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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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35. NO. 1. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY AUGUST ao, iooa.!: PRICE Co. h

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LOCAL NEWS, Have your stove overhauled at Giles. Giles repairs any and everything -Have your wheels repaired at Giles. VISIT TO POMFRET CENTER AMONG THE HOTELS. j

SAM PERKINS, Sanford, la Dyeing. -If you want a launch cheap read -Prof. Jas. GreHham, of Brooklyn, N. \ *
lid of General Interest., the ad. this Y. until lu One of the most beautiful 1 delight i
Topics Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8.EST" on page. ,spout from Friday Saturday < Whore to stop In Tltusville? See Titusvllle
PERSPIRING HUMANITY RELEIV town. ful mountain summer resorts In the hotel ad on our 7th page. "
We cannot to publish north Is Pomfret Center Conn., an
guarantee says
THE ADVOCATE, Items that do not reach this office before ed at our fountain Wilson & Son. -Mr. Ed. Morgan of Melbourne ball ADVOCATRcorrespondent This beau Whore to stop along the East Coast

$1.50 per annum In advance.. noon on Thursdays.Messrs. Hotel arrivals are only Inserted AI been enjoying a visit this "'eek. with. ful place Is situated on high and rolling See list of hotels on page 7.
$1.00 six months, ad at the of Bets line his brother, Mr.I Fred" A Morgan land hundreds of feet above KOI j
Mathews and an late per per many The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
Lesley
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. others paid a visit, Deppe to Jacksonville, las Insertion. -Dr. E. E. Ilolllns expects to leave level, and Is encompassed by an nniphl tho best hotels 1 in New York city. 1
hero for Green Cove theatre of grand and Imposing high,: hills
subscribe for the ADVOATB to-morrow Springsto ,
When you Saturday, returning on Monday.Mrs. Judge A. D. 1'onney has been on a 'Visitors to Havana Cuba will find \
lanes walks being
the It does not cost spend a week or so with relatives. It. well kept roads, and -
by you
year visit Miami and Jacksonville this
to of Immense the AnvooATR on file every week at the I'
W. A. Halle and Miss Finley shaded by different varieties
firee Included. ,
cents per week postage week law Mis. E N. of Palm Beach
of Gainesville ale among the popular attending to matters.Mr. Dlmlok shade trees 1'omfrot Is the homeof American Club.

jptfote date of expiration printed upon guests of the Clarendon Inn, :Seabreeze.Mrs. : S. G. Black of Richmond, Va, was among Wednu day's northbound refined and wealthy people. Tin The Continental hotel Atlantic Bench,
aur or every week. Thisa passengers, on her way to Roanoke, Va. I'
paper wrapper has been, of the Indian River Grosvenor Inn which seems to be located
truest cloned' Its doors yesterday morning, aftera
a receipt for your money. No needr M. A. Sorlmgeour and :Mrs. S. on a visit.
hotel Tltusville for week In the In a first-class hotel In
a. or so. center fairly successful sumuiersoason. This
N. Gladwin left
visit
for
send for subscription. here Sunday a
to receipt ,
r
Express Agent Murphy' has received sense at tho word and Is well patronized of hotels '
every Is one of the Flagler system ,
In St. Augustine. to Guavas fast If
be date it to They expect return are ripening.
gives you.TUII' you
a letter from Mr. G. f J. Howard, stating by the elite from far and near. and Is up-to-date. In every respect. 4
to Titusville Monday next. want some to make jolly etc. an ad. on t.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is onlie that he Is now at Buffalo LithlaSprings, Among the beautiful residences, whichare
ac the following news-stands, at five -Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and Masters this page tolls you where you can get Va but expect to return Tltusvllh more like palaces, Is the summer Mr. J, II. Johnson manager of the

Dnts per copy : Richard and George Robbins; also Mr. them. between the oil and 10th of Sept. residence of (1. L. Bradley, "q. It li. !Seaside' Inn Goodall. says lie has been I

iTltusvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. Poison Paddlson went to Jacksonville -Mrs.\ and Mrs. .las T. Sanders of situated on a knoll surrounded by ,grand: doing an excellent business of late, and
{Jacksonville-Duval hotel. on Saturday last, returning here on Monday Miami who have been In Urban, Ohio -The many friends. of 1>1'. D[. D. L. Foliage sweet-soented ilowers wellkeptlawns 'p"ople are coming and going every day.
'. News stand Union depot afternoon. for a few months passed through here, Dodson are' sorry to learn that his Improvement and fruit tieos. The Interior or'' Itlir catches of llsh are being made oitKutring's I
I Is so slight.\ The entire, light and Is
Tuesday en route home. ; the house contains some of the most pier; bathing dancing
SEND 25 CENTS IN /STAMPS: TO side of his body Is etToctnd, and ho has ancient and costly bilc-a-brac. and oil much In evidence, and on the whole

'trr Reading notice ads. are ten centsr Jas. A. Abrams, Gainesville Fla., for t -Mr. T. F. Williams of Sea breeze, not yet recovered the use of his arm or paintings from the old woild. Tho land l vinltors to ,the son-shore, seem to be enjoying t

r on this page the "RagUu Two-Stop," by W. C. : was a guest of the Indian River hotel at limb I owned l by Mr. Bradley In l'omfrot Is themselves Immensely. i

|,Wheels for Sale or Rent at Giles'. sMrs. Coleman. The latest and beat rag this place from Wednesday until yester -Mrs F. A. Morgan has been quite abou I'Tilt)acres. ,Although Seabreeze Is not quite so t
time March ever published.' 4t diiv when he left for Sanford and other
I L. W. Halle and two children 111 during the past week but we are Near this benuilfid' residence Is the Full of visitors as It was a couple of .
I-Tltusville\ have been visiting relatives -Judge D. L. Gaulden was a guest oi l places. pleased to note she Is now much better. summer home of Mr and Mrs. Goo. F. weeks or so ago, arrivals are still In or- i

St. this week. the Clarendon Inn, Seabieeze, from Sun. -There will be a regular meeting of) Mr. and Mrs. Morgan\ ; expert to goon a Miles, of St. Augustine\ whom an Anvo der at the Clarendon Inn, and new.com-
I Augustine! day until Monday\ having stopped over of Friendship Chapter No. 11, Oiderof visit to the mouiitulus of Georgia sometime CATS representative recently hail the era are dally' adding their autographs: to

I Attorney O. T. Green and family of there to haven whiff of the ocean breezes Eastern !Star, on Tuesday evening nextat I next month.; pleasure of vlsltviift.\ Mrs. Miles\ Is a near the hotel register This popular seaside

ala, are still sojourning at Seabreeze on the way from DeLand to Titusville. 7:30: p. m.sharp. A full attendance of Inenjoying elatlveof Mr. Buvlloy and taken great hotel Is still\ entertaining quite a few
Mrs. F. II. Russell Leesburg
bore they have many friends. Is requested. 'ntorost In the place' having paid summer guests, and more arrivals are expected
-Mrs. W. It. O'Neal, Miss O'Neal, Miss a visit with her young, marrieddaughter
,
;-Capt. Fred. B. Scobie has been a Mabelle O'Neal and ;\I 18. E S. Copeland, Conductor L. 1*, Deesz. who has Mis. John K.: Pentlleton of visits to 1'omfret and for a gieat many next: week. The fishing oil the pier Is, {

'visitor In St. Augustine; the week. He who were guests of the Clarendon Inn, been In charge of the Tltusville-Sanford this plaro. Mr. and ;Mrs I'undlotonhavo roars. This lady little dllTorent gentlemen's to sum-their fairly good nnd the guests some days;
mer home Is n bass
f jtpocts'to return to Tltusville, today.HANCOCK'S Seabieeze or about two weeks have returned train for quite a while has been movedto gone tu housekeeping they have one winter home at St. Augustine Fla. Here muke some lIne hauls. Seabreese The biggest Is said
this at
' SULPHUR cures to their home In Orlando. New Smyrna for which place ho left of the most cozy little homes lo town. caught season {
surrounded the
| LIQUID It Is by beech maple to have been OJlbs.: In weight, and hauled
(all blood and IIkindl easCII. For sale by -Mr. R. E. Brown a former resident on Wednesday LM I'll. Jan. '1'. Ua"etJ who, with her elm, apple and 1 pour trees the latter two ; In by Mr. W. (J. Coleman, of Gainesville.

" pi.R. Wilson & Son Tltusvlllo Fla. of Tltusville now a freight conductor on Married, at the home of the gloom's daughter Mrs. S. J. Norton, went to kinds being heavily laden with fruit; I The surf-bathing Is now In Its prlm, f

",JK-Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Dlggett, of Lake the F. E. C. Railway, stopped over In Tltusville brother Mr. Ed. English,: In Tltusville, rallulah Falls Gn., for her health; two while In Florida It Is. surrounded by tropical land. large crowds Indulge In an ocean.

-Corno, are still enjoying; themselves at from Sunday until !Monday en Tuesday evening, August; 20th IHO:!, Mr. weeks ago has. not been very well recently and, semi-tropical flowers shrubs bulb dally. The Pavilion Is still very (

Seabreeze., They have a suite of rooms ,route to the west coast on a short trip, Jesse W. English> aud Miss Louella llagy, and will start for homo this week and fruit trees popular, and dances are frequent In It.

,( the Breakers. -Mrs. J. A. Collins and family wentto Judge Dr I.. Gaulden officiating. stopping over at Atlanta and Jacksonville VIr. and Mrs K. E. I.ylel as usual try (o

-Major J. N. Bradshaw county clerk St. Augustine on!Saturday: on a short .f-Mrs. Sackett and son, :Mr. Glenn en route THE DOCTORS AND EDITORS.An mnke it pleasant 10"' who attend t

] Orange, county whose residence Is in visit to Airs. Weideman Airs.\ Collinswas Strohrn who have been In the mountainsof -The Indian River Band gave one of the dances. .

lando was very enthusiastic over thejjrfbathlng accompanied by the Misses Leonardi, North Carolina and In Georgia for their enjoyable oi>on-arband! ( concerts Impression prevails among the
the first of the who will remal.n In the Ancient City fora several weeks; were passengers on Tueslay's on the baud-stand last evening. Al- that '
at Seabreeze members of a certain class a news.paper WHAT MORGAN WANTS.
while.' southbound trainen route to their though there WAre a good many people
eke ought to be glad to get anybodY'BIIIlvortilloment I
home West Bunch.i >nt there would have been -
at palm pre p ( more
The dog-tax law Is being enforced K2T"!: When answering advertisementsIn 'on hand had It been moro generally + to 1111 up space even If The success of the merger of the South
f Tltusvllle with energy, by Capo. Chns. theMe columns you would confer a Lust. Friday and Saturday' ,were undoubtedly known a bund concert was to. lake last payment Is dele,rod for a year or forever ern Railroad, the Seaboard Air Line the
..icon, and very few dogs) are now to bejen favor by s tying you saw the advt. In the the huttnstduy5of the summerin evening.MUnTheo.. The word. "space" has for them no Atlantic Coast Line and the Louisvllle.tNashville
on our streets without( a dog license EAST Co ART ADVOCATE. By so doing Tltusvltle. Since then a decided pnitlotilar VlUO.. They look upon I It as depends on the ability of Mr.

jig on his collar. you will \ecelve better attention from change has occurred knd wo are now In- I Ward. who has been via- they do upon the doctor's suggestion Morgan to secure the concussions that he

TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic the advertisers joylog delightful weather especially lung her uncle, Mr. OiUndo, Quarterman give Willie a hot mustard footbath and demands from the men In control of the
LLAT F. M. the evenings and early of Cheater for the live of quinine,
Tltusville; and see -Colonel George A. Worley one of mornings Shoals past grains ) sexboardandAtlunlloCoast.. Mr. Morgan
Gallery ,
,
week In Thurs- It ettoit, for the doctor to
Shis samples of Photographs; Picture Miami's affable and prominent followers -Mr. R. W. Rhodes his secured the or so, stopped Tltusville was no say wants' 7 percent dividends guaranteed to
to her home in Brunswick it and he to be glad to relieveWillie's
day nlghton route ought ,
: ,
the L. .t N. which he
Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. of Blackstone, who had been spending a services of Mr. A. II. O'Neal an exper- stockholders
|Always something new. week or two In New York city passed ienced clothing clerk, of Augusta On., (4a. She sac ncuompntilod by her sulTmIng. controls us. the result, of taking UOO.OQUshnrfH
cousin Mr. Orlando who the when the doctor
through Titusville Friday |bust, en route- who will now bo found behind thn counter ftnartorman jr., They forget years from John W. Gates
f who has been will make Brunswick visit. sufTurod 1 counties. nrlvatluns. to obtain
-Miss Willie May Gould a
home. He said It wan cool enough for alight of the Eagle Clothing Store We understand The Seaboard' Air Line managersoblect
pending the past mouth with her uncled overcoat. when be was in New that Mr. O'Neal a musician.. --Mr- Asa Unanooy.: of- City_.- Point- was 111.-medical' knowledge suggestion, nnd they forgetthat to; this arrangement ant, It Is likely that
10l'It. he Is entitled
B. B.Piles for
aunt, Mr. and Mis. York. and will brass band. Charlotte every Hr, will consent to a
>IMra. join our married 1 to Miss Martin at the Morgan accept
Augustine returned to her home in Tlnsvtlle to comrlensatlon to make good at a late
on,Sunday. II. A. Veitch and Messrs. Jas. -Mrs. H. F. Hackett Philadelphia, residence of the jtrn.. m's mother, at three date the time and energy given In his guaranty[ of 0 per cent The Seaboard ;
o'clock the 2tth say they are In a strong position
p. m", on Wednesday : ) people
A. Abrams and W. C. Coleman, of Gainesville Is sojourning with her daughter: Mrs youth,
who a few instant the knot been anti afford to the point with
rMr. Ely (Spencer spent nuptial having can argue
will remain at the Clarendon Inn, Geo. F. Miles as usual during; the summer Just so, many an advertiser forgets the<<
Titusville the end of last month tied Mr. W. H. Crosson. It )(r, Morgan.
by
Says in was a
Seubieeze until the first of the month. at Pomfret
Center, Coon., and II tOM of paper for which he must send
111 at his home in Jack- the relatives of the N line had several, conferences
us been quite quiet wedding, only r. Morgan
This trio of musicians are quite popular, looking halo and hearty, which no doubt payment ID thirty days while he waits
unvllle; but we are pleased to note he contracting parties being present. with! August Belmont, who represents
and they will be missed after their de- her many friend at Ht. Augustine and. ilnuty daysor moro
health and stockholders Louisville
his former In &
i recovering par tuie. Mr. Coleman expects to come other place la Florida, will b* pleasedto -Flub Commissioner: Detwller, who 1'I.e printers, the landlord the post- Nashville foreign and 1 with Fermllye Co. the
|trength. to Tltusville next week. know had been down to )Fort Lauderdale with office, the advertising; man, the news Heaboard. ,
Inanclal of the Wall f
FOUND by Mr.\ C. R. Stewart on the GET ONE OF WALTON'S UAPIDCalklnR' -The Indian lilver Band one of his nephew passed through bare yesterday gatherer, the ofllce boy, all demand 1 their street expects Agents an official announcement
gave
ptreetsof Tltusville, one gold stickpin, If \ their en route to his home In New Smyr! weekly share of the lnoo.rn, and I the
Tools Calk
you' want to delightful; concerts in the Opera regarding the merger within a few days
pith pearl settings, marked on back with Boat with lightning rapidity. It, house, Titusville last Friday evening na.. Like many others who have exam. struggle I III not to find something; to put .
your ; ,
f A. T., 2'Hh! April 151): ," etc. The lame saves time and money and pays for Itself which was much enjoyed by those ned 1 and tested Walton's Patent Hclf- In the paper but what to keep out. The

an be secured at the ADVOCATE office In a few weeks. In use by promInent ent. It Is reported that their concerts pres- locking Pulley Blocks he U ansloiis to space In the paper represents all these TO BE MARRIED.

y paying for this ad. boat-builders the U. S. Read at Seabreeze, last Thursday were quite buy some of them, but they are not yet expenses enumerated. and when" lie ad -
order and then waits
and wifeft testimonials from boat-builders. successful. for sale. vertlser pl,08l1an from New
-Archdeacon B. F. Brown Price A letter to tile ADVOCATE a
and months before his
here on Wednesday for Asheville N *4,(K) and 8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE Attorney Gao M. Robbins, of this. months sending York reader sayst ")IIMII Kstolle DeL
-Mr. E. 1'. I'orcherwho had been check he Is doing that which
Indirectly
balance of the summer. olllce Titusvllie Fla. who la Wlllougbby 'daughter of Lieut. and l Mrs.HiiKh .
to spend the his Cocoa place, went to 1'lttnburg, neftr.
spending a day or so at home h8 would never dream of doing dltoetly.He .
While In the above city, the Archdeacon Iy two weeks ago to attend to some bus- L. Willoughby, of Philadelphia,
-Mrs. John T. Stanley of New York, same up, on Tuesday evening, on his would not ro to man he bad never
vill the pulpit in one of the most Incas for private pineapple. growers at who are well known ro many residents
occupy who has been spending> a few months launch, and next morning left for 000.1all met and say "Will you lend me twent .
prominent churches with her husband on their fine pineapple to join his wife and family. Mr. Eden and Jensen, returned here, yesterday five dollars" But lie does It to the pub- (>f the East Coast, Including\ the editor :
of tits ADYoOATS will be married Mr. ,
-We call attention( to the advertise- plantation at Jensen passed through Tl i'orcher will use the launch for making accompanied by his son, Rufus !Usher every year. .
he (I. of the city 01
had same
The business wont Clayton Dixon
lent of Rollins College, Winter Park on tusville Wednesday: en route to Hot fishing trips to New Smyrna Inlet. whatever to do with the upon Indian nothing River Think It over, gentlemen, and If you September 171,h, The marriage: will take
4th This Is of Florida's Sponge,- Va" where she will be joined are one of the erring ones. start reform -
Bur page. one -We call attention to the large display and lake Worth Pineapple Growers' Association i your piece at Trinity church Newport R. I."
>est educational institutions, and you by her eons Mrs. Stanley, who lookedas tills "eek.-1'rultman'" Guide.
a or general agent. party )
before If the agreed with Sfend' j jJ1
ould well their catalogue pineapple region
do to /get and optician\ on our 8th page Wm. M, Drown, president of the hank winters on Lake Worth ")'

selecting/ a college for your son or tier New, will York soon return city but to her we palatial hope to homein see I Mr. Mandavllle has received a full line of of Bay Biscayne arid Attorney S. L, Patterson TO OPEN THE CANAL. >>1. !

aughter. her here next winter. : optical goods, as well as a nice stock of of the firm of Graham ife Patterson -

-Mrs. Brannon and Miss Edith Bran- Jewelery and clocks, and tools for the repair were also. In Httsburg on the same Mr. Oeo. F. Miles who has been with CHURCH NOTICES. .J

Son, of Palatka, have been rejoicing over -Miss Vlttora, of Chicago and Master of clocks, watches and jewelry business, his wife i'omfret, Center Jia visit of Mrs. LIgeour of Miami. Mrs. Jerome Kocheisperger who have been live him a call for anything la his line. I at returnedl ,
Chan. II. Walton editor and time has to ft.' ext
Augustine
-Mr.: some past
and of Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Kochersperger Services at Mimi Sunday/ at 11 a.
3rannon has a cottage at Seabreeze guests
-On Monday last, Austin & Stone's proprietor of the AIIVOCATK expects to to superintend the work of dredging / -
their Seabreeze residence and the Methodist church Tltuaviii.
resides in the at m., at ,
who county ,
daughter
per museum Boston which has been closed. leave here on Sunday, for Jacksonville, \ and opening the canal between the
lime the seven months sailed today at 1-Mt: m. A. M. Dalger
during pastor.
own of Dade, Is spending some past p.
for several weeks, opened Its doors, and where be will board the Clyde steamship ifalanins Klver and Tomoka River. Mr.
rilh her mother and sisters Savannah on the to steamer New York Kansas where City they, from will the many people who attended this popular Comanche soil leave for New Vork, ou illles will probably return to Conoedl-I Rav. Vsnlloute will hold services

,' Messrs. B. M. Hampton and Oeo.Kduilston Jerome's mother ,who has museum found a great man new" Monday morning. Mr. Walton will goo cut In shout three weoks. Jock ledge chapel next Sunday at H a.
two prosperous fruit growersf meet from to, just Before returned eatures. One of their special novelties Boston and the White Mountains, and are said to be ready to commence work 10.; ..180. In the Tltusville Presbyterian

Lakemont, Fla., were In Titusville Seabreeze a trip Mrs.Europe.ILL Kocher- I. the good talent they have procured to while away the ADVOCATE office/ will ben and the canal will probably be open and' church at 7S30: f, m. The Tltusville Sunday -

part of Monday and Tuesday of this leaving farewell, social In amuse the crowds who take advantageof charge> of Mr. A, K. Wilson who will rfllllJy for truffle within the next five or School will meet at :i. :d)0 p. m.Tltu..UI. .

eek. They have made a tour of the sperger honor of gave Miss a Vittom. Cards and party other going Into the Music Hall. The above attend to all business connected there- six months. There Is some very heavy

moue East Coast of Florida, with a in while refreshmentswere gentlemen: have spared no expense during with. Another man has been added to cutting to do before the canal Is oompled. Public School.

lewof Investing pineapple industry games supplied were ad.order libitum. It was a Ia.dlea' .- the time they were closed to make the APVOOATR staff, so that the pink The dredges are In charge/ of Capt. -

and were simply carried away by the and ADVOCATE thlll place of amusement one of the best. taper can be kept up to IU usual, newsytaudtrd. : Geo. G. Gleanon, of.Kau Oath!..
Ine pineapple fields. These gentlemen party, an representatlve In the "Hub City." While la New York Mr. Wai- I Superintendent R. E. Mlms wishes the
who said there
was present, were to Announce to the school
ADVOCATE
Save been in the pineapple business in I nearly thirty ladies In attendance. It wasa TRY PALMO-PEI'SfN. WE MAKE ton will make his headquarter nt Hotel 'Screen Door.: Window .I"rQlllelf.! ititrons! that the Titusville publlo school

akemont, and own large orange have groves de- very pleasant party and Mrs. Kocbersperger It and It Is good. U. R. Wilson & Son Marlborough; Broadway' and !.) jbere but to expand
wishing received the hearty thanks of all 'rof. J. I>. Teeter principal Miss Aleph
;
tied on the East Coast as the best placer We have just Installed more than one
hose who were present for her courtesy Fird-Clallll LlKhtwooit Posts MIni. first assistant and Miss Jones
pineapple raising. While In town, Oar to her guests. for the manufacture of these primary teacher.
Hembler
machinery
the
bey were the guest of t Furnished In' anyquantlty. Address:

Cottage. Lamp oil stoves . .OSc and 100. EAST COAST Irovr Co. 1/:00: <1.. '
made and the
Cows For Sale. They are right prices
>DA WATER, SPARKLING, COLD Light; blue percale .Win .15c.8fMn 12 ep. Ojus Fla. are right. Write us about It. Clyde Steamship Llne.Tickets !.
Hllkolines blue .IMI.PIIl.pong : -
Refreshing, at Wilson & /Son's.: green
A carload of the finest Much Cows . .$|IJA, $;l.ro, JJSO.: Guava for Hale. EAST COAST LUMHEH & SUPPLY Co., and reservations via the ClyiVe ,

ever offered to the people of the East Embroidered Initial Ties .3o.. 2& Kan Oallle, Fla. Steamship Line can be secured of Cbae.

