Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: June 21, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00352
Source Institution: University of Florida
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OL22.. NO. 17. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY JUNE 21. 1001. PRICE Bo. I.

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LOCAL NEWS !53r Deed blanks sold at this office. -Are you going to paint? See* 0. F.Paddison' : MARRIED. J. H. PHILLIPS DEAD. AMONG THE HOTELS.
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0(1 Topics of General Interest.. receive, the ADVOCATE. -Have our pineapple !growers no slips On April the !\Ihollr Hobo Sound correspondent lre.Nl.<1.nt of Melbourne State. hank Coined Where to atop along the East Coast. I
suckers for sale this season? I wrote the ADVOCATE as follows To .u Untimely' Knil. See list ofy hotels on '7th page
Mr. C. W, Crabb, of Cocoa, was a wel. i
THE ADVOCATE, come visitor In town Monday, T -Mr. Henry Watton, of Clifton spent : : On Tuesday last, the Melbourne community The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all }
"There Is another old Hobo Sounder
was shocked to I learn that Mr. J. .
from Monday until Tuesday: town. the best hotels In New York city.
1.50 per annum, In advance. -Mr. W. B. Crossof Fort Pierce, was not yet mentioned-the oldest In knowl U. Phillips had taken his own life. Mr,
1.00 six months, .. In town a day or two,this week. --Job Printing: of all kinds executed edge find perhaps In fact. What la he has been despondent for some time owing Where to stop In Tltuavllle See TI. i

$2.00 per an. to foreign, countries. Theo Deyman, piano tuner, rebullder, at the ADVOCATE office. Send your order. doing lie has set an example to the largely toI\\ health and a broken tusvllle hotel and boarding housd ads on

Eau Gallia! Write him when In need. -The steamer Canaveral .,has been on new-comeis, and has already started down constitution. He hud recently our 7th page
I When subscribe for the ADVO- work on a new house, to cost from seven been persuaded by his friends to take a between
you Nelson's ways, Titusvllle, this week, un- Tim horso-oar I is now running
lAtrio by the year, it does not cost you Owing to tho Illness of our reporter de 'going a thorough overhauling.Hotel .' to eight thousand dollars. Only thinkof much-needed vaeutlon,'and was getting: Hotel Coquina, Ormond Beach, and the ,
hree cents per week, postage Included. several days the first of the week our It, nine }ears here, oil and on, and ready to leave In a few days when under 'F. E. O. Railway station
Note date of expiration pl'lnted'upon local Items are a little slim this woek.Tbe Coquina, Ormond Beach. Is only now blossoming,: forth into new and a temporal abel'l'IIllon of the mind, he
said be with who de- and IIOUHCH. A Snider Mrs. K. WliltDeltl\ former housekeeper t
to T. a
or we'ek. This Clyde Lineteamllblp: Co.'s tilling up guests, costly why, took his own life with a razor
our paper wrapper every In the surf aud oh this sodden 'will\ of the Indian River hotel Tltusvlllq -
light bathing fishing. uliv MPI'out1'Ve Mr. Phillips wall a man of large means,
N a receipt for your money. No needr agency Is at the ADVOCATE: office Tltusville I '
wait and 1 Humor !Mr. now holds a similar position at
sue. ante says accumulated commission merchant ,
an
send for where reservations. -Mr. E. A. Miami' real
us to receipt subscription you can secure Waddell estate -
Snider will long take unto himself llotol ('nq elm t Ormond where she has
ere In Some he locatedat ,
the date Rives I I tt to dealer has to Warren street Chicago. year ago
you. gone ,
-Mr. M. S. Same a well-known I will learn before next win friends.
more
orange/ i New York, to look after his commission". you Melbourne, Invested In real estate to many .f
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and pineapple glower, of Coutenay. wan ter. considerable built himself a
business a extent Hotel l Coquina Ormond-by-Sea, will\ be
i TUB: EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Is on a pleasant caller at this office on Wednesday i An now comes the nows to the ADVO handsome residence at East Melbourne, this fishing
for summer. Fine -
ixle at the following news-stands at, fin afternoon. I Secure reservations via Clyde Line cave: that !Mr. T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati and, together with others, organized the open, bathing guest, sailing nod driving Rate
ents per copy : i steamers, between Jacksonville, New and Hobo Sound Fla., was recently Melbourne State Bank of which he has
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Titusvllle B. R. Wilson & Son. -Major F. M. Taylor will move Into M: per day ttt to fl2: per week. Further
York and Boston, at the ADVOCATE: married to a very charming young widow since been president. )
J. B. Screven. the Woodward residence, which he recently \ 1 particulars of I). B. Matheson, Manager,
office TitusvilleMessrs Mm. Eflle Kitson, of Philadelphia.The / The business of the bank has prosperedunder '
Jacksonville\ -Duval hotel. bought as soon as the carpenters rather and Hotel Coquina, Oimond, Fin.
make needed L. :M. L. If, Church wedding was quiet Mr Phillips' management: and'
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some Murray
repairs
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stand Union '
News depot and J. Dawson, three well-known and took place at the Holland hotel, New never more so, than during/ the past year, I "Through the Oreen" Is the, title of a
O. Nolle, one of Shlloli's orange popular commercial, travelers In York. its. semi-annual statements show a neatly-gotten-up, seuil \lllustrated'folder
Heading notice ads. are ten centser growers, was In town jeHteiday, and like town this were The bride Is well and favorably known ht'Rhbyllnanclal condition. sent u* by Mr. John Anderson, of

| line on this page. all good Christians and friends of the morning. to us, as well as to many resident ol No good ronson exists, so far as la tlrm of Anderson A: Price, manager of

sale? newspaper man, planked down his :$1.50 -Kev, and Mrs. J. A. Hughes expectto Ormond, Hobe Sound and Palm Beach, known, for the rash act of Mr. Phillips', the famous Mount Pleasant house In the
for See
-Who has a gentle pony for the ADVOCATE. leave Titusvllle next Wednesday, on where she spent last winter, and made and It can only be accounted for temporary White l\Iountalnll-One of the most popular .

tie ad on this page. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine a two months' visit with frlend ,and relatives host of friends. She is a talented and Insanity, canned byill health and delightful: and home-like resort in

-Mr.. K. B. Kaulerson, of Fort Pierce service on Sunday the 2'ird: at All 1 if the north. blight conversationalist, and we wish her Imaginary troubles '.'lie community, New Hampshire
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Mlln town Monday morning.Mr. much joy. She Is a cousin of Mr. Joseph and all with whom :Ill'. Phillip had
Saints church, Waveland-Jensen at 10:::10() Master Harold Coutant returned to The United States hotel Saratoga

S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne, wa a. 10: Also at St. Paul's.church, Eden. his home at Oak Hill yesterday, after an Jefferson The the is well-known Mr. 'r. 'A actor.. Snider the pleasant dealings, deeply regret the ,sad Springs N. Y., hiss undergone many Important

i town a day or so the first of the! week. Tlbbals, at 3:10:: p. m. enjoyable visit of ten days with relativesand noted groom manufacturer of Cincinnati event Improvement Among the
catsup Mr. Phillip loaves widow and two
friends In Tftuevillei new feature of the United State
I -Attorney W. I. Metcalf of Palm -Mr. Oscar Worley of this place, has and Robe Sound, and I I. known to great children Oeorge Phillips and Mrs. many Hotel this season will be the general Introduction '

Reach, was in town on Friday and SaturI been wearing a happy smile this week, -Sheriff Jos. P. Brown on Monday many residents along the East Coast his Charles Morton, as the Immediate family of electric lights. The private

I last. owing to the fact that his wife presented brought up a man named McLean, on a house-boat, Buckeye having stopped\ at to mourn his decease. banquet room Is now exquisite. It has

him with a fine 10JIb.. boy, at five o'clock charge of sodomy, committed at Melbourne Tltusvllla on several occasions during The bank business will go on n* usual, been done In a color scheme of acqua-
Secure your reservations over the on Sunday morning. Mother and child upon the twelve-year old son of Mr. Snider' winter cruises along the Mr. C. M. Horton, the present efficient marl ne, with of gold on the
llyde Line at the ADVOCATE office TI. '
IS\ll1le. : are doing well. Hilllard.. Indian River. cashier (being In charge .until a new ceiling and in ar.latchea More than fifty

r -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Frlnk. of Jensen, Remember that the EAST COAST Mr*. Kltson informed us that she did president I I. elected, new bath have been placed in the hotel
1 -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Mas- I had a little case here before Judge Jones ADVOCATE does all kind of job printing not Intend to return to Hobn Sound next and the entire Interior ha been redecorated.
winter but would to California. No
rr Claude Walton are now stopping at this week. The evil once Is said to have at short notice. Send them an order doubt ,she has go her mind this BIG COLORED PICNIC The office staff of the United
Brooklyn, N. Y. been quite spicy. However, the affair and be convinced that It I* the plan to and changed will by the States Hotel, this season, will consist of

-Mr. W. L. Thomas, of Valdosta, Oa., wound up to the satisfaction of both have job printing done. houBe-boat time; we probably In commission see Charles 11:, Hartwoll, secretary and private r,
Buckeye an
and ends well There will be a colored plcnlo on a bookkeeper F. C. King and A. D.
'all's well that
aid a visit to his sister, Mrs. E. 8. parties -Dr. W. J.. Ilughlett, of Cocoa, passed heretofore, with Mr. and Mrs. Snider and large scale In Titusvllle next ,Monday Cushing, room clerks; ; C. II. Baboock.oa ,

hey, of Titusvllle, on Wednesday.Dr. -Conductor I,. P. Deesz of the Titus- through here, Saturday last, en route to party on board. In connection with the A. M. E:. churches hler; Paul V. Roux, assistant cashier;

C. P. Platts, a member of the vllle-Sanford blanch of the F. E. C. Railway New York, where he will take a post- and colored Masonic lodge at various and A.. C. Coleman) post office clerk.

'hoot Board, from Fort Pierce, was In left here, Mondayr/or Fulton N. graduate course In medicine and surgery places on the East Coast. Excursion The above hotel I le now open for the season "
>wn a couple of days the first t of the Y., ,where he will spend a month or two in one of the largest hospitals of that MELBOURNE PLANS FORTHE will\ be run from Daytona and Sanford and our old friend Fred King I I.

eek. with his family. Conductor M. L. Hoover city. GLORIOUS FOURTH. and from all Intermediate point to Tltuvvllle. again doing the honor of the oluoe, a*

I -Mr. W. II. English, of Jacksonville\ , of Jacksonville, will occupy his place -Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hughes were the he bas done at Hotel Royal Polnclana
Mr. Deesz's vacation.At about
during of The exercise will commence Palm hunch, for several seasons past,
i recipients a pleasant surprise
of the McFarland Fruit Proteo-; very
anager I Last Monday evening a number of our the
o'clock In the afternoon
two on
Jon Co., has been In Titusville a couple the special school tax election party last evening. A party of their citizens met at the Melbourne Times New White Mountain Hotel.-In the
Coast
new grounds of the East Camp
held last Saturday 167 voted In favor of friends, taking a variety of refreshments i
[ this week. ,
days office to for a Fourth of July colored heart of the White Mountain ground
arrange Meeting Association, near town ;
school and 43: It. In their hospitable :
the tax an
special against spent enjoyable evening
I-Mr. W. }I, Woodward has moved his The vote by districts was. as follows : home. celebration. The following committeeswere and also In the evening at their hall.\! has Just been broken for one of the
Lmlly Into the Crabb residence on Main First district CO for tax'and 0) against : chosen to prepare the amusements Baseball and other game/ will\ be Indulged most IIp. o.rJllte and complete tourist
jieet" where he expects to make his Second l district, 60 fur tav and 30 against; -Mrs. George J.. Branning of West for the day: in. hot el* In America to be completed In

t me for the present, Third;district ,41 foe tax and 4 ; Palm Beach! who had been on a visit to .'Illaoce'-C: M, Horton C. II. Stew ---- -- 10o2: lays the Boston Transcript June M
against. relatives at Palatkaand DoLaud, stopped art A. J, Ooode. A (Jymim.luni fur Tltuivllle. llth Its location I I" upon ridge Jutting
I-The Blglow\ house and lot, situated -MrS: Bowden of Melbourne, says : off here a day or so with Mts. I. C. Yacht Knees :-It. W. Beaujean A. 'J. out Into he center of the beautifully

little south of Main street, was sold "Take out my ad., the boat Is sold. Mr. Brannlng on her way home the end of Qoode, S. M. Martin. green plateau traversed by the Ammo
ball been
A going
is week to 1\Ir..I. T. Tucker, through McBride of the same town, says: "Take last week. She was accompanied by her Program and Relrellbmenl'I-C. H. subscription paper of noosuo, with tbe Presidential Range on
the rounds this week for the
fttorney F. J. Webb. out my notice given: you last week, an a slster-in-law, Miss Edith Brannlng, a Olin W. 11. Halnllu J. U. Nicholson. to toward purpose n fund the east with !Mt. Washington In the

I-Mr. S. L. I.owry, of Tampa, agent man Is about to take my place." The resident of Tluisvlllo' but now. of Pal Blot do Races:-U. tS.t Sncdeker! W. B.llalolin collecting that Is being money raised go for the of center) the fine group of Ml*. Wlllard

Ir the Germanla Life Insurance Co., ADVOCATE certainly does the work and atka.MVe Chas. Cami>l>ell.Baseball buying building lot near the purpose Presbyterian Willey, Field and Tom In the south, the t1
with the results.Mr. -T. C. .N J. II. Baker /{ nOlle brook In the west and the
HIS in town part of Monday and Tues- advertisers are pleased want to draw the attention of : Nicholson chinch, upon which to erect a Range ,
when lie for our numerous reader the East ,, K. C. Root.FireworksW. I Deception and Dartmouth Range on tbe
left along
y, Daytona. L. Bale, salesman for Mr. Julius irymnHslum, library and rending room.It .
: It. Jackson J. II. I north. The Southern end of the building
Coast and the In ,
state
throughout
Kline expects to leave here In a day or gen Is, we undetstaud, meeting with much
I Mr 'I' B. of this place who
Wilson Baker Clues, Martin. look ilireotly Into Crawford Notch. The
oral to the advts. of the live and ,
for Palatka where he has accepted a energetic success, .III'. Henry M. FlMglef kindly I
1 now residing at; Derby Conn, writes so business Ball:-C. M. Beaujean O. Df. Phillips, northerly (or dining-room) wing command
men who are bidding fora
In the goods store of his donated *:20O towards the building fund.
dry
( the effect that lie Is much pleasedth position
,
?. It. Nicholson the Jefferson Notch The western
that and Its brother-in-law, who Is III. Mr. and Mr. share of your patronage in the columns Who will\ help It out with a few more
} town people.: Everybody welcome. Come and join wing see the sunset through the Fabyin
m
of the
ADVOCATE. If are In need
Bale have not been In town long but you dollars Where I I. Mr. Carnaglefloot
-Mr. and Mrs. J. E. InKraham/: of St.iigusllne nevertheless', they have already made a of any particular line of goods, the pink us In the celebration of the Nation'sbirthday. Pan*. From one hundred and twenty-
It I I. hoped we can, furnish al elifht rooms the occupant can see the
the southbound will tell the best to
were among friends who to paper you place buy .
great: many are sorry ( Kluhlnn.Finning
detailed little trains shoe Mt. Washington.
nextweek. ly creeping' up
Jusenjzers on last Friday aftel'Dooo'sIn learn they are about to leave Tltimvllle. them. Head the ads. program .

en route to Dade county for a few .!Mr. Pierre Brannlng, a former resident Judge A. 1>. Penney ball sold his : In Indian River from the The hotels I to be four stories high *xoluilve

Jys. of Titusvllle for many years Is land at LaGrange, Fla., to Juno Gilbert. P. C. C'S. MEET. wharf of the Indian River hotel Tltu- of the foundation story and the

Cashier C. S. Schuylerjof, the Indian again in town-this time studying law Confidence In Florida sand Is being: re- vllle, I III reported to be ery' good: 1 of Jate, towers. '1'bewest.r frontage 4110) feet,

JverState Bank, Tit uHvllle\ after spend.a In the office of Mr. Ueo. Robbins, Htoird, and if we have no disastrous The Progressive Culture Club met at with hook and line; Some of the Irln.clpal and the easterly fiontngelull feet.'while

we. k ..r HO at Jensen returned her, with the object of being admitted to the backaets. In the future, real estat.will their room, In the Indian River hotel, calcliflt of fine trout, this week, the extreme center length of the bnlld- y

[ Sunday and again left, for Jensen on Florida bar. Pierre Is a very energetic be an much sought after as heretofore. Tllusvllle Fla., June ll\ 11)01 with have bean Dr. E. E. Rollins, Cat; W. (I. Infl, exclusive of wing/: will be 017: feet.

odnexday afternoon.Mrs. young man, and Is bound to succeed. But we hope the mistake will never 11 member present. Meeting; ", .called Wlnans, Capt. M. I.. Hoover, and C. D. Tbe music' hall and ballroom I la 113 feet

A. K. Wilson left, Sunday on Some time ago he won a scholarship Ina again/: be made of asking three times to order by the president. Roll call was CI\I-8. They have hauled In some beau- by 72, and the rotunda 137 by 1(14.( The

ow week*' visit to her parents, Mr. and Tennessee college, and came out with the amount for land It I la really worth. responded to by quotations from Chaucer, tie'* this week. dining; ,room, Hti feet by 8''), will seat
Fla.- honors. He then Demand gee tie fair price, and encourageNotice ,the subject of the hundred people. Besides this. there
s. J. 8. Stewart, at Standard, 133
people to among n*. Insurance bft t beautifully decorated banquet
a
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taping at New /Smyrna, en route for a I successful xbarluttTeo eeeleeaNomhe were read /and approved.tales ell Place Your With The standard size for double room I III :
ted to the Robblns
's visit with Mrs. T. B. Seals.Mr. Mr. M, A member
will\ soon work himself Into the Florida of the club and thanked for a liberal The Mutual Life Insurance ft. din by 20ft.> although a large number '
Henry M. Flagler, accompanied bar so that he can practice law In this donation. Celo Now are loft llm. by :20ft. and 18ft. 2ln. by

his private secretary Mr. J. C. Salter; state. Boys of energy and pei severance TITUSVILLE:, FLA., June 10, 1001.I Mrs. Itolllns was elected librarian. York.VIiyV JVft., find there are four suite each hav-

I stenographer/: Boyce eke who hen are the ones to succeed. Success to you, wish the public to know that I have Mr*. Blown read an Interesting sketchof 1.1 Because It I Is tLe-oldest company In leg one room 21ft Din. by, 82ft., with two
at Palm Beach during past sjxnths Pierre. sold out my photograph business and all tbe life of Ueoffry rhaucer. Time America. alcove for ,lied, and connecting; wills
| or "J, are now In New York. F. who from English; history the two rooms Inft Oln by :20ft., one on
my negative to Major Taylor, secretary read 2. Because. It could buy out any other
The Indian River Band left herein S3f Vfe would esteem the favor If onr will carry It on In the flJtul lt. In our principal historical events during the life company lock stock and barrel and either side Every suite has private bath,

('onll. Tuesday evening, for the .resi-! readers, when writing or calling upon clone association. of the past few months of Cbaucer. Chuncer's poetic style was have: million dollar left. all also have over /half Individual single
room. In the two big tower. are d
ce of Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones our advertiser to purchase merchandise I feel confident that I can recommendhim ably presented by Mlsspladwln, a* was 3. Because its premiums ale less than
iwentytninerooms; with ton bath. In i.
Sunbeam, where they serenaded the etc., would mention the ADVOCATE. to my heretofore patrons sea careful his French period! by Miss Wright Mr. any rival company the foundation located the bll-
:
are
My-nurrled couple-Mr. and Mrs. J. and conscientious workman, who Kolllu uppllmenfed absent parts The I. Because It guarantee more In cash story
ones. The band was well supplied will\ endeavor to please and do satisfactory reading of Canterbury: Tale was then for your policy If you want to sell It lard-room,clubroom, bicycle-room gun
h refreshments all who were DENTISTRY. will\ be at the Indian business, .. he has had severalyears' taken up. Subject for next meeting was after the 3rd year than any other room golf-club quarter .hnffle-boaids,
pent report a very enjoyable time. Hirer Hotel Tltiiitvllle\ on Monday experience In the art, and I III no then announced and program assigned.The . company. and a large and fullye-qulpped. children'splayroom

next. the :24th Instant and remain until ' novice. I am also confident you will meeting then adjourned. 5. B cau4| It will lend you more money The wlmrnlng-poot adjoin

F. RAPID CALKER Is what every the :2Slh' to attend to anyone who hold him In a* high regard as you have MBS. M. F, GOLDSMITH, on your policy after the 3rd year than the Bolf-lockor-room. The building I.I a*
nearly fireproof aa a frame building cane
need anything dune in line. been kind to of .
may my enough express myself Secretary.A other
cth need For any company i j
and boat builder
raan, Tile who this
made. I I.
> one bulling
K.M. MASOX Dentist. '
\If the of his
given opportunity proving 0. Because It refuses to Insure sickly
kle by Jas. Pritchard A !Son: Titus- 'I great castle In the mountain I I. Joseph '
worth. Yours truly, people, or Impaired live\ a* do some I
IHe Fla. Price $4 and $8 each.
17-20 W. M, WOODWABD.Testimonial. "FAKE" CONCERN.It other companies. : itlokney\ of New York. The managers
I"oyVanted.. are to be Me,,rs Anderson A Price, well-
._..:._ 7. Because It* dividend are ALWXT
'. known la eoooeo.lon with Hotel Ormond
Bicycle For Sale. -farm broken I la not often that this paper I Ie"taken greater than those of other companies. 10 Florida.
to
Wanted a quiet pony, In" by fake advertising schemes, but we 8. Because It ha paid to date, M: million \ . ,
<>r sale at a sacrifice, a $73.00 Columhalnlea all harness; guaranteed: sound, without James C. Wlgnall Boat Builder, No. 01ft acknowledge: the corn In tbe case of a dollar In dividends, more to pot-& -

'; Bicycle almost new. vice. State! age" height and Price, to Warren St., Kensington, Philadelphia. concern styling Itself the Empire Knit- Icy bolder than any other company. !>.._ In Tltiuvlll.

