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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: August 1, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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!34 NO. 33.! SVILLE-FLORIi5A: FRIDAY: AUGUST- 1, 1OO3. PRICE 60.




I LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO FINE STATIONERY JUST Received MIAMI'S JUBILEE WEEK. AMONG THE HOTELS

Dr. Dodson, near the Courthouse at Wilson A: Sou's, Titusville.Mr. .
-Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8.

id of General Interest. States J. D. of Or. M. W.Eatman.of St. Augustine The 1> Jubilee at Miami till
Topics -What have become of our Jensen Attorney Reggs: Whore to stop In Tltusvllle? See Tltusvlllo -
and Ankona correspondents ? lando, was in town from Wednesday. tin arrived at tho Indian River hotel, yesterday week has l boon n. complete success, and, hotel ad on our 7th page
II til yesterday : everybody Is full of praise for tho way
THE ADVOCATE CLYDE and Mallory Round Trip Ticket I' Miami entertained her guests, and those Where to stop along tho East Coast.
In advance. -Tbe Misses Aline and Daisy Brady Captain C. F. Fischer Is enjoying a See list of hotel 7.
1.50 per annum for sale, meals and berth included who were on their first visit to the Magic ou page;
'. are still sojourning at the ClarendonInn cruise on his yacht Ellso F., on tho lower
$1.00 six months
Cheap. ADVOCATE office Tltusvllle.Mr. Seabreeze.We Indian River.JKBT" City are full of admiration of her beauty; The ADVOCA1'1C Is now on file at. all
2.00 per an. to foreign countries and) proHpeilty.Prominent .
John T. Dismukes president of ) tho bout hotels In New York city
hen you subscribe for the ADVO- have had some fine rains this We cannot guarantee to publish men from all over tho State!:
1& [TE by the year it does not cost you t.lIeIt./:: .. Augustine National Dank, passet week much to' the delight of the orange Items that do not reach this oilico before were those, and extolled Miami's bounty; Visitors to Havana Cuba, will find
!
$ 30 cents per week postage; Included. 'I through Miami on hero a short, Monday visit hit way to growers on Indian River. noon on Thursdays.Mr. and enterprise, and prophesied her future Amoiloan the ADVOOATK Club.on the. every week at the

usefulness nn a commercial city now
ate date of expiration printed upon HANCOCK'S SULPHUR Eli
after
spending
LIQUID cures a
Spencer
-Mrs. .1.'r.) Bassett Mrs. S. Norton that she ts admired of deep water by the
week. This The 'larmi.lon Inn and Breakers un-
:s r paper or wrapper every all blood andakindisenses. For sale by few days In Titusvlllo loft for Miami I ,
and son will leave on Monday appropriation of *;500( ,<)HX.oOl[ ) > Congress,
for No need probably y der the management of Col. C. C. Post
receipt your money. D. Wilson &; Son, Tltusvlll-j, Fla. and Cocoanut Grove the lint of the ,
next for Tnllulah. Falls. la. to spend and a like from that generous and
! us to send receipt for subscription. week. sum are rapidly filling up with guests.
date I It to the balance of the seminar. Senator E N. Dlmtck and Messrs.A. whole-souled man who has done so nuiol
i'O' glees you. 1*. Anthony and G. Strohm, of Palm -Wo lire Informed) that the houses of for the East Coast of Florida) Mr. Henry Captain A, W. Bulo returned homo on
. na EAST COAST ADVOOATE Is on -Mr. F.V.. Wiles, one of Jensen'spineapple Monday after In
: 1tl'lp through Georgia
Bench, were amongVedneadaY'1f north- Messrs. Ender and Moore, Cocoa, were M. Fla ler.
at the following news-stands, at five growers; left, this week for bound passengers. burned down yesterday through the explosion The streets wore decorated with a profusion the Interests of tho Continental hotel at

ts per copy : England, on a visit. to relatives. Duringhis of a gaxoleno stove. I ITbere of bunt.lnirand! varl-oolorod globusfor Atlantlo Bench
R. Wilson A Son. absence Airs. Willes will remain at -lIIr, R. W Rhodes, of this place,
acksonville-Dnval hotel. Dorset, Vt.Among. who went to Miami to make preparations will be regular: mooting of the elect lie lights. full of Mr.\ Chan 1) Cano, who has beau
Every train canto In yanked excumlonists
Union for branch gentlemen's of Frlomlxhlp, Chapter No II Order of clerk at the Indian River hotel 1'ltulII -
News stand, depot opening a : ) ,
IlfXltUBVIlIOD. the visiting lawyers town furnishing store' returned to Titusville Eastern : Tuesday evening nextat and! at least ::1.0110( > visitors I vllle, for quite a while, expects to leave 10I
star /
this week were: K, C. F. Sanchez of ware there the first part of the weekMiami's I for Luke City to morrow.
notice on Tuesday 7:30: ( )>. 11\. sharp. A full attendanceis ,
Gainesville. S. Graham Miami S. accommodations wore 'pi'oily
t :fp- ; ads. are ten cents: ; ; .
'. Cockrell: Jacksonville OF WAL- requontcil.Mr. well taxed the hotels are oloHtiii Manager O. W. Klploy, ot tho Hotel
lt line'on this page. T. /Shaylor, A. Jr., OVER FIVE THOUSAND as lingo .
; E. lily Do Iunit.Prof ton's Rapid Calking; Tools now In use \ )K.; M. Ilnlman, a prominent and although tie good: peoi that thrive Slpploan, Marlon Mass., Is, now enter-
Mr. J. J. Flannery returned to town by boat owners In the United States. well-known Jeweler of Worcester, !Mans., lug town opened their humus for the ana taiulng n large; number of guests at his

j Monday. and Mrs. P. P. Ensmluger of Price $4.00)( and ijts.OO each, at the AD- sent some wry tine photos of his rosl teimlumont of the guests. The utorei noted Mummer honrolry. In conversation

Filter tubes are now for sale at Rollins Collo (e, Winter Park, were" They VOCATK office, Tltusvllle (Kla. denco and business place to Mr Win II, were crowded i and the business men hit< with mu Al>vooAi'K roprosautatlvo( a
callers this oflioo : [ ,
ant at Monday. McFurland and the editor at tho : satisfactory week. Few days, / ), In Boston Mr. Rlploy: saidMr.
pink
s office, price 25cts; postage extra. were' on a tour of tho East Coast and! -Mr. John Elnig;, a member of the this weekA very' m'ed Into with !groai t'hesportseroant MtetMou Intended making more \Ini- .

-Mr. Wade II. Jones returned home expected to visit all the principal towns firm of /S. B. Hubbard A Co., Jacksonville paper teal\ luiilTltiidvllloaoquUteil liornelf with a at the College Arms Do-

[Monday after a visit to Jacksonville as far south as :Miami On their return who had been on a hip to Miami, largo; crowd ot our townsptiople liouor. In tlio Tournament, the Titiivllle *- und, among; them being a 00 aero golf

; Augustine and Seabreeze. they will pay Titusville u moro extended stopped over hero' from Wednesday! un visited Miami this week, having gone to 11 boys brought homo $ 02.MI out of M jrouml.

I visit. Thursday, en route home. Mr. Elnlg/ the Magic City to take part In the big Tho first
total *IO.VOOof: prize I
Robt. W. Davis who money. Mr. L W. Maxson who connected
Congressman .
was
Formerly lived at Lull ranee,, where he celebration. The ADVOCATR was represented -
I been on a short visit to Miami, pass- -On Tuesday' evening there was a call- owned an : by Mr. Harry WIlHon, who spent prize was won by Mr Chap. Unban ho with the oilico force of Hotel Royal>0In.
orange( grove.
\k through: here, Tuesday, on his return ed meeting of Friendship Chapter No. from Sunday until\Vednll"d'IY' in Miami.\ liavlng tied with .Mihta cluna, Pnliu Beach Fla., but who I Is now
:$o Goodall. 11, when business matters lii connection -Mr. and Mrs. F. T, Budge, of Miami Osbun/ on 12; rings; the latter gutting the I ho l manager of the Kent and Waldmere

: with the Chapter wore discussed. The after spending a ooupl eof weeks or so -Rov. J. T. HuntlngtoaDr, Harwood IIocon.I1 prize' while Mr. Chas. Singleton hotels, Lakewood, N. Y, has spared no
.CALL
AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic financial: condition of this Chapter of north returned to Titusville on Tuesday Huntington/ and Miss Huntlngtou, of /got the tthird, on 11 rings, and Mr. D. B. expense this season to add to the comfort

1 Gallorl' Tltusvllle, and see the Order of Eastern Star Is excellent, where they left their children In llartfoid, Ct, who are known to many 1'rltnhard the fourth' on I 10 rings. The of hi* guest The hotels have Keen

ibis Photographs Picture and the members have cause for rejolo' charge of Captain and tire Jas. Pritcu- in this section of Indian River, are now fifth prize was lied on by !.Ir. L. C. Bran thoroughly overhauled and new addlt-

I Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. Ing. Several more young ladies will soon ird, Mis. Dud o's parents. Mr Budgeleft enjoying: rest at their summer cottageat nlng Tltusvllle 1u, and Mr. Colin, of Miami lone built. One of the principal attractions

VI way s something new. he Initiated\ and the event is to bo fol- here for Miami on Wednesday.Mrs. Newport, R. I. The above party expect which wax divided. at Lakowood this Reason Is the excellent .

-Mr. F O. Williams a former F.E. lowed by a supper Geo. Marx wife of one of the to visit their orange grove, a few In tho one-fourth mile bicycle dash golf course, situated at the western

itlt: Ry. Co. agent at this place but now GET ONE OK\ WALTON'S IJAPID prominent and well-known merchants of miles north of '1'11 uRvl1le, the coming/ ho following entries were made: W. E. extremity of Waldmere 1'nikja' ; beauIftil .

. 'Jacksonville, was in town from Tuesday winter VanlandluKluiin Tltnsvlllo;; S. W. Perclns stretch of to the
Calking 'fools if you want to Calk Jacksonville, has been at Miami since green extending:
Sanford and\ I 10. W. Brooks, Miami.Vaniandlnghivin .
until Wednesday when he left for ; lake
your Boat with lightning rapidity. It Sunday, visiting her sister Mrs J. Moyer. -Betwe n fifty and seventy-flvo poopllwent easily lOll,and at BudgeI front.
JfOrt Pierce. He is on a vacation. time and and for itself Mrs. Marx accompanied by her from Titusville Miami Sunday
saves money, pays was to on corner looked back smiled" at Brook, uml The Seaside Inn, Seabreeze, under the
-Mrs. J. A. Mitchell and daughters: in a few weeks. In use by promInent bright little I son, Earl Both of .thorn' and Monday among them being slowed thinking ho had reached the nanagoment of Messra. J. II. Johnson A

Misses Ruth and Lucille who had bo-tt-hiilldern! In the U. 8.:: Read will return to Jocksonvllle todJo'I'I: Messrs.\ 1) Ii). Prltchard, I.. C. Brannlng.li. line, but up- there wan a misunderstanding, Sons, owners of the Grand Atlantlo hoel -

r fin on a delightful visit of a week or testimonials I from boat-builders. Price, day. E. Minis, |Ir. (:'haila) Klnirletou, Mid is to the loontltm of the finish line and 1 Daytona, I Is said to be entertaining

i v with friends! at Jupiter, were pass- $4. and $8,00 each, at the ADVOCATU!: -Miss Ada A. Halley, a charming: and ()lmn, rinip: Ottbun. W E. Vitnlandlug- fhookenutd n
is Jturs on Satuula-v's northbound train, office, TUusvillo, Fla. popular young lady from Palalka" In one ham, licit Johnson.and Sum Vuulaiulnichani decision, however< was given to Vanincllnj4liiun are miicli 1'141101011Ith thl oozy hotel.

441 4 route to their home In Jacksonville -Dr. W. S. Graham, of :Miami was a of tho champions of fishing/ the Seaside all of whom took part In the : an lI It was evident lie would Id r. Johnson Inforrnn UN that ho still hast

State Senator Focht of Union ooun- /guest of :Mr. and Mr... loo. M. Robbing, Inn, Goodall, for she has been making sports. liivp>> easily won had there boon HO mistake few vacant room, sad will be glad 1 to

Pa., informs one of our Philadelphia of thin place from Tuesday) until yester good catches of various kinds of fish -Mr. II. II. Carpenter; returned yesterday In the Mulshing line lu the flvemlltf hear from those who are about to pay

,!'epders that /Senator M. S.: Quay is try- day, when he Joined his wife and family off the pier during the past week or !so! bon .Miami, whuio ho has been visIting race the Maine entries were made, with theaensidoItvisit, whore the fishing and

o 1tIg to obtain /Senator Pen rOil II'S seat for at Titusville, on their way to Pbiladol to the envy of many other young ladiesat his mother and sister, whom he the addition of Gus Lanitlter, of Mliiinl., bathing are now In their prime 'bpoclal

!1tis son, Mr. Richard K. Quay, who is phla for the balance, of the summer Dr. the seaside lion" not semi In eighteen years Mr. This. race was won by lirookH, with Vnnandlnghnin ntes for the liiilnncii of the Nuanoii have

'own to many residents ol Indian Rlv- Graham and son, Kobbin, will go to Carpenter has. determined to loin Ms, second Hiiil Lasulter thlid.Mauy been male by Air. Johnson via, f7.N()
-:Mrs. Cutler, of Boston and :Miss
e4 Success to you'l)>ick. Arizona. for a while, and :Master John' of jIwOI'e; 'umlly there at once, so will\ Hull out his other features worn well worthy to) $1000 per wt'cok. and famlllo and

Graham will study law In the law office DeBogory, Shreveport, passengers business here which, by tho way, Is a .>f an extended) nolloe.bulaok, of apace parties will bo liberally traatuil. The

Mr. R. R. McCormick of Cocoanut of Graham & Patterson, Miami. on Monday's southbound train. little mint, and will leave for there, accompanied f"l bill. It in this Issue.MURDERED imliio! nod Pier, owned by Mr. Thos. 11.KIIItlnlot' .
writes he has returned to Hotel The former was /going to Miami to loin of I'
rove, his Air. Collins. atkll. ate as popular "as
by partner ----
ttshflng -Governor V. P. Fleming and Mr. tier husband who had been In that go-
.Clarendon, Quebeo.,Canada, after a ever, and are well patronized by visitor
trip of a month In Newfoundland, John C. Cooper, prominent and well- ahead town for 'several wfceks; and the -Mr. T. E. Ramsey relinquished\ his IN TITUSVILLE. to the "1I111II
'Where he went after salmon. lie found known attorneys of Jacksonville, were In ittter was going/ to CocounuJ Grove to position In Mr. R. W. Rhodes' clothing

plenty snow and Ice In that country to town from! Friday Slturdayttenl visit her parentsMasters store, Tltusvlllo, today, and hit place Is On of the most brutal murders in the

keep himself cool. Mr. W. F. J. Mo- ing to Rome law cases before Judge M. Rufus and Richard Robbins, filled by Mr. II. C. Robinson of Orlando history of this pluoo was. committed on THE LOOKOUT INN.

Cormick has gone on a fishing trip to S.: Jones. Both those gentlemen gave of this place, have been presented with Mr. Ramsey has maJe many friends Sunday morning between 1 o'clock and -
[Maine, on the upper Labrador coast. this office a pleasant call, and were much while he ban boon hero, and we wish him
a nice, gentle pony by their father, Mr daylight the victim being Adah Lane This rixMttnt HoiiM lit I.ku..t Mouutsln.
iMr. and Mrs. McCormick will be at the pleased! with the Walton Patent Self- every success In his new field! of labor In .
Robblns. The Is known about old
Geo.[ M. woman forty : .'
pony yeah
negro Tinn.. () >*iinil duty Jr.l.
for while. Pulley Ulock, which they closely Alabama. Mr. Robinson to Tltusvllle |
hotel Clarendon Quebec, a Locking by the name of Dandy and It arrived come who, although a harmless sort of person '
examined and pronounced an ex- with excellent recommendations. On Wednesdaylily/ :23nl/ the Look.
Among the students enrolled for the from Imllauola on Tuesday and was showed signs of being partly demented
.dl-lng; year at Rollins College, Winter cellent Invention, In which they thought bought of Phillip Hchuyler.:! Rufus and -The case of Sanchez v.*. Dallnm, Involving and was usually a more or less. state out Inn wall opened. for KUOMIS with Mr
there was a pile of if. H. Gibson formerly Manageragaln In
Spark, is Miss Grace Reid, of TltusvlllefPhis money. Richard are quite proud of Dandy. IfIf(Jf) acres of laud In IJrevard of Intoxication. ,
char The Inn U controlled
college is an Institution of the highI't -!Mr. Fisher Ames, a former residentof -Our northern representative writes county has been up for argument for Several families living near the place now cltzons by
several! Influential
' grade, and Is an old reliable school Titusville for a while, who now occupies us from Boston that last week he had argument several days this week before heard screams during the night/ but paid and very! will be Chattanooga tho -
g'' exalted! the editorial M. Jones In Chambers TI- attention to them as they often heard kept open year
i was founded in 1885, and has a special nn position on one of the most delightful drives In along Judge s. at no oiind. Lookout Mountain has always
:arter from the State. Miss /Susie Glad- italT of that world-widoread Journal, while, over the above-named city tusvlllo. The complainants were represented Hilstorous and! quarrelsome language In been and with the

[ n received her appointment in the the Youth's.Companion, Boston, recently ID an automobile owned and driven by by Col. Sanchez, H. T./lIII/I"r. he middle of the night from that direction a stationed popular ut resort Chickamauga, Park
entertained of friends Including 1 D. L. Gaulden and rf. F. :/ but when she did not tobe troupe ,
lIIpplnes as a graduate of Kollins Col- a party Mr. A. '1'. Harris. who Is known to manyIn Finley;; appear this season' success of the Inn Is assur-
e. It Is reported that Miss, Daisy an ADVOCATE representative an Titusville. The auto is. a Duryea; Its defendants by Ueo. M. hobbles and C. moving an usual tho next morning ed. The of the Inn

illlaras of Titusville will also be a stunt excellent lunch at the Tuorndyke) hotel, one of the finest hill-climbers made King Judge Jonas took the case under their suspicions were aroused And Capt. romlM that present the management stan.lard of the hotel

at the above named college the corn- Boston. The lunch wa... appropriate, as and few can surpass it In speed. Klvlncment A great deal of Interest tlce, from whom she rented the housn will> be maintained.* For rate eto
very ,
, Mr. Ames is a noted angler, and many a has been manifested this case.Ml In which she lived, Will notified, and ,
the
g year.A During the drive! we utopppd 'at write to M. 8. Gibson, Manager, Lookout
tine fUh has he hauled in when cruising together; with Captain English they went
few days ago, in Boston, one of Pureoxla Distilled Water Co:s factory and found inn Lookout Mountain, Term.
Indian River on board the tine yacht to her house to Investigate,
ie ADVOCATE staff had the plensura of on which is quite a large concern distilling *. Quay to Chrll.n Hie .'.nn.'h.nlM.. The bust .way to reach, the Inn I I..* via
Awlxa, in company with Mr. Arthur T. her lying on u cot dead I In the front room.
Mr. about 10,000 gallons a day, and employng he Western A Atlantlo Railroad from
eeting/ a very pleasant gentleman, marks the In
Harris, of Brookllne. Well, this seas a 'rom the on throat was
R. Reynolds, owner and manager of fixlt lunch In Boston and not on Indian a great many men. This companynot One of our Philadelphia correspondents evident she hud choked to death, as AtlantA to Chattanooga Street oar for
Mills Mass who only distills water, but makes and) he Mountain run Just In front of the I
e Norfolk Paper River and owing to the elaborate styleIt writes us that the Department here was no other bruises noticeable except
;
id he had seen and read the Florida bottles all kinds of delicious and exhilarating Washington I). C. has been notified Union Passenger depot of the Western
was gotten up, we were under the Impression at 11 slight bruise back of the right ear
nk paper, and It had made him very that Mr. Ames was celebratinghis temperance drinks, for which they by Mr. Edwin: H. Cramp, the shlp-bulld- and one of her front teach broken loose. and Atlantic railroad at Chattanooga.;
estrous of spending his winters on the have a great demand; and another Im Miss Susan of Cheap roullcl't.rlp rater for the lummer
birthday.! An Immense and most delicious er, that Quay, daughter Outside the front door there in c mnlder
iast Coast-the land of the orange and denizen of the deep peculiarly portant factor in connection with the IUro'Matt. S. Quay, has accepted the Invitation able evidence of a struggle, and It Is ate In effect from all point*In the Honth-
Mr. father was a manufacture of these drinks Is that theyare east to Lookout Mountain. The final
neapple. Reynolds' to christen the new armored considered that the woman
named "Physkerfanentl, was brought generally
ricer president of tbe Mexican Central In between two stalwart waiters, upon a perfectly germ-proof.; This is the only cruiser Pennsylvania, which will soon be was killed outside, them curried Inside limit of return portions of round trip
and) a plantation of COO company In New England: that makesall Philadelphia.. .. tickets to Lookout :Mountain are good
ilway. owns large wooden platter, representing Admiral ar.nchod ut Miss and I laid on the cot.l .
,
Its goods with distilled water; and It several\ until October :'lint\ next.CHURCH .
) in Senora Mexico. Mr. Key-
acres Dewey's flagship Olympia the who resides on Indian River Hr.l B. R. Wilson, ex-olflclo Coroner,
and sells of the
o Ids wished to have his name added to garnishment surrounding it, representing also. manufactures stills be obtained one the months every winter Is. known by the and Hlierlll Brown were at once notified, -
finest to
e ever-increasing subscription list of the turrets bristling with an imitation of water 'editor.of the A itvoOATKand many others and a Jury connlstlng\ Julius Kline, E.M. :.

be ADVOCATE, as he intends' visiting allfie the( noted) guns that told the tale in Manila United States.! Those requiring/ water along the Mast: Coast and we wish her :I. Knox, C. Case, II. J Shirley, R. L. NOTICES.
the
should write above
-
resorts of the East Coast as far south ; and at either end proudly floated stills, etc., com.I much success In the coming/ event. Mellow und W.. H. Norwood<< was summoned -

Miami, with a party of friends, next the> stars and) stripes. After doing justIce I any fan-in, as who they Is are well perfectly known to reliable.along Mr. to Investigate tlio; matter. After H rvli-eii at Iho Method I church Tlimvllle -

rjter, to- enjoy the out-door sports, to this delicious product from Nep- the East;, Count of Florida is many one of the Cypress r. viewing the remains and surroundings on Sunday next at 11 a.in.. anti
,
..ch as hunting, fishing, yachting, golf, tune's farm-yard, and the usual pleasant and sharo- and weighing all the evidence that could 1:4.1: p. m.Archdeacon. I
14wn tennis, etc., of which he l Is very formalities appertaining' to a stag party principal managers' a large he obtained, tbe Jury returned a verdict .

.'tnd. having been gone through, each'wended bolder In the above concern. We have a few hundred thousand Cypress hat the deceased( came to her death by 11. F. Brown will hold Divine >

BOX. PAPER-Prices ten to fifty cents: bill way to his respective office in dear PUKE: SODA TEIt.-Try our "Pine. Lath, suitable for pineapple. sheds, translation at the hand of a person, service on Sunday next, Aug. :3rd,

Tablets, 1 5 to 20 cents. Call and Inspect old Boston, to attend to the usual routine apple." :Made from fresh fruit. H. R. t.> after Order early as there are veryew or persons unknown to the Jury. III St. Andrew church, Fort Pierce, at
0(0;( and 7M
: a. 10 : m.
lath the market. p.
Wilson A Son1'Itueville.Gardner'x on
our line. Wilson A; Son, Titusville. justness of the day.Iuiployntent. ; M
T TJIK: EAST CO..T LI/MUICH( : lIorlC" For Hale Rev. Vanlfonfe will bold lervtcea In
Art! $vt'i'f.r (::0.,
tockledge chapel next Monday at II a.
mpty Sugar and nice Itnrrels. Wantcd.WantedEmployment Flyer Jt Kau: Gallic Fla. -
Large fi-year/ ; old horse for sale, good m.; else! In the Titusville Pres'brterlan

For sale. Address by a young 40c. Galvanized) water buckets 3:20.: worker Hue driver; gentle. church at 7:31t: I'. m. The Tltusvllle un.day .

