russell. . Northwest eonler of lot 7. . 6 n: 3D U 101I J T Vlnzan'. . Lot 18blovk 30, re.subdivlslon
t Nancy 8 Carter. South % of northeast M . I 0 28 37 80 4 DO/ I Benson (Estate).. Lot 8. ,. . . . . . 7 31 30 40 60 02Cruttenden ... White cnJl' . . . . 4 8a 40 tWJ
Louisa!! J Henley.. North & ,of southeast 37 . I 9 28 37 80 4 03 and .. Kirby. . . Lots 8 and 9. block 40. re-sub.
.." W Goode. .. .. Lot 8. block H, dough: :Me I- ---ncarlf. : Lots 2,3 and 8. except an undivided \ y dl....0.....011 _f Whit a 'V"flit.. a 36 40 1
bourne''. . . . 11 28 37 3 1 liD interest paid by I. J T Gray. n. M. Lot,13, block 55, resubdivisionWhite .
'.Jt W Q 00 d'. . Lot 12. block .1', South Melbourne 1V H. Cruttt'lIde-n.! . . 10 31 .39 '66' 9 .'7<0 J I City) . . . . 41 36 40 I
. . . . 11 28 87 2 1 47 Cruttenden. and ,. Phil Ulendorf. . Lots 9 and 10, block 57, re-sub .
Rose A Lewis I . .. Southeast 3- of southwest 34. .11 28 81'" 40 60:1 Card d. .' Lot 3. 4, 8 amt 9. except an undivided division White City . 4 JO 40 1
., E Adams. .. South of northeast 3of 3q interest paid by C A Flower. . Lot 7, block 73, re-subdivision
4'' southeast and south U of W. 11. OruttltUdtm. . ;. . 150 31 30 73 881II White City: : . . . 4J8: 40 1
i k southeast' 3-. . 13 2S 3T 100'' D 40 Benson (Estate).. Lot 6. . . ; 2J1 31 3U 40 4 O'i' A Plo (Estat). . Lots 13 to 1M, inclusive, block
,, .MoUIeR: Iiop.on. AU lots 2 anti 3. and south James E Dodge.. North jy of lot.. 10.and 1except 73. re-subdivision White City 4)) 38 40 7 .4
lying south and eattt of Tur- north 3 .a-res of lot ]0. 2111\ 3G 83 'J 71I. R Peterson . . Lots 8 and 9, block 73, re ub-
key creek except Iota 1 and Cavender . North 5 acres! of lot 10. . . 26. 81 89 6 2 12 division White City . . 4 38 40 1 l(
;' 2 of Ilopson's! subdivision and John A 'nrwell. Southwest 34 of lot -i . !. 2S. 31 39 10 1 6 II 0 L Jensen. . ..'. Lots 8, 9, 17 and 18, or all block
; land to Rowell . U 28 31 .120 35 04 John A Farwell Southeast 74 of northwest 3-. 33' 31 39 40 4 06; 78, re-BiibdfTlsioii WhiteClty 436 40 1 :'
W B ljeroe . . :Northwest Xi 01 northeast; 3of Geo 'V Keith.. : South 39 of southwest 3:!. . 83. 81 39 80 4 08. Mrs-OH Rook . Out lots and 15re-subdivision.;
southwest 34 . . . 26 28 37 10 3 63 A 0 Jtusllell. . All, except section III . . : 32 86 22400 8T fS I White CltJf.: . . . .. 4. '.sa 40( > 10 4
Florida Coast Line A 0 Russell . All. except north jla of northwest Mrs C II Rooks . :North /5 acres of southeast J{: ,
Canal and Trans.portatlon 3j, northwest ij of' j of northeast 3- and south 5
Cornpany.. northeast to: or section 14, and acres northeast. % of northeast
Northwest 3( of southwest y JIO 28 a7to 2 45 all section 16. . . . :32 I 31 22J80. 87 41AJTangeman. 3- . _. . . . 8 3840 10 2 '71
:;Moore and Cumminga ... Moutheast4q{ otsoutheast33 32 39, 40 4117. Mrs 0 H Rook . South 5/ acres. of northwest }{
Part lot 1 and :2, described ,\,, Ida B Weir. ',' . outh '4 of southeast M of.).. of northwest 7.i:, and north 3
v' 1)eed Hood WllaKe 2Ttl . 6 28 38 '' '(5 I 2 43:! northwest 3- . . . 8:1: :& :19: 20 3 01 acres of southwest %of southwest
Grace V Goode . Wl'st chains of south % of A J "rall elluul... Northeast sOllthwt'st 3-.i. S 32 3t 40 4-117 }- with land abutting on
Iota 4, and 5. and 5 acres In J A exton.. . :South: 3y of southwest 3-4. exceptlacre eastrunningto river . {9} 30 40 15 3 0
lot D. . . . . 0 28 ,:IS'. 11 5 28 In lIouthellllt cornor. Mrs C II Rook ? North 14 of south % of north-
4 etheIAdl\nll1. . Jot 5 of (iov. lot 8. . . 6:838:': 10 60l: . . . . 8 82 31' 70 10 QIo! .west J< of southwest }{, . 10 36to 10 24".
Virginia Miller South U acres of north 18 acres 1fl 1 Z. Cavender. . northjy of southwest' >-, north- John J Britt . -,. South 10 acres of northwest 3-
of lot 10. . . 6 28 118 0 10 60 west", : 34 ot southeast 3d; and of southwest }-. . . . 10 1 3AJO 10. 24.,
(] V South of lot 10. . 028 3t4 8 8 O'J southwest !3j of northeast +4. 4. 32 30 .160 10 0Ii Cruttenden and
it AIrs: OIA15t Phillips Lot D. block H. Gravl'1I plat of E S Nauman. .. . North of outhwelSt, 3( of Card . . . South 25 acres' of north H of
Melbourne Hench. . . T 28 38 1 31 northeast 14 ... . . U :32: 8020 3 01 lot 2, except an undivided 311
John A8pinwall. Lot :2. . . . . . 20 28 8K 11 68"John Win Brown . South of southeast 3- . 22: Ik.l 3U 80 497 Interest paid by W. II. Crut-
As ,inwall. Iot I. . 21 28 S8 7 41 I D U "'eir. . 1Vest 36 of northwest t:(, antI tenden . . . . . 12 840 12i 7481)
1 John D Ootton. . Lots 5. 0. T. K and O. block 0, north 3t of southwest 3a. except C H Edwards . Southeast ;-;( of southeast J-<. 18 3O 40 40 1 5j!)
s lots 5. U. 1.8 and O. block II, west 3u 01 northwest 3- E K Pratt (widow). Part lot :2, described: Deed BookL
lots 7.8.9. 10 and 11, block I, of southwest. U. _. . . 23 32 30 1311 IS 42 page 231: . . . . 1839 41 20 8 82T :
lot,.. J, :.1. and 8. block J. Iota Wm Brown. . Mouth 3j of sOllthwwt 7.{. . 23 :32 89! 80 3 8.JAMexton. A Tauman . Part lot 2, described Deed BookE
1, 2 and 3: block K, loltn 1. 2, ... . ofnorthwl' 3- . :25. .8:! 311 80 948 page 464) . . . . 18 3B 41 24 16 29
t 1\.4. 5. and 6. block I", plat inDeed Samuel Walker East 36 of northwest . 211 3:1: W SO :.84 D F Ankeny . North 5 acre of lot 3. . . 1,# 3tt 41 5 5 31 [
Hook X, page 71\a . 20 A 0 Espy . . Southwest 3j;(. . .'. . . 263:! 3n 100 7 23 Maeger! Bros. . Lot; subdivision of lot 1. . 1' 36 41 16 6 28
. . . . . . 21' Samuel Walker . North 36 or uorthesst3-. . 27 ti au IU! 3 8. Saeger Bros. . North 3-J acres of lot 2. . 19! 36 41 32 23 781
1 . . 28 28 38 33 1.4 08 Mary E Jennings North of 80ut..ast 3of EM SaylorWHKlIpatricV.. . Fart lot :described Deed Book
IDS Oartl'r.! . . All blocks! D, E. and .." plat In northeast t4 . . . 11 33: SO 20 1 66 I U. page 80 anti W SOtJ . :. 10: S* 41 15 2013
Book X, page 7G3 . . 20 J W BettYI . .. South 3. of northeast 3d of : North 41 acres of lot 1. ... . 89 3641 41 15 01)!
. . . . . . 21 northeast !34. . . . 13 3.1 89{ 20 :211T. O B Gifford . Part of south' of lot 1. described .
.a . . . . . 28 28 38 10 2lOla : E Barnes . Northeallt of northeast 3j. 2-1 sa 39! 40 2 71ltobt Deed Book W,page }18.29 38 41 7 7I/ |
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J V n. North M of lot 2 : . . S3 28 88 ,21 6 O'loJ Morrow (Eat.) Lots 4 and 5. . . . . 7 31:. 40 73 4 97 W II Kilpa trick.( Northeast H of northeast J<,
V IUnel. . . 'M aor [n north part olo1. 3t 28 38" 73J. Wm McCabe. . Lot 3. . . . _. . . 8 aJ: 40 20( 1 43 and north 10 acres of southeast I
K Brainnard.. south'v' 01 northwest 3-; northeast L E Barnes ... !South 3l. of Iota 1 aDd 2. Iota 8. ,*( of northeast 34. . 306/ 41 50 16 /59)( |
ja of lIouthwest 3j z less 4, b and id southwest IS 33 40 870 23 83 O B Gifford . . Part of southeast % of northeast -

16 S- acres .t . . . . 8 20 38 00 I 9 40F LEBarnes . . North M. sea 01 8uthwt'8t / U- . . . . 30 36 41 5* 8 87 |
M Du tcheor. . .. :South:; 10 acres. or northeast lbto 3j. and southeast 34. . . 11) 83 40 540 21 84 :J T Waters . .North 10 acres of south % of
of southwest; 3j 8 20 SS ]10 3 A3 Jamelt Marsh. . .. Lot 5. . . . . . 21 3:1: 40 40 4 3.J 10tl..3: :! 36 41 10 1241
,;' RMariah Elliot North part of northwest'-- L E Barne8 . South M acres of northeast .. Unknown . : All llut0'hinson's Island except .
northeast W, north of Goat and east of 80utheast 31 33 40 ,134 7 53 undivided Interest of 828
Creek. . . 0" 17 20 38 20 .6 03 L E Bunee. ... South ( ot rot 1. lots 2 I and 3. acres paid by Lewis and
E South part of northwest If of and southwest 34 Of south. Everett . .. . . . 36 41 1186 :u 23
.. northeast la&, South:: of Goat west 3j. . . . 82 33 40 122 10 08 E 0 B Tyndall. . Lot S. . . . . . . 23 37 40 34 3 37
Creek. . . 17 20 38 20 5 23EC..cll. \Vm 810an. . . East 6 acres of northwest 34 of ECBTyndall . Lot 3. . . . . . 23 37 40 13: 151
and northeast Henry!' WlLlppl.. East of northeast W. . 3 fl(J
6< of south' 29) southwest U. ( 27 37 40 80
. .. . North acreit
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acres of southeast Vi; of northeast southwest 3( . . U 335 46 2 79 JCFrlnkWI . . Northeast northwest U,
North 311 of .4 acre tract In and northeast 5 of
p J-41, north 30( acres' of Dan Sloan . acres-
) \ northeast > of southeast' >', lIouthwest corner 01 northwest northwest M of northwest$4 27 37.JO 45. 2 03
1 I. north >i of j north !<, of south 4 34 of southwest 3-. . ,. 11 335 2 .. 8 00 Allen! . . North part Tot 3, described(
of southwest M of north- Merton A Patrick Dt.'edRook S, page 2fi9. . 23741 11 :279\
".; ', i }toMtit& K 4.{ south" 25 acres' of ('t'rustee) Northeast; 34 of southeast U. 8 8& 40 40 9 11 II M Johnson . North X of south 3- of lot4. 2. 37 41. 10 201
northwest 34( of southeast 4.4 Mary E Jennings Southwest 34 of southeast jl. IS 3j 40 40 1 3dMary John 2i a'resln southeast: comer ofeast .
and south 1 Bore of northeast Jo1 Jl'nnings West 3y of northeast v . 20 340 80 4 OIl ,*4 of northeast J 34, described -
t >4 ooiitheast t(. . . 17 20 3$ 111 11 COcO \.Pl..o\nd..rson... J.otluC\eptlandtoUrltt.: . 2:1: 84 40 10 18U Deed Book W, page 1CU\ 5 37 41 2} 3 00
land to Britt . 2U 34 40 6:1: :2 11 Hampton and
; A . North U acres of Mouth 10 acres : Wm Anderson ., i.ot2exeept
SagerstromJoseph: of northeast i/ of southeast >4 17 2S8 9 2 13 :J1)Cartert. Lots 2 and 15. slIbtlivllllon .of Taylor . . Lots 2,3 and 5. . . . .. 13 37 41 73: 4 74
BrlHcohelrs) South Va of southeast "Vf . 17 29 33: 80 8 80 Iota 1 and 6. southeast", 3jand II A Curtl1s. . :North 3a of south X of southWest *
Adel Katmiunneu. North 10 acres of northwest' }! northeast r4 of southwest 328 3t 40 23; 10. 08 +f of northwest \(. 22 37 41 10 5 61
i southwest "-4 . . . 21 29 38 10 1 63 E J Rllll ell . . Fart of southeast 3:(. described t W'E :YoClIn n. 0 Part of block 3, 125x140 feet in
"W It 1\'Cal1... . Lot 4. . . . 2S! \1.9 38 4O 0 03: Decal Book t. page 113:1. . 28 3.J 40 4 527liary northeast corner of town plat
in Fish . . I.otK. . .. . 3J'2U( 88 ISO; 10 20 E Jennings East 35 of northeast; i- . . 29 840 80 2 71 of Jensen!' . . . . 2:1: 37 41 4 94
O A Russell. .. AH, except section 1(1(\ . . 30 :JW :22KX: ( 125 11 J II l Hendrick!!!... Lot 3. :. . 7 M' 311 40 ,1 43
1,1 A FroHcher . North J 3v of east Vi of lot 3. jl2i 30 ali:< 12: 2 U: J 1I11I'nllrlcks.! . Northwest northeast 3j. 20 3ad: 40 1'2:) (Continued Page 11]
,, P J . o"thi of east i>,, of lot :3 :3 :tu 8 H 13: 4 Vi: D L.\ldt'rl11l\n... Southwest 3j of southeast :. .13 s. 37 40 6 28WniWBrown .
j Margaret Kenney DuC.aney. Lot 1. . . . . . : ::111:1.4: an 2 53 . Lot 1. . . . . . .. 3 3J 40 H 271 --- -- ------ -
M M!I 'ee. . . LotH 3 and 4 . 20 80 39 00 8 bO J M, Bell. . . Fart lot 1, bound north by Talurcrereaatbylndlan -
Jackson .. . North B acres of .south 17 acres. River THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
; and South by.\.. Bell . 8 83 .JO '2 2 41
of lot I. . . . 23 30 30 Ii 185 .
A 0 111135(11. .. All, except sel'tlonlll. . . 31 3U( 14x' 1OU29\ l.I111an Lane.. Part lot dHt'rlbet' Deed Book .
V A 0 UllHHOll . All except section 1(1( . . 31:17: 2:1401): 106 2') G G. page 143. . . .'.. 3 33 4Q .. .' 2' 1 59Oeo Prints all kind of Soaimerctal Stationery Wedding Stationery Cards, Bill, Etc.
A 0' Russell'\ .. .. Southeast 3.i of northeast J-, Saunders . Part lot a. described Deed Book Letter K aAs You .
Heads Envelop
: Shipping Tap and elM
3 anything want
southeast if, and southeast V. page67: 3J 40 13+ 6 10 you
}-4 of goiithwcst, K .. 12 81 38 :240 7 73 II tiV Mali North tI chains of southeast 34: SEND US YOUR ORDERS. WORK GUARANTEED.

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34. NO; 11 TIT JSVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, :MAY *>, llO2 PRICE. 6o.N .

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LOCAL NEWS FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TC TilE LARGE HKICK STORE FATAL ACCIDENT AT COCOA, MISS QUAY TO CHRISTEN A AMONG THE HOTELS.

:; Dr. Dodson, near Indian River hotel. WARSHIP. -

'"'And Topics of General; Interest -Mr. R. W. Rhodes returned borne 01 Special Sale, Monday, May 12th OB Tuesday! Joseph E. Hag nkabrake- The A VOOATB Is now on file at a J

Wednesday, after spending. a day or tw< man o1" the, northbound F., E;: O. R'y.,. Miss Susan Quay, eldest daughter' oj the best hotels In New York city. P
at Miami. at Ji. IS. Walker A::: C \"s. freight train, was accidentally killed, Ic ,
TIlE ADVOCATE, Senator Matthew 8. Quay' tins. accept* Where to atop In TltiMvllle? Soe TI.
-Mr. L. B. Abdlll of Ankona White I".n. fancy stripe, good. value Cocoa"' wbilrf engaged In getting out soar the Invitation of William 10. Cramp i
$1..10 annum in advance was a .. of Ice from the ice factory sidetrackto tusville hotel ad on our :tlth page.
per passenger on the northbound train, 01 for, 15 cents a yard; at 10 cent. : Sons to chrt ten the bnttletlbJ.p Pcnnsylvanta '
.1.00" six months.h the main line. The engieewas/ poll Where to the East Coast, .
Tuesday en route to New York. Noveltml'e effect, handuoitto, worth now rapidly apixothJtx? nompKi stop along ,
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. 2ft ...."'..a yard; at 18 cents. lag the oar by means of a beam. One tlon at the Mpvai'di. at I'klJedrlpbia See Ilst6f hotels on page 11.
for the ADVO -Mr. It. N. Andrews of Cocoa wad end of the beam was In pine ab. the head
1 subscribe close
When you rujjioa, lovely stripe ptttera, sold No dale ban been decided up?n for t Hla> < Mr. Chfts. A. Stone of the Palm Beaeh 4
the fear it does not coat you In town on Monday, attending the regular Cu this 48 cents. of the engine; and the other endl'as
at t
.ATS by teats per yard; ; sale launching! and It IH unuUuntooil JUlm lintel Palm Bench rla., will have the)
coats per week postage included. monthly meeting of Brevard Bohoo Corsets true fir, usual price 73 cents placed against; the aide of the oar, a few wiiU thli.
{three ; Quay have a vnlce Vu. witling management this siammor of the rua>>pe l''
Board. feet from the end of It. The unfortunate
r Note date of expiration! printed upon red need to 41 cen''s. matter. As very little w.re work U required Jon House, Watch Hill, K I.
between the beam
paper or wrapper every week. Tlili[ Yesterday being Ascension Day Organdy, ligured pattern, good valueat young man was to make the man o'-war ready. lot, r 1 1os
your Is receipt for your ,money. No need Archdeacon B. F. Blown held service It 10 cgpts; only\ 8 cents and the oar, and as the ear advanced the her Initial plunge Into tbe l>.kiwari The old Tappnupoo House at Nyaok- '
Men's .blue worth $4,60 beam closed In npom him and he woe -the-lludsoa, baa been leasod to Mr. J.
Coot
for in to Rend receipt for subscription the morning, at St. Gabriel's Kulscopa sergev ; liver" the, launching whit It Is understowI
The date gives 'it to you. Church Tltusvllle.Mr .at $1.75.Boys: caught belw on the beam aDd l the step lake place wUsla the neat two M. Lee, formerly of the Victoria/ Hotel,
is Suits, large assotment, f 1.50 to of the car, and the top of' his.bead out weeks Chicago; tho Fountain1' Sprint;! House
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE etanda at ors John II Sams and Mr. T. L. :* .()() at this sale. completely ot!. Death was Instantane! Alias Quay Is well kaown in society,, Waukesha Wta.j!Iud Hotel Indian River, 4 4Rockledgo
ale ac the following news- Same, of Courtenay, sailed up to Titus A Lady's Opera Shoe splendid value ous. The coroner's jury exonerated the especially at the national. cnultal. list i )')a. ,

tents Tltusvllle per copy-B.t R. Wilson & Son; vllle on Tuesday mornlug, returning only 02 cents. railway company from any blame of home at No. 1012: K: street Washington; ,. It Is understood that large addition }
Mr.
J. B. Screven. home the same evening. % uit! ) 00 Solid Mahogany Library Table Ilagiin ass twenty-three years ki" the scene of many brilliant entertainments will be made to the New Homestead ho i
; and had been two ears" In the service
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. -Supt. of Public Instruction Mr. R to $37.00 Monday only. age of the 1 lie Is survived by In which she takes lending part, telathlotepringsVa.[ Mr. Fred Sterry. ,'
Set of six cane seated diners for $5150. company. In fact It Is knowathat Mrs. Quay leaves hotel and
News stand Union depot, E. ?Minis of Bonaventure was In town a his mother Mrs Jessie IIaeant>f Hampton er of the Uot Springs)
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J I day or two-the first of the week attending New this week-Handsome line of gen Florida nine most of the social planning to her eldest Royal Polnclnna and Bretkera, at Palm '
tlemen'a neokwear In all the season's Bradford county daughter. Miss. has a si".. during ,i
notice (o his School Board duties. brothers and four' sisters Quay younger Beach, Him found It Impossible i '
: jy" ads. are ten cents latest styles and effects. Wicker rock. ter, who will soon be Introduced to so the last few mouths to begin to acooni- j'
The funeral services to be belt in 1
per Hue on this page. -Mr. M. S. Same and Ma daughter ers, tables and Jardiniere stands. were clety In Philadelphia and Washington; modules the many people duslrlng to Visit '
Miss M. C. of Courtenay, sailed Hampton yesterday at the Baptist '
Same We Mall orders .
cleans clothes. pay freight charges. Those young Indies are well known to) this charming resort ; ;
Sam Perkins Sanford up totown, on Tuesday, and left same carefully and promptly attended to. church. many on Indian River having visited St. I
-Mrs. It. _O. Scrlmgeour moved Into day for Charleston S. C.! on a visit to I Satisfaction guaranteed.' J.uole-whercs their father and brothel' Mr. Fred C. King, the, accomplished It I

traldence on Hopkins street on Saturday the Exposition Yours to serve A ItoUind law CM*. have fine winter residences-on several) chief 'clerk of the Koyal Polnclana Hotel
Palm Beach bits been, visiting friends ,I ,
tat. County Attorney Jas. E. Andrews J. B. WALKKK A CO. oouaelons.PINEAPPLES .
of Fort Pierce to town on Tuesday Titusville, }'Ia. Judge' M. S. Jones, in chamber, has In Chicago this week. lIe Is making a y; "I
-Brevard County Oonrt will convene came up leisurely trip from Florida' to New York, .KM I Ihaving t !
before' to !get familiar with the cases that sustained the demurrer filed by Stewart ..
In Titusville on Monday next, : AT JENSEN.Mr. stopped en route at !St.: Augustine !
Judge A. D. Penney. will come up for trial In Brevard Count SAM PERKINS, Sanford Is Dyeing. Jim ,
# Court next week. knocks out tho suits brought by ( ,
.-Mr. James Holmes, one of Jenson's -Capt. J. O. Walton'a furnished cottage Alexander for ex-Marshal Flnncy; againstthe ( T.. V Moore of Jensen, has been Hot Springs Ark, and other points Mr.
prominent pineapple growers was a -Captain and Mrs. R. T. MoTadden, for rent. Apply at this office ex Mayor and several members of spending some weeks at Miami. While King\ returns to Saratoga nschief cleric ,
southbound and family, who have been spending the here he valuable tract of of the United States hotel. f
passenger on Tuesday's of the city council of DeLand, fur removinghim purchased a
-Dr. W. L. Hiighlett Cocoa was
bound train., winter at Daytona writes us to forward la town ; from ollloe a little over a year since. land 1 Ijlng on tho rook road leading from With reference to the change In the

and their ADVOCATE to Tybee, Ga., where yesterday. Mr, Plnney was removed by the council Miami, to Lemon City While here he management Hotel Continental, At. i ;;
-Mr E. II.'Hall, of this place;
} Geo. B., Hall and daughter of tielastlan they will be all the summer -Convict guards are wanted. Read but was re-Instated by order of the court made us a pleasant call During our lantlo Beach, Fla( as announced\ exclusively .',, '' Ii
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left here Tuesday for Cocoa, -County Commissioners J. It. MIot, the ad. on this. page. the charges It Is !said, not having been conversation we asked him In regard to In the ADVOOATB columns a few 44

