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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: July 4, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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VOL. 34. NO. 19. TITUSVILlJE.: FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY 4, 1OO3. PRICE t>o.+

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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. FIREWORKS headquarters, Gardner' Till: LAUOK lUtlCK STOIti:. AMONG THE HOTELS.

-Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8. -Ad vert I so your pineapple slips, !It Fourth of July. -
And Topics of General InterestTHE you have any for sale. Special Sale, Monday, July 7th, Where to atop In Tituaville See Tltusvllle
Sam Perkins Sanford cleans clothes.
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hotel 7th
I -Capt. J. Walton has been spendIng at T. It. Walker & Co's. I ad on our page.
VOTE FOR McFARLAND. He believe
ADVOCATE the week in Boston. Where to atop along the East Coast. r
in Home rule-not iu Ring rule. A line of Men's Shirts, regular price
1.50 per annum, In advance. WALKER'S ICE CREAM Is the best I In and good value 50cents; this sale all go See list of hotels on page 7.

tl.OO six months, '. -Do not fall to read Titusvllle's dog In the state; try It to-day. at Sl! cents eiioh. Titusville Celebrates The The ADVOCATE Is now" on file at all

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. ordinance on our 2nd page. Another line of 1.00 Shirts, we are the best hotels In New York city. i
-\ra.: ( Julius Kline: JtI Miss Jeannette ,
closing out at; OS cents. .
subscribe for the ADVOCATE FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO
When -
you Wilson will leave for New York nut makes Visitors to Havana, Cuba, will find
Shoes
in broken sizes and
the It does not cost Dr. Dodson the Court-house. Nation's
by year you near Birthday.
LIne. the ADVOOATK file week at the
cents week Included. week, via the reliable Clyde styles, closing out at 33* cents off mark on every
| three per postage
to American Club
!QjWe cannot guarantee publish ed price.
-Mr. Emmett Field of Indlanola. arrived -
Note date of expiration printed week. upon This items that do not reach this office before Sunday, and Is spending, the .week The Millltant, straight front Corset, Take notice of the .mid of the New Vlotoila -

I your paper or for wrapper every No need noon on Thursdays.Mrs. vlsitlug; the family of his aunt, Mrs. B. regular price, $1.00, for 71) cents. hotel on our 4th page. Notwithstanding -

| 4s a receipt to send your money.for subscription E. M. Godfrey, who has been R. Wilson. Fruit of the 1.0001,1:1: yards for 100. reports to the contrary, it will
-for us receipt stopping at Brantley for a while, arrived Ladles' Underwear, full line; :2S percent be seen that this hotel Is still open, under
The date gives It to you. -M. F. R. Remltnger a former
in Tltusvllle on Monday. popular olT regular price at this sale the management of Mr. It. DI xlor.
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on resident of St. Augustine, has leased Child's Roller-top Desk, complete,
| sale at; the (oil owing news-stands, at five Crowds of &people by train, launch a fine residence on West 21st street New nicely finished, lock and key, worth: On our 4th page will be found the .ad. ,

cents per oopy : and sailboat began to arrive In 'l'ltlJl.vllleyellterday York, so the ADVOCATE is Informed. $...!\f), for 3.lt8.: of Mrs.\. F. S. Cantwell, Daytona, who '

Tltusvllle' R. 'Wilson A Son. afternoon, to spend the 4th. -Mr. S. Moody, electrician In the Tltnsville Three.piece suite, consisting of Iron Is now managing 1I1gh Park Place\ Hendersoovllle -
\ N. C. Anyone wanting .noiizy
hotel.
Jacksonville-Duval Bed Chevalle Dresser and closed Washstand *
Horn let to Mr elet'trio light plant, expects to
on Tuesday, July homelike place In the mountainsfor
News stand, Union depoJUST" and Mrs. P. E. Wlnsted. of Tituivllle, a leave pext :Monday for a tea' or fifteen well worth $:.11.M( ; this sale only ( the, summer, should write Mis. Cant-

I fine son. Mother and child doing well. day vacation, to be spent with his $211,011> f o. b., Tltusvllle. well for terms. Road the nd.
An Oak Center Table for 80\ cents.
In Ooivla.Mr. .
notice ads ten cent parents
Reading are
: -Mr. J. N. Whitner, of Sanford, 00.11dldat Mall orders are solicited; satisfaction We acknowledge, with thanks, an annual
per line on this pace. for railroad commissioner, was a ..- II. I. Klopp, of Fort Pierce, one guaranteed.We pass over the Victory Park Railway,

-Col.. C. P. Novell, of the Clyde Line, pleasant caller at this office yesterday of the candidates for county commission. load! the leaders. Put-ln-Itay, 0., coat by Mr. T. W. Mo-

was in town yesterday afternoon. er of the 4th dlatilct, arrived In town on Yours to serve, Crenry, manager! of tho famous Hotel

-Read the Titusville town ordinanceon Judge 1S. .(ones, who has been Wednesday, and left for home yesterday, J. II. 1VALKh1 I A CO. Vlotoila, one of the largest' summer resort -
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2nd holding court at Tampa for a couple of giving the ADVOCATE a pleasant call ereleaylulr. Titurtvlll, Fla. hotels In the woild. Harry: we will
dogs on our page.
weeks or so, returned home the end of /J not be tip that way to use the pass.

VOTE FOR McFARLAND. IIK IS last week. TIlE LARGE BRICK STORE-ample tit _. .;'"'
QUAY AS A PARTY BOLTER. The new Mount Washington Hotel lathe
against the Dispensary System. VOTE FOR McFARLAND. lIE IS room, everybody welcome; COMK:, Refresh ..-... ..;.... .' White Mountilnsof New Hampshire,

mr: Filter tubes are now for sale at for abolishing the County Court thus yourselves; CKADL.BS for liable, nearly faring the Mount Pleasant house,
| this office, price 2 cts; postage extra. saving the tax payers about $J 000 per HOCKKHS for the Ladies, and WALK One of the ADVOOATK'H The Boston readers will open fur its first season on July :29.
sends us the following: appearanceof PROGRAMME.
KH'S MIXTURE for the Men.Every of
be under tho
It will
-Captain and Mis. G. F. Fischer are year.No your old East Coast friend, Senator management
need to return receipt for, paid body Welcome Meimrs. Anderson Jk Price, of Hotel Or
cruise bnltnr the
I after Matthew S. against
again at home a fortnight's Quay, as a
down Indian River subscription, as credit Is given on the -Mrs. F. T, Budge and three daugh republican decree that" the proposed new The followinare} the committees appointed mond, Ormond. Fla The unequalled
name-and-date all p,'paBted upon( your tare, of Miami, arrived In Titusvllle on states of the Southwest shall not -be admitted for today: location of this hotel, and Its unique and
| THE 8EMBLER COTTAGE, near the paper or wrapper every week. Wednesday, on a visit to Capt. and Mrs to membership of the Union at W H. Mcfarland, Balloon Ascension ; Imposing architecture will commend It

F. E. C. Ry. Station, is open and readyto -Now Is your time to buy a sand James Prltchard. Mr. Bndge will come this. session, has occasioned some surprise Chairman of committees.J. to the attention of tourists.

receive guests. pump cheap-especially If you want to to town, Sunday' and will take Mrs and comment. Quay Is not wont (}. Itast, secretary.E. The following circular letter has been

Owners of dogs had better read the Improve your river front, and deepen Budge on to New York with him.. to leave his party for anything: and his I.. Brady aCt: Bro., treasurers received at the ADVOCATM office, and U

I Marshal's notice on this page; also the the water. Road ad. on this page. -Mr. John R. Walker has purchase speaking on a subject is said to be un- Oe,. M. Robbins. and J, (I. Bast, Financial shows a spirit friendliness on the partof

,dog ordinance on second page.HANCOCK'S a fine piece of property In North Titus known. Yet he has not only come out Committee. Mr. '1'. W. McCreary( : "The management
1 -Mrs. W. S. Branning, who has been vi lie formerly owned by Mr.. George IIRumpli. in favor of the admission of these states, Dr. John M. nixon, Mayorof Tltusvllle; of the Hotel Victory will, at any
LIQUID SULPHUR cures visiting relatives at Mlddleburg another < Dr. B. R. Wilson and Chan. II. Walton,
The residence Is one of the but lie has made a little speech Its and all times, be pUftaotf to welcome
all and skin diseases. For sale by in Florida for several weeks Committee.Mrs. .
blond
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places Reception
; favor. A people are disposal friends (1 at the Hotel.
Tltusvllle and Mr. and great!; many yourself, guests
finest In North
J. B.Screven, druggist, Tltusvllle, Fla. returned here on Sunday, much to the Mrs. Walker and family are, now occupy. to regard Senator:) Quay' as being h Geo. M. Robbins, Street Fair! You are eepeolally Invited to participate,
pleasure of her husband. In this Instance and perhaps with that E. U. Wager butt Race entertainmentssnd social
-Miss Lila Watts a popular young Ing In all concerts,
[ lady from Lake City, IK In Tltusvllle, on CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic It.Mrs. feeling It Is ungracious; to suggest any James Prltchard, Music. function given at Time Victory, and tq
la visit t6 her aunt, Mrs. S. Q. Vanland : Gallery, Tllusvllle, and see E. L. Brady, of this place, who other hlO'he fur. his action\ than that the Fred A. Morgan, Minor Sports consider the verandas!, rotunda, danonepallors |
I ham. his samples of Photographs, Picture has been on a visit of a couple of months measure. Is cuinuiciuk'll) : \ to lilt! [best judg-/ D. It. Piltoliard, Tournament. grotto and other public rooms Iq,
with relatives In Tennessee. and It. W Jtuvd\ and A. W. Bole, Free
Frames, Enlargements: and MouldingsAlways or so meet the Hotel nlwnysnt your disposal, Trulyyours
-Mrs. and little daughter -
Joe P. Drown
her husband In New Lunch.P. .
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Georgia joined
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something new. 1W MoUr tep) MI\oRllor\ ,
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who have been spending a fortnight York this week! It Is uncertain when A. Losley, Ice Water and Seats.K. ury

[or so' at Seabreeze' returned home last -Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Racey, of Wave. Mr. and Mis. Brady will return to Tltusvlllo CHURCH NOTICES. 1 b(. Taylor; Klrewoiks.W. Mrs. P. II. Love, who formerly lived In

I :Saturday land, were In the city for a few days, as they want to sea all the best S: Brannlng, Hall In Opera House. Jacksonville, but who has been a residentof !

-MUs Ida I.ourcoy, of New Smyrna, having come to be present at the gradu plays ere returning to Indian River ]rev. Vanlloute will hold services llendeisonvlllo' N. C., for tile past four

has been enjoying a visit with the Aliases anon of MisH Edith L. Racey, at St.. all kinds SODA "tockledge<( chapel next (Sunday' at 11 a, INDfAV IIIVKII HAND. years, has just scoured A very handsome1
PHOSPHATES!: of
Julia and Flora Fulton, of south Tltusvllle ,Joseph's Academy. During their stay Nectar; and m. ; lino. In the Tlrusvllle Presbyterian This fine h.nd-aratd. to be the second hotel In lIellcl"l'IIon911119, called the !Dlue
this week. here they were the j guests of Mr. and Water, Uoou-i'ola, Motto, church at 7t:: 1'. m. The Tltusvllle\ Sunday best In the Stat..-will render many pop. fudge InD, which was formeily( the Southem --
Mrs. J.- E.' IlIlmham-l'It. Augustine Ice Cream, at Walker's, Tliusvllle.! School will meet at :3 i IJ': p. m. uUr airs of the day, from( their new and hotel, In that city Airs. Lovo's rep

-Mr. and Mrs Jas. P. Goldsmith and liecord. I Attorney II. B. Saunders, jr., of Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Dl- attractive band. stand! near the Indian utatlon ns a caterer Is famous all over

family left here this. week for( St. Louis In-, -Rev. I.. F. Illndrv, rector of the ; West PaInt Beach, has been receiving vino servlco In St, Gabriel's\ church, '1'1-! River hotel, on the Fourth North Carolina, And It Is safe to predict
Goldsmith will
Mo., where Mr. enter church of tiethesdmi-by-t; lie-Sea, who ha congratulations In Tltusvllle the past t usvllle, on Sunday, next, July (tin h, at 11 n most successful season at the Blue
to the commission business been taking a special!: course at (lie John two; days owing to the fact that his wife a. m. Sermon: time True J.II>"rt1." J\IINOU tsl'ORTC.Tito JUdge Inn, n* the hotel Is thoroughly!; up

-A force of men has been employed Hopkins University, Hal 11 mora, returned made him a present of a fine girl, the Also at St. Marlk's chinch. Cocoa, at 4:11: program;( for the minor sports will\ to date and there Is no superior hotel In
this week, re-building the City wharf, so homo lust week. On Tuesday of this weight of which It Is gently!; whispered p. m. be rather amusing, and will consist of that section. No doubt the Blue Ridge
that excursionists may walk over It week, the Rev. Mlndiy, In company with Is about 81bs. Dr. B. R. Wilson was present the fullowingisyard! ( ( foot race; Sick: Inn will not Its share of Floridians, for

without danger on the Fourth.Mr. Mrs. Illndrv, left for Owenby, N. C., at the Indian River hotel when this I'rcilrnrlnl. Mori luff.. race; legged rncej Potato rsce> Cracker Mrs. Love has a, host\ of friends In this
where he will be In charge of the Churchof little cherub arrived, Wednesday afternoon eating contest; Tug o! War between Co Htnto.
E. L. Brady, of tho firm of E. the Redeemer. the and understand the mother
during summer we con( nod TltiiHvllle.Thesu Hotel Cecil Washington street Boston
,
I T.. Brady & Bro., Tltusvllle, has been in There will bo series of In
months.-West Palm Beach News. and baby are getting along nicely. a meetings
will about o'clock Is popular hotel and the
commence n very proprietor
I New York this week, enjoying the sights: the church In Tltiisrlllo
Baptist commencing -
of that gay city. He reports the weather VOTE FOR McFAUl.AND. HE HAS R. W. RHODES IS IN KEEPING. | next fiumLy evening at 7'IO.: a.m. A juvenile game of baseball. has Mr. W. II. r." 1,1 nte, does all he

I In Gotham as being delightful.Mr. pledged himself against the County with the times He Is showing a beautiful i The meetings will he conducted by Rev been added to the above.wraxx'r can to make It pleasant for his guests,
Court; against high freight: and express line of samples Imported Mad. I says an AnvooATN representative, who)
J. P. Graham former of the
a pastor FAIn Oil MIDWAY.
Peter Nelson, who has been rates; against King: Rule; against rail, Cheviots, Percales, and I ill fact, all was In ,Boston this week The Cecil Is
church and J. U. Black. All
I spending a couple of weeks or so at his unjust laws towards our tI hennen.ilia the new patterns of Men's Shirting for Invited Rev attend. arecordlally \ Open at 10/ a. m, centrally and conveniently situated, and

home in Perth Amboy, N. J., looking!; opponent has made no pledges to custom made shirts. He takes your to This will 1>0 located on the Indian our friends who visit Boston should(

after his multitudinous Interests, returned the public. The question for the people measure and makes the garment to River hotel grounds, clone to the Dew mako this> their headquarters| The office
; to his palatial home In Tirusvillo\ on to decide Is simply this: Has he your order, I In any' style you desire; a Pineapple<< <1 rowers. and elegant Band Stand, and will bo stalT Is a very gentlemanly and obliging \ .

I [ Sunday made pledges; to the Ring? Take on perfect fit fully assured. The sample composed of the following tents: OliO, and, In addition to ManagerLa

Attorney II. B. SannJefll,aceomp..n-. chances; Vote for Mc"'Iuland.' line represents the largest custom shirt We can supply you with Pineapple Points, comprise the following L.
[led by his wire, arilved I at the Indian rnaniifactuter the United States Wrapping Paper, In any quantity. Write oil's on roinvHK' TKM.INU VA\II'. P. Fay, chief clerk; J. W. Benner, room
-Capt. R. P. PaddiHon, of Point Cas- 11'4 for prices (}. E. Con., clerk ; W. N. Hatch, night. clerk; W. N.
b of Mrs. If.MrFnrland
tI River hotel on Sunday. Mis. Maunders This will In charge W. .
J. P. Wilson
The Outing
well N. C., after a visit of a week or so yacht Capt.
tf Jensen\ Kla Towle, bookkeeper; with Jos. Kraft as ..
\ with Hsslstants
West Palm Beach to "COI'plof
came from undergo
[ up with his daughter, Mrs. Oeo.M. Robbins, master, took the following party steward. ..
; medical treatment by Dr. 1}. R. left for home on Friday last. It was bits over to the ocean! beach at Klondike, Nrs.( MoKarland Is an expert In this. line,
I Wilson, her old family physician.Mr. Intention to have remained in Tltusvllle leaving tusvllleat at 11 p. m Saturdayand "Tlie VolcniioN HeRtllyVork," and It might bo well for everyone to get Manager S. Ii. IVrk says. that the New
a look Into tho future-especially the Arlington lintel l, at 1'etonkcy, Mich., has
John M. Ferris, of Fla'busbI until after the Fourth but he was earnestly returning at the same hour .on Sun- -

I avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., In a letter received requested, by letter, to return to day night : MIMlle"AunlMllthe,.,., Jeannette A book containing an account of theestructlon county FarUnd's candidates.assistants. are Among Miss Mrs.Deltenre Mo- opened so situated for the that snnson.It commands The ArlingtonIs from Its
Ethel and /lleleti Wilson :Messrs.
I says: "Pleasefind p. o. North Carolina to attend to Important of Ht. Pierre. A vivid and rotundas and numerous windows .
leate.day and others. spacious
politics he F. H. !Mathews J. P. Wilson Casper
natters In ,
order year. We read the being a delegate. accurate account from -wltnesaes of unobstructed aDd truly delight
newsy ADVOCATE columns with much Capt. Paddison says he will return to Tl- Ilms> Sum Mathews( and Rush Wilson the awful calamity which eye visited the Is-. I>ANIftl TIC Sir. ful view, an of what Is unquestionably) one
nisvllle In the winter and bring Mrs. rhis.was Miss Anna and !Master Sam'sfirst :
Interest and wish you continued" success visit to the grand old ocean, and lands of Martinique and St. Vincent. On the north side of the Midway I Is the of the most beautiful bodies of water In
Mrs. Paddlsoo with him.
in publishing the pink: paper. Orders> taken for this book also several The has
they. enjoyed the surf bathing Immensey. Danish Tent, at which can be procured America. Arlington a passenger
-In this issue will be found the an- Friday evening last, at the Ixxlgn- '. All report a fine time, remarkably ellgloiis> and historical books by C. F. delicious c"kewell as a told ring elevator, electric lights In every room,
nouncement of Mr. E. Vesey Hall, a room of Indian River Lodge; No. 00, F. few mosquitoes' excellent bathing and "Ischer! Tltusvllle, or the yacht Elsie F. for the one who j gets. the lucky slice. steam heat, electric bells and a goodly

J candidate for member of the' School & A. M., the Rev. J. G, Black was dnly but> one crab-bow Is. that Miss Anna? Also lemonade and iced tea. This tentIs number of private baths. Mr. Peck has
| Hoard for the Second School District Initiated Into the mysteries of the third Notice managed by Mrs. G. A. frost, assistedby made up an, excellent organization for
While he is a little late In sending In his degree/ in Freemasonry. At the termination the Misses Frankie Stewart and Ruth the season of IlKrj:!, and advance bookings .

announcement, be is by no means a new- of the Masonic proceedings, all Ourdner's Flyer Woodward. through correspondence> Indicates
[ .comer to Indian River, for he has resided wended their way to the Indian River The East Coast Lumber And Supply Attached to this> tent Is. the Archery that the present season will be the moss

at Georglana for many years. hotel, where Mia Host Bro. J. (I. Last SCREEN CLOT, yard or piece 'o., succeeding to the business of the Gallery, In charge of Unfits Robbins, asslated successful the Arlington bas ever known.
Bond Lumber Co at Tltusvllle G. F.'sxldlkon .
lad excellent for the ;
an supper prepared by George Walker and and Ralph -- -----
MEET: ME AT THE FOUNTAIN.Ice .- Insect Powderwith gun, 25: cts. ( at Kau Gatlle and the Fort
Masons who numbered O. Several i ;
were 11 all e. There are prizes: for all good
Galvanized foot tubs 25: cts.
Hotel A Van ted.
Cream Parlors, the best of everything from the Daytona, New Smyrna, Cocoa Pierce Lumber Co., at Fort Pierce, will ihocs. .
Latest "Manhattan" ties. .AO cts. '
0001.Walker'a. 'be ready for business ->n July fat -
and Fort Pierce Lodges and all a .
Tltusvllle, is the place. enjoyable evening. The ADVOCATE report Dixie Canopies (genuine). ,$I.M) up. I Address all orders and correspondence visit porn TJ r. Want to lease small ywInter. ( tourist
very Linoleum yard wide, .0.1 cts. I hotel Florida Kant Count Road. Address
Pond wherea
icfcnowledge's a pleasant call from the to the general ollice of the company at Next to this Is the Fish on
majority the visiting Masons. C. A. GAHDNEK, Tltusvllle Fla. Eau Gsllie. Your orders are solicited, five cent hail never falls to catch a > Box 110. Wtynnsvllle, N. 0.
Stare for Sale.A .
and will receive prompt attention. "fish." The disciples of that noted angler
VOTE FOR McFARLAND. HE WILL THE KAST CoAsT l-irvoticH: Sir h"alcValton, can get the best horse For Hulo.
5-yearold mare, sound, kind disposition work for a law to protect the fish, and Fish Wanted. AND tUPVLY: Co. of "sport" at this pond which Is In -

free driver, works any harness. M the same time protect the fishermen charge of Miss Jeaonette Wilson assist Large. 5-year old horse. for sale, good
Apply, VK." this office. Wanted, any part of one hundred tons ed by the Misses Annie Jones, Willie worker fine driver; gen tin.
,
wet, or dry fish for fertilizer, purposes. Iou Tax Notice. and
Slay Gould Mabel Hcbuyler Anna
Iioule-ntnde flutter. W. 1C. HAKDKK:,
Address, stating price, etc., -
)fattlle".. Jensen .'Ia.Itc"I.'Itrl&Uoli
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Empty Sugar and Rice Barrels. I )I. S. HAIII.KW':' Notion Is hereby given, that no dog tf ,
In order to Introduce our HomemadePure 3t Merrltt( Fla. will be permitted to run at large In the MKXICAX TKJ r.
For sale. Address, Jersey Butter, we will end to any Hooks Open.
Tltnsrllle unless such
Town of dog Then comes the Mexican Tent, where
WALTER A. Moons ddreason the East Coast Railway, Five
Notice.We wears a tag or plate. All dogs found onthe can obtain hot tommies an.lother -
8 George St. Charleston S. C. K>onds-In pound packages. Express you
streets without a proper license tag toothsome delicacies, for which Mexico To the Citizens of the Town of Titos-
paid, for 1.03 ))0;. W.. AMADCM: have of Interests Inthe the Marshal and Im- vllle:
disposed our will be caught by Is justly celebrated. Mrs. J. A. Collins
> A Sand Pump For Sale. Peraon.1<.:kll. taken. Ormond, Fla yards at Titusvllle, Eau Oalllo and risoned ; but the owner of Maid dog will Is In charge, assisted. by Miss Maggie,, The registration books for the Town
Fort Pierce to the East Coast Lumber be entitled to possession of same upon Collins. of Tltusvllle are now open at the Town

There II a fine,8 Inch Pumping Dredgeon NOTICE TO STOCK-OWNERS. and Supply Company. We thank the payment of tl.fiO./ rAKe Te.tr.' Clerk's office and will continue open up
: Lake Worth, that can be bought publIc for their generous support lo the All dogs not claimed wlthlngZi hours to the Stb day of July, 100J. Those who
cheap. The o"ner-a northern gentle Stock-owners are hereby requested pMt, and trust they will continue their after capture will be killed. On the east ride of the Midway Is the are Dot registered, and Intend to vote at

man-had it built to fill In some lake not; to allow\ their stock to run at large favors to our successor. Dog tags may be obtained by paying Fake Tent, and when you come out you the special election to> be held on the

property, and has no further use for it. on the streets of Tltusvllle on the 3rd, G. F. PAD>Di o<'r, Eau Galll. Tows Clerk O. A. Frost f 1.2.1 for each are requested not to tell your experience 12tb: day of July, will please register. ,
For particulars addressC. Ub and Bth of July. BOND LUMBEB: Co Tltusvllle. tag. to your friends. Let them pay for their within the time limited above.

