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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 22, 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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L. 34. NO. 'QO. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 33, 10OQ.!: PRICE Bo. f,



LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing.,- IMUNTElt ANTED THIS LARGE, BRICK STOUK.; C. B. CORY AS A GOLFER. AMONG THE HOTELS. j

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

d Topics of General Interest. Judge M. S. Jones has been 'enjoying Wanted, for about two month, a Special Sale Saturday, Augr. 23, On of the most prominent participant Where to stop- In TUuavUlef See TI. I
a visit to his place at Klonkiko this printer. to work in tbla olllce. Write to and Sftth. at the big tournament at Manchester, tusvllla hotel ad on oat It a page '
Monday. August
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ADVOCATE,, Vt. was Mr. C. B. Cory, so well known
THE .ADVOCATE, week. Titusvllle, } Ia. 'at ,r. Ii. Walker & Co's. as time manager of the East Coast Golf ;< Where to atop aloft the East Coast.
| $1.50 per annum In advance.. -Capt. II. B. Shaw, of Ormond, was Links, which he looks after In the win S.eUllt of hotels on page 7.
t $1.00 '. six months, In town from Wednesday until yester -Rev. Gerret Van Route leaves todayfor Two Days. ter. Mr. Cory's kill has stood him in I 1 The ADVOCATE la mow on Ale at all
t I $3.00 per an.to foreign countries. day. a week's visit to.Rockledue.on church Take advantage of this sale; the values: good stead at the Manchester tournament ''the best hl>&ell1lo New York city.Visitors .

Then you subscribe for the ADVO- -Mr. Wm. heist of Ocala, Is at the business.Mr. offered cnn never be duplicated.A and the result! of the lust/ play has been,
to Havana Cuba will find
Goodail largo line of ladles' and pentlemon's to match Mr. Cory with Waller J, TiavIn. ,
does cost new
It not ;
the youe Seaside Inn the surf- l
tK by enjoying !
leaveon the file week
Fred. B. Sooble expects to ADVOOATK on every at the
the national In the
week bolts and champion finals.The ,
,
cents per postage Included. bathing and fishing.We for week's visit to St. any length any style you American Club s "
Saturday a
of
Sote may wl h. Note these prices. Philadelphia Inquirer, Saturday, It
printed
date of expiration week. uponr This mv-:; cannot guarantee to publish Augustine. Belts worth $1,25 for 04 cents; belts gives the following details; Manager Jas. P. Vlnlng, formerly of I I
4 paper or for wrapper every No need Items that do not reach this office before -Mr. Jet!. B. Browne, the recently-! worth *: I.X for Hi 0) cAnts; belts worth Ki "Under superb Rolling: conditions of Hotel Coqulna) Ormond ; and the Colon
receipt ;your money for noon on Thursdays. elected Railroad Commissioner, Is now cents fort(!: cents; butts worth IV cents turf and atmosphere, the tournament at nodes Seabreexo, Is sending out some
(us to send receipt it subscription. Postmaster Edwin Kirby and wife, taking. rest at Ilenderaonvllle, N. C. for r>U cent; belts worth SO; cents for 37 the Ekwanok Country Club went through neat little bllls-of-faro. of.-his hotel, ,
to
date
m gives you. of Palatka are some time at cents ; belts worth 10 cents for 20 cents; the aeml. nal round for the four cups, the Greylock, WI1\1uRlllto"a\ ,M...... They I
PUB EAST COAST ADVOOATK Is on the Seaside,Inn Goodall.Mr. spending. -We regret: to learn that Dr. M, D. L. belts worth cents for 26 centa; belts to-day, and the principal event, that for aro gotten up with taste, and are quite i
j> at the following news-stands, at five Dodson; of this place Is quite 111, having worth 35: cents at in cents. the Clip offered) by I'rellicientbam, attractive.The. .
> Hts per copy : T. V. Moore, a prominent pineapple bad a stroke of paralysis 1 a few days ago. We have.. just received another large I leaves Walter J. Travis of Garden City,
ItunlUe-B. R. Wilson: Son. grower, of Jensen, was a pleasant TAKE YOUR BICYCLK1. SEWING line of Ladies' Underwear, cheaper than i and last year's national ohamplonkto play Clarendon, Inn and Breakers, Soa.bl'e..o j'
onvllle-Duval hotel. callef at this office on Saturday.:! Machines and Stoves to W. P. Giles' ever offered before. Look at these prices C. B. Cory, of Wollaston.) are now nearly crowded with

News stand,Union... depot 1 -Mrs. J. F. Drane and' family, of Repair ,Shop, close to Indian River A ftarmont worth (:X&O for $J ItO; 4 garment "The feature of the day was the defeat 1 geese genial manager front basement, Col. C.to C.roof Post; ,and and the his
Gainesville, are enjoying the' hospitalities hotel. All work guaranteed.Do worth *\ :2 00 for 41,80; a garment of Findlay S. Douglas, the 11'11111111I1.\ hand Mr. Carl havebsendoing I
toe are ten cents of the :Seaside Inn Goodall. worth $2: .11 for $\\1)\ ( ; a raiment worth pion, by )'olln'I'II.nk/ O. Rein hart, of : right man, Knappe,
their utmost to make
be worried with thing
not mosquitoesand M.OO for *1. !'.); garment worth $.1.7ifor Plulnfleld N. J., and also of Pilneeton.
[ line on this page. CLYDE and Mallory Bound Trip Ticket flies, when you can buy screen door $1.31 ; garment worth >!1.lIn(> for 11.11; a The nmtch between Travis And Chick pleasant and comfortable for those whom '
Filter tubes are now for sale at for sale, meals and berth Included and window frame. cheap of the East: garment worth (.1.25 for U.I; cents; a garment proved to be one of the closest of the I they are enteitaluing.
"office, price 23cts; postage extras Cheap. ADVOOATK office, Tltusvllle.Mr Coast Lumber and Supply: Co., Eau worth $1.1111) for (Icents) ; a garment day, equaling that between Kolnhart and I The AI Fresco hotel grounds are undergoing I

,-Mre. Perdue, one or Ooala's proml-) I T.. Donnelly, of Indlanola, was Gal\lie. worth 7-1 cents for 84 cents; a garment Douglas In the morning. 'Iti svls' card a coinmeudiiblu change, which i
ot residents, is a guest of the Seaside In town, on Monday, to see his attorney, -Miss Edna I.. Kirby, of Palatka, was worth (ID cents for 41 cents; a garment was HO and Chick's 8:1: eighteen liulos. greatly Improves the appearance and I
Goodall.) Mr, Geo. M. Kobblnu on legal business.We one of the belles of the ball at thoCasino, worth 5(1( cents for 37 cents; oj>d a gar "C. B. Cory defeated Frank O. Itclu- makes It more pleasant, says the ADVO
i, acknowledge a pleasant call. Goodall last :Saturday night. She:! Is a ment worth 'M cents for 2(1() cents. bart, the conqueror of Douglas, by U tip, cAT)E's; .Tenson oorreapondont. Mr. and
Contractor J. McDonald, of Miami), guest of the Seaside Inn, wbere she hasa J. dlelO'( Collars galore; -new and downto In an exciting contest. Cory was 2 up at Mrs, Jno. Piirk, the owners, Intend to E
used through here, TuesdAY, on his -Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Snider and family host of friends.* date; ID-cent line at 7 cent.; l.Vcent: the turn, and held the lead, to the end. make It nuoond to none on tho Kast Coast 1
ay' to Jacksonville.Bronson \ of Ocala, are among the pleasant line at 11 cents; 25;\.rent lino at 18 cents; Ills) medal score was 81 titKolnlmrt's 82": of Florida, of its class, In comfort, both ,
'<'.;i..Mrll and Miss B. E. Bron- guests of the Seaside Inn, Goodall. Mr. OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W AI.- 3S-cent line at 2(1 cents; AO-oent line at Prof. Cory Is the founder of Canaveral IlK to the lateral and external want and
of thejLgeaslde Snider Is one of Ocala' promlnnnt mer tou's Rapid Calking Tools DOW In use 37 cents; everything above S() cents each; Club, near Titusville, and I h. known to a needs of mankind.
":SKID, of DeLand, are popular guests chants. by boat owners In the United States. no per cent olf. They all go. Buy your large number of people along the East j
Inn, Goodall.HPThe Price $4.00 and $S.OO each, at the ADVOOATK collars Const of Florida The Frontenao, at Frontenao, N. Y. :
Inside walls of the post office -Captain II. Y. Snow, of Palatka, a : office/ Titusville, Fin The season's now. latest Chatelaine Bags at rccognlned BS the best and leading hot8tIn
- of the Seaside Inn Goodall, Is saidto Island Is having .
. guest the Thousand region,
kalsomlned this week which worth :.1.50/
have been knock out Those $
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Porcher and prices
-
be one of the finest amateur fishermen successful under the
I A NOVEL FACTORY a highly leMOn
't, decided improvement. for4U2A those worth $:a.fotl) for 41.03( ;
a of Cocoa still sojourning at ;
I ',at the hotel lie brings in, almost dally, family, are capable management of Mr. Henry W.
Mr8. H. O. lIamm and family,of Pa. large strings of fish the Blodgett seaside cottage, Goodall, those worth X23: for $1.45; those worth Merrill, of the Royal Palm, Miami, Fla. I
?I *1.50 for tin cents those worth $1 25 for the East Coast of Florida and
tka'have been guests; at the Seaside:! enjoying the surf-bathing, as welt as ; On the This line new hotel erected and furnishedat
Goodwill, for some time past. -Mr. C. E, McMullen, foreman on the making good hauls of fish oft Kesting'sL'ler. 87: cents; those worth 73: cents for GO eta banks of Indian River stands the thriving large cost supple. a long-felt,: want \In
Miami Metropolis, who has been on a Lawns, dimities, eto etc,, at actual town of Eau Gallle. In this town Is delightful !
LIQUID SULPHUR cures visit. to his old home in Lakeland this I melon as heretofore a
.NCOCK'S was cost-during this sale. located one of the curiosities of the
,,11 blood and skin diseases. For sale by a pleasant caller at this olllce, :Tuesday. Misses Kate Pritobard, Daisy Brady An Oak Hall Rack-good 1 and substantial .. state, vie,, a wood-woiking plant opera. majority of tho hotel In the Thousand l
I. R. Wilson A Son, Tltusvlll-j, Fla. lie was returning to Miami. and Lula McGulre nod Messrs. I". B. -mlrrow 12x18; worth $10.00(); this ted by water power obtained from two slnnds[ have been of an underslrablo class.
Scobie, G. Vanlloute and J, P. Wilson Mr. Merrill, the present manager, Is well
-Mr. and )[r8. C. Freeman, of Littlever -Mr. Julius Kline loft here, Sunday, enjoyed a fine moonlight sail on the sale only $7. chair the !large artesian. wells at a depth of COO) known to tourists from bill long connection ,!
.
are enjoying a visit to Goo thing for an Invalid. Price, ,-111.011) We This plant, starting as an experimenta
/
their headquarters at the Seaside fall and winter stock of goods.: During; t'
,king his absence, Mr, Ernest Vanlandlngham evening:, on board the ywciht." Morle S. offer It for the low price of $14 00.) It few yenta ago, now occupies n building The Seaside Inn, Ooodall, under the
n. is assisting Mr. IVndletou in the more. They went tol'ineisland returnisgabout cannot bo bought anywhere and delivered with IMH( ) square foot of Ilnnr space, and management of Messn. J, II, Johnson &
Mesdames E. E. Rollins and L. C. { II! ::!)11( p. m. hero for the price we offer It, employs a number of nklllud men. 'Nuns ,Is now doing an excellent business,

banning left here, Tuesday. for Henderbnvllle -Mr. Maurice Goldsmith of the firm -Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Merwla, of Eden Sewing :Machine, cash or Installment; A moulding machine.., baud saw turn- nearly every room In the hotel having
\ N. 0., to spend the balance ofhe of .Xlendry & Goldsmith, Fort Pierce, were among: Wednesday's northbound It on Installment, as> easy terms a. anyone log lathe, boring machine, olmin saw boon noouplod the first of the week Mr.
was a visitor In Tltusvllle from Tuesday will and long a guarantee.We Johnson Is assisted b Us charming
summer passengers, en route to Jacksonville, 1 give> as moitlser, and other machines enable the ably ,
I-Mr. B. F.Whltner, teller of the First un.Wednesday\ when he left for New where they boarded the Cl>de steamer lead the loaders. lu low prices. owners. to turn out door and window wife, The people at the buaoh are ha v-
rational Bank, of Sanford, accompanied York, to purchase the fall and winter (lomanch, bound for Now York. After Mall ordois are l promptly and carefully frame screen frames, turned columns, log grand time, fishing, bulling, dano-
JT his mot her and son, was a guestof the stock of goods for his firm spending a short while In Gotham, they attended to. > btaekeL l and almost every variety of lug, driving, bicycling,card playing, etc.;

aside Inn, Ooodall, for a while. President James Prltchard, of the will go to Milford, Conn to spend the Yours to serve, wood-work. and although all the cottages are ooou
IndUn Hlver) State /Bank, Tittisvllle, has balance of the summer. J. II. WALKER & Such Industries as these are of untold plod l and the hotel nearly full of guests, i
!ALL AT F. :M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic had Contractor P. J. Hall and a staff of 'I'ltu CO.Fla.. benefit to the community and the proprietor the cry Is, "Still/ they cotno," The dunce ),
} Gallery, Tltusvllle, and see workmen employed this week, tearing -Capt. Peter Nelson, wbo owns" one *, the East Const Lumber A> /Sup. at Keating', CI\Nlno! |3atuiclay night, was
ihls samples of Photogiaphs, Picture the bank wood floor and laying ornamental of the finest residences In Tltusvllle was Co., deserve the support of their ens./ largely attended and l (Ibo merry dancer
I Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. up tile In Its place. telegraphed for, yesterday morning,: to Yesterday Is said to have been the ply j "tripped the light fantastic" until 11 :UK: )
I, Always something new Immediately go to Perth Amboy, N. J., hottest day this summer p. m. On Sunday:: evening some line talent <
i do -Mr.Hobt. McPherson, one of Stuart's to attend to tome Important business Pritchard left gal leered In the parlor of the Seaside
If Miss Kate
-Do you need a tank ? you yesterday, $
well known Is matters. He at once packed hU valise A SOCIAL PARTY.
pineapple build
growers. short Inn for the of giving a sacred
jrrlte to Tom Johnson, LaGrange, for for Daytona anti Seabreeze on a purpose
the bluff and started for New Jersey. He
expectsto
silraate., lIe is known to be one of the ing a summer cottage on high visit. concert. The parlors were crowded with
facing the ocean, Seabreeze, and the carpenters return here In 10 or 12: days. of the hotel and from the
tanks I Mrs Geo. M. nllbblne) cottages
est makers of cypress and other -Mrs. Webber loft here Wednesday\ gave very en- guests ,
i Florida. Give him a trial order. ; are pushing the work forward -:Mr. L. Wellhouse' one of the jiropil- for a short.visit with Mrs. C. M. :Schiiyler .1 loyable party at her resilience In HontliTltusvllle ROIl the concert was much enjoyed. The
with Mr. McPherson
rapidity Is
great the Atlanta In honorof music both vocal and Instrumental-
elms of United Paper Co., Wednesday evening -
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosa and little\ on the ground, seeing that everything Is Oa., was a pleasant caller at this office at Jensen. her brother, Mr. Porsoti Puddlson. wax. of a superior order, and those who r
ion of lacksonvllle, are enjoying the going along to his satisfaction.! on Wednesday. lIe Is on Indian River -Mr. and Mrs J. K. I'ondloton are There were quite a large number a young took part "were' much applauded. Thosewho l
lurf-bathlng and fishing at Goodall. Mrs. GET ONT OF1 WALTON'S RAPID for the puiposo c f Interviewing the or- now keeping house In the Motlow residence jeople present, who whiled away the kindly consented to assist at this
toss Is not only popular, but Is one of Calking Tool. If you want to Calk ange growers who will soon need orange on Washington avenue. time by dancing, ping pong, cards and free concert were: J'rof. W. II. Sharpeand
|he most expert and fearless ocean B wi m. your Boat with lightning rapidity. It wraps, and left for points south as far Friendship Chapter No 11, Order of other games. Mrs. liobhlns was assisted wife, Mrs. J. I'', Drane, Miss Guilder

piers at Goodall. saves time and money, and pays for Itself is Rockledge yesterday morning.; eastern[ Star, held another meeting at In receiving by Miss Alice Sanders, of H. Vooihla, Miss Florence C.UII'UII, Mrs.
-Fish Commissioner J.Y. Detwiler, of In a few weeks. In use by: prom- -Two letters were received their ChapUXr-room: last evening, ndlanola[ and also by her brother, and II. O. ,Hamm and III r. Horace Stewart.
callers at anonymous hey did all they possible' could to makeIt
Kew Smyrna, was among the inent boat-builders In the U. HRead Writers will .
this week for
Ihls office on Tuesday. He came In totee testimonials from boat-builders. Price, publication. -air L. M. Murray, the popular and pleasant for the guests.
their Into this
Walton's\ Patent Self:! -Looking Pulley $...(1) and.rt.OO each, at the ADVOCATE not please for send publication names but to show that office the affable representative of Marx Bros., of About 11:00: p. m., all adjourned to the CHURCH NOTICES.'
lock, and sate It was he best thing of office, TUusville, Fla. writers are not ashamed, of what theyhave Jacksonville, was visiting our merchantsyesterday dining.room; where pencil Ice cream snd """""""- .w

Its kind be had ever seen. I -Miss Marie Quarterman and brother, written. We make It a rule not to oak. wOreaappluedad.llbitum. At 12:00:( ) Services will be tlt.lllat LaGrange at it y ya
o'clock the broke and wended
rnr- When answering advertisements Mr Orlando CJiinrferiuan, jr., of Chester publish communications l In the ADVO- -Mr, Wm. U. McFarUnd left here, their, to party their respective up home, much m,, and at Tltusvllle) at 7:::10!(> p. m",next t
without the writer's Is yesterday, for Lake City, where he Was> way iuuday, All are cordially Invited to at-
In these columns, you would confer a Hhoals, were visiting Titusville from CATK: name appended with the
pleased enjoyable evening
called to- attend to matters In / they loud. J. G. Ulu k .
suddenly piistor.Rev.
favorby stying you saw the advt. In the Saturday until Wednesday Tuesday tad and wishing there were more ,
with the Stale .
connection Fairgrounds.Do
AST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing their cousin Miss Theodosia Ward, of -The Misses Jessie Sanders and Alice of thes! pleasant social parties in town. Vanlfoute will hold, service In r
Irou will receive better attention from Brunswick,Ua.arrlved,and accompanied and Beatrice Sanders, threeof Indlanoln's, not fall to read the big ad. of the Rockledge chapel nut Sunday at It I a.
|he advertisers. them, on Wednesday, to their home, fora popular young ladles, have been In town East Count Lumber and Supply (;0. on m.; ,1110 In the) Tltusvllla Presbyterian
-Prof. and Mrs. W. H. Sharpe and visit. While In Tltnsvll.e, they were this week-Miss Alice as the guest of our 8th p""e. They sell AraRury'.paints ACCIDENT AT LAGRANGE church at 1::30 p. m. The Tltusvllle /Hun-:
family, of DeLand, are occppylng a cottage the guests of the Sembler Cottage.In Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, while the Misses and varnishes as well as lumber, eta day /School: will meet at 3 :diO p. m.
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at Goodall. They are people a letter from Mrs. A. Treutler, of Jessie and Beatrice were entertainedby -Mr. U. L. Mandavllle, our popular Mr. J. Andrew Carlisle, an old and respected
considerable musical ability, and their Eau Gallle, who is spending the summerIn I their friend Miss Bessie Hall. Miss young jeweler, accompanied the members citizen of LaGrange, had a very Tltusvlll "' fohad.
ocal and Instrumental piece, given at Chicago, she says that while she likes ,. Jessie Sanders returned home on Wed- t of the Indian River Band to Daytona painful accident yesterday,bv cutting bU -
|he Seaside Inn, Sunday evening, were that bus'ling city, she prefers Eau Gallle nesday afternoon. yesterday He will\ probably return right foot very severely. While he was Superintendent R. E. Mini wishes the
uch and Its delightful breezes much OOtter.18be outline palmetto toots his axe hit a pal'
appreciated.The No. 11 Order of today.We
the school
-Friendship Chapter ADVOCATR to announce to
delightful drives motto Un, causing It to glace and strike
has reports having some Eastern!: Htar, held their usual monthly the Illness that the Tltimvllle. publIc school
commenod chronicle
town political pot around Chicago, with her sister, and the I are sorry to his foot, cutting <|iilte deep, damaging patrons
to boll, and numerous candidate will\ Misses Uartwell, who will leave for their meeting In theChapter-room, at the Indian of Dr. S. W. Carroll, one of Tltusvllle's\ one of the bones and severing an artery, will open on Monday, Sept. Hth, with
[kely come before the people. .'or'I'own winter hotne'at KockleJge In November; River hotel, Tuesday evening.: The most popular merchants. He, however, Dr. li 1C. Wilson was promptly\ called, Prof. J. I). Teeter, principal; Miss Aleph
between and) sixteen Chapter-rorm was tastefully decoratedwith and he Is !Mime\ first .assistant and Miss Jonos,
Iarshalthere are eight but Mrs. Treutler expects to return to Is around the store, we hope on and dressed' the wound. Mr. Carlisle lost ,
candidates spoken of. It will be Eau Gallle some time September. (lowers, etc., and the attendance the.rapld road to recovery. considerable blood before the flow from primary teacher.
pest to send In your announcement to the was fairly good. All the lady officers CARPENTER COLLINS' the artery could l be stopped, and he will
ADVOCATE, If you want to be the lucky -Attorney Geo. M. Robbins who had wore their robes of office, which gave; CALL. AT ( there : probably be laid up for quite a while. Clyde Steamship Line.
You can buy anythingfrom
pne. The charge will\ be $2:!, in advance. been at Jensen and Miami, attending to them a very becoming and charming ,appearance. to-day.
law matters which needed his attention, .' After attending to the usual Fresh Grapes, Pears, Bananas, -
-The ADVOCATE staff are uuder obligations passed through here, !Saturday: last en routine business, the MlsseaJessieAlice Peanuts and Choice Cool Drinks, to A SOCIAL GATHERING Ticket and reservation via the Clyde
to Mr. J, P. Wilson for a large route to Plttsburg, Pa., where several and Beatrice Sanders were Initiated Into the place Itself. Prices moderate.Mr. Iteamstilp Line can be secured of Chas.