10 spend, a day' or so. of Indlanola; It. A. Conkllng. 'J'lliman]; -Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins left here', la proper shape when he brought suit the coming pineapple crops at Jensen. weeks ago the Chicago hotel Reporter, ':.I j '))1,
John C. Junes.. Klondike; J. F. Bell, yesterday for Jensen. for damage against the ex-Mayor and Mr. Moore said "We have the prospects of last week say i Walter Young who, t
When you want your photograph White City; and John R. Walker of Tltusvllle several members ot- the council. Now" of one of the largest crops of pines ever as already announced has been appointed ", : '.
ken, ol that of your:..baby, F. M. Tayr were all In attendance at the Jndge D. L. Gaulden has been inDeL'and the court holds that the ollioUls were In the-Indlan River country We manager of the Flagler summer hotel, I'

> Titusvllle's well known photograph- regular meeting of Brevard Coun ty Commissioners with.bis family all the week. not liable on .a civil atilt have beard the same statement matte In the Continental, at Atiantlo Deaoh, Fla., '/.' '

11'', Is the man to do your w6rk.Mr. ., this week. Major St. Clair Abraras, of Jacksonville regard to nearly all portions of the pineapple has until reoont y occupied the position ,

Win. M. Brown who has been Several announcements of candidate was among yesterday's southbound i East COM Vegetables. belt,-The Ucmeseeker. of steward of the Rnyalton, a family; hotel #,((1! :
In New" York city '
joking after his business Interests at for various offices are published on our passengers. \1
'laini during the three Weeks or so, then vegetables Ladlm' Guild of ... Gabriel's Church. tho Florida house : '
; past 4th page. Read them, and you will -Mr. J. U. Wynn, one of Fort Tierce's The shipments from various Tuesday, popular ,
turned, to Tltusvllle on Wednesday know who is anxiously asking for your prominent merchants was In town on points along the East Coast hare 4t Augustine, under the able raanago- v t'I

TWENTY FIVE WOOD CHOPPERS vote. If a vote Is worth anything It U Saturday and Sunday fact. been enormous this' l18a.oo. and vegetable The Ladles' Guild of bt. Gabriel's ment of Mr. F. C. Hayden, closed It1doors '!

wanted at onoo. Call or write to worth asking for personally or through shipments still continue to be very church Tltusvllle was entertained at for the season. Mr.llayden-who ,nJ L
F, W. WnITBI.IDlo. the medium of tbe county papers. -The usual monthly meeting of the. especially from the the home of Mrs. W.- M. Brown on, Fri. did a very business the past e ",j "
leased
Boseland, Fla. -Tbe Indian River State Bank TJtusVllle Tltusvllle Town Council evening at section. Among the bost-paying crops day afternoon last May 2nd. as a farewell -< season-has Hotel Lafayette at :! ; 1
their chambers on Tuesday which be will tome time 1. 1'
this season are said to be peppers eggplants to Mrs. Brown's mother Mrs II. Saratoga open !
-Mr. E'. L. Brady returned from1 his la much Improved in appearanceslnctj Ho will return to St. Augustine 1
month.
next
it has been in the handset the HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures beans and cucumbers. Tbe cucumber R. Jones, who leaves this week for her I
business to Miami on Sunday and in the fall to the Florida uiJ I'
trip has been especially line, home In New Hartford, Conn. early open
all blond and skin diseases. For sale by crop '
left for Fort Pierce, Tuesday, to spend afew painters It now present a city appeaaante bouse Mr. Frank. Hayden will be > .
fitted
The ladles of the lulld have
and shipments at good prices, up .
aboutIt. tI J. B.Soreven druggist Tltusvllto Fla heavy '
has air
and of
days with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Heny. an prosperity this arestlllgoingforward. The advance In their new rooms In the Penney house accompanied to Saratoga by Miss Nellie !jib
been done at
I More business has -Mrs. F- C. Stetson of Fort Pierce the price of tomatoes In almost all the ,very ta ieullv with new furnishings{ and Hayden and )Ir, I, Hayden, who will also "

Major II. J,,: Time of Montreal, bank of late, than in some years past who bad been on W'vl"it to Jacksonville markets makes a favorable turn for the meet every I'llday afternoon, tbe different look after die Interests of the Lafayette :

Canada, who has been spending the winter Judge' A.,D. Penney has been at Mi. passed through here, yesterday on her growers. members taking turns In being guests I h. sorting summer.

ron his orange grove place an Courte- ami this week, attending to some law way home. .. the hostess for the The next meetIng The announcement In made that Mr.

nay left for his summer home. ,In Montreal I oases In Dade Circuit Court. The JudgeIs Masonic meeting: this evening at tbs Onuiijo Tress for Mew York: will be today, Friday, with Mrs. L. George C, Holdt. of tbe Waldort-Astorla,

Canada, this week. a member of the law firm of Penney fe Lodge-rootn, Tltusvllle. All members 0. Braonlng hostess. In New York who\ with his ." oner-

Miss Jesse Dowllng, onef of Live Williams of Miami, Dade and he likes to Ko; are requested to be present as there Is Mr. A. T. Bosstter, of Enterprise, ally makes his, headquarters", with; Mr,
of occasionally
to tbe rnetropolls work to do.Archdeacon. "In Tuesday and bought, Ueo. W. of the welt td
Oak's ladles has been was town ,on The Progress Cottar Club) Morton manager
popular young he old friends In .
flitting the Misses Aline and Daisy because that thriving meets town.so many B. F. Brown will bold sixty "ents from. W. II. MoKailaml, to --.,. known apartment house, the Hamilton

Brady this week. It Is her first visit toTltnsville. Divine service, with Holy Communion, cover the saint number of orange trees The Progressive Culture dub held 43th street, New York will spend much s
with which she Is much de There was a meeting of FriendshipChapter at St. Gabriel's church Tltusvllle, at 11 that are to be placed ID large tubs, and their semi-annual election of officers of his time In Philadelphia during the
No It, Eastern Star, on Tuesday eventually shipped to New York (oronamental coining year. Mr. BoldS will personallysupervise '
o'clock llth 5ih. Miss Brady was elected
lighted.Dr a. m., Sunday next, Inatant May Daisy
the of another the erection of lee magnificent
Tltns opening ;
evening: In the Chapter-room, use at
J. B. Screven expects to leave vine, Mrs. (leI). M. Bobbins, the worthy Also at ItiSQ:: p. m. big hotel. The orange trees will all be president! Miss Miss Bessie/itudle Hall Stewart, vice- hotel which Is to ills on the; Stratford

( here some time this month for Miami, matron presiding. There will be another -Mr, Wade H. Jones, who has been In bearing when shipped cultist. thoseNew president treasurer; Miss Emma Wright secretarymd libra site. Ha will establish his om"o at 141(1( i

to open a drug store. He- will take his meeting ou Monday evening next! : on a visit to Quay returned here on Yorkers' who have never seen an rlao. Tbe club; I. beginning rehearsalsfor Walnut street! where hU suMstunt. Mr. +

family with him. Our people will regret the 12ih lost., at 7:30: o'clock sharp. A Wednesday Some of the down river orange grove; in frul', ''l\l1II1Ia.. an opportunity a which they will present shortyi Harvey S. Denlsoo, will also make' his I r i
to see them leave for they have been full attendance of members earnestly. people are suggesting Mr. Jones far a to sea one on a small scale In I In play, to raise funds for enlarging headquarters.Mr. .

highly respected and popular residents' requested member of the legislature. tbelr own city. their library. The young ladles have re. William II. Warburton, the well

of Tltusvllle for many years. -Dr. Oeo. E. Hill. Dr. Chas Hill and -PiMitmasterVm., C. flower of Oak' gently added a very fine edition of !Hcott's: known hotel man of New York' has purchased ,. ,

-Judge Minor S. Jones loft here on M e"srR. Do,Bt.- Clair NUbet or Indfanolit, ; IIIH arrived In town yesterday to attend A Ping Ionic Party complete novels to their library, from Mr. Arthur L. Marsh, of ,

Sunday, for Miami where he 6as been and II. G. Uailook, of Columbus, O., lo Chancery case before Judge M. S.JODMA. -- Hotel Indian River, RookledKe, Fla.; and

holding court this week. Judge Jones were In town short while yesterday, Tbe Judge, however, has been Mrs Oeo. M. Bobbins of South Tltus- JonraUon of fmttimt Keanjr mt nt, the Larkin house Watch 11111, R. I. all ?; ?
>always heartily welcomed by the ta..- having arrived here on the launch Marl at Mliml all the week presiding over vllle, gave a ping pong party to a few of tbe latter'* Interest In the leas and property

abiding citizens of Dade county; but evildoers on, from Daytona where they had been Dad Circuit Court, so Mr. Howes will her friends last night. The game was Aaariutloe. In the 1atbawa1InlJ. Deal Beach
are not so anxious to give Judge on a short visit. After seeing Mr llal- have tA return home to-day without seeing kept up with considerable spirit for N. JT. Mr. Warburton has associated ? ?y
Jones a glad welcome for he metes out lock off on the train the others left for him about two hours Mesdames: Hubbies In consequence of the consecration of with him In his new venture ez-OovernorA.
the law with firmness and justice to all. Indlanola.' Morgan! and Frost, and the Misses Larsen Father Kenny, as Bishop of the dl..oef B. Cornell of New York. The hotel
-Dr. S. W. Carroll has a Queen of and Frost making fairly !good scores. > tlt.: Augustine, on Sunday Mayllltb.! Is being thoroughly renovated and redecorated
-Rev. J. F. O'Boyle held services at Maddock owner of Night cactus in Ills yard that now baa
Messrs. Sidney ,
date.'
The gentlemen, however, came out the the Soutbe..t'l D Passenger Association and will open at an early
the Roman Catholic church Tltusvllle the Palm Beach hotel Palm Beach; and four buds which will shortly be) open. winners. Ping Pong was followed by has authorized the sale, of round-nltickets Mr. Warburton I II well known to mans
on Sunday: morning, having arrived here Louis Clark an antomoblle manufacturer 1C Is said when in' full bloom, the flower vocal and Instrumental music and Ice at a rate of one and one-fourth long the East Coast and we wish him '

from Daytona.8aturday. Ha has many of Pittsbnrg Pa., who have been at Is 24 to 80 Inches diameter but opens cream and cake. The party broke up atlIU tares! from points In Florida. and one every aucee.e In bib new venfore r
friends In this section of Indian River Palm Beach all the winter. wore passengers only at night.. Parties who have never and one-third fares from In Ueor- f
-ho are always glad to see him. Father on Tuesday's northbound- train en seen this beautiful flower In full bloom, : o'clock p. m. tie and Houth Carolina. point Tickets to be Mr. B, II. Peck of the New. Arllniton1
>'Boyle says that although he does not route to their respective northern homes. can do so at this time as the ADVOCATE:'' told 15th lOtb and 17th limited tt was In tbe city Tuesday, .
May
spend much time in Tltusvllle he still They, said they intended stopping over will keep them posted as to the date on n.raUo;; Kxeeutlv CommlttM Meeting.A the 20th to return., his winter hotel. *PUxa,at Itockledge,
lalma It as his place of residence all his at Daytona and Seabreeze a day or so* which these flowers will be open. Florida on April lat, after the moot
household still here. Jacksonville. of tbe Brevard County Democratic winter season which Florida
furniture being while on tbe way to For good fresh Groceries and Veg meeting prosperous
Exeoutlve Committee III hereby hue ever experienced says the Petoskey
-:51(essrs. Fisher Ames and A.Ti liar- -Hook for W. W. Luce' ad. page: 12. stables at tbe lowest prices J try called to convene In the'J'ow.11a11 at Co- A Cheap Indian River Home. (Mich.) Ipdeperleat-Demonrat. Mrs.

iiI, of Boston( formerly connected with L W. E. 0Gardner's ,ir. DOS, May 14th at 2 o'clock p. m. Import. Peck
we McFarland Fruit Protection Co., of Home for Sale. ant business will require the attention of This place consists of 13>f sores l d Florida for some weeks yet, because of r.
'
Tltusvllle, are already anticipating a Flyers. the Committee, and a full attendance Is mile north of Fort Pierce Four' acres tbe recent recovery of two of the 'children
'lilt to this place, which will be in'Gctobar One sorrel horse \\\ (hands high, nine desired. ire cleared and fenced! ; and there are from sickness. The coming twelve) 1

or November, They expect to charter years old, perfectly sound and gentle. Whisk broom .. ,.10, 15 and SOcts. E. V. HAH. W. I., nuofiLCTT. 2o ,flOO bearing pineapple plants on the months will witness treat( changes and I
a yacht and cruise up and down the Suitable for plow. saddle or buggy. Callon Children's Shoes. ,.23c COo '75o $1. Secretary > Chairman here are 2 If;acres ready Corm Improvements In the New Arlington and f 1
East Coast between Ormood and Miami or address, "New Home" Sewing/ Maohf.e..630.: r.lao. trees and pineapples. The Its lurrounrllajf IrouDda. Tbe Arlington i
for the purpose of hunting and fishing! --B.: W. CABHOLL, Tltusvllle. Two Burner 011 Stoves l remaining nine!' se'eal. good pineapple Hotel Company la being{ Incorporated
Foe D.Land.'Mr.
and erecting their many Indian River wick or wlckless f *9' More Tente land and a portion of It good for trtws. with Mr. 1'eok holding the controlling ;

ends. anti Lot For Sale Chamber Suites from ..$11.85: up. thh' ''It r., a frontage on Iqdlan Klver. The Interest and retaining tb* management. A l
Cottage W. If. McFarland, of place, site Is elevation Preferred Intclr bonds to the
CALL best uuildlng on a high e -bearlng
AT M.'TAYLOR'S PUOTOfraphlo '. :
F. Fla. '
Tltusvllle
C. A. OAJIDNKB' : has just received an order from Mr. John the the of will be sold, and the "
; 'overlooking river town amount $100,00)
and Indian River front
; Tltusvllle seehis and lot on '
Galler1- Picture Cottage the residences of Major V, M. B. Stetson for 100 tents for covering the md the Indian Ulver Inlet. Thera I I. .. proceeds will be used In making the New
,
Photographs between around hie residence at De-
Frames, Enlargements and Moulding and S. F. Gray, known a. the Empty Sugar and Rice Barrels. Land trees no house on the premises.Fort .1. Arlington; one of the most attractive resort
Taylor' terms halt < Always Price $700 I
;
I something new. Ender place. Address; : Coast and build tbe the dlningroom
balance on mortgage at 8 per cent, For sale. T, Florida Eat Railway a place part containing '
,cash, write 10Oxo. WALTXB A, Moons, For Sale at a llar alii. of some importance, with good prospects to the same height: as toe building; pro ;

Dray ng. Apply or M.:\ RoBsnts, 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. ?, ) for future development. There: per, thereby providing 2i additional a

Tltusville,'Flft. ,Alt of block 87, In the town of Titus- ire stores of all kinds,several churches, rooms, each with bath. I tended U In

Graying or hauling of all ktads prompt- A Fine Home For Sale. vllle Ha., located between the F E C. ichool, poMtofllce, telegraph office eta proposed to build! what 'Is to be ;
V attended to. Meets all trains. Stove for Sale. Railway depot and Ice Factory; price, Thl place will make a fine home and the finest swimming pool la northern ,
od supplied. Young; Orange Grove A model southern homo In South end '1700.00. Buildings on same are worth capable being made quite a plantation Michigan. Mr. Peck left, Tuesday evening !
River Five' hundred orange and grapefruit for Grand Rapid,Chicago and other ?
ALI'JUD'II.4DLET. Tltusvllle. part of Brevard county on the Indian the money
Brevard county, .
In-the south Land of mile treeami 100,0110p points during which time hot will complete
In tbe center of the pineapple belt. Nice Alao 80 acre of Pine | a
m abutting the Florida East Coast RaIl.a1.a 8-roomdwelling out-buildings.. Tea south of Woodley station. F. E. O. Ry. ,ran be placed on It Fine fiehing.hunt- the details of the) plan which la a

Convict Guards Wanted. 2-year old grove consisting of 000 trees 100 acres In fruiting/ pineapples) ; 4U orange; ran across west part. Price, S 10.00. Ing/ and oysterln/f' / In the Immediate vlelnlty. feasible one every respect. The major

in first-class condition-300 oranges and, 100 lemon lime and grapefruit' trees-most Vacant town loU, with cottage, nt Fort 1'lerce' Is headquarters part e' tbe Improvements will begin at

Wanted, good reliable, sober men as jt1'apefrnlt.100 tangerine oranges R. all have, > fruit oo them. Beautiful yards Fort' Pierce, the fastest-growing town on for hunting, fishing and sports general the lose of the resort season next sue 0
wvict guard. Experience not neoes- kumquats. Located la Sec. 5, Tp.34 tbla, and' flower garden. Will be sold at a Indian River. I ly. Price!, $IBOOt which !.,very cheap. umn. This spring the botel will be palnt-

tary Salary $20 per month and board.Address 40. If you want a nice young rove, For full partlcn lars address: 1 Call, or address For full 'Information address, eel, and tbe park will be benefited underthe
p. M.:Wooratjr, will salt yon. Prices for nel:cOO days' bargain.' "0" A. C, DTTTMAB, O. T. MOCAKTT direction of tbe landscape gardener., '
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'i:I Turnbnll, Fls. '2bW.00", C. T. Ankona McCABTV, Fla., : Car ADVOCATE, Ttt"uariJle. JTla. Fort' Pierce, FI*. Ankona,Brevard County Fla. F. A. Goeck, .
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, fAY 9. 190.
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hoar. Could It be pOllIll>le' that the ward part of the bout It'vrent" ver. B, B. RED GAMES. "

GDnSl der-. -. lynx bad, grown weary of nla vigilanceand I "Small and Mckernoa: were. ,on the ASPHALT GRAM ROOFIN
I Irk abaudouod bis prey? The nabr I Ipowdered second thwart. Ivcndrlck;: and Rogers They Lead the Wair--nd Some of
I\rf\ AD. I : over tbls Idea the more con. on the tblrd and Foyw and myself on Them Drlnar Faiicr PI'I.... '

rlnceil I became that 1 was correct I the fourth. The Black Breasted Red games

AjvoCTEr : listened luU-utly: for while longer: butcould I Tlio first() time we righted her all stand at the bead of the game birds all GUARANTEED! FOB 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 TEARS.
> bent not u Bound. I decided to bands were all right but .. aoonaa we! over the world. They hardly need description -

wake a venture, but the tales I bud got tit>f right aide up the.. Portuguese! so well known are they. An WITII NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
toward related of the cunning of these clamOred In without any Idea of what Important point la what is called .ta-
.
fi enlmals,made UJP cuutloua, So carefulIj. to do. and as'tbe boat win half full of tlon. nnd with the majority this means

l ; slowly a fraction of an Inch at a water IIIbt! rolled rIght over again. We length -of leg. We see many at our

I f time. I rultird the trapdoor nil wont down u sal u. As Fojrw came! eastern shows that readily poke their Carder-Campbell Compan
I \;A "Quick aa u (lush I pulled the'trap- up be shouted to the!' captain, '1 struck. beads through the top of the exhibition ;

L -door down again and a howl of rage bottom tlult thu (,l1l>tllll).' We auccopded coop to look about or to crow.

wakened the echoes<< of the baru. I bad In iRnIn righting her. but she When In proper poise the eye of the of Main Street FLA.
Shack No. 1, Foot JACKSONVILLE
the front 'leg of the lynx Jammed between rolled right over and when abe carne male :ia directly over the line of the ,

the trapdoor and the Uoor. Us np all of the! piifnoDKera nod SurfniunFoyc shank. The original typo was much -Southern.Selling Agents for-
I claws wore irmly( Imbedded In the were lulHblns; The uext to go: like our Brown Leghorn males in shape

I I r strong unyielding fabric of my boat were Clm e, Nlckerson and Small. I and carriage. WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND ORAV!
l SpUD coat, and-there we were I "saw them once fifteen feet away drifting The unnatural carriage of the present

couldn't pet away from tWo .YII%. and with the tide but they soon ank."CuItnlll' type hUll not pleased a large armyyntb ROOFING. Cabot's Sblngls Stains and Deadening Felts. National PaintWorks'

It ,couldn't get away from ,iu*>. Whenever Eldredge/: told ua not to .
and Technical Paints
R ; It Jerked around too luucb, Us waste any more strength In righting Structural

i claws hurt my shoulder and 1 would, the: boat but to cling on. Rogers Kendrick : DaRONDE'S "LTTHITE" COLD WATER PAINT.
EtITAISAr pull down tighter on the trapdoor to and piys"lt climbed upon the hot- "" /

u !. 'make !It keep atlll. HM..I It would cry: torn while Captain Eldredge clung to

and snarl and trblnv _v..pt.I.f<<"rocloimly. the< rudder. trace and oald. 'Come boys Lt

pleadingly and IniplorliiKly- help uif up.: \Ve pulled him on once -&XTXTE BROS.:

"The cat 'bad settled down with but he wits Immediately washed. off

seeming acceptance of the loevltaMe.
e and I woe trying not to fall flsleep I _-.. = .. w'b7 "" i I Wholesale
i ii
A Boy's when suddenly acres the Mill summer l'' 5/1 Bottlers of Wm. J. Lemp
Night air floated the tune of -Adnltt Laurie.'

Lonely It was my father's wtiUtle. I guessed Brewing Company's St. Whiskey

Vigil In a be was on his way to the neighbor's to
1 Louis Beer. Keg Trade '
Of Awful see why I had Dot come home so I determined R
Cellar
to attract: Ills attention. 1 immediately r Our Specialty... House.
With ,; produced a series of whoops .

Terror Lynx and yells that would have done creditto ,

; at least a dozen Apaches on the war 3.24X3to; XS3OO "Wost; dAms: : JStroo'XT.sT ;
4 Th ferocious anal'atealtUy Canadian I bore down the
path. Incidentally on. .
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q lynx once! tIC dreaded by the jpfoiieers leg of the lynx,.and that anJtaal lit once ,
PAm OV B. B. BED GAMES!!
tt of upper Cauada bus :now nbnont entirely Joined In the ltaTu* and yowled like a

q the disappeared tIme' when the from.adventure Wilt region.At here. of dozen ulght.cnfUffhts Between on tile the. roof two nt of, the us dead the e been>i English the revival fanciers of and the the Old result English has :......,.......... ......

related task place they were numerous racket roust!! here been like pandemonium game; The recent contention as to the

and more dreaded than bears. let loose. -If _ay father bad been) possibility of raising such games aa' the u.ew.r s..tMi.a.a.l.n.W. :
One summer evening; ; a boy of ten anything but tbe 'sober) canny Scotch. present type of standard games has : For $3.20 0 e ::4 Full Quarts

i + left a neighboring farmer's :1 )use, man be was, be would undoubtedly had a lively inning In the American
where he bad been employed, to 'return : (have taken to :lily heels; but after ejaculating Fancier. At the same time real good ca OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD
to him own borne couple of miles -"Lord a'I' one. are quite scarce and we do not
fervently. presurve us /
away. Too boy a' wan tor many see any very large numbed of them Calhoun Pure
be 'climbed -over tbe fence, and started I Rye Whiskey
years, Mis the story la tbe Los Angeles ,toward tile barn. He bad! a lantern and with 1I11'In a whole year but those who

Times: his old musket ;loaded with buckshot. are fortunate enough to produce a few.
Tart of miJE'4 through a ifUIck I -calling Via ,here In the cellar of them ate able dispose- of them We ahlp In Plain Package, no mark to Indicate contents, which will
i kept on
Told all comment When you get It and test It;if It In not.atinfaotorT..return
at better than la paid
d iI piece of woods, wbhda ame'' close ,to !" mentioning: my"name. quickly a price .- it at our.xp"n"<> and your$3.20 will be eheertollr.refuaded.. This whisker llan
j tbe road OB btt" ..lde .11\18tOl ,I neared '"",Wbere Bobby?* be! called."I for the average cow or horse and surely .. good an >njr. KT.00 Ktxxia in the market. and can. give
nreyoa. they cannot call for equal trouble you quicker delivery than distant Looses. We have been doing bnsfnefm In
explained any -exact whereabouts this city and at the same stand for :itO years, and a* to our roaponalblllljrmud
without requiring much ,pressing and and expense In tbe rearing aa-must go reputation for houeit. .dealing we refer you to any bank or merchant. hereto
to the bringing of either the cow or tbe to tbe eaitur of this paper.
,be at once divided\ the-sltuatloh.
horse to selling age.-Featber. SOLOMON & LEVI
"Setting/ tats lantern oil the floor, be ,
_ stretched himself flat-on ,his breast on I928-I93O First Ave.. P, o. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala.

the floor with the'musket level In frontof Cur ?s When Doctors Fall. JVMTIOR-We par espre..oharfffw to all points reached by the 'Southern ExprmwCompany
," but tw Itnee of other compttnte we only to
points on vxprew prepay point
him. so that The!' shot would not pass Mrs Frank Chiasson, Patterson La., where Southern FxprtMwi Com puny trHn.f.*ri. to aid other company. We cannot ship
through the :flooring.; Taking; 'careful writes June 8th. 1001: "I bad malaria 0.QD.rrlee Hat tor other goods un &I>pll.... ton.When writing plwum> mention UiUi paper."
fever In bad form under treatment tt .
very was .
a ffsL aim he fired mjand :the claws convulsively
I' r .1 ay clittelwd tuy- shoulder!! ns the taking by their doctors medicine, but ad tbe soon fever as I stopped would I .........................

f a r 1 r1' great!: cat ''bad Ittl proverbial nine lives I '. -I return. I used a sample bottle of Her .
toll 'blown to ttnrithrreeua! at once. The .
THE CAPTAIN FLOATED AWAY, biDe, found It helped me. Then boughttwo
lynx; ,meamiiMx a tiilBeover six feet. lie was again assisted up, but be bottles, which completely cured me. CHAS.: S ,I-i 'C':1Ni.I: &5 OO.I
!from nose to UU3. I feel grateful to you for furnishing such
couldn't stick. 'It was then' all I could a splendid medicine, and can honestly SIT. IUD w.. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE._ *. FLA.
do to look out for myself.: but soon aft- recommend It! to those suffering from
Terrible Disaster' of er looking; around I saw Kendrick and malaria as #1C will surely cure them"

Monomy Lifeboat Captain Eldredge Boat away. They Herblne, BO-cent bottle at B. R. Wilson

stink quickly. 8on' ___________ FULL
f "Just then Rogers grouped me about Silver Spangled Ilnmbnrcr.Thl Fuw-
While nttcmptlnjt to rescue the crew the neck and held on like a vise. The cut shows tile, plumage of prop

-- icrf [the 'barge Wadena recently the boat man was crazy land In iny .opinion never erly marked Silver Spangled Hamburg t
of:the :Monom.v life saving station near knew 'what he 'was doing. I bad a EPAESS EXPRESS !

