Title: East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: July 12, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00355
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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,!LOCAL NEWS B3T Deed blanks sold at this office. -Attorney F. J, Webb spent a day or -Mr. F. E. Bond, of the Bond Itnnd HANGED AT MIAMI. 3M> rooms, and la fitted with every t

Please write us whenever you fall to so at Miami the first of the week. Lumber Co., arrived In town yesterday modern convenience. Golfing, wheeling \

" Topics of General Interest receive the ADVOOATR.Mr. -Many visitors to Tltusville are surprised -Mian Aleph Mlms! who has boon James Fatson, tho colored man who riding, driving, rowing, sailing, swimming I h

and Mrs. Fred S. Dewey, of Del- at the scarcity of mosquitoes visiting relatives down the river, returned murdered John Saddler, another colored inerous, dancing amusements, etc.,at are this among resort.the nil' \II

THE ADVOCATE, ray, passed through here, Wednesday, en -Mrs. B. R Wilson has returned homo yesterday man, at Stuart, paid the death penalty {
route to Nashville Tenn.Mr. home last: Friday morning In the jail yard lit Hotel Victory, l'ut.III-l1ay.Oblo. ha Ii k
1.60> in advance. from a pleasant visit to Wl8tl'alm -Mr. and !Mrs Orlando Qunrtorm.in, that
per annum, Miami, on the soalt'old! erected' for opened for the season In a most auspicious '
1.00 six months, .. and :Mrs. D. L. Alderman and : of Chester Shoals, wero la town'a day or !
Beach.A purpose says the!. U, and C. manner, and Manager T. W. Mo-\
the
K2.00 per an. to foreign countries. little son, of Port Pierce, were guests of Hot of Brevard county's recently. so first of the week Early in the morning three colored Croary Is happy-especially. as he anticipates

the Indian River hotel, at this place, a appointed school teachers will be foundin -Mr. H. S. Scroble, representing the preachers arrived" at the jail, and the last one of the biggest HOOSOIIS on rocortl. 4 i

men you subscribe for the ADVo- day or so tbe first of the week. another column. Clyde Line, was In town on Tuesday! religious service was held with the condemned J Hotel Victory Is one of the largest ,

: by the year, It doea not cost you -Mrs. Julius Kline and little daughter '-The little Misses Fanny and Stella when he left for Rockledge. mnn. When Sheriff Fro hock summer hotels In the United States. ,,1

i cents per week, postage Included.te Leone, left here, Saturday last,for Jack Budge will return to the home of their Whenever you want to find out the came to escort him to the gallows 'KnUon Hotel Coquina, Ormoiul Bench under

date of expiration printed upon sonville, en route to New York via Clyde parents at Miami on Sunday. \prominent meiohants la TltusvUta, always accompanied him, walking with a firm tho management of Mr. D. B. Matheson.Is
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r paper or wrapper every week. This steamer. They will be away for several tend, the ADVOCATE'S) advertisingpoluitms. stoudy h uad. On reaching< the scalToltlhe now doing a fairly good business, an.l
-Mr. E. L. Brady, whQ has been looking wits naked If hv had anything lo t
for No needs months.A any 4
(ecelpt your money. the guests. ore said to bo much pleased
| vend for after his Mlarnf stole fora few weeks He replied In ,a Him voice, "No Tl.o
to receipt subscription with tho line bill of faro '
late gives It to postal: card to the ADVOCATE says past, returned home on Tuosday.Mr. i -Col. E. O. Morgan:: who him boon on arrangements wore completed, and Sheriff every day. Quite
you. number of visitor In the
that the Florida Soap Cumpany has the nick list for awhile, Is! now In KIsalmmee Frohock look hid place bosldo the fatal a large! Indulge I
Itobt. Jlbb has taken the .
leased the FloiIda :Soap Works at Jacksonville - place i. with his younger daughter, Miss trap, and said, "James' Falson, are excellent siiif-biithlng every day-to say
}B EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is ont and that MrK. T. Leiiron has of his brother as telegraph operator at Morgan. l'oRdyHurdly wore tho words nothing of the fishing, (dilvlng bicycling, 11
you
the following news-stands, at tin been the TluiHville station of the F. E. C. Ry. etc.
appointed manager.Mrs. spoken when the rope wan out, and the
for a while -Mrs. Jo:. Webster of Tlbbals
per copy : 1 1I was body of .James Falson dlsappuaiod. After Mr. and Mrs. O. I). SoaVpy, of Magno- I
II. E. Wooddall, of this place I northbound I
Itusvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. among yeHtordny's passengers
left here Major F. lIf, Taylor has nearly completed a few slight movements of the body, he lift Spilngs: hole), Kla., on ,
for Lemon
'J. 13. Screven. Monday, Clay, on a en route to Woodstock Conn., to Haturdallnllt
the his rexl- dead In minutes Ur.
her Improvements upon was eight SkngKspxamlnud celebrated 2oth
hotel. visit to parents tier baby and ala spend a few mouths
onvllle-Duval
II ter, Miss Mitchell, accompanied Mrs. lence, recently purchased from Mr. W. the body and pronounced IIlifeless. mnrrlairo at their famous Hotel Champlain .-
News stand, Union depot Wooddall to Dade M. Woodward.We Messrs. Geo. W. Soobte and John It. \ There was a huge number of N. Y. A largo number of friend

county. have received several elab- Walker left hero, yesterday for Daytonu, colored people round the jail' but perfect from various sections. of the country

Reading notice ads. are ten cents Attorney C. T, McCaity Ankona, orat- bllls-of-fare from northern very hotalH to take Chapter degree Free masonry. order prevailed.! After the body was wero present, and the ADVOOATR!: I is Informed .

