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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 25, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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pL. 4. NO. 2 J. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY JULY S5. 1OO3. PRICE. Co.

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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS Sanford, Is Dyeing. Sam Perkins. Sanford, cleans clothes. TilE LARGE liltlCIC STORK THE PRIMARY ELECTION. AMONG THE HOTELS.

-Look for 'V. W. Luce's ad. page 8. Advertise\ your pineapple slips, I If -

Gad Topics of General Interest FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO you have any for sale. Special Sale Monday, July 28th. The Vote In llrvvtnl County.. lt tnru'tl Whore to stop In Tltusville See Ti

Dr. Dodson near the Courthouse.Tax -Mr\ Ely Spencer of Jacksonville, ar by Official Count. tusvllle hotel ad .on our 7th page. v
at J. Walker & Co's.
THE ADVOCATE, Assessor J. F. Wooten of Cocoa rived at the Indian River hotel yester On our 4th page we give; the vote In Whore to stop along the East Coast.
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$1.1S0 per annum In advance. was In town day or so. the first of day. Mackintoshes, ladles', well worth $2.50() Brevard county in tabulated form On See list of hotels on page 7.
i *1.00 six months, the week. -Mr. W. I. Mel calf and wife, of Wes -this sale only 1.IUK the State ticket It will be noticed that The ADVOCATH Is now on file at all\
$2.00 per an. to foreign countrlai.when Palm Beach were passengers on Wednesday's Percale Remnants, regular 8 and 12fOper Brevard county gave a majority to each the bust hotels In New York city.
-Attorney G. A. Frost spent a day'or of the winners. On the County ticket
subscribe for the ADVO- train on their to Indian yard; all go at 6 cents.
you does not cost two at Grant this week, attending to Ga. way Madras, for Men's Shirts::! and Ladles' the following was the vote: Visitors to Havana, Cuba will find
A.rE by the year, It Included.you legal business.Mr. Springs Waists; extra good quality for 20 cents; For H"pFtlllentatlvoVade: II. Jones, the AnvooATn on file every week at the
brae cents per week, postage -The :Misses\ Aline and Daisy Brady this sale only 14 cents. :IBS! ; W. II. )McFarland. 20(1)( ; Jones' ma- American Club.
and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of LaGrange
Note date of expiration printed upon have. been visiting friends at two of Titusville's popular young ladlea, Walstlngs, Indies pretty effects, worth lority 152.: : Time Seaside Inn, Goodall, under the
.. your paper or wrapper every week. This Canaveral this week. left for Seabreeze::! on Thursday, to spenda COc, at 32o.White: For Tax Assessor: J, F. Wooten, 30(1( ; management of McAurs. Jas. II. Johnsont
I* a receipt for your money. No need few days. Enamel Crib, well worth 11.00; R. B.Stewart 20S;'V ooten'II majority, 3S Sons Is said to be doing a. nourishing
I, f t"us to send receipt for subscription. CLYDE and Mallory Round Trip Ticketfor for only $7.&U.Embroidet'loa. For Tax Collector: B. W. Hall, 340; "..
:Mr.\ J. I. left Titusvllle buslnebs.
Mobley on
'tb& date gives It to you. sale, meals and berth Included for southern business and laces at oost on next P. A. McMillan, 243; Hull's\ majority, \1)7)
:."'fHB EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Is on Cheap. Anv.ooA.-rrc: office Tltu vnle. Monday lie Georgia to return, on a the Monday, only.' For County Treasurer: John II. Wynn, Mr. Lou Cohn, of Jacksonville, will

te at; the following news-stands, at five -Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce last of trip this week. expects A Roll 40 yards, China Matting for 272:!; John Henry, 305, Henry's majority', boootno manager of Hotel Pablo for Mrs
ante per copy : has been In Jacksonville a couple of daysor only V5.09'!). 8:1.: L. A. bhlpman. Mr. Colin was formerly
t Son. 111'Vlule II. Jones the successful Prosecuting AttOl'neyF. J, Webb with Hotel Ratlibun Jacksonville and
: Itusvllle-B. R. Wilson so this week attending.: the meeting Clean: up sale on nribrollas-all go at
acksouvllle-Duval hotel. of the State Democratic Executive Com- candidate tor member of tho }<'101'h1.le/(. cost Monday only. 5011.1.! ; Gaulden, 2SO; G.A. F'rost,191 1 1GauUlei. ; the St. George, St. Augustine.Mr. .
It News stand;Union depot mittee. Mature, has been spending a few days In Your orders solicited. ..'* majority\ I 0. W. H. Warburton, proprietor of
r I Jacksonville\ this wtek.Mr. We lend the Inadeis' In low prices. For Fish and Game Warden: T. A. Hathaway Inn Deal Bench N. J.,
rr -Take note of the lumber ad. of ; 217' K. C. Summeilln loll: K ,
new Yours Robinson' : ;
to
r serve
Reading notice ads. are ten cents Robert L. Motlow who has been who II known to many Floildlans has
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Hodges A O'Hara -1th llardoe 1No/ majority.For .
on our A. ,
page./
l qr line on tblspajle.MfLAlderm spending; several weeks with his wife and .T. R. WALKEIt A CO. donated twosilvercups for aping
They 111'0' bidding for a share of your I County Commissioner First DIs which
Tenn. returned to TltiiHville Fla. tournAment will beheld
fl\lI\lIyat Mulberry
1n ; n Fred A. Morgan has re- patronage.Mr. I'ltusvillo on Wednesday.Mr. trlot: J. H. Walker. :'Ml ; (I. F. Duren, there pong next week The tournament
,r ned here trom his visit to Miami. 101; Walker's majority, l.V.: i
II. W. Cresson one of CityPoint's hits iiroused 1 considerable Interest among
L. D. Browne attorney For Commissioner Seoond Dis
a prominent County
NOTICE TO INSPECTORS.To .
Filter tubes are now for sale at prominent orange growers, has of Orlando Is a guest: of the Indian trlct: R. A. Conkllng, :.!SI'II| J. .1'. Hnell23M the guests
is office price 2-Jcts; postage extra. boon enjoying/ a f rtnlght's rest at the River hotel. lie la hero, upon law ; Conk ling's tn"jurlly10./ The Clarnmlou Inn, Seabrooao Is fast

Mr. E. J. Traynor of White ICtty m.ido Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze, where* he matters, before Judge M, S. Jones the Inspectors and Clerks of Primary for County Commissioner, Fourth DIs Oiling up with guests, and Colonel C, U.ros' .

s 'in town part of Monday and T ues- many friends. -Mr: Geo.. of Miami's Klectlon and I all others having claims trlot:: John C. Jonos, 7UM11.:! ; I. Klopp, I the /genial manager, Is going around i
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way. friendship Chapter No. 11, Order ,Worley, one against the Executive Committee 25.1; Jones' majority/ :|. with u merry twinkle In his eye and a
of Eastman Star, will hold a special prominent lawyers wax a passenger: onWednesday's There will be meeting of the working For Member of School Board, Second !pleasant) word for everybody. Mr. Carl
School Supt. R. E. Mlms of BonaftHiture called meeting on Tuesday next the northbound train en routo commlttooof the executive committed at District: R: N. Andrew, :242 i; E. V. Hall fJ. Knappo Is the same jovial 1 chief clerk
was in town from Monday until Dth!!) at 7:110: p. m. All members are requested to St. Augustine and other points. the lulllce of the chairman In Cocoa, on 114; VV.C. Braddock, KM). No majorityFor us of yore, and I ho Is .ably assisted by the

trL uresday.. to be present. -Mr. W. F. Greaves, Jeneralsoutbern Tuesday l July 2Hh! at which all claims Member of Executive Committee popular Mr. Harry F'" Burrows, both of
We cannot guarantee to pubUih Mr. R. Hudson Burr of Little River, agent of the Big Four Railway who Is against the committee must l>o presented st-large; : B. R. Wilson, 310; J. S. Huow- whom have the happy knack of makingIt
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[items that do not reach this office before Fla. the successful candidate for Railroad known to many along the East Coast, for payment. dun, Kill: ; Wilson's majority, 2O4. ploasant for strangers: who arrive at
,[noon on Thursdays. has moved his office trout' Cincinnati to If there Is to be second prl mary, the For Members of Exuoiitlve (Committee their hotel. Bathing In "In full swing"at /
Commissioner was a passenger onWednARday's Birmingham Ala. old committee holds. over until the result First District: F.. A. Morgan;, 1I3!: ; E. L. Seabreeze and dances at the Pavilion,
-Mr.T. Grotjan Ronald of Lotus was northbound train, en routeto Is known; If there Is no second primarythe Brady, 208\ ; J'uN. Waller._ 20i:! ; W. U. which Is. niauaged by Mr It. E. I.yle, are
,:registered! at the St.::! George hotel, Brooklyn Indian Springs, Ga. CALL AT F. :M. TAYLOR'S: PHOTOgrapblo newly elected committee will assume Sanders, 10:1.: E. I.. Brady ana 1''. A. almost of nightlyooourrenoe. On Saturday

; N. T., a few days aeo. -Mr. J. II. Wynn of Fort Pierce, a Gallery Tltusville, and see their duties on the 13th: day o( August.As Morgan are elected. s night last a largo number of people
LNCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures late candidate for the office of Brevard his samples of Photographs, Picture Dr. II. R. Wilson has the majority There Is no choice by majority vote In attended the dance In the Pavilion, when
[all blond and skin disease For sale by County Treasurer was a passenger on Frames Enlargements and Mouldings. from the county at large, It would seem offices of Fish and Game Warden and! i ho now orchestra gave forth some sweet
3. R. Wilson & Son, Tltusvllte Fla. Wednesday's northbound train, ra' route Always something new. proper for him to call the new committee Member of School Board for tile Second niuslo. On Sunday evening this orchestra
to S ivannahj and Sharpsburg N. C. -Capt. J. O. Walton and wife and Mr. together for permanent organization. As District. '1'. A. Robinson loads for Fish gave a free snored concert In the
Mrs. T. Williams and her sisters, Claude Walton have been enjoying/ soon an the new committee Is organized/; and Game Warden U. N. Andrews leads Pavilion, to a large/ and very enthusiastic
h Misses Lillie Jessie and Georgia -Editor B. B. Tat urn., bf the Miami visit In Boston Mann., this week taking the present secretary. will turn over all for Member of School Board audience. The music was excellent "
iwling, of Live Oak Fla., are a jovial Metropolis\ passed through Titusvtlle, In all the nights. They are making their Tee rds and papers to the secretary that If a second primary Is run for choice and, the orchestra, whloh4s composed of
t (artetto at the Clarendon Inn, Settpeze. Wednesday, en route to Indian Springs: liendquarlers at.Hotel Cecil may bit chosen. the assessment will bo $:m for Fish an,1Ume Mr. \V, C. Coleman violin; James A.
+1 Ga ; to J"iu his wife and family. lIe expects W. I.. Iluonr.KTT, Warden, .and $>:lU() for Member of Abrams,corn.,1; .1. 1 K. Abrams clarionet;
... Attorney F. M. Hudson, of Tibbals, to be away about three weeks. -:Minn Elizabeth Dell, a popular anal Chairman. School !Board. Those assessments must and Mrs H. A. Voltofo pianoforte was
its among the pleasant: callers at this -Mr. O. ''. Green, one of Ooala's well bright young lady from Gainesvillu, who bo paid on or 1 before the let lily of August very favorably commented upon by those
(Ice on Tuesday.: Mrs. Hudson has known and talented' followers\ of Black has been a guest of the Clarendon Inn, In case of failure to do so, theCommittee who know what good muslo Is,

sen quite ill, but we are pleased to learn stone, accompanied by his wlfu and family Seabreeze weeks leaves, during for home the past this tines week.or four A CARD OF THANKS. will 1 Issue a certificate of The furnishing of the new Mount

!&e is much better In health.. -also Mrs. Green's motliur-are popular nomination to plurality candidates. Washington Hotel, la the White Mountains

Mr. Geo. F. :Miles, manager of thofv breeze.GET guests; 'of the' Clarendon Inn, Sea. There will be some bicycle rnoes on Tm-sviLLE FLA., July 2i: 1002. N> II., Is pealing, completion, and
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Washington avenue to morrow ( aturd. -
"i,. C. L. C. A T. C. St. Augustine, has Editor lust CouRt AiJviwatt: MIAMI. every couvculonco nod Appointment will
oV RA'PH .) afternoon, between several of Tltllsville's EXCURSION RATES TO
|fi Quo to Pomfret Center, ( onn., for a ONE WALTON'S ) soon bo Installed ready for the openingon
ISQW weeks or So, :Mrs. Miles having/ pre Calking Tools If you want to Calk young men, who are preparing/ Feeling deep sense of gratitude to Monday next July 28th. The mana-
';-tylod!: him a abort while ago The AD- your Boat with lightning! rapidity. It enter the bicycle races at Miami, next my friends throughout the county for rlorl....'. MHKlo City Will Cei.brate Its germ, Anderson Price,of Hotel Ormond

OCATK: follows.Mr. saves time and money and pays for Itself week. the hearty support they gave me nt the Mlxtli lllrlh.lay on July 8 lh. Drniond, "'la,, are to be.congrmetulateiupon
In a few weeks. In use by ImmInent TWO UNIVERSAL: TALKING MAchines polls on the lath: ot July fur the office of opening, this magnlllbont hotel, the
and Mrs. II. L. Kocherspergerstill boat-builders the U. 8. Read} to be given away at Carroll's. Prosecuting A hereby\ adopt Beginning on July 28tli and continuing most finely constructed resort propertyIn
sojournlug at their seaside cot'taRe testimonials from boat-biiljders. Price. You buy a can of Kenton Baking Pow- this method of extending my thanks, and for four days, the citizens of Miami, New England, and they have already
at Seabreeze, where they have a $4.00 and 8.00 each at the ADVOCATE der for 25 cents. With each can of assure them that their kindness will "'I"., will, hold a jubilee In celebration of mmla their August booking for many
flhost of friends. They will remain at office TlGiisville Fla. Baking/ Powder you /get a ticket that never bo forgotten. Although d'el\tedt two Important evens, In Its hl"tory-the week Grading/ and landscape/ decoration
JHCheir beach cottage; until about September entitles to a chance. I feel that I have friends in Brevard Oth anniversary of the Kanthluf/ Its are advancing rapidly, and will be
you
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when they will leave for Chicago -Mr. N. Batson of Poplarvllle, 111 Ills., county who cannot be shaken In theirlLileglance charter as M city', and the recent congressional completed( In proper' season. A dual of
, [to spend three or four mouths.y was a guest of the Indian River hotel, *Congressman/ Robt. W Davis and to me. appropilailun of *:'H0XXJ(* for deepening interest attaches| lo the property not only

y | Conductor J. B. Uunnlcut, who hasbeen Tltnsvillo, several days this week lie his charming daughter Miss Nellie, of Most sincerely, Its harbor among the resident but among the. resort -
i III for some time past has recover- came here for the purpose of looking Into Palatka. are eniovlnir a visit at u the Seaside .I.'. u.I UTu... ........... Miami U the southernmost ]point population In the mountains and !
.e41 his health, and commenced his old the titles of lands formerly belongingto lun, Uood li. 'Colonel Bob," as reached by rail In the United States. driving parties are continually taking
. 1.1-a.n between St. Augustine and Fort the defunct J., T. & K. W. Railway, many cull him, Is one of the most popular It Is i .a rapidly growing city of :3,000 population title direction for a view of the new hotel.
ll'lerco on Monday, much to the pleasure for which Mr. R. B. Cable of New York, congressmen In the South!: WRECKED AT JUPITER.Our and U the chief center of the U has boon the aim of the builder to construct
is the receiver. Mr. Batson will to
art his numerous friend along the East Miami\ and West to make further go -:Mr. and :Mrs T. F. Williams and section which produce. the bulk of vegetables a hotel which: should contain every
I .".7oast.I Investigations Key with regard, to land titles, daughter are snugly ensconced their Jupiter correspondent writes us supplied to the northern markets modern convenience for the comfort and
little seaside at Seabreeze that tho bound from Iin winter. From this source the farmers entertainment of guotts, and n large and
oVid cozy cottage schooner Plunger,
island In Monroe
-Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brady Mr. and may buy some
derive a net proilt of from $;tW to *:5iO;(' enthusiastic Is a foregone con
patronage
where they can enjoy the surf-bathing Jacksonville tow Miami with lumber,
)f. Brown of this ploce who have county for the parties whom he is repre
Jym. lengtllenerl( and Inhale the health giving/ ozone came ashore early on Saturday morijlng. I per[ acre. clusion. The Mount Pleasant House a
['Iwen on a visit to New YOlk, canting thrown off from "Grand Old Ocean." The crew, coimisilng of the captain and The railway lines south of Charleston short distance removed, and under the ,
turned home on Saturday last. This -If you are going; ; to New York, and two men, landed uninjured.The and Atlanta and enst of Mobile have same management, liar already left the
|eek Mr. Brown left for Miami to look want furnished rooms in a highly re- -Married, at West Palm Beach Junei vessel Is being/ stripped and DO made rate of one-snd-a-quarter fare for Impetus liven to resort travel by the new t
Tfter his banking Interests but expects spectable house, then write to, or call i: h, IDiU( : Mr. J. Alex Tindall and Mrs. attempt will be made to save the hull. the round trip to Jacksonville and from I hotel) and the July arrival Is larger than
i return to New York next month. upon Mr. Remlinger: ]lt() West 21st street. Mamie Kulke, Hev. Sturgcs officiating.Mrt / The cargo of 21,000( feet of culling; and Jacksonville to Miami and return the ever before

Among: the pleasant callers atthis'fflce This house Is In an excellent location, I Kulke Is well known In Titusvlllu, lloorlng has been beached, and will be fain Is only $7.50.'Checltlzens .
on Tuesday were Dr. W. I.. Hugh being; close to Madison square and the having lived here some seven or eight disposed/ of by the Insurance company. I of Miami are preparing to NUPTIALS.
1 tt, and Dr. J. P. Cooper of Cocoa. Dr. lunctlon of Fifth avenue and Broadway. rears. Mr. Tindall a prosperous young; There Is no Insurance on the Plunger entertain their visitors with amusements THAYER-COGGIN
ughlett Is chairman of Itrevaid Demotic Mrs. itemlinger formerly resided In St.: man of.1 II pi lAoI'. The ADVOCATE extends which l Is owned by the captain and other : of varlou. kinds. -
Executive Committee, and La has Augustine; whore she has a host of congratulations and best wi.he... Jacksonville men.CHURCH. : Many distinguished persons Including startled. at her father's residence In
peon, kept busily employed of I\te-be-. Friends, and we take pleasure! In recom ARE YOU A IIOAT-BU1LDER ? If Governor Jennings and the Florida! / Sen Salem Wisconsin June ati() | 101)2, Mists
tween politics and his large medical mending our Northern and Southern you are, get one of Walton's Patent ators and Representatives In Congress. Isttle Thajrer and Mr. Dan Coggln. The
'iractice. readers to Mrs. Remlinger's house in the talking/ Tools; Invaluable\ to boat- NOTICES. are expected to be In attendance. ceremony was performed by the father
City of New York. Make a note of the builders and owners of boats. Calks of the bride. Miss h JIattle lived at Georglans -
-We are always pleased to know our address and do not fall to read the ad. boats more rapidly than any other Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine Fin., for two years with her grand-
advertisers are satisfied, and we often re- MORTGAGE ORDERED PAID.The
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V letters the on our 4th page of this issue. calking tool In the world. Price *l (X 0 service on I Sunday! next at St. Paul's mother, Mrs. Munion, and taught the
|0lve complimentary praising
excellent and IS.Of each, at ADVOCATK office, church Eden-Tlbbals: at 10IO: a. m. and school here last year ISA
|"ADVOCATE as an advertising/ ltocklealge.
received Wanted Name. Titusvllle Fla. 4 p. m.11ev. Jitucloti or M.ffn,,lht Property .taek son of Capt Coggln of The
few
Medium. A days ago we
[ well known on Indian River
couple are ,
l llSnlphur I Co., Baltimore Md.: "Editor We will give $H for the bent name suggested : wbo has been spending a couple of weeksor Rockledge chapel next Sunday at 11 a. A decision was rendered on Friday last know them Congratulations and best
1.of EAST COAST ADVOCATK-We think for our "Palmetto," a soda water so n* HendorsonvllJe, N. C., writes us m.; also, In the Titusvllle Presbyterianchurch b y Judge Call, In Circuit Court chant- wishes for. long life of much happiness.
well of your paper as an "advertising me- reparation containing Palmetto, Phosphates yesterday that be Is about to leave for at 7:30:: p. m. The, Tltusville Sun beta Jacksonville! In the long-pending follow them to their new home In Waver-
j(uHum, to say nothing of Its being an exceedingly and Pepsin. Something; short Asheville. Mr. Sanders says: "One day School will meet at :.1 J W> p. m. ore-closure suit of 11. E. Gaulden et al.. Iy, Nebraska.
newsy and Interesting paper." suggestive and to the point. Address, does not know how exceedingly welcomethe vs John Price as Hherlff of Duval County I
Ji. R. WILSON A. Son.Titusville ADVOCATE I II until he is away In a and ex-ofHcIo administrator of the ...
for Hale.
Horse For Sale. Fla. strange land, then every Item Is read \VUJOIUJ ate of Josephine Ropes, deceased, wherein MARRIED AT GEORGIANA.Mr. .
with Interest. Hendersonrllle Is a very the defendant Is ordered to pay the -
rge 5-year old horse for sale, /good --- nice place, and deserves all the praise I now have on band a large stock of li sum of 1.10.6.7.: < '1 1 within two clays, together Fritz Ulrich and 1\rrll. Alice )r.
[Worker, fine driver; gentle.V 1'JlhVan: tcd. showered upon It. The weather Is quite Inch tire and ft-lnch the one-horse wagons with legal Interest' and ail costs Fish' were married at Georgluna Fla., on
R. IIAIIDKB:, cool and makes me hunt covering at that can be delivered at once of suit. 21)th,1902, Rev K. B. Templeton oflloUlog. -
Jensen, Fla.! Wanted, any part of one hundred tons nights." It. E. MIMe, JK., Tile property Involved consists of 37 It was a quiet home wedding/ :, only
Titusvllle Fla. and 01.100 acres of land In West River .
of the bride
wet, or dry fish for fertilizer purposes. the near relatives being prosnt.
ipty Sugar and Rice IJarrelS. Address, stating price, etc., Uardiier'H Flyer side plantation.known art If the the Jaitdon'amount or due Magnolia Is: not Their many friends ex tend to them
and wish them
M. S. HABLES: Hog Tax Notice. hearty congratulation,
paid the prO.ertlls ordered U> bo sold
Jt Merrltt I I'J-! many years of wedded bliss and much
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[For sale. Address Costs you 5 minutes to see suits at public sale. .... ,
WALTER A. Moons to order samples all prices from .11,30:: Notice- Is hereby given that: no dog Judge Gaulden, of Tltusville, ham paid
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Notice. 8-tlay, halt hour strike, eathe- will be permitted to run at large In the numerous visits Jacksonville, In con-
drill gong porcelain clock #8.50 Town of Tltusville unless such dog nectlon with the above, and It now look Are You tloliitc North
Do Not Fall to Uegflster. Notice Is hereby given that there will Monday only 10 cent Lose . Sets wears a tag or plate. All dogs found on as If the case will soon be settled -
be a special meeting of the members and C. A. GARDKR, Titusvllle Fla. the streets without proper license tag I If you tire, you can buy a first-elan,
The County Registration Books will patrons of the Union Congregational: will be caught by the Marshal and Irn- "The Volcano* VeacllyVork.," round trip ticket over the Clyde or Mal
open at the Court-house, Titusvllle, Church, of Eden held! at the usual place prlsonedj; but the owner of said, dog will, lory lines cheap, by writing, or calling\
tee days. In the week M follows : On of worship, on the 27th day of July at Poultry Wire :Netting.We lHI entitled to possession of same upon at tie ADVOOATM olllce, Titusvllle.
ondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays, from 1030 o'clock a. m., A. D. 1002, for the payment of 100. A book containing an account of the ,-
o'clock a. m. to 12 o'clock, noon; andm purpose of electing three trustees a* follows are selling: the genuine; Clinton All dugs not claimed wltblng 21& hours destruction of Ht.' I'lerre. A vivid and IMiteupple Growers.
2 p. m. to 5 o'clock p. m. : One to serve throe years, one for Poultry Wire Netting:, :2-Inch mesh, at avery after capture will be killed. accurate account from eye-witnesses of
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&The books will be opened on Monday four years and one for ft years. Also, low price just to advertise our Dog tags may be obtained by paying the awful calamity which visited the I.- -
ktignst 4th, 1002!) and will clone on Hat- be election of a clerk, and such other selves. Write 011 for prices. Town Clerk G. A. Frost f 1.25; for each tamale of Martinique and S;. Vincent. We can supply you with Pineapple
day the 11th of October 1902. Business as may come before the meet- THe EAST C'OAT LCMBRB tag. Orders taken for this book also/ several Wrapping Paper In any quantity. Write
T. J. CocKsntnr, ng. Dated at Eden, Fla., July 14. 1002. AND Itrpptr Co., n. Eo ) rats, religious and historical books, by C. F'. UII for price G. E. 'oox,
Registration Officer Signed, C. A. llocissoy, Clerk. 3t Eau Gallic, Fla Town Manual. Fischer Titusvllle, or lbs yacht Elsie F. U Jensen, F....