., 1 Obathnui. Mass, waa upsot. and all but hard fight to shake him otYo .'but finally PREPAID
; PREPAID
one ,of both .crews perished. Surf man did so. He was unable to bold on any _
'
Beth !? Elite the only\ -survivor, tells longer\ and was soon washed Into tbe \" GO

the story of the dlsnster: sea, a raving maniac. ,/---\j: \ .. j fr-- a

"Wlw n ,all t\ve mw wnne }In the boat "1 was"now alone with no expecta. ,

Captain: Eldredge aaiajr utto cut the Lion of getting ashore alive. The tide '17 ''''''' ',0-'
paluter. Surtman O born Chase cutaway seemed to carry the'boat Into smoother ; 4'u,

,the TOpe>v Itb au art. water. As It did so 1 kicked off all that p flJ6QtS j .
"11.1 going away from the barge we was left: of 'my clothing that I could.

hipped a small sea.. Two ,of tbe ..Portuguese thinking; I would make one supreme effort lJ. t t; IDoC

,passengers then became excited and try to swim ashore. just then i .( I h
and Jumped up In the boat. I caught Captain Elmore Mayo came along with ,""' r DfL1VEREl) FO
them and forced the two ttlto.the bottom his boat and pulled me In, I waa almost ((1r ':;' < '2 QtS
of the ,boat 'ThJ>n a' Urge amount gone and could not have stood It muck 7.'o'44j C
"
tJ = ,," .--- of water 'w-ns shipped. As !It, clime hi longer.' =.I. ;l $ 9o9 ,
over the side four men. all but Mr. .
"A nelgbbor ran In with a bottle ofChamberlaln'l
ft if I 1 I M captain of the barge Jumped all Colic Cholera and Dlar- Agents for the Paljst Drewfoa-IOo.
with fcnr. This
the boat yelling
qiefT rheoa Remedy when my t<\a was lIuJ1'er.log .
t THE: LINT BOqn.U WITH JIAOE. Interfered with our men In rowing, and with severe cramps and", .given up

'1' the end of the forest bounded road a more water was shipped. As those as beyond hope by my regular physlolan male. The feathers were sent to American I They temporarily
y cracking In the branches overhead and erased fellows rushed toward the for- who stands high In hla profeasfon. After Poultry Journal by'O. O. Wherryof 1) on'i T ake P 1 fS 'g cure constipation,

slightly In advance of me caused my administering three doses of It, my ion Montrose Colo. by agitating the
heart to stand still with fear and iny regained consciousness recovered entirely -
bowels, but regular action cannot be setured until the fiver
HOPELESS CASES within twenty-four hours, says ;
I Ere I
brown to foster.
bare legs go '
World Wide Iteputntton. secretes enough bile to make tile IntesllneS
Mrs Mary Ilaller of lit. Crawford Va. _, .
3 bad gone a dozen paoe I beard something This remedy Is for sale by all druggists I White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved execute their natural functions
what the doctor lenvea and
drop Into the dusty road. Without : say tHe ural
and medicine dealers.ev.rfeedlni world wide the best agitation caused by cathartics
a reputation an being/
.ease is hopeless. what remains .ta he I ___ .__,_
and
hesitating a moment or turning my continual Increasing doses to
done? NothingUPt.hedoct.or'w' rdiiItiDal. -'- of alt worm uenirvyvrB, and tor ire tuaio
bead 'I .ran straight to the roil fence )Much if you will listen to the Can.ea Death.A Inflence on weak and unthrifty children, attain the results. Unnan
which bordered the road. I wee now as It neutralizes the acidity or sourness
atatementa of men and women who were lady writes ,me that ,her turkeys
at tbe edge of the clearing. It was the once 'lIopel"ls are dying. Upon Inquiring Into the of the stomach improves their digestion
back field of farm and was I and assimilation of food, strengthenstheir
our own
a eases given tip by symptoms u4id the way she feeds I am on the
newly plowed. A short distance from doctors And who of tbe opinion that she Is killing her nervous system and restores them r liver cure Chills
and of
to the health vigor elasticity j ,
the road stood a log 1 burn, with a cellar were perfectly and
underneath which bud been built for permanently cured turkeys with kindness by overfeeding.She spirits natural, childhood' 25: at B. e and Fever and every form of

the storage of roots and vegetables, >y the use of Dr. feeds them live or six times a'day. B. Wilson .Son's\; drug store. Malarial\ Bilious Remitting and Inter
t A turkey In a state of nature picks up
while tbe upper part was filled with. Pierce'. Golden time A Coro ".... Fevers and, by going:: to the seat o( the
Medical Diacovery. Its feed, a bug or !grasshopper at a ,
bay. Nothing U more and never gorgpa'Itself with food as It To cure corns get a little gutta percha trouble works permanent cure.
"I cleared the fence with no remem. tissue from druggist, cut It Into strips BOTTLE.
sure than that la \liable to do when we feed the flock.A a FIFTY CENTS PER
f bronco of ever touching It. As I struck thousands of men duck can be fed all It will eat and as and then wind a piece! round tbe corn.

o Across the field I glanced over uay and women with often! as It will'eat, but If you feed a which must first be moistened wltb.olU Jl. B. WILSON &:; SOX.
I 'r ., shoulder Just In time to see an Immense diseased luno;*> turkey the same way you are euro to See tbat tbd edges of tbe tissue are as -r _
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,1, Jynx: poise Itself on-the top rail. Its ugly obstinate coughs, have trouble. A turkey Is a voracious eyed as possible, and when you have -
r Iiead and short and curved tall hemorrhage,. emaciation a of the .
ears and nightaweata eater and will eat tia often as you feedIt. wound It round wet the Inside IF YOU WANT A... .
In fearsome relief the-
showing against This
,of turpentine.
end with
spirits
have been I can only get time to feed soy tur- .
i strip .of sky behind. Just a'ljec nd tie} restored to perfect I keys throe times n day and aa they will cause it to stick firmly If you
brute paused, and then It leaped frpm health the It down. With a feather dippedin
by ie uonrly all live nud make rapid growth press
: ? tbe fence and struck after me. of- the Diocovery I think thdt U all that Is neccasury. turpentine touch the'edges of tbe tissue '. .Building Lot
"I managed to rrncb the barn aheadof ." Will it cure .2" I 1 A neighbor told uie that her turkeyswere and they will unite. Leave for .. ,

the beast but bud no time to swing you ? dying and I sent her word to four days then take off' the dressing ,
the door shut. 1 made for the It baa cured in 'yll I i I the '
great and will be able to remove .
k come and get some grit to give them, you or a Jot with a BUILDINO READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
trapdoor Doll by a mighty effort raised out ninety-eight of cases bun- as I knew she was not giving them any corn with the back of a penknife.A .
it. I hud time to slide underneathand every LAND FOR AN ORANGE
just falt6fut little In the GROVE,
Ired where it was given a fair and grit I advised her to put a
pull It down wlieu I beard tbe trial. By that record you have only food every. morning. She did so, and VAlUABIn MEDICINE '." PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN
j, +claws of the lynx 611 tbe barn floor two chance in a hundred of failure and her turkeys are no longer dying. It .Foe Cou.... and Colds In Children.
'Tho wily creature seemed to be aware ninety-eight chances of being restored was the absence of sharp grit that "'I have not the slightest hesitancy in- We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
{that I could not be far away an'11 to perfect health It ia worth trying.Abr.m caused them to die.-Mrs. Charles recommending Chamberlain's Cough
\ ''less time than It takes to tell It bad Vtftr Baq.,of Roekbrldire' ,Grn Co. in Remedy to all who are suffering from Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you are
JII,, write. : "My wife. had a severe attack of, done Turkey Culture. Chns. 31. .. J '. '.
scented underneath tbe trapdoor. coughs or colds
me says Cramer
pleurt.y..1 tuna; trouble; th*doctors yavar her looking this way, drop a line to *
"With a..*'age whlue of Joy it began ipto die 6he commenced taking Dr. Piefcesiolclen Farms. n well known watch maker'orColnmbo,
re to tear and scratch with its powerful Medial incovery and ahe beg.o to For Those Who Live on, Ceylon "It has been some two :yearssincehe 3rd Vlc..Pre.ldent.ILORIDA
raprove from the and claws at the edge: of the trapdoor. A hd taken eight or ten bottle* ahe was cured, Dr. Berjdn Tana DI., writes: "I have City Dispensary first called my
and it was the aI.... of a larn amount being used Ballard'a Snow Liniment; always attention to this valuable medicine and EAST COAST R'Y
chain down underside ,
bung from the
sold her, thl.t the 'Golden Medical Uia- recommend It to my friends, as I am confident I have repeatedly uaed It and it has always !
and to this I all la; beat medicine in the world for
bung with my strength Cover) ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
bog trouble. there Is no better made. It Is a been beneficial. It baa eared me
/ fearing every moment that tbe strong FRRK. Dr. Pierce'a Common Senile dandy for burns." Those wholive on quickly of all cheat colds. It Is especially
claws would succeed In wrenching Hedical Adviser containing over a thousand farms are especially liable to many accidental effective for children and seldom
a" i way all that stood between me and a ,large pages ia Bent jrtt on receipt oats, burn and a'vises, which takes more than one bottle to cure themof
i frightful death.Then of stamp to pay expense of mailing_yr. heal! rapidly when Ballarfl'a Snow Liniment hoarneoess. I have persuaded many JOB PRHTTHTG:
after a time all was still. I Send :ai one-cent: stamps for the) book in la applied. It Abould always be to try this medicine and they are all ..
L (kept Quiet and listened a long time. It paper covers, stamps for the clothbound :kept In the house fopbaaesof' emergency. well pleased as myself ore the results." OF ALL KINDS
lj I seemed as though the night must be 01'11 ..Dr.> R. V. Pierce 2 rte, fiOoU and $L at B. R. Wllaon.tSOD' Fo sale by all druggists'and medicine

l 'plr) KQP*., I must Dave been tb.era.for Buffalo, N. Y. dealers. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATK, MAY 9, 1902. 1

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F.ofesslonal; Oarcls.f .
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r Beautifying Towns and Cities. THE RUSSIAN OLIVE. FOR THE CITY LOT.A Notice of Attachment. '

::=- This Is the time of year when from I

unitary !If not from Slsh f : M. BOBBINS; esthetic reasons a. Moat Reantirnl OrBaauental Tr.o.In ReasonsWhy
Be Bvlll Low Coat TUB
ait r rorNTY COT'tlT IN AND FOR +
G the dwellers of cities and towns DO Favor In .h. \Vr.t. Ill-ovum county: Flouts
111
hundreds of renders are corn
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR matter how great or small should bestir "''''bo is figuring; on planting the cur You Should Insist on Having,
tantly looking for plaits for poultry'hOURt.'S lloncl it: llund Company, a Clorl|> J
AT-LA.W.I, I themselves to remove the debris beautiful Russian olive as nu orna ration <>t ma ttutw of '
forts
that are bent adapted
mental this asks the Denver l''p' OIL Plalmltr. 1 1I3 }
spring;
: of whiter and clean EUREKA HARNESS
I In State And United States up and beautify Ing their fowls comfortnMe and healthy V8.
\mil practice Field and Farta. Tbe tree is botanjc' Louis O. Hed.lnn, Defendant.
Court. not only their private grounds, but and that can be built at a low cost. A ewers hard leather oft.
ally eteagnua and the species august To L<>ul. O. Hmlileu defendant' the above '
Office at TixusvitLB!, FLA. the public streets and parks. As a folia. It belongs to the same fiicilly nu house that will be found sntlufnctory Especially p pand.: enlisted milt ,Hint all other |iwm1)na tatormted.You .
In moat 1 IA lIIu"tl'ott'I'ht'rt"wlth. { out water. are hereby iiotlneililmtawrltof attachment
writer In the cases Keeps
current
Century says. the buffalo and will graft I,
berry, they hap wrn Ixmivil nualnat you and jour property,
OAULDKX cleanliness order and beauty ore within together. It was Introduced in the west This house la tu tin' Kluipe of a hexagon A heavy bodied oil.HARNESS. If< -wlt: All that iraut ..( land lying In Hrevanlttonnt.v.Klmliiu. ,
n L. and makes a very handsome and anil HenrrllHirl. a* follow The
reach of the smallest and poorest about ISO nlidthe.. first trees planted north 4m feet
11ATTORNEY.AT-LAW community 'and they are cheaper are still standing, so far ns we are ableto Au excellent preservative. R.t! living the miinu land itaanrllieil In INwd honk
hR t" ,
skew 8MJ ;.I/\J./ rat and iM, Racers or
to maintain than slovenliness and dirt. lourn. It la growing in the higher I'' educes cost of your harties. llr*>ariiiit.v. Klortila, l>el inning to the salt
IflU practice In all the Court: of the State elevation of the sand lilIU of northwestern Never burna: the leather;, its LtmlaO. lt ,ililinnil I I the' litillilinir' thereon, attached -
and the United States Court One man cnn do much to arouse village increased. HUIIM.V the I demand of llouil llonil
4 riorl'la' Nebraska: where it was plant. Efficiency 1$ (Company, a oorporatlon or the Slat* of "'I..rhl"r
pride to organize efforts/ for bet
r,0 Box 238. TITUaVILLK, FLA.L' ed with other trees many years ago. secures. bent service. onfonvmaut" of lieu. for material Curiilahed' .
torment kept from breaking. Header for the lm.nll..tI"n of a biilUltiiK' upon
The companion trees are all gone and el\lIll"n.l amounting in ''';:I.3a.
j. WEBB "To keep the Interest alive In organ- only them survive. Isolated specimens OIL Now unless you Khnll appear before the Court
In ...1.1.111&( ... ,
kind .d 1,1.,01 lorilrimir tn the ilmilara- t
lied,work of the says the 'wrlt. make spreading round topped but sold In allLocalities ..
.1'. | lion sled herein at the olui ka A TTORNEY.A T.LA W, er, "It Is essential to lie able to pointto somewhat Irregular trees. In hedge ilium*Titimvlilo, said "oonnty and state on
Mannmrtnral bp the' nle ilay 'In Almimt A. It. Una, l>eln ; the 4th.
practice In the Courts of the 7th practical results achieved and to forms tt grows! very much like the gray .R.. .rd till C'ompnur, duty ,of anlil month, a default will be entered
Will bold ore fence willow. Its foliage Is silvery K.lnxt you In "". miiir*.,alI "">i>llo"tlm> will
out various desirable things to be
Taxes paid for nonresidentsmd .
Circuit. lie made to the Court fur Iliml. ,tin itviui'iit and
rents and accounts collected. definitely aimed at. The community; white like the buffalo berry and with -- your Main proiwrty: will l>.. ."... Ui|>uy said dabs. 1
Its brown bark It maker Soil uttlnfy aaiil lion.
glossy deep
.. FLORID '. should be Interested by some deflnlte Vvorucu us Well as Men Wltn>a my haiul and the deal of Mill imurt at
TiTUSVILLE advance made a fine tree for tbe lawn. It Is partially the Court Huiim at Tltunvllle, Florida. this the t
each certain tan.
year- thorny, but not to the same extent as Are Made Miserable by 4ih day of A l'rlllllO:!.
A. A. STEWART,
glble objects accomplished and certain
D. PENNEY, the osage orange or honey locust. These (Seal Co. Ct.) .r County Clerk.By .
A. Inviting euda to be looked forward to. thorns In many and perhaps In most Kidney Trouble. n. A.Stewart, I). O.
I II
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, And the public should be Imnrussec cases are the spurs that bear the blossoms D. L. Gaiiltlen rialntlflt' Attorney. aiuo julll

with the practical advantages derived and fruit The berry is elongatedand I a
EXTERIOR OV TUB HOUSE.convenient
TIIUSVILLK, FLORIDA from such actlvltles-+bow they actual. Is about the size of an ordinary Kidney troubles prays upon the mind Notice.
one and Is just the thing I courages agd lessens ambition; beauty,vl
Will practice In all the courts of the 7lh ly pay In dollars and cents by inrreas pea. covered with a sweet pulp which for the city lot where space Is limited. ..'* and cheerfulness dlS-1 -
when removed leaves the true seed TMlCE..1 ciFrvnr rornr or TUB: BKVRNTK: JIT.
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Judicial Circuit. Ing the attractiveness of a pine* and 0 : disappear whon tho IN
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about twice ns long and thick as a The ground or floor plan will show you illnlal. Circuit of Plnrltla In and fur Hrevartt ,

consequently the value of property, as gain The seed Is not the Interior arrangement. The alas: of'f' *'noys are out of order County. .
of wheat
good or diseased ). "
D.Vanltaman
ORGAN: ,. well as In adding to the beauty of ex. easy to germinate. Tbe wood la light; ''f' l 1 Kidney trouble has Coiiii'lnlnunt, |I

FREDERICK Istence and making life richer and and brittle. \Vben.ln' bloom tbe flowers become ao prevalent .ntphnnli.M-Vrt-Morton- I I- In Clmnrery. '

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, fuller." which ore insignificant, are ex- I that It |Is not uncommonfor George W. Morton et al.J ;

la many communities'much has been tremely fragrant, much like those of a child to bo born An affidavit having teen filed In till Court j
Loans, Notary Public. ;:afflicted with weak kid- I>T Urn attorney fur the >iotiipl"liii>iit, stating the '
accomplished through the orgnnlzcdeffol.t .the Dowering currant. The Russian ';'" \ =. neys. If the child urinates iHillnfor the uttlnnt that the alMiva dnfvnilunta,

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography of village Improvement socle olive will grow readily from cuttings.! .;<'1' too often, if the each 8tri'>lmnl.. 1\Iortnlll\n.1 Jeorim W,IMorton, are
nt thiiin nvnr the age of itl years and reads
TrrusviLLE, FLA. ties. Such organizations are not out ot We have not tried this!, but will do so! In urine scalds the flesh or If. when the child without' flu Htate of Fli' >rl the spring. It does not sprout from the 1 reaches an age when It should be ablo to of Now' York, Slate of New Yoltt.Nixr .
1-- place In ,any town There In always: therefore, It orileroil that you, Stephanie
H JONES roots. The plants can now be bought control the passage It Is yet afflicted\ with d. Morton and I you, ftanripi TV, Morton,
jtTTADK; work enough for them to do In the from moet western nurserymen: bed-wetting depend upon It.: the cause of aii..arrn the. lull of "nmlI"II"" till ill,, In this 1NOTICR

11 I beautifying of public phl 'l'l1. crciitlng .. the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first iiBiin at the cinrk'a Olllce\ of this Uonrt, In Tttimvllle -

j ,'REAL, ESTATE: AND INSURANCE parks and 1)llIvJtround planting shudi Gardening step should be towards tho treatment of riorl'la on the
Roar for Deoratlr. -, '0"- these Important organs. This unpleasant SECOND! DAY OF JUNK,A.I D. IIW9,

Loans and Collections. trees protecting/ scenes' or cherlshm The accompanying print from a photograph trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the and masetlthereaftsras' yon may l>. advlaatl.Thin .

beauty and setting them apart for was given In American Gardenlng -,. kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as order will ha iinhllnliril, with in little, TITUS and In other be done In lay as rosy 1>..,In the EAST TOAST' ADVOCATE,
VILLE FLORIDA public enjoyment, ninny to show what can a most paople'auppo.LWomen week '
onua a for lour ooimenntlva week, soda
.,--- ways. decorative way with nn old farm wag; as well as men are made miserable copy 'hereof shall, within I twenty lave from thisdate
with kidney and bladder trouble, IMI sent t>y mall toeaon of the ahnva, defoniU It {
'GEO. A. WOR LET, The benefits oC such work are beyond and both need the name great remedy. .ant at their, aildra. given In the xtldavlti, and
FLOOR PLAIT. another mmtttil at th Ounrt HOIIMI duor of
computation In dollum aid cents, slnl't'a The mild and the Immediate effect of Hrevard copy Countr.: \

ATTORNEYAT.LAW.General. higher standard, of'living Is market this house Is 10 feet 0 Inches,, the corner Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is sold nuns and nnlrrail. the Clcrk'n, llfrtne. atTKtiinvlliB. j

; 0 feet long and the cen- r Florida,thla thu with day of April, i'
| practice In. State and Federal In more beautiful' home surroundings. postsare by druggists In fifty- A !>., HXMJ.
Courts. All business entrusted will In better architectural standards domestic t a ter of the house t 0 feet from floor to cent and one dollar ; [L.S.] A. A. STEWART: ..

receive prompt attention.' mercantile and public; In better peak of roof.-National Poultry Jour sizes. You may have l FI R6 0 '' bt Clerk Circuit Courtltrevartnunty! ) :, 1,

[ General Counsel for the Tuttle, Estate. nal. .. sample bottle by mall 5
Miami. kept highways. Improved pavement free also pamphlet tellnom.of swamp-It.aa Nutlco of Aiipllcntlou For Tax: A I IDcell.