Box 41: "M., care of ADVOCATE Titusvllle Fla. J. O. Walton, Esq., Titusvllle, Fla. I Hong Mill* Co., of Fulton street, New D; Because Its assets. are million of dollar -

Stuart Fla. Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Machine York.' They not only got three week larger than the asset of any other The Cherokee Club gave dance In tbe

are In use In my boat>> abOrt and of an advertisement without pay, but company. Opera house last Thursday evening:, and f'
For Sale. Fox Terriers for Sale. are regarded a* an great; they (tot tbe good money of ourselves and 10. Because It* Income I Ie much larger on Friday evening It wa followed by another
utility. It eaves time and )labor and I I. quite a number our subscriber from than that of any other company.II. dAnce. Both dance were well at.

fo of the beat-launches on the East fox terrier for sale of great service In calking/ light: boat whom we have heard, and probably that Because It bas paid 10J million/ of tended. Prof. Koerger of Indlanola,
,
it. The SO foot doable pablo launch, Two English Jack: and Olll. Will sell very for where beauty of finish I.I desired and It of moy who have not advised on. This dollar more to policy holders in death supplied the mnalc.
lowing, ha* latest Improved, 10 II. fine dogs-- doe not bruise the seams like the old I I. the fleet time In many R year since we claim. clUb value, dividend, etc., On Wednesday night tbe Club gave

[array A Tregurtha engine, ha* fore $30 the pair. W. J. TUCKER method of calking.; I cheerfully recommend were *o vlctlmlzed-and .. trust It will than any other company. another dance and although the weather .
ana all complete. Fort ,Fla.r It a* well adapted to meet the ordinary be .hel..t time.fl government' *eeret 12. Because II I* a atrlotly Main*! company wa warm, It wa well attended. ,
Plaice trade. tbe track of tire Impost tor* and pollcy.bllre. eqlutablyIn
80 the fine 38 foot cabin launch requirements of the service I. on every ,
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niece ha 10 II P. Globe Yours truly, JA. C. WIOSALL. for using the mall for fraudulent purpose the profit .raed-bela. paid just and
x new r- As .an ,advertising medium no Mr. Wlgnair boat shone\ are adjoining *. Her**. hoping they'll !get them. exactly what hi*policy hs srn d-no Empty Barrel 11'Ia ,(

80 ODe '6 K. P. Old motor new.see paper on the East Coast can beat the Cramp' shlp-bnlldlngyards. Hel. balld- -West Palm Beach Sun. The ADVOCATE more no 1 lee*. -
bot>> and engine can be seen at ADVOCATE Give n* a trial ad.,., log the boat for toe men-of-war. that wa* not eaogbl by tbe above con CECIL WIUJOJT: J, W.. COSHER, For Ml*. Add res*, ..' '

[PETES NEMOS' BOAT YARD, and be convinced of the pink paper'. were built by IIessr Cramp fc Co. cern. We wrote for cash In advance<< General Agent Agent.: WALTER A. Moon. V '
TUosvllle, Fla. worth. 53 "For sale by Jas. Fritcburd: A Son. and got no reply. Jacksonville Fla. Eau Oallle, Fla.j. 8 George St., Charleston: S. C. 1i








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THE WEST POINT MILITARY PUNISHED THE PAINTINGS." HAIR ._ HANNE BROS.

,ACADEMY. They Violated Editor Storey Cmaa

pies Iron Kvtotsmd Were Ilaujccd. So manypcirsons 12W-IZ4S West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

o onumm I'ACATKA, Fl."., June 14(, J001.KiHlor "When we !went to Chicago to Uvo. ,
Just after the:are" snide, woman nlif
Katt Coant AJforate: has since returned to New York *we have hair Liquor and Wine Merchants

S1NEss. I take this method of giving nortec to furnished the .house with all that was thtat is ,

those young men in the Second Congressional necessary to make It attractive. One stubbornand

t" ) lllstilot l : of Florida who desire an winter my husband bought; a numberof -Oldest house In the city.-

r161wenf appointment to the United States Military paintings and after they bad bees dull.
1 placed properly wo Invited a clever Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis
Academy,at \Vest Point, that ..com.petltive Wholesale Beets
young woman -to come In and see the ,,
examination will be held at Pal. 'won't'hat's
collection
atVa.iFla., at fll/ a.m., Wednesday dune; that she wrote 4on't*or :Mr! mind Storey's telling news you OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSEL''. 1 F.$.

Ic & 11 tAAtuDtpmae..unAQAu 20( 1001. rrof.fVV. M. Holloway of Ala- paper, The Times.: She understood art the reason ? Hair trCall or send for Prices.Li9.RRY .

I +FJtl4I.aq al cbua; Adjutant-General W. A, Mao she;! had been reared In Boston and she needs ., ---
help just as :::
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lead:
studied abroad.
Williams) of 4t. Johns; and Col. B. T.

+ Will. of ISiadfoxd,"' have been requested "When the article on our collectionappeared anything else does at : : :: :: M.19.SON" cto Co.
% atta what was our horror to read tfmes. The
lallf. Gr a by me to act as aa examining committee.. roots .re

U.X:9u: nuatnaxi I shall appoint the young 'man winningfirst that each picture described had been'banged' quire feeding. When _Importers and Wholesale Dealers In-
by a man who 'made a specialty '
_. '._ .-r. pi ace.as thefnlnoipal cadet and the of putting up palutlngs. :My!. hair stops growing if

'young man winning;, second\ place as the husband was teased Into a fit of neuralgia loses Wines Liquors and Cigars
i
HIS FIRST RECOGNITION.
alternate. the
;, nextday by his Chicago its lust
lij 1; ..... Tnrnlnw Point In the Carver o.N..nle1U..T.borae. No ooo is eligible for tbls appointment! acquaintances expressed: their regret AYQIZ ,

liV i unless he |be an actual resident of the, that all his paintIngs bad been ter. It FcrX1ct.aJ.o P rc :El.yo.

The first reading of "The Scsrttt Second Congressional l District, and not executud. Of course the women beard looksdead.

Letter" ban born told In T. W. '1Ilgn / under 17 or over :31 years of age. lie 11 of It and th're118 I a giggle for blocks."I . hair instilled by Femdale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky: ,''lied I h

n glnxon's book of essays, "Contempo- must be of good moral character. Upon called upon the young woman heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration. Th, .food

I, raries." The reading was given (a application I will bo glad to send a War made from Boston and asked! bow she bad are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and are regard. ') th|
the author' dearest his wife. I such\ a blunder. She was In an visor for the of Invalids.
crltlo. outline medical faculty an superior to all other use
Department circular giving an agonized frame of mind and
n During: the retire winter when be was : protestedthat marks .
I In containing no wliateviFULL.
of quall oatlons. she didn't write It 'hanged.' I was FERNDALE EVE Is put up plain cases FOrn

dt! r at work by upon some the secret book anxiety.he seemed oppressed 1 regret not, having given longer notice aure she didn't. Then came the ex acts almost instantlyon QUARTS In each case, and dellvertd to you, all charges "prepaid, I' flat, ]

"There was a knot In bin. forehead but I have Just been requested by planation. A few weeks before there such hair. It lowing prices per cage:. .

all the time." said hire Hawthorne. the War Department to make my appointment bad been an execution In the ChicagoJail awakens new life in Ferndale A, 7 ;years old, 320. Ferndale, A A, 8% years old, $!. "

Finally one evening, he went to her by July Ill, so that the candidate and Mr. Storey's reporters wrote Ferndale, A A A, 10 years old, 420. Money refunded is not entirely onugtolMARRY ,
the Air the hair bulbs. The
that
man was 'hnng. !
Storey
and slid bat tie hind written something examination
may report for at West MASON cSc
was furious and Issued :: : co.
an order, so I
effect is
which be. would like to 'read aldu L Polot on July 25th, next.Konr.. astonishing.Your ,
The work nmouutcd to v readers and ,
1, till lie would like to read It. All that copy printers proof JACKSONVILLE, Fl,01IDA!
readers must- write and thicker: and alldandruff
set and <
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evening/ he read but aa the romance up _._ .. _. .
e wan unfinished at bedtime his. wife It you are troubled with that most uncomfortable read 'hanged' for 'bung.' The rule was is removed. ---- --- -- -- --- -- -
disease called piles, don't Inflexible. The '
who
made no comments!!!, knowing that he young woman *J And the
neglect It. Don't let the complaint get a wrote of our Collection! used the word'hung' originalcolor FOR $3.20.:
dlBlIked criticism until bad . .
heard
cue firm hold. the disease Is
the whole. V Every day neglected :- throughout her article and Mr. "_ of early life is
It grows: worse. Commence at once Storey's rule was enforced. But as Sent to us by Express, postofllce order or New York Exchange, de tip
The restored faded
next night be read again and to use 'fabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment ] to or '
long as we lived In send by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
Chicago we were you
now her suspeime grew BO unendurablethat the relllllla Immediate, and cure Infall- hair. This is
In the midst of a moving >ceno blo. Pride, 00 cents In bottles. Tubes 75 always known as 'that New York gray FOUR FULL QUARTS

she sank: from her low tool to the cents D, K, Wilson &; Son. family who had their paintings exe- always the case:

floor, pressed her hands to her ears 80 cuted.' "-New York Sun. .a.oo. bottle.' All druggists. !' Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

and declared that aha could not bear In a hurricane blowing miles an "i tiara used Ayer' Hair Vigor

to hear itHawthorne hour the pressure,on each square foot of FUNNY SPECTACLES. and am really astonished at theKowl

'. put down the manuscript surface l Is 31))( pounds. ..... Impromptu Howe That Ooeur In hair: from it has commit done iu<""keeping. It >* tha niy Calhoun Pure Rye 'Whiskey y yWe
i and looked at tier in amazement."Do best tonic I have tried and I
the Street of Paris-
t you really feel It so much?" be Mothers who would keep their children "Did you ever are a street fight In my shall friends.continue" to recommend It to ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (which will avoid all con
asked. "Then there must be something, In good: health should watch for the first IIAiTI.11oLT. .. ment) When you get it and tent It, If it Is not satisfactory, return it at OUR EXI'ENSE: u4
i In It." symptoms of worms and remove them France J" asked! an artist who had lately Sept 2 ,1808. Burlington, N. C, your (3.20 will be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey Is as Rood'\ as any (a 00 goods In the market.
returned from Paris. We are close at hand and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant houses A\a ben
"They are
The next day the manuscript was delivered with White's Cream Veimlfuge. Pit" been doing business in this city and at the same stand for over IB YEARS, and as to our KteoNBlBUJTY .
I to the publisher and on the 25,coots. 35. K. Wilson &; tSew" funny spectacles. I sow one once while ;you If .yon"pect4d An not front otitaln the all nss the of the benefit Hair! AND REPUTATION for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant Lure orti
editor of this
passing the Dal Bulller at midnight. Vigor,writs the Ihirtor utmut It. the paper.
3 following morning Mr. James T. Eelda, Two little Frenchmen walked along I In Da.J. 0.AV U.Lowell,Mats.FltEE . SOLOMON A-- LEVI, .
the publisher, appeared at the author's nd.Notec. , ,
1028 & 1930 First Avenue
front of me.engaged In conversation ,
loor. When he was admitted he caught The best paying fruit crop on the
A third little Frenchman ran up on tiptoe p O. Box No. 33. > BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
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Delaware
the little boy of the family In his arms peninsula In 1800 seems to
from behind somewhere and kicked
and asked "You splendid little fellow, have been the Kletfer pear < BLOOD and SKIN CUKE ,
the taller of the talkers between the NOTICE-We pay Eaiprsss Charges to all points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRFPSCOXPANY
do you know what a father you have?" The pros and cons of the Belgian ---'- ," but to points on lines of other Express Companies we prepay: only to points ohm
I lie bad sat all bare shoulder blades. lip went down with An Offer Proving Fultli. Southern Express Company transfers to said other Express Company
1 up night to read the Industry are appearing at a lively .
t a turned a somersault Into the
H ? manuscript; 'and bad panted out to rate lathe. agricultural press throughout cry and gutter Ulcers.-entingsores, cancer, scrofula,
Salem In the early morning. After his the country. lay there Itching skin, scabs and scale of eczema,
interview with the publisher Haw The Wisconsin station has experimented , "And Instantly! -how. I don't knowthat Relies and palm In bones, back or joints, O'S. :: :: A S. E LCtMI: : t3z C O .,|

', thorne came down stairs with a firm with rape as a feed for .sheep) street was full)) of hundreds' of lit syplillttK) blood poison, rotten gums and air a eta w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
Frenchmen, fighting and chattering cnronlo rheumatism: end) all obstinate
step and walked about his face Ilia- lambs and plan. The average gain of
and screeching. They dIJu't use their deep-seated blood troubles are quickly i
l{ mined by new hope and vigor. The lambs fattened' on rape \1'0.2% pounds'per flsta. They |'In PP"(,. scratched, pulled)) cared by: taking; a few large bottles of
world had found him out. Recognition head weekly. A pound of grain] whiskers: ,and hair 'a nil. above all. Botorlc Blood iialm. We challenge the
was at the door.FRANC per T mad dally Is the average amount kicked-kicked In the high French world for a case of blood disease that
L ted with the rape. Botonlo Blood Balm will not cure. The
I THE American apples shown at the Paris manner, not landing where we, Americana cures are permanent and not a patchingup. r4Uogs.r
L
L land but getting home on the .
la your blood thin? Skin pale? All .-- -p
exposition are reported to be vastly>u-i' face and neck and the back between
Parts of the on rundown( ? AM tired In the morning as
Ilrpobllo Are) a Much
.. perlor In both size and color to those of the shoulders. For five minutes bed?
Jermittt a. tbe .....rland. v when'you went to Pimples? Boils?
other nations. Our handsome red apple there I Swollen ? Catarrh !
The northern third of Franco and 1 was pandemonium and then as glands or joint ? PutrId -
half of baa no foreign equivalent. I suddenly as It had begun the brawl ''I breath? Eruptions? Sores In mouthor
r Belgium are today Teutonic
more
''Shade In summer will add to the] was over and the boulevard ,was still throat? If so, your blood Is bad.
than
the south of Germany. This
"' Blood Balm will make he blood
milk yield, and It tbls cannot be supplied again. pure
; should not occasion surprise .when we and rich heal the aches
wore, stop
i by trees It will pay to bul'.d an, "Hut afterward In all the boulevard every
remember the Incessant
downpour of and pains, build up the brokendownbody
i i Teutonic tribes during the whole historic open shed on high ground\ where the; cafes you found torn and bleeding and Invigorates the oM and weak.

1 period. It was a constant procession cows can obtain relief from the blazlnasummer Frenchmen, who leaned back limply In Botonlo Blood Balm, the only perfectblood I

of Goths from all point of the sun and where If there Is a, their chairs while their little ladyloves put,Itler made "Sold at drug stores

r OUlpuelr1'onks! Burgundlang and breeze they will get the benefit from it. wlpud daintily with their skirts the 1.00 per large bottle, Includlngcompleto
ii! L others. Southern Cultivator says one need i blood stains from the> faces of those directions. To prove our faith In Blood :
i, :, France was the not ,be afraid of Bermuda grass. AI A heroic scrappers. The little ladles wept Bnlm, a trial bottle In!given away to suf Four Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20.|
entirely overrun by
:
ferers. For free trial bottle address
good two horse plow and harrow'ID and murmured sweet ,
consoling things
Franks,,with the, exception of Brittany I December will get rid of It the little men seemed In the depth of; Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Ga Den'thealtate 6 of the same $4.5O. 12 of'the same $9.OO.
by the middle of the sixth century All but write at
I through the middle ages,this part of -_-..__-_.u.-__-._. u.-. _-._ -.m--.. despair! ; but It wasn't long before little trouble, and free personal once medical desotblng advice All goods are put up In plain boxes-no marks on the same to show content

f ; France was German In language and drinks were ordered and little cigarettes given. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures .Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.

customs da well. The very name' of lighted and everybody was gay when all else falls. Thoroughly tested .
the country la Teutonic. It has the, and happy again." Philadelphia for :tO years Over 3,000 voluntary testimonials -
ttecord. of cures using B. B. II. Sold by
I same origin as Frnnconla In southern
B. R. Wihion' & Son, druggists. 2-JjnneOl:
!
Germany In H12:: the council of Tours, Tho Coanterfelt Bill If You Have Not

away down south, ordained that every The average counterfeit bill show

( bishop should preach both In the Roroanlc better work ou the right hand side than Towers'' Hardware Co

and the Teutonic languages 'on the left More care Is taken to

e The Franks reserved their German make the work accurate because unless Found
1'l' l speech 400 years\ after tile conquest. a man Is left handed It Is custom 'a What t Yo Want./
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I Charltmagne was a Gecman. Ills
ary In counting a pile of bills to bold
courtiers were all Germans Ue lived t, the left ends down and turn up only
and governed from outside the limits the right ends. The assistant In tho For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look uto i|

V of modern France The Abbe, Sleyes city banks now reverses the process Fruit and Garden Lands along the '

;, uttered' on ethnological truism when, and ,turns the bills with his left hand. ...
lu the course of the French revolution, East CoastSettlers
No one needs to be told to to
he'crl try cure
,c d out against the French aristocracy ICI Newspaper
I a cough But any one will be glad to Rend .
1I "Let us send them back to be told of means of cure which will
(, their German marshes whence theycamel" be thorough and Dr. ?Pierce' George chaub, well-known German /"
r 1' lasting. citizen of New Lebanon, Ohio la a constant are flocking In but still there Is room. If yon |
London
; Express, Golden Medical Discovery i is medicine '
9- looking this
way drop a line to
reader of the Dayton Volkszeltnng. ,
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which can be confidently( reliedon I
lIe knows that his
alms to advertise
'I'll. Servant Problem la :Mexlee. to cure diseases of the of paper Vice-Preedent(
organs JAS. E. 3rd !
I II only the best In Its columns and INGRAJ-IAM ,
I "You. foreigners says A Mexican respiration. It cures obstinate, deep- when he saw Chamberlain's Pain Balm
l woman quoted by a correspondent of seated coughs, bronchitis and bleedingof advertised therein for lame back be did BLORIDA EAST ,COAST IVY,
I
I1 ; the Boston Transcript "are so silly else the will lungs.cure, and It cures the local,when physiciansays nothing not hesitate In buying a bottle oft it for '& 4' ST. AUGUSTINE I'1F

. with servants. You come here and ex. : "There is nothing more that his wife, who for eight weeks had suffered ._ =-<,
we
calm 'How awfully the Macleans can do." with the most terrible pains In her I
tt ', treat their servants! and then you give There (Is no alcohol In "Golden Medical back and could get no relief. lIe says : I -wwWH, yvy'vv'vvv yTyvw

them Iron beds and mattresses stuffed Discovery," and it is absolutely free "After using the Pain Balm for a few ,

I+ } with wool where with us they have from opium cocaine and all other narcotics. days my wife' said tome, 'I feel as though: Poultry Nettlng'at Factory prices Nine-
to lie down to steep on their straw . born anew, and before using the entire HERBINE.r
I mats as Is best for them. You think The dealer, tempted by the little more contents of the bottle the ubbearable I 12 In. 13 In. 24 In. 3(1( In. 43 in. CO ID.
/ pains had entirely' vanished sod she could Tenthsof
It nlce'to give them ribbons for their profit paid by lees meritorious medicines, take her household duties." and 72 in. wide. A large stock on hand.
again up He -
will sometimes try and sell a substitute
( I Lair and neck and some jot you put when the Discovery Is asked for. No In very thankful and hopes that all suffering Building Material Sash Doors Blinds :'
i } the women In corsets and make them substitute medicine wilt' satisfy the sick likewise\ will hear of her wonderful Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

J wear caps and aprons! This turns the like "Golden Medical Discovery." It.. recovery. This valuable liniment Is for Paints and Oils. Cook Stoves. ,
J heads of the young women and they always helps. It almost always cures sale by all druggists and medicine dealers. all the

think they are real I senora (ladles) Two var .110. severe cough started on m. PLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION REGULATES the liver Stomach and Bowels, i ii
And grow Impudent That Is bow you and I WM also. bothered with catarrh writes Summer Excursion< Rates Tinware Agricultural Implements,
I Mr. P. Hkjod of Itanewood, Chluo Co., Minn.Pt PeopleSuffer Cleanses the Purifies the Blood,
,; System
I' .' poll our servants, who. when they get could not sleep nights, a* the cough was To Boston, Providence, New York Baltimore House Furnishings, Eta.
? angry with no, talk up loudly and say worse at eight I tried several cough .n medicines Washington; Old lolnt Comfort Write for prices before buying.
but to no avail, until ,
a I
''t I they will go and live ina foreign got so bad I could not ,breathe year.ago m'h now Ocean View, Virginia Beach and Ports- Opened with full stock at old stand. CURES Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation!
I ; family! .Ah you foreigner are,, so at$mea I then,. tried. Dr Pierces Jloldea Med month si offered by the Seaboard AirLine ::1S East Bay Street:!
teal Discovery AI1..lac eight bottles of from Stomach and Impaired DigestioaErerr
I t shortsighted. Soon you will see how Or. Hera's Ootdea Medical Discovery, and at Railway are especially attractive. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Foley's a ]
ill there are no more !good loyal old fashioned the. same time to in hens ffege's Cstarrh Remedy From Jaeksonvllle-147.30 to Boston and
I am a well man. thank Ur Pierce for my Providence; $43.30! to New York *:I0.:-JO
) servants You pet a race which good health, and will recommend his medicines ; and DiseasedLiven Bottle Guaranteed to She Satisfaction.
y needs flrronesa and u one suffering from the troubled to Balli ; to Washington $3J: Honey Tar .
discipline, real any: same Pont Zac351: :>EJOTOZOx.m _. sx.zDOB161: :
kindness not Dr. Pierce's PUeunnt.Pellets .20 to Old Comfort Ocean View, beats longs and stops the cough.
pampering. cure
CIOQ6
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t Virginia Beach and Portsmouth sod re l Prioe, BO Centsw.
stipation. -
} I I 1 turn. Tickets sale dally, !good returning WANTED-Trustworthy: own and women to ..
: { If the stomach performs Its function up to Oct. Slat, 1901. These excursion travel aDd advertise for old Mtabllshml bonsa Prepared by JAMES F. BALLARO. SL Louis Mo
I t v actively and regularly, the food of which On Your Way Home rates apply? Portsmouth and of solid ttunoial standing. Salary: f tee a year

t/! \ It Is the receptacle, Is transformed Into Stop at Camden 8. C., Southern Pines steamer only' SlmU.rate. from other and log( "expeases.'tw-'. Olr all payable references In OMh and.DoI.Vo c........selfaddrassed ....
blood of a nourishing quality, which furnishes and Plnehurst, N. C. Call at city ticket Florida points. Two dally trains between stamped envelop Address Manager-
t vigor sid warmth to the whole omoe of the Seaboard Air Line Railway Florida points and Portsmouth; morningand S5S Cuton tlWg.Chicago. wag Fine Job Work '
body. Herbln gives tune to the stomach 203 West Day street, Jacksonville, for evening departure from Jacksonville.\ Quickly Execute e

i ;, and promotes digestion and assimilation. Information regarding elegant hotel For any laforaaClan write A. O. Mac- BANNER SALVE.li .
k Price 6Qct.Vll oll & Son. accommodations Donnefl, A. 0. P. A., Jacksonville Plat.v .
| .meet healing salve In the world. AT THE!: ADVOCATE OFFICE. _



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CANCER ---- "

EO. Si. BOBBINS Dead. First 1.'..il br. SaJT......, Are. : 1
G Still In Voata.
Sufferers from this horrible malady
1tL
Honda certainly the moat ancient! a
ATTORNEY AND are =
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COUNSELOR nearly always inherit it-not necessarily
of all forms of the bedecking of toe
from the but be from
AT-LA.W. parents, may some i,.
remote ancestor for Cancer often run body unless. we except tho field and Toastingbroiling i

Will practice In State and United States through several generations. This deadly forest blossoms. '

Court. poison may lay dormant in the blood for Nobody knows who first Invented :; I \ .

