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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 15, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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OL. 34. NO. 95. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST 15. 1OO3. PRICE 5o.
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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS Sanford Is Dyeing: PKINTEU ANTl n. CAPTURE OF A MURDERER VIRTUES OF THE PINEAPPLE AMONG 'THE HOTELS.

-Look for W W. Luce's ad. page; 8. -

' id Topics of General Interest. -Mrs. L. A. Brady expects to leave Wanted, for about two months a A negro, named Richard Sykns, had The partaking of a slice of pineapple Where to stop In Tltunvlller See Ti
for Boston add the White Mountains In printer, to work In this office. Write to trouble with his wife! some months Ago' ,after a meal Is quite In accordance with tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page.
ADVOCATK, and attempted to shoot her, when her physiological indications, since, though
THE ADVOCATE, a week or so. Titusvllle, Fla. son, by her first husband[ took the !gun it may not be generally known fresh Where to stop along the East Coast.

$1.80 per annum In advance... RIIODES SELLS THE "MOTHER'S away from him. Sykes:! was arrested and pineapple juice contains a remarkable See list of hotels on page 7.

Cl.OO '.' six months, Friend" Boys' Shirt Waist 40 cents sent to the chain, gang for a term. On active digestive/ principle similar to pep The AnvocATK Is now on file at all
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Laundried. Judge\ : A.D. Penney' left for Jacksonville his release, a few days since ho went sin. This principal has been termed the host hotels In New York city.

9 When you subscribe for the ADVO- yesterday. straight to his old home at Lake Helen, brnmoliu," and so powerful Is Its notion

I kTB by the year It does not cost you items arr that We do cannot reach guarantee this office to publish before Major F. M. Taylor paid a visit to and netting a gun, shot the stepson John upon firotolds that It will digest an much Visitors to Havana, Cuba, will find q
[ree cents per week, postage included. >> not Cocoa the first of the week, Davis,on sight. He shot him with buckshot as one thousand times Its weight withina the AI>VOOATK on file every week at the
printed noon on Thursdays at short range. Jones lived aboutan few hours. Its digest I ve not!vlty varies American Club.

Note date of expiration week. uponur This -Mr. Joe Mendel, of LaGrange expects FINE STATIONERY JVSiV; RECEIVed hour. :Sykes took to the woods," going In accordance with the kind of proteid to Mr. O. II. Voss of Enterprise hits
paper or wrapper every week at Wilson & Son's Titusville.Mr. toward Titusvllle. Sheriff Turner followed wltluhItissubjeotet! Florin disappears
Ja for No need toloave for New York next been In Titusvllle a day or so this week.
receipt your money.
1 ir us to send receipt -for subscription on a visit to his sister. E. J. Traynor, of White City him with dogs until the trail was entirely after a time. With the coagulated He will assist Mr. J. n, had In the management

Hie date gives It to you. PURE 8ODAWATER. Try our "Pine- has been spending a day or so in town. lost, and then wired description of the i albumen of eggs: the dlgostl ve process' : of the Indian River hotel, TI-
fugitive Sheriff/ Brown atTltusville to Is slow, while with the albumen of moat
|TiiE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is onjle apple," made from fresh fruit 15. R. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO head him oft Its action seems first to produce a pulpy tusvllle, the coining winter

I at the following news-stands at five Wilson & Son, Titusville. Dr. Dodson near the Court-house. On Friday night It was rumored that gelatinous mass, which, however .Cl Ir1- Tho Seaside Inn Goodnll, under the

|nts per copy : =The capture of an 8t{ foot shark, -Mr. C. F. Olmstead, of Fort Pierce the murderer had been seen noar Titusvllle 'htotoly dissolves after a short time. management of Messrs. Jan. II. Johnson
Titusville-B. R. Wilson & Son. off the pier at Seabreezo, caused considerable was in town from Sltllrdl111until; Monday ,. going smith, and next day Sheriffs. When a .slice of fresh pineapple In plt.'o.1upon .4 Sons\ has been well patronized of Into
}Jackson villa-Duval hotel. excitement last Sunday: afternoon.Mr. when he left for Sanford. J. P. Brown and J. R. Turner were on a raw beets'eak the surface of the much to the delight of the malingers,
News stand Union depot his track, capturing him near Pineda steak becomes gradual I gelatine! owing who have had some little difficulty\ In l
John F. Addis| representing the CLYDE and Mallory Round Trip Ticket about ..:::111 In the afternoon. He was to the dlgetttlve aotlon of this! enzymeof knowing whore to place all the arrivals.. }
I, centsr John 15. Stetson University was among for sale, meals and berth Included then taken charge of by .HuoilfT Turner, the julcu. u.w..verIr Johnson generally manages
notice ads are ten
Reading the pleasant callers at this office yeeterclayv Cheap. ADVOCATK office, Titusvllle. who escorted him to DeLaml. the county Of course It U well to know that digestive \ Do stow them away somewhere. '
this
| line on pnge. *
-Mr. W. H. McFarland has caughtmore : town of Volimla whore he\ will be Incarcerated agents exist also In other fruits, but Tho Clarendon Inn, Snabroece, has
\-Capt. R. A. Hardoe, of Sebastian RHODES SELLS A LADY'S SHOE trout from the Indian River hotel In. the county jail, pending his when It Is considered that an average- Leon l loasml from the ownor, Mrs Hadfl -

II in town a day or so this week. All Leather Soles and Counters, KidUppers wharf, this ""eek. than any other guettt trial at the next term or Circuit Court. sized pineapple' will yield nearly two ,ld, for live years to Dr. K. L. Potter,

Mr. E. L. Brady came up from Mini at $1.7faotory:\; made new ,,10 the hotel. pints <>f juice It will be seen that the digestive uf Columbus, O., who will take possession

on Tuesday and returned yesterday. cup toes. I -Mr. W. E. Youngs, of Miami, who FIVE DOLLARS GIVEN AWAY enormous.action Theaotlvity'.ftitle of the whole fruit. peculiar moat ho about January of next year The

.ir Filter tubes are now for sale at -Mr. and Mrs. Rnbt. !McPhernon and has been on a, two months' outing in digestive agent ,Is destroyed In the cooked )Doctor lit a whole-souled, genial young

|is office price 25ots:) ; postage extra. Mr.! and Mrs Geo. McPherson and two 'Louisville, Ky.. and other places arrlv i For the past two weeks B. R. Wilson pineapple, but unless the pineapple Is lie Fellow Is nnd at we'Nal'fl1gRlllletl'ler' wish him \every It.success.I.
children, of Stuart havo been enjoying a ed In Titusvllle, last Friday, and left I now ,
2-PIECE FLANNEL & Won have had an ad., In the ADVOCATK preserved by heat them Is no reuxon
FEW MORE Rhodes', rest at the Chueddon Inn, Seabreeze for Miami on Sunday. offering *:"i.OO\ for the best name for a why the tinned fruit should not retain The pleasing announcement Is made

Suits for $3.00.; at during the past week or so. -There will be a regular meeting of drink that they prepare the principal the digestive! power Th* active digestive that the Tampa Bay Hotel will next win

Attorney Geo. A. Worley, of Miami -The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady of friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of Ingredients of which are palmetto, phosphate principal may bo obtained from the ter bo conducted by Mr.A. E. Dick who s 1
",a a passenger on Saturday's train, on of this place who have been among the Eastern Star Tuesday evening next and pepsin juice I by dissolving. a large quantity of tins been In charge for the past three Sew

,i way to New York. most popular young ladles at the Clar at 7:30: p. m. sharp. A full attendanceIs Names were submitted from as far as common salt Inr"\ when a precipitates sons, and who has managed alTnlrs of

-Mr."W. R. Ilardoc of Jensen, who endon Inn, Seabreeze, during the past requested Louisiana and Massachusetts. In all obtained possessing. tlio remarkable this hotel In a very satisfactory manner. y
123: and this week digestive just described. Mr. Dick Is. at present conducting the
fortnight or so inS three weeks return home to morrow. names were suggested, powers
ad been ,
u spending a -From what we can learn, the kerosene they have been busy classifying and Unlike pepsin the digestive principle Long Beach hotel at Long Beach I.. I.,
ijlt.Augustine,, returned home Monday. i"r'When answering advertisementsIn oil fuel test on the .... E C. Rail selecting the names. Of all this number, of the pineapple will operate In an add, nnd has recently become tIle lessee and

NCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR euros these columns you would confer a way Co.'s engine No. 42, has proved no name suited them so well us a combination neutral or even alkaline medium according proprietor of the Hotel Grenoble .In New
all blond and sklndlseasen. For sale by favor by stylng you saw the advt. In the such a succes that ail the engines on of part, of two names Mr. L. to the kind of protold. to which York oltf I

.R.Wilson & Son, TitusvlUo Fla.Mr. EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing the above road will be changed to oil W. lUtle, of Titusvllle, sent In "Palmo," It Is presented. It may therefore be At Watch Hill R. I., the Larkin house,
will receive better attention from
,, -! and Mrs. Mrs. F. M. Meyer and you the advertisers. burners. and Alice B. Harbin, of fort Pierce assumed that the principle enzyme would under the management of Mr. A. L.,
jr. Clarence Meyer are pleasant and Invitations are out for an Informal suggested: "Palphopepsln"; so by com not only aid the work of digestion! In the Marsh proprietor of Hotel Indian River, ;

pular guests at the Clarendon Inn, -Mrs. R. E. Lyle, of Seabreeze, who party, to be given at the residence of bining the first name with the last partof stomach, but would continue that action Kooklodgo, Fla. has begun the season
breeze. was recently struck by lightning, a report Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, at their the second they have "Palmo-Pepsln," In the Intestinal tract Plnonpple.lt may very auspiciously Thomas Dewey a
of which appeared In last week's residence In South Titusville next Wednesday which has been selected 1 as the name that be added, contains much Indigestible nephew of Admiral Tjewoy."' accompanied\
Mr. S. T Hughes, a well! known vegIble ADVOCATE! has fully recovered from the evening, in honor of Mrs. Rob- this. excellent drink which Is served at matter of the nature of woody Illier but' by his. mother and sinter, Is stopping nt
and fruit grower, of Oslo was a shock, and is again around as usual bin*' brother, Mr. Porson Pdddlson. the no.lii' fountain, will bo known by In It IH quite posHlhla that the decidedly\ dlgeMllve '- the Larkin house. One of the most pop. I
her At this office, yesterday. He was much to the delight of her many friends the f n tine. The prize, of tiO:1: ::> will, ; properties of the juice oompeu-v sitar places about this hotel this year ls Ir
lending County Court. -Mrs. Seabrook of Jacksonville wife therefore be equally divided between sate for this fact.-London Lancet,, the Indies' billiard and. ping I'"ng parlor.
-Editor E. V. Black of the East
man
of Purser Huabrook, of the City of Jack.
these
who had been two contestants. hits buen remodeled and furn-
Mabel
Miss Reynolds, Coast Homeseeker, Miami was among sonvlllr\ who has been spending! sometime I'hV ,I'vvm
Joying a ten days' visit to her friend the pleasant caller at this office on Sat- In Nova Scot", Halifax and NewFoundland CHURCH NOTICES, luiiud with pew tables unit comfortably? ,

QHS Irwinna Ganlden of DdLand, re- urday. While here he examined the Is now sojourning at the l THE PRIMARY ELECTION I (chairs 4

reed home on Monday. Walton Self-Locking Pu'.ley Block, and Hotel Tudor, Nahant Mass. where she *
The Clikfoniion: :
said It excellent which 'I erYhJIIII at the Methodist church at Inn and Breakers, .8eahritcz -
AKE YOUR BICrCLES], SEWING was au 'Invention, has many friends.Mr content
Jefferson U. DfAWbO In Ms 101'
Machines and Stoves to W. P. Giles' would bo universally needed. I Minis. next /Mlmility at 11 a. tn.j; and at *, now under the management; of
close to Indian River and Mrs. Joseph G. S.ixelby who, Railroad Joininlnslon.tr "with, Henry E. TILuavilleat'7hl5p.m\ Rev 1. M. I),.. Col. C. C. Post have been doing a flno
Repair Shop work -Mrs. J. E. Lanouotfe Port Tampa on Thursday, the 7th Inst., were man led Day, In Tuesday's: primary has practically ger, pastor. business of late; ami between card parties
hotel All guaranteed.Mr.
City, a tnrme'resident of Tltunvllle left In Key West by the Rev Gilbert Iflggs: swept the Mate, carrying every dancing, 1 fishing\ and bathing, the
I- W. F. Jlbb, station agent: at on Tuesday: for Boston and Worcester rector of Ht. Paul's Episcopal church county, with the exception of Holmes, Archdeacon It. V. Brown will hold Dl-) I guests: seem to be having good time.
Waytona, arrived in town Tuesday. and Ma s", where she will remain for an Indefinite passed through Titusvllle, Saturday last, franklin and Leon. vine service on Sunday neat ali Ht Ga The dance at the CaMino was well attended Q
turned home next day. Mr. Jlbb's period. While In Boston she on a honeymoon trip to Georgia. They The result la a great surprise to Mr. briel's church Titusvllle, at 11 o'clock( last Saturday' night but the ladles
any Titusvllle friends were pleased tofee will take vocal lessons at the Conservatory will make their home In Miami.A Day's fitonds throughout Florida, and a. m.- and 7Op.:( m. were In the maturity.' The orchestra a.

him. at t uslo. AI rll. Lanouette is ac even Mr. rowne'. friends did not look liev. Vanlfoulo will hold services In usual, rendered some excellent dance
letter received from Mr. Arthur B.
i companied by her son, Kenneth. for such complete triumph. Browne music which was much appreciated by
-Mr. E. R. Wharton, Instructor at the Brown, at Lake City, states that he had Kockledge chapef next Sunday at 11 a.
Lake GET WAr. I Invaded Day's own county (Alachus) and In the Titusvllle the merry dancers whottlppudthe"light
fjorlda Agricultural College. City ONE OK TON'S RAPID stopped At the above place on his way m. ; '11'0. Presbyterian
na a pleasant caller at this office on: Sat- Calking Tools If yon want to Calk to High Springs and while there met carried It by :i'iO majority. Browne'sown church at 7JO:! () m. The Titusvllle Hun- fantastic" until lll.'IOp.: m.

jHay. From Tituivllle he went to Palm your Boat with lightning rapidity. It several of TItusvllle's former citizens, county of (1X18 Uonroe) wan 4.carried by him day Srhool will!f.meet at :U ::311<> p. m Subject Hotel Tudor, Nahant Mass., says an
a vote to Day's
each and Miami. saves time and and for It- by J for the Titusvllle service) "Chas
money pays : among whom were Miss Miinnhaw Mr. Mr.1 Browne's In the State AUVOCATR correspondent, I* looked upon
majority>> "
J-Mr. 8. IHlburn, of the law firm of self In a few weeks. In use by prom i Chas .1). Case and Mr. J. I). Crabb. will be about 8,000. Out of a possible tisement and Its Poacable Fruits. by those who patronize rlrst-olaits I

avis & IHlburn, Palatka, who spent inent boat-builders In the U. 8. Read -Mr. G. L. Mandavllle the Titullvllle 21,000 voles Browne may secure 15,100.( A Bible I -study class will be organizedat hotels, as one of JloNton's) best seaside .
testimonials from boat-builders. Price 1 Mr. Wm. Catto U ...II.knownto
veral days here left for borne on Sat- the Sunday School the 'J'ltu Yllie resorts. "
$4.00 and $8 00 each at the ADVOCATE ,jeweler has had a new picket railing put A
Florida
winter visitors In having
|day, stopping over at Seabreeze a day Presbyterian church, next Sunday afternoon -
In his He he Intends
office Ticusvllle Fla. store. says havingone -Mr. 1C. B. Raulerson, of fort Pierce managed some of the finest houses In
which
r so on the way. of the best jewelry stores In the at :i :illi) o'clock, to all young
was In town on WednoKda,. this state. for a great many years. This
-The August number of the Cosmo State. He has had the ADVOCATE men and women interested In a thorough
PHOTOIgraphlo job
LL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S -
Gallery Titusvllle, and see politan Magazine published a picture of office print some guarantees which he is NEW LADIES' OXFORDS, In Welt scientific study of the most Interested hotel Is onffof the best and-conduoterl on the
noted for Its
John U. Instead of that of history ever recorded ate oorUallylnvl- Mew England OOl&8t. Is
tliis Picture Mr. Flagler sending out with all of his repair work. and Turned Soles, at Rbodos.Col. .
of
samples Photographs, Mr. Henry M. Flagler Anyone who ted and urged to unite themselves. A cuisine, 'Its tables being supplied with ,
I Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. has seen Mr. Flagler knows that the said -Mrs. T. W. Lund and family Julia, 'D. L. Gaulden, prosecuting attorney pamphlet the Westminster Normal quarterly the best the market affords The Hotel P

(Always something new, picture Is not that of Dade county's) benefactor Torn and Bryant, of Jacksonville arrived for Brevard con tity,lot there, yesterday wilt'{be provided, free of charge. Tudor has a grand ocean view, and the

-Do ;you need a tank ? It you( do, for he Is a much betterlookingman. ; In linston, recently, on a visit to Capt.T. f.r DuTjand, where he expect to fteabreexes are delightful and Invigorat
ate for will W. Lund. Lately they have been visiting remain about week. ing. It Is never dull at the Tudor asflslilnir.
to Tom Johnson* LaGrange, However>> "accidents happen
i Imate. He is known to be one of the In the best gul.ved< families; but If Nahant, Boss Point Maiblehead -Mr. E. P. Porcher general sgenbof SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. sea bathing, driving(, etc I. Indulged ;
Mt makers of cypress and other tanks the editor of the Cosmopolitan Lad sent and other places. Mrs. Lund, accompanied the Indian River and Lake Worth Plne- In to n grunt extent. Those who ;I
i Florida. Give him trial order. would have loaned hima by Miss Lucy !Porter of Jacksonville are looking for "a home from home" by
a to this office, we apple Grotveis'" Association, who had The Board met Monday morning, Aug.
lODES TITUSVILLE HAS RE picture of Mr. Henry M. Flagler, which who has been taking In the sights been spending a few days with his fatnly 4, Hi-J.( Present J. M, Dixon,Chslrmen; the sea, should not fait to visit the Hotel
Nahant Mass.
Irelved his, New Sample Line of Tailor- bangs; on the wall of our editorial room. with her are now staying with f 'lends, at Seabreeze left for Cocoa Monday. R. N. Andrews, C. 1'. Mutts and U. E. Tudor ,
and vlitltlnlllX'lotll Interest Atlantic
Made Garments for Fall. the should rememberthat Allms, Secretary., Tho proposed Improvements at Hotel
1'l1oyare -Our merchants There was a meeting of the Democratic
(handsomest and largest line ever shown one of the axioms of one -of the J.Severs Executive Committee of Brevard The minutes of the last meeting wore .\IC'IIzl\r and the Cordova, St. Augustine,
la 1 U. S. naval the read and approved.The will be extensive and will keep a large
Titusvllle. Have
your measure largest advertising agents throughoutthe County at the Court house, Titusvllle on
master Treasurer's for the monthof force of mechanics. until! the winter
Tailor-Made master block maker, and the and report busy
taken
now for a strictly country Is that of "Keeping everlastingly Wednesday, a report of which will be
foreman of the the July 11MCJ! was received real, found by which time the two hotels will
Siuit. at It bring success," when appliedto riggers government published In our next issue" Mr. K. B.Haulerson opens,
naval yard In Boston have Just been examining correct, and redeemed warrants duly lie la readiness for the rush of tourists.
advertising the Jackson vile Met. wan sleeted chairman and Mr.
says ,
Among the popular guests of'tbe and making a thorough test of cancelled. The alterations to the Alcazar will bA
This has been so often f. A.
nrendon Inn Seabreeze, Is Miss Vlttom tropolls.that It would proven to be useless to the: Walton Patent Self-Locking Pulley Morgan, secretary. The usual amount of bills were then confined to the east side; the west side
true seem
1 Chicago. She has been spending the Messrs. T. Williams Seabreeze read and for will remain unchanged. The '
discuss It. As matter of fact the time Block, and were delighted with It. They ; psssed payment. dining-room
|mmer with her friends, Mr, and Mrs. to advertise the a heaviest l la ,when the tope the naval authorities will place E. E. Grimes and B. H. Chase, Jacksonville Action on the petition presented from Is to be enlarged, taking In the space
i L. Kochersperger, but will soon I..aver volume of business Is smallest. Advertising these block on the government shipsas ; and Gno. Van Cleaver, of Ht Louis, Georgians, asking for appointment of south of the present oaf and east of thellntngroorn +
New York and places In the Berkshire in the summer time Is an excellent s-.on... Captain Walton places them I arrived at the Indian River hotel yester Mr. A. A. Baldwin Supervhor: \ at that ( to the street line. This will
Ills, much to the regret of her many Investment for the of develop- on the market. day. Mr.I Cleaver was the man who place, was deferred until the beptem- add considerably to the capacity of the
|ends. MIllS Vlttom Is accompanied by purpose I caught an 8ft. shark off the pier at Sew ber meeting. dining: room. Quite a slice will be addedto
all
business and catching the of
star Jerome Kochorsperger. log eye --Mrs. Wm. Jarvis, of Cocoa who has breeze, last Sunday afternoon. The assignment of teachers to Bovine the kitchen, which Is Immediatelysouth
not at this time but i
new-comers, only been visit of
enjoying a two or three and Hardeevllle schools cancelled. of the The
The members of Indian River Lodge the busy season and the live merch T W. Lund recently of the was dining-room. concrete
in month with friends In Wisconsin, Illinois -Capt. ,
Tho from Ht. Luol Asking fora walk will be taken into the kitchen and
ft..00. F. & A. ,M., have moved to their ant who advertises In the summer and and New York, passed through Tlusville St. Johns river steamer Frederick. De- petition .
declined
: school at that point, was as another range will be added to the cookIng
1 cozy quarters In the Indian River hOt winter Is pretty sure to do the businessall yesterday, en route home. She Bsry. was. shown Walton) Self-Locking:
the Is the legal school limits of The cafe and
place in department. present
Titusvllle, which Is more centrallyated. all seasons, for it tells strangers and looked the picture of health, and reported Tack\e\ Block at Boston, Mass, and said Fort Pierce. along the east side of the hotel
The ladies of the Eastern Star others who live out of town that Roan be rooms
the
great uses
your a delightful time while away-especially among many put
The Board adjourned to meet Monday will be remedied. A grill-room and a
much pleased with the change of store Is still open, and that yon are bidding with her friends. Dr. and Mrs. I). J. to. Is for life boats. ,It Is one of the best 1 10OU. billiard-room will be fitted and the
rters for will the lodge for share of In locks he had for life boats morning September up I
they use same a publlo patronage. DIBol, of New York, with whom she ever seen cafe will be remodled. The billiard-room
om for their meetings. Many memos other words, there Is no time in the year pent five weeks Mrs. Jarvis was '"'- and he thought there would be a big de- will\ be located In the northeast
of the above lodges are In favor of when you ought, not to advertise You cnmpanled by her niece Miss Berths mand for them when they are placed on Car far 1Klall.. A elevator will corner t
tore. replace
Illding a Masonic Temple In Tltusville catch the contlnous customer when he CltcblDg, who met her aunt In Jacksonville the market. the new passenger and will arrive-

Id a move will probably soon be made has the least money and when he Is very on her arrival on the Cljde steamer An exchange gives this simple remedyfor shortly, aol present be Immediately one, fitted In pos
that direction.upty anxious to have his dollars aro as far as
Araphahoe. Throw'
Notice to Inventor keeping mosquitoes away: apiece ition. A number lesser Improvements
possible. You should advertise all the LARGE!: CUT iv STRAW HATS at of alum about the size of a marble will also be made. The Cordova Hotel ,
for If da not some more enterprising
and while, you Into bowl of water and wet the hands
a remodeled
nice Barrels. Rhode Titusvllle will be partly In Its Interior
business ; Wets buys a
take the
merohant..111 and
The Shooting Gallery, Fruit Cold
I and face and exposed parts of One hundred bath
*1.00 Hat. arrangements. rooms
to have.BOX Drink stand of & Collins' I.I Is approach
for sale. Address, you ought Carpenter with It Not a mosquito will will be fitted up and suites will be arranged -
loots( to SOcU.. I for salo. Term reasonable. they will bunt around a little and t
WALTER A. MOORE, PAPER-prices you; among the choice: room. Contractors
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Tablets from Sets to 20cU. Call and Gardner's Flyers. disappear. : McGuire McDonald have I

Inspect our line. B. R. Wilson Son. Cypress, Jtoat Lumber. charge of the work.Oalviuilzeil .

