Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00353
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: June 28, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00353
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS rar- Deed blanks sold at this office -Are you going; to paint? See G, F. What has become of our South STEAMER COMAL AGROUND AMONG THE HOTELS.

Puddlson'a ad on 4th pageITave Rock ledge correspondent? -
Please write us whenever you fall to i'

Snd Topic* of General Interest receive the ADVOCATE. our pineapple] !growers no slips -Mr. and :Mrs: II. E. Baker have. The Mallory Line steamship! ComalCapt Where to stop along the East Coast.1

or suckers for sale this season? moved from New Smyrna to Tltusville, Young, bound from New York to See list of hotels on 7th page.; n
Mr. Geo. :M. Wright, of Boston, was
THE ADVOCATE in town on Monday and Tue day. -Job Printing of all kinds executed -Dr. Oeo. W. Holmes, of City Point, morning Galveston at, went Jupiter ashore about early two Sunday: miles; The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all \ l

at the ADVOCATE office. Send your order.Mr. was a visitor to town this morning.If ; the bUilt hotels In New York city. I J
In advance. rebullder south of the Life Saving Station.
$1.50 per annum, Thco. Dayman, piano tuner, :
$1.00 six months .. Eau Gallle. Write him when in need.. R. W. Rhodes was on the sick you want good results, you will Capt. C. R. Carlln keeper of the stntlon Manager O.r.. Frisbee of the Prospect 4

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. list the first of the week, but is now able And the ADVOCATE an excellent dyer organized a voluntuor crew, i-onnUt house, Shelter: Island Heights, L. I., Informs -
-Mr. N Erickson, of Daytona, was a to be out again.; Using medium. lug of Messrs. J, A. Wells, Graham \V' us that ho has opened\ house it
pleasant caller at this office on Monday Chas. W. t'arlln and JHS. A, Armour the 'i
King I
[Then yon subscribe for the Anvo- afternoon.Mr --Miss Louise Powe the owner of an 'Attorney W. Hocker, oi Ocala arrived In summer ,
Jr and went ta her relief tin t
TB by the year it does not cost you orange grove at Rockledge, Is now In In town yesterday to nttend to some Mr. Chna.. A. Merritt formerly of Hotels -
jrce cents per week, postage included. M. S. Jones Jr., left bare, yesterday Boston, Mass. law matters before! Judge; M. S. Jones surf boat. The steamship was hard Placlde and Hathbun, Jacksonville,
head flbout half mile froir
to spend a couple of days or so on aground; on,
date of Is now managing Hotel Lexington, Richmond I
ote expiration printed upon I his place at Klondike. ,-Mr. F. W. Lyman, who spent the THE NOBBV, NEW OXFORD, FOR the bonch. She had grounded at high Va. Mr.; Mrrillt hItS ten; of the
week. This y
|ur paper or wrapper every Ladles hAnd ( water and appeared to bo there to utiii (
winter at Georgians now sojourning ; turned nt .1.111I.l ) ,
Jacksonville with him In his RichI
a receipt your money. '
at Kenosha WIs. R. W. ItiiuDics, Tltusville. when the tide wont out and her waterline
to send receipt for subscription. Seam:: Men's Slips, at loomed Her took mond hotel.

Lo date: glrelit to you. KHODKH, the Clothier, Titusville.Mr. -Take note of the ad. of Jacksonville's -Mr. F. A. Barnes and the Misses things; easy, being up. assured|passengers by the officers Hotel Coquina Ormond-by-Sea will be i
well-known seedsman-Mr. L. Cameronon Alice E. and Clara L. Guild, of Winter
W. G. Frlnk, of Bonaventure, that there was no danger! open for guests this summer Fine fish't
r III!: EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is onJa left, Saturday last, for Albany, N. Y., our 8th page. Park, who have been on a trip down Indian Captain Cm'tin and his crow ran a big I ; log;, bathing, Mailing and dilvlng. Rates

AC the following news-stands, at fin but will return in a fortnight or so. Attorneys I 01>o. A. Worley. of Miami, River, left for home this morning. anchor out Into deep water, and tried] to (4 per day, $S to $12 per week. Further

Its per copy : and U. C. Chllllngsworth, of West Palm Judge M. S. Jones. was taken 111 with kedge the steamer off on several high, particulars of 1) B. Matlumun Manager; ,
-Itusvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. -Mr F. E. Bond, of the Bond Lum Beach, were In town on Monday. an attack of cliolora-moi on :Saturday: ; 1 tides. without success, until about 3 Hotel Coquina, Ormond, Fin. *
J. B. Screven. ber Co., passed through here, Monday, o'clock after 200!<
night; last but we are pleased to note he Tuesday
route to Palm Beach and Miami. WHITE KID LADIES' SANDALS, Manager raham, of Hotel Biscayne
Jacksonville Duval hotel. of bunker coal had been thrown
Is nearly all right again; at this writing.; tons
New Stook 'uat received at Miami was Monday's\ southbound
News stand Union depot to lighten her the steamer slowly
-The Line Co.'s over ,
Clyde :Steamship: ;
Tltusville. home from visit
R. W. RHODES, -Two fine, thorough-bred polnteipups passengers, en route a d
around and off until her
began to swing
agency is at the ADVOCATE office, Titus- arrived here from to Palatka Jacksonville and Atlantlo
-Editor E. O. Painter of the Florida j on Tuesday could drive her shoed into deep ,
ville where aeCUl'eJ'ollervatlona.Capt. ,
you can
Reading notice ads. are ten cents Wed- Green Cove Springs-one for Dr. E. E lleach. Mr. Graham Informs us he will

line on this page. .James Pritchard bas bad a new nesday's Agriculturist southbound, was a passenger train, en on route to Hoiins! and the other for Mr. L.: C water.When afloat the Comal was found to keep his hotel open nil the summer.

ecure your reservations over the steel Aermoter windmill and tower erected Brannlng.Mr! be uninjured, and provided on her voy- Manager L. W. Maxson, of the Kent

yde Line at the ADVOCATE office, Tl- at the west of his residence this week. Miami.Mr. former well- -!! W. J. Tucker, of' Fort Pierce, nge Immediately. Captain Young warn house and cottages, and the Waldemore

Mile.Mr..' -Attorney Geo. M. Robbins and Master .resident Qeo. F.of Ensey Tltusville, to passed through here, yesterday, on her very grateful to the Mf Savors, who, and cottages, Lakewood N. Y., sends usa ?
up where she will\ with the exception of Jim Armour who noatly-goUon-up folder of his
Rufus Robbins who had been spend. way to Wllllamsbunr, Ky., very
M. W. Eatman of St. Augustine, town from Tropic to spend a day or so,
and Wed- ing a day or so at Miami returned home spend the better part ot the summer with had to stay ashore after Sunday to curry houses and grounds which appear to ba
a in town part of Tuesday' on Saturday.Mr. on Wedpesday.Mr. / bar daughter Mrs. H. H. Tye, who was the mall had stood by him and rendered beautifully situated upon Lake Chau-

pday. Winston Brannlng assistant- recently married at Fort Pierce. such service as A salvage company would taugua, N. Y. ,
Tax Assessor J. F. Woolen, of E. W. Simmons Jacksonville, cashier of the Indian Hirer State Bank, have claimed half the vessel and cargo
It has been to the ADVOCATEthat
coa, has been In town a oouble of days has accepted a position In the dry goods Titusville, has been on the sick list fora >Judge.1.B.Gainesoneof Leesburg'i for. The crew was partly made up of whispered! of the
As week. store of Mr. Julius Kline, vice Mr. 1.. while this week. prominent attorneys, was among the former surf men mho had manned the Mr. Leonard Gill, manager
Bale, resigned. pleasant callers at this office yesterday, Jupiter station under Captain Cailln before Clarendon Inn Seabreeie, I II to have the
llODES( TITUSVILLT5 WILL SELL -Mr. Geo. B. Count, of Enterprise, to subsoil for the ADVOCATE He arrived house of management of Hotel Colonnades, Sea-
b'ou a strictly All Solid Leather Men'sfhoe -Secure reservations via Clyde Line who has been at Cocoa for a week or two, at the Indian River hotel yesterday bout It five was changed; to Had a It been refuge LifeSaving ; breeze, next winter t'jllfo Mr. James P.Vlnlng. .

for $1.50.Attorney steamers, between Jacksonville New made a flying visit to Titusvtlle and return and will leave for home to-day. Station years ago.last the a of tho'Greylook hotel, Williams-
Sunday patrol
York and Boston, at the ADVOCATE :: :: town Mass.
C. W. Stevens, of Tampa, office, Titusville.JIIr. on Wednesday Messrs Geo. W. Sooble 'Jr., Fred 8co would have warned tbU steamer of her resigned

i been in town a couple of days or sot -Mrs. R. C. Sorlmgeour has a forceof bie and Robert Burns who have beenon danger when she !got so close In, and prevented i The Hygola hotel, Block Island R.'I.,

| week, attending to law matters. Geo. C. Floyd, general freight painters at work, giving her house on a cruise along; the East Coast as far her grounding; ;, which came near under the management of Messrs. R. F. b

agent; of the F E. C. R'y was among Washington avenue Tltusville, a coat as Key West, for the past two months,, to costing several hundred thousand dol- Randall and W. R. Champlln, Is 'just i }
I Capt. E. S. Coutant,keeper of Mos- Tuesday's southbound passengers, on a of paint-Inside and out. returned home on Wednesday, and report lars, and possibly, mauyllvell.PANAMERICAN about to open for the season In full
Ico Lagoon House of Refuge, was invn trip south as far as Miami. having bad a most enjoyable cruise blasts One of the managers, Mr. Champ
two this week visiting -When want to know the addresses i
a day or you
Ito Is well known to at Rookledg
former resident many
-Mrs. Harry Budge, of dad live merchants blossoms used the EXPOSITION.
atlvesMr. our prominent -The orange by and other plnoes on Indian River
of Tltusville, accompanied by her two in Tltusville, always read theADVOCATE'S bride'at the wedding of Mr. St. Elmo
|- .-August DIesner left, lest !boys John and Harry, passed through; ; J
advertising columns.A Massengale, at Atlanta on Wednesday Mr. J. D. Price, one of the managers of
i 1st. Augustine: where he has aooeptedosition here, Saturday last, en route to Rochester were kindly sent from the Mr. Fred PfAlfer, commissioner to the Hotel Ormond, Ormond, Fla., and the C
In the boiler works of the F. N. Y., ,to spend the summer with party of our young people had a of evening Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of Tltusville grove above-named exposition whom an Air Mount Pleasant ]house, White Mountains
watermelon at Turnbull hammock, VOOATK reporter met at Hotel Coquina,
C. relatives. party
Ry. N. H. has north to Join Mr. '
Mr Brown Is not only an orange grower gone
last Saturday night. They report more Orotund, the first of the week, spoke
Mr. Frank Dnren left here, Wednes- Mrs.Chas. A. Merritt and Miss Stella mosquitoes than enough there. of considerable experience, but Is the warmly of the beauties Pan-Amer John Anderson In the White Mountains.Mrs. .

y, for Llthla Springs,Ga., where he Merritt, of Jacksonville, who have been up vice-president of the Indian River State ican. He states that the crowds are Price and Master Hubert accompanied -
eels to remain a month or more for spending a few weeks with- relatives and -Dr. and Mrs. Ch a. Hill, who have Bank, Tltusvllle; and president of the, growing larger and that the exhibit from him. There will soon be a big

I beaHh. friends in Brooklyn, N. Y., expect to been spending several months at their Bank of Bay Biscayne, Miami. A letterto Florida I I.* greatly, admired. There are rush of summer tourists at the Mount

-Mr..Murry. Mls. blurry and Miss Join Mr. Merritt, at Richmond, Va., Indlanoln place, left for their summer the ADVOCATE, yesterday, from Atlanta many things of interest In the exhibit I'leasanihuuso.
about the 1st of July. home at Scranton, Pa., on Wednesday. the bride and gloom were
futon, of Sanford were guests of the says from different purls of the State, but hIs The following Invitation Is being sent
plan River hotel, Tltusville, from Mon- -Mr. W. P. Hatcliett one of West -Mr. Harvey Tom II nlIOn. a former much planned with ,the orange; bUmsoms,, on llle Idust Coast. thin week' lookingfor out to a large number of people) through ;

until Tuesday.Rev. Palm Bench's prominent merchants, passed resident of Tltusville, la spending the which ate very 'baud to get at this time mote exhibits And to what port| of out the State: "Seabreeze. Florida (City s y

through here on Tuesday, en rnjte to summer In England, having recently arrived I of year. the State could hit go for a liner collection Beautiful). You are cordially Invitedto
J, A Hughes; wife and child- Orlando. He returned home, Wednesday in Liverpool after. pleasant voyage than Is to be had along the East this opening of the Breaknrs-by-tha-

t, left here Wednesday, for Gilder- night, having stopped 6tt at TiiuK- I>...lh of B. C. I>
I've, Ct., and other places north to vllle a sboit. while, to see his many old resident Mr.. Pfeifer Informed that lie would at eight p. m. H. L. Koo..e..p.rlfer.proplletur .. ,
Thomas -
|nd the summer, -Mr. R. a prominent at Melliounr Eden and Jensen; and 0. A. Pacottl, manager"
friends.Mr.. of Thomasvllie. Ga., on Wednesday Mr. ]t. C. Doom, of luka, Kv. who slop ;
Wll. months probably aUo at Ankona, Little River We acknowledge receipt of an Invitation.All .
of Dr.
: Wilson
'Ir. Leon
son \ about
visit to sister Urs. E H. came to TltiiHvlllu two ago
and Mrs. L. Bale, who have beenin paid a his ,
and Ualll He will from
Kllu start a car
left here Tuesday last, for Derby town a few weeks left here, Tuesday, Wiley,1 who Is a !guest of the Indian River suffering; with consumption, died on this and the olil landmarks and haunts of .;
Jacksonville the end of week
tin., where he has accepted a positionh for Palatka, where Mr. Bale will\ go Into hotel at this place. Mr. Thomas leaves Wednesday morning about 830. Deceased : Miami and ,plaoo' Charles Dickens are slowly but surely

the I bterling:: Piano OOA: the dry goods! business on his own account for home to-day. was about 40 your of age.. lieu will therein begin all loading contributions at forwarded, to being don away with. Another ancient
West had no relatives present at MM death u hostelrl In London I tll to be demolishedthis
-Mrs. W. T. Clarke, of Palm Mr. and Mrs. Bale have already
-t>r. R. M. Mason, a well-known den- Mm at she last named point. The car
icu who has been visit to her made friends In town and they but his brother-In-law, Mr Herring, of summer-th* Black Bull Inn, Hoi-
on a many tist of Sanford, has been at the Indian will atop only at West Palm. Beach, and!
Ither, Mr. ToungH, ,of Sanford, stop. regretted to see them leave. River hotel, all of the week attending Dexter, Ky., Is expected here to-day.r-o make no other stop between there and born, In the) oily It wa there that
bin affairs and have his tlflrlj
see after Dickens laid the aaeoo of the nursing ex-
over here a short while Tuesday, to He will\ leave for New Jacksonville. There will be good exhibit s serienoes
of patients.
-We acknowledge receipt a photograph The deceased and
her home shipped to Kentucky of Mrs Gamp Betsy Pilgg.; ;
[ way of Mr. Wm., A. Cozurt, captain of }myrna Io-morrow. was fairly well to do, and Is said to have from Melbourne sent to Jacksonville It has existed for more than UIX years,

-Mrs. H. Roberts, of- .Mlms, was the Newman Baseball Club, Newnan, Ga. -Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, who spent about *:-V>0) or CUM In goods to i In a separate. car, to be Included In and is now to be demolished to make s
!Saturday's northbound passen- It be seen In this office where It Las which ha In thin the cnrloMd going to Buffalo 'Irom Jack
png; can have been spending about seven or eight stock a store opened way for modern building; which, ere S
f, en route to New York and Connection been added to our picture gallery. It months at Rimkledtre, paused through town l>r. Itolllnsdld all ha could for sonvllla long, will replace all the old haunt so (,
i a visit to relatives She will relate shows Cnpt. Cozart as be appeared when here, Wednesday, en nntletotheir: oum- ihe suffer during; bin stay. In .Jown, but Mr. Pfelfer states that he has received dear to Dickens, and It might be added,
I In the fall. he knocked the fist home run ever when I be arrived here much encouragement from thus towns In
mer home at Grand Rapids, Mlch.Mr. he wa too far gone to Dickens' readers, too. ,.y
knocked of! of Murphey, of Atlanta, Ga. I lie extreme end of the East Const, and
-M>. Jas. Carnell), Ormond's well- '- Walter T. Cosby the genial and is hat !good exhibits will be sent hem The popular Maple wood, In the White
|wn guava; jelly manufacturer, Is at Among the pleasant callers at the obliging representative of the Southern TUE RAPID CALKER I every Dad* County Those having exhibits Mountain of :New Hampshire, and the yI;t,

I Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo! ADVOCATE office on Wednesday was Railway at .Jacksonville, will soon leave yacthsmnn amtboatbiillder needs. For liould ,at one communicate with Mr. Maplewowd Cottage will be under the

pre he is reported as having a splendidlay General Willis J. Hullngs, a well-known for Washington, where he tins been offered sale by'-las. PHtchard A: Son, Tltus I'felfer at Miami. Mr. 1'felfer has vlilt- same management; this season as last

of gUava Jelly, etc. and prominent and wealthy resident of a better position In the freight de. ville Fla. Price $and $3 each. ed Tltusvllle a couple of times, but lie Mr. Allen Alnslle will have.charge of the

[Editor B. B. Tatnm, of the Miami Oil City, Pa., who came,to Tltusville partment of the same company. regretted to say be was tOt Into for rxilblts Ma pie wood and Mr. Leon II, C'llley of the
the for the purpose of looking over the from that town, a* the orange; Ms pie wood Cottage There are fifteen
liopoJlti, who has been attending As..oclt-; ground with the view of making some Express Agent G. G. Howard, of this Place Your Life In..ranceVUIt. crop had been shipped, and there were fully furnished cottage In connectionwith \
Ling of (the National Press
substantial investments lie was accompanied place] left for Savannah, Tuesday. IiiHtiriince' few pineapples In that sec the hotel. The Maplawood golf
TIe Mutual Life very grown:
at Buffalo, N. Y., passed through by Mr. J. F. Wooten, of Co- my he went off to get; ,marilej. Mr. J, tion.\ )fro Pfelfcr will return to Buffalo' course Is considered ODe of the finesin
b Wednesday, en route home, coa. General palings, who took a prom- P. !Stanton: of Ormond, Is occupying Mr. Co.of, New York. Wliy a/i soon as ponslbt the White Mountains, I.I 3,430 yard In

knjoyable trip. inent part In the Cuban war, Is a whole- Howard' place at the express olllce during +- length; and I I. always In prime condition
1 Dr. J. O. Scofleld of Cocoa, stopped souled and genial; gentleman, who not his absence. Mr. Stanton was express 1. Because It Is the oldest company In durimcthesummermontbsaplewood

f here, from Friday until Saturday, only numbers his friend by the thousands agent here laatyearanti leis friendsare America. MR. FLAGLER'S NORTHERN I II noted for having the driest atmosphere
kis way Jacksonville\ and Atlantic In the United Stales, but Is well pleased to see him In town again. :J. Because It could buy out any other HOME. of any summer resort

f h. From the latter place he will go and favorably known to man) of the -The ADVOCATE. office has been In company, lock stock and barrel and -
leorgla; and 'from there to places "WI!' of London and other cities In Eng the bands of the'painters furiome time have 23 million dollars left. Word comes to the ADVOCATE: from The Grand View hotel, Jacksonville,
band valuable
jib for the summer. land. Among other things the General but now It looks neat and trim, 3- Because Its premiums are less than New York that Mr. Henry M. Flagler, changed on Monday, this Goo. W. t
from 'Mr.
Is connected with the United Land Co., both Inside and out. The Eagle Clothing any rival company. the well-known and esteemed multi-mil- property passing
We want to draw the attention of out the 4. lieoaiise It guarantees more In cash !Smith: to Mr. B. W. Sperry, proprietorof
while bought
who. a short ago, ; Store and the B. R. Wilson & !Son's: Ions!re and Standard Oil Co. magnate,
readers the Eastt the Duval hotel! .Jack oDV\l\ .. The
numerous along of the defunct for policy If want to sell It
landed interest you
immense In the building havealso your of Palm Beach Kla. bas been having his
same :, ,
drug store.
and throughout the state In gen than other sale price was .pINN which I III considered -
of Philadelphia. after the 3rd: any !
fission Land Co., been treated to a coat of paint. W* year, country residence at Mamsroneck prepared -
to the advts. of the live and ener- to be a bargain. Th. location of the
business men who are bidding for RHODES, TITUSVILLE, IS STILLSelling understand others In town will soon fol- 5.company.Because it ,,1Il1end you more moneyon for hi* occupancy Mr Flagler'sresidence property at the northwest corner of For-

pro of your patronage in the columns the "Mother's Friend" Boys'Shirt low suit, and Improve the appearance of your pulley, after the 3rd year, than Into the Is Sound on a piMM whrohthelate of land projecting J, Feni- aytb and Clay streets, I.I a good one, the

