Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: July 5, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00354
Source Institution: University of Florida
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L,. 33., NO. 10. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JULY C, 1OO1. PRICE Bo.

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OCAL NEWS BST" Deed blanks sold at this office. -Mr. J. II. Sams, of Courtenay, was a Fishermen would do well to read! the THE CLARENDON INN AMONG THE HOTELS. I i

, visitor to town on the Fourth ad. on our 5th page. It la of interest to -
-Please write ns whenever you fall to
Topics of General Interest. receive the, ADVOCATE. -Dr. C. P. Platte, member of Brevard them, A recent visit to the Clarendon Inn, Where to stop along the East Coast.

County School Board, was In town partof -Mr. and Mrs. 1' A. Robinson, of City Seabreozo, by an ADVOCATE reporter See list of hotel on 7th page.
-Capt. R. A. Ilarclee of Sebastian
Sunday and Monday. Point, were In town a day or so this shows some big improvement since last
Is file at all
THE ADVOCATE, was In town, Monday, shaking hands The ADVOCATE now on
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week. The Clarendon: Inn which Is ably
with his old friends. -County Commissioner J. F. Bell, of 1t year the best hotels In New York city.
1.50 In advance. managed by Mr. Leonard Gill, Is located!
annum
1.00 per" Biz months, '. Mr. C.T. McCarty,a prominent lawyer White City, arrived la town Sunday, to -Miss Maude Hardee passed through on a high bluff within one hundred foot Whore to stop In Tltusvlllof See Ti

.00 per an. to foreign countries. and pineapple grower of Ankona, was In attend the usual monthly meeting of the here, Tuesday, en route from Kockledge of the surf, where thing and bathingare tusville hotel and boarding house ads on !

i, _____ ___- _-_-__ town a day or so this week. Board.Mrs. to New York on a vacation engaged In every hour of the day. our 7th page. u

en you subscribe for the ADVO- -County Commissioner R. A. Conk- D. L. Ganlden anent a coupleof -Mr. BALI\,n d Stewart, a well known The Inn is only arty feet from tho ocean The horse-onr Is now running between

'., by the year, It does not cost you ling, of Tillman, was among the pleasant days or so In DeLand the first of the farmer of Bovine, was a pleasant visitorto pier, which runs six hundred feet Into Hotel Coquina, Ormond Bench, and the ;
cents week postage Included. week, for the purpose of securing a house town'the first Of the week. the ocean, while the bluff In front of the E. station.
per callers at this office on Tuesday: F. C. Railway
for next winterA hotel has" been leveled and a splendid
e date of expiration prlDted'upon Judge D. 1_. Gaulden, who has been -Mr. N. A., Wlllahan left here, y llter. walk constructed the entire dlxtnnoe The Bollevlew hotel, Belloalr\ Fla., ha
aper or wrapper every week. This spending a few days In Jacksonville, returned - petition/or fire protection has been day, Melbourne.: From there he will along the bench I in front of the cottagesAmong ; bean leased for the coming season to IMessrs
celpt for your money. No needto home on Tpesday afternoon. going around town this week, and the go to Seabreeze: for n day or so. the other additions to this Harvey A Wood, of Iloston.
Bend for subscription. majority of our owners seem to
receipt property -Mr. J. D. Rahner assistant general hotel, our reporter noticed that nn elegant -
[ate Rives It to you. -Mr. W. R. Sanders' a well known be In favor of It. : has been Manager O. L. Frisbee of the Prospect 'I
passenger agent of the Florida East Coast dining-room. 35x70, constructed heights
house Shelter Island N. Y..
of returned ,
orange grower, InJIanola, County Commissioner J, K. Jllott, Railway, has returned from a brief trip facing the ocean with u glass, of .1
baa thanks for Fourth
homo after short our a pretty
EAST COAST ADVOOATK is on Monday, a visit to of Indlanola, has been in town this week, to New York.Mn front, giving an unobstructed view of the July souvenir LT S. Hag. I
; the following news-stands, at five town. attending to his new duties. We acknowledge ever busy surf. 'fhe dining/ room is
per copy : County School Superintendent R. E. a pleasant call. and Mrs. J. 3f. Chalker and family thoroughly ventilated and Is one of the The American-Ailolplil hotel,Saratoga,
B. R. Wilson & Son. of Lotus stopped over here from Is connected la well filled with A.'
psvllle- : Mlms, of Bonaventure, was a pleasant handsomest in Florida It guests. George
B. ScreveD.ksoDvl11eDuval -Mr. D. L. Alderman, of Fort Pierce, Tuesday until Wednesday, on their way his tins been
J. Farnham
caller at this office on Tuesday, before with the spacious olllce room by folding says season never
hotel. leaving for home was In town a day or so this week, having t stand Union accompanied his attorney-Mr. R II. lime. ball
News depot lafge and very attractive room. mer.
-Mr. R. N. Andrews editor of the as far as Titusville .
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Seymour
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Messrs.. Henry Wellhouse, jr., R, F. The seating capacity of the new dining The Oriental Hotel Manhattan Hooch,
,
Reading notice ads. are ten centse Cocoa Monday and Rockledge; News to his was duties In townon -Mr. Fred Whitlock, of Morritt's Is- Travis, jr., J. F. Woolen, of Cocoa; and room I I. one hundred and suventy-llve. N. Y., Is open for the season under the
attending as a
this land, spent the Fourth in Titusville, attending T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, were some of There have also been a number of as formerly, nf Mr. Joseph
management,
on page. School Board officer,
the gun shoot. Fred Is one of the Cocoa Gun Club that were trying I sleeping rooms, which face the ocean, 1'. Grenves of Hotel Alcazar
,
rs. A. J. Sembler has gone on ago -Mrs. C. S. Schuyler went down to the crack shags of the Cocoa Gun Club. their skill against the Titusville Gun i added, to the Inn; as well as a burbnr-shop St. Augustine manager.

her mother at Eustis. Jensen, yesterday, to visit her husband, of Club yesterday.Mrs. and a bicycle room for the use of guests ,
-Mrs. B. B. Pyles, St. Augustine,
Manager 011I Ih..wedur reporter over The Bryn Mawr hotel Bryn Mawr, Pa.,
C. S. Schuyler, of the Planter's Security
cure your reservations over the after spending a few weeks In town with Allan J. Lovelace stopped over ,
the nnder
State Bank for several part of his hotel and while extolling It opened last week for season
Line at the. ADVOCATE' office, TI- days. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Van here from Wednesday until to-day, en and the beautiful bench and ocean, Incl- the management of Mr. Leland Starry,

e. s -The Progressive Culture Club desires landingham, left for home on Wednes route to Key West and Cuba, between iluntally remarked that the pavilion and the genial assistant manager of the t

Ridge A. D. Penney, who was on a full attendance at their meetingon day. which places her husband piys a steamer ocean pier are among the most popular Breakers, Palm Beach.

Hck list a few days the first of the July 8th, as business of Importanceis '-senator F. W. Sam, nf New Smyrna, Mrs. Lovelace U a sister of Mrs. E. resorts at Seabreexe. Dancing ii I Indulged hotel Mass.
to be transacted. Mrs. M. F. Gold E. Rollins of this place. The Magnolia Magnolia ,
ls now around again as uau.il. and Mr. John T. Dlsmukes, of St. Augustine In almost every night at the pavilion Is already doing an excellent\ business

Line Steamship Co.'s smith, secretary Titusville, July lat, were among Wednesday's south -Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brannlne left during the summer. The pier In I under the able management of :Mr. A. W.
ba Clyde 1001.) ,
Is at the ADVOCATE olllce, Titus- bound passengers, en route to Miami here Wednesday, for Green Cove Springs, I the favorite spot for the fisherman, and, lodgiion, former popular chief clerk of
y here can secure reservation* -Vfr. C. R. Onlln, managing editor of and other points.Archdeacon on a visit to Mr. Brannlng's mother. Mr. some floe fish are caught dally. Bicycling Hotel Ponce de Leon, !St.: Augustine.
you the Melbourne Times, Melbourne, Fla., B.'F. Brown will bold Brannlng expects to return here In a on the beach and along the many
|rs Kobt. L. Motlow, of this place, was a pleasant caller at this office on divine- service. with hold communion In week or so, but his wife will probably be attractive! boulevards and roads Is highly Hotel Coquina, Ormond-by-Sen. will be

h Tuesday for Winchester, Tenn., Tuesday. We are always glad to wel- Gabriel's church Titusville Sunday away for two.or three months. enjoyed. The surf Is the finest for bathIng open for guests this summer. Fine flab-
St. on I
,
Rnd the balance of the summer with come'our Melbourne friends to our to be found on the Atlantic coast. fog, bathing, sailing and driving. Rate
Also
es. sanctum. next July 7>h, at 11 a. m. at Mr. Lyle, manager .of the pavilion, and ftj:. per day, t H to;912: per week. Further .
St. Mark's church, Cocoa, at B p. m. THE FOURTH IN TITUSVILLE. his wife, are always glad: to welcome particulars of D. II. Mntheson, Manager; ,

ttorney Geo. A. Worley, of Miami, -After spending a day or so In town, -Mr. Geo. W. Scoble, one of the directors visitors, and make it pleasant for all. Hotel Coquina, Ormond, Fla, *
[pending a day or so In town, left attending to law matters, Mr. C. C. Clarendon Inn for the
of the late Florida Fish and Ice Co., This was a very quiet day In Titusville, The rates at the Win. Catto recently of the
Manager
Augustine and other points on Cbilllngworth returned, Saturday, to his left here, Sunday last, for Tampa, to be and there was" very little of Interest to summer will bo from $H to 912: per week. United Htato hotel Jacksonville, has his
,
ffay.frs. home at West Palm Bench. While4 In at the sale of the company's Interests Those desiring choice rooms should apply
present chronicle. The morning opened bright, Hotel Tudor Nahnnt, near Boston,
open
E. E. Rollins will\ entertain the Titusville he was the guest of Mr. Oeo. at that point. He returned home but It was not long ere rain clouds beganto at once In order to secure the bust and In full\ swing Mr. Catto has a fine

,' Guild, of St. Gabriel's Episcopal M. Robbins.Mr. ', yesterday I roll up from the south, and by eight for there Is going to be rush td fcoabreeza reputation on a hotel manager, and we

u, Tltusville. this afternoon at the I L. F. Pettee, one of our New -Capt. W. S. Pitts, of Fort Tierce, was o'clock a. m. It was pouring down in torrents this summer hope to see him In another hotel, South,

i River hotel I York subscribers, who bought all the In town on Tuesday, and left ns a nice!. with a stiff breeze blowing It did the coming winters
I Wilkinson cotta ;ell- at Rockledge, last The Is dealer not last long, however, and sunshine and OF EASTERN
ax' Assessor J. ]Woolen, of Come lot of pineapples Captain a ORDER STAR.
i winter, is about to make some big/ Improvements In and he Informs us he showers were In order during the day. The Everett house, Saratoga, ls now
bringing pineapples
to town Monday
,
- up for the season and U as trim and
with ,
small In open
his which The boy was .evidence
property, boat load of to
|x books with him, for examination will probably upon be completed by the com will take a week. pineapples his firecrackers, and a few of the members The regular meeting of the ""lof\ tidy ol* possible for any hotel to be.

i Brevard Count Commissioners. ing winter Daytona next of the Cocoa and .Titusville Gun Friendship Chapter No. II took place In I'. M. Scares, the proprietor, who Is well

liere will be some Important work -Born, Tuesday, June lAth, 1001{ ( at Clubs bad a shoat on their own account trop Lodge-room of Indian Itlver Lodge and favorably known along the Florida E
[I.nd<
TltusvIIle this (Friday) evening:, at the Titusville Presbyterian Sunday Howland a son-William Slocum How- vllle. day eflernoon, when there was a fair at this season by bill son, who was clerk at.llotnl .

I full attendance of members is refed. School, Mrs. E. E. Knlllns taking the land. Mr. Howland, who Is an attorney Bunting was flying from several' flagstaffs t"lIellllce of membeis, among them be.I Indian Diver, Rovklodge, last pwinter.
class of the Key. J. A. Hughes, and Mr. of note, Is known to many along the East which added to the attractiveness I leg I lie following .

A. K. Wilson taking tile superintendency Coast, where he has spent a few winters. of our town. All the stores ware Open Mr. C. H. Huhuylrr! worthy matron
f Chas. Whltaker of Winchester. the of the who is A very elaborate Fourth of July cole
r. during ijbuenoe pastor, ,n"u. M Robbins (In the absence of Dr.
who hAS been In the employ of north for the summer -MlnsKate Eyer, of Cocoa, and her during the day. oration took place at the Hathaway Inn ;t 1
.B. R
bt. Motlow.. at COCOA, for some sister, Miss Leonioe Lapham, of Merrltt, In the evening the ladles of the Eastern Wilson), worthy patron ))..allll\ach, N. J., when a line display, of
-Mr. J. P. Stanton, of Ormond, who Star /gave a supper In the Honrd of Mrs. associate matl'on.Mr. I
northbound
were on Saturday's fireworks was followed by a red white
left for home on Tuesday pasHengent ,
pant, occupied Mr. G. 0. Howard's place in train. The former said she'was Trade Booms which wan well attended; K. A. Morgan, treasurer (who also and blue hop. After the cotillon a supper -

coo I the express olllce at this place during going: to the mountain of 'Nnrt.h Carolina and the Cherokee Club gave a dance, noted as secretary durlug the absence of was served by the host, Manager

r. and Mrs. Adhemar Brady and Mr. Howard's trip to Sanford to get and the latter to New York and which drew together quite a number ol Miss Aleph !Mime). Arthur L. Marsh, the well-known and

Brown (Mrs. Brady's mother) are married, gave up the job on Saturday, Buffalo. the lovers of Terplschore, who tripped Mrs. (leo. -M. Bobbins, conductress. popular cashier of Hotel Alcazar, St.
['residing at the cottage formerly upon Mr. Howard's return with his the "light fantastic" until midnight, Mrs. H. R WlUon, associate Augustine. Tho hotel I ground were

I by R. F. Hall, In the south of TI. bride. Mr. Stanton now occupies a position Attorney R. II. Seymour, one of KIs- Mrs. J. B. Screven, Adah.Mr. ,I artistically Illuminated and nearly all

|e, which they recently purchased. in the express office at %Waycro, slromee's prominent ..followers Blackstone Notice. .. II. E Baker (I In the absence of I the prominent cottager., and summer
Ga. was In town from Monday until Mrs John It. Walker), Ruth.Mr .
resident The committee ,
parlor oar was placed on the TIaSanford Tuesday, attending to a cow cane. From *. F. A. Morgan, Esther. wore present.
branch of the Florida -Mr. J. J. White, of White's Cottage, here he went to Fort Pierce, returning To all whom It may concern i Mrs. Geo. W. Sooble, Martha. I"f arrangements were composed of well.

[Coast Railway on Tuesday, fora Rookledge, spent from Sunday until Monday homewards on Wednesday afternoon. In accordance with an order mode in Mrs. T. Wvtrnore (the marshal, occupied known residents. I

ays, the day couch being needed In tow n, and gave our office' a pleasant Mr. Seymour In always a welcome visitor the court of the C'"unty Judge of IIrr the of8os of Klrola: during the A letter to the ADVOOATK says that the

pure for the Fourth of July exojrfrs. call. Mr. and Mrs. White expect to to Titusville, where he has many yard county, Florida, the undersigned l nbitenCBof Mr. W, M Woodward) United States hotel, Harstoga, Is open for

leave to-morrow for the North stoppingat friends.Mr.. will sell at public auction to the highest Meiisr. J, M, Dixon and C. H. Walton the season i>f Hmi. This beautiful hotel,

F. E. Stone and hilght little Daytona, Washington and Philadelphia and best bidder, forcnsh, on the 8'' h dayof was, also prevent. which In one of the largest In the world, "
OR
: R. Thomasof Thomasvlllc. .
ere here. Monday, for Mouth: Caro- on the way. They also expect to who- several days at the Indian July, A. D. 1001, between the hours I After attending t
|on a visit to relatives, with whom visit the Pan-American Exposition be- River spent Titusville left for home on nf 11 a. m. and 2 p. m.. all llu !goodsnow i. those wUblrtg, t<> become members, and mid alK'ralloiiH. Four hundred electric !
Will\ upend the balance of the sum- fore returning )o Rockledge.A Friday hotel afternoon, accompanied, by his I In the store of I K. C. Doom deceased to several l other matters connected with !light have been added to .equipment. ''t 4IMesats.

Mr. Stone accompanied his wife man attempted to'break Into the sister. Mm. E. 8. Wiley. Mrs. Wiley Titusville, the said goods having been the odge-rlncludlng public supper on (J"lCe" Perry the proprietor, s r

by an far a* Jacksonville, and re- house of Mrs. T. M Lett on Saturday she III fond of Titusville, and deemed perishable. the Fourth of July the Lodge adjourned report booking In excess of previous
says very Jos. P. BIIOWN, Curator.IMute until the third Tuesday In the month, The United Ststeshotel Is located '
here on Tuesday.e night, but the screams of Mrs. Lett sown I hopes to return here In about three years.
brought/ assistance, and the wlIuldbehoullebreak" i week. time, when i-lie expects.to makeimprovements when the member are requested to boon IIn i Broadway, the main thoroughfare of'
want to draw the attention ofumerous made good his escape. her hand at 7:UK; ) o'clock p. m., sharp Saratoga, In the center of the most attractive -
readers along the East :Mr. Lett Is at West Pulm, Beach, and as on property Your Life IiiHiiraiice With The Lodge bold Its meeting on the poitlon. The house with court

and throughout the state In gen Mrs. Lett and the children were the only -Mr. W. .1. Tucker, one of the leading The Mutual Life Insurance first Tuesday In the month at :3iO:: In the cover seven acres, and contain upward

to the advts. of the live and ener- ones In the house, they were, naturally, citizens of Fort Pierce, and proprietor of afternoon: and on the third '1'l1e.lotbe of 7UO /guest chambers and Immense
[buslness men who are bidding for much alarmed over the event. the Florida !Menagerie at Palm Beach, Co.of New York. Why? month at 1:10:: o'clock p. m. salon and ball room, attractive reading
i of your patronage In the columns spent last Sunday here. Mr. Tucker Informed rooms and semi-private parlor. One of
ADVOCATK. If you are In need i. -The remains of R. C. Doom, who us that he was thinking building 1. Because It Is the oldest company In the many attractive feature of the hotelIs

particular line of goods, the pink died here of consumption, on Wednesday a hotel at Fort Pierce to accommo- America. HOWARDBROWN.Married the magnltloant out-of-door court,
[will\ tell :you the best place to buy of last week, were shipped to his former date the large number of tourists who 2. Because It could buy out any other which U enclosed by the hotel on three

Read the ads. home In Iuka, Ky., on .Friday last, the visit that section of Indian River during t' company, lock stock and barrel and on Friday last, the 20tli ult., sides. It Is several acre In extent and

Wm. II. Earle of Tangerine, embalming and other arrangements having the winter months. Mr.Tucker Is constantly have23 million dollar left. at the Presbyterian church, Sanford, Its wide stretches of lawn are shaded
?ran the callers, at this office been efficiently undertaken by Mr. adding to hi. Palm Beach menagerie 3. Because It. premiums are less than Fla.. Mr.
among to town to see Andrew Fro cher, the undertaker, of La. and says that when the season any rival company. to \Minn Blanche Brown of Derrr, Pa. old elms. Near the center of the courts
day having
he sale, of the north come half of a tract Grange. Mr. S. G. Vanlandlngham was open next winter be will have the greatest 4. Because It guarantees more In cash rbe wedding took place at seven clock the ornamental pavilion, occupied by
left In charge of the property for awhile, attraction Palm Beach. Lake for your policy If you want to sell It after its
1-about 116 acreIn section 11bg at p. m and the Rev. Dr. Campbell, the splendid orchestra during morn-
but Sheriff Jos. P. Brown Is In after the 3rd year, than any other .
.
Grant on the Sebastian River now Worth New. reading/ the beautiful marriage service log and evening concert
nd In Is said to be of charge, with Mr. Fred Wright as care- company connected) with this church, declared the 1
question part to'. taker, until deceased's property Is disposed 6. Because It will lend you more moneyon happy pair to be man and wlf.. The TilE RAPID CALKER U what every
of late Mr. Ephraim
ate and the sold auction at the of, which will be on Monday next Time 18 Money. your policy, after the 3rd year, than bride looked quit charming In a beautiful yaothsman and boatbullder need For
was by
July the 8th, according to ad. on this any other company dark bias traveling dress( while the ale by Ja. Prltchard A Son, TltutvllU -
house door, Titusville, on Monday Save both by ordering your building 6. Because It rvfnses. to Insure sickly
page. groom looked his! bent attired In the conventional Fl*. Price t land .8 each Gr
&g. material ofGEO. people, or impaired lives, a* do some black.
F. PADDISOX Eau Oallle.
other companies.
Coats For Sale.Iave dividends The bride wo one of the most popular Wanted, A Colored Womau.
Sailboat For Sale. 7. Because Its are ALWAYS
.. young ladies la Derry, where she has agreat -'
---: than those of other companies
greater friends and It Is also almost
Notice.
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many Colored woman to dr chamber work,
80--pasture o"entocked-waDt 8. Because It ha paid, to date, 43 ntlWlljns {
t sailboat be bought for : needle to say that the groom I I. not sod la
can now bead.! dividends wash Iron for restaurant, wage $ :
sell 40 45 dollar In more to poticy
For address to or I only popular al hi. old borne la Savannah -
particulars J. R. LBATHBRMAV, TITUSVILLE, FLA., June 19, 1001. I bolder than any other company. per mouth.
but to Tltonvllle! a* well.
,
II. hWI R. A. JOHVSTOX,
Pomona Fla. .21: Wabasso, Fla I wish the public to know that I have 0. Because Its aiseta are millions of dab The happy pair have been the recipient Fort Pierce Fla.
,
sold out my photograph business and all I lars larger than the asset of any other of many useful, ornamental and ,

Wire and Nails my negative to Major F. M.Taylor, who company. valuable present, cent by numerous ,
i Bicycle For Sale. will carry It on In the future. IB our ,10. Because its Income I I. roach larger friend throughout the United States; Notice.

close association of the past few month than that of any other company. sod they have been receiving hearty congratulations -
ate, at a sacrifice, a $75.00 Colum- For Pineapple Shedding. A car load I feel confident that I csn recommendhim 11. Because. It has paid 19J million of on all side from w llwlshers. Notice I* hereby given that at the regular 1

Jnless Blccle.almoat. new. to arrive about August 1st. Price will to my heretofore patron a* a careful dollar more to policy holders In death In whlob the ADVOCATE join. meeting of the Town Council of Tltusvllle -

Box 42, Interest you. Write me. and conscientious workman who claim, cash value, dividend, etc., Mr. sod ]Mrs. Howard have engsjced a to be held on the dtb day of
Stuart, Fla. GKO. F. PAUDISO, Ella Gallia will endeavor to please and do ...tlatactor than any other company. '' suite of room at the Indian River hotel, August, A. I). 1901. a vote of tbe Council

business, M be has bad several r 12. Because U l I. a strictly Mutual company where they Intend to remain Indefinitely. will be taken on a proposition to levy. _
I Terriers for Sale. i ,eara' la the art, and U no I sad every policy share eqlntably. a special tax of three mill on tbe_
[ at II. Whlpple'., Eden novice.exrrle- confident you will in the profits earned-being paid just able property In the town for the par ?