Furniture Mennens Talcum Powder, 17o Wagons for Sale.

Pineapple Growers. 4-ball Croquetsets, special ftto Just received, a carload of cypress lumber a Wire anti Xalla.We .

Call and see our new Hoe of Furniture, Screen cloth: piece or yard 12o all widths to 20 Inches, and all I now have on hand a large stock of 2- -
tension Parlor and Kitchen Tables, We can supply you with Pineapple Iron beds, ,\-<<1.111.(1. . .. . "'J.1I6 lengths to 'JO( feet. Inch tire and 3-Inch the one-horse wagons are prepared to furnlstv these at

JUroora Suites, Matting eta, directm Wrapping Taper In any quantity Write Velvet ribbon No 1,10 yards 2Jo: TIIC: EAST COAST LIMUCHAKD that can be delivered at one*. lowest market prices
factories. us for prices G. K. Coo, Tablet, Ink, writing paper. fto tH'PPLV CO., R. E. Mitts, JM., EAST COAST LVMticn- SrPPLYCo

G. E.: Coon, Jensen, Fla. tf Jensen, Fla. C. A. OARD.XCR, Titusvllle, Fla. 2t Eau Gallle, Fla. Tltnsvllle, FJa. 2t Eau Galll, rta.nir .


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I 2 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. AUGUST 15, 1902.

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\ Owner. Description of Land. Seo. :1'. R. A.
GOVERNMENT FOOD TESTS.ScleallKtK -. NOTICE.. Aatditlon
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ri'AlLlN tfO\ to Kteilr Glfert of Preervetlvea to Titunville . . 32:1: 35:' .-:.,-i3
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e5 on Hume. Subject. described land will be sold at E. L. Qardt . :Lot; 23, Iterdell'a addition to
cf p OT1CB fa hereby give thafrthe following TitasvlUe . . . . 3 22 35
When Dr. W. II. Wiley chief of the N pliDlia auction: on. theist day of September, 1002, at TitusTille, in the 36 KerdeU's addition to 1It. ,13
Lot
manS P. Sammis. . ,
I'mm bureau of animal Industry gets backto County Brevard.. or mucldberl.'ol as will be necessary to pay the amountdue ;
Titusvill . . . . 3 22 35 .,
thus Town of Titusf 111* tyr Town Tae herein set opposite to the !same! iS "*
United
the States from Europe
Lot 44 Ktrdell's addition to
I. F. GfrayI. . .
N ssoex whither he tooled the other day, the together with costs. of such, lIar, and. advertising Titus IIie. . ; . . 3 ,,22 35 ?.

United Stated government will establish rnOWNER. Gore y. . . Lot Bl, KerdeU's addition. to' '

dQ,lfiNEW IeQdiiTlGutt a free table for people( wHo are Titustille- . . . . 8 22 :35 j..3

1 '. willing to have their stomachs experimented DI +OlUPTION. e W. S. Graham. . Lot ffi: Rerdell's addition to '

with. ,g ::I.. Titusville . . 3 22: 35; 1 ..
.. o a a. 0 Lot Rerdell'ff addition to **
The la to conduct experiments : : EooelaI W. S. Graham .' ,
purpose < .0 i .. B..... = Titusville. ... ..... ... 4 2J; 35;
E-o ""' jw
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to determine whether the foreign en 10.
,$ : Na S. Graham . Lot U1, Rerutll'. addition to
substances added to food productsare . . . 3 22 35
M. Goldsmith. . Part Writ } of Southeast } 1'ltusvJlle . I ,l,
taa4YtnaMtt4. detrimental to the health of man. Described In Deed Book"0' E. G. Harris . Piat' In Book "1"' rage riO$, .

While Dr. Wiley is In Europe the civilll'rvlce Page 883.: . . . 33 21 35 48. 5 45 Block aU 85. . . . 3 22 ss:

commission will hold examinations E. 11. Rice . . Part Southwest; t Southeast/ M. B. Metier ... Iot.oIl.BloekS6 : . . 8 22 35 \\f\:,
and prepare an eligible list of expert r/9.. Deeerl bed Deed Book "1111"Yace97. E. G. Harris . I.Soiflli> !' 22 acres Government Lot

physiological' chemists to aid him . . :. . 83. 21 35 6 2 1a 1, Sec. 4, Tp. 22, S. R. 35 E:,

la the work. Congress appropriated R. :t. Lockard.. . Rice a addition to TJtusvJ11e, Described Deed Book "q,"

910,000 for It. After that healthy young Northeast corner of Block 1. 33 21 35 ..1 3A, J?ag 222" . . . . I. 3 23: 33: 113 i .

men who are willing to eat rrt'e .food E. II. Rice. ... : ,RII" 'II addition to Tltunille,
Welt of Block 1. . . 3 21 33 1 75 R. E. MIMS Jr., Tax Collector.
that or not have deleterious ,
may may addition .
w 11. Townsend.. Rlce'8 to Titusville, '
STREET CftRPiiWEBIt Ingredients will be In demand.If \ South 34 of Block 6. . . : S' 21 86 1 'l5' -- ---- -=

Dr. Wiley can get permission to Unknown. .f.. . Rlce's addition to 'rltunUle,. Master's Sale. Sheriff's Sal .
experiment on college' students they Not"tb !U ot Block 6. . 33 21 ,5 i 75

will be bill preference. lie wants to I E. A. IIIImburg. Rice's addition to Titultvlle, -
I, Is Electricity Harnessed by get some college to let him set up a Lot B. Described Deed Book AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL: DE- UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN EMCCD.:
1' '" I 21 05 UNDER In foreclosure entered Cl ram' Court Issued. on the llth day of June A. li
"training table." Each student who "BB" Page j3l; of Block 7" 83 35 2 :
Magnet System. of FloridaIn
? a tat tbe Seventh Judicial Circuit 1902, one of the Circuit Court of the 81x1:!,,
eats at this table Is to give his word of E. 11. Rice. . . Rlce' addition to Tijueville, and for Hrevard County In a. cause. therein Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, In wi,
Lot O. Described Deed Book depending:wherein Edward llauich: complainant for the County of Hlllnborough in .a crusts
honor not to eat anything except what. and James. S. Snowden and Susan. I'. Snow- cause. wherein Stephen M. Sparkinan and W
83 U
) "Y Page 316 ot Bkck 7. M 1 05 A.
I' GREAT SAVI G IN FUEL CLAIMED lie gets at the government restaurant. den are dedendantsIwlll. .sell at public sale In (Carter partners. under the name of fiimrkuun.
11. W. \Vat .. Rice' addItion to( Titusville .
The on. front of the Court House door In Tftuavllle. Flor- & Carter; are plaintiffs, and Ell O. Slur, an li
first ten days or so will then be Lot A. Described need Book, lila between the. legal hours of sale, to the highest ; defendant.. I will .sell at public outrrv \alan' .
I )', devoted to feeding the subjects a good -; "J," l'age 173, of Block 8. 33 21 35 1 61 and best bidder for cash on the the Court; House. door In the city of Ttn! M||.

I V Invention. of P. W. L.m.r !. Also healthful quantity of the ordinary E n. Rice . Rice's addition to 'fltusvfle! County of Brerard between the legal hour ol
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,J FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER!: A. >>., 1902, .ale, on
;, 1 II;' acid to Grcatlj Ina..... the Speed foods with no object In view but to get Lot D, Described Deed Rook :

VI t .," I of Car*-They Airs Always Under them in a perfectly normal condition. "Y," Paga 310] of Block 8. 3 21 SS: 16E. I and the .same a legal being sale. the day Brut the followlmrOesorlbntl Monday In said. month realestate :MONDAY, SEPTEMBER lit, A. D. 1002,

., Perfect Control and Thus Ca. lie Then the effect of a certain chemical n. RIce. . :. Rice's addition to 'fltusvllle, situated In the County of Bravard and for cub to the highest and best bidder the w
y !* borax, for Instance-will be tried. Lot D Described Deed Book State of Florida, or so much thereof as will satisfy lowing described property to wit 1

f Ron F..r.I' After the effect of this bus been noted "Y." rage 316of Block 8.\ 33'' 21 8/S/ 1 4J lie.said*Inning decree at the and. northeast costs to wit corner: of the southeast "Lying' and being In the County of Jlrevanl: '

I'' I' Small electro magnets imbedded between another in A. Greely. ....,. . Rll'e' addition to 'Itunllle, quarter of the northwest quarter of Section In the State of Florida I described. as folium
preservative chemical com Lot A Described Deed Book Six (6)), In Township Twenty-two (n) South, of An undivided one-half Interest in the. Nortli.
: r 4 the rulla of the tracks were used mon use will be taken up; then a colorIng Range Thirty I five (35> East} thence running west quarter of tbe Northwest quarter. of Set
i "BB, Pnqa 210( of Block D. 83 21 35 16. north 10.49 chains, thence west to the west boundary tlon thirty-three ((33)), Township thirty->ls (,, ,
to pull a street railway cur In Chicagothe substance, etc. until the gamut of D. A. Cooper. . RIce's addition to 'l'itusvllle, of said .section township and range, Forty South of Range thirty-seven ((37) East; an.llilf"
: t'' other day. Unlike those In a trolley color and preservative has been run Lot Described Deed Book (40) chains. more or less( them south on .said Southwest quarter of the Southwest. quarter ol.
1i/ BJ Section tweoty-elgbt (; 8)), Townsnlp. thlm iul '
; y cur, the uiaguuta did not work dl and the bureau baa obtained data .. "BB, Page 732, of Block 9. .' 33 21 33 1 65 (Iwundard 10) chains. line more 1182M or lenii chains to the) thence.ub-
I t i ; rectly in turnlug the wheels. They did enough on which to base correct con O. G. Birnbaum: ,. Rlce' addition tD 'fltusvtlle, between the northwest quarter and the northeast Also the. Northeast quarter of the Xorllimiil,
I not evcu touch, the Iron suspended under clusions. Lot C, Described Deed B'oqk. quarter. of said section six W. and tbenoe quarter of Section four (4), Township. thin; f
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South of .
{ beginning. And seven ((37) Range thirty seven ((37)Eati
of )
I north to the point
83y4llnks
I i the car or any part of It. They A system similar to this is to be "L"Pagelilot' Block 9. 33 ;11! Z15 1 05 also commencing at a point 2.1.45 rods north of Or so much thereof as be, necessary. til>
'I' \ i'l : '., acted as controlled teasers says the tried In the United States when J. W. Taylor". .3 Rice s addition to fltIl8vllll": southwest corner of southwest quarter of northwest satisfy said. execution. mar: properly le\MI
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I army Lot E Described Deed Book quarter of Section SIx I' : Chicago Record-Herald. All this took new rations will be tested. ) South, Range Thirty five ((3S) East;
ty-two (22)
i-age of 33 21 M 1
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Block 43'E.
I "Y.; 316 9. :
thence 13 roils north, thenceso J. P. BROWS,
11) place with a ten toot model car, acM thence 80 rods east,
',. ,. 11. Rice. . ., Rice's addItion to( 'l'ltllsvJ1le' rods west thence 13 rods south to tbe point of Isep. ] Sherlff..of Brevard County Flnrldt.Master's .
M c r ., coiuuKxtutlutf nix people ou a track LATEST ARMY UNIFORMS. wuuth3yofWestnfBlockU\ 33 21 83 115 beginning; containing: In all all! acres sold f or
n: 180 feet lone. The car went round and 'titulville less. PavVand. except 3 acres. heretofore to
) S. M. Strickland... Rlce'l (addition to wit .at the
MoKenzle 10 :
;nIl I.ucle Onnimenclnjr Sale.
::5 '" round the track backward and forward Detail of the Chancres to Go Into Part Described! Deed Book SouiliHtst. corner of the south balf uf the northeast

f
i ; >j operator, who Worked with but a sjn- 11. Rice . Rlce'l addition to 'titusv1l1e Six (II). tunning; thence north 108 yarns. ., thence
11 i; (. While Secretary Hoot was at Oyster went 10.1 yards, thence south 10B yards, thence AND BY VIRTUK OF A FIMli
: 11 ,'j: 11I"'lever..all" to atop It no breaks Bay N. V., the president considered the West / Lot DescribedIeed '. et loft yards to the point of beginning ; said UNDER In foreclosure. entered In tile Cli I
i r J'I' '' were needed.A Book "Y,.II'age land being situated. in UrevarU County, State ofJ"0rUU' cult Court for I he Seventh Judicial. Circuit!
1'I approved report of the army uniform 21 '33 of Florida] in and for Brevard County, In a emixl
I i In the ::110, ot Block 11 . . . 33. : 175 5IOROAX..
method F. A. therein
chuugo of
street board I V. B. Heath' and 11
; ti railway propulsion Is the says a Washington dispatch. Unknown. . . Titull" addition to TltuevUle, 't': Et ang29 Special Moator. K.Rossiter, as Executors: ..O of John lluatli. I utt
)It .1' possible result The order of the new uniform will go North !14 of Block 1. . . .. 321 33. 1 75Di complainants' and J P. Brown, as .adiuinlttn
) :' This public test after many that Into effect on Jan. 1. E. Norwood. ... 'fitus' addition to TituSville, tor of Julia G. Welles et al., are defendant, I

I I I ''ft' ',, have been made with apparatus more Among the changes are the following t Lot lor Block 4. : . . 3-1 21 36 1 55M. master's Sale. will HOIIRe fell door at at public Titusville sale! In, Florida front of be'ween the tour th I I'

f f 1 crude led the Inventor. P. W. Leffler : The full dress coat is about the s'orwood.: . 'l'ltus' addition to TltU8Vfll'! .'' 'local hours. of ...Ie. to the highest. and bent bull

; $ j' I who la, apparently a conservative mechanic same as at present, save the buttons Lute 4 and Ij Block 4. . 3.J 21 33 2 33: der for.cash. on the

j,II r J'J'I and electrician, to say: "We either are more spreading with ornamenta t.Norwood, . Lot Described Deed Book ""' .'. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A Final Decree FIRST DAY OP SEPTEMBER A. D., Item I
t \ 2:1: and "EE 21L 3.J 21 33 3' ''lIS entered the Circuit Court
81 have the biggest thing going or dons on the sleeve and with the rank Page page for the S"venlbJndlclal Circuit Floridain .
J. Ji". 'l'urner. . Coleman's addition Lots 4 and the. same being the. first Monday In the alt! L
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else there!
I i 1 a nothing at all. And 1 am convinced designated the and for Kreranl {'olin tv. In a cause month and dw1orlbed
that have on sleeve Instead of the 6, Block Q. . :: . . 3.J 21 35 1 75J.II' depending; wherein! Frank E. Heath and 11:. K. real estate legal. Htuated sale day. the following
t the in the
l ;, we system which boulder r
knot. 'l.uroer. . Coleman'l addition Lot 7. 8 ,. Itonnlter.. as Executor of John Heath are complalnanta. vard thereof
1 I and State of Florida, or so much uf
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n .
: 111" will
1 do (} Price
and Louise
with
the H. FrU'e
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and C.
away trolley overhead A new dross uniform Is 'provided and O. . .. . . . 321 35. 215 al'8'defendant..1. ..lll sell .at public Dale in front will satisfy. said decree and costs to-wlt:
,:1. t : j' ) i it( or underground. consisting of a sack coat of woolen or LIP( Turner . Colel11ar1'l1 addition, dots 12 ofthelourt House dour. at TIMisvlllFlorida.. All of fractional Section Twenty-nine ((29).tat!..

d !. Jl The fundamental Idea of the new cotton materlnl of an olive drab color and 13. . . . 3.J 21 35 1 63; between the legal hours of Dale, to the highest. I all of.Lot Three Twenth-slx((3) In Section South Thirty ((30..all IiTownship

II I 11 system: t* "to cut a motor In two." The with trousers to match. It Is Intended F. E. Emerson. . Nest part ot i.ot I, except and best. bidder for cash on the : seven. (J1)) East,containing((20) ; tighty-live of Range iM Thirty)aoit-tj',

m electro( magnets form one-half of the to provide suits which can be worn North 80 feet of out1140tee .' FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER: : A. D., 1002, more or less according to the united Stat.Juiff
: and .
In .
vey, being liravard County Florida.F.
h -.o. ;
t motor and are placed the ground In In cold weather that almost Described! Deed Book "A.A, ,
I a Hue half way between the tracks. .. .. are. auupueute PII. a '''' 1.17 Lot 1 Block A. 3 2:1 33. S 83: the same being! said the ant the tallowing Monday! I In doecrn.eti said! monthsilo real A. MORGAN,
a legal day
: J r The other pnrt the armature. Is at. 01 me present anal uni 'l'. Titue. . Mouth 4Qfeet tat t"2, jnockB: 8:22: 95. 2 45 estate airnated in the County of Hrevanl and Bt aug23 Special Matter I
I .", tached lengthwise forms.!! The new overcoat will be a E. E. Turner. . Part Lots 1 and 2, Described! .,, State of Florida, or so much thereof... will .satisfy .
to the bottom
I' of the double breasted ulster of olive drab said decree and emu to wit i
t f Ill'J I car. It la a long Iron bar cut into Deed Book "J, Page 2ao, at \: the wart boundary Notice of Application to Sell|
up woolen material and Is to Beginning a ptlnnn
the
replace Block E . . . 32! 33 A' :.1 05 line of Lot two Section eleven (I II I). Township
(2))
3 feet and Wines
a f I so attached that the ends or- old dark blue overcoat now worn. Theo Titns..r. . Lot H, Block] E. . . . . 3 2:1: 35 1 05 thirty ((311)) South, K.tng thirty) .eight (J8)) Fast: LtUliiors, !! and Beer.PUBLIC .

,I jI dlunrily fire within an Inch of the top General and staff officers are to have 'l'l1eo. 'l'ltl1l1. . West ? Lot 7, Block E \ . a 22 85. 1 25 distant 117 feet from the Inu-mnctloii. of the -
line of said lot two ((2)) with the
,:' of the mnjrnet boxes. But the- primary full dress trousers, with gold lace an a ,V:. ,\.., U.oh\lId . Part Lute 8 and 10. Described west north boundary boundary line of KRiU lot two 2)); thence NfyriOR 19 HERFHY: OIVEVTIU''
: 1 difference between the new system, and stripe officers of the line hearing" the Deed Book "J," Page 8:17: rnnnlnir south along said west lioumbiry line Loi LEV bus filed with tie Hiianli'I

t. the trolley cnr motor Is that the electro present stripe to designate the service. Block '1' . . . 8 22: 25 2 05 870 2'.11")" feet thence East!: at right; a glestosal. nunty Coiniiilssloners, of Hrevard Cminit I
I west l.ounlarv line of said. lotiwoC-0) KkW 6.10 In the mate of Floriila' his application, furil
ik f magnets do not cause the armature to Tho chapaau is retained for generalotnC'er SndthT.yon.tFte1d Part Lots 8 and 10. Described feet. to the Indian River: thence In a northwt permit to ell liquors,wlnon and beer In Llecllnl.
fT turn tile wheels The new car Deed Book "BB" Page 431, etlydttnalotalong, th. Indian. River to..a poludmtaiit Ittstilot' No. 3 of .until county and state, tluil I
and officers of the staff depart : IJH9 feet .at light anj( "* to the wear. men' 'aiplloitlnn will 1 be a' ted on hviheiwl
wheels Block 1'. . . . 3 2:3: 35' 2 06 : : :
propelled by the friction of the meat to be worn with full dress uni- 1 boundary line of said lot two U>, from: the place' Board or County. I ominloloners at thpirnutl
'j IS with the track bat by the Invisible J.. A. Coleman .. North strip ot. 100 feet, Lot of tieirniilng, ; thence I West and para'tel l w'th the regular meeting. which will he held on the tori" !
form. A new full dress cap Is provided Block U. . . . . 3 22 35 275 smith hmndary I line ill above described, I.mi; f. et rutwlay. in Septnnilx r, A. D IWH at the!
i force of magnetism. differing considerably front the present A. Montgomery. fart Lot 1. Described Deed to the I lane of heuliiiilnu containing! aceemo o'clock In the afternoon. of said day amlibtl'
I A dynamo I in required for the new In ,.. nn less. and .eitualed. { In Urevard County said Hoard hereby calls, upon any cltliwn of rat I
I cap design and trimmings. A new Book "T, Page 21, Block G. 8 22 3,5" 8 75 Florida. Election District. who mar. desire to ,I" n,vf
ill I ; system. Each magnet Is connected pattern of saber has been adopted for J. A. Coleman. . South part Lot 1, Block G. . 3 22 35 :2 45' F. A. l\IORhs': show cRnse. If any there be, at ths Raid IKI I

t with main ford wires heavily limu-", all officers In place of the sword now L. A. Ooleman... West 3 of Lot 2, 1)eleribet1DeedBook ) I shall regular meeting of said Board, why such iwnu" "I
Master.Master' not be
granted to the
ot aug29 a'I.lIoant.y
}
r, .j", lated and bringing electricity from the in Una. A full dress, cout for olHcers ull" Page ;104, >> order of the of County: CoimnlMlnt1 1

." '. power house. In fact the electro magnets for evening wear has been provided Lot 2. Ulol"k O. . . . 3 2:1: 35 705 ers of Hrevard Count Flurlila this, the lilt I

I I f are coils of wire magnetized by cut swallowtail. The old dress William DllVIIl. . Lot mock K . . .. 3 22 35 2 45: ; Sale. day of, August. A. D. limi.JOHMR.