dish of excellent pineapple,the which beat he of pineapple growers sent him to Inquire the; mysteries of the Order. A n ADVOOATK Wm. M. Mackenzie, one of our There was a social "gathering/ the II. Walton, at the AUVOOATM office\ Tlusvllle. -
brought to this office during Into a standing of a certain commission reporter, who lImbed" to the roof valued New York subscribers, arrived at member of the Baptist church, Tltus .
the day, on Tuesday, Wilson and we has found been It house in that city: to whom they had of the hotel and peeped through; a crack, the; Indian River hotel', yesterday. lie vllle\ on the 1 Ith Instant, at the home of
Very refreshing. Mr. shipped oon.lderable pineapples. Master Doted that this trio of charming young Is much warmer here than It was
pineappleyrup says It Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Carruthers. Quite a OILlvanlzecl Wire and Null*.
busy for several days preparing fresh Rufus Bobbin accompanied hie father, ladles rode the goat a* easily and with when he left New York. He leaves today pleasant evening was spent, vocal and
which he makes from the and they will\ probably return here on a* much expertness as they ever did a for various. places along the East instrumental music and various game -
Irult, to be dispensed at the soda fountain Monday next. mustang on Merrill's Island, and they Coast all far as Miami.An whlllng sway the time. Ice cream and We are prepared to furnish these at
of B. R. Wilson & Son,Tltusvllle. ,
passed through the ordeal with perfect lowest market prices.
had cake followed, which all did ample justice -
equanimity. This pleasant social meeting ADVOOATK: representative with EAST COAST LfMiifcnA BcpFtr Co.
to and the terminated
party a
Pineapple Orowem. ended with a lu the dining- the: pleasure of being shown around the Eau Gillie\ Fla.
and Rice Barrels. supper 2t ,
:.mpty Sugar hearty vote of thank to the genial host ,
store of the Misses\
room of the Indian River hotel, preparedby curio and novelty hostess.,
and
We can supply you. with Pineapple Manager J. G. Bast. Dodson, on Main street, and saw, among
For sale. Address, Wrapping Paper In quantity Write many other useful snd ornamental articles )- For Hale.
WALTER A. MOOBB:, us for price O. E. Coon, some exceedingly' pretty gilt and Screen Poor & Window frames. I
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. tf Jensen, Fla. Gardner's Flyers.! colored glassware, which they are offer I I
An Ideal home on Indian River about
at low prices. Give them a call. ;
lug very We have just Installed more than one seven acres of land ; good house, paintedand t
Furniture! Wagons for Sale. Children's hose, black, pairs*. 200. ( thousand dollars' worth of new, special In good repair fruit trees, shade
Five cent toilet soap . 3fo. Guavas for Hale. machinery for the manufacture of theseroods. trees, tropical shrines and flower. A
PUNS cast lie . . llle< Price
Call and newlineof Furniture, I now have on hand a Urge: stock of 2- soap / never falling spring of pare water.
Extension.see Parlor our aDd Kitchen Tables, Inch tire and 3-Inch the one-hort wagons lloyle on games, complete. 35e. I hare a crop of guavas for sale, and They are made right and the pricesare moderate, good reasons for selling. For
Bedroom Suite Matting etc. direct that can be delivered at once. Monogram half bose>, nice, 1pr 8Oe.Mennens anyone needing them will please write right. Write us about It. further particular, address,
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from factories. R. E. UIMS, Jn, Talcum Powder. 17c for price. S. T. HUOHIS: EAST COAST LCMBBB & SCPHLV Co., I* we.,
G. E. Coos, Jensen, Fla. TltnsvllJe, Fla. C. A. OABDXER, Tltusvllle, Fla. sepia Oslo, Fla. 2t Eau Gallle, Fix Care AI>VO.ATC, Tltimlllo, Fla.

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'. t .i.,'r" I I I.i. JEWS LE -. ;: :NOTICE.- Owner. Description of Land. Seo. T. R. A. ".,rn

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{I ,;, Peneentlon .1 dl lan,to( Tituaville. :. . :3) 22 i 33: -;-:-.

( AtAILpOtii ; adaa 1 described1 lands will be sold at E. L. CarJts . Lot "23, Rerdell's addition to I,
given that the following Titusvllle . i . . 8 22 :35
i 'f' on them day of September, 1002, at Titusville, in the addition to ,11'1'
% it.'P. Sammis. . Lot 80, RerdeU' .
the amount
Bucharest thereof wi) 11 be to
: so much as necessary pay .... .. 3
Titusvl! lie : . ,.. 22 35
odus of Jews for Town Taxes herein set opposite to the same, :
such S. F..Gray. , Lot 44, Kerdell's addition to
w LH' nianlu says sale and advertising. Titusville . . . . 3 22 33
'I t iNSs. Vienna to Lot In. Uerdell's addition to 9:
rJJ I. Gorey .. . ,
:" \ crat The a. Titus\llle . . _". ... .. 8 22 35IV

,;111' c1l1 11 rLa- ital state DESCmPTION. g r: = i S. Graham .. : Lot 5.1: Kerdell's addition I 1 t to I :;

f'" 4 "Il' 1 emigration ._ 0t .. Titusville . . . . S 22 33 ,
IoI) g t
,> .. depopulated c '. aE-4'o:1: 'V. S. Graham ., Lot <\ Kerdell's' addition\ to.

During the !I a) E-4 Q p! oO/j Co> "CHI... \ Titusville . . . 3 2, .33: 1 1W. j,

secution of Graham. .. Lot 07,. Rerdell'a addition to
have reached PArt 'Vellt h ut Southeast Mz Titusvtlle .. . . 3 .22 35 '.

to unknown S Described In Deed Book E. G' Harris. . Plat in Book "I" Page 605,

Page 881\ . . . 83 21 3 48. 43 Block all 33 .-. . .. ;, 3 22 33 :

cording to Part Southwest !34 of tloutheasfi: ,. S M. B. :Metzer ... Lot 41, Block 30. . . .. 3 22 33 1 1E' {

the army DellcrlbellDeedliook G Harris. . South 2S acres Government Lot ,

dogs." Men lageii7. . . S S3 21 M 6 2 OJ : I, : eo. 4, Tp. 22: :S.: R. 33 E.,
: ? leaving the 1ice addItion to 'fltusvill<,. : S Described Deed Book "Q,'

# means are Northeast cornt'r or Block I. 33 21 33 ,,1 sli :, -Plge! 222. . . . . 11,22 03 ,}' !
________________ them RI<<'e's addition to Titueville ; '
are I
Bernard West ,/ of BlO<'k 1. '. . . 33 21 33: 175 R. E. MIMS, Jr., Tax Collector.
Semite Rice's addItion to Tltu vllle. '. ,

""1 South 3% of Block 6. . . : 33-21 33 173: -=

!'II 'j' THE WAR ON MOSQUITOES. cognito Information on a Rice's-addition to Titusvllle, \ IHnster'n", Sale. Sheriff s Sale.

i |I :, North M of Block 6. . . 33 21 33 1 75 '
the miserable -
P Trying to Find Ont Wliut Ulrd Are : Rice's addition to Titusville,
I..- the In.ee1.* raturaJ4a Jn:: ,"le.. portion of Lot B, Described Deed Book AND BY VIRTUE: OK A FINAL:! DE- UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AX foXECt;
will the "BB" Page 733 of Block 7. S3: 21 35 2 03 UNDER la forecl"aure entered In Clrcai- Court Issued on the 1th day of June An I
: In lila crusuJo against tile mosquito for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida 11X12\ out of the Circuit Court of the 811ft; I
li r/; the state entomologist rrofcsRor John rouse! one or Rice's addition to Titusvllle! In and for Brevard County tn a cause therein Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida ;m > I .;
I t 5c states! ,to a Lot O, Described Deed Book lependlnv wherein Kclward Baueh In complain" for tl>8' County of lllllnliorouirh, In i wnI,I
? h. B. Smith of Rutgers collese. bus called prevalent in "Y," Page 310, of Block 7. 33: 21 35 105 ant, and Jutiiei S. Snowdon and Susan P. Snow- entiRe wherein Stephen M. Sparkman and w ;I "
) fl"r r" upon the New Jersey flsb and game Rice's addition to Titusvllle den are d.rendanta, I will Mil at mibllo sale. In Carter partners under the name of Bi.arkn'uJ"" "
generally and House floor In Tftiwvllle Flor. Jto and Ell
front of the Court Carter are plalntlirs O. Muring ,,t
l :. commIssIon for aid In bis raid upon the lioration of Lot A, Described Deed Book ... Ida. between the legal| hours of wale, to the highest defendant. I will .Mill at pablO ontcrv Wiwl
," "tuto bird," as the mosquito was fa- "L," Page 173, of Block ?, 83 21 35,' 163: I and best bidder for cash,on the the Court House door In the city of Tltumiilfl;
Abraham. County of Brevard, between the legal uoun, ml
.
S !ttettouBly dubbed by one of the lawmakers Rice's addition to Titusville, FIRST DAY OF BEPTEMBKU A. D,, 1002, .ale.ou
I I.4 Lot B, Described Deed Book"Y"Page3lOofBlock8. .
last winter
dls-
lay a special In salt month
,I The Snider . 3 21 S3 105 the seine being the first ]fonday d..crlb".1 real 1 MONDAY: ,, SEPTESIBHR 1st, A. D 1102for !,
front Trenton thft f..llowlnlt'
patch to the I'hlladelphla Society is and a legal sale day,
r 4'r Tinea. Rice's addition to Titusvllle, estate, .Itna.ted In the County of Brevard and cash to the highest and best bidder the foil
,. favoring the Lot D, Described Deed Book State 01 Florida. or e" much thereof as wUl lIatIsly lowing described property to..ltl I
I Professor Smith flnda that It will be Aid decree and cents,to-wlt:
stead of dog .Y"Page316otBlock8. 33 21 S3 143: northeast cornerof southeast "Lying and being In the County of llrevini, I
S the
necessary to kill off for purposes of Investigation London Rice's addii, ion to Titimville Beginning.quarter of>t the northwest quarter of Section In the !State of Florida described, as dillon* I

: 'Ci' some birds that are credIted the carriage i Lot A, Described Deed Book 8.x (Oh) In Township Twenty-two ((22)) South, of An undivided oue-lirvlf Interest In the ortwest I\
: with destroying tbe mosquito or -"BB'Page2lObfBlock 0. S3 21' S3 1 03 Range Thirty ftve <3ffl Kant; thence running quarter of tile Northwest quarter nf g..
"S glide very north 10.4K\ chains, Umnoe w...t to the west boundary tlon thirty-three ((83Town.blp) thirty-six (m
are known,, to feed upon the insects. of great -Rice's addition to Titusville of said ..emotion township and range. Forty South of :Ranfre: thirty-seven ((37)'East; and _*|
If Tbe Lot B, Described Deed Book ((40)) chains more or less; thence south on saidboundard Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter, a l
state entomologist be Is making
Bays chosen for Section tw Dty-elrht ((28): ), Townsnip thlrtv.,bl
line Jl 8-54 chains; thence east Forty I |
I a study of the natural enemies of are bung on BB. Page 732': of Block 9. 33 21 33; r 103 ((40) chains more or ie, .a totbe Bnb-iJlvlslon line ((341): ), South of Ranjre thirty-seven ((17i (an I
Rice's addition to Tlttisville, thenortbwest quarterand the northease Also the Northeast 'quarter of the Nortlmwl
S J the mosquito-mortal man of course, harness is Lot 0 Described Deed Book between quarter of s.td section six ((8;: and thence quarter of Section fuur ((4)), Township thin" I,
4 I. not being considered in this connection of beBinnlnr. And seven (37)), South of ( :.tbiny-seven e3illiut l'.
description north MX links to the point
/ "L Page 101, of Block 0. 33 21 35 103 <
4 -which relates only to birds which American : ''I Rice's' addition to Titusville also oomniencln tapolnt2B.40 rods north of Or ao much thereof M may be netensarjulsatisfy
southwest corner of southwest quarter of northwest said execution. Said lellee..fl
make the life of the mosquito one of no collar, Lot E, Described Deed Book quarter of Section Six W Township Twentytwo upon Is that of Kit O.Morgan.J. property/ i

fear and dread. The desire of Professor and "Y," Page: 310, of Block 9. 33 21 33 145 (41! South, Range Thirty live ((35)) East, P. BROWS'Isep
thence HO rods east, thence 13 rods north thence ,
I Smith Is to nftcortain tbe relative horse! Rice's addition to Titusville 80 rod west thence 13 rods south to the point of ] Sheriff of Jlrevard County Florhb.( | \
I ii rank of the various birds as mosquito! I HotithJ4' of West t Block tt 33: 21 33; 115 beginning I containing In all 51'A acres more or .
to Titusville les.. "f"y" and except 1 acres heretofore sold to .1-
4 destroyers. Bo far as la known to the Voinaa. in Rice's addition Lucia MuKeuzltt to wit: Gommenclnir at the
Master's
a1e.
I : men who study the mosquito there is The most) Part Described Deed Book Soul hiwst corner of the south half. of the northeast .
t S but "GO," Page 50, ,of Block 10. 33 :21-33; 105 quarter of the northwest quarter of Suction
small wade -
j a comparatively number oft partures -
Rice's addition to Titusville Six (B), running thence north inn yards, thence
: ,such birds. lice is the I' west nil yards, thence south IDS yards, thonce AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAtI(
Lot A. I>es-
'Vestetc'pt east. lob jams to too iiomtof Viflitlnnlnu; said UNDER.. In foreclosure I
The entomologist scoffs! the idea that staff uu entered III the Hi
I "'' s5t siijs cribed Deed Book "Y, Page land. being situated In ttrevard County, State of cult Court for I Seventh Judicial Urculii; \
tJ"jl' it is his purpose to determine which first time a 310 of Block 11 . . . 33 21 3;3 175 JPtorW". of Florida in and for Rravard County In Scat";"
birds have the greatest powers: of killIng itation In the Titus' addition to 'l'ltu vlJle, F. A. MOROAN.Bt therein depending' wbereln F. E. Heath and EI
Muter.1lnster.s
l l .. ang29 Special K. Rosslter. a* Executor: of John rleatli, ml
,I mosquitoes and to breed them in question 1 North of Block ,I. . . 34. 21 33: 175 complainants. anil J 1-, Brown as a I .I!'I large numbers! sending! them broadcast and having Titus' addition to Titusville, .i tor of Julia C. Welles, at al., are defenilaul, i!

t Ir throughout New Jersey to exter. been appointed Lot 1 of Block 4. . . 3t 2t.w: /-1 53;) Sale.TTNDERAXDHYVIimTBOFA. will House.ell door at at publi'i Titusvi sale In, Florida front of between the''onnl UK I

I ,I mlnate the "curse of the state." office. She Titiru' addition to. Titusville, letal( hours of Bale tatho. highest and bent bidder -
Ii)n The fish and game commissioners separate little Lots,4 and 5 Block 4. . 31 21 .35 233: for cash on the

:. are understood! to be adverse to giving own. She is to Lot Described Deed Book "W," Final Decree FIRST DAY Of SEPTEMBER!: A. D. 1W2,
,
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Court
UI Page 23 and "EE,, page 214. 34 21 35 ':8\ '75 In foreclosure entered In the Circuit
permission to kill birds in violation ot' war office of Judicial Clrcuitof Florida'
I
Seventh
J addition for the !
Coleman's Lots 4. and the same being the flint Mondat In tbe old
I.,ri., : I' the law, even to farther the Investlga nursing d
r... tlon of the mosquito' and It .may be .. : : \ ,Colemau's a
4 : I, I ., that the despised "bird of prey*' which I'each S< and 0. :. . . . . 31 21 33; 2 13;) and C.I H.will 1'rlue soil at and public I ..uUe sale(>In. Price frontof satisfy said decree and or costs.to-witt so twill

l, iJj' flourishes in this state may be given a Georgia Is : Coleman's! addition, Lots 12 ,.. are the defendants(ourt House door at TttusvIlK Florida, All of fractional Section Twenty-nine ((2\\)).IH;,|

r }I .!! lease of life because of the clash which Union. having and 13. . . . . .-. :34 21 33: 103 between the legal hours of ..sale to the highestand all of Lot Three ((9)) In Section Thirty (3Ui. all)lu|
beat bidder for cash, om'the Townshl1u Twenth-slx((20):! South of Range Thin
of Lot 1
i III seems imminent between that commission part except .. JT
; trees says the .v.n ( ) East oontaiuiiin ttlehty-flve; (88))"acma'
I \ and the would be North i)0) feet of South 40 feet. more or lean, according to tile united State 8ni-J
destroyers A. I) :
w .. mosquito Is Maryland ; '* FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1902 and In Brevard Florida.
being County
Described Deed Book "AA, vey ;

I \/: \ .5 5 _ with Jersey with required.'a/ Page i-t7.Lot 1 Block A. . :3 22,85: ; :335: and the same a legal being sal the da$.first following Monday In: ditrartlied said month real 7!'. A. MORGAN.

I'! > ; .' 2400000. outh-40rtltotI.ot2BlockB. 3 23 S3: :243 estate. situated In the County of Brevard and Bt aug29 Special Master.
t TONG JACK'S DEEP GRIEF.: was at the and Described' much thereof will satisfy
ti J Lots 1. .2, .,: State of Florida, or so aa -
-
I f decree and to wit t
.: of these four said 1 costs
t IJl't'U HOOK!; "j, iageu; ,
Notice of !
Application to Sell]
*.,! Chinaman, In Tfnrm,, Walked Behind sissippi are \ Block E . . . .'. .". :3 22 :35 :305 i Beginning at a mint on the wart boundary
) : line of lot two(2)),Section eleven ((11)), Township
r Ileuraa of ISle 'American Krlenil.< The smith will ,( 0, Block E. . . . . 3 23 :Xt; 1(15" .thirty ((3 ; \ S. Tong Jaok a Chinaman carne toCambridge the United % r.otT.mockE. . 3 22 85 1 2J; distant 117 feet from the liuvmeotiou of the
.1.1 Lots 8 and 10 Described west bimndary line of Saul. lot two ((2)i!) .nb'the
: '1, Ind., ten years ago to startS ", north boundary line of sjd lot two <12/1| thence UBLIC NOTICE!: HBRFBYOIVEXTMit:
'\' I. a laundry, being the Drat of his race Deed Book "J: Page 327: ., mnnlnir south along. said went boundary linn P F. A LUHLKVhas Hind with blue, Board!
to make his home in M Block T . . . 8 22: 85: 2 05 Bid :l'.IIIM' feet tlmnne Cant: at riiiht a-'ffles' to salil. 1 1 CoUnty: Cominlmlnner. of Brevard. (Cntini*.. !
1 the town. says the Nine men<< Lots, 8 and 10 Described <' west liounilary line of s-td. lot two ((2): ) IOU 6.10 In the state of Florid; his application fmi. I
\
"It' T New York Herald. lIe opened bin! little and feet to the Iiuflitn River: thence In a nortbw 8t. permit. to -.tllt-.1t'rI. wines and ROT In tleotln;
co. a Deed Book "BB" Page 431, ell, direction al' 'S place next to the home of James A. the Jury I is Block T. . . . . 3 22 35-; 2 Oil distant IJ><9 feet at right an({.as tf tha.. west each, a. 1\1" tl..n will lw a-tfld on bvtheMUl
i McAlllHter and was much persecuted peal strip of 100 feet, Lot 1, bnumlnry line of said l lot! two (2: >. front the nlnoe Hiiard. of Oounty oininlxoloriers at tleirneuroitulbir I

j 1 ,I { by the boys of the town. Mr. MeAl Block t*. . . . 3 23-3.1:>> :275 of smith binning boundary thence hue. an West.above and described|iara'lel w'th 1i811: I.the.et fuenclay. meetlnir In September which,will A. D beheld IUOJ.on at tliennt.tIne I

Ii lister did not particularly relish havingthe Lot 1, Described Deed to the ilace.. or lieetnninu. containing acresnmiv o'clock In the afternuon. of said (lav.. anilthl,
NI I I f laundry next door but determined Upon On the the .F. Book "T," Page 21, Block 0. 3 22 35 875 FknTda.. on less, and situated. In Urevard County: (Election...lellI..ard District hereby calls 01)101any citizen of nut

% I .: 'I' that the Chinaman should not be imposed And cist : part-Lot I, Blocft!; ((3. . 3 22-: 8,> 245 F, A. )MORGAN show eclipse, if any who there inav'be desire. at the to said do m nen, It

p It. r I upon mid M> curbed the boys' Around. < }, of Lot 2, Described regular meeting or said Board why such permil!
I (lit augW Special Master. hall not be !granted to the
And BOW Deed Book "H" Page :304( \ "eplloant.
i *11II mischief and made life more comfort. By order of the Board of County Commliwlnner -
Lot 2. Blork 0..3 i :J 2243: :
5 705 .
of Brevard
,
able for tho laundryman. Tong Jack County, Florida this, the unb
7 The wld. 1, Block K . . . :3 2243 245; day of August A. 2). 11555.Jof .
bowed the liveliest! appreciation. \Vas RS a ) a, Block K. . . . 3 22 35 203 JIaster'H! Sale. R WALKER. i
I U"" Mr. McAllister became ill a few No other ship },_ of West % (except > tL.s.J Chairman. or Board of ('ountyCom-
I Which lnlsstoners Brevard Fl-
4' It weeks ago and Tong J41Ck constantlysent church lot) Block L . . 3 22 35 :3 I 05 AND BY VIRtUE OF A DECREE: County

flowers and delicacies' to him. "By !rUm I" : Mot West %, Block J.. 3 22 35 245 UNDER and sale lustied out of and
t S. When he died the Chinaman's grief "There1- 6; East subdivision Old entered in the Circuit Court of Urevard TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.