? N. NEWCOUKT, By order. J. 31. Drso' FORT PIERCE LcMuenCo./ K. E. MIHS, experience. 'Ihls tent Is under the man- G. A. FIIOST"

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ir" :f waist deep they next ran into a briery; 31 with tbe situation on both sides the DOG TAX ORDINANCE.The Order'for Publication. GENERAL DIRECTORY.

!J ILlN thicket, and the experiences of tbe lines very much an It was at !!!!b.lloh -

; fI 8 tfOl\ march brought them to a fighting temper the first day The Confederate leader Titusville Town Council has. decided CIRCUIT <' OURT OF THE BEVETHJudicial : TJ. 8. LANa OFFICE.

'l I tJ PtIc.CP<\ which only a pitched battle could Joe Johnston, had been wounded and to enforce the tax upon dogs and IN vard County Circuit In of Cnancery.NoraStanford Florida in. and for lire H.W.8.O.Chubb..Receiver Register; .

j IJ I\ tone down. Two New York regiments carried from the field before \Ms plan it would be well for our renders to makea Wella and Offices at Gainesville Florida.

I 11 5ic3floIr ) tbe Eighty-first: and 1 Eighty-fifth stood of battle had been carried/ out. President l. note of the fnot. The are so many dogs/: William T. Wells her I IbURliantl U. 8. SENATORS.

J ,<:. umm In line In a stump lot where tbe timber Davis was on the ground giving : running at large upon our streets about that IV9 >Order- for 1'ublIcatlon. J. P. Tallaferro...... .......... ...Jacksonville

had been cut to give range for the battle orders In person. The Federals people are beginning: to complain Daniel McConVll'e.! and I Ibis S. Mallory..1'eimacola.

j '; ,SINESS. guns of a battery.; The 'Alabamlanop'nt'd had been overwhelmed all along the them. Dogs are of all very well have In their wife Emma II. AlOo U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.Robert :: .

t) way, but many our people very Convllle. J ... .. ....... .... .
Seven \V. Davis Palutka
,1 brisk Ore the New Yorkers line from Fair Oaks! to Pines .
F ; ., tI ,x Pe It.'c.e.jH : a upon little use for these street curs. In :Connection To Daniel MoConvllleftml Kniiiia: H. McConville.No. M. .Tampa.
".. '- and when It. was briskly returned and their butteries' and Intrencbments with this we publish the town 11121 "K" St..t.y; W. WaHhlngtnn, 1) C. S.

threw themselves down behind captured but they hnd not been driven ordinance which Is as follows : Whereas affidavit has been flied In the above FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
they on logs that
2 cause v the attorney for the complainants E. N. Plmlck Valm "BuHch. ... .... ...Senator
the stumps and took picked shots. Ina Into the river. "SECTION:: 2. Be it ordained that no you are each over twenty-onn yearn of age andre..lde K. B. Raulernon Fort Fierce.. .Representative.

I short time tbe New Yorkers retiredto Warned by the sound of firing that don shall be permitted to run at large In i without above the riven Stale, etc of Florida and at thet1idrePs
(
AUJy..' the shelter of a wood and a line of the enemy had sprung an attack onMcClellstii's tho Town of Tltusvtlle unless such dog i Now.therefore, It m ordorei; that you appear EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT..

- /1 ..... Isolated left wing tbe shall wear a tag or plate as Is proscribedby to the bill of complaint tIled In this ounce at the Wm. .Jennings;..' GovoinorH.
I -. trenches In front of the guns. / clerk's offloe of Mil court at Tltimvllle, Florida Clay Crawford ...........Secretary of state
- A.'rt1- Nuo. oAt About the time that the New Yorkers troops behind the Clilclui hominy were this ordinance and any dog found on tee 4th day of Augim; A. 1>. l'KI2.! James B. Wbltfleld. ,.. ...... .Treasurer
1It... tell back the Confederate brigadeled tormetJllI line ready to cross' and ent..rthe without such tag shall be caught by the This order will be|ml>ii hc>d In the EAST COAST Wm. H Lamar.Attorney-general.
Marshal or member of the police A VOCA'rR. published at Tltunville,Florida,once 'v. N. ShoalS..Supt. Public Instruction
: by General nodes charged the battery fight but only n single: bridge out any a week fur four consecutive week And copies n. E. heLm..Commissioner AgricultureAlonzoC. '
'f' or any one acting! under their direction, will I ba mailed to each of the dulendants at the Croom..... ...........Comptroller
"} '\ on Cordon's flank and be ordered of a half dozen wits! passable owing to and Imprisoned at or near the calaboose above address and a nopv: pouted at the CourtHouse Clifford/ R. Foster.... .. .Adjutant-General

I L. I.I I. the Alabamians to rally on the regimental tbe high: water, nnd that only by wad- In a building kept for that purpose, and door of the county within twenty dl' '1 John Bradford..Survelor-Generiti.
lYl. the word of tug. The sturdy! ) Sumner crossed one i be from the making[ hereof. K.K.Roi>e. State ChemistOIHces
It I ir.r .jiI;",."' r.---I'--: colors. Mistaking I tbe sum of twenty-flvecents paid I lone and ordered at the Clerk's Otllce at Titus- Tallahassee: ,Florida..
command. they faced about and started division to the scene of fighting before from the Town treasury for every dog villa, Florida this ISth day of June A. 1>. 1002.I. ) .

t t) _ for the renr. When the mistake dark. Other troops of the left wing thus delivered at the pen or pound. I [ S.] A. A. STEWART, SUPREME COURT JUDGES.M. .
"SKC. 3. Be it further ordained thatIt Ulerk Circuit Court of Brevard County. H. Mabry...Chief Justice
t, '" ." #- Will pointed out. Gordon's men faced which had been In cnmp by the rIver. By O. A. Stewart Deputy Clerk. F. B. Carter.... ....... ... .. ..A..ool..teJu.tlce,
I 0 0 0 \/V.; .) ai about again and cbarge'd! pellmell Bide! some miles from, tbe Held rushedforward shall be the duty of the Clerk of the QEO. M. It omitvs. F.Taylor.......... "
Council to have prepared small tags or solicitor for Complainant. I1J]
abatis and to the front line.
through: the tangled over support plates of tin, copper or brass with the RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.H. .

the I Intrenchroents. Mystified\ by the Genial Johnston had surprised! the word "Titusvrlle" and the year for E. Pay, chairman...,......Gainesville\ .

:: : A BLOW FOR tootles of the southerners tbe Yankee Army of the Potomac only to arouse It which the same l Is'issued stamped thereon Notice. J.J. L.1\1.Morgan Bryan.......... .........Klsslniinee...Jasper

bo.vn again; retreated. add In the eagerness to the danger of Its position. astride of by the first day of January in each John L.Neeloy, j..., olerfe:. ...' ..... ...Arcadia,

of pursuit the Alabamhtus plunged the river. Johnston had supposed thatMcDowell's and every year; and such persons as may IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Headquarter* and offlces at Tallahassee Flu.

blindly Into a'morass two or three Federal corps was march- desire may obtain the same by paying to Martha C. Callunan deceased. CIRCUIT COUKT.

k t (D RICHMOND feet d ..p. Gordon's men were soon lug down from the Rappabannock to a the Clerk of the Council one dollar ,and To the creditors, hf-lm,legatees, distributees and Minor S. Jones Titusville,.... ...Circuit Judire.!
AlcClellan the James twenty-live cents for each tag. so purchased all other persons Interusteil In said estate: J. 1>. KnRir"; : Orlando,....Prosecuting; Attorney.
with
junction on
caught in a snare. From fresh Federal in
n twenty-five cents of which shall You are hereby not Iflert that James Callanan Hpr In it Term-Fourth Monday April.
i! 0 0 brigade the Third and Fifth Michigan and be hoped to crush the army on his be tbe Clerk's; fee and the remainder to and C. P. Holmen executors of said estate have Fall ferm-Fourth Monday in November.

were sent into a piece of woods front before re-enforcements could Said nled their petition in tills court praylnthat!; an COXJATY COURT.
be paid into the Town treasury order be made authorizing; them to sell at private BREVARD

f I (Copyright 1902 by O. I.. Kilmer.] on Gordon's flunk. Still fighting mad come up aDd swell the enemy's ranks. tag shall be good only for one year sale for cash the following: de"erlbellan.le., A. D. Penney.... ........County Judge.
: that situated in Hrevard State of Florida, James E. Andrews.. ....Prosecuting; Attorney.
and looking for hell to come and But McDowell was at moment "S&0.4. Be It further ordained, that county.
I i IEUTENANT J. B. WASHINGTON | up to-wlt TIle South % of the Southwest \i of Section A. A. Stewart.....County Clerk.:
clear the woods of enemies, the Alabamians looking after Stonewall Jackson In the the owner of any dog caught or Imprisoned a. TownKhlp., South of Kant Spring Term-Second Monday in May.
: -I I L ; C.S. A.,wii" abroad bright held on In the for an Shenandoah valley, a hundred miles as aforesaid shall be entitled Also, Lot la,I.of.'ft, Lot lb r'\'of\: 2b of J.F. Summer Term-Second Monday in August.
swamp
I ,: 'I b and cnrly on the morning of Richmond. to; the possession of said animal upon Woolen's sub-division of South % of south Fall Term-Second Monday In November.W .
hour. Gordon bore a charmed life al. away from 2O acres of Lot 2, and North 30 acres of Lot inter Term-Second Monday In February.
:'j May :U, ISQ:!. Contrary to his though bis clothes were riddled with On tho morning of June 1 there" were proof of ownership and the payment of 8 In Section 1, Township 30, South of Range
I f Intentions, In tho course' of tbe forenoon Confederates the one dollar Into the Town treasury; and 40 East,iu Hrevard county, Florida, accordingto COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .
t of
;; {i lie rode Into the Fedornl picket bullets, and finally bla horse was IIhotu11l11' twelve brigades on la case the owner shall reside in the town; plat' oil file in the Otllce of Clerk of Circuit E.'Mime, Superintendent. ......Bonaventnre.
; 11 t him. The lieutenant colonel ground that had Dot fired a shot the he shall also at the price Court of said county and 8t.te\tor the purposeof Members J. M. Dixon, .,chairman Titusville;
purchase a tag \
I posts at Seven! Pines, In front of Klchmontl. previous day and eight brigades of paying the legacies the will of R. N. Andrews, Cocoa; C. I'. I'latts, Fort Plerqe.
and cut down. .
major adjutant wero aforesaid. Martha C Callanan, and praying: that 000. M.
I !
i t The tnltiliup of the lieutenant, and the ranks Buffered appalling Federals." Before he was wounded ":;RO. 5. Bo It further ordained, that RohblnB, K"n., lie appointed commissioner to COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
( who belonged to the Mount Vernon make' deed or iloedx to the parties' to whom
slaughter. Finding that no help came Johnston gave orders that his regiments : the plerk shall keep a record of all persons executors might make sales of saul lands. In .1. R. Walker, chairman, Tltusvlllo; John R.
!1 1 i 1 Wnlllhln! ton and nerved nu an altl-de- up to drive the Michigan men from should sleep on their arms readyto who skall procure such tags! and If full conformity with tile statutes in such case. Mlot Indlanola. ; R.A. C'onkllng, Tlllman;John

I. cuinp on the stuff of General Joseph E.J June 1. All any person shall counterfeit or use any made and provided.I C. .JoneB Wood IIY; J. Frank Bell, White City.
tho woods, Gordon ordered CaptainBell renew the fight early on : : notified th..tunl"
I You, and each of you are hereby Regular sessions are held first Monday in each
"I aforesaid lie she
{ Johnston the ConfeuYnite commander not purchased as or
tag be madn' In writing by in
I to face his flank company on a night May 31 McClellan's generals were objection you month.
r, ; ''I ended In a trip to Yankee prisons, but shall, upon conviction be fined not exceeding :- my attics at Titusville, Florida\ before 14th day BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.
lost
line perpendicular to the woods and preparing to recover tbe ground. of said will he
of 11102.\ the petition
fifty dollars and all costs. .July prayer
I 't'' that wns a trifle enrupnrpcl to the III keep the deadly fire down. Hell was Early In the morning; they took up the that granted and{ order made for private sale' of said A. D. Penney Titusville:. ..... .County Judge!!
( Be It further ordained
"SF- fl.
) I'f'f' suck It emmetl for t1u' ling he lIervl'd.i <: lands and appointment) of commissioner as .r.... E. Andrews 'fltuav{lie;. ." .. .Pros Att Y.
wounded the moment he Ox;lit. and ut aloioxt the first shock the claimed within
r From the It but mortally all dogs not twenty-four prayed for In said petition. A. A. Stewart Tltusuille...County Clerk
i picket postn wan a I clwiiRod front. So closo wer" the Confederates retreated. There was no hours after being caught: and Imprisoned Hone. and ordered this nth ilay. of June 1002. J. F. Woolen Cocoa....Tax Assessor.
I liort ride to the Innulqimrtrra/ of General A. 1>. 1''IINF.Y.f'oU..tyJlI: ""A.Fxorl'l"lng E. W. Hull.Titusville,.Tax Collector.
') 'il :' Michigan) ; men that he emptied\ his" revolver lender to direct the\ movements until an aforesaid shall be conveyed by the Probate; Jurisdiction. F. H.lloye.Tlt..vlllo.... .... .. .... Treasurer
; : Keyes the Federal coimuntulcr ou among thorn' as he lay dying. the afternoon, when General Robert 1 K.Loe 1. Marshal or other police officer outsIdethe R. K. Minis Konaventure... .. Supt. Pub. lust.
I : :i that Hue and the aid was soon naked city limits and killed. J. O. Frl..., 1'1 usville..County Surveyor.
': 'f to explain bliunolf to the lie" Every: ofllcer of the company nnd for was appointed by [Davis to take rassed Nov. 111 188i approved Dec. Proposed Change of Name of the J. P. Krown. Titusville...... h.. .... .. ShnrllT.
enemy. chief! command. time the .
ty-four out of ntt)' Iot: the men inline the By t that T.J. Corkshutt LaOrange. .Registration Ofllcer.TITUSVILLE ,
L had ridden out froin Richmond toward H 18HU.CLYDE! of Tittinvllle.
Town
; ,, ''IiI were killed or wounded. Confederates had been' driven from tbe I TOWN COUNCIL.
\ ,,I the liosllle lines for the purpose of over
I vision Finally word reached Gordon to re cupturod works.It J.'M. Dixon mayor: R. E. :Mmls. Jr., marshal.
) JU taking Longstri'et'a; ill of Confederates treat. When the casualties were count. bus been said that the Army of the STEAMSHIP LINE. yESOt.VEDt "'!\ST. THAT THE NAME OF. and tax eoll.owrV.: S. Xrantiing, clerk and
::1 1 with orders from his chief. Either 11. this Town (TltiiKVllle) be changed; to INDIAN treasurer! John Henry, tax ussesMor John R.
ed. It traiiHplred( thnt out of (132 Ala. Potomac could have daubed into Richmond RIVER CITY "
III Walker F.A. Morgan G. Durea, S. O. Van1andingiain -
jl \, LongRtrret or himself! had ml sued tmmluns mtiHteivd fur the f fight! 01 hadboon during the '(confusion caused by The Clyde ships sailing from Jackson Second. That tbe propriety of such nhanfre of ; and J. L. rarrnthers counCIlmen, [
l' the proper. roild( ; 'not that be gave his ville still continue to !go north full of name be submitted to the vote of the people of The council meets first Tuesday in each month. ;>
Fair Oaks
the Confederate
killed and 277 wounded battle repulse at held the
n the Town at a rpeolnl' election to be on
II (i en so away /BO! bluntly. but bill battle IOHS never exceeded In a single fight. but there was no confusion In the Confederate pasxengers. It is evident that this popular IlIlh day of?uly, lIMr.! TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.G. .
line Is a great favorite' with the travel- to f on-
,, I out t. combined with confusion over The following citizen are appointed
M. Robblns, president T. M. Dixon, treasurer
Gordon and his Alubaiiilans rnnks. Citizens ore always ... clerk C. F.
While ,
Ing public for our home people have been duct. said.I election I L. A. II. : 1\leet..second. Wednesday
the convinced that J. (1. East, secretary.
capture, Keyes
1 ', struggled! fiercely at Seven! Pines a regiment thrown Into a panic at the slightest reaction yearly patronizing the Clyde Line and Fischer 8. J. Norton .and C. Cue,'tnspecAl'l night in each month at their rooms.
I' the cards
something new was on tore. -
I tbe lines. He" alarmed the across of blueconts made gory history on the tie Id. Whole divisions of seem thoroughly satisfied with the ships, persons registered' ; upon the Town books FREE AND'ACCEPTED MASONS
t:! ( outposts at Fair Oaks. At that point the Federal Confederates who had not fought on service stateroom accommodations, etc. hall be entitled to vote Irrespective of poll tax.
l II and /sent! reserves/! to the front. and' Toe form of the ballot to be used at the else Indian River Lodge, No.00. holds Its meetings
tine" won crushed by the onslaught May 31 held ground: of their own The Clydes'/ire progressive people tlon shall be i the second and fourth Friday evenings of each
A heavy rain of omo day duration of the Palmetto regiment of South Cur choosing on' the beat roads from the are constantly studying the convenienceand for changing; the name of the Town to Indian month at their lodge room, near court house
$ bad flooded the Chlckahomlny river i comfort of their patrons. It is certainly River City. at 7:3: i o'clock' p. m. J. R. Walker W. M.;
i i oIlHU. The field was like that nt Seven" river to Richmond. Leo simply sent the Against changing; ; the name of the Town to Indian F. A.Morgan, Sec'y.ORDER .
sail from Jackson-
beyond which the main portion of Me- a pleasure to
Pines-woods. slashings and clearings troops back to their camps becauseJohnston's River City. OF EASTERN STAR.
Clcllau's bellowing nnny lay and the villa on one ot-theIr grand steamers and Passed l in open session of the Town Council
f Confederate lender counting for cannon. The Palmettos captured audacious blow bad failed.GUOUGG our homo people In selecting their route this June 3rd, 1902. Chapter, No. 11, holds Its meetings
upon an the ground and stand In their tracks to ( L. KILMER.Tlie : for annual trips north could not travelIn Jo,,' R. WA LitER Ch'r'n. in rll'M'l'I Lodge room, Titusville, on the
advantage lu the Impugnable waters (}. F. DIIKKN, first Tuesday: in each month 513hiOo'cloek p. m.;
bad marched out GO,04X) to hold off two regiments of Pennsylvu- gleater comfort than by the Clyde: )1'. A. MOHOAN, and the third Tuesday in each month at 7::311
men overrun finns which en me up much In the temper Perfect Liver Bfedlcliie. Line. The rates are always considering J. L. < AUKUTHKIIX.Approved o'clock p. m. The fillowingare[ ; the officers of
Keyes' corps and Its reserve, the fact that they Inclncje meals andstateroom i J MARIOS IHxox. Mayor. tile i Mrs. G. M.Robhln,,:worthy matron ;
of Gordon's na-surprised. O. T. writes Attest, : O. A Elmer, Clerk.' Dr. 10d'Ii. Wilson, Mrs.
I amounting In nil to about 80.00O. while Mrs. M. A. Jolley, Noble : berths much than : worthy patron ; !:ga'.t
cheaper by
f I baflled and mad. In the lead marched used Uerblne for number of Wilson,, assoclite matron; Mr. F. A. ,
"I have
j I i, succor for them wus out of reach. But ( a rail. A letter addressed by F. M. Ironmonger treat. .nrer;. :\11'.. R. C. ttorlmgeour"
:
c II II LotiRStreet did not get Ills orders(; anI the Sixty-first! Pennsylvania commanded years and can cheerfully recommend It jr.,AIIR't Oen'l Passenger; Agent, Notice. Miss Kate Stewart rondiicriessj; \ .eC'retarl'
by Colonel Oliver Hazard Itlppey." as the most perfect liver medicine and Hughea,associate conductresH, Mrs. O. WL. 8cohlr. -
other Keneruli who were, to take their the blood It Is a m"d- Jacksonville, Fla., will" bring& you full Adah; Mrs. :.1. R. Wa.krr, Ruth;; Mrs.V. A. .
cue from bis movements were left lu a a hero well named for the role be was !greatest purifier. particulars. Chan. 11. Walton 1 Ia the Titusville TOTteR IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT IT 19f Morgan, Kather: ; ;Mrs. J. I. Carruthers Martha; 'f
loins of merit and fully accompllsbos -
positive Mr T. T. Wetn Marshal Miss Zlndi&Stew..rt.
to play. agent. \ inremlon 10 apiiU to I the Hon. A. 1> ore ;
I fog. Ho the several columns In gray As the Pennsylvanians charged up all that Is claimed for it." :Ma I J.. mv PeinevCouuty: .Indue\ In and for Brovnrd El.'ta.TITUSVILLE'S:' '

marched boldly forward and Without lana cannot fInd a lodgment;\ In tbe ays County Floridaon the llth ,fillY of July.' 19112J

:. : plan or cohesion stirred up separate at a double quick the Carolinians drop. tern while the liver 1 is In perfect rder, Keiiuirkable Cure ot Diarrhoea. f.II"v'I: :: ,:t Interest to veil of"aiiprlvate William Pta May.all minor;

J i 1 fights./! pod to their knee Keeping up a for one of its function is to prevent the "About six: years 8101..1' the flist timeIn child, or Alfred and Julia, :Nay, .'...,.....e.l. In and TRAINS.