.ie ADVOCATE.: If you are In need !: Wast In a ;ot. percale at 40cts. their respective places.A any other called "Satan's To sod lot having/ frontage of 21J5 feet on Foray
: *
ny particular line of goods, the pink: NEW for OF BATHING SUITS; 6., Because it reuses to Insure* sickly more which Cooper others call "1cvil''roe.'! This th street, and extending back the l

r will tell you the best place to buy A Child n'. Part,. Also Odd Trunks at 1.1 eenu people or Impaired live, a* do some tine boos ha recently been enlarged depth of a block, 200 feet. Tb Grand r
Read the the Clothier Tltusville. View hotel was erected by Mr. Smith in {'
ads. RHODES: other companies. '
and ronovsted at a cost of over $7.\l>0<).
7. Because It* dividend are ALWAYS 188J: It being a three-story cottage at
I ARE FOR delightful the beautiful
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS Mrs. Geo. M. Robblns gave a very Among Improvement a that time. Five later Mr. Smith
P Bon Bon Men's Underwear, as swimming and lawn party to the Notice.' greater than those of other companies. muato-room has been added, sod the year
8. Because It ha* paid, to date, 4:1: mil- began; the erection of the present main R f
ooth These baa been mail larger..
as silk In texture.: are children of some of our townspeople, dining-room that
parted French goods, and $1.00 buys There were about Hops dollars In dividends, more to policy Mr. PtaitUr accompanied by bl.Seer.- building, which wa completed
yetlterd.yaft.rnoon. Jane and for the season of
TLA. 19 other same year, opened
Trrcf/viLLK tbsn
holders any company.
|utt at and appwired to have Mr. J.C.Batter; stenographer
they ary
thirty present know-that I have 9. Because Its assets are million of dollar left 187-88.: 1Is I Mr. Hperry's Intention
RHODES: the Clothier, Tltusville. themselves to their heart's con I wish the public to Mr. Boyce, recently Paint Beach for
enjoyed other that the name of the hotel remain unchanged. -
and all than the asset
basinets larger any
old oat my photograph New York, where they are DOW staying;
will be
tent. The Grand View remodeled
_________ my negative to Major F. U.Taylor, who company.
Bicycle For Sale. will It on ID the future. In our 10. Because It* Income la much larger and renovated; new furniture ;
for Sale.W.J.TUCK.B. carry Wanted A Colored Woman.. added and tb.
Fox Terrier close* association of the past few months than thai of any other company. and furnishings wilt be '
r sale, at a sacrifice a $75.00 Colum- I feel confident that I can recommend. 11. BecauMjt has paid 10 thalnlesa almost new. fox terriers for sale, very dollar topolleybolder* In death Colored woman to do chamber work respect. Tb. work on the hotel 1'
Bicycle Two English : him to my heretofore patron as a esire> nor will I
Box 42: fiDe dog.-Jack and Gill. Will sell for ful and conscientious workman who claim, cub values, dividends, eta, wash and Iron for. restaurant, wages 'I l'\ completed by the and of September -
Stuart, Fla. and do satlsfact thavaay other company. per month. and will be ready for guests on or
$:JO the pair. will\ endeavor to please
II. JoHKsrotr.Fort .
about the let of October. Mr. 8perry
ory business, M he baa bad several 14. Because It Is a strictly Mutual! eompaov -
Fort Pierce, Fla. and Is and policy shares wjluublyIn Pierce, Ha will still continue the management of
11 at yean' exp rl ooa la the art, no every
H. Whlpple'f, Eden the Duval and ba also manage the
DOYleI am also confident you will the. profits earned-being paid just may Hi

advertising medium, na bold him la M high regard M yoo have ,..&o&I.hat hi.policy ha.earned-no Empty Sugar' and Rice Barrel' Grand View or lease It. As a hotel manager I

for your Ladles' Shoos, handles 7 As aa beat the been kind enough to express) of myself, ftorv* BO )I.<>.. Mr. Sperry ha an excellent reputation ?
doni The; al.4 Gentleman' and paper on the East Coast can trial'adr., I If given the opportunity of proving his Cads WILCOX, J. W. CoHtrxn: For sal*. Address, / and thai the Grand l View hotel

[Shoos of the best make In fact, ADVOCATE. Give us a worth. Yours truly, I G.a ral Agent. Agnt. WALTER. A. Mooas, will do a ** the coming season
paper1 foregone
rill find better articles than are kept and be convinced of the pink .; 17-20 W. M. WooDw&ED.F Jacksonville FU. Ban OallU, Via 8 Georje SC, Charleston, 8. C. la almost a ooncluslun. i

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1i r } 2 EAST COAST ADVOCATE JUKE 28: 1901.II __

L ';, j AILlN tOf\{ \\hlfh.proposed, I 10111 a law triad: t l : MiNc.Look: ,, H-ft-XTUE :BROS.124012J8 ,

,''I J.N ''P new pnlltlenl 1 i I
fn"es anything vine. ( West Adams Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I JfclfSINt:5Sf()(\ salaries appropriation of 'a lot ua today.your mirror Take

rtumme All such! bills :,: .ii I a last look at Liquor and Wine Merchants

;: > Miss Barber IM your gray ,
of ','
town nair. It surely
-\tI\ tX De ma ce father. T B be Oldest house 'In the city.

j OdetA7QuAtHi postmaster In the may last if of Lemps'' St Louis j

second term. you want Wholesale Distributors Beer e ,
office, but lost It .

Thrown before upon her <- l ffAR$ youneetfn'tkeep; OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES:

t' e 11 YSAnwtnAfLA. anti. with on ambition > I gray &r Call or send for Prices.

than a clerk" or n 'J hair a week longer than ,
to St. IXMIH| with ] 'you wish. There's no -

tion to Will In m ) guesswork about 'this ; I : IA.RRY: :: :: :MA.sON: : ::; Cc

DJtL. CZri tbf Ouo
ment association To re- -Importers and Wholesale Dealers In-

-,---- ,. ,.,..r meat which led storecolor .
W. ,
secretary ment. But It to 'ke IZT Wines Liquors and Cigars
good use-
PRCr- the big wen at : : 'Hairor Forn.Cla1o P'Uro B..yo.
ize she could do
If MOTER OF THE, CAUSE. ambitious men (' Afterusing Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District! of JCcntuc In. aged
-- --- vain for the I it heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration. Thi8go, '

R' Mine Itrlln C. Hnrlior IIn. Done Muchto for two are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and are rcganleilbj: :

Spri'iul the Comicl of IllaltvrayImpro You fool)better or three weeks notice how medical faculty an superior to all others for the use of Invalids.
0 .... ...
-ller Ulrtliuilii of Cum bine, you enjoy !!
I palltnlnur Good Oruunlsvr. got more much younger you appear FEUNDALE RYE Is put up In plain cases containing no marks wli.iu\i, JTQ'

a* force out of what ten years youngerat FULL QUARTS In'each case, and dellvertd to you, all charges( ,prepaid' u ue, .'
One of the most Interesting figures In least. '
p bine makes you lowing prices per case:
the national good roads and Improvement cheerful. Price Ayer's Hair Vigor also Ferndale A, 7 years old 1, $3.20. Ferndale, A A, 8Ji years old, f:ll:,711.,

convention held recently at Chicago cures 'dandruff, prevents Ferndale A.A A, 10 years old, $4.20. Money refunded Is not entirely Mtstj|
was Miss Hello C. Hasher lit her In a hurricane : falling of the hair makes

.1 I official capacity an secretary of the Interstate hour the pressure hair grow, and is a, splendid HARRY: : : MASON: <& co.

Good l Rands and l Public Improvement surface U 31 hair dressing.It State Agents.JACKSONVILLE': 301-307-300-8ir\Vest Bay Street, Mason Block.

association\ read a report cannot help but do FT.01)1) ,
Mothers who
which told of the educational and
In good health these things, for it's a
cruHodlng! : work that was performed several states! last year, but there was with White's fed FOR
well it cannot help $3.20. .
d a more Intimate and personal side to 25 cents.
her'varied experiences as a good roads grow:
It makes the scalp Sent to us by Express, poetof ice order or New York Exchange) "e
promoter which the convention as a Summer send you by Express, CHARGES PKEPAIp,
healthy and this cures
body did not learn."I .
have been engaged In this ,work To Boston, the disease that causes FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
for three yeaus," Mlsa IIarber said to timore ''dandruff.S .
Ocean View
an Inquirer. "During that period I the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
mouth as offered 1,00. bottle. All drUIfIfI....
have visited a dozen states and traveled -
Lino Hallway are "1\1)1..11' wan coming out badly I ,
4 over 10,000 miles. Last year alone I From \ !)! but Ayers Hair Vigor' stopped| the Calhoun Pure
4 traveled some (1,000 miles and, aa I Providence; $43.80 ; : falling and bus nmila my hair very Rye Whisked;
thick and much darker than before.I
hope, planted the seed for good roads to Baltimore: $ !; think there U nothing like It for ,
in many parts of the 12 states I visited .20 to Old\ Point) I I the list?." CoitA M. LrA, We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES no mama to Indicate contents (which will volment. ] all en
namely Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Virginia Beach Al.rl123,1800. "rrpw,I.T.Writ. .) when you get It and tent It If It la not satisfactory, return It at OUR EX1' :SSBYOllr i
refunded ThIs Whiskey BR .. "S,00 In
turn. Tickets on S3 20 will be cheerfully good any goods tin minWe
Minnesota Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, : / lh. _'.,. are clue- at hand and can (give you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant houses, R. I h
Wisconsin Kansas, Arkansas and Tex ing: up to Oct. 31st been doing' badness"ln'thrirriryani( tthe"Ba"ine"irtanafor over 15 YEARS, ana an"to onf
If yon d" not obtain all the henefltayou
slon rates apply desire from the u 0. of this Vigor, POJsSmiiCl'rY AND RWUTATlOJf for honest dealing,we refer yon to any merchant here, cr|
as. steamer only. write the doctor about II. Addrcia, the editor of this paper. .
"In some state capitals they have Florida points. ' UiU J. C.AYER,Lowell, Mau. SOLOMON & LEVI,

called! me a lobbyist, to which I an- Florida points and ; 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
ewer: 'Yes I am a lobbyist. I was and evening AU.I
P.-O. Box No.. 33. ,
reared as a politician and have associated For any

with politicians from my cradle Donnell, A. G. P. FREE. BLOOD, nn up. Why s110ul<1n.t I ben lobbyist?' FAN," hat to points on line* of other Express' Companies, we .prepay only to jiulnu tbfl
| An Offer Proving Faith. Southern Kipreun: Company transfers to said other Express Company. *
} 'While on this point let uie tell you Located '
of dome lobbying that fell to my lot last A little ...- Ulcers, eating gores',, cancers, scrofula,
I, Jefferson Mo. a visit to .) | Itching skint scabs and denies of eczema,
In father
City. My
year : Ss
OS: 4 S e L"'tr.IMI CO.
I aches and pains In bones, buck or joints;, <=
In his lifetime wan a politician of note There for the Brl<
i of He I syphilitic blond poison rotten gums ancchioolc SIT, a ale w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA
In Missouri, and on this account wher a cow. rheumatism, BOil| all obstinate,
ever he had been popular there was a while the! mon deep-Heiited blond troubles .are quickly
9 : I
1 nor of qncxtlons. cured bv/taklnir: : a few large" bottles of
ed that the long/ Y."j Rotor Ic Blood Balm We challenge tbe
the cow's head world for a cane of blood disease that
t little fellow knew / Botanic Blood Balm" will not cure. The
horn and n few / cures are permanent and not n patching: N,1r, Lltair
this Infurmatlon. up. Is your blood thin? :skin pale? All
i of I run down? As tired In the morning as
e when you went to bed? Pimple? Bolls? % ...cam
out to Swollen glanda or joint? Qatarrh? Putrid s i
minutes be
t Yj breath? Eruptions? Sores In mouth
N delight depleted or throat? If BO, your blood Is bad.
a claiming: ":\ Blond Balm will make the blood pure

X11I come out beret! and rich, heal every no IP, Mop!! the aches
her borusl" and pains, build up the bioken-down A
j body, and InvlgornipH, old and weak.
tnp1pa.. Botonlo Blood Balm, the only perfect
Ugly Husband ( I blood purifier made. hold at drug stores. ,
1.00 per )liupe bottle;Incilldln oompletedirectlonlll.
tied me for better
To prove our faith In Blood
Wife ( ) Balm, a trial bottle 1 given away to sutI Four Full Quarts Delivered for $3.2
posed I would I ferers. For freq trial bottle, address
Detroit Free Blood Balm Co.; Atlanta, Ga Don'thesitate 6 of the same $4.60. J 12 of the same $9.00.

I Il but write at once describing/: All goods are put in plain boxes-no marks show contenli j
I \ U Win.. lllhher trouble, and free personal medical advice up on the same to
Light wines- 1 given. Blood Balm (U. B. B.J cures Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.
t : They Inflame the when all else falls Thoroughly: tested
melting on tho for 30 years Over 3,000'voluntary testimonials -
) of cured using B. B. B. !Sold by
habitants of
I' B. li. Wilson A Son, druggists '2'JjuneOl:
uRrrI'IHome.-Blr If You Have Not
NIbS KU.LA, HAIUJKU. Lytton. ,
friendly feeling for me. First I called Towers' Hardware Co
on former Governor Stone and obtained

from him letters of Introduction tot ... .

: 1 '; state.some of After the blujjost tile: legislature politicians convenedthe of the A Girl Found What You Want.,

committee on roads. and highways 1
lr d turned I me down three tlmea, I was of For a Home suppose you take a trip down and l tool tl

V course, working for the adoption of a Fruit aud Garden Lands along the
good state Old bill. Each time! the com.mlttee'll \\lieh

stereotyped! plan to get rid of East Coast

L me or !put me ol'twaa\ to go Into executive ,
session. At the third attempt 1

11 l aid: Settlers are flocking In but still\ there .I la room. If J' |
j 'Gentlemen. If you get rid of me Gill .. looking this way drop'a line to
1; { this time you'll haw to throw me out. < ,,

ft I will not go voluntarily.: . JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Pretideal
"They wore too chivalrous to throwme Will "go" until < < "
out bodily, so they had to meet me he's doing rather : .'" FLORIDA! EAST COAST IVY,
half way. They had CO or GO bills on often the future ,, : ... ST. AUGUSTINE, F
laying the . _
'11 the good 'roads proposition, out of uuhappliioa. < < "
which by a process of assimilation they when there U '
**>- <- -
\ r-w-7'\y
r finally got one good bill which was reported womanly ill, then < '
; I and ndoptnl. It has been declare owes to herself is
: I d by experts to be one of the best ail menU. Poultry Netting at Factory prices NineHERBINE.

,I. state aid) bills yet passed In this coun The use! of Dr. 12 in. 18 In. 21 In. 30 In. 48 In. 00 in. .
i try. scription in canes
"In all our object lesson roadmaklng will Insure a and 72 In. wide. A large stock on band i

', the first .step ban been to adapt ourelrr .- health. It re){ Building Material Sash Doors Blinds of
i unhealthy drama, ,
: .* to local conditions. Ity this I and ulceration! Pure Juices from Natural Roo
mean chiefly that we experimented ness. It makes Paints and Oils.! Cook Stoves. all
with the kind of materials to be found sick : the
( women well. PLOWS OF EVERY
: C ECUIATES the Live Stomach and
i In the different communities ready tocur Sick women are Tinware ,
1( hand.never For talk-example stone .roads.In Illinois becausethe 'wecouM correspondence Pierce, by letter l House Furnishings; Implements, Etc. PeopleSuffer Cleanses the System Purifies the Blooi D

confidential. In Write for
atone was not to be had. It was prices baying.
1 Inviting murder to talk stone roads In over slsted.of by medical hid stall Opened with nil stock: at old stand. CURES Malaria Biliousness Constipatj!
38 East
some Illinois communities. Therefore has Bay Street. from ; Stomach and DigestnErenr'Botfla
we talked tiling and dirt road. In tbl physicians than half a JACKSONVILLE . FLA.Foley's a Impaired

state. At Monmouth wp built one of Dr. K. V. Pierce, Guaranteed
tbe !finest pieces of tiled dirt roads they w. will drop you. a ( ; Honey and Tar DiseasedLiver. Satisfaction.

i&. ever bad there.! In Iowa roudltlonp know Annie Ih.l 8t ph I ad M. of : : heals lungs and stops the cough. Xa. C3Lom HO TTx..e: _:BooItA.oXoVO
4 were much tbe sam as In Illinois ex* V>. M fcclllkea. new ; ) Price, GO C.nt .
tKMUee of Povorlte
1 a ept that In big mining communities, OotdM Mfrdical XH WANTED-Tru.tw..nb1 mm and women to
I H we urged the use of cruder In road ache now, and ua. ; : wild.. and flnmnoial advertise atandlnR.for old estahlibed bona PrtparH by JAMES t'. BAUARO, St. Look, MO
Salary tree a
t building. Everywhere!: our plan was to .bwriarHfown. no mwlictae pm like l> $ .zpnuea, all payable la c* n. No...0,wear......
talk for tbe Improvement of local condition Dr. Pierce' mat. required.. Give refe.and encloM ....It.rd..J -
it mpel envelope. Address
i t' and not alarm the people about Adviser in paper I Ca&toD Bldg.Chicago aug98ALVEJ fine
taxes receipt of at : Job Work Quickly Execiit
;a I, J "'the Illinois itate aid hill, wblcb I i venae of mailing I BANNER

w.. { lobbied t Springfield and Pierce Buffalo, N. ...
I ,alpft. .- lire mo t....lIna..tv*In the worM. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.


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:M.ATTORNEY. ROBINS, CoM Mar] L... Seer Than It* Ship of n/lothers. now It Mar! R* Lard to Alleviate the Some ReasonsWhy
meat bF Rail III. ol :Mankind.
S. S. S. is a combination of roots
William II. Moore, president of the As a deultfilce common unit may ln .
AND COUNSELOR and herbs of great curative powers. ---- You Should Insist on Having
National Good UomU association. In a relied eta liy Its judicious imi- (tht-
AT-LAW. and when taken into the circulation What suffering frequently results
recent interview the outlook for teeth white the Kurd
on are kept gums EUREKA HARNESS OIL
searches out and, all
removes mannerof
|jll practice In State and United States good roads en id-: from a> tnother'a Ignorance ; or more and .the breath 8"'t..t'bt'u the gums other. 1
poisons from the blood, withoutthe Unequaled by any
from. mother's neglect to
Court. All the loading railroad men! of the frequently are spongy, the month should be washed RemlerH hard leather soft.
least shock or harm to the system.On .
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA.L. the contrary, the general health country and the best citizens of every properly Tradition Instruct her" wom daughter. n must I suffer out twice a. day with salt and w'ater. Especially prepared. I 1
State Indorse our planltoStuyvl'sant Keeps out water.
begins to improve from the first dose and women are so taught. I
Fish, president ol the Illinois young Warm salt and water held In the A heavy bodied oil.
GAULDEN, for S. S. S,is not only a blood purifier, There is a littlo.truth and a great dent
but aft excellent tonic, and strength. (Central Is cooperating with us to of exaggeration In this. If... young mouth will sonietluies banish toothache HARNESSAn )

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ens and builds up the 'constitution win the active assistance of all the big woman suffers severely! she needs treatment and at leant make the iffllctlon excellent preservative.

while the blood of railroads. and her mother \should see that lighter while It Is both safe and easyto t
ITIH practIce In all the Court. of the State purging impurities. .the Reduces cost of you harness.
Florida, and the United States Courts. S. S. S. cures all diseases of a You would hardly credit statement abe gets it. try. Never burnt the leather its ,

.O Box.93II. TITC8VTLLB, FLA. blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula but It Is a fact that the cartageof Many mothers hestate( to talce their Again equal parts of a'uui anti salt Efficiency is increased.<<;

Money to Loan. 18 Rheumatism Chronic Sores and produce and merchandise last year daughters to a phytilclaji for examination or e\eii salt nlone placed ou a piece( of best titrrvice.
but mother need hesitate to Stitches
Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis Salt cost $.; .OOO.OOO more than their sulp- write: freely no about her daughter or cotton wool and inserted In the hollow kept from breaking. I

J. WEBB, Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles, meat by rail. herself to Mrs. IMnkham'a Laboratoryat of an aching tooth will often give relief OIL

e and is an infallible-cure and the only In other words, the statistics! accumulated Lynn 1\1 a....., and secure from a when other moans have fulled. 13 sold in allLocalities

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, antidote for that most horrible disease, by President Fish show that woman the most efficient advice without Tit allay neuralgic pains In the head
Blood while railroad freight charges for the charge. and face take a small bug of flannel MsniVaMnr.4.lkrl
fWlll practice In the Courts of the 7th Contagious Poison. .Bd.rd Oil CmirMr.If j
i-cult. Taxes paid for non-residents A record of nearly fifty years of post year footed up a total of $717.000 till with salt, heat thoroughly and apply

1 rents and accounts colleoted. successful cures is a record to be proudof. 000, the coot of cartage to farmers and r to the affected. part.

S. S. S. is more popular today producers generally: was IW7.0OO.OOO. rr'i A bag of salt placed hot to the feetor ,_

ruBYii.x.K, FKOIUDA. than ever. It numbers its friends by The Inevitable query Is, Why Is this any portion of the body Is better forgiving Von Are Ooliijr, North

the thousands. Our medical correspondence so? and keeping warmth than Is the I ,

D. PENNEY, is larger than ever in the You cnn find the' answer In the primitive conventional brick or hot water bottle. rates This tlmtaie summer! offcied, see the by special the excursion Seaboard

history of the medicine. Many writeto condition of the road throughout Salt placed on the gum when a tooth Air Line Hallway tn the principal resortsIn j

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, thank us for the !great good S. S. S. has been extracted will prevent pro the Carolina. Virginia and the Kant,

has done them while others are seek- fuse bleeding at such a time Including Portsmouth, Old Point, Washington ,

ITOSVILI.K, FLORIDA. ing advice about their cases.! All An excellent gargle for the throat Is Haltmore) New Yoik.Pievidence,

letters receive prompt and careful simply salt and water Many serious Boston and ItulTnlo. Write A. O. Mao-
|ll practice\ In all the courts of the 7th
Judicial Circuit. attention. Our physicians have madea J I cases of throat affection might be cured Donnell, A. O. !'. A., Jacksonville, Fla.

life-long studyof Blood and Skin Diseases by the use of this alone If only
and understand such cases f iI taken In time gargling every hour or Some of our down-liver !'fInderlhave ,

I ORGAN fc LYNCH, than the ordinary practitioner who half hour, as the need warrants. forgotten the fact that this office Is fully

makes a specialty of no one disease. A flannel cloth wrung out of salt wa equipped to do all kinds of job minting.AdvertisInK t

We doing ter Is also an excellent remedy; for simple Ali I Job printing helps ,,1to
publish a newspaper worthy ot the East
of South I
Mrs. August
Loans, Notary Public.. S SS good to sufferinghumanity throughour Byron. Wl,,_, mother of the young laxly Salt sort'In throat.tepid water Is a handy emetic Const and nil wo want l I" a shore of It.

