East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00259
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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7. NO. 3. __ TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY,_SEPTEMBER 11. 10O3. ___.___ ___ __._ PRICE Bo. ", 1
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NEWS -Mr. T. D. Feaster of Fort Pierce -Mr. II. I.. Holmes, of Canaveral, AN AGED MENU. SOME VALUABLE CUPS AMONG THE HOTELS. !C

LOCAL after spending several days at his old was a visitor IB Tltusvllle, yesterday -

of General Interea home Pierce at LuG range. returned to Fort -Miss Maggie: Collins went to Osteei Ran BLUEr, CA!.., Aug. 31, 1911a Interest In the International cup races The AnVOCATIC Is now on file at all P
Topic on Monday.Mr. Monday to visit her friend Miss Lottl was of course keen, notwithstanding the the best hotels In New York city
Editor East Count Advocate: fact that the Reliance was far the better
G. F. Gall
Paddtson of Eau Leonard!. '
Col. A. E. Dick who has had a most
THE ADVOCATE manager of the East Coast Lumber and I enclose the original bill of fate of the boat as demonstrated by her winning the Beach
Holmes and excellent season at Long
In advance. Mrs. R. B. daughterMiss .
1 tOO,50 per" six annum months, .. /Supply the:: first Co.of,the was week.a visitor In Jacksonvll Mamie of City Point ..I'entVed.. rice Greely Connell Arctic Expedition was one of of the which six survl-Mau three Is straight not the races.It value of time batten 01<1slt..er Hotel Long: Beach, L. I., N. Y,, closed. ,
He has
hotel Labor
foreign countries. nesday In town. that makes the races the on Day. renewed 1i
to mug paramount
1,00 per an. -Mrs. M. S. Jones, Jr. and little aon voce of the twenty-flve members of the to all spotting events,out the his his louse of the property. r
of Fort Pierce the '
-Mr. K. B. Ranlerson expedition. This bill original,
[ Reading notice ads. are ten cent who have been spending several week was a visitor in Titusville In Tuesda;; made at the time. Survivor Connell tory that hangs around the cup, which Professor E. Warren Clark of Tallnhassre -

ine on this page. Titusville at Schmidt's Villa Daytona, arrived In and Wednesday of this week.E. In charge now of the Weather Bureau for fifty-two years the English yachts) gave a complimentary entertainment I a'
last Saturday have tried to appeals. to all
men regain to Admiral Dewey in the ballroom
Sacramento Valley.
[in. F. M. Taylor of TltusvllUt DR. MILLER, TIlE DENTIST, is with A. WADDELL; MIAMI real estat< office of the Upper Sincerely, J. G. 11 AM'. sport-loving people eloquently. of the United Mates Hotel at Saratoga 1:14.:' ".

visitor In Cocoa Wednesday ,' us. Time limited will remain until dealer has some choice bits of real Compared to many other trophies recently, an llluatratetllecturewith stereoptlcon ",. N,

John Henry spent a part uudsy Sept. 18th. Make your appolntmen estate for sale. Call upon him. FORT\ CONGER, GIUNNELL LAND.Lt. many of International importance, the pictures showing the homeward } f.

r. and Thursday in Cocoa.Ir. Office at Indian River hotel,TItusvlIl, -Miss Carrie Mendel, who has been 81 deg. II min. N, Long. ((14 deg. 45: Queen's cup now h"lIo"l\8 the America'suup voyage of the Olympia and closing with ... ; ,.

spendlcg the past two or three months) min. W. Temperature 5A: below rero. Is Insignificant In appearance and excellent pictures of East Coast scenes, m
Lars Jorgensen, of Grant weed was a -Capt. James Prltchaid, presidentthe r 10 Titullvllle the first of the Indian River Stale Bank Titusvill Wednesday.Mr. For Instance the Amerlcn'scup cannot ida East Coast where Admiral Dewey 1 h\o\\

Walton, father of Mr. T. 1 left Wednesday for ustel and Lyth Allie. compare with tho Hrenfon Reef cup originally Wla guest last winter Tho lecture 1'

[r. Geo.of Tltusvllle., left Bos tot Springs, Ga., for a little lent and rocro Wade II. Jones, of Titusvllle, Mock Turtle. presented the New York Yacht made a great hit :
alton, tion. was a visitor in Jacksonville\ the first ol POISBO"S.Salmon I Club by J. Gordon Bennett, to bn held asa ,
lay, for his home in England. 'I the week taking In the sights during { a PalooeryHtlo.. perpetual challenge cup Unlike the Mr. William Cnlto, for eleven ynar I'
SISIIED COTTAGE FOR REN'outh -Mr R W Rhodes of Miami, retun the encampment. Crab Salad a la Orlnnell.KNTIIKKS. older) trophy the Hi'en ton I Reef cup has proprietor of the Putnam. House Paint- !,
ed hm New Month .
from to York
trip ou ; ,
lea 11'11Ind for.tlfteen season proprietor
Tltusville.\ Immediate poss Oenestn '
been taken abroad being won by
Apply at ADVOCATE office.llr. stopping off at Tltusvllle to look at hl8 REMEMBER E. A. WADDELL Miami Guillemots a la iSandorson's Hope. in 185! after that cutter lost to Puritan of the Hotel Tudor Nahant Mass. has ;. .11:
on. orange! grove and left for Miami on l Is the man to go to, if you want Musk Ox Tongue, Arctic Sauce. the America's In accepted the position tendered him as ..1'
In the races for cup.
Lee Coats, of Fort Pierce, was i anger Tuesday.Miss. a good Grove Pineapple Plantation*01 JlOAAT. 1Ap1)) the yawl Wendur won the cup and manager of the Hotel Dilscoll, Washing I '..

| on Tuesday's northl>ouD< Vegetable Farm. Roast float a la Frederick ion D. C. TM. house was built oilgln-
for a few Kittle Martin, of Melbourne, took It to 1 England: only to have It returned :
en route to and :Miss Mabel Whltacre of Eau Jalli -Mr. Will Norwood who has been Elder: Ducks u Klrsllngbury. to this side by that crack lacing illy aA an apartment house, but a largo .v t

arrived in Tltusvllle Monday to take Ihe spending several weeks with Ills parents VIUI ItT A 11I.ItM. and cruising. yawl Navahos, which swept mm of money has boen spent In makinghe '"I:.

llr. A. J. Sembler has been ala regular September examination for in Tltusville, returned to West Palm Potatoes. Asparagus. Green Corn. the English Channel of prizes. necessary alterations to transform' :

Ms front yard this week and schoolteachers. Beadh on Wednesday. Petit Pain.Coroniuit OenoHta also wou time Cnpe May cup, nto an up-to-date' hotel for transient end (
decided Improve, J'A'rKY., richest this permanent guests. Its .location on the i,1
made handsomest and on
(rtainly a -Mrs. McCloud and two sons, of -Indian River Lodge, No. IK, F. A A. Pie. Jelly Cake. one of the defeated the Dauntless for the torner o( First and 11 Street opposite the 'i
Cocoa arrived In Tltusville on Wednet- M. will\ hold a meeting In their lodge side. She \ '
Plum Pudding WluoHuuce.DFHHKIIT. remained Englanduntil : :ark, facing the Capitol Is one greateature .;
lira, G. A. Lovelace of Green Cove day and are spending a few days In tow room In the Indian River Hotel Tltusville trophy The cup sent her .shaped of Its attractiveness, and when 'I !
the Navahoe
\\ff, l IB in Tltusvllle, the guest of her I the guestof Mrs A. A. /Stewart:: Mn this (Friday) evening.Mrs. Grapes. Brazil nuts. Dates. bow plunging through thu brine spoon of Cowes: he new Union depot Is finished the .

Mrs. E. E Rollins, at the Semble McCloud's aunt. A. Testier of Eau Gallle who Figs. Candles Pine Apple. and brought the trophy home. UrlAoolI will\ be only throe blocks from ,.

.'0. -Mr. W C. Coleman of Gainesville has spent the summer In the mountainsof ICE CltRAM.Vanilla : The AlUii cup, made by Tiffany at a he station. Certainly a more central lota

T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell and Mr. Clarence Myers, of Palatka, who North Carolina, was. a passenger onyesterday's Banana. cost of (2,000: ( Is perhaps tho most. uenii' !,\Ion could not have boen selected. Tha'Jilscoll r'tf

mi, If you want to buy Improve have been spending the summer at the southbound train en route This bill of fare shows living lu the tlful from an artistic standpoint It U consists of dye stories and basonent. -

unimproved lands. Prices to out Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze arrived In TI.! home. Arctic. It I. the bill of the (Iroeley party a punch bowl with\ a capacity of loftyquarts \ Tho large acquaintance which m
reached the most nor The body 1\fr. Catto has among the best class. of
tusvllle on Tuesday whose members and weighs iO> ounces.
-Mr. A. J. Canova, who has spent the both the
ourlsts who have patronized .f
reached by man with
of land wavy
;ialm Agent Xehubaur, of the I". E -Mr.'!'. W. Anderson of Jensen who summer at Bath Beach N. Y, is now en before therly point their time. The ever party vouHlsted and foot...represent TheoupwaswonlrytheKing'sfact a surging 'utnam House and the Tudor I. a sure I,',ft.
in Titusvllle Wednendjustlnf has been spending a couple ot week route to his home at West Palm Beach, of these ,
Iii way, was of twenty-live members of the U. /S.:: Britannia but afterwards fell to uarantee;; that the guests i '
: the claims of some cattle with his wife at LaGrange, left her where he hopes to arrive by the first of Army. All but six pel'lulled the third the cutter, A 11,1In, a TiH-mlle nice off louses will be tbe new guests of the 110'I'I'

|i have been killed lately. Tuesday< for !beale Ala., his. former next week from the United ,..not el Drlscoll.Pur. {
of their departure
yean: Nlo enT'he lOlf.l __. ,
llr. J. W. Bruner and little daugh) home, for a short visit. -Mrs. W. F. Jlbb and daughter Bessie Htates-the six survivors being found by most valuable yachting! tiopliy In --- .

tin i Winnie Dixon, of Georgians -Miss Clara Otwell who will be the of Daytona arrived In Tltusvllle last Capt. Sell ley, now Admiral Hchley at a existence la the American Steam Yaoht Kent or Leiine. '

vliltors in Tltusville last Friday ant assistant teacher at the Fort Pierce High Sunday on a visit to Mis. Blues Rice, point :'I kk>O miles south of Fort Conger, challenge cup, which weighs eighty-live -

day, and, made the ADVOCATE office School was In town this week taking while Lieutenant Jlbb attends the encampment June 2181H.: pounds and cost approximately fli1OIHt.( > The Thomas cottage a small boarding t 'j
She\ nf the Floilda I Mat Troops at of this bill of fare must not for the Amniican
nl call. the September\ examination. was a The under It was made I In 18SH house centrally located In the town of '

of the guest at the MI mil house. Jacksonville take It for grouted that the menu enumerated Yaoht Club as a peiputual rliulletijfo onp.Stunm Cocoa., A fine opportunity' for the right 1;
Geo F Paddison manager wit hUM. ChristIhH.i Is costly and dangerous '
Const Lumber A: Supply Co., ar Already many Bostonians are tall -1\lr. and Mrs. n.w. Monroe !of was: common eating our soul akin yacht It racing has. HO been Indulged In pnity. Apply to, AlII". M. A. THOMAS,
we were that never
In tuwnyesteiday and will spend m mrtwu R Ing of their coming visit to the Eat 11tusvllle, left on Wednesday's. northbound / the this tf Cocoa, Fla. ,fHiilpliur
affair itself train Mr. to Jacksonville shoes. much. The wou cup ,
In town looking after Coast Winter ,1I11100n showing momunto of his experience thundnisigned < .
lumber yard. In the New England sta will be down here the comln to Lake City on a visit of a
ilr K. I I.. Brady who has been crowd month goes relatives.In and relative. .), (J. Bant, this 31st day of valuable cups. are laced for. The J.V- -

'JOlt a month at Henderson vl lie,N. season as usual. to : August, 1IHM:\, at lied lll.ilT, California.' guinea Ogden GoeletclmllenKO cup is the The famous Avon Sulphur Hprinas leGated

turned to ritusvllle Sunday am -Mr. W. S. Brannlng went to free the competitive examination held MAUIIICK CONNKLI., most valuable. TbeCuupu<<: ; I Internationale N. Y,
I Livingston county
'iwil.iy, left for Miami to look after Cove Springs; last Saturday; night; and In Tltusvllle last week, for the free scholarship IT H. Weather Bureau, I du Cercle
1 lness at that place. acoompalned Mia. Brannlng to Titusvill at the South/: Florida MIlitary Survivor Greely Arctic Expedition yearly by yachts of the largest ..17.11. and about one acres of beautiful park
has hue at Barlow Mr. Rufus A. Tuten. with It added value of twenty
on Monday .M rs. Brannlng College ------- carries an monoy and first- Y
i II, Walton after a visit to five springs/ of sulphur water a
r. Mid stood the and will which the
at of Arteslw\ highest TheHeiiwanhaka
a month with relatives .1.1\10.> cup
">u, R.I., and other places, return.oston FORBES WILL NOT RETURN class half mile race track These springs
receive the appointment.Mr. and Canadian yachtsmen struggle
dleburg and Green Cove bptings. American the finest sulphur water known. +
the end of last week, autthin produce (
and the $.MH) Canada's cup, ar.i
week for the Mount Washing -Mrs. A, J. Sembler, who baa been on J. G. past, manager of the Indian At a meeting of the Committee on Administration two for fresh water trophies of value.JACKSONVILLE'S For further particulars address,
otel mother EustU for the River hotel Titusvllle who ba C. rt. CHApforrr,
White Mountains. a visit to her at of Stetson Unlveislty held l ...
past month or two. Is expected to arrive been spending the past month In California : --- tf '.'.I Exchange Ht., Rochester, N. Y.
'ups It. K. Minis and Messrs. Kmlrews at DeLand Friday evening Septembei:
in Itusvllle. next Sunday. Mrs. hcmltor ) --attending the) G. A. R. encampment CARNIVAL. --- ---, ---
of Cocoa and J. E. Fultz has been quite sick while away and I I Is and visiting/ relatives Is expected: : to 4th, the following preamble and reedlution
irucebliiff, members of the Erevan Tltusville Sunday or Monday.On was adopted by a unanimous vote: SIR THOMAS LIPTON
recovered to assum arrive
'ry School Board were attending! ( now sufficiently Whereas On account of the violent The Jacksonville'. Carnival Novena I
charge of the Sembler Cottage again of the Illness of member and unjust attacks ho of the biggest '
eeting o! the Hoard on !Monday.hn account and persistent equally her promises to one Mir/ Thomas Llpton Is not a braggart 'r)
-Mr. R. E. Minis, Jr.. Tltusvllle's ef. of her family Miss Lottie Teeter. will\not which have been made upon Dr things of Its kind h..hlln the South since about: himself and what he has done.pb"nfJIneOl,11i1i J '
Uentry and Will Ross, tw
r men, were arrested at Melbourne completed the wagons for the county, In this year. Miss Lillian Gleger. of Green It unfair tousle him to continue hlsactlvt number and character of the attractions accumulation of wealth. What r

fhur day, for raising a check of which the children will be conveyed to Cove Springs, a' cousin of Mrs. E. E. work under the tremendous and cruel secured by the,Carnival<<; Association .Imply and his himself In Pearson's ,

.t bembler's from $5 to *15. The;, school. They frre on the style of an omnibus Rollins. ha. been appointed to the place.Mr. strain thereby placed upon him, and appreciating astounds the average Floridian who lie writes about rather expression of
brought to Tltusvllle. and are nov bill and untiring labors four or live In Magazine seems
and are a credit to the makei of Lotus long has been for tli" past years shout
Ronald bearted exultation a boyish
ying quarters at Hotel de Brown. T. Grotjan that he Week and, being hglrt-
and desirous of to Gala
They were shipped this week to the VHrious who has been spending the summer at for tbe University the habit going rather than a sordid boast. "When I Utf
apt, P Nelson and family who places) In the county, where they Good-ill was a passenger Saturday's/: have the benefit of such needed rest ai amusod only with a street line of ten was Just little Tom Llpton," ba writes, *'*
>heeD> spending the surarobr'at Pertl will\ be used. will bring him full health and strength ; cent shows. of
southbound train en route to Lotus,, 'I made a vow. It was, the promise a ,

,''r'7 f N. J., their former home re _Miss Grace Reed still holds third< where he expects to spend ten days In and We are Informed that Dr Carnival One of Association the greatest was hits the made signing by the for child but I am happy to say It has come
I Whereas
to and
Tltusvllte last Saturday .. when and
folks had no
World's Fair Commit. looking after his Interests there true. My money 1
for ,
place forwarded hoe formal rrsig' week of Jont"rno'a famous
ban \
'''If at home In there elegant mansloi Goodall. Forbes the entire face westward toward
when I turned
be letting he will return to my
to upon
th Tltusvllle.M loner. Interest seems nation to President Cbaudoln believing\ New York Band of fifty pieces, which Is World to seek fortune I
the part of some who have the cupo -:Mr. Homer Wakelleld, a young no doubt such a course would stop the said to be one of the best> concert organizations the New my
old at :
: J. R. Mlot of IndUnolaf'onkllng ; ballots West Palm Beach, as they arnotsaving Fla. therefore leader of thin' raid to my dear : mother parting .I '.
gentleman; from C renown t City was attacks upon the University; In the world. The I going away to
of Tlllman J. C. them a* carefully a* a f"w one of the grading committee In Titusvllle ben band Major Conterno, played before the 'Cheer up, mother, am !
shall ride In
,of Quay, and J. F. Bell, of White. weeks ago! If this section Is to Bend this week. Mr. Waketlelcl will be Resolved That we tender to Dr. Forbes King of Italy when only five years of age, make a fortune, mind..t.r you That prophecy lf 1iJr

members of the Board of County; Miss Reed, It must Rive her first or second principal of the Cocoa school this year a leave of absence on full pay until and since that tlm*-over half a centurybe your own carriage and have y recalled llt y

""loners were in town this weel place.-Lake Worth News to which place he will go tomorrow. Ha the next: : regular annual meeting/ of the has played before .nil the crowned came true times, in later I and I always many '' f st
years I'
ling to their duties. _Prof and Mrs. E. E. Macy wh: stopped at the Mime house Board] of Trustees, or until they .haHaet : heads of all Europe and phased hundred many with a feeling of happiness that I was 1),

I Ire. Curl) chll at Tlllman most ot upon the leslgnatlon. of thousands of Americans In Lb.great the time I
Breltwlsch and two have been staying Instead of having the weekly danceson able to accomplish It. From 'I;
of Cologne Germany who have the summer, arrived in Titusvllle Monday Wednesday evening, as has been the -- --- ---- Cities of this countiy.Of beard of drove my pair of plga l through the streetsof \

'ipected In '1'Itunllle' a week, and Wednesday morning for Lamar rule during the summer Mr. Brannlog CHURCH NOTICES.There << course everybody has that old Scotch town and advertised 1, '
but It Is safe to .
d' }Monday and at Laat where they will take charge Pains' fire works say I In the provision business '
are now S. C., has changed to Friday evening so M have tile fact that was s
In Florida
e,, the home of Mrs J. N. Fees- nf the Lamar High school. Mr. and Mrs. those who are going to school can attend will\ be preaching at the Methodist that very the few. pealle of Pompeii\ just I know I was. bound to succeed If I f',
1'1. Breltwisch's short stops at Ht. Au1ir.tand school ever seen From time smoking .
mother.Ice will make with their would but
lacy without It Interfering church in Cocoa next Sunday at II ) Pains' Park at Manhattan persevere. )' j
Jacksonville) and Charleston the dance will bon as presented of the Krlu I look out upon the I
\ week
President J. R. Parrott, Traffic to return trill < duties. So: next a. m. and 7.80 p. m. All are Invited. Beach. There are over :2<)O people In tbe room and fleet anchoret ft I
expect of the see
Mrs. Macy evening the lath Inst. waters bay my
'er j P Friday
.1 Beckwith and General SuPndent man after the close of their scboo Pastor Black will fill his oulplt at the cast In addition to the great pyroteoliul- around, and I think of the first time
l K. T. Gaff, of the Florida Morning subject oal feature and this attraction alone cost ,
church Hunday. the I was
next summer. Baptist I saw New York: from ocean. r
,oat Railway passed 1 through Tl- Gardner' F If'I'M.! Christ at the Carnival Association several thousands 'tf"i
'a in a U. A. Hast of Humboldi ) : Power; Evening Subject s little Tommy Lipton then, a poor boy
tpeclal train Wednesday Captain of dollars.
toreach '
the Well. stowaway
who had attempted u a
Inspection trip down the coast. ounty Cal, his brother, J. G. heat, olritusvllle The entire sporting element of the the Eldorado of the New World. f ,
T Fla., and their sister, Mrs J. BIG CLEARANCE SALE -He.. Henry Kelgwln synodic! country will be In Jacksonville on November the which .'
Inside llghUhlp
Govern- When I passed VT. Ackerman of Chicago; arrived this missionary of the Presbyteilao church, 7th to witness the wrestling
priming fcelVashfogtoo D. C., vie Merrily on, to Uth.: Sunday marks tha t beginning of the greatest yacht tlrace
tiorning: from San Francisco and are Going I. wilt hold service In Tltusvllle next match for the championship the world I In the stoke ( ",
wengeron bonndPa of the country
Monday's south- fora few days. with Mr. and Mrs. DRY GOODS, evening. between Tom Hharkey and Tom Jenkins.Hharkey : j
ting FURNITURE, shovel
route to Cocoa, where he well Connell. Captain Bast is altsonnell'a will\ be recalled as the "roatJrl.b hole of a dirty tramp steamship .
"r fe Maurice Is much In suoh a .t
weeks. Mr. Puckett Is al- veterans SHOES; ETC.C. ling coal. But! there
brothers are
Both for Sale.81A and Torn Jenkins btu
:b'uy's' vacation each and Isng'l" ; .Abakktt HllpM heavyweight career for a man to brag of, properly and .. 1
year and were in attendance world and has
Civil around the neverbeen
time visiting friends and > of the Mrs. Ackerroan, A. GARb.fPH, Tltusvllle Fla. wrestle without exceeding the bounds of modea- ai aity J
ea l> with their sister ) to KKNiO extra pine, Abkaka slips, thrown.
aytona Cocoa and Tlt usF Red ,
Encampment of otbet attractionsof _. J
R. scores .
at the G to C. II. Mrsicii, There are ,
for! sale apply ,
JOth! .
Bluff(Cal.) Evening Sentinel, Aug. Healed! Hid Wanted. tf Waveland Fla. great Importance Including rough 1e I
''e '1., East Coast Railway Com"Unit riding by the United States Cavalry war Oriiylnif. 1 1e
-y- .
a new passenger and Sale. Sealed bids will be received by JohnR. ihlps In the St. Johns river horse shows, _
"'Pi u it West Palm Beach. The Wagons! Walker, chairman of the Board of for u Winter In Mutiny Florida. military prize drills eta altogether Draylng or hauling\ all I Inds prompt"t f

;el tepid will, be a thoroughly up. (County Commissioners of Brevard coun making a series of attractions crowded ly attended to. Meets all train,. Bust : .
.tll""tore containing two waitimpleoffices. I now have on hand a large stock ofInch until noon of October 5th, 1 03. for A party of six to eight adults wishing Into one week the magnitude/ of which ness promptly! attended to. '1'

*lano The freight; tire and aIncbIre one-horse wag.,; the following shelling. The Board re- lo find just the right place to have a jolly has never been seen before south of the W. B. K.xoLlHir Tltusvlllo. ; J

el.' -" 50 feet, which-will give ins that can be delivered at once. servea the right to reject any and all bids. Lime In fishing! and hunting on the fa- I Pottnao. river. ---- J' ,
.ace! the transaction of the K. E. altars, J ft., All bids to be by the cubic yard or carload noun Indian River with a private fam- Tba dates ol' the Carnival are No..em.berl .
*bllAIlleAA at that polnta The corn Tltusvillr, Fla. lIy of two adults. In their winter resort l : to 7 Inclusive and reduced rata Rees for Hale. '

I at USI building a commodious Road: from the north boundary of the borne, provided with all comforts such From' all the Southern State have been '.

"Pat Cocoa.-Homeseeker.WaiitediU Wanted. town of Fort Pierce towards St. LneU a I' cabin cat boat, fitted for cruising, for kecured.. It Is safe to say tremendous I have for sale ;:-lonles of Italians, \.

." Cord Wood and Viking. Shell to be spread In the lre or sale; row boat and launch accom- towels ,,111'0 from this section. In 3.tory hives; about ID extra 3 story :

"wkeeper liner ruts IS Inches thick.: notations, sun parlor screened, pingong. hives. (MW) beee.capeeexeludere etc.; YI
: Once. Ion cords four foot llghtwood l on Road from Narrows to Quay crossing/ > etc., please address now, to engage: For Hale. 1 Cowan's rapid extractor; 1 foundation '

E. C. Ry., south of New broyroa. Shell to be spread 7 feet wid and Inches ooros aDd for farther particulars: K. J. mill dipping tank boards, heater etc. I
e1)) recommended 5eae make bids to W. R. Moses, Agent : acros fill at marsh. Blair Merritt (Island), Via. (Nest four J. II. 111'0.\1:' ,
elderly) lady to B eb.Kto.I thick, from river Pineapple plants for sale. Apply to,
"r ., small family. Address Water Works, West Palm JOB R. WAIKBB. argent hotels on East Coast) Open Fla. Artesla, Fls. '.
and all bids. until May. t f J. W. BKCMCK, Georgian,
"3:. Y. Z." tight reserved to reject any 2oct Chairman Board Co. Coma from November i

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riAILW i1on Mar Its.. Taken Its Mnm From nMayor Raw: II* Opened a Rare \Vltho.t Tool '. .I ... .
of Onlmiy. or fSxploaive. .It' =
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UR01 l1\'ci .. (es Ol\ About the year 1SOO: one James l<'lt7.IItplh..nM An extraordluuo': account Is given of ,"":',b.J., ; I : at

Lynch was mayor of the town how a safe was opened by u robber .. = fr-

S 1\c.1' of Qalwny, In Ireland. lie hud sent his. who tad at his' disposal no Instrumentof :

5S. son on a trailing expedition to Spain any kind but operated merely with ': II't

SIN with a good cargo nnd a large sum of his linger null. The person who accomplished : J'I' vw.1S: w
money. The ,'ounl( man returned with the feat revealed his Intentionof ."s,f' .'. ',.. j ",, '.. ,t.-..: 1:. )--DOb III.....

.1 r tI a ship loud of valuable commodities robbing the Iron safe In a hotel to .>' '''' .":(1".;.j. ..' )J ., "' .. (0 S
having been ,..JiM' .. 'r'J 'f''J.:'',,'. : ). a 6i <
which he reported ns purchased another young man who happened to '.. A"1!'!:. ". .' J. .' .
with the money and with the be the cousin of the hotel proprietor.As .: r ( <;:; :J :. .k ,t, 1.3. .' S-CQ
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proceeds of the outgoing cargo. After a matter of course the proposed : ".', '! Z .

