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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 8, 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
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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).
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OLe Q4=. NO. 34. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 1 8. 10OQ. PRICE. Bo.LOCAL .

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NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, la Dyeing < FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO TilE LARGE imiCIC STOIIJ! BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AMONG THE HOTELS.
Dr. Dodson the Courthouse '
-Look for W, W. Luce's ad. page 8. near -

nd Topics of General Interest. -Mr. Uobt. J.. Motlow left, yesterday, -Dr. W. L, Hughlett, of Cocoa, was Special Sale, Monday, Aii:r. lltli, Whore to stop in Tltusvllle See Tltusvllle

for Mulberry, Tenn., where his wife li in town yesterday The Board was called! to order on the hotel ad on our 7th page.
at .r. 1C. Walker & Co's.Tables .
THE ADVOCATE, quite ill. -Mr. Frank Webber has been in town 7th, instant, by order of the Chairman Where to stop along the East Coast.

'1.150 per annum, in advance. -Mr. L. S. Kldre: of Ankona, was a all tbe week on a visit to his mother. nn artistic Brass Table, worth! Piosent: J, R. Walker, tat District; J, Sea list of hotels on page 7.

Hl.OO six months, '. on Monday's train en routeto FINE STATIONERY JUST RECEIVed $3 60 for 275.: R Mlot, 2nd District; K A. Conkling, all
passenger Ladles' Std District; J. C. Jones, 4th District The ADVOCATB: Is now on tile at
$2.00 per an. to foreign countrioa. Carrollton 111. at Wilson & Son'a Titusville. Underwear, not a few piece
reduced but the whole and J. F'. Bell, nth District; A. A. Stewart the boat hotels in New York city.
line-any garment -
tbe ADVO-
subscribe for
When you the it does not coat -Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankona,, Friendship Chapter No. 11, ,Order of 23: per cent off on Mond.iy.: clerk; and J, P. Brown, nheiliT -Visitors to Havana, Cuba, will find
TIC cents by year week, Included.you was a pleasant visitor in town front Mon Eastern Star: had a pleasant meeting on Sewing Machines, Drop lead, com- Minutes of the last regular l11letlng) the ADVOOATH on tile every week at the
ree per postage day until Tuesday. Tuesday evening.Mr. plete net fixtures, made by New Horn were rend! and approved.The American Club.
Note date of expiration printed upon Tax Collector's report of poll
>ur paper or wrapper every week. This -Miss Mabel Reynolds bas been in B. J. Hllburn, a well-known attorney Sewing:: ; Machine Co., well worth $:t.01l:; ; collected during the month of July, The Seaside Inn, Houbioezo, Is doing a

a receipt for your money. No needr DeLand several days this week, visitingher of Palatka, has a Chancery case this sale, jtlT.CO. ino-J, amounting to $02.UO for the yea good business They' oxjiect to have.
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white and 20cent
us to send receipt for subscription friend, Miss Irwlnna GauUlen. before Judge Jones to-day. ity Lawns at IStg, cents; 15 figured cent quality, fIl"l.t14j!> ,, I(MM), and UU.UO for the year 1DOI, was full house by the (first of :September

10 date gives it to you. HAVE YOUR BICYCLE REPAIREDat GILT EDGE BEETS 13 CENTS A CAN cents; 12+ cent quality at 71 cents. reoel vo.t. Mr. Cha. D. Case, who has held the
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATB is on W. P. Giles' Repair Shop, near the 4 cane 2-pound Tomatoes for :23/; cents, Organdie, ISO cent quality at :22.! cents. On motion, the petition of John Goodeet portion of clerk at the Indian River hotel

le at the following news-stands, at five Indian River hotel, Titusville. at Carroll's. Long Cloth, worth M! cents, at 10 eta; al citizens of Malabar and Melbourne\ Tlttisvillo! since Ilfall, hangonn to )

-nts per copy : -Mr. Porson Pnddlxon spent Sundayat -Do not forget the meeting of Indian : worth UO: cpnh, at Id cents. for public road from Malabar to Mel- Lake City, where he has accepted n position .
TJtusvllle, -B. R. WilRon A Son. Curtain Swiss large. dot worth 21)( eta bourne (presented! at the April meeting) with Mr. John D. Crubb.
his ;
Eau Gallle, and called upon !Melbourne River Lodge No. i)0) this (Friday) even. Is rejected, and the same Is referred back
Ja.ckaonville-Duval. hotel. friends while in that section.HANCOCK'S Ing as there is special work to do. thin sale 11 U cents Mr. D.'ll. Matkeson, who held the
for a now petition.
News stand Union depot
Wash Silks, worth 05 cents the yard,
LIQUID SULPHUR cures Judge J. B. Gaines, a prominent attorney at 47 cents.Table The road bids were opened and dl&- poult I on of steward' MI Hotel Colonnades,

all blond and skin dlKeaHcs. )For ale by from Leesburg, is In town to-day, ,, l'\olltl1\faholl'any' Library Table' posed of us follows: SonbrovRO, \< 1"., Is now at Doylo's 1'ros-
P- Residing notice ads. are ten centsr B. R. Wilson & Son, Titusvlll, Fla. accompanied by his friend, Mr. J, C. well worth flUOO:!(> ; this sale only f''l.Oll. Contract No 1, District No. 1, was 'ixiot hotel Coney Island, N. Y. Mr.
line on this page. Love. awarded to Goo. U. Gardner. for *7J.: Mathoson some years ago, managed the
-Mr. Wade II, Jones was Seabreeze Window hharies, prices range; from 12)) Indian River hotel Tllimvllle and last
Gardner
No. :a.I, DlHtilctNo. 1, to (Hoo B. ;
-Rev. J. F. 0'Boyle was In town from from Saturday until Monday, enjoying -Do not forget to attend the Good to 75 cents each. for *1IM. summer ha was the proprietor of Hotel
turday until Mondayi5Cy the surf bathing and delightful Roads meeting ut ,Jensen to-morrow Mall orders. receive prompt and careful Ormond
promen- No it, DUtrlct No. 1, to O, B. Gardner Coquina, Fla.
Filter tubes are now for sale at ades., (Saturday) afternoon. Read the advt.on attention. for $41.No. 1.
Write us. When in town come to see A copy of the Now Ootmn House He-
is office, price 2ctsj: ; postage extra. -Mr.[ Henry L. Murphy, of Palatka this page, us. We can save you money. ,I, DlsUlct No. 1, all bids were reJectoil. mlndor lu\n been rerolvnd at the ADVO-(

Judge D. L.Gaulden spent from Bat- will take charge/: the Titusville express CALL AT THE NEW TOY AND We lend the leaders In low prices. Excessive.No. OATS: ofllco. It is published every Satur- i

day until Monday with his family, at office during the absence of Mr. G. O. Novelty Store, In the HI.ImgeourbulldlnJr Yours to serve, f, 1)ietriatNo.1, error day by MOSKIR. Alnslle ilk Urnhow, pro-
Land Howard, who la going on a vacation.Mr. Main street, '!Titusville; live J. R. AVALKKK & CO.Titusville No. (fI I, It.tl'lut No.1 1, was awarded toI. piletors of the New Ocean House, at
and ten cent counters. .. Grinis, jr., for M\:
swampsaott, Mass., and |4 given free to
-Mrs. 11. J. Shirley left this week for II. T. Whaler, Miami's well- 18.I No. 1, District No. ->, no bids received and
the It contains a directory
extended visit to her parents Inorgla. known jeweler, was In town a day or ao Captain and Mrs. J. O. Walton and _+ No. 2, District No. V, no bids received. ituosts. time table well several i
the first of the week, and while hero sold Mr. CILudeValton, who lire at present I PRIMARY ELECTION AUG. 12 No.. :II I, District 2, all bids rejected. ExCOHI a Items railway of peI'IOonal"o..slp.as Menars.as Alma
his business to Mr. (h L. Mandavllle. making their headquarters, in Boston, 1
-Mr. J. A. Collins, of tbis place, was a to short visit to Canada I <|ve, lie ift Grabow are up-to-dato hotel men,
Commissioners J. Fl: Bell expect pay a No. 1 and 2, District No. It, Is lajd over
visitor in St. Augustine, from Saturday -County next week. In accordance with the call Ill the and are well and favorably known to
1DEil Monday. J. C. Jones, R. A. Conkling and J. R. State Executive Committee, the Second for consideration until the September many residents of tho East Coast.It
Mot! were in town this week, attendingto -Mr. K. F. Alford, of Ocoee, Fta.) meeting )
rmr:; We cannot guarantee to publish their usual monthly business on the who has been In town all the week, will Primary IH hereby ordered In and for No. a, 4, 1anl\ tI I, District No. 3, no Is with pltmaure we announce tile ,
ms that do not reach this office beforeon take his second degree In !Masonry! this jrevanl county, Florida, to decide the lids received.' fact' that Mr John S. Parks has purchase

on' Thursdays Board.Mr. ([Friday) evening, and to-morrow he ex. contest as between JetTerson II. Brown No. 7, District No. 3, was awarded to ed the AI Fresco hotel Jensen, Fla.,
and ]Mrs. A. K. Wilson spent t leave for Cutler.Mr. and henry E. Day for Railroad Commls. Ivy[ Lawson for $10. whlult Is In the heart of the pineapple
Mr. O. II. Voss, of Enterprise, was From Saturday until Monday at tea-: pects <> sinner The same Inspectors and clerk No. 8, District No. ::1 1, to Ivy Lawsonfor section of the East Coast, and he Is
nest of the Indian River hotel a day breeze, enjoying the surf bathing and Inhaling and Mrs. E. P. Porcher and that held the election of July 13lh, are *;m./ about to re-fit the whole house, thereby

two this week.X the ozone wafted across Grand Family, of Cocoa, who have been In hereby requested to act as Inspectors No. 0 I, District No. 3, all bid rejected making it as attractive as any hotel on
) PAPER-Price's ten to fifty cents; Old Ocean. Jacksonville during the pant two months and Clerks of this coming primary to beheld Kxoesslve. Indian River. Mr. Parka U determined

Tablets from I 5 to 20 cents B. R. WIl- Williamson or so, are now occupying the Blodget on Tuesday next, August 12rh, the No. 10, DUtrlct No. It, awarded to C, there shall not be a better table than his
-Mr. Jon. a prominent
HOU & Son, Titusville. and of Mloco, ,cottage on the beach at Good all.Mr. election to be held In the manner before B. Sanders for *.t4. In Jlrevanl county; and ha Informs us

Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort' Pierce, orange was among pineapple the pleasant grower callers at I hi* T. B. Lanier, of Tavareft, Fla., Described. As far as possible poll list Nos. I 1,2, :3 l and 4, Dlstitot No. 4, are that the traveling public will be glad to i
will be furnished the All when
things
Inxpnutoia with him hs In
here Ills office on Monday. He wa before the was a caller At this office, on Thuisday.' aid over for action uutll the September stop !gets
seed through Tuesday, on
;
those who voted in the I last primary are good! running order. We congratulate
of Lanier Is of nmeoting. }
Jacksonville.Mr. County Commissioners in the Interest Mr. :Supervisor: Registrationfur
ly to good roads. Lake county, and Is an old friend of entitled to vote In ihU. Xos. 5, 0 and 7, District No. 4, uo bldireceived. VIr. Parks upon his purclmie, and wish T
C. C. Chillingworth, of West our townsman, Mr. A.J. Sembler. The EseoutiveCommittee will pay all him abundance of success In his new
ilm Beach, was a passenger/: on Tues- -Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roblnvotu of expense connected with the soi vice. Anleretofuie 'VOH. H, 0 and 10, District No. -I I, are venture ,'

y's northbound train, bound for Tallaissee. Eden, passed through here, Wednesday, -Mr. Ooo. F. Miles, Manager of the (he Inspectors will cho"IOeone laid over for notion until the September 'The Clarendon Inn and the Breakers
on their way to New York They were 11'. O. L. C. A T. Co., St. Augustine who of their number to take the ballot, meet!nit. ,
accompanied by Miss Florence Robinson, has ,been on the sick lint for a while at box to the County Clerk's office, to be No I 2 :'I and l A no bids received Saabre cw: under the manageroentof Col.C. l.
-Mrs. F. A. Lesley and daughter/: Miss who was on her way to Seabreeze:: for a Ills\ summer residence at Pomfret Center, leliveiutl there on or before noon of Monday No.,4,,District, No., A, all bids rejected. C. Post, ably ansUtod ty Mr. C. II.
nab, of Titusville, were at Daytona from few days. Juno, l U much better, we are pleased to the ISlh day of August, to canvas Executive. {nappe, as assistant-manager, had quite
turday until Tuesday last. guests olbmldt's note. the vote that may bo cart In this primary. of !licenses Issued by the Tax a large number of guests last Sunday,
jamWhen answering advertisements Report when an AUVOOATK representative visited
Villa.Congressman.
In these column, you would confer a -Vice-Presldent J. R Parrott, Traffic Aa regards. our county officers, K. 0. Collector during the month of .July, thl. cosy hotel. All the guests! seemed .
Robt. W. Davis ban Favor by sty ing you saw the advt. In the Manager J. P. Beckwlth and Supc. II. T. lummerlln, sr., having withdrawn from and amounting to #:2.7", state; and 41.38, to be well pleased with the way these
to Washington, to meet his charm- OolT arrived here Wednesday on a the content as candidate for Fish received.
one EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing special county, was combined hotels are managed The surf
g young daughter, Miss Nellie, who you will receive better attentlou from train. They were on an Inspection Game Warden, a certificate of nornlna- On motion, tJDO: ; ) Is appropriated loran milling and (lulling are excellent, and ,
is been visiting friends. the advertisers. of the railroad. Senator Taliaferro wasa Ion will he given to the plurality candidate exhibit at the State F"lrand Mr. O. the hard beach and /llneshell roods" afford
of Mr. Parrott. T. A. Uobinson. In cane of content T. : I III appointed! CommlHsloner
McCarty
who bas been guest opportunities for drives. and bicycle
Miss Grace Reid on aoweeks' ample
LaQrnngo Postofllce will be discontinued for member School Board, W. C. Jlr"d- Jonas 4th DUtrlot vot-
visit with Mrs. Chas. Wll- Three beautiful little fawns in theyn.rd (Commissioner riding. Those who wish to whit time
3Ulb. when dock, Sr. having failed to the a"Ho..1Im"nt -
on Saturday: August pay .
Sanford returned to her home R bt.L. Motlow Julia log "No") seashore, title summer, would do well to
of Mr.
n.u In all\ paraphernalia attached to said post- > on Imposed, a certificate of nominationwill On motion, the allowance. of A. Gores
and the
I'JInipty on Tuesday.Mr office will, bu turned over to PostmasterJ. street, have attracted much attention be given to H. N. Andrews- the plurality I Increased from * to $8 per month. remember JreakerN. and the write Clarendon Col. Post Inn for rates
the fact ,
LaForrest TIamor, the popular '1". Bassett, Titusville. Now let the this; week. Notwithstanding! candidate.W. Petition of K.: F. Oliitsoh et al, cltl-
'presentative of W. U. Michael & Son, government give the people a free de that; It Is not long since they were nap- L. HUOIILKTT, Chairman. cens of Klo, for .a publIc road, was re- /See: ad. on our 7th page.
tured In the woods, running wild, they Hotel men seem to be golD Into newspaper
lilladelphla, was among Tuesday's pas livery. calved and granted. The following committee j
jngers, on his way to the Quaker City. -Mrs. W. N. Ilendry, of Fort Tierce, are now as tame aa kittens. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. was appointed to mark, view and business, for !4 11I1r.. Anderson Jk
who bas been W. Hardue T, J. 'rice, of the Mount Pleasant
visit to -Mr. Wm. M. Brown layout the same: t. managers
Monday
D. of Jensen'lrOPilnent arrived in town, on a
-Mr. E. one
Young -r-- loune. and the Mount Washington In
and other In-
looking after bill banking DeHtenben and J, O. Fries
residents, was a passenger on her daughter, Mra. A.friends D. Penney.have been Mrs.lendry'a erests at Miami, returned to his home 'To the Members of the Democratic; Executive On application of .F. A. Losley and R. the White Mountains, N. It., have just

uesday's northbound train, en route to [ numerous this week home at this place on Tuesday, and left Committee of Brevard Co. L. Motlow, to sell liquors, etc., In Election sent the A DvooATB: a nopy of their new
(lalnfleld, N. J., for the balanue ol the giving her hearty band-shakes learn she will remainIn for New York and Boston next day. Mr. A meeting of the Democratic Exeou- District No. 2; 1(. L. Motlow to sell dally publication, which they call\ "The

11 mm or. and are pleased to and Mrs. Brown went north on the Clyde steamer Live Committee of Brevard County will, liquors, eta., In Election District No. 4, iugle.." It gives a report of the open-

ALT. AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PUOl'O- looks town several for a month inches;taller since Penney the arrival Algonquin, and will return to Titusville Iw held at the Court House In Tltusvllle, snd W. J. Tucker to sell liquors, Mo., In lOll ball l at Hotel !Mount Washington,

graphlo Gallery Titusville and net of her mother.Mr. the first week In September.Mrs. on the lath day of August, A. I)., 1001-, Election District No. 0, received, l filed and we are pleased! to note that our popular -
his samples ofPhotograpphs, Picture for tbe purpose of effecting a permanent and ordered published according to law and ""olallrlend, General Samuel:
Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings G. L. Mandavllle, one of our BenJ. Hogg, of Fort Pierce, organization and the consideration ol The Treasurer's report was taken up J.' Anderson, was one of the leaders' In
Always something new. popular young townsmen, has bought the was among the pleasant. callers at this of- such other buolness sa may be Decennary checked up, and the paid warrants turn. grand march. )Dr. L. L. Pinkerton, of
interests of Mr.. II. T. Whaler, in his Ti- Ice yesterday afternoon. I Her h usband'sachoner A full attendance In requested. ed over by the Treasurer, with .111 report )rm..nd, Is. a guest. of his sister, Mrs. J.
-Mrs. J. D. Crabb, who bas spent the tuavllle jewelry store. Mr. MunrUvllIela Is on Nelson's ways, Tltusvllle anti B. R. Wir-sof, were destroyed by Messrs. Mlot I U. Price, at the Mount pleasant house
ist live weeks Titusville, returned to and undergoing a thorough overhauling, I The AUVOOATK of Florida wishes The t
said to be an excellent workman, Committeeman for County at-lnrge. and Con k II nit. The Treasurer had Isle ,
er home In Lake City, Saturday, stop- we bespeak for him a share of public Captain Hogg and son, Ben., are busily usual, certificate of deposit attached! to ingle, of the White Mountain, every.
Ing en route at Daytona, fora few daya'ialt pn.tronage-eapeclally in the repairing, \ employed superintending the work. The ila report.On success
with Mrs. S. W.. O'Brien. jewelry and cleaning of watches and Captain's launch la also being put ID Cypress' Lutli. motion, the assessment of Emma

-:Mrs. J, T. Bassett, Mrs. 8. N. :Nor- clocks, at whloh we understand beta an good condition.Mr. I'. Hardln of fvx) on north half of lot 2, CHURCH NOTICES.

nand her son, Walter Norton, left on export. Watches cleaned at this store II. II. Carpenter had a narrow We have a few hundred thousand Cypress except north itBO feet, section 7, township -

onday for Tallulah Falls, Ga, for the are guaranteed for one year. escape of being killed this week. DurIng Lath, suitable for pineapple sheds, 31, range :1\1\ Vi\: acres, Is reduced.
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alance of the lumraer. Mrs. Basnet! floral parade of four- the heavy wind 'and rain storm on to offer. Order early as there are very to $:.J '. Assessment of Emma. P. lI.rd-I :, Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine
-At the
grand the the ,(00 In south 111 oh. of lot 1 east services) !St. Gabriel's church, Tliievills > j
as been in poor health for some time In-bands and various kinds of carriages, Monday afternoon big Hag pole near few lath on market. In, of ,
ut we hope tbe change( of climate and took place at Swampscott Mr. S.: W. Carroll's store fell to the TUB EAST COT LUWIIKR of county road, and north part of lot 0, on Munday next at 11 a. m. and
which
every will be of much benefit to her. Mass.recently brake contained Mr. B. ground, crushing the side of Air. Carr Attar Wuri-i.V (!o., north of, and northeast corner of lot 4, 7.fOp.:: m.
one >enter's straw hat In its descent. A few 2t Eau Gallic, Fla. >otinde l by county road, section H. town 'Il v, L. D. Geiger will preach In the
Creamer
the Miss Louise !Mrs. ,
at W. Currier
from the ocean pier, ,
Fishing would crushed in his 7 U reduced to
and inches closet have ship 31, range W, } acres, church Tltusvllle next Sunday
larendon InnSeabreeze, bas been quite !Miss Creamer. Miss F. Breed Mr. Baptist ,
ADVOCATEipresentatlve Sayward while Masters Donald Currier skull. horse For Male .. $300.: August lOtli, at 7UO: o'clock p. m.' Also, ,
ood of late. On Sunday, an ; On motion the assessment of |..IHX)()on
witnessed the landing of and Carl Sayward occupied a dogcart. -The following wedding Invitationwas I.. C. Moore's Northwest H uf Northwest at LaGrange, same day, at 11 a. m.

bree large sea bass. Mr. C. II. Knappe, Tbe carriages which took part In the received at this office yesterday: J.arlteoyear: old horse for sale,. good 4, palt of lots 1 and 2, described In .. Van!loute will hold services
>e assistant-manager of the Clarendonnn parade were beautifully decorated with Editor of ADVOCATE-Mr. and Mrs. worker, line driver; gentle. heed Book 8, page :t4U, Is reduced to tockledge chapel next Sunday at 11 a.
and the Breakers, and !Mr. A. Neal roses and natural flowers. Mr. CurrierIs Tindall request your presence at the W. R. UAHIIKK, J.200.:. m.l; 180, In the Tituavllle Presbyterian
>ddins, of Gainesville, a guest at this the owner. of an orange grove at Or- marriage of their sister Grace Irene tf Jensen! Fla. On motion W. II. McFarland Is granted I church at7ti: < P. m. The Tltusvllle Sunday
snort, each caught a 30-lb( bass, and Mr. mond, where he enjoys the winter with Skill, to Mr. Henry Brooker, Thursday, a permit to catch one seacow for selen School will meet at 3 :30 p. m.
\ II. Coleman, a member of the hotel his family. lie Is in tbe wholesale clothIng August 21st, 1UOJ\ at their residence at title ea. .
:rchestra, caugHt a 24-lb bas*. .T lf'lIe business in Boston, and does a business West Jupiter, Fla., at five o'clock." We Wagons for Hale. Reports parpo of Justices of the Peace, J. M.

re among the first catches of the season, of over tJ.OOOJUO a year. Ills tender congratulations in a< hick promises great sport for the fol- principal summer residence is in Lynn I now have on band a large;) stock of 2- recel ve.l. -
wars of Sir Izaak Walton who visit this Mass. Both Mr. Currier and .Miss Carrier Inch tire and 3-1 neb tlieone-horse wagons were bond of R. B. Holmes The fast and reliable n apt ha launch
pular resort. took prizes for tbe best general ap- Klyers. bat. can be delivered at once. Notarr.l'ublle A. A. Taylor and J. "Itamblera: feet over all,01 feet beam;
all
of carriages. K. E. Dints, Jn., nearly new and in flrat-ctaas condition.
pearance
OR GOOD FRESII GROCERIES AND M. Sunders as sureties, was approved. Price If sold loon)0.00.) '
vegetables at the lowest prices, try PURE SODA WATER. Try our "Pine Monday only., Hoyt's Cologne I eta.Lonsdale Tltusvllle, Fla. Letter from W. II. Sharpe was received E. T. CoitHAU ife: Co.,

W. E. Goldsmith, Titusville. apple." Made from fresh fruit. B. .". Muslin 121 yds $1. and the Board appreciated the tf Daytona, Fla.
lOo India Llnon ,8 .
cts.
R. Wilson A :Son: Tilusvtlle. Notice. sentiments contained
'. .* :.T I ,J Crumb Trays. 21 cts. Report of fish and game warden and
Sugar Rice Barrels. mm .. 13o Black Lawn 12: eta. of tbe superintendent of convicts was reel Do Not Fall to KegUter.
and There will be a general meeting of the
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For Sale Cheap. :'l)o Dimities ,1.1 eta. ved.
Good Roads. Association at the Jensen
For sale. Address, C. A. GABDXRB, Tituavllla Fla. fawn' ball at two o'clock p. m. on IIatur- Petition of cltlzena of Canaveral and The County Registration Books will
WALTER A. Moons, Learners'.Telegraph Outfit, complete. day, August Oth, 1902. Everyone Is cordially Arteala was referred to Commissioner be open at the Courthouse Tltusrllls,
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Address, "Box 112: ," Invited to attend, as at this meet- Allot of that district. three days I In the week, as follows i On
Titusville, Pla. Cypress Hunt Lumber.Just ag business will be transacted that will 1'etltlon of citizens of White City for Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays, from i

fleet all. a neighborhood road to cemetery, is o o'clock. m. to 12 o'clock, noon; and

Furniture. Pineapple Grower received,a carload of cypress lumber It Is Important that you come and granted, and J. M. Orrell, II. Christensen. from 2 p. m. to A o'clock p. m. I
and and F. J. Bates are appointed a committee The books will be opened on Monday,
all width. to :20 Inches, and all have a voice In the'proceedings not
Call and sea our new line of Furniture, with Pineapple lengths to 20 feet. stay home and find fault afterward., be- ti: mark out same. August 4tb I'-KU, and will clom on Saturday -
and Kitchen Table, We can supply you dealers license of {11th
tension: Parlor On motion the llsb the of October, lOO-j.!
suit
to ,
in quantity. Write THE EAST COAST LCMBERAKO cause things were not arranged
edroom Suites, Matting, etc., direct us Wrapping for prices Paper any O. E. COOJT, JHTPLY Co., you. C. -II. KACKY, J.' J. Tucker & Co., is transferred J. T. J. COCKSu tTT.