/4 the electricity running through them. for enlisted men has been abandoned coat William Davis. . Lot 3. Block K. . . .r. .. 3: 22 93 2 05 !! Chairman of Board WALKER of imntvda, '" I

But when the car Is not P. Titus... ? South!: 36 ot West (except [L.S.) mlsslonera. Brevard County, Eh-
,I t I running over and the dress blouse substituted. church lot) Block I.: . . 3 22 33 3 On'Z AND 11Y VIR1UR OP A DECREE

\Y. them the magnets are not magnetic.In R. I.. Lockllrd. . North 3& of West Block J,. a 22 36- 45 .UNDER. ... and tale mined I out of and
\ other worda they are not in the clr- entered in the Circuit Court of lire..a.dConnty TITUSVILLE'S
fast Old TRAINS.
B. A. Bryant. ... Lot 6; subdivision
Along with the nonappearance of the Florida. In Chancery: wherein Mary E:
t ,,1 f cult except when the car comes over Block 3. . . . .. 3 22 35 ] 35, S. Doiirauw as executrix of the loot. will and t
t i them. Edison storage buttery is the two mla- J. Ullllann( .. West subdivision Old Block 3. 3 22 35 1 35: I testament. of sod estate of Aaaron A, le- The following. are tbe times of arrival j
,. I An arrangement of the magnets: ute trotter. I.lnle F. Rice . Iot"l). Described Deed Book gnaw. de08&ll"<.I. Is ooinvlalnant, and Edward
: I according __._ .. Charles. Bruce Tyndall and his wife M..Y.Tyn and departure! of passenger trains to and!
; t n I>L. nt
. 3
'k4 22
to polarity first a north 'or rnfv vOti, > tit o/ 3 75 dull are defendant. I Will. ait .l'e3b.II..er. from luusvtiie:
&i ; positive and then a south o> negative LIzzieF.Rice.. . L tII. Described Deed Book 1 : In Chancery sell at pit, "llc "unction! forcarM, to
"BB Page 4UO Block 4. : 3.22 35 1 03E11.1ke. : the highest: and beet bidder In frontof the BOOTHIIOrjIB.
'Is the scheme for Leaves .
attracting the car, Court house door, at Tltusvllle, Bretard l County Tttnsvtlla for Miami and
and making It run smoothly. In the PATRIOTISM . ... North M being Lot 1, Described Florida. on the Intermediate points at I I ::121 pa.
Book "
r' 11"1 car on the other band Deed "Y.\ Page 318, FIRST DAY or SEPTEMBER: A. D. 1002, BOETKBoUxn.iwavoTlrnavilleforJacksonville.
i I ., by the use of a Lot 5,. . . . 3 22: 33 3 05 >
I small storage battery which Is the only The stomach is a larger factor in "life, K. II. Uice .-. East >*', Lot 2, Described Deed the same being..the ant Monday of said. month and Intermediate points at ( I49pa

1 I I electrical device above ground the pa. liberty and the pursuit of happiness" Book, "N," Page 280, Lot 0. 8 22 35 10 75 and sale a an legal tue sales follnwing-Urscribed day during. the lands legal. hours lying of In .. Tltinvllle. for Danford I:13: to

larlty of the feet of the armature Is than most people are aware. Patriotismcan :&1. Goldsmith . North ; >.JlJt5.1\ICI.k (t. .'. 3 22 :35 J 1,45 drevarit County, Florida, to-wll : Arrives", Tlrusvllle flif'm Ranford '"ldlfa

,I controlled. The result is that ft positive", withstand hunger but not dyspepsia. Din l.. Lanunette South Lot5, Block 8 . 3 22 35 1 45 Lot number five of .section 2In township 3'i.

or iiortuifoot or the armature Is In a The confirmed dyspeptic )1.o.. A. Smith, Estate Lot 5, Block 6. . . . .. 3 2J: 35 105 south of less.range 40 east containing 10 loo acres

position where It la being drawn forward nil fit for II J. Brown . t.otOandlt1, lilock 11. . . 3 22 :35 4 45 more Alto or lot number live. In section, In town-

; 1I by a negative magnet in the treason, stratagems Theo. 'Titus . Lot 2, Block 14 . . . 3 22: :a5. 185 ship 37, south of range' 4i> taut, containing 32
track and the and spoils. The Theo Titus. . Lots Block 11 . . . .3 :22! 35 ( 1 05 62:-IOR acres, more or 10..... i an*
at same time pushed' for. Also all that tract of land In Dude
i v man who goes to the American Cigar Co. Lot S. Block 17 . . . 3 21; 33 o 4% County Florida at Wavelanil and lying described as
t ; ward by a positive magnet in the track '., front for his country A. II.[ Owen. . Lotto: Block 19. . . . .3 22 ,3J 1 25 follows: All that lot snrullvision of Wu (Ill))

1 on account of the repelling force of fwith a weak stomach A. Jackson. . Lot 8, Block II!) . . . 3 22 35 1 45 acres designated aa lot number one ((1)). on a rF'd'471"
like poles In this connoctlou there is will be a weak } Block 19 . 3 22 33 map or plat or Arlirla. on record In the oniov ol ;'
f II. Fisher Trustee Lot 12, . . 2 43 the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dada. County
a "commutator which keeps changing soldier and a fault M. 1''. I )wyer . Lot 5, Block 21 . . . 3J2: 33 1 05 Florida, the said Aibela being part of Intl:
t 1 the polarity of the feet so that the car finder. S.!\ 10'. Myers[ A Co. Lots", 8 and 0, Block 22. . 3 22.! :35: 2 85 all lots 3. 4 and 5 ot section one (p), fractionalsection

i I ) does not get "stuck." However the A sound stomach }'. A. Smith, Estate Lots 10 and 11, Block: :! . 3 22.!: :<15 1,43N : east. and 12: ,being In township survived 33'and, south platted of range October 41 dea7' 7Td

:1 operator of the car cnn with one simple makes for good citizenship F. Myers A Co., Lot 12: Block 22. . . . ._ :3 J 22: 35: 1 23 teal by R. II. Hurcbtlel, surveyor, of Brevanl :
s : movement of his lever as well as .M.P.I.uni.lruJII. Allot .Block :2.J!: . . . :3 22 '35 365 County, and all riparian rights bflo-glnff to
; I or reverse the movement one Instead.. atop. it for health and happiness. C Blrnbnum . Lot 4, Block :25! . . . 3 22 ':J 5 85 sal said
0 1 Ja*. ByrilB. . . Lots 0llandll.B1O'k2\: ; 22 85' 16.( (}. A. F1UWT
The great paving which the Inventor Diseases of the W. Xlchols I.otll.J. and 5, Block 2U . 3 22 33 1 25 Special Master. in Chancery &r?,lv/Yuafl /0 fL/['

\ II' //J: claims Is In the amount of electricity stomach and other H. B. Archibald Lot 0, Block ::1:1: . . . 3 22 35 05; ,

I '. required. lie saja seventy-flve amperes organs and of digestion Wbitlook. . . Lot 21: Bobbins& Graham nildltion. -. blaster's Sale. =-- t'r

( I will sullice for forty cars while nutrition . . . . . 3 22: 33' 133; iFsc6ialuriwzlly :
/ with the present trolley system seven I,,. are promptly cured and C. W: GrlggJ . Lots 8, 6 and 7, Block A, Fish' -. .. t \..

: t p ty-live amperes arc required for one permanently the of Dr. er's addition . ... . 3 22. 33 2 73; AND BY VIRTUE IIP A FINAf / : T:
I p t"t"p car. Ho says the saving In coal will be J. by Pierce' Golden use Medical E.It.( Carllle . I.ot'I Block C, Fisher's addition UNDER. .. in foreclosure. .entered In the. Circuit

1 : : more than one-half. It N also claimed Discovery. It . . . . 3 23: 33 1 13 of Florida. Court In and for for the Brevanl Seventh County Judicial In a Clroui causetherein ,
1*. M.( Fisher, . Lot 0 Block C Fisher'a ad-
t f" that the cars can be run faster than bul1. VanDemao Is
'I''! with dition. . . . . 3223;) 1'13 complainant. and too. W. Morton et al., are de.
/ trolley cars because they are always sound flesh and V. :Moore. . . .a South *& Lot 12, Joynervllleaddition. Court femfama.. I.will sell at public ale In front of the
I solid muscle. House
i, t II I L '. I r.rErl'ct.Cntrol.. They_ can never w A ft"r t received. I . . . . 3 23 33; 273. the legal: doyat hours of TttuavllleFloriila sale,to the highest. and between KIDNEY DISEASE!!
jump the track because there is a clown advice which you gave ni.r -to; the my A. Hippard North tf. Lot II, Joynerville best bidder for cash, on the

t, I pull as well as a forward pull In the treatment." write G..... Dover "Run., or addition f . . . 322 33 1 36S axt.-
{ magnets. It Is thought thus It will be Piilmkl'Golden;street,Medical Baltimore. .....ryh..d.wI. used. .v.. S' '. Dunklee. . ou th 7'1L r I.on la J oynerv il]...., FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D., 1002. are the most fatal- ot all w

i a easy to run the cars at 100 miles an cUrcctioua.your Alter using Discovery four bottlea according 1 coanideredmyiielf to addition. . . . .. 3 23 33 153 the sam being. the. drat Monday. In the said I
( r : \ Hour with suf!:ty.Merely. awed .a I have not PIt any *ymptominn. F. Moore ... . .. North X Lot 18, and all Lot 17, month real and a legal. .sale day. the following .described .. eases.FOLEY'SSfS.
estate situated in tbe
Had tried almost I all remedies that I Joynerville addition. .. .. 3 22 33 2 33; and County Hre.varil
.. heard of were good for dv but without State of Florida, or so much thereof aa
a Jeke.Gusher lh.I *IIv 1 became"J pP"ia. and J. D. Davis.. . Lots 19, 20 and West !,< lot 21, will satisfy said decree anil OOlOt.... to-wit:
f wrote to you (or advice with (he above rrault.* Joynerville addition": . 3 22 33 373 The South ha-f of Lot Three(3). anil. all of Let
You may not believe It. but Six' : ((6)) : a of land 6JO feet. .
F. Moore. .. . Ease Lot 2I anti all Lots 23 except strip .lde..11 of
dealer substitute
f ve ver- bud an unkind word from The who oiler a for }( > the south .side of said Lot Six (6>, running from
the Discovery is only seeking to make and :!Joynerville addition. 3 22 S3 373: Banana River to the Fast side of .said Lot Six ((8)),
my wife In all my life. the little more profit realized' on the ale Anna Irving .. Lot 25,'subdivision) Lot 88, Joy and. parallel with the South line. of said Lot Six refunded. Cont
((6) All being In Section or
I Henpeck-OU, don't try to spring of less meritorious preparations nervllle addition . . 3 .22 33 123 Tw.nty.tbree ((2.1) Sooth Thirty of flvejaof Range( ) Thirty-Township money

J that old chestnut on me. Dr. Pier e'. Common Sense Medical Anna Irving. .. .. Wedgelhape lot South of Lot & seven (37) East, In lirevaril County, State of remedies recognized by wor

II Gusher What old chestnut? Adviser is bent free on receipt of stampsto subdivision Lot 36 Joyner. Florida. nent physicians as the best Eel

I 1 Ilenpeck-You want me to say ,, pay expense of mailing only. Send villa addition . . .. 3 23 33 1 23' F. A. MORQAX, troubles
"How did you manage! that and then 21 olle-cent'stamp8' for the paper covered B. Kuhl .. .. .. .. Lot 13, Iterdell's addition to It ang29 Special Master. Kidney and Bladder

i I ;you'll say, "I never got married."-Detroit book or 31amps for the cloth bound. Titusville . . . 3 22 33 IBS I PRICK 50c. ana $1.00.

Jree Press Address Or. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. B. Kuhl .. . Lots 10,20: and 21 Rerdell's ad- taThe ADVOCATE: does job printing. S. B. It. WILSON & SOX'f. ,



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Professional Cards .. Small Dispute May Cause Trouble. Growth cf the Publishing Industry.The .
"SflEE$ HB3S&EXK8BMBEBEDBR9B3B&S'IfHEDFORD'S '
aRu4 The Inhabitants of tbe isle of Pinesnre'uncertain ,
wlhch
A curious little dispute may census bureau has lately Issued l Soft
as to their notional: sta
GEO. M. ROBBINS, possibly lead to Important international -I a bulletin showing the marvelous the
bus Mince evacuation of Cuba by
complications., baa arisen over the growth of the publishing Industry in
the Auierloau fortes and the Iniiuguru-
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR possession the Island of Thasos, lathe 'recent yenrs. )Harness
J tlon of tbe Independent government
AT-LAW.| Aegean sen. The statistics
for the
census
year
BIAffDRAUa .: they bare been .tletuclu-d from the
Will practice Instate and United States Many years ago, ScUm I., who was ,,4000) show that 22,312 establishments province of Clenfuegos und are now Ton can make. your San

Court. then sultan of Turkey!' gave this Island '"(reported for this Industry,'representing AWH M. Sufi .. a fflOV
without machinery of administration Md an loiivh M wee by
THE GREAT to Mehemet All In recognition of tbeservices J& I uMn KITUKKA lur-
Office at TITUSVILI.B FLA. a total Investment of $202.517.072. Thl .
other than that of the little town on .... 4111. You ...n
which the latter bad renderedto sum however, represents only the live lengthen ID life-raak.II
the south of
FAMILy coast the Island. There IHMC
the porte and ever since """' 1 Its affairs : utilized Iwlro at. long M IIoruloarlly
D.I. QATJLDEN. DICINE cnpltiil and the value of the are a number of American settlers on would.

"-- :=;;. have (been administered by an I sand buildings, tools!!, machinery and the' Island whb object to their condition.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Egyptian official The latter tbe other implements. The value EUREKAHarness
of the
product
1 =-c. They do not wish to be Cubans!!,
day saw fit to try to collect a goat tax. of the i
for
industry one Is givenas
Will praotloa In all the Courts of the State year but If they cannot be Americans they

l ot Florida, and the United States Courts. whereupou the Inhabitants, In high $347.005,050.: which Is an Increase ot do not want to go without Cuban support u ) Oil

t".O Bo.,235. TTTUSVUiK, WLAC saved Thedford's doctors' Black-Draught bills for more than has dudgeon, appealed to the sultan on 24 per rent In a decndo To producethis for their schools. Cuba uigy not f

sixty years. For the common fam- the ground that his predecessor' did not lurched an outlay of $30.000,710 be Inclined to agree to the exclusion of sect .makes.<.... Ilk.a poor n...looklnir.. Mail has or1'

.. J. WEBB ily ailments such as constipation give the island Itself to Meheinet, but for salaries of officials and clerks, $84,. the Isle of Pines from the boundariesof pun, henry. hixltoil. / oil, *.. I

j' indigestion hard colds,bowel complaints only Its produce and revenue. The 240.8811 for wages, $55,807,520 for nilscellamouai the republic. It"Is only provided by pwlulH tbs praparml"'''.Ih.r.|o wlUfaiaiitl I 1,

ATTORNEY chill* and fever, bilious- porto promptly acquiescing in this I .. 1 111
AT-LAW, headaches ( expenses and $SG$50,200 for the Platt amendment that the question tau hannol v nrwh_ {
fleas and
other like I
1
ordered that the island be Incorporated -& | VIM.
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th complaints no other medicine is view materials used.I Over .1,230,000,00(1! of sovereignty over the Island 1I I

j Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents necessary. It invigorates and reg/ in the vilayet of Salonika pounds. of paper were used during ball be settled by treaty. Aa this bus Mid ft} STANDARD OIL CO. i i'n

j and rents and accounts collected. Mates the liver assists diction, and sent the deputy governor of Kovala : 1000, of which almost 78 per cent was not yet been done tbe status ot the j

" TITOSVILLE. FX.OBIDA. purifies stimulates the action blood of and the purges kidneys the with a force of gendarmes, to establish consumed for newspapers. The, total Isle of Pines Is problematical.

bowels of foul accumulations. It an administration. circulation per Issue of dailies wa
BEST FOR THEBOWELS
A D. PENNEY cures liver complaint indigestion Tho Egyptian otllclala protested loudly enough to supply one paper for every; King Edward's Illness is giving hisIlndl'IItutly.
sour stomach dizziness but the Turks had possession
--thills five Inhabitants the Prince of Wales, a

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, rheumatic pains troubles sideache, backache which as everybody' knows( is nine An Interesting disclosure made by thu chance to occupy the center of the

i TrrusviLLE diarrhoea,kidney, biliousness, constipation, piles,, hardcolds points of the law, and paid no attentionto census report and one of much elgnlflciinoo stage to n much greater extent than he

FLORIDA. and] headache' Every druggist them. to tho readers of newspapersIs might otherwise hare done for a good; ton ha..n't a r.a you'r.:itnr.: .Iii healthy or will mpr.m.e/b. a.ap ,,th...

j Will practice In all the courts of the 7th has Thedford's BlackDraughtin Up to this point the squabble seemedto the fact thnt of all newspapers and ninny years. It must be admitted, F.bow.i..ry.1.r.pnlsnnl.Ian.. w.l. ..r..ln' rnna,'to. ,The h.p..el.n.th.N..a.l..t .1...

Judicial Circuit. 25 cent packages;\ and in mam- be a local affair of no great conse- periodical establishments 03 no.I e.rr.-twa7 .. .oplnll Ii,. huwalioi..r
however that :
moth size for $1.00. Never over percent ho Is playing tbe star and: alma i.$0 tak.
accepta
substitute. Insist on having the queix-e, but now It Is understood' that wore owned by Individuals, SO percent part very cr(' ltli bly. CANDY

I A. MORGAN original! made by the Chattanooga Lord Cromer bus Intimated that Great 11)> partnerships and only 17.per CATHARTIC .d.- ;

FREDERICK Medicine Company. Britain Is the khedlve's I protector and cent by. corporations. Not Over-Wise. ....... ,.,. n A"'II h n rlIIoo.. t tt

REAL ESTATE AND'INSURANCE, I bellqve Thedford'i Black-Drnught ",1lI.not suffer blm to be defrauded of Of the great mass of'industrial data There Is Rn allegorical picture of\ girl' "" M fW. II

|I. the but medicine on earth. It Is his right. It so happens that Thasos* collected by the twelfth census and scared at a grass-hopper, but In the act of
Loans Notary Public. good for and I havea heedlessly treading on a snake. This Is !
any everything. diminutive! aa it Is, baa great stew I
now being> tabulated and publishednothing
{Collections, Typewriting Stenography. family of twelve children and for I paralleled by the man who spends a I Urge I
: value Inasmuch It Is in
tegical as a -
position
is of Interest of
greater
four years I have kept them on foot I public sum money building cyclone collar,
TITUSVII.I.E FLA.VADE and healthy with no doctor but Black. to command the Dardanelles and sltcnlllconco than these figures) regarding but neglects to provide his family witha 1

Draught. A. J. GREEN Illewara. .La. nud some of the German papers are be- the publishing industry. They bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera ".

U. JONES A ginning to warn Turkey not to permit, and Diarrhoea Remedy as a safeguard EAT 'EM LIKE CANDYPl.a.nntPalatahl.Pnt.nLTaet.flood.
\ have to Ill with the mightiest agency .... ,
.
bowel > 0.
against whose r
victims oH
.
.. complaint
; ... It to fall Into British hands. On this for the dissemination I .T.|S oak,,. or lirllw." ID, II. and M ...nw; I
of Intelllginrt1 lV..kO"i
popular outnumber those of the hundred
oyolose a r.It'! boa. r.. sample, and bugk .' on
REAL -- -- -- -- point, at least, the sultan needs no ( ami be tonne. Thltll'olllt'tII.! Aililrcn W
ESTATE AND INSURANCE, may regarded as bit- everywhere rnoognlzod SUIU.NII ...ID\ ra>r>nv, ........w saw YORK.
Our ,Farm Machinery In Germany. adjuration us. bo will Burreudt'r'1I0tb. rami'iorN of the popular appetite for as the most prompt aud reliable
Loans and Collections.TITUSVIIXE )) ing It ho can help It. mrdlclno In use for these dlHonsns. For' KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN I
United States Consul Harris, ot Mann- reading. sale and
by druggist; medicine dealers.Tbo .
FLORIDA. helm Germany, sends to the state department ,
The Fuel of the Future. Thousands Have
at Washington an Interesting Kidney Trouble
Since Maine has demonstratedthat
girl
n
A. of the sixteenth annual The almost continuous troubles be- dominating Influence of Emperor
WORLEY report exposition and Don't Know it.
GEO. she van throw a baseball IM5: fe..tnnll
Francis In the affairs of Aus .
of the German Agrlcultuarl society tween the owners and operators of the Joseph t
nit iieftirntcl.v\ and swiftly as n professional has again been strikingly' now To Find Out.
ATTORNEYAT.LAW.h coalfields and their workmen In both tria-Hungary
just closed at Mannheim, In which ore
Fill bottle
the funny parngrnphern will a or common class with
eneral practice In State and Federal] ] the anthracite and bituminous! regions demonstrated by tho result of the joint your
shown the superiority and Increased demand '""t water and let It stand; tweniy-foui hour.; a
have to scmicti the cnn't throw
Courts. All business woman ministerial council held r'Cpntlyludor
entrusted will for American machinery and and the consequent perplexities and sediment or settling -
receive prompt attention ,joke otT the list of stock, subjects his presidency. before It assembled it
farming Implement extra expense to wblcb the public Is .. Indicates an
eneral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate of subjected have set many people to' -"T- looked ns If the relations between thopartners unhealthy condition \ j
)Every leading manufacturer harvesting
Miami.MIAMI. As ItoHtand has (pln.rs net mi My on the In the double of ha kld-
monarchy wore
., machinery In the United States I thinking of other sources of fuel supply tiI If It stains l
FLORIDA. yss
market It any be IIHHUIIKM that he Is $I
strained to tbe of
tlinn the coal I mines and have point open rupture.
S
I was represented at the fair with from your linen It I to: j
the best eif the advertising bout
Kitting The two minister evident
'TAMES ANDREWS ten to twenty machines. A Toronto brought Into prominence tile possibility prime were evidence of kidney d\
between him and Mr. Gross ofCblcago.Between ou' cool the trouble t too r
/ company bud n large and well selected and feasibility of oil us the fuel ly terms inspired newspapers
--- --- I
'frequent desire to
ATTORNEY T.T.\.W. of "ll'lUlIuud
of the future.If Budapest were
, exhibit. Two or three English manufacturers the coal trust and the smoke. pass It or pain In
I.,Alain office and postofllce address TITUS- and the same number of Ger it does not supersede coal as a fuel life of the who Indulging lu mutual recriminations of the back Is also, ,

VILI.B. Branch office at FORT PIERCE. man firma had displays. ]Many! of the for use In large, concerns lilt steamshipand Inspector the man requires the bitterest kind, und on both sides convincing proof that the kidneys'and bladderara -' ,
Ills altogether
In business Is
rosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. machines were kept In motion. In this railroad lines and factories oil! steuiu not there was talk of the-establtuhmeiit! ofa out! of order ,--' ,
a happy one. What to Do. .
Notary Public State at Large. class the American exhibits were far will prove a good alternative fact. separate custoni frontier at tbe ear There
---- ---- ---- I Is comfort In the knowledge to'
In the lead and attracted much uttentlon. 1st already proving so. Southern California Jatie'Toppnn' will doubtless! continue pleat poMMlblo: moment But now grim i often' expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- 1

TEPIIEN E. FOSTER The same was true of Imyrakes has been using oil as fuel for t e i 6 eel Jess: an Ionic alt she can get u reporter .vlsugod war hal muootlivd liar wrinkled- Root, the treat kidney remedy fulfills. every' j j
tedders, cultivators and other lighter years, and the Southern Pacific railway trout and put on tug smiles. o? gentle: wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
to offer the slightest Inducements -
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, Implements. luis lately flouted $4.000.000 of pence Tbe emperor bus) declared that back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part \

Gerinnu bonds fur adapting Its locomotives to ,. .p IK.... .!, the dangerous game of bluff wblcgjia! of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability" I
Sims Building\ farm' machinery generally! to hold water and scalding pain In passing