Ine on this page. has the tlmnkn of the ADVOOATR for a which show tbat the well, They were accompanied Vy Mr. Fred A. placed In the oomn, scoi-cta of eolurudpust that Mr.iuiil....Soavey not only
crate of very fine pineapples We are guests were Morgan plo were allowed to BOO the remains rooolvvdheaity congiatulatlous, but were
fed the Fourth. "
Secure your reservations over thee pleased to note that the pink paper Is on Sheriff Frohook In to be congratulated tho recipients of some very Imnilsoniepiesmiis

Line at the ADVOCATE office, Tl- not forgotten by the pineapple growers -The Liidles',.. Guild of St. Gabriel's -Mr. J. P. Suwtelle" of Ilnrdoevllle, upon the succuMsful manner In which sent by friend a* tokens of
hits thanks
for of nice lot
our
lie of Brevard county.It Episcopal church, Tltusvllle, will meetat a prevent n every detail of the hanging was carried elll eem.
of fine trees from
peaches the
tfrs. N. Sounders, one of Eden's Is reported that Mr. W. II. Eng the residence of Mrs. L. A. Brad, nurseries of Grilling, grown Ilros.on planted only : out, This being< his first hanging, he Palm Beach, Fla., Is to ]havo another

iluent residents. was In town part lish has resigned; the position of mana- this (Friday" ) afternoon.Mr. hue year ago meat March. The peacheswere showed a marvelously strong< nerve. hotel. Mr. henry Muddock, of Brook
Sheriff of Brevard who
onday and Tuesday. ger of the MeFarland Fruit ProtectionCo Ernest Vanlandlngham: of this I much appreciated: this oilico. has.: recently Brown had some experience County along, lyn, N.' Y, Is going to built It. The contract
Tltn vllle,.aod that Mr. Arthur T. place who entered the at baa been let !Mr. M. J. Yarborough
Julte a number of oranges have been bicycle race I -We understand Mr. F A. Mnnn will I this line, was present to assist. Sheriff / to -
ale in town ,this week. They came Harris, of Boston- baa y accepted the posi Melbourne, on the Fourth, was fortunate soon takocha..lte of the Peninsula Breeze. Frohock In every way P088":Ie. of West Palm Beaoh, who I I.

Canaveral section, and are the earlyty. tion. enough to win the first prize. He Is a good and conscientious editor. pushing the work forward as rapidly a..*

Messrs! Hull & Martin ]have just Sailing, rowing swimming, dancing, Mr. Leonard Gill, manager of the Clar, possible. The hotel-which will cost.
CHANGE IN TIME TABLE. *75X>0 will contain 18,1: rooms it will
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aster Phillip Wright now holds built and furnished a neat building at lawn tennis, etc., are among the amusements endon Inn, Seabievze, has been In chargeof have Lake Worth;of Ifli'ft.
>osltlon of baggage master at the F. Jensen, which they have tilted up as ad in town this summer, which has the above paper a few weeks-since a frontage on be ,
with of I8lft. It will three
station at this place, vice Mi. Robt. Ice cream parlor, where all kinds of cool been pleasant and breezy so far Editor Davis left for other parts. The Florida East Coast Railway Co; stories a depth In height, and be fitted with all a
drinks and other good things are made a sudden change In their timetables
promoted. supplied Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White of White's modern
to the general public. -Mr. W. F. Jlbb telegraph operatorat lost Sunday, as follow i convenience

Secure reservations via Clyde Line the station of the F. E. C. Ry., Titus. Cottage. liocklodgo, spent the Sabbath: Train 83, for Miami and Intermediate Manager C. A. Merrltt late of Meiritt's

ers, between Jacksonville, New Pineapples are plentiful this season, vllle, Is In South Jacksonville, where be In our city, guests of Mn. Porter, at herpleasaat points, now leaves Jacksonville at 10:00( Ruthbuu hotel, Jacksonville I III already r
and we are pleased to note that the ADVOCATE to relieve Luff home on Third avenue. Mr.
was sent Agent man whole
and Boston, at; the ADVOCATE o'clock a. m., arriving at Tltusvlllo at doing a nice business. at Hotel Lexington '
has been white of the finest cabins in
Tltusvllle. again kindly remembered 111. owns one
: 8 :0. Va. and Inform
this time Bell of the hundred : Richmond we are
by Mr. J. S. State having over sixteen
tlrs. J. A, Lovelace, wife of Capt. Fort Pierce, who sends us a crate of fine Brother Freemasons are requestedto varieties shells.-Halifax Journal.Mr Train SO, from Jacksonville to New ed that he sots a table fit for ye gods.
lace, after spending a day or so In pineapples from his plantation.Mrs. note that there will be work to attendto Smyrna and intermediate points, loavesat The owner*-Messrs.. A. I). and H. T.

as the guest. of her aunt, Mrs. at the Lodge-room of Indian River W, S. Garvey, of Cincinnati, 0., 4:05: ; p. m. Atkinson-havo just purchased a big

ht, left for Miami and Key West on A. K. Wilson, who has been on Lodge No. 00, this (Friday) evening. A who owns an orange: grovo at Rocklodge; Train 78, from Miami and local point, piece of land opposite the Capitol square y

y afternoon last. a month's visit to her parents at Standard full attendance is requested. A supper accompanied by Mr. W. S. Belding/u arrives at Tltusvlllo at IM: p. m upon which they will build a fine up-to-