Office at TITUSVILLS year, or until you reach middle life then beads. Perhaps It': was some primitive baking ironing
FLA.
the first little sore or ulcer makes its appearance savage ,who found nuts or oak balls

-or a swollen gland in the the wood
In the forest by worm
D L. QAULDKN breast, or some other part of the body, and, threaded drilled them together on a stalk anything: that can be done with a wood or coal fire is done :
the first
gives warning.To .
ATTQRNEYA -LAW cure Cancer thoroughly and permanently of grass. Anything and everything better cheaper and quicker on a Y I;

all the poisonous virus must be with a hole In It nerved) at the beginning .

t Will Florida! practice,and 'In the all United the Courts States Court.of the. State eliminated from the blood-every veatag for beads-cowrie shells, fish

1.O Box,838. TITU8VILL1C >f it driven out. This S. S. S. doe, and teeth, claws of beasts, striped and W'ICKLESS
JXA. is the only medicine that can reach nee?- spotted seeds and the like. But the i.

Money to Loan., 18 seated obstinate blood troubles like this. i great age of beads began with the In- I
When all the poison has been forced out II
vention of glass and the Egyptians I
J. WEBB, of the the Cancer heals and th
F system ,
disease never returns. Carthaginians and Phoenicians generally Blue 1 i
were skilled craftsmen at bead- j
Cancer in small tb
ATTORXEr-AT-LAW begins a way aa
following letter from :Mr*. Shirer shows: making. Their methods w're.much. ,
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th amall pimple came on my law.about an Inch the same as may be seen today In J, FlameHeat through-j

Ciroult Taxes paid for non-residents below the ear on the left.doe my face. It(at* Venice or any other chief seat of the
and rents and accounts mat no pain or inconvenetnee i
collected.
and should have is not diffused
forgotten about It had It '" art.It
lTrrusvu.i.18 .
would astonish
FKOBIDA.I : not to inflameandKchj many new wearersof
begun out the house-there is no I Ii ,
Tt would bleed a beads to learn bow Immense Is their h
little, then ec b over,bat smell soot or danger and the
A D. PENNEY, continued for some time, tribution. Venice alone has long been expense of operating is nomi :

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW well when, my becoming Jaw began very'painful. to accustomed to send forth every ten I nal. Made in many sizes; I I I .
The Cancer be- years 320,000 quintals of beads, worth I

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. fan until to it was eat aa and large apread.a*a 05,000 lire and In many otber spotsa sold 1; wherever stoves are sold. 6 jl jlIf

half dollar,when(heard steady manufacture Is always proceeding your dealer does not have t I fI I III!III I qj'qj'j' //j I I
Will .
| practice in all the courts of the 7th of 8.8. S. and determined to supply the insatiable demands
to glTe it a fairlrial, I it write to'nearest of h I
agency :
Judicial Circuit. and it was letnarkable .. of Zanzibar. The dusky belle ,rp
what wonderfutefeet 9 Z".
a !
It bad from the very beginning j the aora began t. I must have ber ornaments substantial STANDARD OILCOMPANY .
ORGAN & Deal and after taking few bottle disappeared I since they will pass through many a .. .. "' I
M LYNCH entirely. Tbiawai two years...f thetaareatlll rude proof In. cave and kraal. And r
no sign of the Cancer!.and any general h..U.DtlD"Soo4. J
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.MB*' K.esiasa. La I'lat.J Mo your well made Venetian bead will
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE is the greatest of all practically last forever, unchanged. In I ij;1

Loans Notary Public. blood. purifiers and the !beauty. There must be plenty of beads r.
.
S i
only on* guaranteed worn at this day In Africa which wereleft .. _._ .__. .. :
Collections _._ ____ .______ --
Type wilting, Stenography purely vegetable. Send '" -------------- -- ---- h -
there the traders Solomon .
by of King 1---
for our free book on 1I
TITU8VILLE. FLA. Cancer; containing valuable and interesting who trafficked to Ophlr. or those I CRUSTED PORT. ) DISEASES

; information about this disease and more daring mariners of Tyre and SI-
I/-'EO. A. WORLEY write our physicians about; your case W don who sailed for trade to the land flow the App..r..... of Age '. !...

make no charge for medical advice. of'Punt and perhaps even to the Zambezi parted la This Beverage. g

ATTORNEY-AT-LAWW. INK SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. OA river.-London Mall.A If the lovers of "old crusted port" are the most fatal of all d s-

General practice In State and Federal were aware of the tuauucr In ,which 0 0 Tyt easel I

Courts. All business entrusted will Brief ....tto.. Rat Showed Him MI... their much admired trust frequently Is

receive prompt attention. Hogs relish a moist diet better than The action of a rat led N. R. Ingolds- produced, they certainly would bw less CURE Is I

eneral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate a. dry one and the Oregon station finds by to the'dlscovery of a rich gold mineIn disposed to take lit) fallacious a standard t* FOL8uaraa

Miami. that they give better returns for tbe Arizona. lie named the property as a test of excellence The tricksof r bt' std Riofidj

MIAMI .. FLORIPA. tame food fed after soaking.a few the Rat Hole mine. f the trade are vividly exposed! In the .

hours tha.n' when fed dry. Soaking Mr. IngokUby had been spending several following notice, taken from the proceedings lI l// or money refunded. Contains

I JAMES ANDREWS grain from 12 to 24 hours pays well months near Mammoth on the of the London Chemical society IliC.farmer's remedies recognized by eminent

for tbe extra trouble In preparing the San Pedro river In Arizona. Ills purpose respecting the composition of certain .
ATTORNE ,A W. was to enjoy the hunting and kinds of green or bottle glass physicians as the best for

Jain office and postofflce address, TITUS- food.While tbe Injury to the cotton crop make a'collection bf the animals and Some green glass bottles had been Kidney and Bladder troubles.

VILLE. Branch office at FORT PumCE.j'08eolltlnt' minerals of the southwest. HP pitched submitted to Mr. Warrlngton of Apoth .1
will work to the disadvantage of many l PRICE SOc. and $'. .
[ > his tent In tbe canyon of tbo-Sau Pedro ocarles' ball for exiimlimtlou on the
Attorney for Brevard Co. Individual planters tbe total amount 1 r
received for In the Santa Cntnrluu mountains. ground of their having, Imparted a bad 11. It. \WILSON' SON.
Notary Public State at next season's crop prom-
Large. lees to be very large and.Irf addition lie bad no neighbors and was for along flavor to the wine contained In them. Foesll'I' I

time unable to Account for the On Inspection they weir found to have WANTED-Tntatwnnh' men mod woman to ..
E. FOOTER to this, tbe south as a whole, baa pro. / travel. (nil. ilvurtlna far ol STEPUEN Juced tbe largest crop of wheat Id Its disappearance of small articles that the Inner surface rough uud OP'u'IUl" solid nimni'UI lUtnillnK.. Knlary: (THO a year and
he left lying about his camp. At last and to be readily acted upon by tartaric .x|>.inmi., nil imyftlil In ",,"h.o o.nvi.liiK
ATTORNEY AT LAW history says Farm and Home. are weeds." Unless f r"'I".I.. 01".....t.""...",. and .,,"10_ Pelt et..lreaMll .
he noticed that when anything Wall acid. A comparative analysis of .. ...
The average yield last year In one they are kept down nti>iiiifMl| mivnlope.' .Ad.I. Manager,
Rooms 420 and 433: Gardner Building taken something was left In Its plpce. tbe glass of these bottles with other 8M f..um KlilK.,LblimKO.: H.UK
of the sections of Texas where the they divert the nu ,
N
This was usually a bit of stone or I green glass showed that a large preponderance
trition which the
JACKSONVILLE FLA. new rice growing by flooding has been $y" Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto
wood. Tbe culprit be found to be a of bases especially lime ail provides from Ir 1
established was, according to a Farm the name-aud-date slip pasted upon
large rodent of tbe species known as bad been .employed their fabilcntlon. the .
and Ranch writer ten Back per acre. your paper or wrapper. If you are In
GEORGE| W. ALLEN, which sold for an average, price of the trading rat. The habits of the A few of the,, objectionable bottles ductiveness. arrears, please" remit.
animal made ao Interesting study for were then Oiled with dilute sulphuricacid Diseases are to the body what weedsare "
ATTORNEY AT.LAW |2.DO per sack. As one man can culti- '
!Mr. Ingoldsby. and he often lay awake,, and placed aside After the lapse to the oll. They divert the nutri- The Indian River Jteal Estate
Car Wissr ., vate 100 acres of rice even this yield tion which I I. neceuary to sound health
FLORIDA.
at night. to watch for his visitor. of a fortnight the bottles cracked and I
to be than and the instead of linn for Bale
Will appears a more paying crop body being strong Agency
practice In the United States A silver spoon was missing one mornIng tho fluid escaped, and upon examination I and
exiitence.
hardy
|nd State cotton. drags out a sickly
Courts. 9jun9Sf and In Its was a piece of they were found to be Incrusted
place
Any time from July 1 to Aug. 10 or When the stomach is diseased, and the Unimproved lands from $2.00 to$20.00
quartz carrying free gold. This still over the whole of their Inner surface other organ. of digestion and nutritionare per acre.
15 will do to plant the Early Triumph
T O. FRIES C. E. more excited Mr. Ingoldsby's curiosity with sulphate of lime to the thicknessof Involved with it, there is a conitnt 10 acre orange grove, near Tltusyllle, j

potato/ according to tile Georgia Cul- and. after several attempts, be.succeed a copper penny piece, the liberated loss of nutrition by the body. The tom- some trees beating KOO.)0.() '

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land tivator. The later the variety the ed In following the animal to Its home. silica being partly washed away In a ache and its allied organ are not able to S acre orange grove near Tltusvllle

legally surveyed and sub-divided. earlier It should be planted.It Near by was the ledge from which the gelatinous form and partly Inclosed In convert the food into nourishment and with 10 .aorea of land, some bearing
Mapping: neatly done. Estimates Is not In the cotton or In the oil hence the body and) its several l organ are I $0000(1.(
for gold bearing quartz bad been taken a crystalline mas
ill kinds of extracted from the seed that fertility deprived of the' neceiuary element of : Ol'an'llllQ'rovfl' and, pineapple farm at
engineering works. Dis Mr. lur; :>ldsb.v!. made an examination \Vnnlngton I stated Hint !tt (%on lderablf -
What I II known "weak"heart
rated lines a specialty. M lost but It la In the parting with vitality a* Mlooo, ftXgond( homing trees, with 1 acre
thorough enough to that bill quantity of wine lunl. !Leon, lx>t
prove "weak"
or lung, "weak" shed for (
riTDsviiiic the cottonseed cake or meal that loss I nerves pines, good dwelling IMKK(
,Bravard Co., FLORIDA. discovery wax of considerable value.-* beef In this Ilnll8.- one ni'i-i'lintit ulono mil other fontnof-caligtl weakness, are 80 sores of pine and Immmouk land for
occurs. It you feed the cake and Mexican Herald. i having I t to his knowledge, i-t;; -I 'd3Odozt'll. I generally caused by "weak" tomuch. orange and pined on 11, 11. south of 1

8 BURNHAM M. D. meal to dairy cows all the fertilitywill the rnanufiK''tuirr alleging thatIn When the stomach and the other organsof Sebastian River, 800.00 It

remain on the plantation and Moral Earet of Pistol Toting these "IniproM-d" liottlen-the trust digestion and nutrition are cured then louse and 4J. sores of land, beautiful

four cash receipts'will be twice as When a man carries a pistol constantly of port wine would form eurller and the other disease are cured with it. DieM *- river front :a miles of Eau Onlllo. $!MlO.

SURGEON and SPECIALIST large as would be the case If this slipping It Into bill pocket every adhere firmer to the glass", than In ordl ** which are caused l by a diseased 7 room cottage 10 acres of land, riverfront

Ear, Nose and Throat. byproduct was sold.' morning and taking/ out at night bottle condition of the stomach are cured at Oeorglnna. |70I).
nary
It la now reported that early Georgia feeling Its constant. against n________ ___ through the stomach Dr. Pierce'sGolden Apply at once to
VEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.rirginiaHomes. pressure Medical Piicpvery cure dlvrasesof I>. J-.. OAULOKW, Manager. I
peaches are likely to prove only about his person' these things tend to fiimllInrlze Alcohol vet Needed. the'Btonmch and Its awHoc-Uited organs Tltusvllle Fla.KERRY'S.

--- two-thirds of a full crop, being badly bill mInd with the Idea of killing For more than 15:'\ yearn I have pursued of digestion and nutrition. It cures ,

affected with rot. and lower his conception of the su my professional I work lu hospital. through the toinach diseases of heart

cri'duvKS of human life. What does a nnd private practice and while within lung. liver and other

A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. man carry a plwtol! turf To shoot someother thp bounds, of clrlllrntlnn: I have not creases. the activity of the blood-making .
t .*, so that the whole body 1* nour-
man with. The miserable thingIs found It Decennary to administer alco tlan. by an abundant supply of
pure I
You a Something' >ew Under Th. 8no." rondo expressly to kill human be- hol. I am not at nil prejudiced again rich in the bright red corpuscles on ,
learn all about Virginia Lands, Ings. It has no otber earthly purpose. Its . what
tine. Beyond nelentlliimillrnj| ( an of health.
Its All doctors have tried to cure Catarrh
resourced, products mode of cul What a hardening effect It must hare, f There i i. alcohol in Golden Medical 1
tlvatlon by the use of powders, acid gases, Inhnl- not Intlon"" I Is-long to 'no r.'ulperunt'eSociety no
price etc., by reading; the plant
,
Virginia Farmer. Send lOotn. ere and drug In paste form Their iJow- then upon tlit <-ouM<-lenoe and heart' ofa My: action I Is. I Mined. entirely Dliu-ovrry. and it contain neither ft you '

for A moathn subscription to the ders diy Jip the muouoim membrane, !lion who carries It constantly! in hispocket upon Hi-li-nllflc thought. observation. opium, cocaine nor any other narcotic.It you can't I
them crack and 1,10..1.Tbe and (lives In dally rontHct withIt i ill strictly a temperance nicilulne.Peritons chance-
Farmer Co., Emporia Va. causing to open and expt-ili-iice. I liclleve. Hint in mom r
powerful have entirely eilun away the same membranes to bill rnlad! Let us warn young
[AVE better rl'l.,1 and surgical
YOU SEEN TilE WALTON operations Pierce by letter/ ". All correittxjnilence -
makers have aimed
I hut their to t'
Rapid C'alkerf If mi'U and old ones not to carry pistol, more niiriTHHfully. without Addre
not call at the store and ointment performed strictly private. Vr, R.V. Pierce
while
of Ju. Prllchard & Son. Titusville. cure ranch, the dUo.ise.paste Ao old and cannot experienced and then you will avoid doing a rasbact. Its empiloyment.-Dr.. Charles Gilbert Buffalo, N. Y. .. '

It Is an article that should' he In tbe prnctltloneer who has for many .-Marietta (Ua.j Journal it.rl,. Clil.-ago. /
possession Stiff orod for Years
of and
yach every boatbullder gears made a close study ami specialty of You feel better at ogee after using Her $
from tllrn aD. Read the testimonials the treatment of CATAKKH, lia* at lout blue, you enjoy your food more and you B.atror. All Trade. *MT.lUu"l. |o yoti and your'Oolden MdIrtl v
fliat-cla boatbullder a treatment which when I.lth'lully nourishment and Invigorating When rtif extra heavy tax, was Imposed fHncovrry' !Is *o vrrt write ;. Row I'
perfected !get more Martin,of A tin, M. on Co..W...t vtrg lnl .at tut Largest
lined not only relieve at once, but force out of what you eat Hence Her on foreign spirits Imported Into I am at a tow to And word to capital my true The and Most Comntate -

permanently cure CATARRH by re. bind makes you strong. vigorous. and Went, Africa the region recently purchased frrllim, I hud setae for number of yrin I I Establishment South. I
with and
Shiest' trouble nilrlnctored
lung with
moving the cause, stopping the discharges cheerful. Price 60ct Wilson A Hon. by the English government specialist.t , but got no brltvr Thvn: decided t l
mid curing; all InfUmm itlnn. Ills the from to try IT- Plera'a. "Ool.lex Medical IXncov.ry.nrf CEO S. HACKER & SON
A the Royal Niger lb. :
Sample of one of tbe bent farm company filer
copy only remedy known to science that sotiiIIv u.lnir It I tlr] relieved I have ,
....
What Our Or. Coat. traders complained that these heavy all faith that U has wvefmy llf.
lepers published free, if you will send reaches the ntflicted parts. This Even week the country spends $22.. dues .I H"v.ones of mcdlcil book. and thiak
Interfered with tbe trade The lour
.
.
wonderful remedy I" kn< n a* HN'UP'FI.KSthe II a grand work
jour' name on a postal card, mentioning; OUAK\XrEKl CATARRH OOO.OIM for Intoxicating drinks. In colonial secretary replied that It was

f lie paper. CURE" and I I" old l at the extremely low I8OS the total cost of Intoxicating drink the Intention of the government to discourage To"lfLive,. Cured

price of One Dollar each package containing to i-onsumers In the United States was the drink traffic, as It nltl 8 t wa.I'.r/ from JornM liver for ov a
THE PLOWBOY Co., Internal and external" medicine $1.1X1.143.083. The total number orwhol..ah mat ply destroyed' all trade by. destroy wrtl.. Mr. Nora Willt....of WhratArld ,,

AtJant.G3. sufficient for a full month's treatmentand and t't'tsUllquol' dealers, die. log the IJOllnln lI..n.-lie* llvury Kitbards. Igapre Co' IlltU, Ind.and, rand then" could II.would not. cause..!..[,,me nor irealdlKtreM eat

everything necessary, to perfect use. tillers and rectifiers In the Doited Missionary to Kongo I tried "several d....".. but ."t no ,..
"SNUFK $" In the.only perfect CA. States during the same year was 217. lltl Wan advised" by a friend lo writ. to Drpl .
-
TARKII CURE ever maple and I. now "rce, which I did and In a few days I received i ia.

recognized as the only safe and positive 705. and In tbe the manufacture number of workmen and production engaged My little nn had an attack of whoop. a letter Lflrtrovery advising: anl:::r also to take hla 'hla P1eananl.olden Frheta.Medkat

YEARS cure fur that annoying and dlgustlng disease. In"cough and wu threat. ed with pneumonia After I had taken only half a bottle I waacreatl
BO
i, It cures all inflammation quickly of the raw material for the drink ; but for Chamberlain's. Cough Improved. I -'1.I..k thror bottle. of the
EXPERIENCEIAOC 'Golden .Medial) ifiarovery' and two vlalaof. the
of 18Wh..29U.OO6. The mount would have had .
supply Remedy serious
we a
and permanently and U also quick' tj rslleve 'pellrte' and thank to IJr Pierce and hlawondrrftil
1 IIA Y FEVERorcold In the HEAD. of foreign ......It.llnv..red In Americanhrewerles time of It. It also saved him from .... medicine, I am .. well a ever In my
CATARRH when neglected often lead Is $31".0.000.000. and dividend eral severe attacks of croop..-II.J,Htrlck* ... and feel that life la worth living after all. MANUFACTURERS OF
taut winter f look a cold which
aware re.
1 to COX3U\IPTION-'SNUFFLES':: will of $2. .OOIJ.OU q In gold are .nbuallZ]: .sent fadeD, editor World-Uerald Fair Haven.Wanli. ...,..... In pi.","*,.. Tongn can not tell what 1.u""d.
save yon If you use it ai once. It Is no abrnfld while the' total receipt of tbPgoveruhilent For sale by all druggists andmedicine . for two nlghl. and two day. could Doors Sash Blinds
,
remedy, but a complete treatment dealer. not move without II nearly killed" me. I told p
ordinary fromtlur Internal revenue mv hiwhand. f eo>ild. not endure another night olaufTertnci
which I* positively guaranteed to The weather. we ao cold stormy Me( skiing & Material
MARKS on liniiuiM wntfttllMMtrUNHl' / In 1807: : Building
cure CATARRH In any form or stage If DLsIaNsCOPYRIGHTS - - -- mllea to town but be bottle olbr.
got a
.+ Ac used According to the directions which this ofllc not later than, Wfdnewlays'! ; a aalratt; KmartWeed.... which" gaveme > < files A Waterooms. Xing opposite
: accompany each package. Don't delay Many women fall to digest their fond and when our columns art over-erowded rlnee" relief I can My that. for all pain I ,
I nli:HIT; mntn'w'in: :: rol'. mltri'wfeth.. ::.: anI but' send for It i6' oooe, and write fall and so become pale wallow. thin and preference will lie given those places ".. I have tried. 1C for It baa worked. like mavle. Cannon Street.
Ivmnern.p &ab'' Cotnumnlm. r. .
l heads bottle of the Mmart Weed In the
luitixirlutireonlMantlnL..., . lUndhonhon Palenu. particular. oondition, and you weak while tbe brightness, freshness and where we' have the largest number ofsubscribers. home all the time. I-eannot thank I>r. Nana Charleston] S. C.
I.it iu(
.lot notice, wMhout ch...... la the of this wonderful remedy regard- this by taking Herbloe after each I Sash Cord and (
wlthoutcont beyondthe meal to digest what have Constipation has almost countless con.sequences. Weights
eaten.
ntint Mm2rkan. lug roar case yon you If You Are Going North ,
.Dr.Picrce'a pleasant Pellets
"
vv regular price of SUFFI.F" the Price CO cents. B. R Wilson .t: Son. '
k . This ; lie cure constipation hmilaomoly' |lln>trat*<1 wa l T-area elrMl GUARANTEED CATARRU CURB mm.r me special excursion
...".I. .,f ane.....witUHo Journal. Term*,f.I a. Seat prepaid to any address the Uni- rate that are offered by tbe Seaboard quences. They should always be UMM!
.wt fmur '
:lliliii, montaa.L'Bold"r flew{ ted State or Canada on rrrelpt of 1. Some of our down-river readers have Air Line Railway to the principal reoorls with "Golden: Medical Discovery. when Window and Fancy Glasr

& Co.gBt6ro.dw.y' York. Address Dept. C 70S EDWIN B. GILES forgotten the fact that this office I. fully In tbe Carollnss, Virginia and the Kant, the MM of a ....U"* Is indicatr .

rranen ome..I23P8t.Wwhas.ton.D.aley's .C. A CO., 2U-3i; Market 3b> Philadelphia.When equipped to do all kinds of Job printing. nclndlng' Portsmouth, Old Point, W.*h- A SPECIALTY.