,d. In mal!>,. Block . . 8 22 3 1 County Florida, In Chaucer wherein. Mary K
was Intense. Just !before the funeral 3 . . : 135; 8. Uegrauw, as executrix of the last will and -
The Morgan! : subdivision Old Block a. 3 22 35 135 and of Aaaron A. I>
I1l the other day Tong JaeU went to the testament of. estate egranw The
I S f.:! house and -W. J .. > ot 0, Described Deed Book deceased is complainant and Edward following are the times of arrival
offered prayers such as the \ Charles Hines and his wife and departure of and
M.
Tyndall Y.1)on. trains to
passenger
"N Page 285. Block4 . 3 22 3..
: 3
: 7S .
dall def nolant.. I will
'i''rr chinese offer at the bier of their loved I" are as npe9l.il uiaster rrom Tltusvllle:
Described Deed Book In Chancery, sell at pulillo, auction, forcai-b. to
Then be hired
; earL thirty carrIages. "BB." PagelUD! !)!), Block 4. 3 22 :3. 1 03 the' blithest and (pest bidder.. In front of the HODTBDOVKD.:
so that awwbo desired mIght go. But >" .belngLot1Described! Court' hnuna door', at T.tnavlllelireard County (-tares Tltnsvllle for Miami and I

II, S Instead! %f i-ldlng himself he walked Is akin to leed'Book( "Y," Page :310,, florid*,on the Intermediate |>olnts' at I IMOBTHBOVMb. f 3.q1' pm

behind tilt hoarse/ all the from alizes this aa . FIRST. 1>AY OF SEPTEMBER: A. D. IOO2 : .
way Lot S. . :3 22: 35 3 (05 Leave
the church where the services were hour peopling : alJt h, Lot 2, Described Deed the same being'the liNt Monday said monthanl Tlrnavllle and Intermediate for .TarkKonvllle 1 ...,.,.p,. I
toms j
starting at of point at f
belt to the "N Page 28J( Lot Ii. 3 22 35 a laical aalrs day during thlllelt.1 hourssale. "
grave his hand on the Book 1075 all tOe fullowfnir-drscrlbed lying inrirevard Titusville for Sanford :.Mini.
', ,", hearse and tears streaming down his i I >", Lot :5, Block (U. .. 3:1.1: : 35 145; County, Florida. to-wit: Arrives TltusTllle from Sanford I: 0U| "

I face. lie was clad in all white. .- tt. Lot 5, Block 0 . :3 2:1:11i: : 145: Lot number fl vs' of section 2t, In township 37,
S When the hud been j : ; 5. Block ((1. . . . :3 2J: 35 1 OS south of range 40 east, containing: 12 10 100 acre
grave filled Tong .
more or less.Also
Ifan'" 10, Block 11 . 3 22 35 4 45
'
Jack lot number In section
f covered It with a great mass otftowl'r. live, 22, In township
I :2, Block 14 . : .j 3 22: :1.. 1 85 37. south at ramie\ 40( taut, containing"
Then
Iii' be walked back to hU 8, Block It . t. ... :3 22 !35 ... 1 05 6J-IOO acres, more or lass.Also .- -

? ". laundry. 9' I 8, Block 17 . . . 3 22: :i.\ 0 45: County. all I'lorl"Vav"lanll.that .tract <>f land. anti lying....01'100.1 In Dole as

3, Block 1U. ... . i . 3 22 35 s 1 25 follows: All tbat lot or ktib-dlTialon of ten (10)) .
i GAVE COMPLIMENTS NO TIP S_ I 8, Block 1\1\ . . . 3 22: 35. 1 45 acres, deilnnuteit as. lot number one (i'), on a Yr7df71'

,: 12: Block 10 . . . 3 22: 35 24S the map clerk or pint of of the Arbela Circuit' on Court reoorrt of In bade the ntlloo of, ;'(

: : i Con.nl General RvitnUna First En. l 5, Block 21 .. .'. 3 22: 35. 1 05 Florida the said Aihela beingaj.artot lot.

,,4 .. counter -With London Walter. ts 7.8 I\nllll, look 22. .. 3 22: 35 2 85; all Iota 3, 4 andfi of section one(I). frsctionafsection .
10 and 11, Block 22 ..'. 3:12: :ir 1 45 U.: In township| JX. south of range 41
.f ,: Consul! General II. Clay Evans. the ; east. and being surveyed and vlatced. Octoher -di1ed77n-7d I
; American who has 12:!, Block . . . 3 22 35 1 25 lest by R. H. HiirchtlBl., surveyor of Brovanl
representative settled
) of Block 23: . . :3 r:1!: 35.: 3 ((115 Countv and all riparian Helm 'I..lo"Rlnlt. to
I down to work. Is becoming very S 4, Block :25 . . .. :3 23: .:35 85; said said. .. decree Oand or and so much thereof aa will satisfy. tfrvm-/ ;";/
emits.
.,. popular In all classes but one of the \\ 10, 11 and 12, Block 25 . 3 22 *'V 1 6.. f;. A. P'RC.8T. 1IlI:

-: waiters at the Hotel Cecil in London # 1! 4 110(13. Block :20! .. 3 22 35 1 25 Special :Master In Cb..ncery.laster'lJ &71b/1'-- ;)hlJ /0 &N1[

is an exception says the New York ,ifl) / 6. Block 32 . .. ... 3 22 3..) C5
Herald. !fluII 23, Robblus & Graham addition Sale.

At a recent Masonic banquet Mr) III I Pi . . . .-. 3 22: 35; 1 :33 a ,.4....' ('. ,- r
I livuus.: was the guest of honor. After II II III I ''t I Ii'l !! >iS>. (!110T, Block A. Fisli- urbr \.

the. dessert- Is. served and before the ii I / / I er's addition. . . .., 3l-J 35' 273 UNDER: AND BY VIRTtTE 4 1:5 I : ooffe' is brought the waiters rl'I IJ'iJ/,1' 1 \I If j I. Block C, Fisher's ad. ... tn foreclosure entera't In the Circuit ;

; f" S contrary i'l I Ilr'l I I I dition . . . . 3 22 35 113 of Florida Court fortba Seventh Judicial Circuit .-. u". __ _u.. ..-..---- '"
"ti "(., to the rules! of till' hotel always take/ I 5, Block C, Fisher's", ad- ,-." therein'd"'I|In>ending and for wherein Brevard J.County D. Vanlteman, In a cause Is I

the opportunity: \ LIllo clearing away r dition. . . . . .;' 3 23 35: 115 complainant and Gr al., are de.
I the crumbs of remarking: "I'm going! : '!W Lot 12, Joynerville lenlantll.I will sail at public Salem rna of the

f away now fir.. I hope everything was lessnesa. It is addition. . . . . 3 22 35 273 Court tween. the House legal door.at hours of Tltnsvllla.sale,to the Florlila highest and be DISEASESare
"S Bntisfnctory. at the same time exhibiting vigorants : tf. Lot II, Joynervilleaddition best bidder far cash,,on the

symptoms of an Itching pnlui. couraging: the : { . . . . . 3 22 35: 155

f I,. .S S Mr. Evans: who wait busy talking! refreshing sleep. Jf f, Lot 16, :Joynerville, FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER A- p., 1903, the most fatal of all di>

S r with his neighbor took no notice of ing drains additlon..1. 3223;) 155 the sam beingtb first Jfonday- the said
female weakness : month bad l .
7. a legal sale day. the following des. eases.FOLEY'SSK.
I itd the waiter1 remnrk. The waiter repeated "I avorite I'r@acri addition ertbed """Itat. situated In the County of R....
Joynerville . S 22 35 2 33
lard and Htata of
It it in a.louder and more Insistent! Albert C Mv wife H. Kull....nick Ki ; : 1 9; 20 and West 1.,' lot 21, will satisfy said decree Florida.. and or costs so much to-wit thereof: as

tone wbert'ulolthe consul general. TeDQ. "She hai: 1-I ; r :ToynervUJeaddltioll. . 3 22 35 373 The South ha f of Lot Three.((3)) and al> of tot
I turning, fixed the servant with a keen by two v>l>ysican* ){ Lot21: and all Lots 22 the Six ((6)) except a strip of land I3O feet. wide off of I
I south
1k side of Mud Lot Six ((8).
read
!) about Ur 1'1" runningfrom
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eye and remarked in a perfectly audI- :23 Joynerville addition. SlJ 33: Banana
: : River
cided to try h>< ( 373 to the East side of said Lot Six (6)).
( S ble tone: to the drug store and :: : :: ; : 25, subdivision Lot 80, :Joy and parallel with the South line of said Lot Six Contatoi

t Ii P "Yes: everything was very satisfac done gave ease. and addition . . 3 22 83 123 (Ce ship). All belOK In Section Thirty-five((30))of Town- Of money refunded.
for Twenty-three (23) Sooth of
t tory. I am sorry you must go so early. her three I sent nia.hu.Tor five. :: shape lot South of Lot 5 seven ((31) East" In Brevard County Range, titate Thirty of remedies recognized by eml-

-4 Good night. had taken the lixth Lot :'M :Joyner Florida. the best lei
nent
I j well" addition . . .. . 3 23 33 123 F. A. MORGAN, physicians as
Needless to the waiter retired
any Dr. rierce'i
I troubles
13 Uerdell's
addition to' 8t abl29 'special Kidney and Bladder
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and Evans finished used with .ter.
precipitately Mr. . . . 3 22 33 1 S3
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Professional Cards. Activity In Polar' Exploration. Y. :M. C. A For Street Car Men.Itocheoter Mr. Summer's IMiUanthropIes. .

The recent departure from New York1 b i,.;rhP (N. Y.) Street Car Whatever one may think of the peculiar .

EO. BOBBINS, of the ship Windward which goes by "i'Oml'III13' In equipping: Y. M. C. A. views of Abraham Slimmer, the .

prexlous arrangement to relieve the 4pioms. for mum niplojves sets n good lows millionaire, concerning the proper A aeM looking
h
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Teary expedition, reawakens! public<< in' '.pinple! for other cl\1.11. All the ear distribution of accmnnUited wealth tufw In hurnues+wrdr.wrlook ii. the y.-

AT-LAW.I( terest In polar explorations. Mrs. saes: in l Ilovhvster center at one point. be Is to be commended for the particular womt kind of a oua.th.tk,0. .

111[ practice In State and United States BlACK-BSAUGHT Poury and her daughter will join the 'Y'1wl'"' hundreds of men are obliged to plan he has devised for gettingrid a .

Court Windward nt Sydney In Cape Breton Walt .for hours between! runs and ninny; of his millions.Mr. Eureka ,y '

Office at TITUSVILI.K, FLA. F0S h.londl and ut Cape Sabine, 70 degrees ibf the 'vxtrtis" are waiting on call '1 hI! Slimmer, who Is one of tbe Harness Oil "lp

north the Wludward party hopes! to roiupniiy nt Its own expense hits lit ted wealthiest men in Iowa, pN'pOlO(01to divert .
net nnir makenlhe herons end the
L. GAULDEN, CQ 'IPATIOr find Lieutenant Peary, to hear from ftp nt the cur burn audit! {find 1 bathrooms his!! means to meliorating, the condition bows M+b nnaer dubiepnl.kut metro limn lee don.a .I Ii.stb.rmonmai

him the result of his latest efforts with bowling alleys smoking,; of the poor anti unfortunate a r dlttun imt-twaoo mu Wog

a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW '1 and to bring him to the United States. room and pin-lorn and has offered. the ,which Is altogether commendable lIe 4 f/ lie a.M It ordumrlly..wr... .would(is ..4e..asw. ,
.. ..
Tbe last news from Lieutenant Peary entire uiuniigeiueut without restrictions sharply;! nrrulgim the philanthropy that a. by l'' I '
I Will practice In all the Courts of the BtuttI I' STANDARD h2
I Florida,and the United State Courts. on me in A UK'if t of last year lie expected to the Young Mews Christian, nsBoelntloii build libraries and endows colleges, tip ou. co. t

11.0' Box,230/ / TITUSVIIXIfi FLA. then to leave Capo Snblne about feeling that that orgnnlzo, declaring, that unless the millionaire r r '

........ Constipation 1'.nothin i the middle of February, to make a tOIl! making! the kind of record It gets down to the true life and relieves our

kki thane clogging of the bowels \ strenuous attempt to reach unexplored \vns with !Its liZ steam railroad as- distress and sorrow and suffering '
'J J. WEBB and nothing leng' than vital f
death ; stagnation lorthorn regions with a sledge party e'ocliitlotig enrolling 50.00O; members, and humiliation ho will never be I
if
a or not relieved. I d
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, If every: constipated imfferer ,i and to return to Cape Sabine by tbe could host tin mile this business. sntlstletl and will die n lln'pl'rItnl1' Chance j''

could realize that be is allowing} middle of this month. Lieutenant ,The Brooklyn Rapid Transit company per In everything: but money." lie has j
Will practice In the Courts of tho 7th 1
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents poisonous filth to remain in his Peary bas! now been exactly four yeans employs over IO.OOO men on Its street a great work before him and has ol- .

|nd rents and aooounts collected. system Constipation\, he would invites soon all get! kind relief.of engaged on the present exploration and railway lines und bus eight large depots reedy;! made a good start' by providing. __ ,

ITUIVI1LE, r FLORIDA ''contagion. Headaches, bilious- will undoubtedly have a story of great whero from 100 to 2UO extra men for the establishment of a number of 1

ness, colds and many other ail Interest to tell, even 'though his attempt Hwrtlt enlli most of tbe tine !Nntnrully hospitals. BAD

D. PENNEY meats disappear when constipated of last \vlntcV/ does not exceed the snloou and other places of social While many people doubtless! will not
.
bowels are relieved. Thed-
tord's the record for farthest north lust set resort are attractive to men during assent to his views regarding the endowment
Black-Draught thoroughlycleans
'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, out the bowels in an, easy by the Duke of Abrnzzl's expedition tbelll off hours. Rooms were set apart of libraries end colleges no BREATH

and natural manner Without the Another relief vessel that ham lately some time ago nt most of these depotsfor ono can fall to appreciate tbo force of '0' ..wm *_. v.VkSM7ASBSTTSJ,. mud sea

ITUSVlLLIII, FLORIDA. purging cathartics.Be of calomel. or other violent gone polarward Is the Frlthjof, carrying the employees!, but President Great- his homely; philosophy which Impels mllil..n M.:ITfMiil miHUtr* laiatt ana.1 lwr w.r:'bothered* Imply' wonderful. wait

provlsloiiB. coal and nmll to Mr. singer, who has had experience with him to give bis wealth buck to society IcK RtnmHtin and our breath waa...jr bad. Arks
nil In
practice all the courts of the 7th that ..
sure ;you get the origi .lakina S raw. dnen of C,8&: W." .lmpro.1t$
Judicial) Circuit. Thedford's IJlacfc-Draiight, Baldwin of the Baldwin-Zelsler expedition railroad Y. M. O. A.'s in tbe west, bus before be dies. .O" this {)Dint he says: wuudertJI'' TlniT WII.HKI.MIXA are a vr_>NASSI-help In tbe rsuullyl

made by The Chattanooga Medicine which has established Its base called upon the Brooklyn y M. C. A. My pOMstMiMona are a trust fund which 1II7; RUMBIMWM I : ., ;DD.",Ol iO.utdor .

Co. Sold by all druggists/ in on Franz-Josef Lund. The members of to mnnnge such rooms In at least! six will have to be disposed of at some time,
REDBRICK A. l\IORGAN. 25 cent and $1.00 packages. and there Is no'bettor time than whit. 1
this expedition have even unusually of ,the car burns. At one of the depotsnearly ant Mill her to plat and rtirura out what CATHARTIC
Momi. Ark., lea' tit, teal
'nEAJ I""...n..tI.m.n...Thrifnrd'u, Illark.PranrhttnoMirhljr. confident expectations of accomplishing $20,000::: has already been expended U brut to do, and I know of no one who 1
ESTATE AND INSURANCE 1 kcrp It In boars cnn'' do It better thun mysolf. I am a
*U tho time Loans, Notary FublicT.Collections ten jt...... l.nf'cr gmr* mir rhllilnnanf exploration. us through the liberalityof libraries iitin-rooms; bowling alleys' advantage of a large experience In no {
other liixttlT I think I ro.lil I cumulating. what I have./ I got my money TOADS au' ss.tnseee
Typewriting, Stenography. never b.. tile to work without It Mr. Zelgler the expedition bus been eutertnliiment hull social rooms! and from the manses, und back to, the mosses i

TITUSVILLE, -. FI.A. OB ronKtlpnlliitl.nrrnimt of being Tour trouble mciilrlne! with to better equipped and supplied than any ,rest mi runt. antI for their banent It shall sit It Is not {

I all list keep me up. other polar expedition which ever set Them HHHoclutloti for street! rnllroad charity, I cannot take the money aWRY
c. B. with me when I from thin field of human
aoFiniAx. g-o
ADE H. JONES, forth. IIIQII oiiKht:: to l KUec ,
QWMI N v r Hiiiki' '* wmkiieu.ur tirip loo :Jju.MM.
1 Besides the Peary and tbe ItnldwlaXelgler roc the Kteniu rnllrond men. On'r.O I cannot Bleep more than other men, andIt ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
would post nothing> If 1 did
expeditions, there Is a Norwegian i per tent of the rnllrondoni|>iltiles' of SUril.l k.w.4.'u-p y,_e.Yw.,DuirMl. 5.5.r..a, IISM
REAL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE, __ ___ .. __ This" Is rather" more advanced ground; .
m party in the polar regions tinder this eoiititry liu-U: i-nllrond iiNHOfhilloim U.TA-BA'd S 44| and vnnrnnTe t br] ..nIOver'ork .
thun any considerable number of lull Hiaw w V V iC U Tooaow
Loans and Collections.TirusviLi.E According 14' a Boston: dispatch, the command of Captain Sverdrup, pn t their lines. Rive $IIOIIOO( inch year ,
UoimlreM lair I llUely to take eoneerulug (
i'I.olun good ship Lilian Wooditiff l luis clearedat wbo commanded !Nansen's vessel! andas to tlielr support' have niiule UJlIlI'ol'hl'|
that obligations/ of grent wealth but for
the locnl custom house on a voyage Sverdrup's plan has bl'l'l'er) much tioim of $,KIIMHH for hnllolhl/fM l / uud lire Weakens
tbo few who do1, reward/ their posses'sbOus
EQ. A. VVORLEY, out to Sekondl. went const of Africa like thut of Lieutenant Peary It would now )strung over $:il)0.lH) ) ) Into twenty- as n 'trust fund" to he.disposed Your Kidneys.

with rum worth $ J.OOO.: the record be interesting to sere what the rival /five \yew buildings! to K 1111) >)\ltliln the of for the lienctlt of humanity the --

ATTORNEY-AT.LAW. amount sent out from that harbor In a parties have accomplished respectively. nl'xt'I'ur und u half, There hove, been world has reason to feel grutefut. Unhealthy Kltacys. Make Impure Blood.

eiieral practice In State and Federal schooner.! The total amount of rum ""-' "- M Lustily theories lutinched I about clubs. ---- ---

iCourts., All business entrusted will on board waR 125,000' Kiilloiis. In I>ust The Shirt Waist. and the Pulpit. for worlcliitrmen./ but the Y. :\1. C. A. Not Ovcr-AVIiw. All the blood In your body passes through i

receive prompt attention. has been Thus far this there bus been has for twfiit.v-llvf yours been exploit- your kidneys' onco every three minutes. i
years !New England rpm a season There Is" nn allegorical picture of ,) girl ,93s The kidneys are your
eneral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, large factor In the development of the comparatively little agitation of thewl11icullntt Inn the biggest, \\ol'IlnnWII' club thnt soared nt a grasshopper, but In the act of u blood purifiers they (liter -

Miami.. natives of the west coast of AfrIca. shirt Waist", problem once has ever been known and the most sue- heedlessly, trending on a snake.! This Is I. t I out the waste or
.
MIAMI, FLOIUPA. paralleled; by the
wbospendsalargesum
man Impurities In the blood.
: but there seonitj to have until recently so fruitful 'a theme of discussion. cessful.
of money building a cyclone cellar, &U they are sick or out
AMES ANDREWS! been a fnlllnx off In tbe shipments This Is perhaps due partially at least IIOW'M-- -Till- ? but neglects to provide his! family with ef order they fall to do

WP K Some people will perhaps bo Interested to the ,Tact that In most localities. the a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholorn 'w their work. )

; A TTORNEY-A T.f.\W. In knowing thut the enterprise: bus been heat has not bt'eullo! Intense as to make' Wo olTer One Hundred Pollar Rewardfor and Dlnrrhoun Remedy as a safeguard Pslnsachesandrheu-

'Main office TITITSLLK. heathen unbearable and partly both as to any case sf Catarrh that cannot be Against. bowel complaint, whose victims matism come from excels *
and postofflce address revived and the benighted coats ; ,
cured by Hnir Catarrh Cure. outnumber those of the cyclone a hundred of uric acid In the
Branch office at Four PIKJICK.'roseoutlng will get their accustomed beverage.One advocacy and opposition, to the tact F. J,Cii KEN xy: A Co., Props., Toledo, O. to one. This remedy; Is every whore recog- -- blood due to neglected
for lirevard thut the novelty of the shirt waist has nixed the most and reliable trouble.
Attorney Co causes We the undersigned )have known 1' J. as prompt kidney
Notary Public,State at Large. of the rarest suicide Is passed nwiiy. Pxistmen In several Cheoney for the last 15 years, and believe medicine In use for these dlsuAsos. For Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady e

reported from London. A retired army cities have this year been I permitted to him perfectly honorable In, all business sale by druggists and medicine dealers.There 1 heart beats, and makes one fact as though l
transactions and able to they had heart trouble because the heart 'hioverworking
officer was recently; left a fortune ef without financially carryout g
waist public
don the shirt
'TEPHEN E. FOSTER, any In thick
made their firm. pumping kidney-
(X> bis brother. The any obligations by /
about $2.r> .000 by
outcry whatever. This Is significantwhen WKHT & TRUAX, Wholesale UrugplsU, are Indications that Utinsla Is poisoned blood through vein and arteries.It 'a
.
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, ri'imnnslblllty; of thl jrrent sum weights the bitter discussions of ono and '" Toledoo.; WAT.DINO RINNAN MAMVl" becoming uneasy concerning her naval uoa| lo be considered that only urinary

Sims Building' upon him until he lifcninc despondent two years ago are remembered. Wholesale Urujfglstn, Toledo O. position In the fn> east The Mvl"t oft troubles were to bo traced:: to the kidneys
tuna! Imujjlnod hluiwlf |poor and In remained Hall' (la'arrh Cure I. taken Internally, nottworthy but now modern science proves that nearlyall
It hue for a Cleveland (0.) $t, i'ctershurgpublishos/ a
constitutional diseases have their
JACKSONVILLE FLA. a'short time this. frnuie of mind led'to soling( dlroo'ly upon the blood end mucous : begin
clergyman; the ItI'v.1 Albert Knton / KiirfncoH of Mm svstem. Price 7i cts! article/ In which It flares ti.ut the ning kidney troubla.