JACKSONVILLE FLA. says Mr. IlarrlH. Cecilia heavy and burning oil. Changes like this have ICnw'H\ ThiN ? been plTij-ed" FoF io i long r'musfTie i stopped It, or bad effects following use of liquor, \

clumsy compared with the American. been going on III railroads factories and henceforth the watchword wlna or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant,
We liter One Hundred Dollars Reward
and i to be rovoiiHIIutlon.." Negotiations for necessity of being compelled to go often''
milt-bine and lighting
shops
Parts IK powerplants
on which there little or no II
'EOROE W. ALLEN, for any case "f Catarrh that cannot be during the day, and ta times'
strain are made unnecessarily strong. and owing to recent Improvements cured! bv HallV Catarrh) Cure.F. the renewal of the iiUNglptcli and the during the night The get mild uP'and many the extraordinary -,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW This ,tendency appears In liayrakps the cost la much leva than formerly J.CIIKKHBY: Co., Props., Toledo O. revision, of the autonomous tariff are to effect of Swamp. oot Is soon: i

KEY WEST FtOBiDA. grain drills mowers tedders. shovel and tht use of oil fuel Is Inv We the iimleisluraed; have known F. J. bo renewed and nobody neeiu to doubt realized. It stands the highest for Its won- p
Dheoney for the lint, 15 years, and believe that a satisfactory of' derful cures of the most distressing cues.
Will practice In the United States plows, wevders, burrows etc.. and reflects creasing' dully. \Vunt.ls more gratify- him agreement Home If need 1.
perfectly honorable In all business you a medicine should have the
you
and State Courts. DjunOS the German, Idea that an Implement lug.to the passengers on the r&Ilronds. transactions and financially able to W"d will bo reached and all prediction best. Sold druggists In SOo.\ and$1. Ilzel.

should. not only do the work but at the west using oil la that It does out any obligations made by their carry. of tho alarmist falsified. A. the oil You may have a sample bottle_of this \

S. BURNIIAM M. D. give evidence of. lasting qualities.My way with the smoke, sparks and cin WRit 1'.1: THUAX, Wholesale' Druggists, proverb suys "A wetcbod pot never wonderful discovery
N. ders. Toledo, 0.; W ALl>IN(}, Kix.f AN& MAR bolls." and a book that tells
boy when four years old was taken VI Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O.Hall's more about It, both'sent II li i,:
j
Up: to the time the west has
his present
with collo and cramps In stomach I
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, absolutely free by mall. USfc ftfflS
sent for the doctor and he Injected morphine been quicker to profit by this new discovery actlnll fllrnnr.]* nnnn the blood and 1"'... Tbe latest report of the department address rf>, Kllm..1'I & ._
Ear, Nose and Throat. but the child kept Retting; ; worse. than the east, but the whole cons surfaces'of the-system.-- :- Price 7lkt-1 I of agriculture on the condition of the Co., Binghamton, N. Y.. Wheni'rlttni i mention

EST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. Chamberlain's I then gave him Colic half, CholAra a teaspoonful and Diar of country Is likely to have to come to it per bottle. Hold by all druggists. Ten- vnr'ous cereal crop of the country I Iii reading. this generous offer In this paper.. l
tl monl d. free, ,
In order to be Independent of the fluctuating j decidedly encouraging. While It la
rhoea Remedy, and In half an hour he Hall's Family. I'lltB are the best.
|T \B. HOUQlITO was sleeping and soon recovered-F. L. coal supply from whatever truo that there bus been a considerable I

Wilklng; Shell Lake WIs. Mr. WllklasIs cause decline, both In the acreage and volum -

bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lum- An official return of Incomes the rte"I
] subject of wheat harvest
a* compared
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS ber Co. For sale by all druggists and j
'
medicine dealers. YOU KNOW WHAT TOP ARM TAKING to taxation In Prussia which has been with the record of last year, tore 1 I. jI

on the "Dentos" When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill published recently shows that In tbe by present1' Indications u gain In the I

Now AT PALM BEACH. L.r....t Doek of All. : Tonlo because the formula is plainly lust tea yours the number of person corn crop equivalent In volume to more I

The new Maas dock at Rotterdamwill i printed on every bottle showing that It Is with Incomes ranging from 000 marks than w billion bushels while the crop Knolen and sotontoherebtr
ilmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless
--- - - be the largest In the world. It fo.-ro. No No ftOots. ((9323); ) to 3,000 murk ($750)) has! Increased of oat also promises to be the largest
cure pay. good
oley's Kidney Cure covers 150 acres and will be twenty- by /03) per cent while the number that tills country ha. ever known. An crops
feet art grolen
lakes kidneys and bladder right. eight deep. Fireproof Railway Train. of Incomes over D.OQO murk bas added billion bunhela of corn. !If it can

-- A Worm Killer. All the new trains. on tbe Central ,I Increased by 37 per cent. The rise be finally harvested, uieanu an enormous Sold everywhere.

London rnltway are to lie of fireproof from Incomes below to Incomes above benefit to agricultural Interestsof 190 Annual 'FREE.
J. A. J. Montgomery Fuxico, Wayne
Co., Mo., whites: "I have little twlo girls, construction steel and ivbentn. beinglargely (XX) ) marks bill been prox>rtlonatttly ; all kind It may DOW )bo fairly estimated D. M. P."HY L 60.D.trolt. .

irginiaHOmes who have been bothered with worms all UHed. Other precautions for much greater than that from income that this billion/ of bushel ..
their lives. [ tried everything to relieve. the safety of passengers are beingtaken. a I'I'Mlo"
below to Income above 8.000 marks. over and above the corn .crop of lust
them which failed until I used White'sCream
Tbe number of persons enjoying Incomes year willm! worth approximately
'- -
Vermifuge; the first two doses I
You learn all about Virginia; Lands brought: four worms from one of them TIM man who has Invented a new of l>)0 to 3.OUO marks has always |.->(IO.CHX.)),0, fo be divided among the The L.argost- dM t' Cora- 'I

Its resources, products, mode of cultivation the next two doses twelve, one of them way of cutting diamonds might now teen six or seven times; as great a* farmers the railroads and the handler DlAte Establishment South. i iGEO.

prices etc., by, reading the ; twelve Inches; the other child was only that of those buying Incomes of 3,000 of grain the larger share of tills sum
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. relieved of four worms. It Is a most excellent turn his attention to the discovery of marks and but the the
upward aggregate going to teat named clll.... S. HACKER &
for 3 months subscription to the menlolne.Vblte's Cream Ver some way of cutting the price of them. income of the former class has not -- -- --- .-.- SON, I IIANUJI'ATUnEnR
Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. mifuge; Is good for children. It not only
destroys worms, it helps the child to per Canada should. lose no opportunity toIl.t been much larger than that of the lat. Dysentery Cured Without the Aid
fect growth wards off sickness. 2,:c. at ter: and its Income tux contribution of Doctor.
rid of any remnants of It. reputation p
SALVE B. R. Wilson A; Son's.A has been much less. This raises. the '
ANNER as a safe harbor for embezzlers "I am just up from._ hard spell of the
presumption that the burden of tbe lux" (dysentery) say )II'. T. A. Plnnu.
j the most healing salv.In' the world. Cheap Indian Itlver Home. from the United States.
-- .-- -- tax! falls on tbe shdlilders of those a well known merchant of Drummond,
Tenn. "I used small bottle ofChamberlaln'a
This place consists. of acres % fever Is best able to bear It. ['l'non.Vltli In- one
13'i flay now carrying a good Colic, Cholera and. .Ia--
mile north of Fort Tierce lour acres comes '"-om MOO to 3.0X mark with
BO YEARS' many of Its victims-to tbe mountains. hoei" Remedy, and was cured! without
EXPERIENCE are cleared and fenced, and there are he int-ntuers of their households having a doctor. ( consider U the beet ,

:!,000 bearing pineapple plants on the Cure Eczema, Itching Humors, formed In 1001 30.41 per cent of the cholera medicine In the world" There
ilare. There are.lJi. acres ready to setin I. need cf doctor when aM
IMmples and Carbuncle no employing a
of Prussia while
population ,
t e orange trees and pineapples. The person.
this remedy Is used, fur no doctor can
remaining nine acres U good pineapple Costs :Nothing to Try. with Incomes above:If)() mark formed prescribe a better medicine for bowel

1. land and a portion of it good for trees JJ. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is now oa a similar calculation 4.31 per! cent: complaint In any form either for childrenor

It i'... a frontage on Indian III vel'. The recognized aa n certain and sure cure for -, -.... adults. It never fall and I I.* pleasant

,I''' '. best 'uildlng i site It: on a high elevation eczema, Itching/ .hlo humors scabs plm- (JiiCMtloii Answered. to take. For sale by all druggists and OF
1' TRO76tNSNa overlooking the river, tin town, plea, scales, watery blisters, aching bones medicine dealer Doors Sash Blinds
't Co* "vmoHT Ac.Anrrtffi and the Indian Hirer Inlet. There Is or> joints, bolls carbuncles, prlehlog paInIn Yes August FJow.r, .tlll l.as the largest ,
nrlfnij aak..h.nd dcwwrtptlon mTrjnin no house on the premi.....". the skin old eating sores, ulcers, etc. ale of Any medicine In the civilized
III" ;]y a* jri4 tit ntir ipmttii Ire5' wb'nmmunlra'I.tdletl7Mnndmt.lpLIbutb.r.kow cb.r aa. Fort Pierce Is a division point on the' Botanic Blood Balm, taken Internally world. Your mothers' and grandmoth- How It II......... He aiding & Building Material

I Ibftrik .....ata Florida East Coast Railway and a placeof ares the worst and most deep-seated ers'-Dover thought of usinganythiog/ else Mr, Nexdore-ily daughter was
I Hnlnnra free. (taken,idat aumtojr fhrooaii for Mann Mruniiil* Ca.rec f..T. some importance with good pro aees by enriching purifying and vltallz- for Indigestion or biliousness. Doctors practicing her now concert piece'(fustlight. Cfflce/ fc: Warerooms King opposite

[ *f<*u ffMCic*., wtt. hout obnnr..in th. jects for future development. There log the blood thereby giving a healthy were scarce, mid they seldom heard ofAppendicitis ..1,1,0U hear her? Cannon Mtre.t.Charlcston .
are stores of all kin'lsseveralchurches l blood supply to the akin Botanic Blood Nervous Prostration orleart
S. C.
Sti ri\al1.
ntin Jim Mn
( school postolllce, telegraph office,etfJ Maim II the only cure to stay cured, for failure, etc. ,They used August IVpprcy-Oh. yes. ,
[ A h.n<1.omely ma.t"".,..l .....t,,.. T.._ Mr.eulatb. .. This place will make a fine home and theM awful annoying/ skin troubles. It Flower to clean out the system and stop Sir. Nf'.IdorUow was It? '
., ?, .oh.ntlort 'o,, ..!. Term.: ,ed of being made quite a heals and the rich SIrn. ('ppprey-I limply) couldn't getaway : Sash Cord and
n jinr.. r.mr month.,9*. $old v/Sal rew.d.ai.m. capable plantation. every sore .gives )glowof ermentalloii undljjentwi food regulate Weights
f.1UNN & CO.3818roadway. New York Five hundred orange and grape health to tbe skin. Build op the the actlou of the liver, stimulate tb* new : that' bow It wa.-l'hll4dolphln. ,
1 frnlt trees.and ),$>0pineapple plants broken down body and makes the blood oua and organic:: action of the system, Press.
ttmreb G01a.. dui r 8t..WMblomoo' ,n.li Hardware
ran be placed on It. Fine flailing,huntIng red and nourishing. Especially advised and that I I. all they took when feeling
------ and oysterlng in the immediate vicinity for chronic old canes that doctor, patent dull and I bad with headache and other

LD' LEAD FOR SALE. In any quantl-! tort Pierce 1* headquarters medicines and hot springs fall to cure acb_ You only need a Jew dose of' Window and Fqncy Clash

[ ty.at the ADVOCATE olllce.oley's for hunting, fishing sports getifrallly. Iruggists, 91. To prove B. B, B. cures treea's August Flower, In ll'iuld form / A SPECIALTY.

I I Price $l. f)0) ,which Is very cheap. ares, sample! sent free and prepaid by to make you satisfied there i i. nothing

Tarilures For full information address' Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Oa. serious toe matter with yon. Yon can Thl ffnatnre !I. on .r.ry boa of tb. ....1..
Honey and I C. T. MCCAUTT, Describe trouble and free medical: : advice get this reliable remedy at B. R. Wilson Laxative Drome-Quinine T.blet Foley's Honey and Tar

colds, prevents pneumonia. Ankona Brevard County, Fla. sent In sealed letter &: Hon. Get Green's Hpeelal Almanac. the ....dr that curve a c.M l a .- day IOl'chJ1dr n.l ,.un. No opl.tes.FAST



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1 JAMES.: PBWCHABD, President; Wit. M. BROWN, Vice-president
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, STOP ir. C. S. ScHtnrjJCR; Cashier. W. S. Awt. Cashier.INDIAN .


Several ladies in town having RIVER STATE BANK
WBKLT JFOtrmitAL DBVOTBD TO THB Dgtg''
drawn attention to the fact that
Or.BUT' 0. THB IHDIAH BITBB, tau
... profane language Is frequently beIng ,
'i WOBTH AND BICOAVSB.... .BOTIOBI.
+ used on our streets by men who i HealthFOR COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

I f PUBLISHED: KYKBT: FBtDAT. should have some respect for other A QUARTER I Ir Authorized capital, $t Ooeoc

n people, if not for themselves, wherewith Paid up capital $25ooc
.u.LU H. W.iLTOJI. Editor ft Fubllaher.l print the Titusville town People who here torpid liver find life a raieer- Average deposits $100OQc
l+ ; ordinance, which shows that those able .erietmnoe and take purge and dnetto drug .
I + + Discontinuance of advt. must be made perk who obscene 'which gripe and rack the bowel' ,when all tbey need Ie -
use langu.
profane or
f ga11y at this office or toy writing. s gentle reminder to the aver to do It* duty. Transacts a General
k age on our streets 'are liable to a Banking
One of $50 or 20 days at hard la- 11 P LIVER PILLS 33
Cnoak etc., b.made payable to CHABLC MOTON'S
t may ,.
i WALTON,pulrileher. bor. The ordinance Is as follows: J. PELLETS Business.
"Am ICLI VIL Tear, Gwitl Order
4I 4 .. find Moral' *.-lie It ordained by the are mUd In their lotion. The pill itlmulate the Uver to It* Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
.ddr. all communications to ,
I .. Council; of tbe Town of Tltunvllle, that proper' work, and the pellet invigorate| the' > system in a* a
i ; EAST COAST ADVOCATE whoever shall In this town, wilfully dis whole; tn abort, they both assist! Nature, which to all m f'' Exchange bought; and old on all Foreign
( TITOSVILLB. FLORIDA. turb'the peace of others by violent, tu- medicine ebonieS do. Remember that ZS doses for 25 = s Countries.
mutinous or offensive conduct or carriage day cost 2So. You can have a free eunple 11' t --
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or by> loud and unusual noise, or by you want it. e treatment,and every favor contdetantwith jioiiti
( 8. Department of Agriculture uneemly, profane vh'ffrie or o./'shelve BROWN MFO. CO. r. l i rvative banking cranted.CORRESPONDENTS con
lnr.g'iayf, calculatil to provoke* oreac t
+ Bureau'-Jupiter, Fla. of tbe pence shall, upon ct'Dvlo- New York rr ti a? National hank of New' t tBeabuard York ant
t i tlon, be lined In a sum not exceeding and areeneville 2 _y_ National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla.

The following i* a comparative state $90 or be Iniprlnoned for not more than Ten n. rx 1rr1:] S.y-IL4LIJ F'L.1,..
-of temperature and rainfall for the twenty days at hard labor or both." ,
endlnjt Tuesday, Aug. 12,1002. Referring to this ungentlemanly --- -- --

2} ; .. MAX.89-1902 MIN.-75 MAX.80-1801 MI3_74, the and St.exceedingly Augustine unbecoming Record says habit: i TILE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

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H"A 92 70 87 78 "One of the most disgusting and senseless -
80 78 87 7 5 habits Indulged, in on the publIc Sold by B. R. WILSON & SON, TITUSVILLE./ '
) 87 70 88 73 streets.. that 0' nrfimtftnuniiK nrnfa.nltv _. Wood Coal Coke Brick, Lime Cement
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r 87 79 86 76 It Is a form of ;; Igarlty-tha"tlsan offense :
1 88 74 81 7J to every decent person who hearsIt WEATHER REPORT. *
'I 89 70 85; .. 72 and Is an Insult to the respectable W WASHINGTON D. C.
i Total rainfall for the weak: .41 women who are continually shocked and By Rev. Jas. n. White, observer for Vitrified, Paring and Sidewalk Brick,,,tit
from normal rainfall for the annoyed by it. Weather Bureau U. S. Government. ONLY $16.05.

I,. : minus .74 laches. Departure "There is no use for profanity on our SUMMA.HT FOR JULY. 11)0') !. Offices foot of Dogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. ;g?
normal rainfall since January 1, streets, and the police should make I It From Jacksonville, corresponding
8.73 Inches.HAL. their duty to arrest any one whom they Highest temperature on the" 20tl 7th. .. i.OLowe8t" rates from other points. First- J. K.: MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
P. HABDIK Observer. find guilty of it. A consistent course of 72.0 class round-trip tickets on sale
fines and Imprisonment pronounced b' Mean for the month.. . ., 82.4 Oct :J, 4,5 and C, limit by extension --
Average mean for 21 .. 81.9)
------------- the municipal fudge, would soon breakIt years. boo additional to Nov. 3rd.
Highest "ml80J.; 83.2 Account G.A.R. No extra
t WE return thanks to our friends up. charge
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Lowest "in 1883. bO.I for fast time the lazuiious & Baker
: the pineapple section, who were Rainfall In Inches . . . 5.20 service o'THE or : MeMurray
enough to send us some dello THERE l is no doubt about it, that Average for '25; years. ;. .. .. .. 5.27 ,
working hours in the South in the Greatest In 1i*8i.& .. 11.72 NEW INITIAL
j, pineapples. time rather' Least .' -" in 1883.: .. 080 LINE AT 401-4:13 East Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida.!
\ summer in
are -Iong
; Prevailing direction of wind .. SE JACKSONVILLE.The .
ADVERTISERS: are you'not losing fact, very little difference is madeIn Number of clear days. . .',' ''11'. 23 -Makers and Jobbers of-.--
; the working. hours in stores in fair . .. ... \ 0 .
1' y I and throwing energy to the summer or winter. In the large '" .. cloudy :. .. . 2 Southern Railway.MOST .

\ the when ADVOCATE you are? not using space chits, in Kngland and up North, Island" Home" days, with rain .. 7 LUXURIOUS Vehicles, Harness, Carriage and Wagon Material,

the proprietors of big establish lleriltts Island Via,.
I ; ments came to the conclusion that TRAINS. I Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
'1 ::1 To KEEP in good health in sum- IN THE WORLD.
', a, half holiday would do no harm A tare Chance. First-Class Repairing: and Painting, &c. &c.
: erer, an English physician says : to their .employees, so decided! to Every morning at 1):110) < o'clork. I
1" good ripe food for breakfast, give them a breathing spell by allowing 1110-100 acres, 000( feet frontage on Every evening at 7:35; o'clock '
also for lunch, but avoid pork them Indian and Banana rivers. GOD to 700 from Jacksonville; less than 23
Jr, .' pastry, hot cakes and too much two o'clock to go home at In one, or citrus trees about half coming: Into hours to Washington via South- East Coast LUIIlber--Supply-Co
ad.
on
Saturdays. era Railway.
f'1'- r fried flsh. Eat only once bearing, oranges, tangerines, grapefruit ,
J potatoes ditlon to this, the storekeepers closed kumquats, 0 bearingmangoes, City ,Ticket Office, 108 West Bay St.
rtI j a day, drink as little as possible of their stores In the evening between :3 bearing avocadoes, )14,000 bearing Jacksonville, Fla..
1 ,Ii{ 'G tea or coffee. Take a bath everyday five and six o'clock 'in the pines,300 to 400 bear)ng guavas,besides Full Information. can be obtained GENERAL: OFFICE: EAU OALLIE: :, FLA.

I'' I I and if possible, sleep eight I summer time, thus giving the whole grapes, bananaspersimmonsa purseryof from Yards at Tltusvllle\ Eau Gallie and Fort Pierce.
ii about 1,000)sour trees
JJI t; hours and walk at least four mile of those in their orange ready H. F. CART F. P. A. Jacksonville Fla.
much.
bud few
employ to
; a day. a a peach trees,3 acres veget- Complete stock of.Lumber. Building Material of all kinds; Sash and Doors,
4t needed rest. If people would do able land, 4-Inch artesian well, large
y ""It'lli t 1 1I their shopping earlier in the day, !. wharf, drive well, soft water, 8-l-oom ARE yOU A BOAT-BUILDER ? If Blinds and Builders' Hardware., Address all orders to the General Office
'1 't i; IT is not every person in this Instead of until dwelling,store building packinghouse you are, get one of Walton's Patent -
waiting eight
I or
,,- it who knows that there I is. ; tool house warehouse, :2-ton Ice box, Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat-
an
r rI country nine o'clock do it oil
to we are almostsure 2 acres poultry yard. Fruit this
r J" t l American peerage published, el ml- the storekeepers would close year will bring ,*.'))00 to $10(. Rent boats builder more and rapIdly owners than of boats.'any Calks other Hodges <& 3ara

,J, t lar to that in England. "Titled their stores earlier, and by eo doing from vegetable land,will keen up grrov*. I calking tool In the world. Price $4.00 ,
1 r 9 Americans"gives a list of American give themselves a rest aa wellas P. A. McAIiLi-Ajr.\ and $8.00 each, at ADVOCATE office ...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
I ?" 'j l\\ ladies who have married titled Eng their employees. Who will start Eau Gallie, F a. Tltusvllle, Fla. Rough
,I' ;" lishmen, and a certain number of the and CYPRESS ,AND .YELLOW PINE LUMBER
early in Ti
closing movement ,
J ', Are You Going North ?
t Dressed
r j fl II jji'. those who have,married titled for tusvllle? This nlllce!( closes at five Clyde Steamship Line. .
Box Head Fruit
and
i elgners. We are told that in this Orange: *, Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
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t, o'clork on Saturday afternoons, It you are can buy a first-clans Tickets and reservations via the Clyde MillM and office located at Buffalo Bluff Flit.Vrhe us for prices deliveredto
I f kJ book is a list appended of the unmarried winter' and summer. round trip ticket over the 'lyde: or Mallory Steamship Line can be secured of Cliaa. any part of the /Slate.: Address: Hodges &; O'Hara Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

:tl scions_ of nobility with '. lines cheap, bv wilting, or callingat U. Walton, itt the ADVOCATE office, TI. -T- -- -- --- ---- -.- +
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': their estimated incomes.! the ADVOCATE ollice, Titusville. tusvllle.
!1'1' 'li KING' EDWARD VII was crowned ').-l'a The Oldest Established Drain and Seed House in the State.
last and coronation ----------------- .
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r''I, f ; IN California the newspapers say; was ushered with royal salutes PUIIHA}
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4", i I that rived among from the the Important engagement gains of de ki Tower great guns of London being tired and from at Hyde the The Pioneer Cooperage. Wm. A. Sours: cSs Co

i I competent'! man in the field to gather Park. This historic LAGRANGE .
event took FLORIDA.
1 I tl U;1'1 I i t the State exhibit for the World's place in 'St. Peter's church, which I manufacture all kinds and plzea of TANKS cheaply and expeditlously.: GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
t, I Fair in the collection of a mass of Westminster When In need of tank write
for fill
adjoins Abbey, King a me estimate aal euu your order to perfection.
,'tt'1 I ,' data that will be very valuable. Edward having been crowned at TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla. Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers

Field Commissioner Dietrich, of 12 ::39' and Queen Alexandria,, at KJJ "u'uMiits
f California, has-collected more'daaof *?. ? 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Ap.la.tut .
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12 :60
: p. m., on Saturday, Aug. 9th
h ''f; a reliable nature regarding fruit Comparatively few traces of the Purina Feed. Warehouses 'on tracks of S.A. L.fc'y. and Plant Sjsteo.