WALTER, A. MOORR, min (farmer). Address: $1.00 Croquet .sets, four halls, Mo.Me. : 'VII un., for Hale.I W. R. HAHUKK, School will" meet at :( .::10 p. m.

8 George St., Charleston, S.: C. G. A. DASHER: Bleached sheets, 1.10 xl730.! tI Jensen, Fla. -------

Eden, Flo. UI!*o. Bathing suit llannel. .!)|e. now have: on hand a large stock of 2- Arc You Gong( North/

Silence table cloth (under) .4.io.: Inch tirsand it-Inch: I one-horse wagons laud I'or Hulc.
I>o Not Fall to Itegflster.: Iron beds. l- a6-U $:i 82 bat can be delivered at once. "udo County
Wanted-A Name. If can buy.a first-clan
you are, you ,
C. A. GAni>XE8, Tltusvllle, Fla. R. Y.. blurs, J Ie.,
, Tltusviile Fla. For sale, cheap the northeast quarter ound-trlp ticket over the ('Id" or Mallory -
The 'County Registration Books will of southeast quarter of suction 3, township lines. clump by writing, or calling
the bout
: for
; name
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will $
i open' at the Courthouse, Tltusvllle We. give soda suggested Poultry Wire Netting.We 3ij. south of range. ,II cast; close to lit the ADVOCATE onioe'rilueville.
1 kree in the week as follows On for our "palmetto. a water
!
days Launch for Halt I's
Palmetto Phosphates 0, K. Woo< pineapple plantation on
containing
tondays and Saturdays, from reparation
Tuesdays SHORT. are selling the genuine Clinton'oultry St Lucle River; 10 acre.*. (J
Something
and and Pepsin. .hleUllllo rower
12 o'clock
|o'clock a. m. to noon;
fom 3 o'clock m. Do not try to combine tbe name of the Wire Netting, -Inch mesh, at avery The feat and reliable naptha launch, Also, the northeast quarter of northeast -
:it to
p. m. p. Monday three, Ingredients. Palmetto U the principal low price, just to advertise our. '"Rambler23: feet over all, Iii feet beam; quarter of section 18. township 38,
will be
The books opened on
, The contest will close elves. Write us for prices. I nearly new aJllln IIrllt-cl_ condition. south of range 41 cant; on south fork of Wo can supply you with Pineapple
will close :sat ingredient
:igust 4th, l'J02, and on : Lucle River 10 acres. Apply toHA Vrapplng Paper In any quantity. Write
IO.h.IMrel TilE EAST COAST LL-MBBU! Price, If sold noon, WO.OO.+ at. ;
Nay, the 11th of October, 1LT. on August B. R. Wn. ox A; Sox.Titusville AND SCPPI.T Co., E. T. CoNRAD A: Co., <; .. II. WAI.TOX! UII for prices O. )!;. C'oof,
J. COCKSHCTT, Tltusvllle >Kla' tf Jeo.u, Fla.)
Registration Officer.. Fla. 3t Fan Gullie, Fla. I Ll Daytona, Kla. ,

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bey were taken with cramp and too FOR ORDINARY FARMERS. RAISING TURKEYS. GENERAL DIRECTORY.
bird the motors at tbe prow and stern
j: : f 6 I might be of some assistance to diem.
i AILlN began to revolve and tbe craft beaded Under-
potmex5iMi1 1 made all the effort possible to road The Claim That It Oovitn't Par Thee w A Few Point. That Mn Be U. B. JLANO OFFICE.

thern. but in an Instant botb had dis toward Isey..It was a triumph, for the to I'n.. n Lot V.'lth lien food to Insure Suc-c.... H.8. (flinbb... ................. .... ....ROIeI'fer
i' ci p aeronaut.. Young turkeys are'cI'y tender and W. U. Robinson,.... .. .... ,
Nt of blood :
Otl [nr appeared. The telltale streak The airship had reached a height of The ordmry: farmer who reads tbe Offices at Gainesville i i ,Florida..nt. n w
tbat commingled with the clear'watenear elaborate Directions for the care and need to be carefully and Intelligently
1,500\ feet when the watchers noticed U. S. SENATORS.
tl the spot where our poor comrade. something wrong. Severo and hIs assistant feeding of poultryrblcli often appear treated or the mortality among them J. Tdllaferro,. ..J""hoJ1'lie, ),

< SINESS.Iii : had gone down were seen by the 101.dlers seemed to be excited and tryingto In print may be excused If be shows will be great While u turkey hen will 8.1Cl\IaUory.. .... 1'1511-',,|

watching us from the beach andone do something that those below could symptoms of disgust. sometimes secrete her nest and bring U 8. CONGRESSMEN.
j who knew something of the modeof For be Is u busy his wife Is a Robert W. Davis .
[ q tf nca not understand. man off a fine flock of little ones the cbancri -.Aelku\
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1 s". fl Qdx1a 11i ALAS'e attack of these creature shouted: Then suddenly a line of flame seem- busy ,,womah and help indoors and out are that if left to herself and permittedto B. M. Bparliroan\ ,. .. 1'1'' ,'|'

"Sharks! Sharks! I needed no fur i Is busy too. He \bus no time for all this the fields ujifettered she will! FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

.' F tber warning to make me turn and ed to burst from beneath the great gas "fUHH and fputlict'H." roam have but small number. Especially E.N, nhnlck.l'alm Beach, ..... ,. .. 8en.it,(,,r.
a
J bag. soon K,Kaulerson, fort 1'ierce.. Kepresuntut ,
l :! .xr., swim for the short for dear life. In a moment the entire sblp was enveloped Nor will so much of it pay him. He is this true of the first batching i>
,
,, But I had hardly changed my course cannot afford' to spend HO much time when the weather EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

I Qwavv10MA4 ONtA.i when. looking down Into the transparent upward In from Ha men.underneath They seemed and wrap to leap the and money to the neglect of other Important Is Later warmer In the the season result will son-ctlmes 'H.m.S Clay.Jennings Crawford ........ "', .Seoretarvol. .... .. .Gown stat 1 It, .

.. depths where 1 wan I sow only a 11IUI'In: \ caring for his poul satisfactory, but as a rule it l Is James. WhHlleld.. ..'I'rea.1Ie''
,1 i OT few feet from me one of the ugly fellows fuel bag. try. The returns do not and will not prove best to confine the poults for a week or Wilt II Lamar,.\. ... "Attorimy-Cun,, ,
Then came an explosion. The reportwas W. N. Nheals.Supt.Public In.trlle'fI't| ,
ten or twelve feet In length, with justify it on the ordinary well conducted at least. B. E. 1ecLfn.Commiselouer4grlmdtun> ",
like the roar of a. cannon. The so 10nlOo ...... .. .. .. ,
A e. Croom
his smooth brown back and white farm. 'tr"Mti!
; ) ) C.YNINAitlt great bug disappeared. as If by magic.A To do this make a tight pen of boardsa J.Clifford K. Fouler.... .. ...AijuCootI'
T glistening belly, his small evil fixed This will provoke dissenting opinions .. ....
fxX:9haiAnu: titritAwful eye black cloud of smoke floated off on foot high In a dry location where John Bradford.. .. .. .. Survejur-Gein ml
+ ....-..- on me. I bad no doubt been selected the air. from many but It Is a fact. But it Is there is sand or dirt for them to pick R.13.lw.e offices.at Tallahassee, Florida.. State Chi,"01"!
1 r an his next victim. The creaturewas equally a fact that attention to tbe
confined
I From this cloud shot a mass of tangled at. Tbe old turkey need not be ,
slowly turning over then back cordage and machinery. A whir chickens will pay. for she will not leave >fcer young. In SUPREME COURT JUDGES. .
his side again How the most from the flock" lIf.II. ,Tn, ,1 ,
again then over on as to get one corner of the Inclosure make some F.B.Carter. .... ....... ... ....Au'lnte.JII.' ,, .P.
,I Soldier..0>!> be moved along after me preparing for with tbe least labor is the problem for provision for shelter where the mother B.1>'. Taylor............. ....... ..

.. ) I"zxtc of his fatal bite. Sharks tho "man eat tbe farmer. may retire with her brood. The poults RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

) er" species do not swallow whole tbelr One way 1 111 to save! Ijibor( by spendinga are the silliest creatures imaginable. H.E. Day cbalrman;:".... ....... ...Oalno\ ,iMo
: !Eaten bySharks rimtriersI human! prey as same( people suppose little tlraeln making things convenient They will\ seek out the tiniest crevice .f. L. Morgan,.IHUI p?,
but first dart for their catching for the laborer. J. M.Hryan.KlHsiinitiu
I I victims and escape wandering'away farther John L. Neolov,jr., clerk...., .... .. .An.,.1\\,
t: I'' Ship thwtn generally; tIt the thigh biting { Fix the home HO that it is dry and aswln'w and farther from the nest until chilled Headquarters' and otllces at Tallahassee, F'.I'
\ 1. 1 If must !be
as possible. poultry
Island ? w CIRCUIT COURT.
open the artery with their vicious teeth and exhausted.
j't and afterward when the victim bobled ( confined put enough hens in It, not too Tbe most common cause of failure Minor 8.Jones,Tltnsrille.........Circuit.1",.!.<'.
t A recent discussion In regard to i1 i\ mall}'. J. ]>. MuiTK". Orlnniln,.Proaerutlnir Attorn,
to death, gorge their cruel appe- In growing turkeys lies In not properly Sprinir:Term-Fourth Monday In April
j : barks reminded a veteran of the civil! 1 y T Hare the roosts so arranged that feeding during tbe first week. The 1,all lerm-Fourth Monday in November

I .:1 :i'i'i war'of/( the subjoined experience with tite.The soldier.who tad given the warn they will not become foul from drop- very !best food. for the little things is BREVARD COUNTY COURT.
i Make them that be
pings. so they can
i i ;or I man eaters, In which be was nearly a Ing cry now shouted out to me to splash' sour milk cheese. Scald and drain A.D.l'ennoy........County'. IK*
1N I removed easily or HO that they can be .. .. .
James 1!:. Andrews Prosecuting Atu.rnen..
thick milk for clieene.!
1 I', (victim of their voracity. the water about Die as hard as I could) painted frequently with lice killers the as cottage A. A. Stewart. County: < lurl,
i When our regiment of a thousand as t swam on so as to distract the vision with little trouble. This fed quite dry, agreeswith the Spring Term-Suconil Monday In May
r $nmmer'rerun-Second Monday.! In .
of the shark much possible. turkeys perfectly. Boiled eggs Augmt
as as
( men left Camp Lyon, in West Hartford Provide a plane for the feed. It Is young Fall Term-Heoond Monday in NoveinbeiWinter !
1. 1'1' for Louisiana to help Genera This maneuver saved me, but not without l\ nbt .iieci'swary for the ordinary farmerto are also good but; quite expensive I Term-Second Monday !Ju Feurnnr
a wound. The fellow struck at fed very long especially when tlio- old
Butler to take :New Orleans we didn'texpect cook flinches every morning or warm COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
: sharks: to be our first living antagonlsts. me and, through the vigorous splashIng corn e'l'ry.C'nlng for his chickens ben persists in gobbling down more I H. E. Mlms Superintendent.......Ilonaveni.t
miscalculated his aim biting one of the feed than the little ones. A Member J. M. Dfvon, rnalrnuui.Tlttmx 111It. ...
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,: Just give thorn enough of some kind of N. Andrew., Cocoa; C. 1'. FlatM, Kurt rierrr,
of below the knee I turkey mother is the only one among
''I : There was the usual rQugh weather Imy legs Just! grain wheat COI'la'or oats changing
1' screamed having doubt that It was the animal creation which seems! to COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.!
: I no
of
the und
of
Benson, none us was lorry; occasionally and let it go at tbat.
when Ship where all over with me, but before the shark' have no respect for the wants for her .T.R.Walker, chairman Tltusvllle; John it
we Island
i sighted ) we Waste* vegetables are all right. Green .
f Mlot Indlanola It. A. Conkllnic, Tlllnmn, J/i! ,
could turn again a big tall Maine soldier She will cat everything within :
young.
; I : bad been'told we were to laud. Ship bone is good to Increase egg production. (Joiien, WoodleytJ.( Frank Kelt, White Clt)
i't'\' Island as everybody knows is twenty had caught me and, being able at No poultry farmer should be without reach even driving them away or RejrularseBtilonsare held first Monday in each
the distance I then from the seizing a mouthful and running montb.
I was away
; 1. miles from the coast of Mississippi the them; even the average farmer may'find
nearest bench to touch bottom he gave me x with it to where she can eat it undis BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.
mainland In sound
Mississippi them profitable. If he can't have
such nu Impetus toward the shore thai turbed. Well baked) corn bread crum. A. D. Penney TltiifivlUe:. ...... ..County Jinlgt t '
I shall never forget how the desolate them he con worry along without Jas.E. Andrews. Tltunvllle). . ...1'ros At1', ,
': stretch of land appeared to us when we with hiking long strides with him onward them. bled and fed dry Is good food. for little A. A. Stewart 'ritusuillor j .County Clurl,

( first came In sight of It after our rough, through/ the water we were soon If the chickens are nil kept around turkeys. Whatever Is given must be .T.E.: F.W,Wooteneoooll.Tax hall' Tltiisvlllu..: Tax: Collects AapeNitm: .

i :J. stormy passage. It. looked like a long, out of the man enter's way. the barn keep l something handy for quite dry. Sloppy food almost' Invari- K. II. Hove: TituHvllle.Treasure,
'I Had we been obliged to swim the ably causes bowel trouble. Wheat K. ];. Minis, Mo'naventure.... Snpt. IMib. lint
M Uil t0.!! eSi Jim? lire Usually com.tort.Lle ,J. (I. Frlns, Tlnavllle.CountySnrvayo,
I. whole distance there would have beenno i, cps-lor chickens and If screenings are excellent and as soon .J. I'. Hrown Tltn .. HlnrlltT. !

., I I help for my comrade or myself, for fed enough; they wilt respond. The as tbe poults arc old enough to eat .J, Covkaluitt, LuCi range.Registration(! OllieeiTITUSVILLK ,

i r.. our comrades on the 'edge, shouting tt)<3 all other food may be' dlscontinPied. TOWN COUNCIL.
Is that to
trouble
I they are expected ......
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words of cheer and encouragement fln H and. Q)1I ctor'Y.8.. clerk im'trnaMirert
tax
could three sharks Hrannliiir
see or fqur more theycan't """ """" When the young poults are a weekor
and do It.
; John Henry tax "" 08IMr1 John H
coming tor here the fillet of their tel. Never mind about cleaning out the two old it is quite common for Walker F. .Morgan, O F.Duron, S. O. Van.landingitam .
lows. The long stretch of sloping them to begin to droop The wing and J. L. Oarrnthers, coiiiiuiliiiun,
J house : It clean
every day. Keep as ns The council meets ttrnt Tuesday in each month
I Ii l kjncli 1, at that place' was all that saved THE BALLOON-EXPLODED IN MI Alll. possible, but no need. to worry aboutIt feathers are seen to hang down the TITUSVILLK BOARD OF TRADE.

i I. i: I us. ". ... every day.Itemomber. eyes are closed, and a general dumpish
Of course the two merry, brave boys could be beard ol It came down so condition exists. The turkey chirps GM.RothinsPresident; .T. M. Plxon treat
that poultry manure nrer J. U. Itant. secretary. Meets second w'ed lnesday
who bud so suddenly disappeared never great was the velocity. ranks high as a fertilizer. Try it once mournfully and. is evidently sick. If night In each month at their rooms.

11t: t tI rose again and I was delegated to Clear of the wreckage and swift as and see. A little time spent in savingIt neglected death is sure to follow. An FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.

af9 --- perform the sad duty of writing home a stone from a catapult Severo dashed examination will reveal the presenceof
will be richly rewarded. Realization Indian River Lode| No. BO, holds Its meeting
I = to their friend the pitiful story of downward. The spectators averted. of the value of poultry manure lice. Look for these on the bend tbe second and fourth Friday evening of each/
d ( -r :"- their deaths. had received their heads In horror. the and at the root of the month at their lodge room near court IIOUHO
.My leg only around vent
1 will usually keep the houses clean at 7.30, o'clock p. in. J. R. Walker, W. M.
'IPI d flesh wound: but, ns It did not heal The aeronaut struck on his feet on enough on the average farm. wing quills.) The last named place la F.A. Morgan,Seo'y.'

I readily,. I was obliged to respond' to the stone pavement of Avenue Maine. No use to feed .so many bens or any a favorite haunt of tbe insects. Pure ORDER OF EASTERN: STAR.

the "Burgeons'\ call" for some time afterward So terrible wits his velocity that the cockerels. If they lay well a moderate lard may be applied but never use Friendship Chapter,No. 11, holds Its meetlnin

and I carry the sour still as n hones' of his legs were driven throughthe number will give enough eggs. If sulphur kerosene or other powerful In the Masonlo Lode room/Tltimvllle, on tileflrat'luuiflay
..
In
month a..aau o'clock
: rte
I trophy of that adventure. soles of bin" shoes lie was literally agent. Insect powder is safe and sure. p.
"III they don't more will not help much and the third Tuesday: In each month at tiMo'clock
i Tliut evening at dress parade an or- dashed", to pleees and died Instantly. and the smaller tbe number kept together Sprinkle each turkey well with it every p.. m. The following: are the officers<< of

/II 1 der from Brigadier General Phelps, The engineer's body fell a short dlsttuiee the bettor they will do. week or so all summer. To do l 1)r.) ,

/ commanding/ Will read to the whole nwny, It was blackened and Reasonable cure and abundant feed this cull them up to you with some Wilson, asuorl-ite matron; Mr. F. A. Morgan,
I'' charred! the flu and bone treajnrt'r" ; Mrs. K. C. Scrim freour, secretary,
brigade forbidding any mores swimming by men every will usually bring tbe desired result ineggs. food. They will /gather around fearlesnly. VI Ins Rate Stewart, coniluotieiisj. Mrs John,

parties while we remained on the wits droUen by the fall. Don't think because you can't Then stoop without disturbing HtiKheM. asHoolate oon'UictreHs. Mrs. O. W 8",.-
/ !hi.! Allah ; Mrs.J. 1C. Wa'ker. oath; Mrs. F. A,
Isla 11I1. Senor Severn was about forty years can't for it them and sprinkle it thickly over them
have fancy poultry or care Morgan, Kstbur; Mrs. J. L Carrutlifrs, Martha;
old. Like Santos,-Dnntont. he was a according to the fancier's standard you as they eat: Mr. 'r.or.. Wetiiore 1I1a1'llb..11!; Miss Zandie

Balloonists DashedTo Itruzlllnn., He was prominent In poll- must be without eccs. Do somethingfor Lire\ sloppy food and dampness are Stewart Klocta.

; I Ifi ties In Brazil being a deputy and president the bens: they will return tbe favor. the principal I causes of death In young

Terrible DeathIn of the parliament" b'idget cpm .-National, Stockman and Farmer. turkeys. Turkey hens ore not apt to TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.
j jI. In Ittf'P. lie studied aerial navigationor be so lousy as common hens. When

I.H t the presence' of his\ wife and children twenty years Cured hatched by: the latter, constant watehfulnetm The following( are the times of arrival
+ Paralysill.V. Is to keep them free.
s and hundreds of spectators Senor necessary and departure of passenger trains to and
Atigusto Severo rival of Suntoe-Du- Not Over-Win S. Bally P. O. True'Texas, writes: from Insects especially If allowed to from TItusville:

? moot met a honjble death In Paris a There Is an allegorical picture of girl "My wife had been suffering; five years remain in the henhouse. Be sure the SOUTHHODND.
soared at a grass-hopper, burin the act of with paralysis In her arm, when I was ben Is freed from I lice before the eggs Leaves Tltnsvllle for Miami and I .
I : few days ago through the explosion of persuaded to Ballard's Snow LInIment i I 1:21: ". ?'
heedlessly treading on a snake. This Is use are hatched and give her a good sprinkling Intermediate points at
his airship III niltlnlr. paralleled by the man who spends a large which cured her all right.; I have from underneath when taken SOUTH HOITMD.
In ii lit Id put Ion of a successful experlment mm of money building a cyclone i cellar also used It for old sores, frost bites, and Leave Tltusvllle for Jacksonville k .
e from the nest. To do this hold ber *M ?
pu
Senor Sevcro hud Incited a bat t neglects to provide his family with > skin eruptions. It does the work." 25o. and Intermediate points at I
number of guests, with his wife and bo'tle of Chamberlain's Collo, (.'holerand :.Dc. add $1. bottles at Wilson &: Son's. head downward and dust the powder Tltnsrille. for Sanford l _- 1:011: ..m
X Pit& ED nr MAN KATINO. SHARKS. well into tbe feathers. The large" Arrive. Tltusrllla from. Banford 1:20: p.m
( children to witness the ascension. Diarrhoea Kennedy as a safeguard
low dirty drift of IIn04\'. Just raised The ascent' was made without a bitch. against bowel complaint, whose victims Truth striped louse will be found on the

above tile blue expanse of waters. The The airship shot upward from the bul- outnumber those of the oyclose a hundred Tbe cornerstone! of character that on heads and necks of young fowls almost
I' greater of the Iduud'conslst., of :none. Thin remedy Is everywhere reoog- as soon as they are batched If there
part luau lied In tine Vauirliin like a hugely which tbe whole] edifice Is to rest must
fine white Hand without a tree or shrub bed: as the most prompt and reliable, be trutb. Be truthful word and deed are> any upon the ben. For these nothing A Sample copy of one of the best farm
dlclno In use for those diseases For I Is better than a good greasing with
or blade of grass even to relieve'the and act faithful to your conception of papers published, free, if you will send
sale and dealet'a.lenr.
by druggists medicine .
lard. Turkeys are perfectly hardy
+ .' eye and with no soil In .which vegeta right and you cnn no more help buildIng your name on a postal card, mentioningthis
after the red their beacln.
appears upon
tlon can take root. noble character than .
a the earth '
I ..,. tiiirbwsrThe .. As a well grown young turkey ought paper.
One morning soon after our arrival
ran help moving! In Its orbit. A boy
cost of maintaining a public to bring at least' fl at Thanksgivingor
.1' I. in with several of TilE PLOWBOY Co.
company my comrades who has the courage to tell tbe truthunder ,
stood on the bend looking out'over highway;:: In England Is roughly f.tl- Christmas, there Is a good profit in
all (circumstances even when It
mated the authorities at $00 : tbf'm.rr8. Atlanta, G.v
the by per railing E. R. Wood In
smooth between
sea that stretched to he to his disadvantage
mile per annum: In Fiance $tG:>. and may appear own American Agriculturist I
us and our much loved north.
will never do n mean unmanly
Austria. JUM, per mile per annuui. .
The day was perfect; the warm balmyair I or dishonest. tiling lie will not

was almost oppressive heated as It Cough at not to ell) mt.vthlnsr mit-Ntloon, no Watch for n Oliill. n'onareresatri -, t ".... -.,. 1;

was by the reflection of the sun on the Stops! nniltrr what material gain:( It may However slight at this time of year and I

'i. bluing sand. Into the warm surface of l\lul'workM off the Cold. 1'I.llt11I.' .... 1'1........... ID this climate, it Is the forerunner of ma-
,' t which our feet sank at every step. Qid Ago 'Xl\tlv8! Uromo-Qutnine Tablets cure a laria. A disposition to ;fawn, and an alltlr..11 7Z:4-/7--T /

r "'Vhnt a flue place for a swim!" exclaimed old In one day. Xo Cure, No Pay YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ,ARE: TAKING out feeling even cornea before the I II'
Price 23cts.!: chill Herblne by Its prompt stimula
one. "And how warm the water IS MADEVigorous When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
I tive action on the liver, drives the mala-
Tonlo because the formula Is plainly ;
assented another, dipping his
The Common Tongue. rial germs out of the system, purifies the (
printed on every bottle showing that It Is f fea7F
*,',,ji I. band In It. ] I Church-Are there many nationalities singly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless blood, tones up the svstem; and restores ?
I should have laid that the Island health [COo.; at B. K Wilson &: Son's.A .
represented on your block fo.'ni. Xo cure, No pay. oOcts.)
I It
i4 was uninhabited at the time of our BY THE U5B OP 77'
(Jottin m-No. There's only one tongue
r, landing. We found the smoking ruins Indian
heard there.. That' my wife'..-Pouters : The Little BIr... Cheap Jtlver Home.
of the lighthouse keeper's dwelling, the DR.
PIERCE'SGOLDEN ]
Statesman.
round white brick tower alone standing Dick-now did you know when It This: place consists of 13'Ii acres i iUM'eneIJ&iG

: I on our arrival so there was no one to was time to leave her house If tbe par mile north of Fort Pierce oar acres / f.t

t tell us of the danger that lurked In 51 y boy when four year old was taken lor was dark? are cleared and fenced, and there are ?