Fla., returned to Tltllllville yester will follow at the Indian River hotel Jersey City, N. J., were In town a short Train 32, from New Smyinn and Intermediate date hotel. Itnaldenta of Florida and
Ir. Stanley Kltchlng:, of Stuart who day. Mrs. Wilson was accompanied by while yesterday. They left for Rockledge points arrive at Jacksonvilleat Georgia should stop at tbe Lexington
een advertising a bicycle for sale In.DVOCATE her Miss who -Mr. J. II. Wynn one of the enter tbe 1000. .
sister Frank P. Stewart of on the aO6 p. m. train same day when visiting Richmond. Head the ad.
writes yesterday, asins will remain for a five or six weeks' visit. prising merchants Fort Pierce, was a and will start for tho north In a day or so. Trains from Tltusvlllo Sanford and on our 7th page.
: "Please take out my wheel ad. passenger on 8uoday'seouthbouod train, Intermediate points, leaves here at 7: old, and the pink paper is the me- -It has been whispered around town en route home. Mr. Wynn has been suffering -Mr. Geo. B. Rumph, manager of Mr. a., in., returning to Tltusvtllo at 1:20: p.m. Mr. II. Koch perlfer's now hotel), the
i to advertise in..' this week.that Judge D. L. Gaulden. of from ear trouble and bad beento E. I* Brady's store at Miami, and a Breakers, Soabreuxr, wan formally opened
this place, has purchased the fine piece Jacksonville and ftl. Augustine to former resident of Tltusvllle who went on the 4th Instant. The manager,

Hr. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, who of property recently owned by Dr. Jlllen consult specialists.Mr. on n vocation to Indluu Spiings aud JENSEN BANK OPENED. Mr, G. A Pacetti, kindly sent out Invitation

'''been spending several days at the of DeLand. We are pleased to note that Llthla Spring, Ga a few week ago, Is *, which were responded to In parson
nental hotel Atlantic Beach, was anger some of our townspeople are making O. W. Orabb and daughter, Miss said to bu III In the hospital at Atlanta. by a great manv. In all, It I I. said there e'
Much to the of
Edith of Cocoa were on !Suo.day' pleasure the pineapple
southboundlie passengers
on Tuesday's hoar of his
money. We hope to recover) ere were nearly 400 perilous who attended
suuthbound train route home growers In the pineapple section, the
reports business as being In a en ,
lung the of tho
suing condition at this hotel. Ky"" We 'are tar-dsy sending out billsto after a week's visit In Live Oitk. and Lake new bank at Jensen, called the Planters' opening hotel. Dancing was

delinquent subscriber, and we trust. City.: They report having bad an enjoy -Th sale of the R. C. Doom property Security Bank, which Is a branch of the Indulged In to their heart' content, an ,

Ir R. II. Seymour, one of Klsslm- those In arrears will remit the small abe: visit but say It Is a /great deal at Tltuivllle, look place un Monday, a* Indian River Stale Dunk of Tltusvllle! Is orchestra' from 8t. Augustine furnishingthe :

> prominent lawyers was among the amount owing as early as possible. The warmer In that part of the State: than on previously advertised In these. column now open and already doing A good business. music. Ice cream, cake, sandwichesand

ant callers at this office the first of subscription (hardly three cents per the Indian River. The sale was by public Auction to the Mr. Cha. S. Scliiiylur: who baa coffee were liberally supplied durIng t

week. He had been attending to week), singly, Is quite small, but In the highest bidder, and tLe !goods were been fur several the popular and niuoh- the evening, ; and vocal and Instru 4

important law oases before Judge aggregate It amounts to a good deal to -Mr. J. L. Wright, of thin place, a knocked down to W, G. Prink and F. A. respected cashier at the Titusville bank, mental music also helped to while away
Jones *.!OOOO being involved In former employee of the Florida East the time very pleasantly. On the whole
us. Losley for the sum of f:oO.OO. SheillT I I. lu charge of the Jensen bank
tilt Coast Hallway Co., is now In the employ Joseph P.Brown had charge of the property It In probable that Mr. Scbuyler will the opening of the Breakers U said to
Manager; J. G.- Bast of the Indian of the Plant System having' been have been a grand success.
I for the deceased man' his from Tltii vllle to Jensen
at curator move family
'hos. Snell of Indian River'sknown
one River hotel at this place will serve a appointed agent at Paradise near Gaines
,
( Doom) estate which our residents will much regret The famous Homestead hotel at Hot
-citizens, was down for the complimentary luncheon in the dining- I vII tI. Mr. Wright Is a energeticand : y ,
th, accompanied by his little son, room of his hotel to-nlght (Friday), at hard worker, and we wish very him sue -Mr. and Mrs. J O. Walton, and :Master Springs, Va., under the able manage (' 1
r, who carried off honors and 10 his fellow members of Indian mcnt of Mr. Fred manager of the
easy o'clock to ce.llin his new office. Claude Walton ate still t*)Iug In SIerr1j
rst prize In the boys' foot race, and River Lodge No. 00, Free and Accepted Brooklyn, N. Y., where Mr. Walton I I" hipping Irian. Ioyal I Polnulatia Ireakerll. Palm y
Wards defeated a challenger.-West Masons.. Mr. Bast authorizes us -Mr. Winston S. Brannmir, assistant busily *!nn ged having all sizes. of hi* llOMch, was burned to tbe ground last

Beach Sun. to .state thttt all visiting members) of the cashier of the Indian River /State Batik, patent ,locking,: piilley-biiiok mitda Flaking in tbe neighborhood of Titus week. The fire started In the bakery

craft are cordially Invited. Tltnsvlllo, who ha been enjoying visit preparatory to Its being ilwceil on exhibition vllle Is again Improving This weeknenily about midnight. The blaze spread very
Ir. S. B. well
Symmes, Cnurtenay'n of a couple of weeks with his mother atlrern rapidly awl the guest were promptly
at the 1'm.Am"rlcl&n. This HO barrel of mullet and otherlUli
n merchant stopped over here from Mrs. L. B. Chatfleld of New Haven Is have patent notified and In their
( CoveSpilngs; reported to escaped-many
have been tiers
Is to revolutionize thing In the shipped from by ex
ay until Tuesday en route to Bos- Conn., who owns a tine orange grove at Kultitd con.lderably In weight since be iiulley-b'uok gong' line and already big sum This will he the cause of putting night clothes. There were several narrow LI