I HI production than'all that King's recent severe illness were
i I has been collected by all other visible, and the ceremony passedoff .The Best.
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I 1 agencies. without a hitch, and "to the .. The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block.

I King's taste." It is said to have
t Do NOT destroy the ADVOOATB after been t the grandest event thaj. ever
1 t' I have finished reading it. took \Veetmlnlter's ,
', you place old PATENTED IN THE UNITED STATES and all I CIVIUZED COUNTKIE.
\ > ; but enclose it in an envelope that church, and twenty-six Americans Is "
t: I has been opened ; put a Ic. stamp saw It-all personally invited by .

II i upon It, and send it to a friend in ling Edward The Abbey and This SELF-LOCKING TACKLE :BLOCK which[ has Just been

\ ,1' the North, East, South or ,West. St. Peter's, church were packed with patented In all the civilized countries throughout the world, will
'! They will appreciate getting the the nobility Great Britain and hoist and lower like any block and tackle, and WILL STOP AND

pink paper, and many will consider Ireland, and presented a spectacleof the i LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed. Soft Rope Wire
.'':r, i it as good as a long letter, ae.lt unusual magnificenc Always Cheapest. Rope or Chain ran be used. Nothing: to get out'of orderany person

i\ 'f,1, gives general happenings of inter. -.:...y can use it. NO CLEAT NEEDED. The same device l is uSl'tlln

", eat along the Ease Coast of Florida, LOCATING tbe Fair at Lake City Cheek and Deck Blocks. Will hoist, lower and lock at will, from

J t j where many of your friends have, In the week following the Georgia below or at any height, upside down or at any angle, an ounce or:S!

i : no doubt, visited.) State Fair at Valdosta, will have If intend to orders for t 4 tons, according to the size and shape of the tackle block. Only one
: the advantage. of bringing to the you place rope, chain or wire rope is used at a tinge 'I'hesame pulley docs for

.; 'I GCVEJKAL UOTIIA the noted Boer Florida Fair a large number of flue each. There la no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger attach

; 1 f general, who is on a trip to England exhibits and superior attractions ment to this device.
; !i : and America, says : "We have which would not otherwise have' The Self-Locking Tackle Block is necessary for Yachts and Ves

I I burled our flag and our arms, and been available. Our State Fair will eels of all kinds, Bridge and House Building, Aerial Trolley. nail;

1 I we now hope for continued peace. therefore, really be com posed of the ORANGE WRAPS. roads, Quarries, Lumbermen, Warehouses, Masons, Foundries Marine SerUcft,

We declared war against England best part of the Georgia Fair, with Mines, Machine Shops, Steamboats Stage Scenery, Painters, Circuses, Breweries
I\\L but she was too hard to beat. In the complete Florida exposition In . Wells, Stables, Harness Rooms, Butchers! Tanneries, Slaughter House.
i i '.ft : the event of England getting into addition. Factories of all kinds; for use In hoisting ashes, and for farms and plantations,

t j E. trouble with any other country, Fire Escapes, Fire Departments, Riggers. Can also be used In the Protection

I 1 a we will fight for her, shoulder to CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE. Plain Printed of Fruit Trees and gathering of Fruit and Vegetables, stretching wires and
1', IJ shoulder, aa we did against, her. or ., rppes of all kinds Hoisting Flags, Dumb ',Waiters Elevators, Sail Boats of'',

,,1; ', ( Oar prospects for the future, under ,1 The Clyde ships calling\ from Jackson ,* kinds, Awnings, Tents, Blinds, Bicycles, Electric Light purposes, Sash Light

: ;t I British rule, are very bright." tile Mill continue to go north full of '' In :Meat Markets and Store of all kinds, Hunting Camps, and Private Houses( ,
t I 1 lasaengers. It Is evident that this popu- Colored or White '" from the kitchen to the bed room. In fact, it can be used with great utility
let line is a great favorite with the travel- wherever a tackle block Is needed. It
saves time and labor tying
I warfare still for home *'* money as no
TnKjguerilla: con. lug public our people have been 5:1::
? j tinues'in tbe Philippine Islands yearly patronizing the Clyde Line and or fastening of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything else] ,Is needed.
, I, I and Captain Cook, who admitted seem thoroughly wUtsfled with the ships All kinds and all sizes can be used either ashore or aboard ship, and wi'! ,
service, stateroom accommodations, etc. not cost much more than the ordinary pulley blocks. WALTON'S PATES 1'
killing three Filipino prisoners has The Clydes are progressive people andre ]For Good Quality Full Size and Full Count
SELF-LOCKING TACKLE
BLOCK the>
Is
L t .U'' been acquitted. The Chicago qpnntantly studying the convenienceand similar in shape, weight and size to
1" r I Chronicle thinks there is going to comfort of their patrons. It is ceralnly ordinary pulley blocks In every day use. and Is made In different shapes and
, be a "kick" coming from Captain a pleasure to sail from Jackson sizes to suit all purposes. There la absolutely nothing to get out of order. I''
i 'I t ille on one of their grand steamers and has no springs, wedge, teeth or trigger and Wire
IIt ; Cook, "In that General Smith has rope; and soft rope chain
i our home people In selecting their route Write for samples and prices to the rope can be used in the same block. -
II been retired on a fat salary for life. for annual trips north could not travelIn
>,., It Is no doubt true that Smith went greater comfort than by the Clyde v A sample of the pulley block may be seen at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE
i In to'the slaying business Line. The rates are always, considering: office Tltusvllle, Fla.
on a more
s the fact that they include meals and '
l1" I f' extensive scale than Cook, but the stateroom berths, much than by J. WALTON,
''J I latter did the.best he could, con. ail. A letter addressed cheaper by F. M. Ironmonger United Paper Cog Inventor of the above; also, Patent Calking Tool for Boats, Etc

Ie J, slderlng his opportunities. He had Jr.Au't Gen'l Passenger Agent, Offices: New York, Boston and Titusville Fla.
Jacksonville, Fla., will bring you fullartloulars. ,, .
J a good right to expect an advance --
Chas. n. Walton I. the 71usvllle -
to the rank of major anyway." agent. Atlanta Ga. The
..i ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

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Stuart.The Tibbals. Melbourne. Eau Gallie. GEORG MARX JOHN MARX.
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Ice cream supper on Friday evening .- Judging from reports, wild deer will I OOOIVK A GOUDE.-R* l Estate and Loan*. Mrs.: S. E. Harbour Is expected In Eau .
netted $17.40. be more plentiful In this section this winter Aeont; for Xtn London\ and Liverpool and Cmllie about the middle of :September.The : .

Mrs. Willis Bessey Is here on a few than for several years, as they are Globe, Provlitenua WashlnKton, and Sun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS
schooner
now quite numerous. Insurance. Special attention paid to the Cygnus is hauled] out on
jays' visit wUU friends. Interest of non-reeldeuts. Hodgson's ways. Being cleaned and overhauled

W. J. Dyer made a business trip to Our young people have had much for the fall season's work
sport during the pust week, In spearing Subset for the ADVOCATE Fruit and
Palm Beach on Wednesday.The mr; Iptlpns Ernest will Produce Jobbers
Taylor take a vacation of 1
trout and mullet lit night; with lights: or the pink paper of the East Coast, will be a
sloop, Maul II., of Jensen, is torches. The flab are quite fat now. received at the Melbourne Postofflce. month or two this fall leaving Rail ,
[hauled out on la iw'e boat way Gallie for the north via all rail rOll to.

Miss Ledbetter and J. T. Boffgan: have Mrs.Monday F. M, In Hudson honor/gave of her a beach sister partyon and Rev. Weatherwax returned from Edenon C. B. Olttord of Tlbbals, was In our Corner Bay and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

loft for their homes In North Carolina. niece harbor on Wednesday last In his launch
[ Mrs. Crawford and Miss Hudson, Tuesbay.Sam ,

? Dupont & MIddleton have 13 'acres of of Pine Bluff, Ark. All report vbry enjoyable Sanders, of Indlanola, was a guest the onboard.Emma., Arthur GltTord was also WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED

|tomato land ploughed and ready forantlng. trip. at the home of R. W. Goode this week.
] I Much to the regret of their host of :Air. and Mrs S. K. Watts returned to PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
friends and relatives] Mrs. Crawford, Miss Eva Gates has gone to her Eau Gallie this week after a pleasant I'ennute
R. L. Bevtlle, our railroad agent/ returned :I Miss Lillian and Master Crawford Mudsou Chicago home. She will bo much missed outing through the Northern and Western Potatoes, Seed and Cow Teas In season.

| home on Tuesday from his vacation ,, who have been the guests of Mr. and by her many friends hero. States, iMrs. ttilrWe solicit! consignments of Fruits and Vegetable

| in Georgia.Mrs. Mrs. Fred M. Hudson for several weeks, Frank Fee came from Fort Pierceon
up I, G.1 Gilbert and Mr. J. A. Gil _._
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W. J. Dyer and children, and left, on Tuesday, for their home In Fine, Friday, to visit his Melbourne home. bert left for a lake resort In New York, '

lIrs. Kate Hamilton are spending the Bluff, Ark. We are always glad to aeo him hero. ou Tuesday last. Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Rockledge-Cocoa. KI2AL KSTATK' FOKSAHJ. j
|week with friends at City Point. Messrs. ]lance
Klopp Roy contractorsand I'rof..Fred Ensmlnger and wife of went via the Clyde lino. -
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,V'. R. and Mont Hardee were pleasant builders, of Fort Pierce, have a force Rollins College; Winter Park, were very Mr. "nIlMn. Henry U. Aa Administrators of the
of Hodgson are Estate of
men now at work 21x30: ft.
building a :Mrs\ Humphries was a guest of Miss
visitors here on Wednesday. pleasant vlsltors'ln Melbourne .
They report this week.
J occupying Plnewood William deceased '
dancing hall to the Tibbals Bathing Clubhouse ; Lodge during the M. G. Williams ]last Sunday. Trvutler Wo offer at
Jensen Improving rapidly. .] which will add considerably to Miss Sue Hopkins Is again at Melbourne absence of Miss A. Florence Hodgson, private sale. the following described Heal] i
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. McPherson and the appearance of the building and will Beach, the guest of Myrtle Cot. who In at present In New York state. Some souppernon grape and guavas )dote, belonging; to said Etttate. : ]

|Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McPherson and family be a great convenience. The floors are tage. She spent several weeks lately Prof. Fred( Patterson Ensminger of are now corning Into tnuiket. Xo. 1. Sold .
,
|are guests of the Clarendon Inn, at bea- to be of the very host finish. The ladles with friends at Seabreeze. Rolllus' Collage Winter Pink, conducted There Is only one meat market In Cocoa Xo. 2. All of S. of NEt, Section 21,

breeze. are already arranging for a piano for tbe Thatcher Hood has just brought services In the Baptist church, last Sunday now, one of the two having closed Township 27 :South: Uange &7 East, covered .
another with
hall as f.oon as completed. The same !Mrs. out. water, lying In said Eon: Clalho-
Mr.: and Mrs. Walter Kitching and load of furniture to Melbournefrom Knsmlngor accompanied the River and Elm Gnllte

({daughter, Josephine, left, Sunday morn. /gentlemen handsome dwelling have contracted for Miss to Gertrude build a his plantation up the Banana river. Professor on his tour of the East Coast Rev. G. Van Hoii te .spent part of lust! about :IHt IIOI'es. more or less Buy, containing

ng for New York, sailing from Jack England, on her lately] purchased plan We are glad to have this pleasant family Alex Near will drill an artesian well at Thursday In Cocoa: Friday at Rookledgoand No.3. Sold.
ODvlllo on a Clyde steamer. tation. make their home with us. Malabar an soon as the necessary machinery Saturday on Menlttl Islaud. No. 4. That portion of SW i, Section

Misses :Edith and Florida Kltchlng/ are II. Sutton, of Lancaster, O., Is now the Miss Cesarea Rose Mlday, of Canton, can be put on the ground.. Mr. Another heavy rain visited the Rock- Township 27 South Rouge: 37 East,
pending a few days here, visiting their : guest of Mr. and Mrs. W."H. Harris. Mr. 0., was marrlnd to Mr. George M. Beldenon Near Is at present finishing a contract on lodge,: and Cocoa section on Sunday after commencing at point 870 feet Wi>st from
mole, B. Batching. Miss Edith expectso Sutton and wife spent several weeks In August 7th. They will be at their the property of John A spin wall, on the noon. Tlie rainfall was quite heavy.Misses Northeast corner )post on t., Section line )
{ return to :New Orleans In a few weeks. this place two and made host home after Sept let at Baltimore. Congratulations south bank of the Eau Gallie river. as aforesaid and (>0 feet South of said l(
years ago,
Ethel Wayt and Alleln Wilson Section line for
of friends here who of Melbourne friends are ex- Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert abating point thence
during their are entertained in
The Tomato Growers' Association stay, tended to this bright were visitors at Mr.and Mrs J. C. Shaw's run South: 42 feet, thence East: KM) feet,
Saturday laying out five-acre lots delighted/ to see them back again; and young couple. honor of Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Hodgson/ ; thence
pent on Tuesday spending the day with Mrs. South 4M:! feet thence' Wont toSection I
bu the property they have chosen for also, to know that Mr. Sutton expects tq The Literary society spent" most enjoyable on Friday last. Progressive euchre was Shaw line, thence North 628:! ft, thence
operations on the Allapattsokeever. invest In real estate and build a winter evening, ]last Friday: at the homeof the feature of this most enjoyable evening East 717 feet
Jot more or less to a point 10(>
home here before returning. Judging' Mr. aid Mrs. G.o. M. Brown The ;. Refreshments weresorved" at about Hev. A. M. Dalgor was In Rockleilge feet West of Southwest of of

from the present outlook, In a year or mimic was good, and a spirited debate by 11:3O:: ;>, contesting of sherbet, cake, etc. on Saturday, calling on his parlshoners, Sarno, thence :South: 1AO corner foot plat thor/oe/ i
Sheriff Frohock arrived here on Mon- two Tibbals will be ]largely settled with Mr. Fred Fee, Dr. Peek, Miss Hopkins, The guests separated about 1230: ; ( a. m. and on Sunday conducted his usual service East 750/ feet to West side of K., K. ().
!\y with the ballot boxes. John spenthe prominent and wealthy people who will Rev. Tern Mrs at Cocoa'
pie ton, Chits.
Campbell
51
r. and Mrs. (I. F. Paddison entertained Hallway right of-way, thence North on
| afternoon tlshlnlr for tarpon and lew- build elegant residences' for their winter and Mrs. Frank: Foe, which was line.On Monday: last Progressive! Whist Mr. and Mrn. M" C.; Salmon are ocoupjlng West side of F. E. C. Railway right-of-
with his Johns the
jlsh friend Morris
homes and also plant small pineapplefields ]
peputy-sberlfl. and, Friday evening, August/ 15th, at tbe was the feature of the evening Mrs. I. one of While's cottages/ for a few way DO) feet, thence East to point of beginning
orange groves.A Parsonage, there wljl be a social for tho G. Gilbert, Mr. and Mm. Alneswortli, weeks, Mr. Salmon being engaged/ with I excepting' railroad right-of-way
i The 'following party enjoyed moon-- special meeting of the Good Roads benetlt of the M. K. church.! Ice cream Mr. and Mis. II. U. Hodgson, Dr. and Mr. White on work on the new cottage through said land. Containing about 2S

ght launch ride on the St. Lucle river Association of the Fifth District, was and cake will be served and the follow. Mrs. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hodgson, Miss UI'ttlo'lIowt'rll of Georglana is acres Including the County roivl. This
,
uesday evening: The Misses Edith and held last Saturday, at the Jensen Town tug program rendered: Piano solo, Mrs. : Miss Bessie Hodgtion, Messr Fred Pad 'the /guest of Miss Vera Illbba for/ a few tract has a young grove of MX() or 000 1
Rorlda Kltching, and Messrs. Frank ; Hall, and was largely attended. The 11[. E. Campbell ; vocal solo, Miss Lola I dison, Ernest Taylor and J. E. M, Hodg weeks. Both Miss Uattle mil Miss Vera tree on It. and an artesian well, etc.
razler, A. L. Lane and I. Craig. 'object of the mooting was to got the Barnes: banjo violin and guitar, :\losRrll. son were among those preseutt. wore In attendance at Rockledge chapelon No. 5. hllAln at Southeast. corner of

opinion of the members of the Association John Nicholson, Charlie Oslln, Sam M. Sunday morning.; lot now,or formerly, owned by J. I,. HIM--

; Foley's Kidney Cure will case Bright's as well ns all tax payers in the district Martin; humorous reading, Mrs. R. ,W. A PHYSICIAN HEALER Dr. Geo. rlson" thence run South across Klbowcreek
jblsease; will\ cure Diabetes will cure as to whether the oharfte named by I bode; vocal solo, Mrs. Mettn Mack; Bwlng, practicing physician of Smith' A. R. Moore and daughter were' over to North boundary of land belong-
tone In Bladder; will cure Kidney and the F": E. C. R'Y Co. , Bladder diseases. Sold: by Wilson & Son. for use on our roads, should be acceptedor vocal solo lIf.... R. B Templeton; musio, hispersunal i experience with Foloy's Kidney l ledge chapel. They were accompanied !If: Section line which ls the North boundary
f not., The Association decided that Messrs. Ottlin, Martin and Nicholson. Cure: ")<'or years I had! been greatly by the Kev. G, Van lloute( who spent a of Wm. Truutlor'dand to North bank
the rate named was unreasonable, All are cordially Invited. bothered with kidney and bladder trou day or two on the Island. of Elbow creek, thence West along bank
Eden.Miss and that the shell coup be hauled for ble and onlargod prostrate glands.; I used of said creek to point of beginning/ being

considerable less money by water and CO SUMPTI01TnnE.TE\! ED."I .- everything known to the profession without QUICK RKLIKF FOR ASTHMA FUfFKUEIH. ,. In Section xl, Toe nRhlpn: South the/ )
could placed on the road for almost was troubled with a hacking coughfor relief until I commenced. to use "'0ley' : Faley'sllonoyand'Ear t affords 37 East ThU land I la covered with
Frances B. Arnold left Sun- half the cost from than from the ; waters of the crook. '
on lighters a and I thought I bad Kidney Cure 'After taking three Immediate relief to asthma sufferers In
[Slay, for a two months' visit to Nashville cars on side track, as the distance to ,"year C. Unger, 211 Maple con.lImp.tlon :Street bottles I was entirely relieved and onrOlI.prellI'lholt the worst stages, and taken lu time will No. O. Sold j
says :
,,y and otherplaoes.. haul would be greatly reduced. A committee Champaign. "I tried a groat mnny I now dully In my: ]) otloot a cure. Sold by Wilson A: Sou. No. 7. Commence about 0) chains 39
The consisting of K. I). Hoke, Jensen and I'IICtlC"1 link Wost from Northeast corner of
heartily recommend Its
weather Is very pleasant for Augfast. remedies and I was under the care ,of use
J. T. Waters and JI'. }[. ofTibtsals Section 20, on Section line between Sections
: Hudson
physicians for such
troubles. I have
The days are breezy and the nights physicians for several months. I used one MALABAR
THE
SCHOOL.
and hand 20, run %Vuetf>chains ll links
'' was appointed to investigate prescribed It la hundreds] of with ,
'aro delightfully cool. bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; It cured cases thence South'
\ make arrangements for transportationby me, and I have not been troubled since." perfect success" Sold by Wilson & Son. 10 chains Dl links, thence
.Iev. F. W. Weatherwax: made his us- water, and report to a meeting to be Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. MAI.AUAII, FIA., Aug. 11, 1002.KtHlor South ((10clogreos OOsononds, East 3 chains
|"1 fortnighly visit and preached morn- held on Aug. 23rd. It was very good to Eau OMIlo River thence follow the
' ''g and evening in the Congregationalurch. luck for our tax payers that the shell Georgiana. K
1 is so located that It can be loaded on White City. In your l Issue of July 23tli: was an article direction to a point duo South from placeof

II. W. Richards and family, who have ,fighter 19 cheaply on the Malubar school house, the beginning, thence north. to ]point of
ion visiting In this place for a week 'Uncle Hughie/ sold his mangoes readily perusal of which would convince anyone beginning containing 0 acres more or
kve returned to their home on the St,, Just Look at Her. Archie Parker has returned from a at ;Sits! per dozen. of the extravagance; of our School Board less, and known as tho Kltchell place.

jjole Ayer visit to Georgia. Mrs. Doll MnnHon\ We have no fault to find with Mr Taxpayer No. 8. NEl. of Section 2$. Township
spent pleasant
Whence came that sprightly step rich, day 27 South
In looking after the taxpayers' In. Range; .17 East containing lot
Captain Richard, under the skillful rosy complexloa, {aulilesa skin BinllluR; The home of A, J. Arnold! has been Monday with Mr*. Luna Ilalnlln. lereHts. It is from his statements that acres, less railroad rl b t.\f.WRY.

ittment of Dr. AleCllnton, \i\ feeling faae. She looks goodfenlsgood.; Here's i made happy by the arrival, l of a tine baby The mosquitoes! are doing their bIt, tn we take exception He say, "Malabarhas No. 0. N Wlf of Suction 2*, Township I

Inch easier and Is slightly improved at her secret. She uses Dr. King's New Life glil.I]. make things lively these days and night a first-ola.s school house" and per 27 South (tangs 37 East, containing 100