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"j months wtien tie. escnpert. ey some
\ means he got his huge bulk after wedged between tbe.cross bar and the

t \ O" dressing It In a stolen suit of clothes). side of the wln ow. He had all the AaUmul Track. In lie Wood \Vli'chllrtrny NOTICE IS HEREBY IVEN THAT E. C. V. 8. LANO OFFICE.

fLT\ .. puroliasar of Tax Certificate No. Oml t .. ........ ...... .... ..
; Into one of the barrels in which tbefo1or1I covered with bis : Identity.Each 1 It. S. > >, ,
Post pistol > IWNI A
time kept 475. "ated the :Inti l day of July V
xes \V. G. Kobliiaon... .... .... .. . .iff !
'I\e.
1; 1 ; product was being sent, to the warning him that be would shoot to auiuial iiinUfs Its own kind of baa filed aald certificate In my office, anil liasmade unices at Gainesville, Florida.
for ileort to Isaua In accordance
': %&&&& dock for shipment bysteamer.. II" kill If the officer made tbe slightest track In llie mud. now or dust. No with application: law. Balil tax certificate iubracea, the V. B. SENATORS.J. .

i : f bad a confederate In a little bit of a sound. In his cramped position how two miike exactly the same. The track following deanrlbwil property, altuatod In Hr.; P.Tallaferro... ... ........... .
: : R ) chap who worshiped the big fellow's ever, Vincent was at a disadvantage of u coon Is never like that of a fox of vard Kast county% of We Florida t V.. ,of, ,-wit Uit: 12 North, IMuc!M or of Kant Indian# S.U.Mallory. . .... .. .. .. . l-BuiJJ, !' '

t : aoSiNEss strength, and this lad adjusted the lidof that Tost quickly realized and the latter and the truck of u lo.x la readily distinguished River City, Bectlun. ,;Township I 24, Uonth KaniceVI : U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.Robert'W. .

the barrel after Koeliler wan inside*. : started to run for assl tance. Instantly fI'Qmhnt of a rabbit or East. Tbe salil land he In if(mummed.toln tIe at, tlio IIltm80f d .M Davis.. ...... .. .. .. . I'ji.tk' ,
i -It'' of the issuance. ol such c rtlfl the shall rui.j
1r2 The boy then gave the barrel a kick the report of the revolver rang Biunll .Iolor. And.( more than that Jaoob Tarllnafcy. Unions said cerHllcftte ,

with his foot that sent It rolling down out and Tost fell to the floor wounded track of one coon may differ from that be redeemed according.mil to law tax. deed A.l>. liHiS.will': FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
Issue thereon on Hie : day..f August
.rf.! .' the Incline to tbe steamer's side. The severely In the leg. of hla own brother, so tlmt one can Witness mv official signature .".I.oal tbla Iliallth E.K.N.II.nimlckraImHoa Rauloraon Fort !fierce... ,.... .-Reprenentatu.. on"; ,

"kid" sauntered carelessly down to the But Vincent was caged. Sixteen officers sometimes: distinguish the track of n [Seal day.]of July A. Ii. IWi: A. A. STEWART "

-Q vessel In order to be near Ioehlt'rIhould with their rifles hurried to the !rh't'l11I l1vitllltil uml by seeing It ondlltVi'put Clerk Ctronlt Court of Hrevnrd Co., Fl... EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Win. .
contents of the barrel be something Jennings"," ...... .. . .... ..,Omeinar
tbe scene and sixteen bullets went In the 01'l'lIlJlol18'l't/. like H. Clay Crawford .. ... ..;....S..cretarr.ur state
II u. discovered and a flght or a kill Ing be body of the man wedged In the windaw. an limlght Into lu life. Thus famous Application for Tax. I>ee I. James. B. AVhltflcld,, ... .. .. .... .. Tre*,,,r,
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but the barreled '''m. H Lamar, .Altorne'- man was bistruck.
I necessary Better dead bis sufferings for grizzly In the! wt-st was known by
; W. N. 8heote.. .. .. ...Supt. l-ul.llo Instriutl!!. ,
rolled aboard the boat. Koehler beard .. One oi" his toes bad been cut K. E. McLIn. .... Commissioner Afrrlciilti.re
U \ the steamer's signal bell ring the tbat 13 HEREHY OIVKX: THAT T. H. Alonzo C. rrooni.... .. .. .. .... .".Com ntr"I K-r'
1 i off by n trap imd- the difference NOTICE purchaser of Tax <'ertincte No. J. CIUrord R. FoHter.... .. ...Adjutant-Jiunerii]
{ '. splash of the water as the lines were made In his track! was easy to see.To 4S, dated the 2nd day of Julv A, 1>. IIN''". John Mralforil.. .... .. .... ....t\urveor.llollernl
f... 9 YYI.*> heaved overboard the shriek of the come nearer home our common has flleil said certificate In my ofltce and has R. E. Hove ........... .." ..... State f.'liun .ut
madeapnllcatlon for tax ileed to Issue In accordance Offices at Tallahossoe, Florida.
I boat's whistle? ant] knew that lie was animals sometimes have unpleasantexpl'l'l with law. Said certificate embraces" the

': safely on his way to the next stopping; (>nN's with steel traps. TImlll'kit '< following described property situated East I In Brevanl of- SUPREME COURT JUDGES.
to-wlt. acre
county, Florida ....... .... ,. ...
I. place, nt Torrytown. a few miles below add of Southeast K.Rectlon M.H. Mabry Chief JustinK. -
of these on their feetoften Northwest of Southeast! K
Convicts SO 1 IUIL. H. Carter.. .. ..... .. ... ..A oolute.JII.U'.e
'\U.M, Escapes:; the prison.So n peculiarity that Identifies the aulmnl. The said JO land i-ownHhip being awtonBed 24. Mouth at the Range date of the IS. F. Taylor... ........ .. ...... .. ..
Take far so well but tb stowaway In other cases tile track is extra large Issuance of such certificate In the name of W.
r knew that be fnr from liberty A. Ii. BultHliurv. Unless n..id cenllloate shall. be RAILROAD. COMMISSIOXEHS: .
: Desperate was yet or email or 1 Is crooked, but it always redeemed "according to law tax lued will lusuethnroim H. E. Pay (rhalrman..... .. .. .. .. Galnr>\ .
,' From Chances At Tarrytowu lie pushed open the lid I keeps tbe uinln features of Its kind. on the l-'tli: day of August, A. I). 1IHI2.': J..I..lIlorltl\lI.... ... .. .. ...... .. ... ju, ,
I to of the barrel until he could observe Witness my otllclal signature anU seal tills the J.M.Hryan' KIsRlmi I ,P
f.1' Secure I The track of one sort of animal rarely lltliiUyof July A. U. 1MU.) _____ __ John L.:Neeloy;jr.:, clurk: :::, :::.:, Arradl>
I' j what was going on, ana ftt. the apparently need be mistaken for that of another [3e"n A. A. : (1V&Jlil\ Headquarters and olllvoa at Tallahassee K\) .

\ Prison Freedom opportune time he leaped out and the A B C of tracking Is to learn Clerk. Circuit Court of CIRCUIT COURT.

the chief kinds of footmarks that are Minor 8. Jones, Titusville..... .Circuitfit i e.
Escapes from prison will occur so from bIll hiding place. Notice.NOTICE J, 1>. Hrptn, Orlanilo. ...VroHerntlnir Attorn, \
to be found In region. TheVny to
I j But the pilot of the boat discovered your BprliurTerm-Fourth Monday. In April,
i long as there ure prisons! and prisoners. the sudden exit ami knew at once that learn tracks Is to draw those that you Fall. ferni;-Fourth Monday In November
'Irk< I It In the popular l Idoa of the outside find always sketching them right from IS' HEREBY: GIVEN THAT IT 13 !
the "uncollected, fare" was an escaping BREVARD COliATT COURT.A. .
to the Hon. A. U.
intention
: (world that the prisoner who escapes prisoner from Sing Slug. He guve ,. nature never from memory, and it IK funney. County to Juilua apply In and for Mrovard D. Penney,.... ..... ... .. ...County Ju ...
baa dimply to yield to tbe overpowering 1o'I..rldlun of 11102, .. .. .
rushed always best to make them exactl.1l1tlrIlze.Ladles' County the lltli day July James G. Andrews. Prosecuting Attnr >\
desire for liberty and on this hauls he tbellul'm., and a score of tuen for authority to sell at private. sale' all the 1-tf A. A.. Btewort..... ... ..... .. Couniy <;lurk
I for tlie prize for he was worth $50;:; Home Journal. undivided Interest of William P.' .. May minor Spring Term-Second Monday In Slay
t 1 frequently secures the sympathy of cash to the man who got him.Koehler cbllil of Alfred and Julia May dpLTased: In and Summer Term-Second .Monday In August.
that tract of land lying In llrevard County Fall Term Second Monday In Novrmbei
many tender hearted people. While liberty Oar Debt to Our. Mother. to : -
!' Instantly plunged Into the Florida I ,and described as follow*i Winter Term-Second Monday. In FebruaryCOUNTY
'I is certainly the dearest thing In river swam for a long distance without Ian Maclaren In The Christian Endeavor Commencing at a point eight: (H) chains south
('t the world yet tlie love of freedom is I World paid the following beautiful of the post at the center, of Section twenty-two SCHOOL BOARD.K. .
coming to the water's surface <22>, Township thirty-seven ((37>t South of Itangefortyone E.: Mima, Superintendent. .....Honaventnro
: I touched the shallows waded ashore tribute to tuotbers: ((41) East; and running trenoe Houth Member J, 1\(. Dlxon chairman TltnxvllleR.
twelve ((12( chains six ((6) links to a stake; thence N. Andrews Cocoa O. P. Fort Pierce.
"Tbe to whom owe more ) Platta
person you
bank and
climbed the steep dlsappaared taut fourteen ((1.1)I ) chains and thirty-six (dlli links
I in a thicket. He was seen no more than you can ever pay or even Imagine to a'B take; thence North seventeen ((17) deerees COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
I and nftyAO( ) minute* west, twelve (12) chains
Is mother. She endured for
". In this part of the country until be your more hence West
and sixty-woven(61))links toa stake; I J. R. 'Valker. cbalrman Tltusvllle; John K
I committed a crime fifteen years later you served you more patiently loved ten ((10) chains and forty.eltht( ((4H) links no the JllJot.lndhutnl"l K. A, Coukllnp;, Tlllman ; Johr,
I of point of 1 boglnnlnn, anil containing IIteen acrell'of ) "yJ.; Frank Hell White City
..i of whence you more fondly thought you more
; In the state Pennsylvania Iltnd. Regular sessions are held first Monday in eacb
he was brought back to Sing Sing bravely than any other person yon ADA MAY.Bt \ month.
I
I prison to serve out his t<,rm. hove known on earth or will ever know Guardian. for said Minor BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .

( I had iilmoHt forgotten to tell of the save your wife or your husband, if indeed D. Penney Tltttsvltle;, ..... County JmlceJaa.
they can always be excepted. Ifyonr Notice for I'uMlcation. E. Andrews, Tltnsville/ ;. Pro* Att'
attempt to em-ape by Charles Vincent I A. A, Stewart Tltuimillo,. .. ....County Clurk.J. ; .
and( James Welsh, though,: the incident mother be spared to you then are F. Woolen.CocOl..Tax AiwesftorK. .
\ II be effaced from you bouud to make! her a first charge nEI'An'n'ItN1' OP Till!: INTElIJnn, :. W. Ilull.TltHsvllle. .... . .Tax PollortorF.
Is not to
likely
I my Land Otll.uat Unmeitvllle. Jo In., Juue I 10,1002. } .. II. Hnye TUusvllle... .... .. .. .. Treasurer.
IH memory. The details are unpleasant on your life, us you desire! a peaceful R. K. Minis. MnnBventure. .. !Pnpt.! l'i\l>. Inot,
I sinil I! touch them conscience and as you shall answer before Notice:: la hereby Klven that the followluirnamod I J. O. Fries, Tl UHVIlle I ..County Surveyor
I euough. and upon reitler hns fl eii n tlce of hm Intention. to .1. P.: Hrown. Tltusvllle, :: ;::::: rthirlir.T. .
j ns lightly OH possible.! the Judgment Bent of God. She make ftnal. proof lu ""I'r"rt..f' his claim Clronltourt amithat .J. Cockahiitt: [.aflranfe..ReplstratlonOlllcer( ,
'lerk
will IIB mai'e before
I II Vincent was n sixteen year man torburl.1a1ry TUB OtJARDS SHOT THE CONVICT. must be encompasHed with every observance > a..hlpro..e atTltUHVllle. ..',..., on July 2J,, Welsh had five yenrs. for his act would have! been a thousand of comfort and honor and Heorice D. Denmark of Tltunvllie, Flu.. H
I" !grand lorcony.; The former bad served times worse than tbe death dealing bul gentleness and love wltb sacrifices 2M KartKe 12.lor 34 theSBKSo East.; <:tlou2JTown8hii-'l| : "'South. and tax. Dlxontnajrtir collector: : W.: R.K.K.i; :.''I"Jr.I; I innrshak"niltrcamiror

three of his term, and the latter lets. also,' If so be it will please her of He names the following wl-npHHes to prove hm ; John Henry tax "eae.aorj.Jnhn II.
years continuous residence upon and cultivation of Walker, F. A. Morgan O. F. Dnntn, ... I had been In prison but a little more i Welsh meanwhile bad run toward the tastes and occupations and time and 8ahll.t. vlt: twinir: !Rice of lltnsvllle. "'Ilt.; Inndluirham and J. L. rurruttiera.. councilman
j than a yenr. depot but before he got outside the even friendship, and after you have N. ,V. Robinson of Tltimvlllf. "'h..; Jeffersonfuyler The council meets first Tuesday. in each mouth.TITUSVILLF. .
\ prison grounds he stumbled over a done all that think of and of Mima.Fla.i; S. t' '1'. Wsrri-n or Minis, TRADE.
can BOARD.OF
The night of Aug. 22 was nn appall you any Fla. W. G. ROIiJN'"iX
; ingly hot one and there was much ditch and broke one! of his lega. 'A bullet one can suggest you will still remain a Pub. fee paid. Register.UUKVAKI O. M.\ RobMna, president) .'. M.\ Dlxon treasnrer -

UJilr : HtlcMRncHS In the cells of the 1,200 from u rifle broke the other and be hopeless bankrupt for the love wherewith .'. U. Hast In each secretary.month at Meets second .Wedueaday -
night .their rooms.FRER
brought back to his cell which ) COUNTY TKKASUItKK'8
: poor fellows who were boused In a was sbe loved you. *
space that Is small enough to smother now needed no lock to hold safely the STATEMENT.July AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
occupant. t.t. lima.: Indian River Lodgo, No. 00, holds. meetings
tI' any human creature even when' tbe YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING Balance cash. on hand June l tHKi2. ..$ 11son! 92 tliA, second and fourth Friday evenings of each.
nights are cool. A sleepless' night In When take Grove's Tasteless. Chill Amount received in June 1 W. .... .... 8IB3! 3 month at their lodge room, near court houxe,
: you at T:3)i: o'clock p. m. J, R. Walker W. M.,
Sing Sing prison Is enough to drive a The Perfect Liver Medicine.Mrs. Tonlo because the formula Is plainly Total. .... ...,.. ..... ... ... .. ,15ll KLesa F. A. Morgan, floc'y.

J sane prisoner mad. He has no light M. A. Jolley, Noble, O. T. writes: printed on every bottle showing that U Is warrants paid lo Jun" 110J!, ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.

t t.I by which be can reud. He has but his *'I have used Herblne for a number of slmgly Iron and Quinine in a tasteless era and an delivered! School to Hoard.County; .. roiumlaniun-.-... ..... .".. 4,24007- Frlenrlshlp Chapter No.:11, holds Its meetings
punt sins and his black future to dwell years, and can cheerfully recommend It fo.-rn. No cure. No pay. /COots. In the Masonlo. Lucille room Tltusvllle on the
upon. as the most perfect liver medicine, and Balance on hand June 1st 1002. . .tlfl.iwi 68 tnt 'I uosilay In earn. mouth a'3:OOo'clock p. in.,
....1 the Ihl.d Tuesday In each month
at 7:3uo'clock
:
.I On the night in question I bad not the greatest blood purifier. It Is a medIcln ABOVE BALAMOB!: IS HILDAS!: POI.LOW8: p. m. The fallowing! are the ofilcera oftrie
tn t'l closed my eyes at half-past 1 o'clock of positive merit, and fully accomplishes DAIRY NOTES Depoalted lu Indian River state Hank lodt-( Mrs. O. M., Roliblns, worthy matron ,
nil that Is claimed for It." lhlal'l" as I"r| I .aslupr's certlrlrnte. "Httlu, Dr. H. R. Wilmm, worthy patron ) K.
and was enduring all the horrors that cannot And a lodgment in the Good butter sh-mld lit" solid from tbetlmf to monthly report less check' not In 'IO.r4t M Wilson. asaoclite: matron! Mr. F. A.rl.io'ira:) n,
know In bis sys- trea"lIr..rlr.) .. K. 11. lIorllll""''''''. "aerret ry.:
I II a despairing man can t.Jon while the liver U in perfect order .> It la )put. upon' the tn lilt". Total............. ."''' :_" .:.::::"10.4U_ | .'BBALAHOKM .". Miss Kate Atrwurt' ('ondllot.U.MJ Mrs Jotn A.
I-- frightful lielplesnncpfl.' The sound of a for one of Its function U to prevent the Any excitement In- tue ilalry cow HK1.UNO1NO TO KACH ri791l AS FULi Hughes, associate conductress. Mrs. O. W. Sco*

.. pistol shot therefore had double effect nbsorpl Ion of fever polHons. 11 ei bine in tends to leHxen the now of milk. Comity Revenue-Uenera LOWS:'..nd .... ...".::12" OfK Mr.Morgan Ailahj. Ksther I Mrw.M.; M..I.It. Wa I.ker<'.rruth Ruth)rs Mrs., Martha F. A.|
I I I upon my nerves. The report was followed a most efficient liver regulator. COots at ; KOKIJLEIl SVEAMO F11O11 THE BARIlEti.eldoui ,Falling to nil tli buttermilk out
I I get r'liud .. 11Flueand
by groans, by appeals for mercy U. R. Wilson A Son's. causes butter to bevcnit rancid xoon.To < : : :: KorfelturB Fuml. .:.: : :' Wi I !rt Jo..IO'Cta.
t tbft motive that prompts the by curses by a fusillade of ride shots KeeillUK PrlHonrrx Kuud "4x4 M* .
tll It prisoner to take "FrencU leave" for ohtaln thf liext rfMults lu churning 8.eo.| Roa.lKlili.l, Z-"w IIIMt.l N... 1. ... KM: IX
and then dread CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE.
a quiet.Vincent .. .
< 3.... .... 1.3H8 02 TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.
i even the inont Ignorant mind reudlly the creiiui should IK only IIIIthtlyIIonr./ .?. ,
i can and Welsh had sawed th<* 4, ii it > i 01... .. l.WUM/
I understand that no person behind bad to the end The Clyde ships sailing from Jackson. lu winter tbt cri-ciu xhould be warmfd M ii ., "II. .... 7704
locks of their cells !
; run villa still ofpassengers. County Game Warden Fund .. ....... .. .. :1W 00Property The the times of arrival\
continue north full
\ tbe bars Is no bereft of liberty as the of tbe gallery forced aside the bar or to go UI|> to about HIS degrees before putting of Detviived l*o r > im Fund I MilC' following are
..11 I hunted fugitive from Justice. window and almoHt at I* Is evident that thin popu In tbe <'Iium. mntv Rcho vl fleneral;:: Fund; :. : ::;: I 01 and departure of passenger trains to ami
a were ..lIbt'rtywht'n lar line Is a !great f avoi'ite wltll the ti avel- 8.eolnil| l Tax Sohot.l l Dint. No.I.... .... a'U, 70 from Tltusvllle:
The Incidents here set down were related n guard of tbe name of Post discovered fur home have been 0111'ld"lIl1tll;:" In brine suiting Is <. .. .. 2......... .. B4I l M
N by an ex-couvlct In Slug Sing prison them. Vincent threw himself Ing public our people that It almost entirely avoids streaked 8.. .. .. .. .... 611 33 SOCTIIDOt'ND.
I yearly patronizing the Olyrte Line and Leaves Tltusvllle for Miami anil I
and oppeurcd originally In the New upon the ottlcer and took_ bis revolver seem thoroughly satisfied with the ships, or mottled butter. Total.. .. .. .......... ..... .. .. .'lo.D>1tI lilt Intermediate points at }f 3:21: p.m
York Herald. From the early seventies away from him. calling to his companion service, stateroom accommodations, etc. The milk /uliouhl uhvtiys bo Hklmmed F. H. nova:, County Truusuror. NOItTIf OUND.

until a very short time ago he knew no to force! wider the bnrln the win The Clydes are progressive! people and while uwtH-t and tht rivuni) then allowed Leave Tlruavllle fnr .Tacknonvllle I} I':"'' p.m.
other world than that made up of the dow. are connr.antly studying the convenience to turn xllKhtly, Hour. A Cheap Iiidlnn ICIver Home. and Intermediate points at |
population and comfoit of their Is '" TUusvllle for Ranford 1 :(OS ..m
of Slug Sing prison patrons. It certainly
: Sometimes butter has white "
Welch probably tlrouKlit that he specks' This Arrives Tltnsvtlle from San ford t:20: p.m
R pleasure to sail from Jackson place consists of nofes l!
In my early days at Sing Sing there 13.'f
made the window pannage wide enough distributed through\ it. This Is caused
villa on one of their grand steamers and mile north of ,Fort I'ierce. Four ttcrt'u
different class of
was a from that
men
for Vincent's bulk to At by ovefMounifKH In the oreiim.
through. J
get our home people In selecting their route are cleared and fenced and then* are
which populates! It nt the present time.! nny rate, he Jumped to the "romlt!. for annual trips north could not travel, In butter making next to controlling 25H)0() bearing pineapple plants on the