Two English fox terrier for sale, bold him In a* high regard as yon have I exactly what his policy has earned-no Empty Sugar and Rice Barrel JIOIIIt of securing Fire Protection for the
or your Ladles' Shoe, Bandies for of I less. property within the town. 4.
: and GilL Will sell been kind enough to express myself more, no
rd I Ties; also Gentleman's and floe dog-.Jacla If given the opportunity of proving hi* I CECIL Witcox, J.W. COVKBB: For sale. Address Jon. R. WALKER,

boe* of the best makes. In fact, $30 the pair. W. I. TC'clua: worth. Tour truly, I General Agent. Agent WALTER A. Moons, 'Chairman Board Alueimeu. '. .

I find better articles than are kept Fort Pierce, Fla.. 17-20 W. M. Wo00wAED.C Jacksonville, fla. East Gallle, FU. 8 George St., Charleston, 8. C. Tltus,llle, Fla., July 2, 1001.
Immon country store. .

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1 GOOD ROADS LESSON. TAKE CARE OF, ; THE: FEET. PASIIN' :HA1T1TE: :: aI salt U 1lelr .


Dow to PreavrT the defnlneia of
India a.t. ,Example For ThisConnlrr th. Pedal Extremities. Look in 1240-1248 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

to Follow JUJJj mirror
onJ British India promises to be the Following are some excellent rules your Takea
today.
I for the proper care of the feet: w and Wine Merchants
pattern for the United Rtntes In the era The feet should be thoroughly wash l li last look at Liquor
of rood building which the
I country ed ,.every morning and evening and! 3' your gray. ,
the St.
promises says
: new century
Louis Republic. While the agitation wiped carefully dry especially between hair. It sure Oldest bouse In the city.- -

i n 1)T 1ne.lt pr ieric.uwvtaaL4. the toes, that hotbed of soft ly may be
for good roads In tills country Is of recent '

date India bas perfected 200.000 corns. ,,, the last if Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis Bet B
miles of macadamized roads that are The toe nails should be cut regularly.but you wantYrA ij
Dot too often, and never shorter
superior even to lie famous pike roadsof D it so ;
you
than ends of the toes. OUR WINES AND UQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES |
Indiana! and Oblo. needn'tkeep
When buying shoes allow
perfect
TIJI 'bene t of .here Improved hIgh. send for Prices.
ama freedom for the toes. Have the breadthof your gray jay-Call or
ways Is considered so great In India J hair week longer than
the foot measured! while you stand a
that only graduates of civil engineerIng -
on It and allow .fully half Inch to wish. There's no
an you
t i J colleges their construction.are permitted The to superintend present An Inch more than the length of your guesswork about this ; :a;tnE' .RRY: Ma.PstSON': & GO


system of roads In that country Is tb'e foot. it's sure every time. and Wholesale Dealers In-
fx &P4M r rtlu'P Have no tightness anywhere. What To Importers
u result of 100 years of experience and! re-
expenditure. The visible results of slight pressure there Is should! be beneath storecolor

---- the Instep and on Its lt.e'blch! and
-- --
these well directed! efforts! are foundIn tbgrayhair Wines Liquors Cigars
sometimes the
parts are spoken of as
roads that are, according to a writerIn
ADVOCATES GOOD ROADS.Governor "waist" of the foot ,
the last number of The EngineeringNews
Have the sole thinnest use'-
and
I the best In the world. They narrowestat Nair
of New York Favor
P-u.ro: r3.po.
Forn.c'l.n1c:
the "waist" and broadest at the : :
State Hondlnv Plan For HlKhwar. have 18 feet of macadam and an earth "

h Governor OI.ll.IlIII Ills message to theleglelature portion of similar width on the sides "treo d. After ***Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kenturk JSed
Don't be ashamed of
the
of New York refers to a for use In dry weather. The roads are foot A well formed large foot size Is of much your using it heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration. 'rhc ego&

matter which la of Interest to and kept In constant repair. It being' held better to look at than a small distorted for two are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and are rtallten! bit!

x should strike a responsive chord In the that a shovelful of gravel today Is one and remember that well proportioned or three weeks notice how medical faculty as superior toall others for the use of Invalids.
bn> ..t of but especially cheaper than a 'wagon load In the
B every one parts always look smaller than much, younger you appear FEUNDALB RYE Is put up In plain cases containing no marks whnti" etOl'
farmers, business men, bicyclists, riders spring or fall. Annual conventions! are -
ii, of every sort and degree and even held where matters relevant to the they really are. ten years youngerat FULL QUARTS In each case, and dellvertd to you, all charges prepam al (ber.h,

pedestrians. Good! roads are one of the business are discussed and appropriations It Is only a mistaken standard of least. lowing, prices per case:

best evidences of civilization a tact recommended.The beauty that represents hands and feet Ayer's Hair Vigor also Ferndale, A, 7 years old, $3.20. Ferndale, A A, Say years old *: 'I'

'i which the nnclont Romans thoroughly Intelligent farmer of the United antique as disproportionately standards of be srnall.,Jt/lbow The best the cures dandruff, prevents Ferndale A A A, 10 years old, $4.20. Money refunded is not enthel tathttBARRY !

appreciated many of the magnificent States Is beginning to realize the Importance falling of the hair makes
foot be about of MASON d<
perfect to one-sixth :: : ; Co
of good roads. The railroads
hIghways they built In England still the whole height. hair !grow, and is a splendid "
existing as! monuments to their skill have always urged the betterment of hair Stato A Rents. 301307300.311 West Bay Street, Mason BlockJACKSONVILLE
b dressing. a
To obtain health and comfort for the
and wisdom. Governor Odell Is a these highways, as they realize that -
foot It Is by no means necessary to It cannot help, but do FI.ORIIFOR.3.2 !
stickler for economy but he docs not every country road Is simply a branch
wear ugly boots or shoes. The boot. these things for It's a
favor mere parsimony and Is by no line of the railroad. At present bad
makers are now making footgear that hair-food. When the hairis .
means opposed to liberal expenditures weather means delayed shipments of

wherever necessary or desirable as la grain. Under a system of roads sucb combines admirably both beauty and well fed, it cannot help : 0. . .

shown by hIs recommendation of a as India boasts rain or shine would comfort. while people are gradually but grow.It .

"much larger appropriation" for good affect the market not a Jot. The move beginning to understand that the foot : makes the scalp Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange, wet

roads during the coming! year. The ment for bard rondo In this "state' and !Itself Is more wortb caring for than Is healthy and this cures send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID.,

_ governor, however, Insists upon a systematic country has", been too long delayed. Its High covering.heels placed far under the Instep i the disease that causes FOUR FULL QUARTSOf

scientific plan which shall benefit dandruff.
are now rarely seen In the street.
every part of the state and extend the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
Ilerblne clears the complexion gives In
though still the house.
worn Theyare
.
All!
the time for the cost $1.00abotll. druggltl.My
paying over a protracted -
buoyancy to the mind headache
cures throw
extremely
period. It Is worth while recalling regulates the stomach and bowels, stimulates Injurious as they <. hair wa* coming out badly,
the body forward In an unnatural position lint Ayers Hair Vigor' stopped the Calhoun Pure
Governor XKlell's specific recommendation the liver, and Is, In fact, a perfect which affects the spine, the falling and im mile my nalr very Rye Whiskey}
upon this point: #guardian of the health. Price 60 cents. thick and much darker. titan before.I .
B. K. Wilson & Son.Trrinse .knees and the nervous system. think there i* nothing Uk O it for
"An amendment to the law which
i Chiropodists all that If meo'and the hair" CUBA. M.LEA We PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate content (which will avoid I all n|
+ would provide that the state should say 28,1800. Yarrow, I.T. ment.) Wenin you get It and test It, If It la not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXl'KNSB a
women gave up wearing /III\ fitting k.ura3.2Owill' cheerfully refunded. This WhlakeyleasgoodaanyC5.00gomisinthee.h. I : !
the entire of construction to Malctf Forfr Dollar.
pay expense boots and shoes the next generation W,.". th. Dec fop. we are clone at hand and can Rive; you QUICKER DELIVERY than dlntant hot,.,., fl, hi
by the Issuance of bonds levying upon Here la a hard luck story apropos of been doing ulnemi In thin city and at the name stand for over 10 YEARS, and nn to our RL,
fr the counties their proportion for the efforts to make a little sum In Wall would know nothing of deformed and you If Ton leilro Do from hot obtain the n.all a of the the him Vigor ltt. roNSIBlLlTY AND REPUTATION for honest.dealing we refer you to. any merchant her,otd
editor of this
1 the
benefits received would! andDeduce streets A man started wIth $100 diseased feet' write the doctor Kt>ont It. Ailflremi. paper
expedite young Da..J. Q. A Y Kit, 1.0011.11I.... SOLOMON & LEVI,
;' the cost and extend the time for and ran It up to JOf'O.) or $40 I less than
I' How to Cook 8ao..it.. 1028 & 1030 First Avenue
payment over a longer period.and at a an even $]0.000. The desire to round! *

lower rate of Interest A systematic out the $10.000 goaded! him on. lie Sausages are, delicious when boiled P. O. Box No. 33.: BIRMINGHAM, AU |

plan should be adopted however, foi sold to his broker. "If I can make that with rice until both are sufficiently Rhapaodr- -- I
A of Love. all reached "BOUTITERN
NOTICE i- Charge to points by EXPRKSSC:
the building of roads so that all partsof additional S10 on a quick turn I will cooked. Whole grains of spice and of Only we two alone engaged In bring PANY," but to polnteonliirenes of other KprpHS Companies we prepay only to uoluu w

the state would be equally benefited. draw out my $10.000 and Invest''' It In black popper should/ ,) be put In during ing about for ourm-lves the still greater Southern Express Company: transfers to laid other Express Company

'1' We should enYi-t! the reopening of the' real estate." It wax a strong: bull mar the -cooking." Another way of serving solitude! of two Into one. Ob beloved ,

.i old state romls. which would be of ket but things-appeared sky hlgb. and sausages"' Is'to brown them Id a pan. '
what that will bel
a company o = .. .s :S IjCaz CO.St.
them'with radish _
much greater advantage: to the citizens he picked out tin activestock to sell' then spread horse" and\ Take mf In 'your arms fasten me to .

V of all parts it the state-than the buildi short I think lie landed on T. C. andI serve on squares! of 100 lit, Still another your heart breathe on me. Deny me BIT, & BIO w. Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE. *. FLA.

_ _ i ,t Ing of many such roade In any one locality. which had( a plienuincnnl rise and III'cpptahlf''oy' of preparing sausages either breath or the light of day. I

With Mute alit) for a common was due to drop anywhere from 10 toGO Is to wipe; the sausages/ dry dip am yours equally to /live or die at t

road through all'cunnUE'II the building points. He sold toO shares at par. them In beaten egg and! bread crumbs your word. I shut my eyes to feel'

1 vt other roads under a local money system Intending to close It out at -00. But put them In the frying basket and your kisses falling; on' me like rain or

it } by the count leu would follow and Instead of going clown the blamed plunge Into boiling fat. Cook ten min still/ more /like sunshine> -yet most of

t In a short time pond ronds would come thing soared to 120.\ At every three utes. all like kill"" ". my own dearest anti N1tS LI It4E8

'. without the1' great expense which must points' gain he sold Another 100() until flow to Barbecue Rabbit. best beloved! 1 Kroiii an "English

necessarily follow and the discrimination be was carrying all he could tote. In Take a nice fresh' rabbit. lay In saltwater Woman's LovSummer"> Lerters." ..,..rte

which Is probable under a full 24 hours he lost Hourly ev"ry'cent It half an hour drain dry. gash

state system would be avoided." had taken him three months to make. freely and lied with thin slices of Excursion' Kate ''C
ii Wltb what little be had left he bought
breakfast bacon. Put In a baking pan, To Boston, Providence, New York, Bal-
Fan has Valna1" l. Sid. T. I friends of
a > I. on the recession to HI.
pour a cupful of water, cover with another timore, Washington. Old) )Point Comfort
II "Show me a man who does not the lIu Dover National bank assuring
pan and steam until tender.' Remove " Ocean View, Virginia Itoiich and Portsmouth -
appreciate humor" said John Kendrick: him that It was going to 150.:: Then the pan and baste frequently' as offered by the Seaboard Air _

i ? Hangs to me, "and 1 will show the fireworks and the funeral.
you came with the following: Pour teaspoonfulsof Line Railway are especially\ attractive. .%
j a man who Is morbid cynical, unresponsive The bottom fell out of the specialtyand From Jacksonville-$J7.30 to Boston and _
good vinegar, two of mustard one
k ; o' to evqry call of nature. young Dr. Kuowull: found himself of currant or any acid jelly a lump of : Providence; $4:1.30: to New Vork ; $::16.:10to : /.fAgM1 q 14 ate\ .

n a Such a man Is worse than pessimist SUj.OOO: In debt. lie hasn't been In Baltimore" : $30.20 to Washington; $33 .
i i and more to be pitied. Take some of Wall street since.-New York Press. butter the size of an egg. When' .20 to Old Point Comfort, Ocean View,
brown and savory serve on a'bot dish Virginia Beach aud Portsmouth and re- Four Full Quarts Delivered for $320
l1 the greatest and most successful
men ._ .
i . _. buttered.
--- -- liberally turn. Tickets on sale dally, /good returnIng -
p.
In the world. Humor' has
always played up to Oct, 31st, 1001 These excur- 6 of the ,same $4.6O. 12 of the. same $9.OO.

., Often an a Important funny Incident part In has their marked lives. fill and nun.There How to Develop the ......rar.. sion rates apply via Portsmouth and AH goods are put up In plain boxes-no marks on the same to show content
1 ,1.t It Is said that the following exercises steamer only. Similar rates from other
tho turning point of a great man's develop the lines of the figure and Florida poInts. Two dally trains between Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.

career. Often some ridiculous condition Florida points and Portsmouth ; morning
t make walking gracfful performance: .
has been the Impetus of a, new isn't a man who would be seen and evening departure from Jacksonville.For -- -- --
Walk on tiptoe, toes slightly outward!
I j tart In life." running through the street munching a any Information write A. O. !Mao-

Mr. Bongs Is right. Did not Columbus' piece of pie.. Why not? Because it with the knees straight the bands Donnell\ A. O. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla.: If You
would mean dyspepsia and .stomach clasped tightly behind the head, elbows Have Not
apparently hopeless task of standIng
4A trouble? Not at all; but because it a.. fur back as possible. The more

an egg on end make thinkers of wouldn't look well. As a matter of fact tightly the bands clasp the back of the Hardware
Co
the wise who } TOwers:
men sat Around him
many a business man snatches a lunch bead and the farther back the elbowsare
i \VInot George Washington credited inlch that he well
I
a hurry might as
held the
better the result.
t with being n master of the" truth boo take it on the run. That is one reason Found What You Want

t cause he once saw a boy punished for for the prevailing "stomach trouble" . .
How to Malt. Kiev Dotter Cabea.
jih't of business.
men
trying to'jest with his father and finally among
There is a certain remedy for diseases Add tbree cups of warm milk to one
became., as Mr. Bangs facetiously of the stomach and other organs of cup of rice boiled tender aud mix 1. '1e For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look aft

remarks, so "he "couldn't! tell a lie even digestion anti nutrition. It is Doctor smooth. Add four level tablespoonfuls Fruit aDd Garden! Lands along the
It he saw one? And didn't Johann
rierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The of butter softened but not liquid!:

Gutenberg Invent the printing press wont cases of dyspepsia and catarrh of a level teaspoonful of salt one and East Coast
by working! out a theory whlcU found the stomach have been cured by this
two-thlyds of white cornmeal a
Its origin while he was playing leapfrog medicine. It cures where all other cups
large tablespoonful of flour and two
means have failed to
with some boys-oa damp ground cure.
c The impression made In the soil by theboys' "I took two bottle of Dr. Merc. Golden eggs well beaten. Beat thoroughly and Settlers are flocking In but still there is room. II yoni
Medical utomnch trouble*write bake In shallow tins In. a quick oven looking this way, drop a line to
fret Is raid to bare given Gutenberg Clartnce Carnes'Eaq: .,of ytormtown, Louiloim for half an hour. '
his flr! t Idea of the Impression Co., V*. .n It liu we 10 much good that I didn't JAS.
i t.... any more. 1 can catnumt E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vfce-Preddent.
i that could be made by types.-Robert anything now. I.m.o ,
: .
How lo Stake Complexion Ponder.Five .
+ Mackny la Success.Itews ,." wen pleased with it I hardly JLORIDA! EAST COAST R'Y
know how to thank you tor ounces of powdered talcum live ,

I' Ii and Not... I your kind information a whole lot of thing f tried ounces of best rice dour two and a ST. ATJQUSTINE, FIB;

a before I wrote to half ounces of best oxide of sIne. Per- __ _
The best paying fruit the ,
crop oa c you. Th..re. agentleman fume with a mixture of bergamot,
Delaware peninsula In 1800 to told me
seems ,
about your medicine ;ylang-ylung and neroll or use merely a
Lave been the Kleffcr pear. and how It
drop or two of oil of rose., It can be
a had cured his wife -
i The pros and cons of the Belgian I thought I wouldI tinted with powdered carmine. Sift Poultry Nettl ng at Factory prices Nine EIBINE.
l :
bare Industry are appearing aLa lively try Am now a bottle Kind:I rt.did, repeatedly by fluffing: through bolting 12 In. 18 in. 21 In. 3D. In.48 In. GO in.
'
rate In the
p agricultural press throughout for I don't know cloth/ Tenthsof
the country. what I would have and 72 In. wide. A large stock on ba d.
done if it bad not
1, The Wisconsin station has experimented ., been fur Dr. Pierces\ How to Car Cold Sore. Building Material) Sash Doors Blinds
with rape as a feed for sheep, a Void.Iedlcal D;.. Cold sores can be checked by apply. Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
IJ "
4 lambs and pigs. The average gain of covery. log peroxide of hydrogen' sopping It on Paints and oils! Cook Stoves. all

lambs fattened on rape was 2V4 pounds'! Doctor rierce's wltb a bit of absorbent cotton. 'Pure the
l Pleasant Pellets PLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
per bead weekly. A pound of graldlper biliousness. glycerin Is also a good remedy PeroxIde REGULATES the Liver Stomach and Bowels,
cure
bead dally Is the average amount'fed '' They stimulate of hydrogen Is an antiseptic especially Tinware Agricultural Implements, PeopleSuffer Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood

with the rape.- the sluggish adapted to cold sores, as It Immediately House Furnishings, Eto.

American apples shown at the Paris| liver, and cleanse: the system forms a chemical action Write for prices before buying.

+ i exposition are reported to be vastly saf -, of impurities They with the poisonous discharge.. Opened with full stock at old stand. CURES Malaria, Biliousness Constipation

f pertor In both size and color to those of should always be used with 38 East Bay :Street. Stomach

other nations. Our handsome red ap, r Golden Medical Discovery Hew .......,..'. R_... JACKSONVILLE, . . FLA.Foley's from a and Impaired DigestionEvery
I when there is need ad
pie has no foreign equivalent. Doubtless the state of New Jersey Is

Shade In summer will add to the a laxative building more roads and better roads Honey and Tar DiseasedLiver. Bottle Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction.

l for less money per mile than any other LAIRCr.Ef: :33O >O.:>a'
X
'OPX4H :
:
14 S milk ;yield and If this cannot be 'sup- heals lungs and w SSXbK/KXjX)
the
On Your Way Home state In the Union. Its roads are stops cough .
plied by trees It will pay to buKd an fries BO Cent
shed Stop t Camden S. C. Southern Pines now costhur from 20 to 70 cents per
open on high ground where the I I 'WANTED-Trnntwi.rtliy men and women to
'' and Pinehurst N, C. Call at ticket square ;yard. Wbtie the telford construction travel and advertise for oW Mtahllnhmt '
''Pp; cows can obtain relief front the biasing' city hotue Prepared by JAMES P BA. LIARD, St. louts. Mo.
office of the Seaboard Air Line Railway Is used they sometimes Costs of wild flBincUtl Undine- Salary vise a8al' ,
i summer sun and where If there Is a and axpeiue, all payable la _b. No caaru- :- WWM >f9fWMtA'MMtrf>*MtAtfWMWk<>' f
breeze they will get th4 benefit from ILl| 30.1 West Bay street, Jacksonville, fir much as 73 cents per square yard. Log( required. Olie reference. and enclose eelf.addrawwd .
Information regarding elegant hotel Tbe average cost of all classes of the Mamped....lope. Address Manager..
Southern Cultivator says one needs sea CaxtonBldg,.Chicago.
r accommodations augSAMNER Fine Job
"'L roads of that state during the last season Work Quickly"ExemiliAT
i4 i4I not be afraid of Bermuda crass.
was about 110. cents
Inl, per square '
I pod two horse plow and harrow' When writing advertisers, please yard. SALVE

December will get rid of It. J mention the ADVOCATE. *
4 1 lh.moet tMMtlnc..! .In.Ui. world 'THII ADVOCATE OWCZ.r. .

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EO. M. BOBBINS, American Enterprise. tinmen the
of
Interesting Itenntn FactsAbout
r s. S. S. is a combination of roots Wire Gran. of the N..th..t. LifeIs This
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR and herbs of great curative powers, Peat bogs and marshes that produce
the most important period In a ""nom"n' Indian corn !lung been lu enltlvuiton
and when taken into the circulation wire cover vast areas throughout,
AT-LAW. grass existence. Owing to modern I by the native races America for an
searches out and removes; all manner the northwest. Only a few of these methods of living, not one woman ium.
Ill praotloe In l State and United States of poisons from the blood, withoutthe areas have us ;yet been surveyed, butthero thousand approaches this perfectly I Inlll'finite1'1(1.\ It prolmbly originaled On Jellies .