Blectlons, Typewriting, Stenography. consulting department whose portrait via here publish wrote As an antidote for the poison silver
In January 1*"), saying her daughterhad
__ ;and invite with nitrate or lunar caustic give salt and
suffered for irreg-
you to write us if you have any bloodor 'ular Menstrmtion.-had headache all water freely. KIDNEY DISEASES

skin trouble. We make no charge the time, and pain In her side* feet For poisoning by alcohol an emetic ofwarm ,
'EO. A. WORLEY, whatever for this service.THE i swelled and wait generally miserable. salt and water should be givenand

SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. M.War [From tUrprr't" Harper Weekly.A Brothan.Copyright.. 1000 by I She rec-elved I an answer promntly with repeated. often. arc the most fatal of all diseases '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. : advice and under date of March ]!IIIO.
-------- many of, the grl'UIt'lftI'O"UCJII"\ states. mother writes again that Lydia K
Brat practice In State and Federal : How to Malt Rabbit Baal, *
It consumesuluablo time and eats
upmoney link ham's Vtftt'UbleCompOtID" cured l
ourta. All business entrusted will\
receive' prompt attention of Wearlna Rlbhoo to cart produce long distancesover her daughter of all pains and Irregularity. Prepare two rabbits tame ..a for 'CEIMET9Ell.1
Among different attractive ways of these improperly constructed>tJ blgb- panning and place In a baking pan cniEV

oral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, wearing ribbons now In vogue and depicted ways, which heavy rains render well Nothing In the world equals Lydia E with a slice' of onion a small bay leaf rULE.1: u Guarantied Rioidjor .

Miami.. by the New York Herald are High IinpnsHnbltThe . Plnkham's great medU'lnefor regulating and o stalk of celery chopped line.

MIAMI FLORIDA. two taking effects as follows: railroads are so deeply InterestedIn woman's. peculiar monthly Spread plenty of butter over the game money refunded. Contains

One to be with shirt waist troubles and cook half hour. Iteinov the
worn a our scheme of Improvement becauseas an
ArES ANDREWS. remedies recognized by emi
as well as with"more elaborate bodices, conditions now stand millions of .- meat from the pun. Add two tablu

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Is a stock with two small loops at the dollar worth of, produce Is being left spoons more butter some flour and cent; physicians' as the tbesf'for.Kidney .
throat. The ends tied In four P.*.. Food. unrtl dark brown. Then add
in are a In the fields to rot. cook a and Bladder troubles.
office and postoffioe address, TITUS- In furnishing or replacing In the soil
Our be told In few words. two cups of hot (not boiling) water
Branch office plan may PRICE 5Oc. and $!.00. 'iU.
}LLE. at FORT PIEIICK. mineral or,Inorganic plant food praottc and stir and cook until smooth Add
If the appropriation of $150.000
outing Attorney for Brevard Co. we get e. has shown that. nIt a rule It suffices of worvestersblre sauce a WILSON' & BUN
a teaspoon
we shall at once construct In every .
Notary Publlo State at Large. a state mile of road. to supply three t'lempntpotasb, dosen stoned, olives and a tablespoon
a phosphoric acid and lime. Others are!' WANTK1>-.Triintworthy' innn and women in I
This sample will show three distinct chopped gherkins or capers. Place travel l unit nilvnrtlM; ,: fur: ohl .m hll.h" l hewn ofmillU
used by crops, but the amounts so used the rabbits again In the cover Hnum'lul'. itttnilliiic. CtoUrjr STWt a year and
kinds of roo.l-dlrt. and macadam.
FOSTERATTORNEYATLAW gravel are so small that the soil's store of .XI''......, all |>Hy.Ma In Cash No c.iiv mliiitrmnlr
In some of the states we will closely and simmer for 80 minutes. | break this sample mile Into quartel's.conMtructlu them Is not seriously! diminished by Arrange the meat on a hot ..platter.larDI.b ilriwiiiHl. stamped envelope| | Address Manager,
'cultivation. Potash phosphoric acid 8AA Cnxtiin 1U.11I..lhlt'.IIO.: "eaug" 1
strain the
with olives and
each In section.lu '
>ms 420 and 42J.Gardner Building a separate
and nitrogen are known as the essential -
other states we will build the mile saucevover the meat. Sprinkle a little go- Subscriber, your attention If drawn
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. as near to the capital as possible elements' of plant food from the finely chopped parsley on top. to the name-abd-date slip pasted upon
fact that It I. continually necessary to
Then with these sample roads on view, your paper or wrapper. If[ you are In

[EORGE w. ALLEN, we will employ skilled constructors to return them In available forma \If soil How'. ,toCook toe. .It.....". (trie. arrears, please" remit.
be maintained and In
talk to the farmers. We will educate fertility Take a large tablespoon of lard and \
creased.!' For many soils lime must be The Imllnu Hirer llcnl E/ftpte/
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW every community In every state to butter and let beat In a atewpan or

WEST, FLORIDA. build and drain' Its roads In the most added to thin list. small kettle When hot. stir In a Agency hits for Salts

'lit practice In the United States scientific manner The mineral constituents come originally large tablespoon of Hour. Stir until

[State Courts. 9jun05 In every cojinty of the United States, as already stated, from the smooth then add n medium sized onion I Unimproved lands from '2.00 to$215.00
rocks that form the base of the soil.
and there are 8,700 of them, the National cut smalt Cook for one minute or per acre.
They are being constantly removed by 10 Acre orange grove, near Tituayllle,
until brown Then stir In a quart of
Good Roads association will\]
( ) ()
cropping. Thus a four years' rotationof some trees boating, HM)0.
bureau of Information. These potato dice previously prepared.' Add
a R acre near Tltusvllle,
wheat barley, potatoes and hal will orange grove
COUNTY SURVEYOR. bureaus will In turn be utllclent boiling water to cook the potatoes
represented by with 10 acres of land, some bearing
remove acre approximately: \ In ad-
and legally surveyed and su b-dl vldod. Individuals In 'pocb 'of the G3.00O townships per of not quite enough to cover them, $K)0.00.( ) :
dition to nitrogen 2: pounds potash
ping neatly done. Estimates fur of the country. of acid ,Put a lid on the kf'ttlnnol let cook Orange /grove and pineapple farm, at

I kinds of engineering works. DIs-. It takes' no prophet to foretell the re- and 80 pounds phosphoric until the potatoes are don through Ml ceo.) 51'0' good burning Irons, with 1 sore

pd lines a specialty. TWO TAKING EFFECTS.: sult. Within a year the Improvementswill and a rotation of wheat oats ntangelsand and the water has (mulled quite awayHow Shelf for pines good dwellingINN1.hO., ) .
hil1..342 pounds! of potash and 83 MO of and hammock land for
u viure: > Brevard Co. FLORIDA.S be nnd felt 1 sores pine
loop bow. with pendant ends. A small seen through everyone
pounds of phosphoric acid. oranges/ and pima on It, It. south of
knot on each end makes this. a I very of the grout farming states I to Mali Crnnlirrrr l'otple.Butler .
The potash phosphoric acid and lime Sebastian River, ,800.00 p
BUR IIAY, M. D. pleasing and fluffy.effect. In Jiurnjanl manure have once been a ponelulu siewpan or kettle. House anti 41 Bores of hand beautiful

The other Is a sock, with the ends FREE RURAL DELIVERY.Good I present In the soil Absorbed by plants Put InI pint of berries..prlnkled witha river front :a miles of Eau: Oalllo. hlii0:'

SURGEON SPECIALIST, drawn to the shoulder and pinned, and the product used for tbo nourishment cup of sugar lake a pint of biscuit 7 room cottage, 111 pores of land, riverfront
after which a bow Is tied the ends of (load* Will Fl.... !. Laylna elements dough. shape Into a large ring and lay at Ueorgl.tnit. f;(d1.
of animals these are to
Ear, Nose and Throat. which are tied Individually Into small Oat th llootv.. I on the fruit In the kettle Then pour Apply at once to

PALM bowknots. A dreSsy effect suitablefor The editor of the- Iluillngton Hawkeye j, be found In the excreta minus small another pint of berries Imo and around I). It. G A lIl.lUeN. Manager.THusvllle i,
ur BKACH, FLORIDA. abstractions tof the formation of bone,
afternoon also very charming for Is of the opinion that the successof tbe cup of dough adding another cup Flw. .
etc. It Is obvious therefore that they
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carriage wear when the ends should the plan to deliver malls free In of sugar (Pour one pint of boiling
cnn be repla'-nl In the soil by applying
be left much longer.A rural districts rests largely upon the, water Into 'the center cover closely
Homes condition of the highways. lIe says: I the solid std liquid manure of the and slew steadily for 20 f minutes

irgini WORTHY SUCCESSOR. "Iowa one of the best states In the fnrm.i When done turn from the kettle on to
i Without losing sight of the many 1rEEDS!
Union, with the greatest and most secondary advantages; to be derived I a planer Serve with cream and sugar. j"j"F.rry'.5..Is

9omath'nff New Under Th 8 in." varied natural resources Is floundering
from barnyard manure advantages
fou learn all about Virginia Lands, tried In the mud and losing millions of dol.larll and Mow. to wake Marrlaad IHu.h.Sprinkle .
All doctors have to cure Catarrh both chemical mechanical In their
is resources products mode of eul .
bad three-fourths
annually by highways. The I' giaduully pint
by the use powders, acldgnHes, Inhalers ll1turethp'Ilue' of this of
vatlon the source
etc. reading,
prices, by ; ,.
stolen with .ood roods going to of Indian porn meal Into one quart
and drugs In paste form. .Their powders '
I \ be
Tlrglnia Farmer. Send loots.r plant food must recognized: prima I keownlh.ouhbiryov.re.
|> a months subscription to the dry up the muouoim membranes, have. the preference In the distribution rily as depending on the amounts of of boiling water previously salted with Ibem..Ir.ILN.e..JahNas

rmer Co., Emporla. Va. cauiiing\ thorn to crack open and bleed. of frw, delivery routes. Iowa with thtt10'I'"t acid and potashIt ll (large teoHpooaful of salt! allow It to I.. buu.lt4 Dtln't uses a
acids used In the Inhalers nitrogen phosphoric boll ofoysters .lok.i o0 Chap feet. and b.. atbll.e
The powerful rate of Illlteiacy a state wherenewHpupers. I half ad hour liraln cue pint
contains and supplies. It. may be ao lb. h.rvat. ,
have entirely eaten away the same men and literature of, their liquor and stir them
magazines ,
IVE !col ll..d Anewl fir.
YOU SEEN THE concise that the
In form
well to state
makers have aimed
that their to
lipld Calker? If notcall at the store branes while and ointments cannotreach : gem>rally find the widest circulation various useful and Important functionsof Into the mush; allow ten minutes. Ion a. M/aSreCO.,
cure, paste where Is then the inlxtuie lulo a Edna, Mkk,
Jas. Prltchard & Son. Tltusville the disease. An old and experienced I circulating library supplementing barnyard manure within the soil ger. pour /
Is an article .that should he In theesevaton who has for I local libraries, the state of square mold or a linking powder call
practltioneer many are (11 In supplying plant food (2) In
of every boatbnllder and years made a clone study and specialty of all states where free delivery ought to liberating Inert or unavailable plant whirl linn t''l'n1'1 In cold water: Cut

uhtsman.first-class Read boatbutlders.the testimonials the treatment of CATAKIUI, has at last flourish and be self sustaining Is In food ((3> In the Improvement of tilth In out sll m
perfected a treatment which when faithfully dancer of nOl getting its share of the
the soil's absorptive and Most Cora-
and thereby regulating >>- The Largest
used, not only relieves once, but ,.latest and best,boou for farmers because for moisture and HOOT. .. Make H.l...l Cora Hr....
permanently cures CATARRH by removing of Its poor highways." Staid two cupful of 'corn meal with mate Establishment South.
warmth and ((4) In furnishing food for
the cause, stopping the discharges one cup of boiling water und let It
and fostering the dereldyuent of certain fEO S. HACKER & SON
and curing all inriimmatlnn. It Is the stand for ten ruluuten Add one cup of
[ Sample copy of one of tbe best farmers only remedy known to science that actually Mr little son had an attack of whoopng ) useful microscopic plants snows ,
cold half of molasses two
water a cup
reaches the afflicted This ( cough and was threatened with pneumonia microbes.If .
published free if will send : parts. a.*
cupful!*'gruhiiui flour half a cupfulof
wonderful remedy I I. known as "HVUFFIESTthe ; but for Chamberlain's Cough
r name' on a postal card mentioning !: OUAR\XTEEU CATARRH Remedy we would have had a serious the stomach performs Its functions ,..u.a. half u 1"UllOQnrul| of salt. and

[ paper. CURE" and Is sold at the extremely, time of It, It also saved him from several actively and regularly the food of which half a teaspoonful of soda. Ik-si tbor o0.

price of One Dollar each package containing severe attacks rtf croup.-if J. Ntrlck- It Is the receptacle Is transformed Into OUlI'b11.Our Into'bUIIC'r..1 puns 'and

TILE: PLOWBOV Co., Internal, and external, medicine radon, editor World-Herald. Fair Haven, blond of a nourishing quality, which furnishes I stand In a warm place over1 night. lathe

Atlanta, Ga. sufficient f->r a full month's treatment Wash. For sale by all druggists and I vigor and warmth to the whole I morning bake. In rather ilow oven. rs

and everything necessary to perfect UI4SUFP'.Ei" \ medicine dealers.A i loly. Heroine given-time to the utonnh -

"/ : Is the only perfect CATARRH ..<* and pntmnteedigestion and sssimlla- How to Make tll....... Mat Cake
CURE ever made and la now Go**' La le Solllaa c.... 'Ion. Price SOrts. Wilson A Mon" One and one-half cupful. of sugar ( I Ii IiMANUFACTURERS Iif

recognized as the only safe and positive A crop of barley and"peas Is very one-half cupful of butter tbn>.-qnu.
for that annoyingand: dltruitlng; dis useful for late soiling1 and be seed-
BO Items for publication must reach tern of a cupful of sweet milk two cupful
ease. It cures Inflammation quicklyand J.rsey' this ;pfflc not Inter than Wednesdays one-half .
permanently and Is also quick tJ relieve ; of flour oypful of chopped
and when our columns are over-crowded, '
dots;one teaspoonful Of cream of
HAY FEVER or cold In the HEAD.
CATARRH when neglected often leadsto 1'ldeatlcalltb, that of .oats and peas.It preference will be given th_ placeswheree tartar one-balf teaspoonful of soda OF '
Is not Injured by light frost andcsabal. ) we have the Urgent, number: of
CONSUMPTIONSNUFFLES' will the 'beaten whites of four eggs sod one
rt.l fed throughout' the months of .Cctobrr aub crtber.. Doors Sash Blinds. '
save 'you If you use It at once. It Is no teaspoonful of vanilla. ,
ordinary remedy, but a complete treatment and November. The yleld.howwever ?

MANas which- positively guaranteed to Is very materially. Influenced'by I v If you troubled that most uncomfortable 55.e. Cook Mat too a la ,....... tic( aiding &, Building Material

,TNAOCDCSIONS care CATARRH In any form or stage If the season.. If the weather Is cool and I disease called piles, don't IIa*. a &leg of mutton larded with .

.CoP'f_wra &u.rnne..ndtngi.b.4M.nd used according to the directions which moist throughout,August and,September I neglect It. Don't let the complaint get a salt pork and, ,season with, < flee Jk. Waierooms. King opposite.
each package. Don't delay firm bold. Every day' the disease Is neglected pepper Cannon Street.Charleston .
e..erletkm..rml accompany nearly as large.. yields may; be obUla and sweet''
basil marjoram.
aM'Mtwkl mr apnkalt.. whmh.r aD but send for It at once, and write fall It grow worne. Commence at once sweet
.. .
... aDd
II .blyJt'.bl. finemunk.w 4-as from a crop oats pea., S. C.
..tfetl'ennedentWL U.ndmxk. or' ....... particulars as to your condition, and you toItabk to use Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment While roasting_ baste frequently with I ,
tall Is and bet the
bat U the
tows tpdaa.ana/="' cSTraMlV:: will receive special advice from the ell..- crop tbe relief I II' I Immediate and cure InfsllMe. plenty of uter. About an boor before
tent._t.k.e tbtnuilT "* to be rely mtxrh! 'redvoed. M tb* tit) cents In forties. Tubes 73 with and Sash Cord and
.. without ctxrt..Inttcfemiflc coverer of this wondertulremedy regardIng price serving spread earranC'jeflf Weights
your case .Itbolltcoet to yon beyond pea parUcHUrU1 '.,, aertonaiy Injured cents.. 0. K. Wilson: Son. brown In the oven.: I ,

> ,Im rIcan. threg.lar price of "SMJFFI.F.S" the bgr socb: weatber condition., Ha'dware. .1'

"........ry m.tvdad ...s,,. J.._ Nr.m HJUARAN TEED CATARRH CURE- (' MOOT to Oar*' Cfetovrk .,.*toma k.CbrooJo. r ;
On You WaT'IIme
nr..nr''M/O... {MrnalrTfn W 1t tbe-Uol- Vany women fail to digest their food
r.aw lmneh.,.... l54.116 Sent prepaid to any address In and become pale sallow this and K. C. Southern Pine eatarrt-of tbe steoaacto': !* Window and Fancy Clas!
Canada ol *'. > so Btnpar Camdenv ,
STytiS. ted States or on. receipt ,
IUt &,CO.3's'i: ', Address Dept C 703; EDWIN B. GILES weak\ while tbekrtghiiw,freshness andbeauty and Plnebnrsr N.C. Call at cUy ticket ctirabl ID ,the Majority of .ease Agood A' SPECIALTY.DYSREPTICIDE. t

..I OfSo. fit r Bt.WMblxion.D.f.ley's .t CO. 2.BO-;: :"J Market St. Philadelphia.When of skin and Remedy this by taking Herbfn after each 203 West Day street, Jacksonville,. far solo tlonof. lb. peptonate of'Iron :ando

Kidney Cure advertiser/ please I meal, to digest yon have eaten. Information regarding elegant hotel aogM***. Take. on* tablespoonful ,

L- ftidatysna.u dda iiihL mention the ADVOCATE. Price 20 cent;,=B.-R. Wilson A; Son. accommodations .. after meal, I TIM aTnutoat *>la1 t. DIGESTION.


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? 'WBBKLT JOVBNAL DBVOTXD TO TUB Da"aLo and con on the recent Insanity Divorce INDIAN RIVER STATE 'BANCOUNTY

OPMBHT O" Tim IVDIAK UVBR LAKBWOBIB Law that we have put our
selves to soma trouble to ascertainthe DEPOSITORY.

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In the first place we haveexamined ,, capital, $1 i 00 C
1l.Yl all the grounds for divorce, '' Paid up capital $2S:00C:
It. WALTOK Editor & rubllnliur. :
t and have honestly examined this The Car er-Campbell Company : I Average deposits, $1 i 0,000{)

Discontinuance of .dvte must be made personally one particular cause for divorce, .....r ..

at this ofllce or by writing. In order that we might find in what Transacts a General Baat

respect it so essentially differs from Shack .No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !
Obeok etc., may be made payable to CHAHLKI ,
B. WALTOK,publlxher.Addrem the others as' to make it unusually -Southern Selling Agents% /or-. Business.