ALLEN self destrurt'oii., There have been frequent Fitch, to extend the limit of shirt per bottle. Hold by all' druggists. Ten- Russian' Miiuiiilrun' In the Pucltic errata! It you are sick you can make no mistake

EORGE W. ,"% PiiwK of men who though des! ,wa I lilt |possibilities a distance not hitherto Lliniinlitls free. ,Is poinpletfly.. Pt the mercy of Jiijwti on by flrat doctoring your kidneys. The mild f

PI'I'utl'lpoor; Imagined: themselves contemplate lie presides overthe ]jII'1FRUllly! Pills are the best. account of !the .dlfflc-iilty lilvb, the and! the the nary effect o( Dr. Kilmer'sSwamp.Root 9
U
kidney
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW great remedy
WEST FI-OIUDA. rli-b nnd ended their lives when the delusion > spiritual I welfare of u Con rl' I1t1on. ItUHMlnn sinus would experience I In soon realized. It elands the highest for Us f;
ICY
wnft dispelled 1 but this London nlist church In that city and Ywiitlyilppenred The reclamation of tbe Carson river Hint. purl; of the world In rceoiillng andrt'l'ro'lslonlnll. wonderful cures of the most distressing cases

jjnd Will State practice Courts In the United ffjunOS States suicide Is decidedly novel. In the pulpit and delUuredhlx valley In JSevadu; Is public work of | Moreover. It snys. and Is gold on Its merlla tfK. ... 4

sermon! In n shirt waist lie says .more than local Interest und Importaucu. there would \bo innny Clh.tll1'1). by all druir cists In fifty-, 11'W"
My boy when four year old was taken cent and one-doliar..IxI' NF 1
S. with colic and cramps In his stomach. I that he will continue: to do this! as long This portion. of Nevada Joins to their currying out ninny necessary e.i. You may have a

N BURNIIAM M.D. sent for the doctor and he injected morphine ns the weather I Is no warm. itellevlna the desert country of tbe bunln runges. repairs. Inasmuch us the docks at Vladivostok sample bottle by mall nomots. .._..._

but tbe child kept Retting worse. personal comfort for himself he believes :but the waters of tbe Carson river and and Port Arthur are Insufficiently free also pamphlet telling you how to find '
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, I[ then gave him half a teaspoonful ofChamberlain's and out It you have kidney or bladder tro ble.
its
In It also! for his ('Ongl't'glton.and tributaries. permit of Irrigation equipped for the IU111)OIII1'l'l1ft
and Diar this when Dr. Kilmer
Colic Cholera Mention paper writing?
Ear, Nose and Throat. rhoea Remedy, and in half.an hour he has fnvlted the women of his save It from being wholly unproduc ItUHslan voHselM. It remarks, are> ol>ll|
i"T PALM BEACH, PLOKIDA.TTJU. wan sleeping and soon recovered L. church to remove their hats during tive. During the spring and l curly to winter In Japanese pwts as VlmllvoMtok --

Wllklnjr Shell Lake, WIs. Mr. Wilkins worship and the men to remove their summer the river )Is swollen by melting In. almoHt 10uct.lbhdurlnlt .
Is book-keeperfor the Shell Lake Lum- butlater cold while at Port Arthurthl''t" I
HOUGIITOVSFLOATING coats. snows. on tliC, Sierra Nvvadus, the months
.
ber Co. For sale by all druggists\ and SEED
medicine dealers. Whether the shirt waist problem will In the season Its volume becomesInsignificant 'Is not siilllolcnt 8ft"Oln mOl hi UBn.

be the paramount Issue at the next and DO extensive reclamation !Moreover there Is not a BiirBHent\

DENTALPARTMENT3. When there hat been a death In tbe congregational' meeting of the church through/ Irrigation Is possibleat depth of water In the Inner basin. and For

l on the "Dentos," family tbe bouse seems terribly large. remains to be seen. Its low water stages: Within the the outer basin, which Is somewhat The Farmer

Now AT PALM BEACH.Foley's Atcblson Globe.Benevolence) /last few months however It bus become larger. Is dangerously exposed to ev The Gardener

I' YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARM: TAKING apparent through Investigations! ery wind. The Svlet alno foresees the and

_. ----- -. la to love all men; When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill made by tho division of \iydroifrnpbyof / ilnngcr of the sblps of the Itusslnn Beet The Housewife
knowledge to know all men.-Confucius. Tonlo because the formula Is plainly
Kidney Cure the United States geological survey bi'littf blockaded! by tbe Japanese In Thersn.talita.n.or., Tlwymim
I printed on every bottle showing that It Is worth a prrnf dr Ouue
, makes kidneys and bladder right.YirginiHomes nimgly", Iron and Quinine In a tasteless under the charge: of L. II. Taylor; that Vladivostok and I'ort Arthur In time .linn' :'I.dl.i".a-. Wllg.l kln;! nut.f... a

A Worm Killer.J. fo.-m. No cure, No pay. ftOcts.Whltecapptng with the proper conservation of the of war .Tbe article conrludes by say D. M. FERRY' A 00.

wusted winter and spring flow by tbe Ion that.: In view of these many and Detroit, Mloh.
I'uxlco WayneCo.
A. J. Montgomery, ,
has received
a severe
., Mo.,,wlltel: "1 have little twin RirlH, construction of storage reservoirs It sinister possibilities. It Is absolutely
: who have been bothered with worms all shock: in Arkansas. A mob was ad. would bu possible to obtain enough water necessary that Russia should obtain n

their lives. 1 tried everything to relieve vancing on tbe house of a man who to Irrigate not less than 1''().009 fresh point rt'nppnl on the Pacific roast,
them which failed until I used White'sCream bad received a tip that It was the
inKorea
nnd for this) !Masanphov
Vermifuge the first two doses acres. of land now lying arid< besides/ purpose The Largest and Mpet Com. a
--- ; laudable of the to kill
intention gang
would satisfy nil requirements.It
of them Increasing the reliability of
brought four worms from one materially
You learn all about Virginia LAnd', elute Establishment South.
and blow bis with
him up property to bsv occurred to
of them (104' not seem
twelve under
mode of cultivation the next two doses one the supply tor lands already
Its
resource., prices, products, elc.t; by, reading the twelve Inches; the other child was! only dynamite.! One of tbe mob wu eaterylag cultivation. With this amount of land the writer that this wns. one of the CEO. S. HACKER & SONS
four It Is! a most excellent bill The
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. relieved of worm" White's Cream Ver- dynamite In pocket. prospective reclaimed for farming purposes It is plans which the Anglo-Japanese treaty
to the menlcme. victim of the whltecnppersdrill
for a months subscription designed to doferit.
estimated that Increase I propertyvalues was
mifuge Is good for children It not only an la .
Farmer Co. Emporla, Va. one shot at the advancing crowd "" --
,
destroys worms It helps the child to per- In the section reclaimed would
fect growth, wards nil sickness 2.:>c. at but that one was enough. The bullet bit amount to several million dollars. The Dysentery Cured Without tlio AW

B. R. Wilson tit .!SOD'.. the stick. of dynamite and they haven't ale of a Doctor.
SALVE less
BANNER estimated I cost of_ this storage
found enough of the who was carrying ,
man "I froma hard spell of the
which be am just up
than $i for each acre can
the most hoallna salvo In the world. A Cheap Indian River Home. It to form the basis, for a funeral lIu." (dysentery) says Mr. 'r. A. Pinner,
about $800.000 for the total
Besides, nine other men were seriously Irrigated or a well known merchant of Drummond,
Tile place consists' !! of 13', acres4: acreage reclaimed. Tenn. "I used one small bottle ofChamberlain's
YEARS* mile north of Fort Pleree Four acres hurt. Colic: Cholera and I>lar-
BO
are cleared and fenced! and there are rhuea Remedy and was cured without,
EXPERIENCE 25MK:!: bearingpineapple plant! orr the Fruit tarts and cakes are served out Cure IJczcmn, Itching Humors, having a doctor. I consider U the best,

place. There are 2l.i acres ready to set five times a week to the crews on Pimple) unit' Carbuncle. cholera mt'Jltlelneln the world." There ..

in. orange tree and pineapple The board 8tcoamf'U' tmdln:; between Australia Costs Nothing to Try. U no need of employing a doctor when a"MANUFACTURERS

9 1 remaining nine acres It good pineapple : and New Zealand Tarts are ..D, U. If. (Botanic Blued Balm) Is now this remedy used, for no doctor: can .a
land and a portion of It good for trees.It better medicine for bowel
topless pie recognized: as a certain and sure cure for prescribe OV
r, -e a frontage Indian Klver. The ID form either for children
eczema, Itclilng shin, h umors, scats pim complaint any
best uuilding sate I 1:1 on a high elevation IJoeii It Pay tOo Buy Cheap? scales, watery blisters, aching/ booes or ad u Its. It never falls and Is pleasant Doors Sash Blinds,
pies
MA/IK. ,
TRADE ,
the river the town
,
, overlooking! take. For sale by all druggists and
carbuncles. to
DzsleNev for and colds or Joints bolls, prlchlntt painIn
: cough
JUver Inlet. There U A cheap remedy
v COPVBICMTa AC.. and house th(> Indian on the premises.Fort (I. all right", but you want something that: the skin, old sating. sores, ulcers, etc. medicine dealers.. ile uldtng &: Building Material
A evnn.-ndtng a.li...-ll and' d..tlo"! ? I flu) and Botanic Blood Balm taken internallytcures
relieve aDd the most severe
......MIn ear oi-lnlon 'rea wh.tB.r .. Pierce is I a division point on the will care }
.
galn.y S worst and most deep- ( trrmlllrn .
eommunM.fl of throat and the Cfflce k Warerooms. King opposite
I I VS'IIfln Is pr..hsbly paen4bls.: Florida East Coast Hallway and a placeof dangerous results luog ,
11.: n..tracthM.ladwltb.! ILmIMok o. Peten4 enriching, purifying and vitalizIng I.lttleYIIIII'.. what does this Street.Charleston .
.tents. with god troubles. What shall you do? no to a cases by pa. Cannon
-. ol aimocy (> ..omeImportanct', prospects !,
F 'j.f.: = through L"u7.rX"d'. r.t.r.peMat future development. There warmer and more regular climate? Yes, the blood, thereby giving healthy per mean by saying It wfts a fruitless'
setter, without ch. .r...la the for to the skin. Uotanlo Blood S. C.
stores of all klnd ,sevral churches, if poiwiblo; if not posaibla for you, tben blood supply sea relit ;
Scientific Jlmerica are school postoftlw. telegraph, office, etc. !In either case take the only remedy tha Balm U the only sure, to stay cured, for J.'nth..r-rt probably applies, my son "

A handenmalr. I1In..nt" w..kly.. f....... MFaalKlort This, place will,make a fine home and has been introduced In all civilized UnDo these awful annoying skin the trouble rich It to Mr'i"!".t >>f noni won who waslo. Sash Weights Cord and
of .ny .......tlll" 100m.'. T.rn'. tt a capable of being made quit a plantation. tries with success In severe throat and beal. every sore the and skin.give Builds glowof the \ .' !P .. f' r p'ui'opi'lus' on a pine treed -.- ,
troubles] "Boschee's German Hyrap"II health to up
a'Hewi rk Five hundred orange and grapefruit lung and makes tbs blood < ''. i n :Newt. Hardware.
& trees.and 1tsl,000pinesDPle/ plants not only b.ul* and tlmoU'es tbe ti... broken down' body
'HrlUm 011I.-,ea t.o W..bl ......U.t. be placed on It. Fine hingthunt- sees to destroy the germ disease, but al red and DOIlrt.blnlC.oepeclall1 advised
can andoygterinif in the Immediate vicinity lays Inflammation, cause easy expectoration ,for chronic: old oases that doctors, pat Window and Fancy Glas?

-SALE.!: In quanta Inz Fort Pierre I III headquarters gives good night's rest,and cures ent medicines; and not spring fall to cars. I/I-
OLD LEAD FOR any A SPECIALTY.Foey's
the patient. Try one bottle. Recommended "Druggists/ 1. To prove B. B. D. cures, / !' 'Yte .
ty; at the ADVOCATe o lMl.Foley's for pricelJiOOwhichIsvr, gf'nt'ralJly. cheap.For many years by all druggists lathe cure, sample sent free and prepaid by 1---- -
: Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa. This dgaalere III all every boy ol ib. (main*
information address, -world. You can get this reliable writing Honey and Tar
Tar full C. T. McCUBTr, remedy at B. R. Wilson 4 Son' Get I Describe trouble, and free medical! advice Laxative Brom0-Quinine T.bleta
Honey ana for cbl drensalesure. ffo op4tes.EAST .
Ankona, Brevard County, Fla. Green Special Almanac /neat la scaled letter the remedy. that earn a oM I" dmr I
cures colds prevents pneumonia.






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i ,' .. 4 EST COAST, ADVOCATE.; AUGUST 22. 1902.


,; ly'1' r JAMES. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BKOWN, VlcePresmwtC

i EAST COAST ADVOCATE, YOUR HOME PAPER. S. Scirmxicn, Cashier. W. S. BKAWMINO, Asat. Cashier


Paradoxical, -as !It may seem to r RIVER STATE BANK
INDIAN
I ',,1 A W..KLt JOakKJ.Ii DSYOTED TO TH. p.Tar.I IOFMiirr /" think ota struggling country editor '
I y or TBa IXDIAM BIVCB, LAIR ,
I 'f, WOKTH AND 811104'1'11&BAYBIOTIOnS.KVEBY as a philanthropist, yet a little hon ,

t I '. est investigation will easily demonstrate Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

i PUBLISHED' VKIOAT.H. that the public ii under morn Makes Authorized capital, $i OO.CQO

!,g.. I obligation to him in this respect Chronic Invalids. t"fr 'ald up capital, $2>-ooo

r Ii r OIARLEI WALTOW, Editor A Publisher. than to any other class of citizens, Wbra.. liver is torpid,and fails to do Std' work, Average deposits, $10L<,ooo

(,1 111I ',' Dltoontlnuanoe of ftdvM. matt be made per- says II. C.Miller in St. Peter Free the Mia enters the blood M a virulent poison. Then -

d : I Deafly at this olfio or by: writing; Press. "The pen Is mightier than oomee ooMtipauon, binou.ne..toh\ headaebs, feren Transacts General Banking
1. the sword" is an axiom recognizedeven and malaria. The only: treatment that gives the beer just a

1 L; cJheoKeta.: ,may: be madoipayabU to CHARUCSH. by Napoleon, and, to the editoris the ngbt touch and itaru Natures work in tbe right
WALTOxpubllaher. afforded the of Business
privilege wieldingthis manner is
''i\ i, Address all communications to weapon for good or evil, every "D ;
in the A'tIOD'S[ LIVERPILLS Largest and Oldest Bank on the
day River
i iNt' EAST COAflT ADVOCATE, year. ',tht ,'IC .
l : B, TLOBIDA. There can be no enterprise in a J "ANDTONIC PELLETS y Exchange bought and sold on all F gill,
r town without a live t 4 Countries.
__ newspaper.
The plD touches i,. I liver, and tbe pellet tone the --
11tf S. of Agriculture When any public Improvement is yitem.
i U. department { t V i tronage appreciated. Prompt dervice milt I
d" Weather Cureau" -Jupiter, Fla. wanted, or arrangement; is to be d kn ,y treatment anil every favor Coneletanturrl> ); nJ j jrvative '
made for a public function, its promoters 29 doeee for 3j)day eoet 25 oenta, and unleas --, ,y banking l granwu

; never fail to enlist the local your case U eioeedingly bad :you CORRESPONDENTS I
: 'I: J The following comparative statement will be well before you finUh them. / T Seaboard National Hunk of >ew Y n tM '
'y of temperature and rainfall for the paper, and when the preacher con Sample free. For sale at ( _? National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla.

&T! ;j I, I week ending Tuesday, Aug. 12, 1002. templates getting up a church fair all dealer*. 'ra'rUVILL FLA...
1 I -1902DATK. : -1901- or the candidate wants a public
L\ MAX. MIN.' MAX. MIN. office, both invariably mane it a -=

I g'' ,1;; 6 7 80 92 73 70 8 87
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I 11! 1t I 0) 87. 70 88 73 money for the proposition, but they

10 87 70 80 70 cannot expect to succeed withouta Sold by: It. R. WILSON SON, TITUSVILLE. Wood Coal Coke Brick. Lime Cement
I 11 88 74 81 73 ,
liberal of ink --------- ,
amount
printer's ,
I ,: 12 80 70 85: 72
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I { Total, rainfall for the week: .41 judiciously used in the columns of THE OLD RELIABLE t

ii I Departure from normal rainfall for the the home paper, and the editor is,
r < j It, week: minus .74 laches. Departure therefore apt to become a more Rollins College Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.""
{ r i j l from normal rainfall since January 1, important factor than any other ,
mlnns.8.73' Inches. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, :Florida. Telephone Xo. :262. ,
1 I i U.4L. P. HABDIN, Observer. contributor. Founded 1885. Has special Florida charter. The South Florida College. Opens
-- But, in spite of his admitted bus- October 1st. Located on high pine ridge, among the spring-fed lakes of Orange J. K. MVNNEflLTN, General Manager.,:
: County. Absolutely no malaria.
:1'j' iness sagacity, his enterprising disposition ,
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( THE road to success is the irregular and his general superior COLLEGE. PREPARATORY SCHOOL. ---- --- -- -

I'I I ; road of advertising.. Live merchants MUSIC SCHOOL SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION1.
i knowledge of men and affairs, the
i t: who continually advertise country editor rarely Accumulates BUSINESS SCHOOL. ART SCHOOL. MeMiirray & :Baker
I its in Excellent modern Instruction.
understand
r,1. and know and much wealth, and most always must equipment. Thorough, ,
t "make the that Beautiful location. \ A room for every student I:
I I ;,''I genulty mill go be content with the satisfaction he Best Board., Expenses low. ,Best Influences Catalog application.
: f II q grinds the corn." Keep on advertising can get out of assisting in the advancement 4O1-413 East Bay Street., Jacksonville, Florida.
REV. GEORGE M. WARD D. D Winter Park Fla.
i if you want to do, a good Principal, ,
of the industrial
political .,
_. -Makers and Jobbers of-
', business. and educational welfare of his .
!'I J JI Jft fellowmen. Still with all these

tJ."I'' STIIONQ: efforts are being; made, material drawbacks', in the profession The Pioneer Cooperage.LAGRANGE Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

I1 1 with every reason for expecting editor ,
rarely ever can a country
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f rail. -. FLORIDA:
much better
.j success, to secure
Rubber Tires.
'j' be'found willing to change places Saddlery,
., i road rates for visitors to the State with I manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expeditiously.
he loves his
: : \, ': Fair'than those of last year, so that he is any true one to his; trust, and palling he invariably When la need of a tank, write me for estimate, lUll cAn All) your order.to perfection.! First-Class Repairing and Painting &c. &c.

I(1, there will be no reason for remain TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, f>. .
stands by his colors to the --------- --- -- --
I' ing away from Lake City because lallt. '

'H, 'I I of the cost of the trip. For the information of those not East Coast Lumber & Supply Co |

: familiar with newspaper work, It P. Riihlman c& Co.
j KING EDWARD, who BO pleasantly may be interesting for them to know ii

1 ,A ti entertained the Boer generals in that newspapers are printed for the GENERAL OFFICE: EAT: GALLJE, FLA. M''

'J JI""ii,. I England, is contemplating a visit same reason that shoes and furniture FLORIDAPI 'Yards at Titusvllle, Eau Oallie,and Fort Pierce. n,
to Ireland sometime in November.
1 II 'I and hats are made : to sell to
, 'ri, :t We have no doubt be will receive provide an income for those who E.A.PPLES Complete stock of Lumber aud Building Material of all kinds; Sash'and Doan,

j i'l'. a hearty welcome from all Protestants invest their money, and when any Blinds and Builders' Hard ware. AddroHs, orders to the General Office
I 1 f : 1 as well, as from a majority of one sends you something publish A SPECIALTY.

nl dJ q the better class of Roman Cotholios. "Just as Information or news" that

fir f should be paid advertising,you may Now York Agents for Florida. Fancy Pineapple Association Hodges <& O'Hara
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I''' I Ir. ; Do Nor destroy the ADVOCATE after know that said party expects you ,
261 St 1 NEW YORK. .
V-V Washington
I i I: ; you have! finished reading it, to run a newspaper "on wind." The U3) Murray Street. {}' N. Y. "- ...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
r but enclose it in an envelope that columns of the newspaper are Its '.

p \ has been opened ; put a Ic. stamp wares, and the use of V them is sold RagDreeea"ed: CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER ]

, i, upon it, and send it to a friend in to persons in other lines of business I
Ifl Orange. Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable CrateR. Mouldings
; Shingles, etc.
t '1 'I the North, East, South or West. who desire to advertise their special Seeds ForSummer Crops. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Widens for prices delivered

I They will appreciate getting the wares. The quality of the reading to any part of the State. Address: lodges & O'Hal'a, Buffalo Bluff,_Fla.

I ,: pink paper, and many will consider matter provided by a newspaper ,- -

if s I' it as good as a long letter, as it regulates its sale'and therefore regulates Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans Velvet Beans, Peanuts. Chufas, Teosinte, Giant t
The Oldest Established Grain and Seed the
House In
State
:', of inter the value of its
gIves general happenings advertising Beggarweed, clean.
: ":'1 f est along the East Coast of Florida, columns. The revenue received for JBmAI -

,: where many of your friends have, advertisement! Is what sustains a comer :JE.A.S: :
} J Wm.: A. Sours:: : cSl: ; Co.
doubt visited. Just the profits that
no newspaper as
I \ Whlppn, Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown. Ladyflngers.
l the shoe inanuhcturer'or grocer Clean Bright Stock: ; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 330: per qt., Postpaid; $1.23 ,

f ul'' I THE Islands makes on his goods enables him to peck; 425: bushel. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
: Philippine seems to
''f be a "White elephant" our live and continue his business. Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers., ,
upon
'I +i '" hands, so far. Major Glenn, in his L. CAMERON. The Seed Store e Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers

W. r recent defensive plea before the CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 11MlIMdas ,
112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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t oj, .government lclal said : "I found -
I qi1 very soon after my arrival in Panay, The Clyde ships sailing from ..TackaoDvllle ttV '" Agts. for furioa Feed. Warehouses On tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
\ that man's hand was againstus still continue to go: north full of
ni I every
It Is evident that this
passengers.; popu
: I ; that every man, woman and lar line Is a groat favorite with the travelIng -
f 'I child In the island was an enemy,, public for our horn pnople have been UNITED The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block.

and, in my judgment, they, are today yearly patronizing the Clyde Line and
.!JJ.' I and always will be1." Verily it seem thoroughly; satisfied with the ships,
service, stateroom accommodations, etc.
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does look if troubles In the r
as our The Clydes are progressive people and PATENTED IN THE ..UNITED STATES and all CIVILIZED COUNTRIES,,
t Philippine Islands were not over by are constantly studying the convenience
{ any\mean and comfort of their patron It Is certainly -
a pleasure to sail from Jackson- This SELF-LOCKIKG TACKLE BLOCK which has Just been
'I villa on one of their grand steamers and
EDITOR Henry Wattereon, of Kentucky our home people In selecting their route ORANGE WRAPS patented<
\ l' seems to have a poor opinion for annual trips north could not travel hoist and lower like any block and tackle, and WILT" STOP AN'D{
tt of politics and politicians, for when In gloater comfort than by the Clyde LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed. Soft Rope, Wire

I; ', approached with regard to nomina. the Line.fact Tbe that rates they are Include always, considering meals and Rope or Chain can be used. Nothing to get out of order,any prnon
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V I 1 : I, ting him for Governor of Kentucky, stateroom berths, much cheaper than by can use it. NO CLEAT NEEDED. The same device is used in

l'tl I : : he said he would not allow his name rail. A letter addressed to F. M. Ironmonger Cheek and Deck Blocks. Will hoist, lower and lock at will, (from

I i ij il I to be mentioned in connection with jr., 'Gen'l Passenger Agent, Arc the Most Economical. below or at any height, upside down br at any aifgle, an ounce or 2S

t, the office ; that he had never handled ,i Jacksonville. Chan.Fla, II.will Walton bring In you the fullpartlailars. TI- / /- tons, according to the size and shape of the tackle block. Only 'me

I ,' an unclean dollar.in his life, and tusvllle agent. rope, chain or wire ropeis used\ at a time. Thesame pulley
l he would not hold 'an office that each. There la no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger attach

( I money could buy. This popular Application for TAX Deed.NOTICE No Waste. :Each Sheet Perfect. ment to this device.