Smpty Sugar and Rice Barrel Coast These cows were rained at the Violet ammonia, toilet, Math.; .2.1o.: I bate a crop of-guavas for sale and II. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Ti-

For sale. Address- Illlslde thoroughly Dairy Farm acclimated., Cocoa, Fla.Parties They C. A. GAKDBKM, Titusville, Fla. anyone needing them will please write For ale. usvllle. '!

A. Moo are for price. S. T. HU 'HCS, -
WALTER Bit, '
wishing to buy will find them for sale at
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. the following places: high Grade Aslie sepia Oslo, Fla. Anl Ideal home on Indian River; about Launch For Sale.

Melbourne, Sept. 4. even acres of land ; good house, paintedand

I'umlture.: :.Sebastian. 9. For /growing frultand vegetables: notbng Wagons for Sale. In good repair fruit trees, shade 25t.( long, 6ft. beam, 0-horse power,
Fort fierce, .. 9. ; equals our clean Dry Ashes. Potash, rees, tropical shrubs\ and flowers.. Anever Slats Gas Kngtn Has good wood can-

: Call and see our new line of Furniture: Jensen, 0. actual;guaranteed, A to 7 per cent. For Z now have on hand a large: stock of 2- falling spring of pure water. Price opy. Engine: and boat In good condlitloti. .

zten.lon Parlor and Kitchen Tables, West Palm Beach, '. 14. lose prices, write to Incb tire and 3-1 neb the one-horse wagon. moderate good reasons for selling. For 1'rlce1.10.00; : If sold before

edroom Suites, Matting, etc., direct )Miami '; 17. G. II. Girrix & Co., that can be delivered at once. further particulars, address, October lit Address,

ora factories.. Respectfully, West Palm Beach, Fla ; K. E. Muss, JnTltusville-. L. W. C., Box 11,

G. E. Coo, Jensen, Fla. \2 JACK: Lrxnr0. 2mo (>r Atlanta Ga. Fla. Car ADVOCATE, Tllusvllle, Fla. t.l. Fort Pierce Fla.


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i ma po*', 'I'\IDtH'I some paint on: DII Owner. Description of Land. Sec. T. R. A. A lII't
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: ...-. face and, divesting blm elf of his frock I NOTICE. L'

rJ 1'1N' OI\ coat, a loose Mick S PIICIJ red beneatbxToftsing dition to Titusville . . 3 22 83 .,.

a silk hat aside, he took arcap will be sold at E. I.. Carllt. .. ... Lot 2.1, Rerdell' addition to.
I:7tv from bin pocket and put it on. Then 'NOTIOE I" hereby given that the following described lands Titusville . . ... . . 3 22 :33
auction on the t day ot September. 11102, at !'ltunl11e. In the 1 I
to
I t OJ\ he started on toot In the direction of Oounty Brevard or 10 much thereat as will be necessary! to pay the amount K. P. Sarnmis . Lot Titusville sa, Rerdell.addition 3 22 33:

the enem,'. works.. due th" Town ot TitullvUle far 1.ow 'faJtea herein set opposite to the same. II
I. umme\ S. F. 'Uray . Loti 44, Kerdell's addition to
The next day while General Grant together with costs of each Bale and advertiSIng .mtusvllle. 3 22: 33I :
1 1 J : was sitting' In bis headquarters at : .1 '
City .
05INSs.I addition to.'I.StunUte
1 u.l Gorey. ... . Lot Gt.lwrdell'8
Point one of his prlnelpnl secret ncfT- 0.OWNER. < . . . . 3 22 33 .
I Oft; e.xPe'tI "'_c.e. Ice men was. announced. r f Lot IiJ: Rerdell' addition to I .
1 IIi .. DESCmMIOY. : j:; W. S. Graham. .. ,
1 I ........_ .r "Glad'to see you back." said the gen 'I ._g .0 1'itusvl11e . . .. .. ... 3 2235 I u
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Cbe) :! g
'
eral. .... .. Lot 6U Rerdel1' addition 'to
c 'V. S. Grabam. .. ,
lit "The bullets that sang by rue assured J "0 P .4. 0r' 1M. S_Q.cI: 'litultvl11tJ! . . . r . 3 22 33: I r

t, 't+m me tbe signal was seen." \V.S.Grabam. . Lot; 67, Kerdell's addition to

"Yes. and your exact position waa olt "mith. . Fart West 5. of Southeast M Titusville > 3 22 33: ] .'

il \PA. noted with a theodolite.'. Described In Deed Book "I)', E..u. Harril. . Plat in Book '"!" Page SOS.

";11 4Ia41 oL Page as:> . . . . 33 21 35 48' G 45 Blol'k all :J.'j. S22 33 I u.
% "Tbe magazine Is ten paces to"the :E. U. Rice. .. .,"". ran $uthwe.t, 3 ot Southeast M.B.Hetzer .. rot4l, lol'k3fJ .>. . ... 3 22 35; } (JE .
: south of where I stood tbe center of South. 22: Government Lot
,1)e8CrlbedDeedBook"HH" ; acres
,-t G. Harris _
41,1"" ,. 1. the fort thirty paces to my rear." :' ;' .-PaeO7.: . . . . 83 21' M 6 2 05R. !, yec. 4, Tp. 22, S. U. 33 E..

..1 ', ") "Very good. Tile engineers can now L.Lockaed.1iaes. addition Titu8vllle. Described Deed Book "Q"

t.k: WMwro..11 tell/ Just where to locate the end of the };Ot'tbe.st corner of Block_1. 33 21 M 1 35 Page 222: A. 3 22 35 ]-
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tunnel. You have achieved a work as E. H.-Rice. ; .... .....:t'ct. Ril'e' addition to .rltulJVlIle. '

h f Important as it was bold." /; .. West % of Block 1. . : : 33 21 33: 175V. R. E. MIMS Jr., Tax Collector.Master's .

".1 could never have, accomnllsh@t_ _, '\ H. Townsend.. Rice's) addition to Titusville, -, -
I ; the n '.70 South >$ of Block 0. . . .' 33 21 33 175Unknown. -
makeup necessary! to play the part :
; ,.. . Rice's addition to Titusville, Sale. SJicriffs) Sale.
: IllS If I bad not been actor.
EXCEiLENU THE an North h' of Block 6. . . S3 21 33 1 75
Three days later the tort visited bytbe ; E. A. Hamburg Rice's addition to Titusville, -

I Jewish gentleman waa blown up' .. Lot Deed Book VIRTUE OF A TIXAL DB- AND BY VIRTUE OF '
SECRETARY OF WAR 7 B, Described AND BY UNDER A> r \t, i r.
with several hundred barrels of pow "BB" Page ;3->, of Block 7. 33 21 35 2 01 IjE UNDER In foreclosure entered In Ciraai Court Issued on the 11th day of Jin., t \:,
Judicial Circuit ot Floridain IWA one of the Circuit Court
: : der. But that is a matter'of history.F. II. Rice. . . v Rice's addition to Titusville, and for for the Brevard Seventh County In a cause therein Judicial Circuit of thin State of Florida of th.i ,SK,i,1,I

(OrlclnaL! A. MITCHEL. Lot C, Described Deed Book .. dependlDK wherein. Kdward Bauifh U eom laln. for the County of HHInboroiifjh In i + \ "Y,'. Page 310, of Block 7. 33 21 33 1 07 ant,and James S. Snowden and Susan. F. Snow cause wherein Stephen M. Bparkman and \\ \,
One morning while Grant besieging will sell at sale In Carter, under the
piibllo
was den are defendants, I partners name of Hi l :rkrniQ
\ YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARKlTAKINd I M.. W. Watson.. ... Rice's-addition to Titusville, f front of the Court House. door Jn Tfliuvilla >'lor. & Carter are plaintiffs\ and Ell o. Mi.rmn) I I.
Petersburg., a man of Jewish Lot A, Described Deed Book Ida,between the legal hour of sale, to the hlin-; defendant. I will sell. at public cute, .am,
;i cast When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill]I "" beat bidder for cash on the the Conrt House. door. In the city of Tl/'
./ was riding on a train between "L, Page 173, of Block 8. 33 21 35 1 05;; eat and m,

i V plchmond and that city. lIe seemed Tonic printed because on every the bottle formula bowing is that plainly It IsImgly I E. n. Rice.... ... Rice's addition to Titusville, FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER!: A, D., 1902. sale County on ot Urevard, between the legal It., 'n 'I j t

_ ( r to be taking pains to conceal his Teatores Iron and Quinine In a tasteless!I Lot"Y "B,Page Described 316 of Deed Blocks Book. 3 21- 35 '165E. the same being the first Monday In said month' MONDAY: SEPTEMBER let, A. I) i "t.
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1 described
behind a newsiwper. Several fo.'m. :No cure, :No pay. BOcts. and a leeal; sale day,the following: reaj
i ..? in the H. Rice. . : Rice's addition to Titusville, estate situated In the County of Krevaril anil for cash to the highest and best bidder .It":01-:
persons car wbUuered that be V..I,** l arpo.. aC Hosln. Lot D. Described Deed Book .' State of Florida or so much thereof as will sat.Isfy lowing described property, to wit i
li was the Confederate secretary of war There are useful to ."Y," page 310\ of Block. 33 21 35 143: | lie said decree at the and northeast cost,to-wlt corner: of the south ,. "'.ylnlt andbeing in the County ot Hn..IM
j ; '. :Judah P. BitijHuiln. many purposes A. Greely. ; . Rice's addition to Titusville, east*quarter Inning of the northwest quarter Section In the State of Florida, described an r n"\01

When the trulii reached Petersburg, which rosin can be applied outside of. Lot A. Described Deed Book'BB"PagelOofBIock '. i Six el), In Township Twenty-two( Sont.hlot An undivided of one.balt the Northwest Interest in the' ..Vnhweiit ,-.
quarter quarter if Sotlon
the' Jewish those of general practice. Aa a nonconductor 8. 83 21 35 163: Ranie Thirty live (35 East; thence .
gentleman took a carriage v north 10.49 chains, theneo west to the went boun. thirty-three ((33)), Township thirty-tl\ "
I and having driven: several ml log out of beat It la used In the pro- D. A. Cooper ..;.. ..! Rice's addition to Titusville, ilarj of said section township and range FoUv; 1'0ull1It Range thirty-seven (IT) East; .mil, t tPoimthwettquarterof the
t" tection of water pipes./ particularly In Lot B, Described Deed Book (4( ) chains more or less; thence south on said, the SoutbweRt quarter ji.|
of
the
city alighted at the entrance to Section twenty-eight 1l: &), Townsniii tlilni.t\i\
chains tbence east
f crossing bridges where the IslaM "BB Page 73i of Block 9. 33 21 33'; 1 05 lioiindard line 11 32M ; Forty of
pipe South
one of the principal forts. A. sentry (40)) chains more or less to the sub-division line ( i0)) Range| thlrty-eeven (117 (:jii,
I la the middle of a long box and the C. O. Birnbaum Rire's addition to Titusville, between the northwest quarter and the northeast Also the Northeast quarter of the nrtlieut,
endeavored to stop him, but lie paid Lot) O, Described Deed Book quarterof said ".,cU..n six(6;. and thouce quarter of Muctluii four (4)), Townahlirliirtt..
whole filled with melted rosin. Rosin seven ((37)), South of Range thirty vell '3;,Eut,
no attention to tile the of beginning. Anil
l 1'' ninn, who.tbrt'aten. "L.'VPagelOl.of Block 9. 33 21 35 105 north 8J<4 link to point
I'I ed to shoot him 1/nlt. I Is also used ID' supporting basement also coimnenclnu at a point 23.4ft: rods north of .Or 110 much thereof as. may be neressar; "
If be did
not doors 1. ,V, Taylor. . f. Rice's addition to Titiisville, southwest corner of southwest quarter of northwest satisfy said execution. Said property !1"'led)
"Call the corpora 1," sold the gentleman In machine shops which may be / Lot E Described Deed Book quarter of Section Six(II), Township: Twentytwo upon 1* that of Ell o.Morgan.J. .

1. turning Impatiently. laid over some dry material as spent "Y," Page 31U\( of Block 8, 33 21 35 145 thence Snout((22> South east,,Range thence. 13 Thirty rod five north<<&,)thence East; P. BROWXliwpj .

"Corporal of the guard No. 41" cried molding sand which Is carefully leveled E. II. RIce. . . Rice's addition to Titusville 80 rods ..eat. thence 13 roils south to the point of ) Sheriff Brevard County Finn: 'iAInster'a
the sentry.: off, and the planking laid upon South aj \VestUofBlockU ..33 21 83: 115 beginning: ; containing In all BIX acres more or ,
temporary supports separating It about 8. M. Strickland. Rice's addition to Titusville less. 8av.. and except 8 acres heretofore Bold to
rT The corporal cunie, and the gentleman Lucia McKenzie to wit flornmenclng at the Sale.
J ordered him In {wo Inches above the sand. ,. I'art Described Deed Book Southrsst corner of tbe south half of the northeast .
I S authoritative Numerous holes about two Inches In "GO," Page 50, of ;Block') 10 33 21 33 1 05 quarter of the northwest quarter of Section
.4 4 tones to conduct him to the officercommarullng' ; E. II. Rice . Rice's addition to Titusville, ", Six (running thence fort lim yards, thence
the fort. When diameter being bored through these went Ito yardii thence south Ito yards. thence DEn AND BY VIRTUE OF A FIVll
: they platjks. melted: rosin i Is forced through West W, except Lot A. Described east. lob )ar.Is to tile point of beginning) sIt\.l U (lei'ree la foreclosure entered In the "cir
reached headquarters they found the Deed Book uyll Page land being situated tfrevard County State ofF.A.MOROAX culcUourtfnriheSeventhJudicla'$ : 'It.mi!

; colonel commanding engaged with n them by means of funnels until the 316... of Block 11. . . . 33 21 35' 173: 'Iorld. of Florida In and for Urevard County In i ">im
whole space Is solidly filled and then Unknown. . Titus' addition to Titusville : J therein depending wherein F. E. Heath anti t.
,. party of otQcers at a game of draw Bt aug29 Special )Master. K Rofwtter. aa txeoutors of John Heath OT
poker. the upper flooring Is laid upon these North f of Block 1. . . '3121 33: 173: complainant, and J 1*. Brown !an aduilnlnnp ,
I I I "A gentleman wished to I planks. In case the'floor Is subjectedto M. E. Norwooll. . Titus' addition to 'Titusville torofJuliaC. Welle. et al., are defendaii '
see you will tell at public sale In front of in'Honae
I.ot1otB101'k 4 . . 312135 165 Muster's Sale. tRe' '
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h. sir." said the corporal, saluting. : shocks sufficient to break the rosin door at Tit us vi lie, Florida hetweei" I I'' ,
A t'' .\ JewUh : It rapidly joins together again In much :n. E. Norwool.1.' . Titus' addition to Tltiisville legal: hour of sale to the highest and best If. :I
The gentleman pushed by -- tier for the '
', 1.tIJ4Rnd 5 Block 4. . 31 2135 233W : cash on
t :it tho corporal and stood glaring at the the lame manner as the regulation of '. I
$ S. Norwood . Lot Described Deed Book
,
Ice. 'WI" AXT BY VIRTUE OF A Final Decree FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D.. !,ft
1fH ..1 .;;I'iJ.' poker party. I'age 23 and "KE," page 34 21 3.S 3 75 UNDER entered the Circuit Court

7J ,; "Colonel." be said. "I came out J. P. Turner . Coleman's addition. Lots 4 and for the Meveiitii.JudIeIai Clroultof FloridaIn the same. being the tll'llt:' Monday In thlI I

., bere expecting to Hud the place bristling The Drag-on 81arr. 5, Block C. . . . .,. 34 21 35"' 173. :: depending and for Krevaril wherein County Frank 1':In. Heath a cause.and therein K.: K. month and real' a aNts legal ta rItuated sale. day the the County/ollowini.crllwl of" n

with bayonets. Instead I find At an Uugligh school a pompous J. P. Turner . Coleman's addition, Lots 7.8 Komlter. .its Executor of John Heath. are complainants yard. and State of Florida, or so much there'ii"

: the commanding odlcer/! youngsters\ whose father It was well and 9. . . . . . 34 21 33: 2 13 and C. H. Prii'e. and Louise C!. Pries will satlsfvaald decree and coats, to-wlt

ii :. cards: 'with, hla subordinates. engaged and most at known bad been a successful omnibus 3. 1'. Turner... .. .,. Coleman's addition, Lots 12 are the,defendant Court.: House. I."111 door sell at at TltiisviH.nubile:: sale, Florida in frontof all All of of fractional Section Twenty-nine (29, '..I
Lot Three In
}i : I of bis men asleep. If the driver was one day fingering ostentatiously and 13 . . . . . 34 21 .:33.: 1 03r. ; between. the legal hours of ale, to the highestand Township. Twenth-slx(3)) (CM Section) South Thirty of Range(JOinl Thin,I
enemy surprises E. Emerson . West of Lot 1 best bidder for cash on the I
except
1 a large seal which be is In the part aevun (J.) Kuntcontaining: Uiglity-nva (8.1)) arm
I you and capture* this fort our :North :30 feet of South 40 feet. v more or less according to the United Statin"",.
I source of supply win be. cut and our habit of wearing representing St. Described Peed Book "AA,' FIRST DAY OF SEPTEMBER.: A. D., 1002, vey and being In lirevurd County Florida

j c cauife lout ture'er.Y lIe\ the president George and the dragon and. having -" .J Page 147, Lot 1 Block A . 3 22 33; 333; the same being: the first Monday In Mid month F. A. MORGAN,.

., and bis cabinet, the congress and drawn the attention of a .school .Cow, II. 'r. Titus,. . .. !Houth 40 feet of Lot 2, Block B. 3 22 33 2 oW estate and. a legal mtnntecl gain day.In the tb"foll..wll1jl.lp.erlho,1 County of Hrevard real and I Bt aug29 Special Matte\ .

I the people of the Confederate .Utates piiulou: to It, remarked carelen ly: E. I;. Turner . Part Lots 1 and 2, Described State of Klorida, or to much thereof aa will Bat

I r are straining every tierb, you defending "Ah one of my ancestorsIs supposedto !>E'et- Book "J," Page 230, Isfy said decree anil costs, to wit: Notice of Application to Sell

tl a point which the la determined have killed the dragon, don't you Block: . . . . . ;3 23 33; 30.1'heo.rltus. /, Heelnnlnt(: at a :point oi) the weft boundary
) : enemy know! 4, ... . T.ot6.BlorkE.i . . . 3 '22: 33: 1 ((13Theo. ; line or Lot two ((2)), Section eleven. (I II I). Township: l..hluors.Vlne"" mid fleer.P .
einlit
to break through. are un- thirty ((31') Mouth Kunfre thirty ((18)) Feat
watcbfiil. Do Good' graclogst"! inquired the other Titus. A . West Lot 7, Block E . . 3 22 85 123 dlntant 117 feet from the Intrroectum nf the
; you know sir, that In Houiewhut anxiously "Did be ruu over \V. A. ltolaiid l. . part Lots 8 and l 10(), Described west tioundary line of aid lot tiv" -, with the UIILIC NOTICE 13: FBYOrVEN HIM)
that Una of woiks out thero ale men Deed Book "J "" Page 3.17.: mirth, houMlnry, line of raid Jot two 12)1; thenceninning F. A> LOHLBV h..llle.1 with the Mnirif!
i, It} London Answers. .
Aiilil linn6'Ofl
'south along!, went IxmmliirT
'i' 1 ready to take advantage of the slightest Block: T . . . . 8 22 33: '. 2 03: KKIfeec thenoe Runt. at right; a.gles' tnuUIwo In tin Comity Mate Commlttslonen of. of llrevard. mill,
,. neglect Smith, Lyon Field part Lots 8 and 10, Described ." ,t boundary lino uf alil:i lot: two (2)) KM I UIOfeet permit' 10 -oil liquors Florida,wines his and application. beer. In Klccll,i n.
Went Dark th. HI... ,
"May I know who you an-, sir?" on f Deed Book "BB" I'age 431, tn the Indian River I thence, Hlver In a n.rth.Vrnt.oily \),. .N>. 2! of said county and Mte, hiuch '
diwption aLong the Indian to a point
brother .
e asked tbe olllccr, scrutinizing the G'raldIy turned crimson Block T. . . . . .. 3 22 33 I: 2 01)J.A..Coemad' II dintan', l.lxtt feet (at right ani{.e* t<" the went hoard plictttoii'of will> be a' ted on by tho* ",1'
Oounty oinmlxrlonpr
tlu-li utreirulAr
h speaker. the other day. I ] .. . North strip of 100 feet,. Lot 1, botiniUry, line of _IdIot two (i.'i frxun the l'I..eof meeting:, which will he hold at on Ill\(, It*
.
tI "You not elr. If President Davis U era Kline-I never knew ..him to Block: U. . !.. .. .. 3 22 S3: 2 73 beic nnlnit j thence Went .ntll'a..I.domcrItH'Il| with I.W( f.the ruemlay" In Septembor' A. I) 11)(12. at thiS
may Smith bmiuutry line a* above et
blush. A. Montgomery. Part Lot 1. Described Deed : : : o'clock In the afternoon. of said tiny; II.I'IM.
to the lorenf huitlnnlnit. containing'20 acresnore
J g 4 i; : were to come hero to Inspect | said Hoard, hereby calls citizen f,UtiJ
I works doubt IUHB tho your Gerald-I didn't say that he blushed. I. .:- Book "T," Page 21, Block U. 3 22 33: 8 73J. on lest, and .lm"letlln .llrevard County Election DI"trlcC"who;: upon may any desire to ill<), *>

guard would be O'raldlne-Whatl.1lt1 he do? A. Coleman . South part; Lot 1, :Block O . 3 22 33 2 43 Florida. how caulM. If any there 'be, at the salii art I
turned- out,-a- salute- fired In his honor Gerald-Left Ynle and entered Har I.. A. Coleman... West J 3-J: of Lot 2, Described F. MORGAN! regular meeting of said Ilimrd why nch ;penull
shall not be granted to tbe
"I i anll everything in order Mr. Davis I vard.-New York Press.. Deed Book "H" Page 304, ". Bt aur30| Special Master. My order of the Hoard of applicant.Jonnty Comiiuswn-' '

11 t !7 knows that as well as you" Lot 2, Block O. . . ... 3 22 :33 7 05 ers ,of Hrevard County, Florida thin, the Mtt

) A "The colonel docs not recognize you, Qnllv Amlratil. William Davis.. . Lot 1, Block K . . . .':' 3 22 33: 2 43: day August, A 1>. inn 4.Jouv .

; Mr. Benjamin." said ono of the otllcerw. "Why did you '.quit Job? Did Wl11lalllavls.] . IQtS.BlockK. . . ... 3223;) 203 Mnster'i Sale. Chairman of R Board WALRKH of roiitm, ''rinlflslonen ..