There were criminal giants in those Vlnei'nt WMM a lurce man and the win In giea'er' comfort. than by the Clvtlo the t tt"lt1p'rltnrti I... to chr.rn often while r.1 ce. There are 21 acrea ready to set A Sample copy of one of the best farm

luys-bank burglars sufo blowers : I>lne. Tli" tates are always, considering the 1'1'1'11111 IK In !,:IItKI coi.iiltlon.Wltlt oranjre trees and pineapples. The If will semi
highway robbers men who were lufumously tlie fiirf! ih,,t they\ Inclixia' mesils and tempcriiture' under control und : remaining: nlneucres H f oou pineapple papers published, free you

cruel, astonishingly bold whonever ; "fRUlT Of THE LOO J." stateroom beiths, much cheaper than by churning done! at the rluut; time the! land and a portion of it Rood for trees. your name on a postal card, mentioning
undertook mil. A letter ad Ireoxed. It frontajreon Indian Hiver. The
n crime without deliberating by V. M. Ironmonger r" a
upon the chances of being :Men and women of taate and judgment jr., ABs't Gen'l Piinxenger. Agent, butter will Ix-come xulid I and. be easily best uiiildinjr site Irt on a high elevation this paper.

strangled to death by the hangman's* go into ecstucies over the wonderful pat JnckKouvllle, Flu., will bilng you full hUll h'd. overlooking/ the river tln. to\Vn THE Ptownoy Co.,
rope for poHslble murder necessitated terns textures and colors which are the pxrlUlitr C'li.iiII.. Walton U the 71- On tb<* fnrni to inn\UP the most out of and the Indian Hiver inlet. There Is
Atlanta G .
fruit of the loom." But there is oue tiiHville "/lent.A the uitllv uud butler Home of the cows no house on the! premises. ,
by the accidental I features of the
"Job. fruit of the loom should be, bred to rome fresh In thespring Fort Pierce is a division! point on the ,
That type of criminal has disappear !8t! rnnu. r Esp..t.n.. ...
they rarely con-, tiud Kouie In tlie full.-St. Louis Florida East Coast Hallway and a place ,
ed. Ills extermination Is due to several aider, and that is Mr. Isidore de! Solla. Harrington of some importunce, with /K<">d prospects '

I. causes, principally the Ptnkortons. the frail and faded square) London report,* to tilt! Society Republic. for future development. There : ......___. -.". 1 ;:

i, Tbe perfected precautions against burglary woman old before For' Psychic Research tbe following experience. Ant a* Rianitl...>a). are stores of all kllltlot.St'Vl'foll'hllrchl's. I

t t I by the financial Institutions or* her time because la which a dog figures,: : "I sat "Look at tbe birds hi tbe trees." said noiiool' pnstofllce. telegraph oUlce, etc.
i also a Kreut barrier to the success of necessity compels opposite uiy daughter, who was read- This place will make a tine home and /7r/ I
her to work under the man who wnnts lo keep boti e: of made
\ the old stamp of professional criminal. Ing a book at the fireside. Presently Iesclalmed. capable being quite a Ylanta-
conditions, which "they wouldn't think of living In a tion. Five hundred orange ant
II{ The first mcape to my time was an send her more 'Good gracious!' my daughter crowded tenement." fruit treesand 100,000 pineapple plants
exceedingly clever alTalr..f favored sister saying. 'What Is ItT I replied. '1 ; i id
to "
I 1"e.. answered his wife "but look can be placed on it. Fine fishing, hunt
I Frank Koeliler was a burglar and bed and the doc could have! sworn I saw a doff enter i at the ants. They always live in an ing and oysteringin the immediate vicinity. ?

was assigned to employment In one of tor's care, the room.' I described the dog minutely. apartment housf. And every one knows Fort Pierce is headquarters

the industries that shipped Its product The diseases My tlnu ht'r. In great surprise. i thiu ants are smarter than birds."- for hunting, fishing and sports generallly. td77n77"dt I

I. ; to the market by a steamer plying between which weaken and told mo that nlie had that moment rend Wasbluutou /Hiur.Forewarned: \ Price, $1,500, which is very cheap.
I the village of Sing Sing and torment women, of For full information address,
n di'Kcrlptlou of just such n 1og. I Idd Ifivldr,4-j'4
in almost all tllf
may T.
f New York city. Koeliler was a strap. cases be cured not even know the title of the .. C. MCCARTY
: ping big fellow muscular and by ; Ankona, Brevard County, Fla. $; ;hH mMlJ0 &i l4a .
/ very the use of Dr. h"nYf'! had no ddg at the time!', nor Agent-Let me show you something
,ti wonderfully skillful\ 'In the use of his Pierce's Favorite hUt I I't" fot>''.">."'1 cho'it' ono" ..
very nrnt In tbe way of artificial limbs.Mr A tare Chance.
fists. He was n most generous and Prencription. 1 1
I IluIIYllllln-Non"I'nsel! Don't both
obllclng chop, but was too well a ware establishes r e g u> Stops the Cough : t
er me I'm not a cripple.Agent 1110-IOOftl'rl'stIO(! feet
of his physical power and too Indifferent larity, dries weakening ami works off tile Colil. frontage on
drains heals --Of course uot. but It's always Indian and Banana rivers. (!Ol to 7H( rbr #7Y 7l.IIJ :
to Laxative
consequences to submit to Imposition Bromo-Qiiinlne Tablets cure a
t I inflammation and well to bf prepuml for emergencies\ especially citrus trees, about half coming into
I i nt the hum! of the otlleers.\ ulceratl<5n, and cold In ono day :Xo Cure. No Pay. bvre In New Yurk.Brooklyn bearing oranges, tangerines grapefruit _-.... ,' "....,..___''III.U"
Price 2 ctll. .
The second after his -
: day arrival cures female weak Life. kumquats, 0 bearing mangoes. -
Kochler urns walking;: In the lockstcp to ness."I Cannibal Trout. 3 bearing avocadoes, It.OiKl bearing
his dl II 11<'1'n Oml'<, whose of pInl's 3011 to 4 r. post ,
I, hurl female trouble. for eight yesr. ... wrltm Trout are cauulbuls. and It la a moot From Sir John Lubbock we take this KIDNEY DISEASES
duty was by the lucssroom door was M..... I. J. Iirnnis. of 8ft Kant Collie. Mtcet. question whether In some waters large ennobling thought: "You in grapes, bananaspersimmons, n nursery
I may see a
accustomed to poke tin- prisoners In Jacksonville, Ills. "Words csnnot "nr..M whnt of about 1,000 sour orange>\ trees ready
I suffered. / tnxfkl nlitf amour !>> mtdicalfroruiom trout should not be systematically destroyed. shallow pool either the mud lying at to bud, a few peach trees,3 acres vegetable
tbe rllm with hi* clnli. either for 111-
) Tnr hun* or to hurry them Into the try J>r. Herce'K and found Favorite now Prr FrleniU.""cHpli.>urgetl n. When me. to t Dartmoor fishermen are in the bottom or the image of the blue land 4-inch artesian well large are the 'most fatal of all dis
commenced Inking thi medicine. I weighedninetyfive favor of killing them. They My that ky above." wharf, drive well soft water, 8-room
dining bull. Said odlcer made an unfortunate potmd Now ]. weigh. one hundred. flsh In theIr streams of one pound to dwelling, store building, packing house eases.

t selection fur a victim wheuhe and before.nfly-slx I wan pounds-so b..d more I would thnu II 1*ever from weighed day tolav two pounds. weight are hardly ever tool house, warehouse, 2-ton ice, box, CURE IIIrULLI

viciously Jabbed Koeliter in the ( nnd loiiy for death to come :and rellew I myitfTerinir caught by ordinary means and lire entirely Kepulslve Features. 2 acres of poultry yard Eruit this mi CY'C' KIDNEY

I Idc.. fur the couvlct's mighty arm shot apreeuble. drain I had hrearinfr-down internal Inflammation pain and, a suchdiHtrettA di oo their own brethren. A two DII\okheadll pimples, greasy faces and year will bring &JOO to *IOO. Rent 0 Guaiantead Reoed)
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I .ut. and the big paw caught the guard every month but now I never. hav a pound Devon!' trout Is muddy complexions, which are so common from vegetable land will keep up grove.
under tbe chin. 1'8ln- all mv own work and! am a strong. and probably responsible among women, especially girls at a P. A. MCMILLAN,
t That officer never struck another.prisoner. heallhy woman." for the death of several atones'w'lgbt certain ago: destroying beauty, dlsflgur Eau Gallie Fla. or money refunded. Contains
Tavorite Prescription makes weak of his own "'Iod.-Nnture Notes.Th lug and making repulsive, features which eminent
Ills uaefutnes. remedies
as n prison recognized bv
women strong sick women well. Accept would otherwise appear' attractive and
guard was ended. Koehlcr was terribly nmt Pmerfptloa. for. Malaria I OLD LEAD FOR SALE la any quantity lot
no substitute for the medicine which refined, Indicate that the Ilrer Is out of the physicians as the best
punished for his act. but tbe guards works wonders for weak women. Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove'lTlUteleal order. An occasional dose of ITerblne at ADVOCATE office.Fotey's troubles.

thereafter held his strength! In great Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets should be Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron will cleanse the bowels, regulate; the liver Kidney and Bladder

i respectKpebler used ,,'itll"Favorite Prescription" when and quinine In a tasteless form. So and'< so establish a clear, health v complexIon. :- Honey and Tar PRICE SOc. aa& SJ.oo.

bad. beep with a* but two ever a laxative is required. Cure, No Cure. Price SOcts. 50o at B. B. Wilson A Son's. cures colds, prevents pneumo J.. B K. VT1LSOS Jfc; SON"

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EO. M. BOBBINS 1'1a. Ito.,. .. Can Von Solve It or Prove That I. Haw lie 81'0".11"Ila Prrtllctlon l>v Some Tnlnnble IDro...".< eC Vlnltor,
m. a Parrot dit .::oa=,t. \1rA
G Cannot B. SolTetlf Going late Detail to late your Ineuhttor.. onh.rnu
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Cosily: .r,a'.d' .
ATTORNEY' AND COUNSELOR A' story is toHl wherein! figure two At n torture at the Royal Institutionon It U said of Fourier the socialist One of our corrvxpouilcntrtshra: to web r'urak Run
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well known Columbus. Indies and a par the fascinating subject of "Magic thut he had all the qualities of a prophet know If cluck t gg* are t.'('atrnl .u the eras tuts ,u,1.h. h r. I

AT-LAW.I, rot. Mrs. A. puld'u spwlul' call: at the Squares" :Major P. A. MacSInhon F. K. except vagueness. Ills craze tor precision same manner lu the iuet.luiior I ux hen ;:dAmp/::
Will practice la State and United States S.. iviuladed 1 his audience of the existence spoiled his predictions! for us. el ma +
home of Mrs. B. the other day and was eggs He writes: "I have four l'ralrbState ahl.. ..,
of a curious problem which despite The> Speaker quotes Charles Glde. the do not break.Noma rf
Court, ushered<< !Into the living room by the special duck uiiulrlnevnuu: i \
economist, as cleverly showing what e h.un \ (
its apparent simplicity has neveryet \ )
Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. maid of all work
ru await the appearance Fourier operated u portion! of last seilxou with far. 'u chaf.
lost by this:
of been solved. cooiuicuded it to and cut. 1 h. "
Mrs. B. I' "Thus if writing before the advent ot varying success.' I have! thought that I nut i
t
GAULDEN Mrs. B. bad come Into possession of aptlrrot the attention of any one present who bnrn... .... \" \ \ '
D.L. desired to exercise his Ingenuity and railways he had confined himself to perhaps 4 aid not handle: the machine luotlne .hate.
only a short time !before and hoi
patience.The stating thug a wan would lu a tttngl right as I found n good uinuy dead lu n.... but \ r
been keeping the bird In the living wean Iwle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, problem is as follows: There are day lio! able to start from Marseille!. the shell In some of the liatchcH. I ran ..lonhyth.. r I

Will practice In all the Courts of the State of room.English Polly and has appears a wry good to know command whento thlrty-tilx oillcrrs of six different ranks breakfast in Lyons. stud dine In Paris. the 1"lIdllnt the mime n* for lion cggn." HaUII"..01 Ku..a, k' '\ a f t

at Florida, and the United States Court.. use It. Mrs. A. sat down with her and drawn from six different: regiments his prevision would have been consti! On_ _. most of n tile uu large duck farms the' i

1. 0 Box,235. TITC8VILLE. FLA.. back to the bird without noticing It, and it U required to arrange ered most remarkable, but since he eggs: \ oro Incubatedery similarly to
adds that the Journey will be uccom
them In of thirty-six compartmeats
and as Polly made no sound sbe remained a square hon eggs, though the tempo-mure' In Sold \1
L' J. WEBB!: so that !in each row aa well us pushed upon the back of a stipple and ...",..b... '
In Ignorance of'Its ouc-hnlf to
presence. often run front one degreelees ,
offlccr elastic porter who will be the 'nntl In ran***
1'a tu each column there appears an
Observing a beautiful vase\' on the but some successful operator con all,l>n.M.d %
lion. we roar with. laughter.
also officer .
A'TTORNEY-AT-LAW of each rank: and an byStandard
mantel Mrs. A. arose from her scat from each regiment "Or again If be had snld simply that i tl'11I1lltat duck eggs! differ .uuitvrlally OilCompany \ \

Will practice io the Courts of the 7th and crossing the floor took down the Kuler's "Itecherches Sur une Nouvelle peoplevould some day be able to com from those of other fowls anti requite
Circuit. Taxes paid for dainty piece of brlc-u-brnc to examineIt.
non-residents Rgpece; < de Qnarrea Maglqucs." which mnnlcnte Instantaneously with fad different treat men t. Some yours ago
and rents and She It
accounts collected. gazed on rapturously com
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its decora- appeared: In 1782. discusses this problem other from one end of the World to the the writer visited a large duck ranchat
absorbed
TrrusviLLK:, FLORIDA. tlons.pletely when suddenly by from eh-gniit Just behind but gives no solution, and the lute other I.'ourlerVoull1 have been credited Rlvertou \"a..llnd the manager, who

her came the shrill and stern command Professor Cayley, writing more than a with a rare degree of Intellectua was very successful hatching duck TAPE'WORMS

[ A.D.. PENNEY' : century afterward confessed 'that I It I foresight but as he thought best to descend eggs, explained In part his methods,
his to the particular. 'A certain vessel
"Drop Itl Drop it"! was beyond powers. leaving London arrives In China to- which'ut tbo time we noted) very carefully I
Major Mnc. labon, who has added so
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Mrs. A. obeyed and turned with a as wo 'were then hatching' quitea
much to our knowledge the theory day; tomorrow the planet Mars, having
Trru8vILL&:. FLORIDA. scream to face the Imperturbable gaze of fascinating' branch ol been udvlecd; : of tue arrivals and movements number' of ducks and afterward followed "A tape worm eighteen feet long at
of Polly, who sot !In her cage with hergret'o groups-a lean camu on tb. wane. after my taking two
of ships by the astronomers of his method as closely as -
mathematics which has an IWl'ortBntbeIlI'ln possible CASOARKT9. This I mm sure has ekimed
[ Will practice In all the courts of the 7th bead slyly perked to one Bide. On branches of physical Asia, will transmit the list to. the astronomers and are free to assert that the Dad 0eslih i for the pMt I am etta my
Judicial Circuit. the floor lay the beautiful vase smashed ou many bikini Ca.u..r..t.., the only'olttanlO worthy of
IICI..nc'e-ba. not yet found a key to thvwystt'ry. of London. WCl again roar result was far better than our old otloe by .unalhl. noople." ,
to bits. At this most embarrassing with laughter and forget that be bat; method which was practically the Oao. w. BOwi.M, BaIrd, oat
B. entered the Before
moment Mrs. room.
A. MORGAN Whoever can solve this problem or arrived by the fantastic machinery of for hou'a We cannot
FREDERICK Mrs. A. could explain the situation amo as eggs. nay CANOV
the ..OWa'uulta
Imagination at the as
that It be solved will
Polly shook out her feathers and remarked prove cannot: the Unit we operated our muchluvH In exactly CATHARTIC
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE achieve Immortality on the lips of telegraph; and the telephone.
: : the same manner, or oven remembered
Loans, Notary'Public. "You're Itl! You're itt! You're HI"- mathematicians and perhaps open a all we heard there, but this
door Into u new realm of the scientific Not 0...... In M Cofiln.

J Collections, Typewriting, Stenography., Ob1o,Slate Journal. wonderland which la called pure mnthemiitlcs. Of the many thousands of bodies of Is the rule we adopted after our visit: veaei loan ..SSI.T.toDpl

TIT08YILLK, FLA. I W..bo. .-London Post.Cntrhlna soldiers who are burled In Arlington Slowly heat the machine to 100 degrees
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The cemetery there Is but one and that an with the thermometer resting on

The horse In war in expensive, fragile officer whose r'mllluRVl'rl' not Inclos. the trays with the bulb free and hold
Mu.kellonas.You .
,. J WADE H. JONES: and u fool lie Is greedy, and his food n .'.. Pni.anbinsent.I Tavte Good. Do t
" "r
f feel the drops of sweat on your .11111 n votilu. Tie lute General M. C. It steadily for twenty-four hour, whenIt Oood. N: klaken. !!t umor.IU Urln I lOo, ash lust
Is himself lie
us bulky as requires an
foreheud.\ though the early morning air MelRN during the civil! war und for Is ready for tho eggs. After placing ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
REAL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE expert to keep him efficient under hard subsequently was. ll.rllK- k".at C'_ .."Lune.emus,*., twk. II*
} many yearn Cllulrll'rOI1lIll'r
lu tho machine the
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wo.I'lt.and u miracle to keep him aliveunder In IIH cool! us the breath from somesnow tho eggs/ & place

f'' Loans and Collections. heavy Ore He must be watched clad mountain. Orudually he Some general of before the United bill death Statesarmy. he tbt'i-nuniieter:! on the! eggs, the top of the 1 NC'TO.6ACsoil:: and w t7VUE) oar.nte.Ahy.11Aw.robawOverWork o Alabll.'
, I : years built witu the of the
.j' and guarded more carefully than the weuketm rind! you know'tIJd''t. barring JUMC even top eggs,
Tl'rusvlLLIC' FLOIIIDA. bad erected at Arlington large granIte and the to
I lines of communication both In action accident you have won. Up. closernnd then turn up lamp BO as

Ir.r.. and In camp. lie Is a coward. The raco closer you draw him along till'at tomb, fty his direction the sculptor bll nil them to the desired 102: degreesus Weakens

j |CEO..A. WOIII, ,Y, of them that snorted "ha! hat) among lust he tloais there within a foot; of cut a puree In the center of former'xbody. the !hI">' quickly us possible, without unduly Your l Kidneys.
i stone exactly tin size of the on-heating the chamber. When
. the trumpets the noise of the plains your bout egg
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. and the shouting" Is dcnd. If It ever No eyes so wicked as a tnusky's. The ,,'ullJtorVa., pledged! tusecrecy the heat has reached 10:::, adjust the Unhealthy Kidneys flake Impure Blood.

General practice la State and Federal lived at all outside the Inspired mind They glare up ut you like on angry : nor did the Jcut'rullurarw an regulator so that the duuiper) valve is

Courts. All business entrusted will o.f'tbt' plague stricken poet. He Is a do;;'", weuilug to watch every motion one, of the fact slltfhtfy raised and then tiint down tho All the blood In your body passes through

receive prompt attention. traitor and will desert! to the enemy at you make. n<. careful. Here It conies When Jem-nil" Melgs died, his body flame BO as to Just balance the love... If your kidneys once every three minutes.

General/ Counsel for the Tuttle Estate the first opportunity probably with his: final despairing leap for IIb"'ly.11' was manse In n linmNonie casltel: and the Incubators are In u room whore the u jj*. )u d The kidneys are your

Miami. three days' rations In his saddlebags ho makes It his powerful tall sweeps convened to till''I'III.'r,. When however temperature U liable to full suddenly, blood purifiers they filter
.. un, attempt wan made to put the flame valve la t I out the waste or
MIAMI FLORIDA. and a useful rifle in the bucket.-Spec agulntit the stern and deluges you wit bwIII..r. turn the no the allghtlyraised. I
casket lu the tmrcopluigua.: It was : Impurities In the blood.
tator. Hut the books bold nnd once The regulator will then do the
[AMES ANDREWS, more for the lust time you druw him found to InlinpOHxIhle.. and.. the undertaker rest. Do not disturb the eggs for the If they are sick or out
The Worst Tronfcle. hail to remove1< the (11),1l'I'ClIII"II't', ( Ip'fe of order, they fall to do
after
again to whore the guide waits with a next forty-eight hours but that their
:ATTORNEY-A ..\w. "Is there anything border to bear revolver In his hand. A shot buck of casket and nut It In th' sunopliagi.iwith turn them twice u day cooling as little Pains work., achesandrheu-

Main office and postoftiee address, TirnsVILLE. than,real trouble asked the Intellectual those glittering. eyes a shiver down the no other covering than the geiier iioMslble.. Before the unluial heat has mat ISm come from excess -
man who sat next to me In the 1l'lIlCtb'ot swift Into al's uniform VVimhliigtou Pont. developed In the adjust the tray of
:. Branch office at FORT PIEKCK. whole him. u Jerk eggs urlo acid In the

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. smoker. the bottom-of the bout wltb the gaff- I by 'raising or lowering so the thermometer blood, due to neglected

Notary Public State at Large. "Only imaginary trouble be replied. hook-und you lie. buck In an ecstasy of The ItoHN Worm Aledlclne. on the different trays will kidney trouble.Kidney .
Judge. ha ustlou.-iterlbntr's.. read alike and ,then do not again trouble causes quick or unsteady
ex
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II. P.Kiimpe, Druggist; Lolfthton: A U., change their position no matter how taart beats and makes one feel) as though

TEPHEN E. FOSTER: If you get rich yon mast make money writes. : "One of my customers had a much the to they had heart trouble because the heart la
temperature! seems vary,
child, which was sick, and throw up all overworking In pumping thick, kidney
during dull tiroes.-AtclUsoa Ulobe. Slight Injuries. often disable a man and
: but shift the trays each day so at to
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW cause several daYII' loss. of time,and when food' could< retain nothing on Its stomach. poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
J.enrncMs Cannot Ho Cured. blood poison developen, sorted f men result rTe bought/ one bottle of While's Cream equalize or average the variation In It used to be considered that only urinary
\ und It brought 111)) temperature. trouble. were to be traced to the
,Sims Building, local cannot In I.h81"KIi of a hand or limb Chamber.Isin'sPain Vermlfnae, up worm kidney.,
by application, as they Balm Is antiseptic Ilnimenti from tho cull!. It's the boon worm med Tent tbo egg oa the fifth day, placing but how modern science proves that nearly
of the nn
JACKSONVILLE FLA.EORGE roach the diseased portion ear.There
Is deafness When applied to outs bruises and burnsIt cine In tho worH. White'Crea'nVon. all live germs at the back of the all constitutional diseases have their beginning
to cure
only one way
and that Is. by oonstltntlonnl remedies, causes them to heal quickly aDd with mlfuin also the children's tonic. It tray leaving the Unfilled rows next to In kidney trouble
assimilation. If are sick make
W. ALLEN, Deafness Is caused by an loll imed condition out, maturation and prevents aoy dangerof improves thvlrdlirPHtloii and the door. In the last of these (the one you you can no mistake
first
of food strengthens their nervous, by doctoring your kidneys. The mild
OH the mHcou lining of the Eiwtachlart blood poison. For' sale by all diug< and, restores them to the health vigor ayatens farther from the door) place tho thermometers and the extraordinary effect of' Dr. Kilmer'sSwampRoot

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tube. When thin tube pets: In- fists and medicine dealer. add nhiKtlclty of rplilts natural to child! which should then read 00 the great kidney remedy la

JlY: WEST FLORIDA. named you have II rumbling{; sound or Imperfect u>od. 5ots at U. II. Wilson A Son's degrees when resting on the bottom of soon realized. It stands the highest for Us

Will practice In the United States : hearing, and when it Is entirely Nitinlnic the ",.mD. .. tho tray, with the bulb free. Test again wonderful cures of the moot dlatreseingeaaat

ad State Courts.. OjunOS) eluted l deafness U the result, and unless A story la told of a negro evangel ou the Ufteeuth! day,' when, If development and I I.told on Its media ., .."
tbd Inll kmmatlon can be taken out and leu I minister, who\ held night services In l.lublnlnw an" Tbon..u.. has properly advanced, tbo egg by all druggists,In fifty-
this tube restored to I U normal condition,
used Angll In a .lecture. on "llalnclond and cent one-dollar tUes. if' t"
Xiy'tlie
BURNIIAJI hearing will be destroyed forever nine H i-tiiipcl formerly will be nearly I opaque the nltantols. ffi
s M. p, ; which hud r.l btllhllt" scientist explained the extreme You have a
N canes out of ten are caused by cf 'rh, rue: t-hunli III" hymnal a having ulmcst or entirely encircled<< the may
which U nothing; but an lnfUm cone IH-I-II left Le found an old)I ( familiar bluet l lens und grotesque shapeof embryo. Handle the OKK very carefully sample bottle by mall itom of*./amiiioo. *.