\\s writing. Pills. Kesult] -all organs/ acilve, digestion >o not forget that the ApyocAtic does Mrs. Hughes spent the day with Mrs. haps It Is, In Ills judgment., To modern acres, loss railroad right-of-way,

good no headaches no chance for all kinds of job printing, and solicits' a and minima mind It scorns. to bu hardly u fair subHtl- No. 10. 4J (X ,100(
faster Tandy A. Bryson left, last week, "hhies." Try them yourself. Only 25o. Olegg Munsou, last Tllel.day. : ) ) notes, less railroad "
ir Nashville tor a visit uf Mix weeks lie at B. li. WIUoo A Son's drug store.FOR hare of your work, u. ._ tute. rl trli -of.wav being art tit-' Lot fund f\t
fllliemuinln Tennessee at school fortie The oldsobool house was built several of NWIj, Section( ; S, Township l j; 27
F. J. McMullen of Eden, has returned, J.V.. Uruner and daughter Miss ago, without cost to tho County Sour
next three or longer coming year Range U7 Kant known as J. L.
years home after a. short. visit here so also ,
CUTS, BURNS AND OPE1SOnES\! ; Winnie, were pnnnengers to Cocoa! and (other than bet cost of lumber and ma Stewart 6
for the Gb.iUtm.-ia each place.
one holidays Hancock's at B. K. ban Mrs. Mc lIIl1enwho, wn the /guest of return on ,.litl IIn..klllo.lla\'or. \ with kacwl-
oar. use Liquid Sulphur, Saturday tel ), by DO No. 11. Lot 1'1an.ll, block! 4 Town
Lamont.Mr. ,
Mrs. .
Wilson .Sod's\: : di ug storo. Minxes, :Myrtle DurobfleM and edge,: of the requirements of a schoolhouse ] of Kau Galllo.
Mary
The county crop Tit fandspurs Is ready Lamont was a recent visitor to Wlttfold went to Cocoa on Thursday, on other than to shod rain and a No. 12. Lot 1 bl/,("'' 4, Town of Ban '
.(or harvest. We HAW a large mover goingp Fort Pierce In the Interest of the Cemetery a shopping expedition. shield from the sun It U built !In the 0111 lie. Quitclaim, deed for this only-
the road in .a. wagon, one day recently Fort Pierce. Association. Final! arrangements tq scrub, about a mile from the center of held under Tax Title.
and suppose they are. going/ to beginn Incorporate have been made. Veooy lIallli"nched the largo sail boat the IIel tlemttn t. For prices and term address.
the north and oume down. The roads .... that lie has j just flnlohnd for !'tI ellllrl.I'ro- We would l no complain of this Inequality ,
III noon be lit for pedestrians. Chas. Wolfe, of Jensen, paid. this burga vost A Frederick, on Monday of situation, were there decent foot F. A. MORGAN and W. H. JONES,
visit on Tuesday. Foley's Kidney Cure Is a medicine free road for the children to travel to and fro. As Administrator of the- Estate, of Wan
Our ]ladles have had! another treat. S. J. W, llruuer got returns Monday fora
from poisons and will cure case of ,
any As It is tall I'reutler duceasvd.Titusvllla .
Travis' stock of-dry goods has been Commissioner John Jones of Quay, kidney disease that Is not beyond the large shipment of pineapples that weeds and they must walk plod through the ,railroad Florida
elllng at cost. It was all new, clean was a pleasant visitor In town on Tues reach of medicine. Wilson & Non averaged f:1:| per crate when sold. Pretty track. In wet grass dewey or mornings an.lln .
|oods, and many fine bargains were se. day. good, that I I" ,
weather the former I III
(ured. There have been so many salon Commissioner J. F. Bell paid Wabasso rainy Impossible; A Fine IMrtce For Sale.
Miss Mary Holmes, of Sharpos, lens the latter I la attended with extreme dan
(' i the past year that the mail order bus a visit on Tuesday, I Inspecting some shell St. Lucie. -
boss been on a visit to Miss Myrtle[ Burchflel, jle,. Just fancy the little children lean
has suffered."I for the roads in his district. 1\1r1. Bower and daughter, Miss Hattle; log home with a nice, clean diess-A half 2IK( ) feet on Indian River, and running

Capt. Andrews and wife, of Tlbbali, and Mr. Muoon and daughter, Miss hour later It looks as If dragged through back 300ft.) to county road; a lot adjoining
had 'diabetes In Its worst form," were pleasant visitors In town, Tuesday, Mrs. Susan Cox Is on the! sick list. Cora.A. a river. 138ft., river front, running baek

rites, Marlon Lee, of Dunreatli, Ind. "I shopping out various store Oranges and lemons promise well the B. Carter and daughter Miss Lily The old school house ha served its 140ft ; on a bluff, tuft above the liver
rled eight physicians without relief. coming season.It Hay, and, like all antedated. structures, which Is suit water, and three miles
Hev. Moore held service lu the Methodist have gone to Waahlnxrbn (la., where
)nly three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure It must give way to something fulfllllng/ wide at this Hftn
ade me a well man." Wilson &: Son. church last Sunday morning and 11 expected: an Ann Harbor (Michigan they were summoned by a telegram an- this requirement* of the present time. In blouse of six room: has been kept
,
evening, to large congregation ; ) man will settle here the coming flouncing the serious Illness of Miss Bos-. till* the School Board has been well iwl- painted and In uood repair; :23ft. from

Quite a number visited the poll on winter.It ale Crtrtor.I Is much bettor.Later reports say tiles Bessie vlsed and showed 'that It fully understood river bank, c"mmsndingabeautlfulvlew. !,

Ankona. Tuesday, to vote for the Railroad Com- Is surprising the ]large number of the situation and bAil only done of Indian Hirer; statin lend down te
mlssloner. Mr. Day got a majority at subscribers the ADVOCATE: Is getting In Miss Mary Wlttfeld celebrated ]her Us duty In making this little appropriation the river, and a dock built out Into the
this place. the southern part of Brevard. eighteenth birthday, on August/ Sth. by In his Instance the School Board watttr >HccomniiHlitte. mill hunts' A
Tf you want to see some- fine groves. iro Is all the and Inviting all the young ladle In town tn has shown. wMilnm.! With a cl.'ntrallu. nuver-frilllnit well with pinup nt-iir kitchen
Our time
burg growing
>i VrkIngabout two miles. north 0"St.iucie. of citizens should subscribefor Mrs. Chase aDd daughter. VIssEulalle, spend! the day' with her. An elegant/ caUon the Atirmlnnoft will be 11II'eallllel.I door, and II never.lulling spring of
more our most spent Tuesday] : with :Mrs. Lee Aldermanand dinner was served followed han abundance We do not know how young Taxpay dour. cool. pure water ,a short dl.tanolfrom

Mrs. C. T. McCarty I. the happy pos the newsy pink paper paper-the on the East Coast.Tlie popularand Mrs K. B. Itaulerson. of Fort Pierce.Foley's of excellent Ice cream and cake. er's children wine lu years before, but house I Home lot and poultry yards
there fenced with poultry netting, Ori house
just now are several pupils from 1
Bssorof a new Victor talking machine, friends of Judge and Mrs. The' mango: eating contest recently six who for poultry and' Uelgtxu hates ]IZi'Ji: :! feet
:
If which she Is many ; Kidney Cure will cure all diseases year up, are quite' too small to ,
justly proud. held Uncle
at Iliighle'
wa enjoyed by
:
II. H Tye were pained to hear the sad arising from disordered kidneys I pluM through tall weeds* and. grass or to an.I/\ smaller fancy i poultry. Uoti.o.
I We hear of. the late the death of James or all the participants. The number eaten 74 tree Into bearIng
are very sorry to new of Cooper, Sold B. R. walk the railroad t track. orange just coming -
bladder. by Wilson & Sun
icknes* of B. K. McCarty. but note with their little live months old son, which by each one, at one time, was between Yourlltruly, Is their home In two and fourteen. The prize for the vines. stll
pleasure that he recovering. occurred at WIHUmsburg, aeuppernonrcrl.e/ burring
i Ky., on the 4th, lost., after a brief ill Indianola.The highest number eaten by one person" Iiancock'siIgold several! kumquats and guava bushes, ;j
A. .
B. Ilamor of onrmost
fourteen "Another The
one Mango.
prospers -was '
It will be remembered shade trees and and
Mri. Tye tropical tier shrubs
pineapple growers, has gone; to Bos- ness. booby prize wa, a mango seed. No. theJoctor'a l Sulphur will cure any case of the ,|
StelU'Tucker the house.
MUs charming near 1
,
was Ground Itch at B. U. Wilma & 800'. |
for three months' vacation. ] needed .
n. a : assistance was not us
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. work of building: tbe vicarage of A good county road along near river J
Frank K. Stetson, one of Port Pierce' Tucker and wa. general/ society favorite Grace Episcopal church will soon com- mangoes never hurt anybody as the 12 -. -'--- bank, from, Tltusvllle the county seat, [
pular young gentlemen; was visitingT. anti 11 seems particularly, sad that mence, the cornerstone of which was laidon who took part la the content can tentlfy Conp.tltlve. .. K>. nln>llau. for Csd.tahlp.A eleven miles north to Ruekedgeabeau.! |1 j

McCarty for a few days thfs week. such sorrow should come Into her young July 24th. I tlful winter resort, nine mllcsfouth, with H

: married .llfo..-. Mrs_. "-Tv,,-. -And-- her little Look IMeaattnt. IMeaxe. vacancy existing In the State cadetship Cocoa, a nice little business town and
ID. T. McCarty came home, Saturday, son visited some weeks at the home of S. J. Fields' 3rd: birthday was duly' C. C. of Eaton from Brevanl county to the Mouth City Point between. Kuilroad station I
> spend a few days with his parents celebrated with. Photographer Harlan ,
her parents at this place last spring, and a family dinner on the Florida and Educational Institute mile west PontoUloe and school near
Military
0. do though for be
can so now,
and Mr. C.T. McCarty our town. 3rd Inst. at which all thechildren year
jr. little Jim' sweet little face and lustrous except couldn't, because he suffered untold agony competitive examination will be Five aero of very line fruit land near
(J.. S. Eldred, one of our most energetic dark eyes went straight to the hearts of two, were present. from the worst form of Indigestion.All : held In tbe public school house at Tltusvllle ration (from which .a little was given for

lid prosperous pineapple men, left a few all who knew him. Christ said: ..t'ler Grape are ripening fait, and that physician and medicines failed to beginning Tuesday, Sept. 2, 1MW, section houses) containing a beautiful
ays ago for a four months vacation. little children to come unto me." Whata means work for the housekeepers. The help him till he tried Electrlo Bitters, to supply the vacancy. young peach orchid of 100 tn en. mostly
it best wishes go with him. comfort that heaven Is filled with such guavas are later than usual this year, which worked such wonders for him that The grading will be on Arithmetic In bearing bore a fine crop Ibis year;

I We notice some of our most popular bright/ little soul, We extend heartfelt many of the bunches still being In bloom. he declares they are a godsend to lulTer- English Irammar Geography/ and UultedStates fruit good silo and exceedingly: rich q
sympathy to the stricken parents and be- and from questions prepared! flavor. A little house near station always i
from stomach trouble history,
era dYllpep"la *.
the of Fort
bung men are paying city reaved grandparents.: May time and Quite a number of crates of pineapples rents for $1 or *1J 0 month.
ierce Unrivaled for' diseases of the stomach, by Gen. F:, M. Law, Superintendent of > per .
visits of late. We wonr have been from
frequent
hipped and
trust In Him who hold the destiny of here more the Institute. Experts pronounce this soil particularly
liver and. build and
kidney; they give
what can be the attraction. mankind In his bands and the knowledge are going out, the season being two or up adapted to culture. ad-
new. life to the whole system. Try them. K, K. .Minn' grape I'rl.br 1
Our real be that lie doeth all thing well make their I II three weeks later here than further down dressing "BOX ]10 "
estate market seems to one : Only SOc.; Guaranteed by B. K. WllnooA County Supt. ,
Indian River.
| boom. We note the sale of ten acres I, grief 1 less poignant. Son, druggists. Hardeevtlle, Fla.

f land to H.S.Stowder, of Chicago; also "Gone from the home ud baarts that loved Mrs. Blair and IOn, Walker, of Merrltt, All Were Saved.
e acre. to Wm. II. Robinson. blra. who were recent callers here after stay '
Buck to the God who(gave him life, A Fine Home.For Sale.
Dade County Land For Sale. "For I snfferedUucb until
of weeks to Ocean Grove N. J. :years misery
of ImmonaU'T.TbtOUllIout seven ,
crown
J. To w ar>
| F Alldls
Stetson University' "
pop eternity." are convinced that the "East tdoast of ---- from bronchitis, writes .1. II. Johnson, -
lar representative, was a caller In our Florida Is good enough for them." For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof of Broughtnn, Oa.. "that of ten I was Unable A model southern home In Sooth end ]|
|wn a few days ago,looking up students Shatter all Itecortl southeast quarter of section 3, town to work. Then, when everythingelse of Brevard county, on the Indian IU"er. "
r Stetson University. He seems to be Last week Mr.John Knight WM called ship 88. south of range 41 east; -close to failed, I was. wholly cured by Dr. In;the center of the pineapple belt. Nice
very popular and energetic man, and Twice in hospital F. A. Gnlledge, Ver: by telegraph to Palatka, by the death of O. K. 'Wood's pineapple plantation on 'King's New Discovery! for Consumption. 0-room) dwelling and out-building. Tea
B have no doubt but that he will meet bena, Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors to his youngest child little Inez, 17 monthsold St Lncle River; 4O acres. My wife suffered Intensely from asthma, acre In fruiting pineapples] ; 40 orange,
|th success. cure a severe case of piles, causing 2,t tumor after a brief Illness of summer com Ala, the northeast quarter of north till It cured her, and all our experience lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-most
*. When all failed Buckleu's Arnica plaint. Mr*). Knight and children had east quarter of section 18, township 38, goes to show It Is the best croup medl all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards
(any persons In this community ars Salve soon cured him. Subdues Inflammation been visiting relative In and near I..- south of range 41 east; on south fork ofSG cine In the world." A trial will convince and Mower garden. Will be soli at a>
jllerlog from kidney complaint who conquer aches, kills pains. latka for a month, and the news, of tbe Ladle River; 40 acres. Apply] to TOG It I II unrivaled for throat and ]long bargain. For fall particulars address:
ild avoid fatal result by using Foley'] Bed salve la the world. 25 cts. at B. R death of the baby was a. great shock to j (;UAIII. 11. WAI.TOW, disease Guaranteed bottle COo/ and $1. "0."

Iney Cure. Sold by Wilson A Son. Wilson A Son's drug store. the father. Tltu vllle, Fla. Trial bottles free st Wilson A tJon': .. Care ADTOCATB, Tltonllle, FU.











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i R EAST COAST ADVOCATE, ACGUST 15, 1902.D .

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I II when we started that time that my "THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA Jl

husband will be waiting for an at Cap is PAJUDiig RE INED." ,

I H r circumstances Sabine but I confess attending that this all'expedition of the ? .. ilkm$ JatJ\e: :


I are not BO promUilng-as 1. would

I like. For one thing, I am worried FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.

about the beajth of my husband and ,

,I 1 the members of bin party. No other

t 1A 'polar expedition. I think, has been y 4o LOCAL TIME CARD: No. 41. In Effect June 8, 1902.

wlthnut Its pbyslciaiv and the returnof r. v, 4p
eE+,l pa J SOUTHBONO-KEAD DOWN. NO TH OU ID-HEAD
I' Dr. Oledrlcb, whose mind became C UP.
unsettled and who left the party In OH fFF '
II"". 78
No.
d ti M.. 39 No. LIMit. azl/
I spite of their protests has, of course. Daily 86I MAIM Daily Davy:

r I Increased the disadvantages under wr i

; i which they Lave worked. y 8 00 pI1016 I .Lv....................Jackeoavllte..A tnp s (Oal I
t You need light to raise 8 08 LV...................&..1aoll.oD'f'III............... ....L" : lip 8 42a :'!
j "In other ways this Journey to the ,' 1 ghCGe 116 phO'Sa\It lIOa .....................8t. ADjfUnl.......... .......... 40 P 7 toe. ." I
P
? j 1 north /la the plpBganteiit I have ever Fti. ...tspUOlp ................ ... H.aUnas. ...........:.............6 4p 7ta. 1j i
Tobaccoprofitably. r: w ., lilliI' ......... ...1......Ea.lPalatka........................ ea p ioa !!:}
l made because It is the last. Lieutenant ... P p 116i p .:::.........:.. ....... NIIOIfI"......_.................. .' 817 a o.
i \ Be cure fertilizer Peary will positively come back this 114 ,,13 1 ...........................BunneJl........................... 4 ))7p esaaW
1 your time for glp .......................r..lmpt..y............1\171\ 6011. t1o =
1 I'' contains at least 10 cent. good whatever may be the III ,2'1' ..........................Ormond.......................... Slip I'J& .
per outcome of the expedition. Even It be I lOp eilp.........................D.'toa".......................... Up I n.w .
,I' has l h. I 19 p/ ........................Por.Or&nRl'........................ Olp s irs 18e00p
accomplished since last
1
Actual Potashfrom nothing : r d JY 1 IIOP . .. ._.. ... e... Smyrn.................:...... '7 P 'M. .Iii
paw him bin work 'I Iq the cause of arctic sfon ... ... 146P.:.::.:::.:..::.....:.... : ..3 ,p... !:
exploration has be feels, been of .. p ...:... ID1D .................... .. .p ......'s 81
Sulphate.We ....... 8MP....................::..: p ..... i
I some valu. For the last twelve years oS 04 .,..... 401p ............. .......... TUO.VIIl..I.'p ....._ y,>I I
r mail /m, oo request, oar took be Das lived practically all of the time ... 0 ...... 610 P .............:........... P ...... .jC! I IIi
4m "Tobacco. Cult......" II: ....... ............... ... lp ........ I
a OX&KAJV BALI WOBKS. j above latitude 70. and his return this 1.1 % Y Ye'e : O ....... a9\ ... ....... :::........Beba."an......................... II Ma.z .y
L p f1 Nee WU, ..u-. Nei Yak fall will signalize the closing of his t: ....... lOB P ...:.:.......::...........8L.Lucri............................11 Oft. .:::... ;,(\
....... lOp ... _........ .........Fors PI.,..,.........................1100x..1\
arctic campaigns. That Is what 1 am ....... /IIP .............:.........While CU,.......................... 10 d a....... rl>
thinking of In planning thin expedition.It : Tri-Wcckly Sailings r' ....... 0 'll' ............Tibbala..........................10 tie .... p"u
O ....... I tep ...........Edlirn............................ 10118. ....:.. i i
i I will be the last and that makes it a ....... eo ; .....Jea..o...........................lOlix.......
Free and plea lIure." BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. :.ai:f ....... 700p p .:: ::...... & ............................ Ita ....... R1..
....... aop ...:....Hnpe SonDa........................ II.. ...... III.i fo
Accented Masons. Mr Peary discussed her trip to the < ....... f Up..... .w..tJ'uplet>r........................ 1111'.I. ....... y tI"&I :
.i frozen, north as lightly as other women Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) : ....... lip ....R'tenY.Im Be............._............. 668x....... !,,,
... .... .. ...... ._ ..
i ....... I t3p ..... Boynton ... .. .. 888. .. .. o
-, would a voyage across the Atlantic In .........II 39p ....:.I.e. Laader. ...................... 7 s6. ...:... !
one of the luxurious liners. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service ...... I' ...."..lAmoD Cft)'....................... 4111II....... r.
1 E. Indian NO. 90Rtver ) passenger : ..... .: 3Q p A..........................!\rlamt ........................L.. e4enBU1T ......

T PARLOR CARS 016 TRAIN 88 AND 18.
Bummer Vaeatlos.m
7/IM Titnsvllle, The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
t ri 11'(, Whatever changes society may; -yet Direct Service Between
i & f make in the distribution of time It Is BBA1iCII LINES SCUT DULES.Na67 .
; 'LoJl Florida.Mot'ls .
( .
It* moetinir.the.ee0adaud fnnrili Krlday safe! to ny that they will not greatly Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points;
e .
Ne tS No.48 No.60 .
of each month, a', tAe late Armory, 'Cltue.vllle. N..q6 Ns.13 Ns.4$ Na47 PALATJCA.
'. ntTert the summer vacation says Les Dally.! Dally Dally DsLy D.Dy BJLANCII. Deily Lally Dally Daily D.II7
.
at TOO: .I..k |I" m. (Calling at Charleston, S. C-, both ways) _
lie'sVe Interval of
Muter. bly. That leisure
J. R. Walker Worihlpfnl
7 pp x ants Ar 1 13a 4 p i p tip
P P
J. L.Ca.ruthel'1lllelllor Warden.T. SaMI-WEEKLY sAILICOa farR
;
II. dakilnm, .lunlor' Warttau.J. OUCH regarded a* a privilege\ of the Southbound... .,.from Lewis Wharf, BostonNorthbound Gip 6O6 4OOpjllO6p 646 a PsiatbLv4Ms cip
p J. It.Dlxou, Tranurer.IF. wealthy Is now deemed necessity, to .from root of Catherine Street, JsckaonvllteClyde
A. Morican, Aeuretnrr.. Ne.46 BAN MATEO B8ANCST. No.41 No,fit
be provided for us systematically as'fire Ne.lly
Lall Lally Lely
J. A.Hughes, I

p I J. B.Bcreven Chal'laln. other Brunts of life. Wisely used St. Johns River'Lino. 7 3 6 IO a v............ ... ECMI Palatka................., ...,..Ar Ii aI
S I R.. O.B.Vanland.ngham Mini. Jr.. Junior, Senior ppaoon.rl. pteward.V. Us utility In undeniable Men grow I p p 6 80 a i Ar. ............ ..........?..Sen Moo ............. ... ......... 15 /6 a 6 10k p

M.TaylurJnniw steward.I weary of incessant and unchanging occupation (XfeKary Line.)
I ti, 4 I P. W. ttert'. Tyler. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD.
weury as Hegel was of BunLaillf Ii.Uy &i.j E NUb4 alY L.iA7 ZaiIy ,,
___.4_________._ overerudltlon; flnj'oommon sense. They Stopping at Falatka,Alter,St. Francis, Herentord (DeLaml). Blue. Spring and taternwdlato land- Ez b,a I E p',n { 4 8
e oa tux tls.Jobu'Kiiror.
{ have learned that the chase of the dollar tugs Op 43p OJp 3p 9 ) LyJaekanvniAi 710a a4)a Dip Slip II1p
MRS. PEARY'S JOURNEYExplorer's and the ncqul ltlon of knowledge STEAMER "LOUISE." Capt. C. 1(. BROCK. / 6i p 161 p 4 63 p l 03 p 9 88 a" S Jack.oa'Ile Lv a is a s as a Ill 08 p 8 08 p l 11 p030p
t ti IS APPOINTED:> !: TO RAIL A FOLLOWS: 30p 3(0p1o10a "P.mobeech S2er eaea IIOp glop 141p
nre not all there Is In living. What 0 t0 r4i Sup l 41 10 le a Atlantto Bail 615 a Tea 1816 p 513p Slip
p p
p
J Leave Foot Catherine jtreet.Jackoovtlle .. .. ........ .. .. TneadayN and Saturday. at 5 4)0) p.is. 600p 100pp0'/0a Ar Mayport Lv 0 T4)a 20)m SIi p I11p
Is to ....
m they want recover their real Leave ).and Thursdays at fti iU a
i Dixie Flyer flout.SI.pingCaroperated en trafa.6and$2.No. .
I solved some relief from1 endless detail
'. Wife Talks of Herr some arrest of hurry. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St..Jacksonville.

1 I Mission to the Arctics. : A.(1. HAQEBty, Eut'n Pa .. Agt., 1'. M. IRONMONGER,jn. Aiwt.Oen. ......Agt.2O .i i sANFORD N,. f2 No. 2 t No. 1 OBANOPJ CITY I No. 2 No. 4
; ID State. At.; New York J Weet Hay S1..laekaonvllle. Via. Dally BBANCJL Latlg. Zany Daily BltANCB Daily D.tlya.ArT
TO CURE A COLD IM! ONE:!' DAY
ht P.LOVS:L.L. Aiwt. Via. .
.. THOS. D. HALEY Local Krei ARent Supe.
_u_. Take Lnxatlve Bromo Quinine Tablets.All foot HonanSt.Jackionvllle Fla. |10. Foot lloK&n nt., .lacksonville,Via. a v..Tmtusve..A p. p/1010s'Lv..l/ b.u nV p
.... :
1$ a LV.1.... Mrms.Lr 07 3 4) p II 25 a Ee en.Lv i5) 4 iil
41. j' WILL BRING DER EU6BAND BACK druggists refund the money If It falls JOHN. L,. HUWAKU.Buiwrlnteuaeat, Foot Hogan. Be.,Jatikaonrlllo... : Fla.sal 88 s Lv...... 0.teen..Lv 16 63 s II 9 00 p I 80 Lv..Onage Cit .Lv } 1.0 p 4 u4 pe

to on re, E.XY.Grove's signature Is on THEO. hbruugb' !: Bu lding. 13 Btate St..Oppt.rtSS Battery Park, New.fat. Agents.C. 9 66 tO a a A Lv..Ynterprii.Lv. .....8nlord .....Lv'11.00'Is 8&a a r 6 06 p Ill 4.P a IAr.Orsng. City Jot.Lv 1 16 p / ii p

each.box, 25cti.In If. WALTOX. Agent Tltiisvllle,. Fla.
i; .lrot lure That H. Will lie) at Cape These Time T hU. ahow the time at wM h tralire may be exi>eete Watermelon Time --" from the arreral itatlone, bat their arrival or departure a* the time tatted la not guaranteed,
Sabine to Meet HerVurrlrd Ro- nor doea the Company bold luelt reeoaaeible for auy delay or any oonaequenee arlsinj there
I've no pronounced objection to the apple
cause ilia Party Ha. Been \VltbaatPhyalrlan or the peach; SEA.B: <>A. I> from.