Our investigation shows there are .
EAST COAST ADVOCATE numerous grounds laid d wn'ln the ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle States and Deadening Felts. National Paint VS t.., t SV Largest and Oldest Bank on (be Rile,

) TITUBVILLIC. FLORIDA. law, such as drunkenness. cruelty, Exchange bought: and sold on .u 1 1rcijt
Works Structural and
Technical Paints. V
Now is .
impatience, etc. drunkenness --

U. Department of Agriculture for instance any less "Iniqui 1I1UU POINT GRANITE; WORKS: Sl'ARTANBURG, S. O. "Y PAtronentappreciated.: Prompt

{ Weather liureau-Jupiter, Fla. tous" as a ground for divorce than CRUSHED'STONE, CURB BLOCK BUILDING STONE. w!rvatlveCOItRESrONDENT9 banking.. connlHt; granu( ,,'' ,ie>. "010>|

w Incurable insanity? liut you may! .. TKROADE'S "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT ,
The following is a comparative alate- drunkenness is the willful act SV .....' Seaboard National Hunk of NI" ul
ment of temperature and rainfall for the say L." y. req." .-nr, National Hank of Jacksonville FieTI'1 "r (
of the and is the of
week ending Tuesday, June :25!; 11)01 man, not act I
AND l.
-1001- -1000- God. How do we know that the VEGETABLES. ,

DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. passion for drink is not hereditary? ----.-.--- ---------------------- -=
10\ till( 75 80 7 many
20 tll 73 83 72 the New Yot k Tribune of !Sunday: nays : Indian River Settle the
pineapples are rolling .
themselves 6
brought appetite
al 82:! 74 85 75 upon The first Indian River pineapples to Northward over the Eust Coast Hallway
{ 22 8't 72:! 85 72 but who will teeny that 'reach this city thin ,year arrived early In by the trainload says the St. Augustine

2i: 83: 75( 85 77 many also have inherited the passion the week and unless something unforeseen correspondent of the Times-Union and
24 811( 79 |1M 78 for strong drink? Again the happens there will be more' of them Citizen. They are of very fino quality, TRUNKQUESTION
25 /HO 78 8(1 70 lame superstition that insanity is this year thanever'before. Cuban and and are being disposed of In Northern '
for the week 2.00 Bahama pineapple have been on tlie ninr- and Western maikets'all
I; Total rainfall : the way from $2
P I' Departure from normal rainfall for the the act of God is, to say the least, ket for nearly a. month, and the first to $J per crate. Those w hone businessIt

I week: pins 1.17 Indies. Departurefrom blasphemous. Is it not true that Florida key pines arrived more that two Is to gauge the1 size of the crop estimate Getting one at

normal rainfall since January 1, the majority of men and women weeks ago. But the Indian River pines that It will bo all! the way from two
beat the three other varieties for flavor
plus 12.05; Inchon. : of hundred thousand to three hundred
are renponaible- their loss
t HAL. HARBIN' Observer. and tenderness. The Indian River, along thousand crates. valued In the neighbor WE HAVE CANVASS GARDNER'SBy
reason? If we make the drunkard which the pines are grown Is in Florida, hood of million
of dol
three-quarters a
. .
----- -- -- -- ----- -- and thl. Is the first and W4LL TRUNKS. 8TEAMEM 'r
responsible for his drunkenness! !, year's crop big ODe lars. a |{( vhl

NC'BODY eeema to have any pine- why make the lunatic irresponsiblefor since the pineapple industry In was frozen Practically all the pines from the Floe SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES Until
out along with the oranges 1803.. Tile July
ida keys have been 1st
marketed and the
apple elipa or suckers for sale this his insanity, when we know crop Is estimated at 175,000 crates, moet Florida East Coast is ,

season. If they have, it is about that in most instances it has been of which will be sent to this ,city by water Its attention to hastening Railway the now Indian givingall ---

time they were advertising in the brought about by needless worry or all. River crop from the plantations to the --=

ADVOCATE. and extravagant follies? la God The Florida fruit farmers have caught great markets of the country. The demand SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY ]
the which THE
any more responsible for a man's "association"the United fever!States: in the has last spreadover two and this far exceeds the supply thus far, COMPANY
condition of
GEN. Cables, the ferocious Phil- lack of ability to throw off hU mental years until the almond growers of California likely to healthy continue until the close affairs of the Is

ippino commander, is now a prisoner disturbances that lIe is for a and the cranberry farmers of Con pineapple season. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
in the hands of the Americans. drunkard's inability to govern his necticut have their own association. The Not even In its palmiest days, when ,
object of getting together In this way Is as
the famous Indian River
This, probably, brings the Philip appetite?' If we allow the cares of to keep up the price of products by not plentiful, was the East Coast oranges of Florida were so o',
insurrection to close. life, or its folllell.'to unbalance our letting any one market become over
pino a
nearly so prosperous as It la to-day. The Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
minds are we not responsible for etock\d. The sales lire all made by one vegetable crop that was put on the mar. ....,
I the loss of reason? We. have agent, who Is supposed to keep pasted ket this spring was eminently satlsfactoiy -
RUSSIA is the put market conditions. In the cities I Offices foot of FIorld&
reinitiating' on big Jacksonville
upon these questions honestly and would as to quantity and price. Irish potatoes slogan Street, Telephone Xo. 2(2 |
which the reach with their
United States by making a Special growers can ft did
some places not come up to !
like to have them answered and if j K. JIUNNEftLTN
the General Manager.;
tariff law. The Dear had better", crops. average yield but the prices were
wrong we are ready to vacate our Nor several years the Indian River and gnod. Nowtbepioeapplesarebeing harvested . . .
look to his laurels, for we are old Lake Worth l'Ineapptetirowers' Association . ------ --- -- ---- "" -
position.The ana later,in the rail and winter
hands at the business! of tariff mak has handled the business ,but tll18
a good-vUed of and
proposition also that Incurable crop oranges other
will have to rise year there was' split, and a rival organization -
ing. They early citrus rolls will be marketed from along MeMurray & Baker
insanity is as unjust a groundfor ; was effected. It la l called the New the lower East
to head off Uncle Sam.. Coast. This crop will be
divorce as would be incurable Pineapple Growers' Association and Its about double what It was last year, and ,

consumption or cancer is utterly. fight against the old UBNoclatloa' ban already wjth every succeeding! year that the trees
TUB new steamship of the been curried Into this market, the 44O West Buy Street. Jacksonville Florida
Clyde untena le. There is no parallell pull through winters without dam-
Both have
r Line the is said be organisations headqnartois In age (the CI'OI'11I| be doubled.
Apache, a
ism whatever between the
two pro Jacksonville, and! there Is .a great deal -Headquarters for-
Pineapple shipments from! the Florida
handsome boat, The Clyde JJne positions. Is it not a fact that of bitter feeling between Ibem. It seems keys for the past week have amounted to

} makes up a fine fleet, and Florida your' "wife's society Is principally doubtful, however, that this feeling will 1,181 orates, making! a total of 20.010.!> Wagon Material 'Vehicles Harness
go no far as to lower the retail price of Bicycles
well be of these The '
may proud big what you desire? And If you can pines In this city* crate present Indications are that } ,
The vessel has the crop wan considerably uadereml-
ehipa. new a speed have that are you not at least three' and Sundries.
mated. The heavy rains have retarded l
of fifteen knots hour.
4t per fourths satisfied with the mental Half the world Is In darkness as to the shipments somewhat) At Miami, on "KELLY", SOLID RUBBER TIRES
I f relation? The man whose chief cause of their 111 health and they doctor Saturday:! nine schooners were onlonding put on your wheel

WEST VmoiNrA has been fearfully delight is not in the society of his for about everything except the.-rlght at the HVer ,,dock. Before the railroad at short notice. '
and that Is the stomach. Take Dr.
tiling was extended 'to Miami, the
V' swept by floods that reminds one of wife should never have entered into growers on
Ford's and
V Loyal Dyspeptlclde get your the keys did all their bns} iesa at Key''
the Johnstown horror. The ElkHorn matrimony. But incurable insanity stomach working right. Wilson & Son. West. Now Miami Is not only their "

Uiver rose rapidly, and car. deprived you ever of this, and your shipping point but their trading! place WATCHES CLOCKS

t I I ;Tied whole villages away. The rain former companion is practically PrlnoD r. Kiumpe.Three ., which !gives Miami! a/'great' advantage, ,
,: 'came down in torrents and soon the dead. and adds much to it as a commercial g I IIlUill
made their
prisoners escape center.
river was a foaming mall storm The whole contour of the argument from the Dade county Jail at Miami on Jewelry Diamonds
l .. .
i in this cause ban shown but Saturday night says the correspondentof CHURCH NOTICES. + ', ,

} MAYOR Duncan U. Fletcher has one thing-Mr.\ F agler is supposed some the way Times-Union they managed and CItizen.to pick the In Souvenir, Wedding Rings and I'resenti,
+ i been sworn into office, and has now to have been interested in the measure lock with a crooked wire.! After gettingout Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bold divine Walthara Watches, eto.FIMEWATCH .

assumed the reigns of city govern. That Is the animus 'Only of the cage it 'was an easy matter to service on !Sunday: June 3111b.<> In St. 'cffE
Ili that and break the wooden Martin's church, Jupiter, at 10:30: a. m,
went Col. has nothing/ more. While we through shutters
$$1 Fletcher\ stepped Deputy-Sherlll '1.lol'Rn. who was In the and 7:30: p. m.MELDOUHNE.The. ___ _ and JEWELRY REFJlEDfi
'' do not believe bit Flagler the
Into office at a trying time', and was
will have his hands full for only per Interested, in the meas next room heard the prlson'ersmakrnj( Second Quarterly '' A SPECIALTY.
many considerable noise and he called to them meeting will 1). V. be held Watch tor
I / here, Satur inspector Plant System and also for
: days to come, but we predict that ure;yet, for the purpose of argument to be quiet. When the window was day and Sunday, July' 6th and 7th. The Spectacles and Jacksonville Southwestern/ 0'f.

I he will he in every sense equal to let us suppose that he was broken open, Mr. Moran was soon on the Rev. J.G.A. Martin presiding elder, will Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES),

it. tbo occasion. the only interested patty. What ground but It was too late. /Sheriff preach on Sabbath morning and evening. _________ 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.I .
Frohook at and
was Blscayne, Moran
then? Is the ,
measure necessarily hurried away to notify him. One of the
bad because Mr Flagler favored it?, prisoners has been caught and there Is I A. O. Blanchard, West Bangor, N Y.,
1 WIDE Jacksonville. i Is rearing No? If incurable insanity Is an little doubt that /Sheilrt Frohock will says ; "I have been troubled with kidney

1 her brick buildings in the burned unjust ground for divorce, then soon secure the other two All the prisoner disease with for several the last five years. Have doctored
physicians and I
s district she l Is not the were colored.
forgetting every other ground is unjust, except no relief until I used two bottles of Fo
I.y State Fair. Active preparations adultery. Do with this ley's Kidney, Cure." Wilson & Son.
{ ;l l are being made, and the coming away The lack of energy you feel, the backache .
h measure and 'you 'abrogate them and a run down condition generally,
I 1 fair will be tremendously patron all, with the exception noted above. all mean kidney disorder. Foley's Kid FINANCIAL STATEMENT: OF

ized by the people throughout the how, Mrs. Flagler is a wealthy ney Cure will,, restore your strength nod SCHOOLS. I '
State. Let's give the stricken city vigor by making thn kldneva well.. Takeno -
in her
woman, own right, and is
substitute. B. It. Wilson Son.
a good sendoff.TIIE . all TITDHVII.LIC; FLA., June 18. 1901.
i perfectly happy, to
appearances, To Hon.Alex. A. Stewart,
in her childish Clerk Circuit Court :
following out pleasures .
Iteatlt of John I> Harbour. 91rr-In ,
A1 ; Florida Fish and Ice Company .. and distorted imaginations. 43M, Laws compliance of lorlun,with we hereby Section ale 8,with Chapter you :

has been dissolved by mutual She does not even recognize her The following telegrams announce the the following Itointwil. statement of all school ., ,
death of the above well-knowa thread. money received, appropriations, insole and warrant Prom 1 Fillet t 7Pr ?
tual consent. As n'buslness insti own husband when she sees him. Issued for the mouth ending the lath day
manufacturer, brother-in-law to Mrs. S. of A. U. '
I tutlon it did not for the amountof If Mr. is ; ] June 19oi.
pay Flagler acting cruelly in K. Barbour, whose winter residence Is at Warrant outstanding at last report. (11.ws 31
capital and labor'put into it. seeking relief, then in the name of Eau Gallle : issued, ..... 832 so

But this does not mean hat fishing common sense point out the particular London June 1ft_John D. Barbour, .

: itI and ice manufacturing does not phase of cruelty. The cruelty the linen thread manufacturer, died this :I Leas amount paid during month. SH.ZM 8,_ 16 U
at his residence
morning at Llsburo Ire. Best
, 1 pay. By no means. These two In.. is certainly not to her ; she known. land. ,Warrant now outstanding ...... $5,13308; Material Lowest Prices

dustries will stand as long as the nothing of it and never will know. Paterson N. J., June 18.-John D. Halanua report orb.per.Treasurer'. .. last. 1 T9 ,

peninsula exists No, we refuse to join the harangue Barbour WaR a brother the late Robert Received In May. .. U.889M
Barbour, president of the Barbour Flax
until something more logical and Spinning Co. lie vtau an unole,to Col. Variant paid during month.,.8,88l1ltl,81.1 t3 QUICKEST? SHIPMENTS"
THE: knitting mill recently burn.. unsentimental shall be produced.As Wm. Barbour, who is mentioned as a .
ed in Jacksonville is to bo rebuiltat for sarcasm and personal flingswe candidate for Governor of New Jersey Cub now In band, Treasurer )M: 18 3 18

I once. This, is good news to those will have none of them. We A nephew of the deceased, J. Edward Deficit funds ... sajcuiTT.- .. Bond: Lumber Co. Titusville
Barbour,Af this city, was to be married 1T8NIZltD alu'ItIPTII. !
9 who are depending upon the mill want logic and facts, and if you to-day at lloneadula, Pa. Balance treasury ,last report .. .S 179
i f "r.thelr daily bread. Jackson. j have them not then don't write. rrom'rax Coll., sound.school levy 18..9.. 81 "
From Tax Coll., county school levy 1UO0..2179: ol A Trial Order Will.Convince.
i I ville's push is attracting the atten CALL AT CARROLL&GOLDSMITH'Sfor Prom Tax Collector. poll tax, Mm ... a 00 :

'I"! tion of the whole country, and has EVEN Senator Jones, it seems, RICO, a hard water, soap, manufactured "From Prom Tax State Collector Trent tax poll of tax!Mi! ,.1900.2:18 T899... .. :*)00 HO S. G. VAXLANDINGHAM, Manager. Titusville. Fla.Masury's .

J j '.i made her many friends and admire has given up the idea of Bryan. by the Florida -Soap Works, Prom Compt.., levy. 1WOOJS( E. Ry) ........ 'lIiO 91
Jacksonville. Prom Comps levy 1*0(P. E.C.tty).83W1J

I :' the people at large she will once attempt totoake him the next 1loeqalD7 Exprcu.Ik Prom Compt..aout I mill tax 1900..... 84320Totalreoelpta..18,1 Paints Are Not Cheap Paints.But

I more take her place with the foremost nominee of the democratic party : .

t : cities of the South. Mr. Bryan will always be a factorIn 'Is said that the most unique pack. tbeehete'salaris.. ITBMIZBO....BXFB8D1TCRES............' '''.... :30200
J age ever handled by the peopleIn R. K.: Mime, salary ..
politics, but he will never come express county mint. 75 on It Is
J Richmond went through on the Atlantic J. H.J\aOD. per diem and tnileage'a* economy to ua" them. Liquid Colors (ready for use) cost $I.M per
forward the m.mbe.rd. ...' .
again as democratic
COO gal: on.Rallroad
\ SOME few exchanges have had Coast Line, billed Washington, R. N.Andrews.par diem sad mileage em Color (paste form) cost when mixed with Oil $1.25 per
: nominee for president. Evidently, last week, says a dispatch to the Washington member boarG. " gallon. For sale only by
bitter things to say of lion. Frank Mr. Post. The C. 1*. Platte per d'lem"anu'm'llea. 'i
I is package was a wooden aa
Bryan fully aware of thl., member board....... ....... ..........
1 Clark. While doubtless box covered with teen\
fijr. Clark and
and will his gauze, marker! It. E. GEORGE
not permit name to be ". MIme, 8urt.,Incidental ex.school 2416 F. P. 3.D3ZSON: : .
has not always been strictly) conscientious used In that mosquitoes was sent from E.lltlm..Sup&.oI1Ice.XpeD. SM
connection. North Carolina the Ian COAST ADVOCATE, LUMBER AND
to Academy of Nat' rr nting..1 aooo BUILDING '
in politics, yet we do not ural Sciences, In Washington, and the Rrevard Co.State Bank.int.Apr. ?A, May... '. ZUT EAU OALLIB, FLORIDA.
318lbo".eltate TiJ.A.Hngh. ;
believe he is the "political fakir"that PROBABLY it will do our readersno Insects kept up a continuous chores at '.., hln.of boat -

some would have us believe! harm to again tell them that the train pulled out. They are all In W. f. rurlonft. painting school; hoass:.1::: lu:: H.
\ him to be. The gentleman who has after the good health and spirits. 8.0.vmlae. uogbam.bill of ., A. HODGES.
30th of this
month it will John D.Teeter serr... examiolnr. 000.....,..." 20.l8!
s 1 80 recently left UI is intellectually not be necessary to put stamps on RICO Jennie Clara otwell.C. Miller' ,' 10.90 Manufacture of .
far above the mediocrity and is checks manu J. M. Dixon,services a*examiner....,
an money orders, telegrams; factored ...Cypress and Yellow
by the Florida Soap Works Jar Pine' Lumber.
Eaeton A Co., cony book. .. ..
i all-around good fellow. Too many express receipt., leases, mortgages, Jacksonville, will be found on said by Hind* A N rssbosks......::. :::":::' Lip: ROUGH AND DRESSED. .
men are ready to squeeze lemons in Insurance policies,promissary notes Carroll A Goldsmith, TltusvIU; E. U J.R. Walker A Co., bowl, pitcher,towel.!. i e5Totah.zpendilols Orange Box Head., Fruit and Vegetable Crab

: ' their ink horns, judging from the or real estate conveyance., Where Brady Co., J. R. Gritroao, and Wilson .....................-. .5990 any part one of Florida contemplating, would do shedding their plneapplea or orangea or building,.baL7 :
A Miami Morrison A to write
Fly, Smith for loea
; pnCfto The mine are
our snappish word the consideration at saw ,
they use. is under $2,500. Daytona; and W. O. DePass, Ormond. c.- The ADVOCATE. doe job printing. part BIlft'alo.Bluft'of the East,cowt.near Palatka, on the J.. T. K- ". RT- Lumber delivered to ,

I . Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, lti




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Melbourne. GEORGE MARX. # JOHN MARX. -- Gr0 TO -- I

]1. :8:8: 5.9 G. T. BUNTING'S

GUODB GOODS.-Real Estate and Loan.

i Arant Globe,for l-rorlilenle Atna, London Washington and Liverpool gun and and I'B- Wholesale Dealers In Charlotte Street North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

elite Fire Inturance. Special attention paidto GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE. -FOK 1.0UH-
the loterenu of nun resident ..

HOTEL CARLETON-Open the year round. I>eItKhtful ,
u .pot tu upend winter aunmier.. Looateil Furniture Mattresses Pillows
3 on high tiliitr overlooking the Indian Corner West Bay and J'lIl1aStl., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
lUver. Term moderate. ,


*. Subset Iptlons for the ADVoCATE, PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS.
the pink paper of the East Coast will be -

EYE SPECIALIST. received at the Melbourne Postoffico We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; :J3raolots.: : Window: Shads, .

V Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and. Feed. Wa want .
Mr. E. P. Branch Is enjoying his visitto your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be ylt: 8ed. AND FANCY CABINET WARE.N .
South Dakota and Iowa.
MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville) Fla.
Eden. Dr. Platts and wife and two children, =:r We only Sell\ to Dealers. B.--Undertaking Department entirely separate. ,

of Fort Pierce, spent two days in town ______ _._______ ________ __ ,
last; week. _ _ _ _. ._ _ _ 0 __. __ '0i 0 __ _______ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ _

II.. Robinson, and wife spent Sun- :i .
Mrs. C. F. Latham, of Oak Lodge, was
n Eden visiting brother's; family.ere the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wells, ATLANTIC BEACH.

were services at St. Paul's last this week. H. J. LAUX & CO. ,

ay morning, conducted by Rev. B. Will Hoke has e
gone to spend the sum. j Florida Products
rown. mer in Georgia lIe will be missed In a Specialty. FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS $300'to $50O.

s. F. O. Williams arrived on Satur- Melbourne.Mrs. I 211 Poydras St., New Orleans, 1.1I \. LOTS NEAR PABLO $200 to 25O. "f 4 '

evening last, to spend some time Fred Prang and little son, of I I I I By Telegraph :

, her parents. Vero Gibbs were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. NEW ORLEANS, June 10, 1001 Property of the Florida East Coast Railway '
John Miller returned last week.
Sunday, Special to ADVOCATE readers : ,

band her trip north, much improved in Rev. Stuart-Martin held divine services Pineapples : Selected Red Spanish to-day 21s. to :"His .*:>,60 to $:1.0, The most popular seaside! resort In the Boutli. i

spirits. ]last Sunday morning and evening, at .1 according to quality and condition, sold up to 5.00 and 7.00. Mangoes Lots fronting the ocean mill boulevards now ,
have bad four whole days without Holy Trinity church. I and Alligator Pears wanted. I '

and are expecting. to bear com- Mrs. Mary Platt of Fort Pierce has : Pineapples: we note some stock received shows the effect of, npparent- I offered for tin Ie. Special priced for next IO (lnj'n.Ocna.xtlacLca. I'I'I
t lit of the drouth.m been ly, too much rain-keeping qualities not good. As the ]less than oar lot I
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ::
Florence Robinson llorton the week. freight rate Is but little more I than! carload lots to this city, we advise shipment : : IB-u.clsirri.sxn.:: : .: Agt. ::
several past
her spent friend w/ in this way to us, for the present. Regular, dully shipments. Not ,,22 Hogan street, JACKSONVILLE, FLAUNIFORM
at vlsitlnj Miss
'he little boys are spending their too heavy. Alligator pears and Mangoes, we advise shipments now, not I >
Summers, last week. spare time these days practicing for the tt..heavy so can hold up yilce. 11. J. J..AUX A CO. -0- ______ _____ __ ----0- _____ ________ r

n Tea Club was delightfully enter. i iI bicycle] race ou the 4th. EXAMINATlo'N.T..t WliafM Your Face Worth.
d I by Mrs. E. J. Lace, on Weilnos- Miss Mattte 3Iato-n-- :--( :;....o.c I o
May is visiting
,he 16th, at her home at Tibbals. friends In Sometimes a fortune, but never, If you
Palatka. Her many lends Hooka to lx ITinil In the September have a sallow complexion, a joundiced

Henry Whipple, Is quite ill, but here wish her a pleasant outing. Rockledge. SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. Kmtmlimtlon.EDUCATIONAL look, moth patches and blotches on tho E

the skillful treatment of our good Miss Kittle Martin arrived home last skin-all signs of llvertroublt. But Dr. I
r, McClinton, will soon be about Monday, from Viking, where she has UBPTSTATIC FI.OKIDA.Tallahassee.Fin. Kln '11 New Life Pills give clear'skinroity
June IT 11101.<
The Board met Tuesday, June 1$, HIOI. ,
cheeks rich :
been 2:1cta
teaching school. We are glad to Master Carl and Miss Mable Schuyler the books with complexion. Only
The text
Present : J. )\1. IHxon chairman R. N. following are ,
McClinton called]) to this see her here again. sndMrs. ; at B. R. Wilson &: Son's drug store.
was place, : Tltusvllle, were tbe guests of Mr. Andrew, C, 1'. Platts and R. E. Mlms, publltthers and pi Ices, which will\ bo made
fond ay, to see the father ofV.. F. We are.preparing to make the Fourth :Battler, the first of the week. secretary. Tho minutes of last meeting the basis of the questions for the regular/ ",

p who was suddenly taken danger-i of July a day of pleasure to all. A bas- Joe Wilkinson who Las boon spending were read and on motion, duly approved. Uniform Examination, beginning September Remember that tho EAST COAST '
fill. ket picnic Is in order, and we extend: a several weeks, among his old friends The treasurers report for the month 3rd, 111011OrlhoKr"phyUoed'l) ADVOOATB does all kinds of job printing

nyone bad time to stop and count I general Invitation to all of the people here, has returned to West Palm Beach (|I lof May 11)01, was received, read, examined Word IATIHOIS, at short notice. Send them an order
jould be, happy to tell how many along the river to come, bring baskets found correct and ordered filed 23: cents, Mavnnrd. Mori-111 A ('0., N. Y. and be convinced that It Is the plane to 'I. ,
nds of pineapples are going out I and have an old fashion jubilee. Following Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Patterson expectto on minutes. Tbe redeemed warrants Reading-Any standard reader ,,will do. have job printing done :

j here dally, but everybody is too Is the program : leave In a few days for a summer's were duly cancelled and flied. .Composition-Swlnton's New School

jto think outside of his own partlo- 5 o'clock a. m.-National salute 21 guns. outing In the mountains of North Cato Various bill were. read In detail and Composition, 34: cents, American Book Notice.PROPERTY >
lace. There Is no talk but pine- 10:30: -Regatta. lina. payment authorized as per list of Item Co., New York or Atlanta. .