'f those clear waters that looked so Inviting with collo and cramps ID hisstomnch. I 'rPd-A little bird told me.Dlckt't :25,000: ) bearing pineapple plants on the
; enc for the doctor and he Injected morphine out! lace. There are 23e acres ready to'lIl't
I as they gently !lapped the smooth but the child kept getting; worse 'rl'.I-Yf'II. Th cuckoo came out uf in orange: trees and pineapples. The
beach. then gave him half a teaspoonful ofliamberlaln'a nlteacres U '
remaining: good pineappleland rbr/'nY
and called "lL"I'blladelpbl.
the clock
tf
Presently some half dozen of UN had MEDICAL : Colic. Cholera and Dlar- and a portion of It !good for trees.It :

thrown off our woolen garments, which r hoes Remedy, and in half an boar hetroe Record h..* a frontage on Indian Ulver. The -

,, hud bl''n'I'ry comfortable when wet sleeping and soap recovered-F. L. best uiiildlng site id on a high elevation -
left the snow of New England: but DISCOVERY. 1'ilking, Shell Lake, WIs. Mr. Wilkins I>ocs It Pay to Buy Cheap? overlooking' the river the town,

r, I 1 were cumlwl'HoIlU" In this new climate s book-keeper for the Shell Lake Lum- A cheap remedy for coughs and colds and the Indian' River inlet. There is DISEASESare

and we were plashing and ducking her> Co. For sale by all druggists and is all right, but you want something that no house on the premises.Fort KIDNEY
t ledlclne dealers. will relieve and cure the most severe and Pierce Is a division point on the
0
each other llk> a party of big boys as. I suffered for six: years with con-

t 1 .. Indeed wVerI'. 'rii... feel of the water which' time and I employed indigestion. several. during physician IIU D7.P.p.l.. troubles.dangerous What results shall of you throat do?' and Go lung to a of Florida some East importance Coast Railway, with good and; a place prospects the most fatal of all &! ,I.

wan delightful\ and we wore enJoying .., but they could not reach my "Tou Bay you take half an hour for warmer and more regular climate? Yell, for future development. Thereare
F
; It rxcttilliiKly when one of the cane," write. Mr. G. ropplewrll. ofEureka I uncbeoo every day?' If possible; if not possible for you, then stores of all kindsseveralchurches' eases.
1 { llaliie boys culled out: "Let's strike Springs' Carroll Co., Ark. "If..lt "Yes." in either case take the only remedy tha' school postottlee. telegraph office, etc.

rut! Come on. Connecticut! dashing could that not there retain, wan food: no on help stomach for me, "Well you ought not to have dyspep.la. has been introduced In all civilized countries This place wilt make a fine home and Cfil l CV'Q' KIDNEY CURE U I

fcito deep water as he spoke.| Some one had vertigo and would fall my helpless to; 8, ." with success In severe throat and capable of being made quite a plantation rULt.1 I Il O Buaraataad Reaed;

: followed with a "Come on!" and I wasII the floor. Two yearn ago I com. "But. yon see I spend twenty-five of lung troubles"Boschee's German Syrup"It Five hundred orange; and grape
menced taking Dr Pierce's Golden not only heals and stimulates tbe tissues fruit treesand 100,000pineapple) plants
lest in order iwlinnilng as fast as 1
; Medical Discovery and little'Pellets,' t hose minutes deciding what I want to to destroy the germ disease, but allays ran be placed on it. Fine" fishing hunt or money refunded. Contains
could In an effort to overtake tbe lender and improved from the start After. e at"-Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.
I inflammation, causes easy expectoration ing; and oystering in the immediate vi-
II,; 'i when In hardly n moment's time an taking' twelve. bottles of the Discovery gives a good nlgbt's rest, and cures cinity. Fort Pierce la. headquarters remedies recognized by orli'

1 i 'ozonizing shriek from tbe soldier who have I been was able improving to do light ever work since.and I Th. !test Prescription for Malaria the patient. Try one bottle. Recommended for hunting, flatting and sports gener- nent physicians as the best[ for
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|was ahead apprised me of some dangrr am now in (rood health for one of my Chills and Fever i II a bottle of Grove's mlUlY years by all druggists In llly. Price, fljMQwhich i I..* very cheap. troubles.
',1 that I could not comprehend. Ke-60 year. I owe it all to Doctor Tasteless' Chill Tot o. It Is simply Iron the world. You can !get this reliable For information address, Kidney and Bladder

i tr, Tbe cry was followed by another Pierce' medicine." a''ad quinine in a tasteless. form. :No remedy at B. *r. Wilson A: Son'i. Get C. T. MCCARTY. PRICE SOt and JJJXX.

!1 '" ; frqiq .the next, )n .line, and, thinking Cure: No Cur Price SOcts. Green Special Almanac. AnkonaBrevard County, Fla. B. It. WILSON & SON.

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Professional Cards. WANT BETTER ROADSTHE RESULTS I INEARLY_ WINTER.A ROADS IN GEORGIA. RAISING,--PHEASANTS. I


EO. M.ATTORNEY. BOBBINS, Orrrder Who Hnan't F..un.1aI_ i Convlrtaj DultiHim Hiilrnillilnu IU.-h- A Drt>*der of ..h... Ilrnntlful DI... Some ReasonsWhy
G AGITATION FOR GOOD HIGH- ankle Secret! -Prepotency. ?. In FRet Slat*. Trlli Slow lie <'...... For Ttirm.

AND COUNSELOR WAYS IN THE SOUTH. I have not been succoHsful getting Muscogee COl1nt$'. in.. of wVeh! Co The pheasant Industry has become You Should Insist on Having

early winter eggs./ During November lunihus IN the county seat has made very; popular( In the United States! of

AT-LAW.I Hand .Aaanrlatlona O..nl..d mod and December I average only two or some movement In the WII'of better, late years oil account of the large demand EUREKA HARNESS OIL

Will practice In State and United States Convention* Held-Tit. JeffrraoBMemorial three eggs/ per month per hen. I try county highways. The county commissioners for stocking parks and by Individuals Unequaled by any other.

Court. IIIWLWST..Itannft and to give just as good euro then us at are taking much Interest lithe for breeding purpoxcM.' Renders hard leather woft.Especially .

Office at TiTiiaviLLK FI.A. Governor Montaitu on Good Itoada. any time of ;year although it Is not Hiihject. and tine of their number The pheasant has a must beautiful prepurej
always; feasible to have a full supply Colonel\ \V. f,. Tlllnidu. tin* for sonic I Keeps out water.
If the people of the southern states form attractive 1\11\ <1. short wings and!
bodied oil.HARNESS
of food. method of A heavy .
green My feedingis time devoted a great den I of attention
D.L.. GAULDEIT 1o not have good roads In the near future the customary one-a mash of bran to romlnmlUng. The county chain cans an elegant long tiill adorned with brilliant .

and plenty of them,. it won't be and middlings with fish Hcrnpa or animal la lined for road* COUlllr\ldlol1. says; the Hpuuglcd( lhulIlI, W. I handle a

ATTORKKT-AT-LAW, their fault They nre doing everythingIn nicnl in the! morning mixed with Loul \llle ('oul'l'r..J I\lrnl1l. A systemIn large flock of pheasants. I generally\ An Reduce excellent cost of preservative.hiirneM. I

Will practice in all the Courts of tbe State their power to secure better highway's hot water In cold weather. For a vogue until the lust year or two has mute tit pairs, In <'lIrlytplng, sometimes Never )Imrna the you'leather ; its: .

ot Florida, and the United States Courts ; and the matter has been taken month past wheat has made n large been to put the convicts at work Indifferent ; mating two hens with one mule. ElIiclcncy In increased; 4

1'. O Box, 238. TITUSVILLE, FLA. up by some of their most prominentmen. part of the grain ration simply becauseit ", sections of the country repairing I keep them in separate small parks Secures! liest ncrvicc.titchea .

Including General Fltz-llugh Lee. : is cheap. I have got no better results the bud places hi the roads. about 8 by 10 feet. IillY park because kept from breaking.

..r.J.. WEBB During the past winter county good I than from feeding cracked corn. Necessarily. this system did not accomplish pheasant does not require' any OILi
.L. roads associations have been formed Whole corn Is now being fed at night. much. It has now boon changed. ,
housing. The only 1; thing I do for their |! sold in allLocalitie.
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W. conventions held and thousands Interested Have good tight bouses yet I have and (lie work In confined to t te making protection is to plant small evergreen ,
not found the secret of a largo supplyof of nuids. the whole MnnuftKtllr lip
Wilt practice In the Courts of the 7th In the work of the trains touringthe Improved bodyA. trees In tho middle of the parks These Standard' Oil (......*,.. of
eggs in the early winter. I Inclined
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents south giving lessons In !good: road am birds! bclnizof very hardy constitution! f
to think that to certain
and rents and accounts collected.TrrUSvILLE building.The n extent will stand almost any kind of \vouther* .-...-.. .--..-- --"..---. ..-..--------.-.. -----.-- .--
the fowl is governed by its original nature -
recent convention held at Charlottesvllle and will not take shelter at any time.
:. FLORIDA, ,' Va., was significant as evidencing to lay little at this period while In all my experience I never have hada !
molting or finishing feather growth. BEST FOR THEBOWELS
the rapidly growing recognition sick phonsuut. Diseases so common
D. PENNfiY Something might be accomplished in
Ao of the good roads movement among chickens as roup etc., have
throughout the country. The convention the way of getting more eggs at this never yet occurred In my flocks. In

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, marked the end of the tour of the season by proper selection of breeding July I change cork birds, putting those

Southern railway "good roads train" fowls. ;: which have not teen' used In breeding
"l'IT1TSVILLJII. FLORIDA. In breeding I do not make it n pointto If ran ha....', a rniruUr liaalthy movamant af ha
which left Washington last October pens that season with the henn andevery bowal awry tiny, yuu'ra; III or will ba. :Kaap your
howtila: anil ha wall In ii,. ot
birds foroa. vloNt.
mate not near akin. I intendto opiin. >hap -
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th carrying roadbuildlng machinery and egg Is fertile up to the lust one ...." .ht"l.ur.IIII'O."l..Ii. .tanhj.rO.I., the aniooth.
Judicial Circuit. road experts and made official stops at select the best birds. regardless of A. BOAS IV GEORGIA. .user..':.mt 1 clea::; :.::te.J.:" ud SeeplUg the I bowelS
laid.Pheasants
many points. The train carried many relationship. I do not think it desirable of ol1\'lct.. being placed at work on are very tame with their OANDY f

carloads of ponderous roadmaltlng ma- to regularly procure fresh blood.It one road until completed. At present keeper yet very timid In their nature CATHABTIO !

FREDERICK A. MORGAN chinery. A single one of tb se machines is desirable however to get fresh there are stretches aggregating thirty with strangers. The male birds are )

just by way of Illustration Is blood if the animal secured is better miles) of improved county roads In the great fighters. nod two of tl1l'lIIlr1 ,,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE able to move 2400; cubic feet of earthIn than the beat one has In his own county. rarely live In the name park during the ,

Loans The train covered 5,000 flock. It would be better if the "newblood" breeding season. A phciisunt hen lays I
Notary Public. a day. some Colonel Tillman recently took a large ;
Collections miles, congregated over 50,000 people I could come from the same party of delegates over what is known from flfty-flve to slxty-tlvo; eggs J In a i
Typewriting Stenography. and constructed about thirty-four mllea I strain as the one on to which It Is to a. tbe Glade road for ft distance of season, commencing In April and continuing
TITCSVILLB FLA. be bred. until the middle of She J JP'
of sample road. nine miles. showing the work already August
Men of national reputation spoke at Does any one know of any thorough done on that road and that now under makes her nest on the ground.: Theyare EAT 'EM LIKE' CANDY -

WADE H. JONES the convention addressing an audience ly successful breeder who has established way. A ;year ago this road was almost poor mothers at least In confinement '..,i>n.. PaI.t.hI. Potent T..l.Ouort Tn. 0....... .
a high/ reputation for his stock Never Hloknil, W..I<-". or \ II), SA. arid M oonla
of 2.000 the being so shy. They do not seom ur\p.1
3.0OQ throughout
or people impossible.' For the greater part of nor box. Writ. toe fre. |., anil booklet m
of three and roadto who regularly Introduces "new bloo(1"Into to have much natural love for their lealtlt. Ad...... 4sTIuai.uI'N ,
greater part days a
It Is highway
the distance a splendid
now !:
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j REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE his ? Of 55Cm l>f COVFiNV. CMlrMMI sew TOal:
be known when It Is completed as (lock far more importance macadamized with native materials young. Therefore to raise young I use

Loans and Collections. the Jefferson Memorial road running than the introduction of "newblood" gravel being used for the foundation small common hvim. The eggs. hutch KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

from Charlottesville about three miles would it be to discover In one's and the surface heinc; of clay and In about twenty-four\ days. i

TITUSVILLE FLOBIDA. to Montlcello. the home and tombot flock an animal of superior merit that gravel. On one portion or"tbe road the The most important point. In rnlslng I
,
Thomas Jefferson was begun.. poBHetwes the power' of transmitting Its surfacing has been done with refuse the -young- -nheasants la to rid the sitting Women as Well as Men !
EO. A. good ounlltles and then hold on to that hen of lice and the red mite, and
G WORLEY This highway will extend directly ,from fertilizer plants, and this mate-
eastward from Charlottesrllle, a distance bird as long as it Is capable of breed- .al Is giving excellent results.At this Is not such an easy task ns some Are Made Miserable by J
Ing. Look at the pedigrees of the phenomenal people think It In. I
ATTORNEYATLAW.Oeneral of three miles to Monticello. the end of the undo Spring road saw an articleon
practice In State and Federal Eventually the promoters of the en- trotting horses ns one after an Immense cut has been made througha : pheasants in the New York Times Kidney Trouble.

,Courts. All business entrusted will terprise hope to extend It an additional another they "break the record." Nearly sand bill and an almost Impassable some time!* ago In which It said that ,

receive prompt attention. mile westwtrd from the city to the every one of these great trotter grade leveled down. so that when the Pierre I.orlllurd!I i Imported 1.000 pheasant Kidney! trouble preys upon the mind discourages '1

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate University of Virginia thus connectIng has In It some of the blood of the old work Is completed farmers will have a
Miami. Jefferson's home with the groat ed- race horse Messenger, transmitted splendid demonstration of tbe benefits weeks most' ot thl.1 hlnln> died and theca "'",, u.:;.,. and cheerfulness loon ,j
MIAMI .' FLORIDA. ueutlonal institution which he founded. throught his grent-grandson. ha tubleto. of road construction. Colonel Tlllman list. could not lie determined.I Now, ,.' : disappear when the kidneys :

This latter part of the project however nlan. Tliero are few more remarkable estimates that with his convict force I would suggest that almost' to n certainty are out of order 11

. J JAMES ANDREWS.ATTORSEYAT.r.V', is for the future, money to pay examples! of prepotency on record. he can complete from ten to twelve thoR birds were killed by worrlment -, or diseased.
for It belng'as yet lacking. The roatl In poultry breeding we need to breed miles of macadamized roadway a year. from lien lieu II nil, nothing plw f'' become Kidney trouble has
more from individuals and less from The!' first three or four weeks I feed, .. so prevalent :
is to be of macadam, the finest material There are now something like 300 miles. that It Is not uncommon, I
.Main office and postofflco address, XITUS- of the kind obtainable, and will flocks. The trap nest and a careful of country highway In the county hard boiled eggs tll')' bread crumbs and \ for a child to be born i

VILLE. Branoh office at FORT PIKKCK. be seventeen feet wide. In the gorgesit following up of the hatches from eggs i I only one-tenth being completed. Mu. II little en miry and millet I need-about I \ f3. afflicted with weak kid- 1

Prosecuting: Attorney for Bravard Co. will be re-enforced by a retaining of different individuals will help us.I cogee county has no public debt and one fieit to tight young "IIIY-lIntl K'VO! J ).,(' :- neys. If the child urinates 1

Notary Public State at wall; elsewhere there will be a "shoul I prefer a system of somewhat close Its taxation Is the lowest In the state free l'unICO. An excellent pasture for --i.: too often. If the ,
Large.
der" and ditch on either side. General breeding when the stock bred from of Georgia with the exception of one them is a clover patch or clone by a lot arlno scalds the flesh or If, when the child I

FItz-IIugh Lee Is president of the as- possesses extra good qualities because which depends the revs- tuco ,bed., I never touch the feed with reaches an age when It should be able to 11
county upon
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, by this method, combined of course. hands.I control the passage. It Is yet afflicted with ,j
in my
sociation which has this enterprise Due of the dispensary system. bed-wetting depend It. the cause of
upon '
band and the.University of VirginiaIs with careful selection, we can Intensify use a large, aIry dry goods box for the difficulty Is kidney trouble, and thIS first 'I''!
ATTOKXEY-AT-LAW, backing it earnestly. The money on the $good qualities of our stoclc. a coop. Take off one side and put step should be towards the treatment of

c Sims Building, baud Is not sufficient as yet. and subscriptions My most serious mistake was inbreedIng How'.. ThIs ? poultry wire netting I nut end., Station,! these Important organs. This unpleasant ;

; JACKSONVILLE, FLA." are solicited from admirersOf from some badly colored fe.males We offer One llunilrnd Dollars Rewardfor It In a sliady; pot or Hue cover tIme trouble Is due to a diseased condition of thIS 1 I
Thomas Jefferson wherever they one ;year when I Ivnn a very nov case Rf Catarrh that cannot be top with "btmlies.. I place a ynrd of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit M I'

may be found. young beginner, thereby putting me cured bv Ilnll'n flutunli ('III'e. twelve Inch "boil l'ts( about three" feet most people suppose. 1

:" GEORGE w. ALLEN.ATTORNEY.ATLAW., In his speech at the CbarlottcBvlll back a couple of years or HO In the F. ,J.CIIKKMH.V: ; : Ct)., Props., Toledo, O. square iiroiiiid} time coops for the Or'nt erable Women with as well as men are made ''mis t
kidney and bladder
convention Senator tIn nua said: continuous Improvement of my stock. Wo the undersigned, have known 1'''. J.Clireney three dii.lM) III order Unit the young' and both need the same trouble 1
"The question of good roads is a very One of the bent moves I know Is that for the last l.'iyeurn, and believe inny get lined, to tlie mol h'l"'. call nnd The mild and the Immediate great effect remedy.of j

Kar WEST, FLORIDA. practical one. The general subject of of keepIng an accurate nrcount, In connection him perfectly honorable In all biiftlneM not wiuidt-r off. Plionmints wild Swamp-Root Is soon reall ed. It is sold j

Will practice In the United States transportation Is one of the most Important with my poultry keeping, so transactions and financially able to carryout hutched are< very strong and ready to by druggists, In fitly- '" ,

and State Courts. OjunOO that have ever engaged the at that when I get blue at temporary bad \ ,any obllgatloni'1'1111 Wlinlanale made( by their Unigglntn firmVKnrA emit at once, principally dry bread cent and one dollar \
AX
tentlon of mankind and has L been especially returns I can see that on tho whole I Toledo O ; WAI.I, >INO, Kl.VMAM A! :MABVlv ,- crumhH for the first day. I claim that sizes. You may have a J ,

: S. BURNHAM, M. D. important In this country. The am coming I out right and when I am :\ Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. nothing but HOP to >v, >rry them kills sample bottle by man 1
N. farmers and manufacturers and all doing well I can try to do betterW.II. Hull's Cn'arih Cure taken internally, t limo young. They ore ns easy to raise, free, also pamphlet tellno....ol 1"AUlll-1Ie to .,

other producers are compelled to find a Illshop in Farm Poultry. RCtlng dliecily upon the blood and mucous ns chickens. I raIsed 73 pur cent lust Ing all about It. Including many .f the /
SURGEON thousands of testimonial letter received j
and SPECIALIST
market for their surplus products and surface of the system Price 7Bcts year, and most of toy birds: were from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Khmer I
Ear, Nose and Throat. when the market Is round they must I'p to Tint Coop. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonial" lifltfliod In August. When four. wWksold. 5 c Co., Blnghamton N. Y., bo sure simi\ "

VEST have sow ? way of Ir transporting their Coops like the one shown In the lllus- free.hall's 1 feed u variety oftI'IIIII., I'hpns mention this paper. .* J"
: PALM BEACH FLOHIDA products to It. It Is not surprising trntlon we uned for growing stock on Family Pills are the bent. ants are. small 1(,'<11'11. Feed for ten -

therefore'; that the focus of our all absorbing tilt poultry farm of T.V.. C. Almy brad of fowl is enough for thirty 'II I

DL nOUGIITOX'S attention has been transportation Brother to the Oatrleh. phcn mints.I I

? and how to cheapen It.n this absorption A Minnesota paper tells ot n giant I give thrui plenty of brush to roost 1/1

FLOATING DENTAL_ APARTMENTS we have overlooked the question Buff Cochin rooster owner by a Mr. Oil. which l Is an I important, point to observe I'IJ

of home transportation. It Is a Plmmuion of Luvernc, 111 Ion., which ns they cannot bear standingon For J

on the "Dentos," good sign to see the American people ha. been trained to trot In harness, the ban* "ronn I also give plentyof The Farmer j,

Now AT PALM BEACH. going back over the ground of their advancement pulling a tiny cart In which rides. the shelter from the northwest wlwls.

to pick up the missing links. baby son of Its owner. Pheasants grow very fast and have The Gardener

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" n This question of good roads meant Gulden Duke Is the name of tall their full plumage! with tho long tnll.