?h have your P. S. Titus.. . .. South M of West % (except [L..J] llrevard Counti Fit.

r .. ""'ho said I was Mr Benjamin?" you 't a disagreement with the"Oti. church lot) Block L: . . 3 22 33; 3 M : PER AND BY VIHTfE OF A DECRF.Eof
the bOls? R. J" I.o'karll. . North 5 of West K, Block L. 3 22: 33; 2 J3 U forecliwuru. and sale Issue out of and
growled Jew. "Mind:
( your own no: not at all. I told him I bad B. A. Bryant. ... Lot 6; East subdivision Old entered, In the Circuit Court of Krevarcl Application for Tax Deed.

bUHiueus air Colonel, I desire to In. to IiUl more1 money or I would quit. Block 8. ., . ., . 3 22 35 1 33J. County: Florida, In Chancery, wherein Mary E. -
( spect the fort." nil he wild It was mutually satisfactory I.onlsianl'Vf'lt subdivision Old Block 3. 3 22 33 1 33 testament S. Deurauw of., a*.anil executrix eitate of ntaaron the hut will A. and Degrauw id HERKBT OIVENTHAT OEOnnB

"Certainly sir," said the colonel obsequiously. "Indianapolis Newi. Lizzie F. Hire i>: Lot 0, Described Deed Book deceased, la complainant. and Edward NOTICE RLIN. purchaser Tax Ceflhi.
charlea Bruce Tvndall and hit wife M Y. nates. No. 8fH and t 11II7. dated the lot', lUyof
'lye.halt.
"N, Page 2H3.: Block4. . 3 22 33; 3 73:
A I>. .
July 18DI) ha filed In
I will. said certlflcaM! my
( nre defendant a* upeoul master
Passing Into the earthwork, tho Jew I Lizzie F. Rice. . Lot 10, Described Deed Book In Chancery, sell at iul.llo auction furrach to .otHite and has niailo application. for tux "Itfel'W
U examined everything with-the critical "BB," Page 4)0!) Block 4. . 3 22 35 103: the highest: and lw"t hilt de", In front of the Incite Id accordance with law. HnldprtlH,'am,
E. H. ]Rh'e ... :North .beingLot1'IJescribedIeed Court liniiHA d"or..t_ TftuitvillA.. ltrevardfonnlT.Florida :. .. embrace the following doiorllied' propcru. !,it'll-]
ot '- -- ----
trained soldier. .n
eye a Nothing. escaped .. ,on tbe te.lln Hrevard (tori,, v. Plnrliin.. in-wl..: M\>'.
him. "What do you mean by Book "V," Page :310, of SEX, SWM ot "Ei! and NK!:" of sw *.
such slight Lot il. . . . . :3 22 33: 3 05;; FIRST DAT OF SEPTEMBER: A. D. 1003th 2H Tp.Jfl South RHIIUB. a.> Ksst.: The .W" .
N a protection for your ammunition K.': It Rice . East t; in, Lot 2, Described Deed .. lame being the Stat Monday of said month belnea. ..s..sed In the atthe date..of the ImMiiccertlnoites < I
r
? he asked name J. A. Hendrj i
A hotly. 'That gun Book "N,"" Page 2Sd, Lot 5. 3 22 8.. 10 73 ..nil a leiral sales day, during: the legal bnnm of Hendry. Unles. aid rertlnVates sh.illhef>Ved ,

( ; Is of no use! tbel'e.Iove: It over here. )(. Goldsmith. . :North W, Lot Block tt, . :H 22 35 1 45: sale Brevard, all\ the lollowlna--d..cribelllandalylnllin Florida. according to law Ux ,clued will 180n. tlirrcx'
The parapet la too low. You haven't Mrs. K. Lanunette & County to-wit I on the !23rd .Iay nr September. A. D.. l'Hr2., >
South Lot 3, Block 0 . 3 22 35: 1 43: Lot number five of section, In 37 WitneiM tin
township mv onl"I..1rn..t"l'e'/ and neal' '
sufficient depth for your guns F. A. :4uIthEstats; LotSBloekO..2: : 33: 105/ south of range 4O east containing 13: 10 100 acres 21st day of August, A. It., 11I<.:t.
The speaker wan about to ntep' up 1L J. Brown. . lotOanlll0Blo'k 11.::. . 3 2'2: :35: 443: more or less >[ e,11!] A. A. 8TEWART.

it Into an exposed position wbeu the Theo. 'I'ltillt. . 1.0t.1: Block 14 . . .. 3 .2-2:!: :S3 183; Also. 37,lot south number of range live, 40 In section cant, containing 22, In township 33:. Clerk Circuit Court of Brevard O. A Stewart dmii'v, H H*.'I'.

i I colonel l endeavored to stop him. 'Thee TitusAmerican . LotS, Block 11 . . .;1. >'. :J :23!: 35 1 05 62-lUOacres, more or 10... By

Ji IIi1 \. aha I'Vlhooter will pick you off la Cigar Co. Lots, Block 17 . . . . 3 22: :33: 645;) Also all that tract of land lying In DAde -

I IiitIU a second." A. II. Owen . Lot :U, Block 10 . .*. . . :3 22 33; 125: County follows, Florida.All that at lot Wavelimd or sublivlslon< sml described.of ten ( as Application torTax Deed.

\ 1Ii, "Do think sir" cried tho other DM A. Jackson . Lot 8, Block 111 . . .-. 3 22 35 145 acres, designated an lot number cue (I II)I. on(10)a) I -
you II Fiiher(! Trustee> Lot 12, Block 10 . . ., :3 22: 35 :245 map or plat of Arbela on record In the Oihlre. of ls HEREBY GIVEN: Tilt B f
: It c iiciw that we can win our Independence 1[. F. Dwyer LotO, Block 21 . . . 3 22:! 35 ; 105 the Florida clerk, tim of. said the Circuit hellhel Court of Dado County, NOTICE purclmsor of Tax Certificate >' I'

i4Fii: by keeping/ out of the way. of Federal 8. F. Myers( & Co. Lots 7, 8 and 9, lllook 2'.a. . :3 23: :35: 2 85 all lots 3 4 cod of' section napart one(1)I), lractl..nal: filed ilated the :and iluy of July A 1>. '"W' w;

j I .. f4gA bullets? Must I. a citizen show you. ]0'. A. :Smith; Estate lottll0 and 11, Block :22 . 32:! :3.5 143: section\ lI.: In township :3K, south of ranee 41! application. said certificate for tax: deed In ,my to olllou Inline\ and in aeconl 1" "-
IR !! a soldier. your duty?" Physicians: are calling attention to the t*. ]'. 31(j'ers A Co.. Lot1l.Dlock2.H.: :! ::12.S:! :; f 123;) .a.t.I. and'R.being surveyed and platted October, wltb ''a.... "Slid, certificate embrace the '"Ii"! *
IhUI. by I H. Bnrclinel
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rf1g! I. Mounting the parapet., be stood In act that influenza or grip has come to H..l'. LunUrum. All of Block 23: . . . ::1 23:! 33 :3 B5 County and all riparian surveyor rights belonging of Brevanl: to Ing described 'property situated In Kreviti', "

full view of the enemy' picket line, stuy. In the larger: cities there has been C Hi rn blIIl11. . I.QtI., Block 23 . ..J.. . :.1 22: 35; 83: salil -land or so much thereof aa will\ 'tlaly ty.lots Florida to' H. WIlHon, to wit South and lot K Vest"fRouthwc of Ilibll..! l1d

tfl J but a tow hundred 'nr'lIli1lllltnnt. The a marked Increase in diseases affecting Jan. Byrd . . Lots 10 Hand 12, Illork 25; 3 22: 33 ... 105: said decree and costs. In Southwest H uf Southeast K in !80'- ,.
In the organs: of respiration, which Increase B. W. Nichols . Iou" and 3, Block 2(1( . 3 22: 35 125: Special Master O. A. FROST Township 2l.*imthRange33East: : :: The '* 'N, '
otUcers his
Hi I company expected to see U attributed to the of Cluincory. haling .axwined. the date itsilalleteertiljt'att
influenza. at of the
prevalence 1 II.B.( Archibald. .
him I.otUBlock$9( . . . 3 22: 33 05 to the of F. A. Chappell1'nlensaaid ICI.
,IiI pitch forward dawn tho ombuiikmeut. Persons who name .
are recovering from I.. ".hltlock. ', ">..
.. .. Lot 2.:), Robbini & Graham addition certificatsehali be redeemed ici
I 41 Indeed It i In ponitlbU! they way grip or influenza are in a weak condition . . . . 3 22: 33 135 ,;\Ia ter't! Sale. hIll to law, tax deed will Items thereof uSlith '

l' I have wished that he would do so, nd peculiarly liable .to pulmonary dis C. ,,'. Grlggs, . Lots 5, t1 and 7, :Block A, Fish- Witness ray of my September official signature A. I>. 110S.! and sea hH",.'

4 7.TII though the mane bravery astounded ease.Dr. Pierce's er'a addition . . .-. .3 22 33 273: IOU ilav of August, .A.D. 1908.fSKAL. .
4Ifl them. Hut when ho took out his white Golden Medical Discovery E. n. Carlile. . Lot 1, Block C, Fisher's addition j UNDER...AND BY VJRTfE OF A FINAL .) A. A. STEWART.
in foreclosure
cure coughs tAonchitis enwrert in the Cir. F,'
lung "trouble"and
handkerchief and waved It In dcflapcd other diseases of the, . . . . 3 22 33: 113:) Clllt Court for the Seventh. Judicial Circuit Clerk Circuit nyOAStewsrtlepflty'KIDNEY Court of Hrevard Co. .*
'jf4 they were appalled. A dozen bullet is organs of res P. M. Fisher . Lot 5, Block C, Fisher's "addition of Florida in and for Mrevnril, County in a cause ____ _/ -
piration. It the best tonic medicine therein .
. . . . 3 22 S3 113 depending! wherein J.n. Van Peman ls I
sang by his head but none of theui, for those whose strength and vitality complainant and Oeo. W. .Morton, et al., are de- '
j l hit him. and ho coolly descended from have been exhausted by an attack of F. Moore .. .. South J W, Lot 12, Joynerville fendanr I wUl1M1I11t .public sale In front of the
grip. addition. . . . . 3 23: 33 273 Court Honse door, at Tltnsyllle. Florida he- DISEASES
'j;, I I L Ills expoaod position."Colonel. > It purifies tbe blood cleansing it of A. J. Illppard. .. .. North t Lot 14, Joynerville tween the leeal 'boon of sale,to the highest and
best
bidder I
fur
he said at the poisonous accumulations which breed cash, on the
departing and feed dincase. It addition ., . .. . . 3 22 33. 155
itflLP. though more gently than before, "we to the blood-making gives increased gland! ando activity N. ?. Dunklee. .. South >", Lot 10, Joynerville, FIRST I>AY 01' SEPTEMBER, A. D., 1903! fatal of all cli*

are In a den pern to IIltn'ltlan.Yatch I increases the supply of blood addition . . .. . . 3 22 33:: 153 the sani being the first Monday In are the most
day and night. Never sleep." rich with the red corpuscle of pure health. F. Moore. ... . .. North >, Lot 10, and all Lot 17, montb and a legal sale day. the following the: said des eases.

With this he went to hIs carriage Ja.nervlJ1ealdition.; . ... 3 23 33' 233 cribed real estate situated in the County of BreTTa .
"A.word for Tour 'G<1IJ... Medical Discov :y. D, Davis.. .. .. .. Lots 19 20 and West t. ]lot 21 seth Stale of "Iwl't" or so mucn thereof M III
iI and rode away.Wfir ery,' writes '<... B. (. llnuler, of Kerne. ; will satisfy-said decree and costs to-wlt: KIDNEY CURE .
The next morning a facetious story Coahocton Co.. Ohio. "We have been using Uis Joynervilleaddition . . 3 22: 33: 375 Tbe South hat of Lot Three(3)( ) and all of Lot FOLEY'S
a family medicine\ for more than four' yean F. Moore. ... . East }, Lot 21 and all Lots 22antI23oynervihle Si)U (S)except a strip of land 630 feet wide off of I Suarastsad fl-mafl
JWIk! appeared In a Richmond paper describing as a cough and blood he
k remedy purl Aer there. la I south side of said Lot Six (6, rnnnlng from
1 :t. bow member of the cabinet bad nothing better and after having the rnp Dr. addition. 3 23: 33 373 Banana River to the East Ida of
-. a Anna said Lot Six l (II),
fierce Golden. Medical Discovery Is I Just tht Irving. ... .. Lot 25:: subdivision Lot 86, Joy and parallel with the South line of Mid Lot ContalcJ
Six
r ''i ri'r.'given. a lertson of watcbfulnia to a fight medicine for a complete bracing up." nerville addition . . 3 22 33 123 ((8). All belngln: 88ctlon Thtrly.tlv..(3 )of Town. or money refunded.

}h' .... Confederate officer. Accept no substitute for Golden Med Anna Irving. .. Wedge/: shape lot outh of Lot S ship Twenty-three (23)) South of Range Thirty.riorda3T remedies recognized by eg I
Meanwhile the Jewish gentleman. ical Di covny.There is nothing jut subdivision Lot 36 Joyner- ; ? ( > Eatt. In BreTrd'ontT, Bt t. of

t Ri :.wblla driving through a wood north of as good" for disease of the stomach, yule addItion. . . .. .. 3 2 2 33 123 F. A. MORGAN, nent physicians as the Destv

L t ,the city, alighted from bis carriage and Wool, and lungs. B. Kuhl. .. .. .. .. .. Lot 13, Rerdell's addition to Btaojf Kidney and Bladder troobl

t;' lm1aaed the 'driver As soon as be The sluggish liver t* made active by Titusville . . . 3 22 33 163 special Master.
the use of Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets. B. Kuhl. .. .. .. . Lots 19, 20! and 21 Rerdell's ad- PRICE 50e. afld $1.00.B. .
tt .jBOULiJfie 9&a jvlg. a piece of Lw- The .VOCATB does job printing. WILSON & S0>;'.


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Professional Cards.
llA THE GIRLS OF KASHMIR.Why A RESTORATION BEAU. CATCH PHRASES.


IEO.. M. BOBBINS } They Are Not as Beautiful M bally Prnumniui of it Dandy I"I Their t'tllltr: In Advancing the Intrrrmtm In
I' They Once w..... ::iiulnntl During Churl*** Tlm.. of Business Men every town

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR The girl. of Kashmir In former times The history of an ordinary day of a There uru many Instances of where a and village

AT-LAW.I were sold and curried nay to the resloi.ition:\ : l.ciiu sums something Ilk suitable' catch Hue well drilled into be had "

Punjab, In India. They commanded a this: From about 10 till 12 be received people bus 'been of great value lu building may ,
IVlll practice In State and United States large, price, and parents moderate Visitors In his sleeping chamber, whore, business The best catch line Is the

Court. circumstances for centuries past have he ln.\ in slate with his periwig thickly ono that ttts your business )best, and &;

Office.at TITUSvi LLK, FLA. been In the habit of parting with their pmvdeivd, lying beside him on thecoti'ilrt. the discoverer of such a line is apt to

daughters to place themselves lu easier Near at hand, ou his dress bo due more to Inspiration than to eft Mica

|TL.. OAU1DEN circumstances, and the daughters have lug/ I table, the curious visitor mlgh fort. Pick the distinctive feature of

generally been quite willing to escape have noticed some little volumes 01 r your stock or business methods npd endeavor I

a' ATTORNET-AT-LAW from a life of penury and labor to one aw lt.r. verse:, a canister of Lisbon o r li> express It In a breath. HL1

of opulence ami ease Spanish sniiir smelling bottle am It you can coin a p bra noliat expresses Axle
Will practice In all the Courts of the State A laboring man In this part of India perhaps u few fimhloiuible trinkets. :\ your CI'lltl'1l1'UlhltJ..1I' Idea or

t Florida, and the United Stat
O Box, 835. TITU3VILLE FLA. while many receive for their daughters beau III''II1111I1! with Incredible dltli, your store alone you can make goods Grease

Mrs. Fred Unitvth. as high ns iJt.OOO. There are some cases rutty proceeded to put on all bl I use of It. It puts Into condensed form
Tf J. WEBB, where $:;,000 was paid but the usual charms, to perfume his garments, t o an idea that will get hold of people
j'. J..ent Harbor 4'onnlry, Jllrli.fliib, Itonlon price baa been from $100 to $300. goalv his hands In washes for the sake and Influence them If persistently presented that makes t
r.a
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, "After my first baby was born I did not The practice became so common as of l producing whiteness and delicacyto to thaw Ono fact about your a'CuC your

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Hem to regain my strength although the well na no damaging that a severe law tile\"' his", cheeks with cnriultintlveIn business well lodged In the bends of : horses glad. g

Ircult. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand doctor gave me a tonic which he conild- was enacted prohibiting nny one from order to give them that gentleiSliiHli people Is as good as a score that do not I
rents and accounts collected. ered very superior but Instead cf getting removing any woman from the country which nature: hud denied themto penetrate. .
better I grew weaker every day. My husband but It is said that the business arrange a number of patches upon You can make people believe about --.- -- ;
.
LTSVILLE FLOtlDA.ATTORNEYATLAW. Insisted that I take Wine of Cardul
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goes on now as It boa done for hun his face to the f
HU as produce cjTuct o what you like If you go about It prop
for a week 'and what It would do for
me. I did taite the lee medicine and W dreds of years, and to that practice moles and' dimples to dip his pocke erly. If a man comes to you today and BEST FOR THEBOWELS l
A D. PENNEY, grateful to find my strength and hear may be charged the fact that the women haiiilkcrrhlcf lu roMuwater and to pow tells you there will be a panic inside

slowly retiming. In two weeks I was out of Kashmir are not as beautiful dor hit linen so. as to banltth from It of sU months you will pay no attention -

of bed and in a month I was able to take as they once were. the swill of soap, to consume a quarterof to him. If another: conies tomorrow r rt.Z
up my usual duties. I am.very enthusiastic The process of taking nil the beautiful an hour in the attempt to fun ten with the sumo story ho will .get

ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. In Its praise." girls nway, leaving only the ordi- Ills cravat so long again lu the endeavor no attention but you will Idly wonder ::: tinvont.,. a :rvirulnr.:: healthy movement the
III will be.
ill 1 practice In all the courts of the 7th Wineof Cardul reinfol'C's'tbeorganlof nary and ugly ones to continue therace to adjust his wig and to "cock" what Is getting Into folks. The: third imwolri upon ry,and tiny. ha yon'io...U. '''r.or..lit tit* .""I.r Keep you Tin.imt 1
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has lowered the standard of beau |>hfhlnurilll' uolttnn,IN lAitif*>rnuit 1'1 lit* ntiionthnt -
Judicial Circuit.JKEDEBICK generation for the ordeal of pregnancy his lint as long again in the contem limn you will argue the matter with. ,fit' .ii>Nt. pnrrnet way vf "..1'1"11| | til* buwtiUnluAt
and childbirth. J It prevents mu- ty. :Most of tlnwomen and girls perform pint ion of his charms In the looking The fourth will get more of a hearing, *avnil olosh I In lik take .I

carriage. No woman who takes Wine held labor ns much ns the men glass and as long again In the practice and you will begin to see signs of disaster CANDY 1
of Cardui need fear the coming of her and their dress Is of the coarsest and CATHARTIC
A. MORGAN, of Much smiles!I as would display to the yourself By the time tbo tenth
child. If 'Mrs. Unrath hall taken I
plainest materials consisting of n garment best advantage the Ivory whiteness of man has made the statement! you will I,
Wine of before
Corilm her
[ REAL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE, she would not have been weakened baby came as like a nightgown/ made of white his h'I'1 h-tb"HI' were the professes bo ready to tell folks the same storyyourself. I;
cotton. There Is no effort! to have It flt. through which be who desired to fig / I
Loans, Notary Public. phe was. Her rapid recovery should ; J
commend this great remedy to every The condition of women In Kashmir ure nit a Bonn of the lint magnitudewas Probably you yourself could not be
,Collections, Typewriting, Stenography{ expectant: mother. Vine of Cardui 1811 very snd one, but one fl'Qmfhlcb compelled In that age to pass Influenced In such a manner but the

TJTU8VIM.K, FLA., regulates the menstrual flow. there does not seem to be any present The character of the 'beau, so fur ns common run of people are built that '
('811 pc. It Is n constant struggle to huts 0:11\viini and pcmoiial:\ appearance way and will believe what they are

ADE H. JONES live without the least hope of any neo was concerned, was now complete. and'] told often enough That Is why anexpressive EAT EWI LIKE CANDY
WlltE OFCADUIORCHARD rumulntloti' or of ever seeing betterdays. PlfiiMnnt, Pftlntiihlfi' rntont.Ts.t.fand. nl>an.'".
as 111 I 11 mmiliiyi" fiixhloinibU itkiuemi I'll khhl'IIMO does good. Il .
ke: \ / N.v. r Hluki'ii, VV..KI.II.. ,ir urlin' ill, nn. nn.l In i c.nt.
used J their,, ICUH to a nitirh 10'"'' extent comes to wtund! for you and! your metli poe", .lth.10.....&01.1.Writ..... cur Ere. .ampi.1 and buoklot eta o*
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, The men only receive about 5 cents n than they do now our' Iwa lullI') beau 0.111llId of ncccHHlty\ Is remembered 1TKH1.I1U RK1KIIV fltlllUNT. OIH'Alal W .." tOMB.
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Loans and Collections, lay and the "'oml'n:1'1If'I'nll)' about 3 woulil have directed his Valet to ordei when goads) In your lint' are wanted. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
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cents, and that will provide only the
AND GARDEN. a Kciliin chair without deluy. Into As ordinarily used such a phrnse Is
TiTusvir-LE FLOUIDA. .... coarsest food.-Philadelphia Inquirer., till he Ktcppcil and.. wtis liurno to the of little value, liocuime, It Is not properly \ I

It Is safer to prune too little than too FROM FICTION fashionable' limuit-to the mull lu St. hammered Into people Such n line Women as Well as Men
GE0. A. ,won LEY, much. James ;park or perhaps" to the more ...holl"lto/ on letter hcadfl, 111 II 11t'1d 1stallouPI'J' \,

:Moist earth aad a cloudy day for ceremonious parade In Iljde ;pink < A TTORYEY-A T.LA W. transplanting. There Is nothing that Is enough fora where" like a butterfly, he delighted\ to ad. or circular'' should lip, seen

general practice in State and Federal Gooseberries and currants are two woman" but all-"The Mississippi, flutter In the train of Home Jilting about the store and should appear onhiliiK Kidney Trouble.