McClellan's left whig only had crossed steady fire, the Yankees cheered( and absorption of fever potaong. Uerblne i Is my life I had a sudden and severe attack to that tract of land. lying In Brevard County
: advanced until within thirty paces of liver bOots at Florida, and (lencril <1 .as. follows:
efficient rejul.itor.
the Cblcknbomlny to the Richmond most of dlarrhoen, says Mrs. Alice Miller I Commencing at a point elht 1")chain sooth The following; are the tlmes'of arrival

:11! aide. Keyes' held the advance the foe. Firing from shoulder rests R. Wilson &: Son's.CANDIDATES. of Morgan Texas. "I got temporaiy or the post at the center of Section twentv-two and departure of passenger trains to and
: corps the combatants kept up the murderousduel relief, but It came back again And again: I (V21. Township 'hlr y-seven(371( ), South of Range from Titusville:
,4 with rallying points at Fair Oaks andSeven I forty-one (n) Hast! and running. tl enco South .
have suffered
I
for thirty minutes. Colonel Rip- QUALIFY. and for six long year twelve ((12. chains six (tt) links tn a stake; thence SOUTHBOUND.
i Ij F Pines about a mile npurt aud and agony than I can tell. chains anti thirty-six (.lii' links. .
pey was killed and the flag torn toshred more misery rant tonne n (i4) Leaves Tltnavllle for Miami and \
II both about live miles from lUc '1Iolld. to stake thence North seventeen ( degreesand 8.'a I
,/ It was worse than death. My husband ; m Intermediate points at I INOBTH J Pm
*, became his wInding sheet. The : chains
twelve
west )
j .. The line did not run parallel to the lieutenant colonel major and eleven Tho following candidates have filed spent hundreds! of dollars for physicians'prescriptions and .It"oven nfty (3O) lulnnien(tin link"tos stake, thence West HOC-CD.

rIver and was distant from) the bridges with Chairman Williams! of the State and treatment without ten (10) chains and forty eld lit (4M link to the Leave Tlrnsvllle for Jacksonville, t
other officers were killed or wounded Committee their applications to have of and containing II f Wen acres and intermediate 1:49: p.m.
over whlcb the IVderal troops'" bad I avail. Finallyrwe moved to Jono.iae! conn point beginning points at'f I

crossed from two to five miles. Scarcely ritiil 2113 men out of 074 who filtered their names printed on the primary election ty, our present home, and one day I hap- of laud. ADA MAY, Titusville for Sanford ?h ::05 ..01 i
-' the light Fully one-half of the Carolltilatm I ballot : pened to-see an advertisement of Cham At GuardIan for said Minor arrive Titusville from Sanford '" 1 120 p.m "

had Keyes1 men(; formed for battle'between fell and ten men of tbe rat- For" United States Senator-S. R. Mal. berlain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea
.1 Fair Oaks and Seven IMnes
nietto guard were shot down around lory Remedy with a testimonial of a man who
1 wizen the Confederate skirmishers appeared the llax- For_Members of Congress-FIrst Dis- had been onied by I U. The case was so Notice for Vulrilcattoii.PEPABTMK.NT .
'
,; j, and opened tbe sensntlounl bat 1)-...|k'ieus. H"Wr1 In the ,,".ht of :Mav trict, S. M. Spiirkmnn. Second District, similar to mv own that I concluded to A Sample copy of one of the.best farm
t 1 tie of Fair Oaks tile Ont combat at Robt. \V. DivU. Third District \V.- II. try the remedy. The icsult wan wonder. or TUB!! ICTF.R"n. )
Land Otti.1 at l'11 the pates of Illchraoud. Colonel John Lanmr Frederick T. Myers and 'John S. ful. I could hardly realize that I won papers you
-
-
; : -Ii Beard. well ag, ln. or believe U could be so after named:Notice' cutter Is hereby bus n 'I given n.' .I Ice that of bbs the intention following-to your name on a postal card, mentioning

f ; For Secretary of State-II. Clay Craw- having suffered so long, but that one bottle make fInal proof In support, of his claim and!

I of medicine costing but a few cents, that ...hll'"f will be marie before Clerk Circuit this paper. :
,Iirf" 11 ford.For Comptroller-A. C. Croom anJ I. t on re at Tltuovllle, Kia.. on July 2.'nd, lKtt! via: f
For sale all and
cured
i me. by druggists- Oeorge I>. !><*nm..rk. of Tlturtvlllf, FI,... fid. THE PLOWBOY Co.,
1 : J. McCall. medicine dealers.Ciirea. 211417.\ for the EU\.tectloo23.::\ Township: Sooth,
: For Judge Supreme Court-William Kaige; 34 East. Atlanta, Ga.
A Hooker and John U. Wall. He names the following; wfnrsses to prove his
rt For Railroad Commissioner Hudson Sc-lutlcii, oontlnuou residence upon and. cultivation of
said 11..1. vli: Ewmg: Rice of Tltimvllle. Fla.;
Burr, Henry E. Day: Jefferson 11. Rev. W I.. Riley, L. L. I)., Cuba N. :N. W. Koblrmon, of Tltnsvlllff, Kla.. ; JpfTcrsonCnyler

1 f Browne, John G. Ward and J. N. Whlt- V. writes: "After fifteen. days of excruciating : ,of Minis, .'1".1": (T T.Wurran. of :Miuis, __-,'" r. -- -
"I... W. G. ROBINSON:
'I pain from sciatic rheumatism f
;
,r LI ner. I'ub. fee paid. Register
IndllcIto
J under various tieatments. I was
I
8.,11.1. Concluiilott.Two try Ballard's Know r.lnlment the first -- /7d
b r application )giving my first relief and the .A Cheap Indian River Home. /

,J JII DyspepsiaMHO second, entire relief I can give It unqualified I
1 hundred prominent merchants In recommendation. 25c, 50o> and This place consists, of 13'' acres J 4--Z,

I Reading, Pa, have declared that advertising 'I 1. at B. H. Wilson A Sun's. mile north of Fort 1'ierre. Four acres Z / .I'I'

< fi4c\ In tho newspapers Is good enoughfor are cleared aud fenced, and there are ?
I LIverDisease them and that henceforth they will
,
? 23.bt'arlng' /) ) pineapple plants on theplace.
Dude Laiul For Sale.
County
: use the newspapers only for such advertisements There are 2g acres ready to setin ( // I
d7r 7-d
: it as they may publish. They northeast orange trees and,' pineapples.( Th<*
For sale cheap, the quarter
'j will have nothing to dn hereafter with nine is
remaining acres good pineapple
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I I CURED schemes for ad*. to "hotel registers of southeast quarter of sections, town- of it for tl/ 'm-/Id H
) or land and a portion pood tret-a. r./y IUI
t south of 41 east close
ship 38, range ; to
}J" I'f desks; billboards, clocks, keyboards, It t'a frontage Indian Ulver. The :?:
O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on &
: I1 II DR. PlERCE'S charts, programmes tickets cookbooks, St Luclc River 40 acres. best uiiildin; site is on a high; elevation ':fhR't'/J.hlJ I O eNIj'dif
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/ '\\1 moving pictures ennnclators!, curtain advertisements Also the northeast quarter of north overlooking the river, the town,
old !patatinfTH and pain and the Indian River inlet. There is
'f'fI
i east quarter of section 13, township 33,
The merchant and businessmen
phleu. south of 41 east on south fork of no house ou the prpinUet(; .,d 44ctIea4 trbr"'Pr :
GOLDEN range ;
I I this sensible
I : \ everywhere are reaching St. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to I Fort Tierce! is a division point on the ;
conclusion.
'i'zfl' < CHAM. II. WALTON Florida };a..t. Coast: Hallway and! place ; "to7d{

Titusville Fla. of some importance with good! nros-

II MEDICAL NOTICE TO STOCK-OWNERS. pects for future development. There -uwamIsessiuewfitmCasitKIDNEY

'I are stores of all kinds" ,several chiircht's,
f"
A Hare Chance. school potofllce, telegraph orllce etc !
j I II Stock-owners are hereby requestednot This will make tine home and
.ll. DISCOVERY.I place
!.I.If to allow their stock to run at largeon 1110-100 acres, 660 feet frontage on capable of being made quite a planta DISEASES
I the streets of Titusville on the 3rd, .
i.1I Indian and Banana rivers. ROO to 700
tion. Five hundred ana
f I.It'I. U .,.. weak nrrvmii and diuy. with a 4th and ftth of July. citrus trees, about Iialf coming: into IOttJO orange grapefruit

I I raintinir senwtion. when walking. write* By order. J. M. Dixox, bearing oranges tangerines, trees.nnil pineapple plants the fatal of all dis
; Jewe Children E.q.. of Samuel. SullivanCo. grapefruit ran be placed on it. Fine Qahinghunt: are most
.. Tenn. "Could not walk.. any distance<< ; Mayor ol Titusville.A Kumquats, 0 bearing: mangoes lag and oystering the immediate vi
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Ii : always felt hml after eating; felt a. thoughsomething J bearing avocadoes, 14,000 bearing eases.FOLEY'S.
,. w. sticking< ....y. uneasinmi in stomach. Doctored Fine: Home For Sale. pines,SOU-to 400 bearing guavas besides for hunting, fishing and sports gener-*

V"" '\ with thn. phv lcUu< but ..they did notrelieve rrapes bananaspersimmonsa nursery allly. Price, $1,500.which is very cheap. KIDNEY-CURE I
] nw I arrw w'.r e and used A model southern home In South end of about I,000sour trees
I everything ( could think of; ..... nearly orange readyto For full information address, GuarantBi. R.medl
\t'i' d I readv t.. give up and then} aome one told of Brevard county, on tbe Indian River, bud, a few peach trees,3 acres vegetable C. T. MCCARTY

\ I II IiF __________________ .me that Ir. ncrce'a meiiicine was rood In tbe center of the pineapple belt.. Nice land. 4-inch artesian well. large .Ankooa. Bre.ard County Fla.
I o I begun t.kin5 hi. 'Colden MmiicaiDlncovery.
ft-room dwelling and out-buildings. Ten wharf drive well soft water. 8-rooin or refunded. Contains
OORDO 'II FIGHT w TUB .\YAlIP.r' : I have taken seven bottlea of money
that now and am ..stout a.ever and en acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange dwelling, store building packinghouse
: : I IB. Gordon led the skirmishers at Fair levi'ur health aa much aa ever ........... Iworked lemon lime and grapefruit trees-mo t tool house warehouse :2-ton ice box: OLD LEAD FOR SALE!: in any quantity remedies recognized by emi

t ''Oaks: his own regiment of Altibntulans. much" aa all any aummer a.... My and caiw this wma winter liver diae aa- all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards 2 acres of poultry yard. Fruit this at the ADVOCATB otflce.Foley's nent physicians as the best lot WZ

r' : In order to reach tbe battlefield by a ...e. and nervous dynprpaia which your and flower garden. Will be sold at a year will bring $3OO to 100. Rent

short cut Gordon bad marched his soldiers medicIne ha. cured m... In SeptembevI8u8 bargain. For fall partlcu... address : from vegetable land will keep up Kidney and Bladder troubles. J
ray weiglit was about 05 pounds, now "C." : P. A. }[ )! 3'1'0ve'l Honey Tar
1 fl through White Oak swamp. Aft it I. a. Fle....accept" my sincere thanka. & and PRICE so.:. mi$1.00.
Care ADVOCXTB, Titnsvflle, Fla Eau Gallic }-'Ia. cures colds prevents B. It. WILSON Jt SON.
pneumonia.
7 t tt!: 3* *.titt1out o.tbe mire which ,was ;

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Professional Cards. I TRAMPS' GATEPOST SIGNS KNOW YOUR BIRDS. .. THE CATFISH ZONE.And .
Idaho's Tig i Grizsly
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I2xplnnntlona>:: Which Will Help Yon the OrlHlii wf the riilladrlplilitlnltlt
M. BOBBINS Then Ion ('On Weed Oat the Poor Ends Bloody Career:
GEO to Understand Then Once and Improt. Your Kl...*... at fnltlxh nnd'Wnales.
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The rude drawings hardly need a Tho proutiiblo hon Is the one to be "'blj; pessimists have been OonotineIDK --- Harness

ATTORNEY ,AND COUNSELOR ; key. When on some white gatepost I sought iiftcr. The; unprofitable one tin rxteiiflon of the pie bell Big Pont, tho gray terror of the !dn-

AT-LAW.| : found the sketch of a gun I stole far- through the L'uitcd: States and the ...II.Inl'itl'lIIt'lIt ho !hlllH.- In tliMtil at 1 InHt.. Th ,glint;
should b lbee11 eaten long To
Will In State and United States ther down the road. I had a strong! ob- ago. of the HiilorntUH biscuit ills. grizzly closed" his cnroor with mi erg.> Ton can mAke your. hutnf
practice
know your birds Id to guarantee yon that Included l the killing or about thirty .. M toft nm glove
Court jection so early In uiy career to being! trlot. tliey have peen entirely obllrloui and ... tough M wi. \>runlnit
? riddled full of holes by some Intrepid success In poultry raising, but to keep of the extraordinary developniVnt ol horses In one week, und the riineli Bt it UK A liar.You .

Office at TITUSVII.I.K, FLA. former. The outline of a dog of warlike them without knowledge of their practical the ciulluli zone. This uilxculevoufldweller ers tliron.eliout the wide rl'ldClIIVhl'l'' <' l.eaIISIltln ne. Oil. >-.nmk ran.,lt

proportions with wild eyes and' I worth in to court failure. lu every of the pqul Is known to the he 01"1'11 tC'tl ale rejoicing that ho will last vnllnarUy wire would... lung .. II

TTL.'. OAULDEN i ferocious teeth was wont to make me Dock of 1OO birds nil' to be found small boy and the rustic", angler under not roh them any more.VIi .

go Im'akfiisth'HS. My summer wardrobe drones nnd those drones lessen the ninny names-In one place as n micUer. \ ",Mi Tom Iloppor.' the vetornn hunter EUREKAHarness 1

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i was not hi condition to allow of profits much more than Is nf first 'In another a bullhead in u third a \voll of SK| )!Unno, nrrlvotl lu I. wlntm!

Will praotloe In all the Courts of the State further mutilation. If I felt ,brave thought Some hens are prolific In fish and, most. outrnteoui of nil In with n party of auuiteiirn mill onnounord ,
to kick yelping 1 sauntered others at sluul. But Its 1 Hint they wore going after!
ot Florida.,and the United States Court enough a cur their I"ylng.'hll lay only northern Mlsalsslppl' ns a Oil
: in recklessly: at the gate which Intervals. Unless you know your own only genuine title Is cl1t 8h. The lUg l-'oiit the natives on Tom's no
1.U Box 233. T1TU8V1LLK, FLA.
bore n portrait of a toy dog. Once past birds yon are losing. by keeping the name Is derived from the fact Unit count, rl't.l.ontd thcre'd l 10.> 'somrlhhidot mnkM II k" new looking Wiul. hi>of rni'M -

him one could usually get:: a bite. hitter kind. The Hocks should be cdro- when the creature is mined from the tl'." pur, liravjr bodied! oil r*.

1J.. WEBB, A big round 0" did not make one fully overhauled and nil nonlayersweeded water It emits a grunting protest which AH IlI'lrl.11"\ they could'" find ont !ilK ututl pwlnllv the rpixl wvktlirr.la .to whir

j' wild to approach the premises It adorn out and sent to market as .noon poetical fishermen have pronounced Foot wa forty nillo from Lowtnton Gold wetrrrh.re

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ed. It generally portrayed a hostess as they are discovered.: Begin nt the like the purring of a family cat. In an luitruveNnl afullwI i ii

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th with a nature of adamant. A single foundation and study the laying qualities Philadelphia produced tho catfish i 'l"1. wllflornoHn i Made bi STANDARD OIL CO.
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-reaidents "X" stood for a cross saw which with ", of the pullets. Watch tb'UClOKe- habit. For two centuries the animalwas y There wore threw

and rents and accounts collected. small manipulation might earn a meal. ly and select all dilatory or slow layers looked at as something which feet of mow on --

TITt1SVILLE. FLORUA. Two X's made a tramp of none too from the !flocks and dispose. of might bo eaten to prevent starvationuntil the ground all

rigorous a makeup go farther down: them Immediately. Tbo early laying one One day: n thrifty Quaker the way but BEST FOR THEBOWELS

D. PENNEY the road. It suggested considerable pullet will ;yield her profit In eggs besides found that tho ontHuh would eat boiled Hint dill not deter >:

A. I wood cutting In exchange for a meal. proving the boat of brooders comment and that this simple food not them They .

The sign every tramp looks for anxiously when new .stock Is wanted. To know only fattened the cuter, but changed I wandered about

A TTORNEY-A T-LA W, is a crudely drawn table with a your birds you must be with them. ,, and the color of Its belly from white to .t r t for five days before -

TITUSVILLB lopsided coffee cup and a plate upon It. study their natures and once having yellow. He perceived) the pecuniary Y yyy', the doge got I tf ton tiRwn'ft ,.",,1.., ti.ithy moramn of tht ,.
; FLORIDA. Beyond that gatepost dwells: a sweet learned them nailing Is much plainer value of the discovery: and establisheda +1it ;) on bin. track t mwulNopnii>ow.i:. .wry,mitt tiny ha, you'r wall; ..1)1 orelti) or will lit*tw.chap.K..Cr"vtcv

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th simple motherly soul who will welcome ahead. Old stock that Is Intended to cattish farm In which he fattened the P Then they made S.I.",..I''t.III.'' .u.1.I.IIIIul.o".I.l.rrrrl way! laiiifMi'mtMt 0' hupIOg Tli.Ili...month bo...'.*

Judicial Circuit. the most dilapidated hobo Into be marketed should be sold during fishes which he caught elsewhere and ramp, niul the Clear and: CIeaa U to tk.
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I her spotless kitchen and set before him June and July for roasters. During In due season sold them to the 1'hlla- r 4t dogs trailed; BigFoot CANDY
CATHARTIC
a good square meal. She may sit be- these months this class of poultry is tlelphla markets 4 tip a hole
A. MORGAN
FREDERICK side him Inquiring as to the safety of scarce and higher In price: than later A Quakeress soon after that discovered among some ,

REAL ESTATE AND his soul and she may give him a on. Begin sorting oft ;your old fowls I that the old fashioned waffle rocks on a high

INSURANCE, mother's gentle advice or she may haven by watching them and! try to discover I, slightly salted and covered) with melt- ridge overlooking

Loans, Notary Public. story to tell tearfully of a waywardboy which ones are paying and which are ed butter made an Irresistible accessory a tributary

Collections Typewriting Stenography. lost somewhere In the great! world not. Those that are not paying should to the tlsu when well fried. Tbls of the Snake riv

and all the fee she asks for her gracious be fattened and sent to the market started the catfish. and wallles for ere /

TJTUSVILLE, FLA. hospitality Is a simple request for their room Is worth more to you which the City of Brotherly Love bas 1 wt Big Foot was

I thnt In tin wanderings of her guest he than their prononeo. If ;you know your ever since been famous. The habit ? so surprised by EAT JEM LIKE CANDY
JONES, look about for her absent boy and spread like an epidemic 1 nnd, like tbe the sudden Attack PUftnant, PnUtuM., potent. Tnt.Ooodt PrtQfMMt.Nt
WADE may ..h'dll. you will IwoJUMt what to do. v?r Hickim. W*.kn. ..r *Jrlp". 10, .. and M rent.
give him u loving tuotttinge of a moth. If you do not you should 11 nd them star of empire. Its way was westward. of tbe dogs pur.. b.....Ad'I.Writ... fur Cm. .....pU, and ,booklet, atl oa

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE er's longing aud watchluGood/ out-l-Vuther. So far II''a" la known the United Stated : '. tht.t he stnrted 'Tk"". 'NttHKnV' C'tI"r6U' CHirAAO' .. saw 'TOM.

Housekeeping. government bus no record of cattish' to run. The dogs KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAM

Loans and Collections. The NmIMInorrn.. and waillca east of the Delaware river, kept at his heels

TITUSVILLE FLOIUDA. Cholera Iiifantuiii. Thin picture, wade by. !I"'. I. Bowolli; but utartliiK ut Philadelphia a distinct! end the race continued -

This has long been regarded as one of shows Dandy, use comb !duck Mlnoroa cuttlsh zone ruim wt'Htwurd terminating until the Women as Well as Men
the most dangerous& and fatal diseases to cOtI'r"l.IOIOC' weight! l is. seven at Denver, reaching as far north hunters were tar behind nnd cursing

GEO. A. WOB LET, which Infantsaresubject. It can be cured and n half pounds. He neon winner of as :Minneapolis\ niul St. Paul and as tar their luck Unit their magnificent/ quarry Arc Made Miserable by

however, when properly treated. All that first at Philadelphia In HMT nnd th,.stat south us Mobile and New Orleans The was out of I'n Ull".
ATTORNEYATLAW.General is necessary is to &give Chamberlain' Colic owned and.exblbltcd cattish. Is said to possess'" medicinal vlr But lllg I Foot changed his route. Kidney Trouble.
and Boxtoii In 1\O!> :_; bred,
practice In State and Federal Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy (Seorge II. Nortuup..; Racer- tue. It Is mildly umvitlhetlc soporific Making n detour: of the top of n ridge,
oil with each bottle by
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Courts. All business entrusted will castor as directed, and autUpasmodlc. York Post. ho raced at top speed down the other
receive attention. oDd a cure is certain. For sale by all aheadof ) Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages
prompt and medicine dealers. .. side, noting little of what was
General! Counsel for the Tuttle Estate druggists Quotation Murk. him. and I lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
of tbe of quotation and cheerfulness soon
Speaking use .
Miami. night below him was the camp anti ". 'Ile.l I
MIAMI FLORI 0-\. Good KoniU In Fr.."'.. marks the London Chronicle says: Holbrook and another member of the p 'l disappear when the kidneys
make Hut why all these Inverted. y are out of order
In France ('I1I'1'I"r'tonll commas .
party were there Holbrook saw the : diseased.
or
TAMES ANDREWS, weekly IIndI.IIII".kly! trips to the "the silly trick of peppering pugva with -
great brute coming like a cyclone, and Kidney trouble has
nnd'even sixty these uncouth bacilli?" You will find .
cities! from town thirty become
.
grabbing Winchester, be fired.It a so prevalentthat
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. miles dixtunt. The tires of these vehicles J, none of these bacilli In the Bible. Take was a lucky shot. The grizzly i It Is not uncommonfor

.Alain office and pontofHce address, Tirus- lire usually wider tliun lu Amer f! :.1 this passage chosen at random: rolled over lend with n bullet In hla a child to be born
11Thl'p" or four Inches Is the average Now Jesus knew that they were L?afflicted with weak kid
VILLE. Branch office at FORT PIKICCK.: heart Fifteen dead homes were found
forbidding desirous to ask him and said unto If the child urln-
width/ lid thenla u law iI neys.
Prosecuting of where
within two miles the point
Attorney for Brevard Co.
:. ates too often It tho
tires to be too narrow. One horse them. Do ye Inquire among yourselvesof -
Notary Public State at Large. the benr had made his den. urine scalds the flesh or If. when the child
generally pulls. what would be considered I 1r that I said A little while, and ye .
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reaches an age when It should be able to
u good kind, for two In America f fI shall not see me; and again a little
Tho HOMH! Worm Medicine. control the passage It Is yet afflicted with
STEPHEN E. FOSTER and the only limit to the loud Is reached while and ye shall see me? bcd-wettlng. depend upon It. the cause of
when there In no or corner The modern) compositor would set that 11. P. Knmpe, Druggist( Lelghtonl had A hi., thIS difficulty Is kidney trouble and the. first

ATTOItNEY-AT-LAW, left to .xto'.v jiny morn Uimlcn., Not passage between two brackets of Inverted child writes Ir which"One was of sick my, and customers threw up all a step should be towards the treatment of