MIAMI r FLORIDA. good sidewalks and the like. "Tlu ntglk Priced" Grain. lag all about It. Including many of the \

beautiful' Is to be II this winter thousands of testimonial letters received
city pretty apt The high prices of grain
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from sufferers oured. In writing Dr. Kilmer Unilor Heo.g, Charf.; 4sea. Lawn of florlila.XOTIOK : :
ANDREWS healthful both physically and morally are not without their good results.
TAMES city & Co., Binghamton N. Y., be sure and : IH HEREBY LIVEN THAT JOHN
and tile same Is true of tbe Hiuull Many a poultryuian is feeding an Increased Henry, A Kent, pnniliaaer: : of;Tax Certlltoato I Mo.
mention this .
paper.BEST fill.I, \\-J aiuf H1, dated the 6th of July A, 1>. r
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. est village, ratloh of ground meat and IMtiH, lies, fled said onrtltlnuMi In my otlloa, anil t
I Main office and postoffice address TITUS- bone or cut green bono and cut clover baa maila appllimtiou for tax deeds l to l.mi. Inuwunlance
with law Paid eertltloate .inbrao.a
; VILLB. Broach office at FORT PIJCRCK. hay. Cooked vegetables, ) are being add the following(;'1..orlh..J.proiierty. ltiiat.il.(In lirevaril J
Deafness Cannot lie Cnred. ed to the mash more frequently than FOR THEBOWELS county Florida to will All Mention l'' }
| Troseoutlno; Attorney for Brevard Co. all nf fr.ot.onftl8mitl' (>iiH). all of Unction H, alt{
1 when Krnlnj; was cheap. High prices In T..D.hlp8'J.South of llanit.3D )!Kant and MM ''
Notary Publio State at Large. by local applications as they cannot are making tbe average "hen or N4:\ I "WI!: of l'IK\' \ NW" and BM) of Motion /

'- reach tbe diseased portion of the ear. think more than bo has done man"I 4,'TUWD..I\\)an.)W./ South belnir of anae lianun..ud Ut DA the Kiuit.W data.. of the

OTEPUEN" E. FOSTER, There Is only one Way to cure 'deafness, -.-.=..-- balanced rations and new I (issuance of...eh rartlltoittea the name of VIO' t
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and that Is by constitutional remedies If yon bavm't a rurnUr: fcaaltbr mov.m.n1. of th* Ida Hmithoru Dallwa Company tlnleia' aalilnertinuaui j'
.
food for his bird. w : kill b. "e
tar .r p ourbow.l.op.n.nn.lb.
7 shall 'be redeemed aiiiHrdln K> law
w..r."ur..11I .. ..
th of
Deafness Is caused Inflamed | .lu' :
by an condition
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, Tbe mon who has In his cellar a ."' .' olan' 'I. tan ..aii<. The.molh. tan deed w/1115nus tbersou on the sill. day of
os the m.cousllnlng of the Eustachian WApbDOa.e ..s.e..lu.t. 1110./prrwjway; of .kel lus til. Itunr.!* May, A.D. liKM. Wit,,,... my ofllolul) signature|
Sima Building, Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed large bin of mangclx, carrots turnips tlvar and: uUau I*to tall. and i..al this tbe 17th days of Aiirli A. O IIMHI,

( have a sound or 1m and< small potatoes stowed away In the CANDY I[IL. S.i A, A. HTHWAItti
JACKSONVILLE FLA.. you rumbling'
of llrerard ,
I Clerk Circuit Court Coun'TIorlll.
perfect hearing,and when It Is entirely AB CLIMBERS tK JDJTB. barn a lot of nice clover buy and well CATHARTIC ........ I

closed deafness is the result, and union on road lined with yellow locusts and covered with straw a long row of soft
W ALLEN the Inflammation be taken out and I anda Adiuliilfttratorn' Notice.
GEORGE can Us appearance on a June day. It la headed cabbages faces bleu grain ,
this tube restored to I Its normal condition
is
wide and about 800 yard long winter with little fear. If he -
even yard
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW hearing will be destroyed forever; nine '
situated so be can get green bone ': IA' HEREBY fllVKN: TltAT THE
| Ear WEST, FLORIDA. onses out of ten are caused by catarrh, long. whenever lie wants It be need not wor r.iKnd har.le.n..polnt' il and have
which Is nothing but an .Inflamed con Some of the pant used on the tree (l.galiy,1lallnml( | 1.. atlinlnlmratura, of the i
Will practice In the United States I, ditfou of the muootir surfaces. are noon multldora. Hen net's Seedling ry about proUts. t KutKteor MarthnC.Callannn.iluraaiied. In Hr*.

and :State Courts. 9Jun9aI We will give One Hundred Dollars for mo cboto. Dundee Ttniublcr. Anna Maria If gruli') is high, do not go to using varil county, ,,and Florida all nanoiia, All oreilltnrn" ,claim lutfiiteeaiillntrllititmn or

any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) nultOfio mid Queen of Ayrshire.Other damaged food because It can be bough EAT 'EM LIKE 6ANDY a iuau>li .' the runt* of Marts C. Calla
that cannot be cured by hall .. CatarrlCure. at a less price. Better fowl a smaller nail who led In the city of 1..1I1..lnll. polk
lilffnbnlu
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FRIES C. E. plants are grnndldorn.hull's Pl** n>, PaltM foMiK. Tub Good Dn eeoAKev.r hereby
r.O.I Send for circular. free.F. ..kl japon- tjunijtlty of good grain than a full feed 'aickon. W..k.n fOP arlp. 10. 1II..n.. M emrj.r county, IOaa'VU AUK"at In, list' are
Aiupelopslaleu verlllnd and
boneysu p. !box. Writ for irN.ample.. ana tiuuklo. o.h..llh. nollllttil to prennt the seine, duly
J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo O. and uefolla. of spoiled grain. bo> not keep on with Adilr.. tniTiKLiim authenticated to the un <
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Sold by. druggists, Tito 1 Ilall's Family I AaipelopHls_ quto. ] aiaititv eIt....,, careless tmw YO".. time prmnrlbeil by law or' thIs' notlo will be :(
.. tbe old artlojes: of food at high prices plwadad In bar of ....hl claim.
and sub dividod. Pills the best.Oeoa.loeal
legally .
surveyed are IL KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEANfRRY3 .. March 1M, Iwrj
unless you have found you cannot do t>at d at lieaMolne, Iowa. ,
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for Wla. r PraiBlnat of ..*. NIt ......... CALLAV4M,
all kinds of engineering: works. Disputed la an oft repeated piece of advice, better. Corn and oats have advanced V, I'. HnLsrs

lines a specialty. R.llef. yet as often unheeded that fall flow much more than wheat. Wheat Is the Admluistrak'n!, I

TITUSVILLR, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Visitor to the Prison suppose this ertng shrubs require winter pruning, cheapest food to as for eggs at present lit C. T. MnCarty Attorney. for said AdinlnliilritOM./ .,. \

life of yours In here Is a continual prices. Oluten'meal, linseed meal :
and usually severe pruning brln .'the SEE
i torture. bran and all tbe waste products In the
best results, remarks Meeban's Month.
"NT S. BURtfHAM M. :D. Notice t.
I Convict-Oh, no! Not no bad a... that making of flour and starch are usually t

tiWe don't have vlslton every day, you ly.The familiar example of such sold at a less price than their food Ut-H; .
prun M J: lA411' inmy
SURGEON and SPECIALIST 1)rt'K i'I'j
know.-Dnston Trnii rlpt.
ing Is tbe large headed hardy hydrangea. value and go a long way In the feeding The Farmer latanllon 4. apply to the linn.. A. IJ. ,J

Ear, Nose and Throat. lunpruned plant especially If of hens.-Dr. N. W. Sunburn In Poultry The 1'enney ( nnntyhdga of llravkril County.' .' a
Cures Eczema, Itclilntr Humors, Gardener rlorlilB, on the lull day.. of May, IIMIJ at Tltni- ,i!
WEST PALM FLORIDA old.. makes) a weak growth and small Keeper: .nu vllle, forailtliorlljf tn sell! at private" ..le all the
BEACH, Pimples and Carbuncles. r/,,bt, tills au4 l..Uret nr the Infant rrank M.
beads. A of +
plant
The
numerous any age HousewifeTMrlostalltanmo15
YOU KNOW DlniluM. In. and to that tranta lit land I jinicnHrevaril
Coats Nothing to Try.B. pruned back to a strong bud above the WHAT YOU ARK TAKlKO' TMy" (....a'l. rlorlila. and ilemrllxil I. follows -
T"\R. HOUOUTOTTS ., Init. fl. T. IH and l $7 or Hl'wk"II," and
old wood shoots forth with Immense When yon lake Orove'a Tasteless Chill era worm a.reut ,1 ruorwIban i :
B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is now Tonlo -' kind. to foot.e. a, IIandIJnlHli.ck"3"of. the nmirilmlVlllav
vigor and the heavy eRne thus. In, because the formula U plainly .v w yeb.m. *filal to' Kaa GallU, situated In Bra. l., .
recognized as a certain and sure cure for printed on every bottle showing Tp. !I7 8., R.87 K.
head. How dIm D. M. P..Y L OQDetroit
FLOATING duel makes a large
DENTAL APAUrMENTdon eczema, Itching shin, humors, tcabs pimples tmgly Iron and Quinine in a tasteless MI.". K. H. IMirK
the "Dentos scales, watery blisters aching bones cult It Is to bringoneself to cut off fo-ro. No cure, No pay TOcts.Tk Bt A> uariUn) for Inlant Kranfc M,1.I1101oli.

or j hints, bolls, carbuncles, prlchlnet painIn nearly all the wood just made'so nicely t

Now AT PALM BEACH.Foley's tbe skin, old eating sores, ulcers, etc. but bow much harder to see Two llMdrvd KsST !!... Notice.NOTIPK .

, __ ___ __ __ Botanic Blond Balm, taken deep-seated Internallycures weakly' plant doing Its best to support Does the so called 200 eju{ hen live, ---0- _0_ '00' __.... _0. 00 __ __ I* hereby iclven that II I I. my InUin-
the worst and moat
o' o all. the old twigs; and strong new to apply to the lion. A. l>. I'.n".,, f
oases by enriching, purifying and vitalizing well or is she only a myth The Largest and Most Como Ountx" uiiilic. soil fur Hr....rd tiMiniy
Kidney Cure growth as Van Florida. the pub of limi, 1ltnavllle (
the blood thereby giving healthy ('n answer to this query Mr. on day May a i.
altbnja In another shrub to be for jirlvat) .rats all th.unillrliliHl .
The .uthorltyso.11St
Diets Establishment South.
makes
kidneys end bladder rightVirgilliaHomes blood supply to the skin JJotanlo Blood dasln Duser says! Yes ir; she most certainly Interest of Marl'fllliu.s", the minor .l
Balm Is the only cure, to stay cured for considered In the same fact. does live and there are a whole lot of child l of John THInian, naMiil, In and to tbattrant

these awful, annoying skin troubles. It all tall blooming plants. them. I saw at the Maine Agricultural GEO. S. HACKER & SON, and demrllMtil of land lying a* lolluwao In Hrevanl wet County All that riorlila IMTInf ,

| heals every sore and gives tbe rich glow ) college farm a flock of bens the tnotl".1. l aeatluii 24,Tp.W, H. R.87 C:, which l
..f health to the skin. Builds up tbe Pleating fir P*_h O'rvbard. functions of wblt-b ProfesMor lie. north and weal"I the 'thread tlw channel J ,
broken down body and makes the blood I A common practice among Maryland PKK.producIng of Turknv< reek oontatnlnK:'MOM aore more or ')
Gowel bad so developed that .lees, with riparian rlirlita
red and nourishing. Especially advisedfor I peach growers and one to be commended I In JOB.!: n. TIC.LMAX
231 each one
they produced rigs
chronic, old cases tbat doctors, pat-I Is to plant the orchard oil aa.guardian for Marie. Tlltnian, Infant. '
You learn all about Vlrllnla'Land., ent medicines and hot springs fail to cure. year. ,,I do not recall the number of

Its resources, products, mode of out: Druggists $1. To prove B. B. B. cures land that was In some cultivated crop bens however. We ourselves have s

oration, prices, etc. by reading the cures sample sent free and prepaid by tbe previous season. The glut of tbe home record from 050;:; bens lust year of

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. writing Blood Balm Co., Allauta, Oa. whole matter is this: The soil cannot 201 eggs each. Tbey were single comb
for 3 month subscription to the Describe trouble, and free. medical advice be too well prepared before planting White IA'gborn.-Jloard'a Dairyman.

Farmer Co., Emporia Va. tent In sealed 1 letter. the trees. It..Is difficult to correct faulty' --- I

-- ....-----..- preparation after tile trees have been the are the most fatal of all dis .1
BANNER SALVE set Stops Cough

When A man's wife tells him to -- and works. off tile Cold. --.. eases.FOLEY'S.

the most healing ..Iveln the world. "wait just a IIt,<'Ond," h* can form I..we' ... "ot... ;

0 __ __0_._ some Idea of'tvliut, eternity Is like. A new forging rose. Souvenir d, cold Laxative In one DronuvQuInine day' No Cure Tablets, No cure Pay.a KIDNEY CURE ly f

Chicago r-tc'wa. terre[ Noting n cross between Mare- Price 25cts. MANUFACTURERS: OF Guaranta.d Remedy ;
BO YEARS' ;
44 chat Nlel l and Sin man Cocbet Is reported Sash. Blinds
11, EXPERIENCE Doors
The ll..t Prcaerlptlon for Malaria from Europe.It a
Profit IVIthovt nuokkef s. refunded. Contains
Chills and Fever In a bottle of Grove' Is said tbat barnyard and other who lid & Material or money
want
A poultry keVp: (T not Kcnlding Building eminent
by i
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply iron nitrogenous manure tend to produce to be !bothered with figures mild! b"ptil remedies recognized

1r andquinine In a tasteless form. No blight la both apples; and pears. In a' box what money was received I' Office Warerooms.. King! opposite physicians as the best for "

Cure, No Cure. Trice uOcts.TITUSVILLE'S I The new'rose Ivory the White Golden from tile tide 5f efff and fowls and Cannon Street Kidney and Bladder troubles. ;7,

t I Gate made a fine appearance at thira took out tbe amount nrvetrnry to baT Charleston S. C. PRICE SOc utd $'.00. .

b TRADE MARKSDESIGN TRAJ S. ent rose show In New York. gmn.( No si-count WAS kept of the eggs ,
If. \VII.SOY % I
HON.
f Coa>Y"IGHT. &.c.. Pope Ceo XIII. Is a lover of ferns and fowls lied and rnten but as th Sash Weights Cord anti' -- .l lClyde

",A n.nn.aenAing a.-.t.h .nd demrtptinn may the times of arrival and his favorite Is Adlaotum fareyenso. box al"'-- < ',111) ':/'fr.II') In It !1)1': could I.
I Iy W'flrtaln our oebH o (ros whether ae, The following are Steamship> Line
.f % i.pnhahay: yatentahl.. (Ymmunea.M and departure of passenger trains to and easily tell ':!If' i>r ii: rams tin, fYia., Hardware. a.
rlallr.wetldentl4Y I landb.wrk on Patanb
r/el, \ta.ant ;tuim.y for .. Co.racelre:: from Titosvllle- 'Violets are very easily Injured by to Tickets and rellenatlons via the Clyde1 1
Munn A
f'-un naHet without obar.a. lu OCTHBOCXD. blCX'O'llmoke.. Window and' Fancy ClassA Steamsblp Line can be secured of Cha*. :i

Scientific 'rita" Leaves Tltuavill.for Miami and > *.:.47 P>m.intermediate T7v flowers! of the blue bonnet the r II. Walton, at the ADVOCATE: office, TU "
at I '
point tats> &kI wvr of Texas: are of a delcat! SPECIALTY. tusvllle.Foley's. ;

*hanAwomey' .illnvtTitted we....1,.. 1 ara-e.* e$1'ealanun SOUTH BOOHD. wrcelalnlbhwand\ prouace'a peculiar! --- -
r''r, or.ny.Menueew. ...&. Term*. ..l Leave'Tltiuvlll. Jacluonvlll. I :tio.m.: This. signature I* OS every box of .... ,*.al_ '.'
tnu eunlbs./L sold..,a. lid latcnueillat.pointat I I beautiful effect as they occur in massesla Foley'slaney and Tar Honey and Tar ,
Laxative Brorno-Quinine TtobletaaM
i MUNN & Co.a1la'- York .* Tltnavlll. for ffanford TIIII: Law the fields. cure voids umoll..
No prevents pn
hiilr0" ATdv..Tltsavtllefrom Sanford 120 p.m r.aae4 baa cares C void In dFwl forcalJdrensafesure. opiates
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8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE MAY 9. 1903.N ,
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. AN UNFAIR CRITICISM. JAMBS.: PXITCKARD, President; WM. )I. Bitoinr, Vioe-Presld

.Notice. p. S. SCHITTLKK, Cashier
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.WMKbY: JOUaMAI.or Tel-IKDIAH DBVOTBD.1.lIa TO:TBOruBirr .LAKE DRVRG has The a Saturday leading editorial Review" ,(London entitled), I If INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN]

"The Roberts Myth in which it Too
WO TH A9D BIHOAT..BAT.BOTIOHI.PUBLISHBD Each day It grows warmer.
criticises pretty sharply the present will need a-Sumroer Suit before they COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

f BVXRY .FRIDAY.CJSABLBS condition of the British army and hot weather f Is past Buying one
Is especially severe in its estimateof Authorized capital, $1 OOC
now you got more wear out of your :
,, : H. WALTON Editor & publisher. Lord Robert as Commander-in- Paid up capital $25c
investment, say nothing about the :.c\c.d
a : AVerage deposits $.J
chief. In a sentence, the RevIew I comfort you will enjoy by wearing .*w 00.
Discontinuance of arlvti. mutt b.made p ronally "We constrained to real
_ says : one'of our 2-pleod salts, made expressly -
1 : at this office or by: writing! ize that in Lord .bad the Transacts
Wolsey we ti for Florida wear at prices ,- a General Bank'Bnsiness !

4, Oheolt,eta.,may be made payable to Cni.L.aH. man without the opportunity ; in )lower than hke garments have ever :

WAI.TOW: ,publiahor. the case of Lord Roberts, the opportunity \' I been sold. We can show you a 1; ,
without the man.* To \
3 }
line tt all suits from
strong wool t
Address all communications, toy; this sharp comment we add : while :
|5.60 to $10.00 thoroughly tailored largest and Oldest Bank on the Rh
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, we'concede to Lord'Wolsey all the p e" /
and neat patterns In pin stripes.A .
Exchange bought and sold
f1'IToIIVILLB, FLORIDA. military greatness ascribed to him ; on all forelgl
/ large; assortment of Negligee 2Y, + Countries.
.
the still deem its
Review
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Shirts! at popular prices.
17. 8. Department of Agriculture estimate-of Lord Roberts .is. unfair ? I : Patronage: appreciated. Prompt service, p,,|
i Men's low out shoe In new shapes y. tl4\-t.\: ': treatment,and every favor con?Istent with i

Weather .Bureau Jupiter, Fla. and unjust. in patent leather and canvass-comfort f servatiT tanking granted.CORRESPONDENTS1 .
It must not bejforgotten that the !
1
-corn-t. for hot weather. t
? Seaboard National Rank of New
"i The following is a comparative statement campaign against the Boers baa $Tew lines in ladles Oxford: andSandals. P r yah++ wLt! '. :National Bank of Jacksonville, ria.rrITY'1SYILLE York
of temperature and rainfall for the been attended with.unusual difficulties A ? .
FLA.
week ending Tuesday, Hay 6, 1902. ; that a very large scope of ,
Drop stitch and lace lisle, in hose
-1002- -1901- -
DATE.no MAX. MIW MAX. M1W. country-the Orange Free }State :. and half hose, very' } and the Transvaal-bad to be,covered ,
83. 70 70 I 50 ticles of apparel.
THIS SOUTHERN'FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAN1
1 83 74 79 62 by the British army, with Mall orders receive our special attention.
s :a 83 74 84 61 which they were not familiar ; and


a 3 4 I 5 84 84 83 0 63 70!) 80 91 83 65 64 68) and that,Orange on the Free other Staters band*knew the Boers their R. W. RHODES, The Clothier Titusville. Wood, Coal, Coke,' Brick, lime, Cement,

e 84 75 OJ 65 country perfectly and were pre. ------------- t
Total rainfall for the week .23 pared' to strike a blow suddenly .drh '

4 Departure from normal rainfall for the and escape through the mountains HUMANE SOCIETY NEEDED. ANNOUNCEMENTS.A Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.."..
week minus 0.60 laches.
: Departure
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and without the
from normal rainfall since 1 by-ways betraying
i minus 4.78 Inches. January ,, avenue of retreat to the opposing AKKONA, FI.A., May 8, 1002. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 26

BAL. P. UABDIIT, Observer.. forces. It is very doubtful if Lord Editor East Coast Adyocattt VOICE fnO'M: THE PEOPLE. J. K. :MUNNE LYN, General Manager

: Wolsey, with all bin! great ability. The crying necessity for good roads I I I FOBT PXBBCE, May 7,1903.. .

;a could have accomplished more than falls into Inolgnlflcanoe comparison BELIEVING It to be to the best Interests -
f "TnE East Coast of Florida is I Lord Roberts in probing the center with the need of intelligent, gentle men of the people of Brevard countyto
+t Paradise Regained.\ A true saying. to own and drive domestic animals- have Wade U. Jones represent us In & Baker
of the Transvaal and Free MeMurray
Orange
fl those who can understand the capacityof the next legislature, we respectfully
State. and humane to all Democrats of the to ,
a horse are enough urge county give
THE: Australian Commonwealth The Spaniards, in their mountain respect It. There seems to be a paucityof him their support at the coming primary

: baa adopted a penny postage for all fastnesses, gave the great Napoleon It along the Indian River drive,.at this on the 10th of July. 4O1-413 East JBay'Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
places within the British Empire. season of the year,,when horsefilet, larger MANY TAXPAYERS.
his longest and most tiresome camp Headquarters for ...
j I than bumble bees, make every moment
wilI lgn, not because they had better of a a burden, with the best FOR THE LEGISLATURE.:

JACKSONVILLE celebrate the leaders or were more skillful, in of treatment, and tbe deep sand, resulting Wagon Material Vehicles
l coronation of King Edward and warfare than other, but simply for from the longdrought renders travel To the Democratic' ) Voters of. ,Brevard Harness, Bicycles
County:
slow and tedious.
Britishers from all over Florida are the reason that they were fighting Ills especially distressing to notice the I wish to announce my candidacy for and Sundries

expected to be present. in their own territory and knew the lack of consideration for that noble animal the Legislature, subject to the action of "KELLY" SOLID
the. Democratic primaries to be held RUBBER TIRES put on your whee
country thoroughly, while their enemies who has for ages been man's willIng -
I ,. servant and friend-and In some instances July, 15th. Regarding my democracy and short
IF have pineapple slips did not. If Napoleon had not at notice.
you any famil
seems to be the only gentle blooded efficiency, the voters are perfectly
1+ or suckers for sale, do not fall to ever conducted\ a campaign previousto creature In the turnout. Loads that iar. If nominated\ I .will use my best endeavor

j advertise them in the ADVOCATE. the one in Spain he would, undoubtedly I two strong horses could not easily pull to ,serve the people faithfully. .' .

This is the medium to bring you have been voted a fail I through the loose deep sands are seen My platform of principles will be made

+ In the cash. ure by his countrymen and called I. piled up high behind one horse,and some- known to the voters. individually\ and on : DUPONT & MIDDLETON. .
seated above that the stump. Very respectfully,
times a man or two ,
home In disgrace What Napoleonhad urging the poor, burdened tolling, little W. H. McFARrAND. I -DEALERS IN- .

WH are now over the rush of ex.. to contend with in Spain, Lord beast along; the_ shortstops_ for rest he- /
tra work in this office and Roberta has had ,to contend with in Ing only a battle with bJood-tblratyllles. FOR COUNTY 'TREASURER.
our job A Humane i Society! quite ss urgentas : ; .YELLOW PINE LUMBER
the Transvaal. Of course If the .
and solicitation of
Is At the
department ready to attend to all good roads; but more than'all 'Is needed request my
; orders sent in. .Reader, do you need Boers had fought In the open, the) the right sort of teaching to young many friends throughout the County, I GOSUNG3VILLE, FJ.A.I .
I would have ended long hereby announce my.elf'aa a candidate I t
war
ago; children. truly.
any stationery? If you do, give Very for the office of County Treasurer the Our mill la located Wawa
but did not the British UMANlTY: saw at on the St. I.ucle River, 261 miles south o
the ADVOCATE office a share of your as they are .. coming: primary election, July 15th, ]OO2.I .
I +; Job printing, instead of sending It.. experiencing the same difficulties have never, heretofore, sought public ,Jacksonville, and we are now ready' to receive orders, quote prices and make julc

tl out of the county the French met with in Spin, and REMEDY FOR REd SPIDER. offioe, and If Hooted will serve the peo delivery,"either by rail or water transportation. I'

the United States I Is 'now experiencing pIe. Very truly yours, '

in the,Philippines.In Reports are* coming from all parts of JOHN II. WYNN. DUPONT 11IDDLETON Oosllngsville, Fla.

_ KING EDWABD has informed the the British-Boer'-a war the citrus section that the red spider Is ,
of London that be fans and is COMMISSIONED.
mayor placed war everywhere beingwage FOR COONT.Y:
declared the the
Boers
by against
I $150,000 at his disposal, for the against It. Some groves In this WE the of the 5th District
British-there has only been one county-particularly In Narcoo.seareInfe.ted taxpayers !
of entertaining the desire the re-eleotion of J. F.
purpose very earnestly .lasurvs Paints
engagement that savors of actual by tbe above-insect, which, In
Ii. poor, at a dinner in celebration of some instances Is causing:the leaves to Belt for the office of County_Commis
I civilized and that In
warfare was
his coronation. It is said the above .. drop. The orange growers are sprayIng sioner. Mr. Bell baa proved himself a .
1 the beginning of hostilities, wben good, honest straightforward member U
be able
constantly and hope to to "
will dinner half-a
) '
sum give a 'to Board..
has done for
of tbe lie. more
.near
the British Iwon at Spion Kop, check the disease until the rains come,
million of London durIng roads the section ofre..rd ARE THE BEST. SOLD BY
poor people to the good In pineapple
Lndysmith. Since then the Boers the dry weather being favorable
other Commissioner
week. than
coronation \ any
of the Insect.
h have studiously avoided an engage. rapid Below spread we give the following remedy we have ever had, and Is Is hoped by his GEFZGJE::: : F"'. ::B P1eiDY51VTBE :

ment on open ground, unless far recommended by Trof. Gossard, of the many well-wishers that he will be nom-,. .
PING PONG, the latest English parlor superior In point of number Lord State College : inated at the coming primary." LUMBERMAN.EAU .

r game is meeting with great success Roberts can not help in the'present "Floweis of sulphur, dusted on the I MAN VOTERS. GALLIE, FLORIDA.