Court. least shock or harm to the system.On natural change without experiencing from, a wild form somewhere on the !> '
at least 1.000,000 acres of
Office at TITUSVH.LH:, FLA. the contrary, the general health are a train of very annoying and sometimes I I Mexican plateauP oU>nl
begins to improve from the first dose those apparently worthless marshes painful symptoms.. refer nil our forum to one Species.\ 7i>uinnytt RAFfiNE
scattered through Minnesota and Wlscuiislu Those dreadful hot Hashes. sending\ P !
L. GAULDEN, for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier, I unl.lllt. with deveriil well marked subspecies
the blood surging to tholienrt
but an excellent tonic, and strength. anti stretching away luto cuor- I 1
There nre five Important
to burst and the faint or races.
,
ready
eeemrt! !
ens and builds the constitution areas through the Canadiannorthwest.
iiioiia
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, up feeling that follows, sometimes with I rntee of corn grown lu the Unltl'dtl1lt'R WAX \
while purging the blood of impurities .
(trill nruitloe In all the Cmtrls of the State chills, aa if the heart were going to comuuTclul scale
'Florida, and the Uulted States Courts. S. S. S. cures all diseases of a This wire grass; (Carex strk'tn) differs atop for good, are symptoms of a dane on a will I k.ap them abrnlnt.l' 1uWI.

I. O Box,238. TITUSVILLE, FLA. blood poison origin. Cancer, Scrofula, from the true grasses lu having! u solid 1. Dent 'OI'Utl.-\ imrt' of the starch C acid.10.proof.....11,ParaC..tope,.abenl Waa the i.else bon.... Palid".anan.

Money to Loan lg Rheumatism Chronic Sores and stem and in having iu lateral loaves. e+ In the grain: Is of n close him! toxture. .in saki stab.q"poem, .r.paaka, ...

Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis Salt The plant Is almost entirely devoid of Thin I Is culled the horny eti,,lo.t\)ty'm/ and sTANDARD 00.

J. WEBB, Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles, mineral substances, like the foil or peat IH found along till shies of t'f Kernel, ,

and is an infallible cure and the onlyantidote I uj'ou which It grows; thereforo wiregrass while the softer portion, 611' starchy endosperm ..... ''''''''''

A TTORNE .A T-LA W, for that most horrible disease, Is pithy and touch. Is not brittle, T Is fll1I11111the center extending '"

Contagious Blood Poison.A but Is, In tact, a peculiarly strong durable air ,
ill practice In the Courts of the 7th to the summit.! In drying the center
record of nearly fifty of and wotkablu liber. ..
years
routt. Taxes paid for non-residents nut-Inks than the rest and
successful cures ia record to be proudof. It Is less than live years ago! that I ; more
(d rents and accounts collected. .7 Ci4i I hence leaves a dent at the apex of the ,
a
S. S. S. is more popular today really practical efforts were boguu to ,
ITCSVILLE:, FKORIDA, than ever. It numbers its friends by utilize this unlimited supply of liber, although gralu. Dent corns are the common
If You Are North
Going
field varieties grown In the corn belt I
the thousands Our medical correspondence for several years previous attempts i
D. PENNEY, is larger than ever in the bad been made In this direction, A nnd are almost the only kinds exported.Therq This summer, B"'Otlio "i>eclal excursion

history of the medicine. Many writeto but without definite results. e? ; are various colors, white, yellow rates that are offered by the Sunbonrd

thank "us for the great good S. S. S. Growing; as It does In waste places, 4ra and mottled (cnllio> bring the most Air Line Hallway 'n tho principal resorts
A TTOUNEY.A T.LA W
I .
in tho Carolina, VlrllnllRn. tho Kant,
There nre aluo red nu.Iluo :
has done them while others seek- and common. ,
are wire grass" shoots up early grows Including Portsmouth, Old Point, WashIngton -
ITCSVILLE:, FLORIDA. ing advice about their cases. All rapidly and Is usually ready for harvest varieties. Three hundred nod twenty- Baltimore, YorkProvidence,
letters receive prompt and careful from 1 to September Wire three varieties are described.
July Ilonton ami ItulTnln. Write A. O. Mnc-
ill In all the
( practice courts of the 7th attention. Our have madea I much like wheat. In 2. Sweet Corns.-Thcito are chiefly
physicians grass Is harvested Donnell, A. O. P. A., Jacksonville, Iftn,
Judicial Circuit lifelong studyof Blood and Skin Diseases the early harvest! a self raking reaper found In gardens, but are grown on a

and better understand such cases Is used, which lays the grass In gavels, - commercial scale fur canning purposes Some of our down-river renders have

ORGAN & LYNCH, than the ordinary Practitioner. who where It cures for about 24 hours and and Homo of the lUKe sorts arc grown forgotten the fact that this office Is fully

[ makes a specialty 0 Is then gathered by special machines. MSA. JBNNIB Nosta.serous I for fodder. The llrst ,'arll'tYl'ulllvate.l equipped to do all kinds of job printing.

We are doing great Later, when the grass; Is not so succulent wan obtained from the Indians of New AilveitlHlng nail job printing helps us to
JEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, good to suffering it Is cut with nn ordinary self nervous trouble. Those hot England In 1779. In 1S04 there were publish a newspaper worthy ot the Kant

Loans, Notary Public S S S humanity throughour binder and bound Into bundles' 1II11'wbl'at. nature flashes. for lire help.Just so The many nerves calls are from cry- 10 varieties Now hero I are KJ.: Corn Const", and nil wo want Is n share of It.

pllectlons, Typewriting, Stenography. consulting department In In-th eases the grass Is always lug out for aaitis'taaoe.; The cry bhould as vegetable Is practically unknown

and invite kept straight and untangled.; After be heeded in tlrno. Lydia E. Pink- outside<< the United State.

TITUS vi LI.E, FLA. you to write us if you have any bloodor curing It Is put Into great; stacks or ham's Vegetable Compound was pre- 3. 'lIut.The horny endowperm. entirely

skin trouble. \Ve make no charge sheds, protected from rain and snow. pared to moot the needs of woman's surround. the starchy, and hence KIDNEY DISEASES

EO. A. WORLEY, whatever for this service.THE Here the grass goes through the sweat system at this", trying period of her life. the grain Is smooth at IIIlIturlt,. Color

SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA M.Distressed or ordinary curing process, when It In i It build.* up the weakened nervous various Many varieties have eight the most fatal of all dis
and enables a woman to pass are
ATTOKNEYATLAW.bneral baled Into large bales averaging about system, rows end hence nre' known ns right

practice In State and Federal ----. ------.. . ... 200 pounds In weight.; These bales ore that" I grand change sick triumphantly woman, caused rowed corn. .Flint corn can'be grown eases.

(Courts. AH business entrusted will ... 0.1........... hauled to large warehouses at convenlent was of a very Life. suffered with hot much farther north than the dent corn,
by Change :
receive prompt attention. by her cook's frequent chipping points on rivers or railroads flushes and fainting Bpolls. 1 wits since It matures earlier; hence It Is the two KIDNEY CURE ''v

neral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, complaints of toothache, a mistress of from which the gunss Is delivered afraid to go on the street, my head and prevailing form in Canada and the lULLI Buaranttid Rimed dy

Miami. the upper west side decided a few as required to the various factories. back troubled mo so. I wan entirelycured northern United States. Since It Is the

MIAMI, FLORIDA. days ago that It was time to recom- As described by American Agriculturist. by Lydia 11:. Plnkham's Vegetable .- common corn of Now England It U often

mend heroic remedies. In which the foregoing Items occur Compound.- \". JENNIE Nouuc called Yankee corn or money refunded. Contains

(AMES ANDREWS, 'Hannah, there Is no use putting It the harvest Is conducted on nn Im 6010 Key ser St., Qurmantown Pa. 4. l'olwtll'ul1.'l'IIrl'Rem blo the remedies recognized by eminent

off any longer. There Is Dr. Jones over manse scate. The area harvested last I flint corns, but differ In the ability to physicians as the best for

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. there. He promises to extract teeth year by one firm was larger than the Coaeernlas ueor*. "pop" when heated.. Tills phenomenon

aln office and poatoftice address, TITUS- without pain. Why don't you lice him acreage harvested by, any Individual It Is said, writes M. Prescott In Good : depends upon the tact; that the starch Kidney and Bladder troubles.

.: Branch office at FORT PIBRCR.lecutlng and have It over with?" corporation In America If not In the HousekeepingThat ; Is In the form of horny endosperm, PRICE 50*. sod $'.00.

Attorney for Brevard Co. Hannah scarcely relished the suggestion world. Over 2.0OO men and nearly as a generous lump of washing I and the moisture present cannot easily 11. It. WILSON & BUN

Notary Public State at Large. but after another nights suffering many horses are employed. The past soda and a quart of water,. If put Into I escape, but finally explodes' turning I

sorrowfully announced, ''Deed, season 15 permanent camps were run- pots and pans In which field, cabbage, the grain Inside oat Popcorn seems WANTICD-TrnstworthIr men end women tn
I kin stand dls longab anal onions.and other "loud" foods least modified. from tho travel and atlvnrtlHO, fur entjiblliihflil hone of
;TEPUEN E. FOSTER Jess no ; ning, each with Its separate cook and swelling to be the original olid flnannlnl. tanitlnir. HuUrj S7HO it year anilxpflitHBH
asked permission to go to Dr. Jones. commissary. department to feed and have been cooked, will thoroughly type. There are 25 varieties.. nil iayftltl In "M..... No oauvftHftlnifminimi.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Her mistress rejoiced in the thought house the foremen, harvesting crews cleanse and make them smell sweet B. Soft COI'nll-11I these the starch atamiwd. flIY.r.<..f.o..luAddn..ir.m< and enoloMnnK.. Manager ailftrmiaml -

that the agony was at last to be end horses and machinery. Each camp has and clean. Is all in the form of starchy endo- aftO Cuxtun .1"., (,::111"1&"'" Smug

looms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, ed. When an hour later, however, she from 00 to 200 men with stables for as That a teaspoonful of vinegar boilIng sperm. Seem to have been common

JAOKSOWVILLK:, FLA. beheld Hannah march down the arm- many horses. on the stove will counteract the among the Indium of the southwest. goSubsorlber, your attention I I. drawnto

way steps, the whites of her eyes flashing The grass Is nude Into binder twine smell of strong food. Some of time blue squaw corns belongto the name-and-date slip pasted upon In
If
EORGE W. ALLEN and her head bobbing with a vehemence bottle cover., ropes, matting, carpet That a teaspoonful of ground clove this race. Brazilian flour corn sold your arrears paper, plea or e wrapper remit.I you are

born of righteous fury, vision linings. rugs, wall hangings, wickerwork on a few hot coals will produce the by seedsmen Is a soft com There Is

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, not only of lost molars, but of a departing furniture etc.Summe..complalnt. same result. no dent In these! varieties. The Indian<< Kivor Iteal Estate

I cook came before her. She entered That a few drop of oil of sandalwood Besides the above there Is a pod' corn
BY WEST FLORIDA.ill Ha. Bale
for
I. with the dignity. of ao Insulted dropped on a hot shovel It also grown as a curiosity In which I each Agency
practice In the United States Is unusually prevalent -
|(d State Courts. OJunOS African queen. among{ children this season. A well an excellent deodorizer. kernel Is Inclosed la a husk;, and some Unimproved lands from 2.00 to+25,00)<<
"Anything wrong, Hannah? Didn't developed case In the writer's family was That a stale crust of bread boiled ornamental varieties derived from the per Bore

be get the right teeth?" ventured the cured last week by the timely use of with cabbage will absorb the strong flint corn, grown for tin striped or 10 acre orange grove, near TI uIl1Ie.

O. FRIES, C. E. mistress. Chamberlain's 09Ic! Cholera and Diarrhoea odor barred leaves. The latter are usually some trees beaming, $HM)0.( ) (

"Got de right teef all right and a dol- Remedy- one of the best patent t That a large lump of charcoal In a old under the name of lea japonl(' 0 sere orange grove, near Tltusvlllo,

COUNTY SURVEYOR. lah an a half besides. Yas'm, he did medlolnes manufactured and which Is ,al- refrigerator will prevent a musty smell. The varieties of corn aro very variable with 10 acre of land, some bearing

and legally surveyed and sub-divided, so." wajs kept on hand at the home of yo That a pound of copperas dissolvedIn In size, shnpe,lInd other qualities.The tuoo.oo.

applng neatly done. Estimates for Well did he hurt you 1""No'm. scribe This Is not Intended as a free boiling hater, If poured Into drainpipes late Dr. Btnrtevnnl, an authorityon Orange prove rind pineapple farm, nt
1 kinds of engineering works. Dieted T>nff for the company, who do not advertise -. Mlcoii, AOO) good; bowing tree, with 1 acre
can't be did. will dissolve the and
carry of the
sny said "The
grease height plnnt
corn : '
| lines a specialty with us, but.to benefit little sufferers shed. for pines, good dwelling, .l,(UIIOfIO.>
"Then what's the matter? who ba away .Impurities.. In varieties and lorn U tie* has been reported
not within of '
ruvn.r.B, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. may easy access a.phynlcran. 80 acres of pine and ha' mm 4pk land for
"Well Miss 'l.\7.n.\ didn't you tell me No family should be without That a disagreeable "onion breath" ,from 18 Incite for the golden orange and) pines on K, It. south of

dat man ober. dere 'stracted teet wid- a bottle of this medicine In the home, may be got rid of by swallowing a Tom Thumb pop to :W) feet or more for Sebastian\ Jtlver, J800.00 M

S. BURNHAM M. D. out pay In?'-New York Sun. especially In summer time.-Tensing mouthful of vinegar or drinking a half varieties In the Went I Indies and single House and 44 acres of hind, beautiful

Iowa Jnnroal. For sale druggists amtall cup of hot water In which a pinch of stalks. In Tennessee at 22Vi fet. I river front, 2 miles of Eau Oalllo. |ifM IIO.>

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, In St. Helena there are descendantsof medicine dealers. baking; soda has been dissolved. have seen l'lIrll. .one Inch long In the 7 room cottage, 10 arrow of land, riverfront i''
colored men who were brought to That foul breath be sweetenedby at Georgian* $700.(
I I a may pop class and 1(1( Inches long In the lent
.
..
Ear and ,
Nose Throat. Coavlot Labor Itoada.Convict
the Maud 1.10 years ago.; They are as a mouth wash of permanganate of class. The rows lu varieties may vary Apply at once to

JJJKST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.Irgmiajfomes. black an tliolr distant cousins on the labor Is doubtless more cost : potash In a teacup of water. I from 8 to 21 or more and lu Individualears D li, OAULUKN: Mnnnger.
ly. comparing results with results, than Tltusvllle, iris
coat of Guinea. free labor. The convict working on i That the frequent use of lye In the are reported from 4 to 48. A hundred ._- w...... I
kitchen .sink will\ prevent a horrible kernels of miniature pop weighed", II
the roads practically competes with no I
: Don't dress for show. The thinnest odor. 40 of Cuzco .soft l.C.'H:;:
I body. Most of the ronils. would not be grain; grains.; tJ
soap bubbles, wear the gaudiest colors. ,, That a few rnouthfuls of limewater A variety that ripens In ouo'Utonth' I la
built If they depended on free labor,
Chicago News.A or a few drops of tincture of myrrh In mentioned from Paraguay, and seven
for few communities feel able\ to Incur
: a tumbler of water will sweeten a bad months Is said to bo required. In some Always Fresh.! ,
the of extensive improvementsof
expense breath and a small piece of orris root southern countries." Always the Beit.
fou learn all about Virginia Lands, WORTHY.SUCCESSOR. Hint sort What the prisoner doe
If ctipwpri. will give a violet odor to the
The tables show that the
Its resources, products, mode of out Is simply to pay back f> the community average Y
[tlvatlon, prloes.eto., by reading the Something New Under The Ban." In another form the cost of breath. composition 'of ilentoiu I Is; Protein. S.1J e
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. '' 10.3 per cent; fat, 0 per cent Flint:
tried his conviction and of his board nnd often nut from pain, but
All doctors have to cure Catarrh Children cry,
for a 10.11
Protein. .
months the I fat cent.Hweet
1pl'r
subscription to per cent
f Farmer by the use of powders, acid gases, Inhalers 'ollltlul l and without taking one morsel from hunger, although fed aj>uhdaotiy.The .
Co. Emporla Va. Protein. 11.0 rent fat 8.1
: ,
aud drugs in paste form. Their pow- of bread from the mouth of any law. trouble arisen from Inanition; their por ;
membranes t I.KH assimilated but devoured, by per cent. Sweet: corn U this richer In
ders dry up the mucuoiis abiding citizen. The .roods when Is nut ,
AVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON causing them to crack open and ble Rapid Calker? If not call at the store The powerful acids used In the Inhalers but Veimlfuge will destroy the worms, when poorer lu carbohydrate. Let ..-.. Annuul r-. Ikt
I In the comfort of travel
I of J... prltchsrd A Son. Titusville. have entirely eaten, away the same memo only I the I cblllren will begin: to thl'lve.t onca. At the Kansas Stale Agricultural I. M, 'II" a.t/., DITtDIT, MIGtI:f

[It is an. article that should he In theOSRe'llllo'o branes hit their makers have aimed to In saving wear and tear on vehicles Price, M cents. 11. 11. Wilson & Bon. college experiments lire In progress! to
of boatbutlder and I anti they Lave been" procured by the
every and ointments
while cannot
paste
cure, Increase the protein Content' of Held
yachtsman. Read the 'testimonial reach the dlno.ise. An old and eaaperfenced mere utilization of labor which might A Mighty Army ot /.b. .ln.r.. .
and
crossing election."
tram first-class boatbullders. practttloneer who has for many otherwise have been lost altogether or Northern Europe contain the following corn by AnyIncrease

years made a close study and specialty of !: employed In some more wasteful enter- estimated number of total abstainers I In the protein will greatly extend : The Largest and Most .Com-
Its usefulness fled for .
Mtock.A.
a* a
i
the treatment of CATARRH, has at last prim*.->'ew York Evening Post : Sweden 210.000; Norway I Violate Establishment South.
B. Hitchcock.ifow Kansas '
a treatment which when faithfully and FIn- -
I perfected 20O.OOU; Denmark 1OO.OOO.
used, not only relieves at once, but Haw I. <(<:Mr* Craated 1'1"."... land. "O.OOO-an" aggregate ef 80.0OO Co.trol CEO. S. HACKER & SON
I
BA Sample copy of one of the best farm I permanently cures CATARRH, by removing Rub In the following ointment at adherents t. "a Jane teal. ,

Ipers published, free, If you ''will send the Q8UII8,stopping the discharges night, making sore that the ointment .. The experience<< In California. coverIng -
and curing Inflammation.. It Is the does not enter the eyes: Yellow\ 011 Mi<< many year, has abundantly dl'moUNtI'ut..d -
name on postal card mentioningis If the stomach, liver and bowels fall to
Jfur a only remedy known to science that actually -
4 4t
of mercury, S dwlgrama; white vaseline > that thl scaly insect" cnn econt..olled
their functions regularly and
reaches the nfllicted parts. This perform
| paper. 80 enmll. aud the one remedy there laI
wonderful remedy I I.. known as SUF- op to naturally the blood becomes contaminated
THE PLOWBOY Co., FLFSthe GUARANTEED CATARRH flow to Male Baklaa; Powd.. with Impurities, and the whole system I I. In spraying with the lime salt and

.. CURE." and In sold at the extremely low One pound bicarbonate of soda on Is In consequence debilitated JllIr- sulphur wa h. This wash I.I very effective. .

AtlantaGa. price ot One Dollar, each package containing pound cream tartar, six: ounces tar blne Is remarkable for Its efficacy In curing and Its use I I. possible In alt climate P
Internal and medicine of flour. Mix well l the ailments of summer, and the din-. .* similar to those of the Pacific
tarle aol'l. one pint
sufficient fora full month's treatmentand order prevalent during hot weather. coast In tbe east tile moliter climate
and sift six times. Use one teaspoon- Price 50 cents. n. K. Wilson A (Son.
everything necessary to perfect use. ... and tbe more frequent rainfalls at and
of flour.Business
ful to one quart --
"SXUFFLK.S" U the only perfect CATARRH .
YEARS'EXPERIENCE subsequent to the time when treatments
BO .
Reward Hot ..
CURE ever made and U now men who lack the vim, snap have to be made render this ..
recognized as the only safe and positivecure and vigor: they once had. should one Her- Several months ago the Bible Temperance wash Ineffective/ and distinct method a
for that annoying and dlgusting: dis. association o/f.rPd.l00/ guineasto
blne. It will purify the blond, strengthenand of treatment have been found to be
I
ease. It cures Inflammation quicklyand Invigorate; the system. Price BO eta. any chemist who would before a MANUFACTURERS?
The method of control for
: 1 permanently and Is also quick t.j relieve D. K. Wilson A Son. competent commit extract a single necessary.
HAT FEVER or cold In the HEAD. OnDI'..of alcohol from any quantity of the east a. given by Entomologist C. L. Doors Sash, Blinds.
CATARRH when neglected often lead a/71iak. Marlatt In the order of their importance

MARK to CONSUMPTION-'SNUFFLES' will ""'hat'. item spots on you all's fore- tame(rain. grapes In Its organic or other state vegetable as producedby *ub- are a* follows: First, the soap He( nldmg & Building Material
TRADE
save you If you use It at once. It Is no bead asked. Mr. Erastns PlnkUy."My treatment; second, treatment with pure
COPYRIGHT DESIGNS&C.Anenn..ndtng ordinary remedy, bat a complete treatment wife- don" glmme dem." answered nature Ho far no response baa been kerosene; third treatment wltb crude ( mea A Warerooms. King opposite I
which I I.. positively guaranteed to received to the offer.
*
.. Cannon StreetCharleston
asberch.nl dmortptlnn may 11r, rdmriUlns Colllflower. "Paf* -- petroleum;"fourth treatment with mechanical
,tray' a.r.nnln our OlMnlnii free wb.thr anmnlon CATARRH In any form or state If
M prohnWr putantabl 11.i'd..nLe. eummnln."u.tnatlfanned.nlaL .. cure need according to the directions which d> .tyllcb. .-.' kin o* tecorntlooK. DeuTs The Beat Liniment 'for Strain mixture of. either of the last ] S. C. If'
two oils with water. la the malts these ,
a rm.. irttwt for a.emnn.p.t ea. accompany each package. Don't delay poker Buts.-Washington: "'ar. Mr. F fl. Well., the merchant; at Deer
;= : ..
KHntwiu lakan Muna Co. writefallpartlculsre are all winter treatment and are madeat
ba nutlet, wi'hoat..h.rm. In tb* but send forltstooce, and Park, Long; Island, X, Y., says; "1 *1- Sash Weights Cord and f
Those
as to yoor condition, and you who live on farms are especially recommend Chamberlain' Pain any time when the tree are In a ,

Scientifi: ,Jlmcrican.i will receive special advice from the discoverer liable to many accidental ants, burns and Balm ways a* the best liniment for strain I dormant leafless condition. Tbe treat Hardware.