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I me that 1 had been seen In new York Owner. Description of Land. See T. 'R. A. An

San Francisco New Orleans. Imagine 'NOTIJE.. .

.J'AILlN. Mon my feelings at these reports, knowing dition to Titimille! . . 3' 22 33: $; .,:

ct1P that they would turn out false and described lands will be sold at E. L. Oanjts., . Lot 23, Rerdell's addition tQ
ii i matters When NOTICE I. hereby given that the followIng Titusville . . . . .3 22 33 1
t Off \ were only delaying auction on th" ht day of September:! 11)02, at Titueville In the Lot 36 Rerdell's addition trfTitusville >,
K P. Sammls .. ,
discovered mntllated almost
: body was will be to the amount
j f Ufl&5jic3t1i my County ot Brevard or.o much thereof as necessary pay .. . 3 22 S3 ;)
beyond recognition I gave up In due the Town ot Tltusvilltffbr! Town 'ratell herein let opposite to the same, Rer. addition
<;: ells to
S F. Gray . . Lot 44, ', '
< ) despair.It together with costs ot such sale and advertising.. Titusville . . . 3 23: 35

B t=l SINE:5S.filii : was about this time that I. together mOWNER. I> Gorey. .. . Lot 51 Rerdell's addition to

with those of tbe gung who bad t Q, Tituiville . . . . 8 22 33 1

._e been arrested was brought to trial A DESCRIPTION; o: :a roI:: a o oo W S. Graham.. :. Lot 33' : Rerdell's addition to ,

young criminal lawyer came to my cell ;j rl <; Titusville! 3 22 83 i

+ and proposed! to take my case. I saw A .. aHb: W. S. Graham ... Lot W, lterdeli'adion to

; .,. that be was mart as a whip and engaged Jl H ..It o tai Titusville! . . . . 31 2:3:: 33 1

PAUba1 him. Then 'T told him my story. W.. Graham.. .. Lot 67, Rerdell's addition to ".
Whether he believed me or not I don't M. Goldsmith! . Part 'iVest! !k ot Southeast! ; Titusville . . . . 3 .22 33 i iE.
Qtaa4arulanta4. ante.a be did. He""ribt'd"" 10 Deed Book "01 I a, Harris.. Plat in Book "I" Page 503; ,

I\A.-.<-1i'\'t- o.j, know but he pretended that Page'883; . . 33 21 35 48. IS 43E Block aU 31't3. .'. . . . 3 22 S3 }1u.
a 1It..I. This was his line of defense: lie J.ot..lUlockSa. . . . : 3,2233
ot Southeast
H. nIce. ? Part outhWt'8t : B. Metzer. ... :. 1
proved beyond a doubt that I was nel '3 _' D 8Crlbetl Deetl Book "1111" E. G Harris . South 22 acres Government Lot "

j ther William Black nor Thomas' White I'af.e D7 . . 83. 21 M I 0 2 05It. 1, Seo. -I, 'fp. 22, S. R. 35 E..
3aJ but Peter Brown; that at the time of L. I.ockard.. .. Rice a addition to Tltullvllle! Described Deed Book "Q,' v

} t..1-:6J: 4Aalatt4 min. the murder I was sound asleep at a ,. Northeast! corner ot Block t. 33 21 Sf .1 35E :! Page 222. . . . . 3 23: 33 I

hotel 1 and had wakened early In the H. nice.. .u... Rlt'e' addition to Titueville '
morning and started for tbe boat with West 1 of Block 1. . . 3 21 35 1 7:1: R. E. MIMS, Jr., Tax Collector.

the Intention of going to Cairo: that W. II. Townsend.. Rice's addition to Titusville, --
South >' of, Block 0. . . 3 21 35 1 75 -
BLACK WHITE I bad got tangled up wltb the Detective -
/ Unknown . Rice's addition to Tltusville Master's Sale. Sheriff's Sale.
White affair and bad lost my coat y.y. 6 33 21 35 1 75:
North !% of Block . .
: OR DROWN ? and a part of my shirt K. A. Haw burg . Rice's addition to Tltusville; -
1 I was acquitted, but tbe bill for witDesses' LotB, Described Deed BookBB" AND BY VIRTUE OK A FINAL:! DE- UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN t.\ti

.I fees took every cent I had. Page 732 of Block 7. 33 21 '35 2 03 creelnforeclosareentureillaCJrrai'Courtfor the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. 1902.( Issued out of on the the Circuit llth day Court of of Jnm the Bi.V.>

fOrlelnal. ABA BROWN DALLETT. :1:1':. II. Kice . . Rioe's-addition to Titusville, In Mid for Urevanl County in a cauue therein Judicial. Circuit of the State of Florida, MI, i
Tea I hove retired from tbe detec- Lot 0, Described Deed Book depending wherein Ktlward hough lit. complainant for the County of lllllnboroujrh. In a tort
; Art I ftC'laltl..th....... "Y Page 310 of Block 7.. 33 21 35 1 (C5 I: and James 8. gnowden and Susan r. Snow- cause wherein Stephen M. Sparkraon and W,
tive business. When a man is brought den are defendants, I will dell at publio 'sale In Carter partners under the name of Sparkm'
For success wltb Incubators remember M. .'V. Watson.. .. Rice's addition to Titusville, front of the Court house: door In Tltn llle, t lor. <& Carter, are plaintllTs, and Eli O. Mon-uii
+ to trial for bis own murder, It Is prima : Lot A, Described Deed Book Ida between the legal. hours of sale, to the bib-| : lefendant. I will. sell at publio ontcrr licit

i ; t facie evidence that he U not fitted to Test on seventh day. '"v "L," Page 173, of Block 8. 33 ''21', 35 163 ,t and bent bidder for cash, on the the County Court of House Bnward door, between in the the city legal of Tltimli noun

j 't bunt down criminals.I Temperature 103 degrees. .... E, 11, Rice. .. . Rice's addition to Titusville f FIRST DAY Off! SEPTEMBER, A. D., 1902, rate, onIONDAT
LotB Described Deed Book '
bad conceived a Brent fancy for the Fill lamps every evening. "Y," Page 316, of Block 3 21 35 103 the and tune.Iepalaalit being tbe day,flrat the fnllowlnKdencrllwd Monday. In said month realMUte. ) f SEPTEMBER let, A. D. 1002

detectlvo service from reading about Cool eggs after fourth day. E. II. Rice. . . Rice's addition to THusville, situated In the County of Mrevard and for Cash to tbe highest. anil\ -\>est bidder, the I
'M. Lecocq and Sherlock Holmes and Turn eggs/ after fourth day. Lot D Described Deed Book State of Florida, or BO much thereof as will sat- lowing described property, to wit

determined to make It my buslnes I Never cool below 85 degrees. ', "Y," Page 316, of Block: . 33 21 35: 1 45 tefjr Ben Mid Inning decree at the and northeiwt oonts to-wlt corner: of the southeast "Lying I Florida: the County of llrevai:;

Keep: burners perfectly clean. A. Greely.. . Rice's addition to Titusville quarter of the northwest quarter of Section In the State ,Interest described I as" folios
undivided one-half
but was discharged An in the ;Son
, secured a Job In-Clilcngo, Turn eggs every twelve; hours. Lot A Described Deed Book b4'BB'fPa Six ((8), In TowiiBblp Twenty-two thence(*2)) South runningnorth of west quarter. of the Northwest quarter. of 8,

within a week for stupidly Do not turn up flame too high.. :e210, of Block I 9. 33 21.. 35 103( :: 10.40 TMrtyflve I chains, thence(38)(: ) East west| to t be west boundary tlon thirty-three ((33)), Township thirty-six (&

giving away u plan to trap a den of Keep machines out of sunlight D. A Cooper. . Rice's addition to Titusville of said motion, township and range, Forty bouth of Range thirty-seven Southwest(37)) East; and,tSouthwestquarterof

I counterfeiters. 1'onolved to make another Put In a new wick for every hatch. Lot B, Described Deed Book (boundary oftl()) chains more or IBM chains; thence thence south eat on Forty.ahl Section twenty-eight (2H: ), Townsnip quarter thlrtv. ..
t I "BB 732 of Block 0. ,3321 33 105) line 11 32X ; (:till), South of Range tbirty-eeven ('1)) t. .
ti-UiI, 1 went to St. I. uls. but I doors closed during hatching.Be Page : ((40))chains more or less to the RUb-dlvlxlon line *
l bad gained such nn unenviable reputa. Keep O. G; Blrubaum Rice's addition to Titnsville, between the northwest quarter and,the northeast Also the of Northeast Section four quarter of the S'orttoi
the Incubator I is standing '. quarter (4), Township limn
sure of said Motion six ((5 and tbenoe
Deed
Lot G Described Blue: quarter
tlon among detectives that I concluded ; north links to the point of beginning. And even (37)), South of Range tbirty-seven ((37)).Li-.
level. !IUH
I before for work to oblit ;- "L,"' Page lUl, ot Block( 9. 33 21 35 -103 also commencing a point 85.49 rods north of Or so much thereof as may be aureeeap
aguluuppiying Discontinue cooling: after eighteenth 1. "V4 Taylor t. .. Rice's addition to Titusville southwest corner of southwest quarter of north satisfy said execution. Said property levy|<
.4 crate all truces of my former record xlay. Lot E Described Deed Book went quarter of Section 81X ((6). Township Twen upon Is that of Eli O. Morgan.

by changing name. From William Add moisture only when air, cell Is tOG "Y'Paga 310, of Block 9. 33 21 33; 145 ty-two thence Ho((23 rods South east,,Range thence Thirty 13 roils live north((36),)thence East; J. P. BROWN

1} Itlock I become Thomas White.I large. E. It. Rice..J; . Rice's addition to 'Titusville. 80 rods. west, thence 13 rods south to the point of Isep] Sheriff of Brevard County Florida

secured a Jub on II case! of burglary. Don't let run down during South/ West \i Block U 33 21 33 115 beginning| containing In all DIM acres more or
temperature heretofore sold to
r lens. Save and except 2 acres
It was rather n dangerous! work and batching. S: M.\ Strickland.. Rlce'8 addition to Titusville, Ladle McKeuelD to wit: Oornmenclnif thBuiuheast blaster's/ Sale.
Part Described Deed Book i corner of the south half of the north.
t for that rt'iiHoit) probably It wiis given
t Discontinue turning after eighteenthday. "GG"Iarei$ jj{0, of Block 10. 33 21 35 103 east quarter of the northwest quarter of Section
.J to me. a stronger( without credentlnls. E. H., Rice s. . Rice's addition to Titusville Six (Bt. running thence north 1"5 yard, thence
! ; Information bud been brought In that west IIn yanlH, thenoe south 105 yards, thence nItR AND BY VIRTUE OF A Km
t. "Hands off" while the mrs! are batch Went %i except Lot A Des east lOll() yards to the point of beulnnlnci( ; said. U decree. In foreclosure entered In the C
;; a gang of robbora] had their hendqunr Ing.-Farm. Garden and Poultry. cribed Deed Book "Ytf Page land being; ultuutfld In lirevard County, State of.Jrlurld. cult Court for I he 8e..entbJudlclal Clm"

ters In a dlW near the river front and 318, of Block 11 . . . 33 21 35 175 .., F. A. htoltfAN of therein Florida depending In and for wherein Brevard F.County E. Heath, In end a can'

I was sent out to luvostlgtite the plnce heating Ease After Traveling Unknown. ,. '. . Titus' addition to Titusville. Bt aug29 Bpuclal Master.. K. Rimnlter.: as Kxemitor) of John Heath::, i

\ and report. If the men who bad been Poultry breeders' and shippers of North of Block 1. . 34 21 33 175 complainants, and J P. Brown as adminlmtorofJnli"o. .
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et'al., defendant
ti for M. E. Norwood .. Titus' addition to Titusville wellea\ are
I entering houses! the past month eggs for incubating purposes frequently Master. Sale.UNDER will cell at \.. In front of tho' on
I ,f ,,4' ; were .there I wan supposed to gain i to rest their Lot 1 of Block 4, . . 34 21 35: 1 55 d House door at Tttnsville, Florida between II!
t t, Instruct purchasers M. Norwood . Titus' addition to 'l'ltu vllleo. legal hours of sale, to tile highest and beer b,
1/,1./, .some Inkling of tbe tact upon which for twenty-four hours after receiving tier for sash,on the
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.3 ( eggs Lots 4. and 5 Block 4. . 34 21 35 233
: the pollee would be warranted In makIng them before putting them Into W. S. Norwood . Lot Described Deed Book "W AND BY VIRTUE OF A Final Decree FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D.. I 1001
[I.fi1 a descent and arresting the lnr1 incubators, claiming better results Page 23: antI "EE,'"page 21-I. 34 21 33 375: .. entered In the Circuit Com

J J'J''f' mates. with eggs! so treated than when put in J. P. Turner .. Coleman's addition, Lots and In and for for the llrevard Seventh County Judicial In.Clroultof.a cause therein Florid month the same and being a legal the sale flnt day,Monday the toliowlnty In tIe, n ill,

f" Dressed shabbily at an early hour In the Incubators Immediately upon ar : 5. 34 21 35 173 depending' wherein Frank E. Heath and K. K.. crllteil real efttte. tiniatod I n the County of lit
t the morning I went to the saloon, fount rival. The Maine experiment station i J.'P. Turner . Coleman's addition Lots 7, 8 Konnlter. as Executors. of John Heath, are conplalnanw yard. and State of Florida, or so much thereof
and C. K. Price: and Louise O. Price
I t It open arid within as hard a looking tested this last year and batched fifteen and 9. . . . . . 34 21 33 213 are defendant, I will sell at publio sale In frontof will satisfy said decree and costs to-wlt:
t "1 I! lot as ever went to jail. Staggering to J.IP. Turner . Coleman's addition, Lots 12 the ourt House door at TltUBvll, Florida. All of fractional Section Twenty-nine( ail) u
In
chickens from sixty-five rest all of Lot Throe ((3)) Section Thirty (can
eggs and 13. . . 34 '21 :35 J: 103 between tbe legal hours of sale, to the highest aia(2lSouthoftangeThlr(
the bar I called for TownshiUTwent )
a drink Intending cash the !
bidder for
and best on
ed hours after shipmentand
twenty-four F. E. Emerson. West part, of Lot 1, except -seven (Ji) East,contalningElghty-fivel415)err' )
B i y! 'nl to keep my cure and eyes open but de- twenty-two chickens from sixty' North 30 feet of South 40 feet more or less,according to the United Statei Si:
+ FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER.!: D., 1902,
and In Brevard Florida
threadbare clothes I being County
I spite my Wile spotted three eggs put In the Incubators at Described Deed Book "AA,'{ vey
I e I'I''I'I for a Df a sudden the lights tile Mine being the It rut Monday In said month F, A. MORGAN.5t
spy. .
soon an I'c) ;ehel1 from a Journey of Page 147, Lot 1 Block A. 3 22'33 3 33II. : and l a legal sale ..y.tb..following described real .
I ." 1 were put out and I felt a grip on DIY over 50O miles The number of Infertile '1'. '1.ltuat. . South 40 feet of Lot 2 Block B. 322 35 :2 43E.E.Turner estate situated In the County of Mravard and aii ;2J Special Master

boulder. Quick as a flash I slipped was seventeen and eighteen . Part Lots 1 and 2, 1DescribedDeed State of Florida, ..r.. much thereof. will satisfy
eggs wl
said decree and costs to 11
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IIi out of my (coat and In the darknessthe' rcspectlveff. Book "J," Page 23O, point the weft boundary Application for Tax Deed.N(1'fICR14 .

I iy{; man could not tell me from one of Block E . . . . . 3 22 33 3 05 line Beginning uf Lot two at((2)a), Section oil eleven (I Township'
! fr4 his own number. Making for tbe door I Theo. Titus . Lot 0, Block E. 3 22 33 11m thirty (30): ) South, Kuiige thlrty-elulit ((3H) Fast;
I II -t I rushed vest in the Roartss and ltnllivn) In Indln. Theo. Titus! . West & Lot 7, Block E . . 3 22: 83 123W. distant ItT feet from the Intfrnection, of thwest .. : purchaser HEREBY of OIVEN''ax CertlHcate47ft. THAT B.>
uut. leaving
my line of salil lot two ((2)) with the
t When ItI ht considered that in India iMinnclary
t A. lioland Part Lots 8 and 10, Described north boundary line of said lot two 2)1; them dated the :2nd day of Jay A. 1>. n'
I, .hands of one of them. of
a
, part my where roads unknown has Sled said uvrtlrlCAte ofrlce, and I b.
alone in
{ were Heed Book "J, Page 327, ntnnlnir south along said weal: hoiiinlary line my "
v,; n shirt with another and tore down the! when the British government assumed Block T . . . 8 22 35; :2 OSmltb. 1S1022 KHI( feet thence ,,1\\ toward the followed wont. lioundarr line of said I..t I wo(J) ItKfl; 11.10 *
I street river by the
miles of & Field Part Lots 8 and 10 Described .IIrll18.1.
control there are now 150.000 ,Lyon feet to The Inillnn River: thence In a following property' situated in llrv >
*\ L f gang. Seeing a steamboat tied to the road of which over 30,000 are 'met Deed Book "DB' Page 431, oily drruotlonalongtheIndia. River to a. at.I' ,rdoonnty. Florida to-wlt: North Hot hat:

) I 1' wharf I dashed Aboard. By this time aled:: tbat tbe railways In the Brit. Block T . . . . 3 22 33 203 ilmtaiit lwt: fret.. at right ang,,es from to the the .. of EII..t City M of, Section We..t K 33Townsh'i24 of Lot' 12: Plat, South" or IlIdllRlv..r Han
lot place
bounilarr line t said two(2))
it, there \ T.A. Coleman North of 100 feet Lot 1 :U'l .Ku..,. 'The .
j \ were numerous police signals, "Ish colonies now aggregate 63. .JO strip of heir cuing; Ilienuo' West and |>ara'lel with the said land bcJlnu.e.latll..Ii":
: and my pursuers desisted. On the boat Block 0. . . . . 3 22 33 275 smith bimmltry line an ulnive ilencrllwd HIM: ) fr I of the iHKiiance ol such certificate In the nubs< ,
against 33.000 In 1885. a growth Jacob Tarlli. UnleMi sold certificate llu i
i mlle A. \ Part Lot 1. Described Deed to the "luce of lieftiinlnu. containing acre ky.
Montgomery
; all were asleep except a watchman to situated In llrevard be redeemed according to law, tax deed, w, I I
in fifteen exceeding the distance more or lean, and County,
i I j whom I confided the facts and he years Book "T," Page 21, Block O. 3 22 33 8 75 Florida.. iHSiie thereon on rhe 12tli: dayof. August *.111!Pr:
, I 1/ ,, ,i to reuMilu. permitted around the earfh; that the Irrigation J. A. Coleman . South part Lot 1, Block (i. :3" 22: 35 245 F. A. MORGAN Ruses. my official, signature and seal. thlt III'
me
11th of .
I day A. 1>
canals and other works of India are I.. A. Coleman. ., West % of Lot 2, Described! [S.J', July IWJ.A. A. STEWAIIT,
In the Master.
morning- party Of policemen &t augOT\ Special
tulles In and the Deed Book "11" 304
86.000 extent area Page Clerk: Circuit Court of Brevard Co.. Fit-
lir' ;' ,,1. came aboard and arrested me. This I Il' Irrigated by all methods exceeds 30- Lut2BlockG.! . . . 3122 35 705

r considered an end to the matter, for, 000,000) ) acres and that although they William Davis .. TotlHlockK 1 . . . ... 3 22 35 243: Master's Sale. .
although I was not known to them 1 I have cost about 400.OOO.OOO rupees tbe William Davis . Lot 8, Block K. e.: . . . 3 22 33 203; Application! for Tux Deed. i
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supposed that I would have no trouble in I' S. !South )i of West % (except' I
value of single, year's the
a
i In establishing my identity. 1 asked to crop church lot) Block I,: . . 3 22' 33. :303K. ) DER AND BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE IS. HERESY GIVEN THAT T. H
be taken to the detective office with Irrigated district above that which it L.T.a'kard. . :North /of West M, Block L. 32'1 35; 243: U of foreclosure and tale Issued out of and NOTICE lo.. pnruhaserof Tax Certlllc-tte N'4S <
could produce In years of drought is B. A. . Lot 6,East subdivision Old entered In the Circuit Court of Brevan dated the !2nd day of July A. D. I i'!'<>'
which I was connected, and my request Bryant County I'lorlda.ln Chancery, wherein Mary E. has filed said certificate. In office, and bi
'I; t was granted. When we entered the more than the entire! cost of the canals Block. . . . . 3 22 35 133 8. Degrauw, as executrix of the last will and made application for tax deed. my tola.llelll accord
the Importance of these public works J. Louisiana . West subdivision! Old Block! 3. 3 22 35 133 testament of. sod estate of Aaaron A. I>e- anile with law.. Bald certificate embraces th
chief was la conversation with a man Lizzie! 1-'. UiueLot 0 Described Deed Book gnaw, dereasml. Is complainant, and Edwardchurles fallowing described property situated In Un-
will he npiwrent \ Brice Tyndall ana his wife M. Y. Tyn yard Florida to-wlt. East; I acre ol
i whoso voice sounded familiar. When Lizzie F. Rice . Lot 1", Described Deed Book InChanoensell atpnhncsuction. forcarli, to Section 10, Township j4. South Itange 311 Fie
I' the two bad finished and turned to me. "Shut your .jre>at, open your Mouth ..... ) "BR," Page 4U1I!!)! Block 4. . 3 22 35 103 the highest ami bunt bidder, In front of the The said.land., twins a e. ed at the onto. it lift
1 and aoo what look will bring Court" house door, at TttitHVllle, Bre\ardCounty, Issuance t snail certifi rate In the name nf *
I recognized! In tbe speaker the' man you. E. lh lticc. . .. :North 5b,being Lot 1, Described Florida, on the A. B. Salisbury Unless ..I The mother smiles at the childish$ Deed Book "Y 310 redeemed. law deed .will Ira'"
I who bad given me the job In wbtcb I Page according to tax
: game, and doesn't realize that it is a FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER: A. D. Won, thnreon on the l'2th: (if August., A. I I'. I'll.Witness '
day
If. bad stupidly given the plan to Lot 3. . . . . 3 23: 35 3 03 '
away game she as a woman 1ms perhaps the same being tbe first Mondav of said. month i nivolllclal signature/ and seal.( thlitbi'llthdtyof <
K. H. Rice East Lot 2 Described D..edHllok"X"PIIA'e216LotG. '
. 7* !
trap the counterfeiters I stood before played for a great ml a legal salve day, during the legal hours altsale July A, I). 11XW-" i
many years. 3 22 33; 10 '75M. all tile followintr-dvMjrlbed. lands lying In (dsa'] A. A. !STEWART /
tbe two detectives. presenting rather a Many a woman is weak and sick, Goldsmith, North ){, Lot ;S, Block I 11.) . ;3 22 :35! 143Mrs. : drevard County, Florid"*! to wit : (Jerk Circuit Court of Brevard Co fit I

forlorn appearance.I nervous and discouraged. She suffers K. Lanuiiette South U, Lot 3, Block 6 . 3 22 35: 145: Lot number five of section :2% In township 37,
I tracked him aboard a steam (from headache, backache and other ills.. ((0'. A. Smith, Estate Lots, Block (I I. . . . .'. :3 2J 33: 105) south of range 4(1( east, oonuinlnir 12 10 100 acres

boat said one of the policemen. "He'i She wants to be well, but all she does is K. J. Brown. . Lot 9 and II), Block 11./3 22 :33! 443 more Also or lot less.number five hi section :22, In township .