( in the United States, and all matter, and to blame him for the tree with a blowgun In the early morn. .
tourist hotels of pretensions log while the dew Is yet on the trees, or .
any manner in which the Boers have A Bare Chance.
just after a rain, Is the proper remedy.
are now supplied with a table, rackets fit to conduct the H. A. HODGES. -
seen campaign
{ present The treatment should be repeated at periods I
...
'k'l' and balls. It 11 io.lOO acres, 000 feet frontage on
really nothing is, in our opinion, puerile. of from three to six weeks, until
I Indian and Banana rivers. 600 to 700 Manufactures of
more or less than the old English I HoW much easier it is to sit in a : all damage ceases."-Klsalntmee valley citrus trees about half coming into

game of lawn tennis, which may : cushioned chair at your desk and Gazette. bearing, oranges,. tangerines, grapefruit ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

now be termed parlor or table tennis. criticise, than to undertake the I IMPROVEMENTS AT 'JUPITERRumors kumquats a bearing mangoes,, ROUOH AND DRESSED Orange Box:Beads, Fruit and,Vegetable Crates.

J carrying out of your wise and well 3 bearing avooadoes 14,000)( .bearing besides Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples oranges or building In
IN another column will be found laid plans! As to the Review's pines,800( to 400 bearing guavas, ai.y part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The taw mills are locatedat
the air of developments bananas,perelm mona,a
are in Important grapes, nurseryof Buffalo Bluff near :Palatfca on the J. I the Town Ordinance passed by the criticism charging. favoritism we soon to be started at Jupiter. about .OOOlJour orange trees readyto part of the East Coast. Address; H. A.HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fa.
Titusville Town Council.at its last have nothing to say, not being acquainted It Is said that a wealthy northern gentle- bud, a few peach tree,3 acres veget-

I meeting, relative to the removing with tbe facts. That favoritism man has secured large holdings there, able land.4-inch artesian well,. large
work to start. wharf drive well, soft water, -room
and that Important U soon ,
of dead animals from the incorporate in every army has been It Is said to be a certainty that a 75 to dwelling,store building,packing house :Bond Luxnbor Co.
j limits of the town. While thereis shown, in numerous instances, is a 100-room hotel and several handsome tool house warehouse, 2-ton Ice box,

seldom an occasion for the removal fact too patent "to be denied. It is cottage homes will be built this summer. 2, acres of poultry yard. Fruit this

of a carcass from the streets, one of the disagreeable features in Contractor G. W.S. Bell left, Tuesday year will bring $300: to $400. Rent -Dealers In-
with of for from vegetable land will keep up grove.
morning a large gang men .
still It is idea have the a'nd but that
a good to politics war can not
OO club P. A. HcMiiXAir.
Jupiter, to begin work on a U,
responsibility in such cases fixed, be laid at the door of Lord Roberta, building there. Parties were in town a Eau Gallie, Fla. Rough and Dressed Lumber Brick lime Lath

so that uninterested citizens may who is himself a creature of the few days since after laborers, to go to ,. ,

r' not be inconvenienced by the neglect administration, and therefore not Jupiter. They were offering wall$1.50 has per BUT YOUR LUMBER AT DUPONT ceMENT; SHINGLES ETC.
of other people. directly responsible for the appointments day. Already an extensive sea A JMlddleton's and save freights. I
that have been made;, Newa.been started. Keep your. eye on nplter Whether your wants be t large or small, advise us. Our good>?"owlng to'high

POLITICS and politicians are beginning Town Ordinance. quality and low prices, owing to large stocks kept constantly hand, will

AT Success. Fellow Advertising.There please you and lave you money.
STRAWBERRY GROWING
but
to warm up, we trust
our readers will not loos sight of TIT.USVILLfc.: BE rr oKD4nrEi, thai U> hall BY TUB be the TOWN duty or of the n.tnSYllle S. C. VANLANDINCHAM, ,,Manager.
is a common saying that the man of bores,now,dog or other.. .
the fact that Florida is to have owner any TITUSVILLE .
an who advertise. never is .sold out by the imal_wh, !.cb'may. die In the corporate limit*of FLORIDA.
other State Fair, which will be of W.. II. Maxwell, of Titusville,bas been auctioneer. This scarcely Is true,but it the town, TO .ortbwlth remove t u e earoaes u.
considerable benefit to the many in shipping ripe luscious strawberries to Is true that the careful man of business aid animal mob,carcass and if. such from owne within shall the fall corporate to remove

F16rida, while politics generally point along the line of the Florida East who advertises judiciously does not fall llmlu for the apace of:24 hours after be shall THE WALTON RAPID
it Coast some of them going as la business, has no receiver appointedto bar own warned s0 to do br the Martha or CALKING MACHINE
RanwaYl
benefits only a few. Let us keep Mayor or any member of the Town Coupon be .
far ami.
close out his affairs and baa no occa- hall,npnn conviction,be Une l not more tiisnTen .
l talking up the State }Fair for that la the vicinity of Titusville there are sion for the services of the auctioneer. Dollars. Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada.

is what will help-directly or indirectly many acres of fine land adapted to the National Advertiser: lie It further ordained That this ordinance f .. .. _
hall tak fltaot Immediate)/upon Its approval. J
ot this delicious and
farmers. We growing popular this May. a
} -our are for fruit. We have often wondered why The San Joe ScatlcV; arced aDd.llpro..J. MARIODi t"ON, PRICE $4.00 and $3.00()( EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder la the U.S.

-9 holding the metropolis the fair and in the Jacksonville gateway to there was planted not a at larger and around acreage Tltusrllle of strawberries G.A.FROST, Town Clerk.Trustee's. :Mayor.: In Use by soma (of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States

4 Florida. Au All-wise Creator baa furnished the The Department of Agriculture Is pre- For Sale by
climate and lands adapted to the cultivation pairing to tight the ravages of the San Sale. ..
of the strawberry, and they are Joae scale throughout the country with Jas. Pritchard & Son,

THOSE wiseacres who were labor only waiting for.somelive progressive Its natural enemy, the lady hug, ,which TITUSVILLE, ., :> FLORIDA.
will be from the Interior: of MONDAY MAY.12TH.toot AT 12 o'clocknoon
ing under the erroneous impressionthat party to pUnt more strawberries at TI. ,brought ON I will offer for eaan.1....10 the SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT
Jacksonville's building boom tnsvllle. thus turning the waste places China blithest bidder_for caste In front of the BUILDERS.
Court tome door at TUn IIl.aD omllTldert oDe
Into fields. Miami Ilome-
since the fire was being overdone, profitable third Interest In the Northwest i X of the Northwest 1
seeker. Clothing Cleaned, Dyed<< i( (except a and it-loth acres In MortheaMfforner
would do well to read last Sunday'sTimesUnion ), and same Interest In a small lot in WHITE'S CREAM
and Citizen. It surely Northeast. '" of Northwest 1 X, Section 4, Town : ;
Reveals a Great Secret. 'Pressed and Repaired; Ladles'dresses) ship 21 South. Ran .39 Ram: sad fully described iVVORNIS.!
"tells the tale" of what Jackson a> specialty Address III, Deed itoofc ART"at ACRIMOCOUK. VERMIFUGE?; !!
It Is often asked how snob startling A. :
ville's have done S.a..u iltlty. DwtlnQe.tNy.
energetic people PEREtra: ilKc2lsQj
that the beat Al Eieootor of R.C. Bortmgenur, >>> ((
Ince the big fire. Jacksonville is cores, puzzle physicians, Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street deceaaeil Trustee o* the ICittate, I Y
are effected by Dr.King's New Discoveryfor P. O. Box 205. Sanford Fla., of Chas K. Keoyon,bankrupt. for 20 Years. Has Led all Worm Rene lsasOLLI (
growing as quickly as she can to Consumption. Here's the secret. It :SZ Arj.L Vo.o.ZT_. ,
meet the demands of people who cuts out the phlegm and germ-inteotedmucus Prepared ,
Clyde Steamship Line. :Notice. : -JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louis.
and lets the life
need residences and stores, and asl giving; oxygen -
enrich and vitalize the blood. It heals
soon as the supply exceeds the demand the Inflamed, cough-worn throat and Tickets and reservations via the Clyde IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT: IT 18
the citizens of the metropo lungs. Hard colds and Steamship Line can be secured of Chas.H. NOTICE to apply to the Hon. Minor

lis of Florida will not be long in soon yield to Dr. King's New Discovery, Walton, at the ADVOCATB office TitnsvUle. for Bnvard 8..Jon"ud County lg, Florida of the Circuit,at Tltusvill Court*,lit rior-and Fine Job Work
Executed
that fact for at the most InfalUble remedy for all throat Ida.or wherever the Court may then. be,on the Quickly
,: discovering present and lung diseases.. Guaranteed bottle ate day of Jan. A.D. 1UOI.for a limns.to nan-
she i is only making in age, take charge of,and control all mf propertyand
progreM noo and .1. Trial bottles free at B. R. Filter tubes are now for sale at to become a free dealer In vnirr mpect.UZABETH .
4 ,r a the right direction. Wilson A; Son's drug store this office, price Banta; postage extra. Oil-Jill JBOBKHT9.: AT THE!: ADVOCATE OFFICE




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West Palm Beach. Eden. White City. 6EORO MARX JOHN MARX.


; Clarke has-left for the north, af- MM Hubert 1VI.A.Et :JBJEit <:>S.
iMls. Bessey was pleasant] .
arrangement for a handKto Geo. Beck of Stuart, was here on Sun 'RO .
visitor to this
,,00 place, l last Sunday.
to 11ybwho d cupyiadng Mrs. J. H. day.Mr. J\L WHOLESALE GROCERS
er for his fa will o0 LeTourneau and daughter Dedrlch la giving his house a coat
the coming winter. scent several days at West Palm Beach of paint. '

fha services at Betbe da.b-the.Sea 'I IT. Larsen spent a day or so In Titus- '
I : discontinued for the summer, the Professor Teeter, Inspector of sohools ville this wee.k. Baking PowderMakes Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

f$3.M.lar. "> April Rev' Mr. Illndry spent uesday night and part of Wed
a much neededfindry rest. In nesday In this place Ira Lamont, of Jensen, visited his par
\\lkJnlt the ents at this place on Sunday. -
and
Mrs. oyiXiourney E. A. Corner and Julia Sts JACKSONVILLE FLA.
leMon Ireland! spent several days at the bread Bay ,
to ABhevllle, N. O., to enjoy Boynton the past week, looking after his Mrs. L. D. Jones has" been visiting her "

1 jf mountain air. Interests at that place. sister in Titusvlllu this week.J. more healthful.
WE{ CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED

j. gcbaffer, who bM Just home and C, A. Robinson and family made a delightful M. Orrel paid a business visit to ,

rIIlsbed a very delightful and located hiscomfort on the trip by launch to White City, on TItusville and Cocoa the first of this Safeguards the food PURINA FEED.OUR SPECIALTY.
town aged
week.
lull Tuesday of this week.If .
-Otl there with every will Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In teason. '
IJanloave, Michigan, to take -ad vaniutof you have any pineapple slips or If you have Any pineapple slips or against alum.Alum
some medicinal springs. lIe will suckers for Bale'this summer, advertise suckers for sale] advertise them in the I:6I1""We solicit consignments of Frnlts and Vegetables. I

I Jturn In the early fall. them In the ADVOCATE ADVOCATE; .- .'-

J Palm Beach has settled down to All of our young people went to the Geo. Foppell has gone to I>Daytona baling powders are the greatest
In West usual summer condition, and the lit- beach last Sunday afternoon to enjoy a a business nip Jle was accompanied snenacers to health of the present day. Eau Gallie. Indianola.

: never looked more attractive stroll, and a dip in the ocean. by hit son, Edgar. t
Iil\\t town _., B.K1M1. wrw5" M.. NIW vo.r.
I Am now. The oleander and hibiscus A family of Western people of the Mr. IIitrdee' had a couplo of men hero .. ,.--. -- Rain Is much needed In this section. II. O. Hnllock, of Columbus, 0., who r
blossoms -- ------ -
with r
I l/eI1Iare loaded and theiris name of Ilill have moved into the Clear- all the week, from Jensen, working on spent the winter In lodlanola, left, Saturday
I laden with their sweetness; and view his nursery stock. ; \ Engineer Cole Is still on the stole( list..
Pine with
time business cottage, on Lodge plantation. Melbourne.. for his northern home, the
I the
Jlne just at present John Houston bas returned from best wishes of his friends'here for
Capt.
there The Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club had Mr. Harris, of Boston, who has been many ,
[ rather stagnated, are pros- a -
jJMli IIIms of a little work ,within the very pleasant day for their meeting, last spending the winter here, left on Satur.day Fort Vlerce. his speedy return among us.

If1I/ few quite Saturday. There were a number In attendance for New York. GOODK *: OODE.-ReaI( Estate Mid Loans John, Near Is kept very busy In his new The Doctors Hill and wives started on
from this Agent: for ..fCtna London and Liverpool sud a pleasure to leaving earlyon
place. Fred Christensen returned, Sunday photograph gallery.Mr. trip Daytona,
'E ch succeeding day finds some of our Globe, I'rovldenue WKMhinffton. and nun" Fir
1 doter residents leaving for their north- Miss Kitty Saunders who has spent the morning, from Hallandale, where he has Inmirumte. Bpeolal. attention paid. to the \ Hatch Is land for the Saturday morning, pu board their
interests of ovn-reildent preparing launch, the Marion. They were accompanied -
winter most at Elverton left been during the past six weeks. cultivation of .
Id homes. Last week Mr and Mrs. pleasantly re by Messrs. Xlnbet and Uallock.
1 0'iVeil and Frederlok Robert and family on Tuesday morning for Fort Pierce, en Now that the beau picking is about K8"" Subaeilptlons for the ADVOCATM, Henry Ray has raised the premium
|dosed theIr houses; and the very la8tIImlly route to her homo in Providence, R. I. over, clearing] : land bas begun, and grub. pnper of the East Coast, will be Irish potatoes In this section. On Friday evening Miss Rowe's class v
to leave on the East side Is llenrj Miss Frances B Arnold went to Stuart bing fires may be seen in all directions. received at the Melbourne PoBtofQoe.Messrs. In dancing finished the first term of lessons
Paddock, wife and servants. Sidney Look out for the red spider on your and to show what success her
I Haddock will return early In the fall to Wednesday Mr. and evening,of last week, to visIt Archie Mosler, of Jensen, was here all. Arnold and Mrs. Ed: Arnold orange trees this dry weather. scholars bad attained In so short a time, ,
II. In
Mrs. W. Bessey, taking last week with of laborers having
a gang relatives and friends Invited to attend
I the Palm Beach hotel for Its In- of Malabar were in town last Sllturday.1 were
prepare the the beach and Is flourish-
pronto on Thursday, his father's patch dug up and placed Mr.Oolbl'l place looking and they showed their appreciation ,
[flax of winter guests. the regular; meeting of the Gilbert's Bar in good shape.Mr. Messrs. Martin and Miss Jessie Goode I i ing, under Dr. LansIng' charge. and Interest by coming front.all directions

Board of Trade has been organized Yacht Club on Saturday. went to the picnic at Sebastian, May 2nd, '
I A Austin made a business) trip to St. The fisherman are returning to Eau and filling: the large ball. The
I officers elected and a constitution and II.W.Richards and family moved downto Augustine on Sunday, upon matters for and report a most enjoyable time. I Oallle for their summer business.A. class was restricted to calico dresses for f
I by-laws framed. Much Interest is shown theIr St. Lucia home last Satur- the ladles and shirt waists and white
river the Land Department. Mrs. Austin accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jones and little son are of I'alm Beach In
Bottsford was
[by the representative men of the town. day. Capt. Richards and wife and Mr. her husband. enjoying life In the Hogg cottage, wherewe duck trousers for the gentlemen. The- '
town this week friends.
(This organization will be of great bene- and Mrs. S. F. Webb accompanied themIn hope to see them spend the summer. calling on possibilities of calico for evening: dresses 1}
jltto the town, enabling the citizens to their launch and I F.! B. Richards took Mr. Bermenderfer's cottage looks very Capt. Canute Is here with his steamer, were fully demonstrated In the many M
lict: quickly and in the most legitimate their household goods down on the Mer- pretty with Its coat of white paint. He Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Burden closed having some repairs done to her boiler. and pretty toilets of the ladles. A prize,
Ifty, In matters financial, and to instruct chant. has finished his gardening on the Island, tbelr pretty winter home on the bluff, offered for the neatest and most tastily-
[the members by public addresses and and will be here most of the summer last Thursday, and returned to their Mr. Ainsworth has finished his arovewOl'k' dressed lady and gentleman, was award-

private discussions. ,One very desirable Is northern. home In Owego, Y. Y. ,( and Is now enjoying the fishing. ed to Mrs J. Mlot and, Froa O, Humph- '
and Tar
Foley's Honey peculiarly
I!feature of the body will be to encourage adapted for asthma bronchitis and Stand Like a Stone Wall Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells have gone: Capt. George Oleason was up from the rys. Miss Rowe and throe of her former

Jibe public Interest,aud to be benefactors hoarseness. Sold by Wilson & Son. Between children and the tortureof north for the summer, closing: their lower river, for a few days with his tam pupils, from Tltusville, danced the old-
Jii every way for the general Interest and your beautiful Melbourne home until next ily, last week. time and stately minuet, to the delightof
(upbuilding of West Palm Beach. The ItchIng and burning eczema,soaldhead the large audience; and later In the ,
of the
falL Kd. Morgan has charge S
or other skin disease. How? Why, by Alex Near Is engaged In putting downa
oIcer! for the ensuing year are: Mayor evening, Miss Rowe the Turkish '
will gave
be
Tibbals.Geo. which that
they
means
grounds
Arnica Salve earth'lgreatest ]large cistern ldr.. Harbour's
IWlldin, honorary president; Ben II. using .Bucklen's well cared for. on proper. dance. Doth of these dances were given
floater, president; A. P. Anthony, first healer. Quickest cure for ulcers,, ty, Walden !grove, by special request.
rice-president; Chas. Hamer, second vice and have fever sores, salt rheum, cuts, burns or Mr.. and Mrs Andrew Weathxax have Mr. Kossiter and family have moved After the program by the class was"
E. Andrews family: returned the
Infallible for 25o at B. to St. Joe Mich., to spend
bruises. piles. gone ,
president; Geo. G. Currie, 'chairman of to their pineapple plantation, Into the cottage recently vacated by Mr.tstlckneY'1 finished, the visitorswere allowed the
Kev. Weatherwax a
i" committee; Wm. Helm chairman of from Palm Beach, where they spent the R. Wilson & Son's drug store., valuable summer fruit farm there and It owns needs family. freedom of the /floor. All seemed to appreciate -
Ughways committee; Dr. II. C. Hood, the efforts of Mlaa Rowe and
winter Mr Andrews like all
months. Mr. Andrew to see to the shipping of The steamer Spartan has not been
Julrman of health and sanitation '
mother lio the
com- her
presided piano,
the other growers, Is making prepara Fort Pierce. the cherries, etc.Ve look for their return -! making her .to Ay
regular runs, owIng repairs -
slttee; M. E. Gruber; chairman of rall- time for the marketing of his for they did their utmost to make the ,
crop. of '
the first November.
about her
load and freight committee; J. B. Beach, ou engine evening pans pleasantly, and showed

ihalrman of agriculture and pablio.bulld- W. W. Luce haa accepted the position Rain Is badly needed In this section.. The launch Dreamer took the following 'The yacht Princess has arrived at Jupiter their appreciation by more than words.
igi committee; HrL...Brown, chairman of manager of the W.' F, Richards pineapple jolly party to the May Day picnic and on her way south. All report an n <-i \
i education committee. plantation, which he expects: to Lee Coats paid Ten Mile Creek a visit, ball at Cocoa: Mrs. Chas. Mourldc, the enjoyable time, and beautiful weather. Two Fine Lots For Sale. 5
hold until the crop Is all marketed.. The Monday Misses Ida and Helen Powell, Mucel .'S

You never heard of anyone using Fo- administrators were very fortunate Archie Chambers of Georgians, was Williams, Crl ale Frolic, Alma] Martin, The steamer Ilypoluxn isout on Hodgson's >> Two floe tO-aare lots lying on Indian
y's and Tar and not eatis'ed. securing Mr. Luce, as he thoroughly: un ; marine railway, having her hull '
Honey being in town Monday. Annie Morgan, the Mensrs. Sam MartinI River, :2- miles south of Fort Pierce on a
heated before the Banana mall
Hold Wilson A Son. derstands the pineapple business from going ou
by B. R.. Homer Conkilng, Chas. Martin and good shell road. Each lot has 8011 feet
I beginning to end, and Is quite a hustler i Capt. Shaw, of Ormond, was a pleaaatt others; They report a good time. route. river frontage./ HUh, bluffcovered with ;

visitor town, Wednesday. The steamer Kathleen< cleared for Indian and hardwood Good for
Stuart. C. B. Glfford,who arrived here about .On Wednesday morning, April 80,1003, palms timber.
1 two weeks ago, is now one of the busiest Mrs. C. T. McCarty and sister, of An- at Bayonne Plantation, Tlllman, aboutf River Inlet with a lighter: In tow, oranges, grapefruit: tangerines; and pineapples '
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men la town. lie Is not only making arrangements kona, were shopping In town, Tuesday. rty Milbiurneites and a large numberof Monday evening, Captain John Houston No better location on the river ,
Dr.; Miller, of Palm Beach Is stopping for marketing his pineapple other guest met at the lovely home In command at any price. H.OOO.OO fur each lot.

!< the Danforth hotel, snd our people crop, but Is also getting building material J. F. Bell retnrned from the Commissioner's of Mrs. Amelia E. Valentine to witness Mr. Taylor Is attending to the orange C. T. MCCAIITY, ''j

ue keeping him busy with dental work. on the ground: for building a dwellingon meeting, at Tltusville, Tuesday. the marriage/ of Miss Helen Welcome trees on the Asplnwall place. Mr. T.yJ Ankoua, Fla.ItKAL .