Advertising and job printing helps us to ngtno/ Baltimore Ne.York Pro"Mence."atoa -( ypu want good result*, you will
'
.Kidney Cure writing advertisers., .please publUb a newspaper worthy ol the East and Kuff.lf. Wrlt A. O. Mao.Donn'Il Gel tile Ar>vocATK ao excellent adver DYSPEPTICIDEr

kfdacYs and bladder rli'ht. mention the ADVOCATE. Coast and all we want Is a than of It. e A. G. P, A., Jacksonville Fla. timIng medium. TAo arMt.st aid to DIGS.STION.:

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{; I 4 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE JUNE 21, 1901. '
--
1.. President WM. M. BRowN, Vice
;
JAMES PnrrcnARn, Preeldett
' EAST COAST ADVOCATE FLORIDA TO THE FRONT. ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING.GUARANTEED C. 8. ScuurLKK, Cashier


r l The State tax of three mills is to INDIAN RIVER STATE BANS
"WBKKLY JOURNAL DEVOTKD TO TUB DRYa4 be reduced this year to two and
it OrMBNT: OW THB: INDIAN B1TBB, fcAM:
one-half mills. The Governor 1 Is
WORTH AND BIHOAYXC BAV BCTIO1CS.: FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 .YEARS. ,
heartily In favor of the reduction: COUNTY DEPOSITORY

} PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY and the State of Florida can well WITH NO EXPENSE, OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS. Authorized capital, SiOopQnl I
afford the decrease In taxes. This
Paid up capital, - $7ti,000: '
CHARLIES H. WALTpn, Editor )'u1>1I8ber. shows, in the first place, that FlorIda The Average deposits, $1 I 11 JO.ooo
is, and has been, blessed with Carder-Campbell Company
DUcontiuuance. of lvtn. meet. be made per. bonestand economical, State officers, ,
thU ollloe or by writing. .
I onally at Transacts a General
who have not been, and are not nowiri --- Banding
Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHARLE 01f1ce for the emoluments only;

,I H. WAL'roapublleher. buthavethe, real good of .the peo --southern' Bulling Agents for- Business,

pie constantly mind. Few Statescan WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL
Addrait all communication toa' show more faithful and honest ,. Largest andOldest Bank on (tie RIW |
a' EAST COAST ADVOCATE, officials than can Florida and of ROOFING. Cabot' Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Paint ,
.
#' 7 TITVSVIUB, FLORIDA. I fT s Exchange bought and sold on all h 'r0lg;,
this record we are justly proud.In v Works' Structural and Technical Paints. Countries.
- the second place; the reduction i
of Agriculture HIGH POINT GRANITE WORKS, BPARTANBURG; 8. C. e a Patronage appreciated. Prompt nen .
l V. JJepnrtiiient ? Iwlle
in taxes shows a good healthy, industrial b I F ., treatment,and every favor ooiidlBtani tttf t
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla.. condition. CRUSHED STONE, CURB BLOCK and BUILDING STONE. v orvative banking granted
dollars lt .' CORRESPONDENTSScalinanl
With twenty million of
The following is a comparative stato National Bank of Now > rt ,
frozen out In '\/5/ and }?" ,. ''rs '' National llank of Jacknonvllle, Fla EdTIrII
n, ment of temperature and rainfall for the orange groves SATURDAY'S ELECTION.The instructors, hence, It is a matter amCl

week ending Tuesday, June 18:, is lam the temporary withdrawal of capital ,.- for congratulation that this trouble TI, FLA..
I --1001-- -- as a consequence, Florida has,
be eliminated increase
an
full and complete canvass of may soon by -
MAX. MIN.
+ : MIN.
D"'TE.11 12 70 70 80 73 nevertheless' gradually forged to the returns show that in the election of salary, and the influx of

l I 13 78 09) 84 78 the front from sheer force of pluck t for a special school tax there superior .teachers. The vote 'by Settle the .
14 82 70 82 72 and natural resources. Left ale! districts stands follows First Au
l were, an even two hundred votes "" as : ,
15! 85 73 83 75! most entirely to themselves, the TRUNK
district 50 for 9 second
16 80 75 82 76 polled, with 157 for the tax and 43 against ;
natives and settlers of Florida
l' 17 84 75 84 73: went .against. The vote for a special tax district, 66 for, 30 against ; third :,
18 87 75 87 70 to work, restoring their wasted would have been almost unanimous district, 41 for, 4 against ; total for QUESTION

Total rainfall for the week:' 9.CO groves and engaging in such other if a mistake had not been marie as the special tax 157 ; total against
from normal rainfall for the industrial pursuits as would bring the
Departure to the trustees on the ticket. Some special tax 43.
week;' pins 8.07 Inches. Pepartor in some ready cash. The result ,of v w; By Getting one at
from normal rainfall since January 1, I' were under the impression that the
these side have
experiments
proved newly elected trustees would haveto PRESIDENT MCKINLEY has knocked
plus 11.48 Indies.HAL.. P. HABDIST, Observer. most gratifying to the State at large, be present at every meeting of the third term idea in the head, WE HAVE CANVASS GARDNER I | | \ '

-- Forced to do something', supplementary the Board, and would be entitledto by refusing to allow his name to be andWALLTRUNKS. KJ STEAMER Tilhl
until the groves could be reproduced mentioned' third candi-
JACKSONVILLE had another flm on Floridians made dit cov. impression their mileage is erroneous and per diem.in This date. Was as the a genial term Chauncey SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES Until July 1st]

the 17th of June, the 1rlodelo build eries that-were practically unsolved every
with the President in
only playing
particular, for the gentlemen who
The total
'consumed.
ing being previous to the freeze alluded
great him and
were elected Saturday will receive making come out announce,
loss of stock is about $35,000. to. It has only been in very recent I his position? (t seems as if the
no compensation whatever for their
Truly Jacksonville in having a hard years that tobacco has been found -HB SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
services, and thjgjir! presence before way was only being paved to openup ,
time of It. Hard fighting was required to be indigenous to Florida, soil!, the School Board will not be the road for Mark Hanna. The .
required -
to keep the flames from and that the finest .of '
quality.. cigar
Ilanna boom is but that
more than once a It now on,
year. Coke Brick Lime J
spreading. be almost Wood Coal Cement
wraps can grown any la,very gratifying; to know that the gentleman is yet to be heard from. ,
where throughout the State. The people of Brevard' are interested in We offer it as a mild suggestion '

THE orange trees are putting on money realized from} this'crop! the education of the children, and that few men 'would refuse the n"

a heavy new growth, and the recent alone, has gone far towards restorIng have shown such willingness to be plum, and Ilanna, doubtless, is not Vitrified, PavIng and Sidewalk'BrickOffices ......

fine rains have made them look unusually prosperity and bringing capitalists taxed a few extra mills in order to I. vastly different from the commonrun I

bouyant. A large crop Is back Into the fpld. Bu increase the school term and wipe of frail mortals. foot of IJogan Street,.JacVsonvllle, Florida. Telephone NTo.20i|
almost a certainty for next season, time and space would fail us if we
out the old debt. This special tax J. K. SIUNNERLTN, General Manager; .
for the groves are. heavily fruited should attempt to enumerate all will hardly befelt and!. in a few EVERY day the trains come from
and the rains will enable the treesto ou'r resources, for commerciallyusing -- -- -
: years the school terms will not the south end of the county loaded -- ----

hold their fruit well. that word in Its' broadest only be increased to nine months, with pineapples. The shippers are
sense-our fair State is making In need of hand, and & Baker
but the county will be In a positionto are exper MeMurray
-- TUB Illinois is now computed to unparalleled progress, and is taking pay the teachers better salaries, iencing some trouble in securing ,

be the fastest and most formidable tier place In ,the front rank of south and thus insure good instructors..] them. The crop will be good this

battleship in the world. Her trial ern States. The starvation salaries that have year, but if nothing prevents, the 44O West flay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.

showed a speed of 17.3U knots pert The State finances, above men. been paid to teachers in Brevard next season will\ show It tremendous Headquarters for-
'
]spur, and she answered to her helmIn tioned, shows the country to be Ina county, for the past few years, Increase_ o\'er-tbe one of 1901.If .
such that made the old healthy state, and if no unusually;
a way could hardly be Inviting to men Material Vehicles Harness
Wagon
"salts" happy.: Uncle Sam will\ soon beavy disaster overtakes us, we will and l women of l large: experience/as you are In search of bargains: Bicycles, ,
read the ADVOCATE columns
i yet become the banner State for carefully. ,
have a navy, that will rank with any and Sundries. I
great multiplicity Interests.; Of .
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in the world. : - --------- -r - --- -- - -
one thing we rejoice, and shall ever "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheel!|
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be thankful BY-THE-SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA.
t -our reverses ba"edriven
A FINE outline of the Windsor The Breakers at short,notice.
the calamity bowler out of (City Beautiful.)
hotel, that is to be, appeared In theFriday's .
the and his ----- - --
Issue of the TimesUnionand country, complainingvoice t Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier. -- -- -
Is heard no more in the land I New and to date hotel.
np- Accommodating guests. Overlooking the
Citizen.: When completed It Those who have stood by Florida Atlantic, Every room an outside room. Room with or without bath, single -tla I I. I \ WATCHES CLOCKS

will bean ornament to the city of In her dark days can be dependedupon or eQ, suite.; First-clnee system modern plumbing throughout the entire build- ., .-. ''f I, ,
u Jacksonville and a credit to the Ing. Twenth-eight bath houses with ston.e floor, provided with fresh water ,
State. The old Windsor was a popular now, and no returning pessimist .shower baths. Life line extending: four hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two Diamonds
can discourage who latest Improved life boats for to bathers at ; . ..Jewelry
those safety any potmible mishap, and for 11 '"
house and the will) :; ,
; new one 1 ;111111, l ,: ,
Ilshln oc
deep attention
have fought adversity for five years' sea Special will be paid to fishermen and (lulling parties ''C
doubtless be more so. and won under the pel'lIonalsupenldon of manager: The rellkers" hits been erected ;;M ,}5- _, a O Souvenir! Wedding Kings. and Present J

tiring Our people were never in, better class without service regard, and to it expense will be the to meet aim of the the demands management of those to retain who appreciate It as such.first- .M. 4 1!fPUtFOWaltham; \ _Watches, etc.

ARE of life? The spirits, and the State treasury was SEA:! FOOD A 81'ECIAI.TY-Opens July 1, 1001. Rates *8 to $12: per i t I\m1
great number of suicides throughout never in better condition than at week. Special to families and parties. Any further information, will be glady =i FINEWATCH and JEWELRY REPAlRIIGl!

the country within the past two this moment. What la to hinderus furnished( upon appplicatlon to O. A. PACETTI, Manager, -- Jo. I
weeks would Indicate that they are. CVPurnlahed cottages/ to rent In Seabreeze, Fla. A SPECIALTY.
i .Rae from rising in our strength and connection with lintel II. L. KOCHEIISPEKGKK Prop. Watch inspector tor Plant System, !and also for Jacksonville &' Southwestern B';.
In most cases money at the making Florida the commercial !
Spectacles and
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f" bottom of every trouble People pride of the fair South? If so % I
225 W. Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE. FU.
are living too fast, and those who much could be' accomplished ,in The Nation's

can not continue as they had be. days that tried men's souls, what "San Mateo" -- -

gun, seek to destroy their misery might we not expect in the; return. ,

by taking their lives. Ing tide of prosperity? "The lines Best CIgar
i
have fallen to us In pleasant places,

TilE Southern Industrial Convention yea, 'we have a goodly heritage.... .. It'tmt" tillJJ'loz'iclJt f ,
l
pR 4
j t that recently met in Philadelphia t >w >

.
''r has done much to help the -. Mail ders
WHY is it that our farmers are
p cause of Southern industries. Perhaps apparently indifferent about plant. Why buy imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with

e some of our northern friends Lug sugar cane? It can hardly be opium and other drugs, wberr you can have the pure FIOl'lrJa'leaf at a flve-cent
did know what price?
not a great; country
that the market is glutted with
f
lay south of them. The South was either syrup or sugar in fact thereIs FREE BY MAIL TO ANY! Box of 23. . . . . . . . . ....i.oc

shown to be the roost resourceful an actual demand for Florida ADDRESS.....J Boot so.; . . . . . . . ._ .i.7e
in the world and
even
country a
equint-eyed man can see that Dixie syrup, and every gallon of good S. WROWZ:: E '
syrup can be sold to our merchantsfor ,
t .p has an exceedingly bright future.,
forty cents gallon. This
per SAN MATEO, FLA.
-- would argue that there is more sure

SOME: person, as yet unknown to money, to the acre in sugar cane -+-. -- --

the public, has given $65,000 to the ban can be derived from any other ADVOCATE PRINTING

1 j John B. Stetson University, at De- farm product. And what better HOUSE. Best Material. Lowest Prices.QUICIEST

Land, for the construction ofa place can be found for the cultureof .

,, ; magnificent building for the law sugar cane than Turnbull ham. --vf- -/ i

department. The building will be mock which lies right around us? / ./

I, three stories high and will be con- Ve hope yet_to see, the time when SHIPMENTS.

structed out of brick and stucco. every foot of this fine and large v

President Forbes has not yet given body of hammock will be clearedfor Bond
the name of the liberal donor to the the cultivation of sugar cane. Lumber Co. Titusville.A .]

public but doubtless will at some ,
I
c future day. The University at De- Trial Order Will Convince.S. .
t Land now ranks with the great educational THE American sports are winning '
.
I 'I Institutions the South. all the laurels in Europe. In Eng- G VANLANDIXGHAM, Manager. Titusville, Fla.Tasury's

lund and France the unconventional -
I -
t Yanked lahowing the Europeanswhat
l TnE Florida Cotton Oil Mill has
they can do. Uncle Sam Is > Paints
f Are1ot Paints.
z been organized under the laws of Gheap
getting; ahead of the world in business -
Tennessee and will be located in r rrr rrrra Jd
sport and -everything else.
Jacksonville. It has a capital of
9100,000, and will prove a big lift But It Is economy to use them. Liquid Colors (ready for use) cost$1.50 per

to Jacksonville. The new Indus. SEWING machines to the numberof gallon...Railroad Colors (paste form) cost when mUed with oil *1.25 per

1 try will give employment to a large nearly three hundred have been gallon. For sale only by;

t number of people, and will not only distributed to the poor of Jacksonville c-E: : G-E F.
:P: .:DD7CSON
help the metropolis but will prove and still Mr. Hearst continues

a benefit to the State. Nothing to send them. These will go far LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. EAU GALLIC!:, FLORIDA.

I could please us more than) to see a towards mitigating the suffering

number of factories locate in Flor hat would otherwise prevail.
1 H. A.
+ % ida. Now who will be the first to HODGES....

I give us a factory for the manufacture THE: despatches announce that Manufacture of

of cotton goods? Does not General Cailles has surrendered to ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.
.
S Florida grow the finest variety of General Sumner with about 300 ROUGH .

Sea Island] cotton Let the mill men. Gen. Cailles is, practically, Fine Job Work Quickly ExecutedAT one AND contemplating DRESSED. . Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable C

I I 4 men come. There Is a fortune fort an outlaw and has been .offering sf part of Florida, woula do eheddlDg-eU to write plD4I&pple for or oraDjtes 01' balldllDI'1
hem in commonwealth. rewards for the pric.. The laW mills
our heads of Americans. at Buffalo Bluff, Dear Palatka the
THE ADVOCATE OFFICE. OD J.. T. X. W. Rl- Lumber delivered to
of the East
j part Coast.
j Address: H. A. DODGES, Buffalo BId, 1*_
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The new store-of George Paiks Is 1'VI.A..I.;t. '. ]8:8: <>5., G. T. BUNTING'S

rapidly nearing completion.]
Wholesale Dealers In Charlotte Street. North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Miss Nanny Parks attended the teach

er..' examination In Miami this week. GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,. -FOH YOUR

Mr. and Mrs. Bailey and daughter have ----------

returned to their plantation for.tbe ship Furniture Mattresses Pillows

ping season-and somebody Is happy.Mr. Corner West Bay and Julia Sfs., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.\ ,

Kltching; has sold his crop of pines ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
CITY
to
McComb & Co., of New York, whose PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS. '
agent la making this his headquarters.By ,

,EYE SPECIALIST, the'way, we all rejoice that we are We are headquarter for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas :I3ra.ckets.vvio..do"'VV: Shadelc,

[15 W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. BO soon to have a bank so near as Jensen. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of flay, Grain and Food. We want
The thousands will be ready for it very ;your Orangns and Vegetables. (Give us a trial and you will be pleased. AND FANCY CABINET WARE.N. .

soon.Mr. MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville Fa.1Ir ] .
,
West Palm Beach. .for Johns Eaton has&sold UcGlnninalsohlso the crop he managed n !: We onlyBell to Dealers. Undertaking Department entirely separate I

pines; In all aver 8,000 crates, for $1.05 a
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Ex-Mayor and )(rs. Whllldin left on crate. = 3 C3 et3 B a--c rt'.3 -C3 3 at j
tbe 7th for an extended trip to tile north, Mr. Hebner has sold his plantation to ATLANTIC BEACH.

|o return on onabout October 1st. Mr.manager Woodward, Mr. Ennls who,has as partner taken his In new the rc: H. ]I. LAUX & CO. 1 .