It I t : and gifted editor does not seem tot The Self-Locking Tackle Block is necessary for Yacht and v>'*"-

( '" like the conditions imposed upon in HFRKirS GIVEXTIIAT GEORGE t eels of alt kinds, Bridge and House Building, Aerial Trolleys. Kail-
candidates who seek the exalted AM KUN, purohatier Tax. Uertilt. roads, Quarries, Lumbermen, R'arehouaes.Masons Service,
cater ZOi... HM and WIT.dated.. the Sril Uy of Foundries, Marine
r., ': position of Governor of Kentucky ottlue July,,A.gad. II.hM WMtf made has sled! 'Mill certlitcfttan/ In In my to full Size, Full Count. Made in all Colors. Mines, Machine Shops, Steamboats, Stage Scenery, Painters, Circuses, Brewer-

,,I.. t. (mine In aaonrttanue: with Inw.O"r r: te tee, Wells, Stables; Harness Rooms, Butchers, Tanneries, Slaughter House,

MANY visitors to Titusville have embrace ulln lire.the>r following
: f; remarked upon the Improved of RE\\(.Swyof sic::1< ami NK.:!* of SWW Sea. Fire Escapes, Fire Departments, Riggers. Can also be used in the Protection!
appearance .
\28,Tp,:35 South R.&nu.39: Kant. The alii land !
of our streets within the bwlnur taten.etlatthedat.ofthelsauanaeofcuoh.,. l Plain or Printed of Fruit Trees and gathering of Fruit and Vegetables, stretching wires and
: oerttno.te*In the name n of J. A. Henilry anti A. I
I past few years, as regards shade Hemlry. Unlm* oaitl certificate!Khali tw redeemed s ropes of all kinds. Hoisting Flags, Dumb Waiters, Elevators, Sail Boats oi alllnda.Awning4
aaconllnir*n law' tax"l.oil will lamia. therton. .
p'I trees. We have planted, from time on the 23rd day. or"Heptemher, A. !>.. Wl.Witnew Tents, Blinds, Bicycles, Electric Light purposes, Sash LighWi
q 0.1 l to time, quite a few, but we still my plttolal' signature. and teal this the In Meat Markets and :Stores of all kinds, Hunting Camps, and Private House,

j:t need more, and we want our townspeople flit Seal day, of] Aiitfmt,A.A..D.A.,IWO.STEWART.. Do not :wait, bi t';;place your order now. from the kitchen to the bed room. In fact, it can be used with great utility

,;/ N lr!!!, to bestir themselves a bit Clerk Circuit' Court of Brevard: O.. .A... County Stewart Kla.By D..C, % wherever! a tackle block Is needed. It saves time, money and labor, as no c'logor
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with regard to the matter of plant .' fastening of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything elseIs needed.

I ing trees. Several other towns in Application>> for Tax Deed. :- All kinds and all sizes can Mused either ashore or aboard ship, anti will
this State are devoting deal! of not cost much than the PATE
!If a more ordinary pulley blocks. WALTON'S
l r", attention to the queatlon of tree IS HEREBY GIVE THAT B. E. Write for samples and prices to the SELF-LOCKING TACKLE BLOCK Is similar in shape, weight and size:: to the
I planting along their thoroughfares NOTICE. purchamir: of Tax Certtfli-ate No. tae/ ordinary pulley blocks In and
dated. the and day of July A U. I1XXI. hasSled every day use, and Is made In different shape
.j j" r and the people of Titusvllle, who Bald ovrtlflcate In my office,. and baa mad.. sizes to suit, all purposes. There Is absolutely nothing to>get out of order Ie'
I application\ for tax deed to tune In accordancewith
have the interests of the, town at law. Said certificate embrace. *t the followIng has no springs, wedge teeth or trigger rope; and soft rope, chain and wire
heart, should learn what trees are described poquerty.ituate.l In Hrevanl county rope can be used In the same block.A .
,fiorlda to wit: South H Southwest \(,lees
best adapted for our streets for iota to II. R Wllnon and lot Went of Jlihllo I Road United Paper Co. sample of the pulley block may be seen at the EAST COAST ADVO TB
In SonthwfMt u of rV' >uth a... )U In Section !W
l winter and summer, and inaugurate Townehlp21,9..nthRanaesaEast. The(aid. ''an.i office, Titusvllle, Fla.
a plan for their planting. Now do being(:aoxtMxxl at the date of the.iMimnce suchr.rtifcat.Iu
t the name.of F. A. Chappell helra.I'nlem J. O. WALTON
not rush over one another in said certificate hall be redeemed accord- Inventor Etc
your of the above; also, Patent Calking Tool for Boat
In*to law.., tax deed, will tease. thereon. on tbs
eagerness to show that you are anx. 33rd: day of September,A. D.IMH.Wltneu : Southern Office: Atlanta, Ga. Offices: New York, Boston and TltOsville, Fla.:
r ious to improve the appearance of ray official signature and seat I this the ,
22nd day of August,A.D. 1WU.t : .' -
y your town by planting out more t raltAL.1] A. A. STEWART

p shade trees. Clerk Circuit By O.court A.Stewart of Brevard,eputy Co.,Clerk.Fla. W'E HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH ANT OTHER HOUSE IN ATLANTA. The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing!



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Stuart. Jensen.. Melbourne. J3: Eau Gallie. GEORO MARX. JOHN MARX .' 1

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IT. Welch, route agent of the South E. A. Ireland spent n day at Miami Goon. Jtt OOODE.--R l IQIotatcO and Loans.Aeont Fish, are being/ shipped- from this point 1VI :BRC: >S.. '

Kxprois Co., was here Tuesday ap- this post week. / for .KtiiA, London and Liverpool ant at/rom GO to 00 barrels per day. f
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lug an agent at this place. rtlolxj, ProviiUmcB sun (
Washington and Fire
Geo. E. Coon Is off for a six: weeks' Insurano Special attention paid to the The sharpie, Llazle, Is on Hodgson's: WHOLESALE GROCERS-
and Mrs. FT. W. Beasey. Roy Lane vacation at Ilenderaonvllle. N. C. Interacts of non-reatdent.. ways, being overhauled painted .
{Stanley Kltchlng visited: friends In ,
The ADVOCATE: does all kinds of job Major Jordan, who has been the ti;
on
later town, Jensen, Sunday;
Tinting, and solicits a share of your Jr: Subset I ipttons-for the ADVOCATE, the sick list, Is again able to be about as Fruit and Produce Jobbers
|hare Tom McRay, J. R, Fltzer and work: the pink paper of the East Coast, will lie usual,
oreton Murray, knights of the grip, received at the Melbourne FoNtoffloe.
I here, Tuesday, calling pn our met Geo:M. Bobbins of Tltnsvllle was In I The large, scuppernong' grape .vine on
I18iv. our burg on professional business a day ,I Capt. West Is having his buildings at the grounds of Pinewood Lodge Is loadod Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ;
ao last week.J. "
with' \ fruit this
Moore, of Jensen; held services!> west end treated to a coat of paint season. 1.

|last Sunday morning and evening, W. and Archie Hosier spent a few Rev. It. B. Teoipltton is having some Rev Mr. Templeton, of Melbourne, WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

went down to Palm Beach Monday lays un their orange grove at White repairs done on the M. E paraonage. conducted services In the Baptist churchon .
Ing. City this week. : Sunday morning and evening PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
J. T). Ilarrell, of St. Augustine was ft -JPi i* j
gain we are needing rain. Just a few E. J. RIcou recently bought a riverfront guest of the McBride house last week. Our fishing firms are lining I launches Seed Potatoes, Sued Peanut and Cow Peas In neasoii.
showers will satisfy UK. We don't lot from 1', V. Moore, and is preparing *. In their business more and more, and are J,
;t a deluge to run all the* fish out of to build a residence. Mrs. John Goode Is now enjoying a making the Innovation pay well. L'-\Ye solicit consignments of Fruit, and Vegetable i:

aver visit with her grandchildren In New York. .1"
John T. Stanley a prominent manufacturer .(AlnDswoith{ has made a barrel of -- ---- -- --- -- ---- ---- ----- -- It

>rrls Johns had a very fine bird dot, of New York who owns one of Rev. }'. Weatlierax: gave a very fine wine'for family use It will bo bottled KI2AL, ESTATE FOIL SALE. I
n by some kind of a snake, on Mon- the largest pineapple plantations here sermon on Sunday evening In the Congregational 'andput away to age before being con Rockledge-Cpcoa. ;:
The snake struck the dog twice on fll still with us, having' been here since : church. .um A.lanlnIBtra-.f: : i
lip end of the nose. May A Jolly party of young people from S., K. 1 etl his duties at Goo N. Hatch expects: to get moved I As the Estate of ,

fr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, of Tibbals Our Ice factory will be running In a Sat Gallle visited friends In Melbourneon the ,railway station at this point, Mr. into his new store room by Sept hat, William Troutler, deceased, We offer at I

ife down, Sunday morning, In their week or ten days, and our local fish deal. Monday evening. Warrel being moved to some other point Ills room will be very nice and attractive.; private sale the following described Real I
launch which will be laid here era will not have to pay $0 ton force on the line }}tito, belonging to said Estate:
| up per
Capt. Claude Beau Jean took a party", of The work of spraying goes on with tho No. 1. :Sold. '
few weeks. Mr. and Harris to the trust as they did last season II
Mrs. ,
L for a while. friends for a moonlight sail on Monday A moonlight excursion on the steamer orange growers. Tho rust mite, and to I No. a. All of S| of NEf, Section 21, j
ned home on Monday's train. evening on the yacht Ida May. Canaveral was well patronized on Mon make the fruit bright, Is. the effort In Township: South, Range 37; East conerect

jhe people who are living at Annie Messrs. Ilardee Bros. A Rice have Win. Fee of Fort Pierce, came to Melbourne day evening. This vessel I III well fitted mud now. I with water, lying In said Eau: Oallle ,
piles east of Lake Okeechobee, and bought 150:; acres of land a few miles on Saturday to spend a few day. up for such an outing. Rev.. A. rtl, Budget will fill his appointments Riser and Eau Gallle Bay, containing

tiles'west of this place, have petitions south of Sewall's Point where the F. E. with bis mother and brother Fred. The steamer Canaveral at the usual hours, morning and about !IO acres, more or less.
unable
postoffice department for a post- C.. Railway Co. are going; to put In a sidetrack was to evening at the Methodist church, next No. 3. /Sold I
Mr. Platt will be the postmaster and establish a flag station to be Miss Sue Hopkins and Miss Grace make her trip up the Banana river on Sunday at Cocoa No. 4. That portion of SW-4, Section

this will be transfer office. named "Frulta." The Hardee Bros. analogs, of Melbourne Beach, were the Monday last, owing to the non-arrival, ofa 21, Township :27. South Range 1)7) East i I
were down with the Superintendent of guests of Mr.\ and Mi*. Weatherwax consignment of cordwood.The Sweet potato planting has been the commencing at a point 370) feet West from I
O. Poppleton hag just finished mov- order of the day with a groat Tbe ,
[ ; Sunday and many. "
Construction locating same. Monday. Indian River Inn has boon doing a Northeast corner post on 14 !Section line .
bere to this place from the Indian early pare of the nounaii was too dry but
To cracker the Already there are letters arriving Inquiring good business all this summer. Mr. and : as Aforesaid and CO fort :South: of said X 1
fir
Inlet section, to which place they an unsophisticated the rains that have come have helped the t
,Cross and family are the Section line for a starting point thence .,
for furnished houses and among guests
Jtaken"every summer, so that they game of running on your "record" Is a cottages planters out.DC. .
at present staying at this house.A run South ,12: foot, thence East 100( feet
for the It will popular ,
Work on the bloom of the mangrove very dangerous combination. It Is, no coming season. tax our
( which are very plentiful there. doubt, all right to have a record, provided people this winter to take care of all the O.'lh.: squash was brought Into Eau Hughlett's new resilience Is In the thence South 4J(1 feet, thence West to
f have It under lock and key so .visitors that want to come. Gallle market lands of the plasterers, and when they Section lino, thence North VJ3( :! ft, thence \
you on
Tuesday by Henry
pith brothers we' In from their to- Roy, ret through It will be finished and the East 717 foot, more or loss, to point 1O)
no one can get to it and it with of Uorso Creok. This
puncture Is thin
farm, Saturday. They are at prose cold facts :Jlrs. R. A. Conkling, ltlll4s Lena Conking largest of )Doctor and his wife will have the. nicest feet( West of Southwest corner of plat of "i
-for when cold facts and a record Its kind this The
and !Mordie Conkllog of Till man: season. huge vegetable residence the Indian River. //'Iarno.: thence South 1RO
;fencing in their farm with a nog' meet In broad It Is 10 Is nt on feet, thenon
open "Day Hodgson Bros
T fence. Two feetof woven wire and Miss Mime, of Bonnventure; the Misses general store. East 730 feet to West side of F. E. C.
to: I that the record will be "done up A. L. Hatch loft InstSunday's" afternoon
strands of barbed Drake, Forest and Comstook! the Mc nra. Alex. Noar's Railway. rlght-ol- thence North
> wire, with posts, Browne;" especially when the sovereign: well-dilvlng plant wont train for the north, for a vacation way, on
o feet apart) Is the material used.lay's eoplo, take a "primary shot" at it from Charles Bolton and William Arnold that of weut to Malabar on Monday, In tow of trip lie looks rest and restoration to West sido of F, I:. C. Railway rightofway -
;
i Malabar, were among the visitors the steamer Kathleen IX) feet thenco East to b".
whore Mr. Near point of ,
long taw. Now in the light of recent health. lie will visit Ashevllle, N. C.,
attended the Ice
social the
cream at M. has a contract C. J. ginning railroad 1
excepting
Kidney Cure will case Brlght'spose events, if I were running for an office, I Young accompanied and other points north and we hope on right-of-way
E. parsonage: on last Friday evening. the outfit/ aid through said laud. Conalnloabont
to Mr. Near In his work 20acres
will Diabetes will and had record around loose \
; cure ; curee a lying I hIs return that he may have found all I
in Bladder; will cure Kidney and would try and sell It to my opponent for The Literary society will moot this., The E. C. Lumber and Supply Compy. lie sooks. Including has the County road This \

der diseases. Sold by Wilson A; Son, my old thing he happened/, have and Friday, evening at Hotel Bellevue with will put In an electric light plant In the Miss Annie Gideon expends to leave on trees tract It.a and young grove of :iOn) or (HX n
on an artesian well to.No.0. .
It he would not buy It, I-would l try andprole the' following program i Piano Solo,Mils near future. With telephones\ nsccty- August asih for Macon Gu., to attend Begin at Southeastcorner, ( of
that It was bis. anyway.; Under ,ela Barnes; reading Mrs. K. W. Goodo; lone gas aud clectrlo lights In to"n. Eau: the Georgia% Alabama Business College, lot J
now, or formerly, owned J. L. liar
Tibbals. circumstances will -I to ride Paper storms MI'.. Frank Fee vocal Gallle by
no ever try ; will be fancying Itself quite Im where she will\ pursue a course of study rison thence !South
run Elbow
across
Into office on a "record. for you cannot solo, Mrs. R. B. Templeton; reading portant.. In business elluoltlon.IlslI! Annie leenterprising creek to North t
always tell which end ,Is loaded.A Miss Metta Mack; piano solo Mrs. M. and! wo hope she suo- boundary of land belong.Ing
halt the club bouee is mny to Win. Troutlcr thence East along '
be dancing to E. Campbell; Debate: Resolved "That
coed and do well for heiself.Capt. .
.' completed, except the painting of the; theater has a demoralizing Influence, ]f JoY'1I Kidney Cure Is a medicine free !4 Section line which U the North boundary t
pbioh will be done at once, and ours PHYSICIAN" UEALEU. Dr. Geo. and has grown worse in later years." From 1'01"IOn. ami will cute any Time of W. II. Mclntyro, who lias been of Wm. Tr u tier's land to North bankof : J
are already planning for ,na enter- Ewing! a practicing physician of Smith'sGrove. Affirmative FredNFee and R. B. Templeton kidney disease that Is not hoyond the up in Georgia and tho Carolinas for the Elbow crook, thence West along bank:

kment.rtSr persona Ky } for over thirty years writes ; negative, Mrs. C. J. F'" Campbell reach of medicine. Wilson .t :;;ton. summer stopped off on her return to of said creek to point of beginning: being )
his experience with Foley's Kid and Dr. Lt A. reek.COYSUMPTIOY. Dailo county for a few day to see and In Section :21, Tow n..hlp 27 Month, Range i
Qeo. E, Andrews and daughter ney Cure: "For years I had been greasy i.f" visit his filemht at RockloilKo/ and Cocoa, 37 Bust, fills II\Dllls covered with the 1

ftlf Monday, for Atlanta Oa., whore Bothered with kidney and bladder trou- :, Indianola. and ho has a host of them too. Ha said WHIMS of the creek I
hey'will spend a short time with friends. ble and enlarged prostrate glands. I used TIIREA'l'Eth:I), he was anxious to get back In God's No. t). Sold. ,
d>. Andrews left the same day for Wash- everything known to profession with "I was troubled with a hacking coughfor country again. There was no place like No. 7. Commence about 0 chains 35:
ngton, D. C.Oa out relief, until I commenced to use Fo- a year and I thought I had consumption We Miami and Dado Ills wife will links West from Northeast corner of
miss Mrs. James county
" Kidney Cure. After taking three ,'* nays C. tinker/ 211 Maple :Street: Mitchell and her '
ey's Section!
20, on Section line between So-
down until later Id the :
, r pineapple growers are all very busy little thick, since their removal to Cocoa not come season.
bottles I was entirely relieved and cured. Champaign, III. "I tried a great manyremedies uHl7aud'Ji II
W: run West I Oclmltis ):links,
I Vacant resent in planting: new fields and fill-)\ I prescribe It now dally In My practice, and'I was under the cure of ,, but hope she may be with us again next Julio a number were disappointed because hence South 10 chains ((14 link, thence
in old fields. The In- .
places and heartily recommend its use! to all physicians for several months. I used one inmrruir.Irs. \Illness pioveittnd JCev. Van lioute South: h decrees( 80seconds, East 3chain
iase of acreage will be cut short to a physicians for such troubles. I have bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; It cured ') Charles Blytlie and children, who from Illllng his. engngement on last Sunday to Kau Gallle River, thence follow the j

t extent on account of the shortage prescribed It In hundreds of cases with me, and I have not boon troubled slncu." have boon visiting Mm. Blyllio's parents, morning at the chapol. The word shore of Kan Gnllle River In an Easterly

I Ie crop of plant and which was duo to perfect success." Sold by Wilson & Son. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son. Mr. and. Mrs..1'. n, Sanders have returned that he would not be hero wits received direction to a point due South from plaos
Try
spring summer.
to their homo In Orlando. late Saturday and it was managed 10 of beginning, thence north to point of

gentleman of this place, decided to A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock's A dance at the that all knew on Sunday morning that beginning containing; 0 acres, more or J!
I outing with a friend last Sunday, Eden. Liquid Sulphur will cure any case of Club-bouso last 'rhurs.day there would be no set vice and no one *o less and known AS the Kltcjiell place. I

};sailed over to the ocean beach to a Ground Itch, at B. R. Wilson Son's, evening, was!:,well notwithstanding attended by the the mosquitoes far ns Is known lift their lionion for No, 8. NEt of Section. 28, Township 1
young church Next Rev. Vanlloutewill
Sunday
rted house which
near was a guava
lard, and while gathering guavas ofne E. A. .Ireland made a /flying trip to people, A number coming over from City till his appointment at the usual 27 South loss, flange: U7 East containing 100 .
Point and acres, railroad ilght-of-way.
Miami\ lust week. surrounding neighborhood
side of the bush, heard a noise on White City. hour.
----- No. 0. NW *
Bother: side and by examining found 'Allmtim Allco and Beatrice 4 Section a Township
Sanders will
Mr. and MIS.\ John Miller drove to Just Look tit Her. 27 South, HllnJe7: East, containing 100
Wit-grown boar there ontbe spend thu
name White City, last Sunday.: 0 present week In Tltusvllle, and lois railroad,
Ind as himself. Both were equally; John Britt was out looking. at his groveon while there will join the Older of the Whence oamo that sprightly step, rich acrell. right.of-way.
(,prised at the meeting, and each went Guavas are beginning to ripen and our Sunday. Eanleiu Mar. Miss Jessie Sandois+ tiooompitniod rosy complexion faultless skin, smiling No. 10. 4J; (HMOO) ) acres lens railroad

ipposile directions.arry housewives are putting up jelly In amallquantatles. Quite a' delightful! rain and eleotrlo these young ladles, and I also ':".)e. She looks good fouls g, aui. Here's rltrlit-of-wav, Suction{ of Lot t and of I

storm visited this section on :Sunday, joined the Older of Kimtorn Star her secret. Mho uses Ir. King's, Now Life NEt of NWl.f, 3, Township 27
Jennings 1 Is having a cement
/ Smith
Range 37 East known a* J. L.
Bevel al of citizens have cleaned Pills. JtlIlIlt-all Motive digestion
iul. court built,which Is the II rut eve our up The Cuurtenty, Base Hnlloliibcliallenic-, organs Stewart, .
1[. Knudsen has been hauling lumber : place.
hood 11 chance
the margins front of their residencesto good, no no en, no for
it In this place. C. U. Jannoch, who let In the breeze. for a JlI.rgebarn which lie wilt soon erect. ed the Indianola boys to a game on the "hi Utili." Try them yourself. Only :25a.at No. 11. Lots 17 and 18, block 4, Town
professlunallll\ldenerla superintendthe Courtenay grounds which
was played of Eau Gnllle.
work. The cement Is moulded Mrs W. A, Bessey, who has been located Will Jones has been hauling. pineapple last /Saturday. afternoon, resulting In a B. K. Wilson Son's drug store No, 12. Lot: 1, block T t. Town of Eau ,'