Sims Building, only do they loud ilowii the roofs of comtiiiiM, for It Is u quote within tooth, could retain not hlnir on Ira stomach. these Important organs This unpleasant
bundles I I But It IN bountifully clear as trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
their wagoiif. hutlltou hllllll lingo 4,JIt quote lie bouKill ono bottle of While' (JionmVininlfutfe
.yrI
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tienoiitu the It Btanda. and all Blbllcul nils- kidneys and bladder and not to A habit as
ami UIIIOIIK
upon' the "hlo'l4.| | : And It bronflit( up 111) worms .
curt between the >vheelM. swing as I iy d'llf uiidei'MtanUlD no one, we think has from thc child. It's the !buss. worm( medicine most people suppose
Women well
made miserable
as as men
,GEORGE WJ-: ALLEN, many big baskets and boxes UM they 4? : been mlslrd by the absence' of an Inverted In the world." WhltoNCrmtm Ver with kidney and bladder are trouble-
.
In. ulHO the children's tonlo. IImproves
.r mlfiige
lotidud.the /
can .stow III. Tho curt being ti COIUI1U1. and both need the same great remedy.
and amilniihillon
ATTORNET-AT-LAW good man' and Ills wife and one or lrdlge.iiUon The mild and the Immediate effect of
NOKTIIUP'H DAMDT.vllle strengthens their nervous *'
a IIIJ1C a ollo..d. '
crack! crack! ol Swamp.Root Is soon realized. It la sold
KEY In then
WEST KLOBIBA. two others climb ; A Story Brownlmr.Browning .
tem "uII'eRt".".. them to the health vigorand
Will practice In the United States goes the everlasting whip In a succession X. \. Mr Wowpll angst: lorC\ himself couldn't always explain elasticity of Mpll'ltII natural to childhood by druggists, In fifty- ti -

and State Courts. 9Jun 5 of rlflellke reports, and "Cocotte" than out of the experts wlu'ii I In- !his inennliiK at Ont rending Dr. '!!lots at U. It. Wilson &: Son's cent ana one dollar< j M
trots away with her gigantic load as 'I|tiiriil: I If any spiH-lally progressive> ; Furnlvnll founder of tbe English size*. You may have[I i1' 11\\, I 1111 !

merrily a8 you please. births HiM'incd, to KIM ml l out II IlIonl( the Browning society, frequently consultedthe -,. sample bottle by mall HI!
N. S. BUKXHAM M. D.. cliiHHi. / Ihf.v I Inul luolvcd over rciiinrkid. poet as to tbe meaning of come fill Knrlr.Wlii'ti free also pamphlet tellHo..o'seampaona

'1I1\\'(" you seen' but I Uiu rose couilcd In bin work "Bless me" working to liniii-ovo by nelcctlug Ing all about It, Including many of the
passage
Deafness Ctvnnot lie Cured.by thousands of testimonial letters received
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SURGEON SPECIALIST local applications, as they cannot Mlnoi-ru coc-Uerol? lie was n 'star'iiiiioiiK Ol'ownlo"'ould say "I rcitlly have und lireeillng, the owner must\ commence from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer

Ear, Nose and Throat. rllclthe, diseased portion of the ear u group of good ones with typleu forgotten what I did mean and as I Ihaven't culling/ a* HI>on us the broiler & Co., Binghamton N. Y., bo sure Isnd|
I long Mlnorcii body und unusual works sensor opt'iin. Selecting/ the bout out this
There Is only one way to cure deafness got a copy of my by mention paper. j\
W>}ST' PALM BEACH, FLORIDA and tbat la by constitutional remedies, size irriK-i-rnl riirrlnni' old elfffance of mo I ronlly can't enlighten you. Just of each brood> and soiling the others

Deafness IH caused by an iolUmed con tlnli-li In nil .sect!IOIIH Truly lie wit a n lend me the book there's a good tel. will do n good work toward securing/ 1

T-\R. HOUGUTO.'S dition on the mucous lining of the Kusta- .show Illrcl<
chinn Tube. When this tube gets inflamed of this \'lIlullbl..II4'W111.1'.1)." try to Hud out what was In my mindat best t to secure rather it larger

you haw a rumbling/ souqd or Imperfect -- .----,.- tho time." ... number than It In really desired to
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FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENT hearing and when It. Is entirely .11'
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING keep, MO that after the season of butch-
cloned deafness U the result and unless
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on the "Dentos," the InlHmmntlon can be taken out and When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill flnllnllon. lilt Is over u second culling may be

this tube restored to Its I normal condition; Tonln because the formula U. plainly "We never realize the full value of a made, an sometime objectionable qualities -
Yow AT PALM Ba. bottle showing that I 11 laImKly .
ct.Foley's bearing will be destroyed forever; nine printed on every thing: until wo. lose It." remarked the develop! with growth Known and sO Jim
tasteless
.. Iron and Quinine in a
canes out of ten are caused by catnrih, liOct morn II lit. Ivhereber good crops
.
I which Is nothing but an InlUmod con- toe m. No cure, No pay. "That's right." remarked the practical Slight Injuiles often dlnnble A man and

Kidney Cure dition of the muconr surfacun. man "t'SI I'l'lally If the thing lost cause several days' loss of tlmi-,niul when are grolvn.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for DAIRY NOTES. blood develo Hometlmos. result
makes kidneys and bladder right.VirgilliaHomes. was liisun-d."-Philadelphia Press. es, Sold everywhere.
any cane of deafness (canned by catarrh) In the floss of a bend or limb Cli.imlior-:
Annual FREE.
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Good butter should bv solid from the Inln'lI 1'1&10 Unlmlsan antlneptla liniment IfO*
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Cure. Send for circulars free.F. time It IM put upon' the table. Tlm.I,. When applied to cuts, bruises and, burns D. M, PBRHV It 00.
.1., CUKUEY & CO., Toledo O. Any excitement In the dairy cow Muggins-Voungpop: : Is going: to have It causes. thorn to heal iilokly| and without Detroit,

)Kir-Sold by druggists: 75o. Hall's Fam- tends to lessen the flow of tnllk. his baby! HirlMtened Ill II. maturntlonninl prevents any danger Mloh.
ily Tills are the best BuiiKlnsHow: utrange.Muggins of blood polNon. F'nr mile by all -- Falling to cot nil the buttermilk out : : -Ob. I don't know. He and medicine ilonlur. -- -
4 batter to become runcld noon.
Thf Ilinnlr."Don't causes
cnnio on the first of the montu.-Philadelphia Tho Largest and Most Com-
You learn all about Virginia Lands, you think you have u very To obtain the beat rl'lIultllln churningthe Itword.HtopM. The ......"...' nest .."..atm..t.
its resources, products, mode of cultivation .hllnI..lltlp c-llnuiti?" Htilil 1 the Ktranger. cream should be only slightly .:)IIr. Tbo extt'imlon of the rural delivery of nleto Establishment South.

prices etc., by reading the "No." wild' the. mi live. "It changes In winter the cream should be warmed the Cough mall Is bringing tile good roads. question .

Virginia Farmer. Send lOctn. rust ,,""n;:h when ItV pit'usnnt but up to about mJ< degrees before put- nllciVork" off the Cold. homo to every farmer. The government GEO S. HACKER & SON,

for J months subscription to the. when It'" dlMtiicrwiilile. It Imngs on like. ting in the churn. Laxative Uromo-tjulnlae Tablets, cure a I I. perfectly willing to assume
Farmer Co. Va.
Emporia, 1.ltll..I.lltll.-\\"Mhlntoll. Htar.ACCOHN One advantage In brine salting is cold In one day. No .Cure, No Pay the expense of free mull delivery over

that It almost entirely avoid] streaked Price iMcts. good highways but Is not ready to

BANNER SALVEthe to books< Is nn open door to ok mottled butter. build roods over which to carry the

world. wide knowledge, to a disciplined' wind Too milk should always be skimmed A Rlinpl Remedy, malls Hood roads throughout the
most healing naive In the
and to linnn-iixe extension II nd variety while sweet mid the cream then allowed Tbe readiness' of some people to send country ore the beat Investments the

of Intermix..IjitlU'H' !Horn Journal.Curcx to turn slightly sour. for n man to do those little things farmers cart make. i
1 rf'r
44 BO YEARS Sometimes butter has white specks about tile btfimo which the smallest
Question AiiNwercd.. '
EXPERIENCE distributed through it. This Is caused amount of enterprise or Ingenuity

I>zeiuii, Itclihig 1 In morn, by over.ourne.sID! the cream. would enable them to do for themselves Yes, August Flower still Las, tho largest

I I'lmplcx and Carbuncle In butter making next to controlling Is Illustrated by an Incident reported sale of any medicine In the elvllUnl[ .! w

to churn often while In the Chicago Trlbuno of a world. Your mothers' and grandmoth
the temperature
Costa ;Nothing to Try. ers' never thought of using anything else
D. U. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is DOW the cream Is In good condition. family named Cbuckster for indigestion IIr blllouHnemi. Doctors.
I kl recognized as a certain and sure cure for With temperature under control and They bad bought some new gas burn were scarce, and l they seldom heard of '

TRADE MARKS eczema itching:;shin humors scabs pimples churning doue, at the right time the era with mantles. For a week or two Appendicitis, Nervous' Prostration or MANUFACTURERS OF

fr.t scales, watery blisters, aching bonesor butter will become solid and be easily tbe light wan satisfactory; then It grew Heart failure etc. They used August Doors Sash Blinds
y. . Cor. larcvsdw joints, bolls carbuncles priehing pain hnnc1I<<1. dim and dimmer: until Mrs. Cbuckster Flower tll clean out the system and stop ,
An-vin::* 1tn. (ketrlt and .
fm wli ether atlmi Oa the farm to make the most out of & Material
fiii i.ly aruitii our OMatiixt Building
''dmn, 14, "rnh..b'' p..nt..1. C'nn.n..t. Botanic: Blood i>alo>, taken Internally "It /grows worse all the time" she ex. action of the liver, stimulate the nervous Moulding
..,nctlre. ,iiiBd.iitl.l. llundtxiolion 1'.'ema cures the worst and most deepseatedoases the milk and butter some of the cows and organic action of the system,
.b .III ca. iiiiU> t aMtirj for Mwunritf 'rsc should be bred to core fresh In the plalued.When. Office *: Warerooms King, opposite
: :
Pnlont* t k n thrnuvll Munn .. ,I by enriching purifying and vitalizing : It In r' asked tbe and that Is alt they took when feeling
tprrtal mitU. wtthomcb. .ru.. in tUScientific ; the blood, thereby giving a healthy spring and some In the fall.-St. Louis was put dull add bad with headaches and other Cannon StreetCharleston

Jfincricnn. blood supply to the skin. Botanic Blood) Uepublio. man.t. ache You only nued a few doses of S. C.
Balm is the only cure, to stay cured, for .U-out a month ago. Oreen's August. Flower, In )liquid form, ,
A h"nd.otn of.lf lllnMrnlwl. [ w...1<1,. 1.intuit n'vrm. f3 rlreulio.on .- these awful annoying akin troubles. It Jlepulnlvo 'entllreH. ".\ yes; I ...."." I Ib. to make you siulnfled.l there/ nothing .

your font month any .(U dJda\i\ f>.:wxl al n. heals every sore and gives the rich glowof Blackheads, pimples, greasy faces. and Then he lifted the chimney oft tookIt serious the matter with you. Ton can Sash Weights Cord and

MUNN & CO.3SIBroadwar, New York health to the skin. Builds 'up the muddy complexions which are to com. out to the kitchen, washed) it with got thl* relUbl. remedy at U. U. Wilson ,

Bnucb OOloa.. ICs r Bt,WublOKtoo.I*.C. broken down body and makes the blood mon among women, especially girls at a soap cud water and the light burnedas 4 Hon. Get ireon's Special Almanac. Hardware.
red and nourishing. Especially advisedfor certain ago destroying beauty, dlsfigur- brightly es over."Fifty -----
Line. chronic, old canes that doctors, patent lag and making repulsive features which outs." said the man. Window and alas
Clyde Steamship medicines and bot springs fall to cure. would otherwise appear attractive and Fancy
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Druggists, $l. To prove B. B. B. cures, refined Indicate that the liver II out of The IK.t I'rrcerlptlon for Malaria A SPECIALTY.

Tickets and reservations via the Clyde cures, sample seat free and prepaid by order. An occasional dose of Herbloe Chill. and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's -- -- -
Steamship Line can be secured of Chas.H. writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. will cleanse the bowels, regulate the liver Tasteless Chill Totrfc.( It U simply Iron tlftan I la on every box of the g.noln
Walton, at the ADVOCATE office! TI- Describe trouble, and free medical advice and so establish a clear, healthy complex and quinine, In a tasteless form. No Laxative Bromo-Quinine T M.U Foley's Honey and Tar

tnsYille sent In sealed letter. Ion. We at U. 1C. Wilson A Son's. 'Cure, No Cure. Price SOcts the remedy thai, ear,_ a fold .. o.. day for chlJ











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J I'' EAST COAST ADVOCATE JULY 4, 1902.

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I i I IS JAMES PRITCUARD, President; WM. M. BROWN, VicePresident.INDIAN .
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I' FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.The C. S. SCHUTUEK, Cashier.
1 THE NATIONAL HOLIDAY. ANNOUNCEMENTS of O. F.Duren hereby
r EAST COAST ADVOCATE many friends
candidate for County
announce him a* a BANK
I The most significant of all Arne Commissioner for the first District, RIVER STATE

i A.WBBKLT "OV1llIl"' DBVOTCD TO TB. DVTOrHEHT ." lean holidays Is being celebrat Announcfmtnts under M hading are subject to the primary to be held on the ,

r 1 OF TUB IHOIA.M BArSBOTIOH BITCH, LAu to-day throughout the United Statel $5.00 payable in advance. 15th of July. J.KMOCBAT. COUNTY DEPOSITORY

; WOKTH AHD BISOAYMB enthusiasm tbe -
and in point of
Authorized capital, $t 00,000Paid
,
: small boy excells. To him the 4th FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. To the Democratic Voters of :BrevardcOl1oty '''' ,$25OOO
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capital, -
FRIDAY.DIABLxs
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PUBLI8BKD EVERY and up
1 ;,1 of July means fire crackers, sky Recognizing fully the rights of the confidence: Appreciating la l the pat-r" and your feeling support that I ,,. __ Average deposits $1OOOOO t
f candles but to
R l'ublilber l rockets and Roman and producers to more consideration -
I' H WALTOJf, Editor farmers have'faithfully discharged; the duties imposed -
f class of citizens at the bands of the Florida Railroad that
k the more mature me and fully believing
: f Discontinuance of &
e nally at thin otUoe or by writing. i The birth of a nation is of all\ Democrat! approve net forth In enable me to serve :yon even more efficiently
I declaration of principles an,
J in the future, I hereby announce
indeed an event, and in respect to platform. Copies of my platform re-election for Business
for ,
toCR4BLJI: my candidate
Oheok.eto., may be made payable myself an a
{ WALONpublieber.' this country, was a greater event sent to any one by addressing me at Went County Commissioner of District No. 2, I
?t B. forefathers had conception Palm Beach Fla. R. HUDSON BUKK. at the primary '
united Bank the
than our any and ask your support 1 Largest and Oldest on River.
I i Address all oommnnloatlons to of. Could the men who to be held ou July 15th. Yours .
VOICE FROM THE PEOPLE. respectfully, J. R. Mior. I Exchange bought; and told on all Foreign
1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE!:, fought In the revolutionary war A Countries.PAtronainappreclnted. .

( : TITDRVILLB, FLOBIDJU. have looked forward for a hundred FORT 1'iBHCK, May 7, 1002.> --

w i I -- years they would not have recognized BELIEVING-, It, to be to the best in- To the Democratic voters of Brevard .M ,, treatment,and very favor. I'romptenlce.eOIl.lsl"nt with, polite oourvanvo -

''I,..o; U. S. Department of Agrlcultu the mammoth nation of 1 to. I tel'cllt.01. the people of Brevard oonnty county i I hereby announce myself as a + ; > banking granted
the struggling cblonies of to have Wade H. Jones represent us In candidate for reno01lnation at the Democratic CORRESPONDENTS i
:i J Weather nureau-Jupiter, Fl day as the next Legislature, we respectfully primary la July as County Commissioner r Seaboard National Hank of New York and
numbers
1770. In point of we 3 and as the ,. .0 of Jacksonville, Fla.
4 I t ti f urge; all Democrats of the county to give for District No. ; I s Ntttionul Bank
: The following in a comparative star stand at the head of the civilized him their support at the coming primaryon taxpayers are acquainted with my past rr1rrvsvrlc.] ]c rL4% .
I meat of temperature and rainfall fort nations of the earth. Iso other clv- the loth; of July.MANY record, I trust they will favor. me with ,
Tuesday July I, 1003. marshal no many: TAXl' \'ltus. their united support. As most people -
week ending ized can -
I' : 1W)1) country know I am strongly: In favor of good/ :
I -100.8: fighting men as can the United of Brevard roads,, or anything elae'that may tend towards SOUTHER FEL COMPANY.
MAX. MIN. Voters
DATE.: MAX. MIN. consider To the Democratlo AND SUPPLY
1 into
i t' 25: 87 75 Nth 78 States-not taking County: the prosperity of our county. I THE .

1 \ 20 8U 70 8fl 16 Lion, of course, the colonies governed I wish to announce my candidacy for Yours very truly, R. A. COUKLINO.

\ 27 HI1 77 80 16 by the British. In a year's time I the Legislature, subject to the action of -
28 87 77 8fJ 1 we put of the 3rd district, ,
8.5 7\\ democracy and We, the tax payers ,
H7 77 15th.! Regarding my
'I, I I i 20: 87 80 80 16 over five million fighting men, sup; efficiency July the voters are perfectly) famil earnestly desire. the election of J. T. -,.-

: tol 87 78 85 14 plying them with all the necessary lar. If nominated I "vlll, \ use my best en- Snell for the office of County Commissioner 'e'

t Total 'rainfall for the week: 0,OC equipments, such' as guns ammunition rieavorn to serve the people faithfully. for the 3rd strict: subject to the Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.",,
"ll" Depa ture from normal rainfall for tho blankets tents, etc. Within: My platform of principles will bo made action of the Democratic Primary on
and J 15 101))2.):! It la hoped by his many'
week: minus 1.2S Inches. Departu known to the voters Individually on uly ,
.: f'' from normal rainfall since January I, another twelve months a sap-ond the stump. Very respectfully! woli-wishers that he will be nominatedat Offices foot of ITogau Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.

minus 7.30 Incbes. force of fighting men, numbering 'v. U. McFARLAND. I the coming 1'rlmarv.: .
t 1 armed MANY TAX PAVERS. J. MUNNERLYX\ General Manager.MeMurray
UAL. P. HARDIX, Observer. over five million, could be

I' thus making an aggregate -- ---.-- --------------
and -- ---- ---
I. ---- -- ----- ---- -- equipped, FOR TAX ASSESSOR.I -- ------ ,
of more than ten million I hereby announce myself ns a candl-
+' I WHILE we are at It, why not aba beg: to announce myself as a cam date for re-election as County Comm; -
\ lab the State of Florida. This, of men capable of bearing arms. date for the office of Tax Assessor for tile stoner for the Fourth District, 8nbjeot & Baker
The American practical of Brovard subject to the action< ,
navy County ,
and of the Democratlo primal ,
'! Is mere suggestion, to the action
t course, a be held
\ amounted to nothing when the of the Democratic primary, to i on
for what it Is worth July 15th, 1002. .
? be taken rooelve
; can Tuesday, July th. Trusting .
C. JONES.At
Declaration of Independence was JOHN Jacksonville Florida.
the support of all my friends, I am, very 4Ol-tia, East Bay Street. -
i 1 KINO making a noble) signed, but to-day It ranks with the I respectfully, It. B. :SIKWAHT.:
I great navies of Europe, and in a the request of friends, I hereby enounoe -Makers: and Jobbers of-
Indictt
i his Hf and the
fight for candidate for the of,
I t ',,1 ; tiona are that he will come out vi< few to thatof more years Great Drltaln.ln will be second the number only- date I hereby for re-election announce to myself the ofllco/as a of ol\ndl-"fax floe of myself County as Commissioner a for the and Material
Harness Wagon
r torious. The whole civilized world Assessor, subject' to the action of the prl. Fourth District subject to the decillion Vehicles Carriage ,
craft.
I is in sympathy with England's kinK of its fighting mary election to be held July 1,1th. I.. of the Democrat voters, at their i>rlnry ,

it in the trying period through whic But our greatest progress hi elected I.will try to fill tho office us well July t lUll(':!. Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
t ti ,\ The doctors all been in our commerce. July the In the future as I have In the past. Slicking H. L KLoi P.

he ia now passing. 1th, 1002, finds the United States the support of all democrats, I room"lnl'ea"eotully First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.,

j! : ( agree that his chances for recovery of America leading all other na. J. F WOOTKN WE, the taxpayers of the 5th District -
than those much better were of J.Boll -
F.
; are earnestly desire the le-eloctlon -----
of its -
lions in the magnitude commercial -

; President McKlnley.\ ; enterprises and the numb FOR TAX COLLECTOR for. Mr.the Bell office halt of proved County, himself Coinmsioner. !I 1\- & Co.

that the of its millionaires. Home in all (hs I hereby announce myself asa cant]] /good, honest stralghtforwaid memb East Coast Lumber Supply

t : How fortunate flngoiof splendor, and Greece when at the date for re-nomination for the office JI politicians are not loaded 'rhe Tax Collector of Bruvard County sal good roads In the pineapple section I of
ti reckless and promiscoua manner i i InIli height of Its commercial greatnes, jest to the action of the approacliir Itrevaid than any other Commissionwe GENERAL OFFICE' : EAU OALLIE, FLA.
them in the fact were not so rich as our country i 18 Democratic primaries, and will be plea have ever had, and It is hoped by his
% JR \ which they point would if loaded iO-day.; In ships, railroads, mini .. ed to receive the support of my friends. many well-wishers that he will be nom, Yards at THiiBvllle,.Eau Oallle and Fort Pierce.
of the "elliglbles" ,
E. W. IlAtl.
i ind manufactories the Unite lasted at the coming primary.
\ cause the moot courageous to crawl MANY VOIKRS. Complete stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds; Sash and Doors,
States barely a century and a
4 under the barn. Rest assured, how Just old, dating from the, sigi I beg; to announce myself an a carol. Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office.
that harm is Intended quarter[ the blHce of Tax Collector for ,
f"' ever, no date for FOR FISH AND GAME WARDEN
I even if he does touch the wart on ng of the Declaration of Indepenc the County of Brevard, subject to the: ------,---------- --
I nee i is the peer of any other country action of Democratic primary tube, held] I hereby announce myself as a candl- -

)Jill" the end of your nose. and is destined to grow in the on Tuesday, July 15th. Trusting to receive Hate for the position of fish' and and colic Game H. A. HODGES....
Brevard
Warden of county,
friend'
the support of my many ,
and It of
inhabitants Manufacturei
lumber of its -
I Coast Line and the the support!of all Democrats nt the cot -
Atlantic
," Southern TUB railway entered Jackson. Tease In wealth and power, until I. am, yours truly, P A. MCMILLAN.FOR lug primary. R. A. HAKDKK ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

I all nations shall recognize us a
It :Tille on the let of July. Fires n1ay tOUOH AND DRESSED. Orange' Box Honda, Fruit nd Vegetable; Trates.
: t come and winds may blow but the oremost in every respect. COUNTY TREASURE! FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD,' \ny ODD contemplating| shedding) their Vlo"III'IJ"| | ur oranges ui building In

in*'' '.1 t metropolis is bound to keep to the There is but one way by whic) At the request and solicitation of my I hereby announce myself as a cand ....y part of Kloilda, would do well to write 'toi |>ik-i\ M. The HHW mills are located
be impaired, and I liliilf I'aUika on the J.. '. K. W. Ky. Lumber delivered to anyp.irt
,: t front. The burned district has dU- our> greatness can many filxndu throughout the County, date for Member! of the bchool BUl\rtl it Uutfl near
,;'I I and business block hat Is In the adoption of such foreign htI'ebyannounce myself, as a o.nUdatefill' t for tho 2nd school district, subject toll of the East!: ()UlL"C. Address: B. A. HODOKh. Unflnlo Bluff Fla.
appeared, great uai In the office of County Treasurer at the July .
Democratic Primal -
policies as! now threaten decision of. the ----- -- -- -- -- ---
and fine dwellings have taken the"I" coming primary election, July 15th HMi.:!.
''II.! Let the Unite 15, 100.2\
: place of blackened areas. Thre he Philippines. I have never, heretofore. sought publIc E. VKSEY HAM The Oiliest Entabllnbeil 1 train and Sued House In the Stator
I
l itatea learn a lesson! from Europea Iflecred will the
Jacksonville. office, and nerve peo- --- -
J "I"i :ij : cheers for ountries: and avoid the error Intol pie. Veiy'trulv, yours, -- .- --- i YALt1tf

I THE Florida Agricultural Colleg which we seem to be falling., JOHN 11. \VVNN NEW USE FOR WEALTH. -wA.. :SO-u.rS: & ,00.