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, dltlon of the mucour surface uyum suitable for bin sermon, but tine thunderclouds ns being roused. by when testing and! turning', so as free also pamphlet telling you how to find
bladder trouble.
have
Ear, Nose and,Throat. We will give One Hundred Dollars for !Ilonmu camber COIN somexvluit con- electrification and said that occasionally not to jar them. out Mention If you this paper kidney when or writing Dr. Kilmer

any case of deafness (caused by catarrh, ) fuel',l him und he was pmhurrnssed as lightning goes upward from groundto After the. twelfth day tho creative & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
EST PALM :BEACH, FLOHIDA. that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh to how to nunoum-e the hymn. ,\. was cloud. Lightning contlnues'Mntll thethundercloud forces will have done their work. This

Cure. Send for circulars, free. the ciiftoin. he read (the stanz..s through bus rloeu too high above will ho noth-iMl by n rise In tempera-
Toledo O.OS .
& (JO
F. CHENEY
J. ,
R." UOUOHTOVS Mefinlntf still oonfuHed He then\ re- the subjacent ground for the tension turn null with the ndjimtiuent you
: Sold by druggists; 7So.:$ llall'.Famlly -
Pills are the best. rend the. (lent" Htnuzuit. which did not requisiteAs! the Cloud lift the light hate It will require less. \bent from tho

FLOATING DENTAL se.*m to aid him In helping the congregation Ding's path becomes more verticalTbunderueads lamp mid! the regulator Will doubtless

APARTMENTS tlntvniliM* \lrn la lllitrjlnrd. now very much bewildered. may be seen :200;! ) tulles. have to be altered siiiewhat. If the

on the "Dentos," prcpiiriicloii tined to prudiiti; what Proving redoubtable be straightened Window .lass has been, broken b1bea'y machine\ Is full of the /germs It' will

WI' call "vtK-1-liwtlon" (In known., / tJ moiitfuiedlcnl himself up and seemed to grasp the situation thunder. The cumuli rise to n need watching/ very closely or It may

Now AT PALM BKACH. I nun ,us tnrvlw tint. to pro at u glance and In a stentorianvolie height of. some sU miles, then slop over run tip. to 103: degrees' or more, ewpoclully notdn And don

--. -.. .. dint- which It l.. accessory to go exclaimed.. "Drett/ren... let us sing and form a haz (thunder huge:' Light during the third work, which Ivhereber
Foley's through n surgical, operation the sub- th likce-alx uymn.,'-ixew York Trhlr nlng will fall vertically from the ex would citiwe many to dl< They may good crops

Kidney Cure feet being a young cow or even u calf. one. treme limit of the haze cloud sometimes not die Immediately, but they! will bo are grolvn.

Intakes kidneys and. bladder rightVirgilliaHomes: After wnrlfylnjr the belly of the anl, though no rain la falling. Lightning i fore the end of the hatch Cool the Sold everywhere.

mal the parts having previously been Cures Sciatica.Kev. causes the clouds to partially full ,egg dally during the ShI'l1: week, an 190 Annual FREE.

shaved, the wound is Inoculated, with to the earth In showers and so lUolf that a thermometer resting cti the
W t. Riley L. L. D., Cuba N. D. M. HIINV 00.
virus from animal already III UtMJ. causes rule will IK but III
un Y. write.: "After fifteen days of excruciating eggs register degrees. Detroit
A Pore In thus formed without lusting : pain from nclailo rheumatism not cool nny during/ the fourth week. M 10".

Injury to the beast, and after a wrvk or under various treatments, I wan Inducedto lip Dolled It Dawn. During the fourth week the danger

mutter beglui : Ballard's Liniment the lint A beginner In newspaper work In a ,. .
vui-vlne Snow '
thin the
leu days a try overheating !Is not so great, nil animal -- --- ---
to flow from the ahruslon.. Tills pus or I application giving: my first relief, and the southern town who occasionally "sent heat declines or remains about The Largest 'and Most Com

You learn all about Virginia; Lands, ,mutter In the vaccine virus of ron second, entire relief.. I can give I It. uniiii stuff" to one of the New York dallies statlonnruntil piping, when It increases >
Its resnul'ce.'product.' .., mule of cultivation mere ,lltied recommendation. a.;>c',60o( and picked up what seemed to him a "big and n temperature of 105 or elate Establishment South.
prices, etc., by reading, the il. at U. JC. Wilson & !Son's.: of- |
.5, H.m... quills| ||| which have been syrup itory. Hurrying to the telegraph 100 Is desirable: << at the time the ducklings
\I" Virginia Farmer. Send lOcta. editor GEO. S. HACKER & SON
ho "queried" the telegraph : '
flee
for 8 months subscription to the ed wllli Ji I knife until they prwut a are breaking the shell, and underno ,
Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. rough! exterior are rul'b'Hl. this virusThe O..m.... 011. 0........_ "Column story on so and so. Shall I circumstances should It then be alowetl -

elms from oneulirMi,
in iiwit 1H.IKM nllh'. wlilli after which I ibe alive groves around Oaaitis- reply was brief and prompt bat the l I..II duckling IN well dried off open

BANNER SALVEthe is-lug fU 1>1"I'III'totlllr.* tw'hnleullyrhllsu run are iruanJed liy othVinl watcliuien to the enthusiast! uOllutJ.fu lorl. "Send one of the doors! about( an Inch and secure P

world. "point* Tfiew point when. ready for to prevent the trees In-lng strlpixnl by COO J ( words. waa all it-said. It In this position, *> u" to ui-cu-

moat healing salve In the) bipmrnt, look. very lunch Ilk. ordinaryooi thl.'"..... lint on a certain date tile governor "Can't be told In less than 1.200" he tOlD: them to a slightly lower tempera-

:: f quIli the a lrii" coating not twin* or some magistrateUnues. a wired back. Before long the reply tore before being rem-/,'ej to the

risible' to I h>- nuked eye. prix-luuiutlon! warning all owners of .came: brooder. but If the nursery under the r+-i id1

60 YEARS'EXPERIENCE --- olive trees that they must pick their Iory of creation of world told la tray In not<< too full let them remain lit ':

Cures Rczeuui; itching Iluniort), I fruit for After. a certain date It becomes eoa Try It,"-N.w York Post. tile Incubator for twcnty-foiir' hour I

public property. If a farmer has Th re Is not so much nws lty for

IMmpleM and Carbuncles. il.. crop only half gathered when that ot Diarrhoea. ventilation with duck d* with hen
Cure
Costs Nothing to Try. date arrives, the publia wilt gather It remarkable eggs, and all) currents! of air should be .+ -fv t
t B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) I. DOW for aim. "About sU: years ago for the first time. voided./ This was the principal pointwe

recognized as a certain and sure curs for In my life I bad a sudden sod sever stack learned) on our visit to the Virginia MANUFACTURERS OF .

: ". eczema,itching;ehio, humors, scabs pimples Question Answered. of diarrhoea," says Mrs. Alice Mil -Natlonal Journal.
duck farm Poultry
TRaoEslohs scales, watery blisters, aching bonesor ler, of Morgan, Teias.: "I got temporary ; Doors Sash Blinds,
t COPY..IGHTa 4c. Joint, boils, carbuncles, pitching pain Yes, August Flower still Las the largest : relief, but It came back again and again; ,
A RTOTM..ndtnCaskeinh.nde.arrltnlnn..r l 10 the skin, old eating. sores, ulcers, etc. ale of any medicine In the civilized'I and for six: long; years' I have. Buttered Cholera Infnnttini. Building Material.
trnleklr; a..rt.e l I. probably* our of num.nia il fro.*C"ttimnnl wh.th.r' BOInxnitmn Botanic Blond Balm taken Internally world. Your mothers' and grandmoth-: more misery and agony; than I can tell. Thin has long been regarded as one of Mcnlding&(

tt n:.*(.-ttl.llatMlMiokonPaunu for t nt.uPntimla cures the worst and most deep-seated ers' never thought of using anything elM| It wan worse than death. My husband the most. dangerous and fatal diseases. to Office! Warerooms King, oppoMte
M< t fr,1. OMmt aiiMMVT aounnirp
token !!mush Manna C .aa11 cases by enriching, purifying and vltalls- for Indigestion or biliousness. Doctors pent hundreds of dollars for pbyclcUus' which Inf ants are subject. U can be cored Cannon Street.Charleston .
ap.cer/.rd/a./ wllhnat. .,10......IB the. lug the. blood, thereby giving a healthy were scarce. aud they seldom beard of prescriptions and treatment without however when, properly treated. All that

ScientificAtianrtiM Rmerlran: blood supply to the. skin. Botanic Blood Appendicitis, Nervous, Prostration or vail. Finally we mend to Uonque county Ie necessary U to give Chamberlain' Colo. S. C.

.._ .. Balm Is the only cure, to stay cured, for heart failure, etc. They used August our present home, and one day I bap Cholera and Diarrhoea. Remedy and ,
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1_ ...r nlrnitmt"...,...n..t.tll.< ,......"I.-,'. t-arraat'J'.m.,ea rte.aui sMwM..LR these awful, annoying skin trouble It Flower to clean out the system and atop posed to see an advertisement of Cham castor oil, as directed with each bott1e1 Sash / Cord and
''' .et. sold heals every sore and gives the rich glow ermeotatlon of undigested: food regulate berlalo'. elllloOholera and Diarrhoea and a cure i.l certain. For sale Weights,
M 'Nii& Co:' "'.:r' New York of health to the skin. Builds up the the action of the liver,stimulate the nerv- Remedy with. a testimonial of a man who druggists and medicine dealers.

fora.e 0....(0* F Wa-AUwUia.. ;; broken down body and makes the blood ou. and organic action of the system, had been cured by it. The case was so Hardware.
red and nourishing. Especially advised soil l that Is all they took when feeling similar' to mown that I concluded tory

for chronic old canes that doctors, patent dull and bad with headache and other the remedy. The result wa wonder. Window and 'Fancy Glass
Cljde Steamship Line. medicines and hot springs fail to cure. ache*. Yon only need a few doses of at. I could hardly realize that I was _

raggisU, $1. To prove B. B, B. cares, reen's August Flower In liquid form, well again$ or believe It could be so after /I- A SPECIALTY.

Tickets and reservations via the Clyde cares, sample sent free' and prepaid by to make yon satlsfUd there. is nothing laving(suffered long but that one boa. ,
Btearathlp Line can be secured of Cbas. writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta Gs.Deacrtbe serious the matter with yon. Ton can tie. of medicine, costing but a few cents This .'..alan le m ...,, boa .,( /he. f....!.. Tar
Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, 'IIume. trouble and free medical ad. get this reliable remedy at B. R. YYiUon tired me." For sale by all druggists and Laxative BronwHjuinine TsbMta Foley's Honey mad

vice sent. in sealed letter. .t Son. Get Hectic Special Almanac. medicine dealers. ike rraMdy that cares a eeLs to day bl/dnn.t..Urt No oplllte1l.EAST .





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,3- EAST COAST ADVOCATE JULY 25 1902.
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t JAMBS. FBITCBUBD, President; WM. M. BBOWW! Vice-President

1 ,H' EAST COAST ADVOCATE OUR FIRST. PRIMARY.On BREVARD COUNTY'S' PRIMARY VOTE C, S. ScHtnriJm, Oashlor. W. S. Aesfc Cashier.
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., Tuesday, the 15th, the entire INDIAN RIVER STATE RANK'COUNTY

,; JkWMKLV oJoo..r..D..OT.D TO TEa DBVBbOPMBKT State of Florida held its first Democratic .
Or TEa 1HDIA9 BITCH, IA..BWORTH primary for the nominationof Toe Official Count.
..D BIMATinB BATSBOTIOir*
candidates' to be voted for in the DEPOSITORY.

1 I I PUBIJSHZD KVXBY FBIDAT.O November election. A U. S, Sena .s. .. ....: I Ib Authorized capital $1 COCOO
tor, three Congressmen, a Judge ot( 4i 6 d4 d e kb Paid up capital, $25,000
{ f o .= ro:. ; 1 ,,; = e Ii I
,i .AKLBS H. WALTON, Editor Ot Publisher.DiROonttnnance the Supreme Court, a Secretary of f :::\ 1-; ", 'a. ._ it o I l nmo ....: Average deposits, $100,000
CANDIDATES w fie 0 .8 2 w i7 ,R 102 :; >. "
Railroad
State, a Comptroller, two i::' .. ;: Q.! <1< ;; t ; :; :;; 1-= S ..gI Nk f. -
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: at thu otHoe of or advt.by writing.ObeoK mast.be made'perBally Commissioners, and a host of Count H I [&1 ,::<1 r I: JJ t: IFs 1. I FC7 1 GUii::::. >Q II:: I For vti Transacts a General Banking
= officer'" were before the primary, .
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}'t r M.I ,etc.,may be made payable to CHABI.CS, and we think that results justify Stephen. S. $It enntor Mallory. ::10.'lI)I'! I 7 I 3i.702018 I 6 8U1111 01(32011( I 48.j l Business

te WAI.TOW. ,publisher. I us in saying that the primary has For Congress: I I { I
'I It more than met the expectations of Robert W. Davis. 34..0016483713. / 036 .801(118( 6 7161210 a172613 GOIJ I
f [ Address< oontmunlantlons\ S to its supporters. For sometime the For Supreme Court: I 1 : : Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.I
i Wm. A. Hocker. 26 4616 40U 5 .30 4'H2 2 b I 4 7.710 ::1.82411 317 ::4
{I :+ EAST COAST ADVOCATE,. drift of opinion has been in favorof b ,, Exchange bought; and lold on all Foreign" '
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f Joa B. Wall. 6 41) 2 8122! 0 8.4 32 616. ,, 28.111O 2 un .
l TITOITII.I.B,1! .. thA primary system as the best For Seo'tary of State: I 11 6'd+ CDuutrlee.ff

(I' i _..____... _. __. = method_____ nf nominating candidates. H. Clay Or wford. 81 .871540'3:1' : 834 ,642018 .6 8161111 ] 474 1'Atronaite appreciated.--Prompt service punts.
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rand the system will, more thanlikely For Comptroller: ,,. wYh ,. h,' treutmuui,uml every favor conalntant with ODD.I
THE STATE FAIR. A.C.Uroom..7 163010! fi 32 167. 1).012.4 8,3 61712282', J; +- w,i + Native banking granted.CORRESPONDENTSr '
i i prevail for many years to I.J. McCall. . a I 24 3 021 6 4 7 731118 I 4.8 3 .111 8 1 219 ;
come. At first we were apprehensive For Railroad Com'rs 4r l n .." Seaboard National Hank of New York, mil
d Lake City is to have the State that the great expense to which Jetfl'rsl B. Brown 4 20 1 '711 7 2 S 7 2 . b ? 1.3 3 1 77 ., rv ...w National Hank of Jacksonville, Fla.
M Fair, and as politics are taking a candidates would be put in making n. lIut/Ron/ Burr.. 2A 63 164220 8 237 1)1:123': 5 711 12 7 .4152013 809lienry
,t, t much needed rest after the late would dissatisfaction b1. Day. . 14 21J4'1) 8 723',14.417 1 .46"1 '3'3 2. HI
r their canvass cause John G. Ward. . 6 6.1 3 4 2 3 1 22.3". . 2. .1 0 54 -- -- ,
'i campaign, we hope our readers will and we still think there Is J. Whitner. .13 66. 1J2S:: fi 7 4 51.413 7. a ,210 2. 217
r, ; I turn their attention to something cause for alarm in so far as candi- For Representative: SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY !
J 1 that directly or indirectly benefits dates of State offices are concerned. Wade H. Jones. . 13 7312303tH: 831 00 018. 4 610( .1 516 113.I: THE :
as the whole State, and helps to make For instance two Railroad w. 11. Md'arJand. 24 811 1 1812 2 11 8 3312: 2. 11 7 .41124 I 20\\
For Tax Assessor :
1 the Fair a success. Commissioners must go before an- J. F. Wooten. . 15 60111431611 911 :79 1413,5'313 3 9 I 5 : :KJOno Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Although the ADVOCATE was very other primary, neither one having B. tewart. . 22 47 610:10: 4. 27 3711 6. 41 I 9 421812. 21J8 i ,
strongly in favor of the State Fair obtained a majority, and one can For Tax Collector : ,
being held at Ja'ckBonvllle-the key that 'the' E.W.Jtall..3() 81)1130 411 820 .u.l018.4 I flUI0 253,1340, .i
at-
4 +, to Florida-still we will do what we taches readily will see be enormous.expense Now if a For I'.Co.A. 1I1cMlllan.Treasurer :. 7 18 32342 6 110 6111S .1 3 7.1 3 : 243 Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....

can to encourage and assist in makIng different ruling could -be made establishing -' John, H. Wynn .. 7 66 11817 ::1 825 8 12. 1. 2 1 61312 272
x it what we expect it will be-a a plurality rule where i John Henry. . '" :30 421616; 2612 113 23,1018 4 ,8131212 61113 ::100 Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262.

4' grand success., The Fair will open three or more candidates are contending For.Pros'ting A. Frollt..Att'y. . .IG. 17 jQ 113 (6 I. 112 2011 . 1 1 4 :2 4112; 101. \ ''J. K. MUNNEULYK, General Manager..
llth and far
Nov. as as we can
on for the same office, this
D.I..Oauldl'n..12 3215333110; : 8,24 M.718 4 414.1 5{ 2.4.12 289F. --
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learn, the opinion is that it will be disagreeable and costly feature J. Webb. . 8 24 6 II 4 8 15.3. 1 I .j II 1 ,3. 1 tjIJ
I a greater success than that of last would be eliminated, and the primary For Game Warden : ,
year in Jacksonville. The premiumst be made a fixture. H. A. Hardee, . 7 23 20 13 (6 :31 20.2 2 1 S. 4. 7 II. 151T. MeMurray% & Baker
I lIt is in the bands of the A: Robinson . 14. 80llJl 122 868,80.1. 5 41a11 2 70510 :lt7E.C. :
now printers We are heartily glad that so few, Hllmmertin..12 42.2 .f) II I 1, 4 1H2016';; 2..1 7.. .5U 3 196
l i and will be ready for diatribu'I errors have been made and that For Co. Oommlasi'er: .
i II r Lion by the let of August. contests have not arisen in many lIst Dl trlot. ". '. 1 4O1--413: East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florhla.
Manyof our readers will be pleas instances. In our county of Bre-: John It Wall er. 20 7314 38 22 1 112 61. 14 G 215 810 71125 2 s.n :
G.F.lJuren..17: 83.31"2014 28 : 0 1 4 3. .5 111 19.4 -Makers and Jobbers of-
learn that Mr.Ym.. II. Me.\ .
ed to vard there has been absolutely no 2nd District. .

Farland, of Titusville, has been appointed contest, and the most perfect satisfaction John R.Miot . .8313443313 7,30,65..18, : 5 71ltOll 611\2011\ 435
Y Superintendent of the State ia expressed throughout the 3rd District I I IH..A.Conkling..20 Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material] n

/ I Fair, and Dr. II. E, Stockbridge, because of the quiet and or- GH2180 f 9) 631.5.> a 5 311.8,0.662412' 288 ,
county J..r.8nell. . 14 < ;; 521 20 .516 4 ;5 0 .4 ,111 1 1 23S. fcubber Tires
,. '4 1 lei energetic secretary, has notifiedMr. derly manner In which the primary 4th Dlstrll't. I'I I Saddlery, l,
McFarland that the committee was conducted.All John C. Jones . ...16 6613 272:5; 1S: 824 4L 118 3 213,2 7 ::1 3 3 218 308 :
i \. expects: : him to Commence work on the candidates named by the JlenryI.Klopp..213 / 1 111 1' 6010..26.,11531.> 25d'' First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c. 'J

the Fair grounds about the middle the 15th 6 f 5th District. I 241" ------------, ,----- ---------------- -- ----
k primary on are men ,
J. }'. Bell . . 31 8814473013,729.67.\ IS 4 7131111 ((1162:112: 440!)
\\t of August. This appointment is ability and Integrity; and no man For School; Board: I '

I really better for Mr. McFarland who participated in the contest hasa lilt District : .. East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.