> ailS, on a couple of months' vaoaHe at South Rocklcdge: says .she has renteda stalled cm his vacation; and lie Is feeling leave been otlereel for the patent rights quite press.a few dollars. la circulation around escapes. It I Is said that most of the ,

may visit the Pan American cottage at Mlnlckoe, Maine, for the w, tecttperated that he will return to ,lu this and other where guet lost their jewels and trunks. The h
town
Billon ere returning.! We acknow- summer; and while It Is In a beautiful Tltusvllle to-morrow" or Sunday: to re- cuts have beun taken countries out by Mr, Walcon.pat Toss I I. about .:JOOOClO, which nearly
a pleasant call while In town.e IrIca'lon-nverlookIDjf Caso Bayou the covered The Homstead
sum his position In the bank on Monday Wanted. A Colored<< Woman. by Insurance.
want to draw the attention of weather of lute has been the hottest ever next. will be re-built a* quick) all possible.Greenleaf .
known nt that How different It Place Your Life I With the well known
lutnerous readers along the East place nun ranee Colored woman lo do chamber work A Crosby, jeweler
,
and the state In must be to the nice, cool breeze we Time la of Jacksonville, were big loser In.
throughout gen Money. The Mutual Life Insurance wash and Iron for restaurant, wages f 12
have been experiencing on Indian River the .1
to the advts. of the live and ener- month. reo

business men who are bidding for this summer. Our northern renders Save both by ordering your building Co..of New York. Why? per K. A. Jolt 'IMTOIf. Manager B. W Sperry, the proprietor
should watch the IT. weather
$ report
re of your patronage In the columns material of.Uzu. Fort Pierce Fla. of the Uuval hotel, Jacksonville whom
e ADVOCATE. If you are In needy published In the ADVOCATE every week. : F. PADDISOJT, Ecu Gallle. 1. Because It Is the .' company In the ADVOCATE recently referred to a*

| particular line of goods, the pink -Miss Kate Prltchard, who has been America. having purchased the Grand View hotel,

will toll you the best place to buy on a visit of several months' duration Notice. 2. Became It could buy out any other AMONG THE HOTELS. on Forsytu and Clay street, Jacksonville -

Read the ads. with her sister IU n. F. T. Budge, at company, lock stock and barrel and ha leased the property to )fe....*.

jtr. and Mrs. John C. Jones, who Miami, returned home on Saturday last, have:23: million dollar left.; Where to stop along the East Coast liariJIixfc Wheeler, of Heudeisonvllle, N.
({recently married in Titusville, left much to the delight of her many friends. Notice Is hereby given that at the reg 3. Because Its premium are less than' See list of hotels on 7tb page O. The lease U for five years, and oar
Miss Kate her visit to Miami was a ular meeting of the Town Council of Tl rival rlo with It the furniture and
says any company.
|elr plantation at Klondike on Tnesfternoon. 1 Tbe ADVOCATE: I III now on file fat ail afpolnt. I
tusville to be held on the 6rh day of
and she It It In sash ,
the very pleasant one enjoyed 4. Because !guarantees more monty of the hotel. All the r
A of I the best hotel In New York
of this great many couple the whole time she wa In the county August. A. Ij. IfX'l' a vote of the Connell for your policy If yon want tti sell It city and fitting are In flrst-olaM condition

I at the station popular to bid your them g adieu town of Dade, for the residents gave hera will be taken on proposition to lev). after tbe 3rd year, than any other Where to stop In Tltnsvlllef See TI. Uardln A Wheeler are manager of the

Is the train moved out there was right royal welcome from the time of a special tax of three mills on the assessable company. tusvllle hotel and boarding house ads on Wheeler, a well-known tourist hostelry

erable waving of handkerchiefs here arrival to that of her departure. property In the town for tbe purpose 0. Because It will lend you more money our 7th page of Henderaonvllle, N. C which an Air

hnds Miss Pritchard will entertain the members of securing Fire Protection for tbe on your policy after the 3rd year, than VOOATK representative bas visited an<|
; It was too late for rice and within the town. The Seaside Inn, timtbreece, ,U now
of the Titusville Progressive Cal property otber found date. One of tbe
Ippers. friends any company quit up-to- mem
Their under the
numerous managementofMr.il.F. .
Jons R. WALKER.Chairman : 0. Because It refuses. to Insure sickly open beraoltb.firm It I.I
to In ture Club on Mood.yafternoon. Mr. Bardln thought,
see Mr. and Mrs. Jones again Board Aldermen Stewart, who I* known to the ADVOCATE
people or Impaired lives, a. do some will personally conduct the Grand View.
L no distant date.Sailboat a* a popular v
TltuHvllle Fla., July 2, 1001. other companle vary manager Tbe Heoderaonvllle hotel U owned by

Goata For Sale. 7_. Beean.e Ita dividends are ALWATs The Hygela hotel Block Island, R. I., the father the Mr. Wheeler tbe firm,

For Sale. Notice. _.; &eitb.-th; H'of c.ther-compao ;.. under the management of Randall who I I. a capitalist of Newberry 8. C.

Have -pasture overstocked-want 8. Because It ha. paid, to date, 4:1: mil- Dbsmplln, Is I now open and doing good Mr. Bardln bits visited the Eat Coast OB

rOO sailboat can now be bought for to sell 40 or 44 bead Hone dollars In dividends, more to policy .' bnvlnei A letter to the ADVOOATB several oooanlon' and I I. known: to the

For particulars address J. R. LEATHIRMAH: : TITUSVIU.E FLA., June J9, l00J.J bolder than any otber company say the prospects at this botel this summer proprietor of the ADVOCATE. Messrs.Usrdln +

II. Kawur' 2t Wabasao, Fla. wish. the poblle to know that I have 9. Because lu assets are million of dollar are very bright 4 Wheeler'. ad. for their llendenonvllle -

Pomona Fla. sold out my photograph business and all larger than the assets of any other Hotel Coquina, Ormond-by8.s, will be hotel, will be found on our i it