;f Home time u Hpuriltird came along, demanding scheme to rob was revealed to the owner ;.. !. '. .. L.08", 1t..=

I? -.A. payment from the mayor for of the hotel and a little before midnight .! ,'.A-> "' '' 1 : n)

the goods be alleged hud been boughton wben it was to bo put Into execution :* jl' .- az '" 0

7R.a credit by his son. The mayor declined a couple of detectives were concealed ". .' ., aij
payment as his son riverred( he behind the olflce counter.A '

had paid In caslifor, the goods Unfortunately short time afterward the robber .f'I" t : E ;. 0 C

w )eJ for tile latter, a sailor who without either '. 1'- '.
L.t.9.w-u. :n-II! entered tbe office gently r\ J'. (J iftlOis'
had been one of the, crew on examination tools or explosives' wherewith to open I
Lynch declared thut his. 4, I..
by Mayor tbe massive Iron receptacle, the combination -

._. __ m_ unworthy son hart spent In reckless, of which It was evident he did = ;10g e, --
debauchery not only the money Intrusted not know. He had. however resorted n
WORK AND REST. to him but the proceeds of tjie to an Ingenious plan of his. own. t Si G= 'oB

-- cargo us well; that he had then bought lIe bad pared tbe nail of his Index

When Man They Will AllrniHl Kiijor Doth I'rrfrctly, goods from a large/ firm on credit and finger on the right hand until the blood TROPICAL PINE-APPLE TAR AND WINE m Is tn. CD tw

When that when one of tile partners of the Vessels were exposed. Then by placing i9.E2 .
Aftw work Comes ri'Ht. theyaltPrimte
firm came down to the ship before sailing the sensitive wound on the combination ( U) Ge _I
perfectly n luun WilY
to receive the money young: Iy"cbwurder..a lock he could the "
/ distinguish move- : ; =
+ enjoy real IUlPI'Iu.'HH.'h'n' they than Million Dollarsof >
the mon and hud blur{ thrown ments of the tumblers as they tell For is backed by more 1i
alternate perfeitl.v a muii will enjoy < F
conceal the facts from .
overboard to more than an hour did he work and at

.\ his father. last there came a sharp click and he Florida capital. e 0
low It.Nature.
The young man was Immediately arrested back the doors of the safe. o
swung CI) )
:, In a Jut old lady. She sildoiagives and brought before his father He was in the act of filling his pock- It cures Indigestion and Stomach Disorders.It rf =
,.. he
a limn morn than ho 'CtllI. If
suo lets bin who notwithstanding the tearful entreaties ets with tbe valuable papers It contained Tonic gives appetite and cO"'fo
elects l to live ii lazy lift1 is a pleasant ; I if
Of his wife and daughters, sentenced when a damper was thrown upon
+ iTiUHclcn and UN brain
get flabby go .
him to dcnth. lIe took him upstairs the sudden of
activity by grasp K's.
". loopy.. she never permits him to longpossess strengthens; the system.
4 In his. warehouse, adjusted a the detectives under wbose escort he
; a fiu-tilty or n nerve or a mus- around his neck having first secured handle it write to 'i CC
rope was taken to prison.-London Tit-Bits. If druggist :does not ,
II' ale\ or a sinew thut he loon not uso. ..
It inside, and then pushed the '
Thd proper. way to keep your muscles young man out of the window, where the manufacturers CURE OR NO PAY. ) 1 <

or your bruins In to out 'em up and let his dying struggles, were witnessed by DO YOU WANT lit/I/()II(.TTLING REAL m

J nature proviso yon with n fresh sup of estate agents endeavoring to dispose c f
the Inhabitants of the town Galway.In Co.
ply. Nature In nwiUitPd In thin work by this la. any propel ty you may have for sale or Tropical Manufacturing Q IfII
the town records entry yet
exchange 9 If so, send full partloulais
rent One msjr tent sometlmeH by seeking f fft
to be 'seen: of what have I..
to R.
you ,
a change of I labor. Labor thus becomes "James Lynch mayor of Galway, Ilanoverton, O. Jacksonville, Florida. ) [g

a rocn>o tlon-re.croll tlon. of window II Q QUJ
hanged his own lion out the h ; )
To live In thin world It Is not
happily' for defrauding and killing strangers Dnnvor I. 'llrtmo Itemed..." NA If

enough to know how to work. A man without martial or common law to "The trouble with poor persons who Tar and Wine Is made.from the
NOTE:-Tropical Pineapple, J.8!
must also know bow to rest The man "
to try to doctor themselves before coming
show a good example: posterity
to'wOI'k Florida Pine-Apple Pine-tar. and Grape. Wine, and Is absolutely -
who known only how will juice of the ,
soon! "
It hilly be from Unit Incident that here, said a physician In a public dispensary 1
wear out. If ho doesn't wear out tinpiedlately lynch law took Its name It Is not a peculiar "Is that they do not know the pure and a true tonlc.-Ed.]

t his work will Slider In some American institution ns Is commonly first thing about the 'nlmple remedies,'

way. No man can do bis bent work unless supposed but has been practicedIn an they call them that they use. Oftentimes

he alternates It with a little play other countries. The Kngllsh had a they do themselves serious InJury \ W 0 1 Iffl

) pr a little n."t.A walled town in Devonshire. of the name through sheer Ignorance. I bad a I \

? man who can't drop hla work from of Lydford which became noted for man In here the other day who hud .. S' I 1'.. ., .. J,. .. -

,< lila mind a* readily as he can drop Ills the summary punlxhiuents Indicted on \taken half an ounce of cholera mix: ; ', Mo.t In Quantity. Beet nw QuI.

tools from his hands hud better take n notorious offenders. They became pro"p'blnl ture. Somebody had told him to take I .- .. :ECJTE'S

few week off to study the rest ques in Kngliiiut us Lydford law half i teiinpoonful. It la the same! way ..: \ : '" '. ,. .
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tlonIlls nerve are not what they and It Is not Impossible that lynch maybe with paregoric sweet niter 'ammonia 'I .. '" Cream Vermifi'
I should be. a corruption of Lyilford. In Scotland I and other well known household reme ; r !

It a man wishes to keep Ills nerve let It was known as "Jedburgh Justice.!' dies. Persons who trust to their mem- I FORT ao1Has W

.tint avoid nerves.-Pittsburg Dispatch. James" Lynch n Justice of the peaceIn ory lire likely to get mixed and either "' : ", 1 Led all WORM Reined i

one of the Piedmont counties In Virginia take nn overdose or use tbe wrong I : :

r Ivy Clad Ilnlldlnsr. whose methods were both summary medicine. A woman came In here suffering t EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.

So long as the wall of u building are and severe Is also credited with from the effects of a drug that SOLD BY ALL DRUCCIFPaapARxl

sound and the brick. or stones, well having given his name to this offhand she should never have obtained excepton "I, : '1f
cemented together, offer no fissures or and expeditious mode of dealing with u plly lc1un'lI prescription. It was ,

cracks for the plant to force Its way criminals now generally known as the big overdose and her prompt application -

1/ Into there Is nothing whatever to fear .lynch luw.-Plttsburg Gazette. for relief that saved her WhenI ( KJJlhisEnSlare

) Should the Ivy however, find an open. i scolded her she showed me a clipping

lug and so thrust Itself Into the wall Urnernl Grant'. Supreme Cua....*. from one of the magazines advising Its

the natural and continuous expansionof General Grant's courage was supreme. use. The dose prescribed was enoughto

t its parts will tend to loosen the No man could face danger with kill a horse."-New York Times. the most fatal 1 of aOi
1 tones and hasten the decay of the
greater composure. 110 did not seem eases.FOLEY'S.
;, building. to know the meaning of peril when The Menu Card In Ito First ...or....

A fair growth of Ivy on sound walla duty called Mm to ,link hilt IItl't onn In Its old fashioned form the! menu i IDNEY CURIGuara [!

that allow of no advances beyond the l -------- -.- --- --
the death h1 written curds of -- ---
time I sane general excnpe was usually large oil ltsud d RIB
upi'rllclnj} attachment of the claspers,
a very slight IIItrjhl.'a': were break- such imposing dimensions that room
1 or aerial roots nn they are called. Is altogether lute camp lit Spottsjlvanla Court, house for one only could lie found at each

bpnl" cll1l. It promotes dry. and under the tire of a Confederate end. of the board. In the medlievnl I CARPETS or money refunded. C

news' and warmth counteracts tho cor buttt'I'y.11 of the hsa n i' autrters eijulpage dinner this aid to selection must have remedies recognized by d
roslvo action of tho atmosphere and la
been absolute for the
hud been removed except u camp an necessity
at onco a shelter and an ortmtnent. nent physicians as the
' sit medieval dinner mine of
't' stiMil nm\\ nn this the Keivrnl was was a surprises.
i These aerial I roots are not sources of thug while the shells of the enemy's It was divided Into courses as (My Fall Stock Arriving Dally Kidney and Bladder. trc

nutrition but merely serve as mechanical head A shell are our own dainty meals, but whereas
gnus shrieked over <>ur PRICK 5Oc. aiui $'.00.
support to the clluibliitf Ivy. The More New Patterns to Show Than Ever.
1111ss141.1nat over 1 ho'generaI, not nilxMIng nowadays the diner baa a general idea
him apparently by more than n few that (H llh will follow soup and that entree -
t the moisture from mortar, leaving It Inches fluid struck the ground abut Is succeeded by releve and can
and crumbling, has rt d-Q.s s's DEtTTG-JS I Cu\\
I ., excessively: dry thirty feet ii\vny. Without showing conceive generally the sort of demand Foley's Kidney

i therefore no foundation In fuct. -London the slightest nenoiism be called tme <> thut each course will make upon his. Carpet sizes for Coming Full Season In sizes from (Ox!) to Oxl::!. :Yew makes kidneys and bladder r
to 1-1"\\ the shell, saying, "Let's appetite and digestion/ there was no Tapestries, :New: Body IJrnsHoU, New Wiltons New Smyrna. My
hilt kind of niiiiniinltlmi that battery possible! arguing ns to what was goingto !50 YEAtS'EPERIENC]
r. A 111..1..... T..I. see IV tock U the largest. My prices me the lowest. Mattings, Linoleums,

At one tlmu the oltlcera under Lord U using.. I went and pltkeil up\ happen at an early English dinner Portiere, shades, Cocoa lI\ts. Rubber Mats, Hath Room Mats and Art R
the .shell which was a six pound spher- and close study fulls to reveal the existence
I ". ilowo refused to drink bin health attholr bquiires. J5T" Will be glad to send samples and quote prices. ...
of of
tea I ease, iiml the general examined it any principle arrange-
moss for though n splendid admiral -
ment. ------ -- ...
as coolly a" If there was not an eneuly'Igun j
he not In tho
WIIS popular navy -
on account of a certain' Bliynoua, and within 100 miles I of him.--National :8: :E1 CZ.I.A.RK:: ; :.
Forty founds In Thirty ))Up4.; !fliT$
want of tact with those about him. Mngnxblr.-- *
For several months our brother ''-*i -, .. T "
: ; coiirl
The chaplain who was a protege of his younger 27 WEST: FOn; Y'1'n ST. JACKSONVILLE: : FLA. "I
had l been troubled
lordship, was mortified at this and determined Indigestion C Lr ':"' V "if" nosh!
lie tiled several, remedies but gui uiheuellt > l Cop
that tho oflleers should drinkto from them We purchased some --- -- -- ,.......... ......11.. II" ,t. p
Lord Howe. When callod for "11'i 17 ,., *r. 'II (I
upou of Chnmbeilain's, htoninch and Liver -- ---- - ----- 1..." priihnl.lyitrt .>.tlS Seal'.'
toast ho said ""'t'll. Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association era f'HiU ,in HiM
a otio day gentlemen to Tablets and he coinnK-nceil. taking Them. _. 1, '.'.1' ,.
"- "ii
I can think of nothing better nt Inside. of thirty days" he had gained forty -- -- -- ------ 1'f,,,"..,,,. taIen .....m'h '"

''t l; this moment than to ask you to drink pounds. In llfuh. lie Is. now fully recover The Chicago Net and Twine Co. .'. ,''*"trdke. w/thuut, e

the first two words of the Third Psalm ed.Ve have a good trmle on the tubtets.Ilolloy Sci'6t tflfic; Jlniericaj

for Scriptural toast for betaken Kros., Moichnnts, Long. Hritnch, Manufacturers of
It onco may -
A handnnmolr' lllu triir''' Mo. For sale all and mol!
by druggists
from one of my- cloth. The Ia"i- milniluii til any a.'UUO' -

toast was drunk. Not one of the otll- cine jtoitlors ,ear'NN'month.CO IL :: ;"N wJoItrancb

t Cero Ino1 ate by word or look that he 361gro5.\ .hl. ''''''D.
J' tit ,
A Goad !Ia..llo.! Ual n1n'
was Ignorant of the words alluded to.
r On referring to the Bible It was found ""'bt'n I write a story" said tbe 0U

that the Third PMliu begin. "Lord struggling :young author. "I make out n ? W
how are they Increased! list of ten magazines that I think Virginia Hoi

might like It. and I usually get mighty

Cowardly Brain Men. close to the end of the list before I sell H
If It Is related of a Missouri engineer It. YQU learn all about \"rll'DIB 01 c

:i a. that he does not hcsltato to drive his The man on the stage who does the "In that cut M'." !returned the wise t KISHING NETS and Netting of Every crlptlon.o c n; Its resouices, produces alt, ,
machine at full peel through thee trick of escaping from hrmly tied ropes, bu>H4 mun. "I should think It would tivatlon, prices etc r (
ubmlts to the bonds. with smile lie Dealers In Seine Twine Maitre Cord Rope, Etc. 'en 11.
blackest storm at night with washouts a pay you to lie" ln lit the other end of I Virginia Farmerfor .
I. I knows he cap get out of the ropes. that your list."-Chicago I'od Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. :it months subs p I <(
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all around him but thut he II
knotted.. Put the : E. Indiana St. '
are being Mme man in 70-81-8,1 Chicago, Ilk Farmer Co., Empor
1" afraid to go homo alone In the dark. If the woods and let Indian captors bind ...Mention The ADVIXJATK in your letter...
some one Is not at the roundhouse togo him to a tree for torture and he would Mot Paid by tteaulta. -. .- --- --- -- --- air
with him he sit them till daylight struggle): to the last against the bonds. "18 the profession, of weiitbeY' prophecy We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association.___ '1VANTEDSEVER'"I w

i It Is the old story of every man having \\'hen the stomach i il diseased thereare a satisfactory one?" I tablleheei.leren' I. ,

M l" Ms own peculiar fears. There Is a doctor bonds being woven every hour about "\\\VI1" answered the expert: "in a ,-- - capital, to ca1!l upon me ,
l' '
r the the stomach- general It I.... You rule, --- uccoHiirnl and proHt" ?
; we know who will cut a man to heart. way are. as a gaaeeIent. Weakly cash ,,
the Income is not so unreliable as thepredicllous.Exchange IF YOU WANT A. travel r exl'en.' ..'" and h, .
and miillo the while. Ho is
pieces ant folly of mankind is to passively submitto : .. ....b ...h ....aI<, Experielion .
old soldier and often faced the cannon's : and .encln '- |
', the fastening of these bond. with no -- -- ---- rferwncw rtA
t mouth. Hut he will betray the'most effort to escape until the pain they cause HE :JfATIOVAL.SMDea: : '
fsar. To Pr....< Helapae.
abject terror If one of the harmless arouses
s, little elm tree worms happens to Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery Wife-So, doctor ;you think niy husband .Building Lot 2y When answerinia ,, vertu

1 I drop on his person.-Kansas City Jour cures diseases of the stomach and other Is entirely out of danger now? .. t these columns, f. tf'

A nal. organs of dtgvrfton and nutrition. It Doctor-Yes; but I wouldn't let him favor' by saying you ia't n

t, cures diseases of been, liver lungi. kidneys IN my bill for some time ;yet.-Baltimore EAST!! COAST ADV nyou
lot with BUILDING
and other orgsni, when these diseases OCCUl'AXCY: will receive betterthe
; Ouctur'B n..lp. For I.emonBde. American. '
J as is often the cane, have their
1 LAND: FOR AX ORANGE : advertisers.
Here is a scientific recipe for lemonade ,
the diseased
f origin stomach. liaised From the Dead. .
t;(: advocated by the medical profession .Pw a long ti.. I w.. MiOVrlac and was PINEAPPLE: PLANTATION: or TRUCK GARDEN hY' <01T
! : Wash the lemons thoroughly; hardly able to p4......t.." writ** Mr. Andrew. j. C. W Landls "Porter" for the Oriental C VER> FIVE TH01 .
for sole
t r lice thin and peel all Cover with )r*.iart. ...of Tnocku Co., W. V.- Box Hotel Chanute, Kan., says: "I know iVe probably have just "what you are seeking. ton' Rapid Calking! r .:.I ;
l rot w bot)1..ed wiry
ILkh.e-y trraM anJ
t sugar allowing the sugar to become Nay wade ar* OTM w.. Mt el order. bad noappetite. what it WAS to suffer with neuralgia, Settlers are flocking In but still there U room. If by boat owners in the .hDPrice et tk
deed I did and I of BalUrd's you art S.t)*) ear
A Mead W mlae told me l. try Dr. gun bottle $4.00 and $
t, saturated with the lemon juice by gently ri pressing the slices of lemon with a led the Inn .....tI. natural. my appetite. 1 tookdx VOCATK
( bait!.. ofOoldo Mtfica| D........, ..4 the dead. I tried to !get some more, but --
lI\|xx>n. Then add water, slowly; stirring aotn. W ttic'riaaaaat. ftUcu' ..4 ,..Ilik. a before I had 'depo ed' of my bottle, I JAS. E. INGRAHAM. 3rd Vice-President. i KISD OF lOB rJIitC
all the while. Ice' if used should be sew pe- was cured entirely. I am Ullln de truth FOR! ALL .ADVOCAJ1
uncd sparingly. One-third of a lemon i Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleans too," 254 tOe and 1.00 at B. R. Wilson FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, remember the send 01 a ,hart _

f r i to a gloss U about: right for.borne use. the clogfttl system from impurities. A :Son: Tttusville Florid ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. do work.not Wl Wo to"will please lea.S..Joo .

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roter'l' ELK. ATTAC1( Over'orkleakens

---= =--;--- 7JVFFALO. How to Ke.iVrll' and I'mer. Your Kidneys.

lour Conrplrxlnn.IKin't .
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B0. eat W hl'lI1' tln-d if you Ipect ': :' I
) Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
W. C. Whltnty'j Come Preaj.r,.}.
AND COUNSELOR to get uny good from your t"ud
AT-LAW. Scene of Fierce and prvserve your beauty. says) the i t. All the blood In your body passes through

,tt Ftfhl. I Louis CJlobp-IVuiocrat. your kidneys once every three minutes.
practice in State and United Stat r 1 I>on't oat more than one hearty nlt'lll '..,. The kidneys are your

I Court William C. Whitney's game prl'tWrI' I tt th,)'. ThU ID tilt secret of "0010.1 blood purifiers they filter

TITU8V1M.B. FLA. on Oetobor mountain., In the nt'rlt. luukll. t '*'i, and 'long life it M"'I''t :t'I" I!(1'' I out the In the waste blood.or
at Impurities
Ot Ice S
hire hills wax tho acme recently of 11 whli-h. li oiiu fulloxvcd It, wOIII,1 f'' If they ara sick or out

most unll..ulIll1f1(1 bloody contest.. prevent duet.11511 umklnt u ll\'liuDon't ": I lkq I\ of order they fall to da i ie

. L. OAITLDEN, : In tlu spring the elk become rp"Ut'Rfiland
?ice pugnuoioun. and the bison thoujth or If yon would keep" your xkln freieruptions. of I I'' Pains, arhesandrheu-

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW; / ; a"a"r usually. stolid, are uulok to resent 8ny I \ matiSi-i come from excess t

..UprMtK-elnall the Courts of the State 31 SS attack So! when n few days ago 11 Hon't out hot or fresh bread If you of urlo acid In tha

i teWL and the United 8tate Conrta.U' young 'Ik stag prodded a bit butTalo want to bo healthy and bountiful kidney trouble.- blood due to neglected

..U'..,. TITUSVlliK FLA. bull th'r.IS something doing rllbt IHui't rat cold, starchy ro S<'e. Kidney causes ql..1Cit or unsteady
Htilnd and cold porridge, mileyou .. I "
) away potato hcirt beats and makes on' feel as though
. WEBB, J.a With the first insnult on the buffa have strong. dlvestlvn orsans. they had heart trouble. beca- the heart Is

half H doren elks. Joined In a clre( IKin't eat Ice cream too (list. KntiBloly '' over-working In pumping thick, kidney-
I ATTOKNEYATLAWill around tho combatants.The and allowed to luelt In tbo poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
..iI4 mouth, It can do no harm to clllistomach It used to be considered that only urinary Jjj
Courts of the 7th flrclf\ of stags drew !close ( R'h
- practice In th < or coiuploxlon.: troubles were to be traced tc the kidneys, ti
for non-roslden bead nienncliiKly Its!' nutters. .
Taxes pat HliiilUtin but now modern science that nearlyall
'nit\ I Don't drink Iced water It kCmore proves li
rents anti account collected. II + With mini fury tho bull dashed Into than strj'chnlnn dorCml .. constitutional diseases have their begin j 1

FtoniD 4 the ciri-le, but met with no resUtaiK'''. persons thirst much bLer ning In kidney trouble.If ,
water tiuencbes
nVH.i.R lIe might KH well have chanced[ a shin, .- you are sick you can make no mistake *u
ow. On the other liniul ho found situself than Ico ('old'Oultl. by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild -I I"I
D. PENNEY, S ot Don't drink much water nt meal. and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
the target! for several pairs but take n Klasvful the first thing, 10 Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
hoof with"
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, harp horns mid pointed the moruliiK and the last thing i lit soon realized. It stands the highest for tts > i

gouged at his hulks or tore Into the light If you want peach blow cheeks. wonderful cures of the most distressing cases

'VII.I.K, FLORID G flesh on Ms buck. Ilon't drink too much coIYee or Uunless and is sold on Its merits ******

I practice In all the courts of the 7th Mad with pale\ and thoroughly lifurlated you want a complexion: like by all druggists In fifty-, r,

1 .ludlclal I Circuit.:: the bull chanted HKitlu/ alul .outlier. In color nlid texture.Don't cent and one-dollar sl2-[ l 4
again each time meeting) with no nnlstanoe "- drink spaiklliiK waters iitiliiMUecteutul es. You may have a -=ss
.. sample bottle by mall n..m.of ew.uteauoa.free .
from his nimble antagonist '
leuioiuule If you 1 want 1 1aln to
FROST, % also pamphlet telling you how to find f
A. 4 ,
and. always haying himself" open h) fall
directly on y
; tlesh.! They out If you have kidney or bladder! trouble.
J"i rear nnd hank attacks. from the .stag, ,
ATTOUVKY-AT-LAW, ilssueDon't"' Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
Courts of the 7th which danced about him with seeiulngleo ant potato., pea' Ullwllrlllli Si Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
all the
i I, practice In anortliiK dettamv.Th (,ronin, olive oil paxtry and IH>UM>USou It ._ __ -
Judicial Circuit Miss Nettie Blackmore, Minneapolis, bull was rapidly exhausting bin: )' \\ant to |Inn slosh -

FLORIDA. elf with his futile exertions and all bed A glass or
Irr VIIt.Jo;, Don't "t', to hnngry.
tells how any young woman may be per- the time growing nindder und Dlftd,1pr. milk or a cup of chocolatewill refri's InDIGESTION

''KKDKRH: A. MORGAN, you. '
manently cured of monthly pains by taking Don't think you cnn eat too 11111..11 ,

Abstracts of Title plnach, lettuce, water crews' dandcllo.ml
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. opli-ndld totsdpxion wa troubled with utom-
carrotii. They are \
Lydia II
VI I. ESTATE AND ,, anti trouble. TbeilfonVe niaok-

Loans, Notary Public Yot-No 1VoaN-Ihaal frequent headaches of a severe suffered nature > Don't fit bciuitltliM's.lilY a cold lest you 1 h., oblige<1 In IIr."hdl.1 one w...k than me aU inure the(Rood doo-

dark spots before my eves, and at my menstrual jxMiods I starve n feverDon't 'u,'. atl".lh'ln. I look In a Si
'ctlons, I'ypowrltlng' Stenograph; advised to Lydia I'':. to ......" SARAH B.
untold atfony. A member of the lodge mo try eat merely to snt'" ,,,,..1. OvelntliiK -- MBS.
FI..A.FHOHI. advice andfelt ctrl aI KLD, HlUttavlIU, Iml.Thedford'i .
Tin-tvu.i.K, I'liikhaiu's Vegetable 'ompound but I only 81'01'111'goo will Klve\ you a red noxu and n

that my ease was hoiieless, but she kept at me until I bought a allow complexion.HOTT '. I Illack" Draught

'. WADE!: II. JoNi- >!. bottle and started! taking it. I soon had the (Most reason in tho world to riiuckly' invigorate the) notion

JONES c-hango my opinion of the medicine, as! each d.vy, mjr health improved, and \ I I .....tlnll. of the vtoniwh and
: prevent Tlnwitr
< F
menstruation periods. I am meetSr'alefuL"NETTIE n ciirei even chronio cases of!
IiiOMT& finally I was entirely without pain at my :
Is. rulilieil over with '
If new tinware If will
illiin. \ iixligiMitioii.
: HLACKMOKE 2S Central Ave., Winneapolid, / you
.a ESTATE AND INSUUAXCE, 1 reek lunl and thoroughly/ 1It'IIo..lln th. take a small
Painful Periods 'J t O\Of1 before It is 1I"tllt will never rti llnck I'ransht' oncaHionullv -
.uaue and Collections 1 II fterward, no matter how much It I I"pnt you will keep your

TITI' VII.I.R Fl.OIEIOA. ire quickly and permanently overcome by Lydia K. IMnklmm'sVejietablo In wiitc-r. For stnlnol tlnwnr> bnx < ntoimu'h ant liver in perfect
Tlui alcove letter It only one of hundreds of OOlltitiun.THEDFORD'S,
: Coinpouiul. produces. the bent results.' It th,'
hoii>tiiiiil>4! vihloli prove this statement to be it fact. J'nstruatlon
: the
\Voni.hv. It. II. SKY.MOUH Is a severe strain on u woman's vitality, -If It Is! painful Hoinetbiiifr A i npot 'II'( cnlTeepot Is on ..
Don't take narcotics to deaden the pulii but remove t iHlde 1 boll It In a Htroni; solution of Ix
rORI.KY & wrong.
\ .lie CL1IMe-perhaps! it N caused by irregularity or womb displace- rllx for a short time, nnd nil its brightens t .
the development of a tumor Whatever it Is, 1.ydlul'inkhant's : will return.
iicnts, or '
ATTOllNEYS-AT-LAW. E. Vegetable Compound is guaranteed to cure it.
\ (
in State and Fed would like special LAthDRAUGHTIf
geuer.il practice If there 1* anything about your case about which you Oovotireil liy Worinn.
,ilCouitH. Special) attention givento deice write freely to Mrs.! I'inkham. No man will see' your letter. hhe can
admiralty practice. urely help you for no person in America has such a wide experience in treatBff Children often cry, not from pain blltrom ;

women back to health Her address is Lynn. MASH., and her advice is free. 'rho entire trouble arises from! Inunltlor .
foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation. their food Is not asHlmilated, but dAVOliI" coniitipatlon than by any
'ou are
EPHEX:- E. FOSTER, very Details of Another Case. 1',1 I by 'wormii. A few doses of \Vblte'" other. dinease. Thmlford'i

roam Vermifuge! 'will cause them to lUack-Draught not only re-

ATTOKKEY-AT-LAW, "DEARfnA.. PIXKlIAWIgnorn.nce and rea..e crying and begin! to thrive at once, haves constipation but cures

Dyal-Upchurch lIulll1lnlt.JRx : j? carelessness\ the cause of mot of the "Un'f'f.tngs vflry much to tho HnrprU' and Joy of the diarrhoNi and dysentery and ?