,,.nh.rrarad __",.. J.- eta.la1.u of this wonderful remedy regarding bruises which heal rapidly when Ballard'sSnow used 'It last winter for a sever lameness meuts enumerated are all for tree In
i .f any. _.....U.. fnin'.I '1._... "*. without cost to beyond Liniment Is applied. Price, 25 and from strain and orchard. stock
'r, tear "", nl""$1. Said oraU p.w.dwl.rnUNN your case yon I 00 cents. B. R. Wilson Boa.I In the side, resulting a tbe Nursery badly Window and Fancy Glas
& the regular price of "SS'UFFI.F..8" the WM greatly pleased with the quick relief enough Infested to require such treat-
CO "T.4w./'NCW 1 wtIeys "GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE." I and core It effected." For sale by all ment I I. beat destroyed. For the genes A SPECIALTY.
nr.ech Offlo. i 7f r Bt Wartlwtoa.Kidney Sent prepaid to any address the Uni- =:r-wa would esteem the favor if oafreaders druggists and medicine dealers. disinfection of nursery stock the by. I

ted States or Canada on receipt of $l. when writing or calling upon
Cure GILES advertisers merchandise -Job Printing all klad executed: droryanlc add gas treatment U the DYSPEPTICIDE
Address Dept C 70.1; EDWIN B. ],oar to purchase ,

kidneys and bLIdd d2ht. A CO., 2300-33 Market St. Philadelphia. eta., would mention the ADTOC.A.Tr. at the ADVOTATK<< office. Send your order. standard and only satisfactory mean The .,...... old! to DIGESTION.t;







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: 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE JULY 5, 1901. =-

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JAMBS. PKITCHARD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-PyMldeq

EAST COAST ADVOCATE; EQUIPOISE. ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING.GUARANTEED C. S. SCBUYLBR, Cashier


Perhaps we would be overstepping INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK |

IlfI .....Ioy JOCMAb DBVOTKD TO' TUB DBVBIrOrMBMT the bounds of reason and truthif

ell TUB IHDIAK BIVBB, LABS) should that most are GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.
we say men FOR 10 YEARS. SITORY"J J'
BAV SBOTIOHS.PUBLISHED
WOSTH AXD BI8OATHB COUNTY DEP
extreme on some one point of par-
WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS. -- ioorJ
ticular, but when we say that a Authorized capital; $1

: EVERY FBIDAT. large cent of the human race Paid up capital !
per $26,0pt

1 ClUaLU H. WALTOK' Editor A Pnbllnber. are extremists, and are incapableof The Carder-Campbell Company .J" r-\,, A Average deposits $looo| %|

viewing a great matter calmlyand ,

i I Discontinuance of advU. must be made per.i dispassionately we feel that Transacts General
a
,, Dually at this office or by writing. : Baum
; the truth has not been seriously JACKSONVILLE FLA. : :
Shack No. 1 1, Foot of :Main Street, M :
' f distorted. How difficult it Is to , ,
Check,sto. may be made payable to CBABLBS. get >'Y- ; Business
B. WAI/TOII'' ,publisher.Addresi the average man to see the other -Southern Selling Agents for- ;
I
side of a question. WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL 1 1
,I I all oommnnloatloni to This weakness of mental vision ,i' Largest and Oldest 'Bank on the WIt
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening FelU. National Paint /-,_.
i ia not to be found only among the t Exchange bought and sold on all FOIf I,
TiTDiriti.B. FIOMDA. dull and unlettered, but also among Works' Structural and Technical Paints. 3 ; Countries.
.. --
------ -- -- -- ---- -- -- those who ordinarily are bright and nIGH POINT GRANITE WORKS, SPARTANBURG, S. C. +rI 't Patronage appreciated. Prompt ervM|
I 17. S. Department of Agriculture active. Impulsiveness in I treatment and every favor coneittant.ia
mentally CRUSHED STONE, CURB-BLOCK and BUILDING STONE.DKKOADE'S + r e9 ervatlve banking granted! -
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. anything, is to be deplored, and es
WATER PAINT. I CORRESPONDENTS
"LYTHITE" COLD
statement pecially so when it leads to the 1' Seaboard National Hunk of \pw> ror
The following tea comparative ._ u.ff1 t National Bank of Jacksonville tin, ,*:
of temperature and rainfall for the committal of grave public wrongs, .tom

I ; week ending Tuesday, July 2, 1101.* in which the actor.is not only dam- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Commissioners Bell and Conkling be appointed TIrrUSVI.LLE, FLA.

1 ,-1001- -1900-- aged, in the estimation of thinking -- a committee to investigate and ---- ---
t' DATE. MAX MIN. MAX. MIW. ascertain the cost. of a proper location -----------
26 88: 76 86 80 I men. but the public also. Manymen (continued from page 84) and building to be used as a poor farmin
''
:37: 86 70 87 80 have caught the 'contagious' this County, and that they report at Settle the s
h 28 86 75 80 80 utterances of a sensational blunderbuss done by contract fur tile county, It will the next meeting of this Board.

''i '29 83 70 8.1: 70 and under the impulse of be required that all final demands for No. 30. On motion It Is ordered that

i 3 19! 80 76 80 78 have written and said payment f l' 1 8i: 74 80 ,76 the moment shall lie for .10 days after the same have Laws of Florida the County,of Brevardshall TRUNKQUESTION

1 2 87: 78 tit 75 things which they afterwards repented been approved by the Superintendent of and does hereby Impose an occupa .

Total rainfall for the week: .0.:) of at their leisure. The Im- Roads, before the payment thereof shall tlon tax on fish dealers and slaughter : ,

l Departure from normal rainfall for the pulsive man, however, is a gentleman be made by this Board. pens as follows: See page 5. r J
week: mlnn 1.10 Inches. Departure and Christian compared to I No. 2iIt\ is ordered that the allowance No, 37. On motion It is ordered that Getting one at
jl from, normal rainfall since January 1, a of Martha White, a pauper, be reduced the bids for road contracts be published
11.35 Inches. the bitter extremists who can see from $8 \to; $:.i per months according to law in the Florida Star a -

I; plus HAL. P. HABDIN, Observer absolutely nothing good in the objects No. 26. Commissioner Mlot moved newspaper published in Brevard county, WE HAVE CANVASS GARDNER'SBy

of their attacks. that the present Uh and game wardenbe that the occupation tax on fish dealers and WALL TKUNKS. STEAMER TRr.XKS
--.- -- -- With such is requested to resign, whereupon the and -slaughter pens be published for
men calumny
supposed chairman presented the written resignation four consecutive weeks in the EAST Until
PRICES
FIVTY thousand men of the American to be logic, sarcasm is truth, of said warden, and, on motion, the COAST ADVOOATE and the Melbourne SPECIAL REDUCED. July 1st

p Steel Hoop company are on a and bitter invectives are sworn af- same was duly accepted. Times, newspapers published in Brevard
Btrike. That is right. There is fidavits to the truth. Of all pitiable No. 27. On motion. Mr. T. A. Robinson county.

nothing like being in the fashion, characters it is the man who has was recommended for appointmentas No. 38., On motion It Is ordered that
flab and game warden to .nil the va the Tax Assessor of Brevard county be, SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPffii
and strikes fashionable at the world and looks TilE
are very soured against. cancy. and he Is hereby instructed to levy the
the present time. with green-eyed; suspicion upon No. 28. The Board proceeded to following millage on the real and per
The equalize taxation. On motion, It is ordered sonal of Brevard
except himself, property county,to.wit:
everyman that the assessment of C. D. Provost State taxes, general revenue, 24 mills. Wood Coal Coke Brick; Lime Cement
ONE flash of lightning killed malcontent has no idea what a bore on lot 5, Dickson's sub-division of Pensioners, - .- 1 ; 'I ,

eleven out of twelve boys in Chic he is to men of even and well ad. lot 1, Sec. 7, and lots 1,2, of Sec. 7,8:,Tp, General school tax, 1 "

ago, on the first day of July. The justed tern per men ts. His continued 26 8., Range( 37 E., 10 acres, valued at State Board of Health, i. #.'

twelvth boy ia by no means out of and never ending thrusts become $000\ to $JX( ). Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick,".,
No. 20. On, motion it Is ordered that Total for state, 5 ,
danger having been badly stunned positively wearisome, not 'because the assessment of Kobblns&Graham Co.,

by the electric fluid. Lightning there !ia power in them, but because on the following described lands be 'reduces County taxes, general revenue, 4 Offices foot IJogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo.2ft f

has claimed an unusual number of of their unvarying monotony. as follows : fine and forfeiture fund, '. 1J J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.;
} victims the week. Any man who has gained wealth,, The NW}, plat of Fleming.Grant, Seo. General road fund, - -3 ,
past 1, Tp.30, n.:38, 100 acres valued at $200:.! General school fund, - 5 <.
fame under the -------------- ------------- -
or power or comes reduced *o *100. -

PROCEEDINGS have been institutedto ban of the malcontents irrespectiveof Lots 63 to 00, 74 to 80, IK) to 03 Inclusive Total for county, 134

test the right of the United honest methods used for the acquirement Seo. 10. Tp. 80, Range 38, 140 acts, Also, the following special taxes: MeMurray & Baker

of riches, or the mental valued at 9140, reduced to#st). Special road fund,dist. No. 3, 5 ,
1 of South
the State
States to tax Lois 10 to 14 Inclusive Plat Fleming Special aub-distriota school tax, 3 "
who have risen
those
Carolina. Liquor license stampsare force of to Grant bee.: 12, '' Range 3(01(,23 acres; No. 3D. On motion, it is ordered that
not to be levied on necessary places of power by the sheer weightof valuerj at $40, reduced to $:20..! the clerk of the Board purchase a seal 44OVcst Hay Street. Jacksonville, Florhtn.lleadqual.ter. .

State agencies, but It Is claimed intellect and moral integrity. Lots 3, 7, sub-dlvlsfion lot 0, Plat of for the Board. for-
Does not the self-complacent mudslinger !- Fleming Grunt !Sees.: 12: and II. Tp. 80 Several bills were audited and ordered
that the dispensary is not a neces- and 31 Range :36 /60) acres valued at$50, but
pnld are crowded out of this Issue of
sity. The tight will be watched know that if great riches reduced to $45. the ADVOCATE They will be published Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

with growing interest, + should come his way he would Lots 07, 08, Uf), 70 80 to 91, 02 to 05: In next Issue. ,

I greedily grasp them, or if power Plat Fleming Grant, Seo. :2J.,: Tp. 30, and Sundries. I
was conferred him he would Range 8S4:> aoies, valued at $100, reduced -

1' r THE law against concealed weapons wear the toga upon with inexpressible to *;0. PATRONIZE HOME. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER, TIRES put on your wheel]
into effect on the first Lots :20, ;21 and unplated tract between
goes and indescribable delight? No extreme lots 20, 21 and river. Pint.Fleming Grant at short notice.
I of August. The fine in case An exchange says that it Is a mania
day valued
1 man is safe, and he shouldnot Sec. 20. Tp. 30, Range 8tf!:!, 25 acres, with certain. to of
+ people buy foreign Institutions
conviction is in the of not
of sum
at $150, reduced ,to $:ill.)
be disappointed if the people that
i not they get any' betteror
less than $100 or three months imprisonment Lot 5U, 57, U3 to ((17, 77 to 81, Plat
refuse to look him as a political cheaper materials, not that they are 'r
4 nor more than $500> or upon Fleming Grunt, !leo: 28, Tp.80. Range!, better aarlsilud or better treated, but WATCHES CLOCKS
I Moses.\ Perhaps, if a man is U5 acres, valued at $125, reduced to $l>0. ,
six months imprisonment A conviction they seem to take a delight in getting
far advanced In years, there is no Unplatted land between lots 80 81, 8J
their far
so ,beyond their reach
money
for carrying concealed weapons hope of making a permanent care t Os and ScbaHtlon river, Plat I Klemlng that they will never see It agxln.,: I fetiangeas : yr Diamonds !
I I now means something. We Grunt Seo. 20 Tp. 30, Range 38,10 acres, Jewelry.
of him but if there is It may seem, there are merchants . .
y ; young pos ,
fP hope the law will be rigidly enforc valued at f 15, reduced to $10. yes mea'chantwlw, with their families 1 llhIIIhf 21.E ,

N' ed. itively excuse for choloric grum- Lo s 8, 0, 12, 13, 1(1( 17, 18' 19, 20, 21, make It a point to purchase everything ,+ I. e' Souvenir, :Wedding Rings and Preseot
blings and sour mash. 22, 23: Pint Fleming Grant, Sec. :'JO, Tp. Dossibla out of their line from foreign 3c
own a Waltham Watches etc.
1L4 JO\ and 31 Ranges 38 and 39, 00( + ,
,
nCI'eli.
friend
No sarcastic and bitter
my firms, and then sit around and kick
THE State Fair to be held at valued at $11)0. reduced to $75. l I 1
because trade Is
there not nearly so depraved falling off, and they
t 1 Jacksonville in November, will be are rascals abroad as you many seem Iran All and blocks W unplatted a, 11, 35. 3tl 05:, Plat acres of, Waure-Plat of don't receive just tieiitment from their I- FIHEWATCH and JEWELRY REPADIIR|

4 I .. more largely attended, perhaps, to think, and it is barely possiblethat Fleming Grant, Sec :21, Tps. 30 and 31, and own provide people.for To its kill uliimutev off a town's decay,trade the A SPECIALTY

l than any previous exhibition of the man who differs with you Ranges 3S and JO. 240 acres, valued at butcher should buy his clothe out of Watch Inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville A jS>outhvieBternB'j.|

like character that has ever been on some point, has never been in $240;/Unplatted, reduced l land to $lying 120.) : E. of lots 15 and town; the baker should go away to buy Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way R. J, RILES,
held in the State Everybody will' \ Ills jewelry the clothier should send
the penitentiary or the, insane of ; 225 W. KU. I
asy 28 und W. of R. R., Plat Wauregan/! Bay St., .IACKHONVILIB
want to help Jacksonville, and ,then lum. Try kindness and well bal- Fleming: Grant, Soo.,30, Tps. 80 and, :31 I, jo away to for some his distant furniture city; the to doctor purchase should his
i who hove not seen the city 37 :3H 31) 20 valued at$:.10
many anced common sense for awhile, I flanges acres, buggy| ; the bank, meicbant., lawyer, or
since the disaster, will be curious and see if they do not afford the reduced to $20. the county clerk should not call-on the
motion It Is ordered that
I No. 30. On
made.
k to note the improvements better enjoyment.SOME home printer for stationery or deed
the assessment of Ann J. Brown on the
The coming fair will be a big occasion blanks, etc. To practice this sort of
; west 10 chains of south 12| chains of lot
thing In a degree will injure the
y one long to be 'remembered.COL. 4 l May and Britt Sec. 3 town
people have queer ideas as except Sykes: and persistent practice will kill It tftTectvely
a 'rp. 31: K. 40, (9" acres), valued at $200.(( -
to the value of advertising; but we and thoroughly.: It won't pay to
be reduced to $150.
ii J. L. Young's' bill that passed may tell them that advertising is a S No. 31. On motion the Board filed argue with .the farmer to do the light .p
; 4 kind of science and business with the Tax Assessor statement setting thing by the merchants of the town as P rllai
both houses at the recent sitting men a long as they refuse to do what is right o
a should il. There is noth forth the' boundary of the special y
of the legislature, was a very important not ignore among themselves.A )
school districts, the rate of taxation to
one. Upon an appeal on a ing in the world more certain than
be levied qn the real and personal property -
supersedeas bond, from the Circuit advertising If it i is properly done. therein, and the assessor is orderedto SA-DEATH.

Court to the Supreme Court, the You can make a failure of anythingany levy such asdessment according to law.

judgment of the inferior court can line of business-it you do not No. ;12. On motion it la ordered that ,
the $.1118> remaining: in the special road Frank Gardner the 12-year-old son of Fille r '
Prom
about it with full understanding l
be sustained or ,affirmed by the go a fund of District No. 2, of 1890 levy be Mr. George B. Gardner, of LaGrange,
higher court, and thus end the liti of its details and careful attention transferred to the special road fund of met with a sad l death on Wednesday.As ,

gation. This i is a great advantageto to them. Leave one single, District No. 2, 19OO levy. far as we can learn the boy went to

the lawyer and clients, and is little, insignificant screw out of a No. S3. On motion $150.00 is hereby Mima on Wednesday afternoon carrying
transferred from the fine and forfeiture an air-gun with him thinking he
wouldbe
r I'' certainly subserving the ends of locomotive,and sooner or later thereis fund to the feeding prisoner fund. able to shoot some rabbits on the

+' Justice. going to be a smash-up. To leave No. 84. The Treasurer's monthly report way. Arriving! at Mimi he sat on the Best Material Lowest Prices
k you ad. out of the ADVOCATE i is of the finances the County for the steps of a house and commenced picking ]

the about the same as leaving a screw. month of June was received. Warrants sand out of the muzzle of the gun with a
MONDAY was sales day at out of a locomotive. checked up and found correct with re- nail, when the gun slipped, striking the
i ; Court House, and many tax certifi port of Treasurer. The chairman ap trigger, and sending a bullet through his QUICKEST

f cates were sold, some to private 'pointed Commissioners Conkling and left eye, which became embedded in his SHIPMENTS.
citizen and the residue to the State. Tn: revenue stamp has been tak Bell a committee to destroy the paid warrants brain.
en off of many proprietary medicines turned over by Treasurer. They Die B. R. Wilson and E. E. Rollins I
It ia strange that so many people checks and legal and public reported they had done the tame. and were on the spot as quickly. possible, Bond Lumber: Co. Titns ille.|
will wait until their property baa were discharged. The Treasurer had a but they gave no hopes of the recoveryof ,
been advertised and sold before documents. No one will shed tearsto certificate of the bank attached to his the boy, whosncoumbed to the Injury

f rI they will tab steps to, settle the aee the stamps relegated to ob- report showing that the amount of money about 13 o'clock Wednesday night A Trial Order Will Convince.
livion. It is to be hoped that we called for In his report was on depositIn The parents of the deceased have the
taxes. Of course, this runa up additional shall have immunity from them for the Indian River State Bank to his heartfelt sympathy of their many friends S. 0. V ANLANDl HAM, Manager. Tltosvllle, FMasnry's '

costs, and, the delinquent credit as County Treasurer.No. In tills section through their sad affliction -
1 j must either pay such costs or forfeit all time to come. 35. On motion It is ordered that In the loss of their boy.

bls lands. As a general thing -
they redeem their {lands, and then Notice.UNDER T"" = Paints Are Not Cheap Paints.But .
-
E.13ii! Cf_ _' n Ir: 1:1'U: It: UI
I do the same thing another year.
AND HY VIRTUE or A DECREE ,
Circuit.. .Court... In and and Bale fur Issued Hravard out County of the r H. I. LAUX & CO. it Is economy to see them. Liquid Colors(ready for use) cost$1.30 pKallon.Railroad r

New''YCRK: Is suffering from its Florida. In Chancery wherein W. H. Maxwell : Colors: (paste form) cost when mixed with oil $1.25''
Florida Products
i
oomplalnentandlwlahtIoroyend Willis (lib- a ,Specialty.
i gallon.
hot For sale
annual wave. Eighty-seven Ion as Trustoaa of the African Methodist Epla.oopal only by
{ ; deaths and two hundred prostrations Church.of Tttusvtlla Florida,ere defendants 211 roydran St., New Orleans, La. ,
,1 will will at rublio Auction to the' hlirbtatand
i G7EORGE :F. .A.DDISOJ.'T
from heat are the records for mat MiMor: forciuh. ,before the Court Him* By Telegraph : I P:: :: :

the first day of July. The mercury door In of the sale Town the of TltutTllla during the legal LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. FLORIDA
honn on NEW ORLEANS, July 1, 1001. EAU OALLIK!:,
H reached 102 degrees, and that high FIRST MONDAY 13 AfOUST, A, D.l00t. : Special to ADVOCATE readers: c----

e v temperature was maintained for the Pen a being the Sib day of add. month all I Pineapples: Queen, 12.73: to S3.25; Fancy Red Spanish 2.25 to 3.50 "
i Florida after all is the that tract of le..11)'lnr and being In Hravanl ; H. A. HODGES.
hours. Fancy large; Porto Rico 3.00 to 6.00, according to quality and condition.
1 County', FlerltU, and described as follow,&0- ...
: coolest place on the Atlantic seaboard Flu I, Pineapples are com leg: spasmodically-.much good and poor fruit In all
W and the hotel along The South half of said Lot hereby: oeo.evierd, I sorta of condition. One association Is selling at auction-good stock selllnjr I Manufacturei of
t i.i many frontlnir((4t l 111II( HM' )forty-six feel and
low-market has been demoralized, but with care will recover..We have ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
the Atlantic beach are abund. hnnilmch feel nu Dnmmlt Street;also fronting
(|U 10-100)Sixty-tire: feel and ten ene> bnnrireths had sufficient good stock for our country trade. The difference la only
1 w antly able to take care of the sweltering !. of a foot oo Koutb Street according to the map I lOcts a crate between carload and less than carload rates; we advise ship I HOUGH AND DRESSED. Oran e Box Beads, Fruit and Vegetable O$*j
multitudes. Let the overheated nf the Town of TltiiBVllle, now on We In the ments in this way for the present- Alligator rears, Mangoes are In de .1ny one contemplathfg shedding their pineapples
(lark's oltlce.Urevard County, Florida' ,to satisfy or oranges or bun1
ones come to Florida, where said decree and ooets. man Write or wire for market prices. II. J. LAUX CO. a"1 pare of Florida, would do well to write for prien. The saw mills I
) I I WADE JONES d'q' at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. delivered to apart
W,
the breezes never fail to blow Master In Chaa < Ry. Lumber
I {i gentle Special "TT. r41? c 7 !Pt 01 the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fu.