.. I .rather Ilk. a berry either. black or .. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
1'? S w -
'St her llo.band-ii Lao Polar Trip. There' a quality or flavor I am partial to AIR LINE RAILWAY. :BETWEEN MTATytA: KET WEST A1TO_ 1IAVAKA.BOUTBBOCinX .
In each;
I ilr. Robert E. Peary wife of the I can eat a plum or cherry wltb no l'W'ORTBBOt1JJD.L'f' \ .

k I'Q'' Q' arctic explorer, stayed at Pluasaiitdale, In its small season enjoyment I can tackle too. a nice orangeor Capital City Route. Miami. *,MOBS.\ WdAr. ..............._.:!) n p Iv. : ..an.,Tn...Thnr ....... ........,.10 Mil,
near D .ngur. !Me., for BOIUO clays at the a flBT, Key Weal,Tn.,.. Thur........_...2a 10 pAr. Key W<- ,Tn...Thura............,... lOp)
The Shortest Route. Lr. Key We.t.Tues. Thn............... 7 39 p Lv. Key West.Tue.Thura........,...... i pip
; home of her husljiiiid'. pc-ople resting There are times when pears or nectarines Ar. Havana. \''.".. F-l... ............... 100.. Ar. Mlame.. Wed. Frla.................. g itroreopy (}I
before IIh" rcHiiuifd her Journey\ to Sydney l: go promptly t9 the spot. The Best Line.
f t "w Rut there's no fruit of them all,that suits : of Local Time CunfaddrcM any Agent.(
,. CIt B., wlicrt she was to jolu the your. truly like a big '
Anal Uilcy watermelon when the weather Only line with Double Daily Service, Including Sundays to Z. D. RA.HWKR. Aaat. OeruPaaw. Agent. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
..teaD'rI \\'al' bound north tomeet :
bluing hot SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN Pl1>iES, RICIJMO DWA8U1XU'l'UN ,
Lieulenuut Ponrj-'n party, Ba'stblt t
u I New York! TrlUutie. "From. 8ydiioy I love It, cool .n'" dewy, In Its pretty, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,, NEW YORK,
; greenish rind. WITH PULMAN'S BEST:: CAR t: "'="'.. ......."" ""' n... ,, ,
.. ," said Mrs. IVnry. "we; sliall nail When egged) and warm and parched
i etralght north to Elnli. on the const of with dust an Inch thick In my throat The Florida and Metropolitan Limited, a .oli I are It. rosy pulp-that l., I see It In my Jackaouville to New York, consisting Dining, Compartment, Composite,
shore of Smith
IceLtu\d, the outli u mind-
Hooin Cars
and
Observation Drawing Sleeping Zt.it. hmond Washington BaltimorePhhladealphla
vound. Tills will rolmlily require Its proportions, and the
trip generous upon
line daily through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville New Orleans Boston Atlanta
}v7 i same I (float, Only opeiatlng : ,
about tbivo weeks and after that will But when that vision's, realized I ask for For sleeper reservation! and I further Information( write, Asheivtlle Chattanooga Louisville

ill 11 come the most uncertain part of the nothing more; A. O. MACDONELL, AIII>t. Gen. I'usa. A ?t. Jacksonville, Florida.J. Cincinnati 'St. Louis Kansas City
expedition. I'm perfectly and blissfully contented R. E. L. BUNCH,
1>1, BARB, Detroit ClevelandChicago
PittsburrfROUTE
; "We supports that Mr. Peary and his I think with there my never lot. could be greater happlne I. V., P. *: G. M., Oeo. Pass. Agt.PORTSMOUTH etc.

(, party; are at Cape Sabine.'on the opposite .. In store VA. ,

) shore of the Bound. The Bound lei Than a Juicy watermelon when the ---- ------- -'-- --. -
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I about tWcuty-Hcreii miles across, and weather's blazing hot.

should It bq free from Ice we ought to I don't require a, silver fork; a plate I'll MONTEAGLE TENNESSEE. 'OneSOUTUfRN

'I cross Ib a week. Once we were ten do without) I ,
lays In getting across the Ice! closing A like shade a butcher knife-these ,

I in around that could make no simple thing I pray. I Cumberland Mountains.
us 10 we X do no devout fancy carving, but with reverence The' Resort of the RAilWAY ,


I slice It down the middle In the goal. I Situated on the line of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis, K'y.
old fashioned way.
:
I take a semicircle and my face therein I I
Incloie I FIIn'" I OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
; Dixie .
t In maybe
shut my eyes ecstasy; you
think I'm not I THe SoutHeriav'9 Palm Limited
In earnest when I tell you that the neat Excursion tickets sold from all points 'In Florida. For Illustrated Book, ,
fruit that grows I ,
THe Richmond and
I __ Is a Juicy watermelon when the weath descriptive matter, rates, schedule and other Information, Washington .
er's blaulng hot. 1 Florida. Limited
it '
6 "" Chicago: News write to, or call on

E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent, THe New YorK and Florida Express

The fleet Prescription for Malaria
213: West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. TO THE EAST.
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove'sTaateleM

Clilll Toirfo. It Is simply Iron C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager.
THe ,CHicago and Florida Special
and quinine In a tasteless form. No Nashville, Tenn. .
Cure, No Cure. Price OOcts. Atlanta, Ga. .

THe Florida Limited

remarkable: game .of chess which >TO THE NORTH AND WEST.

may be fully live years long has been I

H :. opened between Mr. S. (Kaiser of Canton Atlantic Coast Line R'y

: 0.. and Mr. II. Bloch of Warsaw, Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via

IlUHSIa. The game will be carried on Asheville through "The Land of the Sky.*'

S 5J lUlL nOUF.UT E.> PEABT.proffress Through trains via The Southern Railw&y! arc operated in
have .
I through/ the mulls. Four moves The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:
In any; dIrection. {U we reach already teen made. The game was connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
I Its rails to
t h the sound cross saffly, bave no delay prompted by Chnrles Koscnblum of To the East Via Savannah all rail., Charleston The Atlantic, Richmond Coast Line and runs Washington over ;own thence via Pullman Sleeping. Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

In with Mr. and his trains.
( meeting Peary party
Charkoff. n wealthy Russian who Is Pennsylvania Railway. -
'"r at Cape SabIne and can return before
Ask" far Ticket via Southern Setleltetf.
closely related to both contestants lIe Railway. Correspondent
Th k N vIa Montgomery.\ \
the!' sound. tills with Ice this fifth To the West *
t aud last expedition will bare buen .uoCPSHfuL has put up n purse 'of 10.000 rubles The }[. &: O. Railway via Montgomery.:

I 4 (about 95.00O) for the game three- Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
via Steamship.
"J East H. P. CAREY, FU. Paw Art. IDS W. Bay St, Jaci.oov U, 7U.
,:" : "A great many! obstaoles, however fourths to go to the winner and one- IV 1110 Philadelphia and Boston vU: Savannah and Merchants* :Miners

t Inn, be put wltll. In the first place fourth to the loser: Transportation Company for Baltimore.To 8. H. HARDWICK. V. H. TAYLOR
.1 1 have certain of ( Key West and Havana,via Port Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamships
knowledge
wo no
I Ii General! futtaget Agent, AaVt G.al Paaa. Ar....
t! where Mr. Peary Is. The uoder taoo. The Chicago Chronicle rather regrets
TOUn.XSTS TIC A.TITS TPaihlngtoa. C. AtIuta.Ca.Je.m .
I lug WAS that the relief party woe to that any Chicago Juror should sell his St71VSMI rL

::1 ,rm meet him at Cape Sabine but should'y vote for a measly 5. But. then there will\ be on sale throughout; the Northern, Eastern Western and, Southern States to -.. 15. 19O3.
lie not be there and tho natives bavo all SUM: MEHRESOUT8, via the Atlantic Coast Line, during the season of 1802,
in and
are so many Juries Chicago a
'' no liiformntlon of him then. there will limited to return until Nov. 31st, with liberal stop-over prlv\l\ d e.. --=--'
limit to traction company's contingent -
iS' 1' will be notlilijtf} to do but to'wait until the Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied -

d J'' ,t J!. he couios."Slight. fund. I with all Information and handsome advertising matter. THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

not that mean another vln- --- .- -- For Information as to rates sleeping car reservation( eto., call on or write to ,

,r k ter In tho It'e' I don't know. Naturally -, ..........................., F. M. Jolly Division PneengerAgent. .
; we shall not return without lilra. Patented in the United States, Great Britain and Canada
133 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
4 should not care to put In another win. l Teething \ .'
ter like thnt one 1 spent In waiting for T. M. EMERSON: H. M. EMERSON", W. J. CRAIG PRICE, 4.00 and a".00: EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the c

j t ''j him. I knew lit that time what It Then the baby Is most like- Traffic Manager. Asst. Traffic Mgr. Gen'K.Pass. Agent
,3 1 Use States
.
In by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United
means to bu desperately\ 11 xtor. 1 had $ \\y nervous, and fretful, and ill WILMIXOTOX. N. C.l .

lr not even cotton thread to mend :Marie's J doesn't gain In weight. 1J -- ." -- For Sale by
-
dresjws when they became torn. I had Jas. Pritchard & Son

,i i ,I $finally to put her In furs and had It J Scott's Emulsion 0 0Is 0 WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE :3ITTJSV1I.LE, ., FIR) IV.!
'1 t i not been for some woolens that Mr. l 1 ,
!
S best food and medicine | ORMS BUlLDE1tS.
the
I'oary brought for the Rsklmoa, who SEE THE' TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT
y I a.sl1
11 would not wear thorn. I don't know \ for teething babies. They | B<. In Quality. /

l 4 a what would have happened toIII.. 5! gain from the start. p Y arsH $tcd all Wor r: KmSEs. ( '
H However the uncertainty was far H Fend for. free sample.C Far 20 THE ADVOCATE JOBPRNTNGFFICErlntii
SCOTT & nOWNE, chemists, .5Si BOLD: : Aa r ALL pZ4LYrC1rt3IBTB.Preparm1 ::> : .
than the darkness the bluer Htrret.. New York. T.
worse ,
pg4tapearl .
i Louis.
CtAUL'ARC St. t.:
JAMES F. ft
cold and the poverty all put together."We 5oc. and >i.00;all druggl ate. J by..4 .. ..... all kinds of Commercial: Stationery, Wedding Stationery, Cards, n
,..aa ao.... -
I + lure every hope> an woo had .....o.a o

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 15. 1902. 7 1 1TITUSVILLE.
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1IENDEISONV1LLE, N. c. .
ROOSEVELT RUSTICATING.
DIARY OF AGUINALDO. .
.. ,
i N: IRIVER:: The Pmldvnt DOM Old Cloth wadRerels
__ :aO'rEJ.9: : ,
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I In Oatlmr Pl r* HIGH PARK PLACE IIENDEItSONVILLE, N. O.
ON-TRE-IYUTAN-RIYER. Copy of Unique Document Seat 1 The president Is enjoying his vaca- .

TITUSVILLE ton at Oyster Bay, N. V. aa much as
to a St.. Louis Official. I If ho were a boy just out of boarding OJd;Stone Mansion In a park of fifteen acres.

FLORIDA.! school: and la.a similar way, says Wil For Rooms and Terms address :

STORY OF FLIGHT FROM OUR ARMY liam E Curtis In the Chicago Record- r )!flits, KKKDKRIKA S. CANTWELL.e ,.
. Herald. lie Is his old clothes.
wearing _.._.__.__ _. __..
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III... everyday costume is a negligee
. gI4k J.. O. BAST, Proprietor. Enl..... Indicate That the Filipino shirt linen knickers, tennis shoes and

Leader AV.. 'Kept on Ibo "..ot a,well worn Jacket when the evening ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE.

Q Foot"-Som o( the Kittlv Ceremunle gets cool. lie Is always surrounded bya

i ii DUCK SHOOTING Describedirew.ome F_- ',lot of children. No; matter what he _. '
1 Undoing or where he la going they are r --
g tare of an lucorrol Kvu t. '
} 1 w and FISHING with blp1. 1 believe that be enjoys -.r J
} One of the most unique and Impor ,their company better than If they

. w' Rates: $2.00 per day. taut historical documents relative to ""ere'his own age. There are six of bla 0'/v
i.; '5- the long elusive Agulualdo baa recently own to begin with and eleven nephews _
i been received In St. Louis. The diary and nieces who live in the Immediate _
. f 10 and (12 per week. Agulnalda) as signed! by himself, neighborhood of Sagamore 11111 nnf .r ft.. r

1 with the "morning report" of his coin answer to the name of, Roosevelt. The .

J JACKSONVILLE.: wand every day, was une of tli 3 1 properties which fell Into the est six Upsides these the neighbors

3C bands of the American commanders children ore equally numerous and

when Agulualdo was captured. Typewritten ant usually on hand whenever anything -

3i! II VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. copies were made and distributed Interesting Is going on. Every
-among those who bad vroa. the youngster has his pony and his gun.
highest title to the curious material and It Is n wonder they do not shoot

. says the St. Lou la Globe-Democrat. their own heads off but the president

i Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re Through the Influence of an offlclai bas his batalllon of rough riders under
!
high In the affairs! of the Philippines! a excellent discipline "Uncle Teddy"has

f, novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally; conducted .. copy of thy diary was forwarded to an taught them how to handle firearms fYl2IiY f'w, !f' v .
I o \vial in 8k Louis so that they are aa careful as ai
Rates $2.50 per day and up. The diary, which has been translatedfrom old hunters.To t i GAll

a the Spanish, was started on Nov. see the president of the United
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. 13, 1SOO the date on which .\I\'ulnnldoand States nt the head of this young bondot'lIa"IIlt'9

his staff! were compelled ta lunvo: on their way to tho woodsor
their stronghold at Dayaninaag Dull to the target/ /grounds Is worth, coming -

I rcSTMORELAND HOTEL West pay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE seek quarters less accessible* to the a long way, and the manner In
S FLA. American forces. The Drat objective wlllch he treats them Is worth a study I
, point was Santa Knrbura a remote' and Ha% does not make pets of his children
a American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- mountainous resort After .a ,ride of but be treats them as cqunls' and as

, ed this Fine : several: hours on the railway runningout rational I and responsible beluga and 'Is kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the, above office, ,
season. cooking aidtood table not and Cold Water
a / of Uayainbung\ a march over the quire liS consldorn of their feelings
I LETTKHHEAT* NOTEI1KADS ENVELOPES, lillJ.irEADS SHIPPING r
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Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutesfront any wharf or depot. All Country: was begun, with the mother ns 1 If they were Influential politicians.. .
a and wife of Affiilnnldo and the wivesof For Instance the other day he was sitting TAGS, CARDS etc., eto., printed ohel\plyaml uxperlltlously.

a street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. other officials In the party. At the In bin. library talking Cuban reciprocity .- - .. ----'
i Tory beginning the WRY led through with a friend when a gang of .
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. -
10 1 I, mud "reaching to the knees. ," and boy tn their .shirt sli-eves. (entered and | Official Supply House of The Illinois\ Flidiernien'a Association
there Is nn account of the movement one of them said respectfully -- .... -- -

1 ELY VICTORIA HOTEL Corner Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE which began at 1 a. m. Santa Wrbara "TTiiclc Toddy"" It's after 4." The Chicago itfet'and Twino Co. !
a FLA. was reached shortly before dawn and "By .To\'or'! ho exclaimed, "so It Is;
1J then the march was resumed for "the why didn't you call me sooner' One Manufacturers ofFISHING -

1 Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 per extensive forests of MnnnonB." A .stop[ of you boys get my rifle" Then turn. I
was made for breakfast but no timewne Ing to Ills guest, he mild: "I 1 mint auk ..iq
day. European plan; rooms, 1 50 cents to $1.00 each person. wasted. you to excuse me.Ye will hnve this '

4 R. BIXLEU, Proprietor. This Is the entry for Nov. 15, the second '. talk out some other time. I promisedthe OI
1P day of the flight "At daylight It boys I'd go shooting with them

S'<:AnnEJ ZE. was raining.\ At 0 a. m. we received niter o'clock, and I never keep boys 6
P P news that the Americans were at the '",uttln;:. It's a hard trial for a boy towolt.
entrance of the town and as we. had ."
1n the Clarendon only a email force, ]ur vangluil'dnot And off be rushed with n crowd .
Inn and the Breakers '
Itdo SEABREEZE. having arrived we at once took the of yoniitfMtors around him. nil talking .
.. march for Alu VII, where there are and It Uncle
at tho mime time, was .' i iDeelera'in
;
NETS and Netting of Every Doicrlptlon. a
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST.:: some of General Tinto's fOret'BVe Teddy this. and Uncle Teddy that .
Twine Cord Eta
Seine Maltro
arrived at that town about 12 o'clock until they were out of hearing. That : Hope, tf.i }
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer re- In the duy and kept up the march toward I II his Idea of having n good time. Originators Wholesale) Prices direct to the Fishermen. ,
sort In Florida 70-Bi-tl3: E Indiana St. ChloaRO, Ill
will be under the management of Col. C. O.Post during the Rosarlo the next town passing
...Mention The In letter..
ApvooATH
summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold'g Orchestra, from New York, through woods. The president's (Agul- Watch Corn OIilll. ----- _. your 1
will play dally, afternoon and evening. naldo's) wife had a fainting spell or We are Member! of the Illinois r'liiheinien'M Annnclntlon. i
this of and
'1a However slight nt time year
atna Quests can feel assured of a satisfactory table and attention to their swimming of the head. We halted of
I this climate itU the forerunner mn-
every Iq
She was soon all right, and a bamboocot .. .. .. ... .. .
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II comfert. Rates, f 3 to $2.1>0 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special larlA! disposition t<> yawn, and aa nil
for her. Then all at
arranged
rates for families for the Address C. was thud out feeling even come before the
season. C. POST" Seabreeze, Fla.
once appeared General TInIo announcing clilll. ]Ileiblno by its prompt ..thnnlaI IF YOU WANT A... ..
A. to us that the Americana were pursuing I the action on the liver, drive! the innlitlal ,
us. We at once took up the germs: out of the system, parities the
- SEABREEZE, march. The rain was heavy, and we blued, tones' up tho system and restores. .
he Sea
Side Inn
were drenched. At 3:30: we reached health. :'+Hi.( at 11. Vv'lUon A !Sou's. Lot :

(DAYTONA) FLA. Uonurlo. We pawed on.* commencing ..Building1 ; .
for" the first time to ascend the Inoun- (;.. of Elrvtrtrttf Is A..I..nUDp. .
Opposite Kel\Ilnlt'lI New Casino ,and Pier. This handsome modern
new .
twine of tho Fatty settlement. The Consul Hubert N: 8. Ilcrgh sends
hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach' In Florida is now open for rain was incessant, and there was a from iothcnburK, Sweden) June 10 or a lot with a IIUILOINO READY FOR OCCUPANCY ',
the Spring and /Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining great deal of mud. The bard wind laity: the following:: extract from tile
Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Term $7 to $10 per and the cold'made us shiver. We continued Morning,; lost of tlmt city: An effort f LAND FOIl AN OKA NOR IIKOVE,

week., JAS. II. JOHNSON &; SONS. tile ascent of the mountains, 111I being m.idito use electricity. in agriculture PINKAPIM.K PI.AN'rA'rIaNorTRUCK):' GARDEN
t and as we had already reached ele- A ,Hoedlleld I h* covered by a ..\ 1'
Inter House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona,. Florida. vation of COO meters seemed that we network of wire and 11 strong electric We probably have for sale jlnt what you are perking, : ,

. current Is turned on ,during nights and
altitude and
-- 0--- -- -- were at a pretty great very
/Settlers are looking( In but mill\ I tb"r.IM l room. If yon arc !
WEST PALM close to the sky. Hut 5 o'clock In the chilly days, but cut off during sunny
( BEACH.
morning arrived, and'stlll we had not and warm weather. The system Is In look Ing tlil way, drop n lino to
reached the summit. We kept up tile \'t'l1tt'l"y\ rrofoiuor Lemstrom of Heltluefurs )- ,
march In the midst of tbe pouring I'lnliuid. :Nothisugcan be said JAS. E INGRAHAM V"....Pre.Wnt. "

he Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, rain, and just about 8 p. m. we arrived aa yet to \Its !pmctlculilllty.ftnrrl '
FLORIDA. at the Corny s settlement located on the ILORIDA EAST: COAST fI'1,
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, peak of the mountain. Wa were all 'h.n.I.II..

W. -ERNST, .Manager, wet and had no clothes for making a Chandellel-H with tin lights made of BT, AUOT'STINK. FLA.
change as the rear guard soldiers had horn are 'among tin lute novelties. .
I On Lake Worth opposite Postoffloe and business hous .. Large verandas. our luggage with them. llelng half Side lights of horn with the large part -- -- -- -- -

dead from the effect! of tile rain wind of the born against Ibo wall anal an CI3ASe: $ L VM c 00.
Strictly first-class.. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. ,
and cold and wishing to avoid bad re- electric light globe at tho point of the .

. 7NEW cults. we Immediately entered the horn. arc used In conjunction with HIT. ate W, ,.,. .... JACKSONVIULE. FLA.IDoz. .'
bouHes that were here and Without delay Ihl.ltl', says the :N.; 'w York Journal.
YORKOw :
kindled, tires hi the 'calami.; or ua-
tlve stoves of the houses. We at once }

I drew ueur the th"tllW the warmth might Cured lamlyU.", ", FULL FuW.a .

York Furnished Rooms. relieve us, end ut the same time we W H. B lly. P. O. True, Texan, write: j
took off! our clothua to dry them. As "301, wife had been suffering live yvais.
soon'as we were somewhat restoredwe "with paralysis In her arm, when 1 was a
Well furnished room at 10 West 21st Street, New York. Southerner will ate-that Is. each of us ate a little persuaded to use Uallnrd'a Know I.lul fXPRfSS i pAE
find this location fiery desirable for shopping, and Is,In close proximity: to all since there was not sufficient to satisfy men), which cured her all rlnbt. I have'' PREPAID 4 4J$42O
also used It for bid sores, 'front bites and
places of amusement. Address: the cravings of tbe stomach." akin eruptions. It doe the woili." 2o.5ik $ .

Mrs. D. tfEMLINGER W, 2lst street, New York. The account of the restless pilgrim- I and *1. bottles at >rt'llnon A. ('>n'.. I ITntlnln I JP-!
ago extends from the latter part of I 1 ?

ItSOO to the end of March, 1001. There Itorxrm to 1.10. Aatn .

are no very lengthy; stops recorded. Albert 1C. Slmttuck and CourtinndtField I tS
43th Street bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue The predominating note Is a scarcity 6 p
HE HAMILTON ItlHbop have undertaken the task . ,4 f1
of food when sugar cane was eaten by
NEW YORK.A of Instructing the horses In Lenox In I
the party en route. There Is rainfall la
the way they Hhould behave when they I
Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central and Desirably almost every entry. The proximity of encounter nn automobile. says the New .
American forces In. I
the frequentlynoted << .
and Mr.
Mr. Shnttuck
Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. aod the subsequent entry always York Prims. Df LIVER CO fO(? .
Bishop! are devoting several hours every I Qt
Furnished and'Uofurnlshed. > shows a (different location. Horn morning to these outdoor classes O ''i
of tbe are devoted to descriptions
page $12 V
T. CCLLEN ROBERTS. ID equine etiquette.
of native orgies or ceremonials.