4 has J just issued l its eighteenth anItilli cl\ntJltll\telor CountTreasurer
for the 1901. THE world has pitted throug I Intend being ; Ororu tiould'a Uenrrnam OITer KnIlluhvtay ash I GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
nual catalogue, years at the Democratic primary the
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trail I tn
left their .r
Im.roremenl.When
evolutions! that ,
tl, : ,
I I 1902.) It is a handsome catalogue", held July' 15th, 1\IO.\ !!. I believe tin ,
blood have portion the Stat tL.! gentlt'ulen"ho are excel:
and shows several line cuts of the ; sorrows swept the qualifications required by
I of our own fair country and wrun, CoiDuiHree for voters to nominate count lloimlly fu'orttl In the mutter of WI'illt II ,, Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
'""j I i college and its various department! from the hearts of officers Is unfair and unjust to a largenumber tome to look about them for the her
'1'' Tho college is now excE'cdlnglyII bitter> anguish of our best citizen, who vOle medium > which their phllnnthropU'' 112 EastBay Street,JACKSONVILLE, KLA.

prosperous and Is a ftxtu r 'In Ltik Its stoutest men ; deep, pungen our oouuty ticket. I urn empbatlrall;; cult be made useful to their fellow Ult'n.we ,
!Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
has to homer. but I IRIS, fat i'urma
come
City. We wish the institution a sorrow many In favor of the primary" system, anall commend! to them the example ot .
of which) time for l rule. All voter _.
but the greatest sorrow! the name ,
offered -- -- ---- ---- -- ----
---- -- -
who to --
the Mr. George Gould bus. -- -
llM'!! prosperous session during coming state who
qualified by the laws of this ,
is that
I have conception i
we any bear one-l..lrd of the entire cost of tbe
. 'I'I year. will pledge themselves to vote for our JEW Corner .
j '; )I" \ which comes to the would-be politician lounty ticket should be entitled to von improvement of the pulillc highways III; VICTORIA HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA.

; : t I TUB: Wilkinson is stil who soars upon the back of at the primary to nominate said ticket Ibe'lclnU"[ of LaLewood.LlbrnrleH ,
the American eagle shouts hi If elected Treasurer, I Intend to be and unhersltlett\ and hoi,
I tI J I" doing business at the old stand. lie luHtltutlnnHaving Everything new. Free' Bun. Centrally locnted. Rates $2,00 and 2.50 per ;
tna long-miITerlng public. Treasurer, belonging; to mi i>Ituls und fhuiclifB uienstly m'nt'-
claims that the State Democratic pinions
1 f now made no combination and l hit v communities anti trus 50) cents to I (04) each ,
sy., '''e Executive Committee snacks/ victory in advance!!, and< I ha'eDone Ida I to our we day. European plan; rooms, fl person.( '
pur made therefore
: InK no promistie; tile phllnulhropy Involved in such)
iieut
a poseiy left him off the ballot, afte hen gets left at the ballot box I to break. Trusting I will be far, ;ifts us thane will show no nlmteiuenii R. BIXt.EK, Propiletor. i,:

i he had qualified. Senator Call had< red with a vote by all who believe I anlualiflud the future, SU,)'" llinper'sVeeklj' .
: nil the office remain,
to youn
a long season at the plum tree, and BALDWIN-BROWN NUPTIAL. SoTertbeleMM. good! rond! are eHsentlu

': should be satisfied with what be, truly, JOHN FlBNIlY. .elements of the success of all of these, UGH PARK PLACE HEXDEIISOXVILI.E, N, C.

has accomplished in the past. Run Married In the Methodist church aeoiidana md the gentlemen of great wealth who< ,

satisfao. Via., on June 20, 1002, I\C esard tb *tufielves noinew'Iwt In the O'd: Mansion In of fifteen
1 ning independently is not hllth uoon. MUM Myrtle Emetine Ualdwli FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.I :Stone A park wcies.
fight: of trustees. for the proper adminstrntlon -
t) tory to democrats, and will do the<, amd Mr. John Henry Drown. The l..vely; beg/ to announce myself as a cnndl : of the foi'tunes their wls Senator no good. JU.UK bride worn pure white, while tin for thJountv
ex- lite fur Prosecuting Attorney and energies hove liulll up cannot tint MHS. FRF.DEKIKA S. CANTWttLT
drentied In the convention
t Ill'oom was of Urevard. at the cOIUID\t Dem"-
lack. made a. lovely picture HI 11 t better held! for their expenditure!, .
They Tuesday,
Primary be held ,,
weeks had tin, ratio to on ----------- --
A we
FEW ago beautiful arch mad hurt tu making these >1lble. .
stood under l'ol4
they the
July 1.%, I 101)2)!, and hope to receive
temerity to call the attention of the< of t evergreens! filled In with rare white upport of my many fi'lends.F. A library of' tunnultlcent urcbttecttirii ADVOCATE JOB ] HINTING HOUSE.

people of Dade County to the tact Owens, while flew It. U. Templeton performed J. WK D. i superbly equipped| !| with the store,

t that they were scrapping over poll. the ceremony I In'a most I Impresve of'> learning set off in n forest would
: } and wllllnt
tics, and gave them some sage advice suds manner.bad decorated I.ovlnjfllel\rU the church In amOIlC Being urged by many friends to lIB no. h>e of little avail were the paths Icuiln .

1. as to how they should demean beautiful manner. hereby: announce myself as a candidateor thereto I but trails and! the hlshwnji
the ofllce of prosecuting' attorney for tub deep with mud. The congregation
themselves. Since then the loot The wedding present were numerou"IOtI
beautiful, one box of silverware from trevttrd county subject to the Action ol at a sublime cathedral would be smell J ft
gates have burst open atVe i he Democratic primary to be held on built of
ilittives In Marshal, Mich, arriving by n lwd were the approaches
Palm lleach worse than before. 'Ve cpreits, while It In said that every man,, Jul,13th.l00J. If nominated' and elect.d wire I or of wind, and! the beautiful phi.
ti I greatly fear we have no more in. 'oman and child In town cave them aresent. I will !give the office the very candid best intbropy of the hospital) would go for

1 j Huence over Dade County politics ) Everyone loved Miss. Myrtle,, C1 ervlce will I meet can. with Hoping favor that at the my hands of: tight If tbe avenues leading to their
has and she will be tadly mimed to social their unscientific <
\ than Roosevelt over Congress.And trevnrd's Democracy, I am,very respect- ours, through
both the church and
In
thus our humiliation grows clrcleM.indity I n Muhoul.* well all ully, U. A. PKOST. but tided to the pain \bl:

daily more abject I The happy couple left on Monday fortheir hose I brought thither to be cured.

I future homo In Pltut! City, "'I".,, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER hence we tblnk that Mr. Gould's otters
where the love and bent wlxhei not only a generous one but prompt-
prayeis
AND Bailey of Texas, and At the solicitation of of my true
:, now "f their numerous frlttuda will follow many tt.: by much wls om.

t Ueveridge, of Indiana, have given t.bem. ______________ atOll nonnce.111J valued friends a former.In issue this! section of the,Anvo-as an- A good public road Is not: only plcns-! rrrrrrrrrart' _; :_ .1 1 1 rr
exhibition in the art of 1'ullux, look and to rtde' over and
ant to
an upon
.
NO FALSE: CLAIMS.-The proprle.is ATE, I have decided to again offer my-
Would it not he wise!! for the Senate is of Foley's Honey and Tar do not ad. 1,1f as candidate for re-election to the In the manner of Its keeping an indlitlon -

to engage Jeffries at if25,000:! a year .rtUa It as a ure cure for oonmttupQ. flice of County Commissioner for DIstrict of good or bad government and OfF CE' a alsa I J
will Xo. 1. I much appreciate the acrefore a ulcfullclson In civics but o''r HC :
.f to teach the unscientific Senators They do not claim It curethlll very I a 1 .Pr twr
#, the cuts and side steps ? It dread compltilnt In advanced canon, pallC support given me so unstintingly eyond all else, It la also> an auxiliary
upper but do positively aiuert" that It will oure by the residents of Brevard county: and of such Import tu all other public ben-
is humiliating to know that our In the earlier stages and never full toIlve liould they again honor me with their factions as to leave them practically
t solons are simply novices in the comfort and relief In the worstCllIell. con dence at the coming Democratic oitUles without It. 1
"manly art," and this reproach Foley's Honey and Tar l I. wltbont primary on July 13th it will be my utost -

f,\ removed. What must doubt the (treated throat and lung endeavor to serve the taxpayers Inthe. .
should be .
mndy. Refuse substitute Sold: by .future as honestly I have In the Iaeabatlas Tar"' Ere*
4 Fitzsimmons Corbett and Sharkey U U Wilson ,k :Son.Cljile pallt. giving the office and people the Turkeys can be batched in Incaba- ,t
think of such miserable specimens est service I can-not, forgetting: the tOI'll equally ns well as chicks. They re I

.f ring practice? Our country is Steamship Line. absolute necessity of good roads ia our quire identical treatment There Is no <

of ridicule by these aunty. Thanking my friends for past ouble' hatching them but raising :.-
in grave danger the Tickets. and reservations via the Clyde ivor, and trusting they will favor' me them by hand Is another matter espe- All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.LETTERHEADS .
onnoiseursl I Whatever pressway Batnahlp Line can be secured of Chas.Walton with their votes at the coming primary, dally those net far :emoII'om' tbl''
think, we are for improvementalong II. at the ADVOCATE: office, TI- I remain, ;yours truly, wild blood. I NOTEIIEADS, ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS, SHIPPING
all lines. swill JOHX R. WALKICR: TAGS, CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and expeditiously.








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West Palm Beach. Eden. Melbourne. RockledgeCocoa.Quito OEORa MARX. JOHN MARX


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Miss Fay Miller, a teacher In the Jasper Willie Jackson's many friends are very QlKJDK Se' unODE.-Reat Estate and Loans. number from Cocoa will\ cele
Normal Institute, la enjoying a well. sorry to hear of his ill health. Agent for Ktna. London. and Liverpool' and brat. In Titusvllle on the 4th.
earned vacation with her parents, Mr. Globe rrovlrttmce Waohington and nun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS
and Mrs. Chas. W. Miller. Mrs. VT. F. Richards and :Mrs John Inturanoa. Special attention paid to tae Mrs. .1., S. Coate and daughter, Annie
Miller drove to Jensen, Tuesday afternoon : inure.taI.or) non-reildent. Gideon will' spend the 4th at Fort Pierce,
News from ex-Major Wbllldln, from on business and pleasure bent. going down on Thursday.Mr. .
Boston, last week Is that be and Mrs. 23T Subscriptions for the AUVOCATK Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner
Mrs. W. F. Richards ,
and three childrenand :Schuyler and Mr. from
WhUIdla are enjoying: the cool air of Farley,
the pink of the East Coast, will\ be
Mrs. Hilda Rooks left the train paper .
Massachusetts, and they think Boston a on Malabo, are making repairs and improvements
received at the Melbourne Postoffico.
grand; old town-the finest In the United Wednesday, for Atlanta, to spend the on the property of M. E. Day.A. .

States. summer. II. Smith, carpenter at the NewRooklodgo Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Hurrah for the Fourth of
W. B. Aulttnan has purchased the We are shipping cars and oars and July. Hotel, is busy laying n now 1

stock and good will of the 'store In the more cars of pines every day, and every. Miss Florence Hodgson, of Eau Oul\lie floor In the dining, room of that hostelry. WE CARRY FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
body Is too busy to do anything but will bo ,
Seminole block, formerly known as Sew- was in Melbourne lately. It a nice one when dressed and

ell Bros., of Miami. We wish the young work, sleep and eat. Allan Campbell, of Homeland, was a finished up. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
man unbounded success. F. J. Halley Mrs. W. F. Wolf entertained the memo H.
pleasant visitor in town this week. A. Smith and Chat Hatch have Just
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occupies the position of chief clerk. bers of the Ten Club) who were brave completed\ pair of doors for the frontof Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In neason.

Paul Clark's pleasant face Is again seen enough toO/ through the mosquitoes, Edward We all is rejoice to learn that lie King live ,' Oeo. N. Hatch's new stoto building.; L.-We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.

at the delivery window of the poatotilce. good last Wednesday attendance.We .afternoon. There was a Improving. Long may They have also, finished the such for _________ ___________________ ___n u_______________ ____ ____________ ___ _____ _________n____ __u__ ____________n______ _________________ __________ ___
Paul has been absent some three months, CApt. Alex. J. Cionde expects to make the largo windows for tbD samo. Allmalu

and his many friends welcome bis return. are glad to report a decrease In Eau Gallle his headquarters' for some of cypress. BREVARD DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE 4th. District. .

lie Is somewhat Improved In health from the number of our small musical friends, time.We Frank Hatch has bought C. K. Cook's. COMMITTEE.The K. f. RAULERSON.
his trip north. "May his shadow never about a million billion having succumbed are plonsed to learn that Mis. E. cottage and lot on Barton avenue. Mr. C. F. OLMSTEAO.Btli. : !: .

grow less." to the bright sunshlnn 1. but we still M. Campbell is Improving, and trust she Cook was busy, .:\Iondl\yanll Tuesday, District.E. .
The distressing news of King Edward's have several million to the square Inch. will soon be well. moving out his furniture and Mr. Hatch workingoommlttoeof the Brovarr J. TRAYNOR.

serious condition on the eve of his coronation Citronella Is used veiy extensively by the Fish are very plentiful Indian Ulvrr will take potmesHion of his new property County Democratic Executive! Commit K. I.. UKOWN.
travelling public. The odor Is offensive tee met at the ofllco of the Chairman, In
very from the let
all things to a stand still. of July.
and them
put now, our boys enjoy catching
Cocoa tho .tilh of June anti
to the mosquito, and he refuses \ on : IHO:4.
The banquet that had been arranged at to come where It U, but It is such rank from the city dock with SpC l'S. -Archdeacon\ B. F. Brown Is expectedto prepared the following ticket! In view of the fact that certain opini
the Semlnolo hotel wan /given up, and conduct ei vices In St. Mark's church ons at variance are held as to who Is
smelling stuff would Melbourne U well with ,
one as soon be bit now supplied
seemed and anxious. For U.
everyone depressed next Sunday July the ,
ten
by mosquito as to use It. Most fresh fruits Including bananas: pineapples p.
death of the would Vote for
The English King; of the visitors m. This U probably the lust service the one election we beg to call\ general attentionto
-transportation and com ,cocoanuts,bncklcbel'flesllgR.watermelons
come very near to the hearta of the American mission men-have takeu to wearing; lemons, etc., Archdeacon will hold here before he goeson STEPHEN. It. MALLORY Section :3 of the primary election lI\w.

people. vail, and smile and blush his annual vacation. ns follows:
Life has been almost unendurable withus meshes of coyly through Mrs. John Goode left,. on Tuesday to For Congressman; 2nd District Section :2.-That no person can vote
the last week. The humid atmosphere purest Lipton green.It visit her daughter/ Mr*. John Pettlgiew, M. (1 Salmon Is at work, with .l. J. Vote loa one or take part In the proceedings,: of any
and the hundreds Is really comical to sea the efforts of Huston. She/ will also visit relativesin White on his cottage/ after his. accident, KOBT. W. DAVIS., primary election who Is not by the laws
mosquitoes by doors, people make to have pleasure' at present New York and Philadelphia.' which In Id him up for two or three days of the State lawful elector who ban
have obliged,: everyone to stay In {several ladies will start out fora drive- Mr. Salmon Is all grit and does not stop For Justice of the SupremoConrt. not paid bill poll tax, h'gllIyluo, not
and only those absolutely obliged/ to go the people from Mel.
Among young: for accidents. After rest of few
a
the prevailing wind Is southeastandthey a days, Vote for one. less than 10 ilnys before each primary
[forth dared to venture. Festivities! of bourne who will\ spend the Fourth at
decide to go to Jensen shopping.; and, Incidentally, to learn how hot U was WM. A, IIOCKEK. election Ii'le1<1, and authorized to vote
ill kinds are abandoned, and fly brushes, Fort Pierce are the Misses", Annie loode and if then
Driving against the wind Is a pleasure were any mosquitoes he Is JOS. 11. WALL. In any legal election In the ward or precinct
.'ans and insect powder are at a premiu and Jessie Ooodo, Messrs. Claude Beau- at work. ,
and they look and I for election
so happy, call out to which such primary
([be reigns John Nicholson Fred Fee and JO
mosquito supreme.Mayor Jean, Capt. *
friends: "Come on the For Secretary of State. U held.
mosquitoes are S. M. Martin. I Rev. fjcrrlt VanHoiito, owing to III-
anct Mrs. L. W. Buikbardt gave not a bit bad, It is lovely driving." But ness, last Sunday was not ablo to till! his Vote for one: W. L, 1ltlaucIlTT
h very delightful; birthday party, Monday alas I when they turn to go back, and the Dr. L. A. Peck had a very serious case appointment here. 1lr.Vllion receivedthe H.. CLAY CnA W.01W. E. VKSICV HAI.r., Chalrniau.

ivening,'In honor of their daughter, Miss I wind Is with them, so are the mosquitoes. to attend to )last (Sunday, when Dr. Ly- word I at 5 o'clock Saturday: afternoon Secretary : p
laud. Dancing and music with delta- They !gather them up as they go until man was taken suddenly III, but by the and 1 notified the people, so that For Comptroller tt
ous refreshments, filled the evening with they have a wagonful. They brush and prompt action nnd skillful I attention of only ono person' front Cocoa; and one Vote for one: Noel More Hell

'are pleasure, and many kind wishes, aojompanied brush until they are nearly frantic. They Dr. Peek we are able to report Dr. Ly- from across the river came to the church. A. C CKOOM.I. !\ Often the overtaxed of digestion
with gifts both useful and have the most agonized expressions, and man out of danger. :Mr. Van hoots expects to be hero on J. McUALL.] for organs/
out by dyspepsia's
help pains
,
cry
irnamental expressed the esteem In when they are safely within doors they Sunday, July (1th.(
dizziness hciiulaohes, laver
complaints
irbich' Miss Burkhardt Is held by her get out the camphor and witch hazel When other medicines have failed takeFoley's I For Railroad Commissioner. nausea, bowel disorders., Such, troubles
inany friends. bottles and bathe their arms and necks Kidney Cure. It has cured when Vote for two: ,
and resolve to remain In the house untilOctober. everything: else him disappointed. Sold A. It. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind.) had JEFFERSON R. IWOWNE.U call for prompt HBO of 1>r. King's New-
Home" recent-
The "Good Will opened Life Pills. They are gentle, thorough
to get; ten or twelve
un times In tho night HUDSON: UlTUK.IIENKV .
? by the ladles of the W. C. T. U. has by li. U. Wilson & Hon. I and had severe backache and pnlns In E. DAY. nnd guaranteed to cure. 2flo at. B. R.
feeen somewhat disturbed by the pestiferous Wilson Sou's drug store
the kidneys. Was cured by Kidney .
Foley's
) JOHN n. WARD.
BR.WCHITIS
FOR 20 YEARS. Mrs.Mlnera .
mosquito. A debate was on for Eau Gallie.Warm Cure. Sold by II. )to Wilson A Son J. N. WHITNEK.
'One evening, and later an evening I of so- Smith, Danville, 111., writes: "I WEATHER REPORT.
ejal pleasure, with ice cream and cake- bad bronchitis for twenty years, and never
but all Is given up for a time. The ladies got relief until I used Folev's Honey HANCOCK'S: LIQUID SULPiIUhfcures1'rickiv For RrpreapntAUvv In this Assembly ?: -
"c mnectnd with this philanthropic work and Tar, which Is a sure cure." Sold by summer weather during the Heat In ono application at J. By Rev. JI\". II. White, observer for

t serve more than passing/; notice. Sue. B. R. Wilson}; Son. past week. li. Screveu's drug Store.Georgiana.. Vote for one : Weather Bureau, U S. Government

c 'as will undoubtedly crown their noble I Quantities of fine watermelons now 8UMMAHV: FOIL JUNK, 1IMU:
WADK'; if .TONES.
Goslingsville.Pineapples W. II. MrFAIiLAND. Lowest IIHh" 71.0
fish continue to be
of
TREAT YOUR KIDNEYS for RIIEUJS Large quantities Mean for the month,. . 81.1
JS ATISM.-When you suffering fromr shipped trom Eau Gallle daily: J. II. Brown, of Plant City arrived For Tax ASM "8ur. Average moan for 21 years 70.A

eumatism the kidneys must be attend. are rushing now. Alex. Near paid Eau Gallle a visit on here on Filday afternoon.Miss Vote for one t highest ', "inlSPO I 83.4:
e to at once so that they will eliminatet J, L. Middleton wears leggins now to Saturday. He is delayed by n shipmentof I.owest" in I H1,7:1.14:

10 uric acid from the blood. Foley's keep the mosquitoes off. pipe. Mary Wlufeld l returned from T. F. WOOTKN.U. \Rainfall In Inchon . . ll.lt
1 idney Cure Is the moot effective! remedy Palm Beach on Thursday of last week. B. HTBWAHT.For Average for :2fl years. . 7.U
t+r this purpose. R. 1'. Hopkins, of Po- G. Beck's party at the ball on last Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houston and family Grandma: Munson ireatest In Lrli(1.: ( 14.2H 1

l 14r, Wis., says: "After unsuccessfully Saturday evening was a success. of Houston.Fort Pierce are visiting Captain; visit to Dujtona; and DoLand returned on from the :lht her Tnx Collt'ctor' Least In 181H) >. O.M

otorlng' three years for rheumatism The Seaboard Air Line man who visited John Vote for one : Prevailing direction of wind . !W<
ith the best doctors, 1 tried Foley's Wawa last Sunday, is a fine singer. Our citizens will divide the racing ult.J. Number of clear tlitys. . . ll>
Idney Cure and it cured me. I cannot boats bouts between Titusville and Foil. W. Bruner and little daughter, Miss 15. W. HALL. fair 8.t
a eak too highly of this ,great: medicine." Misses Aggie and Maggie Young:, of Pierce on'the Fourth. Winnie, went to Cocoa; and retained on 1'. A. J\lc\ III.r.AN. cloudy . 6
j >Id by B. H. Wilson & Son.4tU Cutler are visiting relatives at Wawa. Saturday. 0 days with rain . 8
II. U, Hodgson and Mica A. Florence '
For Treasurer
Miss Mabel Gregg ii going to haul her Hodgson leave for New York and other Miss Cora Munaoii spent a pleasant County Island Home,