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;: EST COAST ADVOCATE JULY 5, 1901. 5

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Fort Pierce.Mr. GEORGE MARX. JOHN :MARX. QOTOG. 0
E. H. ARMSTRONG .

1VI.A.R.: BRC>S. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte
.
Frank Bell paid Titusvllle a visit 0

Sunday. Wholesale Dealers In Street. North ?
pf Plaza ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Mr. Klopp's five residence 1 la nearing I Icompetlon.
FOR
GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE. 1'OUR-
: I .,.

Our farmers are still busy shipping; '
pineapples.Miss Furniture Mattresses Pillows
Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -
Clara Bell I is visiting MIA Cassia ,

Da.la. at Jensen., :' ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. ,
PICTURE MOULDINGS
Beach parties are all the go these fine FRAMES ,


*EYE SPECIALIST. moonlight night. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;; ::IBzeuclcots "WiI.W: Sla.stca.oS3 :
Mrs.
of Eden
street Jacksonville Fla. Miller was a pleasant guaranteed genuine. 'We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
Bay visitor In town
Tuesday.Mr. AND FANCY CABINET WARE.N. .
your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

Feaster Norwood of West Palm MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville Fla.
Beach, I Is visiting In town. Undertaking Department entirely separate.
Eden. !tr: We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. .

Mr. Fee of Melbourne, was a pleasant ,
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visitor In town, last week.

i are still pinelng( ) away, at the rite t
Eau
Gallie.
carloads Mr. J. T. Bevlll returned from a short ATLANTIC BEACH.
Itny a day.
' visit in Alabama, last week. -

i are glad to report !great activity In BOrne
We are having real hot weather
flea and mosquito market. with plenty of sandflles and mosquitoes.Dr. GOODS & OOODK.-Real Estate and Loans.Agent The steamer Spartan will carry the DAYS
' for .rtvtna London and Liverpool and excursionists to Melbourne on the 4th. FOR THE NEXT THIRTY $300 to $500.LOTSNEARPABLO$200to$250..

Ir. LoTourneau has been laid upa Daniel of Cocoa, returned here (Hobs, Providence' Washington, Sun and I'S'e.ifln j
attack of Capt. John Houston caught lOOlbn. of ,
;
( severe lumbago. Fir Insurance* Special attention paid
Monday. lIe to have. all the work
seems to the interests of non.residents.HOTKL trout with the hook and line on :Monday
,a. Blake and Mrs. J. H. LeTourneau he can do here.
last. of the Florida East Coast
l a shopping expedition to Jensen, The contract for the erection of the <: CARf.ETON-Op the year round. PeHltntful Property Railway.
.
Located Ernest his In readl-
onday. spot Ui spend winter or summer. Taylor has sloop
Episcopal church here, ban been awardedto bluff the Indian ..
on high
overlooking
incas for the
at Melbourne
yacht race on
; The most popular seaside report In tho South.
Henry Whlpple Is much better Messrs Roylance" Klopp. Hiver. Tern moderate. the 4th.

t; thin writing Is able to sit up part FlUNK KODERTSOH,Proprietor. Lots fronting the ocean and boulevard now.

cb day. Jas. G. Amhert of Della, 0., writes: mr-; Subsci iptions for the ADVOCATE, the The Treutler ADVOCATE pioperty Is advertising for sale some in this of offered for mil. Spt'clnllrlct'!" for next 30 days.

eral of our good people have been "I had an obstinate sore on my face which the pink paper of the East Coast will be week's Issue. .

i III with "hay fever" as we may as everything else failed to heal. After one received at the Melbourne Postoffice. Ooi3.xtlo.ra.ca.: : :IBvLc3sim.Qr3.: : :: : ,. .<&.grt.

'call our summer colds, even if we application of Banner Salve It began to Miss Jessie Ooodo, of Melbourne, was

I'no hay. heal, and after three applications It was J. A. Hoke returned home last :week calling upon friends In Kau Gallle during 23: Hogan street, JACKSONVILLE FLA
,
healed, leavjfig no scar. Wilson & Son. the_ _nust week___ _
from Ankona. u n --------------- -- ----- 0 --- ------- -
i are glad to report an Improvement

i condition of the father of our sta- lion. O. T. 111('Carty, of Ankona, was Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nesbltt leave very UNIFORM EXAMINATION. OTlelC.-.To<: all whom It mar concern i
gent, W. F. Wolfe who has been Viking.Mr. shorly! for their old home In Canada: N Thirty duva artftr tills date, I will,on lie-
/
In business
town on last Saturday.
.
be several weeks. halt of the Bt4 'e of Florida' execute a tsdeed
rigorously Ill.I3eatrice They expect to away JI'. des
to M. Btorinsn for the
following
lIon. Frank Fee president of the Melbourne Text Hooks to be Vsetl In the BeptemlxirKlitmlnatlon. .
We services lu the "rlhed land to-wlt N part of NJii of 8KJ, o.I
Richards, who was so- Gibbon has part of tbe lumber State Bank has just returned are having Baptist I is, Ti.| .3n, 8. K. (I1:. containing 117 acrra, a".IIII'.
injured by a lawn swing some his south. church regularly once a month. conducted I taxes II.\ IHtW, unless good cause lie shown
shipped for his new house. Mr. Strande from trip Indlanola EDUCATIONAL PKI'T STATIC OK" FLORIDA., I..lore II 1I"11'h I should. nut
[ago, is much better, and will soon by. the Itvv. Mr. Black, of , mo on n r July >,
has the contract to build the house.. Miss Jennie Miller arrived home. last Tallahassee, lie, June 17, 11)01.) issue .,tl 'ed. This June 7th luni,
her wheel
ing as blithely as ever. i ISITIC
;. (Ct. Heal) A A. WART,
Fla.The
Whenever you want 'a good newsy Saturday from Bnnaventure, much to 'steamer Canaveral again the The following are tho text books with St Clerk of Circuit (Court Krevard County, FJtt.
s Annie Mae Whlpple and herr and live newspaper, that Is replete with the delight; of family and friends. on publishers and prices which will bo made
Clarence Rave: a delightful party Banana river mall route, after a complete tho basis of the questlous for the regular
East Coast do not fail to subscribe
news, Mrs. Kstolla Williams and two children looks
Ir friends the 21st ult. overhauling. The vessel likea Hill For I>ivorco.
young on Uniform Examination, beginning September -
for the ADVOCATE the pink of
ich mention should have been made paper and !Mr. A. Williams have gone new boat. 3rd, lnOllOrthogral'hyRoott's -
Florida. North to spend the summer.
eek. 8. K. Watts And wife are expected Word Lessons, TilE CIRCUIT COURT IX AND FOR Harvard

L W. M. Woodward of Titusvllle Ours was a fine school, and your correspondent Wilkinson and Hervey Bower madea I home this week from their outing. 25 cents Maynard Merrill & Co., N. Y. IN County, Florida. ,
,
made many friends here during her does not think there Is an- visit with Postmaster Goode and familyas They visited the Pan-American Exposition Reading;-Any standard reader will do. Frederlnk J. Webb,In)Chancery.
other like It In the county state. The they went south, to Palm Bench, last' while away. Composition-Swlnton's New School v It I nil) for Dlvoron.
year ago, expects t:> go to Miami five legal pupils of the aid school went week. : Composition, 32: cents, American Book Annie IC. Weld )
Ide, we hear. We are glad because every day'for four months. Can any I Dr. Lansing, of West Palm Beach Co. New York Atlanta. It apimnBlnir by the bill of complainant exblblted -
rings her a little nearer to us. Hiss F. A. Jackson arrived, last Friday has returned to Eau Gallle and openelbill or allllllt"lln said. cause and the affidavit
beat that ? Arithmetic Standard, ((13 cts., of complaInant' thst the mleJnnilsn. Annie IC.
r had one whole week without a dropn from Hudsonburg Tenn., and will\ drug store again., This has been a American Book Co. Webb Is a non-r ..lilent of the State nf Florida,
| but before anyone had time to Messrs. O'Brien, Nelson and Edwardsand I spend the summer with her brother, Wm. long-felt want, and we welcome the Dr. English Grammar-Metcalt's, (10 cents and residue' . to-wlti lID Hosrhorough, In tbe United -
Master VlgRo Nelson went over to I Jackson and family.J. our list of merchants with pleas Kingdom of Great Ilrltalrr' :
outh It began to rain again, and the ocean beach last Sunday to bathe among Ameiloan Book Co., Now y..n.lh. said Annie K. Webb, be and appear -.
sold his West
> treated to several cloud bursta aJust and while In the water a large black n. Baker and family, also M. ure. Dr. Lansing has out United States History-Field's Gram- before the Judge of our Court on

enough to make gathering shark grabbed Mr. O'Brien In his side Mitchell, have returned to their pleasant Palm Beach business. mar /School $1 I, American Book Co. SATURDAY, AUGUST 241ffA. D. IDOl,

[>pies anything but a pleasure.. and badly I lacerated the flesh. At first homes here. We ate always glad; to see Florida History-Green's, $1 1.23, Williams to answer...hl bill nf complaint or a decree I pro.uonfnuen thi' .
will be entered agslnst and
Florida Monthly Bulletin, April he was not expected to live, but later our people come back to Melbourne, Remember that the EAST COAST WllklnsifeCo., Baltlmoio; or Fair- complainant will be allowed to proceed you ex-parto

LT, contaltis the remarkable news reports say Mr. O'Brien is now out of satisfied wltb.lt. ADVOCATE. does all kinds of job printingat bank's $1:11II. & W. B. Drew, Jacksonville with his said cause.It e
Is further ordered It at this notice 1* pnb-
short notice. /Send them an order l lila.GeograplyRedway's.
here are 150 acre -just think of it, danger, and is getting along nicely. On account of the Ice famine along. the Natural Advnuo- tlshedlu the KAHTDOAHT"" ADvOCATE,a new..
and be convinced that It the
and whole of lost is plane to ; putillsheil ,In said county,once a week for
jlnndred fifty acres- I East Coast last week, A. J. Oonde psier|
have Job prlntluu done.Rockledge.. ed, '1.2.1, A met lean Book Co. wmki.
eluht oonnemitive
plea In Brevard A most has found that rheumatism is line lot of tlstu lie then had Ice
county. I Science a an Civil Government-Townnund's Shorter Wltll.... the llonoruble Minor H. Jones, Judas
rvatlve estimate puts the acreage I caused by uric acid In the blood. This home built, and now hopes to be able to 7J! cents American Book Co.Piysiulugy.Steelo's of paul Court' and ihesnal nf said lourt? at the
en alone above the ItO acre mark. poison should excreted by the kidneys.Foley's keep a big supply of Ice on hand. Course Hygiene ft American Court' House..In Titusvllle, Florida, this loLl day
of Jnll.I liiOI.
onder if all the other Information 0
Kidney Cure always make them '. .
Book Co. (( Ct.".al.) A. A. arEWART,
jtrustworthy. If we were guessing well. Wilson & Son. Alj.te"m-Whlle's School ill I Amerl- gaaiilf Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Cm Id the in Brevard at WHAT TWO CENTS WILL DO.-It 0
hundred put acreage will\ biing rellefto sufferers from asthma II. J. Magruder, of Oak Hill spent a can Hook Co.Physical .-' -----

i acres. Grant.Quite or consumption even In the worst cases. couple of days with his people here! last Geography; -Houston's Now, ,in:A I, ESTATE KOUSALI:. 0

This Is about what one dose of Foley's week. $1.2.1: Eldrldite A Bro., Philadelphia. -

JGeo. Ewing:, a practicing physician Honey and Tar costs. Isn't It worth a Theory and PrHc'tlco of Tenoblnlt- As Executor of the Estate of William

Itu's Grove, Ky., for thirty years, trial? B. 1C. Wilson & Son. Charles: F. Singleton came up from Fitch's. Lecture on Teaching, $1, The Trvittlnr, deceased, I otter at private sale
n his experience with Foley's Kid- a few fishermen bave arrived Palm Boacb a fee d.tys ago,, on a visit to Macmlllnn Co., Now York. .
the following described Real Jr.>tnte, belonging -
pure: "For years I have been both- here, of late. his' parents. These books van he purchased from almost to said Kstato: '

Vlth kidney trouble and enlarged I.. H. Well made a trip to Melbourne, Georgiana.Quite Everyone wants to know why the 4th any took dealer In the State. It No 1, The known ns the Scnrit
kte gland. I used everything: known last Saturday. of July committee at l'alm Bunch advertised not at your book dealor'n send tho price grove
.
\ profession without relief, until I "special rates by the railroad" for named to publishers 1 and they will send orange !trove on south side of Kau Ualllo

pduced to use Foley's Kidney Cure. I Mr. Riley made a business trip to a number of persons are suffering the occasion. ? postpaid. oreok, In Section UI, Township :27. South,

i'using: three bottles I was entirely Titusvllle, the first part of the week. from an epidemic! of la grippe going 0 0 W. V. 8IIKATM. Halite: East, containing about II'| nores..
Mrs Muncie wIoIasbeeu, the guest of Instruction.WOMAN'S Tills Is a tine grove a number of bearing/
I
| prescribe it now dally In my Mrs. C. F. Latham paid her Melbourne through tbo country.Mr. State Siipt. Public .
Hce and heartily recommend Its use her sister, Mrs. W. O. Patterson, of Cocoa trees
and Malabar friends a visit on Sunday! -------<-
Ronald and Mr. Hall launched the tor several weeks, returned, Tues Section 21
All of
{physIcian for such troubles, for( I No. 2. Hfof NKJ. 0
neatly state I have prescribed It in and Monday of this week. former's new launch, Mondajr., Him day, lo her homo lu Brooklyn N. Y. IUOIIT1I.-W'omlln'l: first Township :27 Month Itnrvtfe J7 Kust, en'0

reds of cases with perfect success." Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith and little moved off, on her trial trip to tile perfect T O. Ronald of Lotus made his first Inallunable right I I. freedom from, head tired with water, lying In said Kau Uallln
satisfaction of ber owner and ache, nervousness and constipation, that
{Wilson A Son. daughter, Miss Laura were pleasant builder. trip In his new launch, Utllls, the first so often make\ her life miserable. The River and Eau (lallle )Bay, oontarulofC

callers\ our town Sunday. of the week, having Just completed\ and chief cause of these troubles. Is. stomach about llo/ acres, more or loss. )

It Girdles the Globe. The mosquitoes have been quite friendly Mrs. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. A. L. littud her She Is quite a neitt little craft. disorders. Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspepllolde No. 3. Commencing at a post 102: feet!

with us for the last few week II,but we Brnner and daughter Minn Beth, Mr. Miss Kate and Miss Leonlce Is the new and perfect cure for these Ills. !South of Northeast corner post of WVVj
i fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve as and Mis. H. K. Hughes and niece Miss Ever Lap- Mouth
are glad to say they seem to be taking B. R. Wilson & Son. Section :11, Township 27 lUnne-
|st In the world extends round the their departure now. Winnie Dixon spent a pleasant day at ham left, lust Saturday for a summer'souting. 117 East. From thence run We.. U70 fret,

\ It's the one perfect healer of the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Kyer for the mountains of thence South iJ7: rent, thence East tilt

Corns, burns bruises sores, scalds, Miss Laura Jorgensen left, last Wednesday Baldwin, last Thursday\ and aluo. saw North Caroline, and Miss Lapham for RICO, A HARD WATER SOAP, manu- foot, theiico Houtli, /A r\t. thenco East hut

ulcers, felons aches, pains and all for a few days visit to the pine- their tine pineapple Hold said to be the the Exposition at Buffalo. factored by the Floilda Soup Works, foot, thnncH north 1IJ feet to beginning

Brnptions. Only Infallible pile cure. apple region; and will also take In tbe best in thisvectlon of country. Announcements have been received of Jacksonville, will be fuund,uu sale by known as time Wilson cottage lot.
a L box at B. K. WiUon & S Q's. Fourth at West 1'alm Beach, ere return- Carroll & Goldsmith Titusvllle; E. L.
( the manlage of Miss Genevieve Barnes No. 4. ThaI, of tiVf Section'
home. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. F. Brady A: Co., J. K. (Grltman and WP-' portion J4',
Ing W. lunllIJ gave them a genuine surprise to Mr. William Henry Scboonmaker, on son &; Klyp, Miami ; Morrison A Smith\ :21, Township "7 Month. U"Dltel7: East

While City. Little Master George Walker who has party, on Monday July 1st, It being the Thursday June :U7lli, at North Haven Daytona; and W. G. DePass, Ormond. iioinninnclnff at a point 370 feet West from
been spending some time bare visiting fifteenth anniversary of their wedlIn Conn Both the bride and groom are Northeast oorner post on 4j Section lino

his grandparents, Capt and Mrs. Walker, At the time arranged for the people suddenly well known here and their happiness Is of aforesaidg, thence run South WJt
hs home In Titusvllle last wished for by all. Mr.! and Mrs. Schoon- UAs an advertising medium no thenoe East 100 feet thence South
returned to : swarmed In on all sides of the foot ,
weather of the
sent Is the older the East Coast beat the
much pleased with his maker will spend their honeymoon In paper on can 4:11I Sunday very stay house each family carrying a well filled : U : ,
nd everybody as busy as bees. AOVOOATB.: Give us bere. basket of good things to eat. Forty peo- Europe. and. be convinced of the pink paper'* thence North 028: feet, thence East to
I Glorious Fourth was celebrated starting point containing ill) acres, moro 0
Cleveland. who for the last two pIe sat down to the tables which were worth. ,
y a dance, and an Ice cream party, months F. T. has been In charge; of Mr. literally groaning under their load of It Dazzlea the World.No or less. Tbls tract has a fine young
of 60() <( luxuries that the cooks of Georgiana grove or
srs. Padgett and Peters, from Jen- Scobie's horse .Tllman" at this place, discovery In medicine has ever Notice.
fere here,last Sunday, looking after left, last week for his home In Titusvllle.We noted for fixing up for just such occasions. created one-quarter of tbe excitement No. 5. Begin at Southeast oorner of

property, noticed he made an excellent driver Rev. Blrdofleld, of Melbourne, that has been caused by Dr. King's New lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison -
I and Mr. and Mrs. Coggin from Rock.
for sensible horse. ; rpiiB rnoi-EiiTV or TUB! rf.IUID.FIR" thenoe run Month across Elbow
\ Saw mill Is1 expected to start up a ledge were also In attendance, the latter Discovery for Consumption. It'i sever .I. A l<... Co .sltusUMl 'mi Indian Hirer, Kla., creek to North of land belonging
i blast soon. It will be given a trial Geo. W. Scobie, jr., F. B. Scobie and bringing; a large basket of delicious est tests have been on hopeless victims of will he... ,I Ui Be bin hem bidder fur cull boundary IllvnU
to Wm. Treutler thence East
tier part of this week; Robt. Burns stopped over here a short peaches which was a grand treat especially consumption pneumonia, hemorrhage at the following TltmtUU piaia.,July Mthan'Smut ilatos utb i IWll..rant Section line which, Is the North bound/( _ _

while, Monday of last week, on their to the little folks. Mr. Munson pleurisy and bronchitis, thousands of ,. July' Itth. luol. bankof
A. Nllsen Is build of Wm.'freutler'IIAn,1 to North
going to a new home from their cruise to Key West and wife gracefully received the congratulations whom It has restored to perfect health. Port rieroe; July IHth, IDOI. ary
house In the near future Henry way The TrnstMS the to Elbow eYuek, thence West along bank _ _
ag For coughs colds, asthma, hay renerv right reject an*
havinga croup,
and other places. They report of their friends and they sad all bids sell sale, oald creek of
of Fort Pierce having the con- hoarseness and whooping cough It ,or at private 4tj11114Notice. : of to point beginning, being
time. fever _ _
enjoyable also received handsome
very many very presents
In Section 21 South
Township 27 : Range
In the world.It .
I Is the quickest snrefct cure
Christensen has returned from G.o. W. Scoble, jr., and A. Cleveland too numerous to mention. I Is sold by I U., R. Wilson A Son, whoguarantee 87 East. Tbls land I Is covered with the
arrived ere on Friday of watch of the creek
Titusvllle
of
satisfaction refund
tenor of the State with a pair of or money. -
last week. Mr. Cleveland returned the Jobn Coleton 0., : "FVley's No. 6. Part of sub-division of Lot 31
nles. Fred I Is proud now, and can I TIPrI': says Large bottles 6OoU and $1. Trial bottles MOTION IT M URDKRKD THAT UNDER ,
ir the road now, In great shape as next day, taking back some fish boats. Honey cured my little girl of a free. OV autuurltjr. grsniail by Chapter 4rU: Laws of Houston's addition to Eau Uallle, cornerof
i In the fielcf. Mr. Scoble, In connection with Capt. severe cough; and inflamed tonsils. B. Florida tie County of llrevatd shall and Houston street and street through the 0
Walker, has charge of his father's fish R. Wilson 4 Hon.South :doe* hereby linpone an occupation tax on It'll !Roescb addition, fronting 105 feet on
GET RID OF ANTS. dnalsrs follows
His Clara So- We are glad to see him TO ae t
rty was given by business here. No person ./ engare. In or manage the business Houston street.
!at her home laat Sunday, and many back and hope he will remain with us. of a flub dealer In Ilrev [citizens were present, your cor- Rockledge. Mrs. Caroline writing to the Florida e'MnlI".nM shall have been prooured from
links West from
lb. fax Collector wbl"bI.n..* shall be Issue' Northeast corner of
ent being one of the fortunate Blown to Atom Agrloolturlsc, sayi: to...,b person on receipt of the amount hereinafter Section 20, on Section line between Sec
; this pleasant affair. I have heard and read so many complaints provided,together with tbs Judge'sfee tions 1'7 and 20 WestOchalns 13 llnksthenc .
The old Idea that the body sometime A ranch needed rain fell Monday night. about tbe ravages of ant and of twenty-live eente for aaoh r.n"alt ,.. and ran 0
ate visitors we have had a Mr. . be alKae" by lbe Tax Villeotor: and County Mouth 10 chains 04 link, thence
b, from Fensaoola, who owns a needs a powerful drastic, purgative pill' This has been the hottest June we ever their annoyance that I have concluded logive Jadge.awl sba1111a'> the County Judge's seal Month, ((10 degrees 80 seconds, East :3 chains.
pill has been exploded; for Dr. Kln a little of my own experience with upon It.Fish .
knew.f. to Eau hills thence follow the
In River
{grove here. He came up com deeJers who deslr l the
New Life Pills which are perfectly harmless this numerous and pestiferous Insect. I to n* product of
with 'f. N. Hosier, from Jensen, live or lens nets shall' tax of Ten Uullan I shore of Eau Osllle River In an Easterly
gently stimulate liver. and bowelsto \ C. Salmon baa been fighting an attack wan much troubled with little ants, pay: !|
very of than flve and than 0
I alao a fortunate holder more more ten neu. direction to a point due Sooth from place-
property expel poisonous matter, cleanse the of malaria for the past three weeks. big ant and middle-sized ants so thatJt FIfteen Uullara I of more then ten and not more of beginning thence north to of
(favored point
settlement. ,
and absolutely cure constipation was Impossible to keep food of any kind than fifteen net, Twenty Dollars j of more than
system E. M. Breesa Is hoeing. fertilizing and beginning I 0
and ; containing more or-
nruwn not more than twenty nets Twenty- acres
and sick headache. Only 25ct at B. It. otherwise the Dutton without having tbe legs of the safe in.et. Fire nf than anti
Improving Urillanj more twenty not more less. and known aa the Kltcbcll place.
W. Carter, of Ashboro, N. C., Wilsons Son's drug store. gro.e.1 ed In jars of water, and even this precaution than twenty-Are nets, Thirty Dollars]I or mom
ney trouble and one bottle of Fo- We are pleased to know that MM! would not keep them out, a* tbe than ,.....t'.e'. and not more than fifty nete, No. 8. NE>( of Section 28, Township

jjdoey Cure effected a perfect cure.lays Excursion Rates to 13 uffalo.On SAllie Magruder, who has been quite sick ants very soon found some way of crossIng Flftv Dollars.Jollar.i>> ) of more than fifty Dele, One Hundred :27 South, Range 37 East, containing 10)

there I Is no remedy that will the past week, Is much better. the water and getting Into tbe rs'fe. All persons .nll'l'.... In bn;Ing and shipping acre, less railroad rightofway.No. .