Foley's Kidney Cure much to the people of Virginia and tint strongest of fowls and It Is a prizewinner when five months old.-Frt"l! Budow In The Housewife
south generally. and the time you are In Its class as well as a freak. They....t a lIttle. niora. Th y
Poultry Monthly. ..
am wurtli it ,$
makes kidneys and bladder right.VirgilliaHomes. giving to Its study Is time most excellently Tbo big bird was broken to harness by tlinii the u, ,.
i 4 nuiut Inn
well spent. the boyi of the I'luniasou household I
and I>riifKlstK.Ford o. M. penny co. "
IMiyslcliin
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"Though the matter of good roads and now seems to enjoy its work. II Detroit Mloh.
may seem small. It demonstrates tbat wears a little harness and Is guided by A: Sturgeon, a prominent drug J J'I

the people of the south are awakening reins which It carries In Its bill. It I* firm of Kooky Hill Station, Ky., writes:
W. were r..niBt
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    the master of several and at the
    gaits -
    to their own Interests, and the thing to '
    word of command given by the small to send for r'rbli for the benefit of cur ., .. .. .. ..
    do Is to begin where you can do some customer We ordered three dozen In -- -- -- -- -- I

    thing, and then do it. If It Is a question child who 1 Is driving It, will walk, run. December[ and we are glad l to say Herbine The Largest and Moat Com.
    You learn all about Virginia Lands, of roads build them and build trot or come to a standstill. At home iurh satUfnotloii I
    has
    given : great
    olete Establishment South
    It* resource products mode of cultivation -
    them the best you can." 'A CONVENIENT (iO(>P.Tiverton In the country the big rooster often that we have duplicated this. order three, \
    prices, etc., by reading tile Governor Montague In his speech before pull tbe cart and Its occupant for half and today we gave your salesman another
    Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. Four Corners. It. I. Mr Al- CEO S. HACKER & SON
    a mile more without order. Wo to Dr. U. B. !
    for d months nubsorlptlon to the the r-jnveutlon said: my like tfils style of coop an(111I gradually or stopping. beg say Malirloy: I
    takes pleasure In recommending Heroine.
    Farmer "No matter bow rapidly our civilization
    Co.
    Va.
    Emporla, his old with them
    replacing ones
    and It never Where the Fault. !.!... ." 0cts bottles at It. U. Wilson AHODS.
    may grow develop. can \
    The taken
    photograph was by a representative
    .
    ]Many a dollar Is Invested
    take on any form that will relieve of Farm Poultry. every yearby j''
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    BANNER SALVE itself of the necessity of public high- men who wish to make poultry j'j j
    The first remedy Is to have Intelligent breeding a bUlllne .. Some enter the CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE.
    the most healing calve' In the world. ways. Tbe keep of one dog costs as much as market poultry line and, others the line j'j
    and superintendence.We
    design the keep of sixty bens, and sixty hens of the fancy and the question U often' The Clyde ship sailing from Jacksonville j
    should have road commission and
    a still continue to go north full of I
    will lay tit$) dozen -Ip.
    an engineer. Then get the material asked:Why do not inoro of them makeIt anengers. It I h. evident that this popular t
    iAA4t, BO YEARS There are different ways to do this.' a ""cceB87 Is It the fault of the men or line U a great favorite with the travel-

    i. EXPERIENCE Money can be raised by the counties. Cures Eczema, Itching Humors, the business That tho business Is not log public for our home people hate been

    The state aid plan such as Is followedby IMmples and Carbuncle. at fault Is evident from tbe fact that yearly patronizing the Clyde Line and

    New Jersey. I I. another way By Costs Nothing to Try. so many men have been successful at seem thoroughly satisfied with the ships
    this plan legislature' authorizes the It; so that tbe answer must be that the service, stateroom accommodation, etc.
    state to duplicate amount for good B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) la now fault lies with tbe men.-Poultry Her The C'lydes are progressive people and
    any recognized as a certain and sure cure for aid. are constantly studying the convenience
    roads which auycounty may raise. But eczema, Itchingsblo, humors scabs, pimples and comfort of their patrons. It Is certainly MANUFACTURERS |(

    'TRO( MARKsDESIGNS the state Insillt. upon the superintendence scale, watery blisters, aching: bonesor a pleasure to sail from Jaokion Doors Sash Blinds
    of the disbursement. That Is very joint, bolls, carbuncles prlchlnz pain Iysentery Cured Without the Aid villa on one of their grand steamers sod ,

    .ndlnn v,1 Ak0th COPYRIGHTS and dgaui lotion Ac.Annn ma proper under such conditions." In the aklnl old eating sores, ulcers etc. of a Doctor. our home people in electing their route Mcnlding & Building Material.C
    II.1l. kI :a.'erIn: our o.IlI.n fFU Whtb .T CUR.uItnn ood Balm, taken Internally for annual tripe north could not travel
    : I. probably: p.u.enti'I.i. ('ommuflfrll. the worst and most deepseateJcase. "I am just up from a hard spell of the In greater comfort than by the Clyde;
    ...nfl nt,trr.trCtI7*I. OMeal coi.IktatI.L aiMtiry fur IIndboflk Mrarlnir on.potanFawnta P&SUI5.... A Worm )(l1ler. cures. by enriching, purifying and vltallcng flux" (dysentery) says Mr. T. A. Pluner, Jne. The rates are always, considering C A Warerooms King, opposite
    taken tbniuilh Munu A Cl. r*cwtatmttic *.. known merchant of Drummond Cannon Street.Charleston .
    well ,
    a Include meals and
    the fact that they
    Pualco Wayne the blood a healthy
    *, w u boat Ub.VC. la uScientific J. A. J. Montgomery, thereby giving
    Co.. Mo., wiltes: "I have little twin blood supply to tbe skin. Botanic Blood Tenn. "I used one small bottle ofl'bamberlaln's stateroom berths, much cheaper than by ] S. C.
    American.cnlMlun rlrJ.1 Colic, Cholera and Diar rail. A letter addressed by F. M. Ironmonger ,
    with
    who have been bothered Balm Is tbe only cure, to stay cured for
    A. II..d..m.'F flhiitvet.1 .......F. Teress5 ..... their l II ves. I tried everything to relieve these; awful annoying skin troubles. It rboea Remedy and was cured without Jr.,.Au'Oen'l Passenger Agent.
    I" ,. of any KitantlHo toarnal... iswudesIve.Ton,..fa.M a them which failed until I used White's heals every sore and| gives the rich glowof ha"lnlr. doctor. I consider It "the best I Jacksonville Fla., will\ bring you fullartoulars. Sash Weights Cord and
    ,
    'rUrr II.= Cream Vermifuge; the first two doses health to the skin. Builds up the cholera medicine the world. ThereIs i > Cba U. Walton I Is the 71usvllle -
    ; Co New York. four worms from one of them, broken down body and makes the blood no need of employing a doctor when agent. Hardware.
    , ........... :: brought used for doctor I
    \ _Bnadi OOV.. V Bt.W. the next two doses, twelve, one of them red and nourishing. Especially advised his remedy Is no can
    better medicine bowel l
    for
    ' twelve Inches; the otber child woe only for chronic, old canes that doctors, pat. prescribe a Window and Fancy Glas
    form either for children
    OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In any quantity relieved of four worms. It Is a most excellent eat medicines and hot springs fall to cure. complaint In any c8I
    at the ADVOCATE: omce. roenlcine." White's Cream Ver- Druggists, $1. To prove B. B. B. cures, or adnltll. It never falls and Is pleasantto A SPECIALTY.
    and
    1 mifuge Is good for children. It not only cores sample sent free and prepaid by take. For sale by all druggists
    destroys worms It helps the child to perfect writing! Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga. medicine dealers. T..,ls alosioni, I. OD ...rt bog of .h. ..o.la.
    ; Foley's Honey and Tar growtn.'wards off sickness. 2Sc. at Describe trouble and free medical advice Laxative Bromo-Qulnine T J>I.Utb Foley's Honey and Tar

    J cures colds, prevents pneumonia. B. R. Wilson A Son's. sent la sealed letter._ ..- Tbe ADVOCATE does job printing. ram4y thai eaesu a e.M !. +*r tor chIJdnn.t*,.un. No opiates.



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    I JAMES.: PBITCHABD, President; Wilt M. BKOWW' Vice-Presldeat

    i EAST COAST ADVOCATE. OUR ARMY. NOTICE. C. 8. Scmm.KR, Cashier. W. 8. BBAWNING, Asst. Cashier.


    .:" Such intemperate-outbursts have is hereby given that the following described lands will be sold at INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
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    A WBBBI.Y "JOCK1TAI DBVOTBD' TO T DEVIL found their way into the newspapers NOTICE auction on the lit day of September: 1902, at Titusvllle, in the
    11 OFMBST OV Tae IVDIA. ITS LAUWORTI of the United States becauseof County of Breva'rd, or BO much 'thereof an will I be necessary to pay the amount ,
    LID BIHOATXB BAT IIOTeaa.PVBLISBED Tames herein set opposite to the same,
    the alleged cruel conduct of certain due the Town of TitusirtJJe for Town COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
    together with corts of wh sale and advertising.
    'I 1 I Il soldiers in the Philippines
    EVERY :FBIDA.r.OA.RLB Authorized capital $t oOcoo

    that one is forced to suppose that Q, : _... Paid up capital $26,000
    JI 1 H. WALTOII, Editor A Publisher, the writers of these tirades forget i ._ -" :I : Average deposits, $100.000
    OW En. DESCIUP'J'lON. do o a : : _c..
    r who our soldiers are. The army is j bI) gJ g ..0 .. ,
    Discontinuance of ulrM. must be made pen ..
    d 1 made up of out. own people. Even c c .. SFeF :
    O.aIlT at thl elUDe or by writing. 4> Transacts General
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    the officers, in spite of a certain on : el boa Banking

    1 Check,etc., may be made payable to CB ABI.BS esprit de corps are Just such citizens M. GoldltDJlth. ., Part: West ot Southeast Sr
    H. WALTON, pubU.her.d as one may meet In the bankor Described In Deed Book"C 1I: I II a Business

    counting room, while the privatesare I I Page 38i.: . . . . 33 21 31) 48 IS 43;
    Address all communtoatloin to recruited from among our artis- E. II. IUcr . . Part Southwest U ot Southeast Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
    "Illl"tI'age
    Described Deed Book
    >l t EAST COAST A.DVOCATE. ans, farmers and clerks, and look 97. . . . S3 21 35 6 2 03R. ; Exchange bought and Bold on all For.IKH,
    TITCTIVH.LK:, CLOBIDA. upon the military service as but J,. Lockard.,11ioe's addition to Titusvlllt". Countries.Patronage !

    --- .. -.. -- --- ----- one way of securing a livelihood. ..Nllrthea corner 01 Block 1. 33 21 33; 1 3:1: t1' i.I I
    .... RI"e addition to rl'ltusvllle appreciated. Prompt service .JUeI|
    of Now there will, of course be found E. H. Rice' k treatment,and every fnvnr coiinlnUDt with ion.rvative .
    17. Department Agriculture West of Block I. 3 21 33; 1 73 j. s banking granted.
    i 1 Weather Itureaii-Jupiter, Fla'. among both classes men of coarse W. U. Townsend.. Rice's addition to Titusville; t +s CORRESPONDENTS
    fibre or of ill balanced judgment.Such South 36 ot Block 0. . . 8 21 3/S/ 1 'lIS f Seaboard National Bank of New lv I York 'M'National ''
    4'' men will fail us In a. critical Unknown. . .. RIC'e's addition to rl'itusvllle, r Bank of Jfackaunvllle Via.
    The following is a comparative, statement North 35 of Block G. 33 21 33 1 73
    I moment and do things of which we rrjrl
    of temperature and rainfall for the E. A. hamburg Rice's addition to 'I'ltllsvllle, v ;vILL. c, rL .
    : week ending Tuesday, July 29,1902, feel ashamed. But these instancesare Lot B, Described ])I'ed Hook -- -
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    -1002- -1901- rare and we ought also to remember "BB" Page 732: 01 Block 7. 8J: 21 3iL 2 (05

    1 ftA.T& MAX. MIX. MAX. MIN. that there have been terri- E. H. nice. . . Rlf'e's addition to 1'Itu8vlllt", COMPANY.
    I I t' 23 87 73: 8.1; 711 ble provocations-provocations sufficient Lot O. Described Deed Book TIlE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY
    24 80 72: 87 75 "Y," Page 310, or Block 7. 33 21 33. 1 05M
    11 *5 838.t 74 79 74 as has been pointed out, to '
    ,\ 'Vatson.. ... 1:1ee's addition to Titusville
    20 : 70) 87 79 turn large communities of our home Lot A. Described need Book Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
    27 87 74 87 70 population into raging and cruel 4'1.." Page/ 173. of Block 8. 33 21 35 I 6jE.lI ,
    'iii i 28 8(3 75 87 83 mobs. And it should, moreover be ; nice. . . ,l'/.ice'&addltlon/ to .fltusvlIJe, 1 "0.,'
    ,t 29!) 80 77 87 70 Jot Des'rlbed Deed Book
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    Total rainfall for the week: 2.40 noted that the thousands of other "Y," Page 310: of Block 8. 3 21 33 101S 'i% and Sidewalk Brick
    e ', Departure from normal rainfall for the soldiers who are quietly doing their E. H. Rice. . . RI'e's. addition to 1'ltuIV1I1t" Vitrified, Paving .....
    I week: plus 1.2 Inchon Departure duty as good.Americans get no notice Lot D. Described Deed Book
    t from normal rainfall since.January 1, from these l sensational news- "Y." Pape 316,01 Block S. 33 21 35 .145A ; Offices foot of ITogan Street Jacksonville Florida. Telephone No. :262..!
    !t minus 7.35 Inches. alto- Greely. . .. RIM's addlllol1 to '1'It liS vii Ie, .
    J UAL. P. UABDIN, Observer. mongers.: We do not think it Lat A Described Deed B.wk J. K. MTJNNERLYN\ General Manager.

    gether fair that the army should "BB ': PRee210 of Block 9. 33 21 35; 103
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    )' receive such severe criticism for D. A. Cooper .. Rice's addition to Titusvllle, .
    4 WE now have plenty of rain and acts of violence that would under Lot B Described Deed Book
    I t. : the cool weather has come at lut.i' similar circumstances, have been "BB'J Page 732: of Block 9. 33 21' 35 1 105 MeMurray & Baker
    O. G. Birnbaum. Kice's addition to Titusville,
    j Ii The East Coast can again boast of duplicated at home. It simply'goes Lot O, Described Deed Book *. ,

    j I 11 Its fine summer climate although to prove that human nature is very "L Pa ?e 101, of Block U. 33 21 35 105

    F a few days ago we were inclined to much the same everywhere, and locality T.: W, Taylor. .. .. .. Bice's addition to Titnsville, I 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida.
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    : ) ") be somewhat reticent on the sub. has to do with the Lot E Described Deed Book '
    nothing
    "Y," Page 310, of Block 9. 33 21 35:: 1 45, -Makers and Jobbers of-
    'I 'I : ject. Now. however, it la permit. outraged feelings of men. E, H Rice . . Rice's addition to Titusville
    '" ted ua to crow again. South % of West J (Block U 33 21 .3d 115S /

    I '. CHINA AND UNITED STATES.It M. !Strickland.: Rice's Part addition Described to Deed Titusville Book Vehicles, Harness, Carriage and Wagon Material,

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    4 LAKE CITY is making; big preparation "GO," Pnpe jiO, of Block 10. 33 21 35 10b

    :y I for the State Fair. Ample has transpired that only by the : E. II. Rice . . Rice's addition to Titusville, Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
    ' '11t f accommodations will be provided i West U, except Lot A Described .
    offices of the United States
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    good Deed .y..l First-Class Repairing'' and Painting &c. &c.
    Book Page ,
    i and the exhibits will
    for all
    ;, 1 i I comers, has China been able to arrange for 318 i, of Block; 11 . : . : : 33 21 35 175 .
    The ------- -- ------- -- --- ---- -
    I not disappoint you. "College the evacuation of Tien-tain by the Unknown. . .. ... Titus' addition to Titusville,
    I 9' City" deserves the highest ericon- foreign though their departure North % of Block 1. . . 34 21 33; 175
    troops
    t'f fume for the energy and pluck they has been the M. E. Norwood. .,. Titus' addition to Titusville East Coast Lumber & Co.
    I ,m have shown thus far. And the end urged by foreign Lot 1 of Block 4. . . 31 21 33 155 Supply
    ministers at Peking. Now that em- ,
    M. E. Norwood.. Titus' addition to Titusvllle '
    : Is not yet. pire bas been forced to appeal to Lots and 5 Block 4. . . .31 21 35 235:
    us again. It appears that when, it W. S. Norwood . Lot Described Deed Book "'V GENERAL OFFICE: EAU GALLIE FLA.

    t / THE late John W. Mackay who that certain Indemnitywas Page 23: and "EE," page 211. 31 21 33 375 Yards at Titusvllle Eau,Oallle and
    .J was agreed a "" Fort Pierce.
    Lots 4 and
    J.P.Turner, . .. Coleman's addition ,
    r ,nl 1 I recently died in London left an to be paid it, was not stipulated b' Block. 0. . . . . 34 21 35 1 75
    ' : estate valued at $80000,000. This whether payment should be J.P. Turner ... Coleman's addition ;lots 7, 8 Complete stock ofJLuinbor and Building Material of all kinds,Sash and Doom,

    I J \ Is certainly a large amount for one' made In silver or gold. The cur and 9. . . . . . ', 34 21 33 2 13 Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office.
    / 'I :$ r man to accumulate who began life of China is in silver and 3. P. 'I'urner. . Coleman's addition Lots 12
    ,R 1, rency and 13 . . . . . 34 21 35 103;
    In the United States as a news boy. taxes for meeting the indemnityare
    /1 F. E. Emerson.V t'llt part of Lot 1. except
    r ''I Ij It, however shows the opportunities paid in silver. But since terms North 30 feet of South 40 feet, & O'Hara

    i I f'equ.ntlyntl..d boys of energy were agreed upon silver has depreciated Described Deed; Book "AA' Hodges .
    " i Page 147 Lot 1 Block A. 3 22 35; 3 33:
    in this
    nl.'' !'t i and perseverance_ country. -or as some would prefer to II. T. Titus . Routh.J01eetoIT.ot2BlockB.32235.J 245 ..Manufactures and Dealers In...
    , //II: express It, gold has risen in value. E. ]. 'Turner Part Lots I and 2, Described Rough T
    J I'I Now that the primary is over, let This makes a difference: in the Deed Book "J," Page 230, and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange

    ,l R I us begin to our land for amount necessary to make payment Block E . . . . 3 22 :33; 305 Dressed .
    1 prepare . . . 3 22 35 1
    beans pineapples and orange trees. if that amount is to be paid in gold. Theo Titus . Totll.Hlol'kE. : fIlS Box: Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
    Theo. West 34 Lot,7, Block E .. . 3 22: 85 125
    Mills sod office located at Buffalo Blurt Fla. .Write us for prices delivered
    ; The "full dinner pail" has The tax collectors are now "squeez
    Described
    never W. A. Part Lots 8 and 10,
    of the Address Buffalo
    to State. : Hodges O'llara Bluff Fla.
    part ,
    been in this the unmercifully In order Book any
    : emptied vicinity and ing" people Deed 3 Page 327,
    I our farmers and fruit growers are to pocket a good share of profit.To Block T. . . . . 3 23: 35 2 05 -

    1 preparing to keep it full by close further increase the amount Smith, Lyon Field Part Lot 8 and 10, Described The Oldest Established Grain and Bead House In the State.
    Deed Book "BB" Page 431,
    4q\ l attention to business. Politics are exacted of the tax payers may have Block T . . . . 3 22: 33; 203
    I t Imply a recreation to be cast aside serious consequences, Moreover, it J. A. Coleman.. . North strip! of 100 feet, Lot 1, PYAiat4t
    I when the one o'clock whistle blows. is manifestly just that the Indem- Block (.1..3 22 .35 275 Wm.-A.: : : Sours: cSc Oo.w .
    nity should be accepted in silver A. Montgomery. Part Lot 1, Described Deed
    Book "'1'," Page 21, Block G. 3 22 33; 875
    MIAMI did herself proud In the taken at the value it had when the J. A. Coleman . South part Lot I. Block O.'. 3 22: 35 245 GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
    recent celebration of her sixth anniversary treaty was made. We hope the L. A. Coleman.,. West & of Lot 2, Described ,
    United States will intervene and Deed ;Rook "H" Page .304,
    as a city. Perhaps after add to her in China and Lot 2. Block O . . ... 3 22: 35 7 05 Flour, Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
    all, the $300,000 appropriation for prestige William Davis.. . Lot 1, Block K . . . . 3 22 35 2 43 '
    i her harbor had more to do with at the some time prevent a complication William Davis.. lot3. Block K. . ... . .. 3 .22 33 205 aW 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA
    J M out the enthusiasm than that otherwise may prove P.- S. Titus.. . South % of West }4 (except
    bringing serious.QUICK. church lot) Block t:1: 22 35; 3 1)5; >s. for furina Feed Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y, and Plant System

    'anything else With deepwater to n. I.. I.o'kard. . North y of Wt'st 3q'. Block I.. 3 2:1: as: 215
    the sea and thousands of orates of B. A. Bryant. ... Lot 0,- East subdivision! Old
    l'' tomatoes shipped season, RELIEF" FOR ASTHMA FUF- Block 3. . . . . 3 22 35' 1 33
    what Is to prevent every Miami from F Immediate JREU!: Foley's relief to Honey asthma and sufferers Tar affords In J. Louisiana . West subdivision Old Block 3. 3 22. 33; 1 33 Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the
    I.lule F. Hlce Lot 0. Described Deed Book
    wb flourishing as the green bay tree? the worst stages, and If taken In time will "N." Page 2N5. Bloc k4. . 3 22 a;; 3 75
    We congratulate our sister city on effect a cure. :Sold by Wilxon A "00. t.izz\t"\ .... Rice. . Lot In, Described Deed Book
    4r her victory. "BB," Page 4111.! Block 4. . 3 22 :35 1 03; News of the East Coast every week.