CUTS, BURNS AND OPEN SORES boat out this week and treat it to a new points north on Saturday:\ the ftth Inst. day, Tuesday, with Auntie Hughes and l Vote for one t Morrltts Island, FIn
use Hancock's Liquid /Sulphur:: at J. D. coat of paint. the jMUKen Winnie Dixon, Beth Uruner
Screven's store.White George and Frank Houston will\ each and JOHN HENUY.
drug Nelllo
Mullihan's Owen. K12AL KMTATI3/ FOIl MALI
Mr launch
Is
O. 1C. now. JOHN II. WYNN.
sail\ a teeing boat on the 4'h inert at FUI.tPierce.
and he makes a trip to the "SI uart dock" the Miss Mamie lfoluhes.of -
the In SharpeR
family
Keep money' on me
As AdmlnUtratoi-H tf the, Estate of
City. every morning before daylight. boys. down, batnrday, to attend tho Baldwin- For ProHfciitlng Attorney < .
Brown William Treutler, dvcciisml, We offer at
., Our teacher, Miss Martin, Is so .well The steamer Kathleen returned at two bridal wedding. She accompanied the Vote for olle' .ilvaln I sale the following described Iloal
pleased with our little town that she a. m. on :Monday, with a large lightei, party us fur us Sliarposon Monday/ 1 Estate, belonging to said Estate:

I Where, oh, where do the mosquitoes thinks she can leach the soven monthsout having llnlshed the tow lug contract from Mr. and :Mrs. IIII ht'll. Mrs. A. I.. 1).. J110'1'1'T.. OAULDEN.U. No. 1. Soul:
>me from ? here. Cocoa. Uruner and daughter, Miss lieu and
F. J. WKHH. No. 2. All of N1 of NKi Section 31
,
Take note of the announcements of We are thinking of boxing up the surplus S. B. Whltncre, of the Eau Gallle Miss Winnie Dlxon were calling.. on Mists' Township: South:; Range 1J7 East covered .,

", ndidates published In the AOVOCAIK. mosquitoes and sending them to Ramie C..., has puichaned for his own Myrtle BaldIn and. Dr. Wlttfeld and For Fish aid| Oaniw 1Varien with water, lying In mild !Eau< (Until
White City: by Mr. Beck, who visits that private use a handy and fast little naphtha wjle on Friday nf lei noon.
i Mr. Middleton, the sawmill man, of place every Sunday.: launch. Vote fur one \River and Eau OHllle hey containingabout
nsllDftville, was the guest of George MIssMyitle Baldwin entertained the :10 nctes mom or \lusit.
oak on Sunday. Invented; by Oliver Bradford, a pair of The schooner Cygnus' formerly ownedby mem ben of her Sunday> : school duns on T. A. IlOnrN1'ION' No. 3. Sold
paper trousers to keep the tnosvulcoes Walton true of 'Iltusvllle, Is moored Thursday aftei noon. It MRS n very plens- KD.) HtrMMKIM.IN.: No. 4. Tlmt portion of SWtf, Section
A. Laoi"nt has put In a 27f; mill to off. He has nol a patent on them yet, In Eau: Galllo's: harbor. The owners are ant affair, although tinned with sadness, It. A. H.VUDEE. :Townnlilp :27 South Rongu, :37 FAst,
.blob he has attached a horizontal force but expects to get one .efore long. engaged In fishing. for each one felt It might be the lust commencing at point 870 feet West from
pump'..f considerable power, and be hasa T time they would see their dearly loved For County Commissioner, 1st 1)Ist. Northeast corner pout on ti Section line
liberal supply of fine, clear writer. Foley's Kidney Cure purifies the blood The launch Rover, owned by parties and faithful young teacher, and her upright as aforeHuld, and HO feet South of said M
Vote for
Is her one
'Hjohn brother' In Jacksonville, having machinerylifted ChrUtlnn life, good advice and loving : Section Una for a stalling point, thencerun
Britt and we here on by straining out impurities, and tones up
The work Is
of her
l out being words of warning against will JOHN U. WALKER: South 42 feet, thence East IOu foot
Sunday, from Ankona, where they are the whole system. dues; kidney and bladder boat wrorg
staying.; Mr. Britt has bought 20 acres troubles. Sold by Wllsou & /Son done In Hodgson's yard. never be forgotten by them. O. .'It.\ DPKEN.: thence South 41U: fret, thence, West to

orpine land, and will plant several acres Capt. Bennett Is making arrangements hurl ,. Suction line, thence North 5'H: ft, thence)

I lupines this year.Ir. to place a powerful gasoline motor In If It Man Lie to You, For County 1 Enst 717 feet, more or less, ton. point 10f
Fort Pierce.Mr. the houeo-boat Rndiuster. With this I feet West Southwest/ corner of plat of
for
Lockhart, of whom brief mentions addition the Rochester will be the most And say some other salve, ointment, Vote one: I Memo, thence South ItO feet, theno
made In last week's ADVOCATE, has commodious house-boat on the East lotion oil or alleged; healer Is as good ns JOHN It. MIO'r, East 760/ feet to West side ul 1"'. E. C.
rcbased a cow and calf and some poul- Nesbitt left for Jacksonville on Coast. Bucklen's Arnica Halve, tell him thirty Hallway right/ of-wsy thence North oW

He intends to make himself corn- Sunday on a business trip. j Major: II. L. Jnrd.ii had) his melon years of m.uvelons: cures of piles, burn, For ('olluty Commlnsloner 3rd IMst.ittf ,, 'sr "ldoot F. E.: C. \Hallway. right-of.
, f table, and raise" everything tbat can taut week. nrills. corn", felons, ulcers, cuts, wilds" way (CMI) reel, thence Ensl to pnintof beginning
raised In this locality.Mr. Miss Mary Summerlii, of Sebastian, Is patch cle"neIIIV by raccoons fur one jIt. '
bruises and rHlluind. l
skin em >lnns| prove ll'n. the oxcrnt'Ing rltfht-of-wav
heard tlv
The neighbors AlIII'r| praying'
Lamont has been visiting friends a pleasant: visitor In town for a few days. on di-coveilntf the los, and will make i lifmt nnd cheapest., 2.;">c at U. R. Wilson A. PONKLINO. through said land, (;'ontululng about 25

Eden and Jensen this week. Ills son, Jas. Bell has returned to :New Smyrna oath that they heard scripture quota. i .fc 8on's drug "tore.South .t. '1'. HNELL.: ae-Including thy County rORd. This
who is employed In the/general store after spending a few days with his family. lion of various kind In coiroburail..n tract hint ft voung IIro..f MX) or WH1

James Neal, of Jensen, bad the mls- Henry Klopp left on Tuesday for points of the fact.ElIllene.8.. For foil' it ty Connnltsaloner,4th. Dint.) trees on It, sod! an Hrtmlun well, eto.
rtune to quite severely Injure his arm Rockledge.The No. 6. DOllln lit SouthcaHC. corner oflot
north to ascertain political sentiments for
Randall, who spend his Vote one:
t week, but It Is Improving. now, or formerly, owned by J. L. llar-
after the of candidates.
custom winters on the E*.l Coast, with Eau Oal- .
JOHN (t. JON KM.II. : rl..n, theme run ,South. across Elbow
Last week your correspondent made Mrs. O. N. Die and children, after lie as headquarter, Is now at tb Ocean moniiiltoes| are playing ping pong 1. KLOPP. creek to North boundary of land belonging
DDtlon of the receipt some fine honeym spending a few do\ysln town visiting her house ttwumpsoo'it\ MASS. Mi. Randall this week.E. : to Win. Ti utl..r, thence (East along/

> Mrs. Dutton. This week dire friends left for TUusvllle on Monday. ha Invested In an Automobile for use !\r. ItrreHe took a trip to Melbourne For "County Commissioner 3th flat t. Heoilon line which I I... Iii. North boundary
ftnsen U the one who deserves special during this summer season, and has already last of Wm. 'f.utl.'slaull"rtb!'>/ bank
[ontlon- In the ADVOCATE columns; and Archdeacon B. F. Brown held servicesIn run the machine over l.mtO mile" Friday.Ye Vote fur one: s lit Klbow creek thence West along bank

I bough the honey was of different f tl.iv- /St.:: Andrew's chapel last !Sundaymorning with the most Inxlirnlficnut repair. scribe has' been under the "weatherthe .1. F, DELL of said creek to,,point of beginning, bring
botn were dellcLoun. nod evening to large. congregations / These machines are Improving almost past week. In section :21. Tow nsblp 27 South, Range

Tbe officer elected In the Sunday weather notwithstanding and the numerous; exterior mosquitoes.The warm. daily In efficiency. Mr. McCollough, who has been quit For Member County: li'fard of Public Instruction. :)7 Eust. l'hl land U covered with the

boot last Sunday were: Mr. Dutton, choir was ably attainted by Mrs. Stetson : 111 with malarial! fever, Improving.! wsteis. of the creek.
pt. Mr. Poppell, asslstant-snpt. ; Ed Sound kidneys are safeguards of life. N'". (I. Hold.
r Frlpp; ,secretary ; Mrs. J. Campbell, and II. I. Klopp. Make tbe kidneys healthy with Foley's Mrs. 'J. E. Hettler I. till In very poor Vote for one for each District: No. 7.:' f Commence about 0 chains 83

jaaurer; Edgar Poppell, librarian; Mrs The members of the Methodist and Kidney Cure. Sold by WIUoo A: Son. health, and does not seem to Improve hat DUtilce. links West from Northeast corner of

,itton, organist. The Superintendent Episcopal choirs decided sometime ago Some ..f the orange; and grapefruit JOINS: Sf. DIXOV. section :20, Section lino between See-,
pointed Mr. Lamont chorister. Let U> surprise Mis Elizabeth Hartntune, trees are blooming since the recent rslus.We tlims t7and2: <>. run WcHtOohalim' : links,
do all we can to build up tbe achoo.I :. the uriranlst of both churches. ao accord. Indianola.The .!end DUtilotK. thence Mouth 10 chains M links, thenre
rt ingly they contributed enough to purchase were surprised when we learned N, ANDRKWM.: Soma h(10( dourer. 30"" "D.sII. East: :H t chat ns
the organ In the.Mcthodist church Frank Warner had cloned out bl," business K. V. HALL to Eau Oallla, River thence follow the
'I
Saves a Woman Life. (* new organ,: having been ordered for the \Idea of self-preservation from the sit suddenly, and /gone to pelhitm, W. U. 11ICADDOCK Sr. shore of Eau. (Inllle Klrvr In an Easterly
HfTo have given up would have meant church) and presented It to Mrs. Hart,i moHquttoDK' Lisa driven every other idea M. Mr. ( "<>nt* hall temporary charge of direction to a point due Mouth from place
.
Bath for Mrs. LolsCragg, of Dorcbenter, stoue all a small token la return for her away, and aim at stopped' out-door work the Smith ,grove, and J. E. Bottler the 3rd DUfrlrt. o( beglnnlnit, thence north lo point of

i I.as. For years she bad endured untold services as organist: Hue: knew nothingof ; for tbe time being.A Jackson grove. j. E. Fur/rz. beginning, containing\ sores, more or

RtfsA-y from a severe lung trouble and three proceedings until they were great many orange trees are beingset We are sorry lo learn of the continuedpoor lens, and known a* the Kltchell place
bstinate cough. "Often," she writes,"I ready spring tbe aurprl"8." M n. Hart- out in this locality: but the men are henl'h of cur esteemed winter re l- For :\fl'tubt'r of the County E x w 111J v eCommittee. No. 8. NBA; of Section 28. Township

Mild scarcely breathe and sometimes stone was on her way to give her music working under great dlAidvaniagnu, In ; dent Notre: BiUtol. If lie can worry 17 South, Ranee *<7 Kant: containing W
,iWild not speak. All doctor.* and reme- lessons when she was met by the members having to fljbc mowjulloos at the same through the northern summer, another Mid, lees railroad rlarbt-ofwlI"
lea failed tilt I used I>r. King's New of both choirs who demanded: the time. Florida winter will| | bring birD out all Vote for one at large' jH. No. l 1)>. NWt4 of "Section Townshlp!

'Irtoovcry Consumption and wnscomtely keys to her residence. She handed them A very heavy wind and rainstorm recently right. H. WILSON." 27 South, Range :17 last: containing 1HO
cured." Sufferers from coughs over with antonlnhmentand much speculation J. S. H\W'I''KN.
vUlie this section The rain we acres, less railroad right-of-way.
.tllI, throat and lung trouble need tblspo,1 although the real trutb was as re- .
remedy for It never disappoints. mute from her thought as the poles were especially thankful fur, sit It Improved Don't Full to Try TliIH. No. 10. 41 (HO-lOoJacres, Jets railroadrlght.f.w"y.
tbe pineapple crop very much. Vote for two for each DUtrlct : of Lot 1 and of
being
when the situation had part
i is Is guaranteed by B. R. Wilson ..ttab. : finally grown I Whenever an honest trial I Is given to
Price 50o and $1. Trial bottles free.For ludicrous and began/ to resemble A holdup Children' Day exercises were observed Klecttlo Bitter for any trouble It N recommends 1st. DUtrlof.V. NEof NWttf, Section 5, Township 27
beT let her into the secret. She on Sunday, June 22nd with a short for, permanent core will be Mouth Rang a7.Eastl knowo as J. I .

Sale. joined la the laugh, and the moving of I but pleasing: programme. Thanks are surely of,'.'ted. It never fall to tone A. MOKOAN.K. Stewart place.Vn. .
tbo organ, which Is a splendid) one, proceeded j| due to all who kindly and heartily tonk the store tub, regulate the kidney, sndbowels :. L. Bit ADV. 11. Lots 17and, 18, block 4, Town
1, W. )It. HA UJlH'i.: of .Eau: Oallie.
to he little borne. Mrs. part-epecially to" pet Dixon and Pearl :
cosy stimulate the liver
Ln Ideal home Indian River about "" iavignrttte ,
on ; J. N. WALLKIt. No' 12. Lot 1 block l Town of East
the gift much. Bradford, who made such a effort to .
no acres of land good house, painted Hartstona apprecates very I the nerves end purify the ]t>loo pe ;
j allle. claim deed for this
come across tbe river to assist" and also Quit only-
; wonderful tunic fur run-down 2nd. District.
4W In good fruit trees, shade systems.Electric
; held) under Tax Titls.
t ;ps, tropical shrubs and flowers. A TWO BOTTLES CURED HIM.='I'' to the dear little tot, Charlie: Heed and Bitter JJo.ltlvelyeur", .. kidney H. S. WILLIAMS. For prices and terms address

454 er falling spring of pure water. Price was troubled with kidney complaint for Elizabeth Storm. and liver trouble, *tomacb dlionlen, W. II. SIIAKI'K.
as ll rte, good reasons. for selling. For about two years," writes A. II. Davie, of I nervousness, uleeplensoess, rheumatism, F. A. MORGAN and W. H. JONES,
her particulars, address, Mt. Sterling:, I*.. "but two bottles of Fo A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock's .aralj1i; _, and expels. mtlarU.. Satisfaction 3rd. 1>I.t riot. As Adtnlnlslratrs of the Eatat. of Wm
J. W. C. ley's Kldoey Core effected a permanent I j Liquid\ Sulphur will\ euro any case of giiarsateeil by B. R. Wilson A: Son. E. B. ARNOLD rrcutlcr dcceaiiod.Tltusvllle .
Cure ADVOCATE Titusvflle'Vlav cure." bold\ by B. R. Wilson A !Son.: Ground Itch, at J. B. Screvcn's. Only 6t' centl. K. G. HARDEC. Florida.






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'r. reposed In its nest lor over a- year .na ,. "THE EAST COAST OP FLORIDA ,
;: f : was right at hand while the house was IS PARADISE REGAINED."

I'''i -.... being searched as if for a needle. S ? ; :Ilrli1".j lit6J3

: When the paper was placed In the Iway f
dl
: : hands of the attorneys they did not 6

il')' : rush with it to Marks and give him an e FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.

'1/ ;; V alternative. They wanted to trap and x

Ij : punish the fellow: and no they began
t j, suit and finally got him on the witness ...,.. 'op ,N LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.

j" ''II stand. There he perjured himself over

I,' I and over and added to the penalty, but W\ SOUTHBOm>-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ. UP.These .
be was game to'the, end. lIe chargedthat '
; ( 4 No. 38 No. 35 No. 70 No. 32po'y
\ it was a put up Job to ruin him MAIN LINE
Deny Dolly Daily !
: i: and denied with tbe greatest earnestness

2 j \ that he had ever seen the paper. ;l Cyrb 600pelOtSaLv.................. .1&oklon..I1I. ..................Ar 7/7p 8 tOo 1605n1WISa
sized for what be Lv..................St. Jaoklon"UI............ .. ....Lv IS I' 8425 .,.
14tH The Jury him up 616 F'\'l18na .......................St. Au tu tll.............. ........... II fJ P 740a ...,3td
was, however and after a sharp legal 646p. 2p ...... ...............U..t.lhll. ..... .... ... .. II 7ma
Ski' Oranges require 8 to 10 cent. of fight the will was admitted and tbe J cop! Op ........................E..tP..I..tk........................ es p e Boa &:'"
I, per .4. J 'P .......................... Neog.! ........,.... ........... i 171' e17a 0'.
'I Impostor got twenty years In prison.If P1 f Ill! 1!Op ..........................Bunnells' ......... .. ........... .4 0'1' 6
Actual Potash.The wonder over the line of reasonIng PI I 3 > ...... ..................,1.noint........................... 3111,. 6 59.I i
you V IS 1 91 I ...._....................O "'o"d............... ........... lip Seta! wo
i : that enabled me to discover the ... IS tot' 11I3p ..........................I>..yroo&............:.............. 814p a2a "
value of Potash for will let me make it clear to you. 1+4,4 .Y B 89 j.. .. .. ... .. .. !ge.................. ...... 9 011 I' 11111.. 4S. n
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have 800 ...... ... ..NewPortSm t 41 II 66. :
I 1 1 is an established fact. We As a "doubtful" man'I have to study 4 StojJ ......IJ. 'II' .. ... ....Oak IIfll...........,.......::::::. ., p ....... 1I:5
: human nature and more or less :y ...... & .........................Tltull"II1............;.......:..... 1'9p ..... !M!.!g
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a ( some interesting pamphlets on pay :I ....... I ...........................Cocoa...........:............... 13 P ....... al : 1 1 orange growing, which we send attention to criminology. On several .$c .... 01 p .........................Rockl..d"e. ........................ 10 p ....... <SI
l r different occasions I have bad ....... aop .........................E..uGallJo..l t tOp .._... iCt
free to all applicants. my illF : ....... 91' .........................Melbourne.O ......................... 1 Up........ a d
p t\\ b apartments searched by: the pollee for ....... ii j ..........................8eba.tlftn......................... 1 Craa ....... ,
r I I GERMAN KALI WORKS evidence. :I ;'" ....... ics" ..........................St.Lucle".n 060...... N.i'8
I 93 Nis.au Si,New Vork. Incriminating They never ....... gOp ......................Jo-or'Plo ..e........................ 11 OOa ....... +
; 1 1j' found anything, simply because I bad ....... UP.........................White CItJ'..............:..........101 a....... .i1i'.
I \ concealed nothing. In the matter of Tri-Weekly Sailings o ....... 6 i1 V..........................Tlbh&l............................ 10 Sl: a....... !St
I',' ....... t8p ............................Ed..n.. ............................10 8.. ....... ;:
'' w J the official communication from the ) ....... IS BOp ...........................J..n.en........................... 10 2 i a....... ti
Free and and ....... .. .. ..................8tu.rt. ... . 11145. SiC
it YORK.Calling o
; P Accented Masons. German government which was BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE NEW ...... IhaP ........................lIope Sound......................... 0 H a....... r l
i d claimed. I bad purloined from the foreign ....... .......................Weet1upltAr........................ .(18:10.: ...... J'tII 1-
'i r arrested and at S. C. both 92 a ....... .a ..............----West I'alm B.ach..................... 8 GSa ....... t4 1a
office first "
they )
; Charleston ways ....... 8 ..................... .Boynton .................... 8 88 a..... _1>'r
I searched my person even ripping off ...... D hp...... ........ .....Pt. Lauderdale....................... T sea.. .... C
1 j the heels of shoes. Then four keen The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe .. ........................Lemol1 City........................ //l63a.......
: Indian No. 90Tltusvllle my ....... ................ ........ ..............,.. .......Lv. 64an....... p
I ""i. ''j witted detectives spent a week in my -'
BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 811 AND '18.DRANOn .
River tore of
j apartments and actually some Clyde New England and Southern Lines --r
ir tbe walls out and went over every Direct Service Between
[I I'' lodKO. Florida. of furniture inch inch. LINES SCHEDULES.
piece by They
Holds its meeting the eooml and fourth FrlTitus. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
found and I In
laughed
I! L of each month. a\ the late Armory, nothing/ my No. 87 No, 66 51. 63 No.49 No.47 PALATKA No.40 No. 43 No. 60 No. 64 No. e6
( rile, at T-TO o'olork p. m. sleeve. During all the search, and for both Daily, l Daily Dally P.1.y Dolly I B73ANOI3. Daily Laity I Dally Daily Dally
)j''' j J. R. Walker Wornlilpf". Master.. I (Calling at Charleston, S. C., ways)
I f ., I J. L. Carruther. Senior warden two weeks after the letter "was"lylfigamong flop V D 1 4, s 825s f.., Palatka r_ a2Oa lea 4 p 26p 1 p
SEMI-WEEKLY: !: SAILINGS _
I" T.gahdera.. ..Junior Warden. a heap of cards InvItations and Southbound; ........................ ..... .. .. .. .. ... .. _....!. .. .from Lewis Wharf Boston 700p etibp 645alrL.PaatkeLvBOna 6p 705pNo.
I'II' I! .1..M.A.Dixon Morgan Tr4aurer.V. R cretary.i tills on the center table of my parlor, Northbound................ .......... .. .............from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville Ne.46 No, e9
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SAN MATEO : ::
\\i J. A. HuKbe, ('ha Bain. and because It was In plain view the r- Du l ? D.IIy BaANCH Dally Lallyf
I .T. B. Boreven, Senior Deacon.
t I R. H. Mime, Jr., Junior Deacon. searchers bad. overlooked It. Again, St. Johns River Line. p 6 10 r v........................ ..............,..,..,,,... 65 a 9 4
k N. (>. Vanland. .nKliara, Senior Bteward.V. when Home mechanical drawings were Clyde 16 0 6 80 a Ar .. .... ...... ...... .. .. Ban Mat. .,.,,..,.,,. ,.., ,..,,,,,., a 8M1 a l a 1010 p
M, Taylor,Junior Steward. (DuUury Line.)
i' r. W. Robert, Tyler. mlsned from the engineering depart.
.1\l I ll1 _._ ment and traced to my house there BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. & B n I Duly 'tluu Dally Dai.y BA)3AN08 n Duly Dolly Duly d1 81ut1b
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1 was n search lasting three days and Stopping at Palatka, Actor,St. Francis, BerenfurJ (DeLaml), Blue. Spring and intermediate land- Extl
tb.St."obu'.Klv..r.STEAMER -
.i: : A QUiET BIT yet the papers rested on a shelf In thebutler's InK*on ; 64 0 p 63 8001)I9 8o a Lv Jaokeonvilte A 7 OO a 8 40 a OI p 9 O p 920
jj "LOUI8I3. Capt. C. II. BKOCK. 9i3p 961p SJackeon'neLv Si2a H81s1262P 802p 9Up
pantry all the time. I bad onlyto IS AFPOINTKD TO SAIL A" FOLLOWS 033p j34 1) 30 p{ 840pO10a ""Pnb.oBeech "" 620 is 800a i20 p 580p 943p

:V OF WORK size Marks up'a* a man who would Leave Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville..Tuesday.' anlll'l..turd..y.'. ..at B00: p. m. 0 60 729p 44 6 63 3 00 n X10 80 a Ar Maypert Bolt Lv C13it a 00 a 7 40 2 03 610 9
P p a m 23
not overdo the thing to guess where he l..eaveBanCord. ..... .... .... .... . .. .. .. .. . ...MondalsandThursdays. .. atatooa.m. p p pI
lxie Flyer Route Sleeping Car operated on train. S and 99.Ne. .
,. t would concent tbe
will and I hit him
I Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. .