i with it. Wilson Son. account of the Pan-American Exposition The tree are looking the best Last summer, to 'have a little change a* Hah.or In shIpping bah upon onuimlielon, or I" 0. NWJ(of Section 23, Township
orange well to economize we had our carpets shipping: fish einghs 'by euiploieee,shejl be eon 27 South, Range 87 East, containing 1 H>
the Seaboard Air Line Railway In tbls vicinity, that I ever saw them, a. sldered Itch dealers I
[Strikes a itich Find. I Is selling tickets from stations on lu but the orange crop In not going to be taken up and our II'Jor.arnl.hed. Every It Is further ordered that any peneon. firm or acres, less railroad right-of-way.
Buffalo at low excursion two or three weeks since then we have oornoratlmi engaged the biulneee of sianghterfng No.,10. 4'J: 00-100 acres lese railroad
with line to very quite large as Intlcipated .
cattle ,
s> troubled for several year bogs sheep or other animal shall
offer the choice gone over tbe whole floor, or varnished rltrhl-of-war.\ being of Lot I and of
debit rate This bomosny pay tbe <<:>mnty an ooenpatlon lax of Fifteen part
Indirection and
:: nervous of routes with the fastest aed most Uncle Alien Hardoe. who has. charge surface, with rag that I I. saturated with Julian[ per annum for each slans-hurr pen or' NKkfof NVVif, Section, Township :37rtontb
1tes F. J. Green, of Lancaster, two schedules ever enjoyed to of Mr.,Wlnn's grove. Is putting It la excellent coal oil. In other words we wipe up the vmfle a$ whleb said hu.I..... i Is conducted i but ) lUngv 87 East, known a* J. L.
I convenient ...
"No remedy helped me until condition and cleaning out tbe ll1a.e been doIng nothing herein shall be held Inipme a tax op-
floor Mince
which did Buffalo, either via all rail route through lo ibis way. on slaughtering animate for thvlr own use Stewart place.No. .
Electric
sing Bitters tie has also raised floe
through front. some this tbe ants have gradually disappeared Tbe'taxoe aI'nve Imposed shall Into effectOouilnr
.
Richmond and Washington, or go J 1. Lots 17 and 19 block Town 0
I : ,
e i good than all the medicines I .
Norfolk thence a delightful specimen eantelopes and watermelons. until we are not troubled with let, luni. and remain la force. until re.m
and of Eats <
d. They have also kept my wife Portsmouth ; lie Is the right man for the place, and we Now whether U Is the varnishingor ..*..1 by the Hoard. Qallle.
sea trip to the east, where connections any. ; This order shall he pohll.hed with as little! it..-
ent health for / No. 12. Lot I block Town of Eau
year.She saay think Wlnn will be ranch ,
Mr. pleased the that bas drivenout
made with the great Trunk coal I oil treatment lay ae may be In two,, papers published In It..
) BItters are Just splendid for fe- are Rainbow These. with bis place when fie comes next falL. the ant, I am unable to say but believe I vsnl County. once each week for Osllla. Quit claim deed for this only- 0
City.
ubles; that they are a grand tonic Line direct to the the moat convenient It I Ie tbe application of coal oil on (Ct. C(. f four censecutlre weese.Heal. held under Tax 'nt)..
.
positively I FawHid In smelon nt the *
are
rigorator I for weak, rnn down route and attractive to Buffalo and It will Any advertised dealer authorized to the woodwork that make the house obnoxious _. ...in' Board tbls bid open da) of.tul'tl'lOl. for prices and terms address,

No other medicine can take its and benefit you to call on the i guarantee Banner Salve for tetter,eczema to the ant. It I Is certainly J" Hf K. : JOHN HENRY,
Interest
Satisfaction our family. Try them. B.Only R. Seaboard Air Line Railway agent before I piles), sprains, scalds burns ulcers and worth trial where you are troubled as Chairman t Board<< County Coniniiaalonera.Attest Executor Estate of Wm. Treutler, d o'd.

Son. guaranteed by completing arrangement loTion? trip. any open or old sore. WlUon A Son. I have been. A.. A. MTKWAJIT, Clerk. Titusvllle, Florida


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l ter In the form of bedding completelyto I 4ii VESTIBULEn Pan-American
r EXPosi
i l s absorb not only nil of the urine c

Nt from the stable but to give body] 4 I I LMITED!

s 111 mE No enough to the mnmire In the yard to I BUFFALO N. Y.

hold] the ruin and prevent leaching.The INS

a N crop value of the bedding In IncreasIng TRA May 1 st to

the humus of the soil and In Increasing Novemberi I.
be DAilY SERVICE'
can DOUBLE
the area over which the manure ;

,,, t e grownwithout can be economically applied In
the held Is not sulllclontly appreciated The Seaboard Air Line
stQ MmOffer
114' S-? especially' by eastern farmers 'where
d + {j '' ..;. Potash. there Is so much tendency to-Hepend

I 1 1l l upon commercial fertilizers. If bedding p Offer low Excursion Rates from all J Florida points Tickets! on "Ii.i lalrRates ] ,

C'p Supply; Is difficult to get but marshes are and $42.05{) TITUSVILLE .' .
2.30
+ from JACKSONVILLE $" ; of;r II", ':
band the of an abundant allow. Cti H2i Onr.
at use
: enough Potash ( u11' q Q ponding low rates from other points.
slice of peat as bedding/: or worked In

y+ and your with the manure or both will be found Double dally} service, Including Sunday via RICHMOND and W \ -i Ii I I\G'ro\<

t 144 profits will be helpful both to the manure In preventIng V! For further Information write... .

the loss of nitrogen and Increasingthe .
-
:
at Pass. ARt Jackson
.1 Gen.
I cG ; large; without volume of It which can be appliedto A. O. MAcDONELL, Aunt. Flo*!.

the field.! Them? are the opinions ofF I

1 Potash your II. King as given In Rural New . Dixie Flyer Route .

crop will be Yorker.

"scrubby." News and No." ..... Double dally trains with TULLMAVS: FINEST VESTIBULED nil I I I''A(
-Through without change-
1 t Our book, telling about competition ol fnrllllnir The farm average for the whole United -
I Iat adapted far all crops, are fret CO ull (...nu... States Is 1 less than 13 bushels of JACKSOXVILtE; FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE AND ST, I I'i >q( l p!

,I ii+ GERMAN KAM WORKS, -Close connections made In Union Depots for-
03 Niuuuu St., Now York.Accented wheat to the acre. Louisville Cincinnati Memphis and all points West and \Ilrthwetl
The lisiest frill In farming Is the rising Chicago
Free andS of woodchucks which Is to be at .e Tri-Weekly Sailings . Be sure that your ticket reads via <-
I WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD and NASHVILLE, CIL'I'TXOOC
Masons. tempted In Maine by farmers who have A ST. LOUIS RAII WAY.
found skunks and Belgl.m hares not BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
For Information relative to rates schedules etc., write tt.T. ". ,
all that they bad fondly Imagined themto M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville, Fla.

: i Indian No. 00 be 10- the way of money winners. at Charleston, S. C., both ways) C. E. HARMAN\ Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Trellis,, Mault,

The woodchuck fur has some value, FineCalling Atlanta Ga. Nashville, Tenn.
The in the Coastwise Service ,
River Titusvllle the meat Is said to be better than rabbit p --
the nulmnla are hardy require no -

Lodge/: Florida. rare and thrive In confinement. It 'la The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
IIolilM, IM meeting the looln.1 and fourth Friday . said that :00 RI'I'torll to be devotedto Direct bervlce Between PLANT-SYSTEM.
of each. month, mi the law Armory TltunTlllo .- s
at 7::0'o'uluvk p. m. a trial cf woodchuck farming.
Ian W.Hnoble' Worshipful Master It l Is matter of common knowledgethat /: Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points :
J. It. WalkerHenlor W..dun.'J' .
8.Brhuyler,Junior Warden. varieties of apples; as of, other (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
M. llxon Tr-aurer.. fruits differ greatly In their keeping The GreatThrough Car Line from Florida.-Connections-:
t M 'A. Morgan' Secretary SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS I
9. A. Hughes, Chaplain. qualities :Not; all varieties! are adaptedto Runthbound...............,........ ,. ... ... ,., .. from Lewis Wharf, Boston via all rail. Tile Atlantic' Coast Line, via Charleston Rich
J.W.L.M.Carruthem Woodward' Hetilor Junior I Deaoon.Denoon.J. the same conditions. In general n Northbound.,,..,.,r,. .... , from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville To the East and Washington. The Southern Railway via Savannah. Coluoi

R. Snrevnn Senior' 8tew.....'. Juicy fruit or one that matures earlyin and Washington.
0,14 Walton Junior Steward. the.season does, not keep as well as St. Johns River Line.
R. K.: All ins.Jr.,Tyler. Clyde To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanooga Thel
a drier, firmer! fruit or ,one that matures
.
(Denary Line.) N, via Montgomery. The Southern R'y via /Savannah, Colunt

" ,- later. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. and Ashevllle. The M & 0 R'y via Montgomery.;
/ THE Kansas Kaffir corn Is said tohave
MANUREDSUPPLY.. grown Storming Falatka. ,Ator St. rranolo. Herenford (DeLand), Blue Springs and intermediate land- To the East via' Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New Ton
produced good Kentucky whisky fags on the St.Joh '.Rl Ivor. I Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants t JIll
_.me> Oplalona Aboat How It $bovld and a fine quality of high wine has STEAMER "II. 0. DAY.. Transportation Company for Baltimore. :

n I Handled In Winter. been obtained from It, by Illinois makers. CAfT. W.A. SHAW. To Key West and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Ste rail:|
The handling of wnn\1J'e'ln the winter It -Inlined that Knttlr corn I IM Leave foot Catherine street Jaoknonrllle 5::1 i'0 p. m., Tuesdays. and Rnturdays. To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Cmti
1 :and, Indeed at nil times of tho year superior to any of the products now In Leave Aurora 11:00: a. m KnterprUe BdOa.m., Monti*} .and TuninlayB. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Ilawkesbury and Charlottetton

s la' BO complex/ n matter Hint conditions use for making these commodities.The Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.

t flint are' bestfor one farmer may be SSVMM: R TO XSTS TIOK ETS

th@ least satisfactory for another. Indeed Same Old Story. A.O. HAGKKTY Kanfn I......Agt.. r.M. IRON MONO tit!: ,.*., Fla. P...... Agt. will be on sale at all points on the PLANT SYSTEM to the principal Mounut
( 1 J. A. Kelly relates an experience similar Ill State St., New York r I 2114< Went BUT 8r..Jacksonville. Kla. Lake and Seaside Resorts throughout the country until..September :110, Incliuin,
the losses which necessarily occur THOS. D. HALEY Local Freight Agent I r P. LOVKI.L.: A..t.1'110.. 8ui.t..
to that which has happened In almost fiMit Hogan. Bt ,Jacksonville. FI.... I 10. foot Hognn ft.. .lacknonvllle. ,Fla. limIted to return until October :31. i
In the storing( In the handling ana every; neighborhood In the United' States JOHN. 1. HOWARD. Superintendent, Foot Hogan ,Jaukaonvlllf.. Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO, N. Y.,. account Pan-American Kxpodlh
i'' la the application: of manure to the and has been told and re-told by thousands TIIEO. G. KOKH. General Manager. WM. V CLYItM (H.. General Agents.Chembmugh enabling to visit Niagara Falls.
Building, 10 State Bt., Now York. passengers
Opposite Battery Park
land Are due to no many canned and the of 01 here. lIe says : "Last summer Addresses of parties the North Bent to the undersigned will be liberally njj
f>xpenspstulch. mum neeesnnrlly) be I[ had an attack of dysentery and purchased C. II. WALTON., Agent, Tltiisvlllo Fla. plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

r Incurred to prevent them nre often no a and bottle Dlarrhcoe of,Chamberlain's Colic Cholera _. -- will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern Western and Southern Sutaal

t I + :.targe that every farmer must use good according to directions Remedy and which with' I used all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System daring the season of 101O-lOll,la
entirely Ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover prlvlledges In Florida.
judgment In determining for himself satisfactory results. The trouble was Florida East Coast Ry. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally;
the line of practice which on the whole controlled much quicker than former attacks plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
-,,111lIve/ him the largest retutus from when I used other remedies." Mr.

:hls manure and the least cost. Where Kelly Is a well known citizen of Mender- F. M Jolly, Division Passenger Agent
OL considerable number of animals arecared son, N. O. For sale by all druggists and Time Table No. 33. In Effect Hay 2O, 1O01. 138 West Bay St.', Astor Block, Jacksonville,,

for by permanent help nod the medicine dealerB.c. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. B. W. Wrenn, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

w of climatic the manure conditions directly favor to It the the Held moving us ..... Cora. ,...i Daily boo.1I1I Daily No.1ID STATIONS Dally No.18; Daily No.82; t:=' Co4 M W. B. DEN HAM, General Superintendent, Savannah Ga.Southern' .

} I Itt Is taken from the stable involves the Split the kernels lengthwise with a .bat Q) $ in Od q 1:3 "o."".. c a

least so far as labor U concerned knife then scrape with the back of the 0 'i1i6P 94U..Lv..J8. <"k.onvlll."Ar ? oupi I .ID tD ..
1 expense, III0pI0\Ua.u.; ...,... 8t.AulfU.tln..Lv Stop 900a a cr'cd yr3 :
In placing the manure where It knife thus leaving the hulls upon the ; 520p10MitLv..St.Augvetine.Ar: l141\p 8/i11a/ ...
Iilillpl1jj7a ....... .. .... If G W.es; n
cob. Fill cans full of cut .1 .. BaHtin" .......Lv I1l4p 8261
Is to be used. The losses however corn pressIng 14 pot +a &lOp tI 4J1ft .........East P.IAtkA.......... .. 4liSp BIOS .ID }. N 0
which are associated with this method !: It In very bard. To press the corn 1 to dl &4HpUIOp" ........... Ns>,. ............. a 4111p 1b8. l7W. Q a
In the canuse the small end of o CD q .... 1u'I> U 8'11 II ............Bunn..n... ........... 402p 110. ft)
of handling may under some conditions! tlio .bat p.. 71sp1auio: .............DItJXmt............ Slap 7181 y P t bj:: CtI2
i Iti be too large to regnrd us an economic potato masher as this will enter the : IllS..p.. q 11111p Io6p ,...........Ol'moud............ 8201' 1144. 0 eo 9 y:
r can easily. It will take 10 or 12 large w 0 702p lllp' ....... .Da"'n. ........... 8111p 682a : ID
., a practice while under other conditions p1 Ei ... E-t 80.'p I r.p ..P..rt Orange. ......... .. 80'lp 621am If' Q to
It may be as little as It la likely to bounder ears ,of corn to fill a one quart can. q 8lo'1l' l4tp ;........NewSmyrn. ..... 11.c11p SOUS p .tr'-
When the cans are full screw' the d 0 l+ ...... .altp" ........... Oak Hill............ II trap ...... C .
Y any practical available method.If .a 0) .. 114/11' .........,'l.ltltHvill.... ....... 14p: .. ir.fe e OJ;
the land* are level and the winter cover .on with thumb and first flnger! cot ...." 1IJp": ...... .Co o.... . ..,...... IOIlp. ...".. ID.- ; "
be ...... Up" ......Rorkledve .T"nctlon..... .. P
This will tight enough. Then placea ) nap\ ,.. ,
:
and spring rains are not excessive, '-' +" ...... boon, "..... "/CImH..I1I... ., ... 198iro' .. .b a mq M4' Railway
there Is likely to be little loss by leaching cloth In the bottom of a wash boilerto ,I'CI -;; ...... .04p II ........ M..lh"ltrn.... .. 1'Ulp! "...". d n j
tU UJ: .. .. II .... .... . .. .. II lI'aq
prevent breakage. On this put a ] 'M .000il. .. .t"+.beNth.n. ... It .'Ja 0....
L and witching .. ... : .. . I.It h.. ........ . .. ; ....
f The fermentation during the winter layer of cans In any position you prefer tI2: 1 W t' . 64h' II ...........Fort Ph'l'c.\., .... ';. I1 it s.. ... -"fA iME4 vito
; over the cans put a layer of cloth 0 w: ..,.. n cap .. ......... "...Tlbht.h... ....... II lO tk'a/ .....". 7 w r'
la likely to be small, so that conditions E-t .... ". II;Oil" '.......,.... .Ed..n. ...........'e 11111:10.: ... If pa14p C
q seem favorable for the following of then wore cans. 1 Fill the boiler In this .:..... .!ill ... ." '..., .. ..........Jenxnn............ 10 roa ...'..", ftI! (' ftI 0
manner, then cover the cans well with $4 '. .. s:alp ......... t\ll'I'O. ......... I. ...... oo! .. If""... DIRECT
1 I' this practice where conveniences' 'and o Q) m . .. &O.II. ......... HOMHuund., .......... O4et ... r,. LI( B-QUICK TIMe TO
oil conditions permit of It. Where the, cold water place the boiler on the fire o a e . 104p ."... ,, ...t Jupite........... .. 9.aa. : .... to o ID y
and boll*tbree hours without ceasing.On . 11111p ...West Palm u..b.. ..... . II OUR ..... E;:: "rE4 .C Washington, Baliimore, Philadelphia,
u manure cannot bo moved to the holdit ... 8UOp ........... Clynton.... .. ....... .. 8IJia .... v4 0tI2 new York
directly so as toe used In the early steady boiling depends much of : . ." 1I"p ..... DeII'A" ............. II 1Ila:! ...... "i f3 Od ehlaflo Cincinnati.
i your success. After boiling three hours en ... .. 8 alp '' ......Fort LaIl..I.' ....... 7 Ota\ ,... GW Conisniie, Jftunta BlrmingDani,
spring It In doubtful whether there Is a .5 .5 ,..... ...Lsmnd6ty.' .......... .. R6eai" . ., W W ( ,
''Y4. better method; of storing It In the yard lift the boiler from the lire let the Water 046pAr.. .. .. .MII"ni.. ........."Lv 8/ai.) .. .. .::.. .. fA tS: Chattanooga, i mtmpDis, St. Coals Kansas Li?. I
cool then take the cans from the
than that used In Europe: to a considerable boiler and tighten let them remain IlulT-l Parlor (jars ."i Tram* 113 tDully -,<| 78.N.21 A.IND"AL.L. POINTS eAST AND WEST. i
extent, known as the manure mid-
,i until cold and tighten again. Wrap No.4.1),NaHI I : WST; ,."oTS S'o.tit I tf,,..18DnllT .n.22 0.' 0.' I iI
den which consists of a low stono wall Hon Sun Dull Dally MAYPOBT
BRANCH.
1 i+ 1' three to four or live feet high suitably eacb'can In brown paper to excludethe only___; wily /an Hu ev Daily Dally; only Hun. 41 I onl Bun]y NO OTHKR L.IINB ARHORDS SERVICE LIKE THIS i

light and keep In a cool dry cel- 1J t\p 4.up, 'liaUp' 1020a i L reference the stables
located with to SOT> & hoop
:
lar. Be the rubber rings 10liap "OIIp TOMp 111s 10 M64&p & ......,J.ok80nvllI..Lv i422.8t2: THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESSAND
sure S2p1102a: 81\2p\
d 1 : and provided with open driveways very 11211p 14"p 14.",> 1140pll00a n... ... .Pablo&oanh. ..,.... fllOaSUM' II2IJiI. 550p lOSUn[ 820p81Rp:
wulU Into which are not hardened by use. It would be Ilan T45p \ ........AtlanttaBeach....,. .. 811. THE
1 through the opposite 54.'pSOuSn>> U. S. FAST MAILTo
best to use new rings, as poor rings I'I "'''' Ar ". ...Mitrnort ...". Tv thg', gnM ,..o.. IQlOa. SOUP
1 ; i tho manure Is thrown directly from the I .,, ...... . the
am the cause of much fruit spoiling. u" .0. .. .... No.4. Nfo.40.N! o.tiANo.ot ECaat and North.
PALATKA DR.NCR ( | << |
stables and kept closely packedby a>< Dally! batty !!.a ally bailrJDoily
The In the will shrink Daily Dally Diillr.Diilly; Dully Dally
j; lowing the animals to walk over It cr corn cans by dl.i.p. nairn4UBpll'AUa Site Tams : ; L..Ea.to P"ll\th..Ar N 0.4s' U Bltelllt 121NpI illn -=-"-'-7OUp) THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo
hogs to work It. cooking but do not. on any account (V"I I / \ :yto1\ ..)n "I' .Pnln'kn, ,IT J4 a111N 1 ''I \n_64Sp_ p 84up
the ..
open them.-Good Housekeeping. Nn.a. VnM1 W t and North-W.*t.
The fundamental principle In' the 'MI068
[ "BAN' MATEO BRANCH, So. i

'S f S storing of manure In this way Is to ex. There Is no longer an excuse for Lv. 'T" ...,............. ,Kiwi Palatka.. ...'................... Ar DtllT D1'16plml The line through "The Land of the Sky. Ashevllle Hot
clude the air from It as tartly 811 possible one to endure the torture Inflicted any by l Ar" "" San Miitro .. .. ,.. ...... .. Lv I TE"5 Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the

I 4' and especially to prevent the surface piles when Tabler's. Pile Ointment lo. a I Ni.- ORANGE CITY I"o.N ::4- No.ll No World. Through Jacksonville t.
Buckeye 1.1 Sleeping: Cara from :
from becoming so dry as to penult Dally Dally\ BBA OB. 1 Dally Dally Dally I SANFORD BRANCH. Dally
V will cure them a remedy sn moder- ....BuTio ...Su ex.Hu ..*.8u BxSuf: Asheville and Hot Springs North Carolina.