S of women. I believe that if we pro]wily oilier. a.lu: nt B. K. Wilson A Son. keep the bowels. rttgular.
.' ':((!4oyvJI.r.F.. J<'LA.S. would all lIe .
understood the laws of health we -- ------ ----- -
well but if the sick women only knew the !North Pal", for Il.ld llvavda.. All drn.alets( sell t
said tUiptnln '' lIII'o Ul i UN HAM: M. D. truth about Lydia 1':. I'hikhnnl's'Vegetablel'oukisnuuf "Talking I oil lair I storers.

they would tie saved. mild HullerUig :t'\....... of a steamer who has tn'en It. ThedforJ'i HUok-
'tHHEOS'and: SPECIALIST. and would noun be cuied. ... ". wh"Jc'r. name of them Is In It with tin Draught U the bout medicine

"I used it for live mouths for a loral} difficulty air of the arctic regions.. A man with to regulate the bowel

Ear Nose and Throat.r which had troubled> me for yearn, till" hair who falls. to get a now I'rolt| I have ever usml.MRS.. I
hundreds TUB UtIPrAU CflAllOKU.: he within the arctic circle Is 1 a A. hi. U It A'i' 1', Suoad ,
'lIt It
PAI.M had
RKACH, FLORIDA and for which( I "('$ goes Ferry N. 0.For.
-- of dollars! in the vain enden\or to rei Its. Mos were covered with crimson r pelens. cane. I have seen whsleriho ai

t R:. UOIJUHTOVSVTIVG! tifyly life forces. were lieinj Hapiwil, 84.'ara. and bill Hanks smarted He was got bald when, they stayed at

and I was daily losing! my vitality. net approaching the point whore lie hOl1l9 for a year or two and got a nee i

"'';..;. .r.4 Lydia 1.I'Inkhao'sVegetable", aunt He dowu and suffer himself to be crop of hair every time they went to

DENTAI!: APARTMENT::! .i..l// Coinpoiind t'IU'f'11 me completely, and pored to death or bent an inglorious, wII"1. the north pie on a whaling ezpe. : sTIPATIonA

on' the "Dentos," I now enjoying the best of health, and aiu moat grateful, and only r treat into the thicket which Ills dltlon.
am .
to endorse such a great remedy." Mi!* JENNIK IA LnwAni, hujl'e' bulk could penetrate but which "How do I account for It? Tim tar.thpr

Xow AT DAYTOYA. lr04 t.oo pleased II St; ., N. W., Washingt4.il;: C. rould top the pursuit of the wide you go north the land animals gel

Pliikliuni, wlione nddre-m Lynn. MIIHH/ .. will answer cheer- ntlered tagt. tlhR klpr. It IK a provision against tin
M MASO.v. Mrs.and without cost all letters addressed to her by wick women. Luckily for him a diversion came In cold.'hl'n the arctic winter ap.

ally .. __ I tbe shape of a misunderstanding 1,_ proRcl4'M. the reindeer, the beam n nilotb..r nearly .
-- his Unwlt- animals get a thicker cost of half
twn two of tormentors. half century
fEXTA 1.-!lUJWJ< O l> l.Uiulor Notice Non-Itesideut/ ))eft ndnuts : bu.mnn a
Tax ee the
Application for ugly' one of the stags. stool.ed a fellow or fur. Hluillurly the on

I a fid hurt Mm 80 that be turned in an- bead thickens when you go rarnorth.
9reltD, Fl.OHIOA.VlBt ( Tin I"'J 'roi'RT: IN ASII I"OR 11ttE-
Sea 8, of Chap 4'J1K, Law of Fla 1NOTICE r yard County, l"iI"I" M IIKKEBY (1IVKN:- THAT THE In (Jhanoery.Hear the attack upon the bison "1t Is a fact. Now I don't want you

E. QI't K, onrporatiim River ulI""rth.law..r Mr.nurarturlnir. Conipuny Sew" ..leriwypiircliu a. ( ora A, Stewart "1 Hill to aet ail 11 la Tax I>WH|. tied, and the big beast was glad to'under to think that! once the follicles of thehall'

r nt tax nf>rMtl,.ate. Hop... 4. a, 7.1/111.1/111./ Mary F. Wllili et al l / off. The attention of the elk are dead now hair always como.
dated. the l.t lay of July, A. K. "liler.nT Alhanylolrgbertroot'n. Aar. h.o. create. fame..lea.wrF
2'.10 and III 11.\1'1. To Mary Hoenetlines
Budd Building, 1lalnIt.: ., has tiled Bald cnrtmeateii in my ,,,,I'e. \ ty, Owiricla and itla 'wksonville.' Rooms IS, 11\, 17. inailn .application Said for tax il rtlHcat..eil to Issue embrace In accord thi. 1 I CI Carolinaon: : ; : < liamplous of their own race and the when a man Is apparently, as bald as 140lI.le.h'r ad, 13..I toad p-n appik A mu.f auu. r'r'Y.M '

all following<'1l with iloiMTllxxl law. projwrtyiiitimteil r In llrevanooiintv : I appear| | M tli. Hill of Complaint "re'I"I..I"", uffalo wa left alone to nurse bin a billiard ball, the follicle are" notd.ad. ::1" p.u.O, FEauV, .iCe.
DENTIST: Florida, uvwlt: All Si-nut Grant In ,c against, yon In the aliove entitled naiiMi nn or before oundt. and them I. hope for blm. -I'lillelphla -
tiiii4-. tnwnihlp '*t MMith, range. .tli-iwt. All tint ITtii day of HciiMiulwr A. U. 1I11 1. The .
I --- ----- -- ledger.How
I n and Bridge l Work I'etlll Jrant In nentlon 4>. town.hlp:! Miutli, 01ruiiice K4 TC''iAnr AI>V 5.1 ...t. All Soicnl firant In Hwtloti/ 87. ,h.. Mrnpaper In which thla order mi..u u. imtiIMIH 0 thou p.
Porcelain Inlay. township "1 south, ranit :J4 eaut. All Hngal | | | "C8 a week fur four noniiwutlre weAkflWltnHtiimy la llruw am Oral.Fake .
Iron t In nwtlnn :3". townithip 20 8..lIth. range 3taut. hand and neal, of Ralil Court till. Usually bAlllnll with the symptom pf two pins and stick them
lilith-claMs Plate Work. All KeK,1' rant In iwrtlon 4n, tnwnnlil)'. the nth day of Aiiictmt Dial.: common cold; there Is chlllnowi, ..na.Inlt nt4t11t table through the sheetp5per The Largest and Most Coranlare -
In the
CHallC wutloiiHU. BTKWART. Into
All Seicul
211 south. ranire :H4 Bunt A. A. inly
towimhlp smith, ranite xl east All (ct rt.eaq.. ,) Clerk of nalil Court \ sore tbrout, bottkla, pilck pulse, of on which! you wish, to draw Establlshmont South..
Pplicatioii for Tax Deed. Brcul Grant In neotlon 41. Township '.!lI) notith ..[>ar.en. "H" and! Impeded rtmplrntlon. Then |
.allloLlI"O being as.esned|. U"lIl1rd'JIflorehollod tbe oval shout two Inches apart.
.. The small dunes of
range at" .t. Hlye fre<)iient
the date of the Will lananreofanch:M. O.illam. lfnlues iinrtincaM Hal 'el"! 'te >f Chap.t 8 8, Lawl of Fla. the. OMIIM of.. heLeslie l lint( to law tan "My bohby.I I I. the collection ol It) and. at the first sign of a croupy about eight Inches long so a* to form a

'T'.LW' .! HKREBV: OIVKV:- THAT W. H.. ''ole.../l&will therermm the I/laC clay of Nap" strange wills. ." soul a retired sea cap nigh, apply frequently llallard's Snow IO ip, leaving two loose end*. each t tn
J. ,.IIrha.er of Tax Certificate X, ... .
: .. 1) 1'at9'"
the throat. COo bavedone
: 7H-7i, fto, $i. $:. 1!4. I 25.14,1. **witnim.. my oftlrlal lrnatiire end teal l thin the211th tain. "I have leathered together cople Inlmont externally to about an I neb long. When you
hu 4157' detai the first Ja' "' July A. V.. day of A"fIu.C.( A. It. 1'10:1' : of over fifty odd teatamentn. and fin at; It. B. WIIMOD A: Hon" THiurllle Fla. this flit the |loose end* Into aslier n J ,
nl..1 oat.l '' rtttl "LJ]
my "
..I. '1Upation, + ro,tax deal to issue In ace (fr-r. IT Cln-int Court of Hrevard nmintv, Fla rending ouie of them are. One. over l long, which mired not be IrlrCerthl1n

',""I"wln" Wltl i law 8al"1 certltlcatw. emhra lly n. A. Stewart, I). Q.) SHU year old IIt'tIU"thwbat| do you How to ante \nrnr .t It.kli ... sufllclout to admit the point of IIppnl. t

N tinl' ,-.1''lTrl.h.; .\ <".1 to l""P.wlC.t.rtjF"I 4 Situates and K><. In otSW think? Why. It beneath It* maker'e To sire your stockings sew, o piece of \ Now plare the larger loop over A aI

*, : wOr'foownohl" 27 South binge 36>: Application for Tax I)ee l. out to GaL Thi. I III the way It read: liamnls leather on the Inside of the thlt two pins suns. putting the point ofYOllr t

..r f Rt' l' 311 Fasrt: 8Wo; A'of"'!(. S.utlon3.Township NW( of NEi( 8 of Chap.-4HWI., Utw of Florida.1VTOTICK 'In Pel n01ll1 ne. Amen; the yore of llpel of your sbx Tbls will prevent it pencil through the smaller Inop. ''I
E .n.$" .. Curler 1"c. XXXtb day of May the .. string a* far as It will/ liDand
.11", "f'e'Uon. Townoblpn: HKIIKHY 4IIVKV:- THAT W. B. our Lord" I i41. the nbblnK the stocking and so delay ..trpth.\
lit, ..1 It.m1t8 Inet: tots:an ..:2 a..t..4. aertlon tel!. "ecUon 0. Town 0n -lTavlor[ l: H, "iinrehaM....>r of Tax (,...rtlllr..U.10...f A:- \*>., I, Robert IVtljcrew, hole of mynd and )ppearonc of tliott" dreaded holes. circle all around the pins. You willnnl L 4ar

:d\$unrh. Ran e :iI\ i a.tE1'; f. E" oi I, andlSH, dated,... the...'loc.... In day July olfl.*. and niem'ry make i 'y' testament and taut that In moving from one pin to tbeotllpr 't..Zvw..... n ,
IV!( or In:", 8Ptl.Jn 141. Town- 1-Kil.! has tiled paid .tl"' my lfnld varying -, ....;;;:.. -
I-; "" b Jos .. 3fJow.t W made l aiiplli'Htloo fur tax iltMMi to IMIM In will yn forme and manner followynu: flew to ..... J... the string form nn ever rMAfUVAVTUltEUS
Ihtp I5', ''h. Range: :Eet o.SI fR'sV In.% iViMirdance::: : with law.... Said i *rertlni-at,ulciiated emhruacartlon'i'nthRPhar ...... Flmt. I be!iuoth my Howie Almighty Have ready the covers and a. yin Oil trlnnacl" and that the figure describedpoHHlng .4 .a e e

'i''I't!"rl..tlollal: 10. 'rownahlpn_-tl.n: 17.Ilouni Township. Rang.k a. lu, to.wIt". |: All Pate nmch.aril Goat. and my bo ly to bot buryd yn thechurchyard pacb jar cover at once while boiling In all nrouml the pins Is as pC'r'tPet :- OF tw
&n'n .11I East: In Swrlon, 311, T..waohlp 'lit South of North Cadbery. I be11I4'th oval the mo t Ilpll..ahlolitru.mClllt
; Sy of K 14 of Lot Section Grant -.. Orant In twt. This will make them perfectly nn a
,1. ".,,"?.III I'll) M
n'.1II1C..rant, B.ctl..n I.I.Townihlp: loOt e. In sVctli-n 5. In Town.hlp a MMMied at the iwvond beat graft panne. U lade up In tliU way will keep two Ofeyen
.. uld nt{
iN Faa: [ BW\( psat l nr )'lemmin 4O Ea t. The certiHcat*In the II dyaahya of pewter and an JCemnrknlile U4" Clrcl.Cbamberlaln' .
of such platter three A Material
the Imuanre year & '
I. of Building
L.< I I'r. Town..hl1/1; South. Range( the laW ..... ald oertlBoate.hallb slur of dragge. and Mcnld1ng: ,
"$ of wheat, an
ortlon T. 33 South. akar
Town.blp redeiI ne.nets'.rllnK law. tax daed willi. Cough Remedy has a
: .tot 3 %ctlon 8. Town.hlp S3 ( of September, A. D., akar of medow. To my daughter t'1.a T.yt. r.... In Waieroom King opponte ]
n 11' ......t. The said land. heloq as- a.u" thereon on the 14th day an How f 0 rem.rkable record. It ba been one >ffloe A ,
\ r' .late Ir Ch.. I..o..nce of ...eb CBrtllt- 111M. and seal I this the Alya, a cow To my oniva Thomas, Do not scrap a frying pan as It hillabl. (or over thirty years, during which time', Cannon Street. I
meant The Ole..n "1'OOI.'fl GL. Wltn... my ofllr-lal Tbe renldew of my good. Instead rub have been sold allduaed.
Cola H. -' ntuot.! A. ",. Pao.errMCAL.1 : my old oze. ., afterward to burn. m.ny million bottles S. C. .
day Charleston
'en"vMY.J.KenneyAnnieM 14th A. STEWART. I to Mtwde. myWyffe. and been the standard andmain
"F.A. Challen Chu. 111. Downlnll' [ tyPie. not bequethcd. ctve '!nil with a bard trust of bread It ha long ,
'.. R n .t..Utj I'n'- .ald certlft'atee Clerk Circuit C"uHrt)lr Stewart II. C, .' "Plilladelpbla Record.: .ash In hot water. reliance the treatment of croup
L""s as"i ac0OMtnq to law tax deed -- -- -------- In thousands of homes, yet luring alltbl. Sash Weights Cord andj
>n the Ht" toy of September.
Iya ,
I YOU .I time no cue .... ever been reportedbe
.?" .airlal.Ignanr.andSeal' Ibis the Notice. YOU KNOW WHAT ARE! TAKJ1ifO lil Years a I>jsp ptlc. to ; manufacturers In which It failed !

; 1 4i,Dut A. I'.. 1909.Ito" When yon take flrove'. Ta*( I leM Chill H. Foster 3H S. 3d St., Salt I..keCltr tn iffect a cure. When given* soon a. Hardware.
A. 4. STEWART, TAKE OTIOS): THAT formula I. R. .. tb.oroupy .
CO>CERXKD because the bothered child become hoarse or even
LL Tonlo
alt ours of llreY&rd Bounty. roa.R" after data 1 will..... fIIh..ll1..ncJ writes. : "I bare been tbe Glass
O. A. Stewart D.c. *t sit.oalc/oAlmlafaerawrof month the .UM ol R. printed on every bottle showing that It laImgly wlUa dy.pep.la or indigestion for 21ors cough; appeiri, !It will prevent Window and Fancy | ,

C. Imam pa deceased late of Brevard. .Conoty."ob.adthi Iron and Quinine In a taateleaafo.m. ; tried many doctors without relief; the attack. It I I. pleasant to take, maDycblldreD A SPECIALTY.
SALVE rlorida oreaent my anal Honorable aeoouaU I> Fynney, No cure No pay. SOcta. sently I got a bottle of Herblne. One like It It contain no opiumther -
TNtjER co and and beghea. - -- -
mlni.crator aubtanco -
Jolll" of ald County, prafor myt bottl. cured me, I am now tapering otrOD CJr > harmful nay
.! In the world. lea'Counc,dlllCbarge, from inch ./mI Nstregl o.. :rrWe cannot guarantee to publish i the cond. I have recommended It M confidently to a baby aa to anadulc. Honey and Tar 1
Aifnilnwtrator reach tbla office before friend. It I I. coring them too." ror ease by all druggists and medlcloe Ieyy's
to ;
rll1.*ex-oMrlo Item that do aot my I
3eCO! d Honey Tar At Ilb of Said _4Ic-deca1 tat.. noon on Tburadaj IiOo at U. B. Wilson: Son, TitusTlIle. dealer tor ,.*,.;su,.. No opiates

Prevent* pan /& Tltu.iIe. rla, duty Slat 1311.


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ilrl t AlL -p1fO\ Mar. H... Taken It. :Name From How lie Opened Hnlf \Vlil.ont Tool ocg r

a :Mayor of Gnlwiiy.About or lD.pl..v.. .' v) SID

:$I t N : 011t'.aX the year ISfirt one James Fitstcpheim *- An extraordiutio/ account Is /given of ''

& Lynch! was umyor of the town how a safe wan opened by u robber. .... '((, m t"'"

U of Galway. In Irt.hlnd. lIe had sent his/ who bad nt his dIsposaL no Instrumentof .i '",

son on a trading expedition! to Spain ::2Co
SIN 5S.Iii a.y kind !but operated merely with ro rr

with a good cargo and a large RUIII of his finger null. The person who accomplished It,

money. The young/ limn returned witha the feat revealed hIs Intention ) ofE
pe madtat
I w.MI m 1.tA ship loud of valuable corn modi tlvn\ of robbing the Iron safe In a hotel to I '1 ; J, l" ',:\ .gj i 1::

which he reported as having been pure another. young man, who happened t 0 ,i' Nr :;'..1''. ."" ] ;;J

chased with the money and with the be the cousin of the hotel proprietor.As '!, ;l ." ,1.\, ;' sCDQ
:' OCIJf.2!
I,, r P some time u Hpanlard came along, de- scheme to rob was revealed to the own : n.I I" '- (E2c )! 1

'i Qt4bUJVM M OMs.t' mending payment from the mayor for er of the hotel and u little before midnight "

i. : O Au J.Imq the goods be alleged. hml been bought when It was to be put into execution r, ,'i x J ;. 0

jw 1Rw on credit by his Mon The mayor declined a couple of detectives were, concealed I" ,.' ..

payment, as his .son rtverred he behind the olnce counter.A ?. o. 0 /..1"j

.., had paid In CHMhfor tho goodi Unfortunately short time afterward the robber .... ;au oc

for the latter, a sailor who \ '
entered tbe office gently without either
to L1fAw11L4 talNAy -
/ had been of the, examination c.J Zj
1, one crew on tools or explosives wherewith to open ,' lO
by Mayor Lynch declared that his ,
the massive Iron receptacle the combination :

_, '. '... n unworthy son hud spent !In reckless of which It was evident he did ,1E.
debauchery not only the mouoy /Intrusted ,
Its WORK AND REST. I not know. He had. however resortedto
to him, but the proceed of the b'
rl ,, -- an Ingenious plan of his own. .i

p, When Thor Altv-riiut I'erfrctlr., cargo us well; that he had then bought; lie had pared tbe nail of bin Index a'oG.

t1I Man Will liujor: liolk.Aftor goods nom a large firm ou credit and finger on the right band until tile blood TROPICAL PINE-APPLE TAR AND WINE .) CI) Ii 'CDkS

{ J work rumen rest When they that when one of the partners of the "p..tlMe1I! were exposed. Then by placingthe I ..... tIO O
firm came down to the ship before sailing 1j:
sensitive wound the combination !
alternate on
perfectly 11 man rimy pr'pal'eto QI
1 t enjoy real I uupplneiw.,, When they to receive the money young Lynch lock he could distinguish the move- & ..

alternate perfectly u iiiiui will enjoy murdered the man and had him thrown ments of the tumblers as they fell. For is backed by more than a Million Dollarsof = > t- ; =
X overboard to conceal the facts from '- .-II 1 II (a &:
7 both the work und the rent that follow more than an hour did he work and at .

'8 It.Nature. his father. lost there came a sharp click and bo Florida capital. efi ;

In n Ju..t oM ludy. She seldomgives The young man was Immediately! arrested swung back the doors of the safe. 11o

a iniiii more than ho rieods., If he and brought before his father He was in the act of filling his pockets It cures Indigestion and Stomach Disorders.It ..' fi J tIf

elects to live u lazy life she lots bill who notwithstanding the tearful entreaties with the valuable papers It cou- IDe
of hilt wife and daughters, sentenced I is a pleasant Tonic; gives appetite and FN
wined when thrown
muscles get Hubby and Ms! brain go a damper was upon >> f
him to death lIe took him
1 loopy. "She m-vcr permit' I him to long up his activity by the sudden grasp of strengthens' the system.If .
stairs In his \varehoime adjusted
the detectives, under whose escort he
possess n faculty or n nerve or a muscle it
iE I or a sinew that 111I does not xme.ThtJ rope around his neck having first secured was taken to prison.-London Tit-Bits. your, druggist does not handle it, write to Nc
)e it inside/ and then pushed the
h' + proper' way to keep jour nuncio :B '
young )nan out of the window, where CURE OR NO PAY. 1 <
i } or your bra Inn I In, to MHO 'em up and let his dying struggles were witnessed by DO YOU WANT60011USTLINO( HEAL the manufacturers
nature provth I you with a fresh
sup the Inhabitants of the town of Galway.In estate agents endeavoring todlspoMu cf
Ik ply. Nature la unsifted; In this work by any property you may have for sale or '.rrOIicall\Ianufacturiilg Co. QJ
the town recordu this entry la
teat Ono my rent sometime, by seeking ;yet exchange; ? If so, send full partlcuhtlsof 'r

t a change of labor. Labor thus bo- to be seen: what you: have, to L. R. Benjamin, w

I t' D !+ comes a recreation-re-creation. "James Lynch mayor of Galway, Hanoverton, O. Jacksonville Florida. S: ;-
U hanged his own son out of the window i d k
''L To live happily In thin world It Is not ..
for defrauding and killing strangers!, Dftnjrer lu lloiutf liemeillon.
enough to know how to work. A man E
without martial or common law, to The trouble with poor persons who rI I'
must also know how to rest The man NOTE:-Tropical Pineapple, Tar and Wine Is made'from the
show n good example to poHterity. try to doctor themselves before coming .1.8 p
Il who known only bow to'wOI'k will soon It miiy be from I Unit Incident that here" said a physician In a public dinppniiiry. juice of the Florida Plne-Apple, Pine-tar and Grape Wine, and Is abso-
r wear out. If IIP doemi't wear out Immediately

lynch law took its mime. It la not a peculiar "In that they do not know the lutely pure and a true tonic.\ .-Ed.]
it bin work will Buffer, In some
American Institution as Is com first thing about tbe 'simple remedies: '
dj way. No man cnn do his best work
monly supported but has been practicedIn all they call them that they line. Oftentimes
he alternates It with little t
a play
other conntileH. Tho English: bad awalled they do themselves, serious In- WOKMl
OF u little test
town In Devonshire of the name jury through sheer Ignorance. 1 hud a \ ,
; A who ,
man can't drop his work from ,, .
of Lydford, which became noted for man in here the other day who had i '
his mind as readily as lie bid ':
can drop
the summary puulithruentH inflicted on I"to ken half an ounce of cholera mix .; "Il,. Most In Quantity
tools from his bands hud !better take a ; Bon n q
notorious olTel1lt>rK. They became pro ture. Somebody had told him to take -
((1 few week off to study the rest VVEXlTE'SCreaQl.: :
I ques veiblnl! I In ingliiud: us Lydford; law, half a teaspoonful. It \h. the same way I"I
II tion. Ills not what / ,
nerves .
are they .
I "
( i should txt. and it is not InipoHHlble! that lynch maybe with paregoric sweet niter. 'ammonla I, \ .
a corruption of Lydford. In Hcotland and other well known household reme < 't, Vermifug
If a man wishes to his : !
keep nerve, let .
p .
d It was known us> "Jedburgh justice. dies., Person who trust to their memo I .
him avoid I SO
nerves-I'lttsburg Dispatch.Ir F1R4
James Lynch u justice of the!' peace ory are likely to get mixed and cither t

d In one of the I'ledmout counties In Virginia take nn overdose or use the wrong Has Led all WORM Reed i
Clad ,
-t llalldlntf. whose methods were both summary medicine. A woman came In here suffering EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. I
So lone the walls of
as a building are r' <
and severe Is also credited with from the effects of a drug that \ SOLD BY ALL DRUCCII1
sound and the bricks ',t ""
or stones, well
a'' having given his name to this offhand she should never have obtained except rRK"ARKI n
'' j 55 cemented together, offer no fissures or : and expeditious mode of dealing with on u physician's prescription. It was JAMES F. BALLARDT... .U3
cracks for the plant to force Its i .. ------
t way criminals I now generally known as the big overdose and her prompt application -
Into, there Is nothing whatever to fear.
lynch law.-I'lttsburg Oa/ette. for relief that saved her. When
Should the. Ivy, however find an openIng '
I scolded her. she showed me a clipping KIDNEY DISEflS!
.5 and so thrust Itself Into the wall,
))1l the natural and continuous expansion General Grant'a supreme! Coo..... from one of the magazines/ advising its
(}N It'rll I runt's courage was su UHC. The done presuilbed was enough
of Its parts will tend to loosen >
I tones and hasten the decay of the preme. No man could face: danger. with to kill a horse."-New York Times. are the most fatal 1 of aflj
? Kieater conipoMine.' He did not seem

p' building. to know the meaning of peril when eases.
The Menu Card In Its First Form
A fair growth of Ivy on sound walls
duty called him to link, hN! lite.t on* In its old fashioned form the!' menu
l+ 9 that allow of advances KIDNEY CURE
'' beyond the time I Haw the general escape ,death by was usually written huge ou curds of n __ _.____ F FOLEY'S'
uporllcliU attachment of the
( Jaspers, i a very slight mir. ;. ln We were break- such Imposing dimensions that room 6uaraa8dli! d !I
IIt or aerial root, us they are culled. Is illtogether -
Ink. ('IIII1Pllt :RpottsylvsulI' Court House for one only could be found at each
la ; A V a beneficial. It promotes dryness CARP
and and under liar I tire of a Confederate end of the board. In the mediaeval refunded. Cent
warmth counteracts the core IETS or money
!ha All of the lu-nil C\il- dinner this aid
,: roslve action of the atmoHphcre and IIat tte'ry. ;juaiteiH | to selection must have remedies recognized fay <
I i- '5. once a shelter and an ornament page' had peen removed except a campwtool. !been an absolute necessity for the .

These aerial roots are not sources of niid' on thin the K\(MI"ral WIIM Hit uiedlii'val dinner was a mine of sur- nent physicians as the bad

t nutrition, but merely Bl'rVeIII mechanical ting. \\hlle the shells of the oneiny'ii" 1>1'IS8. It was divided into courses, ai (My( Fall Stock:! Arriving Dally, Kidney and Bladder t tr

h t 1 I guns Hhrleked over our heads A shell. are our own dainty meals, but whereat

_ contention support that to the they climbing sup the ivy whole Tho of passed just over I mho! '''''11I'1'111, not tnl.... nowiidajs the diner has a general idea More New Patterns to Show Than Ever. PRICE SOc. atui $l.00.

the moisture from ItexCt'slllvely hug/ him apparently' by more( than n fewImhcH. that fish will follow soup and that entree "" n. It. WILSON At SON,I
mortar leaving
'' 'i and Htinik the ground anent Is succeeded by releve. and can -.-- ,

}t"1'' therefore no dry foundation and crumbling In fact.-Lou-bus thirty feet tinnyYltliout\ / .shoving' conceive generally" the sort of demand :JTLTJOS R. UG-S 'JFoley's Kidney C\\

i fr don Standard. the .slightest/: ( neroiiHUes be called to that each course will make upon his Carpet size for Coming Fall Season In sizes from (!xl) to Ox I:!. New makes kidneys and bladdernl/

me to gets\ the shell "'I.\'IIIIC, "Let's appetite and digestion, there was no Tapefitrieg, New Body Brussels, Xew Wiltons, New Smyrnas.. My\ .
1 what kind of ammunition that buttery possible arguing to what
MOO as was goingto
N A DI>KUl.* 1S At one time the olllcers under Lord N lining./ I went and picked! up happen at an early English dinner d EXPERIEhCs
Portlers Shades Cocoa Mate Rubber
I and close falls the Mats, Bath Room Mats and Alt
Howe refused to drink his health at the shell whlcli was a HX| pound spliceleal study to reveal existence

their muss, for, though u splendid ndnilriil. cane, and the. general examined: It of any principle of arrangement Squares. KIT": Will be glad to seud samples and quote prices. s

ui I he wan not popular In tho navy n* coolly IK If there was not tin enemy's .-----, i?

S' 1 t on want account of tact of with n certain those shyness about him.and Ituu Mlmgmtatlte--within lOt miles of him.-National forty Pound, Thirty Days. =: E. CLI..c:: .RK: ::;

'i The chaplain who was n piotege of his For Heveinl months our younger brother

lordship. was inortlH\ at this and determined hud, been troubled with Indigestion.lie :27 WKSsT FORSVTII: : ST. JACKSONVILLE(: : FLA. DC1Ca1d

I thnt the oflleers should drink yin t tiled .several, remedies but gut uuheuellt if t:R h IoPYR1a'et1

i lift} ,] to Ix>rd liost"Vhon called upou fortppp' from I them We purchased some - .. /nags +nuth x a .h ;
nf CI..tmb"'JaLln'K, Stomach nod Liver '*it| 'tiy .i inM4trltl '
;, a toast one day he said "Well, gviitltf- l'ILhletllllll.! lie commenced' taklug them.. Official 1 Supply house of The Illinois Fishermen's Association; ,, ,n 1 ,pnhal.ly S
'oiill u :
Q men, 1 can think of nothing. better at r.. l>>|.' 1t i'
Inside[ | of thirty days. he had' gained. forty T ? 111 ftitHiiiA
Ji1_ ,1+ this moment Hut a to ask you to drink pound In flesh Ho In. now fully recovered. The Net .'/, ttftkun. wllh.mttl Ihnn'el .c" n cSific Ittct.