Wire and Nail my negative to Major F. M.Taylor who company. for guest this Vine fish 7th page We have not been Informed
will carry It on In the future. In our 10. Beauty Its Income I* much larger open summer. an to the date of the opening of the Grand
l' Sugar and Rice Barrel.. close association of the past few month than that of any other company. Ing bathing, ulllnic and driving. Kate View, Jacksonville. If
A loadto ,2 day '8 to $12 week. Further
For Pineapple Shedding. car per per (
: I feel confident that I can recommendhim 11. Because .It ha* paid 1W: million of
sale. ; arrive about August lit Price will particular of D. B. Mathemra Manager
[ Address, to my heretofore patron a* a careful dollar mm to policy bold... In death
Hotel Coquina Ormond Fla. e Hotel Wanted.
WALTM A. Vooaa, Interest you. Write me. and conscientious workman who claims, cash value, dlvMeod, ass,
.8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Gao F. PADDIHO. Eau Gallle. will endeavor to pleaM and do satisfactory than any otber compao,.. Manager 8. If. Peck, of the New Arlington '

bu.IOMIt as be ba bad several 12. Because It I* strictly Mutual company hotel, Petoekey, Mich. and the Wanted, good hotel somewhere on

at II. Whlpple'. Eden Fox Terrier for Sale. years' experience la tb. art, and Ie OeJ ,and every policy sbaree eqlutably Hotel Plax. Itookled.., Fla., ba opened the Bait: Coast, for winter eon.
novice. I am also confident you will In the profit e.rned-betarr paid Just summer hotel for thl* Mason. Several Address. W.-it. CHAMFLI,

ffor'oar Ladle- Shoes Bandies Two English fox: terriers for Ale, very bold him In am high regard a* yon have exactly what his policy ba .raed-DO hundred Invitation were cent out to attend Hygela Hotel, Block Island, K. I. tit

ord Ties; also Gentleman' and fine dogs- Jack and Gill. Will sell for been kind enough to exprea of myself more, no hew tbe opening ball and reception the ")

(hoes of the beat makes fa fact $30 the pair. U liven the opportunity of proving his CECIL WILOOT J. W. CORVEE 4th of July, which wa a grand .cceas. -If you want good results you will

1 find better article*than are kept W. J. TUCKJa.Fan : worth. Yours truly, General Agent. AgentJacksonvlle The Elgin: Military Band fnmlsbed the find the ADVOCATE an excellent adv.r',

ommon country tore. Pierce, FT*. 17.20 W. M. WOOD'W.aD. Fla. Ban OaJlU, Fla. music for the occasion. This hotel eoo- Using medium. I "

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,' rJS JLlN ))1 OI\ TRICKS OF BARNSTORMERS. BOOMVILLE HOMELETS.Copyright Towers' Hardware Co HANNE :ROB

I' It How They Are Sometime Compelled ( 1900, by O. B. Lewi]
r 'N V
00 "One of the old along phrases of the partment. At the present time the

stage" said Muggles, who used to be only conveniences for lighting the lurid and Wine Merchants
c.umme\
Ii a good actor "was 'to pong. This destroyer are a stepladder and an old Liguor

t 1 w 5INESS.: means, or used to mean using ;your bucket without a handle. Let us not ,

la ., wake when It Is too late.
playing a part
own languagthllt up
a _Oldest house in the city.-
:, _I Iii C.XDe eliwtI without cues of the proper lines, relying -- '

,I'' ,...0tf. only upon a knowledge of tho We received a call a day or two since ,

"I, 0"' ,.....At:1"-" play to carry you through. Years ago from Mr. Sam Norton, who lost a dollar Wholesale Distributors pf Lemps' St. Louis B Bed

rfIi on the road there used to be some highly on Main street a few weeks ago end
'
I' -fi- + ludicrous situations in consequenceof has not recovered it up to date. lie OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES,
eirNNNNFnNUM
J. a new play being produced in a may never recover It. but be has the
,\ W -' -. hurry. The stage manager, however, consolation of knowing that the dishonest r Call or send for Prices.I.P.RRY .
k;' o..A.
1: > had a wonderful genius for patching finder will not go to heaven ,, "' ,. .
I up a bitch. When circumstances were along with the rest of us. '. '' ..
be would sometimes lower < MASON:: &
necessary a : ; : Co
1o.Ki.L.:1 front scene and tell the low comedian It now transpires that Mr. John Grls- < <. : ,

: -.:Q.w.-u mtot end chambermaid to go on and 'keepIt ] comb's year-old baby did not swallowa .. -Importers and Wholesale Dealers In-
'
up' and while they did so be would.l pair of scissors as stated in our last l .. y ,,

. ---- .-, -- arrange how the play bad to be con Issue. What It got away with was half and

tlnued. a dozen tacks and a brass thimble but Poultry Netting at Factory prices Wines Liquors Cigars
NOVEL ROAD BUHDING.Indiana .
"Of course actors are expected to the doctor anticipates no malign re ,
,
12 In. 18 in. 241n. 30 In. 48 in. 00 in.
i Farmer Combln to amore help one another out of a difficulty, sults. Boomvllle cherubs bave healthy

G...... IIIK......,... but at times old grudges were paid off appetites. and 72 in. wide. A large stock on hand Fox-n.Cla1.o:: p-u.x-o Rpoa

1{ The farmers of Fulton county Ind., For Instance I remember on one' occasion Building Material Sash Doors Blinds Second District of
Co.
,, Distilled Ferndale Distilling Kentucky.
a letter bad to be read In one The editor of this paper while on bin by aged(

h 1 l are highway fully tbnt alive can to the be traveled advantage over of In a scene. Unfortunately this letter could way to the postofflce the other day Paints and-Oils.? Cook Stoves. heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration. Thesegi,

not be found so a 'dummy'-that Is, was picked off his feet and thrust heat are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and are regarded bjt'
of the
comfort at any season year. PLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
a blank sheet-was sent on the stage. medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of invalids.
'I, Annually they have a sort of road 1
building bee In which all take part and 'Say, dad,' said the actor who had Tinware Agricultural Implements, FERNDALK RYE is put up in plain cases containing no marks whatever'trOt
to read the letter It blank..bere'a House Furnishings, Etc.
seeing
a* a consequence nearly every neighborhood FULL QUARTS in each case, and delivered to yon all charges prepaid, at Heft
" a letter for you. You had bet Write for prices before buying. .
now baa Ita stretch of good case:
lowing prices per
ter read It yourself as I am sure It I
: Opened with full stock at oldjstand.:
road. With the graders the farmers contains good news.' 38 East Bay Street Ferndale, A, 7 years old, 320. Ferndale A A, 8% years old .1.70..