O. .C. Chllltngsworth, the popular place. t
koung attorney, has been absent for a Letters Products a Specialty. FOR THE. NEXT THIRTY DAYS $300 to $6CO.
received lends that
low days, attending to Important legal Dr. Is by say Orleans LOTS NEAR'PABLO, $2OO to #26O. I'
tatters In Miami. Ilaney slowly but surely regaining 211 Toydras St., New La.
hlr health at the home of his brother in '
Much to the regret of many who have Grand Rapids, Mich. I I II By Telegraph : I'I of the Florida East Coast

liad the pleasure of meeting Capt. Tuzo Mrs. Geo. is the NEW ORLEANS, June 10, 1001 Property Railway. i
snd daughter; la their departure on Wed. McPherson spending Specjal to ADVOCATE readers : I .

hesday morning; for their home In New Mr.summer McPherson with her will parents her In Georgia Pineapples : Selected Red Spanish to-day] 24s to :ells $2.50: to $;.1.50, I The moat popular .nMlcle resort in the South

ersey. We wishthem bon ando join as soon as according to quality and condition sold to fi.OO and 7.00.( Mangoes
voyage, the busy season is over : up i Lots fronting& the ocean and l>oulovnr now
early return to the East.Coast I and Alligator; Pears wanted

Now that. the real] estate boom has Mrs. K. W. Xuller has been called to Pineapples: we note some stock received shows the effect of, apparently offered for sale. Special prices for next 3O tlajei.Cou.ztlsin3. i1

billeted down Warren, Ohio, by the sudden serious illness ] too much rain-keeping qualities not good. As the less than car lot
Is pushing somewhat ahead. mercantile Two new business of her mother. She expects to I I freight rate Is but little more than carload lots to this city we advise shipment I : : : DB-cLCl: '::rttLdn.Agrt.: : ,

lery stores are to be opened the coming gn>- ; spend the summer there. In this way to us, for the present. Regular, dally shipments. Not I I 23 Jtogan street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA t

keek, and a dry goods firm Is said to be Our people are so busy these days that. too heavy. Alligator pears and Mangoes, we advise shipments now, not .
hold II J. LAUX & CO. ------ -- -- --- -- --- --- -- --- --- -- ---- -- -.
\ heavy so can
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up p
{Joking about for a favorable ]location news items are scarce, but you must __ j
know we are In the whirl and holdingour (g Eau Ga llie. Seven Years In Jled. r
Flag Day, Friday the 14th, was not a .2 &:t--I3.-.n-.g 3 1"3 t:
with
fceaerall observed, owing, probably, to It Jensen own and Eden.Pineapples our.enterprising neighbors "Will wonders ever cease!?" Inquire tho d
being a new custom. Dr. Iloughton ranp - friends of Mrs L. Pease, of Lawrence,

a triangle: of flags; from the Denton; are ripening rapidly now, Eden. I Melbourne. Lots of rain here lately Ken, They knew she had been unable to

Ind Saltair, the residence of Dr. and Mrs. and the quality Is excellent. We have Melbourne; will celebrate tho'Fourth I leave her boll In seven years on accountof

y. S. Burnham, was bright with many heard of no returns from our rival associations of July, Yacht race, oto. kidney and liver trouble,nervous prostration
ags. bat, If they do as well for us as Mrs. John Miller Is on the sick list. and /general dollllty; but, "Thrco
one commission house has done for Mr. OUODE .'11: OOODK._Real Estate and Loan W. H. Roescli'a now residence Is almost bottles of Electric Hitters enabled me to
The schooner rigged houee boat, Roclisteri Mrs.S. F. Webb gave; a very pleasant] Agent for Anna, London. and Liverpool and ready for its tenants. walk ale writes "and In three mouth
Taylor, there will not be much com ,
from Eau dinner ((lobe, rriniilonrD WttftlilnKtnn; Him and I'a-
Uallio commanded
'apt. Gleason, moored,at tbe dock by plaint; yet our growers expect better party last Saturday elHn Fire" Inmirani*!!. ftpvoinl attention paidto Alex] Near Is preparing to /go Into tjie I felt like a new person" Women suffering .
city things. Ellis who is favorite the Intervals of nou.ldeut.. from headache biicknohn nervousness
tor few Bradley, a great fishing business for the summer season. ,
with
a days' stay, a jolly family --- - --- - - ---
with the set has sleeplessness melancholy faintingand /
[arty aboard. We are always: glad to Mr. Ilebner has purchased a fine riverfront younger CA nLETON-op.m| the ;your round.I Im- The of Kau'Oftllle river ore ,
dizzy spells will (fllld] It
visit to his W. F. Wolfe. a priceless
vnlcome these from Mr. Kltcblng, and expects to uncle proudnh u| .pot to upend wlnt cruising to
piuties our eii lk rrrlr.rl. before lit his season of
tup fine winter residence before fall. high blittf overlooking blessing Try It. (Satisfaction is /guaranteed.
hores. Miss Beatrice Richards Is the T
Rumor area mo. ante. the to the present heavy r II. It. Wilson & Son. Only] 23otB:
says he expects to put out a large possessor of a bran new Rambler bicycle, FRANK HOUKBTHON Proprietor. rainfall '
The West Palm Beach band has
recently orange grove In tbe near future. He has u birthday gift from her father '
reorganized under an able leader, a tine !grove of twenty acres at Orange !fir'- Subset Iptlons for the ADVOOATK, The School'\ Election on Saturday last: Notice. .
Ind the ladies of the Free Reading Room City but wants to get away from danger The horse-flies, which have been worse the pink paper of the East Coast, will be passed oil quietly Ouly a dozen votes \
ave given them the use of tile club of frosts.Mrs.1aney. than we have seen them in many yoais, received at the Melbourne PostotUce. were polled, and all were In favor of the -
oom for their rehersals. They promise have vanished since the rainy season set tulle ritOl'KHTY OF THH': *M>KinA FISH
as State Supt. of Purity measure A luo Co actuated on Jmllitii Klvnr e'I.. .,
ood music for,the Fourth of July, and for the W. C. T. U. Is happy over the In. Lawyer W. I. Metoalf, of West Palm Thoo returned from business will l he.n.t ro the liluluiHt lilildor, for ciwli fat
:liter hope to resume their evening contorts ; E. A. Ireland lies; purchased a ten-acre Beach, was in town this week. Doyman a trio following! iilnon..siul ilntm iHumviUo
fact that the legislature passed their bill : l: :;: : :
In the park. the deServe trip on the Banana and Indian rivera .Inly itlinnil: Hill 1UOI.Krant .
tho and Surely boys raislig the age of protection for gills lot.from Mrs IS. Turner, and is having John] Henry, of Tltnsvllle, wns In town on Monday, and.r pol'II much rough July+ fail, IlKIIFort + .
support commendation of from 10 to 18 years of ago. This bill the same cleared, ready for planting this :Saturday: attending the election. weather oti the voyage Trn.nw.rr.orv.the Heron+ .Inly 1; :illli 11101.Thi .
flie public. fall. Hunt to reject any
had received endorsement of both our and .lilt bid, or roll. at prlvme pale 4tjull2
The Incessant downpour of the past U. S. senators ands representative, of II. W. Uessey came over from his St. Mayor K.: C. Graves, of Melbourne Captain Oeo. O. Uloasnn and party re- ,

l our days has made some of the streets several circuit judges: over 100 teachers Lncie River plantation, last Sunday In Beach, was Intown List: Saturday. turned I rom Miami I last week, leaving --,--- ---- ------y-J

almost Impassible, for the time being as well as the :State: Medical and Fiens his speedy launch, to call on his Kden Ernest Taylor, of Eau: Oallle, was the Capt. Bennett and I the houseboat Rochester NyrWK.-TII..1I whniii It tnsy flinmrnt:
,
| sltnr linn date. 1 lio-
at West Palm !lead,. will im
snd business generally has been rather Associations and several thousand citizens friends. of Goo. lust
guest Phillips 1'Mihvy. uhf nr HID HI u to nt Flurlilu, XIHIIIM a tax
lloiv. On Clematis avenue, opposite the from all classes of our people. There have been several] cases of'dysen A slight accident, happmiod to the ilonil b.. K. M "Hriirninn. for the fi>llowlne dew
ade County State Bank Dr. C. r. Plaits, of fort Pierce'was" In erilalllaudt.sl. It N |I'Rrt.' .if N>4 of StCS: ?, "Ho.I .
some in this which Is steamer which
wag putp place recently no llypnluxo on Tuesday
tery town last week visiting his filends., 9'rp I .Hfl, aa' U. 4ii K.: mintulnlnit. a1..sores.. Mild for 1
a sign with "No Fishing Here; Dan- Allen Halverson, of West Prairie,.WIs., doubt attributable to the stormy, damp was immliud by her engineer The,v"s. tnxcii ,'lulv II, I81KI, unl... KIHIII aiina, INI shown
erOlIIt" on it, and yet from newspaper says: "People] come ten miles to buy Fo- weather Miss Mamie TAylor, of Eau Halite, Is sol hnil/ to return from Itunyan. inn un or linrnm.dily. ', mh, T'.NH., why I uliullld nut

Reports our little town has not been as ley's Kldnev Cure," while J. A. Spero of Archdeacon B. F. Brown conducted divine In town visiting her friend, Miss Susie The steamer Kathlenn was on the ways l.ou(1'i.Vt.Midi ilnail.I anal i) this June A,Ttli A, ftlKWAItT, HIM. i

pnfoitun.ite as many others near by. Helmer, Ind., nays: "It Is the medical service at St. Paul's, on Sunday the Johnson.Mr. thin week having some slight; repairs lit .Clerk i>f('lrcu ie Court: Sreranl County,'Fls.

J. E. Inffralinm, 3rd vice-president of wonder,: of the ago." Wilson & Son. Otb, at 10:30:: a. m. There was a very and Mrs. L. O. Moore, of Rose- done on her hull, and also a .gonoralKQOiiiIng

|he F. E. O. R'y., and Mrs. Ingraham, good attendance.We land were the guests: of Mr. and Mrs. off to tbe part of the boat below nil! Vor Oivort-o.

carded their launch, Enterprise, Saturday Ankona.The are very glad the county load was John Goodo, last Hunday. the' water-line 1

for a trip up through the canal], and well before the Melbourne Is to havo
so cleared of weeds rainy going a big
floo. )K. Paddlson Is having brick
hen the Indian TUB: ciuctrtT! roi'iiT IN AND FOR IIRE-
on River. The
trip
up
weather set in. The weeds would have Fourth of July celebration.Heo\ notion and cement walk laid across bin line lot IN vend County, Klorlilit, 1
CBS planned to give Mrs. Ingraham a father and young brother of Mrs. been trees by this time. of same elsewhere In this Issue. on the Men: liillle rivet front. This will In Clmnoery.rraitnrlrk .
inch needed rest after her heroic) efforts ,
W. U. Robinson arrived from Jackson .T Webb, I
fco allovlate. tbe suffering of the Jackson Ga., about a week Amos Quito,B traveling\ musician, made Rain! ruin! Bow good] It Is to have bo u groat and substantial Improvement v A Kill for Divorce.Annla .

ville refuges! Mr. lograham's; home inpt. ago. his appearance In Our place last week. these rains during the waim summer. It to the already handsome grounds. It HiipKnitlnK K." WoMi. liy)till) Mil of one lalnntex.hlbited .

Augustine being lied with\ homeless Jobn'1'.' Hamilton of Jensen culled As our young people are very fund of cools the air' and helps the growing The steamer Canaveral Is Tltnsvlllo ,,".lllImlllt ...1.1 CSIIIIH, allil tli" nlllilurlt
hoopla, and daily trips to the Ore-swept on tbe ,tax payers recently with a petitIon dancing he will doubtless keep them crops. having/ some necessary Improvement of roniiilHlimnt/ .thnt the il.r..nilHnt Annie K,

Ity were made by Mrs. Ingrabam to in the,interest of better roads, which busy. A little girl came on the morning ol made to the hull. The steamer Hypo- and WctililKa+r.lilii"nuu, .Ut-wlt-ri .lil: In,nt Himrlmrmufli'\of HIM State of the Florliln Unl-.

sinister to the afllicted ones. Such: was very generally signed. Capt. E. It. Webster and wife sailed the 14th I nut., to the home of Mr and luxo lIon' the Banana mall route while toil, KhiKiloiii. of Iront Ililuin.

oble work needs no,eulogy.Ira John Waller returned home from a last week, In the schooner, Waif, for Miami Mrs. L. II. Wells, and they like her so the larger vessel on Nelson's ways. Now buforn you, the tile Judge said Annln or our K.Court Wnlih.On'4tt suit apt

surveying with Mr. Fries on the 15th, where the Captain ezpeoti to put well they_ want to keep her. P. A. McMillan has purchased the pest SATURDAY: AUOtTHT" 24TII A. I). IDni,

D. Reckard Duncombe Ia.,wrltell l and was pressed Into service' immediatelyat his vessel in dry dock for a thorough Mr. Willis E. Gerow, the Jovial Standard Eureka hotel property from the Trustee to answer sid l lilllof (ioinil| lntor a ilanrns pro.

'My little boy scalded his leg from the the packing 'housa'of? C. "Rowlin- overhauling.C. Oil agent: was In town on business of the Treutler estate, and will move his oimfe.Mt will liff entered ktfitliiat you and the 1

inee to tbe ankle.. I used Banner Salve eon. A. Robinson took pleasant party last Tuesday. While]ulI'e lie was a guest family from Banyan to Eau Oallle as aniiiplnlniint with his said!will aitiiHn)b., sllowril to p..I, ) es'I.arle

limed lately and In three week's time It Frank Karger of Carrollton, III., son- down to the Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club of the McBride cottage. soon as possible after some neno sary It I III furthor orilprail' t> st this lIollMO he pub.fl.hedintheEAa'rOoAW'fAIWICATEanow.l .
VRS almost entirely healed. I want to in-law of L. :b. Eldred, Is helping; to bar. meeting, on Saturday the 8th, In his cozy changes to the buildings. We ex tend K : ; .. h

fi'commend It to every family and advise vest the pineapple crop In which be Is launch, L. J. Sawyer and fanilly and of Hotel October.Carleton Mr.Is and closed until Robertsonwill the HUh hearty welcome to this estimable family, |elitlit mMir. ooniwimtiv pulihulinil In w..ok.milil. aiiunty. once a week for ,

hem to keep Banner Salve on hand as interested, being one of the owners of Miss Annie May Whipple being among, Mrs. and wish them every happiness la their W Itn... the lIollor.bl.. ;Minor *' .)<>nm, Jmlx
is a sure remedy for scalds or any the extensive field at that place. the number. spend about. three months north enjoying new home of .. ,'Court, smith* sral of unlit O.mrt >( the I
their well earned vacation. Court' Itdunn. .liiTUimvlllc, Florida, this lath dry
res. B. K. Wilson & Son. Mr.' Russell)), one of the heirs of the Dr. Mr. Oeo. A. Saeger entertained the of Jnn: "A. l>. IlKJl
Ankeney estate, baa been here for several Tea Club at St. Elmo, her lovely and picturesque Mr. George Hazlehurst] returned last QUICK RKLIEF )FOR ASTHMA. (('t.Ct. "Musi.) A. 8TBWAI1T, .
home Wedne fitti. week Nassau whore he ha been for 1\I11I8111au.le !i.l iiK Clerk of the Circuit: Court:
days. Ha Is located at the old An. on otenthe from\ Dickens, parsons, Ka* says!
White City. keney house, and Is preparing; to put the Mr. lioblnson took a party his sometime*. ills old friends are pleased "I sulimed. eight years with asthma In
old homestead In order once moie. launch, and others went In carriages. from to see him In Melbourne once more. Its wont form. I had several attacks Notice of re-:; m to Apply For 11

this place. All report a delightful aftei- had during the last year and wan not expected +
George: Peters, of Jensen, wan heren The daylight service of the freight noon. We think we have our Ihal'e of to live through thorn I began usingKoloy's Letter* 1'uteiit. It'
It has rained
dampness. at least
a visit Sunday. train, which gave the growers such sat once a and Tar and It ha. never
It tain now without the slightest pro- day for. about two weeks but now It hall Honey
,
George Abstein and family ale visiting isfaction tht"llrst week -of shipping, Is vocation. The wind starts over In the settled down to old time )Florida weather. failed to give Immediate relief Wilson'. OTrCK 11'1' IIIHlKHY nlVKX: THAT THE.Fiends .
is parents, up the State. now changeuw; usual summer schedule west, picks up a' pond.or two and simply IN Union T li>irraph 'relellutllo ('<.., .11
-which nine a long weary watch, -drop* them on us as It passes. We Our people are mourning over' the untimely Intend, apply to his 1 Excellency, William ,
George Beck Is home again, and Chris. after a long wewy day, for tho headlight, 'death of one of our' most prominent Viking. M. J..onliit| ., Oov.rnor ut .'lor/d.upco" the Dlith.
are glad we are living on high ground
; : day nl Juna I noil',fir an soon the..ner aa pro I
and also dotl
Jock family beret which often not reach here until or we would all need boats tied to our and enterprising. citizens, Mr. J II. y.-. tumble. for 'luttnri |t.t.nt upon, the, p''I'Ilal't

j P. Lorensen from Pablo Beach] ,Is here nearly daylight.Life . front porches, or have to swim out Phillips. See article elsewhere In this -v.Wa oration ana ninuiKlinmit' to Its .. t
having of rain lltaolia'l.
are plenty tPropcMUiil
Issue. now.
pr' a visit apd looking over the lands. Is one grand: sweet hustle these I.
Our pineapple growers are all as busy ilt" tlon anil nmnnilnKinl of tho- .
j Mr and Mrs. D. E. Austin of Jensen balmy days. In rain and on Sunday the as bees, in harvesting their fruit between )fr. and Mis.]\ Frank Robertson Mr. Mr. Klllngaen was In town last] week. ('I"orl..r tlia Florida Union Telograph l ) A! Tulatilione 6

las here last Sunday and report things pineapple doe not cease to grow and ripen showers. They regret very much the and Mrs. Llllle John left Ferguson last and little Messm. Olliboo and Vitsoit are shipping AinoiidaiiUiilmitK Cunii, any, AUTICMP 7 of the, Cli.: . 'it
laughter
vely with the pines. or the men to follow them up In change In tbe schedule of the freight Wednesday, ploes. Mr. tiinoon Is Imullntf Mr, of ."..1 unrpnratIon" mantlat laid. "I Ir.I: ". T I
mittens and leggings with wheel barrow for Chicago; where they expect to spend btwlt.AKtKIK.
] train, which does not reach here now until Ankcu)'. pines: to uls platform. will read follow. ". 1
Miss Clara Is home from De- and them the summer. :
Sogard
to
passing on busy
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wagons nine, ton, or eleven, p. m., or later- ; '. . liablUItv 'I
Tli highest mount r rt or
funlak Springs, where the graduatedom packers who manage to turn out many any old tI me. It Is very hard after work- A ]large rattlesnake was killed by the to whli'h.. IliU ('ur.. ......&1.." ran *> any time '
the State Normal School. a crate each day. Ing all day to sit on the platform and Half the world I la In darkness a* to the same train, a little south of here, the same subject)Is.ltleOnelhlndre.ITh.uandlhdlan. sIn

A tendered Miss feed mosquitoes half the night. cause of their UI health, and they doctor evening that Mr. Helsetli'a cow was WlrnuM whereof the riorlila Union' T 1.. "
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surprise party was for about everything except the right killed. Oompanv ha h.reto lint /M6sod
week Wm. Woodard ot Decatur la writes: lh.-.lr'i:: ;:: : : :
]last ,
rlzzle Bensen on birthday, We were going to,, suggest to the Jen- thing, and that Is the stomach.: Take Dr. Mr. Htrande's new home U nearing the lath day ut May loot
"I was troubled with kidney disease for
nJ a fine time reported with many pl'eta. KUmmA UNIOV TM.KORAPII: *:
that It when Kord's and
sea boys always wise Loyal Uyspeptlclde get
pre your
completion and we hear that Mr. Gibbon .
and
several years four one dollar size bottles rnrporat*Hual IKMCI'HOXK: !: : COMPANY.the
of Foley's Kidney Cure cured me. I paring to take a lady for a drive, to look stomach working right. Wilson: Hon. will soon build new homo. building/ Florida Union I lly 1).J..Ouulden, Hronldmit.Tnl. 1
over the running of the carriage and T.l.Co. ) and C. H.Walton, Hneralary
would recommend It to anyone who has gear ---------- the order of the day, as well all shipping
The lack of energy you feel, the back- and see If every thing I III in good; order,
pines.
kidney trouble. B. R.. Wilson & Son. A, Raging& IConrlntf Flood.
the and a run down condition generally but since one of our own boys went to
H I meaa kidney disorder. FoTey'o Kid- Jensen horseback, and was so absentmindeJ Washed down a telegraph line which We are sorry to note that Miss Martin I Sheriff Stle.U1Unn .