m' one of the gang who made away wltb to shut her eyes Thed.1'itus? . Lota, nlul'kI4 . .,, . 322 :i5 183; :1'1. south of range 40 taut, containing 32
Mr. White lust ni&lit. i ff \ and open her 'l'heo.Titus. Lot8Block It . ',1' . :'t t 22 3.') 103American 62-100: ( ."ree. more or lesn. d
s4 fii mouth for medicine AIMO all that tract of land lying in Dfide -r /
J Hello, BUickI" said my former em r >W and trust to Cigar Co. Lot 8, Block 17..4'. 3 22 :33 043A ; County, Florida. ,atWaveland.andol as
ployer. "What are you doing here?" luck for results.. H. Owen. . Lot 3. Block!) . . . :i 23: 83: 123: follows All that lot or nb-dlvlslon( of ten (10))
:: Here was a muddle. lie knew A. Jackson . . Lot 8, Block 111! . : . . 3 23: 35 143 acres, designated as lot number one (I n. on a
me si She "doctors"month or plat or Arnela. on record, I In the ortlce of
I Black. I cud given my name to '/ after 1 I. Jo'I II Trustee. Lot 13, Block 10. . . . 3 22 :I.'S :2 45: the map clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County) (llG
tuj ? )1. 10'. l>wy r. Lot 3, Block :21. . . .'. . 3 22 33 103: Florida, the add Ai bela. being a '. of lot :2 ?
'I present employer as White. : month often and all lots 3. 4 and 6 of section one (I), fractionalsection
1 k- S. F. Myers & Co. Lots 7, 8 9, Block 22..1: 22: 33 2 85L'
,J ::1 I "You are mistaken In tbo person." Iaid. in year this after same year, \ A. Smith, Estate Lots 10 and II, Block 2i . .. 3 22: ::1.\< 143; east" and' 12.being In township surveyed 3ft and, south platted of range October 41 -a/1"&t47-n7d.'

? ? **. F. Myers Co.. lotllBIt4'k22.: . . . a 1 22 S3 123 1501. by R. It. Htirchnel, surveyor, of llrevaniCounty !
He looked me over from head to foot blind.kaphazanlfashion 31. 1'. I.undrum All of Block 23: . ,1. . ,3 22 35 ;3 6I 5 and all riparian rights bolo '",Ing to

after which he took my employer into ,S and receives C X Biriibniiiu . Iot.Blot'l( 23 . .. . ::12:1: 83 83 said sald'land 1 decree, or and M costs.> muou thereof as will satisfy ( IP mlldry rlfrr/' Ill,

a back otllce for a long colloquy. Then benefit.no permanent ..TIB.r.I., . . Lots 10, 11 and 12Block2S. 8 2:: 33 103 n. A. FUIWT,
It occurred to me that be was telling Women take H. W. Nichols Lots I and 5, Block 20 .-. . 3 23 .33 1 23 Special Master in Chancery,. 1lrlddlilgJ 10 flit/{

h ( I d him how I had given his plans to the I Dr. Pierce's Fa- fi[. n. Archibald Lot 0, Block 39.: : . . . 3 23: 33 03
vorite L. Whitlock. . Lot :2J, Robbing A Graham addition blaster's Sale.
counterfeiters now doubtless believing Prescription r
[ with their I . .. . . . 3 22 S3':>> 135 J JO. u'b" ,
I that I was lu collusion with them. After W. Lots 6 and \..
II | to the Orlggs . 5, 7, Block A, Fish
t. awhile my employer came out and fact that it cures womanly ills.open It curesrregularity. er's addition . . . ,3 23: 3* 275 mER AND BY VIRTUE Of A FINAL -/7t; # h tl!
t looked me over critically. Then without It dries debilitating drains E. H. CarllleM. ? . Lot 1, Block C, Fisher's, ad'dition U decree in foreclosure, entered' In the Circuit I

a word he motioned my guard to It heals inflammation and ulceration and . . . 3 22 35 113; of Florida Court In and for for the Hruvard Seventh('..onty.lo.Jndlclal Circuit cause I

J' a take me to Jail. cures: female weakness. There is no I' Fisher. . Lot 0, Block! C, Fisher's\ addition therein depending wherein .,. I>. VanDeinan ls

,,' My' efforts! to get an Interview with trusting to luck by those who use . . . . 3 22 S3 113 complainant and fteo. W. )Morton et al.. are d...
'r; 1 1-'. Moore. . . South Lot 13 Joynervllle feUtlan,.. I will sell, at public sale In front of the
t hUii: were fruition When I was arraigned. "Favorite Prescription. Court House. door at Tlt ivllle. Florida between DISEASESare
a I found that I was charged .My dlnrase was displacement end ulceration addition t . . . . . .3 22 33: 273: the legal hours of sale,to the highest and KIDNEY
of the uterus. and I was. in a terrible. condition A. J. IlippardV. . North W, Lot 14, Joynervllle best bidder tot cash, on the
f' with being one of ray own murderers.I with pain and wraktwss. and had given an all addition .. . . .. 3. 22 33 155
would have laughed at being accused lopea of ever being' welt again** writes I acre S. FIRST DAY Of SEPTEMBER A. D.. 1902, dii'
Dunklee. Lot
furry A. Brown, of Orono. Penohncot Co.:Me.: . South H, 16. Joynerville. the most latal! of all
i of my own murder had not the .1 lit doctored with four different. doctors withn addition. . . .,3; 22: 33:J 153 the same being tbe Hrst Monday In the said
q '., difficulty proving my Identity been four months" and instead of getting. ; better 10' Moore.. . .. North )> Lot 16, and all Lot 17, month and a legal sale day. the following described eases.
t was growing weaker. all the time.. I decided tory real estate Situated In tbe County of Brecant
i t" I1!! apparent. All the evidence was against your Favorite PreNcription.; 'Golden Med Joynervilleaddition . . 3 22 35; 235: and !State of Florida or so much thereof as- '
( I sue. 1 was moving from place to place: cal Discovery; and Pleasant, Pellet as I had J. D. Davis. .. . Lob 19, 20 anti West '.J lot 21, wl II satisfy "said decree and oats to.wit: HDHEYCU5E.i
f heard of the ninny cures. reuniting from their Joynervllle addition . . 3 23: 33 3 115 The South ha.f of Lot Three((3) and alt of Lot FOLLY
under at least alias. Doubtless
1
one the
1 us.. I houuM five bottles. and felt so much bet Six(6)) except a strip of land inn feet wide off of Buarantesd Reai
F. ::\Ioore. ... . East U Lot 21 and all Lots 22
police expected to discover more. Itwas t er after taking them. that I kept on until 1 am the south side of Mid Lot Six (MX funning' from
as well an ever. in ray life, and to Dr. Pierce all and 28, Joynerville addition. 3 :23 S3 3 73; Banana River to the East side of said, Lot Six (II),
i a clear case that I was a counter. the pmiiic. Is flue. I cannot say enoiiich. la favor Anna Irving.. .. Lot23subdlvisionLot8tiJoy-;; .: and parallel with the Sooth line of paid. Lot Six CCIlt3lt
; and I of his medicine. Before I beffan takingyour letter now ; :
> was a burglar and a Thirty-Ore((36))of Township money
nervllle addition . . 3 22 .
I medicines. I only weighed ou. hundred and 33 125 Twenty three ((23)) South of Rang
J Thirty.
; .murderer, and. what made It doubly twenty pound. I now hundred and Anna Irving. .. Wedge shape lot South of LotS seven ((37)) East, in Brevard County, 'State of remedies recognized by cwo
1 jlt J Irritating to me, I had murdered myself sixty pound. t gained forty pounds in six subdivision Lot 36 JoynerVllle Florida. the bat fa
month. I shall doctor no more with home nent physicians as
) doctors. as U is only waste of money.. I ant now addition. . . . 3 22 33 123 F. A. MORGAN, trouH
f F"J I spent month In jail while the poI III perfect health. th.ak.lo Dr. JrMrc. B. Kuhl. .. .. .. Lot 13, Iterdell's addition to 61 aag20 Special Master. Kidney and Bladder

lice were waiting for me to turn up. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the TltusTllle! . . . 3 23: 35 1. 53 PRICK 50e. aoxl SlJXk
muddy complexion. B. Kuhl. .. .. .. Lots 10 20 and 21 Rerdell's ad- .
.I I .o<:<:A"I100411.1. jjoi keeper: wpuld: : \ Inform 1W The ADVOCATE does job printing. B. IE. WILSON S0>.



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Professional Cards.EO. .
Old Age Peusloiis In Oceania. Growth of the FtaMInnfag rod'uatrr. ROADS rl't DELAWARE.

The Westminster The census! bureau baa lately; l Issueda
(England) Gazettehas
M. BOBBINS, I an Interesting review of the systemof ,.' bulletin showing the marvelous TBnr Slut Hitdly In Nerd!! ell Ratio v

I growth of the publishing Industry Invrecent Ula.....,... '
ATTORNEY pensioning the aged and lutyrtn A\
AND COUNSELOR '
years. From one-' end of Delawnw! to- the'
which now prevails In New Zenlnud,
AT 'The other. the for good roads.
-LAW.I. "I'tOl1Iaud New South"all'... This statistics! for the census year goes up cry abort roads.
methods and
11 practice In State and United States 1000) ( show that 22412! establishments : The old time patching
In radical l 1
experiment: legislation was
the dumping of mud on the roads only
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Court. begun by New Zealand about four reported. for this Industry representinga : to be washed awny; by the nest ruin. Jn.11
Office at TITITSVILLK, FLA. A total investment of $_:!.517.072.:. Thin
years ago.'Ictorla followed suit abouta carry off the hard earned money paid A

your since and New South Wales sum however, represents only the live by the farmers for road tuxes.

L. GAULDEN, about six month ago. At the present capital utilized antI the value of the The first step\ for good roads will betaken light loads.QRLASL.

e time the schemes thus instituted In land, buildings, tools machinery and this season when the convict

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, full working order in all three cojonlea Implements. The value of the products will furnish broken stone with whichto

cX the Industry for Is I begin the work of building a solid I
{ one
1 year givenas
Will practice In all the Courts of the Btu and apparently working to the satisfaction If
t t Florida,and the United State Courts. of all concerned. $317.053,030: which Is an increase of state road, sava the Philadelphia NorthAmoTlv f

I'. O Box,235. TITUSVILLE, ELA.J. I hew had occasion to use your There ore however, some differencesIn 2P<'r cent In a decade. Ta producethis nWater which and contribute narrow to tires tbo
are two causes
/BlICk.Draught Stock and Poultry Merfl. the provisions of the laws !In thedll'l'l'rent Involved an outlay of $3 ,OOO,71tJ
ruin of roads. The rut from a passing!
17 WEBB, cine and ant pleased to lay that I never colonies. For example: the for salaries of officials and clerks, $S4,. wagon, forms the trough for rain and that runs on wheels.- k

used anything! for stock that Java half M 24 ).s.-.!" for wages, $33,807,529: :: for miscellaneous
maximum Zealand
New fixed
i pension% the next wagon simply digs deeper, Sold everywhere..

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, I good mend It latlifactlon.to all owners: I of heartily stock.' recent.I at $00 a year, while both Victoria and I expenses and $80,850,200' for and the destruction continues. Wide

Will practice In tile Courts of the 7th J. B. BELSHER. SL Louis MOo New South Wales adopted a rate of 10 materials used.! Over 1,200.000,000 tlre' roll and harden! the- surface, and Mail* +r syrAit DAHI>OIL co.

Iroult. Taxes paid for non-residents shillings/ a week, or $130 a ;year. The pounds of paper were lined during every wide tired wagon and traction I
Hid rents and accounts collected. Sick stock or poultry should not 1000. of which 78 becomes 'road roller.A .
I eat cheap stock food than hitter colony maintains this rate 'but almost per cent was engine ) _._ __ 1
any more consumed for The total movement Is now on foot tit have n
tTU8VILLJ newspapers.
FLORIDA sick persons should expect to be the actual allotments In Victoria for a
I cared food. When circulation Issue of dallies was wide tire law enacted by tho next: leg.
by your stock full pension have been reduced to 8 per
J and poultry are !sick give them med to Islature. Every wagon which cuts up
D. PENNEY enough supply one- paper for every PIMPLES
shillings aVet'k.. lu general, however n
icine. Don't stuff them -with-worth- five Inhabitants. the roads can be changed Into a help
I less stock foods. Unload the bowels we may illustrate the details of the In making better roads. The recent ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and stir up the torpid liver and the system by reference to the New-: Zealand An Interesting: disclosure made by tho storm left In Its wake wagons/,; and "Cryalq had plmpl. on he..n t!.,bat

I animal will be cured},)if it be possi law. The beneficiaries must be census report and ono of much elffniQcHneo carriages/ by the hundreds In thu stateas she hex been tnklnir UASCAKKTa= and they
.
ITUSytLLB, .- FLORIDA. kss all dlvnppmred., I bud been troubled I
ble to cure it. Black-Draught Stock to the renders of
over sixty-five ;years old and must. 811t.lIty ncwapnpcraIB : a monument to bad roads. Turn with oiinnilimiioB for some time. but after tmkInir -
Vlll practice In all l the courts of the 7th and Poultry Medicine unloads the certain to residence the fact that of nil newspapers and' where you ilia)'. bl'okol'eblti'I('" are the nrm Cajtcitrot I have bad no trouble
I
bowels and stirs up the torpid liver. !! requirements as with thus Klimnnl W> cannot speak too blghly -
Judicial] Circuit. It cures every malady of stock if and character. No ono who has periodical establishments over 83- percent lying by the roadside telling of the of !'" oar"tii." rhea WAHTMAN

taken in time. Secure a 25-cent can property of the value of 1.350 or an were owned by Individuals, ::O-per February tor.ui: autI thu bad roud of 67UH Uarmaolowa 4ve..l'blla4elpbla. Pa.Plaaiianl .

of Black-Draubt, Stock and Poultry cent by partnerships and only 17 Delaware
REDERICK A. MORGAN, Medicine and it will pay for itself ten Income of $200 Is entitled to draw a. percent CANDV '

| times over. Horses work better. Cows pension, and there Is a provision also by corporations.Of Wot OTet'WIKe. C/tTMARTIC '

| REAL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE, I !give more milk. Hogs gain flesh. for a deduction from tho full rate In the great mass of Industrial dataeofectetl .
Is \ picture of
There an allegorical a girl I
4 4reaetaws
Loans, Notary Public. And! hens lay more eggs.: ]H solves the proportion to such property' or Incomes by the twelfth census and scared at /II grasshopper, but In tlm act of
| problem of making as much blood, now being tabulated and published
Collections flesh and as the )pensioner may have.It heedlesHlr trending on a snake. This Is
Typewriting; Stenography. energy as possible out of: s.amerao
nothing Is of greater public Interest the who
the smallest! amount of food con- appears that during the first year, paralleled by mao spends M large
TITUSVILLK, FLA. | sumed. Buy a can from your dealer. of which only'O mouths remained and significance than these figures) regarding sum of money building a cyolonu cellar
the but neglects/ to provide his family with
publishing Industry. They
after the patmnge of the net In New .
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera --
ADE II. JONES, have to do with the mightiest agencyfor : Pal"t"...., fount. Tote Good, no
iV\T Zealand. T.4S7 pensions were uranted.: and rXarrhoon Itemedv 1\8 ft cut''fL"UllItrcl OouJ Never Mlokaa. t1F.elmn.01' Grlva. lUG, 160.0U0.

._._ The nest ;year tho number was Iii tho dissemination of popular\ Intel Against bowel oomplilot, whose victims I ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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1I''Ol'I'Ifill be barometers outnumber those of the n hundred ... ........., ,.....
[REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, creased by 4.IIDO.! the next by 2,227: and may : rognrJed as oyclose Mail.' N. 1'_"Ihin" a. ill
Speaking of the recent Johnstown t to one. Thin remedy lseverywhererenog-
of the popular for
appetite
Loans and Collections. catastrophe President of the In the fourth the premier provides for reading. nlzud as the most prompt anti reliable lo.TO.llC Hold e t\i'.a:. "raaw: all a'i:::" .
an additional thousand notwithstand medicine In use for these dlscascis. For
TirusviLLB FLORIDA. United Mine\ Workers"snld: "The fro- sale and medicine dealers
ing the calculation that tho deaths will\ by druggists
QUt'lICYIth which these accidents .. 9
-- -- DO YOU GET UP
number nearly a thousand In this last Since a Maine: girl! \ban' demonstratedthat
E0. A. WORLEY buppen Is a strong argument why more for Water Snit F..<* Pun.
year. The expenditure Is thus 1,075.-.- she can throw n baseball 183: (('I.tan'cl
stringent laws I'houltlll, passed by legislatures Theodore J. Nrndlcy furnished Part
WITH A LAME
BACK ?
000 and the writer for the Gazette believes ns accurately and swiftly nn' a pro from whichthe
the drawing
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. regulating the ventilation of try Monthly; .
that the pension roll will soon fe.>,lollnl. the funny pnragrnphors will Illustrationwn. -- -
eneral praoJtl'ce In State and Federal gaseous mines.' In this opinion the accompanying
Courts. All business reach 18,000/ and necessitate an annual have to scratch the woman, can't throw made, with the following rerunrksji! Kidney Trouble Mikes You Miserable.]
entrusted will public! will very generally concur. _._--
receive prompt attention. expenditure of $1,000.000. The' total Joke off the list of stork subjects At first we found! some trouble with-
Almost everybody who reads the newspapers I
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of New Zealand Is about --- and water but
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate The airship lu which Santos-Duinont population ISo feeding trough puns Is sure \o know of the wonderful i iJ

Miami. will 1..oooo, As RoHtand bus plays actually on the cures made b/ Dr. ;
attempt to fly around the statue of I'-- .
_MIAMI_ FLOllinA. far at least neither New Zealand mnrlcet." It may; be immuned that he Ingetting It Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
has reached New York. The
Liberty ,
nor the other colonies seem to have the lient of the nut l'I'Jll4ll1t! bout i III the great kidney, liver
proposed exhibition Is attractlLtf nttentton. [I. and bladder
AMES
[ ANDREWS remedy.
as It promises to be, away and suffered' any serious financial troubles between him end Mr. Gross of Chicago TrEJJ 't'p It U the great medl- I
from the maintenance of this pension t1
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, above! anything yet neon In this coun caltriumphotthenlneIii -
system. l.t'I'I'the coil! trust anti the smoke tenth century; discovered
ain office andpostofflce address TITCSj try. \' +
ii' after of
Inspector\ the life of the man who re- 1 -. years
i j ViLLE. Branch office at FonT PIBHCH. Stops the Cough scientific research by
In blsi buxluuss Is not altogether
quires Hteiiin I
Ir
Prosecuting Attorney for Bievard Co.: Unless one la In n good deal of a and works off the Cold. Dr. Kilmer the eminent

Notary Public !State at Large. hurry the Lake Shore, and Michigan Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a n happy I; _one.:..._ -I _-r. .' kidney and bladder I
and
specialist U 1
,
\ Southern train that covered 481 miles
cold In one day :No Cure, No Pay. Jane Toppnn will doubtless continueto wonderfully successful In promptly curing t

*TEPHEJf E. FOSTER, In 400 minutes wguld seem to be about Price 25cts. confess an long IIK she can get a reporter lame back kidney; bladder urto acid troubles
fast enough., and Bright! Dlsewe,which U the worst
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW President Castro tins taken the fieldIn to offer the slightest; Induce CAK'T DB ui-sirr on NULxA form of kidney trouble.