Ii tho first two words of the Third Psalm U'e have good tiadnon" the tablets! Chicago and Twine Co. finel'I ili

for a Scriptural I toast for ouco may bet lio! "" Merchants, Long Hratmh Manufacturers ofF $

taken from one of my cloth." The flu For .sale by all druggists and modicina A h/mrtnomolr )Illn.trntM +N< 't'nM
_ toast drunk. Not of mLlcrll' ou inn tun nf anyenflar, ( Ie ,)"
was one the officers I y ,. (nnrmonthe.It e. .I
Indicated: by word or look that he MUNN & CO'3918roedwem Ne W'' t taranch

e was Ignorant of the word alluded to. A Good Saara*. /.... ela.'a,dZI F et 'mi10 jo1ia

; : On referring to tho Bible It was found "When I write a story;' said the es O

Fy a' that the Third Psalm begins, "Lord struggling young author. ". make out a a tr1

how are they Increased! list of ten magazines that I think Horn

f ''N might; like It and I usually get mighty Virginia

._..gear dl r D rag .u..._.._.. clone to the end of the Hat before I sell w

itt / It is related of a Missouri engineer It." a td roF .Lm

that he does not hesitate to drive his The man on the stage who does th. "In that case." returned the wise YQU learn an abonu.s'' .'le| ->!f'' a

S i machine at full speed through the trick of escaping from firmly tied ropes. buMluoHt! nm ul. "I should think It would FISHING NETS and Netting of Every De.crlptlon.O n Its resourcesprodnl'ta'I. ,,'ulat | (,

-! blackest storm at night with washouts submits to the bond with a smile. He pay you to begin! at the other end of Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Ftc.: tivatlon, prices Fanner, eti ,PO Cu II
> all around knows he cap gd out of the ropes that I I' Originators of Wholesale Prices Virginia :
him. but that ho Is your Hat. Chicago Prat. direct to the Fishermen. for rf months tubsP! t
are being knotted. Put the same man in .
E. Indiana St. .
afraid to homo alone In the dark. If Ill.
go Chicago
the woods and l let Indian captors bind I .. Farmer Co., EmpumwAVTErsEVFIt
.Mentlon The
Y some one Is not at the roundhouse togo him to a tree for torture and he would Mot Puma by Ilr.ulla. AnvocATIr. In your letter...

a y with him he situ there till daylightS struggle to the last against the bonds. "Is the profession"' of weather prophecy I We are Members ot the Illinois Fishermen's-;; AlIsoclatioD. \ '' sTe M I n

S U the old story of every uiun having when the stomach is diseased there a satisfactory one?" I

his fears. are bonds being woven hour about ""',11," titbltahpil eleven '
own peculiar There in a doctor every .answered the expert "In a
tI ua'l! '"'
i capital to upon o
we know who will cut a man to the organs dependent ou the stomach general WilY it U. You see, as a rule ucceiarul, '

pieces and smile the while. lie is an folly heart of lungs mankind, liver I., to kidneys passively, etc.submit The the Income U not so unreliable as the IF YOU WANT A. ipticitmanl..: weedy and ciwl l n iii.travellnaexpen.ee n
old soldier and often tltbe. can to the fastening of these bonds with DOeffo..t. pfi"'h UOUI.-Exchange.To cub ettrh w..ok. Kxfvrl-. Her '7tlnnreferoncnandenri'
;+ k non' mouth. Hut he will betray the ---- --- e' N 1
5, 5 to escape until the pain they. cause THE NATIONAL,334: Vef
most object terror If ouo of the harmless arouses f.ar. 1'...... a Hela>pae>.

little elm tree worms happens to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Wife '-So, doctor you think my husband .BuildingLot "'rerti .I;

drop ou his person.-Kansas: City Jour cures diseases of the stomach and other Is entirely out of danger; now? ... ir When answers.In !

nab organs of digestion and nutrition. It Dol"tOr-YPII; but I wouldn't let him I these columns, v'w''
cures diieaacs of heart liver favor by saying you1',1' r
lung, kidneys see bill for it Is
my time
some yet-Bait-
nS Doctor and other organs, when these diseases. or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUTAXCY EAST COAST Anvo I 'ea. 1
Itrrlpo For Lemonade. more Amerlonn. bet"1 M
M it often the care. have their you will receive
_ 54 Here is a Bcleutlfle recipe for lemonade LAND
,i, advocated by the medical prufes- origin ta the diseased stomach.For raised From the Dead. ORANGE GROVE, Lime advertiiers.OVER .
a Ionstin. I w.. uffrH.j and PINEAPPLE hl
ion: Wash the lemons able C. W. Landls. "Porter" for the TRUCK Or
thoroughly; hardly to rM about wrilx Mr. Andrew I. Oriental GARDEN 'ton's
I lice thin and peel all. Cover with Jraainn. .of T......., Tvckrr Co., W. va., Box Hotel Chanute Kan., says: "I know We probably have for ale Just what you are seeking. FIVE THOI I "r' "j m
144. "W. bottwrM wilk Calkins: inheUOC,
kidney trouble Rapid
1 sugar, allowing the to become ........ and what It was to suffer with neuralgia! : 'he "
sugar nay *y + saturated with the lemon Juice by gently .PiSxeOoldeo"pet... A friond of mine told me to try Dr. deed I did, and! I got* bottle Ballard's still there is room. If you art by boat owners and $'U> <)I ea h.ea tvoasrs ;
ei Me pressing the slices of lemon with a and the trot bottle ...(ored my a I took : office, Titusvilieremember
1 ale .bottle. of 'Golden Medic.I fbcoYery' sad the dead. I tried to get some more, but
p goon. Then add water, slowly stirring ..m..t the ',... : before I had JAS. E.
l m rdlcta and lest like a 'deposed' of my bottle, I INGRAHAM 3rdVice-Pre. oi'roiJ rl,
"II the while. Ice It used, should bel" sew peraoov was cured entirely. I am Ullln' de truth Idcnt. FOR ALL KIND 011I< ohs

} used sparingly.' One-third of a lemon Dr. Pierce. Pleasant Pellets c:1etU1M too." 2Bc: 60c and 1.00 at B. R. Wilson ILORIDA EAST COAST RT the "ADTOCd'C shoe! c

>lo a gloss Is u.boqt right for.borne; use. the clogged system from impuriUcs. A Son, TUusville Florida. ST. do not fall to send I1S a(cm: ,''e

ls,' AUGUSTINE, FLA. work.: We will pJellll I1


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER' ; 11, 1903. :3 I 1 1Cartls. itrofeaaf0nal

ELl( ATTAC1r I HEALTH DON'TS. OverWorkveakens

RoIjBINS, n." 2J ISFTA. JLO. How to Keep Nell and l'r...*i"rYikur '
Eo. Jl -- Conritlexlon.I I Your l Kidneys. 4
I )
TT1)UNEY AND COUNSELOR' W. C. WMtnty'j Came 'PrHeroeJ..sc.n. >ott't eat when very tired If you PXpict :' Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. ,
to from foist
AT-LAW. 6 Of Fierce get any good your

Fi ht. and preserve your beauty, stiys the St. All the blood In your body passes through

I practice in State and United States j Louts (!lobe-1)eulocrnt. your kidneys once every three minutes.

Court. Don't out more than one hearty" nifala ? _, U3ii} The kidneys are your y,

FLA. William C. Whitney's game preserveon .hl)". TliU In Uio secret of !good ems'' ,,/A, blood purifier, they fII-

Office at TITUSVILi.E October mountains In the lU-rk- hooks' I 'MI. and long life, a. secret -. 1' J ter out the waste or

---- shire laths. WIIM the:? acme' recently of A which, ii one followed It, would Impurities In the blood. 1 i iIf

L..ITLDEN'( most unusual. and bloody ('()ntt' t. (prevent do('.. fiom uinklng u living./ Kr&/T\, ; TM l" they are sick or out ;
Ift of order they fail to da }
l In the sprint the elk become restless' Don't eat much meat In hot wenthor 'fie their t
I lj work !
ATTRNEY) -AT-LAW; and pugnitclouH, nnd tits bison though If you would keep your skin free of 1 Pains, aches and rheumatisn {

l t usually stolid lire quick to resent eruptions. \
of the State tiny
, "II' the Court come from excess
,I Irsotlcew ddL&IW ueCultedStateeCourta.. k attack So when a few tlnys ago n Don't rut hot or fresh bread If you of urlo acid In the f ,

Jl TITUSVILLK FLA.ll : 4 young elk .tiig proddtMl a MK buffalo want to bn hoitlthy uiul lieiiutlfnl. blood, due to neglected 0 !,
I !11).*.::131I : bull tl..reV1I8. souiothlnif doing right Don't wit (cold starchy fools. lllto kidney trouble.

Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady '
away, potato salad and cold porridge, unle.s
JVEBW\ heart beats, and makes onfqel ,
I With the flr!!t nssiuilt on the buffalo you hnro strong digestive organw. they had heart trouble, as though _
beca- e the heart 'Is
ATTORXEV-AT-LAW[ ((1.1F belt a doyen elks' joined in 11rl'le\ Dou't eut tee creum too fist Hnten over-working in pumping thick kidney- d ,

around the couibntants. slowly and allowed\ to melt In the poisoned blood through +
vel nil and arteries 1
of the 7th
ill Courts
practice m for non-residents The olrole of ..tac, drew close, eachbead mouth It ciin do no hnrm to either It used to be considered that only urinary

B'lit., Taxes paid collected. Blinking nuMincliiKly Its nntlors. Btonmch or eotnplexlon. troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, t'
Jrents ROil With mail 1 fury tho bull diiHhed Into Don't drink Iced waiter It kills but now modern science proves that nearly

svii.J, FLORIDA q + 1111 the circle. but met with no resistance. mow persons than strychnine doea.Cool all constitutional diseases have! their beginning e

water quench. thirst much bet In kidney trouble. ,
He might \\'l'lIl1a\'e shallow
charged a -
If sick
PENNEY, ter than Ice cold fluid.Don't you are you can make no mistake ,
D, On the other hand, Iu found himself { by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
drink much water meals
, the target for ltevl'nll I 1 pairs of at and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer'

A 1'TO[ XEY-AT-LA W.iVU.II harp horns and )pointed hoofs, which but tike n Klassful the first thing, lathe Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy Is t

FLORIDA gouged nt Ills flanks or tore Into the morning nnd the plat thing! at loon realized. It stands the highest for \its
< flesh on hU, back. night if you want pencil blow cheeks wonderful cures of the most distressing cases )

I I practice m all the courts of the 7th Mud with and Don't drink too much coffee or ten and Is sold on its merits "-"" 1
)pain thoroughly liifnrlated. t
I i ludiclal 'Clrcut.TTOnXJ'ATI.AW.[ // unless >'ou want n complexion like jy all druggists In fifty
the bull charged 1 iwilu and '
) leather III color aid. texture. lent and one-dollarelz- gl ff! !
again each time meeting with no resistance Don't drink ttpitikllng' waters andunKWeetetuvl >3. You may have a 1 l i,

A. FROST, t j from his nimble nntitgonlsM' I. 1 loiuouude It you want togamin lample bottle by mall n.mteofew.ucnas., If
and always laying himself. torear free also how
' open pamphlet telling you to find i
flcxh. They net directly\ on fatty
,\ ; 't. nut! flank attacks from the stags, lut If you have kidney or bladder trouble.

: I uractici' m all the Courts of the 7th 7b .-. which dunced about him with seeming llsaue.Don't. Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer Al r ,,'
I I eat potatoes, PIMIM. mucnronl & Co., Binghamton N. Y. r rf ry
1 Judicial Circuit. Miss Nettie Blackmore glee, snorting defiance. cream, lira nil, pastry. and, boiibonx If tY

|Tr with his' futile exertions' and nil t*
to bed A gluns of
tells how be go hungry.
any young woman may per- the time growing madder and madder. r
IJKDEKH/ K A. MORUAX, milk or a cup of choculalo will refresh InDIGESTION"I IN
: .
manently cured of monthly pains by taking you.
Abstracts of Title.[ Don't think you can out too much

opluach\ lettuce, water (cress dundollonuiul .
E. Pinkham's
| M I KST.VTK: ANO INSURANCE Lydia Vegetable Compound. .
CMrrotn. They are Hplondld, I complexion wa troubled with "torn-

I',wins, Votary Public. YOPNU WOMEN : -i had( frequent headaches of a severe nature benutiliers./ molt,troll, hI... The.lfonr. Blank-
Draught did ma
lotions, ,I'vpowrltlnp I Stenography. dark spots before my eves, and at my menstrual periods I i'utl'en'd t Don't KlinT a cold lest you Im obligedto In one week than aU more the good doo-

untold lI 'nay. A member of the lodge advised mo to try Jjjiliu 1C. starve: a fever. tor' niwllcln. I took la .'
ITITIMVII.I.B. IMiikhani's) ", \"c' t'tlLhle Compound: but I only scorned gOO advice and Don't out merely, ti> save tool 1 Overeating year.1- MRS. SARAn e. ff' ft

felt that my cantwas!< hopeless] but she kept tit me until I bought a will give you u rod noun, and l n 8HIRK1KLD KII.tUTlll' lad.

WADE: II. JUNES bottle and started taking it. I soon had the best reason! in the world to sallow complexion' TliBlford'i, 1 Hack Draught tk

TJTOST: A JONES change my opinion the medicine each day my health improved, and \ qntclcly' invigorates the, action 1', wi

1' finally I was entirely without pain at my menstruation: )periods.( I am im. >stgmteful. I How to Prweitt TlnwHr llUMtlnic. of the Htonuu-h and

|ESTATE AND INSURANCE, ."- XIU-TIK: ULACKMOKE, 28 Central Ave., Minneapolis, ilinn.\ I II If new tinware Is rllh\II'I1 l l over with cures indignation, even chronic If CIISOH will of r"

fresh!! hurl. and thoroughly heated in tho take. you ) ,
small doe
and Collections. of Thed-! .
onns Painful Periods
t 1 oven before It Is used. It will never rust fonl'u Blank: raught> occaionullv 4

|TiTi vn.i.B FI.OIlIA. are quickly and permanently overcome by I>y lln K. JMiiklmm's! II nftorwiird no matter how nuicli I It Is. you will keep your + ______
Vegetable Compound. Tim above letter It only one of hundred of put In whiter For stnlnod tinware borax Htonuich and liver, in per-

.11'olu Kr. K. II. SKV.MOUU.IyOIU.Er thousands< which prove tills! statement to be it fact. Menstruation (produce the host results.' If the fact condition.

Is a severe Htralii on woman's" vitality, -If It is! painful somcthiitfr tonpot Ilr< colTeepot Is dlscDloriNt1. on the r,

& 8KYMOUK lt wrong- l >ont take narcotics to deaden the pain, lint remove hush!\, boll It In a strong solution of Ixv- $ I
the caune! perhaps it is caused by Irregularity or womb displacements t '
SAY nix for a short I tlino, RUtIIlIlI its< brightness THEDFORD'55LACfDRAUOHT .
K X K VS-AT-L AW.Jlfoiier.il or the d'lol.tuent' of a tumor. Whatever' it Is, 1.'dJa..
E. IMiiklmni's! Vegetable Compound: it guaranteed to cure it. will return.
practice In State and Fed-
..1 ilCouitH, Special\; attention givento If there is anything about your case about which you would like special I \ ; k
admiralty practice. advice write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. No man will see your letter (She can IhIVollreclhy 'Vorhua. I l
surely help you, for no person' in America has such a wide experience In treating :
S-BLL BriLnuro, MIAMI, FLA. female ills as she' has had. She has helped hundreds. of thousand' of 11\\ / Children often cry, not from pain but 'I'

women back to health Her: address is Lynn. Masn.. and her advice is free. from hunger, although\ fed abundantly.The "
entire trouble arlsns from Inanition, Mora licknimn! i Is Cl\1I-t! by t .: ,.
IIPIIEN: E. FOSTER You are very foolish It you do not accept her kind invitation.\
their food Is not assimilated but devour constipation than by any ''f '"
Details of Another Case. od! by worms A few doses of White's other dueaM. Thmlford'i I :

ATTOUYEY-AT-LAW, r "DEAR Mns. PINKITAM Ignorance and Cream Vermifuge: will, cause them to lUiu:k-Draiight not only I re- r I j''

Dyal-Upchuich Building,, Jax carelessness!< is the cause: of mot! of the sutt'er- r "a,'e crying and hogln to thrive at once, Iive constipation butcurci J ,1l4, "
much to the surprise and joy of the
i ings of I believe that if we projierly '
U-KSONVIM.K':, KLA. women. aanddyeenteryandkeels '
niolhor. :21o!: at 1). It. Wilson A (!ton.
understood, the laws of I health we would all be he bowels regular| )' S!!j"
-- --- ---- --- -- ,.:
S lil KXHAM: M. D.1lmEO well but if the sick women only knew the North role For Plaid II..".. Alt drigl nail .ti' .
truth about Lydia ]':. I'liikliiun'x Vegetable<< f
"Talking of) hiilr restorers" said the SBoantThedford's paek.ge. t
Compound, they would be paved much sufferfig captain of a steamer who has (been ilrhalor '' :
; \
N and SPECIALIST -*'- and would soon be, cuied. .'1M"....-'".:.. ( "none of them Is. In It with the ) Ulaok- .j of I

Ear, Nose and Throat. "I used: it for five months for a local difficulty air of the arctic regions. A man with Draught to I is the boot media ,, '
cine regulate the bowel I '
'AI',M RKACH(: FLORIDA. which had troubled me for years, thin hair who falls. to get a new cropIf I have ever uiivl.- MRS. ,
and for which I had 11I'lIt i> hundreds TUB BUFFALO CHAUUKU. u. ;
be goes within the arctic circle la I n A. M. GRANT, Suoada
of dollars in the vain endeavor to ree- [Ills titles covered with crimson '
were N
Ferry C.
:. uon!.([TO'i'S y hopeless' en so. I hnve seen whalers ,( .:,
4 p tify. My life forces were being sapped, leers and his Hunks smarted. Ile was who got holt when, they stayed at

r, ...!;/i; /P. and I wave daily losing my vitality. fast' Approaching the point where he liomn for a year or two and got a new t t i..

| \VTlDKXTAI.. APARTMENTS::! ..r l////r '.:t.dllB.. IMnkliam's Vegetable must lie\ down and suffer himself to be I crop of hnlr every time they went to.

m the "DoutoH" Compound cured me! completely, andI gored to death or bent an Inglorjous gvnnl, the north pole on a whaling expolltlon. C:Oi1STlPAT.orf. Ii iI

am now enjoying the best of health, and am most grateful, and only retreat Into the thicket which his I .

Xow AT DAYTOXA.M too pleased) to endorse;: such a great remedy." Mis:* JEN NIK K EPWAKIJH, huge bulk could penetrate, but which "!low do I account for It? The far- t ii iiFor

004 II St. N. W. I>. C. 1
Washington! would stop the pursuit of the wide her you go north the land animals got

MASON.ETA1N. Mrs. Plnkbaiii, whose! address Lynn rnH".. will answer cheerfully antlered stags. ihnggler. It U. ft provision. against' the _

I and without cost all letters! addressed to her by Hick women. Luckily for him a diversion came In old. When the arctic winter np- .. I ,t

-- he chap of misunderstanding between ......... ,
) I a : p mnchea. the reindeer. the -'..... and nearly
ti 1U1 (JN
Application for Tax Deed. Notice Mon-I{ 'Hl tlogly olle of the stags hooLod\ fellow a century
'Form, a or fur Similarly the hair on the human -
FLOHII.A.rj) Under. Hen 8of'hap.4aa4Law.of'la. IN ANI> FOR URIC- and' hurt him so that be turned In anger head thickens when you go far
!! IS HEREBY 41IVKN: THAT THE and charged. north. t1icI'y's
E. Bi rho NOTICE River l.lr.iinr.ti'tiiriiiK Company' aoorl"r"tlo" In Chancery.; the attack the bison
un.lorthel..w" of New ..lerxtv.purcliaxar Oxrar A, Stewart 1v Instantly upon "It !Is a fact Now I don't want you d

1 nf tax certificates 4a. s. 4, n, 7. 21*. 21''), :1 1 VHIll I tusetaeldeTax. pen.1. caused, and the big beast wan glad to to think that once the follicle of the

f"ton BUJ.J l Building, | Main Ht., 2'1I, and 211, tinted' wrelfluateft the 1st day l. of J oltlro nlv. A., and H.I'MII.'IIUHnioila To'J Vary K. Wilder of Allmny, Ihnixliertv oonn- wander off. The attention of the elk hair are dead' new hair always comes Seeds

IlrkvonvIlie.> Rooms. bu tiled application Halil for tax il.in.....1 my l to lease In ao<*ortl- I ty OeorKla. and OU.lv )".//Cr".le..au lulaiit., of was qnlrUy centered upon the two even In northern regions. Sometime "...a..Mai "mwl" famonlln.rerr' '
Ito( South ,,
U. 17. Cliuuiu, atolttt of Carolina Wad ol
/ Huld& ball
aura with law. Said certificate, embrace the Yon and catch of you are hereby I required toto champions of their own race and the when a uiuu la apparently a* bald. asa O."l.r..I.'w/. IItOIl.!!...... A nnu.IxulpuU .(y (
[DENTIST.pant \;:; lollowinif. Florio dexorllaed l h.. tn-wlt l proporryMttiitite'l: All Siticiil, Grant In llrevanlitnnntv In atl" appear. the Kill of Complaint\ fI ::: :herein buffalo was left alone to nurse bill billiard bull, the rolllrlen are not l_ltf all applbvow.The :
a. M. rtHKr:
against/ : yon In the atxivn entitled nose on or 1_ r ArCe.
tlon 42: tnwiinhlp All l eolith rings U'Ult. AllS fore the ITtli dar of Hcptamlior A. l>. t'.xn.! The wound. dead and there I. hope for blm."-Phil- 1" Udall, I/Mk. ;'
limljjo Work, iiil Orant In .nortlon. 4>, townxlilp :JD. south, or ..
JI'rtn"H'r: AKVIH-ATR I I. hereby dealgnated a* -- -- --- .
,, adelphlu lot'd".r.lIow
ra".11II spat All rifitul" irant In .rU 37 '
I'orcelaln the tiiHVApaper" In which thla oruur.u.u t/e i iib- .
Inlays 34 east All H"ifiil,
township "I 1 south rams
lI.h".I""e a week fur four conxwuttra' weekH. I )' j' 1s
IIIjth.claH81'late arrant In nwt.lon :ix. towrmhip' !tn ,"mnitli rings 34emit. to Ur... as Oral. (
Work. WltnuiM hand and deal of sell Court till +
my Usually begins with the 8ymptoma.r'a
unction 40,
__ Ail Sejcnl Gout In township' the. sal day of August ino:<. Take two I plus| and stick them
All rant In IIt\ut
20 south range IH Cost angel "n A. STEWART>: common cold ; there fs c111IIDOM. snoozing
Application for lion :3e. town..hli| L 0 south, range, :u enxt.. All (ct ct Real) Clerk of mild. Court sore throat hot skin quick pulse\[ firmly Into the table through the sheet Largest and Most Com.nlato 1
Tax Deed.! Hriciil Grant. In section oil. Towualilp 'M! inutli
lnndx anNeimed hoarseness and Impeded respb'ntlon.( of paper on which you wish to draw
ranK 34 seat The aahl l Icing "t ( Establishment South. ;,
,,iki," ., the duto of the lumMnre of HII.'" cerUOrxtealnthe Jive frequent| small dimes of liallard's the oval about two Inches apart. Then It
'' g" n Chap.4-. iAwiork'la. nam of Win. M: Uiillmu.. Unluni' oahl! far A Ow ln< Old Will. llorehound Hjrup, (the child will cry for tie together tbe vittlt of a bit of string
IL6 to law ta.tI..d GE0Sr HACKER &
'N'' RI RERV titlonte* nhjtll he radpeniad aomrdmi "My bohby.U the collection of SON .
1.,1..,. GIVEN. THAT W. U.r will liMiie thereon. on the :2Ut day of Septemher It) and. at the lint sign of a croupy about eight Inches long no un to form a t f
1'j, -I"f, Tu Certificate* Nns.K strange wHls. said n retired sea cap
A. D.1907wltneu cough apply frequently ItallanEssnowLiniment
n. 71) loose end each t
two ,
1111. *". M2,124.: loop, leaving
\ 125.1-11I. and seal thin tha20tlnlayof
the otllrl.il "
1 iJ.llett Hint day of PIT nfirimrnre tain. "I have g.itherpd together copies externally tit the throat. folk;
July A. U
August A, H. HW.Jli about an inch long. When you have
idled" gild! 1111/0! ertmoates. In my ort''e' ann r. 'T. HKAL] A. A, STEWART of over fifty odd testaments, and line at B. K. Wilson A: Mop, Tltusvllle, Kla. ,, hlt
ror tax d..1 done this. tie the loose end Into a
s1, witt '..w a dd. to lease In "w Clnrk; Circuit Court of Hrevnrd county, KlaHy rending MMII of them are. One. over
IIowII' 1'rlhe.1 certificates embrace o A, Stewart J}. fj mailer loop which rn-.' )1 alttlate.1 In Sit< old .Iu..nthll--wbat do you 'i
..\..Uor" t'I..rhla. prorty ty and E'6 of years Plow. to *rtv.. Tan toeklna. than uttlclunt to admit the point of a I yll
W. U Town.hl!, 27 ""tn, Kanice alf).;.j j"i Application' for Tax Deed.. thInk Why. It bequeaths To save your stocking sew a piece of pencil. Now place the larger loop over '
.rSIVI4: So This 18 I the It rends
to CrixL :
.eclona.T"wn..II' way
Ruin iP : 1; | chamois leather the Inside of the of Jr.
Eurt 1 ofNWV ot on the two pin and, putting the point
st .. she'' ., !( 61 Lawn of FlorliU.TVTOTICK 'In I>*l nomine. AIIIPTI; the yere of fd. p. +
of 4MWI
8 'tlon4. t'nder\ Heo 8, Clmp. tiI
heel shoe. This will It
t Rin-f( t Townnhlii in of ;your prevent your pencil through the smaller loop,
;.or *. *. THAT W. M. Lord 1541. the XXXtb day of May
!*!II..I: H.- : S""tlon' e. Town- : M HRItKHY: our
"""' :,\ : '. rubbing the stocking and so delay the stretch the utrliiif na far an It will !go
'b'pr.II' < tut) Et 8CU"n r .fTavlor.. plircha.er. of Tax. ( .rtl ratM NOH. t Robert IVtlKrew" ., bole of mynd andmcm'ry ,
'std x! '"th.: Pange :s, toast; NEil.. E" of Ilandlag, dated the iKt ilayof. July A It.liinl appearance of those dreaded hole and circle nil around the plnn. YOIt..1It
.e,'tlt SW\i\ n SFyI.rtln10Tnwn. hue tiled Bald cartincau In my office, and make my te tumt>nt and last 'jI
'hlp flalltfI' : E..t: W' Section In. ban made application for tax dean to limm Inacuonlance and find that In moving from one pin to the ;: .
forme .
: 'will yn manner followynx: ., ... ... "
.. .1"';1. U Itanga30! East fl" of fI W'.. :: with law 'S+i lil I certlncatm embrace MOOT A'' ... 'r".n"hlp.l:. Knl1tf.. Range the fullnaingdeserlled' prowrty| ultnatoil In Bre- ; Flrnt I twfjueth my sowleo Almighty -Jl' :
the and fill .
: Have ready covers as described .
nut : : you trlnnglo and that the ttgur .t i.
lIoIt.tl..u 17. to-wlt. All Petwr rnnob- '' }
"" ''" 18 Town"hll,27 vard l countj, Florida (roil and my body to bot buryd yn tbe ; IL. !
nob'f' V"Tth Ply of ES' 01 Loc 8..8 ctlon and Grant In Swrlon 3i, Townnhlp 'Jit South of each jar cover at once while boiling In pamlng all round 1 the pin l In n. perfect t ,
1,1,, n.h' '' /Range| ** East s loOt .. S..or 84 end 35 Kau>t; All: l., Crayon Orant inSect churchyard of North C.dlx>ry. I b!- hot. This will make them perfectlyair Inatni MANUFACTURERS OF
oval thin most delicate
r ;. >:!". 4<.i, Township' W South, of Range 3A Kju: t: <]iu>tli to my nonn Richard a rowe 4 an alt
ER'KPJjftas'" fr-r 'nVh8
i .' ( t ..f Piemmin : loOt Range 6.40 In Kant.!:Brctlun The 8,said In 'rnwn"hlr.aa auei South..e.,l of at nil!. the second best grass panoe. IIplattcra. made tight. In Jsm.this jellies way will and keep marmalade two or ment can produce.A Doors Sash, Blinds. y''I' I 1

I" ,teL" lIE'liwnshlpyi/ South Range" the date of the (Inonance of ouch certitlcate In thaname II lIyub"8 of pewter, and an up _
Inn .
I. laid cortlflcataihallM even three Tears.II
Townshlp'as fnlem
L. 8ollth. of Unknown .. akar of wheat an> akar of dragge, and --- Itcitinrknble Jt *coril.
( "tlon *.-75" ""p M | > redeemed aoi-orilinicto law tax deed will I. Mcnlding & Building Material ,
aw a't oalot the J4th day of September A. D., akar of medow. To daughter ''
"'ttbw... of rq ue thereon on an my Chamberlain's Cough Keiuedy boa a i
n ( .nanee h certl0.. ..w to lmm Frrlav P....
''e.lb'met The Ole..n KI'OII. t C". I90A.Wltnemi my ofllclal ulirnariira. and .el thli the Alys a co47 To my Bonne Thomas.In Do not << a frying' as It Is remarkable record. It has been la' nse once A: Waieroomii, King, oppomt i .
H pan
;ro,, ... \ arms.,.J. Kenney Annie 14th day' of 'uirn.t, A. i)..J"I3.cor. old oxe The renlde of my good, for over thirty yean, during which time Cannon /Street: i' t
,, 'hail,,,,. l... CT. ..AL.1 {t. A. MTEW" RT. !liable! afterward to burn. Instead rubwell million bottle have been sold and .I }
: [ Mtwde
rb. u x Idtoertlar.tw. not twquethed. I give to my many
I I'nl .. Fla.
Clerk circuit CiMirtof nrarard oonnty ] with bard crust of bread and
a Charleston]
used. It ha long been the standard and C. 1
L.P", or'lIne law tax deed 117 o. A Stewart. U. C. Wyffe. PblladelpbU Uecord. I' .
:. r the Itch day of IlJeptember. wash In bot water. main[ reliance' the treatment of croup j 1 ,

de.r\ 'I'' YOU ARE -- ----- .. In thousand of home, yet during all Sash t
s if 9a atnre and Notice. Weights Cord and e
? A IJ, 1903.art seat ebb the YOU KNOW Wh TAKIMU 121 Year a Oyspeptlc. this time no cue lass ever been reported ,

A. A.STEWART, When you take Orove'a Taaeleia Chill to the manufacturer 'la which It failedto
u ''IIrt "' Breirarrt. CONCERNED TAKE NOTICK THAT R. II. Foster, 319! 8. :3d St.. Salt Take effect When Hardware.
R county I'oa. ALL after date 1 will a* Sheriff and Tonlo because the formula l I. plainly a cure. given a" soon aa I
) O. ( month
Stewart, D. C. cx.nltlclo AdminlRtratorof the entaw of R.n. printed on every bottle bowing' that It laafmgly : writes : "1 have been botheredwith the child become hoarse or even aa the

Doom deceased late of Brevarci County. Iron and Quinine In a tasteless dyspepsia or 'Indigestion for 21 oroupy cough: appears, It will preventthe Window and Fancy Chase !