'. locks, four feet wide by six feet long here for the past six month, left for slips f.rIr.. Card, of Ankona, and also score of 11: to 1 In favor of Indlaooln. Gallle Quit claim deed for this only-
three inches thick, and Is then co her home the first of the week.A. for John Brltt. Another game' will be played next Saturday : A Card of TtiMiil. held under Tux Title

nted together together. When com Mrs. II. Larson celebrated her birthday afternoon on tbe Indianola Base Hall\ For prices and termllaldrelll.
ted it will be perfectly level and alet B Michael, who has been conduct-. anniversary by Riving a delightful!: coffee grounds, just south of R. S. Grant's place, Four PIKHCK, A IIg. :20, HHRi.} F. A. MORGAN W II. JONES
Ing a store at this place for S. F. Travis, ,
smooth It Is estlmatei providing\ the weather
as as glass. Is right the lame
party to a few select filends. Editor Knot Crust AJi'ornle:
t It will cost two hundred dollars. Ill left, on Sunday, for Georgia and other' fingers) are well, and the mosquitoes have As. Administrate of the Estate of Wm.
I last a life-time;; and will be the points. \ Mr. and !Mrs. II. Larsen and Mr. and left any one either to play or look on. Will you kindly allow me apace In your frontier, deceased:
'rce of much sport. Mr. Hill and family, who have been !Mrs. Christensen were guests of Mr and highly esteemed and valued paper In Tltusvllle\ Florida
living at Clear View the past summer, Mrs. Lockhart, Sunday afternoon While the mosquitoes are so numerous which to thank Dr II. U. Wilson ft: Son j
Those of who I Interest- unusual care and .huul.l for the award of the for
our people are watchfulness generous prIze
In- the development of the East Coast have moved to Lemon City where" they Mr. and Mrs. I'oppell were /guests, at be exercised\ In the use of smudges, as the name of tbelr celebrated sodawater. A Vine Place Fur Hale

dare doing all In their power In that have bought a home. dinner, last Sunday, of Prof.. Pitta and accidents are liable to occur, even with Palmo-Pepsln. Long live the genial -

rection express themselves as being/ There are a great many fields preparedfor his nelce Miss Fannie! Christenberry. the utmost care. Musician 'Keorger lost Doctor and his esteemed son, and may 2iK) foot on Indian River, anti running

oatly surprised at the officials of the planting pineapple slips, but the Mrs. Andrew Christensen, wife of our his poultry house by fire last Sunday success and prosperity attend I'almo back 800ft. to county' road ; iv lot adjoining

ride East Coast Railway naming such growers are all waiting for rain, to pack postmaster, has been on tbe sick list for morning, through/ smudge, the loss Is Pepsin. 138ft., river font, running back
Icesslve freight rates on building roaJrial tbe ground and get It in proper condition the past week, but IssomewhatImproved. doubly heavy aft It was a very juice new" Yours In fraternity 140ft ; on a bluff 20ft. above. the river,

for our roads which Is astumbllnf We have been fussing and fuming at now. one, completed: at a con" of $:ll.V r A AI.ICM IIer.i- UAanlal which I la salt water* and three mile.

ock and causes delays in building food tbe hot weather the past week. It Is so oar i smudge/ under the dining table of one of wide at this place
Fids. Good roads do more to develop hot and dry, and It makes it seem worse Several loads of the long lookad-for.anti our residents, set (Ire to the flounce on All Were Htivctl. house' of six room, hal Lucre keptpainted
and much needed. shell has arrived #
than one thing and the, the drees of the wife, and there and
ountry any :, because each. day there Is a shower welt wan, KM In uood repair; 2fift. from
}velopment of th6 East Const means of us, on the everglades or east of us, on our citizens are busy applying It to the one of the family remarked' "quite an "For years" f suffered such until misery river bank commanding a beautiful .view

are money for the railroad, and, no, the ocean, where no .rain seems to be station road.F. animated blaze" for a second or two. from bronchitis" writes ,r. II. Johnson, of Indian Rivet ; stairs lead 1 down to

iibt, would pay them tenfold If they needed. All tbe pineapple fields have G. MoMullon has had a considerable of llrontfhtoi), GA., "Lt.."often 1 was one the liver, and a d.x-k built out Into the

|>uld haul the material free. of charged been fertilized, and are much In need of quantity of baidwood ashes aad stable Many In this able! n> work, Then when everything water tn neooniimNlat small boat.. A
development rather the portion community are clxrt f.ult-d l I was wholly\ cured by Dr. nuvor-fallloit well with
kltoh-
encourage rain. However there are warmer places manure applied to hU grove which Is suffering from kidney complaint who pump near
oourage it.. One of our young friends, writing: from beginning to put on a healthy appearance.N. could avoid fatal result bv using Kolcy'. KlnlNew:, IMscovpry for Consumption. en door, and a. never-falling spring of

Naabvllle, Teon., says the weather there D. Hanson has bought a fine mo'wInJ Kidney CUI'e.fol/: henson oiiryd. our experience from hUll"e. Home lot and poultry yard
> FUF Is so hot they are feeding their
DICK RELIEF FOB ASTHMA ,
Hanson 1
( machine.: Mr. has no horse show It Is the bout ,
goes re croup irietll- tensed with
house
nutllou. On
poultry
cracked ice to keep them from laying
fCRER3.; Foley's Honey and Tar afford ; or mule yet, but when A man buy. a full cine In the world A trial; will cotrvlnoe for poultry and Belgian hares !2xJ'J: feet
mediate relief to asthma sufferers ile hard-bailed eggt. size machine, which requires two horses you It unrivaled for throat and lung and n sriMllvr fanny poultry boost ,

worst stages, and If taken In time will to haul the same, It must mean that he dUrasR. (Guarantee. bottles oOo and $!. 7( orange trees just coming Into bearing .
feet a cure. Sold by Wilson A Son. Foley' Kidney Cure will cure all diseases Intends. to have the quadrupeds very soon. Trial" bottles free at Wilson Son's. 3 grapefruit trees, j peach trees, >

arising from disordered kidneys or of the White Guava are ripening, and nearly everyone vine -all beau
The wife City correspondent .cuPI.ernon"rRp' ltug;-
B. It. Wilson A Son.
bladder. Sold
by I* canning them. .
of several kumquat and bushes
Fort Pierce. was) the recipient a quantity of guava
fine lemons from Mrs Henry Larson, the >fesnr. Capron Osteen and Tucker WASHINGTON D. C. shade tree and tropical true and shrubs
FOR CUTS,BURNS AND OPEN SORES other day, for which we wish to return were visitors to Cocoa On Tuasday.! near the house. .
baa. Bell arrived In town on Sunday, USA Uancock's Liquid Sulphur-, at B. R. many thank /Some: day we will\) have A good county road along near river
Wilson d: Sods drug store. but Miss (:'annatta, of Georgians visited ONLY bunk from Tltusvlll. the seat
I a few days' visit to his parents. fruit on our trees, they are as yet too SIO.OG. county ,
young to bear. Mrs. Walker several dayil"'t week. eleven miles north, toRock! dge,a beau
PA floe rain fell here Sunday which From" Jacksonville, corresponding
tiful winter resort nine rnllo south, with
Goslingsville. 31 Frensen's barn Is Pineapple. that are being shipped rare. from other points. Klritclans "
Is greatly enjoyed by the farmers. r. nearly completedand GOCOII. a nice little business town, and
from here are netting, at present (:..1,00per
I* quite an Improvement. Mr. round-trip ticket on sale
City Point between: Railroad station .
Rn. Sawyer wife and family, of TIbIa Fransen Intend. to remove bis old pack crate. Oct. :7 1, 4, b and H, limit by extension mile west. I'ontoflloe and school

,, called on Mr. and Mrs. F.R. Horton Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Young of Cutler, log house and build a pretty dwelling, Quite' a number have tomato and cab- fiOa additional, to Nov. 3rd. Five acre of very fine fruit land near.near

[Born, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. were visiting their relatives J, F.Ore j(. which when completed, will h. much bage plants that can be set In about Account G.A.It Xo extra chargefor station (from which a little was given for

tnv liayes on Tuesday morning, a line family; last week.T. handler and with a barn large enough tbiee week.. fast time or the luxurious section hou....) containing a beautiful

I.1I1r. J. DeSteuben has been shipping for barn and pocking house combined, The weather Is quite wa/m, and getting service o'THE young peach orchid of 10O trt**, mostly

and Mrs C. S. Bahney were J inn some very floe pines. III* crop Is eat! section will be what should many have.'I other. farmers In this dry attain, while the mosquitoes are NEW INITIAL In bearing, bore a fine crop this year;

on Tuesday shopping at our varAs mated at about nine hundred crates. keeping thing lively, LINE AT fruit. good size and exceedingly: tick
stores. flavor. A little house near station always -
Misses Mabel Gregg, Kate Martin and had diabetes In Its worst form 'There are quite number of orange< JACKSONVILLE.The rent for II or $1,60per month.Expert .
|Miss Grace Patton gave a moonlight Mabel Bradford; and Messrs. Mlddleton, writes Marion Lee of Dunreoth Ind. "I, tree In bloom here, but It seems a little i pronounce this soil particularlyadapted
oquet to a few friends, on las Watkins and Bradford, were visitors In '
party tried eight physicians without relief. late for orange blossom. Southern Railway.MOST to grape culture. I'rlc:., by ad
onday evening.Rev. Jensen recently. Only three bottle. of Foht,'. Kidney Cure dressing. "BOX: IO,"

8.: D. Paine, of West Palm Beach Mrs. T. J.:J.Cressy, accompanied by he made me a well man." Wilson A: Son. J.ouk IMensuiit. 1'Ieate. LUXURIOUS llartleevthle. Fla. I If 1
(Id service In the Baptist church last daughter and granddaughter, arri..edb.re
nday morning and evening to large last week from New Jersey, to Join Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton, TRAINSIN : ,
A Fine Home For Sale.
ogregations. Mr. CJrensy.; They expect to make their Dade County Laud For Sale. 0., can do *o now, though for year be TilE WORLD
couldn't, because he offered untold agony ,
hgmehere.Shatters
An enjoyable.dance was held at the future For sale,cheap, the .northeast quarter from the worst form of Indigestion.All : Every morning at OrfiO o'clork. A model southern home In South end I

|>rt Pierce hotel on last Frtday..nID/oC. of southeast quarter of section 3, towb- physician and medicine failed to Every! evening at 7:33 o'clock, of Brevard county, on the Indian River
Ilecord W
uita a number of oar citizens were all : ship 38, sooth of range 41 east; close: to help him till be tried Electrlo Bitters, from Jacksonville; lei than 5CJ Intbe center of the pineapple belt. Nice

esentand all agreed that Mr. and Mrs Twice in hospital, F. Gulledge,Verbena O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on which worked such wonders for him that boors Washington via OUUI.ro 9-roorn dwelling and out-building Tea.

fler made a charming host and hostess Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors to St.Lucle River; 4O acres. he declare they are a godsend to lofTer- Railway. acre. In fruiting pineapple; 4O orange

Indian River Camp No. S3, Woodmenthe cure a severe case of piles, causing 24 tumor Also, tbe northeast quarter of northeast ers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles. City Ticket Office, 10$ Wt Bay Sf. lemon, lime and grapefruit tre s-most 1
World, held their regular monthly! *. When all failed, Buckleo's ArnIca quarter of section 18. township 88, Unrivaled' for disease. of the stomach Jacksonville, Fla. all have fruit on them Beautiful yard !
eetlng on Tuesday evening, at the Manic Halve. soon cured him. Subdues Inflammation sooth of range 41 east; on south) fork of liver and kidneys; they build up and give Information can be obtained and flower garden. Will be sold ata[

hall. This lodge !I. not a year oldt conquers ache; kill. pains. St. Ladle River;4O acres. Apply new Ute to the whole system. Try them. from bargain. For full particular address i
and bas nearly forty members, which Beat salve la tbe world. 25 els. at B. R. CHA: II. WALTOW, Only COc. Guaranteed by B. R. Wilson 1'('."

aka very well for the order. Wilson Son's drag store. TltuiTille, Fla. A, HOD, druggists. H. F. CART, F. P. 1. JacksoQTiile, Fla. Care ADVOCATB, Tltnsvllle. .....

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AUGUST 22 1902.
*! '. y 6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE .

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.r \ perfectly well tout toe gin war entitled 1ta "THH EAST. COAST or FLORIDA
t il'i : yby
((1 "-0 lyr to the whole amount lees any ti is PARADISE REGAINED." .. i
) ,N"I 7 commission she might aee fit to allow I l d Jat#

I I'' ,,' him-that is, If .be'refrained from MSc' (pltk+fi
prosecuting him for retaining funds
", i '
: that did not belong to him. lie FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.LOCAL .

I''r. : I' t brooded over the matter lying awakeat I

.' 1 ._ I night and growing thin'and hag
,I Fruit gard. The tact that weighed heaviest TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8. 190
1 '
t Its quality influences upon his mind was that he bad been
,
I called an angel for a dishonest act: SOUTHBOND-READ DOWM. <. .OIlTN80UND-II,.0 UPI
I the selling price.ProCitable FFlY -
i r
One morning when Miss Packard re-
I 39 No. 35Daily No. 78 No.
fruit ceived tier mall oho opened a verysmall r DaUrNo. I MAIN LINE.. Daily. ',..1 321'
growing insured only envelope that contained a very

e f when enough actualPotash large check. It was for more than '{lZ CT h GO Pitd' IS a Lv....................,...inci.iuuv.ijv: .....................Ar 10' p 00'es '
0; t I PIOka. Lv. ....... .......,fin.Ja" k.oiTtll. ......... .L'Y .011 P oj
$S:;.OOO and was every cent that Cort- 0CF 15 p!II iii a ......................81. AURUStii......................... II 00 p\ 40 Ih< .
right IKlII81.8 OO. Accompanying it wasa ..r r Up 130'p .... ...................Haatlnns..,.......,..... ......... II 054
CO P Up ... ;.;..................X..tP&I.tlr.001.. \ ........... Upl MI .
of 13
note stating that U was the profit .. 13 p laUp ...;.,..................... ". .. ..........4.." 4 17" a ITaN
A an Investment of her money. ,.r.( I 45P 1011" ..........................Bennett..o.; : ...:::.::; to'" ;; 16.
be. q 52p P .........................* upont........................... a I 87'' II Ma
:Miss Packard dumfounded
;, ; is in the fertilizer.Neither l was : 12 P 113 .........................Ormoad............... ........... as 6 ":aon 1,
quantify nor wildered. She had considered Mr. Cort- 10 I' ..........................Da'tno.. ...................... ... I! .!? / .
She considered 19pOlp. ................ .. ...pon ........... 10 JI 1\ ua a1Ma
i l good quality possible right an angeL now a .. I00p lOp ......._................NeWSm'rna..r... .......... I47 p 4 .l lBUFTET
him an archangel.: Not having any : : 4ftr toI' I ........ 'Sp ....................... .OakHlll.. .....r..s itpt t t .
without Potash. of business and being too ..... 21 p ...-................ ..Tituntlls......................... 19P. .. e9!
!knowledge ....... loa p ........................ Cocoa ................-.. p .. i,
) Writ.vivo Joie emotional to lee the dishonesty of ; s 4Ol p .........................aockledre.......................... 19 JI" .. vn
flying detail t Cortrlgbt's course In keeping and risk i 1 ZiR ) .JSs ...;... .10 p ............. ...........Eau O.UI.......................... p.-. .,; !
.... .. ..... ..............Mol1louro..... ...................1 II i p. .. :i
1 9 GERMAN KALI WORKS.tl Ing. ber fortune she felt that If she .....;; .l9 P ........ ................lIeba.U.n ......................... U Ma .,
tl ttanMu' St..Nnr Yak. City. kept the she would be robbing w. ....... IOep..................<..*....St.Xuct*> ..........iio5a.. ..;
/l money ....... 8 20p.......... ... ......Forl Pierce..i.. .........,., 1) OOa04Sa......_I
the most conscientious of men. She ....... 01P ........................Whitecity.' ............_.......... .....
proved her own honesty If not her Tri-Wcokly Sailings ....... /41P............... ......... ..Tlbbal............................ 082: a. .....
8 .. .45p.... ......................Eden............................ 028 a ..... .
ability to judge of true morality by ..;.;.; 80 I' ...........................IJ..n..n...............a..r..109t. ..... I
,' Free and sending the check right back to Cort BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ........ 00 p ....-.....................Stuart. .......................1,14. ... I
Masons. ....... ?top ........................Hope ik unti........................ 0.. a.. .
*' Accented right With It she wrote a note that o ....... 17p........................West Jupiter........................ 952. ..... I
Wr she could not think of accepting a for Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) &II ....... I lip ....................West Palm Baaoh.................... 8 68 a ... ,
,
\" ..... 8 tl P ..........................Boy n ton .......................... Bata ,
tune that he bad made by his own .....;. i Up .......................Ft. Laudrrdale.. ...................... TMa ... '
i ; brain especially as he had The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service .......1 Up ........................Lemon City...................... .. aasa. .. ;
power I
Indian No. 90 ....... 1 laop Ar...... ... ...............Miami ... ............ ...._.Lv tI. ......
I .' shown himself the noblest of nature'snoblemen.
New England and Southern Lines. PARLOR CABS ON TRAIN M AND 78.
; j Hirer TituavllleLodge. The Clyde
t
I Her Intentions) were of the beet, but Direct Service Between
ji ; /V \ Florida.: she was heaping coats of fire on poor BRANCH LINES SCnEDTJLES.
t. Hold it..meatinir* the .wicnncl and fourth Frl Cortrlght's bead. As to .his wonderful Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
Bar of men wonth a". tba lace ,Armory Titos No. 87 Na 65 Ne 6S No. 49DUy No.4 7 .46 No. 48Dully No. BODally No, 54 5, 8
1 i 1 I yUle at 7.31), o'clix-k p. m. foresight, be bad taken several "fliers"In (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Drill, Dally Dally Dally BHAJJO1I.No. Daily iui{
1 h ". k. walker Worthlpful MMter. Wall street for pbre amusement
f! r. L.Carrutlusr. Senior Warden. BEH.WEEFGYa: : G81: P 430p 11145a a So a Lv oats r 0 JIO aOi 16a 4
"!t.,' T. II. dntalere.tuntor/ Warden. since the grout boom nnd bad) invariably t Southbound........ ........_.... .. ..... ... .. ........ .... .......from Lewis Wharf Ikmton 00 ig 4tOp1105p 4 a if > a 655 ails ti pi Solp.iNo. g'
l r J.:111.:DUon, Tr'wiurer. IQI t. The girl by her own cOD clell. Northbound.-.fro::( loot of Catherine. Street, JaokaouTllla '
f. X Morgan Renntt.",. : 87 No.45 BAN Ne. // Na
I'I. tlcnis return of what really belonged to MATED BBANOH.
J.A.HngheM,Clu l.tau. alljr Daily Dally JM.i .,

.' J.R.B.E.Brreven Mlmn.Jr., S". Junior" U Oon.l&COn. her uad thrown a vivid light upon bite Clyde St. Johns River Line. ft 10 v..... ............... w t s .................... ..... 8 ell aM ,
j B. G.Vanlanil nicha.nl., Senior 8tw..rd. d honesty. .- -........", s. 1 i ? & SO I Ar ....... ......... ......Sun Mat* ..,...,..... ..... ...... ...Lv a a 1a_ ,
I F.M. Taylor,Junior tUawaril. There"wns but one termination to a (DeHary Line.) .
No.23Batnr'y
l t _P. W.Roberts_ _, I.rA _. case where n man was worshiped for BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD.8topptng No. 21 No. IBDally No. 17Dally No. BDal.y MA.YPOHTBOANOtt ;Ne. e No. 18Dally No. 20Dally No. 22 ''sUallj
____. ____ .. land- A Sun. L Ei 8aa |4
his supposed honesty and a girl was I at J>Palatka: Antor, St. rranolcr.on the t.Jobo'.IU'Y..r.(DeLancI), Blue Spring" and intermediate only, x bun 8r

adored for her emotional ideal! hones. "LOUISE. C. H. BROOK 'T'hO' p a 4 p 53 P I 09 p B 80 a Lv Jaokaonlli. A ce f HO a 840 a 1 0) p 13 p' t r:
CASE OFCONSCIENCE After from STEAMER Capt. leap B B] p i3 p a Oa p 9 88 a BJiofcson'lle LFtb.o < 4 HaZOa 8 82 a 17 E> p 102 p / U;
ty. many protentntloirs 19 APPOINTED) TO BAIL A9 FOLLOWS 30 p t24p) 240pO10a! Bcaoli S00a Dti p 533pIBI1D
SflM Packard as to her unworthiness : Catherine Street Jacksonville, ... .... .. .. ..... .Tnealay.. and ftaturduya. at 5:OO p. m. O85p 7tap iU a is p 10 15 a Allan UoBoti H Stns rbdai1115p 0i3p I tar;
]Lean Foot
to be tbe wire of such a man she contented J[.e....BunforU ... .. .... .... .... ... .. .. ... .. ... ....Mulldayestt.IThursdaysatai.a.ma.Gen'I 3060 } I41p 8 83-p I Civ 1080 Ar Mayport 1,1 S00a T 40( a i0) m 5 i plJUrPll
to Cortrlght, Fly r Rout* Bleeping Car operated on train S and S3.
'' .; t. marry Passenger, and Ticket Off Ice, 2O4 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville
9 1L ; : AUCHIU.VLU STEARNS.