transportation and markets, 12.00: -Singing, "America." Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White expect to ized Expenditure" AI'lthmetlo-l\lIJne's\ t'tflndant. U\ cts., '
g the men and the ladles are busy Introductory remarks by the Mayor. leave next week for Wisconsin, where The of R. L. Moon was laid over American Book Co. Ig111E OF TUB FI-ORIDA FISH!! 'j.
for a full meeting of the Board Dr C. P. English Oramniar-'Metoalt's, 00 cents, 1 &: Ice C''n nlttiittod' on Indian River )'Is.. 1
>lane for spending the shekels when. Rending Declaration of Independence. they will spend the summer. They will .v will be mild\ I to the hit: brat blddur for cub ,
>egln to roll In. Addresses by prominent citizens. take In the Exposition on the way. Platta having been called away by the Amel loan Book Co, at the following. iininea and ilatea, .I I'
Music. death of his uncle, Mr, Phillips, of Mel United States I1ll1tor1F1tl1I'80rnm.illRr lltiKvllla.Itily. !:It.h.n,1, HLb lent '
re was a sigh of relief that made 12:.))0 Basket di Miss Cornelia Magruder Is spending bourne. !:School tl 1, American Book ('0. l-trantt ) 'Ins!,, amt I
rth tremble, feint Wednesday night nner. her vacation her home here Williams Fort I.h.'e .inly :'illh, 11101.
1:30 summer at R. J, La-Roche was Florida' History-tJrecn's, $1.25, 0 'I''
-Bicycle race The Truiitnra reserve the rlbt to reject any
the welcome news arrived that the 2:30: -;Match baseball between She Is a student of the Normal and In- visor of Cmulenay school. Samuel J. Wllklnsift\; Co, Bnltlmoie; or Fairbank's and all\ bid,or sell at private| sale. 4tjulu '
nd company would put on a "pick. Melbourne] and game; Eau Gallic. dustilal college at MilledgevlUe, Oa. Field, of Indlanoln, was appointed supervisor 11.26): H. & W, B. Drew, Jack- ,1{ !

rain to run through the pineapplerom 'j:30-Flre works. The mosquitoes are surely making for the school lit thnt place U. J. sonvllle,. Fla.GeographyItedway's. :: : :'n- !
Stuart to Fort Fierce begin- up Natural Advanced ': all It may concern I r
8MO: -Dance<< at Educational Hall. for lost time these dava If they get Milliard> WON appointed supervisor) of the Nrl'teE.-To I..v alter thin, date, I will on behalf '
he following]) day. Now our wearyo In the Regatta, there will be three much worse the men will be obliged to .BCllilol Ht Tlo!>lo. $1.25: Anieilonn book Co. of tax State of Florida, nnmiiite' a tax ,I J I
to bed and to sleep at a reason- The Koitid proceeded to the Civil Oovernment.'I'OWllllen Shotter il.*.nd, to1'.11, Htonnnn fur the following du* '
lour and do not have to wait for prices. First 2000. Second $10/ .OO[) stop work, for It taken all one's courageto canvass crilitid laud U..wit'j N tart. of NM of ttltjj: H"a, I
) Third .lW). return of the Special::! Election held on Couisr: 72: cents, American Book Co.l'hYlluloI&1ltelllu'a ... e.id
f One class 10 to 21 foot face them now. I II, 'I)> IIII, s It 40 coiiinlnhiicllf norm, for I
until o'clock.rltoU1asa .
air two June 13 IDOl with the result Hygiene I, American taxes a 'imm unlrii. lie
boats. Entrance fee '$:.!.liO. following ; July 1 (food imune shown
Mr. and Mis.:\ A. L. Hatch have le- Book Co.Algebin me on or'...rure July HIM, IUIII why I should nol
Bicycle Races, Ceitllloate of Canvsiwers. mue nail! di d. 'Ihla June 7111, iwn hKtCtHxul
Turned Yellow.at Men's three pifzos First, value, WOO. tuined from a most delightful trip State of Floiida, County of llrovard: / -White's. School, .1 1.1murl. ( i) A.A klI: WART, ..j
Second, 11.50. Third, 'j ctB. EntrAnce through Georgia, 'Tennessee, Mississippi We the undersigned Board of Public can Hook Co.Physical At Clerk Clruult Court, llrovard. County, Fla. ",'4, '
consternation was felt by the and Louisiana Mr. Hatch, took. In the] Instruction Geography-Houston's pew. ,I.
fee, SOcts. of lirevard oouty, Florida,
s of.M. A. Hognrty, of Lexington, re-union at Memphis. 't.Sn: Kldrldgo & lira, Philadelphia.
Boys age; 10 to 14-First prize, value, constituting,,the canvaselng board for the
hen he was turning yel of 11111 For J>ivwrc j
they saw and I'rnotlca
200. Second $1.()(). Third oOcU. Entrance Mrs. W. O. Patterson, of Cocoa, Is entertaining bpeclttl Tax School District Election In Theory TttnchlngFitch's 0
His skin slowly changed color, also fee ," of and for said do Lectures on Teaching $1, 'Iba 'r
)cts. her sister, MI" Muncie, county, hereby certify
and h4 suffered Ills
Boys under 10 years old-First prize, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. uncle will stay that we met at the office of the Board of TUB CIRCUIT COURT IX AND FpR URM-
y was Yellow .Jaundice. lie was value $1,00. Second, COcts. Third JOcts. over O: attend the Fourth of .Jul) oelo- Public Instruction afoiesaldon the 18th Those book can be pu.-chasuil: from almost IN yard County<' .. .., .".,
d I by the best doctors, but without No of June L). 1001 and any book dealer In the !State, If In thannary.
entrance fee. bratlon at.\Vust 1'alm Beach. day A. proceeded '
Freilerd-k J. J .
t. Theo he advised to Webb, ,
was try not at your book d"lIl.r'a send the pilot ) I
to the for
publicly canvas votes given I
io Bitters, the wonderful stomach F. F.: Taylor making some Improvements and against said special tax levy, and named to publishers and they will semi Annie v K.a W hb. ) Kill for Divorce If IfIt

ver remedy, and he writes: '"After Job CouldTiit Have Stood It on theokl May property. Tbe old and for the several hereinafter postpaid. appnnalnic by the bill of oointilaluantexhlliltuil ,, . '
; two bottles I was wholly cured." packing house*has been torn down and persons W. V. Mir.Ars: "",1111,111I said "..II... and tke allldavlt... , ,.
I Its matchless merit for all If lied Itching piles. They're.terribly the house Is remodeledInto specified for school trustees, at the Instruction.Cycling of uiniUlnant| / that the defendant Aiiulo\ H. I
> proves dwelling being special election] held In said county on State Supt. Public Webb: U a nou-rnnlclnnl:: :: nf the .Sure of lorldu::: / )
ch, liver and kidney troubles. Only annoying; but Bucklen'r'Arnica Halve a very comfortable little cottage. the loth/ day of June, A. D... 1001, as and r*sides. to-wltt In, Mimrboniiigb, In the Untied I,14
hold by B. U. 1sori A Hon. will cure the worst case of piles 410 earth.It Kln(.linn of Iri-ut. llrltaln. i I' r
------------- has and ,
has cured thousands. For Injuries, shown by tho returns on file In the office Its ups down. After Now you, the mid Annie K.': W.bh be and appear
-- pains or ,bodily eruptions It's the best QUICK U&LIEF FOR ASTHMA of the Boaid of Public Instruction, and the downs use Banner Salve if you are before the Judire of our Court on' "

Viking. salve in the world. Price 20cta a box. Miss Maude Dickens! Parsons, Kas.; says: we do certify from said returns that the cut or bruised. It heals the hirt( quickly SATURDAY, AUdURT Utll, .... D. tae), ,II i I
Cure guaranteed. Sold B. 11. Wilson "1 mitered eight; years with asthma In whole number of votes cant were as follows Take no substitute WllstJn & Son to answer said 1 bill of uoniidalnt or a decree pro I 1'\1
by. its worst torn I had several attacks : om.r"iou> will he entered. atinlnit you, and theftninplnlnant I, I

I A Son. during the last year and was not expected Special Tax School District No. 1. his aald will be.. allowed to prarred.x'part.wDht ,
Bartine, of Oslo was in town l I..t 0""* ,
I Mr. O'Brien at his bache- to live through them. I began. using For special tax received 50 votes. MISSING FORMS. 'It la further ordered U at this notice' be pub,1;
visiting Foley's Ilooey and Tar and It. baa never Against ." (0 llHbedlu the KAHruoABr AUVOCATK.anewa-' ; y If
arters. Georgiana. paper publlHlmd, Maid. county,once u week for Pelvht >
failed to give immediate relief. Wilson's.BASEBALL For .school Trustees District No. 1. [ Written. for Katt CURd Advocate. I conoenutive\ ......k.. V,
|'n'S.' Erlcltsen, Strande and Nelson I I W. N. Chaudoln received 45 voles, ] I vnneesth.IlusurableMinor H. .lone,Judge' j"
gilding a platform In float of Mr. O. F. Duren 41>' The forms that brightened once my home, of*.hIC'u"rt.( and. I he real of said, lourt at the ; j, I I
Guess the mog.iultoes carried oft all AT NEW NAN. Court Ilinme. Ij
lltuavllle Florida this lush
lh'. .' day I
place. Gee E. Chester 45; And cheered by happy life. "
the iteo>a4ast week. (if JiiIIP, A. n. IIKII.i \ I
Gibbon is fine large Special Tax: School District No. 2. Two precious sons-the gift of God, ( 't. ft 8tt..I.) A. HTEWART,
(now for which shipping he some will no doubt Mr. Wethey Is building a DeW dock at Newnaa, Oa., will meet the Pressmenof For special tax received Utt votes. And cheerful, loving wife. \\llaulf: Clerk of the, Circuit Court

) large, the Simmons place, formerly the King-; Atlanta and cross bate on the diamond Against 't ::10 They were the sunlight of my youth., ----

returns. man place. for the first time, to decide wbteJi leads; For School Trustees District Xo. 2. And comfort to me gave, of Intention to Apply For
K. :Martin, after most successful Joe Wilkinson Sunday with his and as Newnan ha strengthened her W. L. Hughlett received 70 votes. Until that home was tilled with grief, Notice '
,of school, left here, Monday, for chum, Uervey Bower Both young men team for the occasion. the boys are sure (}. F. Pnddison (18 Caused by a new made-grave Letters Patent.NOTICE i

jfmo at Melbourne. attended Sunday School. >Co ne again., of winning. M. E. Hall U 7.fH. : U That vacant chair can ne'er be filled, -
pine shipping season has comp Manager Ferryman, of the Atlanta : F. Olbbs 1 UP. My heart can ne'er be healed, IA HERFHY: fllVFV!:, nUT TUB j'
Uervey Bower launched the Mlnona Pressmen declares It I I. a* Impossible for
A. MoIlUllan"' :2! ..
In earnest, aud quite a Urge numerates I Until 1 meet with them on high, Ifnlon TelPfrranb Telephone' Car 1
last week, and is putting herin tlrst class Newnan to win as It Is for a mouse to 10 U Intend .
T. II. Chambers 1U. to apply" to hiasoellennyWilliam: j
have left here for the normarkets. And Mod's word there revealed..' I
condition, expecting to take liar to West climb the walls of a flour barrel. Ho ..W. Holmes II 1 U A. Jennluica. ,Governor of Florida, upon the :4nh' ,
| I wipe away the falling tear, day or June, HUN,or a*anon. tliurwaiter aa tree 11
Palm Beach for the Fourth of they July. says games, Special Tax Hcliool District No. .1.
With faith, and trust In Him, tillable for letters patent upon tbe proposal alteration
(Gibbon took Mrs.Ilolseth and tans- Mrs. Taylor spent a pleasant day, last and woo both with ease. Still, he say, For special tax received 41 votes." That 1 shall enter that bright life, slid aiiieiiiliuont. to its Charter hereto ,4
Miss ]Martin down to his place, his team Js somewhat crippled thin season Against 4 sashedIFrnpn.ed I
week with Mesdames liruner And victory there I'll win.
celt, and treated them to some Roe Hughes but for all that, they are conlldentof For School Trustees District No. 3, l alteration and, amendment of the? I
and Bruoer. She has also several
event\; Charter of the lorldtt Union A Telephone
the Florida and wlnnlog. The sun that shone so bright und fair "IMiral'|
favorite some W. II. 'VIjlIeld.recelved 4U votes. t
with her friends and (
Mr. .Mrs. 'on11 antY
days |
f ul dowers.: lot the river., She returned Nay. Manager Dent and Captain Ouzartstate I). E. Austin .. 41- And made life sweet uud gay, Amnnd;: and: vlianK. ARriCLa rumba riir!i. ,9,;
across on that if Atlanta expects to win a !game II. J. Klopp M JIM changed to cold and dreary scenes, of aid iinrporutlon *oaatlat laid .\I 'I'1I.' i, T
four months school closed on the Saturday. will 1 read a* follow, t.-wlt.I '
with hal!
them Slnuu that
from cripple team
due abler a they W. Bobo 1" glad gulden day.I ARTICLE 0?.
Ht.Miss Oreat credit our remark- Vesey Hall bas completed a new launch bettor bring along a team that can play J. M. DIxoN, Chr'm nd.1'ub.lnllt. grope along my lonely path, The blEhmt ainntint r e r- .w or liahlt.
dvanceraent, K. Martin, for the another twenty Jest long and five and one-half baseball, for Newnan 91'l1Il1oe up as follow U.N.ANDREWS, Mam. lid.Pub.Inst. With Heaven's gate In sight, Ity Io which I o".17"nIr..d' n"at any timeauhjeut
her pupils of feet beam, for T. G. Ronald of Lotus.It unless changed: Attest R. E.: Mitts, Where rests the forms of early love, Itself I I. Tbounaml Uulb" '''.

'ge> an&loug have made to have n so her short teach a time.here, Is a beautiful model and looks as If Allen.... . . 0. .... . 0 .Catcher. Co. !Supt.:: and !Hecty.:: of Bd. Pub. lost.The Whose loss I fuel to-ulght. In" Wlrnei A Twl.pbone whereof Oninpany the, Florida'baa hereto Union Set TnleEraph It*.

. . . . . ,Pitcher
she would skim the
over water as grace Lynch 0 and aeal title the loth day of May tees
Miss Agnes Uelaeth made a huner Rase.Ingram .. Board makes Its graceful bow to With Heeling time, my ship of life,
cent in orthography for the last I ful as a duck.Everybody. Yarborough. . . . . . . 0 . 2nd Base. the voters of our county, for tbe complI- Floats o'er the tide of years, Corporate FLORIDA"...I..r UNION) 'IELEI'lONNCOMPANY.TKI.EIIRAPK: He .

nnths, and took the prize, a pretty In the community was sorry Parrot, . . . . . .3rd Uaae. mentary manner In which the special tax With no one, new, to cheer my way, the lorldn s Union I Hy K.L.Oe"hl"n. ......1<1......
aim fan. Her brother, Carl, made I to learn, on Monday morning, that Mr. Cozart . . .0", .'. Short-stop.. was Imposed last Saturday; the vote Or drive away sad tears, Tel. and Tel,.C... ) and C. H.W.&oJD' ftooretary.

red percent the last month. Their Chas. Provost, at Lotus, had lost his Fischer . .0 . . . ,o. . .R. Field. would have been decidedly complementary With feeble steps, and lonely heart,

.have. finished Baldwin's second store warehouse and theircontents, together !Snead: 0. . . .... . .o.. ...I..Field. had It not been for erroneous Impressions I journey on my way Bherlff' Sale.
they all commenced with the with the post office, by fire, at ]Holme . . . . .. . .C. Field. that gained ground at one of And long to meet those loving forms,
Mien Nola Daniels took the midnight Sunday!: night. No clue an to The boys feel confident 0 0 0 lined up like the principal' preriut To that precinct, ,I Where all, will be bright day.C. -
her of the fire Is knows. The loss and all other In the county, we ask the I AND It7 VIRTUE Or .
elaM, a pretty pin cushion. the origin this, that it I. Impuislble for aeiy teamto R. ELI.W. UNDER. AN EXE!: ( t7
them in this liuuwl out of the Circuit) Court of tbs +
pupils did well. Miss Martin will be felt In this neighborhood, as be privilege of assuring public
take two out of three game from them. Philadelphia 1'.., June 29, 11MU. leventh Judicial'Circuit Florida,In and
rented with a fine dressing case had been calling goods as cheap, and ,Their challenge; I I. still open to way baseball way, that we have no wild, erratic, visionary for "........ County. favor.' W, W. I K.iiyon,
supervisor Mr. Erlcknen, from some cheaper, than wa.could get; them team. schemes to foist upon them, a*administrator etc.. and against Sidney WI.. I
B and pupl a. At the closing of elsewhere, and delivering them at our which tend toward useless expenditure, IN MEMOiIAM.. bur I have levied uniTn and will ...11.. publloaurtlon ,
.. .
In front of the c.I"' door In TI.
tool an excellent program of songs,. doors free of charge, which was a great but we stand pledged to our people to L tunvllln, rivrlda, during the legal Hour of sale
of Prairie
Rs and recitations were'rendered.I accommodation to thosa having neither AI1.nn.ly"tIOn, West ,WIs. advocate and carry out only those maaure *- And 'fairer she, bat sh I bow soon to die, upon th. ,
miles Fo-
horse, wagua or bunt nor,buys to send says; : "People coma" ten to buy which look to reform order system Her quiet dream of life thin hour mar cetuei FIRST MONDAY IX JULY, 1901. ito
I Wooda Decatur la. writes: after things, lie has the sympathy of ley'n Kidney Cure, while J. A. flpero of and ultimate true economy. Her peaceful being slowly, IIUWHI by the blicheit and bent bidder for Daub;the fof' rInwrng
.o llelmar Ind. : "It Is the medical Tu heaven's uuml perfect" .
all bible loss. says The school law require that any person peace.Marie UMortbed real eat lite of lb. old Kidney
{troubled with kidney disease, for wonder of the age." Wilson A Bon. teaching In the publlo school, stall Agnes Platt daughter Abram W llbur..Ituawrt m Hrevanl County,florid*,.n J
{years and four one dollar size boc.01151'1 .- dmnrlliedae follow)
-' 'I 1 I be qualified by State examination. In B. and Belle T. Platt, died at Sanford Tbe South n of the Southwest 1 V of the"Ulb-
Kidney Cure cured me. Ira D. Reckard, Buncombe, la.,writes t Excur l n Hates to HuffJUo. accordance with this requirement any I Florida, June 23rd.at the age of seven ...t t K,",BMNjtlon lit, Township.f Soul! "aoK'
f recommend It to anyone who has "My little boy scalded hi. leg from the guardian who hereafter desires i Malarial fever Wl Kaat, eontalnlnK 9c anr...
parent years. complicated with
I trouble. B. R. Wilson A: Son. knee to the aafcla. I used Baaoer Salve On account of the PaD-A merlc!_ Exposition to teach la Aid districts must conform to bowel trouble, carried hero after a few tlonal And one-tblril Mention undlvlueil, Townihlp mterealln 23 Mouth all, Rang.ol trait 3*,

Immediately tad In three week' time It the Seaboard Air Line Railway : the law. days' Illness. The remains were taken Ewes, containing In mil 11 aorea more or Im, and
vas Two From Death. was almost entirely healed. I want to Is selling ticket from station on its I There being serious objection to the to the home of her grandparents at Mime but alo nut the Including aoeretlon In the front of the above' :- anti:

j little daughter bad an almost fack recommend It to every family and advise lines to Buffalo at very low eiotmion old building site at Fort Pierce, It was for present Interment to ba removed south of Lot 4, Section ai-eretloa 79. In front f 'I
of and bron- them to keep Banner Salve oo hand aa rate. This company offer tile chtMed ordered that a new lot in a deniable location later to the family*burying place at Ma- Anti one-bait undivided 'Iller...'In Lot 14 M
whooping cough It Is a sure remedy for scalds or any m>lnolit.lv. In the Joynervllle. dUtrlcl of Tituv-
aed from the Florida
I writes Mrs. W. K. Havlland off of two routes, with the fastest moet be purchased cochaak, Ohio. vIII..
N. X., "bat. when all others sores. B. R. Wilson A: Son. convenient schedule aver enjoyed ta Canning Co., through their attorney, Her death was peculiarly sad, as betparents And one-half andlvlded Intermit la the Nona
| failed we saved her life with Buffalo, either via all rail route through dec. M. Bobbin, for the sum of $200.: bad but recently removed to M of the ftouthweat U of the ftontbeut M or Heotlon -
Richmond and Washington/ 'or through' The asps of ftt.OOO: wa* given the people Sanford. They found warm friend. In *4, Township 17 Sooth, Range Ka: ; 8 New Discovery. Our niece Fourth of Jnlr Excur l ui The Weal Hof tbe Caal M of Lot e. of section
Consumption in an advanced Portsmouth and Norfolk; thence a delightful of Fort Pierce to restore their school I. It the hour of tronbla and affliction, who IB, ' Bane' :3* Kuc
Bso used this wonderful medicine The Seaboard Air Line Railway oftersrat.ell sea trip to the east, where cots. being provided that a sum of $50O be endeavored to reliava their grief by act d--:1011rt':: undivided: Ir.o'I" Block

|ay she Ll perfectly well." D_ of one fare between all point In nection are made with the /irreatTnink. raised and guaranteed by the people of loving/ sympathy.At South m,4l,4ci.4.4ii Iso feet of and Block' la tl as to, except SI bMliulve lot .1.and and la la

proat and lung diseases yield to the State of Florida for the round trip,. Line direct to the Rainbow Clt,.. These there to supplement the fund. Mime she friend of the family all ef Block. 147.except Int. 40 and 42a; per
g's New Discovery. to no other and ODe and one-third fares beyond to route are positively the most eonveol- Tbe Board ad Jon mad to neat Monday gathered to pay the last sad tribute to reonriuxl U Hook..r* .f Itaed.at fan IWIIJ..pies d

i on earth. Infallible for coughs Washington, Cincinnati, St. Louis New ant and attractive to Buffalo and It: will moraine. . July 1 t WI. the awa-lamb, the darling of the famil aced JCaat.rurehaaerpays.la talus 4,TO"D.1 pr: Salt, Hang/M

u Met and $1 bottlee gu r'B. Orleans and intermediate points. Tickets Interest ud.beDellt! you: toeall oa the J. M. Dixox, She rest 'natb tba shade of tha !South: for eaeontlng Bberift" Deed.
R. WlUon A Son.' Trial on sate July 2nd 8rd and 4th, limited to Seaboard Air Una Railway agent before Attest; R. E. Mi**, Chairman. era oak, wblle the mocking bird sing a Fw L. (1.110. i

return oo or before July 8tb, 1901 completing arrangement for your trip. Secretary, requiem o'er bar grave slauydSlt.rW..of T.flrrtard BROWN Cowt&,. I




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Influence" of nlcoliol Is apt to b< 'vloren VESTIBULED

t; Two hundred bushels of potatoes and dangerous. Since the Introductionof + yr anerICan Exposition 1

the new method of controlling tbe MITED
tl I; remove eighty pounds liquor business there has been lest SA I I'

I: of "actual"Potashfromthe crl.me-20 per cent less. the police reports """ BUFFALO, N. Y.DSKlJSL .