1 ,I' ,the air to enter rapidly and deeply and ate In price and noelTeollve. Price fiOors. ? i lifloi T..NAW syntrna..AI'OOp' OOaCr7IUa '..........Tirrmvllla.. ....... ExHn lei ,
.Ar
a so hasten the fermentation. In souit*' bottles. Tubes 73 cents WlUori fc !boo.Application 864p 11 Its! II ...Lake Hal0n..lj.... 12 45p stop! ......... Min* .............Lv IIZp> Chclcc of Routes to Pan.Jlmtrican I n.! V.
climates such a midden should have a 4011p 11.OraD..C1tl... /UDAp 484p 8JHa ......... .. .OMt..n............. .. 1167a11U.V. expoiltlon Batralo
-- -- --- 4 lop 111 4 a OrupiCUyJo. uaup: 1 4 ftp/) 8/1Oa"/ ....... .. .Enrnrprlne.......... .. .
r ; ; roof. In others It Is probably better to .< Read Mnlrrlnl. l .SaAr ... ....... banford.. ... .. .... tIJOaTh Thro gh Vnt.buled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Can, Throujfc
avoid the roof. There should be moisture The evils from Improper construction Coaches, fcxcellent
Dining Car Service.
_TIme Tables show the time
at which
train bft
may ""'Oft ted to arrive
enough kept upon the manure of stone roads are even greater than from the several tarlon. but their;arrival or deoartnra at the time aUtml and depart
t't' heap to prevent the surface front becoming those resulting: from the use of Improper teed nor .tees the Company hold. Itself reHpon lbl* for any delay; or any ouneequenos not iraaran artsIn Through Trains via the S-outhern! Railway are Operated in Connection will

dry and where the rainfalls material.. Macadam never Intended the..from. the Plant System from Jacksonville,

y tl 1 are not sufficient to produce benching It that a heterogeneous conglomeration PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL .'
For .
Rftfci
will be better as ia rple to avoid the of stones and mud should be SelxidulM and atlonoaUonoraddres..

,), root so as to take advantage of the called a macadam road. 'The mistake STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. W. T. COSBY Tranl/nC Pa..i.og.r Agent, log Wi Bay; 8t JACKSONVILLE,"

J falnfall to keep the manure In the Is often made of depositing broken BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA. 8 HAEDWKK: Urnrral Pau..ng r Ag.., Wn.TAYLOE, A.... G...I'.'.-A"'"

i proper degree! saturation. stone on an old road without first preparing WAnR I NGTON, D. C. ATLANTA GA.April .
Lean M'.mllllou/ay.' and Friday .. .11 00 pm Lear Banns. Wed
and ..
Where the manure can have a depth a suitable foundation. The result Arrive Key West Turn and Balurclara a Uu pm Arrive Key Went Wet and aatnrdaya.; 11 00, am :35th Igoe.MALLORY.
4' of two or more feet It will require frequent In most cases Is that the dirt and (rave Rev W....,Tn...... and "'A'Urelay.. lIiJU pm Imam Key WMt Tblll& and Hun 8at!':':'. 1110 1011 pm pm
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and heavy rainfalls to oversatu- mud' prevent the stone from packing Arrive Havana. Wed and Monday 600 am Arrive JIII..ml.y.. ; and MoudWys"; I mare .
For of local time card address.
rate the manure, as. the capacity fur and by the action of traffic( ooze to the copy any Agent.
Is and the J.:D. ICAHN};R. A.'t.JPaii. Pa..... AK nt. ST AUOUSTINE.
holding water large
Ft.
very A.
surface!, while the stones sink deeper .n _ _
i
rote of evaporation from the surface\ and deeper leaving the road as bad a. STEAMSHIP LINE-
I considerable. The function of the wallIs before.

to avoid the tendency the trampIng THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE Florida. New
of the animal to break the manure York
'' ..,.. .........' and Bos
It the\ Philadelphia
'y t pile down and spread over surface
anal;
Patented In the United States Great Britain Canada,
of the yard. If stock Is kept away 1 From Rrnnawlek(direct),to New York.PAS8ENOKR .

5; from the pile. then the wall may be dispensed r TeethingThen
the PRICK, 4.00 and 3.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S. : SERVICE.
with simply stacking
by B
manure In a close compact heap wltb I the baby Is most like- E In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.For To make connection wlth.iuamen !leave""Jkp117nlonDepot <.!!':
Cumberland
'I ) .
ly nervous, and fretful and TnamUra '" via( .
walls. But where atones are "81'
vertical Sale temanfllnaat Meal route! or 'j
laop. m. en
by
1 plenty will be found more economicalto | doesn't cain In weight.Scott's I p.moa Plant SntemT arrive Brunswick HWP-...-
Jas. Pritchard & Son arrlTal .te.D1e.
at Brunawlck go directly aboard
adopt the European practice, which ,

f i N gives the least possible surface for the! \ Emulsion j TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Southbound PROPOSED SAILINGS Nanet

r exposure of the manure to the air Is the best food and medicine I SEE TILE: TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. !.:!..:...N"l."norltl."Plk.Dr121. ..E..to R.New.1DOn.Yorkks.B.cnwRADo.m... Standard Tim.) Lv l

I 1IThe working over of farmyard manure \ for teething babies. They -- .........,.......... ....... ...:TridayJun 1
for ordinary farming la unnecessary \ from the start. 8. S. RIO GRAND8: ....., .. . .... .Friday Jane 11
i ..' or at least. Is not likely to Increasethe ill gain Fend for. free...mple.P I ADVOCATE 9.8.8.S.l'OLORAI RlnOR.o.ND'...........:.:.....::::.::: .."rl"3'Iun.21
THE JOB PRINTING .n".oIun.28
value sufficiently to pay for the extra SCOTT Street WNIk Cbe New ill OFFICE For lowest.ratw reservations and pu.rall.fona"OD.
apply to
Pearl
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b saudi
; lalwr. Too much cannot sad. all d"'l1ttata. A. W.I'VII:, : ae
I 1 '. ia favur.of uslpjr.sutficlpnt organmat! j;, sue- t.a.t york.J' Print all klnda of Commercial Stationery Wedding Stationery, Card. Bill Etc O. H dsJ.: .8AO3rD. Af nt. ... AP"'bllOw.Ba1S.J f.
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TITUSVILLE. COTTON EXPERIMENT. THE HOME GOLD CURE. I.ITHINI"nINGS, GA.

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MAN) RIVER:: :: : !! Area. and 1..1''. Tlrld-Thnr- An Ingoitlou Treatment by whlrh l)runk- The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths l.mirA J-PIUNG
and
onfth Culture Munnrlua. art. Mr. MoliiK Cured Dally: In Spit *, -
greatly fear that the price obtain of Ttiem...lvt>.. No Noxious Dose.NoWr.keningofthe (lEOKOIA,
A the present crop of cotton will ; tirrvn A Ile..i>nl. Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on Southern Hallway.\ A coin in odious
I 7 too Much .*...111... Cur* for the Liquor Habit. well built, modern hotel.' Electric Lights; Steam Heat. Service and
farmers to plant
many cuisine unexcelled. Mineral Turkish and Nudlo Baths.Xatuie's
r'I Mnmtnge, Vapor, .
next But If they will plant It Is now generally; known and under
year. remedy for rheumatism flout, kidney and nervous troubles High
stood Ihat drunkenness a disease and
crop of everything else altitude. Diy climate. For booklet address JAS. E. HICKEV.
not weakness. A body filled with poison,
'.'' Providence" may again Interfere and nerves completely shattered by per ...__u .. ...__ _. ._ __ __ _. ... _. ._.. _. __ _
;; 1J" prevent our making too much cot iodical or constant use of intoxicating HIGHLANDS: N. C.

But be this us It may It !U to the liquors, requires an antidote capable of

rest of southern farmers to de neutralizing and eradicating poison,
A and destroying the craving for Intoxlcants. -
d ( the cost by Increasing the yield Sufferers may now cure them SATULAH HOUSE HIGHLANDS, N. c.

y'9 3 ) acre. \Vo shall not argue, this ques solves at homo without publicity or lOlls ,

,I 7 q Aiirtl ..I a however, In this place, but simply; of time from business hy this wonderful Highlands, N. C., the gem of mountain summer resorts, Is situated. on the
the result of na experiment we "HOME: GOLD CURE": which has been Blue Ridge about 4 OliO feet above the son" 7 miles from the point of Intersection .
II I'IIIIII' i1I mmn hmorammmlo I till perfected' after many years of close study; of the bounllIry lines of North Carollnn, South Carolina) and Oeol' la.
many years ngo from which we and treatment of InebiUtes. The falthfu Highest temperature Indicated b> Uov't thermometer In 17 years 87 . Ten

some valuable lessons, says use according to directions of this won- mountain peaks from 4,500 to O.liOO! feet high: and ten waterfalls' from 2.1:!: feet;
wldml.ll. III, a 1 a Southern Cultivator.. derful discovery is positively guarantee to #0 feet fall, within one milo to eight miles\ from renter of town. Telephone I
< s I' selected live acres on the highest to cure the most obstinate case, no matter connections and regular hues of hacks with AValhitllit. C. Correspond for
as wa .'1ati' how hard a drinker. Our record further particulars with JAMBS RII DKOUT, I'ropiletor. M
and the poorest land on our show the marvelous transformation ot k t
We broke this with a heavy thousands of drunkaids into sober, Indus -
JACKSONVILLiOYAL plow,, followed by a subsoil. \Ve trlous and upright men. BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. '
lu getting about 13 Inches WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS: I Ii Ib

This gave us about :20 Inches of Children cure your fathers! This reme-
soil and went entirely through dy la In no sense a nostrum but is a spnclflo Hotel Mount Mitchell BLACK MOUNTAIN, N..#.
HOTEL for this disease only, and l in so skill ,
After the winter rains
hardpau. sowed\ 400 fully devised and prepared that It I I. I This three-story hotel has been furnished entirely now throughout, porcelainbath
freezes we
were post
thoroughly soluable and pleasant to the tubs having been added. The hotel has 80 sleeping rooms, line office,
commercial fertilizer per acre taste, so that It can be !given In a cup of pallor, dining rooms, ball rooms, orchestra tine muslO, morning and evening ,
Opposite poatof toe. Centrally located. dollt.! Thin was oue ton for the tea or coffee without the knowledge of ; Is amid beautiful shaded. grove, with seven hundred feet of verandas.

novated. Newly furnished acres. We harrowed this with a the person taking It. Thousands ot The tower of hotel being live stories gives the tlnest view of mountain soen-
throughout. toothed harrow going about five drunkards have cured themselves wit! cry to be had In the Stale. Direct on southern l 'y.. I\nIIUteoo miles north

Rates $2.50 per day and up. ('!I deep After about ten days we this priceless remedy, and AS many more of Ashvllle, N. C. No liner summer resort In the United :Slates for health

D. on another ton harrowed again have been cured and made temperate men or pleasure. Hotel opens June Int. Hates $:1 per day. Special weekly rates
the same burrow, going about by having the cure administered by lov to families and those remaining the wholo season. Any Information desired
4
Inches and half tll'l'p.ftl'r Ing friends and relatives without their address: darn Hotel Mount Mitchell, Black Mountain N. C. ,
a
knowledge In coffee' or ton, and believe Formerly of Jacksonville, :Flu. Mm. N. L, WARD, Prop dii
West one week we put on another ton of
ESTMORELAND HOTEL discontinued
i to-daythat they Inking .. . . . . .. . ...
and burrowed about three - -- - -- -
their own free will. DO NOT WAIT.
deep the first time crossing this Do not be deluded Hy apparent and misleading ; : : 111'NIiItSONVILLIN.C. I
American and European plan. Centrally located. two Inches deep. Wo then laid 'Improvement.' Drive out the -

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. the rows live feet apart, put on au ''I disease at once and for all time. The HENDKRSOHVILLK N.IC.IIendereonvllle's I.
ton of fertilizer In the drills, ran HOME GOLI CURE" Is sold at the TIlE ? XXXJXJAJXJ\ "
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any extremely low price of One Dollar, thus Now Hotel. s
narrow rooter as deef as we
street cars pass the door. Rooms BOo, 75o and <1 and threw up a flat bed with a placing within reach of everybody a treatment Open all the. year. Altitude 2,550 feet. The d'ryest climate In North Carolina \
effectual than others costing
board $2.00 to $2.J>0 per day. turner. We then harrowed these $25 to more>:0. Full directions accompany; Golf links. Twenty-live acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-flvo

Mrs. A. ) with a light fine toothed harrow each package! Special advice by skillet bedrooms. Electric lights/ Steam heat, Elevator. Tennis court. Ball rooms.

planted with a homemade Texas physicians when requested without extra Mineral Springs Until rooms Ton-pin alleys. All modern conveniences.For ..
planter.. charare. Sent prepaid to part of the
any further Information and rates, address.
ST. AUGUSTINE. stopped the holes with corncob world on receipt of $1. Address Dept. '
to drop seed about every :SO:! to 24 C 705: EDWIN n OILES CO., 2:130-33: : BARUIN A W EEI.ER, Proprietors, Hcndeisonvllle) N. C. "*

-ST. Wt used Improved seed of our Market St., Philadelphia.\ AU ;oorrespondenoe No consumptives taken

ORIDA HOUSE, The Old selection, which como up bold and strictly oonlldontl.il. _. __ ___ . __ ,." ,. .:J
and were properly thinned to
This well known hotel will remain open the stalks In a bill. ported ns hating' carried off many NEW YORK.

adellghtful Summer Resort. It has attractions/ had Intended to put on another horses this fall In Virginia. It In claimed -

no other resort possesses Beautiful Roads and of fertilizer In the middle' of the I that a great; many more horses have Fifth Avo. nud 15th stieut, '

cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing hut na ,,'e' could not get the kind died and are still dying In communities Hotel Kensington
modern Improvements that contribute to the '
can
erally conducted. Capacity 230. Summer Hates: wished we failed 'In this.. Our In where pl'a'Ine hay has been adoptedas Now Yoik. ,

$12 week. For further particular address walt to use a' ton of high grade provender than In the communities I
per .. F. fertilizer per acre; but we Where Iwa vines are not used an bay. Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan. .

to content ourselves with l.WX Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.OKOKUK .
We lined no compost .
per acre. other of A Quaint Introduction. O. HOWE, 1'roprlotor.. ,
AZA HOTEL manure or manure
ST. kind. Our plan was to test how On one occasion the clean of Wells Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine! and other Florida hotels

commercial fertilizer It would la Introducing E. A. Freeman<< whom .. . .
--- - - -
This hotel Is now pen for ROOMS: ONLY. It
ha 'could abide neither as mao norhistorian
Postoffice Bank and Cathedral. to use on one acre of cotton. We with 8AKATOOA SIMtlNOS. N, Y. I
1 rise great
Rooms, COcta to tl.OO per day; $1.50 to $3.00 per 1 thus fur' eXIl'l1d'd about $30( per ,to suld: the health of our I
do but pleasure propose
There was nothing now to *
V. the crop and Jo gather It. eminent neighbor, Mr. Freeman the EVERETT HOUSE SPRINGS N. Y. .
SARATOGAt ,
who la his own ,
r cotton grew oft so rapidly that historian, a man personal ,

HOTEL ...FRO TING ] cultivation cost but little. This characteristics has character so often depicted of- This beautiful family hotel will open for the 10th season," umtor, the. same
GONQUIN for us the savage
done with broad heel 1 scrapers set management( on June lilt, 11)01) '
, ST very shallow. The cotton noon our> first forefathers. New plumbing, with the latest improvements, has been put In throughout

Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are the center surface, and the -In hIi. the entire house, and It has also been newly painted and refurnished.
gave up the fight. No The hotel nccnmmodatva two hundl'edlluesl. (at reasonable rates) and has
comfortable: beds Rates moderate, The centlped U the only poisonous .
for the results. We never saw five hundred feet of shady plnxza.
MRS. A. so. Measuring sticks plac Insect on the Hawaiian Islands, and Its The location, opposite Wlndxor lintel on South Broadway, Is one of,tie best
grow here Is! dangerous than and block from all tbe .
4'A tbe stalks showed a gain of ting no more Saratoga only one principal springs.For .
ORMOxnTEL the sting of a wasp or hornet In the terms and other particulars, address
:: Inches day at the height of tbe
per .
N Y.
United States. On the mainland thetarantula's V. M. SUAKEZ. Saratoga Springs,
.; )pel'lod. The taking on of fruit
equally eocoul'aglnjf. The boll sting Is usually fatal and - .. -- -.. -
ORMOND always brings serious consequences:
COQUINA large and Met thickly upon the
Hawaii fortunate too. In having no Fishing XTets. I
!>s. The yield exceeded our expecta
Hotel Coqulna Is situated on a bluff directly Wo got about two bales and n snakes or poisonous reptiles.-Honolulu -. h

it offers all the delights of the seashore, It Is only per acre, and as cotton was then Republican.

minutes by horse-car, from tbe oran groves/ and at 0 cents the profit wan very '
banks of the Halifax River. It Is two milesfrom It wan not only the lar Denmark claims that there \Is not a .
connected with It by horse-car. Beautiful walks !
In her domain who
yield but the cheapest cotton we Ingle person can-
on, orange, and rare tropical fruit, avenues of
not read and write.
ocean and surf-bathing and fine fishing. The raised. I
beneficial cases of overwork or nervous an expense of about $225 all told
Will\ open about the 1st of June, but will be had made about! $GOO Worth of cot How to "Malt 111olton Racont.

guests after May 10th. Summer Rates: $2 per and over 300 bushels of seed which Cut the meat la mailer 'pieces than .
For further Information address, D..B. worth to* us iii'iuly $1 a bushel for a stew +Put Into a saucepan a'ta.bll"spoontul ..
of butler and 1 a tablespoonful
nearly every one who saw or heart!!
cotton wanted the seed. But the of Hour and stir over the ore until

SEABKKEZE.ie t part of the profit was In the Im It I la dark brown Then add for two GREAT REVOLUTION in FISHING NETS.
of tbe land. That resulted cupful of meat tie same quantity ol

BY-TIIE-SEA from the work that had stock salt and popper to taste. Roll CATALOGUE FREE;, SEND FOR ONE. |, !
Breakers done. While It la true that thai for an hour and nerve. This dish la To reduce our stock we are compelled to cut our former prices In two. Our catalogue -

( of cotton did not appropriate all Much Improved by adding to It a doneu; I will give you present BOTTOM PRICES .

Two Hundred fertilizer that bad been used and or more fresb, mushrooms about five

New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating next crop was somewhat benefited minutes before removing from the lire. The Chicago Net and Twine Co.t ; }

Ulantio. Every room an outside room. Rooms what was left that. piece of laud '
70-1-8:1: E. Indiana Street Chicago, Illinois. ,
ot en suite. First-class modern plumbing
system to make large yield of every. The South African winter begin to-
f ng. Twentb-elght bath houses with stone floor, of crop for many year ward the end of April aDd lasts until .- .' ...- . ....-
shower baths. Life line extending four hundred
desire to draw from /September.'
lessons we
[latest Improved life boats for safety to bathers at experiment are that thorough cul PABLO BY TIlE SEA LIVERY. .
asp sea fishing. Special attention will be paid to
a nder the personal supervision of manager. The and high manuring will pay and

Ithout regard to expense to meet the demands of pay that small areas and large Over-Work Weakens Turnout of all deacrip- aH fe l-\4}*, \ ; ))5 S, 8AUDLK I1OR3ES,
lass service, and it will\ be the aim of the are more profitable than large Your Kidneys. + # '
SEA FOOD A SPECIAVYY-Opens July 1, : and small yields. It pay to tlons: m BAGGAGE Transfer,
,veek. Special to families and parties. Any f experiments. That crop was '
Kidneys Make: Impure Blood.AH .
Nrnished upon appplicatlon to G. A. due to the deep plowing. It Unhealthy TRAPS, 5 1 1HAULINO I Etc

Furnished, cottages to rent in lllot have paid to use that much ,
: < the blood In body passes through
your
connection with hotel. H. L. SURREYS, "lul Wmk WILKINSON,
on land plowed three or four your kidneys once every three minutes.

I deep. i The deeper the soil the EAU OAL.LIE. fertilizer can be used profitably. e blood purifier,they four -
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states east of tbe Mississippi l. \ tt(1 I out the watte or VICTORIAS Pablo Beach, Fla.

to compete with, Texas In raising Impurities If In sick the blood. ._ ___ __ .. _ - __ ._ _' _ 4
they are or out
tel Granada they must deepen their soiL of order,they fall to do
-I their work. WHITE'S CREAMVERffilFUCEI

Drrmmlaf v...... Plowl. Under. Painlaches and rheumatism vV ORMS] !