I i L tCopyrlzht.. IMS: by C. D. Lewis off the first time.-- -------- M. QUAD. 11 -- BANFORD I No. 12 I No. 3 NO). 1 ORANGE CITY No. 2 No, 4
...... F.M.IRONMONGER.14.Aest./ : Qen.Pass. Agt. 1-
Kaat'n 1. ( I I I
0. HAGKRTY Agt. I I
; During the lust of his life Dally B.tIANOIL l1..lIy Daily< Daily B.KA.NCK Dally
r'! years TO CURE: A COLD: IN ONE DAY 1\1\ State'! St.!, New York. I aw+ Went Bay Bt..ack."nvlllo.. Via t I Dally
James Burslleld the retired manufacturer TI1O3. D. HALEY Local "'re'lbtAttellt. I j O. : ...... 90 3 05 .. .
l Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets P.LOVEt.LAest.k1..Bupt. s p pII010 .V'i. e.n' na.Ar 2 15 p 6 3
i toot .lol.n8t. .Jaokaon villa,t la. | onvllle,Fla. V 18. ...... 07 319 1121.. J..I..ke. fielen..Lv y
Bo
p p 4 40
'r ,, who was known to be worth All druggists refund the money It It fallsto JOHN. L. HUW Superintendent! Font Hcpuu Ht., JuukauuvillH. n... 8 8S..I........tUB'V.I..A.1. 11 6.1: a 4 03 p 1189 a Lv..Orange 90 p p 4 21 p
E. W. Grove's Is THEO. O. KOKK: General Maiiaicer. \VM. .- CLVOK: a uO: .. funeral Agents.CUenebroutfU 86 CO 1145 Cltj..LV
1'1 at least ;230.000. with various cure. signature on P _a MOra..ge 16 p 4 U p
,, N'i''' quarreled! each box. 2110ts.Climbing Building. Itf State St.,Opposite Battery Park, *ew York. : e0 : '::::.. :::I; 1100 :
::1 r rpla tlveK. Including his son and O. II. WALTON" Agent, Tltuaville! Fla.SE.A.JB .
,, Time Table..hnw the times at whl-h trains may be expected to arrive and depart
,,1 natural heir, and when he died a will from the several. itarlons, but their arrival or departure at the times stated !.not guaranteed,
; '' nor does the Company hold itself responsible)for any delay or any consequence analog therefrom. *
'I'I was produced which gave most of bIll Mountains .

I property to his VII let. This will, as It
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:ti H I ;was proved was made by a lawyer of A Perilous Pastime Peninsular and Occidental Steamship I Connections at Miama.

I W I j3 hady reputation, but wall In proper AIR LINE RAILWAY. BKTWHKN MIAMA,, KEY WEST AND HAVANA
: form in every respect and had to be Nearly all the accidents on the Alps
BOTJTHBOUJJTJ.Z.T. NORTHBOTJITD.Lv. : .
I admitted. The valet whose name was are due to the hardiness of tourists

r. fli Marks hnd been In service about three who do not take guides or only take )[Iam&.,M.v.. Weda..................11 Dip Ra..n.,Tlte Thur. .................10 00.
f Capital City Route. Ar. Key \\e.t,TUP. Thura..............la 81 pAr. Key We.t.Tue..TI1ura.> ............... t son
r"I, il. years. A reputable Inw firm hnd drawn one when two or three are jiecpBsary I.r. Key V eat, TUPS. Thurs.............. 7 30 p Lv. Key West. Tuen. Thure............... 7 sop
up a' will for Surslield five yours be. to insure safety The guides: ore cautious The Shortest Route. Ar.Iravannwte. F-l i..................600& Ar. Mlama.. We.... Frls ......... .......... 6 Oot

I I foF his death. This will could not be ,because they know the real dangers The Best Line. For copy of Local Time Card addrea any Agent.J. .

/i'': found but In place pf it curve the will of climbing) and they have their D. RAIINER Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
in favor of the valet and dating back own reputations to consider. Though Only line with Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to "

r' only a year. The luwyera! engaged by tbey may be entirely tire from blame :::SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDK.V: hOUTHEUN PINES, RICHMOND,
t the son felt sure Unit there were a conspiracy In case of an accident tlll'lr'nn me will NEW YORK
WA8H1S0'l'U.s. BALTIMOUK, PHILADELPHIA, .. ,. ._
t. and ti plot aril that the Drat alwnys be connected with the disaster. < ''{L. I O>.u
1 WITH PULMAN'S BEST UAR3.:
: j; will bad been destroyed or suppressed It hi n Muck mark against: them and
; ,I H IJI I and the Bocond will, wits a deception. though they have The Florida and Metropolitan Limited, a solid ve llbuled train, St. Augustine and I FOR.Ria. .

,r ,I If he had diwtro.vud tin will he madly hundreds Jacksonville to :New York, consltiUiiKof Dining, Compartment, Composite, hsnond Washington Baltimore
Observation and Drawing Room Sleeping! Cars.:] 1 1Aahtlvtlle
"J'j' would l feel perfectly safe and perhaps Of difficult ns- m Philadelphia Boston Atlanta

j ri i" boast of It. As he hnd not done so, the C e n t s without Only line operating daily through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleans Chattanooga Louisville \

J# I Ii'I K conclusion\ wall reached that the paper mishap beforethe For sleeper reIlOI'VlltlO&lIll1lld further Information' write_ ',,.... Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas CityPittsbursj r

,11' I : was still in exlntence.' It la a curious f one unfor-' A. O. MACDOXELL, A..ht. Gen. l'"IIIf. Agt. Jacksonville, Floilda. Detroit ClevelandChicago
di J fuel that criminals are loath to destroy tuna to expedition J. M. HAKK, R. E. L. BUNCH, .
etc.
1 11 "j certain evidence against,:; them. Dozens their' reputation t I. V. P. 4 O. M., Uen. Puss. Agt. Ii ,

I I J of Instances can be cited where papers suffers. I'OKTSJEOUTII, VA.Dixie .

It'I 'f'' which would convict them offhand That great __ ___ -- J- -- -. J
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1t >> have been preserved tor years Instead nerve and coolnpRHnreneeded f. oneSOUTUfRN

{..I :::1 of promptly destroyed I do not propose In '.. Flyer Route .

,t ''i to lions of what 1 have done, but simply mountain climbing

. .:: 1'1 to admit that 1 mu u pretty slick lit evidenced r f14Jr NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, & ST. LOUIS RAII.WAYand_ RAilWAY

''; :i man. I had called on young .Mursfleld'suttornojs In the Illustration ( WESTERN: : & ATLANTIC RAILROAD, I
I 't'? : r for legal advice, and by accident of a tom'lstnUll -route of the-

; the case clime up to be talked of. guide climbing -
, i, j ;! I did not enter Into their employ Theyen the most dangerous CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN I ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS: E
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hIlt would be worth noruuch to them part of and

I'''I'df' if.the will was found and I set out to the MuitscbonRtolc. x DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING: CARS., THe SoutHern's Palm Limited

, 1 i," i : find it. I heard all that had taken Tho guide The Chicago and Florida Limited ia quickest train from St. Augustine nnd THe '

: 1 Jl: place, and I retired to think the matter !going first, ''sup Jacksonville. Washington RicHmond and ,

Ii !i / over. ports himself' by Chattanooga, Nmhvllle, Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago with Pullman's Florida Limited ;
''I' ;; Let nio ask the reader where he attaching the finest Observation and Drawing I H'wmi' Sleepers, Dining care. etc., through without

;, ; I would hnvo looked for that paper? rope' to a point i change: The fa noun Dixie Fiver all the year round sleeper via.. Atlanta and THe. New YorK and Florida Express ,;r.TO J.
Martin to bt. Louis, without change '
through
inch of t
: Every the house had been of rock and then THE EAST.
( For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...
The will
f ,' : probed. was not In Mark'sstrong pulls iip tho
.1 I I box nor yet In safe deposit In (' II 111 bel'. The E. J. WALKElt: Fla Pass.Agt' Jacksonville. Fla. THe Chicago and Florida Special

"? I a bunk. It was not lying in a book slightest: slip' 1 C. E. HARM AN, Gen. Pass. Agt. H. F. SMITH, TiafHd Manager
I in the library, bidden under a floor nor may mean deathto Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. THe Florida Limited

concealed" In a secret drawer It .
was both.
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'I TO THE NOXTH AND WEST.
i not among the rubbish In the garret There aie many I

f. nor yet lu an empty wine cask down guides In S\\It-' .%

,I : 't cellnr. The search of the house bad ec rluud who have pLANT SYSTEM.
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Pullman Sleeping Car Line
Jacksonville to Cincinnati Tta
:; been too thorough to have overlooked worked 1 at theIr dangerous profession'
Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky"Through
I It. My first move was\ to pet sight of for twenty and even thirty years and .
.I'r ,, Marks. As soon as I saw him I read trains via The Southern Railway are operated In
I have "ne er lost n life"-that U the expression
) craft and cunning in his character and The Great Through Car Lino from Florida.-Connections: connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
There others
t c : they use. are ,
II J r 1// got my line. If he had not destroyed equally expert ami with equal coolnexa To the East via all rail The Atlantic Const Line, via. Charleston, Richmond Pullman.. Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all thro1&htrains.

I 1' ;' tho will' ho had realized that it mightbe and courage, who are haunted by 111 WashIngton.. TU Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbiaand
\.' I searched for and he would_ avoid luck. Washington. Ask fbr Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.

J ;; the mistake of hiding too securely. There Is one man, for Instance: a Ger To the West t The' Southern R'y via" Jesup, Atlanta. and ChatUnoogo. The L A
It may surprise you to learn that you men who has seen no fewer than fourteen x, via MontRomery.: The Southern Ivy via !Savannah, Columbiaand
cannot hide a shilling piece In your people &go to their deaths on the Ashevllle. The M & 0 It') via' Montgomery./ H. V. CAREY, Fl*. Pa.. Agt. 108 V. Bay SU Jicijonvtlfc, FLa.

house against n systematic search by mountains, jet his brother guides will To the East t ..\Steamship.. Vii Savannah. and Ocean S S Co., for New York, S. H. HARDVICK V. H. TAYLOE.Oenaal
; dftectheH. You may bed It Into a tell you frankly that be Is one of the I'hlUdelphla< and Uoston. via Savannah, and Merchants* Miners .
". plank or plaster it into a wall but It cleverest mountaineers ever born. Transportation Company for Baltimore.To )Paicenger Agent, Aj't G
moat come to light. Marks bad the Key Went and Havana, yla Port Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental SteamshipsTo Washington, D. C Atlanta Ga.
natural to realize and he Scotia Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada, ,
cunning this Nova Cape
Laugh, and tie world laughs with ....... 1902. .
3. 15.
+ line for and Charlottestown.
Halifax Ilawkesbury
I :* would therefore go to the opposite: : Atlantic and Plant Steamship .
you; weep and tee world laughs: at
Hi- : treme. Ills coachman was in the employ I
I: :, : of the attorneys ami I had only "ou-St.. Louis Ftai S"J'l.\2' : %. :IrL TC>tXXt=s2's TXOEiEJ'1"S:: ;

i i'ti ''i.il' three or four questions to ask the man. will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern, Western and Southern States to
['1 t, Did Marks ride or drive? lie never ................................ all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of 1901-19U2, limited THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
I'I & used a saddle horse; but drove a good pl to return until May :31st, with liberal stop-over privileges In Florida. ,
'd I.." ))7' 'dl'lllio a dogcart What had he bought j Teething j Addresses of parties In the north sent to tha undersigned: will be liberally supplied -
., new since coming into possession of with all Information and handsome advertising matter. Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada

;; the property? Nothing of account except i Then the baby Is most like- 5 For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, eta, call on or write to

f, ii'' the dogcart. Three nights after 9 ly nervous, and fretful, and ill F. M. Jolly PRICE, $4.00 and $3.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the 0

[fh' I I my interview with the conchniun I was | doesn't gain In weight._ f 138 Wtst Bay St., Aator, Division Block,Passenger Jacksonville: : Agent., Fla., In Use by some or the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.For .

: admitted the to cart.the carriage There!' wns house nothing to overhaul to- j Scott's [Emulsion B. W. W re n n Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah,! Ga. Sale by

overhaul except the cushion of the single \ is the best food and medicine fjP W. B. DEN HAM General Superintendent< Savannah, Ga. Jas. Pritchard & Son ,

: seat and It had not been in rayluinda for teething babies. They TITUSVILLE, FLORID
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two minutes before I found gain from the start. I! SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT: BOAT BUILDERS. _
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p where the lining had been: cut open ff send for free aample.BCOTT .. JOB FRZLTTXHC: -- ,
:J. and neatly sewed up again. I ripped" .l &: SOWN' CUiml.ta( !j:i j
out the stitches thrust hand in d 4o l my ADVOCATE
II SOC. .ud $I.oo.n; dnrggi.ts.i g KINDS JOB PRINTING I OFFICE
the curled and behold the OF ALL
hair ,
:4 among k s'w.a a t e,..a.s'.a.N...a w
will! It wrapped In oil silk and
; not damaged was in.the slllrbte .i. .1 t,bad .. The ADVOCATE does job printing ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. prints all kinds of :3oa: : merclal Stationery, Wedding Stationery, Cards, fill, Etc

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 4, 1902. '7 j



TITUSVILLE. NEWER TYPES OF FLOWERS. PICKING STRAWBERRIES.: : A It is the right of every child i

parenlS to be well born, and to the
: :: IAN' RIVER :eO'"EL"O : The Frilled HrKonla. Fringed Cnrnatluu. !. ae Old bat Frolltubl Patch tVb.r. parents it must look for '
UvcomllT Uahlln and O'h.rn. MOTT. Were liidUtlnrt. health and -

O .mVER. The type of the tuberous begonia to An old strawberry patch which baa R happiness.How F' ''

TITUSVILLE, which the specialists! of u few years I not been thoroughly cleaned, up or kept ReSponSibililg inconceivnblygreat / .

bock set their course was n single In rows is a sort of aggravation but :

FLORIDA. flower as large and as nearly round us 1I0111..tI11yield.' .. better the second year is the parents' J 1) I.
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than the first and will almost always responsibility, and how important that iV ..-
possible, flat, with the edge! of each ..
produce more money value in strawber I no taint of disease is left in the blood ,
segment of tile flower well and sharply rlea \ anything except a few of the ei r e a to be transmitted to the helpless child, entailing the ;molt
BAST
J. O. Proprietor. defined. The sharp clean cut edge most profitable garden crops and com pitiable suffering, and marking its little body with offensive '.

baa always been regarded us the high lug before the vegetables, DIllY be turnDIA.OKAU sores and eruptions, catarrh of the nose and throat, weak eyes, glandular

est type of flower not alone in the be. swellings, brittle bones, white swelling and deformity

iff DUCK: SHOOTING gonlu but also in others, this not so .- F How can parents look upon such little sufferers and not reproach '

I 1 I much because of tile beauty, but because J- themselves for bringing so much misery into the world ? If you have

d and FISIIING. of the difficulty of obteutlon. Asa A any disease lurking in your system, how can :you expect well developed

I Cleanse blood and build health, and
the old time florist 0 healthy children? your own up your
"' Srr. Mateo: $2.50 per day. consequence you have not only enlarged your capacity for the enjoyment of the pleasuresof
using! the term In Its special
sense as
r W life, but have discharged a duty all parents owe to posterity, and.made "
Indicating a connoisseur or fancier of V
$10( and $12 per week. mankind healthier and happier.
flowers-would not allow an attributeof There is no remedy that so surely reaches deep-seated, stubborn blood

artistic merit to Intrude largely Into ., troubles as S. S. S. searches out even hereditary

JACJC8ONVILLK.IDYAL his point of view. If there was a tendency a poisons, and removes every taint front the blood,

to a fringed edge, as In the carnation and builds up the general health. If weaklings

for Instance, It must be suppressed are growing up around you, right the wrong by
putting them on course of S. S. S. at once. It 13/

)! HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. was discountenanced, and all appearance as a bad of feature.grace a purely vegetable medicine, harmless in its effects and can be taken

by both old and young without fear of any bad results. .
Thus It came to be that the very art ._ 8 advise and .
Write us about your case, and let our physicians help you-
I which brought floral I excellence Into a also send book blood and
This will cost you nothing, and we will our on
real position became Inter so hedged In
Skin diseases. THE SWIFT SPKCIFIC CO.. Atlanta. G..
Opposite postofllce. located. and
Centrally Thoroughly repaired re-
with the restrictions of, mathematical FOR PICKING: BERRY PATCH.
conventionality that It ,Isolated", Itself --- -- -
novatod. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, ... ,Into R narrow ,"fancy" the points of ed Into money and the ground used for -
a catch crop of something else. The Official Supply IIouso of The Illinois Fishermen's Association" \
Bates $2.50: per day and up. which were for the Initiated only to rows will be very indistinct and on a )_ _______.. ____.__ __ _n __
gloat over.
large plot of ground It la very dllDcult '
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. But outside the narrow ranks the The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
to keep a gang: of pickers: In line and
bad
florists attracted attention. The
do the best work with the least tram -l\ranufactllrer80f-
million came and saw possibilities of
pIIng and illncord.
artistic merit In some.of the discarded
H
ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE types. Tbus came the fringed carnation An Ohio Farmer writer baa described
of lining
his practice some years ago
FLA. the Japanese chrysanthemum, the
wool binder twine.
out the rows with or p
decorative dahlia and many others. 0
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- Tile frilled begonia Is one of these With a lint for every row, It takes
nearly two miles per acre with row
beautiful which do not
ed this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water subjects conform four feet apart, besides half a wagon
to the canons of the elect, while
bud of short. stakes. It takes a good
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. AU It pleases otbers. As an object of beauty -
deal I of work and much of the twine
It far surpasses. the correct model M "iI
street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. and ls undoubtedly destined to become gets wasted\ as every one Is too busy =

i with berries to attend to taking it -' FISHING NETS and of De! crlptlon. a
Mrs. A. J. popular. We have blooms before us Netting Every
WALKER Proprietor. : When twine was high In price, bu
now-blooms of all the colors of the up. Dualers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, tope, Ktc. tn
the Hues eight feet putting
tribe-and some, especially the semi. put every Originators. Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
SRADUEEZI doubles are fascinating. In these flowers three pickers between each two ]lines. 7.t! ll.SS: E. Indiana St. Chicago, III.

the petals are notched and frilled\ This worked well an turns coveringtbe ,.Mention The ADVOCATIC In your letter...
ground was concerned, but after an I.
In an Irregular manner after the style
hour or so the plotters! were so scattered \Ve are.Members of the Illinois l I_ PUhai. men' MoohHlol1..
of the carnation of the American
he Clarendon Inn and the Breakers gar
[ SEADREEZE. dener.Tempora. that It was Impossible to watch.I
each us was!! necessary for the best re- -
$ luntanter et nos imitamur
Home would be otcr the bill out
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. In Illla." Wliat was the abhorred of suits.
the florist a few yours ago becomes the of eight and would "soger" and cat berries I IF YOU WANT A...

These two commodious houses Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort at their !leisure unions the foreman ..... _
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center of admiration today and who t --- -- -
In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during the cnn say what the nest generation" will kept running/ back and forth.

summer season of 1002.. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, I, bring forth?-L. B. In American Gardening Last/ season on n patch of nn aero
and u half he putln practice a different! Lot '
will pWj.dally, afternoon and evening. .Building
using only forty rods of twine
Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their way, of tho .. ,
and a dozen stakes. A diagram > .
comfort, Rates, $2 to f2. O per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special VALUABLE GOOSEBERRIES. way It was done Is given. The, short

rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla. Krrpiak Colombo. Iniltmtrr Red rows at A were picked without dlvl or A lot with a BUILDING READY FOIL OCCUPANCY,

Jacket and ownlnir. Blon and the balance of the patch was LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, t
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Commenting upon the scant crops of divided shown\ and picked with the ,


GOODALL-OLD SEADItI EZE.ho tree fruits this season, T Greiner remarks rows.'each !separately.! The line between 1'INKAW'LK: I'LANI'ATIONor'I'RUCK GARDEN,

In Farm and Fireside; on the C nail It passed over the top of .
have for ante what are seeking
We probably just
fortunate circumstance that for 'canning a knoll, thus making It easy to see all you

Seaside Inn I OLD SEABREEZE, we have In some of the small tho work. The rows were parallel with ,. Settlers are Hocking In but still there Is room. If ;you art
fruits a reserve that seldom falls UK. the long diagonal ((13 D) and were so "

(DAYTONA) FLA. "If we desire to make sure of a full dlv1.tt'l11hllt the longest were lens 1 : than '. looking this way, drop a line to t ,
>
Opposite Keatlng'a New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern supply of fruits for canning/ we should 1 eight rods. long. The weeds were hot JAS. E. INGRAHAM. 3rd Vlce-Pre-ld-nt.
but that must of the row
plant currant', gooneberrl. rnnplicrrlta. no nnmcrous
hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach In Florida Is now open for followed
Co. centers could be traced and
blackberries! and unices./: My
' the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy, rooms' Exchange and Dining lumbus gooseberries are Inrger thin and( the distance being short tbe fast' FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y.

Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms very reasonable est pickers would ranch n boundaryand :
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
i JAS. II. JOHNSON & SONS turn buck before getting very fur

inter With trial I of two pickings It --'
House; GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, :Florida. awny. a

-- -- old has way.proved, more satisfactory than the OS: .A.S. T3 L 'CT M t C 4. ,

AVKST PALM BEACH. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
lend riant For the North, MT, 1'110 w. H*r at.

Among the newer phims I do not unit

anyone that for beauty and productiveness
: 'he Leamington WEST PALM BEACH[ ,, surpasses the Victoria. says

FLORIDA. an American Agriculturist correnpondent. FULL IFuw.

The tree Is a fairly good: grower

W. C. ERNST, ,Manager and the limb are capable of sustaining -

I, On Lake Worth, opposite Poatoffloe and business houses. Large'! verandas. a heavy weight The quality of the k I EXPRESS EXPRESS
plum Is not equal to the Greengage nor
PREPAID
Strictly:: r t-clalll'! Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week.w I to a Magnum Bonum. which Is this best I 4J PREPAID ly ,

of the! very large plums A first rate
...
-- Hot of plums for succession would takeIn

; Bradshaw. Field. Mannum Moniim. JLi$42O?