'f use It takes but a short time to grade "But 'dad' tumbled to the occasion JACKSONVILLE, 0 . 0 FLA.Fotey's Ferndale, A A A, 10 years old, -1.20. Money refunded is not entirely laUsl( ,
; a road, and make It ready for the
gravel. The gravel Is obtained from and replied: 'No. Tom you read It. :: 3ARRY:: :MASON: : & CO
I've mislaid spectacles:
the nearest pit and I la, paid for by the my Honey and Tar
301-307-300-811 West Bay Street Mason Block.
'Bless me: said Tom 'It Is written I State Agents. ,

I' township truewe.w so badly I can't make out a word of It. heals lungs and stops the cough. JACKSONVILLE FI.ORli
As BOOQ a* everything |Is |10 readiness '
Here Nelly read it.
for the work to begin lowe one Is appointed you WANTEO-Trustworthy men and women to --
"The unsuspecting Nelly takes the travel and advertise for old entalHInhed. horse
p'I to direct It. Subscription papers of solid financial Handing. Salary *780 a year
letter; and seeing It blank says: 'No ;
are circulated one asking for and expenses. all payable In caali.. No canvaaatog FOR $3.20.
n father bad better read it He will bo required. Give references. and enclose *elfaddrewied ..
? cash and others for donations of labor.
Address Manager
able to make It out better. I'll and stamped envelope.
The time for the labor Is Died for a fetch your spectacles. I know go where 366 Caxton Bldg" Chicago. aug9 Sent to us by Express postofflce order or New York Exchange, we i

period of open weather during the win send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
f they are. And off she goes. I
ter. It Is common for the farmers to : BANNER R SALVE
"The old man Is again equal to the FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
build a mile of road during one healing
reason occasion and calls out to her: 'Never I the most ..Iveln the world.
and the completion of each section e
mind bringing them Nelly. I'll come the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
seem to make the people more anxious:
Summer Excursion RatesTo
and get them: Then he walked off and
it to build another. Often the business
the stage manager bad to rearrangethe Boston Providence New York Baltimore -
,
men of towns on a road .contribute to Calhoun Pure
Old 1
scene. Washington, Point Comfort Rye Whiskey
,. the cause. This county now has some "Yes. sir; there's a lot In the theatrical TH8 POSITION: WAS DrQ1fI1I'IKD. Ocean View Virginia Beach and Portsmouth
of the best permanent roads In the
business outsiders as offered by the Seaboard AirLine
state, and they have all been built under you neve attractive. We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (which will avoid ill nl
dream of."New York Times. : flrst into an empty barrel in front otStrong' Railway are especially ment.) When you get It and tent It if It Is not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXm'811
this.plan. From Jacksonville-$17.80 to Boston and your '3.20 will be cheerfully refllmled. This Whiskey Is as good as any .B.OO goods In Uenul
grocery. The thruster was Providence; $43.30 to New York; $36.30 We are clone at band and can Rive you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant hOIl.... Hi b
y A Dead F".c."In the Window She Declined Abner Green who bad been drinkingand to Baltimore: $30.20 to Washington: $33 been doing business In this city and at the same stand for over IB YEARS, and ao to on B
FONBIBlClT Y AND REPUTATION, for honest dealing, we refer to merchant ben, J
Few American bave you any or
lb Crockford the proprietor of a well youths careers was In a jokeful mood. We trust .20 to Old Point Comfort' Ocean View, the editor of this paper.
known London gambling house was made for them. Those who deplore : It may not'happen again. The position Virginia Beach and Portsmouth and re SOLOMON & LEVI,

;thi3 made_ to play a queer role after be wan this tact and _shun the stings of self: I was undlgnLfled. turn. Tickets on sale daily, good return- 1028 & i930 First Avenue
/;;l aeaa. When one or urocKioru- norsca effort may nna tonic in the reply or a Ing up to Oct. 31>t, 1001. These excursion ,
l was poisoned just before the Derby western girl to an offer of marriage. We are sorry to say that we missed rates apply via Portsmouth and P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALL I

"be misfortune brought on an attack A young! ,man of more book learnIng the Item last week about a cow breaking steamer only. Hlmllwr rates from other
NOTICE!":We pay Express Charges: to all points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS'
Florida points. Two dally trains between
, of apoplexy which proved fatal within than force of character lost the through the Looking Glass river PAXY but to points on linos of other Express Companies, we prepay only to plnu.b
1 48 hours. Now many of Crock- young wife who had tolled to support bridge and breaking her leg but we Florida points and Portsmouth Jacksonville.; morningand Southern Express Company transfers to said other Express Company.