King Edward's condition has Improved person .against the Venezuelan In the simple one shown In the nceompanjlng Dr. Kilmer a Swamp-Root U not rep

Sims Building, to such Hit extent that he Is no IlII'gl'lItli..t Castro's floldluger. ments.low's drawing soUrd: the "rolllt.fIt at ommended far everything but If you have kid-
Title 'f moderate-rosl.' The bane l h. % plec nay, liver 01 bladder trouble It will bus found
JACK80NVILLK i
FLA. Is "C'I')
the Washington Post. by
longer n Brut |pai r \ full head feature age says Juat the remedy need. It has been tested
\ you
the South We otter One Hundred l Dollars\ Reward of allele two !Inch plank out taw sunn
even In the London putters. no means the highest In In ao many ways, In hospital work In private
for sf Cntairh hut be size us) the rim of the f'UITilt" Itself
any owe cannot pan l
FORGE W. ALLEN, --'-- American Revolutionary leugue. practice among tha helpless too poor topurchase
My boy when four year. old was taken cured by Hall's' Catarrh Cure. Un roaMing I / or ch'll'pllllfNIn\ ", bleb relief and has proved so successful

ATTORNEY-Y-AT-LA with colto and cramps! In stomach. I F. J.CuicKNft.Y A: Co.: Props.,Toledo O. font to vents and Is apparently us goodas every cue that a special arrangement has

sent for the doctor and he Injected morphine The Baltimore American remarks 'We the undersigned, have known K. J. new at the end of six tnoutlis) corn I been, mad by which all readers of 1 this) paper

Car WEST, FLORIDA, but the child kept getting: worse. that the Increased demnnd for Ice la Cheeney for the last 15years) and believe stunt 118<'. The slats were: piece*of Idtk who have not alradIrled It, rnay have a

Will practice In the United States I[ then gave: 'him half a teaspoonful of undoubtedly due to the beat Sure him perfectly honorable In all business about\ n font long, and iln l"im' of them mnpla bottle sent free by mall, also a'book

nd State: Courts. OjunOS Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar\ enough! Strange l Isn't It. that no one i tiansHctlnns and II nnnolull lv, "hie to carry should be left IInCOllnf'. I'd.111 ..shown su telling more about Swsmp-Root and how to
rhoea Itemed, ; and In half an hour he 'out anv obligations made by their Him.WKSTA find out If you havo kidney or bladder trouble.
should have thought of that before thai the fowls will not roust on them. .
wan sleeping and soon recovered-F. L. TIIUAX, Wholesale Uriiitglst: When writing mention reading this generous
N.S.. BURNHAM, M. D. Wllklng, Shell Lake Who Mr Wilkins Toledo,0. ; WALDINO: KisWA t MARVIN offer In this paper and

Is book-keeper for the Shell Lake Lumber The European powers are again discussing Wholesale Druggists, Tolodo, U. To Cora.. fli-oodr H*... send your address to ,

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, ':::0. For sale by all druggists( and disarmament, but It Is noted Hall's Catarrh Co re U taken Internally, We often hear people complain of the Dr. Kilmer&Co.,6In(- lull 1
medicine dealers acting dh'eollupol1 the blood and mucous hens. When hamton
that the Krupp Is running scarcity of sitting ware N. Y. The
Ear, Nose and Throat. gun factory surfaces of the svstem. Price 7.lets short of Bittern, we place four or regular fifty cent and n. n.of 8..mp.11oJoI.
on full time Just the same. bottle. Hold by all druggists. Testimonials dollar lios sold all .
WEST PALM UKACH,' FLOIUDA.DR.nOUonTO""S Those censorious persona who objectto per Iretl.llall'8 five extra nest eggs In several nests are by good drurrl.l. )

baseball clubs forming debating so and In a very few days usually find I II Ie
If J. Plerpont Morgan thinks poker. is Family,Pills are the belt.o .
cletles after each game should remember them covered with .broody. ; hens. If
( wicked what must be tulnlc of watered
0 I la short of nest be Use r
\ that congress la not now In session. ono egg, can a
stock transactions! An official return of Incomes subjectto few eggs: that lire under size or off' In
( Somebody must keep up the horrible +
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENT taxation lu Prussia which has been shape and worthless for batching purposes F rrysr
Needs make
example. YOU KNOW WHAT YOU Lint TAKING {
on the "Centos," published recently shows/ that In the marking thenu no the fresh laideggs good crop good
When take Grove's Tasteless] Chill
you be readily distinguishedfrom make oua.
may orupa more
In boastful Tonlo because the formula Is last ten years the. number of person'" .'
Now AT PALM BEACI1.Foley's If King: Edward feels plainlyprinted them and gathered/ ( as ustmt.We tomtrt-*o each year the
on bottle showing that It la with !Incomes ranging from MOO murk and customers bare
mood, be might brag of the fact that every .find this a very hnpl,' and effecthe crop
simply Iron and Quinine ,In a tasteless $223); to 3.OOO murks $750);:; ) has Increased frown (raatcr. That' toe
--- - ( ) (
"r- he survived the attention of six doc
(otm. No cure, :No pay. ROots. method to Induce the hens) to I he moral of the Tarry tern.
\ Kidney Cure tors. by 02 per cent while the number come broody earlyp! the III'IIIIon.-Ua, More Ferry's Baad sold
of incomes 3,000 marks ban and sown than any otbar
over
ton .\.. Drown In Poultry Keeper.IMiyNlclaii .
\makes kidneys and bladder right"virgilliaHollies Italy bna assured France that she kind. Bold by all dealer iYtlf
Increased 37 The rise '
by cent.
per ---- ( Red Annwal e'itaea
A Worm Killer. loves her none the less because>> she
from Incomes below to Income above 8..d i)rugKists./. D. M. Farm Oo.
J, A. J. Montgomery; 1'uxlco, Wayne has I/.n lit to renew the triple alliance Dotrolt,
Co., Mo.\ writes: "I have little twin girls, wKh Germany and Austria. Those 000 marks has been proportionately Ford Jc: Sturgeon( a prominent drug/ Mlon.
much greater than that from lncoiucn! firm of \ Hill "Ntatlon writes
who have been! bothered with" worms all European nations are as jealous a* Kooky Ky.,
their live,. I tried everything: to relieve below to Incomes above 8.000 marks.) We were requested by Ur O. II. Hnlgley
them which failed until I used White'sCream young lovers and it Is no easy task to The number of persona enjoying Incomes to send for lldrblno. for the benfllit l of our

..t.- Vermifuge; the first two doses keep! them on friendly terms customers.. We ordered three down In
of IXM to 3.0UO marks has alwo'y.beeu The Largest and Most Com
Uacember and we are glad to Her-
You learn all about Virginia Lands brought four worms from one of them say
Its resources products mode of cultivation the next two doses, twelve, one of them) Lord Kitchener's arrival In London nix or seven. times as great; PS dine has given snoh great satisfaction nlato/ Establishment South.-
tt.eVll'1lnla twelve Inches; the other child was only that of those )having Incomes of 3.0OO that we have \lII.1l08te\ ) l this order three, i
for
prices, eto., by reading served an an excellent.excuse a consolation
Farmer. Send lOcts. relieved of four worm It la a most excellent demonstration for the crowds marks. and upward, but the aggregate and today! we!gave your salo5meu another CEO S HACKER & SON t
roenlcme." While'\ Cream Ver- order. We tag to say Dr. O. II. Snlgley ,
for to the
3, months subscription Income of the former class has not
mifuge Is good for children. It not only] who were cheated out of a chance to taken pleasure In reoummenillnff Her ta
Farmer Co., Emporia, va. been much than that of the latter "
larger
destroys worm It helps the child lo per cheer the coronation pngeuut. bl ne. COcU bottles at'K. 1C. Wllnon &
fect growth, wards off sickness. 25c.: at and Its Income tux contribution MODS. a

BANNER SALVEthe B. H. Wilson A Son's.A It )ta mild that there are less than a has been much I...". This raises the -- -- --",-

-- hundred wild buffu' loos now In tile presumption that tho harden of the CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE.

moat healing salve In the world.: Cheap Indian River Home. Cnlted States. The tame eleven cent tax falls on the shoulders of tho.ebeet The Clyde sailing from Jackson-

This place oonIttts wf 13'i'. acres l j i buffalo' once so numerous has also almost able\ to bear It Persons with In- villa sill) continue to go north full of

mile north of Tort' Pierre our acres << entirely disappeared. comes from loo to 3,000 works, with >iw eiijrs. It Is evident that till pope.lar -

BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE are cleared( and fenced, and ther arlISIIIK the members of their households, line Is a groat favorite with the traveling JJ

: ) bearing pineapple plants on Chit Cures Eczema, Itching Humor, formed In 1001 30.41 per cent of the public for our home .people have "been !
:a1,! to set yearly patronizing the Clyrie Line and J .
pine.. There are lg acre ready surd Carbuncle I:
IMmplcB population of Prussia while '
in orange trees, arid pineapples. The persons seem thoroughly e" with the ships il.r.wi.Y

remaining/ nine acres U /good pineappleland Costs :Nothing to Try.B. with Incomes above 3.000 marks formed "service, stateroom acoommodationH, etc -- """' 7 a

and a portion of it good for trp". B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm' ) I If now on a similar calculation! 4.31 per cent. The Clydos are progressive! people and I

It I-"* a frontageon Indian River The recognized as a contain and sure core for Are constantly studying the convenienceand MANUFACTURERS OF

.; best uuiltllng, : site i I. oil a high elevation / eczema, Itching sbtn, humors, .cabs. pim {luC.tloii Aiiwered. I comfort of their patrons. It l Is certainly
TAAOII: MANNfar overlooking the= river! tin- town, pies, scales, watery bllnters aching bones a pleasure to sail from Jacksonville Doors Sash Blinds
DESIGNS and tin Indian lifver inlet. There lano I or joints, carbuncles, pilclilnir paid Ten, August Flower, still ).n* the (argent I onl one of their grand steamers and ,
.I JCOflYAIGHT84c. bolllli l ulcers sale of medicine lu the clvlllzrd home people! In selecting their, route
house on the premise." In the eating sores, to.Botanic any i our 1 & Material
M.-. tin i, .kn rh and ear; "i 4.rhoe: our menu in See whether *n Fort I'len-eU. a division point on the Blood Balm, taken Internally world. Your mothers', and grandmother i for annual trips north could not travel ,

"If' ,II i in ctlyr i. pr'niMwittal.'nnl>lr i>Ht.Hundiumkonl'iifBiiMi. ntahli'., r.rninmnlry.. >florlda Kat: Coast Hallway artd a place cure the worst and most deepceatellcases *' m.rer thought of using anything else lo gloater' comfort than by tile Clyde f moo A Warvrnoinn. King, opposite

..;",'rl' iHitnrt. .uirnnr for maroiutli f>Mii\f. of ,wine Importance, with good Jiropects *- by enriching purifying and( vltall,. for Indigestion or biliousness. Doctors Line. The rates are always, considering Street.Charleston .
I'.IuiI., ,n-Nw tauten. wnhnateh.r.e thruuuh, Muim, ID the A <;... recar.pmat for future development. Thereare lug the blood, thereby giving a healthyblood were x> IH1U1.1 they seldom heard of the fact that they Include meal and Cannon

: storwof all klnd.*, everalrhurclie. .., supply to the akin. Botanic Blood Appendn'i'i 18. Ncrvon-: Prostration or stateroom berths, much cheaper. than by S. C.

Scknlific Rm; rI\an. 01('huol l, piwtolllce, telegraph olHce, etc. Balm U the only core, to stay cured for Heart f.tllure, etc. They IMMII! August rail. A letter addressed, F. )1. Ironmonger ,

A h.n"..."",',",,,lit.,...,,,, ."....1.. r..- rh.rni.thm This place will make fine home and these awful, annoying skin trouble It Flow to clean not the system and atop Jr., A.'Uien'II'I1I1Hnjtttr( Agent
or "n,....1..taOft JODnlll. Ty m... eaear. ar rapuhle of being!: made quite a planta! heals every sore and give! the rlcb glowof ferment.it; of undigested/ seal' regu late Jacksonville, )" "'.. will blo'QtI fnltpnrllc'rlars. Sash Weights, Cord and
r tour non tbs.$L $ : br all rk tion. Five hundred orange and grapefruit health to the skitt. Builds up the the ut'' I'>n of the liver,stimulate the nervous ., Chas, II. Walton I I. the iltusville \-

UNN&COrthKewY treesand IO('),0UOpn( *> ppIa plant broken down body and make the blood and organic action of the system, agent. Hardware. '

: can be placed on It. Fine O hlog,liiintinirsnd red and nourishing. Especially adrlsed and that: iall they took when fueling' ------- 1

,' the immediate vicinity for chronic, old eoe
OLD LEAD FOR SALE In any quantity !I? ort I'lerce i I. headquarter ebt medicines and bot springs fall to cure. MOCK. V"" only Doted A few doses of

at the ADVOCATE; office. for hunting, fishing and sports (rjnrrallly. Druggists, *I. To prove B. B. B. cures, fireen August Flower, lo liquid form, A SPECIALTY.
Price, $1 1,300,whichl I. >ryrhe p. euros, sample sent free and prepaid by to mak you satte&ed there U nothing --
For full Information address, writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. erion* the matter "with ;you. Ton can I This alll'.alll' l I. oa very boa of She oulo.

Foley's Honey and Tar C. 'r. )((;('AkTr. Describe trouble, and free medical advice get this reliable remedy at B, It. Wilson I Laxative Drorao-Quinine T wrt. Foleyy's Honey and Tar
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pneumonia Ankona, Brevard County,'Via. sent In sealed letter. A !Hon. Get fiieen's Special Almanac. the r.m. cures folds prevents #




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,J... 4. EAST COAST ADVOCATE. AUGUST 8. 1902. -

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,( JAMKS. PRITCHABD. President; WM. M. B OWN, Vice-president.

4 .::, EAST COAST ADVOCATE. THE STATE FAIR AND BRE- HENRY E. DAY ENTERS THE SECOND PRIMARY C. S. ScuurLVJt, Cashier. W. S. BfcAMMixo' Asst. Cashier.


;i VARD-COUNTY. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

: I, .AWBBBIY JOPBnAt. DBTOTBp TO TUB DBVBLrOF -
: VERT OF TUB IKDLiJI BtVCI, LAKB We are pleased to notice that the THE CHAIRMAN AND WORKING MEMBER} OF THE ,

,' \ !''t J W'O.TBABD.IIIO..IICTIO... missioners Honorable Board at their of usual County monthly Com RAILROAD COMMISSION ANNOUNCES HIS COUNTY DEPOSITORY.


t I.: PUBLISHED XTKRT FBIDAY. meeting, held in Titusyille this PURPOSES AND PLATFORm: Authorized capital. $10Ocoo

Paid up capital. $25ooo
week the
importance
.w recognized The Necessity of Placing Upon the Commission at Least On Man Who Has
: GlUaLB' B. WALTOM Editor 4% Publisher. of the Florida State Fair sufficient Average deposits, $100,000
: > Had Some Practical Experience of Railroad Technicalities That
ly to make an appropriation to enable
d f Discontinuance of advts. mu t be made per- Necessity Recognized by Hie Opponent.TO .

,onally this ofllce, or by writing. Brevard county to make a THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Transacts a General 1 Banking
\ creditable exhibit at Lake City on
,, Having failed to receive In the recent primary election a sufficient
Check.eta., may be made payable toCHABLBSH. November lllh to 14th. This will
Business.
number of votes to nominate me for the position of Railroad Commissioner
WALTOW, be for Brevard
publisher.
opportunity
a golden I
I have decided to again submit my case to the people In the second primary

,\ county to show the outside\ August. 12th. Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe River,
Address all communications to world her resources and her pro
Feeling that my position has perhaps been misunderstood poparlbly -
: I EAST COAST ADVOCATE Exchange bought and sold on all Foreign
gress. misrepresented take this means of setting myself right with, the Conntrles.
Trc'usviu.B, FLOB.IDA.tJ. In recognition, of the gratuitous public both as to my relations to the railroad corporations of the State and

----- .-- .- .--... ---- and energetic services of that well to the Railroad Commission of which I have for nearly four years been the Patronage appreciated. Prompt aervlrn, nolltt
treatment,and every favor consistent with con.s .
S. Department of Agriculture known lawyer and pineapple grow Chairman and most active member.It rvauve vaulting ([ranted.CORRESPONDENTS .

er, Mr. C. T. McCarty, of Ankona has been said of me that I hare been a railroad man. That is true. :
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. in behalf of this at last Seaboard National livnk of Hew York and
county Were it not true, I never should have accepted a position upon a Commls- National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla.
III
.. t j ; year's fair, held in J Jacksonville alon which must necessarily deal exclusively with the intricate problems

.' The following ig a comparative statement the Board appointed him Commissioner of transportation, and where a. practical acquaintance with those problems
r of and rainfall for the .
week ending temperature Tuesday Aug. 0,1002.An.v for Brevard county. This Is absolutely essential to efficiency. It Is not true, however, that J am 'In ----- --- -

,I :.- -1001MAX. certainly assures prompt and energetic sympathy with the railroad or that the corporate Interesta of the state de-

1 OATE. MAX. MIX.' MIW. action.We elr. my retention on the commission. TIlE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

30( 87 70 80 77 are assured by the Commissioner Some of my opponents have taken the ground that tbe' railroads'fear
; 31 88 70 8(1( '1/1/ the Commission and desire to It done
that no effort will be spared see away with. They also proceed
I 88 76 73 74 upon the assumption that the Commission is of little value Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
2' 87 74 H7..71 to show thia county in its most or no to the peo ,
,, : 3 88 70 81 72 creditable light. The ADVOCATE ple. But these gentlemen assume too much and prove too little. It i* ,

.) !I 4 83 77 80 79( has on many occasions, spoken favorably obvious that If the Railroad Commission be an empty farce the corporations *
0 87 73 85 77 would have little reason to fear Its operations and less to desire aslscontlnuance.
of the State Fair and its and Sidewalk Brick
,,1 Vitrified Paving ....,
Total rainfall for the week: .43 If the Commission has in any way aroused the antagonism ,
Departure: from normal rainfall for the benefit to those counties that make
of the corporations It must necessarily have been of some value to
week: minus .04 10011<0.. Departure a creditable display of their pro the community Offices foot of Uogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No i02

:. from normal rainfall since January 1, ducts, and we believe the appropriation
minus 8.31 Inches. Neverteless, we are now given to understand that the Railroad Commission J. MUNNEBLYJf: General Manager.MeMurray -
} of $250 for a Brevard county need new men and new methods and that ,
I JIAL. P. HARDIX, Observer. white It has proven Itself .
/ exhibit is in the right direction. --'------ ---- --- --
a step
r..I _________.______ ufflclently strong to antagonize the railroads*the one active member of the
We feel assured that the
body should be retired.

tl \ Ii almost seem incredible that newly-appointed Commissioner for As a practical railroad man of twenty-six years' experience I am Justified & Baker

''; I { euch an occurrence oa an attack Brevard county will have the hearty In saying that I am the only m mber of the Commission who baa any; ,

: 1'tl: upon a funeral procession could co-operation of the people in this practical knowledge of the problems with which that Commission has to

I 1 take place In the United Statei ; matter and that Brevard county deal In the Interest of the public. And so far from desiring my retention on the 4O1-413: East Bay Street. -, Jacksonville. FJorlda.

''If J. I r I and still that was the ease last will be well represented. board; the corporate Inteaeeta of Florida have everything to gain and notluIng

week enlightened- New York to lose by the defeat of the only member of the Commission who -Makers and Jobbers of-

knows their business, understands the tricks of their trade, and who can
j' city when the remainsof the Jew1 TalC East Const Railway Co.
meet them on their own ground.
r beloved Ilabbi were being borne to are said to be making surveys from I Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
That my flews upon this point are shared by others Is shown by the ,
.\ their last resting plat>e. It certain Cutler into the Everglades. Some significant ,
following proposition which
was made In
I I'' ly was a disgrace to the city of claim they are after Cyprus land ly after the primary election when it was supposed me that Jacksonville I would not short enter Saddlery Rubber Tires.

New and otUrage while others are of the opinion that ,
\ York waa an the second primary: '
that calls for they for Flr t-Class Repairing, and Painting, &c. &c.
f, severe punishment are looking deep water. I was upon that occasion given to understand that as the
I M those who the Whatever the F. E. C. Co. are prospective ----------------- --- ---- -------------
'I upon precipitated\ Ry. members of the new Commission knew more of politics than railroading

r attack: upon what should always after in that section will add considerably they were anxious to have me remain with them as secretary. That IfI
jl'
\\t, be treated with reverence funeral to the exchequers: : of the I would accept, they would In the next legislature secure the passage of a East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.

,I ))1' procession.. people of lower Dade. bill Increasing the salary attached to that position from $1,200 to $2,500 n

, J 1.1. year.

SENATOR STEPHEN M.\ MALLOJKY Lotus. And I naw take the opportunity; of informing those gentlemen that If GENERAL OFFICE: EAU GALLIE, FLA.

they wish to foist the people of Florida
upon a Railroad Commission
has' expressed his gratitude to the so Yards at Tltuavllle, Eau Gallie\ and Fort Tierce
inefficient that it fears to stand alone they can do so; but that I will never

people of Florida for again elect Mrs. Llndabury vlnltlnjr, her daughter be a party to the imposition. If my services if my experience and knowledge Complete stock of,Lumber and Building Haterlal.of all kinds; Sash and Doors,

ing him to the United States Senate Mrs. Walker this week. of the railroad business are to be utilized upon the Railroad Com
Blinda'and Builders' Hardware.. Address all orders to the General Office.
this being/ the second time. Tomatoes peppers., and a few other mission In the future, as they have In the past, It will be because of my election \'

The Senator has-like Colonel R.W. seed are being planted In beds. by the people, and not because of my acceptance of a subordinate position ------------ 1'1

Davis-worked faithfully and 11, B. Stewart came up on Tuesday, at the hands of men who, In making it, confess their Inability to discharge '

conscientiously for our people and and swam two, of his homes across the the duties' they hope to persuade the people to confide to their keep- .Hodges & O'Hara'. i

It i II well known that he has not river Ing.

abused the'trult reposed in him. Mr\ Capron and Miss Jessie were In one .ense of the word this offer la a compliment to myself but it ..Manufacturers and Dealers In...

\ He has been working for the state passengers: ,: on the steamer Canaveral on Is also an insult to the Intelligence of the people of Florida .and I should Rough

like a Trojan ; and that he hall Tuesday.T. be loath to believe that democratic,, electors of this State would become nod CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
O. Ronald and C. D Di eaHed
Provost are parties to such scheme their
any by giving
with without votes to a candidate who la
met '
success, goes Baylag. having their /groves worked, which add not wining, but anxious to _!.._ OianRO Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. :Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
That continued success' may much to their appearance.J accept a position he, is Incompetent to fill. Mills ntid office located at Buff.ilo Bluff Fla. Write 118 for prices delivered

follow Senator Mullory is the wish : II. Farmer killed a very large wild and other.who seeks to conceal his shortcomings beneath the experience of an "- to any prut of the ISllIte. Address! llodgen & 0'UI\rI\, Buttulo Bluff, Fla.

of many of his Urevtml county e.it one day liist week, lie was found m _______ __ __ .. ____ _._ .. _. ____ ______ u _____--__--_-____ -- -
friends'\ In Danana river, catching fish. Mr. I base my claim to the suffrages of the people not upon glittering

Farmer wan notfled! and when he arrived generalities; not upon political or lass prejudices but upon my past record The Olilest E tabllnhe
the half-an-hour and my promise of future usefulness.
on spot fully Inter, '---'

KINO EI>WAKI> VII will probably and the cat was still tiahlng. lie wall That (he Commission has not been Inefficient In the past la shown by '"

be crowned in Westminster Abbey, soon fed on a charge uf shot, and then the following points scored against the railroads: "VV'rrl.: : : .. ... .:S01.t.rS: : cSc Oo.
trough to shore. She welgUed 4Ulbs.
London, to.morrow, Saturday. The The reduction of 5 cents per ('I ate on vegetables between Miami an3:

king has enduted one of the must Jacksonville forced from the East Coast Railway and made effective Sep GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

remarkable surgical operations on CHANCERY CASES. tember 1, 1902 by virtue of an agreement with Vice President J. R. 'Far- ,