Courts. All business'entrusted will easily grown fruits, and there Is seldom Bubble. beauty, who gloried In nothing NO: Put it on a HtlrUcr to attach to
: receive prompt attention. an oversupply Overdone heartiness Is nearly as nasty much as "an equipage of fools" anil good. nud packages. Let people see
Njenoral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate ns underdone\ mutton.-"Comments who was perfectly> willing for the It everywhere.! If It means what II'' Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages J
The quality and size of fruit old
on and lessens
Miami. of Countess.." noiifc to furnish him with an excuse says, people are going to respond to it ambition; beauty vigor
bushes Is much Improved by thinning and cheerfulness,
MIAMI .. FLORIPA. No man can bo brave who considers' for toiiHtlng her In u tau-ru ut night.Oeutleuiau's .- America Druggist.; "' ; soon
of tbe fruit 1 when
or severe pruning. 11 disappear the kldnnys -
pain the chief evil of life.-"The hero ::1l1l uzIIiU.
Tho cause of moss appearing on the are out of order
TAMES ANDREWS Ine of the Strait. Not Over-WlMO. '. "
or diseased
stems of apple and other fruit trees ia =
wet cold umlrulnetl land or an excessively We ought never to do wrong when Jiow's'Illis". ? Thore Is an allngorlcal; picture of 1 girl ". Kidney trouble has
ATTORNEY-AT-lAw. 100(1111Double\ Bar scared at a but In the ofhemllessly f" become so
humid people are grass!; -lmpper, act prevalent
cl I unite. We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard
< [ reled Detective i snake This is that It Is not
aln office and postofllcd address TITUS- Story. uncommon
In saving gardei. deed gather when for any case tif Catarrh that cannot be paralleled theman who spends a (' /11 I '1 be born
[ViLLK. Branch Occasion's everything but the rub is urge afflicted ilwith
office cured Hall's Catarrh Cure
at FORT PIERCE. by I i.1
Do allow It shell The of !
to off.
ripe. not Mini! money building a cyclone collar, t weak: kld-
."jroHeoutlng Attorney for Brevard Co. to know an occasion when you sea It.- J.CHKBNKY & Co., Props, Toledo, O. but I \ l If the
tlrst matured la the best! cud the first neglects to provide his family with neyi child urln- l
Notary Public State at Large. matured will shell first "The Lady Paramount"I'd : We tho undersigned, have known F, J. a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, rholern -= 7 stes too often, If the
A good uiulcb around fruit trees be slow In nihlsln' anybody togo I Checnoy for the last 1.>years and believe and Diarrhoea Remedy' us a safeguard/ trine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
(crooked but when ye fool J'V'I'e lu him perfectly honorable In all business against bowel complaint, whose vlotlmsoutauunbar caches an age when It should be able to
'TEPIIEN E. FOSTER helps to Uoep down weeds, keeps the the hands of sharpers it's the only transactions and financially able to carryout those of the cyolosa hundred control the passage It la yet afflicted with
., soil loose njolst and porous at all times way.-"HocUbnven." any obligations made by their firm. to one. This remedy Is everywhere recognized bed-wettlnif, depend upon It. tho cause of
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, with little liihoi of cultivation.' The master love to deal with WKHT *: TKUAX Wholesale DrugglHts as the most prompt and I reliable the difficulty U kidney trouble and the first
The time of seftiug out cif fruit treesIs poets Toledoo, ;jVAM>INO, KIXNANA !MAR mctllclno In use for these discuses. )For step should be towards the treatment of ,
Sims Building, of fur lorn 'liujtoituuve/ thuu to tee the victory of the vumiultihcd. which VI v, Wholesale i'iigRlHtM, Toledo. O. sale by druggists and medicine dealers.A these: important orrsns.. This unpleasant '
'JACKSONVILLE! FLA, that the right varieties are selected tbo'ol'lll'lI thinkers know to be great U.III'K Catarrh: Cure U taken Intel'nally.D'flng trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
cr than the victory of the victorious. '' the blood and Iriu- kIdneys and bladder
dlieO'ly and
the soil prepared and transplanting upon 01', "...1.110' C..I.I.. not to a habit M
Nathan Ilule." cons surfaces of I ho system. 1'I'I00711elll moat peoplo'suppo3e.. "-' "-'" -- *
GEOltGE W. ALLEN well done. A one 1"1/11'11/ ncwttltoy hail been hopping 1
.
Be sure before you give your I loveand per bottle.free Sold by all druggists Tonllmonials about on him crutch selling/ after Women as well'aa men are made miserable

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW A Worm Killer. your trust that you are giving Hall's Family Pills are the bast.Candles. noun "estriiM," and when there. was a and both with need kidney tho and same bladder great remedy.trouble,
tlx'in not only to one who deserves
EY WEST, Fr.6un A. J. A. J. Montgomery, 1'uxlco, Wwrne/ lull. In the luislneHs, owing to n fallingoff The mild and the Immediate effect( of
them, but to one who waDtsWlltel' l
Wilt practice In the United Statesd Co., Mo., wilton: "I have littlu twin gills, them. ." really --.tom: In t limo crowds, lit cut down fur a Swnnip.Root ((4 soon realized. It Is sold
-"Jinny "
State Courts. 0jun05 who have been bothered with worms all > brief rest by druggist, In fifty-
their lives. I tiled everything to relieve "I thought candles went with stnge- "llovv I did you lose your 11f7" 1 cent and ono dollar :::. ,-
them which failed until I used White's when four old asked lie.. You : In' -
My boy years was taken coaches but a good many people must -- may have a f It! 1111 : "
S. BURNIIAM, M. D. Cream Vermifuge; the first two doses with cello and cramps In his stomach. I 1 use them yet" said a Bhoi>(>er who "Cable car" he '"IoJ. with the street sample bottle by mall 1"1' "
brought four worms from one of them, Bent for the doctor and he injected morphine pointed to a collection of candlesticks, urchin's characteristic economy of free, also pamphlet tell- Hum. of Sw.uip.n.
the next two doses twelve, one of them but the child kept gutting worse. all of the utility sort arrayed In a worlds Ing- all about It, Including many of the
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, twelve inches; the other child was only I then gave him half a teaspoonful of thousands of testimonial: letters received
Ear, Nose and Throat. relieved of four worms. It Is a most excellent Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar house furnishing department. There "Too bud! I remarked. from sufferers cured In writing Dr. Kilmer
menicine." White's Cream Ver rhoea Remedy, and In half an hour he were big and little ornamental and "Olu but It might/ 'a' been worse, & Co., Binghamton N. Y., be lure and
EST PALM BleACH FLoi InA. mifuge Is good for children. It not only was sleeping and soon recovered'. L. plain, practical and unpractical ones. sir," the boy replied "The company mention this paper.
destroys worms, It helps the child to per- Wilking, Shell Luke, Wls. Mr. Wilkins Some had broad trnjs, and others bat] paid the doctor and gave mother $soo.
\R, HOUOUTON'S fect growth, wards oft sickness. tic; at Is book-keeper for the Shell Lake Lumber none at all and some had devices for That paid all our debts and left us $IjOO
U. It. Wilson & Son's <;0. For sale by all druggUts. and lifting the candle while others were In limit' surd It's nil litero'eept $.0 we

medicine dealers made with deep necks. There still remain had to take out when mother was .Hick

rLOATINO DENTAL APARTMENTS'I CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE. (H'ople who cling to the traditionsof and I sell more pnpers; than most of 'uoltp

the "Dentos Her One .a....*... their ancestors and will have none the boys. Just 'cause I've a crutch. '00 Aiaoil W r1. 7 79rArdonaaV
on The Clyde ships sailing from Jackson- In the civil war time a western wo of the modern lighting Inventions for 'fllI ru'. DUO of my customers now."- pa+vsemi'clop

Now AT PALM BEACH.oey's vine still continue. to go north full of man who had lust her husband In the their sleeping rooms Certain women New York Times.qn J1Ou| Ils.tq awgt ploqpeat uAlos pus
It Is evident that thin
I passengers. popular field and who hoped to win a livelihood prefer a light In their bedrooms until fdiiiim apeeg r.tJJCy amp(
I
line is a great favorite with thetiavel- ICll..l ..h'. A.mul.t.
*n >
they are nsleap and for this purpose a Lu.4 eqi 1o leaos.
for herself and her little ones by writing
Ing public for our home people have been Elizabeth her last Illness alll *,11 l vnlwsal UMOJI.Aar
Kidney Cure candle Is just. the thing for It will put Queen during
sent to Magazine a
yearly patronizing the Cly'e Line and Harper's story .Jewol.no pus sdouoeqi
akes kidneys and bladder right.irginia seem thoroughly( satisfied with the ships, which had no special distinction and Itself out ut the time proportioned! by wore around her neck a charm J.l qas. o..j.wolInn.JOlu
service, stateroom accommodations, etc. was returned. In the desperate mood Its Il'ngtb.-Npw York Tribune. made of geld which bad been bequeathed I allem.doij
The Clyde are progressive people and that followed this rejection she sat tier by an old woman In 1.001 hdoJO pool
are constantly studying the convenience down with pen aflame and told "why J Raw No llewnon For Svrvmrlngr.General Wales, who declared that HO long as .>,,ell.Do'sIs,6JJ.g

Homes and comfort of their patrons. [It Is certainly wrote It," mid her story under that title Grant was asked why he the quern' wore It she would never be I

n pleasure to Hail from Jacksonville was accepted and published, winning never swore. lie replied "Well, whena III. 'I lie amulet as was generally the
on ono of their grand steamers and 1 of avail and Idllzu-
case, proved no ,
boy I bad nn aversion to swearing.
n sympathetic! response| from nil
our home people in selecting their route
for annual trips 'north could not travelIn Its renders. Hut this production the It ,"','m,1 useless an unnecessary habit !bath notwithstanding her faith In the

You learn all about Virginia Lands, gloater comfort than by the Clvdo: echo of a vital moment was her one :, and !besides I saw that shearing charm not only sickened, but died. The Largest and Most Com-

Its resources, products' mode of cultivation Line. The rates are always, considering: story In the magazine Oliver Wendell usually aroused a man's auger 1 early During the plague In London1 people nleto Establishment South.
prices etc., by reading! the the fact that they Include meals and Holmes mild 1 that anybody could write bad a desire to have complete command wore amulets to keep off the dread de

Virginia Farmer.. Send lOcts. stateroom berths. much cheaper than by one IntereHtlng novel If he could truly of myself. I noticed when a stroyer. Amulets of arsenic were worn CEO. S HACKER &
for 3 months subscription to the rail. A letter addressed to F. M. Ironmonger tell the .story of his own life.-Harper's man got angry his opponent always near. the heart Uullls of quicksilverwere SON ]

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. : jr.,ASB't Gen'I..Passenger Agent, Mapizlne. got the !better. of him. Ou that account bung around the Deck and also
Jacksonville, fin., will bring you full also", I determined to refrain from tbe powder of toads.
Chas. II. Walton Is the 71tusvillo
particulars. Tbe army uniform board which has weiring. Then the swearing men of

ANNER SALVE agent been I lu session In Washington for several my acquaintance when a boy were not UysenteryCured1YI11tonttime.\leI l t

j the most h..Una.alve In the world. A Cheap, Indian River Monte months has recommended that the bent men I knew. I never saw any of ti Doctor.

'blue be discontinued I ; except! on dress. reasons for wearing. All wero against
This place ronsixtg. of 13',< acres >4 occasions: as the color of tbe AlIlerlcanloldlcr's It." "I nm Just up from hard spoil of the j
mile north of Fort Pierce.; : Four acres !lux" (dysentery) says 4Ir. T. A. Pluner Pfd
CO YEARS'EXPERIENCE are cleared and fenced, and there are clothes and that khaki green a well known merchant of Dnimmond
2JMIO; ( bearing pineapple plants on the suits lie l substituted. And must we }iir<'H" Kczemu. Itching! Humors, Conn. "I used one small bottle of f1w

place.. There are 2'i acre ready to set also dispense with that stirring and 1'11111)1,14 and Carbuncle Chambnrluia's Colic Cholera; and Dlar-
in orange trees and pineapples. Tim rhoea llemecly and was cured without
patriotic old about "the
in
song boys Costa Nothing to Try.
remaining nine acres i is good pineapple having a fluctor. I consider It the bust
land and a portion of it good for trees blue? II. |It It. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is now cholera medicine/ the world." There I II. l a ; agf **- ,*.tLt
It[ !".a a frontage Indian River The recognized as certain and sure cure for I... no need cf employing a doctor when
bet ouildlnj .site i lit on a high elevation Question Answered. eczema, Itching; a III, humors, scabs, (JIm. I Ills remedy Is used for no doctor can MANUFACTURERS OF
Vr TRADE MARKS overtaking river, the town plea KC.iles, watery blisters, aching bones prescribe a better medicine; for bowel
DESIGNS& and till Indian River inlet There Is Yes August Flower still I.... the largest or Joints, boll, carbnucles, pitching. pain complaint In any form either for childrenor Doors, Sash Blinds,
An rtm Mn r r<1ln"'a.krtrh COPYRIGHTS and dewrlntlon' miil'clr 0. no house on the premises ale of any medicine In the civilized' : In the skin, olrl eating sores, ulcers, etc. ar I'llt.' It never falls and U pleasant '
q. iwerfntn nor o|>lnt.<>n fro wh.ther an Fort Pierce is. a division point on the world. Your mother and grandmothers' Botanic Basal Balm, taken Internally to take. For Halo by all druggists and Moulding& Building Material
:I.veurmn.. llVilIInndtxiokoD p.tantahie. <'unrmunleaI Yaes4aenl Florida East Coast Railway and a placeof never thought of uninganything else cures the worst and! most deep-n' !!sroelcases medicine duelers.. 6
rr_ UI'IC. ap"nay for.......'nor pal.."... some Importance with good prospects for Indigestion: or biliousness Doctors by enriching, purifying and vltallzngthc Crtlce & Warerooms King opposite
Pntant.nattet tttkan, wit bout thmuali'., .MUIIII. In thScicniific Jk.Co. r ire stores of all kindnseveralchurche'',. Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or loAd l supply( to the skin. Botanlo lllood '
JHuerfcan school, poHtofllce, telegraph oltlce, etc. Heart failure etc. They used, August Balm l Is the only cure, to stay cured, for Molke." th eye uv yet ('but.. Cluirlcston] S. C.
A hnnrtwm.ly' Illnitratwl .....UF. IJirawt rtrcillMloii This place will make tine home and Flower to clean out the system and stop these awful, annoying skin troubles It the ruatther
year. rnnrmontlu o( n .,:, .ra.t.1ui: newad.sl.r.T rnn.$4a. capable of being made quite a plantation errneoUtlon. undigested: food regulate heals every sore and gives tbe rich glow "I 1 uttirtiflc n man ylntcrday an* he Sash Weights Cord and
Five hundred orange and grape the action of the liver, stlm late the nervous of health to the skin. Builds up the gate lJIII a receipt fur It."Ohio State ,
MUNN & CO.3818ro.dway. New York fruittreesandIOOI JO pineapple plants and organic action of the system, broken down body and makes tile blooded rouruaL
Br.b om.... sea I' Bt,WMblDmoa.mil. I .. Hardware.
can be placed on it. Kineflahing.biintngan and that Is alt they took when feeling and nnurlnhlog. Especially advlited I f y ,
)LD LEAD FOR SALE In any quantity Fort Pierce is headquarters tches. Yon only need a few doses of medicines: and hot springs fall lit cure. Window and Fancy Gkisr

at the ADVOCATE office. for hunting, flailing and sports genera Jreen's August Flower, in'li.+uid form, DruftgIBtll. 1. To prove B. B. Jt. cure, 7/- A SPECIALTY.
allly. PriceIlJiOwhichisverycheap.Fr to make you satisfied there it nothing ores, sample sent free and prepaid by ,__ __
full information address. I serious the matter with. you. Yon can writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga. This signature' U cm every bow ft ttt. f naln.
-oJey's Honey and Tar C. T. MfC"'RTY.nkona. get this reliable remedy at B. R. Wilson Describe trouble, and free medical advice Laxative Bromo-Quinine T.b.... Foley's Honey and Tar

lures colds prevents pneumonia. .\ Brnard County Fla. .t Son. Get Green's Special Almanac. sent tn sealed letter. time f.m.dr thai etir.. a cold la ._ day forchUdren,34fesure. No opiates.EAST .










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I'itt 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 29.. 1902. _

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'i : JAMES. rBixcHABD, President; e WM. M. JJnoww, Vlce-Pregtenl|( ;

1f ; EAST COAST ADVOCATE. A NEW INVENTION. C. S. ScHUYUtR, Cashier. W. S. BBANNINO, -Asst. Cashier.


The Walton -Self-Locking Pulley INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
',1. "W.&Ly"ov.aAL' DevOTED TO TH. D.T&LOrMXHT Block, invented by Capt. J. O. Walton -
,,;i'p OW Till IKDIAN &19.&, LAZE
(, ;I. WORTH AMD 8111041'NaIl4yeIlOTIONe.: : of this place, IS receiving many ,
", econiuma of praise from prominent HealthFOR COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

1, t" *: PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. shipowners, block makers, riggers, A QUARTER! Authorized capital, loocco t
I. 4ia d I naval men and others in the North, Paid up capital, $25,000
., I"" t 'dr\ OJLABLBS B. WALTON! B<4 ytor ac Pnblliiher.Dlsoootlnnanca and as soon as it Is fully launchedon r/ People\ wbo bare torpid liven Bad life a miserable Average deposits, $ t OOooa
,';', the market there will be an Immense / exiitence. and take purges and draatie drop -
l I'' of advt. mutt be made per.orally when all need to -
:4: demand for these block which gripe and rack the boweU, they f
at thli oftlce or by writing do Ice .
gentle reminder to the liver to duty.ION'S
Transacts General
throughout the United States and a Banking

I Check o.,may be made payable to CBABLM other countries. Among the many A LIVER PILLS

B. WALTOS, publlslior.Addreis who are using tackle blocks, and ANDTONIC PELLETS Business

all oommunloatluni to who recently examined and tested J
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, the Walton patent block, in Boston, I are mild in their action. The pill itlmulalfl the liver to its/I II Largest and Oldest Bank on the RIver?
the as a
i work and the peJeU Invigorate system
a i s 1 TITVSVlLLB FLOBIDA. are the following, who pronounce it I proper whole; in short, they both aulat Nature, which to all a Exchange bought; and Bold on all Forugn
the best block of its kind ever inven- medicine ibould do. Remember that 25 doeo for'25 Countries.
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ted : Capt. Moore! of the bureau of day coats 25o. You can have a free sample il'
1, U. S. Department of Agriculture want It. Patronage. appreciated. Prompt Bervli,., pale] ,
equipment, Charlestown navy yard ; you treatment,and every favor cOIIIl taol with ,??,
Weather IJurenu-Jupiter, Fin. Capt. Drane, foreman of the rigging BROWN MFG CO. *.' e native banking granted.CO1tRESPONDENTS .

department of Charlestown New York :
navy X Seaboard :National Hank of New V rl,,
l H p TliefoU6wingis( a comparative statement yard ; Col. Butler and Mr. Howard, and Greeneville, National/ Hank of JackHonville, Fla.r.L'I'.L mi
of temperature and rainfall for the
I week ending Tuesday Aug. 12,1002. of the testing department, Water- Tenn. rJ 7ILTIJ, I I A..
1901 town arsenal B. B. Crowninshleld,
--1902- ;
; t a DATE.: MAX. _MIN MAX. MIN. Arthur BInney, Starling Burgess, ,I -
e Lr,j, 20 81) 78 8J: 72 Isaac B. Mills and Small Bros., FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
SOUTHERN
21 00 82 86 74 TIlE
Geo.
F 22 89 76 86 78 yacht designers; Lawley cor.
1 {,f 2:1: DC 78 80 80 poration, yacht builders, South .
24 02 77 88 79 Boston ; and Capt. John G.Crowley, Sold by II. R. WILSON A SON TITV \. 'ILLE. '
Wood d Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
25: 00 711 87 79 _.__. ,
manager of the fleet of five, six and -- -- ------ ,
26 88 77 83 71
) o Total rainfall for the week: .01 seven masted schooners. A PANTHER'S, DEN. WASHINGTON D. C. if
1'' Departure from normal rainfall for the
.week: minus 1.29! Inolies. Departure PROFANITY ON OUR STREETS.With Clean and aright In Decided Contract Vitrified, Paling and Side alJ( .Brick......
tu the Popular Id...
from normal rainfall since January 1, ONLY $16.05.
f., minus lO.KO(; Inches.HAL. It wan my good fortune to discoverthe Offices foot of Hogan Street, JacksonvilleFlorida.> Telephone No 262,
P. HABDIIT, Observer. reference to our recent editorial newly abandoned lair of a cougar From Jacksonville,correspondingrates
upon the bad habit of using family and further and to me new class round-trip from other tickets points. on First-sale 1 J. K. S1UNNERLYN General Manager.

i THOSE of our townspeople who obscene language upon our streets, evidence of that fastidious cleanliness!! Oct. :a), 4, 5 and 0, limit by extension. -
interested in the beautifying of the Times-Union and Citizen says : Which Is a marked characteristic of uOo additional, to Nov. 3rd.
are
t' the animal. This retreat was not at all Account O.A.H. No extra chargefor
our town by the planting of more "St. Augustine and Tltusvllle join in a & Baker
the typical "panther's den" of tradI- fast time or the luxul'lousservice MeMurray
shade would do well to read common effort to put down profanity.
trees ofTHE
4 Now, we are sorry to see these little boys tion, but a bush grown harborage under ,
the communication from Captain sally out to fight a monster of such hid the edge of u rock with Just enoughof NEW INITIAL
4 r Fischer, in another column, and eous mien, and we respectfully suggest shelf to keep off: the rain. I should LINT: ATJACKSONVILLE. 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
you will find out one of the causes that Jacksonville join them and remainon not have found this breeding place but .
why Titusville is not.a more well- the warpath till next summer If nec- for a certain well gnawed array of -Makers and Jobbers of-
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essary. Wo shall not be entirely decenttill bones scattered over a little smooth
shaded town than it Is. the disgusting old rascal Is llnally The Southern Railway ,
I bench above a creek channel. From t
driven from our streets and public places this boneynrd there was a very traceable I Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
I ABE you the man that is .advertising -send him out of the land, by landingall MOST LUXURIOUS ,
path leading through and
his followers In vThe\\ law la plain grass
j your goods in the ADVOCATE enough; let the ofllcers enforce It with brush to the retreat where the ,dam TRAINSIN Saddlery, Rubber Tires. 'i
"I'' j -the weekly pink paper that brings out pity." pad! housed! her yoi. !I3 12' The evidence TILE WORLD.
the business from all along the here told"piiTnTy" of the TduKarTB/ long First-Class, Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
No matter whether "these little Every morning at 0:00() o'clock.
East Coast to its advertisers, by Immunity from annoyance and attack -- '-
boys sally out to fight a monster of Every: evening at 7:53: ; o'clock .
mall ? Or are "the other fel and of a thoroughly cleanly habit of from Jacksonville\ less than 23
you ;
such hideous mien"
all
know of this or not, they life. There was no bone or other sign hours to Washington via Southern
low" that does not
good medium for advertising. If want is to enforce the law, by finingthe of feasting'about the lair. The dam Railway East Coast Lumber & Supply Co

offenders in a good round sum. had carried her kill to the creek benchIn City Ticket Office, 108 Weslt Bay St.
you want to do a good, legitimate and we warrant there will be less every tastance/and the children Lad Jacksonville, Fla.
44 business,advertise in the ADVOCATE. profanity in a very short while. been called to the dining room. As Full information can be obtained GENERAL OFFICE: EAU GALLIE: FLA.