I'I soil. Unless this quantity all uncommon sny. .Before for a couple thlrf It of was peasants not at May 1 st to November1, I.

l: \ is returned to the soil, maddened !by vodka (whisky), to run

amuck through the streets. !Indeed
the following'crop will them formed a sort 01 r
a number of Line Rail

..f i,: materially decrease. Mafia society each member carrying The Seaboard Air wa J
:r""y" a dirk knife In bill boot which be

\ We have books tatllng about used freely on tile passerby when tinder "
I 1 low Excursion Rates from all Floridapointe. Tickets on sale daily.
compooitioo".uM* and value of the Influence of alcohol. Severe t W Offers
{1 I!w fortilixers" for various crop. I II and $42.95 TITUSVILLE *IJ 1. ,
$42.30 ; 0:.
''h' Ii M: They are sent ire.S penalties have tfanlly dope away I h Rates from Cfltfc
this. ponding; low rates from other points.
%; To out the plrltHind' intent of RICHMOND and
..1 carry service Including Sunday via ASllJXGTO:
93 Nassau St., Double dally ,
f .%lust. Now York.. the two provision already quoted there. e For farther Information write...
1' are two very popular features of War.saw s + .. .( 7
I public! life which are proving sue r : t1 A. O. MAODON1',:LL, As.t. Gen. Peas Agt. Jacksonville Floridt
; cessful. These are the popular theater ----- '

and the Sunday entertainments on the F
I:' = Dixie Flyer Route . .
i \ : great common at Praga. tbe northern' .

suburb of Warsaw, just across the
j Double daily trains, with PULLMAN'S: FINEST VESTIBULED BUFKKT: (''ARI
Vistula river.
Iii Iiiit RTC The theater Is supported by govern. -Through without change=-
ment subsidy! entirely) and the prices of
-C'loll connections made In Union Depots for-
admission are merely nominal tbe maximum
____ Cincinnati, Memphis and all points West and Northwest
Chicago t,
r" being/ CO kopecks (about 30 cents).
The . Tri-'V cekly Sailings.! . Be sure that your ticket reads via -
and building was formerly a riding

Accented Free iii, Masons. academy and la quite spacious seating WESTERN & ATLANTIC t &RAILROAD ST. LOUIS and RAIIWAY. ,'CHATTANOOGAFor

over 1.200 persons. The walls are decorated BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK
IJtcreare ; Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...
if i- with and
paintings flags. '
T. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville, Fla.
In tbe tolbe at Charleston, S. C.,,, both ways)
given every night year C. E. HARMAN: Gen.. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manage
Indian = No. 00Tltusvllle accompaniment of an excellent orchestra Finest Nai-livillu, TeDD.I ;
The in the Coastwise Service I Atlanta, Ga.
River popular plays, all with tenstxrance! I _
moral' I attended one performance.:

Lodge. r tf \ Florida The hull was crowded with Intelligent Thb. Clyde New England and Southern' Lines.

Holds' lt. meetings the second and fourth Fri. look I nit. fairly well .penned 1 people of Direct bervlce Between PLANT SYSTEM

day of each month ai the late Armory, Titus- the penMIIin nod lower( Itouriteoln clans.Tbe .
film, at 1 ash o'ul.M-k Jacksonville
p. m.Oao. Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
W. Knoble Wonhlpfiil Master.J. play' rendered was simply another ,
It. Walker Senior Warden. variety of (he old story. The hiiftband. Charleston S C.
(Calling at .both
O. t*. B hnyl r, Junior Warden. ways. )
.: M.l>lxon:Trnwurar. led awdy by JoYlal'lImpnnlobK. spendsall SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS t The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:

"..A. Morgan Secretary his money for drink even the little Southbound....... ..........".... .. .,.... .. .. .....t. ......... ..from Lewis Wharf Boston Atlarftlo Coast Line via Charleston
The ,
J.: A.: Hughes' ,Chaplain.: horde the liardtrorklng mother bas Northbound......... ....... .......... .. ..,.... .. .. from foot'of Catherine Street, Jack onvUle To the East via all rail. Riclrauw
J. L. Carruther, Senior Deacon. : and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah, Cohrabi
W. M, Woodward.Junior :?on. laid aside tor her sick child. The childIs and Wmbitigton.To '
J. B. screven,Senior I Seaward.I. '
finally' taken to a boMpltnl.. where the St. Johns River Line.
II. Walton.Jnnior Steward. Clyde
I The via Jesup Atlanta and Cbattanoogo. The LaN
the West Spathes
R. Illon.!: : Jr.,Tyler.'ALCOHOL parentsannot "see It. Through the Intervention
(DeBary Line'.) via Montgomery The Southern R'y via Savannah: Column
and good' offices of a kind BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. .' and Asbevllle. The M & 0 R'y via Montgomery.:
temperance gentleman the husband reforms
IN RUSSIA. the ('child I I" restored '10 Its. parents Stopping at Falatka, Ator, St. Francis loge, Hcntsford on theSt.John'aRivet.STEAMER (Detand. ). Blue. Spring and intermediate land.. To the East via' Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co for New Toil
Philadelphia and Boston. via Savannah and Merchants Jlio*!
and every one Is bnppy. Of course "II.. O.,DAY." Transportation Company for Baltimore.'

WHAT THE: CZAR .IS, DOING TO PROMOTE all the scenery and accessories are Russian CAFT..W. A. SHAW. To Key West and Havana viaFort Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental
or Polluli, nod the people see before Leave foot Catherine street Jacksonville II Ire p. m., Tuesday and Saturdays.Leave To Nova Scotia Cape Bretonjind' Prince-Ed wards Island via Boston and Calm
TEMPERANCE. Sanford S tflO 8:30 a. and ,
a. m JI'nterprt : roof Monday. 1'huratl.yo.Cen'l
V. them whit of their own life with Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlotte toq,

Its consegtwneesnflow passenger and Ticket Office, 204.W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. .
Qov.rame.t, Exerel.ee Rigid Swpee.t SD'J\4:> I7R: O U'n.XSTS TTIOISLIIIJTS:: : ;:
t ..1.1.. O..r .... aml t .....Ie......
o To Avoid' Trouble. .O. HAGERTV Easfn: l....*. Agt.. .F.' IRONMONGER.; Fla. Pass. Act.. will be on sale at all points on the PLANTi; SYSTEM to the principal MouoUii
A CKr .r Forty Thu.wad W/lbor( 19 State St.' ,New York. j \l0'\ west IlaY St..Jacksonville.. the until 30 Inch
Drl.kl.g. S.I.... Now Is the time to provide yourself and THOS. D.HALEY,Local FreghtAgene, I I O. P. LOVKIL.: Aunt. Kla. BII Lake and Seaside Resorts throughout country. September ll\
__ :J'aok.onvllle.l'la. limited to return until October :31..
atnlly with a bottle of Chamberlain's foot Hoitan 8t Jacksonville Fla. | Foot HoKan at.,
Colin Cholera and Diarrhoea JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. Foot Hogan Jacksonville aria Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO, N. '1':., account Pan-American Expo itlo,
lam.uetz Remedy. THEO. O. KOKH.!: Oeneral Maqaffnr. WM. f OLTOK M 'n.. General Agents.
It Is almost certain to be needed before enabling passengers to visit Niagara Falls.
CIlenebrotiKh Building, Itf flute St.,Opposite Battery I'arlr. New Yoi k.
Addresses of parties In the North sent to the undersigned will\ be liberally
the summer Is over, and If procured now I O. If. WAI/TON. THiisvllle Fla
I 000 Inhabitants, situated about CO mile may save you a trip to town In the night Agent, ; plied with all information\ and handsome advertising matter.

t from the Itouuionlun frontier and soma or In your busiest season. It Is every will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern; Western and Southern Statute

what less than 200 miles) from the where admitted to be the most successful all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during tbe season of IO'IOOIlh"Ited () ) ,

Black sea, writes L. K. Van Noruian lu medicine In use for bowel complaints, to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover privlledges In Florida.

The New Voice. Kanjenetz: Is the chief both for children and adults. No familycan Florida East Coast Ry. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally -
afford to be without It. For sale by plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.
towu of a government which. In the
.all druggists and medicine dealers. -
Russian system of administration cork F. M. Jolly Division Passenger Agent

i responds to one of our states. Th. Way to WI.-Str...
} There are uo saloons In lCamen ta. The'Romans won their empire by attacking SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. B. W.. W TO n n Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
There are places where can get a their enemies one by one. Besides '
you '
4 ( bottle of boor or: other liquor but you this, they did not attack a new ..DIi.. Daily.o.IIY Dally No.Un STATIONS. lJai.17 No.78 Daily No.82.P... ee W W. B. DENH AM, General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga.

cannot drink It from a glues on the enemy until they had conquered the Q) Od C7D >
.t4 Tufi; D"1ft Ly..J.keonvlll..A. TlXip i ioToa .. P."' r r COff
premises. You may have liquor served old enemy. They went farther still o SIBp. 103us.ar........ 81, Auguxtlne .........Lv Stop 90Ua 00' C'D H:
+ ; at your meuls In hotels awl restaurants and like the English In conquering India .. tri .4 1I'.iQ6baLi..tlt Aal'11.tln..AI' 114.1' 8/1l1a/ C F+PH "
SMtp ll7a HaHtmffM ..... ...Lv 82M m ly n
""" .k. 8 Up
but there are no bars to drink used their late enemies, and this vin ..,a 81Up 11 4il Io "..:....&.ot Pitlatka......... /Sep a lOa jI" .... r O
at. In each of the small outlying village '1. what we should do In learning and I .,.... 84Mp It I 9p".n....... Neogn ............. .".. 4 Up 7118a O"o t to > t
t 702p ...........,,B.mn..I1.: ....... .... 401lp TlDo 2
*, very dirty and poor, there la an practicing games and athletics. It Is o' ..CD.. i 1 1.| 1U11p It 11II1' .............Dupont.. .;..... .' BMp 7 Ilia M onI3 Soui1ern
inspector detailed to We that this law of little use to try to conquer the whole en 1111'1' lOAp ".. .......... .Ormonit........:.. .. 8251' 6 Maa :
1 rib tIS... 76ap HTp .... Daytona. ........... 8131'682& I 2
Is oliHurvcd. This white uniformed of. empire at once. First' conquer a part P1 E""/ +at5 sup 127p .........Porv Orange ...... ... Boep240P tla ,
1 flctul way be seen at all hours of tbe and make It your own. Then proceedto W 0 S:tip 1 tip .......New. Sm rna ,.... eats 5 _. ..Ba
in .. . a UP .:.........O..kHIII.
day and night entering without cere- a second part and conquer that; C. 42."C'.0 .. II"' |" ...........TtttwvlllaCuooa .:.:::"... .I488p'..... .r+ 03 IIC:

moray the shops where beer la sold only and. If you can let tbe parts which rag tIS s .... .8i-.p .. .. .... ... ... ....... It lOKp .... 50 bI 1"1
:: I4:: ..... RMp: .....Rn by tbe bottle and even the huts of the you have already' ronr.uored help you la a....... U45404p-) .......... .Ireueills.: .. ....... 1:16.: ... . .... CD:: m. O PJ Railway
peasants to bunt out evasions of tin to: conquer frwih. IJori .Eustace U. .a u am. ... .. ....... ilHlbnurne..........." l.'Wp.. .... l P d n.hoO.....
Evening p law. I saw two peasants In one village dills lu Saturday Post. ) '- .. .... ... 61'11": ......... .. 1St. Lu.*."........... *. 11 Ita ...... p ttCf .hoO.....
seated on on old manure heap iii o ...... b Alp "........, Tort Pl rne.......... II tan ... .-Is'c, e.. M .
o ...... II uAp .. ..... .. Tilrtwla........... HIHIlBMien .....
drinking beer from a bottle. An inSpector To save mending avoid breaking, ando rE/I Eo4 f&c .. . IIUllp". .... ...... .K.lenJfnwtu. .........,. .. ... ZS'
went Ull| to them and! ufter; n avoid suffering prevent cuuglm and .... .. Blip .. ..... ............. .. HIITTB ,,..., CD n. o O&S .
4/ *1 f.. 'M a :+ ....... Stuart: ..,.. .... ...... """"I""
I i1 few moments' conversation the* l peasants colds by the timely use of B"lIlu'd'IIUure- O Q) CO .. . e 3lp1 :: .......-.. Fob.,t'entnd......... : .. .... DIRECT L.INI3-QUIGK TIME TOasblngtcn.
t reluctantly surrendered two full lound HA up. It Is a safe, sure and swift o S re .. .. T04p ....... .Went Jupltwr... ......?. : ..... t'.Q 0
remedy for all bronchial ailments. Price TWIp80Up' :: .......Went Palm Boach.1..... :: lla........ a Of rr "CO Baltimore Philadelphia,
I I bottles to the Inspector! and seven emir 25 and 60 cents. 11., R. Wilson &: Sou.Inopportune. H .. ........ ..B<'ynton..........,... . a e5 a o' new York '
; ty ones. I found out afterward that .. . 6O\'P"\ .. ...... Defray ...... .. : .:.::: by fbltago, Cincinnati.
CO . . .. BMp .......ForbLau.'entale....... Itin: .. s 0 Eouiwiiie Atlanta
these Inspectors hove discretionary caW t 8Tp .. ........I..nUII7.. ......... : : : '" a S Birmingham
1 I powers as to how much the peumuituinny "See here exclaimed the shopper .. 1Ic.'J'Ar. ... ]tiamt... .........Xv 84ini.. ..... ?.. to: Chattanooga Memphis, St. Louts, Kansas City.

t 11 { v drink even In bottles and when excitedly: "there's a man Just dropped liuir-t I'Mrtor <:niIMI I'ritiii-v :{.':> i MI 7H AND ALL, POINTS BAST AND VEaT.
? :
b'' they for 'It. I saw uo disorder In
pay dead In that bargain crush r' >Io.a.iN.iii ..21 N '
r the streets of Kamenetz or thu surrounding "How Inopportune! cried the floor. bun i Hun Daily MAYPORT BRANCH. Daily alt Dully N o.15 Daily o..2 No.dun 1 I Sum o?'" NO
vlllngos. walker. "We have not opened ex 0..1..t.\ et.Hal only only. LINE SERVICE LIKE THISi
i i for of the yet our ; '.u... TtOp70Mp l; i tv.... ... .at'keonvill. . ..Ar ti 1 Tt: 'liOp l iTTias cop)
So much that portion .
undertaking department.Phlladel. iiial THE NEW
I."f" : '' .80. duuke'uvllle...;....Lv S 86n: 622p 110211 862) YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESSAND
great, governmental plan which la "to phia Press \ ", 14..)> 1\alp' Il 00ft ." ...I"'TPabTo'BeaonV......... : sop m aua 82Up
7CII"| 54.p IIU11a ..... ... Atlentlo&wyh........ aaial8j.,
have In viethE' alb \ : THE
regulations 0'- .)>. s'reIi2uaAr.. : .. . . ..MaTTM ". ... ...Lv 1Ila': .." ""plUIOn 8 8111p 0 U. 8, FAST MAILTo

/I oversee the sale 'alcohol. In order n... .. Corn. ,.. .. ....,.".... N"1" No.4.' No.4Vi., ... No.6f pPally the: East:'end North.
that It might properly conform to the To the question "Wltft Is the best DalK o.ivi PAt.XTKA BRANCH i <> |
!!l Dall" Dally Dal! Dally DullY
;! Dally Dally
-'l" / Dally
). health and morality .of the popula method of sowing Dwarf Essex rape in -*1:1>,'t .000pl" _I t ''ba TSa. .: L."..E Ht Pala ka..Ar 80Jn' IIt.t.Irap. : Ibbp' a()\pPjOiiS THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED
1\' \ I0fl ....
1I ?!\\p .r .P"II'k Lv 7/'ntllbn'1713n' \ '
for and :: C& 1I4l\ "
tion. corn for pasture hogs sheep -, ,_ n -IIIE \ To *:hVeM t; and North.W.st.The : :.
2 The second and third objects of the whether It Is better to sow It alone or N..I"'I I' l BAN MATEO BRANCH ...4rt No 88Dnlly I

I +' committees on temperance work established with other grains and how much to the 7011"1113": 1 Lv .. ...:..... anti Palatlu.. .. ................... Ar-1 ; Dully'TTia TWp line through "The Land: of the Sky," Asheville Hot

by the government are: acre" The Iowa Homestead answers: \ Ar . .. . _____ 'ann Mnrwr . .. .....: .. ....".... Lv o5&a__ 7 Blip Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the

.L, Second.-To spread abrond among Rape can be sown In corn In two ways. Mo.' It ORANGE CITY No. t yo. 4 1. Noli World. Through Sleeping' Cars from Jacksonville t.
the people an adequate knowledge of One Is to broadcast! It Just before the Dally Ih11yI II BRANOH.DalI". Dally D"IV'SANFORD BRANCH. Dally
........ ex. .... .x.8u ExBn Asheville and Hot Springs Carolina.
1 the 'danger Incurred by tbe abuse! of last cultivation and cover the seed In Excu North
TiOpfuloaSMpltlla+ Lv..N.w 8Lmrn..Arl OIP tpae........ .-Tltrmvllle. ...... Ar
spirituous. liquors. that way. Another Is to broadcast the ".. ...Lake I OOPli" ) > ,Ita"| ". .. . Mlnw. ...,...,..::LT : Choice of Routes- to Pan-Amertcau n. Y.
last 406pH8 ...Ora..CIt1: .. : 84p 5B a ........ .0001..n. ... .. 116an exposition' Buffalo
seed after the cultl-
the people
y I Thlrd.-TQ furnish to Immediately | r OraDI'.t.1t7J'.. UIlUpI / 5p sacs ........ ...Enterprixs.!: :.'...."."..*, M
it means of passing/ the time away from ration and not make any attempt to UOpll1 ORUaAI' ...... ... anford... ....,... llUUtoo 118AaThaae Thro gh V.st.buled Trains, PUllman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars,Through

I; i j taverns' In building people's palace cover at all. We have seen a very fair the v Coaches Excellent Diulpg Car Set vice.Through \ .
Time Table show time at which train bx
u teahouses! and lecture halls and In or Forage crop grown by both methods. front the several station, but their arrival or departure may at the expected time stated to arrive and depart.
ganizing'popular fetes for the holding We would sow the seed alone using ho teed. nnr does the. Oumpany. hold itself responsible. for any delay or any aoa-a* not: ..uOttJI snaran aria Trains via the !Southern Railway are Operated In Connection with

of educational conventions particularly other grain with IV, In broadcasting In Ins t..from. the Plant System from Jacksonville

with reference to the dangers of corn from three td four pounds of'seed PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
I For
( Ir alcoholism. per acre Is usually used, and If It Is desired Rates Schedules and Information eall on or addmi

It ( Tbeae temperance committees, which i iI I to extend It so as to better control STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. W. T. COSBY.Trailing Pa".. Dgr Agent, log W,Bay JACK.SONVILLK.FLA.

t have been organized In each of the the distribution tho seed may be mixed: BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.LMT 8 H'HARDw'lK: General Passr ngrr A..., W.B.TAYLOE.G.a.I'.... ,\.

provinces and In tbe great cities, carry with an equal bulk of bran. The broadcasting .. WACHINOTON. D. 0. ATLANTA 0....
Miami Mondays and Friday n GO Leave
I their work voluntarily. Service on Is done much as one broadcasts ., ....... 11m Havana Weds an.18at..layL.. 11 OO.m
t on Arrive Kay W f 1' and WaturOaTH a IU pm Arrive Key West W.. |Is and Saht. 7 OH April 25th, 1901.MALLORY. ,
them gratis, tbe prominent men and' clover and ordinarily we would preferto Lean Key West Turn, aud Saturday 910. pm Gave Key Wm ThiM and Sane: ." 1 It)pm pm
Arrive Havana weds. Mondays Swim
i I women of the, district or city giving do It before the last cultivation but sod Arrive Miami Fridays and Mondays : SOU8T am
For : loc.U tim curd address
copy o ; t any Agent.J. .
their time. energy and money for the the cultivator must follow I m lived late-
D. HAHNEH.: A-*:G.n. Pa.. ..
betterment of the poorer classes,"particularly . ly. If, however the ground Is In good ... - At.at.' s APOUST1N'! P1.A.

of tbe peasants who are much condition for surface sowing good results STEAMSHIP LINE.

f given to. drink. The' chief of police;'I. an' likely to follow sowing after
+ L always a member of these committee Florida New York
In his district. ,

Warsaw' furnishes excellent opportunity i Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada., Philadelphia and Bostoi]
I i ; : From arnnawtek (direct),to New York.
... to observe the!' practical work. : f J '. ; .