*. rott which agreement was broken by the publication of the
record and it is with much gratification ? concession In
d, that the peoples of the civ Judge M.\ H. Jones 1ms! been very busy an East Coast paper shortly before the primary election. Thlsi reduction Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
of late with
man Chancery cases. The means at least $46,000 .
year saved the East Coast truckers.
ilized world have watched his rap. Judge not only has disposed of many The securing of .the change In class ncatlon by which 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
id approach to complete recover cases in his own circuit, this week but cantaloupes
Public interest in this coming,auspicious also several from Tampa where he acted were rated as melons Instead of :yegetables and the raising of the Georgia ARU. foi fuiindFeed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A.L. R'y. and Plant System,

for Judge/ J. B. Wall, who is absent from melon rate to equalize the difference of 33 per cent hitherto existing la .
I event I is rekindled through the State. He also Issued an alternative favor of the Georgia melon growers the following extract from a letter -

out Great Britain and Ireland by writ of mandamus for Judge Uullock written by Vice President 7. D. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, I"8 T t"lI. vwlc repair Jail ... ... .... J 25
of
Strlngfellow the Gainesville Melon ,F L. .violiley ......... .... 3100J
11!, the official ansuranoe that King n Sum tor county case, being a contested Growers' Association', tells the story: Prlrrliard & Bon' ,hardware repair Jail. WO

w ; Edward is doing finely and will election case under the late primary elec continued from first J IHjltBiire, work on Jail .... '" ?4 W
"This Is practically the rate we asked for and which the railroads ( page.) Fee <& Stewart collin tic, pauiier...... .. 11 20>
positively be ready to bear the tion.The declared their inability to make. THUS W H WalHttne. .. .. ..... .... 10(0B ( )
of John \ succeeded where
cane Mvern of TUnsvllle, you ,wo failed ut hIQ"on.
.
.
R WIlMin Son. tnatf tor" . .. .. 4 (fl
;It fatigue of being crowned to-mor v.. "Kroil F. Taylor, of rieraon, Mich., and terly. The reduction In cantaloupes by above change In rate was about $61 R.On motion the contract of John Houston 1, A reik, mod attention .. .. 309
\ row. Long may he live. Ituckledge, 11'11WIIS decided ID tavor of per minimum car of 400 packages. There are about 100 cars of cantaloupes for shelllue the public road from N Imwney,niiralug a..d expenne .. .... 23'! '110
Mrs K L.vinan, pauper............... 1000
the defendant Taylor who was represented shipped from Gainesville yearly, so that the growers here have Melbourne to Eau Gallie is extended 30 Oeo iMnbaiu, .< .. .... .. .. .. ....1000
by Judge D. L. Gaiilden Mr. My eaved about,8000. I the days. J Lewfo, .......... .. .... am
Missus.: II. E. Day and Jelfer. ers being sepre ented by Mr. K. J. Wehb suppose growers of the state have saved On motion the clerk Ii Instructed to MFiitoh. .. .... ;.. ..,.,.... BCOCliarltyl'adcett.
about $23,000 annually by this reduc-tlon." ........ .. .... 1900CMcNellis
'I''I'I son B. Browne have decided to Judge; Jones rendered a number of decrees The purchase, for the use of-the Board of .. .. .. ...... .. .... 800LTnckeK
avail themselves of the In foreclosure of mortlla; tE'.. The reduction on freight rates on fertilisers! which-to cite a single County: Com ml "looers. one copy"Index .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1004
privilege Judge has been hard worked of lute* but Instance-is estimated to have saved the farmers of Desoto County alone to the Lnws of Florida." A Uorft ........ ........ 00
granted them the Democratic HHutflii, .. .... .. .... .... 3W)
by told
I we are that ho Is
always patient and $20,000 tn a single year. On motion a duplicate warrant for M White .d..... .. .... BOO
.. State Committee.* ruling, by entering considerate and never seems worried or The adjustment of-the difference between the Tampa 2.62 Is Isnued to S F. Travis In lieu of Win AmleroonMn .. .... .... .. .. .;.. 8(10<
while them his Steamship ; ..J. C. Johnnon, ,. ... .. . BOO
giving earnest .
weary attention Issued March
1 the second State Democratic Co. one at meeting he having
I : of Tampa and Mobile and the Plant System and F. C. & P. railroads Mrs o. W. llnxika, .. .:...... ........ 1100 l lBamaothn
: : made affidavit that the original has been .. .. .... ., .... BwJ
Primary, to be held on the I2th:! a typical case in which by means of unjust discriminations Orims, ..
the
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railroads lost. .)hn Herring\, .... .... ........ BOO(
} 't! day of August'next( Tuesday), as DEATH OF A BOY. were rapidly farcing the Steamship company to the wall. The victory of General Fund.J Mr H frew-ott .. ... ..' ... 8"
I the Commission A A. 8te"art."pre.. on hook ... .... 1Oeo
candidates for :the olllce of Kail- in this Instance gave Tampa and Its .tributary territory a R Walker Co Coin and mileage 6 00 tIOaUA,1
J .. W liarnard Jit Co, blk book elks oflloe :2O!
'tJ road Commissioner. Both these competing line and cheaper rates. R.Mlot .. WK 40>
We to learn of the A Conimnsr; 1+ M
regret death of little and Bridge Fund-General Account.
gentlemen are well and favorably James Cooper, of Wllllamsburg, Ky., at The erection of suitable depots at the following points: J John If Hell O.,Jone, "" .". '.". 2 2'J. SOT 00 E B Wager,.dvt and blanks.. .. .. ...'.,. 4'VO

; I r'' known to the people of Florida, the age of 8 months and Si: d.iys: from Lake City, Bluff Springs, Cottondale Archer and Arcadia. J Cocksbntt, ReK Officer..... ........ .. 1* 41 District No.2.

j .' and their platforms are published brain fever. This blight little fellow Where It Is \best known the, work of the Railroad Commission is best J PlirowD.. J.llnr ... ................. 3000 A Tuber rook for roa.I......... ... .... **
... .. .. ........ ...
was born on February 11)02) and died appreciated. For example there Is .. Janitor 8 on C 11 Magrnrier, nick for road ..... .... ...- *
,i in this issue for the benefit of our scarcely a merchant In Tallahassee who. > wailing on Co Com .. ...... ... 600 Minn L,. M.J-owe rock for roadN -.. .... .' W
: August 4, 100.}, regretted. by all who has not at some time sought and secured relief at ,Its hands. A A Stewart accountant ....... ... ...... 15 ((10 M Klsh, road work ........ ... .. *>
read rs. As these platforms take knew him. The relief aiiiltlnr anil cl>rk. Corns. ... KM DO KKMIms, .. ....... ... 2HK
a deal of much Is James Cooper Is the son of Ir.. II. same is ready for all who choose to apply.. The Commission R Howler reirytnun. ... .... .... .... .. .. 10 oo : Vllalt. .... .. .. 19?
',' up space, news IF. I la always In session. J W Cookllng, ferryman ... .... ..... .. 1000Eleotrto ( ANMaUiera, .. .... .... .. ... *
n crowded out this week, for which Tye. and granddaughter of Mr. W. J. As an' Indication of Light: Co.,.... ....... ............. 10 60! R M Simmons, M M ........ .,...... SO
Tucker, of Fort Pierce. the Commission's value to the people may be cit .'ohnCJonelt.ool'lufwlnllte....... ... a o"A
we apologize to our correspondents ed 'the following 1> Panney salary ouuntyJuOge.. ... ... 2.1 District No. 4.J .
I The of paragraph from the 0"
I and readen.iJ sympathy the entire "' Ity of Wllllnmsburg Is extended to the whose nomination for the state senate from Duval County was so T T Wetmore, fee .. .............. ITS W W Canton road work. ......, .... .. *
-_ bereaved- parents with the hone that contested by the Railroad corporations: bltteriy R' W all. ....,"tomnsl901 tax...... ...... 300 Oo District No. B..Tnhn .
they mar be consoled by the J N Waller t' nt sold comity. .. ... 9 00 .. ... .., *
happy ....
many "I 1 believe that the State Railroad Cnai Qibbooa Rnranson, road work J
.
....
Commission ,
rltfht-nf-w road
THAT unfounded that Mr. In has been of Incalcula y no 2A OO ., ... ... '"
report tnoiiRhts the memory of hU short life ble 'benefit to JPHroirn, inxanlty. cart* .... .... 810 K H Raulenon ali advanced 1*|
and the State and especially has Duval county been A (riirlmennen baullni.lumber.... .... .. l rUKlTlnne
the
confidence benefited K K "
] M. Flagler had sold his railroad of his im Holllna,
Henry gloilous by pbyHlelan 200
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the action of the Commission In W H Jonen, : : ::::::: road work.. .. .. .. .. .... ... *
stopping discrimination commltte* 1 00
interests mortality. between . .. .. .... '"
a in Florida to the shippers K M Wnoten .... .. .. J P Hell examining roads
and forcing Railroad Companies to 100 ... .... a
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.. Southern Railway has been emphatically cease their discrimination's against Jack. J M Rmutera drawing:Jurjreocourt.. ... H no F J llatea, 1'Oal..ork
A Card or Thank sonvllla In favor of points outside the State, and to give Jacksonville A A Stewart r"|' toco ....nt....* .atsemmr 16 DA Special Fund. District No. 1.I. .
'I t. denied. The F. E. C. vantage over Savannah and other points the ad "McCoy .ft' 8ymmeBnpi>I lien: for oik's I : ortlce 3 DO .K Myern, repair* to bridge... .. .." .. JJ
Co. and outside the State In freight rate .K. Walton, blanks clerk'*ntllce i> a 00 Hoi.d Mimlwr Co, lumbar ... .... ...... '
j By. palatial hotels along to which Its location entitles atlrt officer ... .... .. ... JJ
TITUSVILLE us, whereby the wholesale business of Jackson regls| ; 240 F U Hoye, repair to bridge .. .... .. '
Aug. 1002.)
the East Coast of Florida are Mr. vllle within three JFRrown, tannestshentfreei...... ... 910
after euch
years action the Special Road Fund, Dint. No.3.
To My Democratic Friends in by Commission Increased E E Rollln pbyiicUn ... 1000 .
t"" :Flagler's "hobbles" and we should Brevard than 700 per cent." more HKWIlAon. coroner. :::::.:)... 300: K W Halt oom.on special tax ........ 6'' f*
County: WSNorwuod Juror..... .......... 1 W Jon Williamson com. work on rOA..... ";
: very much regret to see this bend- I tender you my sincere tbands for My platform may be summed up In a very few words: CDCaw, .. .. ........ ........ 100 t Jorceniwn .. .. .. 4 wJorriea
j factor of the lower East Coast dispose I am a practical man. and I am BBKnoz, .. ...... .......... 1 OO aurvej Ing rnads....... ... 24 f'
In tEa
running
: your generous support primary on my record-the record of RLMotlow, .. ............ .... 100 L Jorgensen.applies for convict ... ... IIJ x
,'I t' : of his interests to another : election on July 15th, 100:.'. Coming a man whose technical experience wf the transportation business H Itod'.r. .. ... ................ 100 .. building bridge. ... ..., ??
'Corporation. If this change of from the source It did-TUB!: PEOPLE-I acquired from books but from practical was not Jnllu Kline, ... ............... 100 R A Ronklloir. rep boat etc, Insp roads. J "III?
experience. Hell ..... ... 41
> ..
Sktnntr wltneiM.. .......... 100 J F Pre..U..Sllpt Cony. !
It all the
VuJ owners ever should take place, our appreciate more. ._ I am opposed to all\ secret rebates or discrimination In favor Will Roblnxin .. ................ 100 Paul Krne"III. building new lighter. I-3! r?
Yours most truly or places.I of percons Carrie ITencntt .. .............;.. 80 C H Prince unloading lumber ... 1
iii Bade county friends will find that JOHN llll'qHV.: favor HU Howard. .M. w .................. 50 I'lne.- Forfeiture Fund.
the reduction of freight Store' EIIU, <. ....... ......
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n' they have lost of the best passenger rates M .. ..
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; friends they ever had. Treat Mr.\ Are You Going North of promising more rtenWation ................ BO -t
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I. or any man, can erform.I WW Skinner, ................ BO J P.Brown,corns on fines col g
1 Flagler and Mr. Parrott as they deBar favor such differential rates FALocUy, .. .. ......?,.,...... M crinprosCo Ct.:...:.:: ::::. 'w
ye to be treated and our East If you. are you can buy a first-class, as will permit the shipment of Florida H M Carpenter, .". ................ BO A A Stewart, -
1 products through Florida ports and render L,8mlth ................ M Feeding Prisoners Fund.
ticket
round-trip the ?
\' Coast readers will find them true over Clyde; or Mai- from the ports of adjoining atates.r unnecessary their shipment A Willis, .. <. ................ BO J P Brown feeding prisoners..... ... ""'30
lory lines, cheap, by writing or calling B R Wllion A Son'
mecl for prisoners ... S 15
t* the peopl best interests. I at the ADVOCATE office, Tltmvllle. e f.vnr .I b addltloaal le<<1ll.1.tJon as will HR Wilson A Bon' ,mdae for jail......... 2 III On motion the Board adjourned to
,I,l'W: I CODtiDaed OD Ellbtb p..... strengtheD the !land..ot K L Brady *Bro, .. .. .. ........... 2fl meet first Monday In Sept.1\WW,8:30: a.m.



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.. OEORO MARX. JOHN MARX.. i
West Palm Beach., Tibbals.Mr. Melbourne. Rockledge-Cocoa..

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1\r.\ J. R. Anthony. left for Hardeo- and Mrs. S. F. Webb and daughter GOODE A anODEv-IUftl Estate and Loan Judge Chas. Hammond was on the el'cl1ri'rUl : ..

lie, on July, Slit, to oversee tome Im- of Eden spent Sunday with our Agensfor Anna. London and' Liverpool and to Miami, also, Leonard Dixon '
rovemeuts on tbelr orange grove. postmaster Mrs. E. J. Luce. Ulobo, Providence Washington and sun Fir and ,others from Cocoa.J. WHOLESALE GROCERS
Insurance. 8ieolal attention paid to the
Mrs. 8. D. Pains left, on the 4th, for Mrs. 600. E. Andrews and daughter interests of DOI1'residents. J7 White hashis cottage under roof

nlte an extended trip In the north and I I Grace, left, Monday for West Palm and will\ push It to completion. It will

i visit Rev. Palno's .on and daughter.I Beach where they will visit friends fora rr Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK be A very comfortable little cottage.\ Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

The many friends of City Clerk, fieo. few days. the pink paper of the East Const, will be Miss Kate Eyer has had' the little buildIng .

Adams will be pleased to know that Mrs. James Hudson loft, Monday, for received at the Melbourne! PostoIHce. on the river\ from, near the depot,

,e i is convalescent, and will be able to be Ojus where she will be the guest of her used as a curio store, demolished and Corner Bay and Julia Sti., JACKSONVILLE FLA. j
; his pout of duty very soon. granddaughter Mrs. J. W. l"ell. for a The late rains have cooled the air and carried to Cocoa.

The two popular young business men few days. I freshened"vegetation./ The lightning! last Tuesday afternoon WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.,

lenn Q. Strohm and A. P. Anthony Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Schuyler. and son, R. P Paddlson Jr., of Tltnsvllle, spent struck the school building on' Barton ,

ft, the 30th, fur a trip north. They Carl of Jensen were the guests of Mr. Sunday evening In Melbourne. avenue recently occupied by Mr. Ilibbs, PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

111 visit Georgia, Indian Springs and and Mrs. J. T. Waters on Sunday last. W. K. Is ripping off a few shingles.Mrs. .
Campbell making Improve-
Seed Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season
bet prominent points We always welcome friends from neighboring ,
ments on the Hotel Bollevue property. M. C. Salmon, who has been at ,

The friends of Bert Yarborough read towns- Chas. Ti:..MoBrlJe Retting the material Hammond, Loulsana, for the summer, 6-We solicit consignments of Fruit and Vegetables!
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Ith his early departure for Lex- Rev. L. J. Sawyer and family : visiting relatives and friends returned, -- ------
regret expectto on the ground for an addition to his ------------ ._---- -0. ____ ___
gton, Va., to make it his permanent leave on or about September 1st. for store building.The last Friday to her homo on Indian Klvor.

orue. We wish,him success and a long Talulah Falls Ga., where the reverend Ethel \Vrtyt came up from Fort Lauderdale Seabreeze. REAL USTATi: Volt SALK.
have finished the addition 1-
gentlemen will spend his much needed carpenter
with J. L. Wilson last" Thursday,
fe.M. vacation of few weeks. to the posfolllco) building and it I h> -
a .
E. Oruber the county tax collecj for to spend a few weeks In visiting and taking As Admlnlstiators of the Estate of
j> left for the county seat, on Sunday. Mr. anti 'Mrs. C. Tt. Clifford were delighted now ready .paint.A music lessons on the banjo from M rs.WHson. Mrs. Foiduo. of ionic a regular: 'visitor William 'frontier, d cel1sed, We oiler an

oe Sanders stands guard ID Mr. Gruber's to have their son, Walter, give sweet little girl came to the home of to SenbrcoEO Is at the Seaside Inn.J. I private sale tile following\ described ReaJi'

ibsence, so, we give the burglars fair them a surprise a few days ago by makIng Mr. and Mrs. O. S. .Snedoker. a few days The rains have been heavy for a few E. Pace and wife, prominent rosU ,K-tl\to. belonging) to said! Estate: j
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arning as Joe has blood In his eye. his appearance here. Walter has ago. She is a Melbourne girl Congratulations days and the ground is getting well soak dents of Sanford are guests at the Clar. No. 1. Sold.!

"It is dangerous being safe" these dark many friends here who were also very to parents.We ed. The orange trees show the effect in endon Inn. No. :2. All of S* of NE!, Section :3IV

ights In onr little town. Houses and glad to see him. were glad! to see the bright fnce of their brightness and tho putting on of T. R. and of and Township South Range 87 East, covered
Snyder
family Ocala
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orefl are being entered almost every Frank S. Waters who has been with Mordie Conkling In Melbourne again. new growth Mr*. (Ooodo of Gainesville. are spent a with water, lying la snip Eau ttallie

, Ight and the report of pistols and shot J. S. Padgett eft Co., merchants, of Jensen He has just returned from college at Mrs. Frank Hatch'returned from West while at the Seaside Inn. River and Kim Gallie Bay, containing
' Ins are heard all through the midnight for about six: months, Is now houe Kimberlln Heights, Tenn. CheaterOblo.Saturday./ where she has about :'M acres, more or less.Xo. .
urs. As yet no very great thefts have with his parents, on a vacation and preparing Dr. SoofleM, of Rookledgo Is enjoy. 3. Sold.No. : ,
Grandma Oslin. with the assistance of boon spending a few months, to her new
' ing the summer ns a of the Claren 4. That portion of SW", Section
;en accomplished, and no one hurt, yete for A business course In co'lege, which Frank Hatch guest y
heron Charlie Oslin Is nice home recently
purchased
enjoying a
citizens generally In arms, but this winter. don Inn and the Breakers :31, Township 27 ::South Range17: East,
little she from C. E. Cook.
vegetable gardenwhere can
' commencing At point 37U feet West from
been successful In bringing
live not their Much credit Is due Trainmaster Me- spend a part of each day among plants George> ilngrass, wife and children The Seaside Inn are expected a partyof Northeast corner post on "-4 Section linens ,

wn game. Yelgh, for the interest hn took In having that she loves. took advantage! of the excursion' and on twelve from Orlando, anti another aforesaid and
Mayor Burkhardt met with a painful our pineapple crop handled properly. Mr. and Mrs Chas. Horton and family Sunday the:27th! ult., went to West Palm party of sixteen from DeLitnd next week. Section line for a stalling point, thencerun -

,cldent, last Monday while adjusting Each of his men was compelled to handle have been spending a few days of this Beach and I'llnBeach., for visit with S. W. Johnston, wife and two ohl'.d- South -U: feet thence East IOn< fee,, I
me part of the machine which propels every. orate carefully and cars were week In Melbourne We miss this pleas Mr. Canova's family returning home on ren, of IeLaud are domiciled at the thence South' 4-Ji:! foot, thence West tar.
I a launch. lie attempted to start the placed for every grower who was so located ant family since they moved to FortPlece. the :30th. Clarendon Inn, for the month of August. Section lino, thence North 5U3 ft, then**'
otor and the wheel Hew back, the crank that he could load in cars which but time bring them back East 717 foot, moro or loss to a point }()to
[riking: him on the right/ wrist fractur- was a great help In reducing labor and again., may Mr. Hatch Is pushing his new store Mr. George' W. Hyde And family of feet West of Southwest::! corner of plat ..1' {
X some of the small bones. Dr. Burn. time. room to completion, so as to occupy it as UalnoBvlllo, are expected to be the truest Sarno thence South KiO 1'edt, then

I m set the wrist and allayed the pain The sale of real estate is getting to bea We were glad to see Mrs. J.IK Phillips early as possible, and before the fall of''Miue Host Johnson at the Seaside East 750 feet to West side of F. E. C..
, t the Mayor carries his arm in a sling weekly and almost dally occurence In so much Improved In health its to be ableto trade sots in. It Is a large room, and Inn, next week Railway right.of-way, thence North oa

I d will continue to do so for a few weeks. this place. Since my items of last week, go for last a sal Monday I to her In home In East with Melbourne will\ bo well ad.iptoil to his trade and Mr, and Mrs. J, Abrams: of Gainesville West side of F E. C. Railway right-of-
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company business.
Miss Mary Guernsey of Orlando who Harry Jennings purchased a large pine her sister, Miss Marsh and the Uorton are guests of the Clarendon Inn for way 00) foot, thence East to point of beginning
visiting Miss Kate Lamping, Is de- apple plantation here of E. B. Verona family. The burning of the cottages occupiedby the season. Mr. trams Is a member of excepting! railroad right-of-way
htlng all her hearers with her fine so- who now resides at Daytona. Fla. Also Wm. lllndle and W. M. Moore, makes the hotel orchestra.E. through said nnd.[ Containing about' : J
; othet sales will be completed before this Miss Eva Gates who has spent the past quite a hole In Cocoa. Fortunately, the acres Including the County rand This",
voice. A week Sunday even. .
ano ago her farm south of Is F. Hatch of Eau Gallic Sunday
two town spent
on
she 'sang "Eye Has Not, Seen" in goes in print. Why should our settle years lire did not spread, being but little wind tract hall young prove of ROU or 60U
? charming manner at the Metho- ment not build up when a lady, who has having a car loaded with her household at the time. Mr. lllndlo\ lost all he had, on the ocean bench, anti attended tree on It. and an artesian well, eta !
very to return to her old homo InChlcne. tho dance at the Clurendou Inn pavilion
goods No. D. Uofiln at Southeast et
it church and last Sunday evening ate to hire "everything done, bought; five but Mr. Moore saved moat of his house corner
Congregational church shfe rendered acres of pineapple land with but three / Miss Gates has mode many hold goods. Saturday evening lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. Haiv-

"Mlgrlms: of the Night," In.. very do- acres in pines, and in three months friends on Indian River who are sorry best to II. ,T, Prune, of Lakeland a member of rlson thence run South across El how"
lose her Our
;htf ul manner giving evidence of aI'e cleared 23: per cent on money Invested. pleasant company.life QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA FUFFKliKR the Florida Legislature U a guest of the creek to North boundary of laud bolonfp-
wishes follow her .
quality voice and careful tralnlog.Park This ht why our western bankers invest through : j. Foley's Honey and Tar" affords Sonar: e IUD, and will spend the balance log to Win. Treutler, thence East nlonp;
here. It is bettor than 3* and 4 per cent R. W. Goode, who Is agent for the Insurance Immediate rullof to n"thmlslll1'6r"I'1i In of the season hero. trj Section line which Is the North bound.
: Comm sllluner Schmidt Is making i In the north."I that sustained the loss ,' ary of Wm. Treutlttr'iland to North bank 1
company the worst and If taken inline I 111ell'eot .
stages, T. 1. Swonrlngor wife and two children .
!pld improvements but needs more of ICIbow'crock theuce West along banla
bv fire West's 'building
on Capt. large ,
I .
bold W tlsou A Oll.FOIt'
a cure by
to out his plans for beau of Gainesville\ are at tho ClarendonInn of said creek to polutof beginning being:;
ney carry had diabetes in Its worst form," which occurred on August 2nd, paid
the Park. He has called upon the and the Breakers, and may bo seen In function lil. 'l'own hlpl1 :South Hanga-
ng to 61 h. Tills
Marlon Lee of Dunreath Ind. "I' damages owner on August
lies to help him oat. Friday.evening, writes without, relief. was prompt work." It pays to be InsuredIn CUT4liULtvS AND OPEN SORES lathe, surf almost eveiy day. 37 East, I'lil land' Is covered with then
the regular concert of the Lake Worthnd tried eight physicians use Hancock's Liquid\ I bulphur: at B. n.I wateis of the creek
Only three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure a good company, Captain West will H. T. Rooman, E. P. Ileeman and Mrs
in the Park the ladles will be out 11..onSun'a. / drug store No. 0. Sold.
made me a well man." Wilson A Son. have the )house repaired at once. The I E. E. Ueemau, prominent residents of
force and will serve Ice cream, No. 7. Commence about 0 chain Offlinks'
great fire was caused by lightning Orlando, are spending the Reason at the i
cake and coffee and the proceeds will be.given Sebastian. CJ.u-tiiulon', Inn and Breakers' West from Northeast corner of
. to Mr. Schmidt to assist In carry Eden. Section 20, on Section: \lino between Sections
ing out his plans for the improvements Foley's Kidney Cure will case Rr)/ght'sDisease Miss RaDio Hunter of Jacksonville, 17and m, run WestOclmlns llillnks: ,
i the Park.Mey's ; will cure Diabetes ; will cure and Miss Weeks and Miss C. hi. Spnrk.! thence South 10 chains B4& links thecc'
sick Stone In Bladder; will cure Kidney and Mr: and Mrs. Kltclilng returned from man, of Stake are a pleasant" party of South 110 decrees 80 seoonds, East: clmln/ !
Captain T. E. Richards is very Bladder diseases Sold: by Wilson; A Son. Miami on Friday morulng. Indies stopping at the. Seaside Inc to Eau Gallie! River thunce follow th.'
will OUI'8 all discs and is not expected to recover
Kidney Cure
Joe Conkling and I Jesse Leatherman Mr and Mrs. J. H. Pratt and two bore of Kail Oallle River In an Easterly
arising from disordered kidneys or II. W. Richards and family are stop Wabasso Sunday with friends been direction to a point due South from plAce i
dder. Sold B. R. Wilson & Son. Eau Gallie. spent children of Salem l. Ala, have enjoying -
by ping at this place for a week or so. here returning ou the evening train. / the past two weeks at tbe Claren of beginning" thence north to po4ntof

bands don Inn. The much pleased with beginning, containing I 0 aero. wore o*'
Our store has again changed a The Misses Edith: and Florida KltchIng seem
FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock's young man from North Carolina having "A large '}quantity fish Is still being ''left, 'Thuisday for Stuart, where Seabreeze AS a summer resort less, and known as the Kitchell place. v*

Iquld Sulphur will cure any case of purchased the property.Mrs. shipped dally from this point. they will make a lengthy stay with relatives. Mrs. W. R. 0'Nel\I.1IIIRltUelen O'Neal 'No.,8. NEl.{ of Section 28, Towniblp,
{mound Itch at B. K. Wilson d: Son's.Stuart. 37 South Unntie 37 East, containing 10O I
James O. Wey returned from Plenty of rala and new growth on all I' Miss Mabelle O'Neal and.Mis. E. S. Copeland acres, less railroad rlght-of-way.
White City last Friday, looking very citrus fruit trees in this dlstilct., A social dance was enjoyed by our are a family party, from Orlando *
No. O. of Section 2
who are the month of August NWti Township
her spending
luuch Improved by stay. lit, '
Mr. and Mrs. ferny I U. Hodgson are young people ua Saturday u lit tl'IIII'I' at the C.arendon Inn and the llreakets.Tltnsvllle 27 South Kung 37 East, containing 10O
Miss Carrie Moore,, the aunt of Mrs.W. the guests' of Mrs I.0. Gilbert tide week. a few attended, although It was a warm acre, less railroad right-of-way.