.) which IK not a sure bearer: Greengage.

Bleeker or Lombard. Victoria. Teter's 6PtSt

Yellow Gage. Sbrlpsblre Pnmson.Heine .
43th Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue, .
t., IE HAMILTON Claude or Bavay and Coe' Gold
;I NEW YORK.A l
en Urop. I Doz. V45?
My experience with the prune, Inclines t
Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably me to) believe Hint they should
'
Located. With. every Comfort and Convenience. KEEPSAKE. COLCMBU8, IXDUSTllt. be very much more freely ,plaited. Tin uvfRCD: fOR ItI QtrII s
a Is doing iidrnlralily well
Fellemberg
Furnished and Unfurnished. than The Keepsake. In.
year ever. with me. and I am freely planting the $12Cl9AIl..t.
GEORGE W. MORTON.lotel Justry (both red and the former with a Podia nnd the Giant. 'The Kmplre' $900for
few scattering: hairs on the fruit) and
plum' Is also among my recent plantIngs -
the Columbus seem to be about equalIn and I hate much c-unfldencp In It .. the Pabst Jlrewliifr Co.
sire and productiveness, the foliage
: I tune equal or greater conlidencp in
also holding/ out about equally well. : cannot be
Marlborough They all ripen at the same time. Theyare the Monarch.I The prunes >___ __ BBB_ _BB_ BgMB B. B aMgsjUBMIBM
111111I.i "o o"
ripened In our northern climate m Xf V
good enough to eat out of band i clently early to be dried by the sun and T They temporarily
IlJon't ke Jrills!
when fully ripe. ture constipationby
:kith and packed. III they are In California. There a .
Broadway, 37th Streets, NEW YORK. "For quality, however. I prefer the they never pick them from the trw. agitating: : the

400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted much smaller Downing (American) and( i but pick them tip from the ground after bowels but regular: action cannot be secured the liver
a newer yellow sort and under proper hate fallen. secretes enough bile ta make the Inte until.
on,American and, European plans; and Is managed under the personal or; say skillful, treatment I tied all they execute their natural functions. H .

'./ irOO"cbforry"arletle productive. ural agitation caused by cathartics, Hi e
.
of the
supervision
owner. Blood ChrJ'.a'h.mam.
"The Illustration show the berry of Tlrlrd continual: and Increasing doses to
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. Keepsake. Industry and Columbus. I Dried blood pushes Along the chrysanthemum attain the results. n
giving.: better bloom and
also have the ned Jacket a medium compCISI
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the stiffer stem with short joints and
sized red berry, which I like because
and4l..tStreet It has more acidity than any of the the vigorous heavy, dark green foliage nn the
Broadway desired by -
much commerclalgrow-
[otel Yendome others." so liver t cures Chills

NEW YOBK CITY. rrs. and Fever and every form of
llortlmllarai "0.... e
Ro.* Hotrm, and Intermitting
The decorative asparagus In winter Malarial, Bilious, Remitting:
FIREPROOF. ;iOO rooms, single and en suite with private baths and toilet should not be kept too worni. fllst,; The American Beauty till remain. a Fevers and, by going: : to the seat of the

rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms ,1,1\.0\ ; large rooms f i; and with degree V. Is enough and It should be primer favorite.Queen trouble works permanent cure.
regularly supplied with water the of Cdgely: ts a handsome shadeof FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTtB.II. .

private bath $2.50: per day and upwards. The management is under the personal plant having:; good drainage. Everyday light pink.Liberty .

supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager. syringe the foliage. In a beauty on long stiff It. WILHON.V; SON..w .
stems with bright, clear foliage and a
Rural New Yorker thinks the Kelffer __ .__ ____ .
------- -- rich deep red color.A .. __ __ u '
pear Is taking a back seat.

Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the tbU Estimate year vary of from the Florida l.Ww.OOO" orange to 1.23O-crop: were florist carried says over that produced beds of much rose stiffer that- CREAM <;

000) boxes.A stems than new plantations. : '
pot of Roman hyacinth makes a Bessie Brown has many points that \VORMS i IkfRj r !!? i FUCE A..trnGu.ab.liA r!

News of the East Coast every week. charming Christmas gift. go to make up a valuable rose. While

Hardly a more popular and hand It Caroot Is probably color. It the sometimes grandest comes variety with of For 20 YearsJwjLed aU Wore ;m a ins.i

'some yellow chrysanthemum can be 2>>%'I.V Cr CIr%.."='O.
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------------- -- which somewhat
------------- outer petals
found than Colonel D. Appleton. crimped its Prepared by --d+ 'JAMES F. I BAC.L&RD, st. Louis.
detracts from beauty.
Palms and ferns of large size are

Ine Job Work Quickly ExecutedAT now in nigh favor with professional crimson Lady Battersea colored tea.Is a There vly I I.cherry some -- - -- -.. -.. --. --- -" ... .
and generally.
people
grower complaint however thAt It does not
Vlburnlum macropbyllum Is a good fore well for winter. TheADYOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

THE ADVOCATE OFFICE plant>! fur alter: forcing. _



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j,. !r If ft f I r;) _" a; r THE FOURTH OF JULY. Robbins & Graham Go. r. E. L. :se:: DEALERS::c IN-&;, :seO_-,-



I, {; I JEWEL R, AND SILVERSMITHS, TITUSVILLE CELEBRATES TO-DAY. (Incorporated) .GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

I ,' ,, 41 West Bay Street, PAID TTF CAPITAL $25,000.00.: ,
I (continued from JIlt ) We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTli! I I '1 gK:
page.
II; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. This company owns We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all :,?'

a era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your state ,,,
; Largest stock In this section of ;"
j I country. agement of Mrs. J. L. Curruthers, assisted IE. -A. ILT ID S, E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE.: ."
t { !i' Established In 131)8. by Mra. M. A. Scrlrageoitr and

,\ 11 Send for descriptive catalogue. Miss Mary Carrutbers.OH In the Indian River Country; On the St. -=

oil AD-BAG AND:: BEAN PUZZLE. Lucie River; at:New River and on Bay S W. CARROLL
i I
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. At the present day, authorities on skin Do not fall to try your luck at the ,Bi caYDe. Prices to suit the times. ,
and Bean Puzzle. .
Grab-Hag
: The
diseases concede and have demonstratedthat mysteries Send for Land List. -Dealer In-
of tlilb tent will be

Brewing Asso's. caused skin by diseases mlcroscoplo of every germs nature, baccllli are you by tbe Misses Zandie explained/Stewart and to Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND. VEGETABLESCrockery

Aleph Mime, assisted by Miss Mabel
bacteria
other forms
microsyms of
u or
Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicits.
( Reynolds. ,
+ ":&m"UIi St. Lout Keg and Boo animaldecomposiLion. Hancock'sLiquidSulphur OEO. at BOBBINS, Jr.L.. MORGAN .
( arrests animal decomposition In COUNTY CANDIDATES' TENT. President. Actuary.Bmard TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
.
tied Jleer.
every form, and Is an absolute destroyer .. .. .- -.
gold by :linn. F.A.Lesley and of all /germs In such diseases as Eczema, We understand that a majority of Abstract of Title Go '- -

SaltKbeum.Tetter, Acne Pimples, Ringworm the candidates for public offices will be INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
R. L. Motlow,Tltnsvllle Fit.By .
C ; Diptberla, Sore Throat and Open in Tltusvllle this day (Friday), and there WILL FURNISHAbstracts
k j Mr.R. I.. Motlow,Cooo, Fla. Sores. la a polling booth set apart fur those who of TitleFOR FLA.
want to vote for the most -
popular candidate
JOSEPH ZAPF For Sale by J. B. SCliKVEN( druggist, for office. Brevard county people LANDS IN- I. prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or )oose. Special attontlo

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. had better not miss this part of tbe program 'Brevard County.Office paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

:tiI Sole Agent. as there will be lots of fun In It. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor..Whaler's .
A regular ballot box. l locked and sealed, under Law Office of

CANDIDATES; FOR COUNTY I. In nse, and the ballots cast for each GKO.: M. ROBBINS, -
610 to 820: West Bay Street, candidate will be counted at the closet
.
OFFICES.Up ..._ TITUSVILLE. FLA.
the electlo .ft" ft..JI....h d i .
n DU" I'u" e n tIssue .v nest
p JACKSONVILLE, FLA.TocNrs of tbe ADVOCATE. Ballots are five
to this date the candidates Store.
-- following Cents each. In charge of this booth are Jewelry
; \.M;. and are In tbe field for county offices,r the following:: Miss Kate Stewart,clerk; East Coast Meat Market .
we want to draw tbe attention ol r Mrs. E. E. Rollins and Mrs. A. Brady,
the .
voters of Brevard to their announcements
I l's', RETREAT. on our 4th page: Inspectors. O. F. DUREN, Agent.
Watches] Clocks Silverware Etc
l I'I FOB THE: X.KOISLATVKIC.: ICE CREAM TBNT. a::: Jewelry, ,
C1: O
I ,' Choice Wade U. Jones, Tltusvllle. By the time you have gone through .
>> W. II. McFarland, the above tents you will want to take ua -tom.o :: SPECIAL ATTENTION: given to Repairing of Fine Watchesand
t IWines, Liquor. your best girl wife or any other member
''I rOIl BAIL ROAD COMMISMOXKB.R. !: of Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
r t and Cigars. your family to cool off at the Ice r"p
I II Hudson Burr, Little River. Cream Tent, where you can get delicious K2P'Mall Orders will receive prompt and careful attention
Guaranteed Pure Ice cream served to you by Mrs. FredA. sa.::
S TAX AttBESfiOn.: Morgan,assisted by Mrs. L. A. Brady -
TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
John B. Togni, R. R. Stewart( Brantley. and Miss Josephine Brady. eaaa::
,J J. F Wooten, Cocoa.

..., t No. 105 East Bay Street, Corner Ocean. FUICE LUNCH. _. c2'
: lIt; Near the old stand. TAX COLLKCTOB. Open from 11 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. C3.:: aaC -
E. W.
Hall Tltusvllle
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA There will be a free lunch for nil on .'-a y Attention !
1' A, McMillan Ean Oallie. ,
i
,
Special
iV i} July 4th. which wilt be nerved In the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAIfYonrHoaseGoesupinSraoke! .
[ COUNTY TKEASUBKK.: Wager building on Washington avenue.
John Henry Tltusvllle. Everything will\ be free, and everybody .
East End Cafe John II. Wynn, Fort Pierce. Invited.. Tbls department will be In GIVEN TO' MAIL ORDERS FOR-
chaitreof: Capt. A. W. Dole sod Mr. R.
\ PROSECUTING ATTOIIMCY. W. Rhodes assisted Mesdames\ Hardware Tinware Glassware
by James Crockery
", ,: IVM. J. IIOBAN Prop'r.Wines. ,
I"
,
F. J. Webb, Tltusvllle.O. Pritchard, R. AV. Rhodes A., W. Buie,
A. Frost "' A. K. Wilson Emma Reid J. P.
Liquors and Cigars, Brown Harness and Stores.
I L. C. Brannlng' C. L. Wright, A. D. Pen
'I ANHAUBER'DIT.CH BEER A SPECIALTY.I Flair AND OAMK WARDEN ney P. J. Halt, .John filyeis.
I I, ', R. A. Hardee, Sebastian. XWOur Stock Is Complete We Can Fill Order Promptly,
I Out of town orders given prompt atten TUB: KEOATTA.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.John : : : .

J il I I Lion Jog trade. a specialty. 0. F." Duren B. Walker, Tltuaville." The To commence Regatta prizes at 1 o'clock and regulations p. m. va.-rAf't'( vlC Jas. Pritchard c& Son.

'FURNISIIED ROOMS as follows" :
J. R. .
j, Mlot. Indlanola.R. First pi'Ize- -Purse of $3000, to boat Postoffice Box 212
4 i ,
li I, A. Conk ling, Tillman.J. \ -
I Cor. Bay and Catherine Ste, making the best corrected time. .A.

;d Jacksonville Florida. John. T. Knell C. Jones, EAU, Quay.Oallie. Second:! prize-Pursa of 20.00: to boatmakl'ur .- ?-- .3erletM.i.- Titusville. Florida.Pineapples1 .
\ the second best corrected time. .
I--
I II H. I. Klopp Fort Pleico. Third prize-Curse of tl0.00.( to boat

i iffi ,i i 3Iason's Fruit Jars. J. F. Bell, White City. making the third best corrected time. ..

SCHOOL DOARD OFFICER FOIL 2XD DtST.E. Open to all boats up to 22ft, carrying
t:, :I Mr 1IN 1// Vesey Hall, Geor laoa. working sails only, lug mainsail with
PINTS UO cents dozen.
tl! ._. per sprit. Boats restricted to working crew
of Time allowance sic seconds
two men. :
I ', ': QUARTS, COcts per dozen. A COMING MARRIAGE.While to: the foot per mile. Tltusvllle triangular and you loose everything
riI it Is fault.
''\ course 12 miles your own -

I' :" s s'u GAL. IN) ots. dozen. tbe P.I.ro: : Xn.S"1.1.rnn.oo..ulHclent : .
per announcements are not out, TH* TCRNAt.tENT.
r t the dickey birds tell the ADVOCATE thatMr. to,cover the value of the prop- We solicit\ consignments of all,kind*of Fruits, Vegetables and
I'I A 1T.1NOY.3Qt" ---:- Will commence at 2:10:: p. m. and household .
effects should be
city
: car- Pioduce. All receive attention. Retuins '
Barry U. Hodgson one of Eau Gal. shipments our personal -
O. 1', BUNTING, Tbe tOllrn>\mt'nt..1II be of oonsldeiable lied. Rates are not lilKh. The com panto
Ile'. ,
prominent, prosperous and well- made of sale Stencil rubber ; .
day or stamp on' applkatioo.SO
((185! Furniture known citizen, will soon take unto himself Interest to I the lovers ho.an.1 those we represent are solvent, reliable and lib

t; : St. Augustine, Florida. a wife. Tbe bilds. to-be is :Miss Liz- who witness the above tournament will' eral. Claims are promptly. adjusted.

f tl zee C. Danforth a very charming and be much pleased.) Don't neglect to take out a policy. :E3IE: : &:. :S-C-GSES.
ISrU n First, pilze-Purse of $:JS: Oo 8CI1UYLEII A ilUANNINO '
::11 r popular young lady of Olnan, N. Y ; Second .. J JO.IHI ,
ri: and her mother, Mrs. N. A Uanforth. I Is TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
,
Third 6 0,1) 21 ROANOKE DOCK. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
( prominently Identified with the Presbyterian
I To ride at three: In.iing". three tiroes.The Correspondence Invited. I I8TAILISUED
""J church "f Olean, whose pastor Is __ ,
', tho Rev L. Reid. Miss Danlortli Is a arolinn to be 100 ft. apart. All ties
,, I leader In the Sunday school, und has a to be ridden oil at I ll:}-ln. ring Time JH7U.
,' counted to slowest hore. Entrance fee,
boat of friends throughout New York
t," : ,', '' 100. to be paid to L). B. Pritchard,
state
J 1'1 r' l li We understand' IlnngBon and Miss Dtusville. M. Lane & Son ::1 i

Zl I Danforth will be 'mairied t In the above TUB!: UALLOON ASCENSION: AND> PARACHUTE ,
1\\ church Wednesday, July 2Jrd.: and
.If-Ml': \
I MilK Floience Hodgson, of Eau Oallie, 230 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
(
I. will be one of the brldomaids. After This will, take place about ..::30'o'clock SFaNO n p0 HINF .;
''I the wedding they will make a tour of p. m., and the balloon will ascend from
i U ,: t + 'the fashionable" resorts of the Atlantic tbe grounds at the corner of Washingtonavenue Southern Fruit and ProduceComrnissiosi !

I Coast North, and will probably return and Main street Prof PeComa

If i T to Eau Oallie about the end of August, will make a parachute jump from the
I@y' and balloon when of OO(, feet
go to housekeeping.We at a height; ,
I '' Fc ,rr do not know the corning brrde personally from the ground. 1 ,2erch.ants.
It but have been acquainted with
ON THE FOURTH[ OF JULY. the for sixteen TilE KIIIEWOKS.
vroom.to-be
or so
years ,
FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR
\\I;i;G upon up one of my bottles of and have always known him to )be a This will take place at 8:1)0) o'clockp. SPECIALTY.

"t! OLD WINE OR WHItiKEV steady upright and conscientious resident m. at the corner of Washington; ave.

>> 'I and drink to tbe health and prosperity of of this county; and while we do and Main street, and will be well worth Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
AVe for the above
'I friends and self. not like to praise his many good qualities seeing. are agents/ Sewing _

These good are pure and wbolelome.f too highly, we caooot but say that FOURTH OK JULY DANCE: :Machine, and keep a full line of the different j
f Unexcelled for richness, stieugth and Miss Lizzie C. Danforth: should consider
", flavor herself very fortunate In being able to What promises to be the best and largest styles on band. P. Ru-hlmari: & Co.
,
y'II ROBT. L. MOTLOW, secure so steady, energetic, gentlemanly attended dance of the season will JOHN' R. WALKER A CO.

TITUSVILLE:: and COCOA, FLA. and persevering a man for a husband. be given at the Titusville Opera house Tit osyl:!", Florida. .
The ADVOCATE tenders them.hearty congratulations at the close of this alorlous duv. The FLORIDA ;a
In advance. ((100.5 will open at 8:10:: p. m., and dancing

f ; L. A. Ilildreth will commence promptly at I o'clock. Bros.
F A eooif. band has been secured. willeD Hodgson
IIN"'E.A.PPLESA: : : ::
TO EXTEND TH C. RY.
will sweet music during the
-c t' Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands dispense EAU OALLIE, I DA RIVER, FLA.
evening, and dainty refreshments, consisting
d//I
...of... Oa several occasions the ADVOCATE: of cake and punch, will be served Marine Railway\ SPECIALTY.

Ram Brandies Whiskeys Gins correspondents In Dade county have kept free of charge; at 11 p. m. The price of General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. ,
us posted upon >led extension admission will be $1.00 for gentlemen,
Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. of the railway to Cuter; and to show tbe ladies free. The amount taken In over ..Special Fad hues.. New York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association.

,'I I reports we published, concerning tbe and above expenses, will be turned over for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing t .
I The best whiskey. and liquors served by above, were pretty nearly correct we to the treasurer of the Fourth of July :Ml Washington St ) NEW YORK

polite and l courteous attention.A publish the following from the Ml:\ml fund. Everyone should attend and enjoy Yachts and Launches. !ft3> Murray\ Street ) N. Y.
correspondent of the Times-Union and the occasion.
Mention the ADVOCATE when
drat class line of foreignand writing. .. .
Hunt
CltUen. 'Mr.
"assistant civil -- -
,I 1 dvm dlo cigars. engineer; of the Florida East Coast Railway .

: I' FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited companled, arrived by here a corps on Sunday of helpers night, for, the ao The Culture ladies Club of the, and Tltuavllle Jnu. R.'WalkerA Progressive Two Fine-Lots Fur Sale. OLJ--V-II: : : : :' :eO'eeJeS' .:: : : ,

Prompt and careful attention givento purpose of surveying the branch line of Co. will entertain the lady visitors Two fine 10-acre lots lying: on Indian

mail orlel'll. accompanied by cash. the Florida East. Coast Railway which Is and their babies to-day. River, :i miles south of Furl Tierce on s
to be built' Into the lower coast country !good shell road. Each lot has 1KX: feet Produce Commission Merchants.
FROM NEW YOHK.
L. A. IIILDRETir, J. S. Frederick will have charge of the river fruntage. Utah bluff,covered with

"e FORT PIERCE FLORIDA survey. It is a matter of conjecture how The following: hM been received from palms and hardwood timber. Good for
Jar south ibis brunch will be extendedthis one of the regular winter visitors to Tl- oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and pine.
year, but it Is supposed that It will tusville, which Is much appreciated by apples. No better location on the riverat Florida Pines Our
.JAMix A. rr.ooi>, be built from thirty-live to forty miles to our townspeople: "Vew York. June 2:1.: any price. $IWIO.00 for each lot. Specialty.

(Formerly of New York City,) the aouth. This would make the terminus 100:. Mr. J. O. Bast Titusville. FI...: C. T. McCAHTT
south of Black Point. This new line Dear Sir-With best wishes for,a glorious Ankona, Fla.
.
Regular Licensed! Muster will give Cocoanut Grove, Larkin and Fourth, I send you my check for 335 Washington Street

IMumbcr Cutler railway connection. This will bea J5.00, and hope my little ralte-added Dl'ayhl;

great advantage to the suction through; to the many which no doubt you have NEW YORK.
l With the very best experiences:: of over which it will pans, and be a great benent already received-will be the means of Draylng hauling of all kinds .
(
twenty years on all kind of the most sp- to Miami, as a commercial center." making It the most glorious and happy 1 attended to. Meets all trains.promptly Stove References: Our 3.> years record. Chatham National Bank, New York
J
proved sanitary methods of plumbing, day la the history of Tltusville-not even
---- wood -
supplied. :
hu opened a ttrst-clans shop on Beach excepting the day you went swimming
I street south of opera house, where I am Dado County Laud Tor Sale. In Banana creek Kindly remember me ALFRED UAOLEV, Titusvllle.

_ prepared to furnish and install the very to all my friends In your town; and, with
latest and most approved system of sanitary For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter best wishes I remain, yours very truly, Land For Sale. Seeds For Summer Crops.

plumbing, drainage and ventilating ,of southeast quarter of sections, township Charles F. Naethlng."
l together with all kinds of the very best 38. south of range 41 east; close to 17M acres first-class pineapple land,
sanitary plumbing fixtures of the best O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on desirable front, on St. Lucie river, at a
manufacture, with the very latest sanitary ,St Lucia! River; 40 acres. : An .d..rtl.1nlf Tip. i bargain.. For reasonable terms write Millets, Sorghums Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts. Chufas" Teosfnte, Oi" 't
requirements; all kind, direct and Also, the northeast quarter of north W. W. LrcE: Beggarweed, clean.

Indirect hot water and strain heating; east quarter of section 18, township 38, He who first succeeds conducting; his .I Tibbals Fla. -
laundry drying rooms fitted. All work south of range 41 east; on south fork of business without Advertising will\ be CC1IJ' pgji.: S=

b will\ receive prompt and personal alien ,St Lucle RI"eri.ro; acres. Apply to greater than any of the trust managers l Clothing Cleaned Dyed Whpp! Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown
(;11A1i. II. WALTON Ladyfingers .
trun and done at tbe very lowest terms" or captain. of industry. Many wonder. -
Clean
Estimates cheerfully furnished Telephone Tltutvllle, Fla. ful methods of doing business have been Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dressesa ]peck; 1433 Bright bushel.Poultry /Mock. ; Lowest Prices Conch Peas, RJeper 'qt.. Postpaid; *l J.-'

04. Irfaytona. Fla. I evolved by the geniuses of modern commerce specialty. Address. Stock Food
Supplies Insecticides
,
: Garden
Tools
CLYDE and Mallory Round Trip Ticket I but none of them has succeededin SAM PERKIXS, Fertilizers. It
,J3T":: Reading notice ad*. on this page I for sale, meals and berth Included. attaining( any degree of success with. Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street L. CAMERON The Seed Store f

rP J arc lire cent per line per week. Cheap. ADVocATE': office, TItusville. 'I out the aid of.publicity.-Printers' Ink. P. O. Box 233. Sanford Fla.:! 123 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE: FLA.LT .










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