Danforth &; Kitchlng have a force of his plantation.. Nothing pleases the Alex Hogg has bought his mother's Valentine to Mr. Charles Anderson lor has been demonstrating what can be I t

lien at work, erecting a cottage for Mrs. pld residents more than to see Improvements Interest in the firm of A. Y. U., Hogg &; Ballou, jr., of Baltimore, Md. The parlor done winter gardening here, and has ESTATE FOR SALE '

'Hevenson, which she will occupy aa soon going on. Company. was beautifully deoorated with palms proved it a grand suooesl.REVELA'I'ION.If.

u completed. Harry Jennings, one of our most enter- Miss Grace Paxton paid It visit to the and a pretty bower of vines\ and Easter tr
bridal stood. As Administrators of the Estate of
which the
lillles under
party
H. of Tibbals has had his prising citizens, planted several acres In Narrows, last Sunday, returning the A make inquiry
Jennings, the Promptly at ten Mr. Ballou, accompanied you William Treutler, deceased, We offer at
such hauled out on the marine rall- Irish winter potatoes which, the writer has ,been past informers same day. by Rev Weatherwax, Melbourne,entered. It will be a revelation to you how private sale the.followlng described Real]

lay> this week, where she has received is success and Mr. Jennings All those who took In the picnic the The wedding march, by Lohengrin, was many succumb to kidney or bladder Estate, belonging to said Estate '
quite a ,
troubles
thorough overhauling.. expects to ship about two hundred 1st of May, at Five Mile Creek, had ,a softly played by Mrs.. Charles Stewart. In on. form or another. If the No. 1. Bold 1
Rev. Fred Blackman of the M. this most enjoyable time. The aisle was formed by a broad streamer patient is not beyond medical aid, Foley'sKidney 4
pastor barrels first-class
potatoes I Cure will\I it No. 2. All of Si of NE!, Section 21,
cure never disappoints.
:. church at West Palm Beach, Is here week. More men, like Mr. Jennings,are We are sorry to report W. J. Baas on of white satin rlbbou, held by dainty Sold by B. It. Wilson A Son. Township :27 South, /Range 87 East, covered
Ills week, holding protracted meetings, needed In South Florida-men who will the sick list, but trust he will be able to little bliss AIIno Oleason and Master with water, lying/ In said Eats Oallle -
nornlng and evening; dally., experiment with our soil In a scientific be out again ere long. Fletcher Stewart. Messrs. A. J, Gilbert River and Eau Oallle Bay, containing
way, and also use plenty .of common and Aldlu II ad ley, as ushers, proceededto about :JU) less
of acres more or
Wm. J. Smith of South
Daytona, owner Rockledge.
L. L. Carlton has sold out his business the bower followed by the maid of
When one first makes a study of Sohl.No. S
: has been sense. : No. 8. .
he steamer Oregon; cruising the local conditions of soil and climate, to the Fort Pierce Drug Co. We wish honor, Miss Anna Olllls, who was beau- .
10 the St. LucIe River during the past\ 4. That portion of SWJf, Seotloa
them in their venture.
success new tifully gowned In de ohene,
does his green
and according to Judgment success crepe
eek. lie started on his return trip on ., and carried a bouquet of beautiful pink Mr. Illbbs and Walter Slate were calling :21, Township 27 South, Range 87 East,
will, in almost every case, be assured John Saunders and
Tuesday. Mrs. daughter, accompanied on friends, on Saturday. commencing at a point 870( feet West from ,I
I and the real value of our soils will be I roses. The bride wore a dainty costume
by Mrs. George Saunders: returned -
Horso-flies here In 'abundance. Northeast corner post on M Section line
are II trimmed with
of white French
organdie Mrs. J. J. Whits of White's
made known.. Tuesday, from a short visit with cottage, aforesaid and (00 feet South of said
&j
They started out on the first of the silk lace and beautiful bridal/ veil, In her spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. as r
month presenting their bills, and they Until the past year the residents of friends In Eden. band she carried a sweet boquet of white Salmon Mr. White also called on Sun Section line for a starting point, thence
tick at most perseverlngly. We also this end of the county have been compelled We are glad to see the town authorities bride roses. The Impressive ceremonywas run South 42 feet, thence East 100 feet, i
have a few mosquitoes' sand-files, to drive and haul on county roads are shelling; some of our roads. In witnessed by about seventy-flve day.We thence Mouth 420:! feet, thence West teHeotlon F
md It haa not rained In a month. bat; were almost Impassible, and we had the course of a short time we shall have friends, and, after congratulations, all are pleased to state that Mrs. R. E. line, thence North 028:! ft, thence
been oompelled to with hopes and Mime, who suffered a stroke of paralysis East 717 feet more or less, tOil point 100
J. D. EnnIs of moat put up as good roads as any town In the State. were served to a dainty: lunch. A merry
one our popular promises; but since) the election of Mr. party accompanied them to the depot, on Saturday last, Is somewhat Improvedat feet West of Southwest corner of plat of s
young men, left town suddenly a few Anybody who had not seen our little ,
thence tOO feet thence
this Harno South
Bell[ as our county commissioner, we where they left for the north on the 1::lO writing. : ,
days ago, and the next thing we knew have got the results. We now have a town for sometime, would not recognize wishes. East 750 feet to West side of F. E. O.
amid showers of
vas that he stepped off a southbound continuous shell and rock road from the It, as there are so many 'improvements train, good The drouth Is now becoming alarming.] Railway right-of-way thence Northern r
win with a charming young bride, who on day. It Is one of the liveliest There will be a very small melon crop
north end of Tibbals to the south end of going every West side of F E. C. Railway rfght-of- d
11 already delighted with Stuart and our Jensen which Is a most beautiful drive: and most go-a-head towns on the TRAVELING IS DANGEROUS.- unless rain comes very soon. Some of way 00 feet, thence East to point of beginning .
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residents. and also a large amount of shell road East Coast. I Constant motion jars the kidneys whIchare the oranges are beginning. to drop. excepting: railroad right-of-way

Some of oar citizens are talking of from Tibbals to Fort Pierce. Only men Our citizens who.took In the May Day kept In place In the body by delicate that We learn that Miss Louise M. Powe through said land. Containing about 26 ,
This Is the
;jetting up a Bathing Club, which Is a that will give us the benefit of our taxes, celebration at Sebastian, are enthusiastic attachments. reason has resigned her professorship In Well's acres Including the County road. This
good Ide....) The water in the river Is are the men we want to represent us, In their praise of Sebastian travelers, trainmen, street oar men, teamsters college, Aurora, N. Y.,and will devote tract has a young grove of GOO or 600 ,!
who drive much suffer )
cool and clear (no Jelly fish), and the i and this Is just what Mr. Bell has done ple. They declare they were never and all disease In very form. Foley's the next two years to the study of liter trees on It, and an artesian well, eta }
from -
kidney some
river bottom Is pure white, sand. We up to this date.: ter treated, or had a better time. The Kidney Cure strengthens the kidneys ature. Her home will be In ,Uoston No. 5. Begin at Southeast corner ef
hope to see a good, strong club organized ball a- lot now,or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison
they report, was grand success, and cures all forms of kidney and Mrs. M. C. Salmon will leave to-day
within the next 30 days. What Is Foley's Kidney Cure? Answer: and was thoroughly; enjoyed by all. bladder disease. Geo. H. Hausao, loco- ([Friday) for a trip to Columbus, On., to thence run Month across Elbow

City. Dock, Stuart May 1st.. A big It Is made from a prescription of a lead. Archdeacon Brown held services In St. motiveengineerLimaO.writest "Con- spend a few days with her nephew Capt. creek to North boundary of land belonging ;t

crowd on the wharf. All aboard; cast Ing Chicago physician, and one of the Andrew's church, Sunday morning and stant vibration of the engine caused mea F.. f.. Magruder and family, and then on to Wm. Treutler, thepce East along:
oft; and Mr. Foppleton's launch, filled mOlt eminent physicians In the country. evening. The communion service In the greav deal of trouble with my kidneys, for a visit I with her neloe, Mrs li. M. yj Section line which Is the North bound
with a merry crowd, Is off. Haul In on Ingredients are the purest that money was The altar aDd I got no relief until I used Foley's Bruce, at Hammond, r.... ary of Wm.Treutler's land to North bank
morning
ibat bow line; hurry up this Is Mr. can, buy, aid are scientifically dom- was decorated very with impressive.white flowers-a symbol Kidney Cure." Sold by Wilson & Non of Elbow creek, thence West along bank f ,
woodward's. fine launch being warped bined to get their utmost value. Sold of said creek to point of beginning, being
of purity, and as the sunlight streamed Holds A '
Up Congressman., In Section 21 Township : Range '
Into the dock. Boon she baa left with by B. R. Wilson & Boa. through the Gothic windows It seemed 111l:1outbj
-1'' happy souls ,aboard. Next In turn a golden benediction. The church Georgiana. "At the end of the campaign," writes 87 Elle."J'h1\ land Is co tb the
of the creek
rimes Messrs. Simmons, Corbet's, Mo- was crowded with an attentive audience Champ Clark, Missouri's brilliant con waters .
I'herson's and Kea's launches, until the Goslingsville.The who thoroughly enjoyed ArohdeaconDrown'l gressman, "" 0m overwork, nervous ten- No. O. Sold.
:Mr. and Mrs. Coggln were over Sundays -
ADVOCATE correspondent wonders how able) discourse. The choir WM don, loss of sleeprnd constant speaking, No; 7. Commence about chains 88 i
many more launches there are on the St. especially good Mrs. Hartstone presiding I[ had about utterly collapsed. It seemed links West from Northeast, corner of t .
Lucle River, and where the crowd isoming new school house. is nearing com- at the : and was warmly praised/ Mr. Peck left on Thursday for his that all the organs Id my body were Section 20, on Section line between Sections t
We will, be glad when It Is fin home In Green, N. Y. of order but three bottle of Electric
from. Mr. Bessey fine launch for her beautiful mush The night service out ITjsnd 20, rnn West 9chains 13: links,
wags up the rear guard, with a big ished. was even better attended, and speaks Miss Hattie Thay...'. school closes on Bitters made me all right.: It's the best thence South 10 chains 64 links, thence
oiid. They are all off-Mr. Popple ton Prof. J. D. Teeter was a very pleasantand ] well for our community. Mrs. C. I'. FridaTlwlth a I'lonlctlnothe| afternoon at all-round medicine ever sold over a drug: South 00 degrees; seconds, East 3 chain
m the lead which he holds until Gilbert welcome visitor here the first of the Platta and Henry'Klopp rendered valuable F. W. Munson's. All the little folks are gist's counter." Over worked, rundownmen to Eau Oallle River, thence follow the

Ear Yacht Clubhouse Is reached. All week. assistance In the choir, thereby receiving Invited. and weak, sickly women gain splendid shore of KauOallle Klror In an Easterly

ashore Is the command, and In a few The Misses Mat*) Gregg and K. MartIn the lasting gratitude of Its members Mr. Lee, who has spent the winter with health and vitality from Klectrlo BIt- direction to a point due Southlrom placeof
minutes 150 people are in and around and Messrs MIddleton and Beck went Mr. Lyman has been seriously 111 and Is ters. Try them. Only 60c. Guaranteed beginning, thence north to point of

the t'lub.houaehaving a good: time, over the bridge,: to church, at Stuart, last _-_ Folk now at Mr.,Plerce's, under the care of by B. 1C. Wilson A Son.Ariesia.. beginning, containing acres, more or

tome setting tables for dinner, some Sunday, and came back on the launch, What Thin Mrs. Pierce, who Is a trained nurse. All less, and known. the Kitchen place.

itrpl ing on the beach, others in surf- Shamrock, with Capt. Taylor. Is greater power of digesting and assimilating hope" for a speedy recovery. No. 8. NElf!: of Section 28, Township f+

j vith bathing delight., and the Children are screaming The beach party at Gilbert's Dar club- food. For them Dr. King's Miss Myrtle Baldwin went up to In- 27 South, Range 37 East; less railroad
Dinner served o'clock- house, on May Day, was quite success. New Life Pills work wonders. They tone plaoola Tuesday, to visit her ftlend acres, right-of-way. 11 i
about ,
andsuch wan dl one should"e There were a number of launches and and regulate the digestive organs, gently Mr. Jennie Sams. She remained until )Ir. and Mrs. Welch have left for the No. 0. NWJ*of Section 2S, Township : '
a nner-the ADVOCATE sailboats presentIncluding the Merchant, expel all polstons( from the system, en- stopping at the May-day plc- north. 27 Sooth, Range 8T East, containing 100 ,
Thursday
seen it. There were W kinds of i !
make ]leu railroad
rich the blood. Improve appetite, acres right-of-way
hiked beans, and the numerous dellca- DIe and came home with uncle and Frank Wilson, of Canaveral], was stung ,
tiful. flesh. 25o at Wilson & Don'sdug
e ea healthy Only Auntie Hughes In their row boat. No. 10. 42: 00-100 acres less railroad
cake etc. provided by a stlngeree the other day.
ouiu have the of all serene Capt. MullI baa's party from store. right-of-way being part of Lot 1 and of
toe astonished promoters this place, included the ]Misses\ Glass, K. Mr. Provost Is quite sick, supposed to Two of Mr. Oulbrandsen's friends, of NWJi, Section S, Township 27 i

tad Cpooa-Rookledge they May Day Stuart's picnic Martin, Mabel Gregg; Mesdames Bradford Dade County Land For Sale. be a case of me...... Miss Mary Witt- from TltusTllle, were visiting her re Mouth, Range 37. East, known as J. L. !
feud being present to see Crews and Haney; Messrs. Haney, feld ind her brother, Carl, have just recovered cently. Stewart place.
spread. Mr. Munch there
th was Glass and Oliver Bradford. All had a For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof from them. It Is predicted that Lots and 18 block 4 Town ,
; his launch and a big party from there will be a general epldemlo of The bean shipping season U now at Its No. 11. 17 ,
velandf also, the big IChoonerMer.- good time. southeast quarter of section 3, town measela about ned Sunday: at Georgians, height. If the prices stay up a week or of Ears Oallle.
,ebant, Capt. Alfred Michael from Eden, : ship 38 Wood's!south of range 41 east; close to Cocoa and Indianola. two longer; the bean growers will. be able No. 12. Lot 1, bleak 4, Town of KanOallle. ', S
etme down with a big crowd and string A LESSON IN HEALTH_Healthy 0. K. pineapple plantation on dispose of their crops Quit claim deed for this only- '
mad aboard. filter the Impurities from the St Lode River; 40 acre*. t
I held under Tax Title.
the kidneys .
Altogether picnic Also the northeast quarter of north- WILL CURE CONSUMPTION_ A. A dance was recently held at Canaveral
do this good ,
a unless they
and
grandIuooess blood For and terms address
: and prIce.
:cry everyone spent Is Impossible. Foley's Kidney east quarter of Mctlou 18, township 88, A. Herren, Finch, Ark., writes, "Foley's and 11 was a decided success. .lhel'J4 ,
enjoyable- day. I health makes sound kidneys and will positively south of range 41 cast; on south fork of Honey and Tar is the best preparationfor body had a good time. Miss Mary F. A. MORGAN and W. H. JONES,

yoly' J' : Care cure all forms of kidney and bladder St. Lncle Rll'ej; 40 acres. Apply; to coughs, colds and long trouble. I "iehaeftler. Miss Adeline King and L. M. As Administrators of the Estate of Wm.
and contains
plates and Tar no I disease. It strengthens the whole (.;114.. O. WAi/roir, know It has cured consumption la the Itehblndtr were the representatives of Trtntler deceased. ,

?2 Sold by B.safely R. 'WUsoS be given& Son.* chlld-I system. Sold by B. B. Wilson & Son. Titusville, Fla first stages" Sold by Wilson Son. Artesla. Tltusvine, Florida.KM .



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\' let EAST COAST ADVOCATE. MAY 9. 1902. .

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roads builder oy onennff to become an ..
equal shareholder with the people. The ry ti trrTHIAS: ? COAST OF FLOIUD' rchiISCoas

municipality of TJlarksvillo:: subscribed TB. is PA/UDISE REGAINED."

for S4. '" : ,
/ F :: e
l ers living along tho surveyed route .lfclww.1!
helped the movement by contributing Sfc
1 rt the right of way. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. -

The uniform width of tbe roads Is

r thirty feet. In their construction a / LOCAL TIME! CARD No. 40. In
Effect
grade twenty feet wide was thrown up r. April 15, 19(

on the route of the survey. Some portions SWTMBOBNO-READ. DOWN
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of the roads cross many hills and NORTHBOUNDBAIN -,.EAD, ,UP

valley. making considerable grading y SO4yf Dttl3 yat j LINE. Net. 78'No.' 32|
G necessary lu place Upon the graded 1 )).lly bally

bed a stratum 6f gravel, twelve inches kphl 8 e 40 r---' ...............
.Tackmnvllle. .............. '
deep was orlglually !laid. The road\ was el i n .48 Lv..................So. Jackeonvlale..........,.........A.r Lv I tip SMa
plO 65 ....... ...
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a ..... ht
then ready for nie. tend a few monthsbf A.u ......... .. S lOp e4a
aI S 45pIU u .. .
t Oranges require 8 to lopercent. of traffic 4d: ..::::::.:::::::: .:.-.. Aa.tings. :; ::.. : : T 1".
packed tile gravel so solidly ti :: : t..5:::::::;:;:..:.:.;:... USD p
that it became as smooth as a floor. .4 f 01"111 P s.. >. ..... .. .Neola ......................:.... 19S'I' A ( a
Actual Potash. 114 3 :.::;::::...::::.:....... .. ....*... ........ ....... p J2a ;F:
Among the later benefits derived by jq 37 ..... ................. Dupont.........?..........t....... a 1' p 8 lilt a ;:;
r 0: II c p ............... ........ 4 08 P 8 Ct..a s
the- community from the splendid'roadsystem r..if "' .,.. ....................
The-vafue of Potash for 8.! 18 .............. Daytona.....,..................... Itmp 11 ilia !!
oranges Is e 8 I. ........... 11 1/7
the a
establishment of a rural .....Port Orange............ .......... P
is an established! fact. We have free delivery mall route by the .8..001. 4d p.. ....................Kevr Smrrna: .... .. ............ 303 8 al p 118. Ii ,
government 14 ....... Wa
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np .... ...OskHlll................ u
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some interesting pamphlets The ....:.: 41 ....... .. IU )> ... ....
on carriers leave Clnrksvilleat ei S .. .. .. ....... aitusvlUei ......................
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OIV. ...
8 It ... .............
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which 8 o'clock each p : Cocoa. .,. ,.,.,...... ..... r
I orange growing, we send morning and by oS ....... f 25 .....
noon 1 ... .
0 D8 I' ...,.. ......]tocklud ifre......,., .....:::.....:: p.
l free to all applicants. have completed the circuit of the town ;"j ......... a D7p ................y..........Rau: Oalue........................ i2.40p..p 20 .. : .. t
4 05 P .......................Melbourne.........,................ '!3
ship delivering tbe day' mall to nearly .... tap ..... ....... 11891> .......
GERMAN KALI WORKS, ...... .. Sebaattan.i. ................... Iii
SO".. lI66a ...
Nuuu St. New every farmhouse. 'ill' :. is .....:..................SB Luole..f..., .. .
$93 York. ..... t5 ........... t ..............11 06. ....::: Ii
No tax Is levied the .t..Nor6Pleree.t.t............. 11
upon people tot ala ...
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D3 .
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the maintenance of Tri-Weekly Sailings P1 .:..:.: S as .....:::.....:.:........WhltflClty.. .............t......... 10 4/Jo./ ... liGt
I t tip< roads. They ....... .. Tlbbala.......................... 10rIa./ ....... .
p. .. a
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.Helen.......... ...
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Free and are sustained wholly by the ....... *<*a .......
revenue ,. .
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Accented Masons. derived from the tolls. While the old BETWEEN' and NEW YORK. A ....,......... S H ....................... 8tuarl.: ......................... 10:15:U..a. '.............. III
turnpike road dotted here and therewith JACKSONVILLE r; ....... f 707P ......................Hope Sound....................... 0 41 ....... v

< Its tollhouse. Is regarded: in some ((' ; 1:a' ....... ................West IJupItor..j Palm Beach................ S 0 U 1.8 a.......... ;;
both ...
ways) ........ ... a. t"
P ....
.Boyn'on' ........
parts of the'country as a relic of years ::::::: I g Ot: D :........: ....'.. Lauderdale.:: : : ; 8 83 t a
....... >.i. jTt* ......,:.. ,.:,.,..: T e6. ::::::
Indian .
i No. COTttusvllle isfactory agone yet and the the system result.is so are entirely'so patent. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe ....... lIS 41p ..:.::.'r.. .:.:.::..::::....... Clty... ......;......::::...:.:...... 845 811'a..............

I River that theft seems!! to be no Inclination I BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 83 AND 18.
Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
on the part of those most Interested to
LoJge.W\. Florida. discontinue the toll Direct borvloe Between BttANCH: LINES SCmEDTTLES.PAXiATKA. : .
Hold It. meeting the .econd and fourth Fri. system It Is argued

; day of, at each T:81'( o'olonK month! ,p.ai m./the' late Armory, Tltuvtlle ,. *- could and very not legally logically levy that a tax the upon county\ all Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and<) all Eastern Points. AND BAST PALATKA.

the people of the county for the maintenance ; (Calling at Charleston, S.'c., both. ways)
irl 'I'. 11. Sikhdon, Junior Warden N., 67 No. BS No. E3 No. 49110o. 47
ot .. to SEMI-WEEKLY I Rlavlose No. 48 No. 485.. No.ttoaalToaSlit 64
9.D.M.A.Ltxonf Morgan Tr.a.uree SecretA.,. any particular-"l'myt'culla.!conuH"unity\! Southbound....... .............. .. .......... .....SAILINGS.. .;. ..... ..... .from Iwl Wharf HORton 'Dally |Dally itally Lally Lally Dally Dally BallySO Lally No.Hall 6
1 Jt A.HnKlion, Dianlaln.' t :The' =expenne ...... .. .. .. .. ..... from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville 'a0p Styp i tsplIliaa 606. ..... *satka..Ar l
J. H.Srreveii, Henlor Lhtaeon.HL of keeping the roads in repl l 1, r 60 166 4 OOOa Ar ..R.t Palatka ...Lr ii lp a S 0606'
Nl K.!: Mime, jr.. Junior Deacon. not nearly equal mile for mile'to that
(W.(1. Vanlunil nl| >am, Senior Steward. Clyde St. .Johns Riverline. -BIATPOBT BBAJTOH.We. .
K.M.Taylor Junior Steward required to keep dirt roads In .even .

.'. W. K"tbort*. Tyler. passable condition. .._. (DeBary Line.) 19 Ho. IT No. 6 -

-- .... i -- BETWEEN.. .JAI11C1'IIlVIIT.E_.. ANTI_. CATFnRTI.. .. Dally j belly IX..ily. 8rartta.: I D No..lly 6 No.Ddlvllz.u.y 18JM. 2.
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iI" RODS IN MISSOURI.OME Moner Well Spent. Stopping at Palatka, Auor, St. Francis UareiFord, (DeLanii), Blue Spring and intenuodtete, 1n l p 0IT P (I lSa 1i.................,.. aokaonvtl ........ ......... 1-TW,.' ?.rfB TWOS-----
People generally are beginning to leg.onsk.at.Juhu'.Nlver. P sr IS P .811 a Lr... .....,.....aouth J.wtk.oavtll..L.. HIT
I p BOO loea,LV........._.... a 17 a 1211 p ]
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816 .I'bl..JlMOlt ..................
realise; that roadbnlldlng Is a public i STEAMER "City of Jacksonville.. 3 08pJu 19ft( r..................Atlantic Btnaft>..................L'.Lv./ T40 7160( II 41 a 8 CO
SOME OF THE SPLENDID HIGHWAYS' matter and that the best interests ot I CAPT. W. A. BHAW. 68oD 62OJ1055Ar......................M&y: fl....... .... ..........I.v '1l1lall a 11 :US.!lIft a III ,
American agriculture and the American 13 APPOINTED: TO BAIL A* FOLLOWS
; IN THAT STATE.: people as a whole demand tbe construction Leave Jacksonville 8:30: p.in.,Bandar,Tuesday and Thunilayi., &.A..N MATZO BRA..JIII'otL8uTrOtOa .
_. Leave BanforU 9:M a.lu W.du".da'.d JTrltlut".
"- of good roud. VDU'L.IO. He. 87 Ne. 4Siially
'n 11 -- Southbound Road down 80d Northbound. Ream. up. No. 48
Sow .1". Pike Couu y Gravel no.... Leave 3a1l pm ................Jitckaoovlito...... .. .... .. Arrive 2 rtofl &m. i>ally .. .. Dnl.yl| No.Daily SB,

Were milt nnd1'Ar. Now 'nlntaln.' TO CURE A COLD IX 'ONE DAY ." 8Mpm .. ... ... .. .. ........ Leave.. 8'1101'' .... 15 al ..... ......................TX7 Too
8.oa: am...... .... ....... Actor .... .... 3-Jupm.: m 6 Bl Ar. Ban .., .
e"llvueflte the Firmer D.rlr. Take Laxative: Bromo Quinine Tablets.. '* iMtm::: .. .. .. .... .. ...St.Frencle. ......... I:00pm.I : ? MaSANPOKD Lv S 40 a I iJ
ITrom Them. All druggists refund the ......... .....BereetordDeLantl)..n...... .... It. 12:00n'o.: BHAJJ-Oa
money If It falls 6.00am,... ..............leluesprlug..... ......... .. ll.ooaiu.: ORANGE ,CITY BRANCH.
TIM> to cure. E. W. Grove's signature I Is' on Arrive S:Oam .. .............<,.....aan/ord .................. 11.30: am. He. 11.Dally
pioneer good roads builders of each bozo 25cts. Brarloaa' Ne. T2 Ne. :3 N.. CDally Ne. 2 No.4
the west were the sturdy farmers of Cen'l Passenger and Ticket OffIce. 204 Vi. Bay St.,JacksonvHUe DallyISOp Dally 6/ramo.e: DallyIt Daly

the- southeastern part of Pike Animal matter .. Poultry, On v ......., ltn.. 1...,...., .Ar -3-vp11O Oa l
county Food. .. T IS a JV............Ml ........... [ v..N.Btryrna..Ar 400 SSJp
"110. the A C.HAOEETY. Ewt'n Pan Agt. r.M.'RON:NIJt14IC1t, ,Asut.Gen.Pas* Agt ma. .L i alp 3 49 p 11 211 Lv..... Union.
who In early fifties began the Prepared foods put on the marketare 19 State St.. New. York ( foe We t Hay St.,Jacksonville Flat 889sSMa ............ & ..........,.IV 11 51 a 4 00 P 11 89. LV.Orauxr.. Lv Lv 1 1S5 p 4 10 p
agitation. for highway Improvementwhich not intended to displace any of the THOS. D..HALEY Local Freight; Agent. I(l C. LOVKLU.A.*.. Fla. Bunt.. :,:" .Enterprise 0 a 405pP'/6alr.OnBOltyJo.Lv124gp, City: Up/ 42tp
80a ,,::. 4 Up
foot tie ;an 8t Jacksonville Fla. | Foot }11-, an at., Jacksonville,Flav. Ar..T.u. Bonford. .Lrlll 00 aTue.
crystallized In May, 1857, In the essential material*-grains and vegetables JOHN. L. HOW ARI18uperintand.DC. Foot Hogan 61;.,Jacksonville Fla.
rgaatzatlou; of a company to construct -within the, poultryman's easy. THV.O. O. seat!: General Manmcer.VM.. H CL.YW0. CO. (neral AgftaVf.ClieKebrougU ..'Time. Tables show. the Umell a. which $rathm. be
1 from ... ., may pf'e'ted to arrive and .
New'Tork.C. the .} deuert
.
15 Bute St. Park .v.
,i a ,gravel road from the city of Clarksrllle reach, but rather to supplement these Butldiiiic. Oppotlte Battery nor does th. 00mV-.rAtiolUj hold but their itself arrival or departure at the tl.1n..8. RtMed 1.. no' lrUarant......
.
to the village of Paynesvllle a In accordance with tbe tobject desired. II. WAL.TON. Agent TltusvUle, Fla.SE.A..JB th..from. responsible toanIT\ delay or my oneequenoe.. arhlng

distance of ten miles. Prepared foods should be recognized

t The roftdj probably the first gravel only In proportion ai It .1* desired to Peninsular and Occidental Steamship' Connections at Miama.