---r F.. Wolfe, accompanied her nephew of evening. was well represented at the No. 10.( 41: 00-10O' ( aorns, less railroad\
S. Whltncre o.irrled a large party
For the week have beet having Clarendon lInt Huskies lice
past we last Inn Sunday.
John Futcb to Jacksonville Friday leaves
Your Sebastian
coriespondent riirht-of-wav, being imrt' of Lot 1 and of
friends to the blll\ch. on :Sunday:
ocean ,
>ol, refreshing slioweis almost dilly Misses All no and I Jnlsy Brady who have
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morning. this week for an Inellnlte time. Will NK.U of NWlj, Siuitlon, Township 27 I
In his tart launch.
[hose ralbs have brought the pineapples boon spending the two weeks here
The Ladles' Aid Society mot at the someone send a few Items every Tuesday punt South Rang$ 37 Kant, known a* J, L.
it wonderfully In the last few we kll. Rev. W. 'r, Lame conducted services to the ADVOCATE. Mr and Mrs. A. K. Wilson and Wade 1t.
home of Mis. S. F. Webb last \Friday Stewart place,
[The Stuart Improvement I Society will afternoon and transacted considerable 'In the Baptist church on :Sunday. last Captain C. F. Fischer of Tltusvllle June were huio. No. 11. 1,0(517 nnd'H, block 4, Tow.. I

ave a sociable mid Ice cream supper Inle business. both morning nod evening. stopped here Monday In his .sailboat J. A. Abrams W. M. Wilson Mrs. E. of Eau Oallle.
-room o( the :Stuart:: house this I E. Cannon aud Mis S. No. 12.: Lot 1 black I Town of KanOallle.
dlniag Mr F. O. Williams accompanied by a ,John Anplnwall, of New York Is repairing and visited his shell mound which' he children Finley, -
Friday) evening. The proceeds are to friend stopped off here Monday to his tine residence on the south found had 1 been mostly washed away. U. fray and All' and Mis Allen Halle, Quit claim deed for this only- a

i to tuwn Improvement visit C. A. Robinson on his tour of Inspection bank of the Eau Uallie\ river.C. are a party of Oalnesvlllit's prominent held under Tax Title
J. has commenced bulldog down the Florida East Coast We bad two severe thunderstorms reel,leu M, who are expected at the Clar. For price and terms address, ,
II. A. Baker
AineHwortli returned l. on Saturday week. On Thursday the lightning struck endure inn this
weok
operations on his lot ou Avenue V.) Railway F. A. :MORGAN and W. H. JONES': ..
from Lake Washington.
a fishing trip oo a pine tree nearMrlIurdesty'srenldencand :
(lie building will be a residence. into Mr. and Mrs C. A. Robinson accompanied .Vinesworth reports the Halting as then ran along wire fence tearingIt rn. Shultii, jr., and three children As Administrate of the Estate ot.Vn I

hick Mr. ild.kerwill move with .his by their youngest daughter left very good, and no Insects.A up considerably.The prominent residents of Winter Park are frontier, decvasvd.Tltnsvllle .
wily as soon as completed. on the train, Wednesday morning. Mr. umoutf tbe delighted guests of the Clareiid'io Florida,
and and Mrs. Robinson will visit Seabreeze number of carpenters are working Sebastian:: Ice Factory lies been Inn and the Urvakeis. This party .
Walter Hitching
])Ir. and Mrs. fur a few days, ere leaving for Jacksonville on the East Coast Lumber and Supp1yCu' running since August| fat. making lv lirt* been here since the brut of July and
lughter Josephine, will leave'Sunday: A Pine Place For Mule '
.. lighter oo Hodgson's marine rail which Is two tons more than
and Miss Florence will visit for a tons a day, will remain during tbe season.
vlMt Mrs. Killi ,
months to
Horning, for a other and way. The vessel will be ready for business the factory's guaranteed capacity. Fourteen -
ng's former home In Maryland. We wish will time later Seabreeze proceed and to Jacksonville points for a this week; tons of the very best Ice was ship Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Jenkins, Captain 200 feet on Indian River, and runnings:
.m. a pleasant trip and outing. Snow Mr. and Mrs J. II. Hougbton and
,
: ped to different polnU on Indian River back 800ft./ to road a lot adJoin-
visit with her sister Mrs. F. O. Williams. II. E. Joyner, of Miami, purchased a county ;
Mrs. Koss Mr. J. F.
is' list around for Sunday, morning daughter, ail a)111 river float back.:
There a subscription large round bottomed boat In Eau Onllle, on IIIss \lug l)8ft.f: running
.
Loper Miss A. D. Loger ) A. A.
lie purpose of clearing up avenue I), last Into which he Jntendsplacing 14l1ft(> ; on bluff, 20ft, above the river,.
: THREATENED. on Saturday Hal and Miss Bins L Klrby are a
the postof ice to the county road CONSUMPTION: left Look ley which Is salt water, and three miles.
fom Mr.1 fur
: a motor Joyner at ler.
of p.Uatka the Seaside
thiit worn is badly needed auu every "I was troubled with a hacking cough Miami on Monday last. party 1 people at aide at tills. place
ptizen of Stuart ought to give it help. for a year and I thought I had consurap Whence came that sprightly: stop rich, Inn House of six rooms. haw been kept

'' K. Wood's fore- Lion," says U. Unger,211: Maple Street A vessel In 'the fishing\ fleet at this rosy complexion, faultless skin, smiling Mr. nod Mr*. W. T. DlKgettand two painted smith' In !irood repair! ; :Lift! from
Wm.McLaiigblln O. Champaign III. "I, tiled a great many point was struck lightning Jurlm the fa;).. bite luklleJI, lag'IOIJ. Here's clilldn-n. of Lake C'omo are delighted liver bank, o'MiiiuitndlnK u hs.eutifulvlew
nan, has resigned his position! and Is remedies and I was under tbe care of storm of Sal: uroll). A broken spar| and her secret She uses Lr. King's New Life "llh Mjubiei'se and the hospitality of of Indian Iii me r; stairs lend down to-

limning very strongly of going into the. physicians. for several months. I used one some blocks will sum up tile damage. Pills Kesult' -all organs active, digestion this 4Ir"I..u l Inn and the lireakers, tbe river, anti a dock built out Into the
>radio business Lore this fall and win.r bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; it curedme Fortunately none of the crew were on good, no headaches, no chance for whore they hive l been since the first uf water' '.o Hccornmodute am ill\ boats. A.

Mr.'McLAugnlinandwifewillleavea lafoston. and I have not been troubled since. board. "blues." Try them yourself. Only :29o. July and willI1I1"lu. dm..log! the sea- iiever-fnlllnit. : well wHh pump| near kitchen
the
few das to spend': summer Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. Thomas Sumter, who has charge of at U. U. Wilson tt !:lull'a drug store sun. door and a never falling spring of.:

I Mrs, S. E. Iherboursorange grove killed clear, co"l, pure water a at,ore distance
M. C. R. Baker of thieplace, and Miss Pierce. one of the largest rattlesnake ever seen t/ulto a serlou accldenr.. occurred at from house, Home lotandputdtryyard., -
Jtta \Jtotliwell, of Oxford, Kan., were : Fort In Eau Gallie. The reptile .was nearly South Rockledge. Heubrm-7-H l.mt Friday nfiarnoou during fenced wish poultry n ttlull'. <)Ice house."

aarried nt fort Pieice, Friday and came seven feet In length, and was ornamented a terrllla electrical storm, when the ntgstniT for poultry an l lleljjl.io, liaie 12x3:1: : : feet..
ere on the evening train. Mi. Baker : with seven rattles and d button. Mr. cue the Wllmun's Opera house 'wa an.la smaller f tncy poultry buusn.
of
"nd Miss Rothwell have been currvs- Howard LeTournau, Eden was"' a Sumter had been watching for the snake Mrs. J. H. Coats and slaughter; Annie stl'uck.Illtt llalnulnif t'lavlnif/ down theelectric 71 orange trees just coming) Into bearing -
ending for a year and bad never seen pleasant visitor In town on Monday. for several days. The reptile was killed returned from :MUmlon Wednesday last light end 101111'iiiou when. to the a grapefruit trees, 4 peach trees, a.
led. still the order of the Pavilion. Just at this moment Mr*. H. vines-;tti beurlnif\
ch other until tbe day they mart I Improvements are on Monday. cuppernoiig grape
Salmon arrived home from
day and our town Is growing all the Mrs. M C. K. l.vln, the wife of, (be minauer of the aeveral kumquats' and if'iavn bushes
The St. L ole River Tomato Growers'jLssoolallon I time. Hammond La., last Friday In very poor pavilion wan pasting In frmit of an open shade trees and tropical uses. and lirubs- u
held meeting in W. Kltoh.I Foley's Kidney Cure Is a medicine free health.
a window, and when In dliect range between the. house.A -
Bg's Monday at which they de- Chas. Baykln returned from an extended from poisons and will cure any case of the window and the switch board near
I> store ,
road
hits been along riverbank
C. H. Hlbbs\ : doing great good county utlar
of the state
on
Is the
the that
visit disease
to upper part kidney not beyond
tided to commence I approvements at once of the electric' she received
lights quitea .,
deal of spraying In this part lately. He from Tltnsvllle, tics county: sent,
of medicine. Wilson Son.
land Tuesday. reach :
of
hey will their l.'iO; acres which hiss confined her
survey does his. work well. sitvwie shuck eleven mile! north, toKookledg 1& beautiful
,
a to five acre lots, and enclose the whole Archdeacon B. F. Brown held'servicesIn to bed since and she I. now suffering winter resort, nine ml) .soiith, with
dy of land with a hog proof fence. Thesoclatlon St. Andrews church last !Sunday= to St. Lucie. Arthur Gideon after a two months' from nervous prostration. Mr. Lyle Is 'noon. a nice little business town and

mean business. large congregations.Mr. visit with his parents, returned to Palm the roclpUnt of many expression of re- City Point between ll.iilro.id, station *,

S pome people have doubted our state- Buell has secured'a building lot # Reach on /'IuodaylMt.1I1r. Kret for the accident, anti all wish that tulle west. Poitofnce and school near.

gent concerning the number cars ol from Mr. Cobb on the river front and Is I The Inlet and liver are swarming with and, Mrs. C'. Magruder: are contemplating lils estimable wife may have a speedy re Five acre of very fine fruit land near-

Bneapples which have been shipped from erecting a blacksmith shop. : mullet. Some of the fishermen have a trip, to Orlando. to visit covery.A station (from which a little was given for

>Stuart depot thl*season. 'Theotticla) Messrs., Fee Stewart are treating made as high as $03 per week. their son, Bailey Msgruder. section houses) containing; beautiful.
from J. T. Knox the rail- : nEAI.Elt.Dr. Geo. young/ peach orchid of 100 cr. es. mostlyIn
{urea PHYSICIAN .
gotten
their new store to a coat of paint, which The St. Lucia tlub: -bouse has: a nice J. E. Battler received another boatloadof _
ad shows that to Aug.Hh bearing bore a fine crop this year; ,
of Hmlth'sdrove
agent here up another Ewing!: a practicing physician
Its Tuesday to erect
greatly adds to appearance.An lot of cabbage palraettoe set out on lumber ,
rich
size and
fruit
47IJ! shipped and by for write good exceedingly
crates were Edmond Ky over thirty year
e time the Pink Paper is published it Impromptu dance was given at the Its grounds, which will add greatly to building for Day. hi*personal experience: with Foley's Kid. flavor. A little house near station always i

Jill reach OO.OUO. This number at :aOO Fort Pierce hotel on Friday evening,and Us attractiveness./ 'I Mr. Schuyler father-in-law pf J. E. ney Cure: "For years I bad been greatly rent for #1 or tl.no per month.

> the car, agrees with our estimate. Bold quite a number of our citizens enjoyed The fish dealer must be expecting a Battler, took a trip to bis home In Mala bothered with kidney aryl" bladder trouble Experts pronounce this soil particularly-
es this number hundreds of crates It. big business the coming season judging' bar ou Friday returning on Monday( sod enlarged prostrate gin nds. I used adapted to grape culture. Price, by .ad-

"e goo from platforms and by expres Tbs Carpenters have completed theroundbouse from the number of boats ordered The everything known to the profession with dressing. "BOX 10," 4
; also some needed alterations boatyard of Mr. Chase has four underway Look I'leanaiit. JMeaxe. out relief until I commenced to nse .'0- JI rdeevIU| >, Fla.,

at the station. The painters are and two launches.A ley's Kidney Cure. After taking three.
All Were Saved. now putting the finishing touches on the petition was handed around for Photographer C. C. Ifarlan, of Eaton bottle I was entirely relieved and cured. A Fine Home For Halo.

'For years I suffered such until miseryom buildings. We now have as fine and signatures the end of last week for aschool 0., can do so now, though for years he I prescribe It now dally in my practice -
bronchitis writes 4. II. Johnson comfortable a station as any of them. couldn't, because he suffered untold agony and heartily recommend Its UM to all
here the coming season. We have
form of A model southern home In Soutn encT
from the worst Indigestion.All physicians for such trouble I have
E Broughtoo Oa. "thatoft.en I was' noble
schoolhouse suit.
not or anything
any physicians and medicine failed to prescribed It In hundreds of canes withperfect of lirovard county on the Indian: River
to work. Then, when everything Shatter all ICecordJ. able to use for one. No doubt some of Electric In'the of the belt. Nice- i iO
he tried center pineapple
!se failed I wholly cured by De.cg's help him till Bitters success. Sold by Wilson .t Son. '
was the parents are extremely anxious for a
such wonders for him dwelling and Ten
that
which worked -room out-building
hospital F. Gullea'ge,Verbena
New Discovery Consumption. Twice school. The names of four bachelors
doctors he declare they are a godsend to sufferers acres In frllltlofl'pln.appl8llj) 40 orange
vast sum to to
ly wife suffered Intensely from asthma, Ala., paid a the list.
were on lJrayllJ&. ,
stomach troubles.Unrivaled lemon lime and trees most
grapefruit
dyspepslaand -
24 tumors. from .
lit cured her, and all oar experience cure a severe cue of piles, causing
''tes show it Is tbe best media When'all failed Bucklcu's Arnica for diseases of the stomach all have fruit ot them. Heautlfnt yards-
In to the world.* A trial will croup convince Salve soon cured him.. Subdues Inflammation Many persons In this community are llvev and kidneys; they build op and give Dray Ing or haul!ag: of all) kind promptly and flower garden. Will be- sold at a*,

Da it Is unrivaled for throat and lung conquers aches, kills pains. suffering from kidney complaint who new life to the whole system. Try them. attended to. Meets all trains. Stove bargain. For full particulars address t
eaae. Guaranteed bottles bOo aDd $1. Best salve In the world. 29 etc. at 1. K. could avoid fatal results by using Yoh,,'. Only 50o. Guaranteed by B. K. Wilson wood supplied. "0."

hal bottles free at Wilson\ A: Son': .. Wilson Son's drug store. Kidney C n e. Sold by Wilson &.SoD. A Hon, druggists. ALFHRD UADLCT: Tltusville. < Care VOCATB, Tltusvllle FlaNAbT -



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6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 8. 1902.A ,

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i" ( :fI Yt There being' only one other officer pre I n **THB EAST COAST OP FLORIDA C1T' ) I

ent with the company and be being a is PARADISE REGAINED." ,
: "tv weakling', the men stuck together and .
i
without a lender beat off the enemy. !

}: Then came charges' of cowardice .

II\j u against Captain Croker. I reported th a, wya"bY FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY _
matter to the general, asking It be ,

t could not stare off Troop's execution In '

11 ., the hope that something might turn UI// LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41.: In Effect June 8, 1902.
,j, '". to throw light pn ills case. 'Unforti
1: I'I'x nately there was no court in session to SOUTHBOITO.- E D DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ. I
Hf '
C I try Captain Croker and there was an SQN fie .
____ order N.. 38 No. 15 N e. 73 No. 321 I
_____ imperative to shoot Sergcan .y14 MAIN LINE.
Daily Davy Dstly l Dill
Troop. At the general's suggestion I .. ve

Small crops, unsalable vegetables visited Croker and asked him if he DO p110I65' Lv.......... ....... .JaaltlOovtl1... ... ..............Ar 01)) P 8 ro.a -
li result from want of did not have some further 'luforma OSpI10 0a a Lr...................6o.Jacksonville.............. ....Lv II 6'I 1J. a .
1115pU811., .......................8&. Au .. II Op 1.ua ,,;
u.tlJ.\
tlon as to Troop's desertion that bad trf t5 I'' 11021'' ................_..... Haatlnus ......................\.. .a It p 103. y '
not appeared the trial. I found him i 00p 1218 P .... ...................>Ea.tl'alatki.................,....... 46. p aboa b'i
:j : 83 pi' 'p ....:...............,.... Neolf. t 1 7p l117a '
Potash.Vegetables dogged though despondent and let I I t5 P O .. .. ..... ........ tP aoea .
bun! without gaining anything. 1i 01 :....:.:......:...,.....Sunnelle..4 ,. 600a! I'
f2P I 18YI'. ................. ..... 68:.
J+ The general made up bIll mind to convene t 5 0r o.... 180 ...................?....... .."........... ........... 111p 1I2a8
a court and try Crofter at once ti'j 8 II I' .01.I) .......................Port Orange....................... 08 p I 619 a ir e'j ?
are especiallyfond The 800 I' II0p ......... ..............New 8m'ru.......................... t7..P 4 64. j't.
of Potash. Write for conrt met. Croker was brought before ...... Up ..........................Oak HllTltunvill .......................... Up ....... ::i"11'I
It. convicted of cowardice and sen ..... I 11 p .. .. .. ............... *.............................S P ...._. .!
1 our free pamphlets. tenced be dismissed from fe ....:. SISp......?.....................Cocoa.............,.............. lIP' ...... ePe
to CbiBervlce.! ....... '01 I'' .... ...;. ........11ock I sd.r.......................... I 10 II ....... I>S
'J I *, As soon as tbe papers were forwarded <0 ...... lOp .......:.................Eau 0allle..1 40 p ....... !:rF'
a GERMAN KALI WORKS to the for his ... .. 391' ............... .......Melbourne.......................r.1 33p' .. ;.j.t.
al 93 Nuuu St.,Naw York. general approval be sent' a 0 ...... 9p.' ..............:..........8eba.tl..n. .... . ..,...Ilse43& ....... g
for me. ; ...... !OSp ...................... .St. l.nole. ..................... 11116. ...... i 3
"Go to Captain Croker. he said "and g.ll ....... .4 tOp ............... *........Fort Picrco........................ 11 (10. ......: i!d'Ifs
..... Up. ....... .........WhttoClty......................... 10 .a. ......
t:( tell him that if be can aDd will clear Tri-Weekly Sailings fg .....: Up.... ......................Tlbbal............................ 10 8:1.: ......
Sergeant Troop I will ...... 48p ... .........................Ed..n............................ 10 ...... t:!i
it Free and disapprove the V ...... OOp ...........................Jen."n.\ 10 ......
findings of the court and permit him to BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and HEW YORK.Calling .,.... OOp .............................Stu.r'U ........
; Accented Masons. .... lOp........... ........Hope Snnnd........................ .......
1 resign. :...... UP.............:..........West Jupiter........................ II .......
r I I found tbe coward disposed to save ; at Charleston, S. C., both ways) t ....... 18 .....................Vest Palm Beach..................... S 28a.. .......
he could of ...... 43p...... ..........Boyn toe .......................... :..... !
what his reputation
by ..... Up ............::.......Ft. auderdal...................... ., ....... g
t I A i Indian No. 00 confessing' himself a villain. lie bad The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe .......10 RIp .........._.........Lemon 6\ .......
: overheard a conversation between two .. .....1O80pAr.. .... ................... .. C1t.t.y ........ ,

t Hirer 4r 4 Titusville, of his men detailing a plan to depose Clyde New England and Southern Lines. BUFFET! PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 85 AND 78.
him. Their difficulty was. first that
Direct Service Between
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1 I Lodge.; / 'NT \ Florida. they did not know bow to go about It. :BRANCH LINES SCHEDtTLES.Wo. .