    SENATOR and Editor II. II, Mc- E. H. 1.IC'e. ... North '.belngT.ot 1Dl'tIcrlbed! .
    in Deed Book "Y." Page :n6. .. .
    ..y ii TUB movement in behalf of good Creary answering an opponent Lot 5. . . . . .. 3..2_) 8i: 3 03; -- -
    who had! made uncomplimentaryremarks Hlc", . East Lot Descrlht'd Deed .
    roads along the East Coast is certainly E. H. 3y. 2.
    .o-- forging ahead, much to the about a "newspaper trust'" Book, "N." Page 2&1. Lot 5. 8 22 M 10 73; Fine Job Work Executed
    paid a glowing tribute to the Press'' M. Goldltmlth. North ,t Lot 5. Block 11..1; 22: 3ss. 1 4,I;) Quickly
    pleasure of the ADVOCATE for we of Florida and inter alia said Mrs E:. T.nnunt'tte South\ Lot IS, Block 6 . 3 22. 33 1 43
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    have been trying for years to Instill F. A. Smith, Estate Lot Blo'k 6. . . . a.u:. 33 1 00
    1'I t the good road movement into the "When It comes to considering what ''H.J. Brown. . I.ot9and1.Bhx'k( 11. . . 8 21 3i\ 4 4.\ AT THE ADVOCATE.OFFICE ,
    this Urevard ban been done for Florida by her papers, Theo Titus . Lot 2, Block 14 . . .. . 3 2:1: :35 1 83
    l''I' people along coast the high moral I tone of lie press, the excellency 'l'Iwo. 'ritu8. . Lot 8, Block U . . . ;J 22: 33 1 oe
    '.M t county is by no means behind her of every feature and the fact American Cigar 00. Lot 8. Block 17 . . . .'. 8 2:1: ;i5 0 4;
    r 1'j' f sitter counties, and we want to see that not one of them! U receiving the A. H. Owen . Lot 3. nlock 1& . . . . 3 22 83 1 23 "'\: X T WHITE'S CREAM
    :'4 f her right In the fore rank in this patronage In return which they deserve, A. Jackson. . Lot 8, Block 1\1\ :... .. .. . 3 2:1: M 1 oilS ORMS., !!
    r" We and must have the man who mines his voice against the 11. Fisher, Trustt'e. Lot U, Block 10 . . . a 2:1: 3/S/ :2 43 V V. VERMIFUGE
    j respect. want Florida press Is striking a blow at his M. .F. Dwyer. Lot 5. Block 21 . . ., 8 2:1: s.s 1 lA5 Moot In Quantity. eau,la Qiulltr-
    i improved highways, and it is very State and acting the part of an absolute .. . 3 22 35
    9
    If Fu H. :Myer & Co. Lot 7 8 and Block 22. 2 85 '
    t I" I I gratifying to note that our County Ingrate. The Florida press has never ... A. tSlIllth, Estate Lots lb and 11. Block 22. . 3 2'J ::0 1 4. For 20 Years Has Lit all V.orm Remedies. <(1(;

    I, i! Commissioners are alive to this been appreciated as It should be. In H.F.Jolyl'rs&Co.. Lot 12:!. Bloek22.: ... . a 2:1: 33 12.1 S<>X.D i-SY UVX. X> Z>3E .TTGir<3-Xei':X'&.
    'l fact and their utmost to every way It Is far ahead of the press of }[. J.undrum. All ollUock 23.: . . . 3 2:1: 33 3 US pr.p.,Hi by_ ."*. JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louis.'
    are doing
    'L ) any State In the Union according to population O. IHrnb/utlll./ . I.ot.a. Block 25 . . 3 2:1: 33 8.1 --.-.N 'M/VMMM--. -- -"""' *--" -.f .- > w-a"J
    : give us what we have not had heretofore and Is Improving evory day despite .las. Byrd!. . . Lots 10,11 and 12. Block 23 . 8 22 ;35 1 f' I t -good roads along the East the poor support It receives. There B. \V :Nichols. . Lots and IS, Block 2tJ . 8 22 35 1 25 Owner. .
    ''Pi Coast. are too many men In this State who H. B. Archibald. Lot 0.HlockJ"J.: . . . 82:1: 35 05 Description of Land. Sec. T. R. A. Am't.dltlon
    i!I scorn and scoff at their home papers. I.. Lot 23: Robbins .t Graham adoption .
    'j The papers are as necessary to the peopleIn . . . . . 8 22 8dO. 1 3.1 to Titueville. . . 3 22 83 8\ :70:
    I AM English gentleman has obtained these days of advancement as Is the \Y. Origgs . Lots IS, 6 and 7, Bhwk A. Fllth- E. t.. Cardta. . Lot 23. Rt'rdell' addition to

    from the government of Bolivia educational system. The papers are doIng er's addition . . . 8 2:1: 31S 2 75 Titusville; . . . . ? 3 22 :t5 t I5K
    their part In the fight for progres and E. n. Carlile. . Lot 1. Block C. 'Isher' addition P. Hamlllis. . Lot 811, Rt'rtleU's addition to '
    : for a eomp.nyof capitalists good government, and when they makea . . . . 8 22 sa 1 13 Titusville . . : . . 8'22 8j ::1 i :,15S.
    ;. which he has organized, the con.I' statement they are heeded by the few, 1-. :\l: [. Fisher . Lot A. Block C. Jo'lklhtor': addition F. Gray. . . l.ot'4t, Rl'rdell's ad"ltlon to
    cession of a large district in the If not by the m"n)'. The press of Florida . . . 8 22 83; 113 'J'Uusvllle . . . . 3 22 8j q;;
    !: f northern part of that republic. The has never contemplated A trust, and F. 3loore . . South &, Lot 12, J01nt'rvl11e I.Gort'y. .. . Lot ISI, Rt'rdeU's addition to
    boa not even protected Its Interests as it Tltusville . . . . 1 7'
    concession is of a wholesale addition. . . . . 3 22 3.; 2 75 3 22 33
    very should." A. T.: llippard. .. North 4 Lot 11. Joynervilleaddition W. S. Graham.' .. Lot :.5:0:!. Rerdell's addition to

    I f character including among other' . . .. .. 3 22 3d 1 63 TitultVllle . . .. . . 8' 2"J 3j I I I.:'
    1 : things, the governmentof that A PHYSICIAN IIEALEK. Dr. Geo. N. S. Dunklee. . South 34, Lot 16. :ToJ'nerviUe, W. S. Graham.. Lot 00, Rerdell's addition to.Titusville ,

    f !4. section. The territory inclosed! let Ewing a practicing physician! of Smith' addition . . ... .. ... .. 3 23 3i:: 1 65 . . . . 8 22 3j 1 r.W. .
    t i'I'I of the size of Great Britain. Doth (trove Ky. for over thirty years, writes F. Aloore. ... . .. North 36 Lot It!. and all Lot 17, S. Graham. .. Lot 67, RerdeU's addition to
    his personal, experience: with Foley's Kid- Joynervlllea..ltlon.. 8 22 33 2 33 Titusville . . . : 3 2:3: 33 I I;:;
    !i' I $I' Brazil and Peru neighbors to that ney Cure: "For years I had been greatly J. I). Davb. . . Lots 1\1, 20 and West! Ii lot 21, E. G. Harris. . Plat In Book "1" I'age. 505: .
    ,, part of Bolivia, have entered pro bothered with kidney and bladder trou- .loynervllle addition. {, .. 8 2'J 33 3 75 B10'k al13.>. . . . . J\ 22: ss; I 4'3f.
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    1' l tests. Peru claims the territory asker ble and enlarged prostrate glands. I used F. \Ioore. .. . Eat y, Lot 21. and all Lots 22 B. Metzer. ... I..ot4IBlock36 ... . . 3. 22 33; 1 ''j,",
    )''J own and Brazil threatens to everything known to the profession with- and23, i'oJnervllle adllltion. 8 22 M 3 75 E. G. Harrllt. . South 22 acres Government Lot
    ,; out relief, until commenced to use Fo Anna In-Ing.. .. .. Lot 23. subdlvlltiol1 Iotd/ Joy- 1. Sec. 4, Tp. 22: S. R. ME..
    .y .lose to navigation the effluents of ley's Kidney Cure. After taking three nerville addition . . S 22 35 1 25 Described Deed Book "Q," .,
    .I 1 the Amazon through which access bottles I was entirely relieved and cured.I Anna Irving. .. Wedge shape lot South of LotS rage 2:!:!. . . . . 3. 2 J 33 4 '
    ; to it ia had. Surely South Araerlw prescribe 11 now dally In my practice, subdivision Lot au Joynerville -
    I w has a sufficiency of problems and heartily recommend Its use to all addition .. .. 3 2"J 33 I 23; R. E. MIMS, Jr., Tax Collector.The .
    J physicians for such troubles. I have B. Kuhl. .. .. .... Lot IS, Rerdt'II' addition to '::1
    U without thus needlessly multiplying prescribed It In hundreds of cases with Tltunille . .. . 3 22 3J 1 65
    )>I< them.'v perfect success." Sold by Wilson A: Son. B. Kuhl. . . Lots 19; 20 and 21 Rerdell's ad- ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing

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    W H. DaCamera-has his sister, Mra. We have had showers- everyday. for a )[1'. and Mrs. A. Webster", left, on Mon- '--- IVJA.H.: JI3 <>S...

    elen M. Lyon,of New York'city, as his week or more, but strange; to say, the day of last week, for their home In Ohio, GOODE AKvnttur A .Ktna(1OODE.London-Real and Estate Liverpool and Loan and
    uest for a few weeks. mosquitoes are not at all bad. where they will spend a few months. (Ulobn rrnvlilanrn Washington, anil dun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS

    Friday evening, July 25th, the Lake W. P. Cromer, who spent the time during W. U. Harris has had the interior of Interem Insurance.of non-rwBlilenti.Bpooial. attention. paid to the

    orth Band gave a very enjoyable dance the pineapple harvest in this place, his residence remodeled and painted, and --

    n the hall over the co-operative store. left, Sunday night, for Miami. it Is now very convenient and attractiveIn stir Subscriptions for the AI>VOCATK, Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner

    Many of our young society people J. Futcb, brother of Mrs. W. F. Wolfe appearance.Mrs. the pink paper of the East Const will be .

    _ade a trip to Miami on Tuesday to attend came down from Jacksonville, last Sun- \ Crawford, Miss Lillian and Craw. received at tho Melbourne Postofllee.

    the Jubilee Ball. They report hav- day evening, to make a visit of a few ford Hudson, of Pine Bluff( Ark., who Bay and Julia Sts. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
    ,
    jg had a most enjoyable time.Mrs. days. have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Captain West went to :Miami on Mon

    .Arthur Judson and Miss Margaret The Elberta M. Hudson for lIome.time, took advantage day
    : peaches from Fort Valley
    low left on the 24th, for the north, Mrs. and Poweiaville, Georgia, are especially of the excursion to visit the magic Mr. Stark, of Bay View was In townon WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED

    fudson going to Ohio, and Miss Clow to fine this year, and reach us in perfect ,city, Miami, on Monday last. Tuesday. .

    linnesota, to remain, away until fall. condition. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings/, and son PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
    Mr. Castle; devotes a good part of his a
    D. M. well known bicycle Mesdames Wey and MoMullen entertained expect to I leave here to-day (Friday) for time to (lulling.\ Seed Potatoes, Seed l Peanuts and Cow Peas In season
    Is Pottel't t the Bahamas with Capt. the Ladies' Tea Atlantic City, :N. J., where they will
    mo, Club last Wednesday i
    -We
    "Sf solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
    J, D. Ilendrlckson, on the auxiliary afternoon, and the usual good spend several weeks, and from there will The Messrs Benujean continuo to ship
    [ B." Mr. Potter will back time i visit relatives Jlarrlslnirg and Allentown tbelr pineapple crop _.
    bring --
    Emily was eu joyed.( -- --- -- --- --- -- "-
    boat load of pineapple slips. Mr. and Mrs. Will Robinson came Pa, before returning homo. i O. F. r.icliIlRon, of Eau Uallie, was In

    The Lake Worth Band were Invited to down from Ankona on Saturday even- I Our bathing: club is .still flourishing.! i town Saturday: evening Rockledge. Indianola.
    ko In the Jubilee celebration at Ing's train and The regular meeting Tb n rsdny of each i
    part spent Sunday with C. A. 0. Wilkinson, of Sebastian, was In
    Jianil, and left, Sunday evening, with Robinson and family. our week bathers is largely could attended not content, and themselves, many of town on Sutunlay evening Work is being pushed on the new Mrs.' W. S, Norwood has returned to
    Lauffman In command and Conrad
    jbrnldt rof. as !business Miss Frances B. Arnold accompanied with one bathing day uud( have met almost I Capt. Alex. J. Goocte came down from buildings.Fine her home In TItusville. '

    manager. Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Bessey, of Stuart, to dally during the past few weeks Eau Oallio to visit his folks. showers are of daily occurnnce Mrs. ThoR II. Sanders Is spending n

    Conrad Schmidt has been appointed Miami, last Sunday evening, to remain and had a dip In the briny deep. John Minor is home after few and are doing! much good. few day with her daughter, Mrs. E. C.
    ark Commissioner the Council until the I again, n
    by City latter part of this week. I. Johnson
    of Coco
    Vd, although, but a few days have claps- Almost every pineapple grower in this weeks visit to Bayvlew pineapple plantation Pineapples have been very plentifuland .
    I {[I since his appointment, the Park: al- Pineapple shipping Is a thing of the vicinity is now busy preparing to increase very cheap this season. 1'hllllScluaylol"'. pony, Dandy, hats'
    f ady shows much improvement. Mr. past. All of the crop Is gone except a his acreage, as much as the quantity of, Homer t'onkllngcamo up from Sebastian Mrs J. S. Coats and daughter Miss boon sold ton.. party in TItusville.\ We
    hmldt Is the right man for the place, few fancy pinos. It has been a long, hard plants available wljl permit. Owing to Satu relay; to spend a few days here Annie Gideon, were among the excursionists bespeak' a kitrtl word for Dandy from. his
    id his push and perseverance -will ac- season, and we are glad it Is over. I the long; and exceptional dry season the with his home folks. to Miami on:\unllay.Tbero new owners, as he was a great pot with
    supply of plants will bo unusually high, his master here.
    !>mplish attractive results. Archdeacon B. F. Brown conducted
    as so few will be offered for sale Rev Stuart-Martin, of Merrltt, was In Is a demand for carpenters In
    i service at St. Paul's church last Sunday. Melbourne from till Work has ooinmenoe-1 on the John L.
    Geo. W. Potter with Mrs. Potter and Saturday Monday, this vicinity. All resident knights of the
    argery have moved Into tbe countryr morning, and the Rev. F. W. Weather I This week will end the regular pine- I the guoHt of Hotel Bellevue. hammer have all they can attend to. Crawford house. The old dining-room ,
    a few weeks.. Their temporary home wax preached morning and night at the i apple shipping season, and many thousand ; and kitrhlng is to be moved away and k
    ''it In the Branning district southeast of Congregational church. crates of elegant fruit have left this Miss Grace Cumming has returned Mrs. R L. Geiger: and baby, of South turned Into packing house, and the
    ,
    ' place during June nud July. The sizes from her visit to Seabreeze. We are always Rockledge, left on Tuesday for a few main house will undergo a thorough
    "hens" remark
    |>wn. Tbe pertinently : Mrs. Lamont who has been
    visiting
    have averaged larger, than for several : glad; to see our neighbors return. day's visit with her sister at Palm llench. overhauling and
    4[We hope some day to got a snap shot In this place for some time, returned to repairing.
    I these two bank officials a-top of a her home at White City, last week. Mrs.' years, and never before have so many William Foe came up from Fort Pierce Postmaster Wilson, of llockledgo, was The cattta owners of this section were
    loaded with for James G pines been sold f. o. h. cars here as have and returned there on Monday. We are the number who to Miamion
    . agon produce, making Way accompanied her, and is been this among went out four days last weok, rounding np
    her season, both in carload" 1 lots always glad to see Will's bright face lie will Fri-
    wn. enjoying stay very much. and also In small lots which Monday. return to-day, their cattle for branding and marking. t
    were consolidated -
    p[Mrs. J. Don C. Morris left, on Wed nes- Why will people go on railroad excursions In Jacksonville. This resulted among nit. day.Mrs. They should have been sent out sooner,
    ( ky, for New York city, via Clyde line, in July? There should be a law In our growers, selling at satisfactory ,Miss M.ittlo; May poke left on Mondayto E. W Schuyler, who haw been a to have secured the much-needed rain
    fir a short stay, and will visit her old against women going with little children. prices, and getting their money on delivery visit relatives lnPalatka, and Macon, guest of her daughter for a month past, that always seems to accompany their
    b$>me in Joiliet Illinois, before return- They start from home In the morning so' of fruit. Judging from the present Ga. Her father: accompanied her as far will return to her home at Malabar today trip to the woods.

    jig to West Palm Beach. Mrs. Morris!\ pretty and sweet, in white dresses and outlook, at least ninety per cent of our as Palatk.i; returning home on Tuesday Friday 'r A brace of accidents" happened last

    1)11) be greatly missed, as she and the bonnets. When they get home at night fruit will bo sold next season, f. o. b. evening. Mrs. E. M. BreoH1n enjoLftA'ller visit week whereby-'though no bones wero }
    A nial "Don" keep open house the year they look so tired, dirty and cross, and curs hero, to reliable dealers In tho largo Miss Civllle Mlms, Bonaventure Miss at Philadelphia, while MI.a. Uertle Is broken-both G. W. Hchuyler and A. 8.Humphreys .
    r und, "and "many there are that got the poor mother Is completely worn out. cities, who will then be able to control Lucilo Drake, Malabar; Miss Lena Conk- singing "Little Miss Lonesome," while Imvo suffered much pain
    oreln. But on the other hand, a bad change; is the markets to a groat extent. ling, Ttllman; and William Fee, of Fort sho keeps house for her fat her, and inconvenience, Tha former, In crossing
    I Mr.- and Mrs. E. E. Geer left on the better than no change for a woman, and Pierce, wore welcome guests at the the river In his sailboat, was struck
    li th for their old home, Union City, la. they forget all the unpleasant part, and The entlro community wan delighted Literary, last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. GIIIICral.and children by the boom and, falling across the center
    to learn of the of of the
    1 >sides their infant son. Marlon, little think only of the pretty country through S. J. Tibbals purchase a part hereby The Literary Society met \last Friday left on Sunday: for week's visit with board, hurt his left side. The latter
    Sflss Dorothy Dean accompanied them. which they passed, and the !beauties of Homer M pineapple Eaton plantation: evening at the home of Mrs. H. O. the family of Mr. Glngrns' sister, Mrs. foil through the joist 1 In J. R. M\]lot's
    r. Geer Is the of M. the plnces they visited. /Still when they a very prominent A. J. Canova, at West Palm Reach house also .
    popular manager : banker, of ilnesville, O. The purchasewas Snodekor. MUs Barnes gave two select now striking his left side
    Oruber's hardware department. Ills are safely at home again, the sigh: of relief made through W. 11. Harris, of this recitations, mad assisted by John :Nicholson Mrs. Chun.: W. Bolton and baby. severely
    turn will be eagerly sought for, as by makes the window curtains shake. week, on' Saturday of lust week. The furnished most of the muslo for the Charles Alfred, of Malabar, came to Wo understand that four of Courtn-

    j courteous treatment and general Our colored friends have had several plantation was divided up a short time evening. Mrs. Tomploton sung n very Rockloilge on Friday to visit with her nay's young, people bad a very narrow
    liability he has won hosts of friends. sweet song: Fred Fee's "Girls"was friend Mrs. J. L. Wilson, with whem from
    heated arguments lately. Last Saturday ago Into live-acre building lots and offered paper on escape drowning last :Saturday:
    By the promotion of Wm. II. Spitzerthe evening sfveralMlcanopy darkles had a for sale. Already two lots have been well compound and well rend-It wasgood. she staid until Sunday! then went to morning. A party of them had been
    office of vice-president of the First difference of opinion, which resulted in sold, and a 30-day option taken on two Mrs O. J. F. Campbell gave an Cocoa to visit with, Mrs. Shaw and others. over to Oceanus and broke camp on the
    lational Bank, of Miami, West Palm a cutting: affray, and one of them had others. Other sales Are liable to occur enjoyable humorous rending, and Rev. returning home Tuesday. above morning. While crossing Dnnanu
    Jeach looses a valuable citizen. Mr several places which needed stitches and In a few weeks"" aud many now cottageswill Templeton furnished his full share of the Quite number took In the excursionto river they wero caught/ In a squall. One
    Spitzer has been connected with the Dade adhesive planter. Sunday morning, at be built. Tibba's fast growing as amusement for the evening. Miami, and a number took advantage; boat being too heavily loaded, swamped,
    County State Bank, at this place, for the Trinity Baptist'! church (colored), favorite health and winter resort, as of cheap fates to visit other southern and hud] It not been for tbe MC'l'onllboat;
    fight years, and he and his estimable several of the good "brederen" got into well as a place for paying investments.Five Foloy's Kidney Cure will once Brlght's points along the railway. There were reaching thorn in time, a very end endingto
    wife will be greatly missed. Mr. Spitz. discussion over the Sunday School les acres of pineapples will, when prop Disease; will cure Diabetes; will cure eight passenger coaches Monday's No. a pleasant outing might have been the
    's resignation takes effect August 13th. son. They talked and they talked, until erly cared for, turn out on an average of Stone In Dinkier; will cure Kidney and :I l.\ which number was Increased to eleven result As It Is, 'live bicycles, all the
    congratulate Miami.oley's one got so excited he grabbed the other l.SiO) crates of fruit, and this eoeaon some Bladder diseases) Sold by Wilson & Son. by the time it arrived at Miami. bedding and good clothes of the party
    by the throat, and.choked him until bill have gathered II1Iph: as ... o crates froman lie at the bottom of Banana river
    Kidney Cure will cure all dices tongue stuck out. Still:: he was not con- acre, which netted the grower for his .Rockledge had a little excitement in
    arising from disordered kidneys or vinced. He went home, pulled off his entire crop $1.00 per crate f. o b.; but Eau Gallic. the shape of A runaway on Wednesday A FEW APPLICATIONS: of Hancock's
    dder. Sold by B. li. Wilson & Son. Sunday clothes, put on overalls and the average fruit will probably net this forenoon. John Moore hitched up Mr.Sebriog's Liquid Sulphur will cure any case of
    jumper, and came back, ready to fight, season about 1.73, on the whole. This horse which had not been In Ground Itch, at B. H. Wilson & Sora'a.IlANCOCK'S .
    but the rest of the good brothers took a In why capitalists are fast coining hero. Heavy rains In this section during the harness since the 7th of May, and started
    Stuart. hand and the fight was declared off. past week. down the road with him, and when he
    got ln front of the store the horse took LIQUID SUU'IIURourell
    CONSUMPTION THREATENED. New growth on all citrous trees since the bits In his teeth and started, rusbtd Prickly Heat In one application, at B.
    "I had diabetes In Its worst form," "I was troubled with a hacking( coughfor the recent heavy rain-fall, around the corner and Barton avenue It. Wilson Son's drug store.
    D. Young of Jensen was In town, writes Dunreath Ind. "I up ,
    Marion Lee of
    a and I thought 1 had .
    your coiisinnp. Miss Benito Hopkins U visiting Mrs. turning John and the seat Into the street, s
    nday.Ir. tried eight physicians without relief. lion," says C. Linger, :211 Maplo Street James King this week. little further on he ran Into the protection JCHAL ESTATE< FOIL SALE.
    Comer, of Eden, has been In town Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure Champaign, III. "I tried a great many fence In front of liattenfleid's
    oral days this week. made me a well man." Wilson Son. ItaJf H. L. Jordan Is froman -
    suffering
    remedies and I was under the care of place and demolished both the fence and As Administrators of the Estate of
    JenJ. Craft and Mr. Gillesple went on nh)slclnns' for several months. I used one acute attack of rheumatism. the wagon, freeing himself he rushed on, William Treutler, deceased, We offer at!
    i excursion to Miami, Tuesday. White City. bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; It curedme The Fly-by-Nlgbt U. on Hodgson'sways but was stopped before he reached the private sale the following.. described Real
    and I have not been troubled( since. being overhauled and painted. hill. Estate. >i lnnirlnor to said Estate)
    fertilizing: pineapples Is the work now Sold by B. K. Wilson A Son. ----- L Sold. n

    i hand, and our growers are hard at It. S. P. Christensen Is setting out nursery took Quite In a the number excursion of Eau to G Miami alii e'l citizens and re Foley's Kidney Cure Is a medicine free No.No. 3. All of HI of NK}, Section :31, d

    : Woodward will build verandas stock. turn. from poisons and will cure any case of Township 27 South, Range 37 East, covered
    uund his handsome residence, this. Reader subscriber tbe Sebastian.We kidney -disease that In not beyond the with water, lying In said Eau Oallle
    mmer. are you a to The Alex. :Near well-driving outfit returned reach of medicine. Wilson & Hon. River and Eau Oallle Bay, containing
    ADVOCATE ? If not why not ?
    to Kau Oallle
    on Monday last In
    about :10:!< less.
    sores, more or
    & Mlddleton's fine launch the
    Dupont < Mr. Garrett has moved his family to are glad; to see Henry Redding; out tow of a launch. No. n. /Sold.
    zel D. rail.y
    Lane's marine
    was out on
    Tuesday., Fort Drum, and will-soon follow again: and so" much Improved In health. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Watts are still off Georgiana.Mrs. No. 4. That portion of SW (, Section

    Mrs. Henry Larsen has been to St. Mrs. Murray Hall and children are at on their vacation. Mr. Watts' place Is Township: !H Mouth. Range 87 East,
    8.1. 8. LeFlls, representing Benedict, Augustine to have her treated.Mr. home again, after a delightful visit to filled by K.: I. Ditto.A \ commencing at a point 870 feet West from
    I eyes Dull Munson and son Guy were
    & Co. Jacksonville In ,
    yllak was our relatives at :Seville. Northeast corner post on J.i\ Section line
    ( wn, Tuesday. Wey, of Eden, was the guest of launch, owned by the L. W A I. R. In Cocoa on Saturday. ss aforesaid anti 110! feet South of said >{

    Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kltchlng and Mr. Lamont on Saturday and Sunday. S. Kltchlng and wife, C. B. Smith, wife Fish and Ice Co., was on Hodgson's ways MU Beatrice Sanders, of Indianola; Section line for a stalling point, thencerun
    and baby, and :Scott Braddock, went to this week being overhauled. South 4'2: loot thence East 100)
    Lighter and Miss' Myrtle Burchtiel were culling feet
    Miss visited friends number
    fosephine, Quite a of our people went to Miami the excursion. I
    ] Eden, Sunday. Miami to attend the anniversary and on Our townsman, Alex. Near, has lust upon Miss Eva Owen on Monday. thence South 420 feet, thence West to
    Little Agnes Kltchlng spent the day completed a four-Inch artesian well at Section line, thence North 8Ii8 ft, thence
    .
    3. W. Corbett has the frame work ofother jubilee.Mr. with Julia Hall, Monday. These two Sebastian for the I. U. A L. W. Fish and Uncle Hughle has 13 trees of the finestmangoes East 717 feet, more or less, to a point Id)
    [ launch started, which he will : and Mrs. A. Christensen was the little tots are great friends. Ice Co. ever grown In this section. One feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
    )ild for his own use.. guest of Mr. and Mrs. I.ockhar& last mango measured (10113; h,., and weighed Harno, thence South liO( feet, thence
    John Matcliett after spending several :Mr. and Mrs. Henry U. ifol son left 13 ounces.
    i !Sunday. East 7fiO feet to West side of F. !C. ,C.
    1 r. and Mrs. Chas. McPherson and the months In Tampa, Is home again to the New York on Tuesday, via Clyde stenm-
    Mr*. Luna Ifalnltn and daughter MI.aEI..I. Railway right of-wsy, thence North on
    ildren made a pleasure trip to Palm Copious rains have gladdened the ship Arapahoe, for Jacksonville en route ,
    of his fil ,a delight many .. West side of F. K.: C.
    Railway right-of-
    ach this were pleasant callers at Mesdames\
    during the week. hearts of everybody and revived the to pluce. t
    Rob Roberta Is quite a successful fish While, !liowen, Hall, Bruner and Hughes way 00 feet, thence Enst to point of beginning
    JMr. and Mrs. A. K. Kruger and chlldjn parched vegetation. erman. Re catches over one hundred Strolling. uattla have been breaking Into on Thursday.J ; excepting rwllroad right-of-way
    left, a few days ago, for Canada. Mr. Miss Lizzie Bensen and Miss Carrie pounds of trout per day, with two> lines. Walden grove, and !Mr. Surater, the through. said laud. Containing about Sift!
    fuger: will visit Germany before return Jensen have returned from Grant, where "Where there U a will there Is away." caretaker, has been electing wire fencesto W. limner and daughter, Miss Win. acres Including the 'ounty road. This t
    home. they have been visiting friends. keep them out. ole, are visiting Orandnm Dixon for a tract has. A young !grove of S Harry Sample took a party of young tow on nn eto.No
    :lIre. Morris Johns and children arrlv- Mrs. Jensen's and Mrs. Oustafsen's people In his launch to the ocean beach, C. J. Young Is painting Ms new" residence eumpiervdthowlilpmet.tof. pineapples 5. Begin at Southeast corner ef
    from North Carolina, Sunday night. families attended a birthday party at the Saturday afternoon. Of course, bathingwas on Young street, and building a and U Inking a few days inucu-uueded lot owned J. L Harrlsun
    |Icy have been away several months, residence of Mrs. Carlsen last Thursday.Mrs. the main attraction, as It always Is. kitchen wing at the north end to be used as a rest.Mr. .1 now, thence, or formerly run ,j South across by Elbow- 1
    (king recreation in the mountains. and dining-room.
    Lamont has returned from Eden .. Daisy lUldwln; who has been visiting llosmer J.- Allen and daughter creeK to North boundary of land belong
    jllotel Bessey closed on July 25th, and and Jensen, where she had been visiting Mr. and If... Bonle, left, Sunday: The heavy thunderstorm of Sunday MUs Mabel, and her' cousin; Miss. ItuthiAllen ing to Win. Treutler, thence Rose': along
    111 bo closed until fall, while Improve- for over two weeks. Mrs. Way accompanied morning, for New Smyrna. Mr Bald. last played havoc with our telephone came down from Dsytona one Uy J 4 /Section line which Is the North boundary .
    'nts are being made on the building. her here. win made many friends during her visit wires, but Alex. R, Hodgson had them I last week, In their launch, visited relatives of Wm.Trmitlar's land to North bankof
    l. Bessey will build verandas, etc., inno Mr. Austin has returned from his here, and we trust she will coma again. all In working/ order by 10 o'clock a. m. a few days, and then left for Jensen Elbow creek, thence West along bankof
    near future. Jensen where on Monday.An where the young ladles will keep said creek to point of beginning, being I
    at
    pineapple plantation Alex Near who has just finished putting house fur their father. In Section ill, Township 27 South, Range
    tOapt. Fischer, of TItusville, spent sev- he boa been for several weeks. His numerous down an artesian. well for the Indian enjoyable dance was held In the respective 37 East. This Itnll. covered with the
    hi days, lately,cruising on the St.: Lucie friends'are glad to see him here River and Lake Worth Fish and Ice Co., Avllah rooms. on Friday evening last. waters of the creek.
    l-er In his beautiful catboat the Elise again. left Monday for Eau Oallle, Harry Sample About twenty couples were present, and Lotus No. (d.> Sold
    D, which Is the roost handsome eatboat The two new top buggies rumor gave: towing his house-boat with launch. the music was supplied by Messrs. Hop No. 7. Commence about 0 chains 85
    | southern waters. have arrived Geo. Beck enjoying kins and Thompson. -
    us, The following commercial men were links West from Northeast coiner of
    sociable and Ice cream supper will one and Fred Christensen the other. It vloitlngjour merchants this week E. E. A number of Melbourne citizens were Wilkinson Bros paid Resins a visit Section :UO/ on Section line between Stations
    held at Stuart on Friday evening next, Is astonishing how the ladies smile when Grimes, with Doty & StoweCo.; J. H. In EauGalliaon' Sunday last, attending last Sunday. 17 and 20, run Went chains 13: links,
    gust: 8th. Everybody invited to at- they meet these two young men. Let'lIa, with Benedict, Pollak: A: Co.; II. the services at the Baptist: church on Miss Mary WlttfeM) of thence South 10 chains 54 links, thence
    Oeorglana
    d. The proceeds will towards im- : Highland avenue. The party came South go Mr. W. R. Hardea was out here last E. Lester, with ChrlaU -Gruover Drug up vuis" visiting friends In this last
    ving the roads and street of the town. week, making arrangements to Lava his Co.: ; 8. II. Happersette, with !S.: B. Hub. In Capt. Martin's launch Dream.A week. / burg to Rail Oallle River, thence follow the
    *wlll be given under the auspices of the nursery stock shipped. The many friends' bard & Co ; and U. H. Pitzer, with Pope number of tbe friends of Mrs. A. 1C.Hodgson shore of Eau: Oallle River In an Easterly
    lage Improvement Society. i ieader of Mrs. II. are sorry to learn that she Is & Laurin-ail of Jacksonville. visited her on the anniversaryof The heaviest rain this summer fell on dlrectjon to apolntdueSouth from placeof

    If you want to move and go to i going to.>> the hospital for treatment. her birth, and presented some lovely deal Sunday of ,good.doing orange groves a great beginning beginning containing, thence north 0 acre.to, more point or of

    ood locality, come to Stuart; we want Lawrence Christensen Is going to raise Jiiit Look at Her souvenirs as a token of their friendshipand less and known as the Kitchell place.
    Ni all a citizen. We offer you pineappled oranges if anybody can, for ha Is exca- good wishes. Theerenlng was plead- Quite number of our farmers are No. 8. :NE>4 of Section 28, Township
    from $10 to $300 per acre. Tomato vating for the bills and throwlug out the Whence came that sprightly step, rich, antly "passed until 11:30, when the company preparing/ seed bed, cabbage, tomatoes 27 South, Range :1)7 East, ('ontalnlnJtIO/
    fed I can be bought from the State for strata of black soil which people mistake rosy complexion, faultless skin, smiling departed to their various homes. and pepper. acres, less railroad rightofway.No. .

    LiO per acre, which Is just as good as for hard.pan, and which Is supposed faae. She look good, feels gmxl.; Here's Miss Newell, of Illinois, will have the 1)1' and Mri. Capron were the guests 0. N\V>X of Section 2S, Township
    ere is In Florida. You can boy a town. to prevent the tap-root from going her.:secret. She uses Dr. King's New Life charge of School No. S (Eau CUllIe) this of Dr. Chamber and family, of Georgian 27 South, /Range 37 EMI, containing 100
    I on nice, high land, with good drinkt : down, and also to hold the water. Pills. Result headaches active, digestion : coming season. Ulss Newell comes with last Tuesday.The acres, less railroad right-of-way.
    water and plenty of shade trees form good, no no chance for the recommendations
    *:O to 'KX> a lot, within i of a mile Ali ....Ine..." Try them yourself. Only 23c.; highest and and as to edict' : guava crop at this place Is heavy No. 10. 4:J 00-100 acres, less railroad
    Were Saved. ency, ability experience: we
    |tbe railway depot, telegraph office, eras ;- at II. K. Wilson A Son's drug store. dict for her a successful, season pre and this summer; but they ant law, as the rlffht-ofwavr being part of Lot 1 and ofNEV t
    office, postofttce, church, school "For years I suffered such until misery I extend: a hearty very welcome to Miss :Newell ,guava have not began to ripen yet. !: ; of NW>.\ Section S, Township: 27
    pise, and stores, and Ja mile from a from bronchitis," write..1. U, Johnson, I For Sale. la advance. C. f.. Walker has the best-looking South, Range 37 East, known. J. L.
    mill, where you can buy good lumber of Broughton, Ga., "that often I was unable have Stewart place.
    trees around here.
    i and when orange we seen :No. 11. Lots 17 and 1\ block Town
    one hundred fifty car to work. Then, everythingelse ,
    shipped If has
    this summer, and are failed, I was wholly cured by Dr. An Ideal home on Indian lUver; about Shatter nil Itecord: a a poultry yard among them. of Eau Oallle. '

    paring to plant one hundred and fifty King's :New Discovery for Consumption.My seven acres of land; good house, painted Twice In honplul. F. Gulledge,Verbena Remember, tbe ADVOCATE: Is one of No. 12.: Lot 1, block 4, Town of Kan
    es of tomatoes this fall. Come and wife suffered Intensely from asthma, and in good repair" fruit trees, shade Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors to the largest anti most newsy papers along Oallle. Quit claim deed for this only-
    > us, and see situation for yourself. till It cured her, and all our experience: trees, tropical shrubs and flowers. A core a severe case of piles, canning 24 tumor the East Coast. Do you subscribe for held under Tax Title. ,
    " goes to show It Is the best croup media never falling spring of pure water. Price *. When all failed, Buckleu's Arnica I It, reader? For prices and terms address,
    J |(any persons In this community are cln In the world." A trial will convince moderate, !good\ reasons for selling. For Salve soon cured l him. Subdues Inflammation F. A. MOKOAN( and W. H. JONES; ,

    ering from kidney complaint who yon It U unrivaled for throat sad lung further particulars, address, conquers notice, kills pains. Foil CUTS,BUKNS AND: OPEN SORES At Administrators of the Estate of Wm.
    "lid avoid fatal results by using.Foley's diseases. Guaranteed bottles 50c and '1. L. W. C., Best salve in the world. 2.', ct*. at B. li. usa Hancock's Liquid Sulphur/ at B. R. Treutler, deceased.
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    ',"t." .": telling me." t. '.I "THE EAST COAST of FLORIDA TcrJI I

    He wrote the address almost blindly is PARADISE REGAINED. ,

    ; --- He suddenly knew-that she cared. I : &8 t

    I, ,i 1 Silently ho banded her the card. Ue IwIIy. \ i

    : j, dared She not thanked trust him himself.euyly to-speak.women can r :; FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. ji I II

    I'' Ii ., 4.\
    ',, do such thlnRs-then hurried out to I
    '
    bide the tears lu her eyes. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8 '
    She cried all the way borne. When o9 hfea 1902,

    she reached her room, she looked at .f :
    SOUTHBOND-READ! DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ
    UP
    r the card be had given her. She lookedat '
    .
    R 4 It again mechanically then eat No. 39JNO. 35 MAIN LIME. No. 78No.3i'|

    ; down and studied It Intently. : t Dally|Dally Dally> |Dal.yl. |!

    After dinner she banded It to her fa 4 .
    tber."I ?" (i7 Cyry 8 OOp'lOlBa I, LT.. ....................Jacksonville............ .......,.A,. T Sip 8te.1
    0 03 P 10 liU a Lr....................S<>.Jacksonv1lle..Lv J' ,
    I want you to read thIs,"'' she said !'' t, t, q N 18p[liaoa .......................St. AulfUitlu ....................... 8 III p T to" k45p1403p
    : knees .,, Ctp a .........................Hastings.. ........,................. 61 p 7 Ma1Ma v I
    !1' 8 of and. dropping ou her beside him. e 00 p U18p ........................ltnst: Palatka........................ 4 0 p 1 r;
    i { Oranges require to 10 percent she laid her soft flushed cheek against I, 33p 13: 04p .... .................... Neoa ......................... 1 1 p J ells ;
    IO top 1091,. ..........................Bunnelll.: .......................:. t Otp 6Ma ,
    I' ;H 4 Actual Potash. his. &a BJI p .......................... Impont........................... 87|h' 6 ems i e
    He adjusted his, glasses carefully a nil ; I lap I II mB19P .........................Ormond..................... ..... 1 p IIIa .!
    read yrl II: a I 19 1" ..........................Daytona.. ......................:.. i 13 p 11112.r'' '
    The value of Potash for : ama ]' 1101 .._....................Por.Orange........................ 1 ,
    oranges Monthly Income ....... .................. 1100Expenses I Ml Q20P........'..............Sew Smyrna.II111. ....................... 1 t7 I' 4 Ma 'II:'
    is an established fact. We have : .J I- ...... 9ISP ..........................Oak .......................... /2p..... !;.J
    SUp ......................... Tl tusYille......................... ....... -I
    i/ome interesting pamphlets on Board and room.................... 143OiirHihai. soap ............................coooa. ......................... I tOp ....... .
    in in,,!.. ......1........... .- X f .! t 01 P ..... ............ . ....... 311111kledee ....... .
    1 orange growing, which we send Laundry ............................. \8 1 r 0 480p.....:.:..................EauGallie..Melbourne.. .:.::.::.::._....:...::: 12 49 p ...,... ...:
    1 f free to all applicants. Car fare ............................. \8oigai'ii I fa!! .tUp ......................... ......................... 1t lip...... ,
    ,, .............:......; rx ...........................Sebastian........................ U Mat ....... '
    GERMAN KALi WORKS Bend ii .in,............ ....... '; soap ..........................8t. Luole. ......................... 06 a....,.. Sups
    N.J...u Si., New York. mother .n. 18ThgntEr v. e 201' .......................Fort Pierce........................ 11 00 a046a ....... ar
    d $3 .......:....!.......... ....... 8C: p e Up .........................White City......................... ....... $r
    BiijJllB| 111......ii.....,.i.i..ii.j. 8'XPlm.ti.rn.nl. Tri-IYeekly Sailings. A fl lp ..........................Tlbbala............................ 083 a .... 1
    ......................i 8 X i
    : 1528a.::

    ; : Free and Total .................................-896 BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling ....... .........:.::............... ........... ...... ......... l .......

    t Accented + Masons. Florence Ludluw l Oatnere Florence Oa- e44! f.
    y 1100 per. Damn. M ....... Up .................Weat Palm 8 68 a ....... 1>1'
    : at Charleston S. C., both ways) ....... .................... :Boynton.......................... 8 Ma........ .6.
    Next day Frederic Osmere receiveda ....... 93p.....................Ft. Laaderda.. ] ..................... 7 a5 a .......
    ti letter Inclosing a card that made him The Finest in the Coastwise Service ..... 021p ......................Lemon City...................... .. 6 S8 a...,.....
    Indian No. 90Titusvllle hot: and cold by turns. On one side was Steamships .. ..:; ,030p.Ar. ........ ...............Miami............,......, .... Sam. .......

    the address of his, friend the .violinist, 'Lines. :BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON) TRAIN 85 AND 78.
    1 The Clyde New England and Southern
    1 ; River. on the other-
    ; I He dropped bis bend In his hands Direct Service Between BRANCH LINES SCUEDULES.Ne. .

    'j Lodge. rrFlorida.. I and a (choked soh broke from him. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
    : I'' Holiln It* meetings tli.noconit, and' fourth I'n.I'd. 1.On' 87Dally. H..65 N..53 Ho.49 Ne.47 FAIiATKA. Me.48 No.48 He. BO Ne. 84 Ne,
    .y of each month a' the late Armory, Tltiis- 'She hnd It-his pitiful little Lally Dally Daly Daily B4LNOLI. Daily Lally Dally Lally i ildly
    ,I Tllle at T:30) o'olot-k n. m. reckoning! lie loved her no.' And she (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
    I J.R. Walker, Wonhlpftil Maiter.. ; 89 p A 35 p J 85 L Lr Falatka ArAr 6 XO a T IS i a LI 43 p B 88 p Np
    : ,I How Nht' trust dexplne. him! A' mo 8EMI-WEKKLY: SAILINGS Iouthbound. 480pllSObp| 6 4 E.PalaiknLr 600
    CO a
    I J.T.H.Gander.Junlor.L.Carruther Senior Warden.Warden. ment's ........................ .."...... ......... .... ............From Lewis. Wharf Boston p 906p a Seaa1315p i 505p BrNe
    j w J.U.JJI.on..l.r."u.'. weakness then he gritted his Northbound........................... ., .. ..........from loot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville 87 Mo.4S Ne.48 Na,6tLilly
    *.1 ,j'' V. A. Morgan, Kecretar)'. tef'tb'alld ,read the note that accompanied tally BAIT MATEO BBAJTOH. brlly I Lill,
    J.A..Hiighen,Cha damn. the card.
    II J. B.Scrsven, Henli 1)1' Deacon.. 'St. Johns River Line. a LIT.......................East Pnlatka........................,.Af I '
    ,I .I '. K. IC. Mime, Jr., .luiiuir' Deacon. Dear Fred-You foolish boy! I hate Clyde 7.3610 I it l Ar .. .... .,.. ....... .....Ban Matro.....,.,. ............;Lv I I ft "alii l
    : : j H. O. V..nlan..tllth..II.. rVmlor Steward.F. heater and auppers." and I have all thenow.r. Line.
    tl.! .M. Steward.. (DeHary ) No. 23Bator'y Ne. 8 Nolit
    Junior Ne. 19Untly
    Taylor I want. Ir you are not too "bu.y"coma
    Ne. at Ne. 17 No. B MATPORT No. 18 He. 20PUly No. 22JJMtly
    W.Hubert BETWEEN JA'JKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. '
    i 4 1 1' Tyler. up IPIto\ evening I-oh. Fred how ft Sun L ). Pal.y EYnt n (< Ban'
    i iJ' could' you I tHP sd stupid topping at Palatka Actor, St. Francis Kere"for When Mrs. Frederic Osmere's father *on the at.John'*Hi ver. 'TIO p > P 00 y V to Lv aukaonvUia Ai i T OOa 340a 5 p BTJpDixie 9 7Ip
    "LOUISE." C. H. BROCK.IS 413p !s08p 988s SJackeon'IfeLv 8 C3a 8 3 1 IIT
    I STEAMER Capt. 98ep a Slip2033p
    : : On ( Side took bin son-in-law Into business with 114p 39 p I 40 p :10 10 a Pubm Hach 620a e00a1120p 580p 3tlp
    ', : heather him be sold wltb ft chuckle: APPOINTED TO BAIL A3 FOLLOWS: 29 p 5 3) p 43 p 10 15 i a" Atlantic Bell 6 13 aOOOn 68.1 16 p 6 16 p 8 iSp
    i ( Leave Foot Catherine' Stre.t.Jaok.on.me, ., ............... ..Tnentlayi, and Saturdays at GOO p.m.Leave 4p 6ilp IOOpIlOeOaAr| Mayport LT T40n 101m QIO I221p
    "You'll make your mark all right my Sanford ..... .............. .. ..... .". ...... ...... ....Mondals Thursdays. 5uOa.m.
    .t bov.> If much force Into Flyer Route Sleeping Caroperated train*Band XI.No. .
    ; I ItCopyrlght. : you put as ;your
    H i !i'/ ;' 100%Company. by the] S. S McClure business as you put Into that damn!" Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.

    I lie went o\cr It again Useless! VICNE:- KENNEDY.TO :- :-: A.o.HAGERTY. Kasfn Pull. Agt.. IRONMONGER: ,.me.AsetOen.Paee.Agt.! belly. 11 BA.NFOHDBJiAWCK Ne.Dally 12 j Dally No. 2 ( Daily No. 1 ( OKA.NOB CITTBHAJtfOU I Dully No. 2 Duly No,4
    I t f r IU\ Suit St., New York 2M Went Bay Bt..Jacle"on.Ule.Fla.
    Ii ,i The Income atrctfbiHl not. nor did the CURIO: A COLD IN ONE DAY THOS. D.HALEY, Local Freight Al ent. C. P. LOVELL, A not. Fla. Bupt.. 7 OS a.T Lv.,...Xitu8Tilie..A- JS2 P 1 08p-l| lOaiLv..N. Gwr na.Ar 5 15 p 1P
    I output dwindle. There.. It stood foot Koran? BE Jacksonville Fla. Foot Hogan rtt, .facknonTllle.Fla. is a l'V..Mime, ......Lv 1 07 p 89 P H >1 a !, ....Lake Arlen.t .-..Lv 3'p 441p
    Ji I. : Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville Fla.; 8 Oil a, Lv..Oste.n..Lv II MaHSOa 00 ptl, 89 Lv..Orange Clty..Lv 10 p 411p
    \, > ;Monthly Income ..............,............ |ioo All druggists refund the money If It falls TIIEO. O. KOKK, General IManairer.VM.. f CLY1: 1t'O.: Ueneral Agents. 8 Me, LT..Entrrprlee..I.v 00 p 1148 a UrtOui>ge City: Jai.L, 36 p 4 Up
    .'[:xp.nnae-. to ouie. E. W. Grove's signature Is on Cbeeebrougli Building ID\ State St., Opposite Battery Park New York. 980a A"......9snoM.Lvit00a ,

    , I t | Eonrd and room..,........,.,...... U3i each box. 23cta.: C. II. WALTONAgent, Tltusvllle, Fla. These Time TaM.8 how the time at whi"h trains mar be expected to arrlra and dept
    I h i Lunches ............................. o __ __ ___ from thes.veraist.tlonu.bu.their arrival departure nt tna t4me eUttetlltnol truaranKnl
    I : i Laundry ............................. 5 u for, does ta*Company hold Itch responsible for nay delay or any eoneeqiuno .riaiug tbtre-
    :, ) I Car far ......,.,.,.............,..., 5 The Toulon and the Embden.The from
    Cigar ..... ..,........................ 3 two beat known varieties of
    ) 1 Bend mother ......................., 13 reeds of the eoose ,are the Toulouse SE :B<>. .. D Peninsular end Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
    1 Theater .............................. g and The: Embden Is without
    I I ,I'\! '''I Suppers ... .......................... g Embden, AIR LINE RAILWAY. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA
    . S}! Flower. .,.:..... ................. 3 doubt the best market goose. Its plum.
    i I ( I age Is white; bill feet and legs orange SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.LT. .

    'f :f \i"" ,Total................................. }46JT colored. They attain a large size. Emb- : damnMaos.wrd...................hi Sip LT. narina, Tue*. Thuri .................10 (IIIJ
    1 J lIe hail figured rlinwly.' Ho might len ganders 8\1.1otlm'(1.Jt'I'd.! full grown Capital City Route. Ar. Key Went Tar*. TburiLT. ...............13 10 pAr. Key w..t,Tu...Thu1'8................ 13p!
    Key West TUP*. ThnrsAr. ...............730p Lv. Key. West Tn...Thuri.............. 7 O 0)rl) |
    f 1 I 11 mnuage If she could wear fig leaves, inre iittulned to thirty pounds weight -The Shortest Route. HnyitTmVfA*. Frl..... ............. GOO" Ar M lama.. Weds. Fri.................... 60i,
    1' but- while ;\KOHlltiKB have reached twenty For copy of Local Time Card addres any Ages
    f' each when fed for exhibition The Best Line.
    I pounds :
    i lIe scratched the 'Iiors-no Improvement J. D. :RAHNER, Aaat. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
    )iirx> )"I'M. :M.il.-B: among this breed not
    ' /h l1 tile Inn'lwM-little bolter! It Only line with Double Duly: Service Including Sundays to. !
    ' nicoiuuionly/ weigh twenty pounds, but
    ' 4 Ii. would pny for his bats and shoes .may.11f ordliinrtly they niiigt from, fifteen to' SAVAXXAII, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,

    , t H I I hap, but no more eighteen\ |11111I11,114.! Embdena': niiitiire earS WASU1XOTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK

    I 'w IIe dropped his pencil and began to 1.untl. tin eggs; tm of large size !but \V1TU PULMAN'S BEST:! CAR .
    "
    'I\l ,I r (retrospect. Up to two month. ago he rl'III' nuuilier compared with the pro- 'he Florida and Metropolitan Limited a solid vestibuled train, St. Augustine and II FOR. "

    j I had manned, nil rleht. That It bad Ilk- China ifecH but the hitter are Jacksonville to New'/ York, conHUilngof: Dialog:, Compartment Composite, a.1t laltimorePbiladalphid
    , 'I been only two months 'njro' accounted much smaller hi size than the Emir Observation and Dialing Room Sleeping Cars hsnondVashingtoD

    i :' 4 \ tor tho tact tint. bi WHS dressed ns became deus A profitable I cross Is given by Duly line operating dally.throuf.b Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleans Bostorv Atlanta

    a clrlllzfd citizen of New- York! muting nn African gnnder wltb either\ For sleeper reservations and further Information write III A..ne.JvUle Chattanooga Loui.ville
    Rli Toulouse' or Ciiibdeu geese; The Toulouse Cincinnati St.! Louis Kansas City
    :, \ and not as a FIJI Islander Two months Is gray oh buck sides nod breast. A., O. MACDONKLL Asst. Gen. I'ass. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida, Detroit Cleveland Pitt.bur.Chicago .