: lord's friends had staked large Bums him returned to his native town for are In time to announce that It was her evening departure from
( For Informa.tlonflte A. O. MacDonnel -
i on' another of the gambler's horses, consolation and found it. Some months left bind leg and that she Is owned by any) A G. P. A. Jacksonville Fla.
; e = .AS. :sr.: -cr:: ILxE 5s CO.
Farmer .,
which. was a favorite for the Oaks and later she too. passed away, and the Savage. lie thinks be can

Iy Irhicb wan Unqualified by the death sad youth soon appealed: to a well amputate the leg and save ber life. sit *; ate W. nay St., JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA. *
On Your Way Home
l of the owner. Only the people In the known clergyman for assistance In
1 gambling bouse knew of Crockford'a finding a helprm\te. Among those who remembered the Stop at Camden, S. C., Southern Pines ,

death and It wan resolved to keep Ita The minister Introduced him to a struggling but undaunted editor lad and Plnehnrst, N. C. Call at city ticket

secret until after the race. western girl of health and energy week was Mrs. Jason., Williams. She office of the Seaboard Air Line Railway

i The servants were bribed and sworn who the next day received a plaintivenote brought' In a pound of butter and a 20l! West Bay street, Jacksonville, f .r

to secrecy, and the conspirators on from the widower. lIe declared basket of potatoes and could she bave accommodations Information regarding elegant hotel

hl the day after the night upon which that tho Lord had made- great Inroads seen the tears. In our wlfe'a eyes aa wecarried L p LIO

Crock ford died bnd the body placed In upon his marital affections and It now the luxuries home she would - -

i a chair lit a window, BO that people returning seemed to be his will that she would I have felt amply rewarded. We love to A Poaalbl ft.......

from the track could see the repair the breaches of his life. be an editor, and we love our subscrib Frpdd le'll father bad lust t h..n MI-UK-

t i gambler sitting/ there. lIe was fixed! The reply, which the clergyman : ers. M. QUAD. gllng wltb
I f up to look as lifelike as possible and keeps today as one of the choicer and retiring ilfUfurirn l from an unsurrppsful -

through tho window and partially concealed specimens of a varied collection reads Cruel Chrlatopha, effort to (11"11(10' of Im rom
q I simply: There seems to hare been nothing to
from view by the curtains lonk1 pnrtrui'DtH lie movi-d to the window
1 ;1 red so natural that no one of the greatcrowd "Mend your own breeches.Youth'aCompanlon. appeal to In the "Emperor" Chris- and looking I out uixm Hi- lowering sky
I tophe's nature. Bravery humility all *
E which came cheering/; by tho exclaimed. ;
alike failed to touch him. lie had no /
house when their from "It's
on return seeing mighty strong lint the weather '
Crock ford's horse win the Oaks Hot to Make Flab cavort bowels of mercy. lit was out day bureau cun't give' un a change of

ih: 1 suspected the trick. Make a sauce of one teaspoonful on the battlements of Haiti with a weather.1' Four Full

The next day It was announced thnt each of butter and flour and one CUll[ youth who perhaps presuming on put "Maybe. shyly iutprpowd Kreddje. Quarts Delivered for $3,2 G

i Crockford was dead but It was years of hot milk In whlcn a "pea" of soda favors.. in some manner displeasedhim. "they -an't open(" the bureau drawers." _6 of the same $4.50. J 12 of the same $9.00.
The drop from these sheer walls
has
t before the true story leaked out. been dissolved. Cook until smooth -Weekly Bouquet ::, ,,
and then add a gill of strained tomato Is 2.000 feet to the plain below. "You All goods are put up in plain boxes-no marks on the same to show conteifc

'1 L Faithful Shepherd Do... liquor a half teaspoonful of salt and a are. of course about to die" said Chris- Ad.I.... Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.

+ j 1 A cold spell In Montana killed a dust of cayenne Stir In last one and a topbe, "but I will be kind to you. You "Young man." warn s Senator SO!" bum.

I sheep herder in the Great Falls district. half cup of flaked cold cooked fish shall have a choice of deaths. Either "If you wan to HI' -nil ID politics

Two feet of snow covered the toes and stir until the fish Is heated you throw yourself over here or the never break your WOI'" "

range In places, and the thermometer through and serve on crisp buttered soldiers shall shoot you." "But are there not times'when It Is If You Have Not
lv" indicated 40 degrees below sera toast The young/ man chose to fling himself' ImpoHslble to keep a promise?"

I The herder was frozen to death ont __..n.,_ __ __ _____ ______ __... __ Into space. But by a miracle he fell I 'To be sure. But you most make .
the prairies while caring for the sheep among some trees or bushes on the your arrangements so that you don't

and It was three days before his fate cliff side and so escaped wltb a broken break _the promise yourself. Put the,

p was known to his employers. Two arm. He gathered himself up somehow blame on somebody else."-Washing Found What You Want t

shepherd dogs were with him when be and presented himself again before ton Star. . ..

i' died, and one of these staid with bin the emperor. "Your bidding has .
I body while the other attended to the been done, sire" be said.Yes, It No ...oDbl.. For
a Home it
look
4 "I suppose ;you take a trip down and
has, remarked suppose MM the
t sheep, just as though the herder had Chrlstophe. "and I visitor. "lt' Fruit and Garden
4.1 been with htm. The dog drove them am very much Interested to find that like pulling teeth to get any money Lands along the

,; out on the range In the morning and you survive., Oblige me by trying If out of your husband these days" East
back again at night guarding them J ;you can do It again!"-"Where Black "Ob." chlpp.! lo little Tommy be- : CoastSettlers

from wolves and preventing them from Rules White, Haiti." by; Prlchard. fore his mother* could apeak.) "ma don't

straying off. Neither dog bad anything have any trouble pullin teeth. She
? ( I to eat during the three days'vigil B. St..... the Port**. lust takes 'em out and puts 'em In a are flocking In but still there Is room. If Soo'
I On one occasion Sims Beeves, the glass."-Philadelphia looking this
F so far as could be ascertained, Krcord. way drop a line to
1 I 1FSAN famous tenor, was stranded at a country -
I but the 2,000 sheep thrived as well ap-
directed Junction, waiting for a train. It fief .1..1. JAS. E. INGRAHAM aid Vice-Fre.ldent
parently as though by human ,
was cold and miserable and the singer Fatbto..rou beard my daughter sing
1 agency The singular fact about the ILL OMEN Li i last ? FLORIDA EAST COAST
matter Is that these faithful creatures was naturally not In the best of tem ., night R'T
pers. While chewing the cud of ArtistYea.FatherDid. F
would have starved to death rather disappointment ST. AUGUSTINE,
: (}t than barm one of the sheep left In Think the wife to have the weddingring an old railway, porter who you observe the birdlike

ii their charge.-Portland Oregonian I slip to happen.from the" Anger 'Something la going recognized him from the published portraits ,quality of ber notes?
f +' v vw w r\r: r r r r r r r f f" *
i 1 ) Something I la Aaf nti",. That ring entered the waiting; room. Artlat-&h-er-teem are so many