INNER SALVE Florida. present, to the my Anal Honorable coounu A. M I*. uoU)'enne"a
healing Salve' the LVianty' JadRa! of old County, and pray for toy recently I got a bottle of Uerblne. One children like It. It contain no opiumor A SPECIALTY.

In world.ends Inal (i cbarKe from inch admlnl.trialoo! bottle cured me, I am DOW tapering' off other harmful substance and may betgt..n. ---- ---- -- -
if. t'. hRUN'N, ::rVe cannot guarantee to publish on the second. I ba". recommended It a* confidently to a baby. to aa

1 Honey and Tarpneumoale. A* BhcrlnT.ulnlatrator and ex-ofllcio amid Mtata Ad- Item that do not reach this office before to my friends' j't' Is caring them too." adult. For gale by all druggist and me- Foley's Honey mat Tar ,

'ntaevnle Fla..July "bt.lIW: tiJoodecal noon on Thursday 50c at II. K. Wilson Son, Tltusvllle dlcln dealer. torch! ,. ... ...u,... Noopl4ltes.l t t



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JAMKS. PIUTCHAKD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vlrr.p,

EAST COAST ADVOCATE WHO WILL LEAD ? C. 8. ScinrsxicK, Cashier W. S. BKANSIKO, Aeet. t'ashler deBI
It Is evident that the Democrat!) GW"A"r

OrIIIDT OF TUB IBDIAB alma, LAKBWOBTH it will make the party leader In
1901. W. J. Bryan's showing DEPOSITORY.
/ EVERY FRIDAY. Ohio and his recognized strength OVERCAPITALIZATION()/ Authorized

in the West has put a serious face .r""' Paid capital, $1 COCoe

i OBABLCS H. WALTOM Editor A PubIlMh.r.DI.oontlnuance upon the problem of political hare ,,.... I Average up capital. $4D,000
4 mony, and the result no man can By JOHN W. GATES: deposits, $150Dpt:

i i ) or ailrte. must be made per accurately foresee. If Mr.\ Bryan

...ally at this office or by writing. continues to advocate the Kansas 0 tin Transacts a General Baukil't '

M"'v City Platform, as he will undoubt.
Ollecll:,ato., may be made payable to CHABI.CIH. his HAT i ia usually called overcapitalization is the fixing 't'I I
i WauTONpubll.her.. edly do, and adheres to present Business
I7 4 policy of fighting every available' of a mark by corporations AT WHICH TO SIIOOTi'DIVIDENDS. t ;

rr In writing" to the AIIVOOATK ror Inform candidate advanced by the democracy It is a look into the future. It is r Syx r Largest and Oldest Bank on the
7 41; ilono.mnykindLlmwrltorwulohhgebyenclo.nInga .. I of the East and South it will Rive

/ stampoil.aililronnod, onvelupn. be extremely dllllcult for the partyto making provision for a prosperity that is to come. I JI Eichanga bought:Countries and sold ."n .11 fon.n,

secure a proper presidential candidate I DO NOT CONSIDER THAT ANY CORPORA. I

BOSTON OJrFIC''C-TIfB EA.T COAT ADvOII when the nominating con. TION IS OVERCAPITALIZED WHEN IT CAN PAY Patronage appreciated. Vronmt i
rd has an office at 404 Atlantlo.venue -enc! ''
II 1 OATS optmncl treatment and every favor ..ir'll
Boston .which will l he In charge of Mr. Clauilo vention meets. The Nebrasklaneeems REGULAR DIVIDENDS ON ITS CAPITALIZATION. .s. e rvative banking gralt5aCORRESPONDENTS, ,
{ G have definite policy in
O. Walton. to no
i The trouble with this so called overcapitalization is that e T Seaboard National tank >
,; mind except to block that grett great ri; uti't reT4 rational Bank of of Vw Yv, a
fq .I l Address all communications to and solid wing of our party whichhe the incorporators do not look far enough ahead. They do not fix: ; x F4
l y EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Is to denominate as the .ICITYJ VILLE, FLA.
111 pleased their mark so that prosperity will be bound to illumine their target
,IR, ;' |TlTU$ ILLZ. rtORJDA. "reorganizers." Those who think ------ -------- ----- -
+r --- -. -- --. Mr. Bryan is wen and can makeno and make their aim sure. In plain English, they do not allow enough

; 17. S. Department of Agriculture headway in the nominating con time to dispose of their securities and place their schemes on a solid THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

vention are doomed to disappoint and DIVIDEND PAYING basis.
'!; Weather IJiireau-Jupiter, operating .

ment. there Many of the failures of the present are due to this fact. For instance Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Unfortunately are many ,
The folio wing i* a comparative state- ,
e' meat of temperature and rainfall for the strong men in the party who have a company that was expected to float successfully and operate *

weekending Tuesday, Sept. 8, 100.!. become so imbued with the sixteento remuneratively at about this time would run up against an absolutelydead
II 190: -1902- noth Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk
idea that they can see Brick
6 y. DATB. MAX. MIN. MAX Mil*. one in security market. Of course the good ones will come out all ...",
but ruin ahead maintaning
9' 2 3 H HI')) 71 70 at 80 70 70 the ing gold standard. These men will right-they can afford to wait the time when all securities will besought Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone So ji|

''b r d 4 H3 71 itt: 75 stand by all that Bryan advocates for eagerly for investment purposes. J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager
s ,, r 85 73 firt 73: and perhaps will succeed In effectually
it loin 73 87 7t1'au' K lit R ._
n blocking the party in the ------ ------- --- --- -
7 87 71\\ 87 75
I '? i 8 87 75 87 75 nomination of one of the old line The weaker companies--companies that depend absolutely upon E. C.

Total rainfall for the week: 4.1)5) democrats! which policy is equivalent their stock sales to furnish operating capital and money in the treasury JOHNSON S.
it(+tt f ; Departure from normal rainfall for the to the defeat of the democratic
week: plan SJ.flJ): Inches. Departure But, in the meantime, who for the payment of dividends-are likely to have a hard time.
h from normal rainfall since January 1,
r ,t plus 4.45 Inches. is the best qualified man to lead us until conditions improve. ,... Groceries and Fresh Meatsof

M UAL. I*. HAHIHN Observer. to victory in 1904? Of course there are some corporations that have difficulty in float. .

k From our point of view Grover all kinds.
'- -- Cleveland is the strongest man in ing in the most prosperous imes. They are organized largely make .

dti THOUGH Sir Thomas Lipton goes the Democratic party to day, butas money through sales of stock. THE DIVIDEND PROPOSITION Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

home without the cup, still he has his nomination is out of the IS A REMOTE CONSIDERATION. But these corporationswould Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
it added to the firm esteem In which it is needless to take timeIn
question 1e .
the light of day if the bankers were more conserva OOO.O FLA
Mr he has ever been held in this country discussing the probability of his never see _. .
-- -- -- -
as a fine gentleman and a true candidacy. Perhaps the very best tive. In nine out of ten cases the bankers are responsible for puttingthis

i 6 sportsman man for the democratic presidential class of securities on the market.IT .
r Lumber and Material)!
nominee is Alton B. Parker/ of Building
L THE Atlantic National Bank, of New York. He has kept himselfIn

; Jacksonville, and the Fort Dallas the back ground, has not been TO LAY THE FOUNDATION FOR THE FLOTATION OF THEIR Saab Doors and Blinds Brick, Lime and Cement Nails nod L'uildetsIlauiware !! .

Y' National Bank, of Miami, have been nationally prominent until very re STOCK. MASUKY'S HOUisE' PAINTS, F. W BIKD A MPAROIII O 'S

1 designated as United States Depositories cently, and has always voted the If, therefore, there was more conservatism among banks, less ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS
the of the U., Orders filled promptly. Write us for etitlmates.
by Secretary democratic ticket. He
straight sounding
i in without fully
inclination to participate apparent good things
14 Treasury. would be the least objectionable EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
candidate the faction their actual means and ultimate ends, there would be fewer failures General Office at Eau Gallle. Fla.
to Bryan we Yards at EAU GALLIE, 1T1U8VILI.E, FORT PIERCE and West }1'iln Beni
; lIT a decision of the Supreme could name, and at the same time fewer shortcomings, attributed to overcapitalization.The .
'I' -- -- -- --------- --- ---
"' 1 I, '' Court relative to paying interest on Is considered a very safe, conservative English methods of organizing companies require that a cor-

i; county warrants Brevard County man. New York would, in all poration shall have dollar for dollar the amount of its stated.cap- Hodges <& O'Hara
,' ; i Commissioners have ceased that probability, give him its electorialvote ,

y4 I practice and our once gilt edge and! in order to win, the Dem italization. Anything short of that is called overcapitalization In ...Manufacturers and Dealerntin...

did warrants are now below par. ocrats must carry that state. America it id different. If a corporation is capitalized at, say, $200 Rough
On the other hand/ A. P. Gorman and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBE
000 and has actually but 10 per cent of that amount, it cannot be said Di
''i' Is themost, talked about candidateat
it I THE Miami Metropolis announces but his nomination that the company is overcapitalized IF IT CAN AND DOES Orange Box Mends, Fruit and Vegetable Crnten Moulding, Sbinll.! ,etc.I
that us soon as their new building present Mill and, office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Wrlle us for pilcti- delivered!
t I is completed they will commence would be unwise in every way. We PAY DIVIDENDS UPON ITS FULL CAPITALIZATION. to any part of the btfite. Address: lodges & 0'Hara. UulTali.. Bluff Eli

C the publication of a daily newepat would stand no show of winningwith -. --- ---- -
The will Gorman at the helm. lie has
per. Dally Metropolis The Oldest Established Grain and Peed, HOIIHI "n >lii StaC.Wm. ..
carry a good telegraphic service! been too thoroughly Identified with THE PHILIPPINES FOR NEGROES r
h I will cover the local field thoroughly politics and is objectionable to theWest

j and will\ in every respect be In keep. The Bryan faction would By T. THOMAS FORTUNE Metro Journalist : : .. -A.-Bouts. : cSsCcGRAIN
ing with the developments of the tight( him all the way through; and

; I Bay Biscayne section. being a southern man would restrict A some future period, when the American; people desire; reallyto
him to the electoral vote of HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
r ,
solve the negro problem in the United States and to ,
the SoUth. A proper leader of the ,
Ir the Democratic party follows Democratic is the most reassure the Filipino people, let them appoint some such Fertilize
great party Flour Grits Meal and
the lead of Nebraska and Ohio the ,
vital question before us today. able Afro-American as Booker T. Washington to be governor of the
I, .
continuedsupremacyoftheRepub.lican Without harmony it will be almost __e T. M 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.Agta
Islands with fellow commissioners and I believe
party is as secure as the con. Philippine sympathetic
t a Btltutlon Itself. If it endorses the impossible to win. Cleveland is A LARGE NUMBER OF AFRO-AMERICAN PEOPLE ( Feed. Warehoused on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and plant Sysle*
the only man who could win with. :
I & Kansas City and Chicago platforms out the West and Middle West, butas WOULD DESIRE TO LIVE UNDER THE AMERICAN FLAG -- LOOTS.P. --- -
in the next convention the

tt might. well forego the farce party ofA for we him have to secure said the it is nomination.Impossible IN TILE I'IIILIPPINES.3aaa Rxih.lm.an <& Co.

campaign. The country won'thave Bryan will see that Cleveland is
MI'' it, and Democrats do not believe $J tt3 61 i cros df 261 Washington St )1 NEW YORK.J3 .
he has
not the nominee, for / the
in the discredited theories of \ Murray Street. J N. Y.
those declarations. Unless the strength sulllcient for that. UNIVERSITY OF L DZfi
That their is a growing dl lutli.flictlon !
( Democratic party appeals to the I
;l against the present adiuinstratlon (IXCLUSIVELY: FOR MALES.)
sober sense! and patriotism of the Florida Pineapples
l obvious ,.
IM tit everyone.Roosevelt'l Twentieth Year. Beginning 22 1903.
American people it can not win. Sept. ,
erratic career and the I I J JlUV.'l

uneasiness he occasions when a FOl'R.YleAlt COt7R.ER-Agrloultnral.C'h..mlatry.Chll Engineering, Me-
THE amount of money in circulation war cloud rises on our horizon, rhunli.a| Knitlniwrlnit.. U..n..al 8 lonoe,Latin. Science. ,Clay.,l .... Two'(earn'pniiraa InMachnnln OTJIO 8PCIA.I..I."Y. .
.. tI
'rta One ) .1' Bourse In Himin or Htn itr'phjr and Trix-wrltlnir. A
in the United States Is now hall made him an object of anxietyby of or two 1'1.1..1. for these V
preparatory online one years an rtmlrlng We wish tl'' CPI
'i'' $2,382,000,000' the largest sum in the business men of the coun- I lion A are short alM)course offered.of live weak In Agriculture or Horllciiltur i'oetlraluate' I Ionunea B represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and

''I the history of the country. In 1896 try.: The business world clearly g The ilorinltorlmt are nailer the Immediate which. of Inrtructor.whomake: A you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established: years
every effort to h\l..... Into tbe ntuilentnanpirlt, l..a'<. to high mental moral andphvaloattevelepmentl CO
t the figures were 11.500,000,000. regards him as unsafe, and wouldbe Oymn..l"m-ltejllllaUv.. ,I cnrree'Ivegvmna.tlcer,5.qulredofallstudents. --- -
During the last seven years, accordingly glad to see him supplanted by I line modern biillillnun and tint ulanaequipment.TUITION ,I I ESTABLISHED 1870.
li' the money In circulation has some m6re conservative man. But I
l increased over 60 per cent. Although FREE TO FLORIDA STUDENTS. NO
select standard
who will we as our
I' n',1'' population has increased bearer In 1001! ? That is a question For Catalogue aiMre, M. Lane & Son

?'+ rapidly, the circulation per capita bothering the party no little, T.H. TALIAFERRO, C. E., Ph. Df: President, Lake City, FEEJ.L : ,

i' now stands close to $30, an increase and will continue to bother us until -
*t I A of more than $8 since 189(1.( The the National Convention meets. 13 (I a u tct2 a c a a 2jO WASHINGTON: STREET, NEW YORK.

'1- I circulation in the United _._. -.
capita -- -- -- -
per -
will -
{ Let. us hope the right man/ be
I ,, I States is larger than in any other named. Southern Fruit and Prodiicl

P country, with the single exception The Best is Found the Cheapest.
of France, where the circulationper SEASIDE MUSINGS.

capita is $37.38.COMMENTING Coro.ro..lss1oc.: : .: : : :tMIerchan: : .
[ H'rt/f'M; for the .IditM-atf.]

l R In ......rl... .il...p love to mans UNITED PINEAPPLE WRAPS
i on the new railroad Along old oeean'.brmtijr strand', FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
't system formed by the combination And watch the mail w. come and noAnil
dull their o'er glistening: 1 ..aot.A .
of the Rock Island and the Seaboard .
Stencils Cards and application.
quiet place It twin for sueT our quotations furnished on
l Air Line, Sam Small let loose >dream o'er Jojrmii yeMy tra scene, Are the Best. Ask -
nrvclmifl mntnnr'ft role.to hear your Neighbor. -- --- ----------- -
his pencil thus in the Atlanta Constitution \\iUilil my childhood happy home.My .
: "Think of it I This new _
rrayhalredfather's urn MM to WE MAKE THEM IN ALL
i Briarean giant pillows hie head They touch shoe rtiorilt within HIT heart COLORS. The Buffalo Gasoline MotorHas
III* wonU or wlmloin ort I heurU
among the skyscrapers of Chicago, I did not know our live could part.

t drinks from Lake Michigan, grasps And choolinatM dear,I loved no fond
i the golden harvests of the How happy: ,caroleM, then wen we, For Tomatoes try demonstrate
1 great Borne)now In far on lauile are laid, : Has
,+ Dakotas at AVatertown in his left Home roam acroM the>Uv...p blue sea

j hand, the quick ocean traffic of the The old , Where)then In innocence! we strayed, .UNITED D
Atlantlo at Norfolk in his right A iit tely m.n.lonre It*bead l Vegetable Paper.
r Land, holds Mexico's: magnificent Where>oft our chlldlih games we played . all other for the

international commerce attached Now other heart heal there.gay
And stranger walk the batty dell.
?Le to his left foot at El 1 Paso, and the No more well know thonetriuKinll boon One trial will make you our customer.If waters.
Now listen to the old school bell.
trade of the Caribbean and the Mrs. E...A. CHAtE.UntLucle dealer handle UNITED: S SP
i : your does not BRAND of Papers write to HIGH
forthcoming isthmian canal travel I ,ria., SeptI.ISWJ.E3T LIGHT

to his right foot at Tampa." Evidently Subscription for the ADVOCATE, UNITED I*VIPER: : : CO., Absolutely HiIlM' Ii

the "giant" ii not "flat of I the pink paper of the East Coast will be

hIs b ck" by any means.t I received at the Melbourne Postofflce. I SOUTHERN OFFICE, ATLANTA, GA. R. Wallace, Agt. West PalmA Beach ,<

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Palm Beach. I Tibbals. I OEORO MARX. l

est Eden.Mrs. Melbourne.

tile door-in the Dade County Religious services-will be resumed at I I :: John Miller[ spent last Thursdaywith .A..R. JI3 < .

e e"'k 'thing of beauty" and Ankona chapel :Sunday next, :Sept. lath, Mrs. N. baundeis and family. IIHHARI W. 'UOODK.-Raul Kutatv. Notary'
forever." at 11 a. m. Rev. L. J. Public nun C'unvfyanofr.' Agent for Aetna,
B jUwrillaprove "a joy Sawyer
pastor. i WHOLESALE
Dan McCarty la busy with two teams Liverpool and Lnmlonaml Qlob llartfonl andProvidence .

y R, nappersett, a former rested Mr. and Mrs. George Audrewa are hauling slips from J. II. LeTourneau'place Special iwhintctoii attention. Fire paid Iniiuranoa to the Interest Companion .
r', Palm Beaob bL now of are toying a two weeks' visit with Mr. to set out at Ankona. ot nou,renlitontaDR .
of Mrs. O. cM tcalf. and Mrs. Chaffee and two children of
Sr -- ------ Fruit and Produce
ndieaJ{ Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. W. F. Richards and Miss Etta ..
have I A "EF.K-J'IIY"'IAM: Ain rtimnicoN.RmlilBiioe .
Airs. W F. Ilaokert art Mapes were the guests of Mrs. Ktaeger, Mollxnirue. Rae Galllo, HumUy
t'f from then summer outing on I ongd'SAkeaare Mrs. G. A. Saeger served the Tibbals at the Tibbals Country Club last Friday Tuesday and Friday afternoon.

I / at home, to their friends Country club right royally, on Thursday. afternoon. Corner Bay and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE,

< home> Mrs. W. F. Richards, of Eden, and Miss C. T. McBride made A trip south on
l/ of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Webb went to
Nest Palm Beach Gun Club bale addition Mapes, to various Gallle members., were present Full justice in- Stuart, Saturday night, to stay until Monday.J. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN ;

yed, a beautiful silver loving club was done to the tempting "menu." Monday with Mr. Webb's sister, Mrs. A. Collins, of Titusville, was In our ,
: liven to the club doing the Hairy W. Richards. town last week.
Labor day. J. TJ Waters
[ the contest on spent Saturday at Fort
sulk at Pierce.N We know of We are having good old fall weather; Leon Adams made a business trip to Seed
frommer no one more deserv Potatoes :Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In e""on.CIIT''Vtt .
8 M. J. ponce has returned ing of a holiday than our friend Thomas. lots of rain, cool days, fine breeze day Titusville one day last week.
visit in St. Augustine and Working and late and nights, and no mosquitoes and that solicit consignments of : ?
fall and winter early It Is no wonder Mrs. Ida M. Hector was called to Ohio
H preparing her that tbe precincts of Lulu pinery are last fact Is a paralyzur. Why don't we by the severe Illness of her mother. .. ._ __ __ .___ __ __
fy Ponce'sh ---- ---- -- --- -- --- --- n
:;, DUI'lnMills/ kept in the best possible order and that have them? In dry weather, when there

e 'S was ably conducted by fruits and flowers of all descriptions re- Is a good breeze we say, "Ob, vie never Bob Smith, of Giant, wan in town last Eau Gallie.

lIougb. spond readily to the good care lavished have mosquitoes' this weather. The sun week, shaking bands with old friends. 1

| pleasure that the AD- upon them by this indefatigable worker. Is hot and the breeze blows them away."
with much But don't have Messrs. Dolton and Drake of Malabnr
lT eoireiipondent' announces the 10- Harry Jennings turned to Woodcoteon why weather we? mOllqultoealnm08qulto made a business; trip to town Mond.ty.Messrs. G. F. PnddlHon made business trip to
of the Lake Worth band Jacksonville on Friday last
:utlon Thursday evening. He looking the Jos. P. Brown and F. J. Webb
? a. leader. It was We think the Star's Jensen ,
,I'rof. Kaufman picture of health, burring the absence ofa correspondent !illlllliller! of Melbourne the
Interim of discoSllccras of Titusville, were !In town last Filday. wan
( the
take back since the
lie,) dining bronze tint that Southern can now a seat
suns have guest of Mrs. Paddlaun, on Saturday.
:; attend them. formally given to his countenance. The ADVOCATE'S Stuart correspondent followed Miss\ Helen Mlllej visited Mrs. Paddi-

has teturned, from his six northern climate seems to have Instituted his criticism of him by making; a son, at Kim Oallle,Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marshall and !Mr. and
y Cow visit to Jensen and writing more real Mrs Haight and Olho Ilalght visltodAspluwnll
I triii to Cuba. on the schooner a bleachlnu process, and ar Hm we up Mis.\ Peek and Milts Agnes Glbbs ac
of the and that would Hun day.
hardlv news place, news on
with his nautical exLean. recognized
our genial fi lend and
oompanled Dr. Peak to Eau Gallle on
; .) u' plwl cene8- < nclKhlinr.; Mr Jennings; will klioitiv return give the outside world a good Impression Friday. Mr. Simpson, of New\ York, was doing .
bysthuee of the little than be has
.ii mterentinc; ao said to Pennsylvania for the pnipoHeof pleasant town, business with our merchants, Saturday.Boat .
ovoieil with the leading i>l It. acnnmpanvinK Mis. Jennings. cud] son written in months. Jensen Is our next Miss HOMe Young of West Palm Beach. llttlnga are his specialty. LOOK TO
r home, Home time In November.On door neighbor and is all right. has been visiting her fl lend, Mrs Metoalf
'l'bllml/e"lIlmli; opened the bowl- the past week. Major Jordan Is preparing for a fall If suffering from any
Cards received last week
Kiev i anti has very generously Ret Wednesdiy nfteinoon It was our were announcing garden. The Major's vegetable garden Might call at my new \
for the good plansuie to attend the marriage, at Newark, N. J., on Tbe Epworth League social given las cal
Thu'sI.y. much given' Mrs Sept. :2nd, of Miss Lydia M. Brown to Friday night proved a success, both so
euseul the ladies, a move by K.: .1. I.nee The grinding outtlt In
Mr. Arba Clinton Fisher of Boston, and The new Methodist church building In
fair ex. We slnueier guests were entertained In most dally financially
the n
l' enjoy
uted Un. E. II. \
and be of
Mass. Miss Brown having spent two looming up promlHua to one
,, his, venture) will prove a success. able manner, on the enclosed verandas, Mrs. E. M. Campbell .C'lias. Campbell
: where flinch winters here as the guest of her cousin, the handsomest buildings Kan Gallie. 11 Laura St. '
been : wax pleasantly Iniluli. d.in. and Frasfer enjoyed a sail In the yacht ____ .
Ibiiral society has recently orLd Mrs. J, II. LeTourneau, Is well knownon u
The fruit, a hugh Mr. and Mrs. Will have returned -
paw-paw, measuring Madge the first of the week. Tylamler
results the Sound and
encouraging Mr.
\\ltb very 20x28 Inches Fisher as a successful i
was duly carved, end an from Fort Pierce, and are again/
Mama l Kuuior presumes to announce each participated in helping to diminishIts commission merchant, has han Mr. Healy, of St. Augustine, spent last settled their cony home on the Eau South
[Dramatic club Is being "talked diinermliiD, exclamations; of surprise dled a large proportion ot the pineapple Sunday evening In town. One of our Gallle river

Who Days we are not a talented at the delicious and spicy flavor were crop from the river, and Is therefore also buys looked pretty blue, but never mind.
Palm Beach "do well known for the last Mr. Letnoroux the Kohn
o. !Surely: West heard. It ten years. They representing
was gently hinted that another M. C. Salmon III
., and have the best wishes of everyone In the Willis K.: Gerow the ever popular FurohgoltDry Goods Co Jacksonville,
larger specimen would be for In front of hh
ready of the Standard Oil Co.) and business with merchants plnco. ,
place. agent was doing our ,
Jg far and dissection In the future.
the East Coast near Each
of person I
people ---- Moore, representing a Jacksonville house.wel'e on Saturday I last Mrs. J. K Itettlnr ,
to learn of the Illness of present hoped to be remembered in
will regret
| In town last week. the
ly two week
lenry M. Flagler! although news of the distribution of "tickets" which Foley's Honey and Tar Is peculiarly Mr. and Mrs W. A. Huffman will soon pant .