    : ,!I. I ago be bad mot-her: hence the lowers, Stock geese should be fed shredded J. M. BAKR, R. E. L. BUNCH,
    I. V. 1*. G. M., Oen. Pass. Agt. etc. J
    i theater tickets and : I ,
    suppers. my, ullage: etc1., with U moderate allowance PORTSMOUTH VA jp
    ,
    ,
    t : I Ills retrospection. ( was not a pleasing of grain dully during winter p
    ,
    , i., one. She was rich accomplished months. Gel'lIt0\ not mate readily and -T -- -- ----- ------- ---- -- Chg

    beautiful. And be? He stopped there consequently It la best to place all stock Dixie Route t
    t I" I Flyer .
    I weeks or months so as
    I' The hundred dollars a month summed together severe 1

    ''I himself up completely to i his own mind.: 11\After become mating ncqualnted a strong with attachment each other. NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY and I SISOUTIILRRAILWAVOF '

    r lie loved tier and thehnd, found him grows between the sexes. Four geese WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD,

    pleasing) enough to Invite him to her may be allowed to ODe male. Shelter -route of the-

    t house, to go out with him and to wear, ought always to be provided. While CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN

    f'' I ills \flowers. She would not marry him, the Ernbdeu lays fewer eggs at n\ and

    f, or course. And If sue would? He clutch yet It can be depended uponto DIXIE FLIER SLEEPING CARS. THe SoutHerns Palm Limited
    ; looked at the list again and smiled sit If wanted The goose should note
    The Chicago; and Florida Limited Is quickest train from St. Augustine! and
    ,( grimly. > allowed to sit at least not until the Jacksonville THe Washington RicHmond and ;'

    For an hour lie sat, silent meditative use clutch Is laid. Uetter results are Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville\ St. Louis and Chicago with Pullman' Florida Limited ',

    Itr I ; then dunporittcly he drew a line obtained by employing hens I! na sitters. finest Observation and Drawing: R+,om, Sleepers, Dining cars, etc., through without I'

    i I through each of the last three Items. The goose Is readily cured of broodliess. ,ban e. The fa-nous' Dixie FIer all the year round sleeper via Atlanta and The New YorK and Florida Express
    liy confining a week she willgenerally Martin[ through to St. Louis without change.
    I M Miss! Ludlow'a, amazement deepened begin luylng again In two I TO THE EAST.
    I Fur Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...
    as the days went l> and the one man
    y weeks o tler\\'nrtl. After two weeks'
    E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville, Fla.
    : above all\ others did not come. She Incubation eggs! should be sprinkled THe Chicago and Florida Special
    H, F, SMITH Traffic
    E. IIARMAX Gen. Pass. Agt. Manager.
    C. ,
    hnd seen the love In bill earnest blue three times a week uutll the batch Is Tenn.Atlantic .
    Atlanta, Ga. Nashville The Florida Limited
    eyes had felt It In Ms voice his caressIng due. .
    j :' care for her comfort. Ills whole -- ---- ------ I TO THE NOXTH AND WEST.
    A Bat la factory Ration.
    big manly self line conveyed It unconsciously
    We have been feeding for some time
    d
    In every move. He had
    ( thirteen well grown and well tired Coast Line Pullman Car via!
    been Introduced by a friend of ber father R'y. Sleeping Line Jacksonville: to Cincinnati:
    Burred Plymouth Rocks one quart of Asheville, through "The Land of the Sic/"
    ;M1 she knew be was with Stevens'banking
    of ,,'heat'braD and
    oats one quart one Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in
    house, and that was all. Some pint of whole corn per day. Besides
    connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
    how they hnd) not talked of themselves tht'Be. the fowls have one or two feeds The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections! : Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining: Cars on all through

    and, strangely enough she) could not of green stuff from the garden-chop- '
    trains.
    Line Its rails to
    Via all rail. The Atlantic Coast runs over own
    talk of him to others. pod beets chopped turnips. turnip tops T fa the East
    ( Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington; thence via Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway. Oerrespeidenoe Solicited.H. .
    md mustard. The results c.
    are entirely
    Site waited a week, two then- Pennsylvania Railway.
    tl satisfactory, for the hens are lively.
    I .1 lady to see you Mr. Oumere.
    healthy and have been laying qulto The LAN, via Montgomery.
    ', said tbe office boy. 0" the West F. Fla. P... IDS vtr. ftu
    CAREY V.
    I well all the fall. We have been te(>d. The M. & O. Railway via Montgomery Aft. Bay St, Jacbo ,
    { ? Oamero 1 finished what be was writ-
    ' 4t Ing; the same rations to the same breedof via Steamship VU Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York 8. .H. HARDWICK. V. H. TAYLOE
    the East
    ,, t
    Into the
    lug, then went calmly 0"
    + reception fowls for several years. and although Philadelphia, and Boston vU !Savannah and Merchants. Miners
    ' t i i room. : the fowls have been uniforms reimportation Company for Haiti more. General Paktcvger Agent Ads Cenl Ptai. Ageat

    i "Florence be cried then stood staring healthy and vigorous sometimes they To Key Went and IIavanavial'ortTanipa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamships ITaihlngtoa, D. C. AtUata, C*.

    at her with hungry eye.. laid well In fall and winter and sometimes J._.ew 15. .90 .

    She waited a' moment uncertainly laid not tit nil until\ February.Mo SUMIHI3.: : TOURISTS:: TIC:: =a=.ETS

    the blood dyeing her cheeks and a result; we can't from Tount apparently for the the different samecause'h'nrm 'Fill be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern Western and Southern States toall

    tremulous little smile wavering on her anal Unnch. \ SUMMER\ RESORTS, via the Atlantic Coast Line, during the season of 1002,

    ., I lips. limited to return until Nov.. 31st with liberal stop-over privileges.Addresses THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

    t- She bad never looked no good to him. of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied -
    1 .... I J .... with Information and handsome advertising matter.
    He felt
    that be'hnd never known just
    I Patented in the United States Great Britain and Canada
    j bow fair and sweet aLe was. Only 50 Centsto For information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, eta, call on or write to

    f Ai he gazed at ber dumbly her shy F. M. Jolly Division Passenger Agent PRICE, $,.00 and 8.00 EACH. Should be used by every Beat Builder in the O.1

    I embarrassed air changed to one ofT make your baby strong and 138 West Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla.,
    wounded dignity though her big brown well. A fifty cent bottle of In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.For .
    \ W. J. CRAIG
    T. M. EMERSON II. 51. EMERSON', _,
    still looked Into his with wistful Sale by
    ''rf eye Scott's Emulsionwill Traffic Manager. Asst. Traffic Mgr. Oen'l. Pass. Agent. Jas. Pritchard & Son
    questioning. ,
    N. C.
    kit I':t ,( "I'm glad to see you," be stammered. change a sickly baby to WILMINGTON TITUSVILLE, FLOBfl)|

    Ii, "I've been busy 1"- a plump romping child. ----- -----
    SEE TIlE TESTIMONIALS FROM
    PROMINENT BOAT
    1. Her head was lifted quickly. The Only one cent a day think BUILDERSTHE

    : J!' tremulous smile ended Iu a careless of It. Its as nice as cream. JOB FRISTTING -

    laugli. Bend for a free nample and try It. OFFICE
    HCOTt & BOWNt, ChemUf*,, ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING
    "I am busy too so I will not detain 4O4IS Pearl Street New York. OF ALL KINDS
    I long. I want the address of your aDd Ji.oo all druqieta.
    : '
    you !lOCo E
    f friend!, the violinist of.whom you were "... -- nta ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. prints all kinds of Commercial Stationery Wedding Stationery, Cards, Wll.:

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    GOOD ROAD MACHINES ART OF! CARICATURE. 1IENOEICSONVILI.K: : 3f. C.


    :: ::q_RRI'V'ER: : :: : : :30TELl: : WONDERS AND i
    THEY ACCOMPLISH EVOLUTION AND INFLUENCE OF THE HIGH PARK PLACE HEXDERSO XVILLE, N. 0.
    ON-THE-I?DIAN-RIVER. SOON PAY FOR THEMSELVES. NEWSPAPER CARTOON.I ,

    TITUSVILLE, I I I Old Mtone Mansion In a perk of fifteen acres.
    !...<* D. Patter Sn>'. That KrrrCountry Ancient Gv*.V.. Roman* untlBavptlan.
    FLORIDA.J. District Should Hatw 0.... Laid Grotesque 1'Ietnr"sto For Rooms and Terms address :

    Stone Crnaher Indlapenaable to Eni|>ha.l.. Their 9ntlr.- Tt % Mim. FRF.DERIKA S. CANTWELL.

    tb* noudumklitMr Out lit. Eighteenth C nlurr Cro... -.... -- -- .. _-- -.- _. .--- -

    G. BAST Proprietor. The season Is at hand when the practical -
    a I The story is told of an abbe of the
    side of roadiuaklnff' will receive seventeenth century who was as deformed ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE.

    Its due attention, and the knowledgeand lu figure as be was ridiculous

    ' DUCK SHOOTING energy acquired by the winter's In dress, and an sensitive Al>out his Jr

    1- 1 h and agitation will be called Into play. It physical deformity as be was vain of ....r /
    FISI1J.NG.Rtes Is not necessary, much less la it possible Ills eccentric attire, that while serving -

    ... b; to build uiuc-udam and U-lford mass one morning lie i observed a smlla -I
    : : $2.50:; per day. roads. through: all of the farming districts
    I
    .. of contempt ou the face of one of thecourtlcl'
    and if the country imthmastera II
    $10 and S12'per week. could be made to understand tho great !>! present anti determined to I
    avenge himself by serving a process !
    difference in results which follow different
    upon him for appearance In court tho
    methods of "working the road' .r
    JACKSONVILLE.lUYAL and that good drainage and good machinery following day.
    The ofleiuler. M. de Lesson by name, 1
    will together\ accomplish wonders
    knowing that things would hard
    go 1I
    without an extravagant expenditure -
    with him unless he could show some I
    of funds the solution of the country -
    reason for Lila. mirth, made n hasty
    HOTEL'JACKSONVILLE, FLA. road question would be vastly pro- 1i 1
    sketch of the hunchback abbe, exaggerating -
    pressed, says Isaac U. Potter In 00Ql.1Jtollclll.
    in size the six black caps and r kn )
    :
    \ the waistcoats In which be was wout p.
    Every country road district should -
    Opposite postoflice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re have at least' one good road machine/ to appear, and when he was solemnly
    asked to show cause for his unseemly

    novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted mirth and Indignity to the holy church ,YQ iY.P/i'f...rdO Gct>T. V y;
    he suddenly displayed before his judge
    Rates $2.30:; per day and up. the caricature of the abbe as hIs "ex. !

    cuse." The likeness was so excellentand
    B. \V. SPERRY
    !
    Proprietor.
    that the
    the cartoon so grotesque
    entire court fell to laughing, und the
    accused \vns liberated without a reprimand \

    fESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day: and, Cedar Streets. .
    JACKSONVILLE, FLA. This Is the first authentic case of the t
    J 4 power of the cartoon lu u bull of justice
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    American: plan.: Centrally located. Just built and open- but It Illustrates the power of the I
    pencil In depleting the follies of the All kinds of Commnrcliil Stationery printed\ the above office.LETTKUHKAUS. .
    ed this season. Fino cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water
    foolish and tho affectations of tbe arti ) NOTKIIKADM, KN'VKLOPKS:; BILLHEADS, SHIPPING I
    Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All demo!
    There Is no telling when the art of TAGS, OAH1)S, etc., etc., printed che"pl'l\n.1 i expivlltlously.,
    street cam pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.50 per day. caricature be 'un. There ore a number i

    of grotesques that have come down to j
    Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. -- 1
    us from earliest Egyptian times. The Official Supply HOIIHO of The Illinois. KUhermen's. Hoolallou.. I
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    Greeks employed pictures to emphasize -- -----------r ,

    IW VICTORIA HOTEL Corner MainJACKSONVILLE and Adams Sts. their entire, and so did the ItOUlU I1S. The Chicago Net and Twine Co. '
    I FLA. All through the middle ages there were j'
    numberless examples of "grotesque- Manufacturers:: of-

    Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates $2.00and $2.50 per ROAD :MACHINE PltErAIUNO AIirB ROAD rles" which, curiously enough, were 1
    or grnclor.\ It will do the work of thirty lined In enforcing the doctrines of the
    day. EU1'ol.e"ul.lall ; rooms, 50 cents to $1.00 each
    person.
    or more men when the conditions;! church by means of satirizing the devil
    II. BIXLER, Proprietor. are such us to give the machine \halt\ d hut.the eighteenth century wu the o.I
    chance. It costs but n few hundred heyday of the cartoon.
    SRADnEJ ZE. dollars will Bare thousands makes a Beginning In Frituee: und overrunning: E ;

    better rood than is commonly made by Into Holland and thence across the E j
    manual labor, needs but few repairs channel Into England the flood of caricaturists

    ie Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE. and rarely gets out of order. Moreover !- curried everything before It. !
    It curs out the roots from UN and It In! safe to nay that we read the 1iealory I
    weedy patches along tho roadside and history of the times with clearer vision t-o FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Dotcrlptlon. a
    UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT\ OF Col. C. C. POST. forms a gutter which receives nnd carries and with niece accuracy of detail for :r In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Hope, Etc.: tn i ir \
    off surface water and If faithfully the mirror which caricaturists held up
    These two commodious houses at Seabreeze the most the Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. 1
    popular summer resort -
    employed will more than pay fop to reflect the striking peculiarities of 7Mil-8.! : E. Indiana !St. Chicago, 111. 1
    In Florida, will be under the of Col. C. C. Post during the
    management the ant events passing before U.Gautler letter...
    itself In a single season. men ...Mention The ADVOCATK In your 1
    summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, Then too, in the matter of gravel and mention n Spanish cartoon- '
    will play dally, afternoon and evening. tone a few hours' exploration in most let Francisco Uuya y' Luclentes, a mixture We are Members of the; Illinois;; Kl bornoii'. Association. 'I i

    Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their neighborhoods! will bring to light plentyof of Iteuibrandt. Watteuu and Itabelli -- \
    comfort. Rates, $2: to $2.50:; per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special material that Is vastly superior for Is. who prweded tbe two great caricaturists .\

    rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST Seabreeze, Fla. road waking purposes to that found In of the latter half of the
    i YOU WANT A. !
    the Hues of the adjacent roadways. eighteenth century. George Crulkshank IF .
    ---- --- -y Most of this material has rested In Its. In England and M. Cbarlet In France __ \
    OOOI>ALL-OLD SE. nnEF'.zI 01'lglnuI1.I'tl. for ages' and III I miLmUmtlal- Chariot Is known as the father of modern .

    ly' worthiest for any purpose usldo from Moclul riirU'iitnre und holds as good
    the work of the roudniakor. If grutel. title. to hits poftltlon us doe rblllpnu to .Building Lot II III

    he Sea Side I Inn OLD SEABREEZE It should be clean! sharp( and, gritty, that of the father of comic journalism ..
    I and It not tmttirully of this quality It with Le Charivari, the strongest paperof I

    (DAYTONA) FLA. should bO'cl'u flPd us fully an possible\ Its kind. Then came Punch In England a lot with IIUIMUNO: HE.U1.0 It OCCUPANCY, : I II.AXU
    by passing It through a cheap Hereeii which still retain its subtitle of n
    Opposite Keating' New Casino and Pier. This handsome modern
    raw with moderately ooiumunHlies.. the London ChnHvurl. for years the )FOIL AV OKANdK OIIOVE) ,
    hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach in Florida Is now open for I
    Before being put In the road, union faithful I If not the mont highly polished
    the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining P1NKAITUC PLAN'l'ATIONor'1'RIJCK GARDEN, i
    staff
    Its
    the original soil Is of a dry, sandy or reUecter of British life. Upon
    Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine And service. Terms $7 to $10 per porous nature a line of three inch John Leech Illcbnrd Doyle, John Fen- We ,probably have for .nle Just what you are neeklnir. ,
    week. JAS. II. JOHNSON & SONS. dralntlle should be laid beneath the nIH. George dii Mourner and a dozen N
    nter House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, Florida. roadway and about four feet deep If men of lender nuait kept Great BritainIn settler are llucktnK In but ..1111 there IN. room. If you art :

    .. possible for, although this is not commonly good humor for two generations. looking this way drop u line to
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    -.. regarded as necessary according It has been reserved for America
    WEST PALM III l CII. to established American practice it however to bring forth a new race of JAS. E. INGRAHAM :Jr.1< vi.....i-r....Mcnt. 'I{1 I
    adds vastly to the permanence of the caricaturist, which\ for luck of a better ,
    roadway and Insures! Its dryness at title may..be culled the personal I cartoonists FLORIDA! EAST COAST K'T, \
    times when the gravel would otherwise men wbo seize! upon the characteristic ,
    he Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, disappear In the soft mud beneath. of an Individual and so exaggerate ST. A UO IT.' 'I-: R, FLA. 'i

    r FLORIDA.. Where stone of fair quality can be them that the subjects, of the I
    easily obtained, a macadam road Is cartoon are known by the most promt

    W. C ERNST, Manager. neither very costly nor very tlltllcuH Dent features In their physical mental OE3.A.S. :E3L-cT:1M1: : : &; OO. ,

    On Lake Worth opposite Postoffice and business houses. Large verandas. of construction. It Is a common notion or moral makeup.
    among farmers that the construction of True there wits one man In London a art. BII\) w. stay St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA. !
    Strictly first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. a road on the rnuciuliiin/ plan Is a com.plicated. hundred years ago.( Glllray by name,

    (I I Clou It and l eXpt'IIIIun.It'r.. who hud. this fiK-ulty of dissecting bus .
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    taking. Nothing ('oultlle further from subject until lit1. found his weakest

    NEW YORK the truth. A few Intelligent funnel's, point ami tlii-ii. unmercifully pricking It FULL. Fuca.k .
    e'lulppetlTltb a few hundred dollars' with bin (linwi.iK! pencil, but with him :, :

    worth of machinery, can make a mac the race died out., to be r'ln"lIrllllh.tllul| ,I
    ew York Furnished Rooms. adam road as lIt rmanent and tlDclentan America Jlllrny won a close observerof \ k
    could be desired. people and events. lie would sit In I EXPRESS EXPRESS !.
    The same engine that drives a steam his uloll llt'r'B window und watch the ,
    Well furnished at 10 West 21st New York. Southerners will ;
    rooms Street
    thrasher will operate a stone crusher fops. of the court u* they I passed and
    find this location very desirable for shopping, and In la clone proximity to al and stone crushers are becoming not fasten In bill memory every feature by

    places of amuxemont. Address: only popular but Indispensable to the which n man would be recognized by PREPAID

    Mrs., D. REMLIXGEU, J 19! W. 21st street New York. ronilmnklng outfit of every. Intelligent; ucqualntunc-cB... lie remembered every ? I
    rural community. Great quantified of story that related to the traits of

    Held stone can be selected from among character of those In the public eye
    which lie abundantly and the Ht Jam J street of 1SOO . I
    nth: Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue, the harder boulders so III''' I I r
    IE HAMILTON) upon the surface in many of faithfully' reproduced In hi* art.
    NEW YORK.A our counties and if each farmer who Perhaps we Americans look at the 'jii r 1. I
    now works out his road tax In the old droll side of life more than other people i .
    Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably fashioned way would contribute a few but certain It I* we have more and DELIVERED FOR ; QtS !

    Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. dollars to the purchase of a crusher better cnrtoonlHts than plnewhern. The

    Furnished and Unfurnished. and give a little of his time to the ha ul- very quickness with which we see tbe $ 1292
    GEORGE W. MORTON. fag of stone to the town stone heap he point of u joke demands equal facility oo 'I
    would. be both amazed and gratified at In portraying drollery a cartoon. We e
    the speed with which the stone breaker sketch boldly and leave mucb of the J\jlent".Iur the -ub"t llrewi.a ( Co.
    would. convert those bowlder Into unnecessary detail to our slower cous f
    __
    [otel great heaps of road metal ripe and ins. Then too, our public events! happen .__
    Marlborough ready for a place In the Improved road with sorb startling rapidity that a ... j I

    way.A cartoon of yesterdays doing would beat D "t akebowels P"I' I Ion
    practical attempt at this kind of today anti we must keep very J. .
    Broadway, :30th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. improvement In towns where the much alive and be ready for a political !; .

    400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con- wealth of the community Is not 111 indent change overnight, but regular action cannot be secured until .... 'the liver
    to warrant expensive work under In other ,,'ortlll. the alert American secretes enough bile to make: the ._* Intestines ffJFJ
    ducted on American and European plans and Is managed under the.personal the direction of an engineer will leadto must have depicted la his cartoon the execute their natural functions. : e
    ural agitation,caused by cathartics,
    :
    that have made
    of character
    salutary result and by an very trait
    the mOAt
    and
    doses
    continual Increasing to
    of the
    supervision owner.
    him be Is. the quickest and
    object lesson prove to the users of public what attain the results. UUIO:1tn'
    E. S. CROWELL, :Manager. highway that the biggest tax ever brightest! of men.-Tbomo* Nat ID I

    n __ Imposed upon the rural population of New York News. 0 '

    the country has been the tax of the on the
    Land it*' III'. nirlb.Illgglns '
    Broadway and 41st Street, mud road. The r liver cures Chills
    ;
    iotel Yendome -So you are proud of the land
    NEW YO2K CITY. Good Rood Ar. tbe Ch..p*.t. of your birth. *b7 XVbat did It ever DrJ Pevf, and every form of
    One main fact of the whole good do to lw proud onJ"WllltnWun'C Malarial: 0"! !"'<.t: Pemlttlne; and Intere -

    FIREPROOF. '.300: rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet road question deserves to be emphasized I born there7 Bos. mining; Fever, and, ty jtinc' to the scat of the'
    -tbe permanence of the highways too Transcript. trouble, works permanejit:> c-.:re.
    rooms. EUROPEAN, PLAN. Good rooms U0; large rooms $2; and with after they have once been well Firm EMT5 PER DOTTtE.!
    built. says the Baltimore New' Tbe History will how that tm wont
    private bath $2.80 day and npwaids. The m'DIfD'ltD&(, Iincder the personal
    per first cost seems large bat the money laIn quarrel are" l..twpvn former friends
    II. 1C. WILSONEAST & EON.
    supervision of the owner. FRANK: CRUEX, Manager. the end wlJMI.IDftsted. and former kivtrs.-Atcblnoo Globe.