"Fifty dollars or twenty days at bones which would have been crunched from Yards at TItusville, Eau Gallle and For Pierce.
$
fl 't 4 WE are told than in Boston about or eaten by grown animals had
hard labor both is the law laid
or II. F, CART D, P. A. Jacksonville Fla.
I 100,000 boxes of lemons, mostly down by the Town Council of II- been perfectly cleaned by the kits I' Complete stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds; Sash and Doors
was ablo to judge of their summer'sdiet.
"I from Mediterranean have
ports, tusville for profanity or' obscene This had consisted mostly of TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. Blinds and Guilders'Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office
t r 1 been sold by the government -because ,
language upon our streets Nowlet minor
game, rabbits marmots grouse
the importers would not pay the Times-Union and Citizen : and the like, with an occasional small
The following are the times of arrival
is said that the visible
duties. It
join in the crusade, and help to put. deer. At least one whole family of and departure of passenger trains to and Hodges &: O'Hara '
supply is so large that to pay the down this pernicious habit. badgers old and young had been from Titusville; ,

tIi a duty on the lemons at the present served, pussy having probably lain for SODTHBOUKD. ...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
low prices would be aotually throwing them at their hole until they were all Leaves Titn Tlll.for Miami and 1 9:21
d away money. Lemons are not EAST COAST MOSQUITOES.From In.-Franklin Welle Culklna In Out- Intermediate:rofTuaOUND.LaveTitnevlllefar.laeksenvllle points: .at f : Pm Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER !

111 i j quite so plentiful ?in the Titusville Ing. ) \ Cleaned ,
j market. our down-river correspond To Improve the 110.... Intermediate points tfTltUHVllle It40pm Orange Box Ileadx, Fruit and Vegetable :Mouldings/ Shingles, etc.
h have heard >> for Sanford 1:08: a.m 1I111t and office located at ITulTalo: Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
deal
ents we a good If some owners of horses would Arrives Titusvlllo from Sanford 1:20
p.m to any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'Hara, Buffalo- Bluff Fla
fishermen who
THOSE amateur about the spend for feed
"pesky mosquito"this more and less for whips
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are accustomed to exaggerate their summer, but we want to tell them they would have more spirited anlmuls. J53T" Filter tubes are now for sale at -----r -- -
f } fish catches should take note of the that there are mosquitoes elsewhere .-Atchlson Globe. this office, price 23cts; : ; postage extra. The OIUflRt Established Grain and Seed House In the State

4, t fact that a lawyer, at LaCrosse as well as on Indian River or any ;
Wis., has Just drafted a bill to be where else along the East Coast of

1!; presented to the legislature the Florida. Now you folks who have Th Pioneer Cooperage. VTro.: :: A. Boors: &; Co.

coming winter, which provides that been complaining about this lively ,

every fisherman must, under the little insect should read the follow. LAGRANGE, FLORIDA.I GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
if i penalty of a fine, register the weightof ing, which is sent to the ADVOCATE manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS cheaply and expeditiously J. ,

pound every in fish weight.taken It exceeding also provided one by a reader in Atlantic City, N. J. : When In need of a tank, write me for estimate, as 1 can fill:jour order" to perfection Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers'

"The annual convention of all the mosquitoes TOM JOHNSON? LaGrange, Fla.UNITED.
I for the appointment of a State officer In the United States has Just been 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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and deputies to see that the held here. Alllllons and millions of the
law is enforced. How would law attended. The board walk was a Agts. for fuunit Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 3. A. L. R'y. and Plant System
1 living Held for them. On the ocean pier
..i like that work on the East Coast
the situation was worse. It was necessary
< of Florida? for the to have
management lighted
f! punk all over the pier. Hundreds of F. Ruhlman &: Co.
THE unmarried individual may women with their escorts carried lighted
)have no place in society in the punk on the board walk, while the drug
11,I stores did a laud office business, and the
universe, and feel humiliated
may FLORIDA
price of citronella oil went up several
at being a social outcast but the cents. Some of the mosquitoes ate the
unmarried is more likely to increase largest ever seen here."
than diminish the Pen- :PI :E. :PPLES:
says Now can any of our Indian River ..
acola News. It is a brave man readers ORANGE WRAPS .
say they ever saw mosquitoes -
who faces the burden of marriage
worse than those of Atlantic . A SPECIALTY.
'&}! with coal at $10.00 a ton, every City, N. J.?
'' of life bonded trusts
necessity by
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New York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association.
and bacteria In
our drinking water.
I To be a moral degenerate may bead TilE death of General J. J. Dick- 261 Washington St I l NEW YORK
11i; but it la more comfortable thanto ison removes from Florida one of Arc the Most Economical. 1)3) Murray Street. f N. Y.

+ be harassed by the hardships of the most picturesque and gallant -

an undertaking that Is beyond the i figure of the civil war ; and one,

I reach of the average man's salary, I moreover, who played in that conflict -

,I and can.be of trusts.indulged in only bypresident's -so a individual part so peculiarly and characteristicthat his own No Waste. Each] Sheet Perfect. Seeds For Summer Crops.

n t he and his achievementsmust

WITH this issue we commence the ever hold a unique place in Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte, Giant

thirteenth year of the publicationof the Ills memory funeral of in his Jacksonville. fellow citizens. Full Size, Full Count. Mtule in all Colors. Beggarweedclean. .
was
the ADVOCATE and take this
opportunity of thanking, we its many largely attended, and wall quite c<> :IE: !::i:

readers and supporters for the {impressive. Whlpp, Clays, Wonderful, Black, Unknown Ladyfingers.
''I kind things they have said many and Plain or PrintedDo peck Clean; $423 Bright bushel.Mock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 3oo; per qt., Postpaid; '1.23

written about the "pink paper of WHILE we are told that the orange Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides Garden Tools, Fertilizers.L. .

p the East Coast ;" and, in return, wet crop on Indian River will not be so CAMERON The Seed Store,
h wish them health and much pros large this season as it was last, 125' East
Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Y parity That the ADVOCATE has owing to the recent drouth, till not wait, but place your order now. r

+ met with success, goes without sayIng there will be< many thousands of
and with us as well as our crates of oranges shipped from this \ THE OLD RELIABLE

readers in general, business has section. Considerable grapefruit

1 been more prosperous and money will also be shipped, and the out- Rollins College
J'' more plentiful. It is also pleasant look for our orange and grapefruit Write for samples and prices to the ,

S to note that since tile big freeze growers the coming season is a Founded 1883. Has special Florida charter. The South Florida College Open
r' October 1st. Located on a high pine ridge, among the spring-fed lakes of Orange
has increased in The
Florida population bright one. groves are now County. Absolutely no malaria.
7 more than any other Southern State looking in tint-class shape. COLLEGE. : PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

i except Texas, if we may judge from MUSIC SCHOOL.
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SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION.
the last census ; the freeze taught TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. United Paper Cog BUSINESS SCHOOL. ART /HCHOOL.

cur people a lesson that it la not '- Excellent equipment. Thorough modern InstructIon.
,
i i wise to "place all'their eggs in one The usual September examination of Beautiful location. A room for every studentBest
r basket." On the whole, Florida has teachers for Brevard county will be heldIn Board. Expenses low. Best Influences. Catalog on application.

much improved, and the future for Tltusvllle the publlo school-house building, at Southern Office: Atlanta, Ga. REV. GEORGE 31. WARD, D. D., Principal Winter Park, Kla.
and vegetable beginning on Tuesday, the
pineapple
5 range, 2nd of September, 11)02.) -__ -=
growers seems a bright one indeed I R. E. MIMe
especially along the East Coast.t County Supt. \VE HAVE NO CONNECTION WITH ANY OTHER HOUSE IK ATLANTA. The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.



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Jensen. Melbourne. Eau Gallie.


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Baker of here this Mrs C. Lew is .
J. Jensen was S. Schnyler, who has been on 30OPH: ] A OOODE.R.tate, and L attending to business matters. I the invalid list for some days, Is again Agent for Anna: London and Liverpool sad recovery, under the care of Dr.
I able to be out. hobo, IToviitanoe Wimiiinitton and nun PirsInnnntnne. II ughlett. GROCERS
and
McPherson wife children
00. Special attention paid to the
Mr. and Mrs Roland McPherson Mr. Brandt has the honor of Introduc Interest of D..nn.blenla.r P, A. McMillan: Is overhauling his

.e returned from their summer ont ,lug: the first automobile Into our burg launch and copper painting all below tho

['at Seabreeze. which attracts decided attention amongus = Subscriptions for the ADVOCATM water line.Heavy Fruit and Produce Jobbers. 1

Jrs. Robertson, of Savannah, Oa., ac crackers. I the pink paper of the East Coast, will be rains, with thunder and lightning

panted by her son, was here a few From the number of carloads of shed received at the Melbourne Postoffico.Clamle on Sunday last in Eau Uallle broke 4

> this week, looking over her proper- ding material being received.\ It looks as the long drouth. Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

p i this neighborhood. If there are more converts to the practiceof lleanjoan gave a sailing\ partyto The Indian River Inn gave A social

alter Kltchlng and wife have been covering pineapples some friends lately. dance on Saturday t, which was much WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. t

rig in the sights; of New York. In nor One by one the signs of civilization are Willln Oerow of Jacksonville, was a enjoyed by those present.J. ,

to a friend here Mr. Kitching says making their appearance in our town; guest of the McBride house Monday. E. :M. lIod son was nearly upset by PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

',. they have seen the "elephant, etc." now it Isan expert and experienced watchmaker After the shower, on Sunday it was a large manatee while rowing over. to his
who is nrtUt flue workman Hood Potatoes Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In !season
an in
jm Bonnet, alligator hunter,etc..etc., delightfully cool and remained so for residence, on 'Sl\turday'last.

.W ved in port, Saturday, in a little 18- ship. some time. C. r,. Faber, daughter and son, of Fort ff\\o solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables

(.I t; boat, In which he came all the way the B. F. Hull of Is having a his launch built for W. R. Campbell Is improving bIll property Pierce, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs __._.__ __ n __ __ ___ __ __. .. --------2
Jim Is visit his purpose hauling bean tho
Tampa. on a to crop
W. 11. II. iloason at OI'Rnadbotel
around Hotel Bellevue, making. neat several -
111'' coming winter. Mr. Hull Is among the ICIAL ESTATH FOUSALX:.
walks, etc., etc. days last week. Georgiana.
largest of this
growers very remunerative _
I Kltching now has charge ofSouthern crop In this section. :Miss Jessie Sanders,of lldl\nol\.ls: : the New fall goods are beginning to arrive

I Express office here. An he guest this week of tho Misses Annie at our various places of business, anti a As Administrators the Estate of
I, great believer In cheap rates, we John Sorenson, Jr., had the misfortuneto and Jessie Ooodo. good fall trade is expected and being prepared Missos Eva anti Nollie Owen aro visit WI\llliin; Tieutlor dcceasm), We other at I
wt pose he will, reduce express rates ton dive In water that would not accommodate for by our merchants; ing Miss Beatrice StuldersutCotutenay:: private sale the following described lien
i the kickers. his length,: With the result of :Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Baker and two thin week. Kotivte. belonging to said Estate:
splitting his noHO on an oyster shell. children are again. In their Melbourne Mr. and Mrs. Bingham, of Daytona, ,
: ; 1 Sold.
which have been Misses Louise CIIIUI'ttlanll ITaUlo No. .
'Ineapples planted '
John "nose" better next time, home for the season. were noticed on the northbound East
,.l summer are drying up for want of Coast: train this week Mrs. Bingham Bower arc visiting Mrs. Jennie Snms fora Nor 2. All of HJ of NF-}, Section 21,
We have only had a few mists thoP4t Harry Shultz has recently purchased Capt. S. M. Maftin took about ten of was formerly Miss Elsie NeBbltt of Eau few days, at Courtenay. Township I] Ii South, Image ,17: Kant, covered -
; week. The thermometer has climb- a photographic outfit and will soon be his young friends for a sail in his trim Gallic. with "' ''till', lying In s.iid Eau Gallle

n};to OS on several days, and the wnterii' prepared accommodate the public with yacht, a few evenings ago. Rupert Paxton came over Monday, to River and E,,,, .iitllle Kay containing.
Elect!10 lights In at the got some of Uncle llughoy's line mangoes
river has been to 86 good work In that line, having had con- are now use about :au acres' more or letm.
j.he up siderable experience In the work Mrs. Phillips has had her Now on the East Const Lumber\:; Supply Co's. yards and scuppernong: raJle''". : No. 3. 1S<>ld. ,

he East Coast Fish Company willn corner of "roat street ami Haven and bull dilmprovemeut decided convenience Miss Hattie Bower returned lutnio, on No 4. That portion of 8VV\4', Section
up for business on Monday. Stan- W. U. Scbenck, of Cincinnati, Ohio, avenue, cleaned of all weeds. over the old style Saturday, from hoc weok visit with 21, TuwnHhlp 27 South, K.iutro :M7 Kurtt,

"Wti'9| Kltching will turn the ice business returned who owns home a pineapple this plantation hero, Messrs. Fee & Stewart are having anew of lighting Miss Vera Ilibbs, at Rocklodgo; where commencing at a point 370 feet West from

I/'v/ ir to them for the winter months. tie several months week, after spending cement sidewalk put down In front 'I Miss Nolda Rochslor, of Brooklyn, and she spent a moat enjoyable time Northeast corner pout on tot /Section line i
b t retailed thirty tons of ice since May gathering his crop and of their store, on'New Haven avenue. Miss A, Florence Hodgson, of 0 Eau Gal nit aforesaid and (0o feet :South of (midSection
!J{{ which has been a blessing to. our making some material! Improvements on lie, are spending this week with friendsat Miss Louise I Cannatta wan visiting her line for a stinting, point, thence

C p&zeus.PHYSICIAN. his properly. Charles McBride has added shell walks. Lynn, Muss. Miss odgson will sail friend, Mrs. Louise Walker., at Lotus, run South:: 4:$ feet thence last IOn tretf 1

Wm Froderlckson who has been spend neat his store Mr. McBride believes for the south early In September.Four last. week Miss Nellie Owen stayed with thence South 4jil trot thence West to f

IIE.LER.Dr.. Geo. ing some weeks In Georgia with his fam- In keeping) a neat clean store and no Miss hobo and M rH. Canuatta during the toO'otlolll1ne. thence North OJ8:.! ft, thence
rubbish lies nelhi.. door. or live teams have been hauling Absence of Mills Lotiiso.
Sw ng, a practicing physician of Smith's ily, returned home this week. Will says dirty ,, shell Into Eau Uallle's streets for the Kant 717 feet mere or less, to a point 10O
it1gve Ky for over thirty years. Writeshidpersonal he ate HO many fried chickens while up Miss E. J. Lee has returned to her past week. The streets are much Im J. W Britner linn Bold his entire! crop feot West of Southwest corni-r of plat of i

l j experience with Foley's Kid- there that he Is ashamed to look an old pleasant borne at Melbourne UI'Rchfter by the done to them. of pinoifpple Klip to Mr. Jones of Hortl Humo, thence (South IftO/ feet; thence
be!jfCure: ".'or years I had been greatly hen In the face. pending sometime in New York and I The proved: shell is of repairs a being good quality and Slip seem to be In demand this your as Kimt: 7110 foot to West side of .K. E. C.
bothered with kidney and bladder trou- other northern; state Wo wore glad to I free from very Mr.lhuner'could have Bold 1 three times Railway right-of-wny, thence North on
)Irs: W. T. Anderson wife of our F. E. foreign matter.
,
West edo of K. K.: C. right-of-
band; enlarged prostrate glands. lURed see her. the amount ho. raised Hallway
C. Kallway agent, who has been visiting The 1M) foot fiance Rust to of be
known to the profession wlth- steamer Kathleen collided with one way point
py'[ythlng
friends and relatives In Alabama, Is home Dr. C. II. Stewart has had grounds ot three A. L. Bruner has the contract for a railroad rlffht-of-way l
iurellef until I commenced to use Fo- large manatees when entering ginning: excepting :
again which relieves Mr. Anderson of around Ills handsome home all put in handsome leitUlcuoe to liu built for the 4
Yd,..b Kidney Cure After taking three the Eon Jallio river on Monday evening through said I land. Containing about :2O.!
the necessity of luck" in flrst-claas and will have a fine Miscue Bond who have piucluiMod the
taking "pot securing shape, last. Tho the road This
tw(>ttles I was entirely relieved and cured. animal actually lifted the ves- acres Including/ County
his daily rations.As flower this flllIe\ his now having Packman place ito has tho material on I
(''prescribe it now daily In my practice garden set as It rolled( under Its keel, but swam tract has a young grove of ROD or 000
all{ the grounds prepared for roses, oto. I off the ground, and U already nt work I trees It and nrtoitlnn. well etc.
Jtttff1" heartily recommend its use: to a forerunner of the good things,: we uninjured apparently.Foley's on on ,
ihyelclans for such troubles. I have may expect to enjoy, two carloads of The ladies of the M. E. church servedice ---- -- George Carter had the misfortune' to No. /b. Begin at Southeast! corner of

t\n( crlbod It in hundreds of cases withlect shell arrived last week and were appliedto cream and cake, last Saturday after I. Kidney Cure Is a medicine free be bndly hurt' by a stingray, which lot now,or formerly owned by J. L. liar

success." Sold by Wilson & Son. the steep hill leading west from Jen- noon, to raise funds to put a new sidewalk from poisons and will cure any cane of thrust Its huge sting through his ankle neon, thence run South\ across Elbow

sen station to parts unknown. "Small In front of their parsonage. This kidney illscnse that Is not beyond l the about two weeks ago, making n very creek to North bouudnry of land belonging :.

favors thankfully received, large ones In will another nice improvement on New reach of medicine. Wilson it; Son. painful wound, and ho In still quite Ill. to Wm. 'Premier. thence East,; bound 1
White City. proportion." Haven avenue. !Vi /Section line which Is the North }
Uncle and Auntie IIughpH and niece
wry of Wm. 'I'rt'l1t1el"IIII\II.1 to North bank
Our protracted "dry dronth" was broken On It. W. Ooodo's Fountain Height A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hanopck's Minn 1lyrl.1elllI'l1hllel\ wore calling at of F.lhow clock! theuce West nlong bank: 1

Mosier has had some men atwprk on Saturday last by a rain of two place just south of Melbourne, there area Liquid 1 :Sulphur will cure any case of Tutor 1nllVm.. Wlttfnld's, Thursday af. of said crock to point of beginning, beingIn

on his father's grove, this week. hours' duration. For ten or fifteen mln- number of beautiful, large date palms 'I' Ground itch, at B, it. Wilson & 80n'lI.RockledgeCocoa. ternoon. The twin babies at the hotter Section Township :27 :Mouth, Kange

Rites preceding the commencement of the one of which, at the present time has plnca area growing .mind gutting along :117 Kast.: I'liU !land In covered with the
IWR. Hardee was out here the tlrsoftb. rain, the thermometer stood at 102 five large bunches of full grown dates, nlcoly waters of the creek.

..,' week, and was having some of his The past week has been one of the most that will weigh from 20 to 30 pounds No. U. Hold. .
A. h. Carter: and daughter Mlsst\ Lilly,
nursery stock shipped. oppressively hot periods ever experiencedIn each returned from their trip to Georgia, last No. 7. Commence about 0\ chains Sli ti

(','Mrs.' Geo. poppell and son, Edgar, this section, and the down-pour of A. II. Smith and Chas Hatch are busy Flltl"y.111111 Bessie. has rIJOOVtllt'l{ suf links West from Northeast t corner of 8
who have been visiting friends In Eden rain was a blessing: to man, beast, vege- QUICK: RELIEF FOR ASTHMA:: FUFFKUERS. building refrigerator for Coo. N. Hatch tlclontly to be able to return with her Section 20, on Section line between Sections

for the past week, have returned home. tation and tadpoles. ::!. Foley's Honey and Tar affords parent, Inn few days, to their home In 17 and 'M, run Wont 0 chain* ll; links,
Immediate relief to asthma/ "sufferers In Ooo. N. Hatch hns/ been busy tbls'woek 1)eadwoal S. D. I thonco South 10 chains 64 link, thence)
Quite a number of our young people CONSUMPTION TnnEATE }).- the worst stages, and If taken In time will, In moving his goods from the old store to Son I lh. 110 degrees no seconds, East :.1 chains&
people gave Mr. and.Mrs L. Campbell a "I was troubled with a hacking cough effect a cure. Sold by Wilson & Son. the new one. A. 0. Carter end family and Miss Myrtle I to Knu Oalllo Klver thence follow the.

pleasant surprise party, Saturday:! even- for a year and I thought I had consumption Ethel; Wayt, who ins been visiting Ilurohtlel spent a very pleasant, (day shore of Ran' Oalllo\ Itlver In nn Easterly

I.g: ," says C Unger; 211 :Maple Street:! Allieno Wilson for a month atItocklu.lgo, at Occanus bench last Thursday. It was direction to a pulntdueMotnhfrom placeof
.Mr. Lnmont has been fencing; In twen.ij''Iltht Champaign, III. "I tried a great many Fort Pierce. returned to her home at Fort Landerdale, the first time :Mian Myrtle bus enjoyed a beginning, thence north to point of

acres of land, which lies between remedies and I was under the care of on Friday dip In old ocean since she loft hero si* beginning, containing) acres, more or 1
((Meander! and Palmetto avenues. Most physicians for several months. I used one years ago; Herhoalthls[ Improving feet, less, nnd known nn the Kltchell: place.

ftf the property belongs to parties living bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar; It curedme County Surveyor T. O. Fries accompanied lose C.a II.horse Ilibbs on Monday had\ the night.misfortune The amoral to regardless of hot weather or mosquitoes.Foley's No. 8. NEt;j of Section 2S. Township
J. 1+. Boll left for Waveland
( and I have been' troubled by ,
{a plhiatgo.Uue not since. had pneumonia and l had been under 27 South, flange; :U7 East, containing 100
of our items, last week, read that Sold by B. K. Wilson A: Son.Eden. on Tuesday, to survey the_county road. treatment for a week. Kidney Cure will euro nil ills- acres, less. railroad right| -of-way.