,I JI vY than being in politics for he'cer-:' shadow of excuse for not sup- John 1\1.\ lxon. ,.33.8315502011. 834: ,082018 6 5131213:! -41151111, 4\7:\
; 2nd 1118trlct.
is in his element when
I thinly managing porting the nominee. Some of the
It. N. AndrewI. . 24" 27144016 7 3 6 4313 4.1.012 7 I a 2.1) 242w. :
r affairs of the above kind. selections made may not coincide 0. Braddock, Sr fi 3D 1 616.4 43121,310. .1 1 2 I 5 1.4 100E GENERAL OFFICE: EAU OALLIE, FLAT ::

1U"Ii.t! 'N, That he is well -qualified to fill the with your best '''judgment, but as a V. hall.. . 23 2 1 7 1. 2 U.2. .7.6.. a 4 ? 114 Yards TItusvillo. Eau Gallic and Fort Pierce. tc
', Uv' position offered 1 him by the Fair democrat you can not, without doIng 3rd Dlatrlct. 6123, ,
I '. ,. committee no one can deny, for he violence to your conscience, J. E. l.'ultz. . ...S .7113: 412812 1 0 30 ,04 20183 .710.811 433 Complete stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds; Sash and Doors, \
1' For Member 00. EJe.
( has bad in ,
years' experience candidate -
II i many vote for any Independent Committee: Blind. and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office. A
_ '' the matter of street and other fairs : who may aspire to some county M Large. I

ii, II I t 1 on not only a small, but a large office. Now is the time for demo- B. R. Wilson.. . 27 5015:1521: : 6 314.46 HI.( 2 ,6101111 .51226 12 340 ---
scale. Success to the State Fair crats to watch the conduct of men JS. Snowden. .. 8 3a ::213108 61\J.2i.4.\ : 2,1 .1 2. 4"1. 136
i I t and to Mao.\ let Dlstrlot. Hodges <& O'Hara
*' ( who have heretofore claimed to be F.A.Morgan.,10. 43 723 78. 03011..1.4, 010) 9,1 J.82Ul 23.1
JI" "f .' democrats. If any who voted at E. I.. Brady. . 17 3910 33 24 :3 72 z 4014 4.7Ia,4 5 2 .91711 2U8 ...Manufacturers and Dealers In...
1 ''(i/;!' .. TJIE: day of stump speaking inftt the primary are heard expressing W.U. nnders.1 !oj 118 714 3'7: 171.1. t. 2.3. 2',1,2.' 2 103
!' JN.Waller-,10 54 0 020 8 419 2.1 > .43.4.84,202 Rough
is
ftt$ t i fu;: political campaigns rapidly com- themselves in an uncomplimentaryway 2nll District. I and CYPRESSPINE LUMBER!
n ,: ing to an, end. Bryan spoke enough of the nominees of ,
f or one '
'It. 14,1 any IL S. WIIII ms. . 2 liO'134:121: 7 5 2 ,,//1517. 5.71512 0,888,1324,10:! 364W Dleaned
It I. '}\ in his two campaigns to have kill the nominees, you can at once class H. Sharpe. . 27 0015373111. {) 8 .O 11 .910 ,::;:1 ) 3013rd Orange fox l1elIIFruit and Vegetable/ Oaten. Moulding: ( Shingles, eta:
61.27
.. ,: ed a half dozen men of ''ordinary such a man as an independent, and J>lstrlct.E. 61' l Mill and office locmer] at Buffalo jilufT, Fla. Write us fur Alices. deliveredto
) physique, but got badly left each not a true democrat. The primary Arnold .23: ll1 3:12010,7.: 22 .G317 U ''IU' 01112:111: :3.0{ any part of the State.: Address: lludicex U'Hxra, Uullulo) Bluff, Fla.
i I' the In Dade It. O. Hardee ... 27 4() 11 : ,534 ,49! t8 4 ,41010 8 :.! 317 .
t time
at polls. binds the nominees nI27I'4
county : men to support 4th District I ---- --------- -------

,' '; t ., Mr, Boggs adopted Bryan's tactics, as no other system does. For! that K. B. Rau leraon. 27 571420,2112,7:10, .0(I( 17 ,'. 5.5 U 12 8.4 922.10. 862C. The Qlduat Established. Oraln and Seed Home In the State.
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t ,'I t f i ,, and was also defeated. Speeches reason we predict that the present F..0Imstl.'nd.23 4311 :31: 81 U',523 .58 t6 b .7 : ? :3M5th

I no more controls, but personal mode of selecting officers will, if District.E I .
'' J. Trlynor . 25:' 4013! 32 I 21 S 223\ :4 8 91.2 8.2112510 332H. i YA41t4'1
I" ; r work does. modified in one or two respects, in. I.. Brown..20. 1I8,13:1I1.17: : U 623 67I14i..5.51i.9. : .1102J10: :.124No Wm.:: :: : A. ::SO\LtS:: & Co.!
I crease in popilarity as the years
JU 9! III THE pineapple shipments were come and go. Elel'tlon at Ankona precinct.
T GRAIN HAY .AND GARDEN SEEDS
t/ unusually heavy this neasun, and Two years hence when every office -- -- 1
"t k. .'. ,the prices have kept up well. ,Money\ in the State of Florida will, .

f.I i' along the East Coast I is fairly plan technically, be vacant, the primary New York Furnished Rooms. : Mt1Y d r Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilizers ]

r I'," tiful as a result of the shipments, system will I have an opportunity to .T M 112 East Boy Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. dt
..' ', and the planters are cheerful and be tested all along the line. We be Well furnished rooms at 19 West 21st Street, New Yock. Southerners will "

I contented. No place like the East lieve the plurality rule in such find this location very desirable for shopping, and la in close proximity to all AptI.l01'; funna Feed. Warehouse on track of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System-

: I f.; \ Coast of Florida for prosperity and oases as cited above will yet obtain places of amusement. Address: --------_. b't "' 4

J I good health. if, for instance, three candidates Mrs. D. RE11LINGE11.19 W. 121st street! New York. '

should aspire to the office Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the

'" ", r COMPLETE returns from the third of Governor, and none should receive ,
''' :, Congressional district gives Hon.W. a majority, a fearful expense

,11 :' I I P \ B. Lamar, candidate for Congress would attach In a second' primary The Walton Self-LocWng. Pulley Block. News of the East Coast every week.

,I I "i a maJ irity of 91 over both of especially if that should be the .... ,

1 I 471 his opponents, which gives him the only office requiring a second pri ,.. .
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;,,: Democratic nomination. We con. mary. Do away with this feature, A'rENTE[ ) ix TIlE UNITED STATES CIVILIZED COUNTIUES.
gratulate Mr. Lamar on his victory, and let the man of moderate means
and feel sure he will .do Florida all have equal chances with his more SEr.F-iACKING'TACKT.E Fine. Job Work Quickly Executed
BLOCK which
"' honor in thee halls of congress. wealthy opponent. s This has Just been
,d iw ., patented in all the civilized countries throughout the. world, will

,tl MONT Pelee I Is again active and hoist and lower like any ,block and tackle, and WILL STOP AND AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE
EDITOR II. II. of the
McCreary, LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed. Soft :Rope, Wire
t 'f 111' the inhabitants are panic stricken
I' Gainesville Sun, has been re-elect- Rope or Chain can be used. Nothing to get out of (order,any personean.uselt.
< The interior of this old world must
... ed to the State Senate '
by a big ma.Jorlty' NO CLEAT NEEDED. The sam@ device U u81'1I1n
be in a state of fiery indlg atlon.I and we heartily congratulate : hoist lower and lock ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE.
Cheek and Deck Block Will at will, from
'I f/ It would be a good Idea to send all Mm. The is said
I, calamity howlers. to the earth. have been hot campaign to below or at any height, upside.down or at any angle, an ounce or 25
a one-probably one;
size of the tackle
to the and 'block.
'I' t I tons, according shape Only one
island show them
shaken just to '
;i of the hardest fights had In'
ever chain wire is used at time. The does for vqna.M
that there are disagreeable local!. rope, or rope a game pulley
: Alachua
but Senator Mo-
ties other than those in which they county; each. There is no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger attach.
tit la hard to beat
Creary a man not. ,ment to this device..
$ ,: now live. withstanding the fact that there
The Self-Locking Tackle Block is necessary for Yachts and Vessels -

i Ir' ALL the old time democrats ad. was a strong combine against him. of all 'kinds,Bridge and House Building, Aerial Trolleys, Kail-
It would be better for the
vise harmony, and advocate a return newspa. roads, Quarries, Lumbermen, Warehouses, Masons, Foundries, Marine Service,

.;{ t. to the beaten paths our fathers per fraternity of Florida were there Hine, Machine Shops, Steamboats, Stage Scenery, Painters, Circuses, Breweries .
few editors elected that
a more ,
I ,./' trod. ]Mr.\ Bryan, however, declares so Wells, Stables, Harness Rooms, Butchers, Tanneries Slaughter Houses,
could look after the of
they rights Factories of all kind,' for In ashes and for farms and
i f;. that all opposed to free silver are ; use hoisting plantations,
their "brothers of the quill. Whilewe
t not democrats. The issue has been Fire Escapes! ,Fire Departments, Hlggers. Can also be used In the Protectionof
w' feel at the defeat of
made and the results can not bet i sorry our Fruit Trees and gathering of Frutt and Vegetables, stretching wires and
1 friend Mr. T. T. Stockton of the
I" foreseen. ropes of all kinds, Hoisting Flaps, Dumb Waiters, Elevators, Sail Boats of all
r", 1 it:) Times-Union and Citizen, still!! we
Bt ,1 t 'jm kind, Awnings!, Tents, Blinds, Bicycles, Electric Light purposes, Sash Lights, __ ,,_r
have doubt his will be rrrrrrrrrr
1 l Two white men of good social no place in :Meat Markets and Stores of all kinds, Hunting Camps, and Private Houses, '
I r standing'were hung at Greenville, worthily filled by his brother, Mr. from the kltclilng to the bed room. In factlt'can be used with great utility

,F Miss., on the 23rd. They had murdered Telfair Stockton. I wherever a tackle block, is needed. It saves time, money and labor, as no tyingor rI

i ,. an engineer some few months fastening of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything elll: ,"'needed.
i l ago. A white man Atlanta, Ga., lions. Wm. A. Hooker, candidate All kinds. and all sizes can be used either ashore,or aboard ship, and will
+ ia also to swing for his crimes. We for Judge of the Supreme Court; not coat much more than the/ ordinary :pulley blocks. WALTON'S PATENT

r are glad to note the reaction favoring A. C. Croom, candidate for Comp SELF-LOCKING: TACKLE BLOCK Is similar in.shape, weight and size to the
the suppression of crime troler; and R. Hudson Burr, candidate In I e h ,
--- r ordinary pulley blocks every day use, 'and Is madamn different shapes and
for Railroad Commissioner, sizes to cult all purposes. There is absolutely nothing to get out of order. It

/ JEFFRIES and Fltzslmtnons are to are the victorious candidates on has no springs, wedge, teeth or trigger rope; and soft rope, chain and wire
I pound each other into a jelly to- the State ticket,before the late pri rope can be used in the same block.

I"" lay, in order to settle the question mary. There was not a majorityfor A sample of the pulley block may be seen at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE -

: of fistic supremacy for the world. the second Railroad Commissioner office, Titusville, Fla. .

The more freely the claret flows; i lIon.-J. B. Browne and II. .:' J. O. WALTON,. All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.

]: the greater the delight of the blech. E. Day are the leading candidates, Inventor of the above; also, Patent Calking Tool for Boat,Etc. LETTERHEADS, NOTEUEADS, ENVELOPES, BILLUEADS.SllIPl'ISG

: ii iii ere. We folks are funny people. with Mr. Browne slightly ahead. Offices :New York, Boston and Titnsville, Fla. TAGS, CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and ezpedltloaslyI .


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I West Palm Beach. Eden. .' Melq urne. :ii; Eau Gallie. GEORG MARX. JOllY ]MARX.\ : ,/

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J. Dou. C. Morris of the Bond, Lum. Alfred Michael went south on Saturday GOODE A" OOODK.!:--Real Estate ml.Lo anll. ;_TIle dry weather-is being- felt In this J.VI.AJB.RC:: : : : >S..

nr Co., made a two day business trip evening's train, for a visit to Jupiter Attnt for ..Ktu, tendon ami Liverpool and .d tI'lct,
)Miami last week. friendsS. Olob*, rrovlriancw: Washington, unit Suit. Kin
Insurance. H|> clnL attention paid to tile i1pt. Henry Ray Is having his catboat WHOLESALE GROCERS .
Mrs. Davidson, from down the lake Is F. Webb, wife and daughter wentto interest of nou-resident '",,llreil anti repainted. .

guest of Mrs. E. N. Dimick, during Fort Fierce, Tuesday morning, to )Cugeno Klnnaird

rs. Reese' absence. spend the day.It SubscrIptIons for the ADVOCATK, | the-guests at the Device and wife picnic.were among Fruit and ,Produce Jobbers.

Capt. Holmes entertained the young Is impossible to buy chickens the pink paper of the East Coast will be
any
received .The! sharpie Lizzie made a run toCanaveral -
at the )
dies' "Lea Fees de 1'Argrille, and their siie, age or condition, and next to Impossible Melbourne' Postoffice. and
mtlernen friend, Friday evening with to get ba'k. on Sunday last. -

moonlight sail on his popular craft, Mrs. S. F. Webb eggs. dinner Sherman Sned.k r manages to Icoep Mrs. II. L. Jordan Is laid up with an Corner Bay and Julia &ts., JACKSONVILt.E, FLA. -,T


e Wilbur Papoose.Varborough' has returned from on Richards.the..2Uth.It In was honor a gave very of Mrs.pleasant Harry affair.party w. his Mr.teams and busy Mrs.these G. F days., Paddison, of Eau after Injured, tbe foot.case. Dr. A Lansing.' i* looking._ WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED I

business trip through South Carolina There Oallie, were In to'wn on Sunday. :A. U. Hodgson Iii I putting a new roof
ucla improved in health, to the delight is a great abundance of wild on his veranda mid other improvements PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
his many friends in and about Wont grapes which means lots of jelly, for The E. C. Republican press has been Ruthven' cottage.
aim Beach. cakes next winter. Our housewives ate sold to Editor Bylngton. of the Miami "I Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas in season. "j. ,
busy putting up g'rapesand many other News. i Between forty and fifty of Eats Gallie's 1-'We: solicit of Fruits and
consignments Vegetation.FOR .
'1'. TIpton Reece, with,, Mrs. Recce and fruits.E. citizens attended tbe picnic and horse- .r

aude, left, this week, for an extended We are pleased to see Mrs. E. M. racing at Bovine, on tho 10th. '. ---- ...------ ,...- .--- -- .--- >11 j
Ip through the middle southern States IT. Walker returned front Orlando, Campbell able to be out again after her
id further north. They expect to be last Wednesday.. lie reports his family late illness. ".The primary' election, on Tuesday BETTER HIGHWAYS. JJKAL HSTATI1FOK SALE.As 1'1'
sent until the early fall. In good: health and spirits. His baby last week, passed off quietly. The local I J
(which is the only one In the United Willis E. Gciow of Jacksonville who candidates polled majorities In this dis 8acl.$r OrwnnUvil For the Promo. Administrators of the Estate of :'i!j
Miss Margaret flans, nelce of Mrs. :M. /States:: ) tips the beam at twelve pounds.We represent Melbourne the .Standard Oil Co..;wns In trict. lloil ot tJoatl Moulin. William Treutler deceased, Wo offer at t'.,

Madltioa, will attend Spartanburg, on Monday. S. B. Whltacre of the Kau Gallie Ramie private sale the following described Real '11
started
are having quantities of A movement has been << III
C., Conservatory Music,.during the mangoes Contractor S. H Gove of farm killed K< Daytona a large rattlesnake :
!
lining fall and winter. We predict a more than we can eat. Cherimoyas and pn Ola Pa., that should receive the en 1I1e.// '
; who built the Melbourne Auditorium Thursday, the 10th while his "
on to No. I. Sold.
cachous
are about and Cattley way!' ,
, illlant future for Miss Haas. !gone support of every citizen It la UHf I
in "
l guavaa are just_beginning,to ripen. We was town the past week. I town. giuil/ntlon of a society In the No.2. All nf Ml of NTCJ.". Section" 11. I.
The Indications are that West Palm do raise ft few things besides pineapples.II. Our City Fathers are doing some good Capt. E. S. Coutant of tho House of county Township art-tout: ) : Range 87 East:; COVered ';'
of roada. The
bach will be well represented In Miami work on the roads on Strawbrldge<< ; nvo. Refuge, on tho 1IIoSIlllto.Lnlf, was In for the promotion! good I with water', lying In said Knu'Gallle; '
the feur days' jubilee. The dally W. Richards and family came up. They are using marl Instead of shell on I Kiiu O.illie in his fast launch, on Tuesday project hue been' launched well and River and Kau Uiilllo Bay, containing
from the !St. Lucib IUyer in their beautiful the Interest taken In the matter thus
.Ons that are to be put on between the this avenue. last. about :110 acres more or less
Vo places, will be an inducement forr launch, last Friday, and spent several The Eist: Coast Lumber and ; far Indicates) thnt the promoters) will No. 3. 8oIl}. "
\ people to visit the popular sister city days here visiting relatives. Miss Miss Mozel Williams loft on Tuesday Company's tighter being lengthened Supply to be able to secure the co-opvrutloa\ of a : No. 4. That, portion of SWVi Section<<; J J

| Dade county. Reba LeTourneau accompanied them for New York where she /goes on a visitto suit tho new requirements. of the increasing largo number of pooplo: 21, Township 27 Month Rnojiu' :H7 East ,
home for a visit of a week. her sister. Miss Mozel will bo missed
commencing at a point 870 feet We from J
business. For It hits token ;"
some reason many
Our little town has been somewhat
Mrs. Maud L. Richards Is now delightfully : : here by many during her absence. to secure general\ Interest in such Northeast corner post on J) Section line )
turbed by attempts at house breaking I situated for the at East The The steamer Spartan Is on her run, nf- years as aforesaid and ((0> feet South of said t4 ,ii
arglars visited the home of G. ;B. )Ic. summer next meeting of the Ltternry Society ter /important reform ns the making of
Point of Atlanta's having a new wheel and shaft placed Section! line for a starting point, thencerun 1
one charming suburbs will be held at the l borne of Mrs.
riley a few nights but the thief Into fine and In this particularthis
ago position. The work dune highways,
,. where she is enjoying bicycling, II. O. Snedeker was onlludgaon's South: U feet, thence Kftst: 100 feet "
on Friday evening. An
Qoived such a warm reception in the driving and plenty of fresh fruits and will ways. country Is far behind some of the thence South 4M feet, thence West to ,
interesting rendered. .
pe of hot lead that they will not at vegetables. Her postoflice address Is: programme The Uhbont( race, on Saturday was countries In Europe which have! Ideal Section line thence North fi'-8\:! ft, thence /I'

pt it again very soon. Atlanta, Georgia, care of Mailing Dept. Captain S. M. Martin I in the launch won by Frank Houston, by jouo-bulf of a. highways says the Chester (l'Il.> Times. East 717 feet more or less, to a point 100
he work of. shelling the drives in Dream took the following jovial party to minute This was one of the most close All of the nrjfumcut Is on the side of feet Westi,of Southwest! corner of plat of
IkeBrde Cemetery being rapidly push- We are having heavy rains which have Melbourne Beach on Monday evening, races of the season. the modern road, so It Is 'not iivccusary Sarno, thence Month 150 feet, thence ,',
1 to completion, and the ladies of the come In time to save much fruit. The many of them enjoying" a dip In the ocean and convince the of the Kant ,-ISO feet to West side of .1<\ K. C. ,
to people'
Association feel that leaves on the orange trees were curled, by moonlight : Misses Mattie lloke, AIozel / Mr..nnd Mrs. Henry U Hodgson will stop Railway right of-way thence North en

pproveraent so generously given by the public the and leaves and fruit would<<1 soon have ,Williams! Jessie:,I Goodo. Lela: Barnes. soil for. Kau_ Uiilllu, from New 'York, via utility of tbe well kept thoroughfare, Vest aide. of V. R'n.' Railway rlah&-of. 'I.
ney !
]bolng judiciously expended, and that fallen. We hope too It will Invigoratethe lioiiia ivuuru, AIIUU iuurbia, JT. nun mrs the Clyde Hue, on Friday tho 23th or on but the question that must now lIe considered way fit) feet, thence East to point'of beginning -
by are receiving the equivalent for mosquito crop. We have had so few I I,. A. Peek; Mesttrs. Fred Fee, J. A.lloke .I Saturday next, the 20th. is bow to secure the means excepting railroad rlgbt-of-way

tery dollar expended, although it will lately we have grown careless, and hardly jr., and M. Salano. Our townsman, E. W. Stlckney took a with which, to build the roads. Some through! said fnncl. Containing about 2&

peed the amount in hand. know where to lay our bands on our prominent part in the 4th of July celebration of the states; III the Union are very lib acres VaolMdlng the County road. TIne ,

mosquito brushes. NO FALSE CLAIMS.-The proprietors at OloiiD, N. Y. Mr. Stlckney is eral In the laws for encouragement tract has A young grove of III)() or OOO) )
_he young ladles of the "Leg Foes tiergrllle" of and Tar do I trees on It, and an artesian well etc.
Foley's Honey not advertise very popular In his northern homo as of better highways, ), ami< are rehearsing the "Deoatrlok A. R. Bass of Morgantown, lad., had it as a "sure cure for oomsump-I well as In Eau Gallic. I Pennsylvania has much to learn No. ". Begin; at Southeast corner f
Rule" of fifty years ago. They propose to get up ten or twelve times In the night tlon." They do not claim It will cure from Connecticut. New Jersey Massachusetts lot 1Cwor formerly, owned by J, L. Har-
I present! it within a month. arid the and had severe backache and pains in this dread complaint In advanced cases, Mr and Mrs. Jafiios King entertained I neon, tlieneil run South\ across Elbow
bile have a rare treat In store. All the the kidneys. Was cured by Foley's Kidney but do positively assert that It will cure on Saturday evening the lath.: Dancing and other; comiuoiiweulthn creek to North boundary of land" belongIng .
rut of the club and their gentleman Cure Sold by I). R. Wilson & Hon. In the earlier stages and never falls to was the feature of the evening's amusements which-have mites of highways over to Wm. Troutlor thence East: along

Ond are being pressed Into service, give comfort and relief in the worst and a very pleasant time vra<\ which a carriage/ u bicycle can travel J{ Section line yvliloh II the Not'th boundary ', ,j
th a few of the older members" of so cases. Foley's Honey and Tar Is without spent\ by nil present. I with I ease and comfort of Wm, Trttutler's land to North banlc,

fty to act on the "Skule Board. The I Sebastian.Jerome doubt the greatest throat and<< lung Mr. and I Mm. Knight gave very pleas- i If 'we are to haw good facilities for i>f Elbow creek, thence\ West along bank' '

ceeda are to be divided between the remedy. Refuse substitutes. Sold by ant dance at their residence on Highland; 'inovlnff about the country and everybody fit said' creek to point of beginning, being '}
)-Will Cottage and the Ladles' Corny B. R. Wilson & Son. avenue the evening of the 11 tho Icon and concedes that we must then It ,is In Section :41i Township 27 South, Range: 4

: Improvement. association. visitor to Wright E. B.,Senabler of Paradise and,iamify.Frank Fla. wasa light rcfroHhmnnis were served during clear that the.stiite should assist for 87 Kiist. ThU land Is covered with tuwaiets
of the ore.k.No.6. .
the evening. The music was excellent, tln'lteiieut la to tire state ns well as to '1
[.TREAT YOUR KIDNEYS for RHEU Sample made a visit to his Georgiana. and all who were fortunate enough to be the Immediate affected. And Sold<< i,
WdTISM.-When you are suffering from brother at Fort Pierce, from Saturday present thoroughly enjoyed themselves.The territory No. 7. Commence abont I 0 chains 39 ,'"
It this Is done It will be found that, the
rheumatism\ the kidneys must be attended until Monday. links Wont from Northeast corner1 of ;
,to at once so that they will eliminate Miss Myrtle Burchflel spent a pleasant sharpie Lizzie was out for a moonlight farmers and suburban residents will Section 20, on Section line between Seo'S
he urlo acid from the blood. Foley's Preaching on Thursday and Friday day with Miss May WIttfeld on Monday. spin on Friday evening last. The nlckly) join In the movement to secure lions 17 and 2//1)( run We.tOobalnllIllnu.:

ney Cure Is the most effective remedy evenings in tho Union church by Rev. Robt. Barnett Is visiting his grandparents party on board were Mrs Atnesworth first class highways.,; > thence South 10 chain 84 links, thence ')
this purpose. R. T. Hopkins of Po- Black, of Titusville.R. Mr. and Mrs. Illsoock, for a few Mrs. Gilbert, Miss Harriet Tow net Miss\ South(10 degrees!IO seconds Kant 3 chains ,
Wis. : "After unsuccessfully Beside Hodgson and 1IIe s1'8. Hodgson<< to Kau Gallla River thence follow
,, says A. Conkllng of Tlllman, has bought weeks. the)1)
;tor Ing three years for rheumatism the business of J. R. Leathorjnan, of Aloesworth Taylor and Gilbert. The If n Malt Lie to You. shore of Kau Gallie River In an Easterly
th, the best doctors, I tried Foley's Wabasao. Mr. Lentherman will into Guy Simmons who has been sick evor party returned to Eau Gallie at 10 p. m. direction to a point due South from planeof
go other salve ointment
ney Cure and it cured me. 'I cannot the mercantile business at Miami. since be left hereIn the spring, returnedon One of the jolllest dances of the sum. And say oil some healer Is, an good a.lluoklon' beginning thence north to point of
alleged
ak too highly of this great medicine." Saturday mer took plaoo on the evening of the II Ith, lotion, or tell\ him thirty beginning:, containing acres, more or' \
Id by B. R. Wilson & Son. Monday afternoon a party of young Arnica Salve less and known a. the Kltchvll plaoe.
people went to Old Oceau" and took a Misses Eva Owen and llattle Bower at the new residence of O. J. Young, on years of marvelous cures of piles burns,

dip in her cool refreshing waters. They are visiting Mrs. Jennie Sams at Court- Ypung street. Tropic, Melbourne, Fort bolls, corns, felons ulcers, outs, scalds, No. 8- NEl. of Section 38, Township ,
|R CUTS BURNS AND OPEN SORESse enjoyed another bath before ney this week. Pierce, Bovine and other points were brulses-and skin eruptions prove l It'.. tbe 27 South Rl\nAelT! East, containing ItO 'J

| Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at B. K.fil home. reaching Mrs.( Luna Hainlfn and herour children _well repiegented. Dancing was kept up best and oheapesB. :23o at B. R. Wilson acres, loss railroad rightofway.No. .'
oa &: Son's drug store. till about 21\. m. Light; l'erreMhmenta & Son's drug store. 0. N W>;( faction :US, Township ':
are visiting her father and
mother
Work on the Ice factory la going forward Mr. and Mrs. were served about 11 p. m. The music 27 South, Range 37 East containing 160
with a rush, and we are promised Page. was furulHlied by Messrs. Hopkins, Livingstone acre Ion*'railroad right-of-way. '.
Stuart.Heavy foe the first of Hurrah for McMillan and To DnIM load no"'.... ,
by August. !rh.. A. L. Bruner and daughter, tiles Thompson, and No. 10. .4l flo-IOU acres, lens railroad
Sebastian t She Is bound to come out Beth, were visiting Mrs. Luna Halnlln was all that could be desired. A bill bus liven Introduced In the '
rlirht-of'wav being <>f Lot 1 and of
ahead If only given a chance. and daughter, Miss Elsie, on Monday. house by Representative. Otey of Virginia NK of NWJ Section part. lI. Township J7
showers of rain have fallen ins
| section during the past few days. /Sunday school at the Union church Horn, July 14, 1002, to Mr. and Mr*. When other medicines have failed takeFoley's providing an appropriation of$100.000.OtJ South, Range/ 87 Kant: known a* J, L.
hereafter will be held at 3:3'') p. m.We Wm. WMtfold, twin buys weighing 71bi. Kidney Cure. It baa cured when ) to be expended for good! Stewart place.