By Cure will restore your strength and Fort Pierce.Florrie as to walk home and ]leave his bari. C. Kills, of Lisbon, lB., had to re- has been having chills and fever' again.
Igor by making the kidneys well. Take horse think it better to waist In She wa sick with the same. while at
we keep mum. pair.Standing deep Icy water bovine school. We wish AND u? VIRTTB or AN EXECJ
> substitute.\ B. It. Wilson &:; Son. he writes "gave me a terrible cold and I teaching/ her a Issued. out of tin Circuit: Court of the
F. I Ilaymor,' of Ankona was a Last week' storm of three whole days cough./ It grew worse dally. Finally the speedy recovery. Hovontli JudlnisIClrcultof l Florida suit
duration was something so unusual for for Rr.v.rd ('.."nr.lo r..orol W. W, Kanron,
visitor In town Tuesday. l I.e..t. doctor In Oakland Neb. Sioux Teacher What I I. ]
pleasant "the land eternal sunshine and Hew: a peninsula? aa ...wlmlnUtratnr eto., and agaln Kidney Wilbur .
Roseland. ,. City and Omaha said I haJcomaumptlonand Vlggo-A peninsula I is a part of land i have levied upon and will sell I at pnblfoauitilon.
Miss Delia Michael, of Woodley, Is visiting ers" that a feeling of a took possession front of ill. ,
could not live. Then I began using nearly. drowned by water. Quite true In *Court House door In Tltu.Tlllo -
Mrs. Michael for few of of Inhabitant One Florida
a days.Pineapple. some our tiny durlnu the laical! hour of sale
Dr. New and about this of the
Discovery wa wholly
King' part country after the the
beard to that she I upon
"thoughtthe
IS. O. Boone and men have returned .a:.. :en'.t.i'.lD--: : : move from tot was say cured by six bottles." Positively guaranteed recent continuous, downpour. FIRST MONDAY IX: JULY 1301. K
Judgment day surely coming
pm Oak mil and resumed work oo thejldge this district quite a nuaioer are going and that she "told was her' mama that she for coughs cold and all throat Mr. Helseth I I. visiting at borne this to the highest and best bidder. for oaoh, the folInwinicdwiorllMil s
here. and lung troubles by B. K..Wilson &: Son. real ..tit. of the laid MdiMjrWllliiir.ltuau
now.Arthur l In Hravard amiI
< Florida,
I Mrs. F. Prange of Vero who was the Jennings ho just completed a Trial bottle free. Price &Oct and $1, ..... County,
: reading for she woa scared because the Mr. CopeUnd of Woodley, but be will ( riled. M fOllAW.}
test of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moor after nice residence on his newly .acquired sun bad not shone for three whole days." soon leave for Eden, where he will do Th. North H of the Southwest W of the oatbat -

jveral long wait for the recent late property.Dr. The Children's Day cervices which had Excursion 1 tat en to ..Buffalo.On some work for Mrs. Sounder. lie I III a Kant. 1 K,..of containing Motion 24 re: Town.blu acm.And South, HangaT JJ

Jas, continued her tilp to Melbourne C. P. Plaits paid TltusvIUe a visit, very busy man. onthlrd undivided mt re.t InaM of frac
| Mr. Moore' launch, the Erclldoune. Monday to attend tbe meeting of tbe heed postponed: on account of rainy account of the Pao-Amerlran Ex.poeltlon Hurtlon W Tuwn.blp 33 Hang Xtt
weather Interfering with rehearsal., were tbe Seaboard Air Lloe Railway Wept Bangor v.'tIe: In all 17 aorm .:::::.u'r: 1..*, wadstun
F. W.White, who I* shipping the pine- School Board. held Sunday, the Wtb, at the Congregational U A. O. Blanchard V. T.. '> the aonrotlon' front of the.horssection,
ticket from stations its :
selling on "I have been troubled with but not Imilndlnft the aeration In of aim
plea for of the non-resident says kidney front ,
some Tbe U. S. dredgeboat, Suwannee! 1* chapel and passed off very pleas '
line to Buffalo at very low excursion disease for tbe lost live Have doc southof U* 4. Hoot' m. ,
uwers, went to Micco tbe first of the now anchored off the Inlet, preparatoryto antly. The chapel was beautifully decorated rate This companyoffer' .* the choice ,.ear. And one-taut nuillnldwl 'Interest In LoU T4 t*
ek with Mr. Underwood in the lat- going to work. with potted plants and cat 'flow.er tored with several physician and I got M :Inolualv In til. .Joyn.rYlll. dlatrlut of Tltr.rule. .- )
the
of two routes, with fastest led most
no relief until I used two bottle of Ko- r
launch lumbert
bringing back some The Methodist Sunday School now *. most artistically arranged by the convenient schedules ever enjoyed to ley'. Kidney Care." Wilson A: Hon. ADd ona-half. undivided interest In the Not thM j
wa shipped there by mistake. young people ander the supervision of Buffalo' either via all roll route through of the. HouthWMi( of the Houtbmuit H of hoI -
which ,
member I I.
boast of forty-two a tlon I ..
Aries Florence Robinson. The exercise Town.hlpTT.: South, Ran* W Ea
tint-class overage. Richmond and Washington, or through The w... M of the 1:... M of Lot 4. of Motion
Stepped Into Ur Coal f
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A Poor Millionaire; by the children were very Interesting and thence .
Portsmouth and Norfolk; a delightful 29,Townabln/ 35 South, Rene' 'm Kaal.
Rev. Mr. Graham held service In the choruses and solo nicely tendered And .fonrth undtvldwl 'In Block
be The very ea trip to tbe east, where connection "When a child I burned ray foot fright nn Inttirwit
tely starved In London because church lost Sunday. morning solo by little Katie Whipple deserving III.4I.4U. 4K W. ami In al toll Inolu.lT and inNoulS
Id not digest his food. Early use of the Baptist ; are made with tbe great Trunk fully, write W. II. JEad. of Jon *vllle, MO fiat of Mloch M, .in.pl lot 41,and In
King* New Life Pill would have and evening, to large congregation special mention. Line direct to tbe Rainbow City. These Va.. "which caused horrlbleleg sore for all:of Block a7. .M]>t lots 40 and 4 | a* Mr plat (
> _..... In Book "P' of IJMil at Page ..llnawd -
red him. the stomach route are positively the mot convenient 30 years, but Uackl n'* Amoco Halve
They strengthen and la Section 4,Township: South Ban,*W
1 digestion promote assimilation, 1m.Y. CALL AT CARROLL:GOLDSMITH'S Cycling has its After and attractive to Buffalo and It will wholly eared me after everything else 1Iae': ,
appetite. Price 25ct Money for RICO, a hard water op, maD1Itactnred the down use Banner Solve \U you or* interest and benefit you to can oo tbe failed." Infallible for burns,scold, cuts, Yvvehaa.rpays for executing Bb.rlfTs Deed.) (J V

ik If not satisfied. Sold by B. L. Wli14 by the Florida Soap Work, eat or bruised. It beaU the hart quickly. Seaboard Air Line Railway agent before ores, bruises and pile! Bold by II. R. ree .. '..00. J. P. BRO'InI.

: Son, druggist. Jacksonville. Take no substitute. Wiliest Jt: Sob completing arrangement for roar trip. Wilson Sow 2Q ota. llmsy- otrUt. of Bravanl Coo..,.

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: i I wall audio down like a log, of wood. f VESTIBULEb

: He shot off the roof Into the gully likea y Pan-American, Exposit

biff ball and me and the old woman
"Fruit"f' laughed till the tears came. Three S.A. I IiMITEbINS

times the b'ar tried It. and three times ,BUFFALO, N. Y.

be was dumped. I yelled at him and TRAI
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called him names, and his feelln's was May 1 1st to November
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!i: To raise good fruit. hurt ag'lu. lie was so 'shamed 'bout DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
things that be wouldn't even fight the

I; : you must have Potash. I dog" Seaboard Air Line
1 knowed the varmint wouldn't gin T qC The Railway

:;' Fertilizers up that way, but would keep com In /p t4 FF
containingat back till be got suntblu. It struck me N/ .
,I that he'd go fur the chickens next and -- % '.v 4k" Offers low Excursion: : Rates from all Florida points Tickets on sale daily.

least 8 to 10% of. so I bad a trap all ready fur him. lie t CV Bates from JACKSONVILLE !42.30 and $42.05; TITU3VILLE, $51.05. Com

was too cute to step Into It, and arter I ponding low rates from other points. .
Potash will give best roomln around fur awhile he went off.
I laughed at him and called him a Double daily service, Including Sunday, via RICHMOND and WAS11IXOTOS.

:,' \ I results on fruits of all mighty pore b'ar and .be appeared so a r For further Information write...

',I lonesome over It that I almost pitied A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville Florida

.,; kinds. him. lie didn't come back the next -- - -- -...
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night or the next but on the third - Rout

night he showed up ag'ln, and I bad . Dixie Flyer _. .
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',' Write for which should .
our pamphlet another Joke ready fur him. I had

j be In every farmer' library. beaded the old dawg op In a stout bar'l Double dally trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET CAM,

J\\ The/ arc sent free. and then wrapped the bar') around -Through without change-
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h with' barbed wire. I used up 200 feet r JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. LOUIS:

GERMAN KALI WORKS, of wire. around that bar'l, and the -Close connections made In Union Depots for-
It .
I 93 N..... St.. New Yock. barbs and all West and
stuck out like quills of a porcu Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis points Northwest
pine. As soon aa the b'ar .vared the . Tri->Veeklv Sailings _
Free and a". ..... . Be sure that your ticket reads via -
old dawg begun to bark and raise a WESTERN fc ATLANTIC RAILROAD, and NASHVILLE, CHATTAXOOGA,
e AccentedMasons. fuss. I don't reckon that varmint had BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 9 A ST LOUIS

ever heard of a dawg In a bar'l befo'. For Information relative to rates schedules etc., write to...
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1' l and I'm Huab'' be hadn't never met with S. C both T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville Fla.
I1 Indian No. 00Tltusvllle no barbed wire. Lre Jest walked aroundto ways) C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. ,II. F. SMITH Truffle Manager!

: River 1 Jumped make In."Lerame.aartln of- things and then The. Finest. IlSteamshiestDin the Coastwise Service Atlanta Ga. Nashville, Tenn.--

tell yo' that thar was mo'
Loilfie. r Holds Iti ineatlnjti the nenonil and fourth Friday Direct /Service Between
b'ars and dawgi and folks hey' In a hull : PLANT
of each month, a* the late Armory, Tltua- SYSTEM.
rule, at 1:00: o'lrtook p. tnO y'ar. Bruin started In tp bust that Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.

J. R.n. W.Walker ttooble,Senior, Wornhlpful Warden.Muter. bar'l by huggln. but be soon gin It up. , ,
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C.rl. Bttbuyler,Junior Warden.J. Then be rolled It 'bout but every time (Calling ac Charleston, S.: C., t>oth Ways))
M.]>lxon, Tr'amirer Car Line from Florida. Connections
be struck It be got a prick. Sometimeshe'd SEMI-WEEKLY BAILINGS: The Great Through :

J.W.'A A. Hughes Morgan,,Uhanlaln.Beoretary. chase It. and sometimes he'd run Southbound........................ ... ....... .. .... ..... . .from Lewli Wharf, Boston via'al1 rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston Richmond I
J. L. Carrutber, rfonlor Deacon. Northbound..o.... ....... ... from foot'of Catharine Street Jacksonville To the East
Vf. M. Woodward.Junior Deaoon. away from It. and he did hate to gin r ,1Clyde aDd Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Columbia


It.. H.K. Mlin Wallonj*.Jr.Junior, Tyler.Steward. In that bar'l. though and he finally let St. Johns River Line. To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo.: The L..i '

...,-- It go and sorter cried over It. He went x, via Montgomery. The Southern K'y via .Savannah, Columbia
: off with his bead down and a homesick BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE; AND SANFORD. and Asheville. The M & 0 R'y via l Montgomery.
I JOKED AVITH A BEAR. shamble and the old woman turns to Stopping at Palatka Astor, St.franoU, Beraatord (DeLand). Blue Spring and intermediate landings .
on the 8t.John'* Klver. To the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean.S S Co., for New York,
and auks
me," ; STEAMER "II. G. DAY." Philadelphia and Boston Savannah/ and Merchants 4 Miner
'Zeb wbat'll that b'arskln be wuth CAIT. W. A. SHAW. Transportation Company for Baltimore.To .
ZEB WHITE HAD A HEAP! OF FUN when snow flies?' Leave foot Catharine street Jacluonrllle 0*: <0> p.m., Tuesdays and Saturdays. Key West and Havana, via Port Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamship
WITH TH2 VARMINT. 'Bout $10.' says I. Leave Sanford 5 sflO a. m Knterpriw II 130..10.,Monday and Thursdays.Cen'l I'o Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada,

-- ."Then yo' air $10 out of pocket Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Ilawkesbury and Charlottestown.
Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville .
\ I The f'o.inm llnntrr'a Story of the That b..... .ln't gwlne to fur lv. yo. l

'Trick He 'Played oa Poor tormlm fur burtln hid fqelln's as yo' her.' A. O. HAGERTY, Pa .. Ant., F. IRONMONGER: J*.. 1P"/ ".*. Ant., d5iUMMTR! : TO U :JbrllJSTJS: : 'JLM.C33FC: TFTJS
and the Way. the Vntorml-rlg. B..atJBcat 'But what kin he do?' 19 Slate. St.,New York, I 204 West IJay St., Jacksonville. Fla. will be on sale at all points on tbe'' PLANT SYSTEM to the principal Mountain

Him cwt of I say.' JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent, Font Hogan Bt..lokBonvlllm .Via.T1IKCT. limited to return until October :31.
[Copjrljht 1900 by C. D. L.wiaj] "The old 'was right" continued O. KOKIt, General Ma-mger. WM. I* CLYUM: CO., Qeneral Agenta.Chmboronch Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO, N. Y., account Pan-American Exposition,
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'"One September'day," said the old Zeb. "That b'ar showed HullillnB, ll State St.New York enabling passengers to visit Niagara Falls.! .

possum hunter of Teooossp as I asked around never 'bout up O. II. WA TON. Agent TItu vllle, Fla.: Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied
no mo my place 'Long
with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
him for a story, "1 was slttln on these the: fust 'of November I started out ------- ---
will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern State to
.yere steps suiokln my pipe when n b'ar with my gun and dawg to gather, him
the of
all FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant System, during season 10.IDUl.1I1JIoIted ) )
.suddenly appeared out thar by the co'. in, and I was reckon on the value of Florida East Coast to return until May 31st, with liberal stop-o4er privlledges In Florida.
tier of the pigpen. I didn't git fluatrnt-: its hide to git boots and shoes f UE the Ry. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied

ed. I seen the b'ar was pore ID flesh winter. I routed him out after a long with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

and I kn well his fur .wa n't prime. It tramp. and what d'ye'think he did? F. M. Jolly I
ITIndln that he must die he headed fur Time Table No. 82. In Effect May 20, 1OO1. Division Passenger Agent
it ain't no use to kiN a b'ar ,Jest fur the Sam Harper's place three miles away 138 West Bay St., Aster Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
sake .kllllu. Besides, thar SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. B. W.
was some- WrennPasseDger
and he actually went right up to the Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga.

thin sort of cute lookln In this face. looh and laid down and seemed to beg c Dally l'ou.UY Daily No.u.. STATIONS. Daily N0.7S Daily No.82 tf: p M W. B. DENHAM General Superintendent' Savannah, Ga.

As we looked at each other be cocked Sam to come out and shoot him. lie !) ,.,.. 43 b _'"" tlC -
his ears and seemed to say: was dead and beln skinned when I got ,.114 Twig; Y Wa1.ov.........Jacksonville .. ..... .Ar 'TOOp lu lOa "_ InC m rn --
1 5l6p I IUltIa.; ....,...... Kt.AulCll.tloe..L" SBUp ama oa H
'Hello Zeb Whltet' I've called that and all I got was a piece of the 4.I 's A;'CIpI06l\.L".8C. Anll'.tlo..Ar 64Ap 8611a OJDi
fresh meat. 1 had had a heap of fun J.f) E' Sup 11 :27li. ......., Hafttlnus ,.........Lv SUp 8 2Ia ) :i: A
around to see yo'. won't be wuth E-4 aye. Slop I 114aa7l :.......Ea t PalatlwNeona .......... 4 Sip 810a _OJ It.oO.CD o
klllln fur two months ylt and mean hut that b'ar bad beat me out. of my P1 0') S4plttip" .....;?.... .. ........... 4.lIp 7 MaIBB A ears >> (S.S '
winter boots to pay fur It. a CD b TWp I rJ8.iilOfip? II ............Bunnells ....... .... 40i/p 0
4 while If yo' don't mind, we'll hev some ,bib Jot uhp( l2 Bhp "..,.T....Oupoot. ........... HBBpSlilp 7111a... P rnen
M. QUAD. 0 TWp ".'''.,.. ..Orm..d...'' ..'..". 8211p a44e. 0 '1) Southern
fun. W :tdti 0 7 Slip ......... ...Daytona... ......... '* 682a600a PyD'E OJ '
"I took It that he said that and the ,,., E-4 SO.'p 'IBS: ........ .Port Orange ,......,. 8048"i> Sxla OJ" <:>> rn
If How To Avoid Trouble. to p 8l61': t 47p ........New Smyrna ... .. 240p' Q
g I + old woman took It that way too and Now Is the time to provide yourself and e. C0 F y .. al6p" ...?...... oaicHiu.. .... .. .. .. 2 nIp .. ty.._rn . PC
as ,&) .... 24gp. ...........TUu.,111.>.......... 14p . .... t-1
so L dlda't steer him off. lie sauntered family with a bottle of Chamberlain's W CIS '" ...... S.p: ..... . ... Doooa. .. .... ..... {LUMp ...... >OJ. .boO...
Colic Cholera and Diftrrhoon =e! .... 82HI .,....Rooklwlir .. .
around fur a spell and then disappeared Remedy. a. .function. 1'01'(p ... t ao as ...... UM-i ,.,. .. .. ... ,
It III| almost certain to be needed before +Fe114aille. ... : > . ... d4 but I know(>d what he was up lEI 5; U p ........ 4U4pOUAp ........ M..lb."rn........... 1.' blp ...... CI o td Railway
tile summer la over, and If procured now t7 .... e) ClJ ., 446? : ....... .. "",,1>&MII"n. ........ . .. It 14..* . n lI'aq .
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4pl to.I had two hives of bees, and ho may nye you a trip to town In the nightor en ,.. ,.. ....... a:II\I ........... lit Lmrle,.......... It Hit. . .. .. kr' .....
In your busiest season. It is Ci ro-l: 0 ...... alll" ............F'o.tPt."o.......... 1I011a.. .., .. r' of M
every e-: 0 ....... ... ...TlblialM .. .... . lit 81.aID ...... jw
where admitted to be the most success* E-4 r.. .... .. 8111'V"' .......n..... : .. ... ...... .. Id: ...... p Er rAto
fell' medicine In use for bowel complaintsboth .... a i in> ... ...dKd.'n... .....,..... .. 101 2'. .. .. tD II (t) a_
for children and adults. No familycan e4 a. .114 .. . 1111I11' ......i...... Mtuurt.r.... 1.,1- ...... $ + Ix .....
I'i a CD rn'.... sap II ......... Holm Hound........,. Q4"aTB. ., .. rn rH DIRECT L.1INB-QUIICK: TIMB tO
be
Afford to without It. For sale by ( .Went 0
7Mp
; : .. all druggists and medicine dealers.A .' 0 ; :. : : 7 :Idlp. :: ::::::Went Palm Jnpltttr.: Bnach::::::: 9 n8fn Aa :::::: a.. & ra Baltimore
\\i I'" E-4 .. Sup ......... ..Bovntou. ... .. ..,.*,. ** IlIma .. . "v4 a aen WanSblng.On. .Philadelphia,
j . .. . 8.11p ...... Delrav .. ........... $21a.1O t ehicago: Cincinnati.
i'i'j I 11 i portable press which would press .
.. . A AliaA Atlanta. Birmingham,
tl flax straw Into small square or cylindrical W r.r.: : ,:.: : ,Miami I.t.L::::::: :: 4Aal :: .: ,p. ts tolIutlM Chattanooga. Memphis ,St. Coins City.
:\ ; 1111 I- I I blocks which could be burned In Kansas
Parlor liars . ..... S3tJ
mi "ct TitNTJT
1\:,. : t an ordinary wood heating stove would AND ALL POINTS! BAST AND WEST."
1 be a great thing for the treeless regions Kun'lIuu o.i&K o':iu I ; : 3; Mol.tMo.._ No.22 o.24: o.::
,,11 DailyTSfp M.A.YPORTBRANOB. I
Dully Dally Daily Sun Sun
( of the northwest where common soft only, only! "10.1:1..0.1 (NO
w.r $ 1 only only. OTHER LING SERVICES
; !! A.RKOMD8 : THISi
i Ji j jI" coal I sells at from $U to $8 per tou. rnslOJWp; :' ;z I, // ;; :! \ IjV. .... . ..JackiHiuvliln. .. .. .Ar IOa111gn: "llROplfIii liOOp : UIKEt
tUlIp: TON), ".....Bo. J..onV'III..L". 64n SA.'n : 1102a THE NEW YfbRK EXP'RESSAN
822p
I Ir. There Is an endless amount of this flaxstraw I 11261> I40p 74. p 5 lop UUUa ... Pablo Bxwh. ........ AlllH/ 8i1: 1 a top toaoa) 8/lJp gsap: & FLORIDA
I" through the territory referred to. 111111", a451' 14i11' 4h' lltHto ...... .Atlantic Boftoh.... ... ,'" A4Ap 10211I\ Clap
and could It be so prepared It would r" "n.' ..v"""', II-3IW Ar .. .. . ,.Marm> .... ...Lv 1I1IIIt8).... s'un. 10 lOa 80UPNo.6f THE U. 'S. FAST MAIL. .

make a splendid fuel. A. DntH-luaify u. PALATKA BRANCH Nu.4i.!. or.liiS ,.si>.M \ To the Buat and Noi-tl-i.
r. belly i
Dally DallyTai Doily i i iily i Daily iDntlyDHlly Daily:
t'' .9 / 7raTt OlUinl: (, nahil. Tu. \p ITwi;I 'iITI! : Lv..En..t PnlatlM..ArA 1 80Rn JlII.Ia't.I.' :!. I TSBplTovp I"Tonp THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo
t : To save mending avoid breaking, and "l\n''I'JIDn / 7."n r .P..I..>"? Ir 74-n--11. IM.121an I 481tn-> 5.6p 40J>

1, to avoid suffering prevent coughs and Dally No.oiNo|iPallyftpl 4nl SAN MATEO BRANCH |".".IIINO| A8. th. YVwat" : and North-""' .t.:

-d, colds by the timely use of Bollard's lie ter \ '"M BUtt Lv.. .. ... ... ................. East Palntll.... ,., .....,....,..*.,.. ArlTTsorTRS?, The line through "The Land of the Asheville Hot
hound It and swift Sky, ,
Is .
l.rup. a safe sure 7"n>> .Mai l ,. ._. .._, MenMtM ... ... ..n.. .. ... .. Lv I HMnl '1'11Ii.til \TNo. > Springs N. C.
remedy bronchial ailments. Price -I - No.lYn. Finest Summer Resort Section In the
< :33 and (60 cents. B. R. Wilson A Bon. I OttANOE CITY 4 } World. Through
t ) BRAN CH. 1 Dally Dally ifif1 SANFORD BRANCH. Tully::, ; Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to
e'\ : "WR LOOKED AT BACH OTRS16"l. x.Hu eases- e".tll1 ex.MU Kx.Su: Asheville and Hot SprlnJts.'North Carolina.
\l. had marked 'em down and would be . Slop 10 10a LT.NW 8 iuru.. .Ar lap Bap 7Lv.' .' '.1'11..1110.........:':Jr TI\ii
of h
1 0.e Two 8 Mpu31a".Laket3elen..Lvl I 4IIp 4 Mlp 7IHa' ........... ..
Mima
;. .....,l. 1 l:>o
, back some night arter honey. It wasn't "Yon say our friend Insisted that he 406P11BB-* ...OranuelMty... UMp 4114p Spa/ ....,. .OMi ..,n.".., ., "" I1I1a Choice of Routes to Pan-Rmeriean exposition, Buffalo n. Y.
\ an hour befo! I moved thorn hives out bad for motion 410P'- Orann.CityJo.. UUUp4Wp|j : g 0a" ......... Knterpriw.. ...r"Ii!! titan/
a plan a perpetual
nin- I Dill..>. Ar,.. .... .... H nford. .. ....... lluonTJmaeTlmeTablea Thro gh V..t.baled Trains, Pullman
,: of his reach and replaced 'ein with two chine and a formula for converting Drawing-room Sleeping Cars Through

hives Oiled with strew I shet the old base metals taco gold?" show the time at whlah train. mar be exn..or",d to arrive and depart Coaches. Excellent Dining Car Service
From the several stations, bell their arrival. or denartnra. at the ,
l 1 i dog up In the house that nltibt. and .Y(>.." ,- nor dims the Uumpany hold Itaolf r..*""a..bl.. for any delay time or any ntatal ooniwqnenoaa i* not auarand. arty- Through Trains via. the !Southern: Railway are Operated in Connection with
Ii I 'Ion 'bout midnight be begun to whine "I wonder what has become. of him." Ing therefrom.
the Plant from .
( and growl. I Jest! got to the winder "If be stuck to his workshop they PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL System Jacksonville

when the b'ar showed up. lie was have probably larked him, up. But If For Rate,Schedule. and Information call on or address
i arter that honey and be bnJn'l. no be went out and orgaol Hl a few stock: STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. W. T. COSBY
Traveling PaKK-ngtr Agnnt, Ice W,Bay 81 JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
time to. waste. One hive wasn't 'nuff companies he la no doubt rich and
I'l l l fur him and be knocked both over as' comfortable."-Washington Star. BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND' HAVANA. 8 H. HA ROW II K irnfral PaR.vng(!r Agt., W.d.TAYLOR. AlOt. Oen.j....*Ag' .

i i flOOD as be {got within reach and then Leave Miami Monday and FrIday. .. .11 00 pm Leave Havana Wad anclS"turdaLoo 11 00 am WASHINUTON.D.C." ATLANTA, QA.

j made ready fur a tc'ut."bt'l1 be Th. North Pol.. Leave ArreveKeyWetTune.andSaturday..a81pm Kiv: Wear Tn..... and H urdn.r.. aim pm Leave Arrive K Key.-.yV West..it Thus Wel..andhats.70upm. and t found them hives hard packed with The north pile In the! mathematical Arrive Havana Wd and Monday 8(Warn Arrive Miami Frldoy.and Mondaya A JO am pm

straw he knowcil It was a joke and point at the northern termination of For copy: of loc.tl tint card address any Agent.

he sot up and looked sheepish and the .'.lrth'" a sin.VliotlnT land or J... D. K AHNI. A -.t. O.... P..... A if.at. ST AUQTJSTIN' FLA..rwr.m - -

mean over It that I laughed fur half water li<> there the pht'nnui. of the -- --- -- .

an hour. That b'ar went away feelln nun durliiK/ the |Polar slay or of lh!- ntars STEAMSHIP LINE.

hurt In his feelln'a, but I waa suab dorms\ tin eight would Indlratt Its THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

heed come back ag'ln some other night prwltlnn Florida. New York
'1 I and try to pay me off.MI .
.\ hud -' i -.. a.I: Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada. Philadelphia and Boston.
Jest
penned up a likely pig
From
Brnnswtekdlreot( ), to Ne* York.PABflKirOKR .
1 and that bar was bound to hey pig
,I meat If he couldn't bev honey U. Only 50''CentS PRICE, $4.00 and $3.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S. ;I SERVICE.

; k was.sush 'to be back the next night tom.koyourbaby.troQ6.ndwell. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.for i To make connoetlonii. with iteamera, leave 'Jacko"n.t!
and BO I spent two hours greasln the A fifty cent bottle ofScott's (Union bepot)on Thursday via(Cnmberland Bones). in 20."
roof of the- with soft When Sale by --' Fernaiwllna at I do p. m. Meal an roan: or'"all R*"' ']
pen soap. .
r 1 wall through It was so slippery that Emulsionwill Jas. Pritchard & Son oa p. .irrataat(( Rrunewlek go directly abbooard *teamer.PKOPO8KD p.n. .Paa..nll"

i :e even claws wouldn't take bold. On ch.aP. sickly baby ''to TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Southbound SAILIMOH Nortbl"undL" JJ
l ; the second "bout 11 o'clock, the .
night New
t York Pieri. K. R.. 1OO\t.: m., (Standard Time. Hrum*l
) Lv.
; b'ar showed up ag'ld. He, had bin m plump, romping child.' SEE: TDK: TESTIMONIALS. FROM -PROMINENT: BOAT BUILDERS. From Brunswick Direct to. New Yotk.e.s.cowRADo. I

, thlnkln of fresh pork all the afternoonand Only one cent a day. think .."........... )k. J'rlday.Jo T
I of -- ) 4 RAMIE.' : ....... ...... ,. .'...Friday Jone 14
and had got hungry over It and arter It Its aa alee as cream. S"R.ri ORANDE...................'........ ."'riola,.Jane 21
" l one look around he climbed) upon the I ScoTT a " r rates merrauons ..
and
root of the pen. It had a steep pitch tot a'413 rvarl Street New' York. .rallafo".UOII.apply to
j and It dropped off Into a gully, and joe,and f i.oo: all droga4Ma .S. RA TAlON!> A- w. 'VI5. AKeot,1JOWBay8LJaekroUVUaJ. : .
I l ;. that b'ar ha4 akassly got up before. be ".. _- -_ Prints all kinds of Commercial Stationery, Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill, Eta ?O. H.HALLORY A Co..General Agents' Agent Hurling' "rua..ell.Blip and Oa.Broadway,,N.T.rfpt. .

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I.ITIIJ.KI.UD G OA.
LLE. DRINKING IN MEXICO. .
Why a Woman -

:INa2AN::: RIVER: :::: =: aO'I'EJ' : .., A WAVE OF ALCOHOLISM HAS ENGULFED Im Ablo to Help Sick Women The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths '.IIIIIA bl' OEOKGM.

TITUSVILLE, THAT CITY. When Dootor Fall. Situated twenty miles went of Atlanta, on Southern Hallw Y. A commodious -

-- well built, modern hotel. Klcclilo: Lights. Steam float Service and '
INDIAN RIVER, So Menarlaff the Sltnntlon mod So Row' gladly would men understand fly to wo- cuisine unexcelled. Mineral Massage/ Vapor, Turkish and N:: in lie Baths "
man s .. they but a'Woman'lI for and troubles.) I
FLORIDA. Dreadful the Hf.nll. That IIAmonnt Nature's remedy rheumatism !gout kidney nervous High .
feelings, trials, sensibilities altitude. Dry climate. For book let address. JAS. K. HI C KEY. t ,
to a Veritable Core.APromoter disturbances
and peculiar organic
.. ._ .
to - -
of Crime. Those things are known'only -- ----- -- --

J. G. BAST, Proprietor. Boston women, and the aid a man would give AUSTKLI, GA i: } .
The native papers, say a Is not at hilt command.To '
Herald correspondent from the City of treat a case properly It Is necessary : .

A I The hotel fronts on the Mexico base been busily 'aiscusslng; to know, all about times,it.cannot and full be The Artesian Lithia Springs Hotel, AUSTKU.UKOItOIA., r'r'U
the Inking Information many I
(( the question of popular
wideeweepformalofbaylmilee her, phy-
to family
r) by the given by a woman l\m\ NEW MANAGEMENT.:
r + ) ) i' shop the classic "pulouerlas\ where alciun. She cannot bring herself to

I Indian delightful Rlvor summer making It re a' the poor man's drink Is! sold\ In n more tell everything, and the physician I* A delightful and home-like resort IS miles of Atlanta on Southern (

h miiitihA p sort. Constant cool' or leas adulterated condition, for the Railway Excellent accommodations; and !IliHt-clusn service Liberal '!
m 7111Ifm n 1)i u7A a ( i i
breezes fiom the juice of the maguey plant or pulque Rates Special Family Rates May and June. Address for pamphlet t"
ssulphurr
I bay. Flowing rarely reaches tho consumer In its\ proper <1. WKhTOX.: Proprietor.HIGHLANDS j
onus I reunAm spl'l {special winter'
r t rates.ngs. state. Into the great barrels hi poured .. . n. .
the pulque fresh from the Car fumed N. 0.- : ''t
L
- plains of Apum, coming In traluloniU' in !

JACKSONVILLE. the early morning before, the sun l la up 'I

To "extend" the pulque many combine a SATULAH HOUSE HIGHLANDS, Y, C. .
- ---- -- -- ----- --- --- -- r '
tlons an employed such ns starch andwater fI ,

ground' up pumpkin shells and Highlands N. C., the gem of mountain summer resorts, Is situated on tiN [ ,\
D UV AL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE. sometimes cheap native spirit with Blue Ridge, about 4OtiO feet above the sea, 7 miles\ from the point of intersection J. "
water poured In. But the Inner Is too of the boundary lines of North 011 roll 111\, South Va1'01lmau.1 Ooor (Ix, I;
Highest temperature Indicated:' Oov't thermometer In 17 ,el&l'1I870. Pea II
(,xpl'n8Iyefor general use. mountain peaks from ",(jOl) to 6. !110 feet high,, and ten waterfalls from 25 foot I'
Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and le- i But the doctors and 'the police are to 80 feet fall, within one mile to eight miles Irom center of. town. Telephone ''I t
united in denouncing the abuse of connections regular lines of hacks with W all+alln, s. C. Correspond for I
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally pulque and the adulterations employed, further larlloulal'sIth JAMES HIDEOUT, Proprietor "s

Rates $2.50 per day and up. owl a movement has been\ started to -T

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. stop,places the popular of rendezvous use of the, the-pulquerlnsns clubs of' -- IILACK l\lUN'I'AIN', N. C. I

the lowest social class. It Is argued flint

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day and Cedar Streets. It tIll pulque, were sold "not to be -. Hotel Mount Mitchell BLACK MOUNTAIN. C. :
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. drunk on the rcmIR's"-m08t.famllIar ----- \ .

words-we"should have far lean crime. Man. O. II. CHArrKLb This threo-story hotel has been furnished entirely now throughout, 1 porcelnla,
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- And this la undoubtedly true. An average bathtubs having been added. The hotel has W) sleeping rooms, fine otlke, ::1

ed this season. Fine cooking: and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water of 400 homicides In this <'City every at a constant disadvantage. This is parlor, dining rooms, ball rooms, orchestra of fine music, morning! and evening j
la fairly chargeable t. the quarrels why for the past twenty;live years, ; Is amid beautiful ..hIIIUllltrove.'Ith seven hundred feet of verautUs
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five mInutes from any wharf or depot: All year growing out of the abuse' of pulque. thousands of women have been confiding The tower of hotel being live'stories, gives tho finest view of mountain icon- \
,, their troubles to us, and our to be had In the State. Direct Southern: H'y., and fifteen miles uortk
and
street 'cars pass the door. (Rooms fiOo, 73o and $1 a flay. Rooms This Is a whole temperance argument ery
In advice has brought happiness and of Ashvlllo N. C. No liner summer rusort In the United Mate for health'
board$2.00 to $2.50 per day. I to a few words. And there Is today health to counties women in the U.H or pleasure Hotel opens June 1st. Hates f4 per day Hpeclal weekly rate t
Mrs. A J. WALKER, Proprietor, I this olty of about 400,000 people a pulquerla. Mrs. Umppell: of Grant I'ark, 111., to families and those remaining the wholo HOIIMOII. Any information desired
to every 3SO Inhabitants. Drink whose portrait we publish, advises<< all address: cam Hotel Mount Mitchell, Jllaok Mountain N. U. t
Is. the curse of this city. Buffering women to use Lydia K. l'lnkham'a Formerly of Jacksonville, Kin. 101 II". N. I.. WARD, I'rop.
ST. AUGUSTINK. :,Z It
Every day the police ptek up the victims VectViible! Compound aa ._ . __ __ ____ _
inflammation of the ovaries ___._ __ _ _._ ._ _ _._. . n. y-- j
of alcoholic excess, half deal, and cured her of
and womb she, therefore, speaks. from NB1tSNYn.LI, N. C.
FLORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLOm >A. prone In the public ways In the lowerquarters knowledge;, and her.. experience. ought t
of this city and take them to others confidence. Address Mrs.rinkhiiui's .
The Old City to give
y-the-Se.a. alcoholic* ( HENDKlteONVILLE: N. C;
tbe police station. "Dead from Laboratory, Lynn, :Mass. THE WHEELER
This well known hotel will, remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustii ,Is congestion"", Is one of the most common ---- llonileisonvlllu' Now Hotel
Summer Knsort. It has attractions and points of Interest that
*delightful the
soother resort possesses Beautiful Roods and Beach for Driving amt 131- record In the police stations and among 111 fed Cobol Is the deadliest ('neniy''of the Open all the year Altitude 2.lIiiO feet. The dryest climate In North Carolina

cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all lists of fatalities. The poor transient Mexican people and declares that It Golf links. Twenty-live acres beautiful giovo. One hundred and twenty-flve
modern improvement that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Liberally drink to gain a scnsatloq of has assumed tbe proportions of a national bedrooms. Elootrlo lights.;( Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court Pall room'
conducted, Capacity :2.;:iO. Summer Rates: $:.4 to $:i,50 per day, $8 to comfort. They are 'nfl>ty stomached scourge within the past 15 years. All modern convenience
Uuth Ten-pin
Mineral alleys. :
$12 per week. For further partioulais and crave warmth the false seuxntion "Your Yankee barroom and mixed Springs/ rooms. I I
addressF, C. HAYDEN, Masager.L of being fed. Mere ,lads sent on er. drink are tbe ruination of our young For further Information and rates, addiess

rntuls. shop boys collecting' bills",' go men," be tolls me and he- asks scorn 11AIUMN A WHEELER, Tropiletois, Henlorconvllle\ C. '
to the barrooms for a "foplta. or fully. "Is this your' vaunted civilization -
No consumptives taken. .
PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. dram. Y" ..
Is this wave' of alcoholism ---- -
So menacing Fortunately beer drinking Is becoming .

This hotel is now '}Jell for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located. near so dreadful results, that the more popular. The mild beers NEW, voitic \t
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Postoffice Bank and Cathedral. authorities are giving much thought to brewed here are excellent, and they

Rooms. SOcts to 11.00 per day; 1.50 to $0.00 per week. the mutter. It'Is the veriest curse of serve to break tbe force of the wave of Fifth, :Avo. and IBtli street j
V, D. SANCHEZ Manager. modern times. I doubt If It) per cent strong alcohol flowing over Mexican Hotel Kensington < /

qf the ardent liquors consumed here cities.In New York;; 1 ,
are what they pretend to be. They the old day when people drank ,

ALGONQUIN HOTEL ...FRONTING OX THE PLAZA... seem to burn the life the nerve force, tbe aguardiente of the country or else Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan

ST AUUUSTINK, .' FLOttlDA.. out of men. tequila and were Innocent of any notion Restaurant the Standard of Excellence, '
I do not believe that the saddening of mixed drInk. there. was less 1 In- i
Sea View Open for rooms only.; The rooms are large and airy, with effects' of pulque taken In great quantities temperance. Rut the enormous Increase OKOROE 0. HOWE, Troprletor. +

comfortable beds, Kates( moderate, us l Is common among the lower In the number of barroom la Late of the Uncklnglmm, 8t. Augustine and other Florida hotels ,

MRS. A. 8. PELL, Proprietress.OKBIOND ., flosses la as bad for the community spoken of by all the elderly people. I _ , i" "j
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the - -
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among
tippling
as everlasting believe one prime cause of the ,Increasing -
----- --- ------------------ upper grade of ,society. True you Intemperance to be' the underfeeding HAKATOOA HIMtlNUH. N. :Y. /

don't' Bee tnueli ,drunkenness in the of tbe population. Notoriously the f
middle class btrt there are tens of race of good cooks of tbe lIne old Mexican : t
OHMOXD thousands of people who are diseased sort la I dying out. EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA, SPRINGS, .N.,Y.
HOTEL COQUINA East Coast oi Florida. through thte abuse! of alcohoL It la the ,
encourager of licentiousness, and thepromoter This beautiful family hotel will open for the 10th season, under the SHIII
Hotel Coquina Is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. While of crime. This the police records how .. Make Veal Loaf. management on June let, 11101 -
it offers all the delights. the seashore, It is only ten minutes' walk, or five show.Tbe Three pounds of raw veal, one-fourth New plumbing with the latest Impiovements, lia been put In throughout d
minutes by horse-car, from the orange grove and palm-shaded waHca on the is talking of post. pound of salt pork, chopped fine; add the entire house, and It has also been newly painted' and refurnished
banks of the Halifax >River. It is two miles from the railroad station being government everywhere, one cup of fine cracker. crumbs two The hotel accommodate two bundled guests (at reasonable rates) and baa
connected with it by''horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, grove: of lemon log temperance chart teaspoonful of five hundred feet of shady pluzra. .
orange, and rare"tropical) fruit avenues of oleander and palmetto. River with pictorial representation of the eggai w1bcontCc'o\ : one The location opposite Windsor Hotel on South Ilrosdwny, I.I one of the best
: and fine fishing TU climate to doflg'htfiil, and Is quite In the old pepper two teaspoonfuls of salt, sago
ocean and aurf-bathdrog' ; drunkard' progress In Saratoga/ and only one block from all the principal springs. 4
>beneficial case of overwork or nervous prostration. fashioned style of temperance propaganda and a little mace. Bake two hour to For terms earl other particular., ncldren
Will open about theHst of June, but will fee In a position to take care of la the United States, and with a deep Jinn or pan. I'. SUAItKX.: Saratoga Springs, N Y. 1
guests after May Utah. Summer:! Rates: $2 per'day: *Ko 412 per'week. accompanying test 'bowing from a .
,For information address, D. ii. MATHX&O3f:: Osmond, Fla. I scientific point of 'view the barm done THE HOME GOLF CURE.An -

by Intemperance. NatB.we
If tbrow Ingenious Treatment by: which Drunkr Fishing
AIUnmZE. It Is quite true here that you .
tire llelnic C..II.I:!' In Spite
a stone anywhere you will bit some or Tliemielve.. No No.1.....I>OM.. ''
sort of a drinking place. The town 4oSTeekrnlne of the Nerve' A I'leamnt,
The Breakers BY-'PIE-SRA, SEABREEZE, IFX.A.dtyJJeanttfuL bal a huge Insatiable tropical thirst. .'_Itl..tar for tl.. Liquor "..blt.1t I. ." '
It Is the evil that cries aloud for re ,
( ) Is now generally)} known and understood
In .
form. Tbe street railway company that drunkenness I la a disease and :

Telegraph and Express OQlce Daytona Fla. Large sun parlor facing the electing' Its motormen found It necesi not weakness, A bode lilted. with poison, ,''
Oooan. 24 miles of the dlncst beach In the world/- Bicycling; and battling/ i *ary !Rend to tbe country or rather to and nerves completely shattered by periodical ?
ocean every day in the year. Fishing the entire year from Ocean Pier, iKdllfax take only country-4red young men who \ or constant use of Intoxicating .
River, Mosquito Inlet and Spruce creek. Aocomaiodation for 80 guosts. Located are strong bodied >and free from alcoholism. liquors, requires an antidote capable of I ,
about :200 feet north of Ocean Pier being tbo only ocean pier from Palm I am cot exaggerating, the neutralizing and eradicating this poison
Beach to Atlantlo City, N..I. Opens July 1st and continues throughout the state of things. The Mexican paper and destroying the craving for Intoxi ,
year 28 bath-houses aod.2 fresh shower baths connected wits the hotel. All have been talking very plainly about cants. Sufferers may now cure themselves .
conveniences for fishing, under direct *upei'vision of the Manager: fiurf or I the general curse and are working In at home without publicity or los : make FISHING NETS complete, readyor use from 21: cents np.Tbeonly .
by this wonderful
business
Lifo+ oats In connection with the Hotel for tarpon and outside tiabing. and for the Interest of temperance reform. of"HOME time from GOLD CURL which ha been ; house that manufactures all of its own ROO<|" ant nell direct to fUhermom ;
of bathers. at WHOI.J<:HAIIC MUCKS.
safety
Mr. II. L. Kocbensperger,!: of Chicago proprietor; Dr.: Van Walzab: : of They show that the degeneration Its of perfected after many yearcof close study WE ARE HEADQUAHTEIW for all l kinds of FISHERMEN'S SUPPLIES
Philadelphia, house pbysioian; GOMEZ A. PACETTI, manager:, formerly the population I la due of the Pacetti bouse, Mosquito Inlet, who baa made the house /acuoua. [ many forms: that It i la the chief cause one according to directions of this wonderful
of crime end murder .here. Tbe police discovery T* positively guaranteed The Chicago] Net and Twine Co.
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authorities voncnr with tbe physicians. to cure the most obstinate case, no.mat.ter
EAU GALLIE. opinion I II solidly bow hard a drinker. Our records Indiana .
All enlightened show the marvelous, transformation ot 79-81-83: K. Street. Chicago, Illinois.