"j 4Fr tnson wa-t going to tear down Ills The Rev. Dr.lool'e: held services In eases arising from, disnrdnrml. kidneys or No. 0. NWIJ of Suction 2 Township
tho MetuodlHt church lantSund.ty. : morning C. II. Itibbs and a force of men moved bladder, hold by II. Jt. Wilson .. Mon
((*,/packinlr house aDd build a pI'ettydw..J1Ing. 27 :South, Kangua: East containing ItK
the safe from, the
building formally
It should have been that he and evening to large congregations. occupied acres, less railroad right-of-way
by Oeo. N. Hatch for his store,
tItald build a poultry house. Mr. Fran- -- Miss Helen Miller, of Melbourne, was to his now quarters on Barton "avenue MY OLD HOME No. 10.) 4J IM-1XI) ( ) ncr H, lees railroad
now has a very nice dwelling. Mrs Fred K. )Hudson was a pleasant a pleasant visitor In town last week /She Tuesday afternoon. right-of-wav, bolug, part! of Lot 1 and of

.. hreo of our young men went to Fort caller In this place, last Monday. win the guest of her friend, N I rs. W. K. NKU of NWI", ., Section, Towu..hlp2TSoutli
lleice, Saturday, and on returning had Jdock on. The center of Interest among the young [ II'rilivnor Kant Uu'lHt <.(",''O/) 'h..J" ) Range, 117 Kant, known as J. L. a aStewart
Mr. and Mrs. F. MoMullen have been has been In the entertainment' ,
moire fun than nad contracted for. people old lioinn. BtAiiiU the dying l lof light place.
they The
White 'friends Rev.V.. I M.Woatherwax of Melbourne
entertaining City during by homo talent 'at the Cocoa hall
of them missed article of on a lunlliiw, mitumn day. )I. .No, 1 1. Lots 17 an.11"*, block 4, Town
an person-
'Sue the past week. held lI"rvlce8ln Methodist chinch' on '1'hlus.layevenlnJl. It was for a worthy The, ho I'VKiliiklc't eras my lili>uiiu ant |Kane, I Of .Kan. Hnlllll.0. ,

'fti"flroperty and, usually concluded carried It wan In of the mi flictent hip- II. W. Richards and family were up Monday evenlug.! Rev Mr. Bingham of object. All should encourage the young The( walls are In du"..,. "- 1:1., hut 1, block I, Town of Hap. 1
/
Jidoket: value, blm to return in from the Sc. Lucie River, last week, for Daytona was also present. people In their work The mocking hint In uiClnK' | still O lllo. Quit claim deed for this only-
;. to cause \\here HID river rll'I"| |il"* by|
parch\ of it, which they did. The other their regular fortnightly visit. Married, at the residence of A. J. Nostril Last week and the fore part of this, 'fh..I..IIII are mi tlm water, belli under Tax: Title. s ;

4e''o had the misfortune 10 have their Mrs. Ktnille Heckler, who has boon in Sunday ''morning. Mrs. Elsie Hots- quite a number of Rockledge menamong '&'111' light I III In th" .ky. It Fbr prices and terms addruss, ,

ycles break down, which compelled Eden assisting In the care of Captain ford to Major C. M. Bingham jr. The them J. W. Taylor, J. J. I DymocU, W. A. The.HaliC wind nfftliii" And whispers r. A. MOKOAX( and W. H. JONES, r

im to walk, and, upon reaching home, Kiciiiirds, left, Wednesday for a* visit to wedding ceremony was performed by Boyett C. H. Hlbbs I J. L. Wilson, of. 01..,.. tlmt .r.. nn 'U'.I' | A. Administrator the Estate: of Win. '
ind that some apples and candy were I Jensen and West: Palm Beach. the Rev C. M Blngham, senr., of I D.y- Richard Jones, foe Harris and Jacob or To loved.ror"lty'i anas icons:I huunill0Mi for ever.horn, Treutler, doceiiMiid.Tltnsvllle .

Ing from thelr.pockets.Just ton, the father of the bridegroom. They Dlckersoo took their tools and went out Florida.A .
Pineapple slips are being planted In left on the mOlDing train for the north. to where Judge Everett Is pulling up his A.mimic: the falling (nave. .. of autumn,

at Her. great quantities since the heavy rains. The happy pair have tho best wishes of little house, and gave him 111ft In the To Prom Ih...,Lime std if gray lory of I.rrites the went, j
Look
The supply of slips\ Is very short this their many. friends for a long and happy shape of a day or two days' work. The My fether'.plntc.nuee| .. to nut Fine Pluco For Solo

hence came that sprightly step, rich, year, or more planting would be done. life. Judge will soon have his place ready to Ills form erect ant< icriu'ofnl I. l

y complexion, faultless skin, smiling Mr. and Mrs R. R. Rlcou were very The dunce at the Fort I'lerce hotel on move, Into and he thanks those who have III.1* brown eye. all slight: 2iK) feet on Indian River, and running*

e. She looks good, feels good. here'ssecret. pleasant callers at Edenwood, last Wednesday Friday evening List was well attended so kindly helped In this way. HI hamlN omt.tr.odwl the swiftly f&lIh.1C l In grnethgThromgh nl"ht. back .",()(>ft. to county road ; a lot adjoining

t She uses Dr. King's New Life They came up expressly to see and the young people assembled llo the lUWft.\ river front, limning back

Is. Result-all organs; active, dlgesn Captain Kichards, who baa been 't'eryUl. spacious dining-room did full justice to Many persons In this community are With I N<*.klndly.mlle him fttamllnir, and there' grave, ailvleo 14 good, no headaches, no chance for the delightful tnuslo furnished by Mrs. suffering from kidney complaint who Ifs rest IIIHIII the arunililliiK boardsllmlilt which Is salt water, and three miles
lue.." them yourself. Only 25c. Mrs. John Miller was appointed a delegate the In of hi. broken ,
Try II arts tone on pianoforte spite could avoid fatal results! by using Koley's wide at this place.
,,11. K. Wilson &:; Son's drug store. to the church meeting to be held the exceedingly warm weather. Dancing Kidney Cure. "Sold 1 by Wilson- & Son. Tli"..ift wlmls Uliitly whisper| Hotiaei of six rna, his: been kept s+
at New Smyrna next week and expects was kept up with zeal until 12: p. m. TM; night l ooiuliiir on, painted and. in good repair; 2.' ft. from f
off Tltusvllle for With draul.tdorl rflUlm BtMMlfcI
to at a day. l
stopping
,
go refreshments
10 o'clock' were
At dainty nod, uiyiolf aloim. river bunk, coninmnding it heiiiitlful view
Jupiter. Rev F. W. Weather wax was much served. Some of the guests;: declared Indianola. HAHHIV. of Indlitti ICIvxr; stairs lend down to
cheered by the good audiences he had that Mrs. arttone's dance music was -AMCKHKLI. the river, ""nl" duck built out Into the
Fort ri//area, Flit A'IIr'' !I7, \H.
both morning and evening, on bis las! the finest they ever beard; but, then water to Hccotnmoilnto snull' tonlls. A
n i Thursday the 21st Inst., at 5 o'clock visit. lie Is very popular with old and her playing Is of the highest clans, alldwe Mrs. James Sanderi of Miami, arrived --- never-fnlllng wvllwlth pump near kitchen

m., Mr. henry Brooker and Miss young. are glad to see her exceptional talent here, Tuesday evening for a short visit, .Fulsy's Kidney Cure will ciine llrlght'sl door, and .n never lilting spring of

ce Irene Skill were married at Went ,The fast since so well appreciated by all who have the on (her return from her. old home In Urbana Illeuuee l l .; will cure Olabulew; will cure deli, cool l, pure water it short distance-
ripening
Iplter, Archdeacon B F. Brown officiate. the rain guavas and are to be very of fair size privilege of hearing her play. Ohio Sion |ht IlUddcr; will cilia Kidney and front .linn. **. Home lot and poultry yard
/ Miss Ella Tyndall was the brides- promise few hot da The affair was under the managementof A fine rain on Sunday! brought a decided Bladder ill..,.'<.., Sold 1 1., Wilson .''Q: MOD.: fencedwllhpuultry M.nlo '. (l ins house
and A dry
aid, and M r. Wm. T. Moore the groom'st like quality.had last week more would have caus-) Mr. Arthur Buck, and was voted a change In the atmosphere; and for poultry I\IIIIU"IIII'ln h.nes K'x'J': : : feet,
man. The ceremony was performed we decided success. now with cooler days and no mosquitoes, and III tllvr buusu!
mi fancy poultry
|the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ed all the fruit to fall, and we had begunto ARE yoU A HOATJIUIMlEHf If '
one can enjoy life usie more. 71 itrnnuo trees Just coming Into bear.
frndall which bad been fear the orange trees would also lose you tire, fret one of Walton's1 Patent
the
tefully, in ornamented parlor for the occasion, their fruit. By-tbe-way, we have some "I hail diabetes In its worst form," A, vory pleasant evening was spent, ( ""lkIDt( Cools; Invaluable to boathulUlers Ing 2 grapefruit trees t .potrli I trees, U

Id was witnessed by a large number of very fine young/ orange trees In this town. writes Marlon Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I Tuesday by the young I'eople.t I). St. and ownurs i>f boats Calks PllertllllllC| grape vlnns-nil be.tiloi(-4
'connection One of these days we will talk largely tried eight physicians without relief. Clair Nlsbet's. house, the occasion beingIn boar more rnpldly than any other several, kunniiara| und guava bushes, }
friends.young couple's family about our orange groves.; Only three bottles of Foley' Kidney Cure honor of Miss Owen and sister, Nellie, Cilklnir tool) In the world. I'rlce ": .110 hade. trees .and tropical trees and shrubs* t
I made me a well man." Wilson Jk Son. of and *s.rx) each ac AUVOCATK olllo near the bonne.
ater the dlningrooni door was thrown deal of the Georgians. ,
; had
: I We have a good "spice A good county rood" along near river
a sJ
en and a bountiful collection of good: weather the week. I Stephen I D. Geiger, formerly of Tltus-' TitiiHvllIe, Kl.'.
of life" In past .
I our bunk, front Tllunvllle, the county teat,
_______ _____ j
Bugs to eat and drink were served by i Thursday and Friday were as hot as we St. Lucie.We vllle, baM boon shaking hands with old .n eleven' miles north, to Kocklndge, a beautiful .

l Tyndall, and thoroughly enjoyed. ever want to see It. Saturday the wind friends. Inlndlanola, and noting changes Twit Fine Lot Fur Hale. winter resort, nine mtleaeuuth with 1
Sail present. I blew strong from the west, but the thermometer and Improvements that time bait brought ( boos, a nice little bimlouuM town and
The bride'a dress was made of white climbed up to 1023 In the have been having heavy showers since his last visit here, some years ago. City Point between. Itadrond, station i

Iota, trimmed with lace and ribbons. shade. Then a little cloud came up. It here every: few days. Owing; to the serious Illness of Two fine 10-ajre( lots lying on Indian mile west. PoHtolllee and school near.
miles south of Fort fierce
very River 1 t on a
bridesmaid wore white organdy, too small to notice, but It grew: and of Inn( fruit land
was Judge Whitlock, of Courtenay' the base Five acre very near
andie winds from the North (
aimed with lace and ribbons developed The fine cool goal( l shell road. Knch lot has : *) feet
until terrific electric storm little for
a station from which given
grew ball that was to have been played ( a was
driving all mosquitoes game river frontage Illnh hlulf covered with
are
like the bride's dress. and the away ,
hours
and It rained two between the Courtenay and Indianola both section houses) coonltilog beautiful
for
and hardwood timber.
Irs. Brooker Is one of Petersburg'si. wind shifted to every point of the compass Saint Lucie Is becoming famous as a clubs wee postponed. The Indianola palms young peach orchid of 100 tries, mostly

.) most beautiful daughters, and will keeping the housekeepers busy beueenter. Mr.l'oppletonshipped eleven boys went over and played the Cocoa oranges, grapefruit No better location tangerines; and the pine.river In bearing, bore a flue crop this year;

live an acquisition to Jupiter's society.t. shutting windows. It was a grand rain, barrels In one day. club Instead" At the close of the game apples. each on fruit good size and exceedingly! ;: itchflavor '
*IOOO.OO for lot.
Brooker is a popular and promisingnng : and did a great deal of good.: Sunday has the score stood 11 to 7.1 in favor of Cocoa. at any price. A little house near station always .
Chase returned here
Miss Kul tlie C. T, McC'Airrr
In ,
gentleman already prominent several showers and cool weather. < bad{
had ,
month.
we after a enjoyable visit. of a few days That was" not so considering the Ankona P'la. rents for $1 or $100 per
very ,
mess and politics, and has a brilliant Uondty dawned with a grand old short time our club has been organized, Kxpert: pronounce this soil pjitlcularly
with Mrs. C. S. Bjuney of Ankona.
| before bin All of this comraun- and the weather ,
-
nre northeast wind blowing and the very little practice they get. adapted to grape culture. Price by ad 1
joins In wishingtbla young couple all ever since has been very cool and de Rlcon .fcO'Brien, the well known nab Application fur Tax Deed.NOTfK dressing. "DOX 10"

Bible happiness and prosperity. lightful. We hope the backbone of summer dealers, were pleasant visitors A few Look IMeuaant. IMeuwe. lUrdeevllle.FIa.
the Indian River Boat and
is at
day.
broken.
ago
: ffl UKRKBY!: INKS: THAT K. U
All Were Saved. !Launch Company'yard inspecting their Photographer C. C. Ilarlan, of Eaton, purahuMraf Tee. C'crtlttimt N..
T'liio Fur Sule.
Dade County Land for Sale. fine new launch, with which they expressed 0.. can do so now, though; for years hecouldn't Uat.(lnuiil tlM sth la!of July A.l.. Islet. A Home
For years I suffered such until misery great satisfaction. because he suffered untold agony hat flied, .Rid! o0rtlflcat my omce, Slid hasnubia -
.'. II.Johnson kfipllcatlnn fur tax deal 4. Issue In aocnrUam >
writes ,
|m bronchitis
A model southern borne In South end
the worst form of Indigestion.All .
For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof from ** with l I..w. Hultl eertlrtnaut ftuibro
pJrooghton; Oa., "thatoften I was one of section 3. town- physicians and medicines failed to the following dronrllwd proi>.rtjr ItuaMil InHrvvard of Urevard' county on the Indian River,
|) to work. Then when everything southeast quarter Shatter all Record Fnltla, to wit Part l.otl }
,
41 east close to blm till be tried Electric Bitters, County In tie center of the pineapple) belt. Nice
failed I wholly cured by Dr. ship 38, south of range ; help M.l. H by Urttt.and !N. by MoCall, H es. IA,Town-
was O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Twice In hospital, F. A.Oulledge,Verbena which worked%nch wonders for blm that chip TT ... Range e" K. The said land being amuid 0-room dwelling and out-buildings. Ten
Dg's New Discovery for Consumption. Lucie RI't'er.ro acres. Ala., paid a vast sum to doctors to he declares they are a godsend to suffer si tb. ditc*of tlM Imiuanc of ....,h o..rtllW acres ID fruiting pineapples; 40 orange
t wife suffered Intensely from asthma St ; In the nuts of Vm.Oivr*. 1'nle.e.aid o.r* 11m.. and
the northeast quarter of north- cure a severe cue of piles causing 24 tu ers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles. eat lemon, grapefruit trees-most
I it cared and all our experience Also, tm<*aM aball I* redeemed afloonllnK to law, tax
her tnedie east quarter of section 18, township 38, mors. When all failed, Buckleu' Arnica Unrivaled for diseases of the stomach dad will l.nii. th..r.on on the Mtn Jay of Be.>- all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards
M to show it Is the best croup south of 41 east; on south fork of Halve soon cured him. Subdues Inflammation liver and kidneys; they build op aud give Minlwr, A. l>. V H. and lower garden Will b4t sold ate
| In the world." A trial will convince range aches kills the whole them.Only Witness my oitlrlal. signature/ soil Mal Ibis the bargain. For full particulars address r
40 Apply to conquers pains. new life to system. Try
l It I Is unrivaled for throat and lung St.: Lucie River; acres. 29th day of Anga. ,A.l. Itsu.e.al ton n
and (;BA" II. WALTOX, Best salve In the world. 23 cts. at B It. 6Oc. Guaranteed by B. R. Wilson [ .1 A A.BTKWART.
bottles 60c '1.al 'unllle
eases.bottles Guaranteed free at Wilson Son'i. Tltusvllle' Fla. Wilson &: Son's:) drug store. t !Son, druggists.! Clerk Circuit Court Bi.T.r



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j thing In the gloom hanging over her "'ftIa *THJ! EAST COAST OF FLORIDA

dear mistress and herself that was r. IS FABADIM RBCAIMBD." 1I1tt,1

I,, constantly bringing up the melancholy I i : J

:I stranger she bad met on Tower bilLOne ,.- 1wIy. -,. I.
: day she was Informed that John

I t, I v wished to see her and when she went FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
IYfda to him he offered to supply a saw with .
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which she and her mistress might remove

I two of the bars at the window of LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 190Z
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the room they occupied leaving sufficient .

space for Lady Jane Grey'to pass A 80UTMBOMO -READ DOWN. NORTH80UND.gEAD01la

through. John promised to be !In the
...... No 18
court at the appointed hour with man' i 3 311 .MAIN LINL' No 121-
attire assist the noble lady from the D&11y P5117 DAti, DAI:

window and after she had donned the f co ,,:oISaLv' ....;................ ... ..';..................Ar 7W1) :--.
II
clothes show her the way out of the a Ly...................anJ...lIeonYlI1........,...... ....Ly B OJ 0a 101 I
t 1)11018 p
15 II.'A .......................8" AUKU.U"........................ 1110 /te
h .. Tower grounds. /5P1202p.pl1,, ........................ .BaeUn"........................... 81/p P//8 011. 4
Oranges require 8 to i o per cent of Cicely hastened to propose the planto t.f CO P ........................Za.'PalattL...................... .. 4 r f
'[) I 83 pitl .,....................... N. ....................... .. 4 tel\\I ,
the prisoner. The offer was refused. N d 40 101 ....................Buunells.......................... 4 '
Actual Potash. Lady Jane Grey relied upon such of q CSt p P .......................... upoo........................... a CS7" :
} adherents w y 191 p fUP ................., ...... .Ormou.......................... t H': ,e e3OP .
1 her as had not bean arrested o ..................::.. >>. toO""' ....................... fSP 1123.
1 The value of Potash for oranges to do all they Could! for her and did 1991 tOla ........................PorlOran Ra........................ if
.00 j .......................New 8my rn.................. .... 9 4 71' ual 1
is an established fact. We have not wish to embarrass them by an at. ....... I41p..........................0.1t Hili......................." at" 4.....
which .............. Tltu..m... ............... ... 6i 6iN
i some interesting pamphlets on tempt would likely be a failure. \V ...... 111 p ...,....... Up...... .. ,
io 1 ........ .. ......................... 13 .. I
t j, orange growing, which we send But the Duke 'Northumberland: s '1 'eap ... ::: .::.:.:. .:.::1LoCocoa. ..........................::'j. IOp p. .......: ilf1)01P 'I IotI
all was In prison and there was no one ...... 490P ...:.:::::::.:::..:::....Eau Oal1\e........................ to p .... "y).
free to applicants else ..E! ...... .. as" .........................Melbourn........................: ....:::iV. k
aid the condemned. The
p Y'I GERMAN KALt WORKS to day O ......: eu,. ..........................8.b..U.n.. ........................ 6H a ..... "
of execution came at last and Cicely, N:4 ....... 003p ..........................8t.Lo.le.......................... 11 Olin.'.. ... f i
ek 93 Nutiu St., New Vork. with dressed .. .... tOp .......................,.Fos Pleroe....................... / a ..;.
streaming eyes her mis- ..:.... ........................tvbtteclcy......................... a "....=
.no tress for the last time. The Imageof Tri-Weekly Sailings OY ....... e41n :................... ....Tlbbaie... ....................... i1 a ....... f Gfi
;......O5p ....................:::.....Ed.n...:: .. ... i
John had
Free and Gaunt ,who proved so O ....... eGO p ...........................Jen.pD.... ....................... 1021. .::...
kind, so thoughtful offering to risk his BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ,. ....... 7001) ......................... ...8tnar&..: .1114. ....... ,i
........ tjound...................... ,
-. Accented Masons. life to> please her, at times ....... 79oP.......... .Hope II 41a ..... "
came up ....... 15 p ................WeB'luplter........................ 089x..... f:
before Clcely, alternating with thatof Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) JII ....... 810p....................W..t Palm J1eaott..................... 8118. ....:. k I
her stranger lover : John seeming .... 8 sop ........................ .:Boynton....................:'.... seas ...... p

Indian No. 00Titusvllle typical of \ ope, the ,stranger typicalof The Finest Steamships in the- COastivise Service ...:BS..1030p: .... ", '

1, '. despair __ .. :::: ::. ::::::
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tt River When nil was ready the mournful The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. :BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 83 AND 78.

procession proceeded from, the prison -
Direct Service Between
p : i, ; Lotje.! f'Y\ Florida to Tower bill where waa gathered an BRANCH LINES SCHEDULES.No. .

r Holds or.h Jt,. uievtmin the.eeond.nd( fourth Friday ... immense U -ong'. Cicely supported her Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
month ai the late Tit ;
Armory? .. Pd,.4 PAI.ATKABiiAWOlI. No.48 No. 48
49 7Dally No.
.T i rile at 1:3: n'ntock p. in. mistress, aiding her to mount tho stepsof B7 N .5ST5T7 No.63Dully No. BODally No,$4 NIR
I I t J. it. Walker, Woralilpfur. Mater. the scaffold. There stood a muffled (Calling at Charleston, S. O.i, both ways) Dally. Dally D.ly Daily Dallynr Ually Ddb
J. L. CiuTuthem Senior Warden I a v. .. 33 4 30 11'< a f.r Palalk* Ar SO aB a- 4 6
BEMl-WtKKr.V 8 U LINGS V P D Ql
figure leaning on 'ax-,, Cleely looked p 0
1 T.J. M.M. Dixon Suhder..lunbr, Tnannrer.Warden. on Southbound.....,*. ........:... ... .. ..... ..........t. ........from Lewi Wharf;.'Bo ton 80 8 0p 4 co plia OS p 64JMo. Ar B.PalalkaLT 00 a. A M a t9 90 p 0 0) p /I
t t F. A. Morgan, secretary' from ber inlsticss'! to the,;.fcea.of! up- Northbound..,,.t..I t................. ? ....... .....from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville
I f J.:A.:Hufthe*,C'liaplaln. turned faces and there among them,: : 67 No.45Daily BAN MATEO'BBAJTOIT. No.4lialij 8 N

.l. J. H. Screxen, Senior Dtoaeon. was the syrupnthetle! 'fuc* of John (

p'i I f S II..'0.K.Vanland Minn Jr.ngliam, Junior, Senior Deacon.Steward Gaunt. 'When her eyes wore4 turned Clyde St. Johns River Line. JLn 5 p a 5 SO 10 it a Arfi.tur'y Lv........ ......._....FttStPalalfca inn Mat<-o. ........................._..Lv Ar |I 8 e is 8f a a,' 1
g l F.M.Taylor,Junior Steward. '
agnln-to her mistress, \Tiaras; kneel (UeBary Line.)
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1' W. Hoberti
I I Tyler. lag before tbe block. Th 'luumed fig. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: ( AND SANFORD. No. 19 No. IT IIVXPOHTB&ANOit No. 6 No' 18Dally No.20tN I ,rl,

lire threw oft his cfoak, and there Stopping at Palatka Aitor, St. francl. Hare.for lly bail= 48 yt y 1 1Tio
stood tbe of "Toner bill! on tb.St.Johu'jiKivur.STEAMER only
stranger
T T T55T803p 9 84 Lv Jacksonville Ai T 0a 8 40
THE STRANGER ; 43 f 97 a al Ol pi i SJ5 j>' !I UP
Cicely fainted und was banded down "LOUISI Capt. C. II. BliOCK.IS j t p / B3po B3 p 9 88 a SJaokean'l1e LvFbio eta a 8 32 a 17 of p) ; 6 C3 p Hip I IP33p
Into the arms of John Gaunt. \Vben"he' APl'UINTED'fU: SAIL A9 FOLLOWS i G 9O p 7 O4 P 30 p 1 40 p to 19 a" Hcaah 6 20 a 8 00 a14O tiaoimio
'V OF TOWER HILL Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville .... .... .. .. ...TnriMlay and Saturdays .at B:*o p."m. as p 7t9P 33p149p in 15 i Allan tlo Bob 91Sa T 65 aT Bap
came to herself, she threw her Leave Sanford. .. .;. ........ ...... ..... .. .. ... ....Mumla).and Iburwlay.at atJO a.m.Gen' 113p80P Hp te3p tooph010. Ar Mayport Lv ft OO n 40a lopiiflpl
arms about his nock and wept. Dixie Flyer Rout* Sleeping C rep.j" ted on train 1 and 93.Ho. .
&- .,.. ALICE HYDE D..umOUn. ].Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.