/l Hold of each It* mnetinir month*a'the the Necoh"late" and Armory fourth, Tftu.I Friday .- and second there :was no officer In the Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points -
lle.al] 7:30 o'vl'icic "". ni. company fit to put in bill place. They 87 N..5 N..S3 No. 49 No.47Dully PALATKA No. 48Dolly No.48Dally No. 50Daily No.,84Daily. No.E|
I t /. K. Walker Wornlilprul! Maftei.J. finally decided Sergeant Troop. (Calling Charleston, S. C., both way.) Dar y Daily Daly BOA Iff CUX. Dally Lilly
upon
E..Carrathern Buninr War I ; SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS: : ; 2a p p It 45 a at.' Palatka Arir XO a T 13 a iii p 5 p 9l
Yr.1t.dae.der.Junior who p
J.M.Dixon, Tf,,nur.r.v Warden. though u noucommlsuloned officer lonthbound...... ........ ... from \jn-w\n\ Wharf Bo to el 69 p i esS 4Bop1a06p K.PalatkaLv eOOe SM. a is p 505p pip
p'' ''r. A, Morgan, fteorecarr, would be acceptable to all If they could Northbound... .. .... ."" front foot ot Cattwrte. arrest,JackaonvlllwClyde
I' i 'S.A.HngheaChaTdaln. secure his appointment. Troop bad :::;;;:; No. 87Dully No. 48 BAN MATEO BHANCH.) No.48'No' ,BB
:f.: B.:Scraven, Senior Deacon.B Dally Dally Lail

K. Mini*,jr.. Junior Uoitonii.W. gone on his scout IWnlt'dlotely'atter St. Johns River Line.DeBary 1 6 10 at v................ ,.... EaaeFalatka,....... .....,..., .,Ar S 65 a Tifj
1'..VanlanU M. nithain' Stewnnl.Senior Steward. this conversation, nnd when be was recaptured 15 p l 80 a I Ar ...... ............ .. ....Sun Mat-o. .....,.....?. ....... .,..,..LT | 8 85 a I JiJp p
Taylor Junior
1 the him out Line.
temptation to get: ( )
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1 P. W. Roberts, '
,; Tyler. of the way was too great for the captain BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANKORD. seta y No. 21 li. IB No. 17 No. 8Daly MATPOHTBKANOK No. 6Pa No. 18 No. 20 No.22 SunrrA
I
----_- to withstand. Stopping at Falatka,Actor, at. Francis, Hereford(DeLan), Blue Spring and intermediate lanO- A Baa.only.. Dally ExSy Dailyf Ex Bun ly Dally Daily Daily 8uion'f'
tags 00 tb.ttt.Jobo'.Wv"r" '
for offense be -
Troop was pardoned an STEAMER "LOUISE." C.lI.DltOCK.IS 852 P 8 9 V 4 83 p 8 09 P 9 SO a Lv JBokiionvilio A. T do aecaa S 40 aS 1 0) p g I 13 p
bad never committed as the simplest Capt. I 63 p !J P 908 p 088oioa S Jaoknon'lle Lv 81 a 103 p i11p
"A PRETTY MESS" out of a "pretty mess" and made AWOISITKl) TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS 19 30 p t r>/ 340 p : Pibo Ueaoli 020 a 8 00 a 250p 533p 0tip
way Lean Foot Catherine Street,Javkaonvllla ..... .... ... .. ....Tut-mlny.mil 4atur y ', captain of his company Croker's resignation Leave Buntord. ... .. .. ..... .... .. ..... . .. .. .. ... ]'lonlla)8, and ThuratUyi. .U b I.u...... !.22 41 P 6 60 p 8 03 ii |lie 80 a Ar Mayport I/r 000 a T 40 a 8 Pin 6\ 13 p 8 f7 p
: H' .r' ...:...,... was accepted, and he has since Dixie flyer Route Sleeping Car operated on trains ft ml 23.Ne. ,
;a' [Original 1 1"In become a prominent .citizen of hit Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay Jacksonville., .

ro 1803 I wits detailed on court martial town. CYRIL, I". t'OLLIN. A.C.HAObRTY: Kast'n P...... Agt. ... M. IRONMONH4.R: ?.a.,,A..t.Uen. I...... Agt.. .t l 8 A.WTB'OB'D- No. No. 3 N,. ORANGE OITY No.2'No.4
a to sit at Nnslivlllo fur the purpose le State St.,New York I U94! Went liay aoluonriUe, Flu.THO8. 1)aily DitANoS l aU 21'I I Dully I D..I'I I .BABOK I Daily. Dally
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I ,.
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D.HALEY. Local Fre.gbtAKent. r LOViJ.L!; A '.lola.8u
JY f>f trying cases of delinquency that had A COLD IN ONE DAT foot HOKa"At..Ja"kiM>nviU Fla.. I IC. Foot Nuftanet., .1"4-'k.ooyl1te" ,Fla. T 04 a L.v...,.r tugville.....X I 08 p lIt) 10 .. [Lv.. ..N.MmT'iia..Ar *I18p i ) p
TO JUICE TISa88S f.v..Mims.......LvLT. l 07 a.I 11 21 .
JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent Foot Hoimu St,JaokBonrlllts Fla.TIIKO. p a Lr..Lake Helen.\Lv I 3H p
1tl occurred in the Army of the Cumber. i Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. O. JIOICR.: Oeneral Ma>iaKer. WM. H OLYIIH .o.. General AgwaU.Cheaebrougb a ...... Ooteen..LvLr..ICntTnrl" I U 64: PII II tOO p 11 89 a Lr...Orangn Clty..Lv 10 I' llll
4 i land. One young fellow. Se'rgeantUl1-: ,, I AU druggists refund the money If It falls Building.State St., Opposite Battery Fart,Saw York. I 865 980sA..B a, + e.,....Lv. U 11 80 00 4 05 p 1145 a Ar.OraDge City Jot.Lv l' p 4 10 PThTtme

ton Troop wbo wits brought before UH i to cure. E. W. (}rov)'1II signature Is on C. 1[. WALTON. Agent TltUrtvllle. FIn.
Ta.bPllbow the time at whl"h trains be
snob box Scts.Railroad. mar eicpeoteit to arrive anddnpirt"
44 engaged my utti-ntlon! the moment. I I Mm the ... '& atatlons. but their arrival or departure at the times elated Is not guaranteed
{ oar doe. Ute Company hold luelt reaponalbla for any delay or any oonxqueaoe arising Our-
mw hi in. Ills bearing was unftlKrly, Doing a Urcat Work. .' Irom.
SE B<> ::R.I.>
h4r and his couuteininco\ bore the stump of It is gratifying to note that tbe soutft- Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mlama.
trunk lines have taken this mat.
a strong character. Ho was charged ern up

4 Ui r jwttb dcarrtlou to the enemy. ter of good roads and are pushing the AIR LINE RAILWAY. BETWEEN MLAMA KEY WEST AND IIAVdNA.eot7TLtBOUND. .

i movement with vigor. There is per. ''
Ills' while his '
aisiipiiearunctoccurred
( NOBTHBOTJUD.Lv. .
M o tinge of selUshness to this rail-
iaps
t 6, :TCKlracntviis.ln proximity to the Con. road activity as bettor roads mean an Capital City Route. ZiT. Mimic Mon wed. ..............18 09 p HavanaTn*..Thura .................10 t01
4; federates l.ntir on the ooiniuuiul attacked Ar. Key W.tTne6 Thuri............... 80 pAr. Key We ,TII"".Thars................ e lOp
J and. email of hn'n'used! volume of freight but the The Shortest Route. Lv. Key West Tuea. Thur.. ............... 7 39 p Lv. K..y West. Tu"..Thurs.............. 709p
surprised Q body movement) Is none the less pralsevvor .Ar. Havana, Vvyile. F U.........,......,. 1l1JOn. Ar. Mlam Wed. Fri.................... 6 On i
I the enl'1l13'lklll)( u tuuuli,<'r of prlxonem The Best Line. ,
pt For Local Time Card
J thy for that. The railroads are expending cop01 addreu any Agent.
i t among/ tlieni the iicftiswl., Ills liter Vast sums In Impressing southerners Only line with Doable Dally Service Including Sundays'to \
.J, J. D. RAHTTER Asst. Oen.Pass. ST.AtJQtTSTUTE
ry wus tliat on the.fvtu'nu! / of hln ills- Agent. FLA.
with the ,benefit of good roads SAVANNA COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN"\ IUXE8: RICHMOND
appearance he bud printed out to his : ,
li h captain that the cuinnnnJ) was llnblt and UlUHtintlnfi their argument with WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, :NEW YORK
the construction of well drained and
to be snrrunndcH) by the. pncmy. The well In Id out dirt highways graded WITH PULMAN'SA!: BEST CAR::!. r .-"' ''" '__" _'_

111 captain bud declared Unit tllt're11" no and kept according to scientific engineering / The Florida Metropolitan* Limited a solid vestlbuled train, St. Augustine and

i9 t
( \ and roroniHilli'r. The cuptnln guve his (Vn.i Time. In carrying out this good Observation Bud Drawing Room Sleeping Curs. RI. hmond Washington Baltimore

', i consent. Troop liiid not M.MIIfur\ before work these roads are looking a long Only line opeiatl'ng dally through; Pullman Car Service Jacksonville NevOrleans Philadelphia Boston Atlanta

1 bo was called upon from the rear to vvuy ahead-looking. In fact to a time 4 For sleeper reservations further information write a AshtJvi1Ie .t Chattanooga Louisville

f em-render lie had ridden between tht'enemy' when the country farmer will be able A. O. MAcDONKLL: A"*t. OeD Pace Agt. .. Jacksonville, Florida.J Cincinnati !;t. Louis Kansas CityPittsfeurtf
;
vcdetti-s.: to! nmrUet every pound of his producein M. BAlm R. E. L. BUNCH, Detroit
The captalu, Croker. being called wet or dry weatber. I. V. I' & Q. M., lien Pave Agt. ClevelandChicago
1
,l + flatly denied the whole story declared PORTSMOUTH, VA. etc.

that he had hud no such warning and What Should He Don. ------ -- .--- -- -
s' 1 bad not given the sergeant permissionor Papers everywhere are urging the I

orders to stout The mutter restedon construction of better roads, They o. Dixie Flyer Route Z3heSOUTOLRN

AI t' a a, question of veracity between the speak of this method and that method
two men. The scale was turned against but it all will amount to nothing until NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, & ST.: LOUIS RAILWAY, and

Q I the accused by the producing/ a another and better system Is establish x WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD. RAILWAYROUTE

.scrap of paper found In Ills. knapsack ed. As things now stand says the -route of the- :

on which was written "Meet wo to Bergen Springs (Mich.) Era the road CHICAGO ,AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN

I' night at the bridge couth of the tnv tax Jn. rural localities pa'alliLnvork and /
ern." It was not signed and as the I unfesstlie taxpayer i n'find'someway OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS : I "
tl DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING: CARS.
handwriting was manifestly disguisedIt to get out of It. It would be Justas
was Impossible to tell whether the sensible to pay the school tax or tbe The.Chicago and Florida Limited la quickest train from St. Augustine and THe Southern's Palm Limited

s writer was mall or' woman. At the time tax for an olllcial stenographer in workas Jacksonville.,
V Chattanooga Nailiville Louisville St. Louts and Chicago' with'Pullman'a THe Washington ,Richmond and
the message was written the location to pay the road tax in that way ,
c; .described was within the enemy's lines. The blgbwars should be made under finest Observation and Drawing Room Sleepers, Dining cars etc., through,without Florida Limited
hange.: Toe fanoiis Dixie FIer all the year' round sleeper via. Atlanta and.
When asked to explain this the supervision of
paper tbe a competent engineerand
Martin- through to St. Louis without change. THe New York and Florida ExpressTO
prisoner at Unit refused to do so, but the work be done l>ycoulfactTben
Information relative to rates schedules etc.
For write to...
Afterward said that he had formed we should know Just what I is THE EAST.
t the acquaintance of E. J. WALKER, Fin Pass. Agt, Jacksonville!, Fl.i:
a young country done and wbat It costs, and if it is not
,,girl, who had appointed the meeting. well done the bondsmen of tbe con C. E. HARM AN, Gen. Pass Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager. THe Chicago and Florida SpecialTHe

} The captain's evidence was so direct tractor could be held to make it good. Atlanta, Ga. Nai-bvlllev Tenn.Atlantic .

aud tho accused's explanation so lame ____ __ o. Florida Limited
t I that he was found guilty and sentencedto The Best Prescription for Malaria
l be shot. As he Was led, away ho 3hllU and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's TO THE MONTH AND WEST.

made an exclamation which convinced Tasteless Chill Torio. It Is simply iron Coast Line
i me of his innocence: and quinine In a tasteless! form. No e R'y.

"Here's a pretty mess." Cure; No Cure 1'rlce uOots. Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via

,I It seemed a very email and unlmpor. :Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."
I tant piece of evidence on which to adJudge There Is likely to bo something: do- The OreatThrough Car Line from Florida.-Connections: Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in

I i a man Innocent, and yet It occurred Inj In Ireland. John' Redmond chairman Tfl the East' Via all rail.' The Atlantic Coaat Line runs over its own rails to connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway

to me a very natural remark for an of the United Irish league. calls Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and ,Washington; thence via Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars. on all through
j fi f ihvp Innocent out to make under the cir on tfta! Irish to unite for one great effort Pennsylvania Railway. ; trains.

) cumstances. A timid man would be and defeat Mr. Wyn r To the West The LAN, via Montgomery. Ticket via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.
.
crushed by fear of the gallows; a schemes by meeting coercion with co The M. jj; Q Railway Montgomery..
il. plucky man would naturally first eon- ercion. Shillalubs! and core beads
4 are t via Steamship Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, .
alder. wbat a terrible scrape he bad, gotIMO likely noon to bo much in vogue in the To the East Philadelphia and Boston Savannah:: and Merchants. Miners H. F. CAREY, FU. Pan..Agt. IDS V. Bay St. JacUoaviHe: FU.

Green Isle. Transportation Company for Baltimore.
f\ I called on /he general commanding To Key West and Havana, via PlJrt Tampa and Peninsular <&; Occidental Steamships S. H. KAJUJVICK. V. H. TAYLOE,

.' before whom the verdict must no for Since philanthropist; Uurko of New General Puecnger Agent, A.| ( eQ'I Pua, Ajeot,,

j an approval innocent, and man told wan him to that suffer-1 1 /eared'giving York made public hU postotllce address SSTJMMZ!3rL TOUrLISTS: : TXOB.ETS: Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Ga.

lB him uiy InipresHlons for I bad no rE-lt. by giving away 4000.000 his will be on sale throughout; the Northern El\sternL Western and Southern States to ..._._ 1-'. 1902.
yti all SUMMER 1 RESORTS, via the Atl.mtlo Coast Line (during the 1902
J. I' /MOO.: 3'ho general.: said that he would dully mull him lieen heavywith letters season.of ,
If him! wluri' ho limIted to return until Nov. 31st, with liberal stop-over prlviledgea.!( -
i not hurry in approving the sentence. telling cnn give: away a* :00--
r I A month passed when the general tuin-h morer/ h<> In,.. It tofin ,pnre.LOSING Addresses of parties: In the north sent to the undersigned; will be liberally supplied -

eiit for me and told me that they wereiioUfttf ... with Information and handsome advertising matter. THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
./ ,.I at neutral l headquarters' for the -- .. For Information: a* to rate. sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to ,

.' ; r pnpers in the Troop case, and bo must F. M. Jolly, Division PaseengerAgent." ;
I >P> + e forward' them. If he disapproved of 133 West Bay St., Astor Block, JaokK>nvilIerFla.l Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada

r( ; rhetu without reason. It would pl.1cIIi T. M. EMERSON": II. 'M.\ EMERSON", W. J. CRAIG, I. 'q 1
\ gun 1111 bud and PRICE, 4.00 and $3.00 gACII. Should be used by Boat Bnilder In
position would not every
Traffic A at.. Truffle Gen'l. ."
PUSH.
,1' FLESH 0 Manager Mgr. !ten;
: ; y e the piiHOiitr Ait I hud nothing on j '
11'I lilcU to base tnv faith In Troop's in.hotwnce WJLMIXQTON, N. C. In Use by soma of the Principal Boat Builders in the United State

;,; except his remark. when, con. summer can b. prevented __m.__ __ .. __ ____ 0___ ____ _. .___ For Sale. by

rioted" I could do The taklna Jas. Pritchard & Son
.. nothing gen-
,.,. WHITE'S CREAM 1} '.
,I't J \. "i.U approved the paper* and sent Scott's Emulsion : X T rITU8vILLE, F'
11 i r.. -m onward and uprtnrd. In a few OR MS. VERSVIIFUCE!
III Its as beneficial in Bummer V V SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BtTILDE"
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', ;" n eks they were returned. with an or- winter. If you ore weak or ..._ _ __ _ __ _ Mln_ UODUty. Bt-tlfl Qu.Utf. i -- ..-
de r to out the sentince. Shortly It will build -- -
carry : run down. you up.
t 'I 11 t before the execution was to take place ,51 n.1 I I I.>t free..", nplot. For 20 YearsIl ; Lad aU WGrm ;Icmelrics.I t .
.. .'. THE OFFICE
-homIAt l ADVOCATE
SCO\ f l' I 1.\> !: : JOB PRINTING
an outpost defended by Captain CroUet; 409. 15 !",'art -.('et. Kw York. 007JZ.: ::) 3J-ST ....XaX:: :A1rRVt: xtt3St9TtF7.: :
; I JI, wits attacked and the (captain desert- SOC.and$100; all dnrggtuts Pr..par.dcr---. ,14 HE'S F. MALLARD, St. Louis.
I ins.hla command fled to thee rear. wvw.rara.wa.v..a.v print I all kinds of tJoaamercUI: StUionery, Wedding Stationery Card, T1

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TITUSVJIAE.ONTHKIXDIANRIVER.. In Its requirements positive In Its enforcement \
.. UENUUltSONVlLLIS N. C. I
THE CARE OF ROADS and going Into operation .

CI.A.Jq'::: : RIVER tw "" years from this date In order to i
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permit every wagon user to have ample
HIGH PARK i
IMPORTANCE OF SELECTING A GOOD PLACE
HENDERSOMVILLE, N. (J.
: time to adapt his wagon tires to tho
TITUSVILLE. HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER. newjlaw in the Interest of road main- (
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tenance." OldJStone Mansion in a part' of fifteen acres !

He Should Devote His Entire Tim
FLORIDA.J. For Rooms and Terms address :
to the Work and Know All About Arid and Ink Spot

itoadballdinir-Wid. Tires Preserve .Nearly nil the acids remove spots of Nits FItEDElUKA S. CA TWEr.J"

At IlIah..., .. Ink from paper but It I Is Important to .._ .. .. .u "". __ ___. ._ j
G. BAST Proprietor. use 1I'ilU'h' as least attack Its tissue.
,! W. rierrcpont White, secretary of '
Spirits! of salts diluted In five timesor ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE. '
trr -, the Oneida county (N. Y.) League For
sis times the quantity of water maybe !
a Good Roads in speaking' before the
| DUCK SHOOTING applied with success, upon the apotand'a
Utica chamber of commerce recently tter a minute or two washed off

i t 1 t rn and FISHING about roadbulldlng said: with clear wntor. A solution of oxalic

"In roadbulldiug the main object la acid citric acid or tartaric acid Is attended .

Rates: $2.60 per day. to get the greatest length of the best with the least risk and may be. j jj jI'j

-4V road for the least money. The best applied upon the paper or plates without '
fear of damage These acids, taking
road will have the location which will
and $12 week,
$10 1 1I.
per \
out Writing Ink and not touching the
give the best drainage and the easiest 1j
printing/, can be used for restoring j
grades and will serve the most traffic. .
books where the margins have been
JACKSONVILLE.IDYAL : : The best road will have the design and written upon without attacking the I. ;

construction which will give a perfectly text f
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drained Led of dry earth supporting

a smooth and water tight surface. This II. Blundered."How f'
I HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA.
will enable It to shed water with least long" asked the youth. "ought
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delay, to endure frost with least a young tunu to be acquainted with a .

change, to carry truffle with least wear girl Miss I Klyppe. before be may venture I

Opposite postofflce. to carry heaviest loads with least effort to call tier by her first name?" 7 .1- ,
Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- ..rrt
to carry light loads speedily and "How long bave you known me?" she i/ : 4

novated. Newly furnlehedthroughout. Liberally conducted. .. with least jolt. The best locution and 'asked In tutu. y 4YQf4iYAY4f.PrrDirII"'fl WT/m E''
design of a road can only be made aftera "About six months." I

Rates $2.30; per day and up. thorough survey and careful location "Well If be's the right young! man

by a civil engineer who has bad experience that's a long enough/ time."

B. W..SPERRY Proprietor. in designing and building roads. Then. Susie": !

"The man who has charge of the "But you're not tbe right young man. l

I roads. In a town la called the highway Mr.: Spoons more." Chicago/ Tribune lI

: fESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE commissioner. What kind of a man I

; FLA. should we have as highway commissioner A O.nla.. ,) I

? We want a man who is free to "There goes a gnat genlusl" exclaimed 'I

American; plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- glre his entire time to the cure of the the liforgla citizen as a tall figure/ I -- ,

ed this and roods from one end of the yenr to the touched' by."Novelist /All kinds of Commercial tationer11'1'11IIell\t the above office. I
season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot Cold Water other. Each town has upward of sixty ; ?" / ,',

Baths Elevator etc. five minutes from any wharf or depot. All miles of highway to be taken care of. "No. but he reads all the novels the LKTTEWIEAtW, NOTEI1EADS, ENVELOPES\ \ WLLUEADS, HHIPPINO

The New York; Outral railroad In the other,fellow write. TAOS, CAItDS, etc., etc.! printed cheaply l and expodltlonsty.

street cars pass the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.50 per day. care of its four tracks between Albanyand "You call that l'nll1.r" . .
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,; Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. Utica, a distance of ninety-ftve Well If It ain't exactly genius It's .
y miles, has a civil engineer and35.sectlon; the patience or It"-Atlanta Constitution. \
) | Official l >I,11IIO\lle of The Illinois Fishermen's Association
bosses in charge of 280 to 300 men in a

Corner the summer and ITS to 210 men In the : {
EW VICTORIA HOTEL JACKSONVILLEsFLA. winter, all constantly at work keepingthe j Density und Rarity of Air. The Chicago Net and Twine Co.

roadbed free from water and the It a well could! be dug to tbe depth of j
[nDlIfl of- -
Free ditches open. The proposition which n forty-nit: miles the density of tbe airat tllrers ,
Everything new. Bus. Centrally located Rates $2.00 and $2.50 per oo
: highway commissioner! must meet In tin bottom( would! be as great as that i
day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1.00 each person. : the care of the roads of his town Is (OJ:. of qul'kllll\'l'r My the same law a cubic F

R. BIXLER Proprietor. actly the some proposition that a ran- Ir.rh or air taken 4.000 miles above tbe !

road has to meet In the care of Its road. eurtb'i surface would expand sufficiently jq: O

.... .. till .OUO.UOO.OOOi I
SI AUREEZL.he bed. _' *> .n1'he < ** to a sphere E '
highway commissioner must i tulles In diameter. r'.. c.= I

be a man who cnn start In the spring '''.' 't :I" e:: 'j'j'd 'ji

Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE. of the year with a plow opening the lie Knjor It. I IbI i
ditches on each side of the road. This Borem-You can't Und a man anywhere i iI.

inI town of sixty miles of highways who enjoys a joke better than I ..:, :I 1
FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Def crlptlon.
} UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col.'C. C. POST. gives him a furrow 120 miles long to do. a
r, be opened at the melting the snow HKTUins-fJucBs that's right. I've :Deplore In Seine Twine, MaltroCord:: Rope Ktc.Originators rn J
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze the most popular summer resort of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.7o81.81 .
In order to take the water away from beard you tell the same old Joke twenty i
In Florida will be under the of Col. C. Post tbe ; E. Indiana 111.
management C. during the surface of the road. This work times anti you laughed every Urns ) !U. Chicago( I
summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra from New York ...Mention The ADVOOATK: !In your letter...
must be followed as soon as the earth you told It.-Chicago News. .

will play daily,.afternoon and evening. -- .. \Vf Arto Members of the Illinois Fishermen's AsHoclhtlon. ;1

Guests can feel assured of a satlstactory table, and every attention to their Wntch for n (J hill. -- -- ---- 1J

comfort. Rates,$:J to |2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for spepl&l l However slight at this time of year nod ---- .. .. ..- .....: .. .. _-_- J I

rates for families for the season. Address, C. C.TOST!', Seabreeze Fla. in this climate, it Is the forerunner of nmlarla. ,
.. A disposition to yawn and nn all IF YOU WANT A...
tired oar feeling even cornell before the' J
GOODALL-OLD SEABREEZE. chill. Ileiblne by its prompt stimula I
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tive action on the liver, drives the malarial ,
out of the system, purifies the I
germs:
blond, tones up the system and restores : .Building Lot j
he Sea Side Ion SEABREEZE, health, //jOt). nt 13. It Wilson A !Hon's. .. ,