'h fogs of the methods adopted-by these f W YYrr l lI.n PRICE $...00 and $3.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S. PAS8ENOKR 8KRTICK.

committees'Warsaw Is on the temperance.largest! city of. Poland Ito FLESM. I In Use by' some of the Principal Boat Builders la the United States. P Union To make Depot connections>on Thursdays with via(aMamars.Cnmb.rland!lave R metal Mia

11 ..d' the* third' In- the entire empire. l' Sale by .manltlna alt 1:80. m. Male sa fonts I or .
i summer can b. prevented p. S!stem) arrive Brunswick II.'"'p.mon .
( only St. Petersburg and Moscow takl,,* Jas. Pritchard '<& 'San a' Bl'll1lawJok It1 directly aboard ..teamer.IIotallllIoGad. .
'ezoemltnir It la s<*e.It baa a pepulaZI 'v -
PROPOSED NoNhlwLr.N.w '"
I t" Emulsion : BAILING.
.j tlpu o< CCO.OQO and la growing rapidly. TITUSVILLEI ,. .7LORIpA. York,Pier tl L R,.: pp.m: (8ta.Ddard Time. Lv.B
As Ibe rent- terminus 'of the Trans* B Its as beneficial In aumme.r.. SKit TIB TESTIilONIALS. FROM PROMINENT. BOAT BUILDERS. From Brunswick, Dtrect. 't New Yor. ) .

Siberian railway It Is d .tloed'to. beconw > '..wl . If-you ara we le! or 8.8.O1r.oRADO.." ... .. .. .FrtdayJnns 1
i of ,f .. ,." .. .l .., .n.., 'e, art : .n., a. 8. 1UQ GRANDE.I Jend ll
.of the first class cities It will > t Iday:
one GLtIliD&...................... .. .
r Ir t. Europe.!' D Hi SCOTT Bend&B.WNliIi.mlab.forfr.......!>I.. ,, THE{ ADVOCATE' JOB: PRINTING OFFICEPrints roc. lowest ra'a.....COLORADO rN.Trjanat. ...", Jane 29

,4, There was formerly mucb drunkenness < 4oa-4>5 Karl Mr=. Mw York. . .. general Information,apply t.. .....
+ The Slavonic g. jem end p. ell dnttal+m. A. w. AK"'U 7JOW.BaBRJeC.H.YALWBY@
In Warsaw peasant all kinds of Commercial Stationery Wedding Stationery: Card, Bill Etc. .J...1t.A TMOND.; Agent SS....... .ha..
I; la a great drinker, and when under the Co..OeIl8r&l Assts.le, Slip.sad 181I"road-.y'Lr

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::I: :CJ:4: -RIVER::J : :HOTEL': :' Growing PariUH Groin wad and lllulirr Prort.lows.aan.iler Oult.re.We . I An II>K."II are|tr.>l Dully ty; which; In Spite Irounrd. '.- The Sweetwater Park Hotel and BathsT.JTHIA n R, }

TITUSVILLE find that taking periods of Ire of Theiiiivlvo. No' Noxloii I>o.... U EOHOIA..

yours the growth of grain. la Increasing No Vltutkpiiliigfrftho N.."' .... A Plessant. Situated twenty miles wont Atlanta, on Southern Railway. A commodl-
to INDIAN RIVER, rapidly In the southern ntuten. The r<>.ltl\4i cure for the Liquor Habit. Otis, well built., modern hotel, 1 Electric Lights. Steam Bent Service and

.. .. corn crop of 18(10 was 30,091,733: ) bush-. It is now generally known and understood ] cuisine unexcelled Mineral Massage Vapor, Turkish and Nutlle Halhs.Xntuie's .
FLORIDA. remedy for rheumatism, gout, kidney and nervous troubles. High ,
via In 1STO 44J.814TU1 1Iu..4L'18. an lu- I that dtunkenneas Is a disease mid
__ altitude ]try climate. For booklet 1I1I<.1I'CIIS. JAS. E. I1ICKKY.
crease of S3 per cent In ten 3'<'1\1'8. Inl not weakness. A body filled l with poison,
"r ? . ,
and nerves shattered by - - ----
completely ---- --- -- -- ---
" $ x) the corn product In the Mouth was
r, Proprietor. or constant. use of Intoxicating IIICl11LANlMN.C.-
412814791. In 1M>JV tub Increase over
liquors requires an antidote capable ofneutralizing
this nniouuted to 37 making a
ixT.cvnt \
and l eradicating this poison,
: The hotel fronts on the crop of over wide sweep of bay(7( miles I The rise in the price of cotton during :Sufferers may now cure themselves SATULAH HOUSE mail LANDS:: x. c.

width),formed by the the fall of 1S\\).; and the spring of 18tU at homo without publicity or IONS .
.. u .. to ? a Indian River, making it a to 8 cents and \O cents pvr )pound causeda of time fn>m business l>v this wonderful) Highlands 1 N. C., the gem of mountain summer resorts, in situated on I tho
4 y delightful summer reIn greet curtalluu'Ut In the grain crops "HOME GOLD CUKK" which has been Blue Ridge, about 4,0(10( feet above the sea, 7 miles from tic point of Inter-

sort. Constant cool in the cotton districts, so that the production perfected after many yeaisof close study section of the boundary Hues of North Caiulliin, South Carolina/ and Oeoigliu. ii
breezes from the sea and of corn In the southern states and tiealmentof IlIe l'lall'H. The faithful Highest temperature\ Indicated by Uov't thermometer In 17 years /t;7 *. Ten

bay. Flowing sulphur reduced to 4.13,431MI1:) bushel In use according to directions of this won- mountain penks from 4,500 toJVJOO feet high, and] ten waterfalls from 23: foot
itsra laps n $. n 4 i'uq 1 T J springs Special winter was derful discovery Is positively guaranteed l to 80 feet fall, within one mile to eight miles I from center of town. Telephone
n jj advanced to 1>73,
1800 but -
OA I. rates. to cure the most obstinate case, no mnt- connections and regular Hues of hacks with \\1\1\,111,1.8\ C. Coriaapond
*'e- t- 388,044! bushels In 1MXH. This reduction ter how hard a drinker. Our records further piu-tloulnis\ with JAMES! El lEOU'I',1'roprletor. jr

was! extremely unfortunate for the cot- show the marvelous transformation ot . 9
ton planters, for by reason of the excessive thousands drunkards lutosober, Industrious -
JACSONVILI..B S crops the prices of cotton began and uptight men BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C.

to drop until they reached cents In WIVES CUUK YOUR HUSHANIH I'
the fall of )<11)1'1.! At tho same time the Children euro your fathers! This remedy .
andso Is In no sense nostrum. but Is a sneclflc Hotel Mount. Mitchell BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C.
prices of grain begun to advance,
U VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. for this disease! only, and Is so skill ,

the cotton" glowers "caught It going fully devised and piepitred. thnt It Is Tills throe-story hotel Asa been furnished entirely mw throughout, porcelain] i a

and coming. thoroughly; solvable and l pleasant to the bath tubs having been added.. The hotel has 80 sleeping rooms, Hue otllou,
The,'amount of wheat grown in the taste, so that It cnn be !given in a cup often parlor, dining rooms, ball\ rooms, orchestra of fine music, morning anti evenings -
Opposite pogtoffloe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re south is Increasing with n satisfactory or colTee without the knowledge of ; Is amid beautiful shaded glove, with! seven hundred feet of voruntlart. I

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted and encouraging regularity, and tho the peiHon taking It, Thousands of The\ tower of lintel being, live stories, gives the (Incut view of mountain scenery -
time Is not distant avian with the aid drunkards have cured themselves with to bo hnd In tho State. Direct on Sou them R'y.. and fifteen\ miles northof
Rates $2.50 per day and up. of abundant cheap fertilizing material this priceless remedy, and as many more Anhvllle, N. C. No finer summer resort In tho United States for health

D. W. SPERRY Proprietor. the bonier states BO cnllwl will rh'alln have. been eared and male temperate men or pleasure )lintel opens June 1st. Rates $2 per flay SJi(1l'lal; weekly ratesto
quantity the great wheat growing by having tIe cure administered by loving families and those remaining the wholo IIOIMnli.IIY Information\ aeslied
north. In 18SO $ filends and relatives without their address! earn Hotel !Mount Mitchell, Black/ Mountain: N. C. ,
states of tho central knowledge In coffee or ten, and believe Formerly of Jacksonville, }<'II\, Mss jf. L. WARD 1'rop.
[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West yield per acre, 8.9 bushels: 181K. yield .
today: that they discontinued drinking of
.. . . .. .
FLA. 11.8 bushels 1807, yield - - -- -- - - -
per acre, ; peracre their own free will. DO NOT WAIT.
13.0 bushels; 181)8, yield per acre, Do not be deluded! by apparent and misleading IIF.NI'USN"If.I.1.: :, N. c.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- 14.3 bushels.: 'Improvement.' Drive out the P

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water This is one of the most encouraging disease at once and for all time. The HKNDKK&ONV1LLK N, 0.Hendersonville's .
It "HOME COLD CUUK" is sold at the THE WHEELER I
features In southern agriculture.
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All << intensive extremely low price of One Dollar, thus ItoteU r,
shows a tendency: a more -
street cars pass the door. Rooms.OOc, 73o: and $1 a day. Booms and system of farming, and this Is placing within reach of everybody a treatment Open all the year. Altitude 2,3\0: feet. The dryest climate In North Carolina. '
effectual than others
more costing
board 2.00 to $2.50 per day. also Inferable from the reduction of the $23 to $no. Full directions accompany Golf links. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. Ono hundred and twenty-five

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.ST. size of farms throughout the south. each package r-peclal advice by skilled, bedrooms. Electric lights. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ball .oom.

i MMMMHMiMMMHMMHM l MMHHi BMiHBMMMMMHMHIMMHHM The tendency toward higher yield< physicians when requested without extra :Mineral Springs Bath rooms. Ten-pin alleys. All modern, convenience;*.

AUGUSTINE. and better culture Is clearly: ) shown by charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the For fHither Information and rates, address
these figures. The average has been world
brought up to the full average of the C 700 EDWINBAILES&CO.,2:130.32: \ : IIARDIN A WHEELER Proprietors, Heudersonvllle, N. C. !

AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. United States, and with the same gradual Market St., 1'hlladclphln.V All ooriespondvnce No consumptives! taken.
The Old City By-the-Sea. rate of Increase In yield these grain strictly -
growing states of the south will possibly
This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is soon outstrip any other states In two or three lambs ata time and fre NKW': VOIIIC
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of' interest thatno the Union. quently' lamb twice In one year. Our

other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi experience hero wjth them does not :
But of the surest! signs that the "
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel baa all one of justify n conclusion on these' claims.. Hotel Fifth Avanllbtltstreet
modern that contribute the comfort of LIb- south Is making Itself Independent Kensington
Improvements can to guests. But certainly they are n line largo
Now York .
conducted. 2;:;0. Summer Rates $8 to the great grain growing states of the ,,
erally Capacity : $2 to $2.50: per day sheep hardy and attractive.-J. G. Lee, ,
$12 per week. For further particulate address northwest for supplies of bren.dRtuffs'and .'
F. C. HAYDEN, Manager provlHlons Is seen' In a comparison Louisiana. _. Select Family anti Transient. Hotel. European Plan.

of the production of grain" In the seven Th. llum.eller'. $l.... Restaurant tho Standard of Excellence.

1 principal cotton growing states! '-via. I will (julnt you a .Ian l ItmnwilkT, GEOKOK; 0, HOWE, 1'roprletor.
LAZA HOTEL .. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. North Carolina Soutji( Carolina. Georgia And ".1I1f U aliovt yuur dour
A la 1m m n. Mississippi. Texas and A truer anti better lnnhoarU 9 Late of the Buckingham, St.. Augustine, nnd other Florida hotels. .

This hotel Is .. for ROOMS: It is Arkausas-r-for the years of istx( and Than ever you hail tie lore. -' .-
now- pen ONLY. centrally located neal 1 will paint with the kill of a mailer
Postof ice, Bank and Cathedral. 181)8. In HmO) these states produced Anti many ahatl pause to aiTlila >. HAHATOOA SPRINGS. N. Y. '

Rooms, GOots to 1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. 228,130,233: bushels of corn and 11,510.- .. wonderful plum ol painting, -- I
D. SANCHEZ, Manager. 271 bushels, of heat. In 1898 the production Ho Ilk the reality. :

of corn for these same states 1 will paint yourself Rumaoller, EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA, SPRINGS: N. TV:
was noso.! ...:! bushels'' and of wheat A* you wait for tilt fair young .boy. .
..'.FRO TIXG ON THE FLAZA..1 21,279.0m: bushels, being n gain of 34.7 Just in the morn of manhood, .
LGONQUIN HOTEL A mothw'a prlil. and Joy.Ha This beautiful family hotel will open for tho JOth season, under the same
ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. per cent In the production of earn and baa no thought.. of stoppiog.nut management on June lit, 11101
*: of C(! per cent In the production. of you greet him with a' nll>. Now pliimblnjr.wlth the latest Improvements, hall been put In throughout
Sea View. Open forrooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with heat III eight jVnrs. And you aram ao blithe and frlandlrThat tho entire house, and It linn also been newly painted anti I refnrnliihed. !

comfortable beds. Rates inoderate. The Increase In the number of hogs h. I'...... to chat awhllo. The hotel nccommodntfs'two hundred guests (at reasonable rate) and has F

la the south during the S live hundred feet of shady plnt/.a.
produced present 1 will paint .g.ln. Bumaolleri ;
MRS. A. S. PELL, Proprietress. decade with a corresponding docrease 1 will paint you you aa you aland.. The location, opposite' Windsor Hotel on South Broadway Is one o( tho best
-- In the great grain and hog producing With a I"omlnllillo.. of liquor In Saratoga nnd'only one block from nil the principal spilngs.
--oiinioxli I Holding In either hand. For. terms anti other particulars! address
of the north tells In unmistakable
regions ,
It. wavera hut you urge him l'. M. 8UAREZ. Saratoga Springs N Y,
terms the progress the "\ I Pledge mo lest this one," r
ORMOND DY-THE-&EA. south Is making In supplying Its own And he llfta the < 10TEL COQUINA In the of .- And the htlllih work U done.
necessities way provisions.Dr.
East Coast of Florida. ITets.
J. It.: Klllebrew, Tennessee. And I next will paint you a drunkard. Fishing
Hotel Coquina Is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. WhileIt Only a year hue Sown ,

offers all the delights of the seashore. It Is only ten mInutes' walk, or five Wrinkle In Plowing. Dut Into this loallieeome creature ,'. "
minutes by horse-car, from the orange groves and palm-shaded walks on the Now Is a good time to plow land forspring Th. fair young boy .has. grown.Tb 1.\
banks of the Halifax River. It Is two miles from the railroad station being work waa quick. and rapid; t
Turn It and leave It .
connected with It by horse-car. .. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of lem- crops. up I will paint him aa h. UnaIn ,,"
rough. It will freeze a few times, and a torpid drunken alumbwrUnder
on, orange, and rare tropical fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, aklea.
wintry i'I
ocean and surf-bathing and fine fishing. The climate Is delightful and is that will break It up nicely, and a disk .
beneficial cases of overwork or nervous prostration.Will harrow at the proper time will smoothIt 1 will paint the form of the mother .
open about the tat of June, but will be In a position to take care of down and level It nicely. By leavingthe Ai she kneels at her darllng'a aide, r
guests after Majr 10th. Summer Hates: $2 per day; $S to 'I:! per week. plowed ground rough as suggested Her beautiful boy that waa dearer

For further Information address, D. B. MATIIEaON, Ormond, Fla. more surface Is exposed to front and I will Than paint all the the world shape.. bnltle.ol a coffin.

the more perfectly It will\ pulverize aft. Labeled. with one .word ".....t."
erward. Every farmer knows the ad- I will paint alt. this Kumeeller,
SEAIIREKZE. And paint It Ire of ,_to
vantage of a thoroughly pulverized soil GREAT REVOLUTION in FISHING NETS
over the same soil In a lumpy condi The ulna and the shame and the sorrow .
he Breakers tion.Land broken with a turning plow so That la bom then In your rumihop To reduce our stock we are compelled cut our former prices In two. Our antilog -
(City Beautiful.) No hand can paint; you know) '
that the sod Is completely Inverted If But Vii paint you a sign "..m..II_, .,/ u< will give you present BOTTOM 1'HICES. .
Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean I'ler. well and smoothly done Is very prettyto And many shall pauae to view .

New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100) guests.: Overlooking the look at. but we doubt very much If It This wonderful swinging .algnboard.Bo . The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
I terribly, tearfully.tru*
Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath singleor $ U the best way to do It. Bar- Texas -Exchange.Trmperniiao : .
Indiana .
eq suite. First-class system modern plumbing throughout the entire build- Farm and Hnnoh. The chief object 7U.91-8.1: E. } Street. Chicago,, Illinois. "

ing. Twenth-elghCbath houses with stone floor provided with fresh water should he to pulverize the soil and Inverting In Denmark. .. . . .
shower baths. Life line extending four hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two The first temperance congress In Denmark 4
sod U. not It nor
latest Improved life boats for safety to bathers at any possible mishap, and for a pulverizing be was recently! beld. Tbe Danish PAlrO* BY THE SEA LIVE11Y.
condition to
leaving It In the best ;
deep sea fishing.] Special attention will be paid to fishermen and fishing parties.under Good Templars were the originators of
the of The 'Breakers' has been erected pulverized by the harrow. If tbe object \
personal supervision manager.
and the
tbe movement, at opening
without regard to expense to meet the demands of those who appreciate llrst- Is to plow under rubhUli so It will chief Herr Ilen- :Turnout of all descriptions SADDLE; HORSES,
class service and It will bo the aim of the management to retain it as such. rot well that Is a different thing. A their grand
SEA FOOD A ECIALTY-Opens July 1, 1001. Rates $8 to $12 per tenacious sod cannot be pulverized by rick Voss presided and welcomed the : IlAGOAOB Transfer

week. Speolal to families and parties. Any farther Information will\ be glady any sort of ploywe/ have ever seen delegates, and In doing/; so sold that .

furnished upon apppllcatlon to G. A. PACETTI, Manager, but It the furrow slice\ Is left edge up there were about 100.0OU abstainers In TRAPS, HAULING, Etc.
FurnIshed cottages to rent In Seabreeze, Fla. or helter skelter In the fall the frosts the kingdom of Denmark-not a bad d
connection with hotel. II., L.. KOCIIER81'EUGJR!: Prop. of winter will enable the harrow to pulverize result of 20 years' work when one SURREYS, *.m a1 n Wro. WILKINSON,

bears In mind that the total population Z-ZaL
It nicely LAUD A US r7
2000000. .wi'Wfr. Proprietor.
was only about ? r
fries Meal For PIES.r 'F' .. ..
he South Carolina experiment station Alcohol Weaken. VICTORIAS Pablo Beach Fla.WHITE'S .

It teems. that on the whole tbe effectof .. ,. .. . .
finds that when fed with sklniiullk I -- -- - - -
( alcohol U to weaken the resistant' ,Ve1;,;,
otel Granada rice meal has a feeding value equal to
On Indian River. that of corn meal. Of the tissues to microbe attack. A CREAM

Pigs 0 months, old mode an average drunkard vaccinated at the Pasteur I WO1.MS1! VERMIFUGE !
The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gallie, FIa.,102) miles south of Jacksonville gain of 1.72 pounds per day for II day Institute for rabies was treated at the
Indian River unexcelled boating, bunting and VnitliQimalUr. B->ln shore of the .
on the west when fed on rice meat and skrtnmllk at same tlitfe as a child bitten by the <*, ark a*>*#* a *r* a *pr ** rXB ar * *% V,

fishing.hotel.Matchless Rates $2.80 clfmate.to $3.00 Launch per for day.the Special use of I guests.rates by A month llr t-el.-or season.homelike the ratio of one pound of meal to four same dog. The man drank all through For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies, t WS&8W:

Open all the ;,ear. Address GLEASON BROS.:: Eau Gallie, Fla. pounds of milk. Tbe lot fed on cornmeal his treatments He died Of rabies, _c>>XoX> Xfar ALL x>x .VG .oxa aB*. J JJAMCS (
and sklmmllk at the some ratio while tbe child continue well and I"NpaNd by F. DALLARD, Gt. Louis.' 1f

made an average gain of 1.60 poundsper afe. .