Invalestence is cheering; but follow- should bring/ them together again under adapted for chronlo throat troubles, and The ball game last Saturday resultedIn be In their new residence ou Voting Cool weather now, a / I

I IB the illness of Mrs. Flagler, and the hospitable roof of the present hostess. will positively cure bronchitis, hoarseness a victory for the bachelors, by a score street This new house presents a tine from the extreme' heat
abroad and all bronchial of 13 to It however the benedicts from Indian ( t i
In are that an extended trip The earth trembled and the rushing diseases. Refuse ; say appearance River Where Is the '
revent their usual winter visit on substitutes !bold: by Wilson Jte: I they will win to-mor'row's.game.Georgiana. I man .
of water heard Immediately after a heavy Messrs. 1Jod Mon Brothers are painting to work tilt rood. We $ )

list, side-a fact to be regretted. report which occurred at 10 o'clock !Sunday : ------ the large houseboat In their shlpvnid. It badly, as the gum U ,

1 presentation of the drama, "Rio morning. Investigation showed that Is owned by <}. C Weld, of Boston, and We ,

H", at the Gruber Opera House, oniy. the eighty-barrel water tank and Its Immense contains a line Mail and rower yacht. V. I Uncock cm say In Amen Iogarii '

the 4th, called out a large and support, at Beulab Cottage, had EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICES The wreck of the steamer Maggie Dillon Ion of the HclionU" ', iiiul t ''
been razed to the beams
dative audience, and the youngand giound. Hugh ,
Is being removed from the Eau Gallleliver. still be raid" against t
( gentlemen In the cast acquit- Mooring;, scantling, staves, hoops and Tli Is U a good move. Moieofthe
piping descended In a complete wreck II. L. Johnson ". '
lemselves! with great credit show- the liver could be I !'t.
lent beyond the usual for amateurs. demoralizing the hennery and its Inmates in "l''lel. for Ocala, to attend, the }

I but two exceptions, none had ever as well as the residents of the The sharpie Lizzie carried a party over bllsn' blooded iHttlo

(red before the footlights. rabbit hutch, both being located in near to the Buach ou Sunday, returning by tend to Ii.tve H line

proximity to the water supply. Both moonlight. Dr Harah C. Hodgson and us loon UK he can llnd
or day was generally observed. A Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer had, within a very the Misses HodgHun were among the
s Ion of tbe local labor organlza- I, M. Cox, who !
short time previous to the accident, been party.
I'r the morning/ aud afternoon, with drawing water, and walking on and over grove two years ago: / ; P ,
acne, races--foot, sack and othern the ground which afterwards Our school will open for the fall term his vacation line, and "
was completely -
the East side, and the oulmin- / covered with wood and water. on Monday, the 14th. Mr Keblndur will joyed It very much, its

I event was the Fireman's ball In They consider that they have had a miraculous % have ohaigu for the coming/ term. A the air sa bnliny. He f ;
eninff at the Opera House. The good attendance at the opening' Is earnestly one thousand' boxes of I
escape a /great danger,
Laddies," with their wives and perhaps Instant death. Very fortunately requested. Pretty good InomaNe. 1

hearts, tipped the light fantastic the wind mill was not injured In the Ham Martin, of Melbourne, was In Eau boxes two yearn ugo. 4 t

jlie: wee sma' hours. least., which seems quite remarkable as Gallle, on Saturday, In a new ( horsepower

Icilicitl Association ban been forma the supply pipe to the tank wan appar- launch. The tiny vessel skimmed A IJoy'M, WIM Kl you."f l "

majority of the county physio- ently well connected. However, this over the water In line stylo. Mr. Martinis With I
family mound :
Vlth Dr K. II. Huddleston of Ml- dropped as If just loosened. agent for the motor, die and a Non tiding( for j '

||president' [Or. N. S. Burnbam, of \
1L / Mrs. Troutler Is oxpectod home this get Dr. King's New \,
] Palm Beach, vice-president; and FEET SWOLLEN TO AN IMMENSE\ : week from the Carollmis where she has Niimllon, (JoiitfliNnnd ( i"" w'

ff 1 Pngh; ""f Miami/ secretary and SIZE.-"I bad kidney tioulile so bad that been spending/ few weeks for a change of reoHvlllu Ind, .. I t :, t

brer. fhoi-e enrolled as members I could not work," Bays J. J. Cox, of Valley I- of scone Mrs. Troutler lelurns much nice from itHtliinn; '

[our jitv were lrtt. B. Potter and View, Ky., "my feet were swollen to P h ''Net.W \liunolittud by the outing/ mediulno gave Inxtitnt t

.a liuinliani The next meeting Immense size and I was confined to my 1 ? cared him I Ho w : \ '
Omctad"n will be hold In Miami bed and physicians were unable to give Tlio launch Wynoua was ready for the soundly nlulit.1 t

tU1ddel Let, a 2 p. m. .. me any telicf. My doctor finally prescribed t1 I v II water and Jiiuuolied this wwtk. Her engines cures of C'oiiHiiintlon every \1":

Cure which madea the KorliOHter, develops great I
Foley'a Kidney J chltlx( Couglu.Colds 1 1matchless
J'-fK well man of me." Sold by B. K. Wil- 1 ', ..Jr .r power, and the vessel being line model, muilt for'all ] ;
Kidney Cine makes the dls- / '
shows great speed. This I Is the tined
son & Son, Titusville. "'(luble... Oiiaranteuil
kidneys :
| Hound so they will ellmin- launch ever built, (IllIial'llllliod) launched 1:
Jwrns' (turn the blood. :Sold by B. ,. j In Kan!: C Uallio. Trial 1 bottluii free I ut all :

IOn .t Sou 1'ilusvllle. Jensen. y .
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Stuart. . : .-"/',everai yeaisslnue my lungs/ -- ,.
Postmaster Kirk has added a new addition -
ware \badly affected that I bad fly Itev. Jus. II.
hemorrhages," writes A. M. Ake, of Weather Bureau IT /H. t 1

I.mutheily winds and showers are We are delightfully blessed with nom THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVJLLE. Wood Ind. "I took treatment with several HUMMAIIY iron ( j

dog thlll week. __._._annltfkAA_.nn__ or__ insects_nn__ to__ pest our_ ___ homes. --.- physicians' without any benefit. I Highest ) .
------ ------ -- - -- -- temperature on ,
t then started to take and ,
..Bevilla left on the midnight train Rev. Sawyer preached a good sermonIn Foley's Honey J,owed" : ,I:
aT, 'or St Augustine where he the Town hall last Sunday at2.tOp.:: White City. my I lungs/ are now sound as a Mean for the month, ,
bullett. recommend It In advanced
nt tin 1\llcia ..
.. 1
hospital m. '* Average mean for 2i "
stages of lung trouble. Wilson /Son.: "
i era OilUin have taken charge of The long dry weather has ended andnice Highest :
Geo. Sullivan came up from Deerlleld Mrs. Louise Walker, of Iotllllr visited JOWOllt" "fI | :
1'irkct'and, ,Western and will oratlnue to sell refreshing showers have taken the Sunday, to see his friends White City Mrs. Hall and daughters; several lays last I Indianola. Ititlnfall In IncheH. . IIf f
| meats. place. week. Sho visited her
After the social Friday evening/ our Saturday Average/ for 2tl years. i
'. Woo<1wal'd's catboat, the Don Capt. R. I). Hoke Is progressing nicelyon young/ people gathered at the club room and Sunday.La Ireatest '. In 'l
Ie yacht race by 2 minutes and 211 the large house boat that he Is con- Least '' It In
A. down
'I.. and enjoyed a nodal hop for a few hour Pare Barnett who has spent the H. Kumphrys went to KanGallle
Three cheers for the Don. structing for northern Investors Mrs. John Krstnsen celebrated her summer with his grandparents) Mr. and Tuesday on a business "'11'. Number l'revallingtlliectiunof of :' :'

. ditching touches are Input/ on Most all the pineapple growers are still biithday. last Monday, by giving a coffee Mrs. IIHock| left fur his home In Day. John Heed has made a small low boat II clear fair days" .. j jto
ftertot of the church thin week. and planting new fields of tuna, where he will be with his mother ..
replanting at which a few neighbors enjoyed them For llttlu Chat'Ile, his son, to learn to row .. cloudy .
Mill\ be services both morning and pines; some are busy sheading tbelr farm selves. a week or two before going to Ht. Augus: I In. a ) 4
Wi next. Sunday. Sunday School at tine to his brother, Mr.I Cecil Barnett, days with t
pal' iiouirf The Jensen Trading Co., the new firm, Mr. Oleson has ordered his pigeons, where he will slay and go to school this The mill: carrier, Mr. Jenkins, luaus' days with 1 '

successor to G. K.!: Coon, are doing a nice and Is expecting them any time. He winter. been Jail up for a few days with sprained IsUnd Homo, I
Led a few small bill It. A business and we trust they will succeedin Men,'i tt Island Klu. I
cottages/ has his building all ready. for them, and J. W. Drainer and daughter Miss. Winnie ed kn..o. ,) ,,
iloi I a half day this week It 1'I ,
to keeping
trying up. of nice ,
'such an array new nests awaiting ,
place to put his In he were visiting at Cocoa City Point, Miss Divenport, a teacher DoFunak -
aw \move here.family He could, as Mrs. E. C. D. Tyndall and two sons their arrival.A I. Indlaoola and Tltusvllle severalday. last Springs, and her niece, Mliis Duvenjorl .

|'Want House. not have returned home from an extended jolly crowd of our people visited the week, and! returned Monday, driving/ a are guest of Miss Alice Sanders. Georgia Sout I '

trip North and seem to be much Im- ocean beach near here, Saturday and hada new team of their own they having purchased It r '
yacht;: race on Labor day brought proved by their journey. Jolly time sailing\ bathing, racing/ and them In I'ltusvllle. It Is said! to Mr. I Donnelly has not been well for the I

large :-rowd of spectators. 'IheI" have satls.ylng their appetites between times. be the best mule that has 'ever been In past two weeks, and Mr. Andrlx; for the & Florida
< boats entered Gussls Uy As the long, weary, days Let's again. town, and a good wagon and harness. past week but no doubt, with the change :
ao', Dun, '; IBII.! Woodward Tom passed to our great delight, Jensen, tbe go In temperature and cooler weather whichwe
H.Michaels\ Last Hope J. C.; Ventce of Florida, will again come to the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards, of Fort Rev. J. B. Hawk preached two most have been enjoying lately all will feel ""Kuwait Hirer ,
Rog- I
'I I' Stanley front in the PINK PAPER. Pierce, were the guests of the Mr. and excellent sermons, last Sunday, at the better.J. .

:"' ,I 1'be Kitching start ; Surf Queen school building Is completedand Mrs. Orrel, last :Sunday. They all tooka church. He had a good congregation.; Operates the y
was a ODe gun The new It. Field has about finished his ,
and all tike boats school will be under way drive out so Mr. Edward's farm south The Epworth League with Mis Eva In'ilTM-t;; : .. I
the 23', got over together. soon the of here In the afternoon. Owen lender, had a very Interesting half tacking house, and he certainly baa a [Schedule I J
crossed the line her with Prof. Geo. II. Boutelle principaland flour before tine one, complete In every way, well '
preaching began la the even- Dixie
."an"Jhlppej, and_ sank! so she had Miss Nettle Jones assistant. Mr. and An.J..D..Arndz! parents_ of I I nit. Tbey Lave changed/ the hour for: mad and sublllaoUal, It dons credit to L v I.aiatka, ,.. .. A '
-- era ""*K. The balance or our merchant" J. A. Arnold, ,slater their the his workmanship, and m> doubt ItIII, l... kiwinvllla' .. .,: ". .. T ; ? '
ef1 erred on the With many of our neighbors yet away League meeting t7 o'clock In the Ar v.MtMtiArTiruMi. .. .. . ....ii "
port tack for five and fine climes of home la the vicinity of Klsslmmee the I.i be tbe scene of many a merry gatheringof / .
then enjoying the scenery evening. Everyone cordially Invited ,. .. . .. .. .H: :
JUded tacked for the firBt mark distant lands, we are enjoying the cool firs' of this week after a two weeks' to attend these meetings. friends and tourists during tbs time A r (:VinloloAr.Mc . . .. I / 6
Deg'V In the following order: Surf and delightful breezes at home. visit to their son In this place. of shipping his line crop of oranges. As .m.. .. .. .. ... 3
; <). of fill.
8"ip' Tom
c".Last Hope. the work of sizing and packing oranges .... .. 1
Weitlone Tbe new officers of the Cemetery Association ArAtlnnt* 'Oo ... T /
:he were held all the way County Commissioner Bell Is progressIng In In Sebastian. Is always an Interesting sight to strangers N. C. *' Bt. L. '
course The l Surf: Queen foulushemue rapidly with the shell on the /South: are high spirits regard to "Uncle John" li.s a cordial welcome Ar I

tbe race. ai- end of the County road Soutb of Wave- the picnic to that vicinity Saturday for all, when fully completed It will be ArNMbrlllo. .
heofastte \Is that III. t> K. R.
12th. It hoped nt.
time land. We trust shell roads will grow Sept. everyone Horse racing at Sebastian on Septem the largest and bent .
line, over and that the eijulppnd packing ArBi. Ixiulu ..... .. .. .
the backers of the "2r': rapidly. will atttend, cemetery may ber 19th, will be of treat Interest. house In IndlanoU Mr. Humphreys Chlmio. ..... .. ... .. .II
01111I eke' I' the be put In good shape and fenced. First' 300 : I. A. N. It. It. ,
| fastest article on the race, yards, between the liar wishes It understood that he Is building
.. .
UujlHvllln .... 3 ,5
and :
rf Queen that she would have led DOCTORS COULD NOT' HELP lIEf:. The Ice cream social mentioned In last dee horse and the Klnnlard horse of Eau a work shop, not .a packing house, "a At Clm'lnn"t! _.. .. .. ..... 7 )
all around the course. -1 had kidney trouble for years," writes : week's came off Friday evening Oallle. Second race, 2&0 yards, betweenthe distinction without a difference," It f* Jtt. K. 1. fit K. '

,terrace count be ..
,n Monday, the 14th. "and the doctors could not help me. I fun was had by trying to replace the of Melbourne. Purse of $100 up on each for either or the other, as the season and Train IVillil from train l'aUtk from eonnoct. .".."'

-- tried Foley's Kidney Cure, and tbe very mule's tall. Two prizes were offered race. We are expecting horses. from Fort times demand. train gulag north from ;
Mal Odds first dose gave me relief and I am now one for the nearest and one for tbe fur- Drum Fort Pierce, Eau Gallle, Bovine txxul alaalurs::: on l>l l;t. ;: : ; ]
Against Hint."D and Come Itnmtatnn In d.pos| until 7 JO
too much for 1I'0ley'sKidney Tltusvllle. one, come all and
cured. I cannot
say Miss Harris the first
hest won
; away. nude County Lund I'or Male. fullmiui HatTat MliwpInK '
"' '"' and Sold by A: Son. bring down your horses, as you can getup
l destitute. Such Cure. Wlleln prize by a very close margin, and recelvd vllla to 51. Lotus vla above ,
wa": kind of I'"J ::: :
\ Jim" :ondltlon of an old a very nice cake. L. It. Jones got the any a race.Ducklen. of car* im I'll la irijcr

E I 1 JJ- Havens Ver- What Is Life? booby prize which was a black doll. For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter "Chang aleepcra. on same train to

dnep (sars he was troubled The money raised Is for the purchase of ',. Arnica Salve. of southeast quarter of section 3, township Per "acluHlula and other ."'. .
11A*"** aod nobody knows but 38. south of 41 east close to J.H. : j
neither doctors In the last analysis so organ for the new school house and range ; .
chW! ? ave relief. At length he we do know that It It under strict law. amounts to about 10. We take pleas- I Has world wide fame for marvelous O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Or DUtrlct......Agt.: {
dart demand him on hi. Abuse that law even slightly pain ore In thanking one of our Ankona cures. It surpasses any other salve lo St Lade River; -10 acres. T. II. RIIODKH.
the n flow he testifies: results. Irregular living means derange- friends for a donation of $2. tion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns, Also, the northeast quarter of northeast <;.n. faJM.AKV, Macon (

ru..J to complete ." I ment of the organs, resulting In constipation Barns Bolls, Sores, Felons Ulcers quarter of section 18, township 88, I
dtartb tOl Liver and Kidney recovery Headach or Liver trouble. Dr. Tatter Salt Rbeum fever Sores, Chap south of range 41 east; on sooth ork of FOR ALL KINDS Or ,;

fours of Stomach and liver King's New Life Pills quickly re-sdjust Avoid serious results of'kidney or blad- ped Jland, Skin Eruptions; for piles. St. Lucle Hirer; 40 acres. Apply to remember the .

It.ule" (Only so': ,Q Guaranteed by all this It's gentle, yet thorough. Only ;2Zo: der disorders by taken Koley's Kidney Cure guaranteed. Only 25o: at all Drug- ClUB U. WALTON, do not fall to send ns a
at ail drug stores. Cure. Sold by B. R. Wilson A; Hon. Is t. Tltusvllle J'Ja. work. We will please ,

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of ttf "lIrl':,,-" tin tmmttir Ile eM+eedarortnd

t: : 150(1 headed ..... IMIC .DabetrFMllatprl Florida East

I'' I Irl. 'IU' --fl, sad pueaat (NittaLtboogh Coast Ry
; f; rl.artD ( thrr r1I'f'IdWor' bIy not .ewe
A i
.' than live fe -t.A '
:.1.1" ".'" : b f- rt ..h "*l away tn ra" 'IR LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect
\ }-(/ ..J IIwln/Cll1IIr din brad and tbr *fcrmr tIP( 1 ,I May 28.1%

water, w rnffed .barp op Mrtll we SOUTHBOUND--:ftCAO DOWN.
y;;;;, NORTHBOUI\ID,,\ ,
( \ were, beading rlno ........ M_a Miewa J =- -alto (pp>

\,, i watching the whale tbrowjh the aaSA N..27 STATIONS j I N f 8 No

\ night' Kin**. I tMnk he ran a fa ts1M : ar

.' .'.' ',11 I II before/ turnfnfl: Wbtkr le. 1sw*trd syyFt oe 0. 115 a ..... .. ....... .. ..... ... .. ........ .... .
j .'w/".j tt,' bjr eight I or nonrKl no HMD eaR aa f. ... 1 031, 5 ... . .. ...80..I..aon"Ul.. .......... .Lv'', 'i." ,:'; "
.. ,.,. ,. .: .. ... ? leaP
-- ;::; 4 "t.Au. .. ... . .. .
bnt as N* aterrerl arooiwl I MW that h4r CII a p5p.it7/15' .. ... ... .. .JI..t..If............... .. .1.' 1i"II", 56
woul' come head MI for mvr ateraAM ghQI716/P114)a.. . .. ..IC.l"ooIa&k. . . . : i Z
#* . .. "alatka.. .. . j.A..ti
r book P'It1Itb Zr3 7dp .
'4 money winning :* fie. started on bl* wmd the ar"t"t 3-WpAr. .t., veeh
1 10/4S'! l. .. ..falacka. . Arell II
j1/ written by men who know, tell! IILlp'/ head war brwnirM .*.. ivortb I i 110 -- Ar . .. . ..01"" W at..... ... .. 1 K ''h
you aU about again In hop** (4 arTokl bias bet MM Z a c III .Si0a L.... .. Man. MaMo . .. . Ar I" r ,
.twna-,1 '* f .urw, a* well and cam p < L PL .. ... ..... l4row. ... .. ... .. ..1 o ? !
I Pf i.r S. .0' : .!. .. .. '...BunnallsDupunl.. .. .... . I. ;' : :
B Potash down on tmr pert Auarte. I h.Hete ... m"Y11 Op .... .. ... .. ...... ........ t I"I: '
"v"-ry man In the ship tt "Ma' *ye on < /C C ... .. .. ... ...oa....... .. .... : :: il"1 /
bmr a. C s/0bpa 17p.. ......... . .. ."DaytonatPortOrang". . .. ......... .. .. .
the furU.n l vlotlmin. a. bo ntm* .......... .. .... 4 ,10"t CIIIU. \
i ; Thf-T needed t.y nlf" manwhn'.ana t ... Ii t1p. UI. ..... . s ,,'
.r. 1 I"I
anti ,' Ing down nporj rr*. FIh. head wa ear X tpy./ 50 pI I' ....... ...ftf-w. Smyrna... .. ........ ,.. .. 4 ,,'. /
Arid a plow, n JH
A I I .... .....O.k. Kill. .. ..... 1
.. IS p. 15a r I' ........ .. :
a .h'l'' dretrt to get the moat out rfc-rl MO high it _I a!! [It a, big rock Z .1! '" r. .... ., ........ Tltnaville. .. ..... ...... .. .. f 168 ',I. i
1 tJ OftVrTV I wan pTwiljInfC along the anrfa_. and bt\ Q A. .., Up n.. ... ..............0.............. . .13 19 .I
k'' ,.,. ./,", !ll.." ...f'". ..4. 'left tiMrMl bum wake! of fmtu I-Idr! f1 40pe UI..R.I..d".. .. ............. .. .. f "''12atpt2:
a great 0Ai0sic14aI/Ctp ... .... ...,.......JaUn.III": ........,..... .. 'PIIt..l..l / !
arawr KAMft WONNU ,. .. .. ... ....... .. .1 -
i and a Heft which woohl' bar swamped 1 lt a I TI' I )I.II>"""n. .. .. c.eP
!*.-.. '.r.H, v.w rare. iI oar 630 .. ... .......... .Bebaatlan....... .. a 1 &5 a oU i.Z
I ..
iI a yawl. II 01 at I 40 P ....... .. ...... .. .St. Lu-i...... .. .... .. ... 157 a1Wtg17 /
I "Ifanjj rm! For your Hren bang mrhooted Tri-' W F o. .111.. 1 p ................... .Ft. Pierce............ ...... (1f''I1'II8' : "' >
--- bit aaw what Yeek1y Sailings rm 'II f 7p......................Tfhb.b.. _.............. .... 'rilt7PolOll.a0
rV- -- the captain a* s ... W tB4aa/.. [7 .......................Ed..n............ .... ... f1121 Y/pi/
? Free and wa Nmln/C. and fifteen aecnnda later I ... 1/4eaa0 ...............J"18D ........... ...... .. ,1117 .,Is -
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. !! :On f SWaa ......... ... Stuart .... .. oy.i'C7
there atxx-lc heavy It we ( :/
Accented Masons was a a* 1'" t / to. f ................ .. Robe tiaunll'.I'..... .".. ". no UOS' H.mils44a1 : .
; had ntrnefe a rock while ronnlnar before ;: : ........ ......1!. West Juplrer ... .. .'. 010 37 I'' '4
1 4 \ a s ....... ......... ...' Palm B.aoh.. 13 ,j 8 11
a burrt.sae.Every Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) i : 1464.1 1 13p.. ....................Bnvaton .....'.".*.'.".'.'!! !.'.".. 1. 6135'U'I(117 0
., lion I "aboard knew the .blp C. taal ; ..... .. ..... Del ray. ... .. ... .. .. .. .. 9CiiAr '" etfsA01aC t
1Qe. 00ntv"p was doomed Sh* was' heeled to tar- The Finest in the Coastwise Service III ............. .Yt. Lauderdale. .... ...... .. \ ; '8 .
l ( "II"n" Ti Steamships I0 "U. s 0 ...... .. ..... Rallanilale, ....... ..... .. .... 8C21)8611 S .
1 ti to,1 nntll almost on her tram rods: ', .... .. .......Lctmm''ItT.' ... ...... 571011.6, %
{ (l '; Tlt.n.vllle and the InaUnt ab
wa a rah for the boat Noon gave Dfreufi service Between SCUKDTJLES: OF BRAITCIX LINES.
}I'' r"Jefl.! rfm.ttt.H !: till whale further attention, hilt every

," ire me.trnga Ih. ......mll.nt& ,_nil> 1'11'a.tf -. effort wan pill forth to get the 1.o8t'' i Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. BAJJFOHD BBANOH. ORANOfl CITYDaily
+ 1f ; mwih month, ,,' llHtlr rrmrn, ln M'lMl TIITM'ill 7..WAlnrft' Into the water a.. the ship wa laffed
/ l p. m N Ill II. 12 o.
both e
Charleston S. c.
(Caning A* ways) STATIOMI. '
,(' I .1. 1., ('arrnth.r. Wtir.htjifat X..xwr. Into the wi pd. Her Jerks were! awash | D"II Da,11' I Dally BrATIex6 to.

I, ill .j T.a. /arrdL'.1:. m/.rtW'aeMn.'| a* the Mat one got away and that wa AonAIWIn" .. .. .. :UWf.WJICKL':" :/ aAILIY41a. . :.... ..from towl Wharf thmronrum iM.. t.v. ... ... TltimvllU .. .Ar fit' -C0i> I D'II D

f'y1y J. M. Irt.<,n. T'.r.r. four mInot aft,-r she war atm k.Vhfn JForthbonn .. . .( foul, of Catherine cruet, Jacknonvlllu I f niraLv.MImS..A* PS a Lv ..... .. .. Oa'een.. ..... .A, III fU its 37p ,hi a 144p S 09r>/ill itOI0aLvIc.Cm'rna tla Lv I..iki'lie!, tr'a1f7DA'
I i A. MrgaanfMOrrtary. \ we came to 1 took: around for - ---.- ---- -"- '---' --- -- - ,.. M .. .... .. ... '. :.. .. .... .. .. ..A' III! OOrt 43t.1ltseLvOranve.( ', n. t i Pd
91 r t? 1 IL. r, NrnwnUh.pI.U: HSOaAr. ... 8.'iT M .... !,.. HO, 1 "'0.l 1400 .1l.",-A., II.. CHI ,n Pd
:: :
.1 H Walker' M"ml''fr. iMsenn Fighting Tom he had dlaapp.nred from St. Johns llivcr Line.Lino. .iSPd
_.... Clyde Y.2 o.- i ."fi illN07T
I' Whert./nnur 1 0. No. 18 ,20 No n: 24
and whaler ever reported eee' tr Ai
? l fI'.1'1. raybw) H,nil"rr Mwnl. night no "Island' MATPORTBBANOH. '
iL hr K. A. L xnlny' .lnnl/. atew4TM1 : log him after that Ir baa always been Lino.; Bonldy'.1: Dally Hatlllo: ;' D'III, I D..tly. I n.M Hally.;. D..lly 1 I'" tlu
M. K. Engttih:'( T" "". believed! that h' received Injarlea that BETWEEN JA'JKisO.VVILLE AND SAXKOHD.aii :---

canned his death. ,"" al PaUck, A. or, St.! rranrii Bmnrnril riMlJinct, ), and .bc.rIUHdlate lan i- sSE0pe840ps4' C, J' t C3r B HI) .!Lr..Jek.nrlth.lr17oeen4o! ) :C 1;
togs... Ibis 9t.John's Rlrnr. se 62ye4Ii e2C31.B.aaLv.iolrnksnvdMJrlse09a:I | ,, '. aet" ".a:3: ,1
1. 4 'i SUNK BY We were picked op three day later STEAMER "LOUI-UV: 'AIT. C. If. UROC'K: .1Q63.'| I .. St.. 5 ?Ot .11 O p'.IO <>gn'"Ir. ..Pih'oLmch. .L.IN"! u 1 '4B'u-13C: ,, yC"Iii: it
.; by a Scotch whaler, none the worse 1 U Ir) pr2tip.1014aAr..61kntaB.uk.v.S1)s715'' .1.171 I -s
UL FOLLOWS ., 19 80 J. 7 U i-1. IIIIJ a co > 80J .. ........lI II : ,
In Leak" for oar adventure, bat the W AFPOIVNCD: Tot S AS : 11. l ,1110 ypor\.N. .L.j.' I.J ',' 7 .0. 013 :0 i ;1 dl
weave Moot Catlwtrf "tr..t, Jacluon1Il. bkl. ) p m..Tuesdays and Saturdays
A WHALE amall fortune which that rich: cargo Leas "o.n. ..., bMO a. m. .n. ... -.. .. . . M'IIItla.au'llllu.'lay.' These Time T .hl..11 show the Mm" at which trains mar i.e ex .n>tci"! to ,o d.
----- ---- I ICen" Prom thfl l ntattonn but thitr rival .
'would tiave, given If safely -- ---- nevfBorcitM 1,1 A departure at the tliti f HT iimpany 1 '
every man. \V. St. Jacksonville.. I thaO bold heel responsible for is p
-- Passenger and Ticket Office 2O4 Bay any delay 0' any a"nn> 1.
landed bad gone to the bottom of the ____ I from.
In the "Tn f'" nt ten month. nr 1 I fllAtnni'nn. IiinilrifJ of ml CM: njmrt,' w<> W. O. Coors i .If., Lo"al t a'rt. A 11:". .lck.nvill U 1'. IxiVKLU Ant. Sept. Jackmmvllle.lofl KEY WEST AND HAVANA
,/", L. Id W A Rl>. "AnMrtnunlmit. Foot HoaanSt..Iackannvlae, Fla.
A p of the I Knitllvh: .ship <*'i...::1.I cnii l t off lit How to Iran. :Marble.Mnrble A.C. If 4FRTY. O n'I ">i"C'n PM... "Ajt.; >"w York (..r..I'l1. ihSI:, u..... frt. Aict., New York.
nf tti" fnnionx, whnln! kri'rwn for acme TIIKO.. I-OKH.: 'Mn..ral VfAniwror.VM.. K CL>l>..: *. (;.... Ouneral AKenta.Chmchrntigb PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT KANlJ!
s1N / inn he r ,bntnel \>y robbing riniklinif.: Sea", St., Oj'l' >'/"it' '' Battery )'arkew Vork. I IC_' -" -
;r"/r" an "I'ltrhtlnif Tnin" s's d 1 trrr, D
with a rnther noft pats* mud> of whit' SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND\
fluxes, \\'<- lowered' for him on tlif flirt ) doilk and( water to C. If. \WALTON Agent, TltUHvlllo! FIIs. I L.MI..mtllua..T..ur.. ... .. .. ..... .... !8 oo LvHavanaMon.. FriAr
(r a two IMfimlurm, and trig: or prrpnrcd" Key Wait 6UD., Thur. . .. ... .. .. .. 13 110)pl\ A' Key Went Mon V'r1.V !
/ pet harp''rinn which a little' nnimonla tins tx>'n add -- u ---- -- -- I L. Key Went Nun.. The,'. .. .. ... . lJ 31 K..v Went Tueg $51 t 1
Mm, and In'' return hi ..II.h",1. tllr ''f' ed. HlnxCT nftrrwnrd' with dean water I 'H..v"nalllnn.yPl.. ... ... ... .. .. .. 7 in) ArM&.mtTu"", Hit. _

? I last. and klllifl I five nif, >n. ,\ "',r t' flwo A rub with piimlrp atone and waterwill S E.A.-BC:: : >.. :EtD: For copy' of f..eI Time Card or other Information adil-eHH .
!' ran WilY from 'Mm. After thnlxtli restore time pollnh.