against tbe drink eviL thousands of drunkard into sober, Indus- . .. .. . - -- .
GALLIE FLA. The great native doctor wy that the and
EAU men.
trlotm upright
Hotel Granada barroom 18 I a worse ertl here than tbe WIVES CUBE YOUR HUSBANDS PABLO BY THE SEA LIVERY. i
I On Indian River. polqaertaa. and they point to tbe un- Children euro your fathers This remedy ,
.. derslze of tbe young men who tipple is In no sense a nostrum but I la a specific i
The Hotel Granada l ts located at Eau Gallic Fla., 102! miles south of Jadbaea* and to the greater height of tbe Mexican for thl* disease only, and I I..* so skillfully Turnouts of all descriptions !,nr SADDLE IIORSEStYy J.
vine on the west shore of tbe Indian River unexcelled boating, hunting and girl who baa no siw* vice. devised and prepared that It la I r
for the of :A first-class homelike the : BAGGAGE: Transfer
fishing. Matchless climate Launch use guests. Tbe laafuage I bare thoroughly; soluable and pleasant to ,
strongest
hotel. Rates $2.5O to $3<)X() per day. Special rates by month or season. 'very taste, so that It crtn be /given In a cup of
a'fa
Open aU the ,ear. Address QLEASON BRO3. Eau Qallte, Fla.TALLAIfASSI heard on this matter came from tea or coffee without tl e knowledge of TRAPS, IIAUi.ING Eta
mous Mexican physician. lIe I ra a water the person taking It. Thounaod of
E. drinker and a foe of alcohol earnest drunkard have cured themselves with SURREYS = Wm. WILKINSON,

enough to salt the most ardent tbl* |irlcel.i. remedy, and a* many more .
temperance reformer. He aya that al- have been cured and made temperate men LAUDAUS Proprietor, ,
by having: the cure administered by loving
ST. JAMES Hotel, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Catarrh Cannot be Cured f i lend* and relative wltboiit, their VICTOniAS ., Pablo Death, Fie

with local application a* they cannot knowledge In coffee or tea, and belley.toda1 . .. ...- _.-.- ... .--- ---- ..--.-.---- ---- .-...- --- ..- -.--.. ......
Centrally located. The only briefc hotel In the city. The table ra supplied teach the seat of the disease Catarrh' that they discontinued drinking of
with the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good bed. Rate $:2 to #3 a blood or constitutional disease, tad In their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. WHITE'8 CREAM

,per day. Special by tbe week. LAMB order to care It you most take Internal Do not be deluded by apparent: and misleading !
IRS. F. R. Prop. OR11lIS iFUCcowl.
remedies Ball's Catarrh Core U taken 'Improvement/ Drive out tbe vE
- -- laterally and acts directly on the blood disease at once and for all time. The rite. s..rl.uwa r
and MUCOUS surface Hair Catarrh SOME GOLD Cl'RE" I* aold at the
ATLANTA. OA. Cure not a quack medicine. It was extremely low price of One Dollar thus For 20 Years Has Led a1! Worm Remedies..OZaa .

prescribed by one of the beat physician placing within reach of everybody a treatment vas ,r .x.2. aZu. 7 A :e x' .
HOUSE ATLANTA; OA- In this country for years, and I*a regular more effectnalthan other costing r....* beJAMBS R. BALLARD, 8L Louis.
HE KIMBALL prHClfptioD' It U composed of the best $3A to $-V). Full direction accompany
MANAGEMENT. tonics k.o..o. combined with the beat neb package itpeclal advice by skilled
UNDER NEW blood purifiers, acting directly on the physician when requested without extra
American'aDd European P1as.. Liberally eooducted. AU modera equlQments. : mucous surface The perfect combine charge. Sent prepaid to coy part of the
Central location, opposite V.1oa Passenger Scatlou. tlaDta. tloa of the two Ingredient Is what pro- world on receipt of f 1. .Andrea Dept. JOB ..PJtINTINCOF' ; .
Grade and Popular llotd. for ralAl.. eta. address daces loch wonderful result In curing C705 :EDWIN 8 (HLES4 CO. 2330-J3
High .I41S. :Eo HI<:XEr. eatarrb. Send for testimonialfree. JI'. Market 81. Philadelphia. All conepondenee *- "
J. Cheney A Co., Fropew Toledo. O. strictly eooadeatlaLTb ALL KINDS '
Sold by draggUU, prloe 73ct: Fall'sFamily )
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THE WHITE- FLY. Jensen. Robbins> & Graham Co. :=: L. RRA.T:: : Y &, :E3eO:: : ,

H, _DEALERS IN- '
MIAMI, FLA., June 18, 1001. .
i
I B. F. Hull is erecting a very neat GRAIN FOOD
(Incorporated.)
PRODUCTS
Editor East Coast Advocate : building on a lot purchased from J. L. GRQCERIES, ANDdHAYe aANDDALL
I tO. PAID UP CAPITAL 2500000.:
'f. I noticed something in a recent issue of Jensen. We handle PRODUCE of AfAPES FERTll I I ICURS'We

.! the AnvocATK about White Fly In section Improvements of all kinds are being This company owns deal exclusively In the above line of goods and,solicit the trade of all ,?,?ig u
: of Brevard county; that the growers made. The entire town baa been treated era. Write us for prices on Grain and Groceries, delivered at your stain, ?,.

:. had Prof. Gozzard come down from the to a new coat of paint, and presents avery LANDS:::: E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUS VILLE. Fl" *, )
Experiment :Station to help them out; neat
j appearance. in the Indian River Country On the St.
determined ;
that they were to exterminate w. E. GOLDS
CARROLL I'D"
S. W. Mi i
.r. ''I ) It if possible. I wish It could be, Pineapples are moving [In large quantities Luole River; at New River and on Bay
Ji, but that Is one of the bard possibles. this week, which ncesHitates an & Goldsmith 1
; 1i 1\\ White Fly first made Its appearance at activity( among our citizens not usual at BIscayne.. Prices to suit the times Carroll

Baton Rouge La., the season followingthe any other part of the year, for aa a rule Send for Land LI .t.. Dealers In- ,
World's )4'alrat New Orleans; it then we pursue the even tenor of our ways

worked Its way on down the river untilIt without much bustle or stir. Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

reached the orange growing section. solicitors ,
Pineapple fertilizer solicit .
Where It came from U not known, but It ors, Insurance solicitors, railroad solicitors OEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN.President. Crockery, Glass" and Tinware. Tour Patronage Soli, lied.

i Smooth. Cayenne Suckers. Is supposed to have been brought to that -to say nothing of buyers and sellersof Actuary. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

) Fair on plants from some far away coun various commodities with in _
For Immediate delivery; price ficts.LKTOITRNKAU . us Brevard Abstract of Title Co
c'ftCh. try.I large proportions, all frequent with a ---IND NRIVER ICE FACTORY
presume the State Experiment Sta- desire to save us from the wrath to
( J. Dow.um WILL FURNISHAbstracts .
tion near New Orleans has done as muchto come.
\. tf Eden, Florida eradicate It as Is possible to do. It of TitleFOB TITUSVILLE, FLA.
which the wind For the past two weeks rain has been Sacked or'loose.
spreads ever way may Is prepared to furnish II.eln, any quantity- Special mention
j the fly after It has hatched out the'order of the day. It reminds me of LANDS IN-
carry
FLORIDA Visitors who paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto,
can- (and I have seen the air full of them). the many years ago: when genuine Florida Brevard
not call at our stores should write for a ')t not only fastenlllt"elf to the orange weather prevailed, and frosts and County. T..,T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J. .

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. leaf, but to cape jessamine. umbrella freezes were unknown. A return to Office under Law Office of = u ______

'Iii' china trees, the bays in the swamps, and primitive conditions In this respect, Is GEO. M. BOBBINS, R. WALKEIt. C. II. SWAIN.
&t as yet there has nothing been done that in. accord with our wishes.
.; II n/ <<: w even keeps It In check let alone eradicating TITUBVILLK, FLA.
i J Profs U.,. K. Miller and II. II. Hume,
; 112 W. Forsytb St. Jacksonville also at It. of the Lake Dry Goods Shoes
; City Agrlculturtl College, ,
I would treat the White Fly the same
11 1 St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. as I would all other scaly Insects that spent a coupleof days In town this week, East Coast Meat MarketO. '
tho of the Hardee lJro where
as guests ,
attack our citrus trets-let them alone, Furniture
and Instead of everlastingly spraying the the college Intends to starts pineapple F. DUREN, Agent. ,

..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH trees as so keep to kill,the scale experimental station- They gathered
,. many up samples of soil, which will bo given a i a:: :;gc
(but more often they murder the friendly
::> Notions and MillineryNew
chemical Lake Prof. ..
lady bug that would take care of the analysis at City by pt:: ."
Asso's.Famous H. K. Miller while the --
Brewing scale), I would manure the tree so that ; physical analysiswilt U'2 4
It has strength to shake off its enemies; be made at Washington: D. C., by : pt:: Goods at close prices.
the there. K the intention 2.
department is .
and wait for the lady bug and the fungus
St.Lull Keg and Bottled wvq ::
make this SOLICITED.
to experiment complete, YOUR PATRONAGE
that keeps down the while fly 'to do the ,
Beer. and will cover a period of four or five

Sold by ]Meinrs.F.A. 1-onlejr and work.Every orange grower In the State of years, at the expiration of which much -- John R. Walker & Co. ,
valuable will
Information have been
R.L. !Motlow,TltuivllU.FIa. Florida should read W. S.. Hart's article TITUSVILLE, FLA.Special. ,
compiled, that Is hoped will be of great
on spraying In a recent Issue of I heTimesUnion
: By Mr. tt..L.Motlow,Coooa, fla. and Citizen. value to the pineapple industry. p en
The Uardee will have of coo --
Bros
charge A,
Scale Insects and parasites in their
get
tr. JOSEPH ZAPF the place, which will be open at any and U'2 y '
Injurious work more often on tree. that C=3
are sick-half starved. It often reminds all times to the public who care to keep TITUSVILLE, PLORIDA.If ,. Attention !
In touch the made
with experiments and
Sole Agent. me of what happened to a neighbor In
i results obtained. The land selected Is a
my boyhood days. Ills name was Lakin,
good /grade of spruce pine, and Is opposite -
and lived / .
the delaware
+ 610 to 020() on below us. He d
West Street
Bay Hardee's siding-midway between -QIVKNTO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
4 had a turn of typhus fever, and when he-
Eden and Jensen.MONEY .
; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. got up-was very weak. In those days rls'P. Hardware Tinware Crockery] Glassware
there was plenty of game In the woods, I ,
and he took his gun and went up the '5
3 -SO 1,1) 11Y- creek until he met a large blaok' bear. IN VEGETABLES.The Harness and Stoves.i .

Forgetting: that he was yet weak, he i

F. A. LOS LEY sailed In to get her, and In some way got farmers of Dade rule
;, mixed up with the bear and she hugged are through: shipping tomatoes county,,as' and a are, Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly

TITUSVILLE, FLA.BEAR" wife him. what Soon had he happened got away, saying and told: "The his now busy figuring up the net results of wr :t ta'tls Jas. Pritchard c& Son.
this season's work. So far, the Miami , .. t'
old brute would have never hugged me correspondent of the Times-Union and
If she had not known that I had been Citizen has not met a single dissatisfied
.sluk. That Is the size of It-insects get grower. In talking with one of the successful .x. Postoffice Box: 212,

In their work whentrees are sick. ) growers, be said: "I planted ten Titusville' '
t Twelve I wrote for the :: -J> SF'loxid.a.OarcS.ean. : .
t years ago press sores in tomatoes, peppers, squash, etc,
that when I saw a man In the of a
top We have done work
our own, except .
tree with a squirt gun, I thought he was through picking season,when I employedonr ---

at work at the wrong end of the tree to man. We have also packed our own Your House foes in Smoke'
kill !scale. No one has.yet gotten rid of tomatoes. From the ten acres' I have up Field as .d : : : Seed.Swept .

!scale on an orange tree with spraYII.JAMItI received In cash$2,125.: Although others and you loose everything

: MOTT. : have made more money, perhaps, than I it Is you own fault.
IrH have, I am satisfied. Another
; grower said peifectly: "I planted ono-fourth of an 27M.ro: :Jn.su.ran.oo.: clean by the fire of. May the 3rd. Have on band again a Complete

: BASE BALL AT NEWNAN. acre In celery, as an experiment. I had sufficient to cover the value of the property Stock of Seeds-all kinds for Summer Crops. Write for prices of Seeds
.a never grown this crop before. shipped and household effects should be car

"Newnan, Ga., has the best baseball from this quarter of an acre 222: orates, ried. Rates are not blgb. The companies for fall planting. Fresh Stock and Poultry Powders. Lambert's Death to
team she has ever had; In fact there is which I think will average me about I represent are solvent, reliable and lib
no better chic south of the Mason & $1,25 per orate, or at the rate of $1,110 era). Claims are promptly adjusted. Lice, Slug Shot, etc. A few pairs of grown Belgian Hares at $3 per pair,

Dixon line, and very few north of It," per acre. I shipped my entire crop by Don't neglect to take out a policy full
blood.
YI t says Manager Dent In conversation 'with expreas, except the last shipment, whichI O. St. Sola.-u.3rl.oxr,

.your correspondent, on. the 13th Inst. sent forward by refrigerator- car at TITUSVILLE L. CAMERON The Seed Store,
She has played nine games of ball since quite a saving/ If I had shipped all of FLORIDA.

she has been In the Georgia League, and my celery' that way my profit would have Correspondence Invited. 125 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
lost one, winning the other 8 with very been 'considerably more." "Will you -
little trouble making 88 per cent of the plant more largely next yearP" "Yes, I -FOR SALE 'BY- -
games played-the best of the season In shall plant so as to ship by the carload." '
TAYLOR, any league. Robt. L, Motlow, GAY BROTHERS' '

I Their game with Atlanta, last Friday, Tltusvllle and Cocoa, Fla.
Won by a Dead Man
Artesian Well resulted In'l& victory for Newnan, the
score standing 10 1)). The teams lined A valuable ('lip'na won la a bicycle
f up aA follow: race In Australia by n man who Thin rmp.mmI'
Imo'' PALATKA, FLORIDA.
1, f l | CONTRACTORS, Newnan. Atlanta was dual whon he passed the winning GROCERS

I Allen . , '. Catcher . . . .Hicks. post. Too rare took 1 place at an "elec
4 Eau Gallle, Fla. Lynch .. . .Pitcher. . . ,Murphy. tric light cnrnlvnl." no called. In thepresence
Brown . 1st h1.se. ,', ',Nun) I, of 10.0OO spectators. In th< We make a Special Feature of our

I - .... ---.- -. - Flecher,2nd Hiie, . McKlbban. last lop James Somervlllp... a rider,
II -Please mention the ADVOCATE when Parrot . . ,,:3rd lla e. . MoCnthuun forged to the front and secured Bach. a Mail Order Department.
. .
.Paulsen
Cozart..Short-atop lead
y writing advertisers. that bill assured.
Dews. , . .It. Field . . Paddiaon. victory was .
Field . . . .Walt When within 25 yards of the finish Lw t ;"nDr snit Knowing how difficult It is In some localities to /get GOOD GROCERIES

Tito lOOIO .r.o.voiry Uohues . ....U. Field .." . .Wallace he was ncnn to- -rolnx. __no lilx___ hnl____t nn__ '.h_.v .menu, Oa.M t M IV,.,.. sea....,. CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them flllri
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t Pol lie Parrott, the ant baaemanwa,,s I handle bars/ and lone bit footing on the promptly and carefully; and we know the quality end prices will be satisfa-tory.
; West Day St Jacksonville, never' beat at his post with his grandstand pedals tic did not fall from, the machine We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hall
1, FINE playing. however, and amid frantic f n S 3.20 many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses.

1' Wines Liquors and Cigars. Fischer on 2nd base, Is hard to beat, cheers dnMhnd by the goal winning !:r- SEND'FOR OUR PRICE LIST. -
f .. althoug It is said hat It was he who lost the race by half a wheel. As be passed -- --
the for them In Atlantd the first THE GREATEST: DISCOVERY OF -'
I I Anbeuser-Busoh Extra Pale on Draught game the flnlMhlng post lie pitched forward THE
k time. and fell, to the ground. N1NKTKENTH: CENTURY. a ESTABLISHED 1870.
Fine Cold Lunch Served
( Dally. Brown, on lit base, 'is "out of sight( When he _.. ,
The best of Service and a ploanunt quiet wan picked up be was
,, esort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. but 4ie will tip his cap to the ladles on found to bo deed and what Is more SMOKEYOUNG'S M. Lane
r the grandstand nben he makes a fancy & Son
:J .. play. the doctors declared that death had MAGIC'
Cosixrt short worked like come to him when he waa seen to lose
9 JOHNSON on stop, a
r LAW COMPANY. Trojan, and never was beaten. He played hi. hold on the handle! bars. It was adead Consumption Catarrh 282 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.*
with Thomaavllle last year and also in body that had ridden the last 25 Cough,

Il' KDJSON LALANDE, '07, they playing games,In which they yards of the race.
Southern
t SAMPSON' NO. 2, were victorious In 4f: playing( onadrawand Asthma and La Grippe Cure. Fruit and Produce

losing 4 out of the 47. Cocart got Ills n.eoinmn i '''I', and DRY BATTERIES, IMKJ\ chances and accepted fiG:!, making a The wonderful moose. that baa teen obtained
Shopper
(to aMlxtaut. who has
1 r by this great Man Co Cur In w abort a time I ,
: ; : , 1 FOR GAS ENGINE IGNITION. per centage of 08.CU on short stop. shown her every piece of goods In which. la shown: by the atoned testimonials frnin OOr.c'cl.lssioc.: :: ; :: : Merchants.
Their whole team Is the best In the com of the boat oltlxn. ,aa to Its cnraa.la a*uffloletit : :

ft..!""I f :",,' d '$ IA '' for south, and they leave aa open," challenge that atockl-WI'II.suits) me.I don't I'll go see down anything to Yard here.& ., dice..es guarantee. They to tlume.should Butlering: I not lull from to try theshove It. SPECIALTIES: ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT,, stencils: Cards and our quo

d ," t, ) anything. Staff's It I* purely"",",tabl.....uIO."I. I challenge
l'' ,' ' ... and see what they' have. the world to deny that this In the Unit and only tatlons furnished on application.,
: r 1 I ; ,- 1" : Salesman (t'8srerlyl-llere'a( ) the card aura cure for Con.uinptlon. Catarrh Couirhii _._
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fl. Indian .Hirer Ptn.appi.s.The of one of their assistants. Will Asthma and T.a <)rlp|>e that ban.ever been IMII
I' .
you before the nnbllo. It ha. never failed In any COIIKK8PONI>ICNC1S INVITED. >lHtD.:
1 I" STENCILS NI
r ._ _. ""l_ ___, kindly get him to wait on you? Cass where It baa been tried. Smoking Young'; FI7
.. Indian River pines now coming Fair Oreat MaKlo Cure; the amok Roe direct to the
Shopper (
pleasantly Ah.
)
ire the best seen here for years and the a lung!and destroys all mlnrolie McCOMB
friend of I
demand has exceeded the supply. There yours suppose $1 per package. Trial package 25 cents. & CO.

have been heavy rains In the pine section Sal..Awan-l\o. my greatest,enemy.London .- Sent prepaid to any part if the U. S. ,

this week, which will mean lighter receipt Fun. . Prepared only bv ,

tI next week. Prices are on about HENRY R. THOMAS, :LOg
( the following level : :24s, ':'WOSO; ,$3.0o); Chemist Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy. n.cad.c St., Now Yor> :] -.

:JO., .1.73. For Key pines, which are attiring Jacksonville, Fla.

In good quality and carrying condition ..Make a Specialty of..

prices range from 2A cents orate In Clyde Steamship Line.
less than the prices quoted on Indian every town

C River to the same price for, beat stock. and village Tickets and reservations via the Clyde Beans and

Indian River Porto Hlcos are worth 3.00: Steamship Line can be secured of Ch... Pineapples]

I 1I'ulll1ne of Electrical Supplies. to 94.AO\ and Indian River Queen. $j,60 may be had 1 H. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, TI-
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JOHNSON LAW CO. to 3.SO-rNew York Krultmen's G41de. the tusvllle.

4 21 South Laura St. Jacksobville, Fla. .. Favor us with a part of
RICO WALTON CALKING TOOL Is your shipments
\ A HARD A SOAP, manufactured one of !
.ii by the Florid Soap Works, the best things for boa bulldera and We won't
) Take "Notice. Jacksonville will be found on sale by i Mica yachtsmen; price $...0I1( and $3 00 each. ask you to continue If others beat us.

Carroll' Goldsmith, Tltasvllle; E. L. ( For sale st Jas. Priichard A t\ou'\ .. ----------
Is Plaoo, organs Singer sewing machines Tltusvllle Fla.TITUSVILLE'S. '
Brady A Co., J. K. Grltman, nod Wilson
;; and ten other kluds on hand for The Oldest Established .t*.
& Flyc, Miami; Morrison & Smith, Grain and Seed House In the 8t
i s cash or on time. Cheaper than any and W. Q. DePass 'f : Axle ,
Daytona Ormond -
house. Nedl and parts for all makes. ; TRAINS. P UM

For bargains,.writ J. A. EIUCKSON3 -, 1 1J N -
j ? J mo. DeLand, Fla. The following are the times of arrival Wen-:: -A. Sours: cSs Cq
Wedding; Stationery.The Grease and departure of passenger. trains to SlId
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I r TRY RICO, A HARD WATER SOAP, from Titusvllle' :
GRAIN
manufactured by the Florida Soap ADVOOATX: having received a nice SOCT. *BOUND. HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Lora ,
Tltusvtll Miami
for and
Work. For. sale by Carroll, & Gold. lot of the latest type and stationery, la intermediate potute.goRrreoc.D. .at:]:W p.m.
h smith. now prepared to execute on short notice .... that makes your Flour
Grits.
hI ;.. Wedding Invitation, Announcements, -= horses Leave TlluaTlll for Jacksonville at 1:40: p.... --5 Meal and Fertilizers
I ,\ tv- Reading notice ad.,:on this page and Ladlee' vislUngcards. Give us your glad. and IntermediaM point aMI 112 East
Street
3 : H Tttnavllt for .a" r:110 Bay JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i are live cents per line per week. orders. tleaforol LID 1
ArrivesTit..vlllefrom "I::ep.m Agts. for Purina Feed.
.( ,; '6 Warehouse on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Syste.





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