QI road ever built west of the Mississippi supply a deficiency'in the foods usual <> I:> BETWEEN" MIAMAr KEY WEST AND
IU.V ANA.I
river was completed In 1800 and Is a ly available on thefarm.. This mean I .

: :t git'glffig t ot good roads engineering I :!! It : that the feeder should have' a fair AIR LINE RAILWAY. '. 'I BOt1'nmKUJIlJ:1.: JfOETEIBOrjNT

ia doubtful if l tin do'uat can be found In practical. knowledge of the essential I I 'Z..Mlam..Von.. Wed..d.U CllXp LV''.navanavTun..

ttte entire country, says a writer' in Ingredients of footJ-pl'oteln. fat and Ar._..Key Ker:" WAtt.W.. ,Toe.Tue..rharsi. Thura.....,..............,........,.12 80 pAr.I Key: West,Tue Thura.J Thur .............. 9) 3'P flOa
1lQ.p
11 The Good Roods Magazine. It was the carbohydrates- usually recognized by Ar. Havana, W ed.. ,. Lv.KeyWe.t.TueaThtuw.. .............. '7 pap) l
I tII Ar.
Capital City Route. Mlamfc. Weda. Fri................... 0 tII,a
nucleus of a general system of highway thechemist in determining tbe comparative For cop of Local Tints Card address anT Agent.

Improvement 'In' Pike county, value of foods. 'Thel Shortest Route. ,.'' '. ,J. D. KAHWEB:;. Asst. Gen. FBM. '
which) now owns and maintains more Of these! three ingredient protein : Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

than fifty miles of splendid gravel and or flesh forpilng matter I Is the chief The Best Ltne. -

macadam roads. from the purchaser' standpoint. The Only line with Double Daily Service Including Sundays to I .
Calumet township alone has more fat and carbohydrates (heat producers) -.... "' ..,,,. ""'-"L ___ _
Hum thirty miles of gravel road whoso are found more generally In grains and SAVANNAH COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINKS> RICHMOND,

fame Is country wide. The belt road, vegetable The richest and most I'on.centrated \VASEH3JOTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA N-B.W YORK, f :FOR.-

ld which has Its beginning and end inClarkev111e dourii of protein known are WITH PULMAN' BEST::! CARS nle bmond Washington. Baltimore

i Is twenty-one miles long in dried blood and meat meaL Thebest The Florida. and Metropolitan\ Limited, a solid vestlbuled train St. Augustine and Philadelphia Doyton.. Atlanta

and forms a loop Into the rich agricultural dried blood should contain about Jacksonville to New York, conBlstlnjrof( Dining Compnr>rneivt, Composite AshelwUle. I Chattanoods Louisville

region In the rear of the town, 03: per cenCniiJ meat meal I should av Observation and Drawing Room Bleeping Cttra.. Cincihnat; St. Loul. u.nsas City
erage at least 00 cent of protein.
making communication between city per Only line opeiatlng dally through Pullman Car Service Jnoknonvllleto\ Orleans Detroit Clenalatnd PIttsburd(
and country .
A I'oreleeper re ervatlonn od further Information write. Chicago etc.
;
That good roads building pays Is at. ly depend on its richness In protein
tested by the fact that Calumet town. and phosphate (bone forming matter). A. O. MAODONEIX, Asat. Oen. P.w. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida.J. .
M. BARR R. E. L. BUNCH, .
hip boasts of being the\ richest agricultural / The best green or raw bone should
I. T. P. 'O. M., Oen.Fa Agt.
contain at least.SO cent of protein, C
township In the world. Its wealth pr POltTS:MOUTH, VA. GSOUTIlfRN
being !greater than the sum that Thorn and the balance ((70 per cent) should be .
as Jefferson' paid for the entire Louisiana bone forming and essential' food mineral .. -- .- -"
it
purchase$1b.WO.ONO> Million. mat tor. This food In combinationwith : Dixie ;Route
RAILWAYROUTE
: Flyer .
either blood meal or meat meal
j alrea. seeking nn Ides I retreat for a

.5 t country home have erected magnificent Is universally! recognised a valuable 'NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA, A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, and
mansions along this highway and supplement In making balanced ration 1 .
I j wealthy farmers live In easy comfort with grain, mill products and WESTERN; ATLANTIC RAILROAD, OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

within a stone's throw of the famous ,eaetables.-W.o3. Thompson B. 8. A. -route of the- ,

road, their chief recreation being dally CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRADE: The. SoutHerr Palm Limited

drives In handsome rubber tired carriages Good Record. I and The Washington Richmond and'Florida

I over Its smooth gravel surface. Phenomenal egg records, say Texas DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. ,

The Olarksville and Paynesvllle road Farmer are occasionally reported The Chicago: and Florida Limited U quickest train from St. Augustine and Limited
was originally built uy a corporation and we should not-dlspute them judging Jacksonville. .
THe New: ork. and Florida
Express
known as the Clarktvllle. Pralrlevllle from the results, we have obtained Chattanooga Nashville Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago with Pullman' :

tild and Faynesvllle Road company. The ourselves. although to obtain average finest Observation and Drawing Room, Sleepers, Dining cars, et..., through without TO THE EAST.
projectors of the road operated upon Individual records to exceed 200 eggs change. The famous Dixie Flier all the year round sleeper via.. Atlanta and

the broad principle that the 'public per ben we feel certain there! is more Martin,.through to St. Louis, without clumga, THe Chicago and Florida, Special

should be the beneficiary of highway. time spent ,with the fowls than wouldbe For Information relative to rates schedules.etc., write to...

Improvement and It Is a matter of practicable from the standpoint of '1'. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville Fla. THe Florida LimitedTO

pride to the people of the county that profit A well bred Bock of fowls will C. E. HARM AN,.Oen. Pass. Agt. II. F, SMITH, Trafflo Manager THE NORTH AND WEST.
t not one dollar of dividends was ever produce a few hens which will reach Atlanta, Gaj Na bvllle, Tenn.
paid by any Pike county road companyto and some may pass the 20O egg mark
with ordinary care, but when we read -
Its stockholders. The roads were not
of records of 247 eggs: per hen In a year Pultmsn Steeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Asheville through "The Land of the ."
Sky.
In a recent egg/ / laying contest we feel
QYSTEM.
PLANT Tfettxtgh trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
sure the fowls were provided with extra
M1't room., special comforts And closer connection with. the Plant_ System and Florida East Coast Railway

attention than these same poultry keep: train Fullman Sleeping cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through,

r t ers could afford to' give them If onlyworking The On0atThroagh Car Line from Florida.-Connections:
for the from the market Ak fr TIckets via Seathtrn
profit
tIyi Railway. Carreipondenct SollelteA.
? ) __1f 5r TnillA East via nil call The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston, Richmond
side. However these 1rt 1U luy via Columbia
) aDd Washington, The Southern Hallway, Savannah
t illustrations of tbe and
I Iti as possibilities
spur us on to. better cure and closer selection and Washington. H. F.'CAREY. FU. P... Agt. 108 V. Bay St.. Jukost1Lh.
for profit Trt the West Tlie Southern R', via Jesup Atlanta and Cbatta.noolto. The LA
ti tI t X, Montgomery.: The Southern K'y vU Savannah Columbia S. H. HARD VICK. V. H. TAYLOE,
=cyl : ,1- t and Asheville. The :MAO: R'y via MontRomory.\ ,
Women and Jewels. General
Pueenge Agony An't Gent Pew Ageal"Wuh&fbM ,
Jewel, candy, flowers man-that lathe To the East lid Ste m hlp. Via, savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, D. C.
,
Attach G.
order of a woman's preferences. phHndelphla d.BoBton. via :Savannah 'and Merchants' Miners ,
for B Itlmoro. J.n....+. 15 190',
Jewels form a magnet of mighty powerto Transportation Company ..
the average woman. Even that/greatest : To Key West and Havana, vial'ort Tampa and Peninsular Occidental StenmnhlpsTo
of all jewels, health. Is often ruined Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada,
I' 4 In the strenous efforts to make or save Atlantlo and Plant Steamship line for Halifax Uawkesbury and CharlotteltoWD."VV"XN'TEEL .

M I i:4., 4X.R the will money Flak her to health purchase t-> got homo a covered Ifs woman gem : : : TOUF ,ISIS TIClg: ETS- THE WALTON RAPID CALKING M MACHINE

rJ' ., then let her fortify herself against the In. will be on sale throuahout; the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to ,

.,f., i iH slduounoonReqnencenof bronchial affections by the regular: colds use and of all FLORIDA'RESORTS, via the plant System, during: the season of 19O1-HKKJ, limited Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada.
to return until Slay 31st, with liberAl stopover privilege, In Florida. __ f. ..
Dr. Boschee's German' $ It will -
I yrup. \ Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied .
A HO AD lit MISSOURI. promptly arrest consumption in. Us early with all Information and handsome advertising matter. PRICE $...00 and $3.00 EACH. !Should be used by every Boat Builder la the U. 8.
and heal the fleeter! and
lungs
built to grind out dividends. They were stage For Information M to rates, sleeping car reservation, afar call on or write to In Use of the
built for the people. foP. the communi qrouclilal tubes aDd drive the dread dls I by soma Principal Boat Builders In tie United States.

ty's goal They have always. been operated ease but It from Is a the certain system.cure for It ia oouahs.not s cure-all oold...,. F... M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agrent.13d For Sale.by ,

as toll roads there who use I anti all bronchial trouble You can gee West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, FU., Jas. Pritchard :& Son

them willingly paying the small fee ex Dr. 4. O. Green's reliable remedies at B. B. W. W re nOt Passenger TraffloManftjer, Sa..nnab. Ga. TITUSVILLE, ,. .. .. FLORIDA.
1 acted for the privilege. R. Wilson Son's. Oat Green's Special I
I*I TUt>.cpunty encouraged: early good Almanac. W. B. DEN. HAM, General Superintendent, Savannah, Oa. SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT; BOAT BUILDERS. .






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TITUSVILLE.MAN' .' .

--- CVT4KERWORM.to :* RAISING TURKEYS. .r,

RI'V'ER EO't'EL. to spray Apple 'Fr.-Adv..a. [.Tkr' !. M.ney III If Om. HniIloom CANCEROUS

ON.TIIE INDIAN-RIVER, *.1(.. In I'Blns: Ar.e.al. .( Lead. .. and Goes Abut It Hlstkt.rfo .
Some farmers prefer to light the cankerworm branch of tbe poultry business Are in many respects like other ulcers or
TITUSVILLE i,>y bu lull us rather than by;; pays' better than tbe raising of turkoy ULCERS sores and this resemblance often proves fatal.
the spraying method because thel This Is true whether they are Valuable time is lost in fruitless efforts to heal

FLORIDA. other work keeps them i o Im"y(1I1rlng; raised for market purposes or for the tIle sore with: washes and salves, because the germs of Cancer that are multi
the spraying nan urn, but In genera the fancy.! As fowls' for tbe farm the)' plying in the blood and the: new Cancer cells which are constantly developing
orchardlat will And it profitable to are a benefit us well ns a profit Tur keep up the irritation and discharge and at last sharp shooting( pains
must and will forage. and they the of the eating and sloughing stage and a hideous, ;
1 ,. J. O. BAST, Propri toi spray, because he can thus kill off nQt, keys announce approach
only the cankerworm end other lenf cnufflot) bo raised profitably wlthoul sickening cancerous sore begins its
,- 'good range. The turkey is undoubtedly destructive work. hi February, 1809, I noticed a small
eating insects, but the codling! moth nArq'LE with.luinP cn m71ow.r Up. Th* doctor oaaISO -
x. 1f' s SIIOOTI'NQ tbe former's best friend. ulcer or sore can exist t.rlalld lt but another earn* and: broke
PUCK
They have been created with a roving out some predisposing internal cause out into an open ior.. x began: to tak
I I 'instinct, which causes them to constantly that has poisoned the blood, and the 8.8. a. and after X hats taken seven bot;-
I tea and FISUINGKates tl.s' tbe place based .Un17 and De
w travel from one field to an. open discharging ulcer, or the festering .I.DI 01 the eSt...... .
other. In doing this they rid the placeof "sore on the I lip, check or other sll1o.. W. P. :Brown, Rolland.,"s.'St
-ar- v : $2.50: per day ) "worms grasskoppers'and! other Insects part of the body will continue to
that are detrimental to crops and spread and eat deeper into the flesh unless tile blood is purified and the

$10 and $12 per week a nutsiiiae to the fanner.: They ales) Cancer germs or morbid matter eliminated from the circulation.
consume many were seeda A field ol S. S. S. cleanses the: blood of all decaying effete matter. It has great
r clover ts their special delight as It'ls antidotal, and purifying properties that soon destroy the germs and poison
JACKSONVILLE.: always the home of grasshoppers and 1 and restore the blood to its natural condition. And when pure blood ia

other Insect life. Why the Creator carried to the ulcer or sore the healing process
caused clover\ to grow and then created begins, the discharge ceases' and tile place heal
grasshoppers\ to eat It up Is beyond my over and new skin forms. S. S. S. is A strictly vege-
DUVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ken unless he created the turkey to {'litthe table blood purifier ,containing no. mercury or ?

f grasshopper. Be that as It may, minerals of any description
we_hn've the latter and it has come U If :you have an ulcer or chronic sore of any kind,write us about it, medical .
postoffice. stay nnd the only way I see out of tin advice will cost you nothing. Books on Cancer and other diseases of
Opposite Centrally located. Thoroughly, repaired and ienovated. difficulty Is"to raise the turkey and de. the blood will be sent free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, 6a. ,

Newly furnished rive the double profit which wo gel _. .
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throughout. Liberally conducted . ----- ----------------- ---- -- --
!? BCPtt KEApY FOB BPIIAI'INO. from saving; the clover and filling out 1
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Rates $2.50: per day and up. well, and If be so desires he can In thi purse from the sale of stock. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. same mixture fight the apple scab am Without a good range I do not believe

.. other fungous diseases says Professoi that the turkeys can bit made as Prints all kinds of Sooimerclal SUtlonery, Wedding Stationery, Cards, Pill KU. F
station In profitable ns they can with It. They
Weed of the.New Hampshire are very heavy eaters and one is at _________ "_"'_ u __ __ .. .. _ ._ _ __ ___ ...._________'
;AND WestDayand dar8treets. a recent bulletin.
1ESTlYIORE> HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE. FLA. The spraying method of fighting th< most! swrjj to overfeed them. This Owner. Description at Land Sec. T. R. A. Am't. ,y
cankerworms alms to cover the leave makes them sickly and often results IE

f American plan.. Centrally located. Just built and open- with tine particles of poison so that th< tbe long .of many birds, but If given [Continued trolll rage 4)It )
good on the farm they will raise
ed this season. Fine: cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold. Water young worms will eat it and be killed. themselves range! after they are six or ('Ightweeks 1\1 Hebbart . Fart lots I and 3, described 1
When an orchard Is Infested by cankerworms 41 1 11 '1 11v
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Deed BookG 0
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Baths, Elevator, etc.. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All old., In order to prevent them
it is very desirable to spra 0 nedt.'n . North :2 acres of south ::1 acres 'I
street cars pass the door. Rates, 93.00 to 12.:>0 per day. once before the blossoms open. Tbi from annoying tbe neighbors I bring lot 6, and south part of lot u U 31 41 II 581 yi yiof
insects begin botching early in the sea them home each night until the habit E Kul'Ihl'Il.' .. . Part of north !. of northeastT, '
Mrs. A. J. WALKER
Proprietor. son. If trees* are not spt'ayed.untll aft becomes fixed. They then come home described\ Deed Book lI, poge
er the blossoms fall considerable dam of their own accord.I 818 . . . . 27 \a,41 10 as I $ '
will be before the worms ore am glad to know that II great many Mike Winther. . North 6 acres' or sositheoatjut.
9EAHlU EZE. age killed One.done spraying!! when the buds. breeders of thoroughbred stock are beginning northeast ij, . . 27 n 41 6 G lid
to appreciate the value and importance Grlmll Land Conicpany.
In the
are in the condition represented of the turkey. Many flocks . . . Mouth. 34 of southwest tj of
cut will be of much service. Anothci northwest. l.( :. . IT 37. 41 20.:1: tit
lie Clarendon Inn and the Breakers without Incases
cost.
raised practically
SEABREEZE. be as the bios are
should given as soon Max Oehlert. . 8olltltl'a"t corner or southwest
some fall and If the cankerworms nr where cattle and hogs are fed ljof northeast ... . 28 31 41' 4. :2 31lI
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF'CoU C. C, POS'IV very numerous a third a week or) tot after' tbe first hard freece the turkeyswill II Stewart . Lot 2, except 21I! acres to It'. -. '
days after the second will be desirable. bround tbe building( and pick Stoubt.'n . . 3:1 87.41. 44f' 8f4 .1
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer re The spraying may be done either up tbe corn- which the cattle and hogs W'Ofo\ut"tlt.1I . North 5acres oflot2.} ... . 116 117.41 A 0211V'
of lot 3. . :.16 I 87 '41 U 2U i. ,
green shell ofl which would otherwise go to 0 Huedt.'n . North 24 acres "
sort In Florida, will be under the management of) Col. C. C. Post during the with paris green. Scheele's 01 '
waste. This waste product Is therefore 011 1Iowlan, . Lots suet II, tlublllvlMlou of lot c.
summer season of 1002. Professor 8and ld'l Orchestra, from New York, arsenate 'of lead. Paris green may b turned Into 4 of IIt'ctloll 11:1: and south 20 .
0 will play dally, afternoon and evening. applied In a water spray at the rate of kind money.'There of t'l1,11I8 of lot I of section 311. 36 ,
Is that be
Guests can feel assurod of a satlstaotory table, and every attention to thel;: a pound to 200 gallons of water with a and no meat raised can the . . . . aO'lT: 41 10 012: ;
pound or two of fresh slacked lime' so easily cheaply on "1' 0 Slwdf'11 . North 11 acres of south T acres :..
comfort. Rates $J to $2.50 per day; fLU to 912: per week. Write for specla. addedto each barrel of' the' mixture tr farm us the turkey. Let the farmers' of lot 1. 10 37 4:1: 3 1 7:11oorrlll11 :

rates for families fur the season Address, C. C. PAST, Seabreeze, Fla. render all the arsenic Insoluble and commence with Rood thoroughbredbirds Mack . fart lot 1, described lIt.'ulllook

--T_____._ ._____ __ _-0 ______ _. ___ thus prevent InJury to the foliage. bred In line, the same ns they do 1', lnjtI, ,0. . . .3:1: 37.J U: 5 4 01W !
lend Is used. It should with thoroughbred stockand they 0. HnedE'1I . South II acres of lot 1, end" all I
NEW YORK If nrsenate of will reap ft double profit. each year.- lot :9. . . 30 8:1: ,41 1621
.. be bought; In the form of a paste and .
rate of three Mrs. Charles Jones In American Poultry HALL .
may be"used at the E. W. ,
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45th Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue: pounds to fifty gallons of water. Thus Journal. I
THE HAMILTON NEW YO UK. poison ban these advantages over partsgreen Tax Collector Brevard County, Florida,

: First there la no danger of Spring Ailment .._. j
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A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably ttiiit It be
burning the leaves so can There Is an aching:and tired feeling/ ;; ;
Located. With every Comfort and Conveulence. put on In stronger mixture; second II the liver, .bowels and kidneys become NOTICE.

Furnished and ITnfuiolshed. remains In suspension tn the water better sluggish: \ and Inactive, the, digestion! Impaired .
GEORGE W., MORTON. : third. It adheres to the foliage with little or no appetite no h
more evenly and longer, and. fourth It ambition for anything, and a feeling that Corrections In Delinquent Tax List Brevard County. ''t'tr.fJ
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needs
1--------- may be seen upon the leaves moro tbe whole body and mind toningup.
readily so that the thoroughness of The trouble Is, that during the winter .. ,
Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association! be deter there has been a a accumulation of a
I the spraying may more easily want matter In the system llerbloe OWNER. CRlI'TION. o + a Ie ga

rnln--r j::,*.* >__ will remove It, secure to the secretions aright ,3 II 8
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The Chicago Net and Twine Co. 'ho-. exit and by Its tonlo effect, fully 1i. .Q i. Hy
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THE PETUNIA. restore the wasted tissues and give you y
-Manufacturers- Instead of weakness. 600 at B. ,
strength I IIOIJt.lleaHt
Old Tin Flower 0111'1111.111&0 Bravo. South 8 acres of eouthesst'r' of
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R. .Wilson A Son's drug store of southwest /6 21 M: 8 a 40
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of Ai &ny (.'.... J-.J
I; lor 1<: Norwood. South}v of southwest Vf . II) 21M 80!: 3 8*.
The petunia in Its haLIt of blooming. A. Chicago alderman bat a grievance U J '1'llIIn. . . Southwest Vf of northeast! \ Jot.J 1
partakes of the constancy of other tender /Hoiittieaiiti: of northwest .H i: '
L.. 1 perennial bedding pldnts. being' against the newspapers, "Tbe trouble northwest ,4' of southeast, H; '11
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t much more continuous in blooming! with the papers" be observes 18 that and nortbt'l1ll'i'" of southwest .

than most of the true annuals. On thli ,they never print the things you want y.. .. . 26 23.16: 160 017
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account petunias In a fair state of cultivation 'em to print and are always printingthe Win Oiienthner. Boutbeaitt: of northwest! >4 ofSOUtbWeMt "
I i' will be found to blooul continuously things you don't want 'em to ft, ." . 20! 24 ill) 10 1 89 .'l,.

from June to fall a, great advantage print." This is really too bad. Qleaaon Brothers ." I
Interest In south
I Undivided 2-3
and .
1-0 FISHING NETS .and Netting of Every De crlptlon. S in home embellishments.There Company % of southeast jj of northeast t..
Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc.. tn is special pleasure for tbd LIDdeD Wallace Bates, Jr., bas been \i, west >i of southwest 1 '1j
Originators of Wholesale Prices direct.to the Fishermen. home gardener in growing the .free awarded tbe gold trophy for the best | of northeast %,north % of \ '

79-81-83 E4 Indiana Ht. ti Chicago, Ill. flowering single strains. In adaptability scientific essay presented at Yale If northwest of lIortl1p.ut.H: .' ..{
..Mention The ADVOCATE in your letter... petunias have an advantage over Mr. Dates had won In en'intercollegiate north. >B of southeast'- oiR s '
almost every other seed<<; grown flower southeast! fi, north of.
We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's A "ocUtIon. Do you want a flne pot plant for the football or rowing contest, be might northeast X of southeast yi. 10 27 3D 100 4 3X:

window sill? --The petunia will fill the have !got at least a column picture in Glea"on Brother '.
other kind. the and Company. An undivided 2.3 Interest In
bill second to no paperl.Good east 3-4. . . . . 13 27 33 480 S 09
Do yon require something suitable
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for continuous bloom in a large vase 01 For IMietiinatlsm.I E, W. HALL, ,

in .a veranda box? Tbe petunia will ..ant fall I was taken with a very severe
perfectly meet your wants. Is It a fine attack of muscular rheumatism which Tax Collector, Brevard County, Florida. 't

mass of flowers on the lawn or a Hvelj caused me great pain and annoyance. \'_ .
contribution to the mixed flower border After trying several prescriptions! and Error-'J'llst'II have bet'll I'alil.