TALLAHASSEE. day for Cl daya. Catarrh Cannot be Cured

It took 2.48 pounds of rice meal and with local application, .. they cannot The Nation's

IT. JAMES Hotel TLA- 0.91 pounds of sklmmilU to make one reach the seat of tbe disease.. Catarrh Is ,
TALLAHASSEE pound of gain. a blood or constitutional disease, and "In "San Mateo" -

It took 2.B7 pounds of cornmeal and order to care It you mast take Internal Best
Centrally located. The only brick hotel In the city. The table Is supplied 10.28 pounds of sklmmllk to make one remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Cigar.
with the best of food. Large, airy looms and good beds. Rates $3 to $J pound of gain. Internally and acts directly! on tbe blood

per day. Special by the west MRS. F. IULAMB Prop. One pound of gain cost 3.84 cents and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh It'ti; fill.ll4I'idih.

when rice was fed and 4.63 cents when Cure U not a quack medicine. It was '1
of the best, physiciansIn .
prescribed one .
--- or- of
-- cornmeal fell the price corn-
------ was
GA. ton and rice meal this country for years, and Is a regular Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tobacco doctored
ATLANTA, meal being 120 per prescription. It la composed of the beat tropical with
915 per ton. f .. tonics known,.combined with the best opium and other drugs, when.you can have the fun; Florid leaf at a lIyt-cellt

: ATLAb'TA. GA. mtr..., ".,... ...... blood purifiers, acting directly on tbe FREE .
HE KIMBALL HOUSE I mucous surface Tbe perfect combination "
Dorset Is breed to this sec BY nil.
The a new of ..tt.oo
of the two Ingredients Is what produce .
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. ,. tion.' They are large strong and horned garb wonderful reanlta la caring ',' Boa .
of 60.. . . . .4$l.7$ +
I and seem to combine both good Send for testimonials free. Y .,
conducted. AH modern catarrh r.
American and European: Plans.opposite Liberally Union Passenger Station. Atlanta equlr: mutton and wool qualities. It Is claimed -' J..Cheney A Co., Props- Toledo O. : S.. wr sao'w Y'. ; 1 ,

menu. Central location Hotel. For rate., etc., addrots for them that they will attack dogst Sold .by droggtsta< price 73cU. Hall's, .; ; .4-
High Grade and Popular JAB. E. HICKET. also thaj they\ ; are verj pruUfie,)1.'ln family Pills are the belt; I SAX MATEO,VtA j't


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f : A SAD DEATH.Mr. MR. FLAGLER A GOOD MAN Robbins &: Graham Go. E. si-sl. :i.rRsALi./: &:, ::seO.

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llf Aclelbort S. Hay, son of Secretary There has been quite a howl among '
J Hay who stopped oil a short while At some of our contemporaries because Mr. I (Incorporated.) GROCERIES, GRAIN AND PRODUCE

; Tltusvllle with Mr. Geo. F. Miles of St. Henry M. Flagler la about to get rid of PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.: handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES Fl. : I
Augustine about six weeks ago: on an Insane wife, who does not even recognze We the above line 01 goods and solicit the trade "I I illzi: lP.$.!
deal exclusively
their way to Palm Beach and Miami him, from the greatest stranger. Mr. This company owns We (rain and all Groceries, delivered at I '
Write us for prices on 'you .1ltl,,
found dead the sidewalk In front Fla--lor Is and and ers.
was on : a good generous man, '
31 .A. 33D: S E. L. BRADY: Bl O. TITUSVILi:, I KIA. !
of the New Haven hotel New Haven, In thousands case he dives down deep ,

Conn at 2:30: o'clock Sunday morning Into bin pockets to help the needy, which __ I
River Oa the St.
In the Indian
He retired to his room at 10 o'clock, after Is never heard of. Country; s.V.. CARROLL, W. E v t 'i' I Ira) 3]

spending the evening with a party off He bas treated his wife right royally, Lucle Riverf; at ;New River and .on Bay

friends in apparently excellent spirits. and she has an Income of 1100,000( )a year, Prices to suit the times. Carroll & Goldsmith,
r It Is believed that Mr. Hay became lit while her expenses amount to only about Blacayne. "
f I1 t! after retiring and went to the window' 11,000() ) per month. The accounts Of the Send for Land List. '

ui for air. It is supposed that he became estate of Mrs. Ida M. Flagler have been FEEDIerFRUIT;
: and :Miami Fla. AND
: : tI ,. dizzy and fell. filed in the Supreme Court at New York ,

.; Dr. Bartlett the medical examiner, by Mr. Eugene M. Ashley, of Lockport, I' Glass and Tinware. Your PatronageTITTUSVILLE s, ',,..1
F. A. !MORGAN Crockery, '''<
stated that Mr. Hay undoubtedly came committee of her estate to have them' FLORIDA.
I I FV, Smooth Cayenne Suckers. to his death by accident. The bed clothesin judicially passed upon. Air. Flagler wall I ITeildent. Actuary. .
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,t II I his room were found turned over on a for a time committee of the person and -- ---- - -- ------ -- - -
i. For Immediate delivery; price' fats cUair. estate of his insane wife, but when betook Bward Abstract of Title Co, INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTOUY--

4, ouch On the window ledge. was found a partially up his residence at Palm Beach a ,
1'' J. HOWARD LicToirnxinAtr' !; burned cigarette. From this It Is year or so ago, Dr. Carlos F. MacDonald WILL FURNISHAbstracts TITUSVILLE FLA.
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e tf Eden, Florida..! Inferred that Mr. Hay had lighted It for took charge of her person abd Mr.\ Ashley of Title .
a smoke before retiring, and was either of her estate under orders of the Supreme Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Spc,", ,tI) stint,

FLORIDA Visitors who seated or standing by the window It cannot Court. Her estate consists of seon -Foil LANDS IN- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use.' Fair dealing Is my m,">tto.

can be determined whether be fell out In 11 ties of different companies, aggregating Brevard County. I T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
not call at our stores should write for a an attack of vertigo or while asleep.] In value $2,270,775, and there are

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. .Deceased was Jotted States Consul at notes and other claims against; person Office under Law Office of
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I Pretoria, South Africa during the war, and corporations In. New York, New Jersey GEO. M. ROBBINS, J. R. WALKEB. C. II. SWAIN.

n o/ W-@> and did good service while there. He and Ohio. She owns Rome property TITUSVIULB FLA.
was a graduate Yale of the class of '118) In Florida and there Is *30(>,07tt In cash ,
and Ills death occurred on the eve of the to the credit of her estate deposit with Dry Goods Shoes,
112 W.. Forsyth St., Jacksonville also at ,
university which b the
I coromencment rough Morton Trust Company. East Coast Meat Market
r St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau him to New Haven, on Saturday:! and In Mrs. Flagler hold 2.4JO:! shares of the

which by virtue of his class office, the certificates of the Standard Oil Company Furniture .
young man would been one of the lead valued In the petition-Mr. Ashley O. F. DUREN, Agent. ,

",THE ANHEUSER BUSCH, ers. The terrible tragedy, has cast a at (705 a share and yielding dividend r E3S 'TIc
gloom over the whole] city. of about 1100,000 a year. Of Natural op. : Notions and MillineryNew

Asso's Young Hay, It wait remarked, was i li a Gas Trust certificates she holds 153, valued ...... --.
Brewing particular good mood, and bad planned at t2'M;!' a share and on. Natural Gas U2 --- Ao + n
r Goods at close rirlces..
with usual enthusiasm to participate In debenture bond valued. at *15ioO.: ir Pv '
C Famous St. Louis Keg snd'Boo many engagements this week. In the C. F. MacDonald receiveR something over P=>> YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED r Y
harbor iiesa yacht In which with a part; 1,000 a nionih for the maintenance of ='
tied Beer, .
( of his friends, he hud promised to join in Mis. Flakier :SInce tile previous accountIng to. John R. Walker & Co. I
Mold( by Manr F.A. Loflley and a trip on Wednesday to New London for of her husband in May, 1SI!) the es- t

v R L Motlow,TItuevllle,Fla.C the Yale-llarvard boat races on Thurs :, tate has Increased about *1OOOHKI.O() ) ) TITUSYILLE, FLA.Special.
I through the rise In value of Its securities vdC3:
day.The _. CI'2
By Mr. R. ti. Motlow Cocoa, Fla.
C dead body was sent to an under and the accumulation of income. .-
taker's. An examination of the body; According to the above. it seems to ue Gam. .
JOSEPH ZAPF disclosed a discoloration on the light that Mrs. Flagler Is pretty well provided aTITUSVIfLE.

forehead a contusion 'on the right: arm for with this world's goods, and will not FLORIDA. Attention !IGIVJlN

Sole Agent. and an abrasion qn the light leg. A be left penniless the world.

r plain ring worn on the right hand was ,

010 to 020 West Day Street, bent and cut. In the sixty feet High FOURTH OF JULY AT WEST 1 : TO :MAIL ORDERS FOR-
I downward, the body escaped striking i a jZ -

f a' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. balcony one story below, and crashed PALM BEACH. Hardware Tinware Crockery Glassware
upun the pavement with all the force 01 ,, ,
a momentum Increased by the weight ofa
-SO,.)) DY- man of such. large physique as young| 1st. All boats must be entered on or before v Harness and Stoves.
t. lIa,. the night of July 3rd. 1000.

F. A. LOSLEY from Secretary Washington Hay arrived at 5:43 In p.New m., Haven In response 2nd.nice,Entrance and *:.1.00 fee In to fish be boat$ .OO race.In catboat flST'Our{ Stock: Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Prompt!)

3rd. Time allowance to be governed by

.' TITUSVILLE, FLA. sudden to death the of dispatch his son.announcing Mr. Hay was the Long Island Yacht Racing Association Jas. Pritchard & Son.
rules based on deck measurements.4th. .
unaccompanied and signs of
gave great
Boats to be allowed only working
grief lie entered.a carriage, and was ..
sails.6th. .
Poatoffice Box 212
driven ,
1I immediately to the residence o'
I Boats will be start
given a one gun
Mr. Seth Mosely all( Wall street. Worn
five minutes after the tusv1J.J.e.:: lorida.:
out with the long trip from the national preparatory gun ,
has been fired.
capital and once within the house that
I Oth. Race to start at 9 p. m., and all '- .
I sheltered the body of his dead son, the

? i, !Secretary was: so complete collapsed.that medical His prostration aid was for bonts the must surpose be at of City being dock measured.at 11 a. m., If Your House Goes up in Smokeand GAY BROTHERS'

7th.. Race course will cover twelve mile
and will be furnished loose everything
a diagram cap- you
Mr. Hay baa been overwhelmed by the .
it Is fault
tain of each boat. you own
tragic death of Ins son, and Is suffering
from prostration which will probably Any boat that Is going to race can geta JP.1.rO: : : :JIuna.rnn.oosufficient :: : PALATKA FLORIDA.
be relieved through the canal by writing GROCER
by sufficient rest. pass to cover the value of the prop
Hon. John Hay, with Mrs. Hay the Henry Gaillard, care Commercial Bank, erty and household effects should be carried

Misses Hay, his daughters, and Clarence Jacksonville.. Rates are not nigh. The companies
Hay, his eon, left with the body of Adel- The prizes In catboat race are: bt I represent are solvent reliable and lib We make a Special Feature of our
bert 23.: Hay on the '7:10 train for New prize, $00. 2nd, $30. :3rd, $20. eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.

York. The party occupied two private Prizes fish-boat race: 1st, $25. 2nd, Don't neglect to take out a policy.d..15ia1I.WI Mail Order Department
cars, a drawing room, In which were the $15. :3rd: $10. ,
family, and a combination buffet parlorcar The entrance feey from each class will : : :r,

i on the floor of which the casket be added equally to the prizes TITUS VI LLE, FLORIDA. Knowing how difficult it Is In some localities to get GOOD OROCJBJE

rested. The party arrived in New(York E. II. Di+ucx, Correspondence Invited. CHEAP families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them*

1 at 0:16 the same evening, and proceeded Sooty & Trean.. 4th July B. R. Cum. -- ----- promptly and carefully) ; and we know the quality and prices will be Biitlsfutm

to Cleveland, 0., with the remains. -FOR BYE= We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House in East Florida, audit

rt The proprietor of the ADvoCATE had many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.

; t'' NEAR & TAYLOR, the pleasure of meeting Mr. Hay while In FIRE PROTECTION NEEDED. Robt. L. Motlow, =r SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
Tltusvllle, and he appeared to be a gentlemen -
r sterling qualities, and a right A citizens meeting was held last Wednesday Tltuavllle and Ocra, Fla. -- -
Artesian Well evening In the Hoard of Trade
jovial fellow.The .
I 4(.'" young following are tbe rooms, TltiiHvllle, to ennxlder the advis- lrooa Fi.e d. aI1d See
telegrams G-srca.oan.
addressed to Secretary among Hay : ability of providing the town with suitable FULlP AIrnIiJn :: )

': ( i1 I fie t 'j CONTRACTORS, From handilnghaiu Palace, Sir Knollys apparatus lor the extinguishing of
I ( ; tires. Mr. ieo. M, Bobbins presided, and

i t\: 1/1' Eau Gallic, Fla. private King: of Kngland secretary, says f> :His Mnjvstry, the the leading buniness. interests of the townwel'u Swept clean by the fire of May the'3rd. Ilajve on band again a Complete

"The King shares grief In. represented.Mr.
your yourterible
I.' 10... He had the pleasure of C. II. SooHefdcf Columbus Ohio, Stock of Seeds all kinds fur Summer Crops. Write for prices of Seed
t'"p:: wan I Introduced l. cud explained to the
knowing In London.
+ s mention the ADVOCATH when your son
I writing advertisers Lord Roberts telegraphs/ from London: meeting the various appliances manufactured for fall planting. Fresh Stock and Poultry Powders. .Lambert's Death to
w "I deeply sympathize with you In the by a company he represented for suet, Cluiti flu Rr (I ta Lice Slug Shot etc. A few of at $3:) ,
tragic doathvof your son. Ills kindnessand controlling of fires. The majority of I.,,, p Sltl, tIISKtr NISNITINI.W pairs grown BelRlanHarea per pair
''M IFlio 13t. those present seemed to be In favor of owl... .
vory courtesy to our prisoners In Pretoria earn. ryt- Iwo full blood.
will be procuring a hook and ladder outfit, complete n.
ever most gratefully remembered.
1 OiO West Day' 8t Jacksonville, with chemical extinguishers. Maj L. CAMERON The Seed Store,
)4'. Mi Taylor stated that there would be S S.Z
Wines Liquors and ORMOND BEACH.. DO difficulty In organizing a company If 123 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

: Cigars. .such an outfit was provided. On motionIt -- - - -
t was agreed that the Town Council be THE GREATEST: DISCOVERY OF -- -
Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught. Hanlon a recent guest of
recommended to consider the subject and :- ESTABLISHED 1870.
Hotel Coquina Ormond sends the following CENTURY.
Fine Cold Lunch
Served :
? b Dally. arrange for the purchase of an outfit for
The beat of Service and a pleasant, quiet to the Ooala Star : ntunville..

J resort JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr.. resort Perhaps would a w Got .About be uninteresting this pleasant to . SMOKEYOUNG'S M. Lane & Son.Southern

!> your readers. Some: are familiar with P. C. C. MEETS. MAGIC .

'I hh Testimonial. the beauties of Ormond, but many>arc -

i t not. I have a delightful loom looking The Progressive Culture Club met Consumption Catarrh Cough 2S2 WASHINGTON STREET,-NEW
James C. Wlgnnll Boat Builder, No. 013 right Into the Atlantic Ocean. I might June :U. 1001, at their room In Indian ,
II P Warren St., Kensington, Philadelphia. add that It writhes beneath my scrutiny River Titusville. aRK.Produtl
I I J.. 0.'Walton, Ks<]., Tltusvllle, Fla. : The Hotel Coquina Is a very cozy Inn, called to hotel order by the president.Meeting Eight was ,;. Asthma and La Grippe Cure Fruit

\ Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Ma- under the management of Mr. D. B. members, responded to roll call. Sub-
I l'I'_ chines are In use In my boat shop, and Matheson, and has aooommoditi for The wonderful aitocwua that ba Ivan obtained
\ jeet: CLaucer's Contemporaries, wits by this Mnglo Cure In
:i, !' are) regarded. an Invention of great IftO guests There Is a peculiar fnrally- taken up. The life of John Gower was which la great shown by the algned tontliiiiiiilal al' hurt. a.. time from Comsi': : .issiori: Merchars.t a
\ utility. heaves and labor and Is like atmosphere about the place that Is read by Miss Daisy Brady. Piers some of the beet oidaene.as tn Its ourmt, rs a auf.noleut .
i" of great service In calking light boats seldom found In hotels of this size. I guarantee.. to tbuM .ul!'.ran tram the SPECIALTIES: : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT Cards and ourftations "
Ploughman and Its writer Wra. Lang- above lloe.. .... Stencils,
i < They shouted not tall: to try It.
l' where
of finish
; beauty and It Feel
desired home
thoroughly at already. The Itla "
, and, was read by Miss Aline Brad.. world rely veiretableoiiniiMninil. I challenge furnished
does not bruise the seams like the old facilities for surf-bathing are unsurpass The read a brief sketch of J obaWlolltre's the to den that thin In the tint and only on. application.
t' method of calking. I cheerfully recommend ed. resslng-rooms and bathing suits are cure for Cnn.umptlon, Catarrh.: Couih. -
1 k" life and the poem, WIcllfTe .by Asthma and La Otlppe that ban ever been T
It as well adapted to meet the ordinary can b .found right In the hotel put CORRESPONDENCE
building Wordsworth. Miss Voutant gave nn Id- before the nblto. It baa never railed In any INVITED.McCOMB. 8TENCILS Fvn"180
tl, requirements of the trade. and are free to Rues'. A sulphur and erestlng account of the life of John cane where it has been tried, Smoking YgnnK'i, .
1 I' Tours truly, JAS. C. WIONALI. shower bath Is also provided for removing Great Magic cnre the smoke Roe direct*o the.
.ydgate and short sketch of Thomas ...
lung and destroy all mleral.
Hr. Wlgnall's boat shops are adjoining the salt water> after leaving the ocean. loocllve.. Mrs. Rollins read & CO.
parts pertaining 91 package. Trial package 25
per cents
y Crsmp'sshlpbnlldingyardr.Ileisbuilding The hotel Is on a high bluff fifty feet to the different authors.
the boats 'for tile men-of-war that from the churning waves, and faces the Sir John Mandevllle announced Sent prepaid to any part f the U. S. ,,
i wore built by Messrs. Cramp A Co. AtlI\ntloJ, as Prepared only by
y subject for
$p -For sale by J... Prltohard fe Son. From the broad verandas of Hotel next meeting. HENRY R. THOMAS, 1a2 :!
commands The minutes of the meeting were then I Chemist Jk: Druggist.! La Villa Pharmacy. acad.o St.: JSrc"OV' Yor: ]. ;:..
Coquina one a magnificent,;
read and approved, and 'meeting ad-
l ii \ view of the sea* which Is a jovial comrade Jacksonville Fla.
"Weddiiijr Stationery. .Make
.The surf sounds like the Ooala MRS. M. F. GOLDSMITH Seo'y. a Specialty. of..
J t ,Fire Department playing! a dozen streamsof Clyde Steamship Line.
'i The ADVOOATB having received 4 nice water on a big conflagration. A turtle
f| lot of the latest type and stationery is hunt waa engaged In the other night FISHING AT TITUSVILLE. Tickets and reservations via the Clyde Beans and

: now prepared to execute on short notice and 140( eggs found In one nest The .. teamsblp Line can be secured of Chas. Pineapple

iit I! Wedding [Invitations Announcements, bicycling Is splendid and paths every The guests of the Indian River Hotel H. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, TIusvllle. -
and Ladles' visiting cards. Give us your where one wants to go. have been enjoying rare sport during the \ ,
orders. last week catching fish with hook and Favor:
line from the hotel dock. WALTON us with a part of shipmentS.We .
l The Colored Plo.... Among the CALKING TOOL Is one of your
most successful nlmrods, were. Judge C. the beet tblnn for boat,builders and
p Take Notice. -r- W. Stevens, of Tampa; L. W. Hoover, of yachtsmen; price $..00 and es.OOeach. ask you to continue If others beat us.

s Pianos The first of a series of colored picnics the Florida East Coast RT: ; Dr. R. M. For sale. it Jas. Prlictiard: &>II'S,
i organs, Singer sewing machines took place on the new grounds of the Mason of Sanford; Gen. Willis J. Hul- Tltusvllle Fla.
t oasis and ten other kinds on hand, for East Coast: Camp Meeting and Chautau- lap, of Pennsylvania;M. W. Batman K. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed ROOM In the auIII-j jcSC
v or on time. Cheaper than any que. Association Tltusvllle, on Monday. E.! Jackson of Jacksonville; and Col.
house. Needle and parts for all makes. !' Excursions were run for the ooca ionand Wlnans, of this place. TITUSVILLE'S'TRAINS.Tbe s Yiliittl

l Srao.)For bargains, write J. A.DeLand EBtc=sow, Iris.\ large crowd of "de colored folk" were The variety caught were principally following are the time. of arrival -'V"xc. .A.. :SO"\LJS Ct'

i : present. Bicycle racea, baseball, etc spotted sea trout, weighing from three aDd departure of trains
were among the amusements and it to tea pounds each and the hours between from Tltusvllle passenger to and
; TRY RICO, A HARD WATER SOAP, looked as If those who "came out for da four and six In the evening the : GRAIN SEEDS

manufactured by the Florida 8op day" were having so enjoyable time best "biting Urn." Landlord Bait, of j '' Works For sale by Carroll. A Gold- Jrniood, Dayu % New Smyrna: Sanford be hotel says, over one hundred pound .IntannoUlaM points.Imne.oeza : p.lll.

; smith. .I DeLandEnterprise!: and other of trout have been tamed over to his Flour Grits M ear' and Fertilize]
places sent their to within (r4MV TlnuvlII for Jackaonvill ,
I I contingents help steward by his goesU, the last 1&I tee P'".
or- Reading notice ads. on this page christen the new grounds of the above few day., all of their own catching with I. sad latermedMie pol.1e. ft. .. 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE. FGt'Agt.
J are live cents per line per week. association. boot and line TlttuTllI. for Sanford Saorord .a T-ee... _
nlvw TiuuvlU trom
:35 .. for Purina
r l lr pan Feed. WarebouMs'1I track of S. A. L. R",. and Plant srl

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