1ll [Original. -- ,,.o. HAQERTV, Eaat'n I....... Agt.. F..M.IaONMUNr3MtJaAest.OemPass.: Agt. 1-,A.N70RD No.1 211 NO. a ORANGE CITYBHANOH Wo. 2 Ni.4
Peter! Cortrlght was 'going home one IK Slate St.. New York I % ZO Wont Hay St.,JacluonTilla.. ]idly BO.AKOHTltu I 1 -. I Dally I Daul7' 1 Dully Iiul
I TO CURE: A COLD: IN ONE DAY niOS.. t>. HA LEY, Local Freight( Agunt O. P.WVh:LL, A Nt. K'la. SniH..
i evening: when, happening) to glance at font Hoican 8t. Jackaouvilla Fla. I| Foot Huican it., .l ck onTllle,YU. o a.. ",Ula..A. 3 09 p 110 1O a.Lv.. ..N. t;1II..n.....Ar iTTF nrID
rl Take: Laxative! Bromo Quinine Tablets. ..... Lr 107 3 49 ,11 21 Lv..Lake ,
JOHN. L. JIO WARD, auparlDtaudeut.. Foot Hogan .luukitonrillo. Via. 'IS. Lv..Mims. p a U..len..L'Y t1') p
tbo foot of a tree box, bo.ween the All druggists refund tile money If it falls THEO. O. KOKK.: General Manager. WM. V CL.VHK tit ..u.. General Agent. sass Ly...... O."n..L.. ,11 :l PII I tOO p ill 89 a Lv.Orange;.. Clt,...L" hop. 411))
11 i If i loz and the curb. partly 1 hUdon U}' a xt cure. E. \Y. Grove's signature Is onsuch CheiebrouKU HullUiiiif. Ill State St.. Opposite. Battery Park New York. 888 080a a A Lv.*....>v8nt.rpri'e..:....,.IT LT 11 OO i M p U 4s a JAt-Orango Clay: Jot.LT 13 p 4U)

,, of be ; bos. 2"Cts.QOUQH'S. C. II. \V A LTON. Agent T tusvlllc. Fla.SE .
tuft grass, HUWU p.icknge./ StoopIng :
:, TheM Time Tables show the times at wal"K traIn. mar'be expected to arrive and dew>
j I ,d ho picked up, tore oft u corner of from the several stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is ...
nor do.tb.Company l41&.1 rasponilbl.for coy dol y or any' oonawiu.no.arising thin
tbe and uncovered souietblug
wrapper QUICK WIT.A from.
green ilud IT.M|>, ootlng! mout. lit :J3<> I> f

h q saw. that no one observed him and, putting Retort That Sllrnaed a. Inlerrmp'tlon Peninsular and Occidental Steamship'' Connections at Miama.

I,' I I the package In bin pocket made la 1k. Aadlene.. AIR LINE RAILWAY. BETWEEN MIAMA. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. )
'. I i tralght for home. There he dlscovfc An effort of one of John B. Cough's r
I
I 1 M 1'N of $ 5.Ut.lO( In bills.) He moiled the converts[ to a political movement in favor Capital City Route. .. Miama" )fon.. Wedi..................11 03 pLy. Harana Tne...Thnr................10111 i
package, tied It up and locked It la Ills pioulbltlou.. and In set'erul states Ar. Key We.t.Tu.... Thure...............11 80 pAr. Kf>y w...,.Tile..T..u..(............... OCi I
{ The Shortest Route. LT. Key West.Tu".. Thurs............... 7 80 pL.. Key West. Tu.e.Thul'll..:......,..... 700,
I bureau drawer. t the polHIclans begun to give consideration Ar. Havann.. Wfits. F-ln. .................. & 00a Ar. !Miama: Wed FrU...................0s,il
There N!!, I' !tjult\! Jn! huuinnlty that to the cry. The distillers and ()- The Best Line. For copy of Local Time Card add res. any Ag nt.

( .I I'' ,, lead peoplu, who hare made/ n step nor dealers are said to 1>1"0 been soFrightened .. Only line with Double Dally Service, Including Sundays ,to ;1. .
J. D. RAIINER Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent. ST.AUQTJSTrWE FIJ
i upward lo derive; to take another. C'ort- that they employed men to '
u i right had in,) thourht! of Inventing! the follow the U-clurcr, sit among the audience :SAVANNAH: COLUMBIA, CAMDBX: SOUTHERN: PINES, RICHMOND,

money mid cn.'oylnfe, the in'erest. lie and uiideator to confound him WASHINGTON. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,

wan nelzpd: with tins !den of usliijt It to with '1 UClltlfltllI. He hud worked a WITH PULMAN'S BEST: CARS. .,. "" """" :a.... _, "' _=_ "" ,_'__

I 1"1.. 'I'' make a fortune. Thin vim bct'oie the Topeka I KII n., audience up to a fine 'J The Florida and Metropolitan Limited a solid voBllbuled train St. AUllu trn8'and .

! great boom In the stock market which pitch of excitement) and In his effective; Jacksonville to New York conHlnUnRof Dining, Compartment. Composite, Fox
l4 began after. the "second' election of manner cried: Observation and Drawing loom Sleeping! Cars. RI. Kmond Washington Baltimore

President McKInley. Cnrtrlfrht made "Tt'UIIIt'I'tlUCII| Tempcruncet t Temperance Only> line operating dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleani Phllado.lphla Boston Atlanta
I h' It up bis Ditnd lo take Urn longest chances It will mean money la your For sleeper reservntlons and further Information write". AvriovilleCincinnati

tl with a view to reaping the largest pocket clothes on your back happiness \. O. MACDONELL, An..t.XJen.'F .'Alet. Jacksonville Florida. Chattanooga Lou'.vUI.
profits. He selected are rnllroiidn. In your home and God In your henrtt" J M. BARR, R. E. L. BUNCH t. Louis Kansas CttxPittsburrf

whose eecurltloH were gclllntf at the 'Up leaped one of the paid Interrupters I. V. P. & O. >if., Oen. Pass. Agt; Detroit ClevelandCnicago.

lowest figure and Invented J5.00O In and shouted to the audience: POBTSMOUTH:: VA. etc.

l each of them buying! on G percent In pocket I Why, fellow ._ .
"Money jour -_ --_ --- ------ ---------------- --- -- -
1 margin which enabled him to bold citizens, follow this man's ideas J

11 i! 1 twenty timeR the market value of tbe and we'll be all In the poorhouse! MONTEAGLE TENNESSEE. f5hg.SOUTHfRN

44 securities. In the uprlng of loot he Think of the fields of tasseled corn ,

I sold out and utter getting In his checks that stretch on every Bidet I Whisky is S .

from his broker found I liKit the $2:''; made from corn. We sell millions of The Resort of the Cumberland Mountains. RAilWAY

000 had become SMOO.OOO. Investing dollars' worth of corn to tbe whisky I

1 the amount In bonds, he received an makers. Stop the manufacture of Situated on the line of tho Nashville, Chattanooga I and St/'Louie, R'y
1 H nuuul interest of G per'ccut.. or $JO,'' whisky and what'll we do?" l

It 000. Then turning to Cough, he went on: Dixie Flyer Route ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS: ,
sal No sooner did Peter CortrlRht nettle "You Mr. Sinarty-what'll we do? ;
down to the enjoyment of this abundant what'll
Tell us. If prohibition comes The ScmtHerzi's Palm Limited
Excursion tickets sold flora all points In Florida. For Illustrated Book.descl'lptlve ,
Income than ho began to feel 1 that we do wltb our corn?"

lie at least had no right to the $23,000: "Raise more bogs, my friend" replied matter, rates, schudule and other Information, THe Washington, RicHmond and .
that he had found. It seemed a pity dough without second's hesitation Florida Limited
that his comfort' and his pleasure -"raise more hoglll"-l'blJl1del- write\ to, or call on ,

I should be Interfered with by what now phia Times. E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent, The New York and Florida Express 1
seemed so small an amount. Ho determined -
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212 Wnst Bay Street, Jacksonville, Pia.C. .
to advertise' for the owner Th. Rest Prescription for Malaria TO THE EAST.

of the orl&lnnl bills and. It successful Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's !. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt.. H. F. SMITH traffloManager. '
In finding! him. return :$23,000' : with ei Tasteless Chill Toofo. It Is simply Iron Atlanta Oa. .e_ Nashville, Tenn.Atlantic THe Chicago and' Florida Special
sad quinine la a tasteless form. No
i# per cent Intercut. He carefully wordeda
------------- THe Florida LimitedTO
personal that would bo understood Cure, No Cure. Price C0ct| -----------

1 i by the owner should !It meet his eye THE MOUTH AND WEST.

/ and awaited a reply Proetor'a. Fln..< Speech.Senator ..
Tj It was such an advertisement ns the Proctor of Vermont once Coast Line R'y.

l owner of the bills had I been looking for Bald the finest speech he' ever made Pullman Sleeping CarLine Jacksonville to Cincinnati via

1'' 1 I for years. It had been Inserted only consisted: of only four words. It was In Asheville through; "The Land of the "

1, t l; twice when SIIns Esther Packard agirlof retort to Senator Hoar's sarodstlc little The Great Through Car Line from Fiorlda.*-Connectl3ns: Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated la
I twenty railed upon Cortrlghtand thrust In a speech directed at the
i" Via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line runs over Its own rails to connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
Informed him that on a certain Green Mountain senator lIe said "No r ro the East
,I' Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington; thence. via Pullman Sleeping' Cars and Hotel Dining' Cars on all. through
day two year before she had l been man In Vermont Is allowed to vote unless trains.
I paid a legacy/ of $:\.OtlO. Going home he has made $;;,000 trading with I ennsylvanta Railway.

with the money, she was followed bya MnsRitcliURetts people." L1 ro' the WflCt The It A N, via Montgomery. .Ask fee Tickets via Soather. Railway. Ccrreipondenoa Solicited.H. .
man who sho feared had seen bar Whereat Proctor said "And we all II COl The M. A O. Railway via Montgomery.(

draw the money from the bank. She rote."-Chicago/ Inter OcennvThe via Steamship. Via Savannah: : and Ocean S S Co., for New York, '
throw the package, Into the grass: at .. ro the East Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants Miner F, CAREY FU. P.... Act, 108 '1". Bar. SU ] ct-vm.. FU.

the bottom of a tree box and panned for Baltimore
; .... ran portaMon Company
e War. S. K. MARDV1CK
V. H. TAYLOE
on. She proved to have been mistaken rOil collector To Key Went and Havana, via Tort Tampa and Peninsular Occidental, Steamships
a "U ow dare tit;nd a to
as to the ivmn'o Intentions and .rvturned house.l" Gmetil Puttvga Agent, A.'t Cml P... Af-t,
tor tier fortune to find It gone. Cort my SU'lW.1\Cfi: : TOURISTS TIGSTi.TSi # CL
I "To tell the truth sir we were somewhat a.hingtos. D. Co Atlanta.
\ right confirmed her story and gave her doubtful about you." will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern Western and Southern. States toIl .1....._ 1".19011.
11 i a check for $2.SOOO. with which she "Then why not htive looked me up?. II SUMMER: RESORTS via the Atlantic Coast Line during the season of 1002, :
ter was BO much pleased and for which rot would then have known that I I l inltett to return until Nov. 31st, with liberal stop-over privileges. -

d.. ; t sho wa so grateful that she Informed never pay uiy bills.-. Life Addresses of parties In the north Rent to the undersigned be liberally sup- :
IU.. Mr. Cortrlght that ho had no business plied!\ : with informationand, handsome advertising matter.

on earth and should l><> numbered -- - For Information as to rates, sleeping car: reservation etc., call on or write to THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE,

t among the angels. .. ........WIIL"ta....,...... FRANK C. llOYLSTOrf, J. A. TAYLOR
i Had It not been for thl* extravagant: I r" Commercial Aeent. Trav. Tass. Agent ji Patented In tho'United States, Great Britain. and Canada
laudation and the Intensity of gratitude Teething I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
and admiration expressed In tile I. EMERSON H. %I. F.MEUSON'( W. J. CRAIG PRICE' ''Jli
T. [ 4.00 and 8.00 EACH. Should le used by 'Boat Builder I ID
jjhTs eye 'Cortrlght might,, have en- I I Then the baby Is most likely | Trafllc-Manager. Asst. Traffic Mffr.VTILAIIN'OTOX Oen'L Puss. Agent' every

toyed the three-quarters of a million I.I nervous, and fretful anddoesn't J X. C. In Use by some of tbe Principal Boat Builders the !ited States

a left to him to his heart's (content hut .| gain !In weight. 0 !._ _- -. -- --_ .._-- ___._. ---r-------------------- 11'or! Sale by *
Intruding g
the disagreeable thought kept ,
( upon him that he had been acting' I I Scott's Emulsion t > Jas. Pritchard & Son
only a's the girl's agent she havingftnpplled I I rjr TT v&eiFUC 'ITUSVILLE' S > F1'' .R IVj.

t r the capital and taken the risk I III Is the best food and medicine Jf VV ORNIS! SEK THE TKSTIMOyiAM FROM PROMINENT BOAT B T1LDE "-

I Which bad produced the whole proflt. =! for teething babies. They R j ,,. ..
1t''
To bo called uu angel for )keepingthese 0 I=! gain from the start. +
$ in'oflt-i to himself W'us more than Cort- I Send, for a free a..mpl,*. f For 20)Years Has Led l all Worm Remedies. t f cicXa THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
.
SCCirrttBOWNh Chemlaia '" : 'P&.
'; right, could bear. Ha tried to think J New :) n Ja..Lt.o::: 2X'1.'V'CiPGoZB
: i for a dlrlalon. but division I 409"4" Penrl!<<. sad street*i.oo;ail druffijl.ta. YOrkJ| Prepar.dby---.0, JlA'UiQ! ;: F. RAL.L.ARO St. Louisse r 'E';
out plnn
a If all kind
I Iiw ..... I prints 6f :3o3imercIJ: Stjtlonery, Wedding Stationery, Cards
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(' ((4' meapt explanation.. IJoaJdes,. he knew :a..,. .....


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 22. 1002. T


TITUSVILLE.IAN" ,!#,
L APPLE 'SC 'LD. HAY'S COSTLY TON OF COAL
ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE.

: : : :RIVER:: :: ::aO't"EL.: :: Tit* More HlKhlr Colored and Mature ...' of "late PaId SS Far It and
Fruit L.....t lo.eeptlblo to It. *:',<,*10 "'0. Gap..... Charve
OY.TnE-IYlJIA.N.RIVER. The scald Is one of the most serious Secretary lIay'.lntest coal bill Is $ISI

TITUSVILLE difficulties with which the handlers of I for'+ohe ton, $10 of which is express ._r
\ apples In cold storage hare to contend. charges. The Hay family Is at the
Professor O. II. Powell hits the following r'r
FLORIDA. Fells; his summer place at Lake. Suna
to say about It in !Rural New Yorker peen N. II., and Mrs. Hay, feeling
All varieties of do not Buffer
: apples chillyTucuutly wanted the steam heat
alike. The Rhode Island Greening! and er started, says the New York Evening ) )
I J. G. BAST, Proprietor. York the most sorlounly
Imperial are Journal., The secretary was In Washington -
affected of the great commercial sorts, : but by persistent use of the telrphone -
the trouble appearing about the Drst I it was ascertained that a man '-
DUCK SHOOTING: of the year and progressing! rapidly. Windsor, Vt, thirty miles away N (,
i 1 t Wlnesnp, Baldwin and Ben Davie are had.:;'some coal lie was promptly In e M' ". 1 1-
and FISHING. often Injured later In the season, nod strutted to send a ton at once "by ex ,. I 1I!
of the less Important varieties Smith pl'e"s.eo! Lr { f'

"' ..-ate Y b"r Rates: $2.50 per day. Cider. Grimes, Wagoner, Huntsman, The agent apologized for not havinga I

Slinkier, Lankford, Arctic, Arkansas safe. big enough to bold a ton of coal !
$10 and $12 per week. (Mammoth Black Twig). .Stayman: but said he thought It would bo all: i
Paragon, Maiden Blush! Nero, Salome. rllhtf It were properly sealed In bags.It .
Sharp and Pride of Texas are often was put on the train In this shape ,

ACISONVIL badly scalded. and at Claremont Junction was transferred tI
The causes!! of apple scald arenot to a passenger car after being I

known. Through the pouiologlcal Investigations weighed to be sure that none had got !
:' of the bureau of plant in away

VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. dustry the question has been systematically The agent at Lake Bunnpee also
studied from many standpoints. weighed the coal. If not his words, and
There has been a tendency among np- tlnally'' delivered It. collecting $10 t
plo growers and handlers In recent charges Two days later another ton
Opposite-postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re years to pick the fruit n little earlier was ordered, and an inquiry as to
each season, believing that the fruit whether It was to be sent by express
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, that has not quite reached Its highest elicited this reply: All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above\ oflloe.
color has better keeping qualities. It Is "Not on your life; by freight"AVntch
i Rates $2,50 per day and up. not Improbable that,this practice partly LETTERHEADS NOTEIIKAD3: ENVELOPES, BILLiIEADSNHIPPING.

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.STMORELAND accounts for the Increase in scold in recent for n Chill TAGS, CARDS, eta., etc., piloted cheaply and expeditiously i 1

years and especially during the However slight: at this time of year and _ __ H j
-- lust season. In this climate, It la the forerunner of ma- .
There seems to be n direct relationship Inrrta." A disposition to and an all I
yawn
Ofllotal Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association, j
HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE between the degree of maturity of tired out feeling even comet before the --- --
FLA.. the fruit and Its susceptibility to scald. chill. ilerbineby Its prompt stimula .
The most mature, most highly colored tive action on the liver, drives the malarial Tho Chicago Net and Twine Co. 'I
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- apples of the same variety appear to goiins/ out of the system piulllcs the
blood tones up the system and restates Manufacturers of-
led this season. Fine cooking/ and /good table. Hot and Cold Water scald lenst, or. to apply the principle to health. (.Oc) at B. R. Wilson A Son's.
an individual apple the scald la worston '1 I

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot., All its less colored side. It was observed CURES FOR TOOTHACHE. F-< ,)'
about Feb. 1 that Rhode Island J
street oars the 'door. Rates $2.00 to day.
$2.00
pass per '
Greening from the same orchard In KeinrdlpK That 1I, got Appeal 'to th. 0 i

'. Mrs. A. J.,WALKER, Proprietor. New York and krpt In the same room : Ordinary :Man Today. 4 E
developed four times as much scald In The wan In dental anguish sometimes ,.
hard grassy green fruit as in more curses with Hums "the venomcd S "E f
W VICTORIA HOTEL Corner Main and Adams Stg.JACKSONVILLE mature fruit picked two weeks later; stung that shoots his tortured gums ,

FLA. that light red, well grown York Imperial alang." Sometimes, on the other baud, =114' bh

(Jan. 20) from Virginia developed he prays' St. Augustine In his "Con- FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description.Dealers j
I Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and $2.50: per about nine times as much as Inter ft'SBloim" ri'lntos how ho once suffered a
I redder fruit that light red; well : In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope Etc' rn
picked : ,
t from "dolor detitlum" (toothache, apparently
day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1.00 each
person. ,
Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
Wlnesup (March 15) from Illinois )
grown In an aggravated, form, for
It. BIXLER Proprietor. developed more than thirty timesas he 70-81-BJK. Indiana St. Chicago, IlL J
he could not openk.: Thereupon
..Mention The ADVocATk: In your letter... /,
colored fruit that
much us darker ; wrote on wax a prayer to lied! for the ,
S' ADnJ EZE. light Ben Davis (March 13* from Illinois other brethren to repeat, and us soon We are Members of the Illinois FUheimtn'a. A..i,ocli" tliin.
developed four times ns much as ns all Mere on their knees the pain -- ---- -- J

the darker colored fruit. went "Hut what a pain!'' he says. -, .- --- I:
'Clarendon Inn and the Breakers It has been shown further thnt the
l ; SEABREEZE. "Never since my tender ago bad I experienced -
lower the temperature In the storage the like." Southey in his IF YOU WANT A... d
room the less the scald. For example, "Life, of John Wesley" tells of that .
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT; OF Col. C.C., POST. there bus been from five to twenty eminent preacher that when his own:, ------ t

These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer re- times as much scald In dllTerent varle* tooth ached he prayed and the pain

i sort In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during the ties In a temperature of 30 degrees as left him. Building Lot .

t summer season of 1002._ Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, In 31 to 32 degrees. Unfortunately ordinary men do not ... I
seem to have such elHcnclotts faith.
| will play dally, afternoon and evening. ...
nornr. For the Soo Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table and every attention to their The following twelve rows are sold must bear It philosophically, and on (or a lot with ft BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, I

| comfort. Rates f2 to $2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special to be the special favorites. of Professor Shakespeare's authority toothache LAND FOR AN ORANOK GROVE, .. J
(rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST, Seabreeze Fla. Munson of Texas. The kinds be has finds out Just the weak placo lu the .
found to be the most suitable and desirable pblloHophei armor of patience. In PINEAPPLK: PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN ,
in every way for outdoor plantIng LluK' middle the devout who were
ages
We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking. '
urefMaman Cochet rose pink with
racked with pulu had a special patronto
a SeaSide Inn SEABREEZE, bl'auUfullong pointed buds, : White Ma- whom they could call for deliverance. Settlers are flocking In' but still there Is room. If you are

(DAYTONA) ".". man Cachet, like, the first named except _! KL Apolloulu.! a martyr! under
in color and considered"by him the emperor !Philip, ,among other looking: this way drop a tine to ,

Opposite Keating' New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern the best white: Ktollo de Lyon, a rich cruel' indignities bud her tcet.1 pulled 1
hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach In Florida Is now open for yellow President Curiiot, white, tinged out. In consequence she became tobth.oCbo' JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rll Vice-I're.ident.