1 4 that is desired? Nothing will meet rheumatic\ cures, I decided to use Cham Win VsnSclmlck,. All south % of southwest M,
the need as will tbe various petunias.Do berlain's Pain Balm, which I had seen north of Crane crvek . 8)4: 37 25\ D 10 '
hI you desire to display taste in ad Tor lined In the South of this Jer eyman.I was After r E 0 Nosier Lot 1, (or all fractional) 7V 'M !:1!;> 61) 3 K4 v t
two applications Kennedy
training flowers over trellises .or' U bottle . .. ---. -. -
much better, and after using/ one ------ --- ----
form pillars cones or balls Then we was completely cured.-Sallle Harris ,
I rr counsel the use of single petunias. Salem, N. J, For sale by all druggists ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE.t
They are perfectly adapted to such and medicine dealers. .
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trellis of light stakes and wire ii J
6/ so simple that a child can make it. One 1 dM rE : .
I e plant Is set at each of the stakes, these .- f
being about fifteen Inches apart 'Tb ll

training is a delightful task. To cause VA, Sample copy of'one otthe( best farm
1 branches to spread pinch back the
free If will send
published
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leaders:. to elongate the growth In an, papers 1
I given spot nip back the lateral shoots. Jour name on a postal card, mentioning.
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With SU p In the Tn B PLOW DO';Co., "
Smear tbe trees with a light coat ot '
Ira after baring dug away Atlanta, Oa.Florida .
gas or coal tar ; f I
/ass the ground a little from tbe base of the '. ;

.loots advises Professor I. P. Roberta .,. 6 KS rn. f1 i 1
In American AgriculturIst. This will

a '; 1 not only prevent the sheep from mo ,1...JI. .j" .

; *+****,'.' '.<* testing the tree., but will also help to ,\ .
keep the borers oat. However", If thesheep J
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/'id'- 11 have horns they nay especially :/; ivt'rdo E Rw iifza DFFr E
tbe nates, wound the bark by rubbing Magazine v

a against the trees. ,
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Among pretty wild flowers" for spring [Haitrated

planting la the garden are tbe gerani

urns Alcentraa, bepatlcas, Solomon's Monthly.
el and the false Solomon's seal, the
ONE DOLLAR A TEAR ;
violet and the cypripedlam or lady'ianDQee
1I The common blue vie t*
orchid.
Copy
jend for Sample :
Jt. TToU cucoData. Is the best of) this ,,;,. kinds of Commercial Stationery: printed at the above office 1

BMRM to grow In quantity for, no matter Add>e s: O. D. ACKEBLT .:I'LETTERHEADS, NOTEUEADS, ENVELOPES, BIU.IIEADS. SHIPPING
cabers It be placed. It will grace the .
poatlfcm and look squally at home. Publisher,Jacksonville, IT*. ., TAGS CARDS, eto., .to., printed cheaply sod exp. .


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to FLORIDA the Jewelry'd Visitors Hoaveilr: shops are lavitcd of the 'BFfEVARD COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS Robbins< & Graham Go. :e.J.: :I.i_ :Se :c dL SRO::

DEALERS: IIT-

r 5 The Boaid'.was called to order on the (Incorporated.) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODU(
((5th Instant, by order of the> Chairman. PAID UP CAPITAL $35,000.00.: ,
4' Jacksonville, 41V... Bay Ht. ; at Angus-" Present: J. R. Walker, Isl District; J. We handle>> PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for NAPES FKRTILI7
tine la the Alon: ar; Palm Beach, the rotuna R allot, ind! District; It..A. Oonkllng, This company owns We deal exclusively In tbe above line of good and solicit the trade of all con

of the Poiooiana; Miami, them Std : J. V. Jones, 4th District XA.: 2Sr XD S. era. Write as for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
tunic of Royal Palm; Nassau, rotundaof t and .DI8trlctl.I, 6th District; A. A. Stew- E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE: FLA.

_ the Colonial Hotel. art, clerk; and J. K. Waller, ;deputy in tbd Indian. River C...-;)tI'1; Oa the St.Lucle -

sheriff River; at New River and on Bay
Minutes were read and approved. S. W. CARROLL

I ...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,. head What The Doctors $ay.MAZTLAlrn Report of Tax Collector; of polls collected Bisoftyne.! Prices to suit the timed. ,

I \ 11'......, pot 10. 1001. I during the month of April for :. Send for Land List !' """:-foealer In- .
Hanoook the year UKI, and amounting: to 2JU.OU: ,
Tlia
Brewing'Assors.FatuousJt.Loult G nt laiiien:-Liquid I tiara eutphurCo.had ICcceina Dalttmote over thirty Mel. was received.On Office at Tltuaville and :Miami :Fla.'OEO. GROCERIES GRAIN; FEED 'FRUIT AND YEGETABLCrockery
yean, have tried many raineUle prmorlbed. by motion, $1,000 Is transferred from ,

i .. Keg and Bot; one various yielded phyelctwm.HI ..... II"but all to to l.oihlnft Liquor bun Sulphur.the ills-.1 I the fine and forfeiture to the feeding M.. BOBBINS ... A. MOEQAIT, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage SoUeMed

tIed Beer. think If lined properly It is undoubted a lineollto :pilnonera fund1.Treasurer's Fresldent., Actuary, TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
for fcoimina..: 1 have ,Jr .
pre orlJod It f otheswltb report was received and
Bold by Messrs.Y. A. Loslejr' and wilt mnpclror mot catlHfwitory ontanatme nwnlM.alfootlua I oonsiderit I have ever the checked up. ,, Messrs, Conkling and Ml Brevard Abstract of Titlc Co ...- ; -

R. t,.MotlPW, Titui>vUl.,Via. known and mgwd It M the greatest medical ot were appointed a committee to destroy INDIAN RIVER
: dl. of .:.. ... .... : ICE FACTORY.
By Mr. R. L. Motlow! ,Coooa Fla.JOSEPHZAPF. o Ti>ry : pooor;;tlily I youm the same. They reported they had WILL FURNISHAbstracts .
W. A. ilKAlUJ.\ M. I>. done the same and were .
For Sale by J. B. SC11EVEN' druggist, The- Treasurer had his of Title 0 TITUSVILLE FLA.

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA of deposit. dlllCharged./l -FOB LANDS IN- Is prepared to furnish loci in any' quantity-Sacked .oj loose. Special attoo

Report of Justice of the' Brevard County'.. \. .\ paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing; la my motto.
Sole Agent. Ilardee of fines collected and urnedover \. : T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.Whaler's .
the Office under Law Offloo of
/ to County Treasurer amount .
BRITISHERS TO CELEBRATE. ing to 17.00, was recelv d. I GEO. 'H. -==-
610 to 620 Weat Bay Street, '( BOBBINS -i
southern Report of Justices of the Peace, B. L. TITU8VILI.H \' .. FLA. .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.TOGNI'S. Perhaps no state has, In pro Parker, O. F. Conkling, W. K. Roesoh I
portion to Its population, so many resident was received. '
of British birth a.e'Florida. This Report of J. F. Prevatt, superintend.ens Jewelry Store. i

e being so, It seems only right! that the of roads and guard of convicts was East Coast Meat Market
coronation of Ills Majesty King Edward received and filed. *

: "6 RETREAT- VII shoulcrt<< >celebrated In some appro- Verdict of Coroner Mont Hardee was G. F. DUREN, Agent. t'
priate manner and In a city easily reach. received. Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware EtiI
ed by all residents of the state. Petition of C. A. Gardner et:. al., citizens 151:: ::sc ,

Choice With this In view, and believing Jacksonville of Tltusvllto to increase allowanceof tea :> t I
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to be the most suitable place. pauper, was referred to Commissioner uaco: SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
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IWlnea: Liquors the British residents of this city Intend Walker of that district for action. sa'A : 1l
and Cigars.g celebrating the coronation on June 25th I Bocd of A. M. Chambers as principal, -: and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12,months. j

Guaranteed Pure.' next and earnestly desire that there and D. 3.'Ctulton:: and Perry Carlton as s=:>=>- JOy Mall Orders will receive' prompt\ and oareful attention !

should Join with them as m.lny as poxsiUe sureties, to carry a Smith & )Approve _. s=a.. .
of, those la Florida whu wets born tol No. 31D-U, caliber 112 wan -, TITUSVILLE' a. FLORIDpecia1 1
John B. Togni, r' under the British Report of F. H. Fee, Lars Jorgensenand !

h To this end I the undersigned htvaboen Joseph Williamson, marking and
No. )
105( East Bay Street Corner Ocean
I ..... appointed a committee to make the necessary laying out 'a public road from Center _. Co12
Hear the old stand. arrangements, and have drawnup street In Malabar north toMelbourne + ego

i JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. a provisional programme, which Includes was received. On motion the same was ti b .ttentionll!

T. : accepted.On TITU8VILLE, FLORIDA.
--Y--------- First-Outdoor sports. Tbe Florida motion, the Chairman Is appointed '
Country Club has /generously placed Its a committee to confer with contractors t
,East End Cafe g ounds at their disposal,' and they hopeto with a view to enlarging tbe Clerk's ,. GIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR.-. |

arrange for a gymkhana, lawn tennis ofllce. Glassware
tournament foot On motion tle pelltlo 'of. O. O. Hel- Hardware Tinware Crockery ]
WM. J. HOBAN, Pro|> !'. races, swimming and : .
golf Seth et al, citizens of Oslo, for a public 6 f
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. becond<< ,A banquet In the evening, road, Is granted and b. T. Hughes J. Harness 'and Stoves. J
from 7 till I 0 o'clock. Ileiseth and G, R. Roberts are appointedto
ANLTAUSKn-BUeOH: BEEn BTBCIALTT.Out : Third-A ball, withan, alternative sail mark and lay out the same, i .

of town orders on the river from 0 p. m. to 11 p, m. The following bills were examined and JCVOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
given prompt attention It ts proposed to make tho'sport free approved by the finance committee, and .

: Jug.trade a specialty.UNFURNISHED to aIl ..ltllihera. Any white persott born warrants ordered to be drawn' for the' Jas. Pritchard & Son.
under the Bcitlsh! flag, is, Ipso facto, 'en same, by the Board. ., <
ROOMS titled to an Invitation Oennral Fund. ." ],

"Cor. and Catherine The banquet will be reserved for Brit. J R Walker, Cu Com and mileage\ 9 4 00 Postofflce Box 212,
IC' Bay Sts, isheis and their invited official J. H.Mist, : 40 '
guests. ." II ----r-n '
Jacksonville '. Florida. The ball and sail on tbe river will 'be John a A Conkling C. Jones, "" 'f"' 2tf 00 o ':::111u.s'V"1J.ls., '-- ::Florida:

open to invited guests. J F Bell / .. r100
L brrier
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T J 10 4t -.--- ,
Many people here have been born Rear O111ar.A. h
under J P COOkllhllttr lor .... .. ........,....'.... MOO a
tbe-British flag, and have since become .. Janitor .:... .. ....;........ BOO
citizens of the United States but .. 'waitinQon Co Com, :. ; .. .00 T Summer
that Is no reason'for not celebrating the ."1 .". re conveying capturingekoape convicts to convict.camp... !110 10 00 fU J THE TEAKS TO COME .Seeds.F9r Crops.

coronation of the King, rather It forms .. .. waiting on Ct Ct ..-.... ooo have no terrors for the Well insured man. r
still another link in the chain which is a' .. drawing servingJury'Ct Ca.. 8fl 00 '
the .. special venlr ,0< ". .. S OO He Ie I secure In the knowledge that what- 1 I 1Mljlets r
binding and Anglo-Saxon race togethermore (Johnson.. 1).lllff Ct Ct .. .... ...... t 00 ever happens his family is well providedfor. Sorghums, Spja :Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts; Chufas, Teosinte, Glanfj
firmly rapidly as years go on. Florida. Bmr printing forCe 06.. ... ...... 13!DA .
Tbe committee Is endeavoring to obtain A.A Stewart accountant.... ...... ...... 111 00 And the cost of this security Is Beggarweed, clean. |
report tax redemption..... 20 BO .
reduced for
164 rate transportation,and R Bowler ferryman ,.. .... ....... ..... .. W 00 really very smaH. Our rate On
75 at the hotels, and they would be greatly W O Brsd.tock, ferryman.. ... ......... 10 00 C3O1A.T :JE? JEZJ .SESsWhlppo
/ assisted If all who wish to participate EI.trloLljfba Co.,. .-.... ...... .........I ID( HO Lila Xn.su.rarioo.are : .
would advise them of such Intention as John Junes, copying minutes........ ... too Clay*,. Wonderfill.. Black, Unknown, Ladyflngers.
A 1> Prfnney. salary county Judge.. ..._. 25 nOJB moderate and by taking out a policy Clean Bright Stock:: ; Lowest Prices. Conch Peaa, Saw: per qt., Postpaid. ; $L2.
soon as possible. Andrews prosmutlngatty.......... 881:13 '
It has also been proposed,that the present A 1ley.wooll for jail ..< ........,-.1. II 0(1( at an early age the benefl ts. are greater peck; $425 bushel.. ,
..";.:..:.,:..i." ),"t \,.";.: ,'": ; is a fitting time for all Britishers in A A Stewart blanks clerk's offloe......... t TOT and premiums lower.SCIIU7LER Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.L. :: .
\\-y! ;: : ; warden .. ... to 00 '
A Bobtiiunn '
.. : '; :', :, .: Florida to meet become better acquaint game tot' : CAMERON The Seed Store
.
i \. .. : J r Frltohr : f.. :' :-r ed with each other, and possibly lay tbe .Ht. Hank lot 00 War... ..I BOTH -
M tMAS.rwL : : foundations of a aiclety for mutual Intercourse John Myere repair lock jail...::.. ..... e 85tKMim TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.. .. ...... .
W'IT TllE NEW YEAR ". Jr, .... a aa Invited
and help. To this end all who Mont Haru e, coroner at tn'I........., 3 DOA Correspondence
open up one of my bottles of were born under the British ting ate asked O Breen,oonetable ....:. 4411 ". .. ESTABLISHED: 1870.
G OLD WINE OR WIIISKET to send In their names and those of Rob Foster, juror "j .. .. 1011Jqhn r
Jansen, "' .. 1 wJohnVreiton It took 25- years to And out that! Typewriters *
; and drink to the health and prosperity of their friends to the British committee, '. ...... 1 011 were built. upside down.
friends and self the 813 West .II'onytb street, Jacksonville, J A Richards, I. ... 1 OO
; during .
year. .. -- M. Lane &
lmJ Son
Fla., au thar a complete register may be John (later '
These and wholesome.
i goods are pure H Baker, ...7. 100 TilE VISIBLE WHITING
Unexcelled for richness, strength and formed and an Invitation sent to all. P A Ca'fun,' wltiieis i. 1 wi :: : ,
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flavor. The following; gentlemen compose the J P itrown. ., r' ..i.. .. 1 Oil '.
Hujlow .sty's fens ... ... ... o 00
committee, E. British vice-con (+ M kobon. OLIVER TYPEWRITER
Right for health and hospitality.ROBT. Jn>Cli noey,onm bunt eel't.5... 1\ aCapin 250( WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
,
L.: sup, secretary W. Moore Angas, chair lore, ..A' "'h,.. 6 00
3 MOTLOW man; Walter Muoklow, I. S. Bell, II. Mrs E Lyenau pauper..4.,. 10 on
In built right aids where the workIs
TITU VILLE and COCOA, FLA. Ormitbv Cooke Fred W. Haward William Wm Corey, ." .... .. ,,,...... O 00 up
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l lj fieoDenham, 'i .....,.......1.._' 1000 In sight. It la a light,compact, simply Southern Fruit and .
James Lockbart Little Alfred (
,. ,' 5 00 constructed durable ;
:
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M Bridges, .4. # '' 'n'' n"chlne--eaeUy '
,Rodd, H. O. White, Wm. Lansdell .and Lewis, ". .....*..4./...fe. 5 00 learned operated and cleaned Produce'l
j L. A. Hildreth A. E. llalnes.-Jacksonville Metropolis MFutcb, M, ...,..,....,.._ II 00 ; aligns
; "K'ln. '** ......I.,rq i... 1100 perfectly, and needa'lfllut repairs.PRICE 1
Chary: :.!. ......... ......
t Dealer I In Foreign! and Domestic Brands .. ... N ?q. 00 Commisoion-: : : :
LTucker .....:.....},... 1000 ,
"' ...of... DADE'S VEGETABLE CROP. A (lore, .,..... .W: ),.. a 00
H Hal .t.( ...',... 5 <110 SPECIALTIES i ORANGES AND. GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils Cards and our
1--- M Wlilte. II .(....>... II 00 .
Rom Brandies Whiskeys Gins It is yet too early to estimate the number Win Anderson .,.....1'..'.. 8 00 quotations furnished on application.
Mre.J. C. Johnnon, ...... II 00
5 of orates of vegetaalos that will be
I Mr. G. W. Brooks, ...,".<.... SIlO
'i Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. shipped from the Biscayne Bay country IraCnmhy. .......f.W. Oil -
SamanthsOrim., ........ i.....,.. son "J r qflJ i OETOEN. WILL H.
t this season but it ts safe to say It will be I < 4. H. OKTOBN.: .ED. ()EWENOETCEN' -
.The best whiskey and, liquors served by John Herrhq i ......." 0 00
the largest by many thousand orator over WlUlHGrllHn, ....,.*... 400 f
and .
a courteous attention
: polite any previous yeaa. Mrs H munott .. .. S 00 & OETCE1T

A first class Hoe of foreign At the present writing there has been Road and Bridge Fund, Dlle.No.1. r ,
and domestic cigars hipped from Miami by freight and ex N M n.h,bridge 'ork.\o.; a M flJ

prose 120,007 crates. Last season the wet Norwoot: suptot roods .... .' 3 18 23.ti 25 EAST ADAMS ST., f JACKSONVILLE: *FLA. j
FAMILY, and HOTEL: TRADE Solicited total shipments from the same territory Special Road Fund Dlst.No 1.
amounted to 126 O Na) orates. VT R Norwood, supt of roads..... ....,. HI OO i We Solicit Consignments of all Kinds. of
i Prompt and careful attention givento Tuesday April 24th there. were shipped J T Femur, road work on ocoun......... 75 oo

mall orders, accompanied by cash. from Miami 9,592 crates. The loaded/ J R A M Carllle Blni-lecon.,hauling. to inarl.. 1.100 7 M 0760.) Fruits Produce Vegetables Poultry Eggs Salt FjsJl & Roe.
Its left on the dock and In partially Special Road Fund Dist.No.8, ,

L. A. niLDRETn, oars at least 1,000 orates making the actual J 0 Pries,surveying roads.. .. .. .... 1340PHFee. W S. BRANNIliG, TltnsYllJe! Fla. : The above goods are our specialties. We give all shipments ouo prompt and

FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Hodgson receipts at the depot for that dayLo,302 Jo.Wll'lam" "1.wlnlE., '. ...... ..d..... '400 400 Agent for Brevard County 'personal attention. We do out.bandie these goods as a. side line,.but give them
t orates. Lars Jorifenib: >' <> .:: .....:. 4 noR Sold to responsible parties for$25 cash I all of our attention, and guarantee shippers best returns, honest dealings and

Bros. .As ostlmat before,stated but we It venture Is too early a guess to makean that A Conkllnir,examining. oountyconvicts.route............ 38 400JaVrevattSupt. nOeo > and :410 monthly payments. Other make, quick remttiaocO.. Best reference; on application. Tags and steaclls are free.
.. machines taken In part ptymont. Give us a trial.
Soolne'hkuling amp fls :... ';}.. 1 7Alr
be
there will: nearly orquite 200,000orates .'orireniwn, supplies tor conv ....,.'.... 03 Bit ,
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. shipped from the Miami depot alone. (J T !lltl1Irtde ..... .. ....i... II OT ALL UP-TO-DATE BUSINESSMEN!; --
This orop Includes) that grown at Cutler LJor5en.emb.tsesans. ..........J 5 OO SHOULD USE TUB OLIVER.
1 rad.v........... The Oldest Grain
Marine Railway. and the west from Miami and Co. JIM Roan, baullnv on a 00 Established and Seed ROOM In th. State. ,
I, glades Frank Forater, work: on road ... ......... :SO ro
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. ooanut Grove., Little River Fee and BtBwart, nalli,etc, for bridges 9 70 '
Arch Creek and all the stations as farnorth W H HaJnlln. lumber for bridge....... .*. M ..Special Facilities. !: Oell. bridge work ...... 911 OOJ IU 111// I
have been
For Lauderdale Wm.
/ as F, Powell on road..... 20 B9Ch ::: A. :ZBoioxaGRAIN : : : tom' CO. :
.
:For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing shipping large quantities. The cropsof .. Rolton.badge work. ....., M2LKUnlnard $ i i
Fort Lauderdale are just coming Ic. .... 1100>
'Y PT' Yachts and Launches. Prices on the whole have been quite BpeoUl Road Fund Dlst.No.'*. HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

} Mention the ADVOCATE when wrltug.is satisfactory to the grower. Yesterday B O Walker bal. on contract ..., 80 00 ,
buyers were offering $1.00 per orate for J O Jones,exunlnluit "",d.. S 80

JAMES A. FLOOD, fancy and 1.10 for choice. Alta rule Special Road Fund, but, No.5JF I Flour, Grits Meal J and Fertilizers
..
340Fine
the growers preferredshipping on consignment Rail,examining roads ZU
4 ; (Formerly of New York City,) rather than accept the prices and Forfeiture Fund. 81'IZ55u M 112 East Bay Streets JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
olTered. MHaniee, crlra pros J P C1... ,..,+.. 1100
Regular Licensed filaaterIMumber J P Brown, M a .. M..? 11II 81 Agts. fort urma Feed. Warehouses tracks of S L
( This price I is considerably less than the M Goldsmith convlotlon fee Co tt. *' 10 0 on .A.. R'y. and Plant System.
have buen receiving earlier ..HIt'. ... aM
growers in A A Stewart,orlm pro Co Ct ;
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the season. Col. E. T. Bylngton Inform.ed .1 P Brown, ... M TO
toms ana to C.*.J P Ct... IT 03 '
1 With the very beet experiences of overt us that he had one oar net him 92.40: A A Rtewart orlm on p..... Ct. Ct. ,....,..c.,.. I..J The" Nation's
twenty years on all kinds of the most approved per'orate. But,' supposing that these .1 P Brown. .....1.* H 10
sanitary methods of plumbing prices are a fair average for the season Feeding. Prisoners Fund "S' a&n' Mateo"
has opened a tint-class shop on Beach thus far the farmers this end of the .l.p Brown feeding prltuners.. ....r.. 13590 //ll\/ Best

ii street, south of opera house, .where I am county have received In cash 9100,9.24.10for : ( Board adjourned to meet first MondayIn We are agents for the above Sewing Cigar.
prepared to furnish and Install the very their crop thus far. Wo have heard '
i latest and moat approved system of sanitary the average price estimated at a higher June 1K! >2, at 8 ::30 a. m. Machine, and keep a full line of the different It'tIiJ; all: '

plumbing drainage/ and ventilating price than this, but at this rate tbe crop r styles on hand. '
together with all kinds of'the very beat baa netted the farmers a snug little sum ComiunorantRICHMOND. Ex.'I.' ... .
{ sanitary plumbing! fixtures of th best -The Homesenker. JOHN R.: WALKER & CO. B'1orldtL. .
manufacture with the very latest sanitary Why buy Imported cigars, made from
j Florida heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with
Tltns llle
1&76
VA.. :& 100'J. .
requirements; all kinds, direct and opium and other drags, when have the .
t Fo Sale-Formerly Sanitarium. Met.rift : yea can pure Florida leaf at a five-cent
indirect, hot water and steam heating; Editor Ecut Coast Advocate. ,
y]1 laundry drying rooms fitted. All work (Island), Indian River, Florida, opposite Land Fur Sale. price .
Cocoa, H miles; Rockledgo.1 } The Faculty and Graduating Class of FREE BY MAIL TO "
will receive prompt and personal attention ANY
Boxona.; ... ....$u
and done at the lowest terms. Commodious hall, plazaas, dining-room the University College Medicine request .
very ,
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Telephone kitchens, storeroom; easy stairway, the honor of out presence at the 17E" aores first-class pineapple land, ADDRESS.....J BO* of so.' 'i.7S
Q.. Daytona Fla. three fire-places and bod-rooms, on first Commencement Exercises, Thursday desirable front, on St. Luote! river at abargal :
ro! i floor; seven bedrooms, third floor; good evening; May 1.1, 1902:. at half past eight For reasonable terms write.' 'S. O E-Z : ,

L 33T" Reading notice ads. on this page welt water; 93.70O. o'clock. Academy of Music Richmond W.. W. Luc:, ,

are live cents per line per week. A. R. MOO&K, Merritt, Fla. Va. TtbbahH Fla. SAN MATZO, TLA. ..


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