; thin wv HIIW him no more for a nJ.. D. BAHI7KR Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, F

it y"flr. Tl."n he ciiin for his rovi'ngc.Vn How ato ".... wrier tllr ".1... AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR _
\ worn 'In tI.f' _lit." A tin litIc and. Here In I a nnlnd that look a* pretty -- -

'' lm
M1 I : >urM> ror linrua Atxiut lu> .n SAVANNAH COLU rnr.C..UIOF.S'. SOUTHERN: PINKS' : RICHMOND
1 !' l ,1m" w" wen cloiiirtiK 1I.lp.: a w.a: II white of hnrd boiled 1'jCIIIInto (IOlnt,1r"'Iallike :( b

artd'k'nlq lircnclicil,, rlli; ( n"f"rn of n : .'rlpII. Hare!' oat two" or threw WAMHIXOTOX! BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA \K\\.: YORK Tb

6I +y nnd not horn tliiin 3x> fret nwnjr. 1 yolkn. but ranch.. the rent. Mix with JY(; fD 0 CLFV2LAND I 9

WITH tit (Me M'I"ccl nt tlu .ltinr, nii'l wewii mayonnnlw and fill the middle of the Tao Elegant Traioii Daily, ti ...' CHlCAGOo rSBUlOcrr / ".d1
ftnliiK' off. ntI f' nr knot l>rnc! ,...' arrunicml petnln with the mixture. Put t/1ir11q', \ pJi/

frran tli. w' ,itlir-fliit I lii-iird II.o whnlcnil the> rctnalnlntr yolk through a fine Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. w \ !MORE

l' nil do hrokn wnl,.r. nml the leht,' of him alert. iwntter over the fI tall, to nlmu-

'r r' .ntini'llnu oil liln, lull nniwit inn to fih/xit late' pollen nnd cut lettuce Into point MODERN: PULLMAN EQUII'VIKNT C/Arctoi; >J\ i9 LY cro

? Ct an nlurm to renemble the outer jtreen.Mr ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers .Uuknonvllle to New Orleaim. 5T LOUIS ** RICHMOMA
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Half n ilir/r I >n of tl.c crew mitr him a'kl <
'*. M"l1II1\lIen. of Mouth/ Fork Ky.,
hn toll linck on Hi* WII"" "r. nil It a' 'mmlID
For full information aDd cull)
""YIlIlIIf' IUd prevented attack of cholera sleeper rc rvntloD>* on anygt'nt N
I i all' of I If h > utrlkcth NCR
UK n* w-r an nn tn .
mot him by taking fhamt.rlftln'; !stomach SEoaboard. or writeA. LOUlSV/llF1*
.. alilp. HIM lull r'I.II'd' thro foP fourWnTf and Ilver Tablet when alia felt an
whlrh )t.II..1) l the ship| obnut as attack coming on. Much attack are un- O. MACDONKM, Aa.t. Oen. I'.aa Allt. h. L'. /lIIYI.STOI'.LM":': .1St.; 'IlSAS ifjVttffTW

1)I ; It we were lying 'It In a gale! nnd.llKlUKli tally caused l by \Indigestion/ \ and there .IACK>ONVILI.E/ :, FLORIDA
Mw. monnfff' *'tflf.l away not ofl tablets are just what I III needled to cleanse HARRIMAN, t'c
alittit l nt one. wihnil Ulfnllflnl\ Mm the stomach: and ward, off the approach- MfC.M&ffyffj

t t' It rriAjr twin queer to yon to r*,,<1 'that log attack. Attack of bllloua colic maybe :e > C&RLcrTSSPAffTAJfl
prevented In the name For ""Ie"I
4 4 every men "1",1. from ryptflln, to upprtfntlcc all druggists," and medicine way.dealer' Atlantic Coast LineThe
wn l.nillj frlKhlAKnoon! R'y. }

n* It was'" known Hint our o'd enemy A H.vl... Tuple of Hlmrmmmlam.
V, had hunlnt, ii" down nil It wcrW* "It ,look, If /fOJ
all we were In for another
''u II a, had left him alm'nt four. month rx>fnrff Napoleonic revival. Great Through: <'nr Line from KlorMn. CWCAMX. CciNg111
set point .,($4)/ 11'/ .... niut h.
,: in away yt "What make you think noT ----- --- .

of 1ul4'1 oYf'rhn"..I u.., a. If h<* hml ho! '>niwnt a "I andentand the I.lnie. and Plaster TO TIM: KAST.: ,

1 / I, "tl'lltOl' In iwnrrti and po( tel a. club has revived the old debating/ question. Over /Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston Hlchniood nail U'AHliiiiKtoii, thencevia U+

lr //j 1o our. rniUInK nrourul. IIU breaching 'Itenolved. I>at Itonapnrt am a the I'ennnylvnnla Railroad t' aicJ".NA
t r' ; no nwny was taken n* "rl 1111'11"l <* of bin greater man dan S'IOleQlJ.ele. -- -- ---- For _
.vf) I Intcntloim, and .sump nrguM that land! I'laln Ix>aler. TO TIII I I ; Wm: T. a. w < ytytN

1 tin meant to ntrlko thn nlili. The Lniilavillek. Nashville, via, Jlontgomery. Thn Mobile & Ohio H, H. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN

It Wfl" n:0.1, I )liHIcvr, when the. ... A.s.d.r. --- '
i whaln (ilUnpiH-nrcd.I tint for nn hour Tom- Hare Maud" and) Ethel quarreled TO Till: AMT VIA HTiA3IHllII>. fX

1 44 f tor( that we cont I illicit to upenk 'In ? I don't see them together lately. Via Mdvannah and' Ocean !Steamiililp./ ) 'nrnpanv for New York Phils iel.thin, ilea.t.nl. -

_whlnM>r<< 11 ml tllII|>t >f nliniit. I urn antiMllol lly--No. they haven't quarreled; Via Norfolk .Steamer to New York Wanhiniftim ami Mnltlmom. Via Nnvannnh ;

) Hint not on. captain In n hundred 1 hat Mand'n new gown I I..* lavender/ and and Mpirhnntit' and Minna' Trannponralon! Company| for It.iltl-

'would haws don what onm did that Kthel'a new gown I I" blue.-Hotucrvllle more-and-- '- I'hllnd- --''phill.- ToRAILWAY
ovrtln No tlrlnit, mnn rould ('hllrl(" Journal.
1 a .I.t'I o w 111'f ro w n mII.. ...e w or an i.prallttnn. btlt ._ I'xnlnaular I WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
---- Occidental
-- !
------------- : S.eamllhlp Compnny.
"who Ktippor, was ovor tin enlist/ l his"
innlc-n nnd toot "ti-errrit, Into' th<> rabln and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C
Connection[ adetJack o-n-vi for, ail Points
41\ ml unlit : e SKY"
ConsumptionThe !] CHICAGO "THE LAND OF
... ,
"'hll.. I liopn wn have .B >n the last "

t of the whirr, I think It my duty to >IIHA a a irituiro| fur troublu. You will thortfnr5 .. ahle ml 1m ire ticket K"od over 1.1,1)00) miles of among the principal -
:;is > Hi-fl (lie. tioutN, ovcrhaulml anil pro- railroad/ In the southern elates, are on sale by the principal agent H._... D..Ipfn Dlnlnrf c.

l ,Icons' ) nnd rt-inly. for holntliiK out." only kind of For rnaervatlon aOfI'"folmation' apply to agents; of the A. (). I.., or write Pullman On All c.T......... .-....Th..c. B....

11o.foro U> o'clock every boat wait consumption HANK C. l'.OYrNTON', Commercial Airt. W l n. HTAIUC, Tr".... l'+tsa. Act.
S aS (t rondy. The, wind. hail frilirn.. a tilt to fear i is neglectedronstimption. 1:18nt: Ij1T St., A.tor Building' JACKSOVVIM.K! :, Kf.A .SOUTHERN RAILWAY H. ". CART. DUtrlet' fM,.nt.' **"*

$ na the inn went down and (the night ." IL M.' EMERSON, Tr fflc Manager.v.. J. CRAIG Jen'l. Pass \jtpnt. 108 W. Bar Stra*. .JACtrIO.LL" PtA
I WILMSNOTOV.! N C. W.A. Tent. P.T. H, O. P. A. ,W..hlnrOll< 0.4
y 1 wits ('!1.'"r and tiirlllit./ | Tbo watch Waahlnron. D. C. S. H. Haowie
\VIOl clijinjji-d, t 10. errrythlnjr run People arc learning that cone WM. H. TAVUJB. A. G. P. A. Atlanta. Ca.

}t 1I\I'Dnthly till nn hour after midnight. .sumption i in a curable cliseaM-', o H A S. $ 2.I _z- OO.IT.
tt Than t tlin odor of a whiil .middrnlymtlutivl It in neglected r
j tint nontrlU of tbo then nndIIHjy .* "ICt W. H.yftt., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
lookfil lo wlndwnrd cntch eight is so often incurable.:

1'' of>. a grant blark hulk on thu water. It At the faintest suspicion of
ft Tom ncnln. r
CM KlKhtlntC
A whale cannot ri-mnln under water consumption j cct a bottle of' 41
'I Fuw.
ntnvn) !tlfty minutes nt tho .xtn'tniIliult > Scott's! Emulsion and begin : In a veritable dragon of Ill-bealth It leaves In Its PSIr !*

and! whern tide iiionwtcr had put regular do cs. eaoepnrullar more phyalcal to wreck Americans.a than probably any otbtr one o J-.

In th. eight\ \ lionra Wct rould not guifw.If WHV? Simply because flr
''' he hnd run to wlndwnrd when biwtU'd .. The use of f Scott's Kmulsion) CXpRESS EXPRfSS Of the malady the avmern I a usually PJpVUU
; quinine, or that deadly mineral calomel. ,
4 r away nt 5 o'chick/ he had tray at once, has, in thousands of' PREPAID PREPAID +e Don't Do It. It'a Dan .rou It Unt It *
rliil auch n dlntancf Ix'fnrc coining lilt| oeeeiHury eltber. V\a ponillvoty guanateeHERBINE
turned the balance
iK1n:. that w. hut tolled/ to detect hi" cases! in 32O .

"|x>ut. \\> lind Mnllml/ at loaat fortrtulle Favor of health. / .
elute Inning Hluht of him, and. ir ?9I I0 TaiidrviMiAir>im.vccrBa any form *f mmtnrmlf n
Neglected consumption docs h.rhU. Ha. all lh. viA'"",a.'n.. IIoor.et.
( yr-t h. had .somehow plckpil' im U(> and..lom.l-ma.l ot ttwlr di dir ..M
not exist where Scott'ssion Emil). y .all liver. klduami nia i iAOofMTbotU tr
l 1I1I..J.n.01'.1. 'WH'" 'piiHxed nroiuvl. nnd, ? I sQtS *. AH DruasI '
i all ha ml* titrncit up. and! from 1 to 3 I i.s. j 'I .

wr-wt In n elute of Pil.pviii r l shout 3 the whale began IrtuhlnnIhn Prompt use of Scott's Mrnul- $45 ( I Ir I i Doz.> s

1, ,1 water with hU flukeV. bad sion checks the disease while it ( 1

JI : 4li,rM' tint blue to nroiiw him, but hn can be checked. r DEtivri ro to$12Cl9
Qty SON.
ft"1 ; I 11 (,r.Jt>ably thought 'It wn time tn boffin = Ii. It. WILSON. v

liiu' li>i..". All IfC>n nn he began!!: hU "nuk; I file." far lrSCI .. ........ w -
i ing" we prppnn-d aurwlvv for a calamity ITT A '\IW/II.\ .......... $900 THE ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFIC
t ?! and It wee not long delayed..o ....., l>*arl.iirwl, New Ytrk JOB

I \Vjieu' b. Jmd cburiteti au | w ai J 1 1 ouj all lr All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the abort

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:Dt-: :eJ"VEe: : eO'J'EJ' \Vb.. Varlona. State Are Doing' to 1 Rural Delivery Notes 1 11
Secure dnodl Hoelfla. Hotel Yendome Broadway and 14hc Street/ ,
Many states. are now spending mil
TITUSVILUE lions of dollars every' year in the improvement The' purpose of the rural I free delivery NEW YORK; ('ITY.FIREPltOOF t

of public highways. There '1"h.\ postal I facllltlo 1 '
FLORIDA. to give ( :(00( rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toile ,
are state rand ;, %ciuent associations to these whu have none to carry th" rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Hood rooms ".1\0; largo rooms *.; and with 'e f)..
1 in twenty-four statvn highway mulls duly to remote (communities the private bath $2,50:! > per day and upwards The management: III I under the per 6! ,'
J. O. BAST, Proprietor. commissions in cloven suites, und the iwldents whll'h'uuhl have to travel onal supervision of the ownor. FRANK UKITEN, Manager
National' Uood nand asnoclatlou! is from two to twelve lullow dally to .
represented in t\venty-stven stHt ,s. receive\ their letters and pupors. In order .
DUCK S MOOTING.and Some states bare neither state road to secure and maintain till. service siini/riic ISLANIOFF'" OSH 1 ISLAND, N Y
1 It improvement laws la effort -- ---- -- --- -- -- -- --- .
FISHING nor any there U. ear coudltlon absolutely es -----
made to Improve the roads unless necessity entlalthe randy must"" be good.

Rates: $: SO per day. compels the farmers and merchants At Lafayette. I Ill
$10 and $12 per week' to act In unison to preserve an e. along the rural carriers' routes arc
equilibrium of the market. of galvanized Iron of uniform size and
'-_. -_-- New Jersey now has tho best roads pntntod and\ nre nailed on posts high
and :Missouri. prrbnps the worst says I enough to bring them level with the )
----- ----- OPENED JUNK 20TII! 11MM.);
a writer in the Horseman. New Jersey 1>011111'H on. ,

INDSOR HOTEL has recently expended fS.S.'W.OOO; The development! of the rural I free Two and ono-qiiarler hours tiara Now" York via Lung Island. 1 II. R. Health 1
road Improvements and built ?UO mile! delivery sen-lev has! been accompanied fully ultuated Magnlilcent/ buy, amid< linautifiil sveiteiy. ls-holn golf) links.
New Yolk Yacht Club station No malaria Vo IIIOHIJnitons' Pure water..
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S of new roads. :Missouri raises more by the dNcotillnnnnoe of great many
LARGEST: AND BEST: Diy ntIllOMph I'O. IMIves.! and groves; boating bathing, Halting dancing, ;
:: :: YEAR-ROUND: HOTEL. farm products than any state in the small offices and star routes. This
post beautiful must hall, electric lights, Otis elevators nultim with baths, eto. 4 .
Union and baa 200.000 mtlen of roads. Is a unvltiit to the government that itexpectid
SO per cent of which are impassable !, to nmmmt to between $tt,000.f'0 .- For terms. and illustrated pamphlet address, jt

five months in twelve. Some eastern I or $$7000.0 during the next fiscal ROBERT MURRAY, Manager/ Manliansct House Klielter" [island N Y.
and 'u few of the southern states have ; ,
-- -- --- -- -
Increased their road appropriations and ---- --
are now spending a goodly sum for
road building and repairing. Take Laxative tironio Quinine Tablets. F<> S.A.LJ8. e

There are now about S3.UOO( road officials All druggists( refund the money If it falls
to ClIreV.; Grove's la
signature on
: in the United States, nine national
each box. ;2.cta.sltgher. Hotel with Seven Cottages and ic
good roads. associations"' \ and any number -

of local organizations.\ The Na ,Cherf Acres of Land. i .
tional Good Honda asHoclatlon. foremost Mamma had told her little daughterthat

) n 11E in the fight for better highways aba could not go out to play but
Is doing an excellent work under the the little maiden determined to make ,

direction\ of "". II. Moore: and U. W. one more plea. "Please mamma It n ti :; } F he fe
Richardson the first men to secure the isn't very wet.
running of a "KHOC.! roads. train." A "No you cannot. Dorothy," said

number of states have annual appropriations mamma pleasantly smiling a little at

but a great deal I of the public her daughter's persistency.
Improvement is done by farmer Dorothy regarded her mother ag-

capitalists! who have long ago realizedthe grievedly and then .said "Well seems .
economics of the good roads prob to me you're mighty cheerful about

-- ----- Highway: commissions have lately ---' I + )
been created in Michigan, and North How to handle Homo l adl.li. Fv

Carolina, while Massachusetts> Indian To have horse radish at Its best buy 4 iAud, t< 'M'$x,41, s v.
OVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. :!. Minnesota Pennsylvania. Tonnes- the root but do not grate it us It IM hm. ""p'v14'q" y
HOP, :Mississippi\ and Missouri have pro much easier and saves miiny tears if '' i Ivy 4 t+ sp i' Nr"i i
vlded for the issuance of bends for you wash and scrapo It. Next cut Into : K y

road Improvement and bridge building dice nnd put It through the flnest cylinder 'wh t ..b

along/ the country highways. In Nebraska. of your meat chopper and then Into
OppMtu p lltolHca./ Centrally located i, 'l'hol'oughlyIalJe.llmd rev Oklahoma and Minnesota roy( air tight Jars so us to retain the full

taxes have recently been made payable strength until wanted for use. '.

aovateil" Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. In cnli. and the money U Immediately ------- 1i/M n'' ,
//CIOO! Howard $10i( 1 r
expended in road Improvement. Wide t L 9
Ire laws have gone Into effect In Connecticut The readers of this paper will be
Rates It2I: <11> per day and up. ,
Indiana, Minnesota Callfor pleased tl) learn that there U at leant' one
dreaded disease" that science has boon !
nla. Rhode Island and Pennsylvania Located SARNO, three >iunters of it milo south of FAIT; OALLIK FLORI- o
B. %V. SPERRY, Proprietor. able to cure In all its' singes. .and that IH ;] ,
The states of Indiana and Pennsylva c.itnnli. Ilall'n Catarrh Cure U. the only )IA, on the Nunn: Ciallle River, Irss than half a tulle from the Indian River, nod two fl

nla have passed" laws fixing- tho weigh 1! positive cure.. known: to the, medicalfraternlty. and 1 a half mllus. from the Ocean The property! Is two hundred miles south of )
of loads to be hauled over country .1
Unman lhbeingaconatimotional ackHonvlllo the Florida East i'oist the Railroad Station ad-
; on K.illnyJwlth
roads as to prevent their being cut .
disease, requires constitutional treat-
STMORELAND HOTEL West II. and Cedar: Streot8. into by excessively", loaded wa irons. ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure 1 lit taken Internally Joining tIe, jiropeity. Iulldlnj eieoloil In !*!i"l> !, (iinlJHOiiie of tlioni have never 4

JACKSONVILLE, Thus it is that the fight for n better acting directly upon the blood boon occupied, the original/ owner having died few months after their completion. ;

system of country roads 1. being and mucous suifacoa of the system, The hotel was opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, and }
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open waged. thereby destroying; the foundation\ of las not boon nand since. All the buildings. were> oit'utvd In the most substantial
the dlitense. and giving the patient manner I\lIIlal'o now In excellent condition. The hotel 1 and cottages are oonvpletey I ;I" 1
ed thiN season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water WORTHY OF EMULATION. strength by: building up the constitution fnrnfulieil and very little of the furniture him ever been used.| Theism are two! 'I I i
and assisting nature In doing Its work. itesliin wells, twenty cisterns connected, with sownr eto. .t I
Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Jadsr KaJoonr'. Novel Plan to ..- The proprietors havd so much faith In The property cost the original owner $IMOINI 1 Nail will I 1m> sold I nt a sacrifice J
ear hood lloa.de. Its. amative: (towers' that they utter One 't' he 'above cut 'lh'lypreHont... the propl1ty."I' _,j jo'orpt&rtlcnhu'IIl1pplytoorll.lrlro"
troet "are: pass the door. Rates $2.00: to $2.50 per day Hundred Dollars for any case that It I h
Judge W. A. Falconer of Fort Smith. falls to cine\ blond" for list of testimonials. } ,, -- ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. Ark., has applied the principle of state Address \F. J. Chenoy .It- Co., Tiv E/llA( F. HATCH 1 1). I.. fiAirLOKN[ IWM. A. WARNOCK1" l 1
aid In a new way says the Mood Koadt lads O. Moll by druggists, 7">o, Hall's (Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent/ for Owner, "i.
Magazine. As state Hid Is not yet< Family' Pills are the bust. Kau: Oalll, Florida. TltiiHvllIu, Kla. Jamaica, N". Y. t'It.' '' ", w

SEAIIRE1L1: :. forthoming' hr Ar6asns. t1)oug t a It .. :''
will noon be provided for Judge Falconer !
put himself In the eta t te'e place .. ;

and offered to donate $2.500 to that .1. I IS 11,

ie e Clarendon Inn SEABKEEXE, FLA. one of the four most Important roads I ( 1
which would raise the
In the townsjjlp.! ;J ,
largest bonus to ohtnln It. 1
OPEN: THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. One road raised $2,350:! ; ( In guaranteed -- t

cash subscriptions In addition tQ the == } a.ee. ;'fl ,; .
ya&'nv tic SO" Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new |manage. nglneerlng work\ nnd unlimited quan- t

eat Best Northern titles of btone. To the roud coming
Service. Special rates by the week and for the season
next In this. friendly contest the judge ,
larendon (Inn buses meet all trains at D.lytonlStation. Address the Claren- "
dollar it
offered a dollar for every t
['on" Inn, e.ibree/e Florida. K. L. POTTER Prop.C. would I raise provided it would raise al4 A NEW INVENTION. t'' '

much as $2,000 by April 1. That road
iud on March 8, In cash and la checks
-- -- -- -- --
payable April 1. $1NOO and expected: -

OM SHAHUEEZi:, GO()i.tLb. PL" A.ie to raise $iOO) ) or $ROO more. Recently Patented all Over the World. ci :. 1
Judge Falconer has done more than ",
help Fort Smith to get good roads. He r

Seaside OLD SEABREEZE:, baa set an example thut may well be I
e Inn emulated throughout the nation. The Walton ; 4
(GOODALL, 1'. o.e '
_ _ 'L tt
Favor National Aid Plan. f %I lifG
Iv l now open for the summer season; under the management of the Iowa is rapidly coming to the frontIn t 4

wner, HORACE F. STEWAIIT. Handsome and new, situated on the campaign/ of education and organization fG Self-Locking Tackle Block. : ,

Uwton.i Beach, the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments, with large for road Improvement At I
roads convention
the Des Moines good
nrv pleasant rooms overlooking the ouean and opposite Keating'Irmo resolutions were adopted favoring natloiial / Maids: In various shapes and sizes of
and Pier. The snrf bathing: Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. aid In to-operatlon with states ,
counties and municipalities in a general iI wink, i'iully| well wllh rope, chain or '
wire .
I scbemo for road Improvement.Ono rope.Will ,
of the arguments advanced In favor work at any hl'lllht..up..I.l. down, ''j ;

JENSIN.J of the national aid plan Is that It borl/.onlally nt nny angle, and will w '

will tend to equalize: the distribution stop and:;ook a any point 4

of the funds appropriated by congress.' Invaluable for kind of hUJllnE'II"wht''e
JEVSB.V: FLA. every
FRESCO HOTEL out that while a large
It in' pointed '
Center of Pineapple Belt. part of the revenues collected by the :a block Is. nended, freinrntly| sitvln 1
/ the labor uf
one man or more ,
IV UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.[ "Wl federal government comes directly or 1ti

I I ('(>tti'8' location beautiful ." Near Indirectly from the farming population r Nothing like It for hanging stretch'I,4, ,
thfrul" on Indian River. Large, ground' I
aan, Fine Fishing and Hunting. Terms reasonable. Letters and only a very small per rent of the appropriations ; y log wlies.Address p
Tai"kiamv reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. Is l spent In the rural dis all communications to the. rh

. JOHN S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor. tricts. Tbe spending of national funds Walton SelMocking Block Co
for building and Improving highways ,
-- -- -- would relieve this injustice to some extent VQ NI'' '1 4 M'
WEST k.ALM nl::. CII.E and would tend to stimulate thl"farmers' (Incorporated I,)
interest in public affairs more Office and Waroroorn, 40,1 1 Atlantic Ave. t

than almost' anything the government Near, Ito""o's" Wharf Elevated Htatlon.IIOSTON ,


A Barajalau t Sample Blocks can Le seen at the An- If ) I ei e. w
Fred-Kitty didn't marry that millionaire '
1pen.' Under new management. duffer after all did she? ti C''l lib of VOCATao8)ce.'fitusvllleanalatthestore H. B. HilobardA) Co.;. Jacks nrllle. LW l ih 1M I e 6 e I *i r

Overlook Lake Worth. Jack-No; be backed out and abe Call and see these blocks working V, '
coed him for breach of promise. I tIM

nsient Rates, $2 to *:J.SO per day. Fred-What damages? The following, ourof| hundreds, are a sample of the testimonials received by the Walton :Self-Locking- flock ()O.1 I

Rate Jaek-Twenty-Ova thousand and she .h.k'CO..8. Htrert, "-..ton.Jan. Iff. 'K13.) "
Special Weekly got It.Fred. W"L1""'' efLr-fr.7tawn .......'.M ('n., 1 t
of $2: .OOO off for (("-"LlU'K"y",. IWIIUMIMI' n. to irtTasn/ hon...t rcjxirt on the pnu'tluitl. working' Tnurwiir.Im!kin it toe..kin, .lilwkn. which' w'.nlitolnflil' from
MRS. IDA B. BRUNER, Proprietress. -Clear case .. Would. hv aiMil different. kiiulu& of block.. la ou< factory,, nn nut elevated" track bolntlnic. .nil lowering ram on. II..or t.. another. .'0.
cash, wasn't It? I didn't think Kitty Wye hate liven the Walton salt' LoeklnK l"cHn a pretty Il.... : tent, auil null. them tie IUIMI .II.bl"end,Iwit tilixikK l thU klml. w'. have: ever niiml.I t 1 '
-. ---- at driving a.bargain. I. I I. a grew Invention' ,and were iliac u>glee you tile '" .ten, and nun than plmuMil to know that tl lut. w'. bore round what wn' have for yearsbeen )'
was so sharp bunting to,. Van can ass ibis notice in any way you ......... i t I,
_ NEW YORK Comfort. _____ You,. very truly, J. bt'NCAN A CO. T I

ne .et. WAtTOJT Srt' ,-inrkizo niXH-K: CO l
A at..eur <|a .... ...M from tackle. blorko. wltke nf and .k..l i t
n""TL" :-Ahon two wake ago I purrl you a I'al.t 8 'In. HIf-I.wllln. feet rob e, pun > meat
Percy Is a little boy who make plan the time to. report to the company IIllm.n.1 tuen. aal ?
)tel to blrk'tU bath sometime. But the 1 am ala: Marlborougli in from >ry m n.nee1'0011.. .. Ui*) .a.1 tint*.n be play
other evening came Toura truly, r.p, UOWEIX." t
tired and hot and sticky. baalev loOntln and Pulld....' Puppies' Newport It. H.tunrn I IR