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining with blush which he Jrtyles "11 superb tutelary saint, as her emblems FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY
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KnTseifn ;A"uxu. Tu Victoria
Room overlooking ocean Fine cuisine and service. Terms $7 to $10 per rose; one of which Is "hol lllll a tooth In
white; Marie Gulllot. creamy white; pluchen"-MutUclently testify.
week. JAS. II. JOHNSON &; SONS. ST. AUOUSTINR FLA.
'ronCeHI'Il Kruger. coppery yellow, And there would sreiu to have been
er House: GRAND ATLANTIC Daytona, Florida. shaded pink;' Duchess of Albany an yet another murtyr. St. Itlalxe, who .-. --- -- -" --- --
Improved sport from La Franco and of took cognizance of the'dlseaMe. Ho was
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a deeper pink; Meteor rich dark crimson honored in\ the little town of Ht lila I
WEST l-AL\lllEACII.; : Madame Lombard, bronzy pink; zey in Cornwall, where candies offered The ,Pioneer Cooperage.
the blush pink poly- '
Clothilde Soupert. upon bU ultur were supposed to
anthus. a very profuse bloomer, and be an infallible cure for toothache. LAflRANOR: :, FLORIDA.I .
WEST last, but by no means least, that always Chambers' Journal. Manufacture all kinds .and sizes of TANKS: ,cheaply: andn..ily,

ie Leamington :YALJIDABEACIL; reliable, prolific and beautiful ,. ,\When In need of tank, write, me for estimate, an I can (fill your order to perfection.
old time pink favorite Ileruiosa. Cured 1'arnlyxl TOW JOHN8ON, LaGrange, Via
W. H. hilly P. O. Trim/ Texas, writes:
W. C ERNST, Manager. A frotnlmlnit Pvnch. 'My "lIel.a.1 been suffering live years : --- -,. -.. ------rc --- -_ --+_
On Lake Worth, opposite Postoffioe and business bouses. Large verandas One of the newer peaches of real with paralysis In her 'arm when I was
promise Is Chairs Choice, shown In the persuaded to use Uallard's Hnow Llnl H .A. E. :e Lcr: :IMIlIT. :: /3z c o. ,
strictly flrst-olase. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. figure says Rural New Yorker. It Is nent, which cured tier all right I have
large and handsome, deep, rich yellowin I alitQ used It for old sores, frost bites, and / ate W" ""J *&.. JACKSONVILLE. ". FLA.
-- akin It doss the work." :25o.
red and ripens eruptions.
color, with a cheek
IICNUCKSOXVII..L.E, N. C. SOo. and tl I, bottles at Wilson & hon'..
In late September just before Lute .
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Crawford and Deer Kuiork.! noon after .
ympafhr.Ted's
Elberta., The tieidi h* linn and the quality I FULL I uw.
mamma bad a birthday recent.ly
GH PARK PLACE HENDERSON VILLE, y, ('. high. It appears to !be u regular and rexelred as a present from one ,
Chairs Choice Ist0AIlM .
and abundant bearer. dollar !bill. Accompanying
of her friends ten I
Old.Stone Mansion ins park of fifteen acres. I Ii the money was a hole In fXPRfS5 EXPRESS

For Rooms and Terms address :. / ma II i which the writer after explaining: : that PREPAID PpEpAID
I she couldn't think of 1I'thlll" tasteful _
MRS. wade tender reference to bygone ,
some
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days and iliiir old scencn. While ?9 r
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the recipient, will sitting with the bill
In one bund and the letter In the other fn

and permitting tc-ni-x to drip| down up- M {
w York Furnished Rooms. on'LJotb Till went up to her und putting ,
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bin ruts, nruuiul her neck ten I Doz. r $450

I deny ni-i."il.: _.....
will .
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Well furnished rooms at 10 West 21st Street, New York Southerners "Wliut the mutter. nmuiiiniT 1'I t DfUVCRCD .
find this location desirable for shopping and Is In close proximity to all fOil?
very the aioM' .\ t.oo l/ -\..w'k C' places of amusement. Address: A'li'ticcr!
$1229 '
Mrs. D. EEMLINGER, 10 W. 21st street, New York. Stops- the Cough _. $9Q9

and works off the Cold.
CHOICB fKACU. Agents for the 1'alwt" Jtrewliitf Co..rr..r .
Tablets a
core
Laxative Bromo-Qnlnine
now being planted freely In many cold In ono day. No Cure, No Pay. -_. -- --
otel Marlborough ; peach growing districts and Is regarded Price 25ct._' .
by them wbo know !It best as well
!lent' Beady t* Arbllrmt.. T 7iul.rao.9 They temporarily
adapted to follow the Indlipeunable 1)
Broadway, :IMth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. Elberta. It Is a better and handsomer "StopI! Don't fight" boys! Can't we on t a lee S e' by constipation agitating! the
arbitrate this thing? asked one of the
peach and does not conflict with !It in
400 Room 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with'electrlo lights. :Conducted season. Tbe trees are generally rigorous bystanders. bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
and "Ye sir" panted the fellow who was socretcs enough bile to make the lute uaea:
on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal healthy. on top 'Just as soon as live blacked: execute their natural functions. I

... .... bas other eyeT-Chicago Tribune. ural agitation.caused by cathartic, '
supervision the owner. T. 4 Fr. continual and Increasing doses to

E. S. CROWELL, Manager/ Of fruits tested at the experiment station IMijulclari and DeuggM/ attain the Ullnatn +
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of the Massachusetts Agricultural. (
--- ---- college the Aguwuiu. Snyder Taylorand Ford & Sturgeon: a prominent T'Jrug : I
GI Dorado blackberries still retain firm of Rocky Hill Station Ky., writ...: I
Dr. O. B. i : on the i
We requested by Snlgley i
the old kinds with were r6ults.r
their
Broadway and 41st street: place among
otel Vendome to send for II.rblne for the benefit of our ]!vcri cures Chills I
Mernereau and Uathbun as decidedlypromising.
NEW YORK CITY. customer. We ordered three dozen In and fe\' .'-, ard every form of
I December, and we are glad to say. Her-1
The raspberries) that stand at the bine has /given such great latleta.ctlol1l Malarial, Diluus: ::. Remitting and Inter-
FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet bead are the Cutbbert King, Curtland that'we have duplicated this order three (' Fevers, and by f.lng( to the scat of the
and London for a heavy soiL I and today we gave your salesman another I trouble, worlds permanent: cure.
and with
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good room $1J50; large rooms $2; Of the currants the varieties stand us order. We belt to say Dr. G. B. Solnley FlfTY CENTS Ptit nOTTtB.JI. .

bath $2.60 day and apwaxdc. The management under. the personal follow.: Red Crows, Wilder frays i takes pleasure In recommending! Herbine. .
private per 1.
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Cherry and Pomona. &0ct. bottles at B. Wtbnn&t
supervision of the owner. FRANK GRtL"'f. Manager. I Bons. 1C. WILSOK:; SOX.



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ii, i::111[} r d'V -Jr Q I BREVARD EXECUTIVE MEETING.COMMITTEE Robbins & Graham Co.I WATcHEsJA


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.1 JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS; ea w (Incorporated)
The Democratic Executive Committee
41 West Bay Street, met pursuant to a call, at Titusvllle Fla.,, PAID-UP CAPITAL 25,000.00.

r JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. on August 13th, 1002() and proceeded to l This company owns
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organize by electing B. R. Wilson chairman
,r Largest stok In this section of country and b.A. :: FULL LINE OF-
'1./ p4''ii pro tern Morgan secretary XA.: 3iT:: 3D S, ,
Established la 18U8.( pro tern The following oommltteemen
I f' Send for descriptive catalogue. were present: !In the Indian Rivet Country; On the St.

B. B. Wilson member at large; F. A. Luole River; at New .River and on Bay Watches and Clocks,
'i Morgan; and E. L. Brady first district:
; THE ANHEUSER BUSCHaeeBrewing W. II. Sharpe and II.8.Williams!, second Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Is Indorsedand I Biscayne Prices to suit the times.
t..' district; E. B. Arnold, third district; K. Jewelry
Send for Land List.
I prescribed by many leading physio ,
B. Ranlerson. C. F. Olmstead proxy held
i I t : Asso's.I by K. B.Raulerson, fourth district; R.L. tans throughout the State; for all blood Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. .. .
t Brown and E. J. Traynor fifth district. and skin troubles. Hundreds casea of andSilverware ;
-I, K. B. Raulerson. R. Wilson and E. Eczema and other skin diseases have OEO. ]M. ROBBINS F. A. MORGAN, :
I I Famous St.Ix>uls Keg and Bot L. Brady were nominated for chairman. "" "Ident.
f been Actuary.
''', f tied Beer. Motion made by E. J. Traynor that the permanently cured after many
'Sold ballot be made by roll call and not by years standing, by the use of Hancock's Brevard Abstract of Title Co ,
by Menrt F.A. Lesley and '
secret ballot-carried-but a majority of Liquid Sulphur. For sale by. ASy.y75 M1li ?,
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R.L. Motlow Tltu YllleFl f i
I the members having voted the secret WILL FC'RNISIIAbstracts '
"I"f'f' By Mr R.L.Motlow,Cocoa Fla. ballot the same prevailed. A protest was B. R. WILSON & SON, DRUGGISTS. of Title ALWAYS IN STOCK. d
I made against proxies voting on organization TITUSVILLE .- FLORIDA. ,
,, .IL : JOSEPH ZAPF by E. J. Traynor, but proxies being -FOK LANDS IX- SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing //j/i'/ 0
+ Instructed, the same was allowed to vote Brevard
: County.Office of Fine Watches and Jewelry.All .
L by a majority of the Committee A mo
i: Sole Agent. tion was made that as there were three A VISIT TO NAHANT, MASS. under Law Office of work warranted for 12 months.

; candidates for Chairman the one having GEO.: M. ROBBJNS.TrrusvtLLE. r h
1 610 to 620 West Day Street the lowest number of votes should drop One of the most beautiful and Interesting G. L. MANDAVILLE
.- FLA. '
I ill I"" :I. out, the two highest being re-balloted for. places In Massachusetts Nahant, l .
I( I : r a J JACKSONVILLE FLA.Mason's On the first ballot K. B. Kauleraon] received says an ADVOCATE representative who \ THE JEWELER.
I :5 votes; B. R. Wilson 3 votes; and recently visited that section. This town
East Coast Meat Market F.445.
; '\\4 f'i E. L. Brady 2 votes. On the second lies about ten miles northeast from Boson TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Fruit Jars. ballot K B. Raulerson received 6 votes; and extends out Into thoAtlantic. .("Mail Orders( will receive I prompt
l i and B. R. Wilson, 4 votes. F. A. Morgan Ocean-a narrow Deck of land about 2l' G. F. DUREN, Agent Successor to II. T. Whaler.
Careful attention.
PINTS CO cents per dozen. was unanimously elected .as secre miles long, joined to that great and I:!::
--- tary. J. F. Wooten was unanimously 'wealthy manufacturing center Lynn C1: oC2
: a nominated to serve the next two years as which saves It from being called na Ia- -
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,". fPQUARTS,-CScts-- per dozen. Congressional Committemiin. land. Nahant-with its hard and we)1- EZI.. :E3e..6.C: 'Y dz 3Re: :, !

Mutton made by E. J. Traynor that a kept macadamized roods-contains some
+4 I' kSO li O AL. (00) cts. j por dozen. committee of three be appointed as a of the most beautiful and picturesque ,- -DEALERS IN-

I,I ?AT ___ working committee the Chairman and houses to be found In the United Slates: e hltf GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY ANJ]) ALL FOOD PRODUC
; ,'i i'' NOY.3 1s ,n. 'j'. HUNTING Secretary being two of the committee, among which Is. the fine residence of the -. lam.e. ,
iif'i'' the third to be appointed by the chair popular and whole-souled Senator Lodge. We handle PRODUCE of all Id ads. We are agents: for MAPES FERTILIZE
I : 1185 Furniture. man; carried. The chairman then appointed This gentleman's residence stands on =a We deal exclusively In the above line of goods aDd solicit the trade of fill cum
! ft!' St. Augustine, Florida. E. J.. Brady to serve on the com a high, rocky prominence and Is approached _:::.I vA CD ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all (Groceries delivered at your station,
'r! .I mittee. on the west side through walks -c.r2 E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE. FLA.
d I 1 The chairman suggested that Mr. Wolf and drives overhung by beautiful shade Cd ti CDU2 __
ii< bo endorsed for appointment as Attorney trees, while the lawns are well-kept anda p
I ; General place of Mr. Laroar. Mr. E. pleasure to look upon. The east and 'TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. S. W. CARROLL
J. Tralnor moved that such endorsementbe south la bordered by the Atlantic Ocean. ,
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r. left to the State Committee where It The scene here is exceedingly crand-to \ -Dealer In- i
JII belonged which was carried.On stand on the high cliff and watch the

,I ,U'' motion the Committee then ad great ocean waves dash In among the Immense GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE]
4.li1Br'I' journed. F. A. Mo no AS, Seo'y. rooks, ravines and numerous caves ,
with the of thunder la ,Sts I s Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE . ,
ft' roar heavy a sight; j Crockery, Tour Patronage Solicited
: 1I not easily forgotten.To .
; FLORIDA.
'f MR. BROWNE THANKS THE the ..southeast the head of a v
DEMOCRATIC VOTERS. beautiful little bay, protected from cold -- -
winds and surrounded by tennis courts '
INDIAN HIVER
f I 1 and lawns-in that mottt hoplta.ble hostelry ICE FACTORY.
''I JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Aug. 14, 7002. the Tudor llouso. Thin hotel, .
I ,! s's Editor JSd,t Count Advocate/ with \its able bout and hostess, Its f'renish TITUHVILLE\ FLA.Is .
I ; I 'l cooks, white help IInow-wbltellnen. and I[ prepared furnish Ice In any qu"ntlty.aeked or loose. Special atteitu.
j 1 desire to thank the people of Brevard Its well supplied tables! Is the resort ,of paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
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115 1' -rr r -- V your the elite of hasten and the surrounding rx T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
1 1I paper, for the mlljtnlflcen'tllupport which big cities. On the opposite side or the _
, I / DURING THESE HOT DAYS they gave mu In the primary election of bay is a rocky capo called Bass Point. t-
i open up one of my bottles of August lith.:! While I appreciate the. This place Is also a great; pleasure resort.
compliment I regard It as an endorsement Here is located the Ostrich Zoo., undor
OLD WINE OR WHISKEY of the principles which I advocate, the able management' of Burton Cornell Special Attention !
.t and drink to the health and prosperity of rather than of me as an Individual. lathe who In well known to many resident. of If Your House Goes up in Smoke
i y friends and self.' recent primary the Issue between Palm Bench and other places along the
These goods are pure and wholesome. myself and my opponent was plain] and East Coast of II'l0rldlIt; Is a branch of and you loose everything OIVKN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
I' 4 I Unexcelled: for richness strength and clear-cut, and the way tbe people voted the famous Ostrich Farm! in Jackson it Is your own fault.
flavor.l shows that they understood It.
]Hardware Tinware Glassware
t ville.Nahant JJ'IJ.rO: : Xn.sna.ran.oo.: : : Crockery
?l ROOT. L. MOTLOW, The result also shows! that the major. and Bass Point, are very easily ,
TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLA. rule In making nominations should continue reached from Boston by two fine and sufficient to cover the valueof the property
In operation. In the first primary powerful steamboats-the Frederick De and household effects should be car Harness and Stoves.
I had but 8:1: plurality over Mr. Day In a Barry and l.lty of Jacksonville. The ried. Rates. are not high. The companies

I ,, ; L. A. Ilildreth, vote of nearly 24,000.() A change of 41 Frederick DoMarry Is commanded by we represent are solvent, reliable and lib Cff-Qur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
eral. Claims
votes would have given him a plurality Commodore T.V.. Lund of Jacksonville are promptly adjusted.
I Dealer In.Forelgn and Domestic Brands and, If we had not had the majority rule, who Is reckoned one of the most Don't neglect to take out a policy.

V!, ...of... It whereas would, his have overwhelming made him the defeat nominee In the, 'deep.careful navigators that plows the briny TITUSVILLE SCIIUYLER, &. 3RANNING. FLORIDA Jas. Pritchard & Son.PoetofliseBox .

second primary shows that he was not The of Jacksonville is also
i Ram Brandies Whiskeys Gins City \ com Invited.
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the choice of the democratic people. manded by as polite and experienced a : ,
The only way for the people to be sure crew as ever tr.sd a ship's deck among Titusville: : Florida.Pineapples1:: = .
Wines Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. ,
that they:;will get none but people's men them being Purser Seabrook.: This
The best whiskey and liquors served by in the otttces, is to Insist upon the majorIty gentloman Is looked upon as one of the X1111111/ -
rule In making nominations. The Inconvenience
of the he is
polite and courteous attention mainstays ship as most
of second is
primary slight courteous and obliging and tries to
i A first class line of foreign compared to the benefits derived from make all the passengers comfortable
having man elected who U the choice and .
happy.To
i c and domestic cigars.FAMILY of the people. Very respectfully, those seeking sea air, rent or recreation 0 nC

and HOTEL TRADE Solicited JEFFERSON B. BHOWXE. we can fully recommend Nahanc. SfWIN I ut a 0 \\ MINF

Prompt and careful attention given

to mall orders accompanied by cash BREVARD COUNTY'S VOTE. TITUSVILLE BAND CONCERT.The .
4 We solicit consignments of all kinds of Faults, Vegetables and

L. A. HILDRETH, The following is the official count of Titusville brass band-The Indian. Produce. All shipments receive our personal attention. Re

; FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. the vote In Brevard County In the recent River Band-left here yesterday'. atter- turns made day of sale. Stencil\ rubber stamp on application.

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and Henry E. Day, for Railroad Com
I ', ( .\. taro Chanco.'f missionerIPrecincts ; to give two concerts. They gave Keating's1'avillonatGoodall. one concert SOOsrEJ::: :: :: &:, :a-C-GaES.: :

yesterday afternoon and last night
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Browne Day. they furnished the music for the Grand 21 ROANOKE: DOCK, .' NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
'4 1110-100 acres, fifiO feet frontage on f: Granco, . 1\: 0 Ball which was held In the pavilion. We are agents for the above Sewing _- _
Indian and( Banana rivers. nOli( to 700 Titusville . 4:1 M They will return to Tltusvllle tills (Friday Machine and keep a full line of the different -
.t 1,1, : citrus trees, about half coming into City Polut. . I 6 3 ) afternoon, and will give a concert in styles on hand. ESTABLISHKD: : 1870.
" : r' bearing, orange, tangerines, grape- Rockledge! . . 27 HEan the Opera house this evening, during
,t ,"t fruit kumquats, 6 bearing mangoes GalUe.. . 20 13elbourue. which the following program will be JOHN R. WALKER & CO.
i.., f :3 i bearing avocadoes, 14,000 bearing [ ... 0 3ttioodley. :I rendered l Titusvllle, Florida. M. Lane & Son
:,' pines, 300 to 400 bearing guavas.beslde8 . .. 2 III March ........!1alutatlon.! ". ..Bv K.Kelfer. ,
j grapes, bananas,persimmons nurseryof Sebastian. .. 31 2 O.rtur."Nonuandte.by: K.U Miller.Merck..Nation'.l'rlda.ByW. ,
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1 y about 1,000sour orange trees ready I Fort Pierce.. . 2tJ 44Edens. : Scnnton. Hodgson Bros.EAU .
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to bud, a few peach trees,;: acres vegetable . . . HI :3 I Uvertuno..l".cluatlon...,.. ... .. .Wy Hy 8.itarnhuaeeSehotctache. O. Dewttt. 230; WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
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!land 4-lncli nrtfslan well large Fort nru 01. . 1 6 "Way to Win a "'OllK'aUeart.! OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

.4 n 4 dwelling wharf drive,store well building, !soft! ,water packinghouse 3-room alabar.[ . . .. 6 0 Overture"Iwpmwptu.It;March.... ,...!"Bit M",".'.......By K. 'VlOltner.Daihy. Marine Railway.General' Southern Fruit and Produci]
Oeor lana.... .. 7 0 Serenade'SumwerNight. "..Hy E.Hutton..
tool house! warehouse; 2-totf! ice box, lIerrltt. . ... .' 6 :a parch.'Itluae Away1...My H. llolaman. Merchants and Ship Chandlers.
2 acres of poultry yard Fruit this: eanl\veral. . 6 Cake Walk.,.."COO", CIH.Q,Coon,''....By EiiKel.!; -
Facilities..
.Special
year will bring SUOO: to $IX). Rent White CLty... .. 0 The concert will begin at 8 o'clock. Ootn.rc.1ssion: : : erohac..ts.: :
L from vegetable land will kt'l'r.up grove. Banyan . ...0 (I Admission: Adults.'25n!; .; Children Ito. For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing
i" 1\ A. : :Narrows . .. 3 Yachts and Launches. FLORIDA
Eau Gall Ie, Fla, .fotals.\ 1S I ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER ? If PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

Majority\ for Browno. . . . .Ul you are, get one Walton's. Paten) Mention the ADVOCATB when writing.
Are You Coins;:: North Calking Tools; invaluable to boat- Stencils: Cards and our quotations-furnished dn application.
; Chairman W. L. Hiigblett, of the retiring builders and owners" of boats. Calks HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures
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Democratic Executive Committee, boats more rapidly than any other Prickly Heat In one application, at B. -- --
If you are can buy a first-class notice that all claims the 'calking tool In R Wilson <& Son's drug store.
gives against the world. Price t.OO
ti )' round-trip Llcket over the Clyde or [al- aid committee, for services or other expenses and $3.00 each, at ADVOCATE otllce, C=iI'V"IT: : : :" :SRO: T: I3ER S,
lory line., cheap, by writing or calling
In conducting the late primaries, Titusville Fla. Drayliij
I It at tl.e ADVOCATE office, Titusvllle. roust be presented to the Secretary, E. -

t I V. Ilall, of Georgians, on or before Aug. Two Fine Lots For Sale. Drayng( or hauling;of all kinds promptly Produce Commission Merchants.
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed 25th; or the same will be barred. --- attended to. Meet all trains. Stove

Two fine H-are: lots lying on Indian wood .applied.
Pressed and Repnl red. Ladles' dresses TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. River :3 miles south of Fort Pierou on a ALFRED HADLEY, Titusvllle.I Florida Pines Our
j e t r a specialty. Address, good shell road. Koch lot has 300 feet Specialty
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SAil PERKINS, The usual September examination of river frontage. High( bluff,covered with Magnolia Avonne and Oth Street! teachers for Brevard county will be heldin palms and hardwood timber. Good for -

P. O. Box 253.:: Sanford Fla. the publlo school-house building, atTltuevllle. oranges, grapefruit tangerines and pine 1710 acres first-class pineapple land, 335
Washington
4 beginning on Tuesday, the apples. :No bettor location on the riverat desirable front, on St. Lucie river, at a Street,
i 2nd of September 1003.It. any price. 1000.00 for each lot. bargain For reasonable terms write,
B3T" Reading notice ads. on this page E. M Dt., C. T. MCCARTY, W. W. LCCK:, NEW YORK.

,are live cent per line per week. County Supt. Ankona, Fla. Ttbbals, Fla. References: Our 33 years record. Chatham yatioiial Bank, New Tsrk.


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