(DAYTONA) rr...
Rhode Ulnmr. toad Mrlht.tl..,, ;;,' '
: { or a lot with a I1UII.DtXU HEAVY FOIL OCCUPANCY
Opposite Keatlng's :New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern Rhode Mime! IIIIH wliuwn a tendencyto

hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach lu Florida Is now open for rcpu'llme tin HUM: hod* adopted, byruo..t LAND FOR AN OHANOK; UKOVE, ;

tbe Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining of the iMHlcm and middle, states '
PINEAPl'LK PLANTATION or 1.lItlC!' OARDEN: ,
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Room overlooking ocean Fine cuisine and service. Terms $7 to $10 per In rrapift) to tin iii-ojMrntloi. ) of state '

week. JAS II. JOHNSON & SONS. counties und towns Tluit state, according Ye prubiibly have fur sale just what you are peeking.bottler j
to the "10'11 of the logluhitom./
hater House: GRAND ATLANTIC Daytona Florida. should! lId Iliniiu'liilly the counties are Hocking In but still! there l I" room. If you are f
POOR WORK: AHD A POOR SUBJ' C1II. not
mid (own* further thus merely die.senrinetlog this flue to ,:
Is dry enough to handle by his team looking waydrop a
WEST PALM IIEACII. and the road scraper. 'The road should Information and showingthe J
good results! olitatm-d from fine i vi-.iv-i.ieiit. y
JAS. E. INCRAHAM aril
be made wide enough for two teamsto .
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niVompllsheil
roads. Thlx latter work In'
easily and crowned to a sufficient
puss
height to throw the water easily by I building; mimplf highways of halfn LOH1DA EAST COAWT R'Y j
'he WEST .' ACU, mile In <*x fiit In each. town and coun
Leamington to the ditches. Too high a crown produces ,:
FLORIDA.W. ruts when the road Is used. Too I ty. It wiin'rwinoiied that ths< practbcal ST. AUOUHTINR. FLA.

low a crown holds the water in the I object 'lessons"' would arouse loon I .. . .. .. .---0
C. ERNST, Maoaget.On renter 'of the roud. The most satisfactory -I pride Htitllclfiitly to make their extension ,

Lake Worth business crown calls for a rise of six: all actuality. So far tills system CI3.4 3. IBZLj"Cr3iv4C:: cSc O O f
opposite Postofflce and houses. Large verandas. ban Jiw 11 tied the state authorities In ?
Inches In the center of an eighteen foot S
their prediction" ... Nearly GOO miles of BIT ... w. .... ..., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.FULL .
Strictly: first-class. Summer Rates $2 per day. Special by the week.: road. This will throw the water fast
6d and ctonp rnmlH have Iwcn
B > grant .1
.- -. ... "" .- -- .... enough to keep the road from getting built reprexentlnir. moat one-fifth of
soft and does not expose the rond to ;
NEW YORK: I rutting. I th<> .total ruad uiIU-UKv" of the whole 4 I

"The sluice In each town should be tut*. Few. \

I numbered and a record kept of thorn Cured Paralysis. I j

ew York Furnished Rooms. and the dates when repairs are uioi\\e W. 8. Bally P. O. True, Texan, writes: \IfXPRfSS
on them.! Wooden sluices should be lone "Mwife bllfl been suffering five years'with '' "A LXDRESS

away with Irouslulcesor tile sluicesput paralysis In her arm, when I wait z % 1
Well 2bt New York. Southerners will PREPAID
furnished rooms at 10 Welt Street
PREPAID '
In their plnrt The continued renewal persuaded to use Uallard's Snow Llnl :
find this location very desirable for shopping, and Is in close proximity: to al of wooden sluices Is a constant expense meat, which cured her all rlglit. I have 20 j

places of amusement. Address: to the town whereas the Introduction also. used I It fur old! sore, front bites. andakigeruptions. ti j
It doc, the work," 25e.ftOo .
D. 19 W. New York. of tile or Iron sluices would ?
Mrs. street
REMUNGER 21st
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soon provide tbe town with permanent / and $1 l, bottles at Wilson A Son's.Darla W9 F .. r -.
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sluicing and very little expense wouldbe
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of Wi.... GQDoz.
HE 45<'.h Street, bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue, Incurred from year to year In their Wives are still obtained by purchaseIn .
HAMILTON maintenance. The highway commissioner
of Russian Europe. In the
NEW part
YORK.A
must see to it that the loose I
district of Knmysenln. on the Voljrri, .
stones are removed from the highwaysat ,
and this Is practically the only C
Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central Desirably for example w$450s
least once In thirty day.. and a pru- i l DfLlVfRfD S
which! are brought |
In marriages fOri,
way i
I..ocated.Vltl1 every Comfort and Convenience. dent man does It oftener. tSo
about! The price of a pretty !girl from
"The highway commissioner shouldbe '
Furnished and Unfurnished. 'a well to do family ranges/, from (10 $12
an active energetic man. capable of '
T. CULLEN ROBERTS. to J:20: und In special case a much,
engaging! and discharging men In bl.emlloy. .
higher mini In. obtained. In the village
of handling tennis lathe
capijble the lowest price H about E5. It U customary Agetita, for the l- h/llt lirewliiir Co.on'tTake .
of the road machines capable \ '

[otel ] : of building use a ditch so that be won't for the fathers of tbe Intending .. _y
larlbofough bride and! bridegroom: to haggle! for along ,
try to ran water up bill capable of 'I
time over the price to be paid for
figuring on masonry for culverts, capable
of handling any small contract the lady.! A young farmer whose father 1) PSRbowels temporarily

Broadway ;*3th and 37th Streets fEW> YORIC.4m and able to lay out bin work from year cannot afford to pot for a wife for t ; constipation. the
biro Decal not think of getting married.
Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted to year no that the roads can be constantly London Chronicle. but regular action cannot be secured .tntil the liver
improved through tbe operating secretes enough bile t> make the lnttmes .
: on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal of a systematic plan of develop U'aeliteryCuredVltlwutthe.1t1 execute their 'natural f functions. tfSsf Unnatural

ment. When you have a good highway of a Doctor. agitation caused! cathartics. jH e
supervision of the owner. '
commissioner pever let him oat of continual and increasing(; doses to '
E. S. CROWELL, )(aDBjter. "1 am JUlie up from a hard spell of tbe attain the results
office. n :
lux" (flynentcry) says Mr. T. A. Pinner
.. .- -_. -- "" "It Is wore than useless to create a well !known merchant of Drummon!. compel'l i I
expensive and valuable highway to Tenn. "I used one small bottle of

Broadway and 41st Street, have them only cut co, pieces by tbe Chamb rlaln's Colic Cholera and I>lar- I on the ;I
ctrl Yendome use of narrow tires as* now used for rhoea Remedy and was cured without. \ r liver cures Chills
t
NEW YO3K: CITY. tbe hauling of heavy loads la this cholera laving a medicine doctor In consider the world.It "the There best EJ"e and Fever, and every form of I
state. Wen have got a good
you 4Malarial Clllof and Inter-
is no need cf employing a doctor when ', Remitting
FIREPROOF. ;300 J rooms, single and en suite with private baths and toilet thing It costs yoa money and yon this remedy Is used, for no doctor can Fevers and by cclne ta the seat of the
take of It and
mast care ebange your
better medicine for bo..1complaint
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good room. 'l.I Oi;,large room 12; and with methods to belp maintain it. Wide prescribe a In any form either for children trouble works permanent cure.

private bath $2.50: ;'er day and npnatds. Tbe manage mint I.nnderILaper tires are of tbe greatest value la preserving or adult It never falls and I* pleasant Firry CENTS pt'n DOTTXB.II. .
ordinary dirt roads. A state to take. For sale by .all drupglsta and

aonal supervision of the owner. FRANK: GRUE N", Manager: .wide fir. law should be pas ed..llmple medicine dealer it. WILSON &






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t t. ..f"j'. ;1 CM a3 WI IMPORTANT TO ALL FLORIDA Robbins & Graham Co. I EZ.. ,:RRnPs.: :: -DEALERS D Y IN-d<:, ::RRp,

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I' .n'WELER&:; AND SILVEKSMITHS, I HON. JEFFERSON B. BROWNE DEFINES HIS POSITIONIN (Incorporated.) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD,PRODUCTS
PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000,00.
I j'' 41 West Bay Street, :' We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAFES FERTILISER
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,';' JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. RACE FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER..'. This company ownsZiAN'I7 We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all "OMll
Write' for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your
us station
l Largest stock in this section of country. The Interact of the Producers and Shippers In Jeopardy-A Stirring Appeal J S, ers *E. L. BRADY &:; BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA.
Established In 1868.
ll !i Lt't Send' for descriptive catalogue. to the Democracy of Florida to Do Its Full Duty on August,jlZth. In the Indian River Country; On the St. -=

it 4 Lucie River\ ;' at New River and on Bay W. CARROLL

: THE ANHEUSER BUSCHttt TO THE DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE OF FLORIDA: Biscayne. Prices to suit the times.: ,

.. Dealer In-
I Mr. H. E. Day, after delaying nearly a week before li ttlng me know Send for Land List. .

Brewing Asso's.Famous what ha would do, bas decided to make the race for Railroad Commissioner Offices at TItusville and Miami, Fla. : GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
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over again, notwithstanding toe fact that I led him In the recent primary. ,
,, Crockery Gloss and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicited
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OKO. M. ROB BINS, F. A. MORGAN,
St.Louis Keg and HotU TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
During my canvass of the State before the primary of July 16th. I President. Actuary.
; I "d Boer
l A proclaimed my position on the questions which affected the -- -- =
I people In their Brevard Abstract Title Co :
Dull by ;\1..11,.. /*.A.Lonley and dealings with the transportation companies, but, as I was unable to go all of INDIAN 'RIVER 'ICE -CTORY-

R. L. )Motlow Tltturllle.FU. over the State, and the time Is too short now to make a personal canvass WILL FUILYISIIAbstracts .

By Mr. R.L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. before the second primary, I take this method of reiterating. and reaffirmingmy of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.

; ZAPF position. -FOK LANDBINBrevard Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentlo
YJ JOSEPH
l hl First. I advocate a 3-cent a mile passenger rate on railroads In the County.Office paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto
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{ 1 State of
Florida.
T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.Whaler's .
Sole Agent. Second. I am Apposed to discriminations In favor of certain persons under Law Office of ,

and localities by the railroads, which has been ,their practice In the past, GEO. H. BOBBINS -
r I 610 to UU West Bay Street, and which bas not been prevented by the Railroad Commission under tho Tmrsvii.i.B!, FLA.

it J JACKSONVILLE, FLA. chairmanship of Mr Day, and, If elected I will use all my power to remedy Store.

.. this eviL Jewelry
Third.' While I believe In treating the railroads Justly. I also believe East Coast Meat Market i

East End Cafe : that it l la the duty of the Railroad Commission to require them to
treat the people justly, and If elected, I will work to that end. O. F. DUREN, Agent. G. L. 31ANDAVILLE, Prop. Successor to II. T. WHALER. l

WXL J. HOBAN, Prop'r. Fourth. The Railroad Commission has ample power to give the pea ire "-'h Clocks Silverware
Etc
7 Watches
ple the relief they need, and to enforce their decrees promptly when made; c= 0t1y Jewelry, ,
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I Wines, Liquors and Cigars. and If elected I pledge myself to use all the power of the law to accomplish co.a.-: -cam.o : ..
these ends s"t SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watchesand
l'IUA.U8ER.Dt1SCB' BEER,A SPECIALTY. :: 1y,,
I Fifth. The producers of the State of Florida the farmers, fruit and sgt Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 raontha.Q .
Out (If town orders given prompt atten vegetable growers, merchants the turpentine and phosphate people and =I
: 37' 'Mall Orders will receive prompt and careful attention
tion. Jug trade a specialty. the mill and timber men are the bone and sinew of our State's prosperity. = r
Their interests should be the first TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
consideration of the Railroad Commission, prc
P FUR IS11ED ROO.MH --T
I' and I will, if elected, use every effort to safeguard and protect'them. -- -

tf, I'' Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, At the primary of July 15th there were so many candidates for the a ..-
I office of Railroad Commissioner that the issues were clouded and-obscured,
i, ; Ii; Jacksonville Florida.Mason's i' p Attention !
''I r to some extent. Special
; II' TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
'' In the contest now on between Mr. Day and' myself they are
::1 ti, Fruit Jars. plain and c1ear- ut. Mr. Day;: stands for the railroads. He was agent of
I the F. P. and O. Railroad at Gainesville when appointed on the Commission, GIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-

: PINTS, 60_cents per dozen. 1 was appointed as their special representative, and is their candidate now. 9 1 + tr, Hardware Tinware Crockery Glassware
Mr. Day lu his platform says; I base my claim to' he suffrages of the ,
p QUARTS, OSct'per dozen. : people upon my past record."
Harness and Stoves.
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Are ;you satisfied with Mr. Day's record as a Railroad. Commission.
,se lg GAL. 00 cts. per dozen. erT '
L TOur Stock Is Cpmplete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
f( A Has his policy been beneficial to your community x .
i f NDV.3pl G. T BUNTING, Has it helped the farmers In
t your section to the extent which It
185$ Furniture.St. might :....1 Jas. Pritchard <& Son.

.' Augustine, Florida. If so, then vote for Mr, Day and continue, his poHcy la force 1C

not, then you should elect some one who would work to change that policy Postoffice Box 212,

and Inaugurate one which would give the people the relief they want. Florida.Pineapples.
Titusville: .
Mr. Day has made his record on the Commission, and the people .

know what It Is. In his platform which he has Just announced he seeksto '- .

change that record and take an entirely different stand. The people '-
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would not select a Republican to enforce Democratic principles' even If ?

Be were to pretend to adopt the Democratic platform. Neither will they If Your House Goes up in Smokeand

elect a railroad man to carry out the policy of the people. although he now
attempts to assume that attitude., His platform viewed in the light of his you loose everything .

record seems to have been made to get in on and not to stand upon. 119 It Is your own fault. .

d 1 1 6 has had nearly six years to carry out the policy which he now claims to HTMxro: X -ttrLLZloo.: : :
advocate, and has absolutely failed tp do so. sufficient to cover tho value of the prop We solicit consignments of all kinds of Fruits:Vegetables and

The record which he made while on the Commission was for the railroads erty and household vlTvcts should be car- Produce. shipments receive our personal( attention. Returns -
lied. Rates not high. The .
are companies
and against the people, and they will not be deceived by promises represent are solvent, reliable and lib made day of sale. Stencil or rubber stamp on application.
made just before a second primary, and after his "past record" had bean ural. Claims are promptly adjusted.
rebuked at the polls In the first primary by the overwhelming election oC Don't neglect to take out policy..
Mr. Burr. SOHUYLER & :3KANNINO, SOOeIE:.: d. (:, :a-o-GeES.: :

The policy of Mr. Day on the Commission has been to discourage the ,
TITUSV1LLE FLORIDA.
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TDVIUNO T1IE-E HOT DAYS I 21 ROANOKE DOCK NORFOLK, VIRGINIA' ,
Investment of capital in railroad enterprises In this State, by discrimination Correspondence Invited.
I open up one of my bottles of !
against new roads In favor of the old established ones The schedules
OLD WINE OU WHISKEY of freight tariffs allowed for the Plant I
I System, the Seaboard Air Line ILSTABLISIIED; 1870.
T and drink to the.health nod prosperity of and the Florida East Coast Railroads are higher than* those \Ii/ 111i
I a
friends
and self
allowed the South Georgia and Went Coast the
Valdos'a
y Unexcelled These goods for are ilcbnuas pure nud, strength wholetome.and! Southern, the Suwannee and San Pedro, and the Georgia M. Lane & Son

} flavor. Florida and Alabama, as will will be seen by comparison of the ,
t RODT. L. M6TI.OW, schedules published In the Fourth Annual Report of the Railroad Commie-

TITUSVILLE: and COCOA: FLA. lion beginning on page 193, and in the Fifth Annual Report beginning on HJ \ 230; WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

i 1 page 48. Instead of lowering the freight rates his "past record" was to SEWING. ACNINFa.

III L. A. Hildrcth allow the great trunk lines to charge from 25 to 100 per cent more than the Southern Fruit and ProW
r smaller roads which have Just been built. Such a policy Is In the Inter -_ 4 .

I) L' Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Brands est of the great trunk lines, and tends to discourage the Investment of.: cap \
ital In our State In railroad building and development
of
i ...of... State Into which these trunk lines do not extend, and to sections retard railroad of the Commission:: :: : : Mercharz.ts.:: :

Y Rum Brandies Whiskeys Gins building by any other companies. ,
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FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
Mr. Day's record"
I "past and his present platform are utterly at variance. .
Wloes Bottled Ales Beer and Stout.
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My position !lj.consjstentljr! : the same .that I have !maintained! l since I'
i, The beet whiskey and liquors served by I first entered public life' My record In the Senate In 1891, when I was We are agents for the above Sewing Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

I polite and courteous attention. President of that body, and again In 1893.. Is well known, and my --==
A first class line of foreign voice and vote were always on the side of the people, I have always been Machine, and keep a full line of the different

and domestic cigars in favor of a strong Railroad Commission, and assisted In drafting the bill styles on band. F. R-uhlnaan <& Co.

*M' I YAMILYandBOTELTRADESolidtedPrompt : which was Introduced In the Senate in 1893. and advocated Its passage. JOHN R. WALKER,A CO.

i Io response to Mr. Day's statement published with his announcement TltuHvllle, Florida.
and careful attention givento of his candidacy before the second primary: that he was offered the FLORIDAPI

,mall orders, accompanied by cash. position of Secretary to the Railroad Commission at $2,500 per annum, at

,"f I J.. A. IIILPRimi, an Inducement not to run, and that he had spurned the offer, I will say that : :
i no such offer was ever made to Mr. Day by EA.PPLES:
me
I 'KORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.UNIVERSITY or by any one for me, but
that I was approached by friends of Mr. Day, who stated that they were act.

s -- .- M+ N.tT et'SION -- ing for him, with such a proposition, and in the Interest of harmony In the A SPECIALTY.

: i COLLEGE Democratic party' to prevent the necessity and expense of a second primary
and ass courtesy to a defeatad competitor" the office. I stated that '
II't' :New York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Ass ciaUon.
MEDICINE, I would consent to his employment as Clerk to the Commission, with the un.

J derstandlng that he was to be retained so long, and only so long as his OIJHancock's
Lecture IUIU for Theory, 261 Washington St )t NEW YORK
i I .. services proved satisfactory to the Commission, and
; l. bor orl /' Proof Mr. Day withheld an. \03) Murray Street. J f N. Y.
H..plt.I jrr Pr.ctlcs. nouncement of his second candidacy until he had, on July SOth. telegraphed
.:: On* hundred p... kataloaua Free. to a mutual friend In Jacksonville to know if an agreement for his employ. -

. .1' i i ment as Secretary could be obtained in writing to which he received Is Indorsed
a Liquid Sulphur
reply -
that it could not be Or.r7t'J: : seO'SEJe::
'; Notice of Application to Sell obtained. and prescribed by many leading physic. : : :! :: ,
J'
" !, Liquors( Wine- and Deer. I had no intimation of this until I received a telegram from Mr. lane throughout the State, for all blood

; --- Day in reply to one which I had sent him. asking him to let me know and skin trouble. Hundreds of cases of
whether or not he would be a candidate, In which he Produce Commission Merchants.
asked me te "In
.SOTICH H HBRTRV' OIVKV THAT Eczema and other skin diseases have
\ 1uilr.1O. LxmLitv: hM. filed with the Hoard of dulge" him until he had received a reply to the telegram which be had
County CoramlMloner Of Hre.arit Uounty, lent to a. mutual friend and It was after the been permanently cured, after many
; of
: In the Matte of Florida.. ul. application, for a receipt the latter refusing the of Hancock's
1 0..11 liquors| ,wine and bear In Kleotlon to enter into such a contract that he announced his candidacy.As years standing, by use
," Iwnult N.t, \ of said. county and .t'tel that a gentleman I could not have mentioned Liquid Sulphur. For sale by. Florida Pines O.ur Specialty
,iioli'aimlloktlou will, liD acted on by the. l lllonrtl this as Mr. Day had ,
'i \ ... of Oonnty 'ommU..lmion! at tlii>lr naxtmiTMlur requested that the matter should be treated as confidential between B. R. WILSON & SON, DRUGGISTS.
+ niwttntr, wliloh wilt ha held. on the tint gen
: TiiemUy In |>(einiwr' A. I>. I1KJ, at three tlemen. Mr\ Day now seems to think that there is some political capital TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
o'clock' In.the afternoon" of said. l l day. and the to be made of It. and violates the) bond of confidence and rewards 335 Washington Street,
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iil lloarilhareby call upon' any oltliao of such my
I Julaotion: Dlfttrlot wb> may ilaalra. to do.11. to generosity by seeking to use It against me I am willing to leave the matter
how cause, If any there he, at the .raid. next to the better Impulses, fair-mindedness and manhood of the NEW YORK.
roifiilar meeting of sold, Hoard, why such permit people of the Hodgson Bros.EAU .
lmll not bo yranl"il to the applicant.liynnlArof State of Florida.I References: Our 33 years record. Chatham National Bank, New york.

a or Mrararil the I County II.ntrdofCunmyCumntle.lnnen FturlUit, thin"., the fifth- wish to impress upon the people the Importance of the primary of QALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. =-
r day. of AugiKt, A; I>.I\IJ\, August 12th. While1 there are not so many candidates to be voted for

I ,' Clit'rmui' Jnnx of R B WtLKKii lard. of County Com the issues Involved are as great, and the Interests of the people are Marine Railway
ft.*.] tmlMionftti, Hrvrard County, Fla. much at stake as they were In the election of July 15th. If. through Indlf-as General Merchants. : and I Ship Chandlers. Seeds For Summer Crops.

i : Terence, :you do not vote on the 12th of August, the policy which you eo .Special Facilities..

1 1 I.f Clyde Steamship Line. dorsed In the July primary stands In danger of being nullified. Poe Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing
August 1, 1903.: JEFFERSON .
B. '
, i( Tickets\ and reservations via the Clyde BROWNE. Yachts",tnd Launches. Millets Sorghums, Soja j Beans, Velvet Beans,,Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte. GjJ'
. Steamship Line can be secured of Cha'*. Beggarweedclean.
, j II. Walton, at the .VnvocATB: office, Tl- HENRY E, DAY ENTERS THE SECOND PRIMARY. Mention the "ovoo.1'Jwbeu writing

" ,+t tueville.IIAXCOCK'S. Continued From Fourth I* ir*. 1Lan,1 CO5.AI :PEAS: :
l I the Railroad Commission, enlarge Us field of action and multiply Its opportunities For (Sale.
i I WUIpp, Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown Lndyflngers. .1..
Stn.PHUKoures usefulness.
LIQUID
for Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Pea 33o; qt. Postpaid
per
I Prickly Heat in one application, at I). I believe that with practical men. rather than professional politicians, 17,1!*' acres first-claae pineapple land, peck; 425 bushel. ,
1 1A* l ,M+ U. \Vllsou & Son's drug store. u members, this Commission may !be of incalculable benefit to the peopleof desirable front, on St. Ladle river, at a Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.
Florida: and upon that belief Is baaed the candidacy of bargain. For reasonable terms write,
:r Reading notice adv on this page Tallahaase, Fla., July 31. 1901 HENRY E. DAY. W. W. Lrac, L. CAMERON. The Seed Store.
are live cent. per line per week. Tibbals, Fla 125. East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

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