. ,Andrew G. Green, of lensen and E. hope every one will attend and help to each. Mother and children are doing everything else has disappointed /bold:: road In the forty-five status and four N... 11. Lou 17 and Ut block 4, Townof
Bnimorm, will plant two acres of straw- keep the good work tip. Bring your well. by B. R. Wilson A Son. territories of the United State in proportion Ran Gallie.

tries on Mr. Simmon plantation.p. In the lesson. No. IV.: Lot I block Town of Ban
quarterlies join J. W. Bruner shinned 1)0) crates of to their population. The_ construction Ouitclalm ,
p. W. Corton visited Palm Beach theflat Our late postmaster and storekeeper pineapples in two days.. They 'are very KocKieage-uocoa.- of the ronas is pincea in it* Oallle under. 'J'ltle.--'w detol: for this nnlv..

of the week, and report things as J. M. Morrow, sold his home place anibusiuess fine nearly every crate being/ '..14'. to the bill under the supervision of the department held, TAX and
For term address
<< price
t LIng rather dull in the Cottage City, to Fl'ankSample./ whom we crate. of agriculture. ,
wish and Mrs. Morrow Wednesday a nice little rain visited r. A. MORGAN and W. H. JONES,
IF., A. Gibson Is busy preparing i ir every success. Mr. Mrs. Hughes A. J,. and J. W. Brnner ,
very will make their future home this and made look A Administrates of the Estate of Wm
i: nd upon which he is going to plant at St. have received the sad news' of the death vicinity things glad.J Tor Hnlo. ,

beans tomatoes and. strawberries this' Augustine. of their step-mother Mrs. A. J. Bruner, C. /haw;)> with his men, are pushingthe frontier. deceased..
July 1(), IIIJl.(): !Augusta, Ill. Titusville' Florida
had completion of Charlie Cleveland's
Jojntng winter. AlUt. Mable Sembler quite a pain. An Ideal, homeric Indian River; about

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Kittooner-yacht! the Elizabeth E. Lawce from her horse. Just before leaving comfort to bis already cosy home. Ha Some: one, Wednesday morning shot a and In good repair; fruit trees shade A Flue Place For Male.

\ haa been anchored in the river Howard avenue, the horse took fright at has put down a new floor and screened five foot alligator, and left It as piowess tress, tropical shrubs and (lowers. A -
te several days. a palmetto fan, suddenly throwing Miss In the long, wide veranda on the north of his skill ot> the walk at the Rockledge never falllng.sprlng of pure water.' Price 200( fret on Indian River and running
Sembler to the ground, bruising her face and the east; added a new one to the atoel as an exhibit. moderate /good reason for sailing. For back flOOft. to county roud'; a lot ad join-
co> matter where you go up and down and whole body very badly however she south, and built a new kitchen on the further particulars, address Inn 1118ft., river ftour, running back
.j East Coast, the ADVOCATE is gener- Is up, thought walking with a llinp. southeast. Quite an Improvement for 'rho need for repairs of the road I In L. W. C., HUt! ; on a bluff, soft above the river,

By to be seen. Reader, are you a sub- Miss Edith A. Kit oh Ing arrived home hot weather. front of the Paine residence from the Care; ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle Fla. which I* salt water, and three mile.
)iber to the pink paper? Episcopal church down south, is very wide at this Lilacs,
last New Orleans -- -----
Saturday night from
t.{ tfv McMullen left ns a few days ago where she hits been, studying for two, TWO BOTTLES CURED HIM.I ppurenlat this time. It should here- 'I'h. ..........** ll..t I.v..ias..S.The Iloit\.e of six rooms ban !been kept

his home In the Maglo City. lie years In the New DrleabN Sanitarium.\ was troubled with kidney complaint for paired., exit-union of thf rural delivery! of painted and In /good 1 repair; 20ft. from

de many friends here by his charming Hlie is pow a graduate nurse, and the about two years' writes A. U. Davis, of There was a fine rain on Tuesday, that mall In !brliiKlug the good rouds question river bunk, o-mirnHndlD a b'"lntltul'lle1P
inner and business methods. pqpneMsor of a handsome diploma of the Mt. Sterling! la., "but two bottles of Fo did much to refresh vegetation and revive home' to every farmer. The got- of Indian River; stalls land down to
New Orleans 'rrainingschI for Nurses. ley's Kidney Cure effected a permanent :' the tree*. At Coco no ruin full itt the ,V ter. and a look built out Into the
The county lighter which Is used as a Miss Edith Is an aralbla and accomplishedyoung cure." Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son.: all, but south of this a very heavy' rain er.inient Is perfectly willing to assume water to ftcconimodnta small, boats. A
rry to cross the St. Lucle River is now and to have f fell, and extended<< over more time. the expense of free mall delivery over nover-falllog well with |>imp near kitchen .
first-class order and wanting lady, we are happy !but Is not ready tel and
anyone good highways door, n never-falling spring ofclear
her and her visit The
among us again trust lumber for Geo. X. Hatch's store
cross can do so without fear of sink Hardeeville. build roads over which to carry the cool, pure waIn a short distance-
home will be .
a long one.Foley's to on the ground and Albert H. btnli' b
malls. Good road. throughout the from house home lot Suit poultry yard
g.Mr. Is pushing the work of erecting the
and Mrs. Robert McPherson went tb fenced with poultry netting.I One house-
Investment
building with his workmen. It U to bea country are the best
< Palm Beach on Friday taking their Kidney Cure purifies the blood Miss Kate Frlnk: Is with. Mrs., A. L.Wilson. make. for poultry and Belgian bates. I2xM: : feet,
farmers
one building of about 30x00 feet can
by straining out Imparities and tones story ,
heels along Tbey returned on Many : Barton snd a smaller fancy poultry house<<
morning and reported a pleasant thewbolosystem. Cures kldnll1 and bladder on avenue. 74 orange trees just coming Into bear-

'lt.< troubles. Sold: by Wilson & don. subscribe Every settleralong for the ADVOCATS.Mr. Indian River. should On Friday' eveplng the Dramatlo club Don't Pall to Try TlilM. lag 2 grapefruit: tree, 2 peach'trees, &

!.Messrs. Glass Bros presented your will gl ve their entertainment at the Town Whenever an honest trial I given/ to cuppernong grape vine*-all bearlnl-
.. J. T. Feaster Is spending few hall for the benefit of the roodfund. several kumquat. and
In-respondent with a Red Spanish pine. Fort Pierce. a cemetery Elaotilo Bitter for any trouble It Is recommended gunvtt bushes
>pie this week, which weighed OJlbs. day. with' her parents Mr. and Mrs. Thin Is a matter that all are Interested for, permanent cure will be shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs

was one of the finest of Its size we ev- King. In, and we should, an far .. po" surely effected. It never fall to ton ,, near the bouse.
saw. Election day passed off very quietly l Little Ernie Weaver from Hawk's slbl, give our aid to It. tbe srotn4Cb. regulate the kidney. and A good county road along sear. rher. \

i here. Park is visiting her uncle, R. N. Sim. bowels, stimulate the liver Invigoratethe : bank, from Tltusyllle tbd county seat, '
.Master Fred Cabot of Hobe Sound ...uu.. _. Hound kidneys are safeguards of life. nerve and purify the b,ood. It's a 'eleven mile north toRockladtfe.abeaU',
.? with us on Thursday last. Fred I. Capt. MercIer was a pleasant visitor,in Is Make the kidneys healthy with Foley's wonderful. tonlo. for rundown. system ..."....1. wlnt..r.. .___. rellf. ___ >__rt._. .nine..__ mil.___.n.__.._.._.th._,, wit".
manly little fellow Woman's, and Is HomeCom-selling theforUf town this week.. Capt.on Anthony's new growthand. orange grove the trees putting are Kidney Cure. Sold by Wilson & Son Electric Bitter positively cure. kidney Cocoa, a nice little bimlnvM.* town, .ati;;

Allan and Will Beecher arrived In town from looking fine In spite of the 100g.couLlol& and liver troubles, stomach ,disorder, City Point between. Railroad station-1
aion.Ineapples. mile west. Postoflic and school
Sebastian on Tuesday. ed dry weather. nervousness, aleeplene, rheumatism, near.
are still going .orward In Indianola.Tuesday nearalgla, and espela malaria. Satisfaction Five acres) of very tine fruit land near
Frank Sample. of Sebastian was a Mr.Flub of Cocoa with the assistance rwtlon from which a little given for
r' lot*. Mr. Glbbens agent for the? In- guaranteed by (S. K. Wilson it Hon. ( was
In River and IakeVortb Plaeapple pleasant,visitor la town this week. of A. L. Wilson and R. N. Simmons, has Only 60 cents. section houses) containing beautiful
been building the new. bridge<< on the we welcomed the first hard peach orchid of 100 fr.el. mostly
and young
been
owert Association, haa sending Refreshing fains cool nights revive .
rain have bad fur almost month. -- -
road the we a bore fine this
It two carloads dally this week. the languid spirits and ,parched vegeta county near Argetslnger place. In bearing, a crop year;
tion. Our school closed on Tuesday last, and ;Mrs.. Norwood; of Titusville. Is at her (J. 8. Department of Agriculture fruit' good size and exceedingly rich
Miss Otwell, the third teacher the .daughter's. Mrs. J. F. ]Mitchell's taking Weather Ilureftii Flu. flavor. A little house noar station always
RONCIIITIS FOR 20 YEARS.Mrs.BneraSraltb during -Jupiter,
II. O. Broneon.And wife left for Connecticut charge of the children while Mrs. Mitch- rents for .1 or HJJOper month
who has
term finished
of Danville III. writes: "I so aucee..fulI",
,
last week to spend the balance I -- thus soil
el ls In Jacksonville short visit Experts pronounce particularly
LI bronchitis for twentyyears, and nev- will return to her home In West palm on a to
of the summer. Beach. bar: husband. Tis.followlngtsa comparative state- adapted<< to grape culture. "rlcel by ddrewlng >
j got relief until used Foley'sv Honeyd : '
ant
of for the .
rftjnfnll 10.
slant temperature ,
Tar which is sure cure." Sold by Miss Laura Strickland of fitarks, who The news of the death of little Earl
; K. Wilson& Son. baa been visiting friends hare, left on Save a Woman,* Life. Sander, grandson of W. B. Sanders, of seek ending 1I1vi1001 Tuesday, July 22/ 1002. Hardeevllla Fla.I .

Monday for her home- this 1'1_. To have given would have meant 04T. .
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up MAX. HtS. MAX. airw.Di
of West Palm death Lois only to the relative here, but to all the )a for Mrs. of Dorchester.
A Flue Home For Sale. 8. D. Gelger, Beach Cragit, neighborhood' an we had. learned to love HO 7-'t P* 83
representing the Equitable Insurance Co., Mass. For yearssb.had endured Untold 17 00 HO 8H 'lit -
the little hie
pA model southern home In South end has been in town the last few days. misery from a severe Inog. trouble and happy boy. la many visitsto 18 DO 7* * his
JBrevard county, on tbe Indian River Archdeacon B. F. Brown, of TUns-- obstinate cough. "Often," she writes,"I gaandparenta.Moyday 19 M 8'') M 77 of southeast quarter of section 3, township -
the center of the pineapple belt. :Nice will nold divine services here next could scarcely breathe and sometimes afternoon a few of, the older 20 87 72: 83 1ft 38, south of range 41 east; close to
,nom dwelling and out-buildings. Ten yule July 27th at 7:80 m, could not speak. All doctor. and remedies people had the pleasure of extending: 21 8-1 .1tJ< SI: 73 O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on
Sundy evening, p.
res In fruiting pineapples; 4O orange, All cordially Invited. failed till I used Dr. Kln<<'. New congratulation to Mrs/ThonuKiSanders :JKt tf 70 84 73 81 Lucie River; 40 acre
fcon, lime and grapefruit trees-most are Discovery for Consumption and was com upon her sixty-third birthday. An houror Total rainfall for the week: 3.17 Also, the northeast quarter of northeast
| have fruit on them. Beautiful yards Rev.. G. Black held services in the pretel cured." Sufferers from coughs two. was panned very pleasantly, the Departure from normal rainfall for the quarter of section 19, township 33. .
I flower garden. Will be sold at agat. Baptist church, last Sdoday, both morn- cold., throat and lung trouble need this daughter serving lemonade and cake week. plus 0.99 Inch e.. Departure south of rang 41 east; on south fo ir ofBt

... For fall particulars address: log and evening to. large congregations. grand remedy, for It never disappoint and the' friends leaving with hearty from normal rainfall since January 1, Lucle River; 40 acres. Apply to
.'C." n. ls also holding protracted:: services Cure ff guaranteed<< by B. R. Wilson ASon. wishes for many happy returns of the minus 8.76 Incbe CHAS. H. WALTOS,

Care ADVOCATE TItnvllle, Fla. her this week. Price W>o arid f 1. Trial bottbts free. dy. I HAL. F. IlABonr, Observer. TItusrtlla, Fla

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the 11Ia TH! EAST COAST OP
\ night lie was mach pieasea. til FLORIDA

suspected that some of his men banoU..f'Ill is PARADISE /
,' "e
him of a disagreeable dllen' 1YCt 1laat
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,;. : Y. mat but at tbe.thn. asked no questions
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A pN Soon after (the Indian war was over, J
I\ '', and the company marched Into It. r s FLORIDA EAST COAST; RAILWAY.
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usual quarters without having) fired I


I J I I. IjJ Fruit. shot It was some months after this. thaI; r1, yf LOCAL TIME\; CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 190:

Its quality influences Tom was summoned to the ,colonel. i ; .J SOUTHSOND-READ DOWN NORTHBOUND-HS0 UP.
: beadtjuanera<< Arriving there be found %
c : ,1 the selling price.Profitable Cks
t the colonel tilttlng before a desk openIng 110. 35 No. 70'No.: 321
MAIN LINE
t fruit bill mall Ills captain was als> Dallll Dally Dally,DIdy: I Ia

growing insured only present. Tom stood! at attention anwaited <
00 p11018 I a L........ .......... .Jacksonville .................. 0' p 8 tOa
when enough actualPotash Presently<< the colonel' took. np| I OBplllH8a..................SoJackeonvile... ....... .....ALv IalP a4la
an envelope that be bad already open 8Up 1181). ............ .. ..St. A.u"u.t4. .. ..................... Tsuatap170rp ..
ed and drew forth ..r .........."' ..............n&lltIDM.......................... /14p ''f Oil.U sto
two papers. Select UIBp ........................E..tPa1.tll.. ........................ 'U.10.. .
::1 S Inn one. lie rend: .4 83pUell' ..., ............. NOlo....................... ..".. flip 41Ta t
N top 1001' ..........................B innells....................;..... 'O'p 6 o6aW
Special Ordir No.t alp 11p.........................lJupoa'.......................... 8/7P 164.C K
i .., is in the fertilizer. !lergeant Thomas Asher la promoted to lap '01' ..........................Ormond.......................... 813p S Ia: ,
I' be second lieutenant for gallant and merltorloni Q t: 880 P $ II U.
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w'cp .r
Neither quantity nor aervlc In the recent campifltrn. v. 8891' oiSaOOU r

," good quality possible Tom was thunderstruck. When be ....... "" ..463. !ii!R:
t"J without ,PFotash.N found his tongue be said: Ii'I i ....... 15p..1) .. ofs
'! ....... P ....... ,
,' \ foroi "Why colonel we never fired a shotT oS ....... p ....... ",10
Wrlu
,!ring daiaiU.n .r/sae. JOlla ""Lleutena'" said the (colonel "gnl "'I 0 ....... 0 p ....... 'j"
ry f. I- II: ...... .. p ....... ;,
: KALI WORKS lant and meritorious service! doesn't always \ 0 ;...... ....... !
V 1 CBRM4t*-W-.*_YoU City, mean simply" bravery. In thli tJ ,4 ....... 103 I' ..........,.............. S' Lual. ... ..... 11 06. .. ::If ISIcop
,, .. ........."...............FortP1eroe.........................iiooa ..... Ar
*' t.tr: \ case It means fare tact in relieving an i ;...... 113D..l....................White Cny......................... 045a ....... S
,, officer from to'embarrassing situation. Tri-W cckl)" Sailings ....... 8 tip ............................Ttbbal........................... 10 BJ a .......
; ,:\ ....... 8 lOp ...........................Ed.n.....................?..... 101/8&. E
Tbe officereboutj, K-gard the soldier'y. O ....... DO P ...........................len... .......................... 10 It 1& .......
1 r ", i :: Free and Interests'' as ,bls own and the soldier t 00 P ............................Stuark.. ..........1114 a ..... II i
BETWEEN JAGKSONVILLE and NEW YORK, ......; 777i 80P .... .................Hope Snun4............... e.4. ... .. y
Accc'ted Masons. should uphold the Integrity of his com .. 7 U/' ... :. ... ...W.1It luplwr. ...........: Bela. ....
I i' ; mander. Few men in tbe ranks'would B; ....... au I' ....................We.' P.lm Beacli..................... 866 ....... tr
'," Calling at. Charleston S. C., both ways) ....... a4 ...................... .Jloyntoa......................... .888. ....... 3
'4 ( '' ".. -' .. ---- have bad the bead even If they had ....... Up .......................7'- .7'L.'derd.I.' ......... ....... 16. .......
,Iit "p'p, '.....qv.. had tbe pluck to an officer from The Finest in the Coastwise ServicE ....... 10 n" ........................LemoD City.......................6 6s. .......
,jI I; ':" Indl&r1 ;: No. 00 Choice between a sage fisticuff with a cat Steamships ... .. OaOp ......... ............... ........................Lv. 11.11" .......

.' /. ",'' tleman and forfeiting the respect of his BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 811 AND 7&DRANCII /
t River '"-, Tltusville, The Clyde New England arid Southern Lines.
1 : : troops. Either would have been det-
:
I Direct Service Between LINES SCHEDULES.Ne .
.
i : V: ; Lodge.NT \ Florida rimental.In taking tbe quarrel on
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I 'i/ Hold..* Its maoemcs the necoiid anil fourth Vrl I.your own shoulders without your cnp. Jacksonville Boston ProvIdence'and all Eastern Points.
a I d&yorawb.. month-, a' the late Armory, Tltua 'tain's 67 N. 6B Ne. B3 N..4B Ne.47 PALATKA. ll..40 ND.48 Ne. BO Ne. B4 I Ne,t'La117.
', knowledge you rendered a eeryhw V.111 Dally Dai 7 Dally BBANWL. Dany Dally Daily Dally DdlI
vlll, at T::30 o'ul.M'k p.m. I >
Charleston S. C. both
: : t. Muter.I to the IIrm ." (Calling ac ways)
J. R. Walker Wornhlpftil !
li; .
1 / sat. 9 1 / ap
P p p p 11
I f i l'' 1. L. Oarmtlien, "Senior warden Taking up tbe second paper or. rather BEM I-WEEKLY: SAILINGS bon / a p t cQ2.i1 Dap S 45 a _Ar 1t.Palatka Lvl 6 00 a e 66 a 12 23 18 01 7 00 ,
t j ," T. H. !Sai.ilern! Junior Warden Southbound Wharf Boston
.fromLewis
"t, .." !-I\\ J. M. IMxon, Tramirer.f parchment, be banded.It.}, to Tom Kortbboand............ ................ .. ;...... ...".from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonvilli Ne
I 'l, \; A. Morgan Secretary.' and added: Nou.ll67 Maall46 BAN MATEO BBANOH. Drll.1/N '
' y Defy
I J. A. HtiKlux, Chaplain. ,
r ',"", .J. B.Soraven, ffcmiur Umtoon. There) your commission. : ? 51 p 6 1 v........................ .s0 Pa .......................... 6 U 14r8
Johns River Line. -
St.
R. H. Mini,)r., .runtnr Demon.H. The captain arose and. offering Tomb Clyde : aann Ar. .................. ...... ..... ........, .. .,......
Steward
ti Van nd nghmu. Senior
J' I 'r F, 81', Taylor,Junior Steward. ,: '. band said; (DeHary Line.)

l P. W. RulMirt, Tyler. "A'cpp1 my personal thanks t have BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. k t i I Lrt IE Nu Lril y D.Ly B1tANO T x u Lrllp Mit7 Drt18y k tBuuO

1 ; ___,___ -------_,__ ben working for your promotion, for topping[ at PalatUa,Attor St. Fraud Menwford(DeLand), Blue Sprint and. intermediate land 4 a
I ; sonic time. *A man' with your head Is tugs: on thAt St.Juuu'e. Htver p 1 40 p 1 3 p a 0 p 9 8U a vaoksonvlle A 7 ae a B 4J rI ) p 1 J p 0 1p
:' HEAD FOR, STEAMER! "LOUISE." Capt. C. I/ BUOCK.IS asap S 2 BOSp 911pSO
,A .. peeled to command
) } 3o p 714 p 30 D 40 p 1010 a Puo 0 hesoh 610 8 00.p1 10 p b 10 p 1 4O p
"Come and dine with 'me this evening Al'POISTKU TO BALL A4 FOLLOWS. 8e. p 19 p 83 p 143 p 016 "AtlsntloBob 013 a 166 aIIIIt 16 p 113 p 1 Bap
: t. Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville..Thusdays! and Saturdays at 5iOO: |p. m. e.0 p 44 p 63 p 1 03 a 110 80. Ar Maypnrt Lv 6 00 a 7 40 a 0.0.0.1 O) m p l 1)pD1xts
., COMMAND Lieutenant Asher" said tbe",,colo- Leave Sanford... .... .... .... ..... ........, .... ... ... ...Muiulit ami"" Thunilayiatftt.0a.nl. Roats Car trains 6 and II.Ne.II .
Flyer Bleeping operated on
Del. "Tbecapfaln will be
there
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1 \\O", ,1. t kLi COTHBEttr F, HOE. Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. .