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    : t: *t; cW A Fine Place-For Sale Robbins & Graham Co. E_ L. ::se.... ...:c-Z d?:, :eO7


    200 feet on Indian Hirer, and running -DEALERS IN-

    JEWEf.ER.S AND SILVERSMITHS, back 800ft. to county road; a lot adjoining (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

    front back ,
    138ft., river running ,
    i 41 West Street PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.:
    Bay 140ft; on a bluff, 20ft. above the river, We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for APES FERTII.I-"i<\

    JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDA. which is salt water, and three miles i This company own We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all <. "lls' ',m'

    wide at this place. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station,
    this section of ,
    stock In i
    Largest country. house of six rooms, has been kept ZLA... mS., E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA
    Il Established In 1808. fainted and in good repair; 25ft. from

    Bend for descriptive cfttaloguo.i river bank, commanding a beautiful view [in the Indian Rivex Country; On the St.

    of Indian River; stairs lead down to Lucle.Klver; at New: River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL
    It I the river and a dock built out Into the

    i ..,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.., Hancock'. Liquid Sulphur is indorsed' water to accommodate small boats. A BIgcayne. }Prlcesto suit the time ,

    and prescribed by many, ]leading physicians never-falling well with pump near kitchen Send for Land Lint. -Dealer] In-

    Brewing Asso's. throughout the State for all blood clear door cool, ],and pure a water never-falling a short spring distance of Offices at Titusvllle\ and Miami Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES,
    ,
    i and skin troubles. Hundreds of eases of from house. Home lot and poultry yards
    .
    Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your Patronage Solicitor
    4 Crockery !.
    Eczema and other skin diseases have fenced with poultry netting. One !house GEO. M. BOBBIN'S F. A.'MOROANPresident. .
    Fatuous St. Louis and Bottled -
    Keg .
    FLORIDA.
    for and bares 12x22 -
    been permanently cured after poultry Belgian feet Actuary S
    4 Hear many and a smaller fancy poultry] house. .. .
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    t fluid uy Messrs. F. A. Lesley and years standing, by the use of Hancock's 74 orange trees just coming Into bearing Brevard Abstract of Title Co. -

    R. L. JIIltlow.Tltuevlll.Fla. Liquid Sulphur. For sale by. 2 grapefruit trees 2 peach trees, :3 INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
    scuppernong grape vines-all bearing--( WILL FURNISHAbstracts
    ; i 1L By Mr. R. (.. Mutlow Cocoa,Fla. B. R. WILSON &:; HON DRUGGISTS. several kumqnata and guava bushes of Title TITUSVILLE::; FLA.

    TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs
    JOSEPHZAPF near the house.A -FOll LANDS IN- is prepared to( furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or, loose. Special attention

    good county road along near riverbank Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

    from Tltusville the seat T. WETMOKE Proprietor.Whaler's .
    Sole Master's Sale. county ,
    Agent.
    i I Office under Law Office of
    eleven miles north, Hockledge, a beautiful
    winter resort nine miles south with GEO. M. ROBBINS, --

    fl 010 to Inforeclimurecncereil In Circu,'C.nirt City Point between. Railroad: station i t
    j. JACKSONVILLE FLA. far the Buventli Judicial rcult of Florida
    ,
    and
    school
    In and for Kreranl County, In a cause therein mile west. Postoflice near. Jewelry Store.
    wherein Edward U Five acre of tine fruit land near
    depending lUitirh' complainant very
    ,and Janiei, B. Bnowilnn and Hunan 1'. Bnow- station (from which a little was given for East Coast Meat Market
    : ft't East End Gafe. : of the Court House, door II In Tllnivllle:: h'lor- section houses) containing a
    lila, between. the IOKU! Iioura of sale, to the blgo young peach orchid of 100 trtes mostly (J. F. DUREN Agent. '

    set and bent bidder fur cash,on the In bearing bore a fine crop this year; ""'"'1c Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc]
    .1 WM. J. HOBAX Prop'r.Wines fruit size and exceedingly rich
    FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER!: A. D., 1003, good ; :'
    flavor. 'A little house near station always """3
    Liquors and Cigars. the taina being the flr V Mnndnjr. In laid month .
    I and a legal nale day the following deaorlued real rents for $1 or $1.50 per month. c;nc SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Tine Watches ;

    AXHAU8ER BOSCK BEER A SPECIALTY. entute, itnated, In the County of Ilrevard anil Experts pronounce this soil particularly ::> and. Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
    4 State of Florida, or no modi thereof tut will satisfy adapted: to grape culture. Price, by ad -
    I Oat of town orders said dHcrefl and COMM,to-wlt i "BOX 10 and careful attention II''
    given prompt atten lleiilnnini at the northeast corner of the sooth dressing. """ Iard:: KJT Mall Orders will receive prompt
    tion. trade ant. nuiirlor. of the northweHt quarter|' of Soctlon Hardeevllle Fla. -
    Jug a specialty.
    : Hue>: (U), In Tinnhlp Twenty-two ('t) Houtli,of TITUSVILLE. .. FLORIDA,B?
    Itanice T .lrty IIv. ((15)) Kant!: ; thnnue runohiK
    : BOP-FURNISHKD; ROOMS I Itl north 10.49 ch......., thimoo went. to lliu went houndtry Lucie.
    of Bald 'Heotlon township < >rty St. o:: .5 "
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    Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, (411)l) chains lno'or'I l ices ; thonne: l.o-'t'hJ.r, ;: :; e&ld _. .SGIVEN
    lioiiixlard line 11 824) chains. ; ,thence east forty
    i Jacksonville FloilJa.Mason's |[ri"|(h dials. "'ore..r IBM to the eub.<1lvh.lon line Do not foiget to subscribe for the well sI.o:
    4 between l the northwest quarter and tho northeast .c/a tS:: Attention !
    known Ar VOIJATJ:. Special
    I quarMrof Haul I section nix ((0 and tneiica TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
    north $J54: links to the |iolnt of h K'''">lnic. And Lionel Chase has returned home from
    \\.f:I.f Fruit Jars. list, ooiinnMiitilnic, at a point:JW.45 rods north of
    ...uth..toorne.of. southwest quarter of northwest his visit to Miami.
    TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
    quarter of Heotlon Mix (fl), Township, Twentytwo -
    TINTS, CO cents per dozen I. ((22t\ South Uanite Thirty 'five (!M) Kiist; Thos. L. Paine WAS a passenger on the
    tlitmct. e,rods. east, thoni.e 13 rots north: thence northbound train on Wed e..day.. Hardware Timvare Crockery GlasswareJi
    HO rodH, west thence 14 rmlamiuth, to the .point of ,
    QUARTS, Hots per dozen.. .beginning; containing In all BIX aoron more or Mrs. Ch.is., M. Nelson will remain: at
    I..... Hav and except acres heretofore Bold to Miami to the regret of her friends.
    Harness and. Stoves.
    Kudo McKenzIe wlti (OoninieinInir. at thel4oi&thesst
    I JU y ''a GAL. 00 Ct$. per dozen.O. corner:f't' south I halfof the northeant 'rom and Fred lliiSHell are home again;
    quarter of the northwe..t quarter of Section
    I wi; Mix ((4 tA, running thence north ItO yards thence after a pleasant visit to :New bmyrn.i.: r CBF'Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly. '
    9 went lot yards. thence south. lOll yards thence
    ii'. BUNTING, etutt. Mitt ynrrls to tile |H>intof heitlnnlntc; saidlauil Miss ISulalle: Chase, on Tuesday, killo : -. ; .
    ; I65 Furniture. Iwmg situated. Ilrevard. County, State of a rattlesnake. long, near the kitchen pSt.. .A Jas. Fritchard c& Son.

    fit!( ; j,.' St. Augustine Florida.i lorlda. F. A. MORGAN( window.

    Bt a i29| Special Master.. '
    J ,
    ( Clyde Steamship Line. Postoffice Box: 212, ,

    I 'Ji'i'i'I i'n Master's Sale. =: : t\LsV"i.11e": F1oJida. '"
    Tickets and reservations via the Clyde ----.-.-: .
    Steamship Line can be secured of Chns ; ;__ .
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    II. Walton at the ADVOCATE office Tl i : ii;
    TTNJ>ERA )1W VIRTUE or A Decree
    IJ in foreclosure.onternd the Circuit Court tusvllle.\ S :;!4! .
    for tlieajventli.ludlclal Clroiiltof Floridain
    and, for Hrevard Cqiinty in a cause. therein If Your House. Goes in Smokeand
    depending. wherein Frank E. Heath and K.: K. MARRIED.In up Pineapples ,
    RoHHlter$ an Executors or John Heath are oomplalnitiit -
    *, and C. 11. Price and. l..>'ulHe (t. PrIce loose ;
    are feniiantH l, I will soil I at public' sale In front connection with the notices previously you everything
    of the Court H use door at Tltusvllli: tlnrldu' published those columns of tile it Is your own fault.

    .and lietwe'n, bent thn lilddur Inital for h cash">um of on sale the. to the highest coming; nuptlttls of Mr. HodgHon and :F""J.rO: :Xu.-LLxcL3.cc: ; ,.

    MlHH 1J.u.ftJI.th.: we hive received the following sufficient! to cover the value of the prop- We solicit consignments of all kinds of Fruits Vegetables and
    FIRST UA.Y OF 8tsl: 'rE.\1nER. A. !>., 11)02 .
    from Olein, N" V : erty and household effects should be cnrrleil. Produce. All shipments receive our personal attention. Returns -
    tliH sainrflinlnK. tho first Moiutny,' In saM month .')Irll. Edward MoHek-y DanTorth annmnico RatIos aie, not high. The companies
    and a laical sale day th.following iln.rrlhnd real the her, daughter made day of sale Stencil or rubber stamp on application.
    m.iriUguof' : we leproHent aie solvent, rell"loleIud lib
    ..,.....te hltuiiCtHl. In the County. of Hrevard, and
    KHz: Caroline to, !Mr. Henry Un win oral. Claims
    Hrate or 1"\.rhhL..r\ no niunli thereof an will satisfy aie promptly adjusted.
    i still. flucree anti costs, to wit t tlii'jrinnltix I Hodgson[ ; Wed nosd.y, July i.trJ!: 11)02.) Don't neglect t<> take out a policy.
    I at a ;", I"t..n tlie weft honnilary Oloun tf. Y. At homo after September:\ HCIIUTLKK & CRANKING SOOSIE' &:, :s-c.raSEJs.: ::: :
    line of LOt two((2), Mention eleven (I II I),Townxhlp ,
    DURING THESE HOT DAYS: thirty (all!) Mouth K"DKO thirty,uliclit (JM) Kunt: 15th, Eati U.illio, FU. | TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
    ilUutut lIT feet from the Inuirsuvtion of the We join their ,in.my lends In wishing; 21 ROANOKE DOCK. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
    open up one of my tattles of wet honnilary IHH. of ....lell..t two. (2)) with the the III'PPYJail'\ u long life connubial Correspondence Invited.
    north llna of snld lot two thence
    boundary :
    (Jt);
    OLD WINE OU WHISKEY run uiiog .uncb. alonw salil. west boundary lln.. bliss and l proapeiity.
    and drink to the health ol r 070 fl 1MI) f cat thantiu taut!; at right I a igloa to wild 18TV1LISHED: 1871)
    RnJJI'o..perlty\ : : : :: : ;
    west lionnilary, linn of said lot two ((4 lilul' U'10 -
    friends and solf.I feet. to tile Intllan Illver thenue In a north"'....&. Look (Pleasant 1'leano.1'hotographer .
    t Those !goods ate pure and wholesome. ally,I dinxitlon along' the Indliui River to a point
    I of Elton
    O, C.
    Italian
    I| j Unexcelled for ilchiiusn, strength and l tlmrant l.wu: fent at right augies to the waboumlary .t M. Lane & Son
    flavor. line of subl. lob two(4)), from the plaoeof 0 can do III) now, .though for years be
    I beginning I I thniiue West and parallel, with the couldn't, because he suffered untold agony ,
    UOBT. L. MOTI.OW, south bonndtiry. hue as above described. I:wit: feet
    TITUS Y1LLK and FLA. to the "I...,. of beginning, containing: acres from the worst form of Indigestion.
    COCOA more or le.8,and situated In. ilravartt County, All physicians and medicines failed to 250; WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORIv.

    i. i iA. Florida. F. A. MORGAN help which him worked till he such tried wonders Electric for him Bitters that

    itfp A. Ilildrcth, lit &nl.19 Rpeclnl, Master.Blaster's he declares they are a godsend to suffer Southern Fruit and Product!

    ( ;p ers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles. I
    Ddtl In
    and Domestic
    )f Foreign I3rftnthp Sale. Unrivaled fur diseases of the stonmch, 4iir

    p ...of... liver life and kidneys the whole; they build up Try and them.give OOcLc.issioc.:: : :;:) : eJcha.c.: ts.
    d new to system.
    Rum Brandies Whiskeys Gins AND BY VIRTUE UF A FINAL Only 50c. Guaranteed by 1). K. Wilson 7
    UNDER. In foreclosure entered In the Circuit
    Court fortua Seventh JlIlIclal Circuit & Son, druggists. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
    ; Bottled Ales Beer
    and
    ) Wines Stout. of Florida and for llrevnnl County In a cause II,'
    therein depending" wherein J. 1>. VanlHnuau Ucomplainant
    ,
    The best whIskey.and liquors served by ,and too. W. Morton, et.1.,are defendants Master'n! Stile Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application. ;
    pollt and courteous attention. 1 will sell, at I..bllo sale In front of the \Ve are agents for the above :Hewing:; "
    Court House. door at Tltnsvllla lorlda, ba- -
    ,i A first class flue of foreign tween the legal hours of sale,to the highest and ': AND BY VIRTUE Of A DECRKE Machine and keep a full line of the different -
    l hoot bidder for cash, on the UNDKR .... anlll&le Isnneil out of and
    and domestic cigars. entered In the Circuit Courtof Hrevard styles on hnncl.JOUN P. Ruh.lxn.azi <& Co.
    FIRSr. DAY OF SEFTEMBER, A. D., 11)02) ,
    4t'il .FAMfLYandlIOTEIYrRADESoiIcitetl County Florida< In 'lianrery, wherein Mary K. R. WALKER & CO.
    : S. Ihiuranw, as executrix of the last. will and :; .
    and careful the seine being. the first Moudav In the said. testumaut. of. a,id eitate o( Aaarou A. l>egrauw Titusvllle, Florida.
    Prompt attention given month and a l.g..I..le day. the following des-
    ,ueieoitnd. Is complainant' and Kdwardt.
    to mall orders, accompanied by cash. o'U..I..I..."'" ."sltnatetl the Ctiuuty lire ; ;* ;Bruce:; Tvmlall and: his: wife, M, V,Tvu-. 'FLORIDAPIN""EA..PPLES
    I yard and State of Florida, or no much thereof as .
    I dell ire defendants) I will. as (t1.e I..1 l mauler
    14. A. I1ILDUErU. will tatUfy wild. 'decrnu and, ooats. to wlci In Chancery. sell at ]>nl>llo ..auction Our cahi to Bros.EAU
    The Month ha f of Lot Three Iloclgson<< .
    \' ((1), and all of Lot the highest and most bidder In front of the
    ; Six ((6))except a strip of otr oftha Brevard : :
    FORT PIERCE FLORIDA 'RIJt'I": (Court honstt door, at Titusvllle, County,
    huts of said Lot .
    south .
    IS ( ) from Florid,on the QALLIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ,
    -- Ilanana River to the East elde l of said Lot Six (6)), I
    % _, anil parallel with than Month line of Mud Lot Mix FIRST nAY Of! 8EPTKMBKR: A.IS. I9IrJ( Marino Railway.
    TiTfivERSiff'cdsTiQE (III). All Iwlugln rleottnnThirty.nve(J6)or) Town- A SPECIALTY.New .
    three il South of the same. being the Knit Monday of said month
    hip 'rwonty ( ) llanga Thirty- bOllre..f General] Merchants ant, bblp Chandlers.
    and. a 'legal "sales they during the legal ,
    seven (J7)) luut In Ilrevard County, state of
    H'Si. OF ri1 E Die Itl E-" ?BlMEOICINEDENTISmPHARMACY: ?- Florida.. F. A. :MOKOA.V sale rirevard all County the, following-described Florida: to-wlt." : lauds lying[ in ..Special Facilities.. York Agents for Florida] 'Fancy Pineapple Association.

    I Rt aug2 SI'oclalllf..ter. Lot number live of nectlon 21, In f>wn>dil|>37, for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing
    t Lecture Hallsor Theory. south of range 40 ease, oonttmlnc 12 10 ion acre 261 Washington St 1 l NE\V YORK.
    a Laburator4.sJ'r Proof less.Also ,
    11.. Mn.pltal. fr Practice. Ai itlil licntlon for Tax: nct'd. more or lot number live. In section23, III township Yachts and Launches. 03 Murray :Street. 5 N. Y.OLI'V'IJ .

    Ona hundred pane Catalogue 1'.... ;H, aontb of range 40 vast. containing 32 Mention the ADVOCATE: when writing ''
    fl 8J-HK: ,acre, moroor lass.Also :
    all that tract or land lying In Dole
    'U'flCE is* llblt: :HY UI\" :S' TH\TE. C.jollitsuuii County Florida" at Vlavelund. and l described.as Two Flue Lots For; Sule. "
    '\ A Rare Clianco. 4' purcliu..er of Tax. Certliluata No. follows: All that lot or sub-division. of Urn ((10) : : :seOrSEJES: :' :
    c 4TS tutted the:4iil lUy: of July A. l>. 1X>0, acres designated an lot nllmher one (li. on .a ,
    t' ; has flled anld certificate\ in mv nOire, and ha map or 1.I..t..r Arlwla. on miord, in the ollli-e; of Two One 10-asre lots lying on Indian
    1110.1\)0\) norell. <6'0' feet frontage on I hustle anpilcatlon. for tax dewd ti>.1 Issue la aioorilan the clerk of the Circuit. Courlot lJ.toC..llty. River 3 miles south of Fort Pierce, on a
    I :
    Indian and Banana rivers. ((100) to 700] e with law. Hald certlllcatu. tmhrauus the. Florida the sulil. Ailielu lining a .part of lot i, ,
    followluic Mi'rUH3d situated I In all fnutlonalieutlon I good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet Produce Commission Merchants.
    l' citrus trees! about half coining into property llrevar luts ;3 4 anllI of section one(I)
    I,, bearing, oranges' tangerines! grapefruit K.wt!: M nf West V> of Lot I., l'lat of Indian east and bvlug surveyed and platted i>i tolwr.IHUl palms and hardwood timber. Good for
    kuniqiinu% 0 bearing! mangouft, River City SootluunttTwn.hIt,24: Month Range : l>y II. H. Unri'litlnl' : siirvevor, :of Hrevard ]
    ., ,.\ !''' riiur avoi'adtei<, l.fHiO bearingI all. Kant.:: The said land .lielniriuMSMiilat. the.hotot County and all riparian rights beloigliig, to .)ranges grapefruit, tangerines and pine-
    of the .issuance: ot curIa Li-rtltliaMtn the nameofJaioh said ,iland or so luueli thereof aa will sutlsfy. I tpples. No better ]location on the riverit Florida Pines Our
    i iiu'aSOM) to 100') bearing guavas besides ., .. Specialty.
    I ill rarllnnky. (Tnl ss .hl Lertlni-ai shah laid decree and costs. I price. tl.1100OO for each lot.
    gripes, bnllDllai,perlllnlll101I8: ,a nursery be rtHleeineil aooorihnic: to law tax deed will O. A. FROST. any
    'mie titers: ,,,. the: IJtli C. T. ilcCAHTV
    on duvoAugust I) ,
    of about 1,000 A 1WU SI"I"I| M later in Clienciury.Master's .
    ', sour ornngo trees ready wlp. .._." ts.. ..fl4..li. ,.l....m'.A ......,., ....1. .0... "...'A. Ankona Fla.
    ''. to bud, a few pencil tree,3:l acres, vegetable I ill, .iy.i;; ;; :July.'A, i;: i ti-'J- --- .m --- ,

    I ; $ land, 4-inrh arteaian: well, large (6a'l'] A. A. STEWART': Hale. 335 Washington Street,
    '; wharf drive well soft water 8-rooin Clerk Circuit Conrt of Hrevard Co., Fia. Drnylntf. .

    :; k. itwelllngstorebuilding, packinghouse ,NEW YORK.

    4 1 tool house \\IlIrt'holl"tUII lee bnx. Application for Tax Deed.NOTICKH U I'Eft. AM) IIY VIKTl'E OF A FtVU. Braying or hauling of all kinds promptly -
    2 of ? decree In foreclosure entered In tic Circuit : References: Our 35; record. Chatham National Dank New YorK
    k acres poultr"llrll.. Fruit this. ' 4 year will "bring $:.100() to $100. Rent Florida In ami for Hrevard, County, In a c 4 i'r',1I1 veJetabl..lllII\1 will keepupgrove.Kim IIKRKHY': GIVEN THATT.lt. therein depending I wherein K. Heath and K. ALFRED IlADr.ev, Tltnsville.
    ::1 pnrohaiter Tax (erufloete. No K. HUmsiter: aa Exeniitors, :, John Heath I arooompluliiantH
    ( f I p, .\. ]McillnL4S. 41, tinted the Und day of July A. J>. I'KJO.hastlhid : anil J 1 I'. Brown ... adiuiulstra-
    t' (lallie, 'la. milil certificate I In my :olfloe, and. hasmadaapplli..itluii tor of Julia C. \\elleH, et ..I., are ilefendant. I Land For Sale. Seeds For Summer
    t -- for tax deod to Issueln aiiuordanoa will tell at public sale In front of the i olin Crops.
    with I.L"' 11,1.1 certlllraie embrace the House. dm r at ruiisville, .Florida between tin ----
    t A Fine Homo For Sale following ileHcrllxtil property" situated In liravar legal hour of sale, tu the highest and "best bldilur 17j4 acres first-class pineapple land

    > Houtheast
    of
    Northwest f of
    A model southern home In South end l f rtlin U>. Township t4. Mouth V. Iliuiga 3U KOHI.: K. FIRST DAY OF 8F.FTEMUER, A. D., I'WI bargain.: For reasonable terms write, Millets, :Sorghums::!, Soja: Beans, Velvet Deans, Peanuts Cliuf.is, Teosinte Jt

    I 'Drevard county 6n the Indian\ River The said, land Ixxng a.s........,at the date of th" the suiiue. beIng the Urnt Munday In the iild. "'. W. I.rcF, Ueggarweed, clean.

    4 tujthe! center of tho pineapple belt. Nice Issuance A. It.. MalHbury nf. nob rertldoata ITnlesa siil ill certificate the namo shall...fY'IMInidnaniad month and. a legal salo slag. the folliiwlni. described Tibbalu, Fla.
    .. .
    rrne tre pltaatett< In the County of Hrevard
    D.roozndwelling and out-building. Ten : :- WfdUy law, tax doe4 will l issue i. and State of Florida, or so much thereof as c<> ::PE.A.S :
    I Iot..o.ln fruiting pineapples 40 thenMin the of August, A. ii. I'DKt.Wltnesa .
    ; will said ] 'H'cd.
    orange, satisfy decree and oust, to-wlt. Clothing Cleaned
    nay onklal signature and seat this the All of fractional Whlpp, Clays] Wonderful] Black, Unknown, Ladyflngers.
    lemon lime and grapefruit trees-most rVtotl.iu Twenty-nine) and
    1 llth .I.y of July A.. 1>. imxl.r nil of: Lot Tlire in Thirty hlI all : Clean Bright Stock Lowest Prices. Conch Postpaid *'
    3) Suction
    4 all Lave fruit on them. Beautiful yards *'all' A. A. 8TKWAUT. > ). I < In Pressed and Repaired. I.adles'drellSes ; lees 33o per ot..
    I Town.blT'oen -' lx(.41))South oC l.uig Thirty peck $",23 bushel.
    ] ;
    Cleric Circuit Court of Hrevard Co t'Ia.ir"r -I
    i aol flower garden. Will be sold at a seven (li) East,containing ( 5i soresmora a specialty. Address,
    i bargain. For full particular address or ....according: to the I lf. ''r.tJ. *Survey AM PERKINS Poultry buppliea. Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.L. e
    and .being la IIr.'a"lt..ot... Florida" ,
    "O." Reading: notice ads. on this- page F. A. ;.M<>R( \N. Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, CAMERON. The Seed Store.

    i' Care ADVOCATE Tltusvtlle, Fla. are tire ouuu per line per week. K ...j.I) Siwclal Matter. P. O. Box 233. Sanford Fla. 125 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE> FLA



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