I Broadway, 36th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. Do I rot a bath tonight mar* beaaked. 4
"LTn""IJ..r..Jl"' Co. flnttiat, bfaM. ,Iy
dUct'to< ", 200< bath room. Lighted entirely with electric light. Con- <)K>iTI.fMMr! >.WapnrcbaM ', American and and is managed under the personal "Ye," answered hla mother. .ro well pleanwl with th.wnrklnf of the "'00... In many rax novel and b.'.....ran he...11, handled wlthiMHa _.nif m.... They conaequmtlywv i
I "P.rrlu'n European plans na mooty.t Tb.7 arc*oi>arlor to anything w. bat.am UMflor leU forfer. ,dUn, b<*Tr wrlthti >afitly anri nulcklv In ourimr*. Y ;
of "the :
th e Wner> "Well. b. said: cheerfully, Lord i KUWKH WHARF PltoVlalON (YaIPANY, 1
CROWELL Marager. 1 1'er W T. K. Treasurer. ,Boston.EAST ,
E.. S. know I need.it. -Brooklyn.! Eag *. IOBT



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BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS -. apportionment Is made will ba in a position Robbins & Graham Co. WINSTON S. BRANNINC. FREDERICK A.
to apply the funds due each settlement n*?' "1C

ns the people may elect. He will

_____ have a call for bids for shell per carload (Incorporated.)

A I The Board was called to order on the advertised this week's paper. PAID UP CAPITAL $2 ,OOO.OO. BRANNING & MORGAN
Ed. Robinson Is
.ter 17th Instant, by order of the Chairman I On motion convict ,
Present: J. R. Walker, 1st District; J. I hired to D. W. Mohroe & Co., at *1S:\ per This company owns

;iird R. Mlot District, 2nd; J.District O. Jones; It.,A.-Ith Conkllng District, I month.The following bills. were paid: XA.. I&T: :::: :3D S,

-" and J. F. Bell 5th District; A. A. Stow Aonxral Funrl. On the St. Fir Insurance Agent
IB the Indian Rivet Country;
I 'y'x10'WI'lllllllll' J R Walker Cu Com; and mileage f 4 (no
qCW ReADY art clerk; J. P. Brown, sheriff. J. K. Mlot, .. 5. S4I.
,' NrPo ToNrooo CONP.NMENTCA.et Minutes of the last regular meeting It Conkllnft.. .. 13 110 Lncle River; at New River and on Bay

{ ? COLLEGE were read and approved.On John C. Jonen, ".. :W' onJVJtoll Prices to suit the times.
UNIVERSITY :2'auO Bisoayne. I
motion convict, Rufus Wimberly, t A Rolifnnnn,aoct grams warden ... ,, 40 OfflWH TituTsville, Fla.
t t OF MEDICINE 8S8.S5MEDICINEDENTISTRYPHARMACY in hired to D. W. Monroe & Co., at *15 Nfirwuoil, lrelC Ollluor. and exp... .... Iff uo Send for Land List.

month. Klwtrlo Light Co.... .... .. .. .. . ,.... .. 10110
per A A Stewart cupyliift minutes ...... .. I 50" Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla.
'P( '1 j L.J'TACNNO M.TNOOax'i On motion It Is ordered that warrant AAStewart. accountant..... .. ...<... ... 3000A
l 'CLINIC. CATAa00Y.' 8177, in favor of E. C. Lumber & Sup. 1> Ponnejr, salary cminty Judge .. .. .,. 25 M
DNNx1INauxw, ,x.IlNlllaHtl Co. for *12J:. be and the name is hereby I) (.O'nilion. Salary I'ros Attjr .. .. .. an 33 Representing: Representing) .
--- --- --- -- -- ---- J Brown, Jailor .. ... .. .... ....... 3" destroyed. The amount having been Included '. Janitor ..... .. .. ...... .. I R (00 The Liverpool & London A I; Globe The Pennsylvania ,
In a subsequent bill. ComralsHl- .. waning on Co Com ...... .. ... 4 00 IUKIII,, ,,"," ,, ,,
L_ cell/ : Jones and Mlot were appointed n M Cnnkllng.. 10 00 Co. The
5 oners a Insurance
O. F. Agent. Georgia Home
R Bowler ..... ..... .... .. 10 f 00 DUBEN insurance t C01
committee to destroy the same. They H II'Tl'Rvlll.t: Co,white fly chemicals..... 4J: no OrjCD
+' j JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS reported they had done the same and A A Stewart and COin Feaster JdRint. 3 90 EI!:: The Hartford Fire-insurance Co. The Roeheater-Germah., in,,n,, "rj
l were discharged. "' makng rep to assessor &; coin 3 28 '
41 West Bay Street, Report of Justices of the Peace C. T. .* rep to asiwsor & oompt .. ... 5 80 ..- VVVo -. The JEtnH Insurance Co. Norwich Union Fire In,. |
? 't' L R Decker, work on new elks ofllca! .. ... 122 no : a. rW SOCiety t
',, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. MoBrlde, J. M. Sanders. n. G.'Bronson, Drew (Jo. chairs' for .. ... 3580 ., e. ; The Continental Fire Insurance Co. Northern
was received. John Henry appor tax rwlem ...,... ..... 23 110 Assurance I'n 341 Eop.
Largest stock in thin section of country. ., MMandeninquestand mileage; .. .. .. 100 pt -
M : .' : Established In 1808. Ou motion the petition of N. Downeyet IM Taylor. env o<> onm .. ..,. ..... Stan i, = The Home Insurance Co., of N. Y. --
p al citizens of Melbourne, for a public East. Coast. AilrooaM blanks ... ........< 221)) Home Life Insurance i o? ,IfNT l jlOermanla
',' Send for descriptive catalogue. road was received and Will Campbell, S. .. vouchers... ...... U 78 -- The Phenix Fire Insurance Co.
T T Wetmore loe oo com ........ .... .. .. 30 Life Insurance Snedeker and 1' Hood
J. .
were appointed J P court ..... s 00
Brown waiting on county
The Fireman' Fund Insurance Co.
: to mark, view and lay out the same. drawing and serving Jury oo ct 34 no II: Union Casualty & Surety CoIn ;

,,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,. Report of tax: : collector and county A A Stewart binkclerksolUne.' .,,.., ...... I 2HK _. .C'-I-. ,
blanks .
collected B Wa or, and tax statement 1100Frltchant b -
of licenses the
during &: Bon supplies for jail.... ..... 19 W/ Qou.o c
month of August and amounting to *70r JO i.HradydtHu: .. .' ......... t MMrsKIvmun : -1=
list of Fire Insurance After
the above
i loooRossi the Fire
I state On and motion$42.03: the county petition was received.of Jas. 'A. IVee.:: pauper" :::: :.::::::::::: 8 :no TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.O .
have for
Henry Bowman .. A no) < Companies, we agency ALL
St. tonl Keg unit Hot. Groves et al citizens of Sebastian, pray. H llaKla, :" 800: :

j find Hmr.. Ing for a neighborhood road Is granted J Lewis, BOOM the strongest In the world. Time- )
10 00
and 11. F, Ilardesty, D. F. Bute and Wm. A Uore.Flitch ... 800()
9 Hold bj M ssrs. F.A. Losley and Sloan are appointed a committee to mark Hall Talnuuliro.. 9(341( 0I tried and fire-tested Insurance. Overa

l ,. j R. L. Motlnw TltnllYIlI..rla. view and lay out same. Win Andersen .,. 800( 0 .
On motion the allowance of Mrs. J, C. Mrs.J. C. Johnson, 10 00 I !; million dollars paid for losses from d l'g
h ,{ t By Mr R. l- Moth,,,,,Cocoa, 1'1. HamantbaBrIRls. ; ._. BOOOeoDenliam )
Johnson Is Increased from '$5 to $10 per .I W I.nlf ................ a .0'' DJ: y Ni Jacksonville fire Companies"in
"by our
{ month. 10 oil, I I"i 0
JOSEPH ZAPF I....x Framer, 800 C
iP x
Petition of John II. Sums, et al citizens III X time. -
Mary Uogon. S mltnad i: twenty days
of Merrltts aitklng for a public road and Ilililica Fuiul.Kust 7 A : en
Sole Is granted and T. S. /Sanders Chas I A tj; (
Agent. Count Advocate. Uilv MUM.I ..'.. 49 60 favors and
!II () r- We appreciate past respectfully -
Cleveland and J. \r. Field are appointed! Mfn
Itoad Fund Die.o.1.Town I III =
010 to West Bay Street, to mark, view and lay out the same. or Tltusvllle proportion 1003 tax. .. ITS (iffJO ) I H/ =: z ask for a continuance of er i
On motion Miss Mary Rogers I. placed Kites roast work 3 (H) e

t K JACKSONVILLE, FLA. on the pauper list at $8 per month. L (iriflsial: : \: : :contract .. 1400::: .., -Q..t'C. ,.,.. 'I II your busineim.
Communication from John l1eol'Y.oounty ,1 W ("Italian. bridge work 900 I :: : 1 i J A Taylor hal 1 contract 4000 .... ... ....-4 ) !
1 treasurer, was received and tiled. Mad Fund Dl!. No. 2. I ..:"- (1)4 C r- Do not send away for Insurance in s rrocNr
R. L. MOTLOW. Report of the Clerk of tax: : redemptions Co ... en
Chan Cleveland, road :3 on I lTJ I
during the month of August was receive .. .. e: < I know
I fI L Nlohol8. 1SB1: Borne small company you DotbThe safe and the contents may I
1 ed. Town or Cocoa, proiHirtlon' 1'MKI( tax.. 14706( E h-- : :u
rj N M Klsh,road work 1U 73 -r tact; but if there is no inmiranc i
Report of the county treasurer was 34 ) -4 ing about.
b J 14 III 00 I"'n,,
J4 I received and checked up. Messrs. Mlot IIJIJ.aKuflhe"White .. lOIN a c!J: ['I] I contents of the safe oovei' JOb> n|

and Conkling destroyed the paid war Road Fund IMe. No. 3. .. .. O. No other agent can write you in part of your assets), tlie <;u\inns ot ji

rants turned over by the Treasurer with (1) Sanders hal' on contract. .. .... ..... :30 00 11 < liIiI time! may vanish within n few b hl|
w his report. The Treasurer had his usiial Town of Dan. Uallle proportion law. tar... 77 ti a eym trjl"' <::: I Ii'J tile above companies I I In Titusvllle or time. Insurfe with us, jn-uteci' jonnf<
Town of 8V :34
certificate of deposit attached to I IGrob
report. = and in of lire loss ,
o case a
r get mi
: Report of the fish and game wardenwas Koad Fund DIs.No. 4. i h--. surrounding country.
"" money to put you on yom feet DM
1 1i received.On W W Carltou. road 2 50 en
\1 J P f'revatt.nproad AngJu.... .. 8000B o Remember tbls and we are lure
motion the Clerk of the Circuit T !Hutches road. work... 200 !:! 0 0 I I'C Branning & Morga
Court Is ..... '
Instructed to furnish, each ''UUI"'t&| ; Mldillrton, liimlier 2068
Town of Fort fierce, 1002 tax 100 78 .m Z. there will be no policies Issued only
month, the newspapers published In the proportion ... Fire and Life Insurance Agentij
County with of the minutes for Road Fund DIs. No. 5.C I .. xr !
copy a z r by the above firm. Patronize home.
publication, for which he Is to receive FOImst..ad, road work. I BOO ,'I
W M Hall, 72 All) ; y::! cnIII .
the sum of $5 month < -- -- Y -- -
ru per "
John Tioliati, .. 1128 :
a ai Notary Public's bond of Wm. Jenkins J O Richards, : .. 2880 D: & !;;; rON I
Will A.hrottl, .. 1128Punoiit EZ. ::ae. :C &: SRO
as principal with J. 1'. Oray and W. E. I. .. ,
Mlddleton.liunbiir I 8261O 6 z
GeolYry aa sureties was approvej. K Prince, road: work 1100:: -DEALERS IN-
i Justice of the Peace bond ot W. L. D Austin "andaliell..30000
1 s sti 4 Ik Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers. Keeper for I>lt. 22, with Chaa. Harris Special Road Fund DIs. No.. ---- G ROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PROM

ti Ales Stout Etc.SC2r and M. 8. Jones, jr., as sureties was ..pproved. Town of Cocoa proportion 1002 tax....." 211 77 ,
Special Road Fund I>ls. No. 3. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERT1LI7J

8otid me your orders 1 The following; contracts were awarded t B H Stewart road work. 280 GENERAL DIRECTORY. \Ver fe deal exclusively: : in the above line of goods and solicit the trade ''If f all coti

TITUSVll.LE and COCOA FLORIDA T Milliard, .. July 2000 '.. Write us for prices on Orain1 and I all I Groceries delivered at your station I
.. .. .. .
District No. 1. Ann 4 'noSlfanoouk E. L. BRADY & BRO. .- .. TITUSVIU.E FLA. '
-- July ... .... .... 1M1
Contract No. 1 I. C. 1) Flood 1 ((13 (00 U. R. SENATORS.:'
) n Au{ ... .... ... .... 2 80
i Hodgson Uros. a.: T. A. Johnson, 1W OO) H Klndall, .. .. Julv... .... .... W SO J. r..r..llare'ro.. .... .. ........ ... .larfcsnnvilla.B. ( --
3.: T. A. Johnson, :25! 00) .. .. AII if ... .. .... .. 21\1'\' It. MHllory .... .. .. .. .feimacola..
.. ... .. ........ ,
R 7 "MI
Hart July I'. H CONORK88MKN.:!
4. Rejected excessive l .. .. .. S. W. CARROLL
EAU ... .....
GALL1K!!:, INDIAN K1VEU 14'1.lIal'loe ..\. AUK 180/ }
< "
t ft. W. 8. Norwood M 00 A M Wlngate, and tram... ..... 6 OUHM Ruhort W. 1>\\'IM<< .. . ..... .. .... ..Palntka.A ,
. . .
;M. Hpnrkmun .. ... .
Railway e ((1. 'f. A. Johnson 700 00 |
** c General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. 7. J. W. Osbun, :M4 (00 8 fadirott Co. road, work. .. ,.. .. .. 768 U. B. LANi OFFICE. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND YEGETAB

Nl ) :; District No. 2. Fine .and Forfeiture. Jl'und. K. S. ttiuhh, .. ........ .. .... .... ..Reiclntor. ,
.Special r".icllIlicH.. .J I' Rrown. coin on them) P court .. .. 2 80 W. H. Rohlnnon .. .. .. .. ....Receiver.Hllnes .
) b Contract No. 1. No bids.M H J Kuiuwll,crisis pros .. .... ... 41 88 ( \ .at Oanienvtlle Florida. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage!( :Solicited
"t For HuiillnK Out, Storing and KepalilogVaolitH .. 2. .. H F Hard i.ty, .. .... .. .. 1 OH TITUSV1LLK, e FLOHIDA.
v i ; ft K H.rd..e, .. .. .. .. .. .. 2 (087H FI.ORIDA'LJoOI81.ATURE.
and Launche t. Rejected! excessive. if !' llrown no .. .. .... 118M ( K.1<: Y..')liiil k, Valin. Reach" ... ... ...Heimtop. - -- -
l> f. Itaulden ponvlnMon r"OM" . m/ W. If.JonttH. TltuiivlllH..... .. .RcprvHeutative.KXKIMTTIVK .
Mention the AnvonATU when" writing District No. 3. ..... .... .
A A Stewart or""I"o. cort .. +1 1JFHrown : UKl'ARTMKNT.Win. ; FACTOIlY
... .. ... .. ... .. INDIAN RIVER ICE
-- --- Contract No. 1. J T 2i no
Snell mile
5(o (OO .
.' .IflnnliiRH .. .... .. < ... ....Oovel nor.II. .
2. 130 00 Feeding I'riMimers Fund. .. .... .. of
CI Crawford State.
< Secretary
3. Rejected excessive .T I' Hrown fending 1>rI onore.. .... ... .... 81) to W. V.\Knntr.. .... ... . .... Treasurer.laiu TITUSVILLE, FLA.
n ii 4_ ii n Ou motion the hoard adlourned.! to ""H. Whltttuld... Attornpj-Ueneral. Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Hacked: or loose. Special H"J {

B. No bide meet 1st Monday In Oct, Mao:! a,, m. 1003. II W.K.N.MuLin Shears, ..... .. .....ContmiseloiterAgriculture.Alone" .Supt..Publlo InHtructlim,,. paid sacking for Yachts or for family tiRe. Fair dealing Is my motto.

.. 0, Rejected excessive .C. Onom. ,.... .. ... T. T. WETMORE, I'ropl'letor.TTT"US"VXLLE PV
r k .... ...Adjutant-lieneral./
f ..
+ 11 J.CI UTnrd H. Fouler _
,'I ; .. .. 7 USED FOR PNl' UMOSIA.-nr,, C. J. John Hrudfuril. ,,, .. .... ....8urve)or-U..neral. VVV V -V-
plea H! No bids Ulshop, of AKnew. Mich., says: "! have R. .10;. Ho.c. .. .. .. ... ... ... State Cheiulnt. : ST.A.DL e
iSj a o s D. u used IToley's Honey and Tar' In three very ""Iooa..t. TallaliauMN.. Florida. LIB E RY

rn sfi 10? Reserved! to Oct severe cases of pnmimonin' with good! results SUPREME COURT JI DOES 1? 11

f ': ,yell 11. R. G. Ilardee, IHW); (II\\) In every case. He fUMe substitutes M. II Miliry.... .... .. ...Chief Jmttce. 1''
t n ... .. ... ... HOB.*!
F. 1t.l'arter AaeoaiateJnetlce. FEED) AIU SALE SADDLE)
Cow District No.4. Sold) by It. R. Wilson & Son. rl. Y. Taylur...... .. .... ... .... .. ..

fRAot : MANN 30'i No bids. -- -- -- RAILROAD COM MISSION KIIS.fefT ...STABLES.::: .. BUOUIKS.( ; (

f District No. 5. MARRIED IN WASHINGTON. "rnnn H. Browne, chairman,. ... Key West.
R. Hudson Burr .. .. .. .. ....MUI" River.
i OVa No bids. F. M. Hryan,< .. ...... . .. ... .Kleiittmee. BAOGAGE: Sl'RREi l1
i art"s The AIIVOCATK is In of the R. C. Dunn clerk. .. .. .. .. ..)Maillnnn.Ieatiiiiarter .
I\\ On motion the comptroller Is retlUOtlt.. receipt > | and l offices at Tallahassee. Fla.CIRCUIT TRANSFER nod gURSOIT
eis"nANeo e oil to make an order allowing the Clerkof following. announcement : 'COURT. ,
1 ; the Circuit Court to "Mr I Charles Leslie Myers and Mrs.
assign tax certificate
Minor 8. .Tone.Tltnarllle, ... ? .Circuit Judm. HAULIN'G I ETC. = all kit'1'FLOIll' -
slip 181& sale of 181)4) on the payment of Ella Hums McNerny announce their marriage J. It. Hi-RlT", Orlaniln, ...Hroneeutlnir' Attorney yi
J yt Its full face value with Interest and toallow on :Saturday:: the fifth of September BprlniTerm-Fourth Monday. In March.
thousand nine hundred Fall ..rm-.on'tb Monday. In Octolwr.BKKVARI )b
the oancelatlon of all subsequenttax one and J. M. OSBAN & BRO;
N.N .+. C.,... I Ir three at Washington D. U." ) ('UlJtIo'a Y COURT. TITUSVlJ.I.E.Back _
certificates embracing. this lot of G M. Jtobbins' olllce.--
1 1, icdrnrns toe g their face value without Interest and at Mr. and Mrs. Myers left after the cere A. T>. Penney, .. .. ... .. .. ..County Judge.
l>. Oaiililun . --- .
Attorney.A. --- --- -- -
I) without collecting the subsequent omit.. mony for Winston-Sale N. C., when, A. Stewart: : .:. ... : l"ro."cutb':, .; Clerk. -
( 5:. OLIJ.JI ted taxes. the bride's daughter Miss Dorothy !Mo- Spring) Term. .efloml Monday In May.

.- On motion the bill of the Ilrevard Nerny will be left at school for the winter Hummer Temllecon.1Iond"y; In Angnst. !
.. Attention
Fall Term
-Heiioiiil Monday In November. Special
SOLD IIV JOHN R. WALKER A CO. County State bank !as presented for In. term. After an extensive wedding Winter Torm--)4ncond Monday. In February )
f.I tour Mr. and Mrs. will
terest on warrants will not be paid as the Myers return eGIVEN ,
I, Supreme Court of the State in the case aDd take up their residence in the San
R E. Minis, Superintendent. Bonnvantura.Memliersi .
I offthe;; National Bank of Jacksonville vs. derson Hats on Ocean street, Jackson J ... Dlxon cbalrman." 'a'ltllullle; TO MAIL ORDERS FOK- ate

TV Riclitirds Duval County, prohibit. the payment of ville. R. N. Andrews, Cocoa; J. K *ulu,8))I'ruoo"llIlY. )

;; Harry Interest on all warrants not provided I for The AIIVOCATK: extends congratulations COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.: Hardware Tinware GI

i by special statue. Flue and forfeiture and best wishes for a long life of J. R. Walker chairman. Tiuisvllle; John R. Crockery, tSSWa"I

lh STUAUT FLORIDA warrants are excepted as their Is a connubial bliss and happiness. Mlot, Inillanola. ; R. A. ConkllnK, Tlllman. ;John

t r special statue providing for the paymentof C.Jones,are Quay tin/j darat J. F. Bell Monday:, WhiteSty:In each.mnntn.4 Regularneuloal : Harness and Stoves.Our .

Interest on them under certain con AN EDITOR'S TESTIMONIAL.
INS ditions. Those receiving warrants must T. l.ych edltorof the N. J.
I). Penney,Tltunvllle .. County Prom
; '" Judge c Stock Is Orders
_ pr t' keep them until money Is In the'l'relUl- Dally Post, writes : "I! have used many 1) I.. 1jy, Machinist, and Steam and this, Fitter ury to pay for them or dispose of themat kinds of medicines for coughs and coldsIn A.: A. Stewart:Titusvllle: .. .:: :.(County; Clerk,

t:14 i 6 Agency lor- bust price possible. This action Is my family but never anything so goodas J.K..: F.HHH.TItuitvtlle Wooten, Cocoa,..,......., ... .....Tax Tax Collector AflNesftor. Jas. I'ri chard a Son pPOstof

: Forced on the County Commissioners by Foley's Honey and Tar. I cannot say John Henry Tltiisvllle ... .... .Treasurer
Chaa. A. Strellngor Gasoline Knglnos. the above decision of the Supreme Court. too'much In praise of I It." Wilson: Son. R. E. Minis, llonaventiire .Supt. Itiu. Init.
On motion the J. O. Fries Tltunvllle .County Surveyor.
Comptroller "
requested ice Box 212
J. P. .Ii.n.TI IIMvllle.. _.. AI
i' ) Engine Repairing) a tJ' cla1t,. l to allow the redempton of the tax
W. 8. Norwood, Tltiuvllle. Re.latrattonOmaer.' .
certificates held' by the State upon railroad MR. AND MRS. FLAGLER.Mr. 'J'i.t'U.s'V"'i e. Florida
Send for ..
Stamp Catalogue. TITU8VILLK: TOWN rOUXCIL.O. .
lands In Urevard county, at i"X) cents to

: per[ aore. IIonr> M. Klaglor, the well known tax.collector A. Frontmayor, ;R. K, Minis; Van, jr.Worley, clerk marshal and treasurer and! --------- -- e?

Letter from Arthur Frltsch, Foundryand Standard Oil millionaire, and owner of ; John Henry tax ainwjiwor; ,1. H. Walker
: Mcli. Co., was received 1 and tiled. the F. E. C. Railway and various palatial F.A. Morgan, L. A. llra.ly. I'. J. Hall and J. L. Seeds
_ E. Vesoy Hull Letter from J. It. Wyatt chairman of hotels, has" been enjoying a visit to the first Carrutbers.Tuesday, In oouncilmvsi each month.The council meets Summer Crops,

F Hoard of County Commissioners of Man- Mount Washington hotel, White Mountains TITfSVILLB I101RD (>F TRADE _- ,

f alee county< was' received l and tiled. N. II., managed by those popular O. :M. Rohlilns, ]>r...ldent : J. )M. Dixon, tr..a...
ba The following bonds to carry repeating hotel men, Mett".... Anderson &: Price of urerJ.(4. .Hast,......retlOry_ :Mevu necund. Wmlneaday 'uta''
_ rifles were approved l: S..J. Norton, S. Hotel Ormonil. Mrs. Flagler accompanied night In each month at their rooms. Millets Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chiifns 7

_ 1 Boat bllilcler llendry and Fred Tra\ls. her husband.' Mr. and Mrs. Flag-. FREE!!: AND! ACCEPTED :.MASONS. Beggarweedclean. ((0e

t The following bond to carry pistolswere let and friends. also Mr. John Anderson Indian River Tjwltfe!: Vo. no hi>,M,. lu meetlnirK.
the second and ftmrtb Friday eventnc of C: <>'-XT :PEAS: :
f approved: J. T. bnell: C. K. Stow" recently made a trip to the summit of month, at their lodge ......"'>, Indian River hotel Sash phi
,1 ( art, M. Holano, II. P. Wells, J. F. M nip- Mount Washington, returning by car. at ?.Js' clerk. p ui. J. L.. Carruthen W. M.; Whipps. Clays, Wonderful Black Unknown Ladyfingers. -
t son, K. D. English and T. L. Paine. riages.; Mr. Flagler always enjoys his F. A. Mof'1tJUt.1\eo'y. Clean Bright:! Stock; Lowest Prices Conch Peas, 35o yet qt ""t v.j.'

OKOIUUAN'A: Jo'JuJXIert \. In the matter of controversy between visits ti the White Mountains. ORDER OF EASTERN; STAR. peck; *4.2.:. > bushel.

the &petitioners of Fort Pierce and Commissioner ------ -- Friendship' Chapter,No. It, holds Its .meetlnn Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tool. ]l'ertllzert
In the Masoul.I..d1ta room. Tttusvllle the ne
Jones of the 4th district the on
V Summer Tourist Kntei. nnt Tuesday In ...month atS:3nu'el""I': m. L.
; CAMERON Store,
been The Seed
having (
controversy discussed thoroughly
I' and the third Tuesday In each month at 7:uw
Typewriter Jtepairlnir. by the Hoard In open a..88loo. the Tickets are on sale via., the Atlantic o'clock p. m. The following' are the: oflliwrs of 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKS::>NVILI.E. f c
Board believes Mr. Jones' position is correct Coast Line, to the principal summer resorts the Indp: Mrs. H. R. Wilson worth matron; _
Oliver Typewriter. the standard 1 visl- Mr.J.L.Carrutheeeworthy: patron; M..> Kate 1
and that he ha throughout the Tickets
no right under the country. Stewart.' A..o. Matron; Mr. Si. A.IkrlmQeooq --- --
ii I ble, being adopted by all leading houses law to spend the money la any other way are Rood returning until October 31st .Secretary; Mr. J. :\(. IXxon Treasurer. Mr:
throughout the country-only &03: parts,, except by apportionment unless all the IIMXi) ); and liberal stop-over privileges are Julius Kline,Con
>. against over 1500$( ) In any other typewriter.We people of the district petition to place all allowed. For Pullman reservations, J.Aaao.L. Carmuen.Con '.:.; Mm.Ruth
_ keep ItIDrt'pAlrWllon as you own It. he funds) on a definite road. Mr. Jones rates etc., see Ticket Agent or write. Esther: : Mrs., r. A. Morgan Martha; Sits Aleph oti1
1 Ortvot Typewriter Exchange Jackson has employed Mr. John Henry to make C. IJoylston, Commercial Agent Mim.Eleta: ; Mr*.John H. Walker. Warder;

A I i1ii'm: fille, Fla the apportionment and as soon as such 138 W. Bay street, Jacksonville Fla. I Mr mere r., aentluel A. Morgan..; Mr.Chaplain Chas. H. ;Walton:II.... T.Manhal T. WeN News of the East Coast every leek't

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