I I + IOrlsrlnal.1 A.C. HAOERTV, Kaafn PM Alft. F.M. IRONMONGER"R..4 .tO.n"a".. Agt. 11 BA.NFOHU No. ,' No. 3 I No. tDaily ORANGE CITY No. 2 N.4
( In tho of I 1211' f
reign Bloody Mary there li tate St., New' York I :get Went Hay St.,Jaukioavlllo FIft.THO8. 11.111' D4ANCU Dally BBANGH Dully Dd
lived near Tower bill In TO.CUIIK A COLD IN ONE DAY D-HALEY, Local Freight Agent I I C. P.IOVKLL. .A...,. ria. Bupt., _
London an foot ItoicanBt.,JacksonvilleFla. I Foot >f 'w"> ,+t., ./.ck onTHl.,Tla. 7 OS ....!' tuaYL!!'...... 3 09 p |IO 10 a ILV..N. HillTina..Ar. 2 p
1 .armor maker named f'ronin.' Ills I Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. JOHN. U HOWARD, Superintendent. Font Hogan St,JaoluoiivUlu., Via.THKO. T 18 a tT.' ......Mima. 7 3.9 p 11 21 a ,|Lr..Lake' Hplen..Lvi 1 31,5 p 4t0j
1 O. KftRK' Goral Ma.mitor. VVM. I* CLVItfe. .: 10. (neral Agent S 83! L'P.' ..... ...... 55 Pll 00 p ,,11 89 a LIT.' OranK" Cltr..Lv I Q3 II 424p
)home was kept for him by hi* only All drugglsllIl'efund tbe money if !It ails .CheaebrougH Building ll State St., Opposite 1I.'terl'arll.. Now'York. 868 Lr..Knt ore.e..... = 14 00 p lI 111 43 a Ur.Oranga: City Jot.Lv 1 19 P 4101)
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1 to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on 080 It A" S LrtLviIt ,
,,4a $ 'daughter, Cicely, who was of ail extrcmoly C. II. WALTON. Agent TIt.. ville, Fin.
II1 gentle and each box 23cts. These Tine Tables show the. times at whl trains may be .,.peot,,<'1 to arrlv. and dmrt I
disposition/ wltbuli -- tram the(over..!nation. but their arrival or departure at the time itatod U not iruanntiiii I
so, tender hearted that she would go nor does the Oocapaay bold IWeK reaponalble.for any delay. or any oona.queaee arl rug Um.I

out of her way to mold treading ou it Th. Ilo .* !. u..ra' Ev.* if D..d. S'E <> :R.I> trom.

t worm. She was beloved by her la.tbt'I" The whale can be put to a great J" Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.

'1 '>> uHuUtunt: : John Gaunt a plain number of uses when dead as can .; AIR LINE RAILWAY. .
BETWEEN MTATVfA. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
honest youn ll'l1owho was respected also the horse, the various parts of .

d>J W by nil who knew him. Cicely was which are utilized as' follows: Hair of \ I 60UTfBOII; }lD. :rJOR upOC'Np.

''c I fuvorublyidisposfd to.John (Gaunt but ,mane and tall for haircloth, stuffing Capital City Route. "fl.m".Hon.. w......*................?t OIj Lv.IravanaTne.Thun..108t I
T .d did not entourage; bilL milt. Indnd she mattresses and making bags for crush. Ar. Key \\..t.Turo. Thun.,.11 80 pAr. Kry We'.Tn...Timrs.. ... ..... .... IlOpY.
did Ing, seed In oil mills, etc; hide1 and skintanned The Shortest R >ute. L Key West.Tn... Thun.t. 7 89 pLY. Key West. Tu. .Thurs ..... ......... 1 0p:
i not know hur nilud und wits fearful tables Ar. K..vanA. WH. V t........ & 1101Ar.! lflama.] Wed.. Frln.................. 60 lXr.
for leather for covering The Best Llr
of wounding him. e.
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For of Local Time Card add
: copy any.jAgent
etc.; tendons Ufed> for glue and gelatin;
11 One uiodi.iirf she wits going Ur the Only line with Double Daily Service; Including Sundays to .
Thames to get: u bucket of water und flesh for food) for dogs, poultry and J. D. RAJI1TEE, Asst. Gen. Pace. Agent. ST.AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Ae d while i>ussin over Tower hill she met man; fat used for lumps etc.; intestines SAVANNAII:: COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN:! TINES, RICHMOND,

B man sauntering nloiitf pensively, os used fur covering sausages making WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PIlILADKLraiA( NEW YORK,

J though bo burn some ve'ght'upon! his gut strings etc.; heart aud tonguefor WIT I'ULMAN'S. BKS.T. CARS. r:: ,.,..u.,.. __._ ___,-
4 'i mind. Cicely was captivated by tbestruuger'lI food; boots for e'tc.gelatin prnsslate, The Florida. and Metropolitan Limited a olil! ventlbulerl train, St. Augustine and
fancy/ snuffboxes bones for knife
i iM h appearance and\ especially ; Jackiioovllle to Hew York, cortslsilnRof: Dialog;, Compartment, Composite, FOR. '
cettaln sombeineon about him handles, phosphorus superphosphate .
by a Observation Drawing; Room Sluepluj Curs '
i of lime and manuie blood for R.li Kmond Washington Baltimore
d ,j At the mouicnt they passed each other ; manure Only line operating dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleans
and shoes for for old Iron. Philadelphia Boston
the Tower clock struck II. Cicely ret < reuse or For sleeper reservations and further information write Atlanta

14'' tnemlered the hour and the next dnj>y Spare ,momenta A. O. MAcDO Ef.t.; A kt. Oen. PitS! Ajft. Jacksonville, Florida.J Asnt/-Ule Chattanooga Loul.vlll.
she found herself Impelled to take her M. BARR, R. E. L. BUNCH Cincinnati !;t. Louis Kansas City

t 11 bucket shortly before 11 to ko again tg \n lIae"eD. I. V. 1*. & O. M., Gen. 1'aas. Agt.rOKTSMOUTH Detroit Cleveland Plttebur

1 the Thamesfor water, though .1I1t, ..."go you don't know whether you VA.' Chicago etc.
x. \ want to to work noU"A'W'el1.
1 would not acknowledge to herself flint go or -. .
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suh, Mr. ErastusPlnkley
i' she did so In that hopo of meeting; the answered
d v stronger. Sho did meet him and thllt '"I'd "like do refusal ob de job MONTEAGLE TENNESSEE. theSOUThERN
little while ;
'111'.l' I time In looked at her with his &.I1l'lirit a"I ,
I 4 choly eyes and said: YW.I. I "Itut 1 need somebody right away." ,

I. "If you are going: to the river for water I "In ilat case I'll have to let it go by. The Resort of the Cumberland Mountains.Situated .
I'zo Jos' bought a policy ticket an' I'll
1. ,I't t ; I \\ould gladly curry your buck. v RAILWAY
I ( I I hatter walt till aftuh de drawln' to see
et" the and St. Louis
on the line of Kashvllle Chattanooga li'y.
., .; I "It is very light" said Cicely blush- whether I'zo gwlne to work at all or
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,( I Ing. "It will be heavier when It !is. -Washington Star.
Route
full." Dixie Flyer ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

I Tbe TI.... Honored .paD"... .
t Tbe stranger spoke with so soft! a
t, i voice and so respectfully that Cicely Once my slater Floy was sent on an Excursion tickets sold from all points in B'lorUU. For Illustrated Book, The Southern's Palm Limited
errand for some things for mother.
consented,. and ho walked with her to my matter rates schedule other Information The Washington Richmond and
There was a traveling man there descriptive ,. and
the river. She) purposely! told him that
$. her father was Cronln. the armor maker who' waa! selling carpet spankers and write to, or call on. Florida Limited

t } where she lived and all about herself he'"Has asked your ber:mother got one of these I. .E:. J. WALKER-, Florida I'assenger Agent, The New York and Florida Express
I hoping that this would cause him '
West
spankers? 21J:! Bay Street JJcksonvtlle.Fla
to be'equally frank with her. but he TO THE CAST.
aid nothing of himself and all Cicely No; sir she replied" C. E. IIA.RMAN, Oen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH Traffic Manager.

could get fioiu him was that he was "What docs she use? he asked. i Atlanta, Oa. Na liville, Tenn. The Chicago and Florida Special
E employed nt the Tower. Nevertheless "Her band; was! tho prompt' reply,- __ ____n_
Chicago Chronicle. I .- The
Clcely went home with ber heart In aflutter I Florida. LimitedTO

Th. Heat Prescription for Malar I THE NORTH AND WEST.
t ,1 Then clime the revolt against the Chill and Fever I. a bottle of ( rove', Mantle Coast Line .

t t,.. legitimate sovereign, headed by the Tasteless Chill Totrio. It la simply Iron R'y
Duke of Northumberlnud and aided by and quinine in a tasteless form. No Pullman via
I Sleeping Car Line Cincinnati
Jacksonville to
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Cure Xo Cure. Piloe&Outs.
his Lord Gulltord ,
son Dudley to place Asheville
,, through "The Land of the
Sky.
tho blttt' ;'S wife Lady Jane Grey on The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated U

e >Uo throne One day Cicely saw armed Ilia Favorite Remedy, To the East Via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line runs over Its own rails to connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway
r :, men hurrying/ past her house to the fam"1I1," eafd Tommy, "does sugar Pullman
'. savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington ; thence via Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
Tower from which suddenly burnt ever cure anybody of oll.thln61.1 (?" Pennsylvania Railway. trains.
j forth\ the smoke of cannon. The advancing ""'\ do you ask my boy' ?"
1'' host stormed the fortress "I thought I'd like to catch it." said To the West The LAN' via Montgomery.: Ask AIr Ticket. via South ra Railway. C.r e.pcedenoe Solicited.
tt The M. & O. IUI1 way via Montgomery
swain the moat and placing bidden Tommy.

against the violin attempted to scale To the East t via Steamship. Via Savannah nnd Ocean S S Co., for New York,
them nil' In vain. The nssuult was JL A Wry She II... Philadelphia anti Boston via Savannah and Merchants Miners H. F. CAREY, PU. ft*. Afffc, JOS 'W'. Bay SU J ck oavlfl.. FU.

failure The men who advocated the Inquisitive Neighbor bear that Transportation Company for Baltimore.To .
pretensions of Lndy Jnno Rrey to the your sister Is engaged.' Is that true} Key West and Havana via Port Tampa! and Peninsular A. Occidental Steamships S. H. HARDVICK. V. H. TAYLOE,

'* throne were driven ot!:. and her cause Small Hoy-I dare say. She generally Court Pueeagtr Agent Aj't G.aT Pan. Af-t,

t was lost. is. SVMIVI3i1rL: :: 'c t7Z .I5TS: : TXOD::.ETS Vimhlnjtoa, D. C. AtUnt G..

f Soon after Cicely was notified that will be on sale throughout: the Northern' Eastern Western and Southern States to 3--_ 15. 19011.
an attendant was wanted for a distinguished It is every man's opinion that he all SUMMER 1i.ESOItT3, via the Atlantic Coast Line, during! the season of 1002,

prisoner nt the Tower a would have been a great man had be limited to return until Nov. 31st, with liberal stopover privlled es. 1

woman In distress who needed some lived fifty years ago.-Atchlsou Globe.DON'T Addresses of parties In the north sent to the ,undersigned! will be liberally sup
t p, ono to watt upon her and soothe her. plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

She followed the messenger who led For Information as to rates sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE,

her to n room where tbo prisoner was .....'in"" ....". !,.....,. .,, .. FRAXK C. ROYLSTOtf, J. A. TAYLOR,
;.' .confined the LadyJan Grey. Commercial Agent.: Trav. Puss. Agent.3 Patented in the
United Canada
States 'Great Britain and
,1 She whose bend had been risked to WAIT JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

win I a croMii was noon to lose that 1'. M. EMERSON, H. M. EMERSON, W. J. CRAIG PRICE $.&.00 and $3.00 EACH Should Builder III 'b i r *
If knew how scon.s'EMULSION be used Boat
t i bead upon tho block. It become the you Traffic'Manager. Asst. Traffic Mgr. Gea'l. Pass. Agent by every

I work of tbe tender hearted Cicely to would build you WILMINGTON H- C.WORJVES In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.

(comfort so far na she could the noble increase For Sale byTITU9VILLE .
weight -------- ---- -- -- ----
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lady who though scarcely out of her

i teens was cutlet! nimn to play so tragic strengthen your weak throat WHITE'S CREAM Jas. Pritchard & Son .

a part. Cicely rend to her prayed with and lungs and put t you in Condition VERMIFUGE FiEiDA

: b.x. often could not help weeping with Tor next winter SEE TUE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILD
i you ptatleQwnntr. awtla Q.allw.
.. her-In short, proved the companion
I needed to the condemned would begin to take it now.
that was keep
lady from despair during the trying Send t for 'tn-e >-nmpl! and try U For 20 Years Has Led aU Worm RcmesieslIRY! THE ADVOCATE OFFICE
BOWNU.: Chemist. JOB PRINTING
SCOTT :
r d petlod. So occupied was the armorer'sdaughter fcitrl bireet. Nework.. BOLD: :};3Y .A.EoEo: : :aFtr43eCiXBTB. ,
that she never once thought _.& 409413 ae and, .":,,.... __ ..:rv print all kinds of Commercial: Stationery Wedding Stationery Cards, n11'!' *
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TITUS VIIXE.ONTHMiyUIANRIVER.. ,-

SUMMER SPIR> AS.Splriros APHORISMS.Ton The Walton '
Self-Locking Pulley Block.
:MAN:: :RIVER: :: :aO'I'EJ: : : .
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...., Bloom From Jan to S never lift up a life without bcln g
t..... _>>rl.tlv. New and Old. yourself lifted up.:-Emerson.: .-

TITUSVILLE It would be very: bard to get along To ease another' heartache Is to foi. PATENTED IN THE UNITED STATES and all CIVILIZED COUNTRIES.This .
without Bpirtea One of the very first get one's own.-Abraham Lincoln
flowers of In the shrubbery isSpirwu
spring It Is ever true that be who does notl.
FLORIDA. tbunbergll, the one with wil- tog for 'other does nothing for hluiseli SELF-LOCKING TACKLE BLOCK which has Just been

lowlike leaves and small white tlowers."Following -tiOethe.'Tie patented in all the civilized countries throughout the world, will
this la the fatuous old bridal
far better to love and be poo hoist and lower like\ any block and tUt'kle.an(1 WILL STOP ANI
1 wreath (Splra-a reeveslt), and after this
J. G. BAST Proprietor.. If one has a collection of dozen varieties than be rich with an empty heart' LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed Soft Rope' Wire

he need not be without splriea Lewis Morris. Rope or Chain can be used. Nothing to get out of order,any person

A flowers from early spring till October. 'God doesn't care for what I.I on the I rannxeit. NO CLEAT NEEDED< The BUIII device in used in

I DUCK SHOOTING. A lovely( one for summer flowering outside/ lie cares for what I.I Inlll<1o.- 1 Cheek and Deck Blocks.( Will hoist, lower anil'look; at will, from(

I 9 ; 1. I t! ; and FISHING (Splrieabumalda) Is a Japanese specie Rev M Babcock. below or at.any: height, upside down or at any angles. an ounce or 23
and much to be rocomiuended. Its Fruitless I I. sorrow for having lone I tj tons according to the sUe arid shape of the tackle block. Only one
amiss if it Issue not In resolution t
a
ID late
ftl'st'crop of flowers produced
rope chain or wire rope is used at a time. Th* .ame pulley does for
Rates: $2.80 per day June. They are In almost flat bends,. do BO no more.Bishop Ilorne.
The each There is no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger, Attachment -
rose or deep pink In color and usually next time yoil are discourage
to this device.!
$10 and $12 per week! are In such profusion as almost to hide just try encouraging some one else and !
the foliage. It is more than usually foo If It will not cheer you.-J. fl. MM. The Self-Locking Tackle Block Is necessary' for Yachts and Vessels

valuable because there la no other species ler.. o( all kinds, Bridge and House Building' :, Aerial Trolley, Rail

JACKSONVILLE. oC the same habit and color, nnd Sfu Is never at a stay. If we do not roads, Quarries Lumbermen! 'areholll'l'S, Masons, Foundries' Marine Service, t

for the additional reason that if the retreat from It. we shall advance In It. Mine, Machine Shops Steamboats!' Stage ::;"eut>ry, Painters, Circuses, Breweries ,

flowers,, are cut off as they fado a new and the further on we go the more we< Wells, Stables Harness' Rooms( Butchers Tanneries, Slaughter Houses' "

crop will come. In fact with care to have to come back.-narrow. Factories of all kinds; for nun In hoisting ashes!: and for forms and plantations
VA HOTEL JACKSONVILLE.'FLA. cut oft dead blooms there need be nota ,
Kind looks, kind words kind acts
I Fire Escapes, Fire Departments, Riggers' Can also be used! in the Protection
day from the advent of the first blossom -
and warm hand shakes--these are sec
to October without a Dower. ot"'o when of Fruit Trees and gathering of Fruit and Vegetables, stretching! wires and
men are
ondnry moan
Anthony Watcrer, bearing almost In trouble and afV(fighting their unseen! ropes of all kinds Hoisting! Flags/ Dumb Wallers. Elt.'vllttlrs. Mill Boats of all

Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- crimson flowers. Is a distinct and beau- battIes.-Dr.JohQ) HalL kinds, Awnings Tents, Blinds, Bicycles, Electrio Light purposes' Sash! Lights,

tiful kind. In Meat\ Markets and Stores of all kinds, Hunting Camps, and Private Houses,
novated. ,Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .'.. Mentioning the cutting.away of the for 11 Chill. from the kitchen to the bed room. In fart, It can be used with great utility
.
Ratos $2.50 per day and up. dead flowers of these spiraeas remindsme However slight at tbls time of year and wherever tackle!, block Is needed It save time money and labor, as no tyingor

to say that there are two or threesorts In this climate, it Is the forerunner of mahula. fastening of the rope or' chain to cleat, anything else, IK needed.

B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. of this genus,with handsome, up .\ disposition! to :yawn and an all All kinds and all sizes can be u&od either ashore or aboard ship, and will _
pplkea. of pink flowers,
right flngerllke
tired out feeling/ even comes before the
not cost mufeli more than the ordinary pulley blocks. WALTON'S: PATENT
and these are mainly summer bloomers. chill. Hcrblue by Its prompt Btlmulatlve -
Panlculata, nobleana douglussl and action on the liver, drives the mala- SELF-LOOKINO TACKLE BLOCK I. similar in shnpe, weight: and size to the
JSTMORELAND HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streets.FLA llndleyana are some of them. These rial germs out of the system, purllius the ordinary pulley blocks In every day use, and is made In different shapes and s

; flower from July till September and blood, tones up the system and restores sizes to suit all purposes. There Is absolutely nothing to get out of order. It
when properly understood bloomingmay health. 0o.. at B. It. Wilson & uu',". has no springs wedge teeth or trigger and soft
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and ( rope; rope chain and wirerope
open- be prolonged by a little pruning, The Atmrntiulndeil; X Prol..or. can be used in the same block.A .
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water performed as soon as the first flowers of the block be the EAST
At a session of the German relchstnsan sample pulley may seen at [ COAST ADVOOATKTHiisvllle '

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or, depot. All of fade.the The shoot cutting will cause back strong of about ones half to abficnttnlnu'ed member( Ilerr Wlclv OlflcO! Fin. .
mann. cr'lItt"d'no little amusement J WALTON
street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. break from near the base, and from lie was calling the roll, and upon Inventor of? ,
the above Tool
these good flowers como lato In the sea. ; also.Patent Calking for Bout, Etn.Olllcesz .
reaching his own name bo paused for a
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. New York Boston AIIl11'ltunllltt. Fla.
Naturally nono came. Th'nho
eon.While mentioning kinds I would say response. .
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called! the name more loudly, waited --- -
that the old sort (roevesll. especially In the ._____ ___
a few seconds and roared It out at U n
Corner Main and Adams Ste.JACKSONVILLE .
JW VICTORIA Its double form Is still Indispensable.The .
HOTEL ) top of his voice. The laughter of his II Official Supply house of The Illinois Fishermen's Association..
FLA. double flowers are much more lusting
& colleagues finally aroused him to a

Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 per called than tot'the for elnglo decorating! ones: imrpORoa.and\ are more But sense of the ludlcrousness of his act The Chicago Not and Twine Co.
and be Joined In the general hilarity.
day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to f 1.00 each person. for gracefulness of habit thoro la one Manufacturer of-
(Van Houttel) very much superior to '
it. MU ltr.ota ,Philanthropy. H
BIXLER Proprietor < ,
it. The brandies droop gracefully, j
*
"Ah 1u"e to' tie man. said
pot 1.
which when loaded with their white
SEMI ItEEZIL flowers make the bush that bears Charcoal Eph' In one of his plilloopblcal hj
turns, ".dat donate er thouaan'dollabs
them one of the very prettiest of the >
t' tic heathev fund ob tie fnslilonablo E
season. Joseph Mechnn In Country
ie Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE. Gentleman church wld one ban' nn' raise '
de rents on hIs tenement houses wid S
,
A New amp d e udder Ah 'I pel"* be bettah begin

.r UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. The McKlnley: Early grape, a variety practlcln crnwlln ,fro' do! eye ot> er
it of lust year 'has created a good: deal 1 of needle Mlstab Jackson!"-Baltimore =
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze the most popular summer tot
re- Interest. American Gardening, illus News. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Doicrlptlon.JDenleis'ln S
sort In Florida will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during the trating It, states that "It Is a cross between Preced.nt. : Seine Twine Maitre Cor',Hope, Etc.: tn

summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold'a Orchestra, from New York Niagara and Mooro's Early and lanurlna r Originator of Wholesale l Price direct to the Fishermen
will play daily, afternoon and evening. EJmonlu Mrs. Topnotch I Is what I 70-81-8.J: E. Indiana St. .- Chicago, III.

Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table and attention to their call laipertlucutEudocla Mention: The ADVOOATH in your letter...
every -In what way? __. ___,___n __ __
comfort. Rates $2: to $2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special Edmoull1-Wby, she I* not a Colonial :-.- We are Members of the Illinois FUhermen' Association.

rates for families for the season. Address! C. C. POST, Seabreeze Fla. Y4 e Dame but when she came to the colonial -

'?, reception she had on a more elo- ___ H._ __ __ ___. __._____ _,,___. __ I

SEABREEZE gaut Detroit frock Free than 1'rcsH.any cue of the Dames. IF YOU WANT A...

he Sea Side Inn ,
Cured I'arulysls. --- --- -
(DAYTONA) FLA.
W. 8. Bally.: P. 0 True, Texan, writes:

Opposite Keating' New Casino and PI ,r. This handsome new modern "My wife baj been RtilTetlng live years .Building Lot
with paralysis' In her, arm, when I waspersuaded
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hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach In Florida Is now open for to use Btdlard's Snow Lint-

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining meat, which cured her all right. I .have .
Room overlooking ocean Fine cuisine and service. Terms $7 to $10 per also U8ellt for old sore, frost bites, and or a lot with a'HUtl.DIVO HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY,. -
I skin eiuptlons. It dooM the work." 25o.50o '
week. JAS. n. JOHNSON Js SONS.
.'and #1. bottles at Wilson &: Son'*. LAND FOR AN ORANGE (JIUVK,
[ nter House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona Florida.
PINKAPPI/E PLANTATION or 'I'R tJOJ{ GARDEN ,
Tout of .rt..hlp.
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\Vb"ti a wonuu gives notice hu t .lii- We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking
WEST PALM llEACII. a. has moved to the top tlaor: and there In .
Settler Hooking In but still there I I. room. If
: are you .are
no elevator she begin/ to find who her .

true friends are and when she makes looking this way drop a line to
he It known that she Is boarding out and
Leamington WEST FLORIDA.PALM BEACH, has no meal, served at home *he get JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vic.-rre.ldem., ,

THB :NEW GRAPE ll'KINLET. till nearer the root of the matter, JLORIDA EAST COAST Il'T, ;

W. C. ERNST promises to be a valuable addition to hone one *
Manager.On
the lint" and its introducer writes that The foot of the most HT. AUG HTISF;:. FLA

Lake Worth opposite Postoffice and business houses. Large verandas. "the McKInley Early ripens two week Ingenious, and unexampled piece of. - --.. 'oo __ ._ __ __ __
mechanism In the whole of .
Strictly tlrst-o asll. Summer Rates, $2 pot day. Special by the week. ahead of and the bus Niagara berries la fully like core's as productive ,- mal. structure., ranges tO.nl ::a: .A S a :sr.0- :M & 0 Orq

-- -- Diamond. The bunches ore compact. Stops| the Cough 1117, ... IIID w. asst, JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
firm and will withstand 11811<111n/l./ The
IIENDKIlSONVILLn, :N. C.
Bud work. off cite Cold.
fruit is sweet clear through having no
acid flavor around the lIe(>fl". It I Is fully Laxative Rrnmo-Qulnlne Tablets cure a i
cold In ono day No Cure, No Pay.
IGH PARK PLACE as strong a grower as the Niagara and
IIENDERSONVILLE. C. Price 2: cts. FULL Fug.
should prove to be a good shipper. 1
Corr..td. t1t
OldStone Mansion In a park of fifteen acres. Not.. of the Park. VI.ltor-Go to the proprietor and tell t

For Rooms and Terms address : Seattle Wash., will add nineteen him to make my bill out properly /and EXPRESS [XPAE35

acres Washington park on Union write omelette with two 't'.' and not PREPAID I a; .. PREPAID'
MBS. FREDERIKA S. CANTWKLL. J
bay. at a cost of $Ifl. sH). ouo.
An annual feature recently adoptedat Waiter (n few minute later)-If* all ,,10 I. I 3

I NEW YORK Seaside park. Bridgeport. Conn., Is right now ulr-omelut. 1 htlllng| two ZO '..v'

an "old fashioned garden"One tea. 2 shilling*.-Loudon Tlt-DIt -- r r. --

hundred thousand pansies and ".. \.
120,000:: other bedding/ plant are used l'Ja'lIlclnl1 and J>rujrKl".ts. I. : .69t5I

ew York Furnished Rooms.Well In the EHWX count?(N> J.) park every Ford A Sturgeon a prominent ftlrng J

spring. firm of Becky JIIII Station, Ky., wrirnVe .: I D. .O..z $450
furnished rooms at 19 West 21st Street, New York. Southerners will In the South parks system In Chicago \ were requeued by Dr. n. It. Sntgley I
_
and shrubs Jll'1'blne' for the benefit of our ( _
180,000 trees were planted to send for
find this location very desirable for shopping; and Is in close proximity to all t 1 '
during the past year most of them juntomerH. We ordered three dozen In :
places of amusement. Address: coming from the park nurseries. Daocmber, and we are (rind to any Iler- DfLlVfRrOO l 12. QtS I

) W. 21st New York. From the western prumepade In blue has :even snch great! satlofuotlou Y $
II
Mr*. D. REMLINGER, st.reet. that we have duplicated this order three, 1 $ h
Portland. Me. a good view l I. had on and today we gave your salesman nother W co i rsO bTUeytemporarlly
clear days of the White mountains of order. We bog to say Dr. O. B. Haltrley
New Hampshire eighty mile distant. takes pleanure In recommending Her- Agents for the t'alwt Jlrcwliiff Co.

otel The total resource of the South bins" &:0ct* bottle at B. U. Wilson A -
larlborough parks, Chicago, for the year 1001 wOre ton*. .rr..wa.

$1,303.734 and the spondUure $847.. 1)T -p I
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ke ilyas. re instlpjtlon
232. A bond issue gave 4J0.000.Gardening. : a .
Broadway :a<5th-and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. : h" j iutlng the

400 entirely with electric light. Con' bowels but regular' action cannot be secured until the liver
Room 200 bath Lighted
rooms. ... ; A
Mildew of Ma km lon Vi. r4/ secretes enough bile to make the IntelInesW f

ducted on American and European plans, and U managed uDder the personal Mildew commonly called cucumber execute tlielr natural function -
blight or downy mildew, no destructive oral agitation,eauxd by.calhartlc, U e
supervision of the owner. to cucumbers attacks melon also. Affected /; continual and Increasing: doses to
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. plant may be stimulated with ? adt'dw7r attain the results. n
p of nitrate of oila. The comI'C1SI :
light dressings
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n diseased leave should tie removed and a4

the plants prayed with bordeaux mix. on the ,

Broadway and 41st Street, ture. The vine should be carefully examined lIvtr cures Chills
Hotel Yendome NEW YORK CITY. 'I from time to time In the tore ( wkir- yr w f cav, e I5141 111 and Fever, and every form of

part of the season *o that In COM the ; 4aIItiI /O &N-q: Malarial, Bilious, Remitting and Inter

FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet disease promptly appears Instituted.preventive Bordeaux steps mature maybe !;,4'u'. mining Fevers,and, by going to" the seat of the

1* a tried and proved remedy. trouble, works permanent cure.
rooms $1.60 large room. f:J; and with tbr'etl'
rooms. EUROPEAN FLAN. Good ; Spraying should begin about the middle FIFTY. CENTS Ptif BOTTtl.'IIJ. .

Private bath $2.80 per day and upward. The management I.! under tb. per I of July; and be continued at Interval i 7z
I of ten day as long a. necessary. : Jt. WILSON SOX.
sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, :Maaager.; v .

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i ii ,Il i n c'11 (t cfi3 5 ,o I SHADE TREE.. .. FAA PLANTING. Robbins & Graham Co. --w

l TJ1't1SVILLB, Aug. 27, 1WEditor ) J. 4TCHES
i 'm JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, (Incorporated.)
Ea t Coast Advocate:
41 West Bay Street, PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.This .
From time to time I have noticed the

t j' .' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. deep Interest< you take In the Improvement company owns

Xargest stock la thin section of country.,o and welfare of the East Coast- :Hi:t A JST 3D S, -A FULL LINE OF-

t f4Y''i'' Established la lM8.I" Tltusvllle In particular; also your good
a't> advice In the ADVOCATE of Aug. 22nd, !in the Indian River Country; On the St. ,, d If Pat
P Send for descriptive catalogue. In regard to planting shade trees In '1'1- Watches and Clocks
tusville. Lucie River; at New River and on Bay ,
i f
Allow me to tell you of my experienceof Biscayne. Prices to suit the times.
...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, last year only, not to mention anythingof Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Indorsed Jewelry
the struggle I have had in planting/ and prescribed by m.ftij leading physicians Send for Land List. ,

I Asso's. hade trees for 13 or 10 years previously. throughout the State, for all blood I Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla.
t I r' Brewing Last fall I set out ton cedar trees In front and skin troubles. Hundreds of cases of : and
of lot Julia street thinking then ,
my on ,
: GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN. :
I'' Eczema and other skin diseases have
I + Famous St.Ixjuls Keg and BoLt p cafe from cattle. When the cattle found I President. Actuary.
I them not worth eating, the animals been permanently cured, after many
1 1 I tied Beer.I adopted the plan of rubbing against them, ;rears standing, by the use of Hancock's I Brevard Abstract of Title Go Silverware, 'a
1j I Sold by Messrs.F.A.Lesley and with the result that only two of the ,
Liquid Sulphur. For sale I
j by.
j Y # R.L. Motlow,TltutTllle,Via. cedars are DOW struggling for existence.To WILL TUfeNIBHAbstracts JCSr Mall Orders will receive prompt an
shield a few trees In another lot, 1 I ALWAYS:: IN STOCK.:
t By Mr,R.L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fa.JOSEPHZAPF! B. R. WILSONSON, DRUGGISTS. of Title careful attention.
1 pat up a three-strand barbed-wire fence, .
:" and to my surprise I saw a cow, several TITUSVILLE, -. FLORIDA. -FOtt LANDS IN- SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing
I" limes, actually dividing the barbed-wire ? Brevard
I I'' j t with her horns, going; in' without much County. of Fine Watches and Jewelry. Optical I Goods.

1 I': Sole Agent. trouble, and going: out much quicker as Office under Law Office of 'All work warranted for 12 months. .
RAPE CULTURE.
If trained. As long Tltnsvllle is to be ago M. ROBBINS,

'id*I r West Street used as a stock: farm by outside stock MANDAVILLE
i 010 to 020 Bay TITU8VH.LK, FLA.East G. L. ,.
I t raisers, It Is next to Impossible to make DKFuNIAIC SPIUNOS, FLA., I l I ,
j f f V shade trees grow: In the streets, and It 20 1002..! a 0 atO. =
JACKSONVILLE FLA. August : (
TUB JEWELER AND: OPTICIAN. 1
I will do very little good to keep agitating
I shade trees In the ADVOCATE.: Editor Last Count Ad inmate. I Coast Meat Marks t t FLORIDA.

I :;/ ]Mason's Fruit Jars. It Is a disgrace for any town to have Every year'at this season numerous in- TITUSVILLE Optical OFadliata. Fully,, prepared loft! I

I' I the cattle roaming about the streets, ulrlea to hand regarding! and G. F. DUREN, Agent.
-I ([ come Rape Successor to II. T. _Whaler. all kinds of glasses and spectacles.
1 feeding on all they can lied or reach 1 lathe <<1 Its adaptability for winter feed and """r.IC'
r pasturing E I::
CO cents dozen.
/ PINTS per
,
t yard, resting in front of the Court.house ; for stock. more particularly for -

: : 1 ij' using our pontolnoe for a stable young cattle, hogs and sheep. To all p3...;... :_:;:.
'I P QUARTS, (5ctt! per dozen. during the night: or breaking; store win. inch Inquiries I have to say that for all C'aco t EZI.. :aE.6.C: dti :a O.,
I l dows. also to ladles ,
i They are a danger those mentioned, there Is not another W
\ : J{ 'a GAL. DO cts. per dozen. and children picking: their way'along the crop that can be made on the, southern ,

\1', : !frrj: ,' sidewalks, which are, as a rule, not left farm that will give the same all-round =::s GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
,,
I I In a clean condition animals. tTd ,
I br.the tttlafactl The Dwarf Essex
I : VT3 BUNTING m as Rape. ; {
:, I : f )j 1 1 N 7 I O. T. Only for this nuisance, Tltusvllle would variety Is the most suitable. It can be We handle'PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents/ for NAPES FERTILIZERS

W.r.C r... I. 185 Furniture. compare favorably with any town of Its sown In the fall any time, 6ut the month' We deal exclusively In the above lineof goods and solicit the trade of all consun-
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,f ; ,m'' St. Augustine, Florida. size in or out of the State. The citizens. of September or early In October Is the ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
I i 1tl I ,,11f i would have planted shade trees long before I most suitable time(> put In the seed. bL: .cr.o.;.... E. L. BRADY &: BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
f I I 1 thla had it not been for this Block Some people think the crop Is hard on tDO
I'I' 1't nuisance. Yours respectfully!! I land and will not grow to satisfaction on .cr.o;

j : r''" CUB. F. F13CHKU. any t but good soil. This Is a mistake, as TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA., W. CARROLL
'*! i It Is at home on any of our piney woodland .

$ I SHUTTING OFF STEAM. of the southern States. True, it t ta Is -Dealer In-
i gross feeder and to do I Its best the land
''Ij must be eultaitly fertilized, but the same GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
"Shall we stop our advertising for awhile ,
must be said of Any 'al 1 now? that starts out to make any kind of a Crockery; Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited.Tq."USVnLE .
I I This is that businessmen
t 1 I a question some
: ,,' ," ; l are apt to ask themselves particularly crop:it does not matter how rich the FLORIDA.
coins without the
In the summer, or during what they providing necessary
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food In the of ferlllzer
plant shape proper -
regard their "dull
as wniion.
U h is nothing more nor less than a soil a 1
asked
I / Suppoxe' your engineer' you : obber. Thin holds true In farmingeverwhl'I'e .. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
"Shall I stop putting coal on my fIres,
but how of faun-
; many our
I .Itl'I TITUSVILLE FLA.
1 1If ,
I ere take this into account'? They go on "
'I J Whit would you reply ufier depleting their soil, and Is prepared. to furnish Ice In any quantity-Saeked or loose. Special attention
year ye.tr
1
1 Z "Why.: no-unless you want the engineto paid sacking for Yachts for Fair dealing is sotto.T. .
the {longer thee> go ou In this way the or family use. my (
I"
: l'ij The atop advertiser who thinks of discontinuing ii.ii-etlilllculi.it! will be to restore the T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
IUfue."WIt have been 'ad lost fertility, when they wake up to real
*h 1 DURING: THESE HOT DAYS may ze, the fact of what they have been dung.
vertising no long and so steadily that our
::1. .t pen up one of my bottles of name and specialties are well known, and .
i ; does not follow root such ..
a ,
K.ipo crop !
OLD WINE OU WHISKEY we Intend to advertise again when business Special Attention
and drink to the health and of Is bolter in our line than It appearsto as potatoes or turnips, but It can be in Smokeand
prosperity made to follow almost any kind of crop If Your House Goes up
( bo now; In the meantime our businesswon't
t friends nnd Belt.I .
providing( the land 'Is well plowed and
\ These goods are pure and wholonome. stop.: fertilized, and a thorough seedbed made you loose everythingit GIVEN, TO :MAIL ORDERS FOR-
No neither will the the
engines atop
Unexoelled for richness, strength and ; before sowing. the seed. The need being/ is your own fault
minute the men suspend shoveling inc
li .vor. ROUT. L. MOTLOW, ( al. The point Is, however, that when very small should and be soft applied In the shell week, the or tertlllzer ttn- :I 'I J.rO: :JX1S"U.rnn..Oo.IlIffiolent : : Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware,

4 TITUSV1LLR and COCOA KLA. the engine is to be started again ten to cover the value of the property
before the send. Broadcast-
J t'.r..oi!:: as much will have been lost In days sowing and household effects should bo car Harness and Stoves.Our
six hundred .
I power as has been saved .In fuel or feed. log from to seven pounds tied Rates are not high. The companies

L. A. Ilildrcth Using up'reserve force never'pays. per acre of a fertilizer the best high results.In potash The and we represent are! solvent reliable and lib .- Stock Is We Promptly
} It is a loan, however It may be lookedat. nitrogen;: gives eral. Claims afe promptly adjusted. Complete and Can Fill Orders
o of this fertilizer to be
.I :. Thobuying publlo III l to forget.It proper analysis Don't neglect to take out a policy.
prone
Dernier In and Domestic Brands
Foreign suitable for the crop would be 0 per cent
Is, moreover, much more difficult and Jas. Fri
tchard Son.
SCIIUYLER & BUAXXIIfG, &
bosphorlo acid 8 I per cent potash, and
...of... much more expensive to regain;: a lost customer -
} 3 to 4 per cent nitrogen. If the crop Is TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

4j: Ram Brandies Whiskeys Gins -Money than Maker to prevent Magazine his,straying Chicago.away. planted early, say in September, it Is advisable Correspondence Invited. Postofflce Box 212: ,
to sow It in drills for future convenience -
In cultivation to give best re- Titusville' Florida.PIneapples1 .
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Wlnea, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? stilts, but for later plantings, say November /1 ,

f 'The best whiskey and liquors served by and later, broadcasting the seed is 4 4nota'c"0

t polite and courteous attention. If you are, why not consult your pleas preferred( and In the early spring It cane
ure and comfort and travel by one of the > conveniently worked with the weeder.,

A first cl.iss line of foreign magnificent; ships of the famous and ever The September sowing will bo ready to

\t'a, and domestic clgare.V popular Clydo Line, sailing from Jack- graze[ by the middle November; a time
Honvllle. These fine steamships fitted when pastures are very bare, all through
'AMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited with every modern convenience; the the south. Hogs and sheep can be SEWINe t MINE

L Prompt and careful attention givento staterooms are models of comort, and turned On It almost any time when It Is
the bill of fare is all that could be de ready, more especially hogs, but calves
mall orders, accompanied by cash.L. sired. From all places of Importance and cattle muse be made used to It grad- We solicit consignments of all kinds of Fruits, Vegetables and

A. IIILDRETII, along the East Coast the residents are ually, and never turned ou It when wet. Produce. ,shipments receive attention. Returns
our
patronizing the Clyde Line, and on their Them is an impression road that tho personal
I ,: TORT PIERCE, -. FI.ORIDAm. return from the North many wordsof feeding of this crop to milk cows will made, day of sale. Steuctl or rubber stamp on application.

praise are bestowed upon the Clyde give a strong flavor to the milk. I have
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ships and their courteous officers. The never found it so, but I always take care
f A Rare Chance. servlcetla excellent, and a trip upon one not to feed It until the milking Is done, SOOE3JE dti HvG-HEM.::
r of these palatial and staunch Clyde ships then feed it after the !grain feed, and it
will be a revelation. Early applicationswill will not be In the least injurious to the 21 ROANOKE DOCK. NORFOLK, VIRGINIA.
C+ 11 10-100 ncres, (IliO! feet frontage on secure choice accommodations..For flavor of the milk. Another Impression We are agents for the above Sewing

I Indian and Banana rivers. (!0<> to 700) prompt attention and particulars, abroad regarding: the crop is that It is Machine, and keep a full line of the different -

itrua trees, about half coming: into write to }'. M. Ironmonger, Jr., assistant Injurious to land. The exact reverse Is styles on hand.JOUX ESTABLISHED 187IK

tearing, oranges, tangerines, l grape- j general passenger agent, Jacksonville, the case. True, it requires heavy fertilization
fruit, kumquats, 0 bearing mangoes, Kin. ; or to C. IF. Walton agent, ADVO- to do Its best, but so will any ,/ : R. WALKER & CO.
i ,I 3 bearing avoondoes' 14,0iU( bearing i CATS office, Tltusvllle, Fla.Horn crop, and Instead of injuring the land Titusvllle, Florida. M. Lane & Son
pines,_SIN/< to 400 bearing guavaa,be81des my experience has bten quite the OppOIlI ,

jrrapea, bananas,pershnlllonlla nursery I ite. Any crop that will send its tap root
Lit. In England and Amsrlea.The Bros.
t' ..f about 1,000 sour orange trees readyto down from twelve to eighteen Inches Hodgson
bud, a few peach trees,3 acres vegetable decay of the home {life is to be way In the subsoil In quest of moisture 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

land 4-1 noli artesian well, large attributed partially the Influence on Is certainly a good land Improver, as EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

i wharf drive well, soft water 8-rooin society of the Invasion of Americans those tap roots open up the sub-strata of Marine Railway. Southern Fruit and Pro dllc
I dwelling,store building, packinghouse In the United States home life is. al soil and gives future crops the benefit of
{ tool \ warehouse, 2-ton ice box, General Merchants and Ship Chandlers.
II\ust'i most unknown. The meaning of the this subsolllng, as It were
p i S poultry yard. Fruit this word I have for a good Facilities..
.Special
"home ns understood to Brit grown rape many
}{ t year will bring t|::100 to >100. Rent libers. Is a mystery to Yankees. To n years, and generally turn under what la Commission:) : :Mexclzars-ts.:: : :
from vegetable land will keepupgrove.r. for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing
1 v-- curtain have envied left of II (which Is considerably,as It continually
extent we always
r. A. MCMILLAN keeps sending out sprouts, It Yachts.and Launches. FLORIDA
s home life, anal 1 certainly PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils
Eau Uallie Fla. you your does not matter how closely It is grazed}). .
agree with some of your correspondents Mention the ADVOCATB when writing..
I Land where" rape has been plowed under I IIIANCO(1K'S
Vre You Going North ? that It would bi disastrous for always gives good: account of itself for : Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
{ your country to lose the elevating and the next two or three crops. A good LIQUID SULPHUR cures
refining Influences' of thp home.-An- many people think It does not do well in Prickly neat In one application, at B. I ,
ry If you are, you can buy a first-class, glo-American In I..omonIIIIL: the South. Perhaps In July and Augustthe R. Wilson & Son's drug store. I "
i Or.J: :
7IT: :: S
-.oundtrlp ticket over the Clyde or Mal- heat would be too much for I It, but BROTI3ERProduce : : : : ,

{i ;: t Sory: lines, cheap, by writing, or calling 'we don't want it then, as we have plentyof Dray I lit;. I
Edward I. 0 feet 2 Inches high, ,
at che ADVOCATB oIHce, Tltusvllle. was
other things; but In fall and winter Is -
and It Is said that the tips of his middle when we want It, and that Is the time it Draylng or hauling;of all kinds promptly Commission Merchants.

Clothing Cleaned. I>ycd, fingers extended below big knee does Its best It stands zero weather attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
( : and any amount of abuse and neglect, wood supplied.

""q OVErt FIVE THOUSAND OF W AI..- and conies up smiling when. gets anything ALFRED HADI.KT, Titusville. Florida Pines Our
:: v' E Pressed and Repaired. l.adles'dfeIRt's ton's Rapid Calking: Tools now In use like decent treatment. Specialty.

a specialty. Address, by boat owners in the United States. The yield In tons per acre of It must Land For Sale.
SAM PKRKIXS, Price $4.00 and $8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE be very heavy, but as I have never testedIt

t i Magnolia; Avenue and Oth Street office, TUusvllle, Fla. I could not say, approximately, how 171,' acres first-class pineapple land, 335 Washington Street
: T. O. Box 233. Sanford, Fla. many tons of green feed an acre would desirable front, on .$t. Lucie river, at a ,

FOR CUTS,BURNS OPEN SORES yield but I know It Is one of the most bargain. For reasonable terms write. NEW YORK.

'j Jfif Reading notice ads. on this page Hancock's Liquid Sulphur.at II. R. satisfactory winter crops on this farm. W. W. LrcK:,

.a*Hv. cents per line per week. Wlls6n A Son's drug,store. I C. K.: MCQUARRIE. Tlbbals, Fla. References: Our 35; years record. Chatham National Dank, New York.




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