One of these particularly In recorded the
In graphic phrases. It occurs under r Agents for the l'ulw Brewing Co.ake .
separate headlug. 'Description of) the nn l work off thc CoM.
otel Marlborough Kanno." and the Ueflnltlou Is furnished Laxative Uromo-Qulnlne Tablets cur a
that "the kanao l Is a feast cold In one day. N"o Cure, No Pay. ....s..rO '

I which the Ig-orl'oteJl'l.'t'le\rate\ In each I'rloe Mots._ 1) J t pThey ,

Broadway, :Jth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. ranch or settlement. when one or nay on. constipation the
number of them secure the brad of an ChIno will again he permitted to con-
400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con. enemy by means of battle or treachery. decl Its own affairs! so long as It conducts bowels, but regular; action cannot be secured until fie I liver ;
secretes enouth bile to: mate: !: the Inte U.les.
ducted on American and European plans, and I I. managed under the personal The ceremony I Is described< as them In a manner satisfactory to execute their natural function M Unnatural -
consisting of earring off! the baud and
I other /:ot'mmpnta.hYlllctau acltatlon.caused by cathartics/ IH : e ;
of the of the ) and takIng
supervision owner. feet decapitated body
continual l and Increasing doses to IBattain
E. S. CROWELL., Manager. these members to the house of the and UruJrJ'lIt" the results. n
local fhfof. Then! for A nprfiMl of six:
.. nlgbt*_the clans'a'bl.; ."i.t' the chiefs Ford A Sturgeon, ft prominent drag compel'l ,
house dancing about tbe bead In a firm of Rocky: Hill Station Ky., write:
\Ve were ro' neeteol by Or. (i. II. Solgley! on the
greVsome The
and 41st :Street particularly manner.
[otel Yendome Broadway warriors "scrub their faces with the to send for Turbine for the benefit of our \ liver! cures Chills a
NEW YORK CITY. I customer. We ordered three dozen In and Fever and form of
hand* and feet of the victim even sad Her- e every
I December, we are glad to say.
1.1 after tbe process of decomposition taasst bin has /given such great satUfactlou Malarial; CUi'-u-i:) Pemltttng; and Intermitting
FIREPROOF. :300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet In." On the third day the body Is that we have duplicated this order three, : Fevers, and, ry going to the seat of the

...- burled near the bouse. On tbe sixth\ and today we gln.our Mlestnao another trouble, works permanent cure.
and with
PLAN. Good f:J
rooms. EUROPEAN room 1BO; large rooms ; day the other parts are buried to be order. We beg to say Dr. O. B. Bnleley Firry c tTR: pni OOTTIH.II. .

private) bath $:?.l10 per day and UP"ard. The ma.nsgtoieat Is order tte personal dog up after a certain lapse of time so takes pleasure in recommending Herbln -
that the bones may tHt used as ornaments ',r Wteta bottles at B. H. Wilson AHODS. .
supervision of the owner. FBANK'GRUEN/.MaDager.; for the boane. C It. WILSON & SOX.

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: ,ili;' J' Il ::/ d: i? FOR GOOD ROADS IN FLORIDA Robbins, & Graham Co. E.. ,L. :eE......,DEALERS D IN-'-& :seO.:: ,

I .' To the Citizen and Tax Payers of Bre .
',' JEWELERS' : : AND SILVERSMITHS vard County. (Incorporated.) GROCERIES; GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,

; 41 W'estBiJ1 Street! The War Claim amounting to 700,000 PAID UP CAPITAL M,6bO.OO.: for MAPES
r" We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents FERTII I ;1 ERs
:; ': JACKSONVILLE will no doubt be apportioned by the next the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all '
I' FLORIDA legislature ot the !State to the different This company owns We deal exclusively: \ ',08ug.
y'I I era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.K. ) .

." 'I. Largest stock Established la this section In 18118.of country. Counties While. the different School Boards of .1A.. :3ST: :: :3D S, L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FIA.

Florida are preparing to make a fight for In the Rivet On the St. -=
aj 't Send for descriptive catalogue. Indian Country;
; L' Khanceck's this money, there are many tax payerswho
H', think it should be used for roads. Lucie River; at New River and on Bay W. CARROLL

I am sure that our county would much ,
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH Dl cayne. Prices to suit the times.Send .
Indorsed I
Liquid Sulphur '
.. prefer seeing this money used on the -Dealer In-
and prescribed by many leading physicians roads than for schools. Our schools are for Land List.

t.. Brewing Asso's. throughout the State, for all blood little In excellent complaint.condition, and there la.. very 1/ Offices at Titnsville\ and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES,

and skin troubles. Hundreds of cases of
We are now paying a general school Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited
( famous St.! lonii Keg and Bottled Eczema and other skin diseases have tax of five mills and the major portion OEO. M. ROBBIES, F. A. MORGAN, TITUSVILLE1. .- FLORIDA.

JI! 14 Boar.dol been permanently cured, after many of this county Is paying a subnalatrict President. Actuary.BreYard

.1/'/ years standing, by the use of Hancock' special three mill tax, making a total of Abstract of Title Co. ---=
I In
r eight mills. a few years with our ,
Liquid Sulphur. For sale by. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
_/ '. MotlowTltimvHleFls.. ; School Board out of debt we should WILL FURNISHAbstracts
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w By Mr, R. t-)Iutlo...,Cocoa,I'll& B. R WILSON & SON, DRUGGISTS any have State.as good school service as there Is In \ of Titleroil TITUSVILLE, FLA.

JOSEPH ZAPF TITUSVILLE }FLORIDA Our roads although much money baa LANDS INS Is prepared to furnish Ice Ir any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentlot

I been expended and much work. accomplished Brevard paid sacking for Yachts or for family\ use. :Fair dealing la my motto.
: County.Office
still The Boardof ,
are very poor.
'i T. T.W TMORE, Pr prietor.
; Sole Agent. MRS. IDA. A. FLAGLER'S ES- County Commissioners have, we think, under Law Office of
4 done all any Board could do with the -
TATE. amount of funds have had from GEO. H. BOBBINS,
610 to 20( West Bay Street, we' a
tp'' c three mill tax, except where Individual TITCBVII.LK, FLA.

+ ;' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. districts bave rated a special tax upon
One of the ADVOCATE'S: New York Whaler's Store.
themselves.
I. correspondents writes ns as follows: The Jewelry
I
With the that will
money come to us East Coast Meat Market
following will to
numerous
prove your
Mason's Fruit Jars. from this War Claim added to our annual
readers that Mr. Henry M.\ Flagler, the .
benefactor of the!: East Coast Is a good i road miles tax, we can add quite a number ol O. F. DUREN, Agent. G. L. MANDAVILLE, :Prop. Successor to-H. T. WHALER.
of finished roads the
I year we re-
PINTS, 60 cent per dozen. and generous man. Job E. Hedges as
referee, has prepared for the Supreme ceive money. Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Etc.
Good roads are without the C'-
doubt r orn : ,
Court a In which he establishes
CScts dozen. report po:; -
QTJARTS, per best drawing card have
i iv 1 the kinship of Mrs. Ida A. Flagler) who : any county can o.O
I. hopelessly insane. Probably it will One of the first questions asked by prospective ; : SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing ef Fine Wfttehes
GAL. Oil cts. dozen. of land is "What pt
per purchasers :
? surprise the readers of the pink paper to kind of roads have ?" t r9PC and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 month
you
t learn that Mrs. Flagler's estate Is worth
1 AT1 NvOY,3p1 ='
The Good Roads Association of the
G. T. BUNTING, the snug little sum of $2,2WOOIlO(> ( and the Third CommUitloner'sDIftirfct, have pt-: Ej Mail Orders will recede prompt and careful attention """ .
net Income from it Is suggested -
185 Furniture. $117,000 year. the Idea of FLORIDA
The relatives-as judicially determined circulating petitionsover TITUSVILLE. ,i
St. Florida.t the the .
Augustine, county giving taxpayers "
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( -of Mrs. Flagler, and the proportioneach
will get of her estate If she dies before an opportunity to sign* asking the legislature _. t1 w
"I : \ to award this for road and =:s P
i money
they d6, are: Chan. F. Shourds, her ti.
,' r not for schools. I am pleased to the
I I sea
i ; : brother one-quarter; S. E. Shourdu, her -; b Attention !
''Ir rowing interest-la this county for good Special
t I biother. ooe-quartel ; Mr*. Mattie A. roads, and to see the tax payers in the7cunmls8lonera' TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Johnson sister and the
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one-quarter; districts forming flood .
u 11 other quarter will go among William, Roads Associations. The fifth Com misslouer's .
Richard and George Taylor, sons of Mrs. GIVEN: TO trAIL ORDERS FOR-
District was the first to form an ,
Flagler's sister Mary EmmaTavlor, who uigoclatlon of this kind the Third has J Glassware
died in 18114.( Soon after her death the ; Hardware, TinwareCrockeryy ,
followed and I hope the Fourth Second
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boys' father, who died In 1889! bad them Is ,
and First will do likewise. I believe\
placed In the New York Foundling Asy better results can be hall by consideration tr Harness and. Stoves sa
t 1M 1 i l lum, and ten years later they wore ap of matters of this nature when the '
6 prenticed to farmers in Illinois. All the
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ii above money came out of the pocket of people come together; and agree. I am N k C C''Our' Stock 8s Complete and We Can FHI Orders Promptly
I Mr. lure it will lessen the weight; of the responsibility s -y,
Flagler.DISPUTE of the CommlsHloner to know S

) that the people are holding; up his banda. Jas. Fritch.ard & Son.

OVER AN ORANGE i Let us think on these matters. Let .+. .
each: CommUsIoner'H District have a
Postofflce Box 212
GROVE.Last ,
S i Good Roads Association and once a year:

t let us have a Good Roods! County Convention 1JLt\ls"vi.L.: :: FtOr1.d.a.: : .
DURING THESE HOT DAYS Monday, F Tallmadge, New to meet some time after th@ ,

ti' open up one of my bottles of York, through bis lawyer, undertook to State Association adjourns each year; In -
take possession of an orange grove *t other words, as tax payers of the grand,
OLD WINE OR WHISKEY Bonaventure, which he purchased of W. old County of Brevard let us, coma together .

E JIH and drink to the health and pro.perlty of O," Frlnk the administrator of the estate and act as one man for the advancement -
( friends and self. of the late CapU J. Q. Stewart, says of our county's Interests and If Your House Goes up in Smoke Piheappies

These goods. are pure and wholesome.I the Merritt correspondent of the Times- for good: roads.
1L Unexcelled for richness, strength and Union and Citizen. Mr. Tallmadge's representative Acting/ upon the suggestion\ of the Good and you l loose everything i

y t flavor. found the grove in possession toads Association of the Third Commis- It is your own fault.

jik I ROOT. L. MOTLOW, of J, F. Wooten Cocoa. There loner's District I shall as soon an posible FJ.ro: :Jn.S'1ran.ce.>

'. 'TITUS VILLE and COCOA, FLA.- are ton or twelve hundred orange trees, have properly beaded and sent toCommlssionei's ufUclent; to cover the value of the property We solicit consignments of alllkinds of Fruits Vl getabJeaaddl
and floe vegetable laud on the propertyof each 1)1strict i a petition, and household effects should be car- .
J'\'ualue8. All shipments reoelw our personal attention. Returns
10 i acres asking thai ttm War Fund be awanMI ried. Rates ate not hlleb. The companion
L. A. Ilildretli It appears that Punk sold the same ''I for roadH. we represent are solvent, reliable and lib made-day of sale SteuolB or rubber stamp on appllcationt.SOODBI.E .

i leaf property to the late H. Julius :Smith:: of Yders. for (lo'ul Roads, eral. Claims are l promptly adjusted.Don' .
u Dealer In Foreign aud Domestic Brands 1'onipton Lake, N. J., and Mr. Wooten JOHX R. \VALKpit.Vice. neglect to take out policy.
.e"ldent Corn mtesiuners' :: ) dZ =:FTC-:=: =
.of.... put chased It of Mr. :binith's:: estate on thotI"t County SCIIUVLER & 3KANNING, t .
of March last, when he took posseselon (loud Rand. AsHocl.itlou of Florida.

Rum Brandies Whiskeys Gins of It.4'rink's. TITUS VI LLE, F FLORIDA. 21, ROAXOKE DOCK NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.

"', d..ed to Tall \\adjle was dated BREVARD COUNTY COURT. aCurreopondeuce Invited.

I 4 i Wines Bottled Ale, fleer and Stout prior to his deed to Smith; but the deed :
I of :Smith:: was recorded at Brevard County ESTABLISHED 1BTII.
a'I The best whiskey and liquors served by Clerk's of Ice, Tltusvllle, prior to that of The County Court for the county of

polite and courteous attention Tallmadgo. Irevaid convened on !Monday, AIIKKHC
11, 1002( : with Hon A. D. Penney,Judw;
A first clam line of M. Lane & Son
foreign and D. (.. Gaulden; Prosecuting Attor .
'' and domestic cigars. PINEAPPLES IN THE INDIAN ney. The following OHses were disposed ,

r"" T FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited RIVER COUNTRY. of: t
State of Florida: vs David Evans white '200 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW BpRIL
i I Prompt and careful attention given charged with carrying; a concealed sewlq nINE

'! ', t to mall order.ccompanled by cash. Although the past season has been one weapon. The jury brought In .* verdict,
I of drouth, the pineapple crop In the Indian of not guilty. l>. L. Gaulden defendedand Southern Fruit and Produce cCommission.
L. A. IIILDRETH. River section has: been more than M. Goldsmith prosecuted.'

I I' FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA an average one and prices bave ruled Mate of Florida vs O :S::I. Haltcolored,
high, so that the planters are well satis-
;
r 1 with the of their charged with carrying concealed weapon. :: ::: ::: eJO'b..a.c..ts.: ::
I : ----- --- .MIOM-- -"-- fled outcome crop says Continued to next term of court. M, ,
,Ir ___ f NCT. .. the Homfcsceker. The real pineapplebelt
Goldsmith prosecuted and 1) L. Gaulden
yyy UNIVERSITY COLLEGE commences a few miles north of defended. i FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY
i Fort Pierce and extends over the entire .
of Florida Will colored
State vs Bradley
I OFMPD ME 0 I C ME-Ao'1 I1 southern section of the county. The charged; with carrying a concealed lll1\ '
r i ( -Of MTISTRY-PHARMACY spruce pine and hickory lands have been The verdictof Stencils; Cards and our quotations urnlshet on application..
bronght
weapon. jury ; a We are agents; for the above Sewing
;
best for this
considered the growing
Lecture ".11. Jo" Theory not guilty: D. I.. Gaulden prosecutedand -
I Laboratories. ,/Practice.<>r Proof profitable Crop, until a few experiments Geo. M. Robbins defended. Machine, and keep a full line of the dif-
Ho.plt.lajor

"! ... On. hundred p.le Catalugiia traa.HREVAKU were White made City on and the other heavier points.fiat lands Theselands at, charged State of with Florida aggravated vs James assault.Lee, colored Found, ferentstyleson! hand. F. R-uhlmarx: : <& Co.

sA have proven their adaptability to I (guilty and fined $:!OO and costs or 12 JOUNT. WALKER & CO.

growing pineapples, and this year there months at hard labor I). L. (Jmldenprosecuted Tltusvllle. Florida
COUNTY IKEAJURKH'SSTATKMKMT. ,! will be a large Increase In the acreage
and Geo. M. Robbins defend FLORIDA
I : planted. Hundreds of acres of old plantations -
I Aaitunt I. 1)!K.. that have passed their usefulnesswill ed.State .
of Florida James Lee colored Bros.EAU
vs ,
I llalnnoa cash on hand July t.tttsr4. ..t 10,0.018( / be reset this These facts de- Hodgson : :
Amount reuelvsdmJuly. ItMj ..., .... lUtb.t year. charged with aggravated assault. This !: i3.I E.A..PPLES: :
the
monstrate that pineapple growersof I. a second case of assault against this GAL.LIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
Total....... .... ..... ... ." '... ....u.ooTi* Indian River are more than satisfied, defendant. D. I..Gaulden nolle protumd
I.... warrant. paid In ,Jill, 1902, with this branch of horticulture his Marine Railway. \
and delivered to County (:uiunilnalours < call A SPECIALTY.
:, ;; aa 4 School Wwrd.. .... ..... ..... 8.MO 71lUlanoe State of Florida vs Moss Johnson col- General Merchants and Ship'Chandlers.Special ,

6n hand 100J ...... .ii 'i4M INFORMATION WANTED. ored, charged with aggravated assault\ Facilities.. !
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Aiig 1st The prosecuting witness being In jail In New York Agents fo Florida, Fancy yine ppl.AsHooiabloiL.

J :i j ABOVBJ BALAKOM I' HaLO1 t'OLLO-; )Land, F. .1. Webb acting' prosecutor For Hauling'Out, Storing and Repairing, I

,I 4' .. Deposited raahiw's Iiullan. certtnoste.tea River ritato Bank'hmlt JACKSONVILLE: FLA., Aug. 6, IPOa. )t In this case, nolle prostied and defend.ant Yachts and Launches : .261 Washington St i 1 NEW TOIOL>
1 a* per
N1/i / to monthly report. less chock out lu t 8,801 to all Welt Adams St. | was discharged. I). L. Gauldon defended 03 Mlunay Street. J J N. y.
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the Mention the ADvocATc when writing
-- pilsoner.
k, I 1 Total............... .. :$ ,1101 411"j' Editor Bad Coast AJvocatf. State of Florida vs Sam Grant,colored h __ ___
BALAMOB4 BKCOKGHMIl TO ICACIi'FIND AS VOL.
1 I LOW*I I am In the State for a limited time, charged with petit larceny. Pleadedguilty Two Fine" Lots For Sale.
'! { County Re"IOnne-Ottlloral Fund .... ..$3ono M trying to locate my father, and If your and was fined $10 and costs, or 17 OLI"V'Jrr: : : :' :seO :aEeS:
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I t I > Road and Bridge. Fund......,,... 74): 00N lays In j.-11at hard labor.A .
i Muiiainff Fund,.. ID 81Ftna paper has not already copied from the Two fine 10-aore;: lots lying; on Indian
< and Furftltura Fund; .::::::: TW 13 Jacksonville papers of Thursday July 31, case came up on appeal from the 'River, :-i miles south of Fort Pierce, oa a ,
FesdinVPrtsonsr.Fund! ...... .. Butte. which contained AD article In\ reference to 2ud:! Justice district, Jno. D. Teeter good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet Produce Commission Merchants.
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8.Row Food,New JJUt.No.1. 100 41
\ .. .. John Cavanaugh whom are trying to being plaintiff Henry B. Howard the
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4 : j1 S.l,0 41 MM > river frvntage. High! bluff covered with
; MM It.? *. 4 ,. .,. 1,8411 I 6Hit I locate, will you please publish the following efendtnt, and R. A. and R. G. Hardee palms and hardwood timber. Good for
,"I N li N .. ** 0..J.. 45 06 which will aid us In rarnlshers.! D. I.. Gaulden in behalf of
I ............. description, oranges, grapefruit: tangerines and pine-
4 i': e County name Warden Fund !W mJ the Hardees, filed an amended answer,
Vtaptrtf, of Dauennetl 1'orn.im Fund.... I 811 our search: apples. No better location on the riverat Florida Pines Our
I J (.o..nt".ho..l-u..n..nud.. ........... 4J 8USHMlal John Cavanaugh, who left his home In and F. J. Webb In behalf of Jno. D. any price. $1,000.00 for each lot. Specialty.
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It j |:. Tax Hclio.,1! J>.l.t. :1.0--! ........... 2-1713 Rhode Island last December probablyfor Teeter, the 'platntltf, was given until C. T. McCAHTT,
> .......... ,. end\ 'tA't' filed.
the
September to
old reply to answer
t N e 8........... 37J 17 the south was G5 years height, Aukona, Fla.
} 6 ft. 5 I lot; weight, 1JO: Ibs; delicate In : 335 Street

I !1i 1 j' Total.. ..,....................... .$ 8,30448 appearance, sandy complexion, closelycut Itoitth of Congraaaraan I>...l.' IAiit>t.r. I Cleaned Washington ,
J it F. H. MoVR, Counts: Treaaurer. grey hair, rather long grey beard I. Clothing Dyed, NEW YORK.
r small set blue quiet andretiring
deep eyes; very
The death of Pressed and Ladies' dressesa
4 drink at McCoy, Tenn., Mrs.G. Repaired. <<
i For Sale. disposition; does not or References: Our 33 record York.
Chatham
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smoke. Worked on a plantation in or B. Garwood daughter of Congressman specialty. Address, years National Bank, New _
i. I, ,j Robt. W. Davis, of Palatka.of heart SAM: PERKINS, -
I near Jacksonville or St. Augustine some
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i An Ideal home on Indian River; about 2') failure, was a great shock to the friendsof Magnolia" Avenue and 6th Street,

:1 seven acres of J land 1; good house, painted We years are ago.willing to pay a suitable reward the deceased lady iq Florida, where P. O. Box 255. Sanford, Fla. Seeds For

"I f" and in good repair; fruit trees, shade to anyone giving definite inlormation as she had a host of friends Attorney S. Summer Crops
;+I t E 11 .1 trees, too lool shrubs and Itow".... A to his whereabouts.. ,J. Illlburn, of ralatklIl1Ir partner of Drajrin *
\ r never falling! sprint of pur,water. Price MAKQARKJ. M. CAVAXAITOII. Congressman" Davis who was at Sen .
i # moderate, good reasons for selling\ For Permanent address: Valley Falls, H. I. breeze over Sunday Informed an A Dvo Draylng or hauling of all kinds prompty .
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further particulars, address cAve representative that Mrs. Garwood attended to. Meets all)} trains. Stove Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte Gian' |
1 L. W. C., bad died from heart failure, and Congressman wood supplied. Beggarweed clean. '

Care ADVOCATE!:, Tltitsville, Fla. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. Davis, who had been North to ALF ED HADLKV, Tltusville.
s see bis daugh ter. Miss Nellie would bring
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: the remains to Palatka for interment. IE.A.S:
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,I' ; The usual September examination of Land For Sale.
Whtppa Clays Wonderful Black
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1 JJA COCK'sLtQ\JrOSUJ.plROure.\ ( Brevard will be held Unknown Ladyflngers
teachers for county O
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r 4:A' Prickly Heat la one application, at B. In the public schogt-house building at OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALton's 17" acres first-class pineapple land, peck Clean$123 Bright bu.hel.Stock: ; Lowest Prices Conch Peas, 33 Son's ;
Wilson &
I \ ", drug store. Tltusvllle, beginning; on Tuesday, the : Rapid Calking Tools now la use desirable front, on*St. Lucle river, at a Poultry Stock Food
I t1;'1 :2nd of September, 100,'. by boat owners In the United States. bargain. For reasonable terms write, Supplies, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.

ECST" Reading notice ada. on this page R. E. Nuts\. Price ....00 and $5.00 each, at the ADVOCATE W. W. LCCB!:, L. CAMERON. The Seed Store

I Ii'. aro live cents per line per week. County Supt. office Tltusville, Fla. Tlbbals, Fla. 125 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE: FLA.


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