I I I j I:< '. '/ "'v.-a ; [Original.]"' \ .. .c. HAOkRTY, Eatt'n FMM." 'Agt., ...M. IKONMONtiER.Jtt.,A 8t. Wen.Pa*.. Agt Daily I 'BANFORD B.LAN01L Ne.I3 Dally II, Dully a.. a I Dally No. t OaBL- &NOU CITY ( D.U7 No. 1 I Dally Na 4

1'J: State St., New York I :204 West Hay Jacksonville, Fla.
Borne jfears the recruit TO CURIO A COLD IN ONE DAT
: ago; among
ri\ THO8. D.HALEY Local FruightAgent I O. P.LOVKI.L: Anitt. .la. Bupc.. Oa v.... ttusvi te..A p P 1101 v.N. S.nv nr..Ar 6 p 3 p
,. I ', bf r the -th. United State enmity woe 'rake Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets foot Hogan 8t,.Jacksonville Kla. | boot Hogan ftt., Jnoknonrllle, :l'la. 7 18 ....... ....... 0 p a 19 p it 81 a .... Helen..Lv 80 p 4 40 p
:''L; All druggists refund the money If It falls JOHN. L,. HOWARD Superintendent Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville. lI'la. 8 8s a Lv..0eteen..Le 11 OJ a 4 O3 p it Be a Lv..Orange CiI 3 p 194 p
,, lbomus.trbera youus fallow of twcn li TIIKO. O. KOKK General Ala'utger. WM. f CLYI, r t..>..Oen.ral Agent 166 r..ilttterpr1ro..Lr 1ll 80 1 O 8 p I'11 s3 Ar.Orangs Clay 3ot.I.v 15 p 416 4
Grove's
i '''' ty. lie teas acct'Uicd; nt ouci- and sisal each to cure.box.E.V.:23ots., : signature | ..on. Cliesebrougn Building. U State St.. Opposite Battery ttrk. New York. ntord .Lr 00 i

I .1'.-r-/ with others to n regiment wbk-U was C. 11. WALTON. Agent, TltUNVilta, Fla. These Time Tables show the time at whi-h train mar ba expected to arrtT and depar
I la from the several stations. but their arrival or departure at the tiuiea stated le nnteed
; .d"" nerving I!la the ''''('lIt. Tow was .a -- nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any ooneequenee arising there
Identified. from.

,If tJ "I", \; I dot's Lorn.oMler.wurrunt at lie West bud tried I'olnt.bot to get failed.a ca- received The/ general a letter postotOce addressed! at Paris"To MOD once SE.A..B<>..A.. I> Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mlama.

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,f .i I With characteristic determination he sleur, lly Son flue -," etc. They
:BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
t A! .. ', \ resolved I to enlist but n< there XVQM, were going: to send. it to what In France AIR LINE RAILWAY. .

i'. then practically no promotion from the correspond to' our dead letter once SOUTHBOUND. XfOBTHBOTJND.Iv. : .

: I' racks It did nut occur to blot that lie but a clerk objected. Klama.Moni.Weds..................11 0'p Lv. Havana Tbe.Thnn ...,.............10 00.
)i I S t'P could ever 'ot a comuilBMlon. There. must lie! two fools in that Capital City ,Route. Ar. Key \\ .."Tu.... Thur..............13 10 pAr. Key w..t.Tu...Tn"'.................... e 80i]I
Lv. Key West,Tues. Thurs... 7 30 Lv. Key West Tue..Thare 703
., 't I Tom bud been'In the service a year ,family" hi.. xald. "We shall! find out to The Shortest' Route. Ar.: Havnnn, FMn...:...::::::::::: a OOa p Ar.: Mlama. Werta. Prle...:::::::::::::: 6 Ort]!.

and bin soldierly! ''(conduct bud steadily] whom It belongs" _' For copy of Local Time Card address any Agent.J. .

.', advanced dim till he bud brcoai Ont Hun enough In n few clays a stupid ,: The' Best Line..
D. RAIINER Asst. Oen.Pas". Agent. ST.AUGUSTINE FLA
l' sergeant of hfn) troop. (Jeueral Crook looking;; youth entered and suld- to tbe ; Only line with Double Daily Service Including Sundays to ,
Ii',, I ,va then utter ludUum. rand Tom'sjcoanpaoy c.It'rk':
,I I' XMIS- ftuclud to watch aford. "I'd !MUe -to find out It yon haven't SAVANNAH; COLUMBIA, OAMDE.V, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,

I I One nfternoou a nlttleinnn drove kept lien-; u letter for me from my father WASHINGTON BALTIMORE FIHLADKLPIIIA, NEW YORK, IIOJ': 'M.Ii: : "" ."' .....,""' ........, .. __ _
t some steers. Into oamp uud oflVi-ed them k WITH PULMAN'S BEST:: (jAR- .

,: for till... The,riitnlu|) eoiiclnJ'cd! to'liny "Yes. sir" replied the clerk: ""Here it Tbe Florid. and Metropolitan Limited a solid vestlbulert tra.ln. St. Augustine and. VOR

I"i t them us th fuuiiinnut bad bad no Is." Jacksonville to Mew York, connUilngof; Dining/ Compurtment, Composite, ,
'''It$ \ fresh, uient for Boiiit till.... .\ bargain Observation. awl thawing Room Sleeping Curs. I Rte hmond Washington Baltimore*

i J want voncluilfd. and the. steers were Pn..I.d. Phllad..lphla Boston AtlantaAshuvtlle .
,Iii'
Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleans
Only Hoe operating daily through I'ullman '
kind
"Well da observed tbe
turned When tin l1/ohtt.I. << Chattanooga LouisvilleCincinnati
11" over. money was
For sleeper reservations and further Information write .
I ''t : .:', I>ald, the cattleman declared that Itt father "now that, you have gone St. Louis Kansas CityPittsburjf
,win not the price agreed upon and accused through rollege ut in expenditure of A. O. MAcDONELL, A811t. Oen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida. Detroit Cleveland

t the captain of '.Jt'lhg a client.Thin << tour yeuru time and luooo In real .. J. M. HAKK, R. E. L. HUNCH,
I. V. I'. A G. M., Oen. Pass. Agt. Chicago etc.
it1 j P .. occurred In the baring of everyman money and us near as I can study It ': PORTSMOUTH VA.
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In the coinp-ny., : out you show a, net guln Intellectuallyof .
'4 being able to recite class .. ,----. --- -------
yell - --
The captain. was In a quandary It your -- O'heSOUIilfRN

I I't I u. he aubiultted! to the insult tils men and possess a new and strange accentIn Dixie Route
yoke I cun't help but wonder Flyer: '.
would, Genre, to reHpett bluu If be challenged I. your ,
.I the berdHUian to Burlit with pin what Is that 'vocation In life' you said
NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, and
,
: j j' toil* be would likely l>e reprimanded all this oilueatlon was to fit you for. RAilWAYHOUTE

10'' or tourt martluled. Besides the man Wore you Intending to be a brake- WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD,. '

l' was, not a proper persou for an officer omu?"Itultlmoro American, -route of the-

Ht I to meet in such fashion. While he was CHICAGO AND: FLORIDA LIMITED TRAINand .
OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
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hesitating the cattleman dared him to A sad Itu. k. .

it!. ,, \ have It out with lillte. This seemed Vllitor-rlll'don' my curiosity, my DIXIE' FLYER SLEEPING CARS. The Southern's Palm Limited-

1 I/!!!' :" tbo easiest way out of the muddle and good man \but what are you In prison The Chicago and Florida Limited is quickest train from St. Augustine and

tLe captain agreed. for Jacksonville.Cbnttnnooirn !! THe \VasHin tor>. Richmond and
I I .i, 1 1. Tom Aaber whispered n few xsorda I'rlsoner am serving time for steal- '
Louis and Chicago with Pullman'sfinest
N-uhvllle Loulnvtlle St. !: Florida
j Limited
jug $.O.UOO from the bunk I worked ,
to soverat'or.the.men, a moul8hlp"j' !
without
Observation and Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining oars, etc., through
them to stand, by him In what he was for. clianeo. The fa nous Dixie Flyer all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta and THe New YorK (land Florida Express

,, I' going to do then striped forward and Visitor-That was a sad mistake. Martin, through to !St.: Louis,* without change. .

saluting his rominitnder, said: t Prisoner I know It. Curse tbe day t For Information relative rates, schedules etc., write to... TO TIlE EAST.
i k "Captain we dou't want to see the didn't steal $100,100.-Ohio State Jour
4 E. J. WALKEH,.Fla. Pass/Agt, Jacksonville, Fla. clDl'The
1 )1 I uniform of the captain of this cojnpauy THe Chicago and Florida Sp
"t. naL'A C. E., HARM IAN, Gen. Pasn. Agt, II. F. SMITH Trafflo Manager.
t' tarnished by u berdnuian HuJ would be
Atlanta, Oa.; Na bvllle, Tenn.Atlantic Florida Limited
pleased "to: have you let us turn him sliest Part
Orooven-Tlmfs nllllO 'OIII. Ue isn't --- --
out of
camp. TO THE NORTH AND WEST.
, t J \ "It he does he's a coward." growled upon upeukliiH terms, with any memberof

( the cuttleman. tine company
"1' 'o'pr-Vuu don't mean Itl What was Coast Line
the
shall flgbt him replied cap-
R'y Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
I talu resolutely. the cause of the III fettling! }
'
Asheville through :The Land of the Sky.
"Then we suggest that since It I.I Uroo\'-Never"' was any cause; always
,Ii Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
i
) tbe snore lie has only thinking
lw ; growing dark t the matter be deferred
connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
;" till morntnjc." part, you know.Koelon Transcript The OreatTbrou'gh Car Line from Florida.-Connections: .
Pullman Sleeping Cars.and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
+
C I .
"Very welt said the captain, hoping -
4 e' -: East Via all rail. The Atil\ntJoCoaat Line runs over Its own rails to trains.
Naturally. To the
1 that something. might occur to render and ; thence
Charleston Richmond WasblngtonJ via
II (ho ,combat unnecessary. 'I'll see him Jones-What struck you most significantly Savannah Ask for Tickets. via Southern Railway. rrepondencs Solicited.H. .
Railway. _
Pennsylvania
I R t lifter roll call tomorrow.. In that hurricane ;you describedat '

+ The man grumbled but waa lei) the club last nlgbtT To the West The LAN, via Montgomery.:
( away by the soldiers. As soon as they Browne-Well, I should say it was TUO M. A o. Railway. via Montgomery. V. CAREY FUt P-. Agt, loa V. BAY SU JuksoavO, FU.S. .

i ; were out of hearing of the captain tbe blow.-Yoiikers II era Id, To the FiUt via. Steamahlp. Via Savannah and Ocean S 8 Co., for New York K. HARDVICK. V. H. TAYLOE,
.
t4 Tom said to him. "If you want to Philadelphia and lIo ton. Savannah and Merchant Miners
thrush our captain In the morning you The man who bus never needed to Transportation Company for Baltimore.To I General Piaeenfer Agent, Aa'| Genl P_ Meat,

are welcome to do iiI), but you've got have any teeth pulled out I la the loudestIn Key West and Havana, ,,,1..Pore Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamships '"Wubinftoo, D. C. Atlanta Gs.
i ( to thrash me first-and now." advising for sufferer to "brace up
Jaea..s 15. .011.
A rlnii was formed and the two menfell like n uuiii and time the thing out at
4 ... SiUMMIm: T01J'Et.XSTS: : TXOBEJTSwill : :
to. The cattleman was a powerful ClIIt't' '
fellow. but with no skill. Tom was be on sale throughout; tbe Northern, Eastern Western and Southern States to
-- all SUMMER: RESORTS via the Atlantic Coast Line, during the season of 1902,
K I limited until Nov. 31st with liberal prlvlledftes.!
to return stopover THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
a build and a fair boxer.: Tbe result -
; was that be soon got In a blow be. Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally! supplied ,
t with Information and handsome advertising matter.
f IN CUBA
bind the ear that knocked his opponent
Patented In tbe United States Britain and Canada
Great
I ,
down, and he failed<< to getup.. For Information as to rates sleeping car reservation etc., can on or write to

I "Come" said Tom. where it Is hot alt the year roundScott's F. M. the IT.So
Jolly, Division Passenger Agent. PRICE $4.00 and 3.00 EACII. Should be used by every Boat Bullderln
The man sat up and looked aboot 138 West Bay St., Astor. Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
i" y him. as If be wondered where be was. Emulsion In Use by soma of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.
EMERSON H. M. E)IERSOYY.. J. CRAIG
-Timer called Tom. T. M. ,
where else
I sells better than any For Sale by
Tbe man tried to get up. but failed. Traffic Manager. Atat. Traffic Mgr. Gea'L. Pass. Agent.
don't .
world. So
In the stop takingIt Jas. Pritchard & Son
I ; j I "It you're anxious to fight: the cap- WILMINGTON: N. C. ,
I ; ,,tala you'd better finish this Job nt." In summer or you win lose TITUSVILLE, -. FLORIDA.
what have
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I .' aid Tom. you tend for a r.gained... sample. SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT: BOAT BUILDERS. _
I .1 U'hen the fallen herdsman collected BCOTT ft ItOWN$. cfiemUtu., JOB FRXXTTXNGOF : --- ---
Fearl taieet, New York.
,his .seniifcs. he acknowledged 'himself i4'3
sad i,- .fl dna i_
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4 beaten And was escorted out of camp. soc. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEprints
ALL KINDS
f I The next: morning when the captain

t called for his opponent and was In- '' job ADVOOATE.PRINTING OFFICE. all kind of Commercial Cards kill JIG-
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HOW 'TO TREAT 'CURCULIO.The ICEBERG BLACKBERRY. ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING IIOUSE. :

Nl72AN: RIVER :aO'IeL:: Only War !. to J.,r-Whr SprnyIntf A,. Handsome ""'bU..." BlncUberrrVlworoa ,

ON-TIIE-IY1iIAN-RI VER. !. Not Liked and Productive ,- "

TITUSVILLE "The only way" to treat curcullo, as The Rural New Yorker has given .- __ _._ .rtr.c-:
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told by Mr. J. II. Halo before a societyof I what It culla u fair representation of .-

horticulturists is reported as follows the Iceberg blackberry as fruited on Its
FLORIDA. grounds. The density of the cluster! .
: It la to jar the trees and then S I
which are shown In tbe cut IndicateIt ,
burn the curcullo. It looks like a somewhat -
to bo very prolific.
1 J. G. BAST Proprietor expensive operation to Jar a lot The Rural detu-rluea the berries as of
I of trees for curcullo; bat systematically good size and of a very attractive, H!

i I arranged you can go over the whole translucent amber tint, so light as to

Kg DUCK SHOOTING I orchard a very short time and do It Justify the name of white. The flavor

every day la the week as long as it Isnecessary. Is not particularly pleasant, however.
F" eflt 1 1 1
and FISHING. We are not troubled very

much with then In our neighborhood

'' 'r = t,; :--- Rates: $2.50: per day. In 1800' and 1S08 we were trouble 1

"" "*" with them In Georgia, and we Jarred ,t: .
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$10 and $12 per week. GO.OOO trees one day and then CO.OOO v -r c l. t* JW \

the next, and we kept It up for: seven WT/rt6'Off/'

weeks and got the orchard practicallyfree
JACKSONVILLE.; yr1."s
from curcullo while neighboring r

orchards lost t>;5 to (<0 per cent of their : .: : '

crop from them. One man will carry t"i a } it

IUYAL tbe circular frame and another a club
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
padded with rubber.It .
docs no good to Jar these trees :.
when tile nun Is too wal'l1ns the cur- 4rtBe3:

Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re-* cullos become too lively and frisky;; anti'
will riot remain on frames. We Jarred

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally, conducted . . from early in the morning until about !' All kinds. of Commercial Stationery printed the above oIDce.
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10 o'clock and then we would begin tt
Rates 3.50: per day and up. again about 3. They; would stay on this v M Jti LETTERHEADS:: NOnSUKADS: ENVEI.OI'ES, UII.MIEADfl, SHIPPING

tray until we got to the end of the row ; TAGS, GAUDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply'and oxpodltlously.Olllchil .
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor.
where wo bad a tin box to put them lu. Y,4
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we Kept account of tuba expense whateach .
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row cost us. We kept this up until I Supply HOUHO of The Illinois 1"hlhul'lIh'n'R."cll1t1on..
ESTMORELAND West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE them down to seventyfivefrom
HOTEL we got ---------- -------- - ---
FLA. the row. The most they got at NEW \V11ITE" BLACKDKItRY 1CHHEUO.: :
Tho Chicago Net mill Twine Co.
one time was 400 to the row. There though It Is the best of Its type. There
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- were u good many barrels we gatheredup U some mawkish astringency even In Manufacturers of-

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water and burned. We mix the curcullo well ripened specimens. One can Imagine H
i with kerosene oil and it does not require those handsome berries sought/
Baths, Elevator etc. Five. minutes from any wharf or depot. All much burning. after for Kiii'iiUhlng ,decoration but r H
I think It is tbe general experienceof
\ street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00: to $2.50 per day. not for their table quality. They are 0
those who have sprayed that theyhave
arm and handle well but n bruise Is
0'i i Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. not met with any marked success. soon followed by a I brownish discoloration a r
I do not dare to use too much on my which mars their transparency H Hh
e trees. I have sprayed them to my sor Iceberg Is said to result from n cross
W VICTORIA HOTEL Corner :Main: and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE row. Either bordeaux or arsenic will of Law to u with the well known old

FLA. i cause the foliage of peach trees to dropIf Crystal White and Is certainly nn immense t: :r
used of much strength. The foliage Improvement on that variety In FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De crlptlon (:;

; Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and $2.50: per of the Jupiirifse plums Is subject to being size nUll I'I'oIII'U'cn'lIlII.Inny: white :Dealers la Seine Twine, Maitre eOJ'II. Hop, Etc: tI;
attacked with shot bole fungus,
day. European plan; rooms, /60 cents to $1.00 each peraon. anti light colored blackberries have Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
' and while their foliage Is not asjtenderns been Introduced from time to time, but 0-Sl-8t:< E Indiana !St. Chicago: III.
R. BIXLER, Proprietor.: that of the peach the use of arsenicor but. 1 been found valuable
none except as ... ...Vtantlon The ADVOOATK In your letter ?
bordeaux: weakens the resisting curiosities though there KOOIDH to ha u .___ _.
SRABKREZK. force of foliage ns to shot bole fungus.' place for Iceberg. The canes ore vigorous We are Member. of the'-- ..Illinois! !. Fl liei. men's Asunelnllon.!
I have tukon almost all the foliage off nod came through the pant severe .
the trees at different times With excessive
winter without harm.
The Clarendon Inn and the Breakers sE nREEzE. proportion of lime In niP solution

the evil of using it can 1 be partially SAN JOSE SCALE. ]IF YOU WANT A...

overcome but then the solution is too __ _.__ ___u___ __ __
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. thick to be applied( well; so. after all. -
Hammer Treatment llrleflr Stated by
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort Jarring Is the best cheapest and most the "Konth' Carolina Station.The -
effective of method I know of,
as
a In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post 'during tbe the curcullo.any best time to treat trees for the .Building Lot
against
' summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, San Jose la In the winter when there .. ,
will Is no foliage ou the trees but it la nec-
play daily, afternoon and evening. '
A Promising New Garden Flower
to In the also
Guests can feel' assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their Gardening pictures one of the latest when esrniry the scales spray are multiplying summer rapidly 0 r a lot with a BUILDING READY FOIL OCCUPANCY, .

comfort. Rate, $2 to $2.60 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special novelties the Shasta daisy created by and It in dangerous to let them LAND FOR AN ORANGE (JROVE,

rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST, Seabreeze Fla. ,Luther Burbank which_Professor_ _Bal-__._ go unchecked until the time for the N.'I'I
ley siiys.. promises Lu L 10 at: once u take ranKaa _.._..'_ t "'1,..__...__ 1'INKAPPI/B PLANTATION or ;
rflllrrlent. iroes are
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GOOOALL-OLD SEAlJnEEZI one of the very best garden flowers.. i!, found in the summer with tiring scales We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.!
The plant la hardy and not
very particular spray them with n 10 per rent strengthof
as to soil or treatment. It kerosene In water. Trees that are Settlers are flocking but itlll (here I III room. If you relooklnir ,

e Seaside Inn I OLD SEABREEZE the blooms year for round several California.months nearly The flower all. to that badly) they crll"to"l'r arc nlreiuly with begluulng the scales to till* way drop" a lino to .

(DAYTONA) FLA. is large fully three Inches In dlame- die should be burned Very badly JAS. E. INCRAHAM 3rI l VlVrr-.Ulent.
Infested branches nnd twig of otherwise ,
Opposite Keallo '. New CB lno and Pier. This handsome modern '' ',
new : :- -
\X' ,: :, :-, vigorous trees should be cut off FLORIDA EAST OMIT R'Y
hotel situated on tbe finest Surf Bathing Beach In Florida la now open for .;1<.<'Iti" and burned. Preliminary to spraying

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy roomi. Exchange and Dining 'si.;,r',:,} r.':, v'si the tree should bo pruned buck AUOrSTINR;. FLA.

Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and eervl.'e. Terms $8 to $15 per l""i.S';((! .4 r ;,e A good plun to follow would !be to go
wt\!+ek. JAS. II. JOUNSON & SON ,.III'.' through the orchard and examine every
.'rioter House: GRAND ATLANTIC Daytona, Florida. ldi'Qa 111'; ti!(\\ tree with n pocket lens. or Ynagnlfy- :LV 5c C
\ .; INK glass marking with n pnlnt or CHAS:: : B L t7 < O. .
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J/ I' (Ii:,," j': enrefiilly removed n few Inched below
i-1 the roll and burned on the pot. The
The ,,;i.:1 1 others should be sprayed with 10
Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, :.: : percent FULL Fuw.
FLORIDA.W. '"// kerosene In water anti carefully a ,
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,,, ,".t watched during the summer. A 15 percent 1 -
C ERNST Manager. ".,,1\\\\ \.,\,\:: r oil mixture In very often advised '
.w (kl'l.r! ,. nnd, when carefully applied can be t fXPRfSS %DRE35

lOa Lake Worth opposite Postoffloe and business houses. Large verandas. ,u" '," ',I",;;,,'!':;".:.1, used. PREPAID I, PREPAID
"., 'n, !! liL should be done bright _
,' 1i'( < Spraying; on n
Strictly/ flret-claee. Summer Rates $2 per day. Special by the week. Ilvr, /,",''\ ","(.,;l(' :'" < V ', dry day HO that the oil will evaporate VO

- - -- - ; 'I,f", is quickly us 'lo Klhlt'. The oil evupo- ,
IIKNI>EUSONVILLR, N. C. I rtutes most slowly on n mist' cloudy \19? ill rt
TUB: SHASTA DAISY AND ITS I'AUENTX. tiny. and the tree;IN. more apt to he Inured

t ter. and bus three, or more rows of petaU by; some of the oil )penetrating the v SQtS
GH G11 PARK PLACE : of reuiarkuble whiteness on' stiff' bark A thorough application In neeennry. ( n ,
HENDERSONVILLE, N. O. wiry stems of great length. The plant but the oil and water should never r
Is botanleally clasxltled, all Cbrysantbe- be put on so much that It run down i bbz.DELIVER $ .

Old 8t produced by crossing the wordy but It must be remembered however that -
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For Rooms and Terms address : a CD roi
free flowering American species with every scale Insert thut I III to be killed 2 QtS
}I 1111I.' FliEDEItlKA S. CANTWELL. the European and Japanese species mint In- actually touched with the oil

r-- .- --- _.-- -- followed' by u long period of rigid selection. and therefore every twig brunch, and I2 PAgent $9oo
NEW VOJIIC Some perfectly double daisies are the trunk of the tree must lie moisten-
other novelties from the name source ed. and this Is .best done with a inlst- .
for the 1'iilmt Co.
.. like ypruy. Spray the Infested trees Hrowmtf

IE HAMILTON 43th Street, bet. Droadway and Sixth Avenue, Stravrb.rrl.. of IllKh Quality. .several time' during the summer If

NEW YORK. For large/ berries of high quality Mar n"'Rary.-Rotrth Carolina Station.

A Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably shall uable.William says the Belt Michigan and:Sample station are val but Ornamental Solitaire. D on,' Take P liiS'!cure They*temporarily< nstlpatlon

for market berries, where quality Is desired. Ornamental solitaires In .n uncommon Ly agitating the
I Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. .
Excelsior for early followed byWurfleld term used, by the writer of an or-
bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
Furnished and Unfurnished. lIanrlaoll. Clyde. Sample tide on IJlndllcal"aardt'nlnlt. It corrv, :
, secretes enough bile to make the Intestines
GEORGE W. MORTON. i William Belt and Ilnbacb. will with rintlfia. to "specimen trees." A. Mf... execute their natural functions.

good culture give (denlrabh results.Home inn's Monthly obser, .. this appllcu- ural agitation,caused: by cathartics, e
of the newer sorts are promls- i iInll' Ion of a word usually made to a single continual and increasing: doses to
but need further trial. "Senator' precious stone or Kent seems rather ap- attain the) n.
tel Marlborough Dunlup.. Rough Rider Empress and roprlnte for a perfectly formed soli' compCl'j!
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I'arxon's Beauty are all terries of tar, plant In a landscape setting and t
muc-U promise, but every grower should might well receive. general adoption. on the

Broadway :iOlb and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. carefully select such varieties at art" results.r liver; curco Chills
suited to his methods of culture! andenvironments !Stray Petal..
400 Um.. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con Avoid scattered affect on tbe lawn. and Fever, and .every form of
Flowers and high colored foliage are Malarial: Ei ":-, IJenlttlng; and Inter
ducted on American and European plans, and Is managed under tbe personal A Point la T..I1..c. wont vlTectite! against.\ a !background of Fevers, and, ry coins to the seat of the

supervision of tbe owner. In transplanting/ such plants a* the green foliage.Galllardlas trouble, works permanent cure

E/S. CROWELL strawberry the fibrous roots should b. are beautiful annuals and FIFTY C.CN7S' PtiR DOTTtB.II. !.
Manager spread out all much as possible whilethe
bloom tbe and
through
_ __ u root of a taprooted plant like cab- freely summer -
fall. It. WIL80X& HON.WHITE'S.
bage. beet etc. should be plated
Hulvln otel Vendome Broadway and -list !Street, .. straight up and down and not bent of scarlet all summer. {1- --
Itself. u.
upon I -- -
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CREAMVERMIFUGE
NEW VOKK CITY.
!!.*. t.. Pm_. 1I..b soil does the sweet peas good. !-r
It i* all very well to dlscusa formula Cat the . FIREPROOF. :300 rooms, single and en suite, with private batbs and toilet: ,
for bordeaux mixture and substitutesfor long the flowering season.A r i m unutf. BMI In Qiuilllr. i

rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms 1.J\O\ >; large room. $2; and with out of parls the"green pump cylinder but If the DO packing formula I Is* time late before(planting July-will of give gladiolus-any" flowers. : =ot 20 Ye.rS !Has i Lrd aa!1 fW r: fc: .:.d..e.: .atyo 'JfI {

prlvttetatb 42.SAr: l r day aDd opusids. Tbe mroagenmtatI.nrdertheper worth anything, remark. Country Gen- Sow mUnonet'e;. for summer flower I ::.aa u'r -.X'-r.. z.-: : ... ; '::"es.rr.ronred .
: by'e'. JItIUIH.;: .f t r' 3::. LeIrt18..MLMMMANVVN.IVW. .
lust of
sootl supervision of the owner. :FRANK GRUEN, Manager. leman. InK toward the fI11 .... .-..N.J'a' ..--., .,.. -W-









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Dnrnvd Gambo Slakes the Beet Kind ALL FOOD
I k! :1' JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS: of IliKhmrayn.Nowhere (Incorporated.) GROCERIES, GRAIN ANDdHAYe AND PRODUCTS

"' I : :! In the United States are PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00. handle PRODUCE of are agents for MAPES FERl't! I ERJ
We
;, 41 West lUy Street,
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the present roads poorer or better ones We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit tho trade of all cyan
;:; JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA more needed thou lu souio part of the This company ownsIiANI ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your stat ?. I

.. argest stock In this section of country Mississippi valley The problem of :I :: S, E. L. BRADY A BHO. TITUSVILLE.. Fl A |

I' Kiitalrilsbed In 1868. Improvement In this region moreorr
In the Indian Rivet Country; On the 8t
difficult because
bas seemed peculiarly
Send for descijptlvo) catalogue.
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there are ,nQ ledges Of rock of a kind Lucle River;' at New River and on Bay, s. W. CARROLL,
suitable for making good road mate
' Prices to suit the times.
: I .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH... Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Is Indorsed rial. Biscayne _Dealer In-
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J, and prescribed by many leading physic But now behold out of the very ex- Send for Land List. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES !

Brewing Asso's. lane throughout the State, for all blood cess of badness, out of then sticky, Offices at Titusville and :Miami. Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, ,

r and skin troubles. Hundreds of cases ol clinging almost bottomless mud Into Crookery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage S61icitet,
tI Eczema and other skin diseases hav which the roads are converted every OKO. M. BOBBINS 1'. A. MOttOAN. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
( FaiuouK St. fctul Keg and Hot- ; spring and autumn comes tho mntrrlnl President. Actuary
been permanently ,cured after .
many
I tied Jloor. which Is to work their salvation. This .- .. -
8 years standing, by the use of Hancock's BreYard Abstract of Title Co
and material Is burned gumbo the very ICE FACTORY.TITUSYILLE
bold by 1\lelor.F.A.Lostey INDIAN RIVER .
Liquid Sulphur For sale by.
mud which makes the roads so bad 1 WILL FURNISHAbstracts
4I R L. Motlow T.ltimvllleFl
B. R. WILSON A SON, DRUGGISTS. baked over wood fires until it becomesone ,. FLA.Is .
Hi Mr', 11. Motlow, Cocoa, Fla. of TitleFOR
id of the best rondhulldlng: materials
loose. !
FLORIDA. -Sacked or Special attention
TITUSVILLE in quantity
LANDS IN- prepared to furnish Ice any
+ ,1" JOSEPH ZAPF known. for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
\ t ," Tho credit of making the first pray Brevard County. paid sacking
WETMORE Proprietor.
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I I tical application of this discovery be.
Sole Agent. FILLIPINO WOMEN AHEAD OF Office under Law Office of
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I THE MEN. GEO. M. ROBBINS,
I years they hate been using burned
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I I gumbo as ballast for their roadbeds in TITUSVILLE, '

FLA. DUNKIRK, N. Y.,July 22, 1002., Illinois UIs ollrl. Iowa and other Store.
;J J: JACKSONVILLE Whaler's Jewelry
: I Editor East l Coast t.A dvoeatt. states of the middle west. It was first
i \\.1. "i Intended as a substitute for crushed Coast Meat Market
In the testimony of Archbishop Nnza-
; East End :Cafe leda, of Manilla before the Philippine rock in regions! where rock could not
a I I \ Commission lately printed as a Senate easily be obtained but it demonstratedits G. F. DUREN, Agent. '' Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware, Etc]
\ d document there is a curious passage superiority so plainly that It Js now IS:!!:: ,
I; '' WM. J. IIOBAN, Prbp'r. bearing on female sufferage which says: used extensively even where ledges are C': O
I II "The Is better than the in of Fine Watchesand
woman man abundant. .- ATTENTION given to Repairing
SPECIAL
I Wines Liquors and Cigars. :::: .
in intelligence in virtue In c-; >> sa.
every way; The mud is. really an Impure exceedIngly wsD'd months.
warranted for 12
labor and deal economical co:: Jewelry. All work
i I AimAUSKIl BU8OR DEER A SPECIALTY. ; great more sticky clay. The process of preparing
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She Is very much given to trade and pa: and careful attention
will receive prompt
1 I It for use upon the toad Is very = U-lIIal1 Orders
Out of town orders given prompt atten trafficking. If any rights or privilege. low
Is In
I are to be granted to the natives do not simple. .Coi-dwood plied a FLORIDA!
I i JI: tion. Jug trade a specialty.ffiyFURNISHED glue: them to tbe men,but to the women." pyramid; eight or ten feet wide. Overthis TITUSVILLE. ? .

;1 r t ROOMS Query. ."Then you think It would be Is tbrowu three or four' inches of cotJ
I i much better to give the women the rightto coal slack, and on this again is 'placed _' ti .cn:
t' Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, vote than the men!?" from twelve to twenty Inches of mud. = C'at -

'v Jacksonville Florida.Mason's Answer "Oh, much more. Why, When the wood is fired, a slow combustion Attention IGIVJ !
I fluids who do
"I even in the It Is women the goes on, which concerts the Special
: I : woik. The mun go to the cock fights and riTUSVILLE; FLORIDA
cornered
I I mud into small sharp
I I >> I and gamble. The wom'an is the one who
I : I' Fruit Jars. support the men here, so every law of exceedingly bard, pieces so that the <:N TO MAIL ORDERS FOR
I ,I I Justice demand. that even In political product has the appearance of red

f PINTS, 00 cents per dozen. lire they should have the privilege over gravel. n Hardware Tinware Crockery} Glassware,|
; he men." ((Senate document 100 p. 100.) The railroads find that they' can p1tIG1i ,
QUARTS,Cots per dozen Governor Taft also testified before the make and deliver the gumbo on board
r P Congress of the United States that !If anyriliplnos the cars at a cost of 25: to 85 cents a Harness and Stoves.

I dozen.I were to have the elective franchise but when burned in moreprimitive
'a GAL. 01) cts. per cubic yard
it should be the women because fashion and oil a smaller I:&"Our Stock Is Complete.,and We Can Fill Orders Promptly,
I they were more capable of exercising It. t ,,t
I J OY.3QI '1'. BUNTING, It remains to be seen what position scale as Is usually the case on country
the cost 'Is slightly greater. Pritchard & Son.
11II I I85 Furniture. our grand and glorious Republic will highways Jas. <
i St. Augustine Florida. /give these superior Filipino women when Iloads covered with this material are
I it becomes necessary to ,provide for a never muddy or dusty. They keep free Postoffice Box 212,
I more permanent civil government In that from snow and Ice. are slow to get out

r I I f:7 oountiy. Will our government say to of repair, and weeds or grass will not Titusville: : ., ... F' orida.Pineapples.: .
? C these women as they virtually say to of mud Is .:
v ff+ grow on them. The supply : ,
J'J, N I I I't 1 their greatest own Republic women: "You In the are world a part whose of the unlimited Its preparation simple and ,,1L----.h.:

A writer In The Review of Reviews
cheap.
I uundatlon principles are 'the consent of
t he governed' and 'no taxation without declares that five years of systematic

', ,j I epresentatlon," but we only mean the and intelligent work with burn- If[f Your House Goes up in Smoke i
( I'' ''I I vl 'consent of the men people and 'no tax ed gumbo would make the principal 1
'f I aloe without representation' for men country roads as passable all'the year and you loose everythingit
II! ( : \l lrco only, therefore you must be represented round as a paved city street and at Is your own fault.

I : iy your men even though they are less little more rout than the amount now I7M.ro: iKLiaxi.ac'a.xxoo.: :
apablu than you. wasted In working the road." .mftiulcnt to cover the value of the property We solicit,consignments of all kinds of Fruits Vegetables and
!. KI.NOUA MoNnorc VAIIOOCK. and household effects should be car Piotluce. All shipments! receive our' personal attention. Re-

I "led. Rates are not high.' The companies turns made day of sale Stencil or rubber stamp on application.
; MALABAR SCHOOL HOUSE. FLORIDA STATE FAIR we lepresent are solvent reliable and lib-
Mat. Claims' are )promptly adjusted.
ir Don't neglect to take out a policy. & :E"C"'GaEt3.:: :
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f h t'l rfr .MALAUAU\( July 23rd, 1002. T.AKK ., July 23, 10\ >2; SCHUYLER & 3RANNING, SCOE3JE :,

'IlI I.II DURING THESE HOT DAYS !
I Dear :Sir-lu the last Issue of your valuable I wlllh to announce through you t'.it Correspondence Invited.
of bottles of
Yl/ open up one my pape.i 1 hoe that of the $lHJO( set the preliminary work of arranging fir
I OLD WINE OH WHISKEY aside by the School Board for now bulldogs ho next State Fair Is progressing mo itatisfnctorily. KSTABC.I9HKD!: I8TU.

1 r( : i and drink to the health and prosperity of $100,00 Is appropriated for a sew .
\' ; I friends and self.Thosu pchool-house at MnUlmr. I have uiulertood Premium lists will be ready for da
tl\t\ I ii "00,111I'e pure and wholo ome. that the 11 nances of tho county ribution) In about ten days and will he M. Lane & Son
!,1 Unexcelled for iluhness, strength and chools were not In a very nourishing gladly(: forwarded to any citizen of PloiHantereated. ,
I" I Ilavor.t condition; nod our' special 1 school tax There Is every reason for beleving .
t \ ; ROBT. MOTLOW] ells the tale; but by making an appiorlatlon that the Fair of this year will be!
TITUSVILLE:: and COCOA, FLA. > of f.KM for a new schoolhouseit even more marked success than was the ;Ori 230: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
f I?I
Malabar It looks as If the School last Fair' Several counties have already SF1.jNe pfI11NEp
1//" t icmici had "money to burn" taken action relative to county exhibits. Southern Fruit and Produce!
L. A. Ilildrcth, Will Brevard County School Board Many new premiums will be offered
JI' I .. trough( the medium of the AHVOOATK md several old ones have boon niateilaly -
I Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Brands -let the public know what Is the matter Increased. The first prize for general

...'of... with tho present hahool-house at Mala county exhibit will bo t.Cil: ; ), with second Orxl.tX.issioc.:: :: :: :: ::) : ::tMI: :erohaJ: : ::),.ts.
ili'st-class schoolhouse fora and third of :)1
bar t It Is a prizes $100 and $ respeo-
," Rum Brandies Whiskeys Gins small community. It Is nicely cealed, Lively, In addition to several county
.; b nad Is more than sufficient for the needsOf prizes of $100 which are offered for exhibits FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR 'SPECIALTY.

: t Wines,'Bottled-Ales, Boer and Stout. 'the children that attend school, and of special! prod cts. X111\
who are likely to attend lu years to Your county should be lepresentod by Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
The best whiskey and liquors served by come.I nn ofliolal exhibit oUts resoui'ces. Those We are agents for the above Sewing
polite andcourteoue attention. have heard some "It \U too far counties successful hut year's competition -
I for the children to walkl, How was It have every reason for being more Machine, and keep a ful1'lne, of the dlf-
", A first class line of foreign when children than satisfied with I
the years before the tbat their experience. orent styles on hand. P. H/vahlzxianL & Co.
and domestic cigars. attended the school were younger In am confident that the County Commissioners c
)W FA.UILY.andIIOTEL'l'UADESoU"lto,1.rrompt years, and some of them had to walk of each county are perfectly wiling JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
{further' than at present ? I doubt If the to comply with the desires of the Titusville Florida.

and careful attention given :School Board have Investigated the mat- ,' representative citizens of their county, '<< '" " """ -" '" "'' FLORIDALIrr
I to mail orders, accompanied by cash. tor, for if they had no $100,00 would be and I fool confident that you can be depended
spent In such, a manner at the present on fur exerting moot effective 'In- Hodgson Bros.
L. A. iriLDRETlf, Lime, when tho school funds are needed luance In shaping sentiment toward this :: E.a.PPLES:: : ::

FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. For more urgent purposes than. building end.I. EAU OALLIE. INDIAN 1UVER, FLA.
: new schoolhouses at 1 places where they wish particularly: on behalf of the
4 II ,. .... ... already have a good one, *ith plenty of State Fair Association, to express to you Marine Hallway. A SPECIALTY.New .
UNIVERSITY I COLLEGE room for tile accommodation of all that our Indebtedness and gratitude to the General Merchants soil Ship Chandlers.
attend. of the State to whose unsel
O newspapers Facilities.. Yolk for Florida Fancy Pineapple .. saoclatlon.I .
.peclal Agents
OF MEDICINE- 1IIA. A TAXI-AVER.: fish and able assistance the success of I '

f, I MECICIAEnFNTISTAYPHAAMRCL.Iur.Ialtof' the last Fair was very largely due. "'elu"e roe Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing
/ Itieory, every confidence In the continuationof 201! \ Washington St )l NEW YOUR:
I.aboratorles.Proof. DEATH OF EARL SANDERS.Our your most valuable assistance and cooperation Yachts and Launches. \\13 Murray Street. J f N. T.OI.II'C7IT .
Ho.plt.'Uf>-.ctlc.. without which feel that -
when
I we Mention the DVOCATK writing. .-
a On. hundred pane I.ataloaus fr... community was greatly shocked any enterprise of this nature would -- -- -- -- -

tl ) ____ when word was received that, little Karl largely:: fl\1.\ but with which we are con
Mndon Sanders, age six years, only son tweet of success. Believe me, Two Fine Lots For Sale. : : :eeOr'lBEJeS::! ::: :: ,

l JAMis: : A. FLOOD, of Captain and Mrs. Jan. T. /Sanders, of Noel truly yours, Two fine l -aore lots lying on Indian !

(Formerly of New York City,) Miami, .was called away by the angel, II. E. dTOCKURlDOE:, River, :2 miles south of Fort Pierce on a I
1 death, on Wednesday, July 1J( 1002. i
/Secretary.A rood shell road. Each lot has ilOO feet Produce Commission Merchants.
Regular Llcons Sluster The sad and unexpected end came In /
Utah bluff covered with :
I'luiulter, the hospital Toledo, O. whore Earl river frontage.
Good for
and hardwood timber.
Had been taken by his mother. The In. FEW APPLICATIONS of'Hancock's palms
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I With the very host experiences of over termunt took place In Urbana, O., the Liquid< Sulphur will\ cure any cone of granges' grapefruit tangerines and pine
Ground Itch, at B. It. Wilson A :;I.>n's. apples. No better location on the river Florida Pines Our Specialty
1 I twenty years on all kinds of the most ap- former homo of Mrs. Sanders, on /Satur:) it any price. $1,000.00 for each lot. ,
y proved sanitary methods of plumbing day July ISHu. C. T. MCCABTY,
,; has opened a first-cla.. shop oa Bench The bright, cheery little fellow was ......oa of the Scorpion.It Ankona Fla.
treet, south of opera house, where I am not only the very existence of father and
loved his \\n said to be a remarkable fact that 335 Washington Street
prepared to furnish and Install the very pother, but was tenderly by ,
+, latent and most approved system of sanitary urge circle of relatives and friends, the poison of tbe scorpion graduallyloses Drnylng.
) .. plumbing, drainage and ventilating. whoso hearts ache under this burden of Its effort upon u human being, and NEW YORK.
( together with all kinds of the very best sorrow which has so suddenly come upon that man suffers less and l less each Draytng; or hauling of all kinds promptly T'fl.
k sanitary plumbing fixtures of the best them.: The sweet babv's fair' and bright time he Is stung. One bold philosopher attended to. Meets. all trains. Stove References: Our 35: years' record' Chatham National. Bank, New "

manufacture: with the very latest, sanitary creetlnz;; will bo greatly missed in our it Is related, bud the courage to follow wood supplied. =
... requirements; all kinds, direct and community where Earl was the pet of out this principle to tbe furthest extent AtritKD: HADLKTT, Titusville.
Indirect, hot water and steam heating; all. and made scorpions sting him repeatedly .
I laundry drying rooms tltted. Alt work The most sincere! sympathy of everyone until be bad become poison proof Land For Sale. Seeds For Summer Crops.
atl'lc keD
will receive prompt und personal attention goes out to the grief parents. -
and done at the very lowest terms. The vacant place" In their heart and home and suffered but little Inconvenience! 17la acres first-class pineapple land,
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Telephone may never bo tilled but God In his own beyond tile transient pain of the punc-
ieslrable front, on St. Lucle river at a
OJ. Daytona, Fla. time and way will still the pain and soothe ture. bargain. For reasonable terms write, Millets Sorghums, SoJ* Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, TeoslniBeggorweed 0'tQ
'I the aching heart. W. W. LUCK, clean.
Clyde Steamship Line. Mr. Sanders was In Miami at the time Nee aioro Help. Tlbbals, Fla.

I I of for Earl's Urbano.death but left Immediately Often the overtaxed organs of digestion CC> ::P.E !5=

i i s 1 Tickets and reservations via the Clyde "None knew him but to love him, cry out for help by dyspepsia's pains, Clothing; Cleaned Dyed, Whlpps, Clays, Wonderful. Block, Unknown, Jadyflngers. t
I \t'! Steamship Line can be secured of Chan.II. None: lutuieU him but to|.MlM." nausea dizziness, headaches" liver complaints Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Trices. Concb' 'ea 800; per
Walton,'at the ADVOCATE: office, TI. l:>rDIA OI.\. bowel disorders.. Such troublescall Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dresses pock; $;.25; bushel. .

tusvllle.EJT for prompt use of Dr. King's New \ specialty. Address, Poultry Supplies, Stock Food Insecticides, Harden Tools,Fertilizers.L. .
IIA COCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures Life Pills. They are gentle, thoroughand SAM PERKINs: .
1 j Reading notice ads. on this page 1'rlckly Heat ID one application at B. guaranteed to cure. 230 at B. R. Magnolia: Avenue and Oth Street CAMERON. The Seed Store
1 ire lire cents per line per week. K. Wilson Son's drug store. Wilson Son's drug store P. O. Box 233. Sanford, Fla. 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, F -A.
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