The Hotel Granada located at Eau Gallic,Fla., : dressing versus the plowing uu come from excess -
yille on the west shore of the Indian River, of manure: Two arenr, of ground -. of urlo acid In the MOM la< u.nUir. B.itlitqulii7. i i

fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of previously had received similar blood, due to neglected For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedial. { BUffiiJffHB;
trouble.
like hotel. Rates $2.SO to $3.00 per day. Special and treatment were selected<< for kidney
Open all the year. Address "OLEASON trial. A land four rod wide and Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady sec X.a: L7r AI.Xi :II:>>::5'.VCJooCJooZOZO__ e.
divided In the middle. heart beats, and makes one feel though Frtmr..l by- ...,.+ JAMES F. DALLARD, 8t. Louis
long was
hey had heart trouble because the heart I is
the one half waa spread liberal over-working In pumping thick, .
TALLAIIASSEE. kidney-
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of well rotted barnyard ma- poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It .
which had lain la tbe compost used to be considered that only urinary The Nation's

JAMES Hotel during tbe summer. The ground troubles were to be traced to the kidneys "San Mateo"
then plowed, and on the other half but now modern science proves that nearlyall
constitutional diseases have their Best
I Centrally located. The only brick hotel In the clt application of manure from In trouble. beginning Cigar.
and : same heap was made as a top kidney _
with the best of food. Large, airy rooms
I If you are sick you can make no mistakeby
I per day. Special by the week. From the plot) on which the '
1 harvest first doctoring your kidneys. The, mild It; ,.. nIlFlol.Jdn.
; wss plowed under we and the extraordinary effect of Dr. ICilmer'aSwampRoot
30.32 bushel of wheat p"r acre the great kidney remedy U .
from the top dressed plot tbe soon realUed. It stands the highest for Its tropical
ATLANTA GA. Why bay Imported cigars, mad. from heavy tobacco, doctored with
was 29.02 bushels, being but 42 wonderful cures of the most distressing case
amount within plum and other drags when you can hare the port Florida leaf at. a Ave-eent
lea per Acre. an and U sold on its '
probable limit of error. by all piles. '.

: E KIMBALL eat and .- marttaflilil FREE BY MAIL TO ANY' B01l:0(23.: ... ....$i.oo' iar
Pern VlM M.r. ... You may '
UNDER NEW )(.L. }(: question now up as to whether sample bottle by man -fA." ...._ ADDRESS....../ Boa (If 50..x.. . .$1.75'

I American and European Plan. Liberally tin bay does not can. sickness tree. also pamphlet telling you bladder bow trouble.to find s. V'V' ::eOV'Vr.EJ' : :: 'SY' 1
U have or
nit kidney
meat-. Central location, opposite Union mortality among bors**. This I* you ,

Ugh Grade and Popular Hotel For rate., etc., :; : of fatal malady which.ls l re- Mention Ce.. Blngluunion.this paper when N.s Y.writing Dr.JCUroeri SAX MATEO, FLA. rC e











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BREVARD COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS BRITISH IN SOUTH AFRICA. Robbins & Graham Go E.. L.. ::ee-DEALERS:c IN-&:, :S O.,


Capt. S. 1_. II. Slooum's report of his
1 f1 observations the South African war (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
TITVSVILI.K, FLA., July ], 1001 ,
'd while United States with '
: military attache .
: PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.This PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERrILl
tOk The Doard of County Commissioner the British army has been made public We handle UEB!! ,
above line of goods and solicit the trade of
the
In all
was called to order by A. A. Stewart! by the War Depaitment at Washington.Capt. company owns We deal exclusively Groceries delivered "stud!
!. Slocum elates ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all at your stuti">u,.
cleik. Piesent John K. Walker, first ; the.clrcumstanceof .
?: district; John R, Mlott, second district; the surrender of Cronje, and describe. LAN :ID S, E. L. BRADY: BRO. TITUSVILLE, KI.A

; i jyrI K. A. Conkling, third district; John C. In detail the operations leading to the On the St. -4
in the Indian River
r Jones, fourth district; John F. Bell, capture of the Boers under Cronjo by Country; S. W. CARROLL, W. E. GOLls\l] '):'

fifth district; A. A. {Stewart, clerk; M. Lord Roberts He says: that the Boer LucIe River; at New River and on Bay

b. Jones, jr., Deputy-Sheriff, are "splendldjon the defensive, but do Prices to suit the times. Carroll & Goldsmith
John R. Walker was elected chairman not seem to consider offensive movements Blscayno. ,

unanimously.The as part of their proper tactics." Send for Land List. -Dealers In-
following business was transacted: In praising the British be says :' "If
Offices at Titusville and Miami Fla. FEED FRUIT AND
I No.1. Petition of R. A Hardee, et ever a people or a nation exemplified the GROCERIES, GRAIN, VEGETABLES
al., to lay out and locate a load between phrase 'biaveto a fault,' Ills the British Tour ,
M Sebastian( and Wabasso, was received, If they were less brave there would have GEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN, Crockery, Glass TITUSVILLE.and Tinware. - FLORIDA.Patronage Soli, ited(]
Smooth Cayenne Suckers. Files been less faults President. ActuaryBreyard
find the Hoard appointed J. O. many and more victoriesIn
Paul and K Hardee mark the war." -- -
Kroegel G. to
For Immediate delivery; price, Gets and lay out said road. lie says that the balloon with the British Abstract of Title Co, INDIA RIVER ICE FACTORY.

each.J. No. 2. The Chairman 'appointed the army has been of inestimable value ,
WILL FURNISHAbstracts
HOWARD LKTouRNKAir, following committees-Finance: Jones, to it. It usually ascended 2.1>00 yards
FLA.Is .
if Eden, Florida. Conklinif nfid Walker. Roads: Conkllag, from the enemy's line and secured vain. of TitleFOR TITUSVILLE, I
I Miot and Walker. Rules, Resolutions, able information, especially for the aitil prepared to furnish Ice In any qlla.ntlty-8acked or, loose. Special '

' FLORIDA Visitors who eto., Bell, Jones and Walker. Charities: lery. The Boers fired on it constantly, LANDS IN- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my atteou--I'

can. Mlot, Bell and Walker. but never Injured It sufficiently to compel Brevard County. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
* not call at stores should write for /
our a No. 8. On motion, It was resolved, Its descent.
catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. that as the old fifth commissioner's dis Capt. Slocum details the advance from Office under Law Office of - = !

trlct has, practically, been divided so as Bloemfonteln to Pretoria. The ad vane GEO. M. ROBBINS, J. R. WA KER. C. II. SwAIN

t / a: J9 to make the fourth and fifth districts, began, he says, on the 1st of May, and TITUSVILLK, FLA.
and as a special road tax of five mllli on the 11th entered Kroonstad, where
was levied and collected for 1891)) and the army remained for nearly) two weeks. Dry Goods Shoes;
112 W. Forsyth 8t., Jacksonville also at _
; 1000\ on tho entire old fifth district, it Is On May 18th, 11)00) Capt. Slocum enter East Coast Meat Market
St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. the judgment of this Board that the ed In his report the following:

4 ,+' h funds collected for 18011 and 1000, for "Pretoria with its surrounding height Furniture
i
I said special road tax, and the paymepti offered magnificent opportunities for de G. F. DUREN, Agent. ,

,,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH : already made out of those funds, should fence, and a force of even 5,000 determined "-'r.IC'I

I be divided between the present! fourth men could have held the British armyat > Notions and MillineryNew

Asso's.Famous and fifth districts as follows: To the bay for a considerable time, and Inflicted ..-. -.
Brewing fourth districts, all taxes collected from heavy losses before being; driven U2 .; :: Goods at close sr
Pa prices.
and In said district ; and all persona back. Q:

St.Louis Keg and Bottled taxes of residents In said district less About the treatment of the Boers by # Pa YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.

Beer former payment for work done in said the Brit lull. Capt. Slooum says In his report =. -
distilct. To the firth district, the same : "The British have been ton mei'el sa. John R. Walker & Co.
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Bold by Meinn.F.A.Losley and collections and payments belonging to ful, and I believe, had a more rigorous

R. L. Motlow,Tltua vllle,Fla. that district, as before mentioned for the course been adopted when the army firs TITUSVILLE, FLA.Special.
lY fourth district. That entered this capital Bloemfontein and
By Mr. R.L. Motlow, Cocoa, Fla. an accountant be ( ) _. U2
r employed to make said calculation, and the enemy thoroughly stampeded, the = C'Ic.2 -> -
and the cost of said calculation be paid war would have been materially shortened. sa.. -
JOSEPH ZAPF by the fourth and fifth /!'ommllllliollers'dllltrlc18 .- Lord Roberta was undoubtedly deceived =

In their relative proportion.Mr. by the general professions of nub- TITU8VII.LE, FI.ORIDA.F Attention !

Sole Agent. John Henry I. hereby appointed mission."

'r. special accountant, to report at next "Ex;>loBlve buJlets," Capt.Slooum says,

010 to 020 West Bay Street, meeting.No. "were in many cases used by the BoersI 1 e GIVF.N TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
.fI: 4. Petition of James A. Taylor bave see a large number In the belt of I

i a'" J JACKSONVILLE. FLA. et al., to extend the present county roadrunning the captured and wounded. I attach onto ier + Hardware Tinware Crockery Glassware
( from the north line of Brevard this report taken by me from a Boer ,,
l county to the Dummitt grove, as it now belt at I'retorll'l"b re were some twenty -
a -SOM) 11 V- extends, and to extend It south of said others like it In the same belt. It will Harness and Stoves.

Dummitt grove for a distance It miles be noticed th .t It not only has the lead 'w + ,

r 4 F. A. LOSLEY was received and the Board appointed core exposed,"but the sides of the bulletare y. .: -Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly,
the also !
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,l following; committee to mark and lay split
1 out said road: .1. O. Fries, Wm. Watton
TITUSVIr.L E,'FLA. Jas. Pritchard c&. Son.
L. Griffin -
apd jr.
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No. B. The report of the Tax O,>llecto TEACHERS FOR PHILIPPINES. oL. ..;.
y
: of poll tale, collected during; the -
L Miss Susie Glndwln of Tltusvllle, has .. Postof&ce Box 212,
month of June, for 1IMK, amounting to I ___ .
1I $14.00, was received.No. received an appointment to teach school _-- .. .
i Titusville'loridar:
:
I 6. The report of County Judgefor In the above Islands, and she will probably

licenses collected for the month uf: leave here for Manila next week, and .

I June, amounting to $10.40 for state, and sail from San Francisco, California on
,
$5.27: : for the county, was received. or about the'J.'Ird! Inst.. Her salary will be I If( Your House Goes up in Smokeand "
No. 7. Petition of J. C. Michael, et $1)00.00) per annum. Miss Gladwin's GAY BROTHERS''

al, to change road from Fort Pierce to hosts of friends wUh her bon voyage; and you loose everything
every success In her coming new fluid of
the Five Mile Creek bridge was received, It Is you own fault;
I and the Board appointed the following; labor.
committee to mark and lay out the We understand that Mr. R. L.. Moon, Fir Ixa.jsui.xxia.oosufficient : :: : PALATKA FLORIDA.
,
said rond: J. O. Fries, J. B. Meriwetherand who taught school at Tltusvllle last win \ to cover the value of the prop. GROCERS
J. T. Bevil. ter, has been appointed by the Georgia erty and household effects should be car. ,

No. 8. Report of C. F. Cocikllng Jurtloe State Commissioner, Mr. G. R. Glenn, lied Rates are not nigh. The companies
of the Peace. Oth district, for April, under authority from the Insular Commission I represent are solvent, reliable and lib We make a Special Feature of our

Mav and June, was received.No. as teacher in the Philippine eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
U. The bond of M. E. Hall, as Islands The salary will be $1,200 a Don't neglect to take out a policy. Mail Order Department
and transportation to Manila will be paid
received and
notary public, was approv
by the United States government. O. S Sob.'U.y1.er.TITUSVU.J.E .

ed.No.. 10. The bond of C. H. Racey, as A telegram from San Francisco says FLORIDA Knowing how difficult It is in some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
notary public, was received and approv that during the present month the pas- Correspondence Invited. CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them W
senger lists will be made up largely of promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfartoij

ed.No.. 11. The bond of W. L. Keefer, as the names of school teachers who are -FOR SALE BV- We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and tin
Justice of the Peace 22nd district, was going to the Philippine 1 Islands to teach I many articles not usually found in other and smaller houses.
NEAR ; In the public schools. The first consignment Robt. L. Motlow
,' & TAYLOR, received nnd approved. In.r SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
consisting of 1&6 men
; No. 12. Whereas the last Legislature young .
and omen Bailed a few data on the Tltusvlll and O.'cos, Fla. --------- ---- ------- --- _.
linn required I the County Clerk to receive ago ------------ -- --
ttl Artesian WellCONTRACTORS and keep old tux ,sale certificate, It Is liuford. WIthin u week or ten days the

ordered that the Clerk procure the ne- Logan. will take a' other large party anti lfmm r lLPnmrrea Field: aD.d. O-arca.enL: Seed.Swept .
? the Thomas will still later In the month
'
''i w ( ueHHary cabinets for the safe keeping of *
f ) the same, the cost not to exceed $ll>.\. with no 'fewer than t>00 teachers who
No. 11.: The bbeilff Is Instructed l to have entered government ser\ice.

i Eau Gallie, Fla. ascertain_ the cost of furnishing the jail clean by the fire of May the 3rd. Have on band again a Complete

with steel cots. PREFERS THE EAST COAST. Stock of Seeds-all kinds for Summer of Seedi
"'="- No. 14. The Sheriff Is Instructed' I Crops.Vrlte for prices
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The n.'cvcJ'Y: asooitalu the cost of bloodhounds for BnooKtYjr, N. Y., June 28, 1001. for fall planting., Fresh Stock and Poultry Powders. Lambert' Death to
the
the last
'! county, inquired by : Leg t (w tt G

r ; :. *.jt 1"', 610 West Day 8t Jacksonville, islature. Editor East Coast Adroratr-" ggXr SIB kaI5Xr1 a11XEt rt4 Lice, Slug Shot, etc. A few pairs of grown Belgian Hares at $3 per pair,
No. 15. The petition of J. T. Hamilton 111
ik FINE et al., asking for a special levy of notice-that I am a little behind timeIn IYUI.W ..MN .wel.e ,a4..Niue,. full blood.
Wines Liquors and Cigars. rive mills road tax for the fifth district, renewing my subscription to the EAST
COAST ADVOCATE but for L.
was received and compared with the fortunately CAMERON. The Seed Store,
I us have continued send the S S.Z
von to pink
Anheuser-Uusoh Extra Pale
.
on Draught.Fine registration and tax book. The same 102li
paper. We look for It Monday East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA
Cold Lunch Served Dally. was lost, as there were 83 property owners delivery ".
morning; /and if the I Is, delayed
The best of Service and In the district and -
4 a pleasnnt quiet qunltlled, only
WH feel I that the week has not
begun sat- THE GHEATK8T: DISCOVERY OF THE
81 of thoHO had the
9 seaort. JOUN F. MUNCH, Mgr. signed petition. Isfncrorlly. ESTABLISHED 1871)
NINETEENTH CENTURY.:
No. 10. The of Kegistra-
Supervisor
The that this will be
-- prospect fairly
+ tlon Is Instructed furnish
to the Tax
y r goThe ADVOCATE does job printing prosperous; year In Florida Is to n.. a SMOKE.YOUNG'S
Assessor with a list of registered voters M.
pleasant fact.Ye visits Lane
begun our to & Son.
of the county, for the purpose of assessing -
Florida first
twenty staying at
BKKVAKO: COUNTY TREA3UItEIt'MSTATEMENT. I poll taxes. years ago MAGIC
Jacksonville, then at Ormond then
: No. 17. Whereas the position of Supt.of at
Rock ledge then at Lake Worth and
% July lat, 1Dat.HI' Roads requires ability as a surveyor Consumption Catarrh Cough 282 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
finally at Miami. Among the moat ,
ttulance cull. on hand, Juna tut. 1001.' MM M and civil engineer, as well as experience able recollections of those agiee-thosein ,
Amount" received in Juiialuol ,. ,. 70 In this 'line of work and whereas years are
.i. liaM ; we Southern
In elation to our visits to Florida.I . Asthma and La Grippe Core Fruit and Produce!
..... ..... we find such qualifications Mr. J. O. .
Total ... ..... ... ......$11,71801: ought to add also that we have visited
Cries, and the absence of said qualification
Lena
warrant paid In June 1001,
the West Coast of Florida to The wonderful' that
l Tampa, sncoemt : tins been obtained
t and delivered to County uimulsatonr : In other applicants and, whereas
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and Buhool Hoard.. ......... ..... 1.05563 Mr. 'Fries'has given evidence of his fitness our and preference the Gulf Coast la the to East New Const Orleans of Flor-"and wlilolt>r thin la great Hliown: MaRlo by,the. Cure signed In tnntlinonlal'M* short; a time fromHome I OOol.xn.ission: :: : r\4eroha.o.:\ : : ::
of the bent oltlxens.au to Its
I I"
Balance In his former services for Brevard ouren aanfHolent -
band ...
,
on July 1th, 1001. I WT 41 Ida winter
ad a to those SPECIALTIES
resort. guarantee: mitering irom the : ORANGES *
and whereas the and
county Legislaturehas GRAPEFRUIT. and ourq
; Stencils Cards
Yours sincerely anove dh.eseas. They should not tall to try It. ,
+ d aB VB BAL IOIIn I' :Deposited In liitllau River State Hunk, be appointed In view of these Jon* M. Fa RBIs. the world lo deny that thin la the tint and only; _ tatlonsfurnished -application..
i an per C.ehi.r'scertitloateattaopalto UM cure for CoiiMimptlon. Catarrh
I' monthly report. .... ... .. .... 19161! 41B4LAHOKI requirements, we, the Board hereby appoint Asthma and La that ban ever heen Coughs lint, '
' : BKI.ONOINO TO KACH rVMD AS JOLaWWBt Mr. J. O. Fries as Superintendent THE PINEAPPLE CROP. before the rill.llo.Gripe never failed In any CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. 8TKNCII.S II'IJRNIlRED,
yyy I of Roods for Brevard county fur the I cam wlmre n t.led. Smoking Younic'i
yyyyyII County llovenue-General Fnnd.......$3,4u162 term of Passed. Mr.James of Jacklon.lIIe.wrltlnlZ : Ureat Muffin Cure the smoke gores direct to the
Road and IIrllR'8l"uDd" .......... 141 one year. Williamson lungs,and destroys all mlorobei.it .
a 1 I .,. JiulMIng Fund......... .... ... II M No. 18. Application of 1P. J. Tuckerfor the Frultmau's' Guide, New York, $ package. Trial package 25 cent.. McCOMB & CO.
> Feeding Prlwonen Fund...... 4J Is permit to sell liquors, eta, In districtNo. says. IPines per
"" Fine and Forfeiture Fund ,.... U8 (I 9, was received and ordered publish from the Indian River country Sent prepaid. to any part if the U. S. ,,
tI I
A.o. Knad diet No bv
| Fund 2'SOlvy ft 08BIXXI. Prepared only
l V Road Fund dial No a .99". l.flni oBMO. ed according to law. only really began to come forward freely HENRY R. THOMAS
I 't, .Road Fund dl.No it, 1MOO IvrWT 110 No. 10. Application of R. L. Motlowto last week. From Saturday: noon until 1013 ZELoAdLo St.; Saw: >
" II, 1UOO" "lit''" feSchool sell In district Chemist: Druggist. LaVilla Pharmacy.. Voris.
liquor etc., No. 4, was Monday a. m. I nave handled carloads
/ ,
Fund............. .. ... 3071 Jacksonville, Fla.
i Property deceased persons fund. 150 received and ordered published accord. the of which were sold f.o. b. ..Make
i lOll to law. Quite a number of buyers are In the a Specialty of..
Total...... .... ........ Steamship
l7 ""yF.'It. 99.M74I! No. 20. Application of R. L. Motlow State. The Association has just sold a 'Clyde Line.
1 HOVK.
l7 County Treasurer. to sell liquors, etc., In district No. 4, was crop of 1,000 orate to a Chicago buyer.I -
received and ordered published according believe the present summer shippingcrop Tickets and reservations via the Clyde Beans ]
to law. Is overestimated and do not think Steamship Line can be secured of Chas. Pineapples
Wedding; Stationery. No. :21. Application of F. A. Lesley my outside figure of 173,000 from Fort H. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Tlusvllle. -

L 1 The ADVOCATE having received a nice to sell liquors, etc., in district No. 2, was Pierce to south end of Lake Worth will .
I i Tot of the latest received and ordered published according be reached. Favor us with
type and stationery, Is a part of shipments
WALTON CALKING
to law. Small sizes are scarce and wanted The TOOL Is one of your
mow prepared to execute short notice
on
t WeddlcR Invitations Announcements, : No. ii. Report of Tax Collector of crop Is fine, the bulk running 24s and :Kill, the best things for boai builders and We won't ask to
t i''u1 T' and Ladles' visiting cards., Give Insolvencies, etc., amounting; to $735.0.1: a few 18s and not over 90 orates 3(3 and yachtsmen; price $".(XI and 00each. you continue If others beat us.

orders. usyour for the state and 1183.0.'count1; $473.09! bit to 20s, -42s to the carload, general For sale *t Jas. Prirchard &: Sou'.., -

special road, dlstrlctNo.5and; $:.13, special average a* they run.\ Tltusvllle Fla.TitusviLLE's. .
toad district No. 8. Total, Jm.2( : Sales were on basis of $2.25 to 2.40 f. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the Su$

t'a! CALL ATCABROi.L&GOLDSMITII'S was received, compared and found cor- o. b. Jacksonville according to qualityand TRAINS"The YAlM '
l
e
for RICO, a hard water soup, manufactured desirability of fruit.A .

by the Florida Soap Works, rect.No.. 33. It la ordered that Wm. Smith following are the times of arrival Wm.::: :: A. amours: &; 0

M: Jacksonville, of Cocoa, be stricken from the pauper Miami KaMrprlM.The and departure of passenger trains to and

I I J I TRY RICO, A HARD WATER SOAP, list.. No. 21. The following rule was pass- Dade County Security Company, from Tltuavllle. ItOUT1IIIOV: !
r manufactured by the Florid( Soap ed unanimously: In order that citizens with .a capital of $23,000,10; conduct a LMTM Titusvll for Miami.... at 1:M .... ,
+ Works. For sale by Carroll '* Gold lave an opportunity to correct by protest general; investment and building and loan intermediate points. PNOMTH

F smith. or other suggestion to this Board, business, ha been Inaugurated/; Miami.: .. BOTCTlk.Ttt jn &A Flour, Grits Meal FertilizerisiU5r1iM
and
Leave 111 f ,
i or Jaekimnvllto
at
a aI any oversight or defect lu road work The stockholders are E,V. Blackman II. and intermediate 1:40 p.m. f

; I rr Reading notice ads. on this p.g. I B. Shaw, Robert Taylor-and UilleapleInloe. TlnuTill for Kanford point. 1m..... *' 112 East Day Street, JACKSONVILLE, Ft.4. ,
live flue week. continued :
cents per per ( on page 4)) Arrive TltnavtU from teuford . l9e: Agu. for Purina
p.m
Feed.
: 0 Warehouse on tracks of S.A. L. K'y. and PUnt Sy't'jIK


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