H. ror. *T. Twal*. could hardly be pulled from the anger "Good evening Mr. Sims Reeves," he kinds of birds don't you .know?-Detroit Nine-
when it waa put there few said. Free Press.
i a year ago..
f Many years ago/ the Montana club In Now it atipa off by it* own weight How HERBINE
i ( entertained Mark Twain after thin the finger have grown I And the "Good evening, my man" replied tblll -
t I'I'a' lecture. lie met many old, friends finger don't grow. thin alone. How thin vocalist getting ready the- necessary How to BOB. a ...... Tenths

r 3t b there and one old enemy. The latter the face I la and how thin the once plump tip. But the man sought for Information I Remove head and tail cut flab down
bad all the from form. Almoxt nnconaciouaiy the wife rather than tips. front and back and remove backbone of
come Virginia
way ha been fading and .
waitingaway. The Pure
l CIty Nov. on purpose to settle an old I strength given to children haa never been "They tell me you earn a heap of first then side bones. Season with Juices from Natural Roofc

core. When the glasses were filled [ regained. Drains which should have been money" he remarked. salt and pepper and put together. The all l the

and Mark's health proposed this man topped have been neglected. "OhF murmured Mr. Reeves. lab will not appear to have been boned.

Interrupted the proceedings by saying: women That, i I..onle a .common aome friend experience haa ahared with "And yet" pursued the porter, ";you Cut Into desired size pieces dip Into REGULATES the Liver Stomach and Bowels,

"Hold on a minute. Before we go fur with them the secret of the strengthening- don't work bard. Not so hard aa I do. beaten egg then Into bread crumbs. PeopleSuffer the System Purifies the Blood
t and healing power of Dr. Pierce' Favorite for instance. But I Fry golden brown ]
ther I want to say to ;you. Bam Clemens dessay you earn In deep, hot lard.

: that you did me a dirty trick over dries Prescription.the drain.It which regulates undermine the period.the, p'raps ten times what I do-ehr* Garnish with parsley and sliced lemons. r Malaria !
Constipation!
( there in Silver City and I've come trengtb. heal inflammation and ulcera- "What do you earn)" asked the CURES Biliousness, 1

here to have a settlement with Hon and cure female weakness It make singer. from Stomach and Digestion
ith you.
; a Impaired ]
bbY'a How to Cook
Tbere was a deathly silence for u the advent practically "aiD Ie.. and 'Eighteen shillings a week all the LT-OOBKJ.. Trip. ,
vigor and One
give
vitality to minting mother pound of cooked
moment when Mark said In his deliberate "Word cannot tell how year round said the porter. tripe cut In DiseasedLiver.
grateful I am for small
drawl: "Let's ee. That-was your kind xivtce and .<*..! medlNnea" writes. Sims Ite res opened his cheat "'Do, pieces two tablespoonfuls of but Every Bottle Guaranteed fIJ( Give Satisfaction.

before-I-reformed, wasn't-It?" Co.lira*..Ontario.John Cooke"I,have of Muting been in Northumberland poor health for re. ml-
Senator Sanders suggested that Inasmuch four yeses back anil this pring got *o bad I ing a rlngtof top- one. '"There my pepper. Put the onion Price GO Cento.
could not do tny" work. I went to the doctor and and butter In the. frying and
i I t n- as the other fellow had never reformed he ald I had ulcerntlon and falling of the man; there's your year's"salary gone" the onion pan. when
i 1 r' Clemens and all the others internal oi an*. but thought I would try Tour The amazed< railway'man gazed wonderlngly turns yellow put In the tripe Prepared by JAMES' P. BALLARO. SL louis i MOo

present forgive him and drink together, three Hararit of the Prescription.Golden 'Helical f look DI..ry'a.. bottle and and at the singer for a full min salt and cook Ore minutes season with ; Yid

which aU Bid. one vial of Dr. Pierce'. Pellets, aud I can aafely ute. Then: as though his thoughts pepper and vinegar and serve on -
ay that I never fell better In my life." were "far too deep for words." be crIsp pieces of toast. Fine
silently
A Ladiea' Laialive-Dr. Pierce'. Pleasant Job Work Execute!
-Job Printing of all kinds executed Pellet. One aingle, amaU pellet i* a resumed his prosaic occupation. -When writing Quickly

at the Anvocaxltoffice.: Send your order. laxative doae. Golden Penny, mention the ADVOCATE.advertisers please i

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE JULY 12, 1901. !g t ,

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t rofessional Cards. A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. I

MAYONNAISE. DRESSING. To Mothers of WORK IN THE KITCHEN.
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EO. M. BOBBINS, Something New ITurtor The San." How to Make This IV..........,. Component ,
Flow the Labor of W..hlna Pota and :
All doctors have tried to cure Catarrh of Certain Salad. Large FallJiliesIn P... !May n. 1.I.bC."d. M1cA

.ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR by the use of powders, acid gases, Inhalers Mix one teaspoon of mustard, one Take a now whisk broom and clennsoit

AT-LAW. and drugs In paste form. '1'belrpowr teaspoon powdered sugar one-hall thoroughly In a hot suds; dry It nUll
ders dry up the mucuoim membranes teaspoon salt i\nd one-fourth tPlu'pooncnyE'uu
this world few
workaday women hang It ou a nail over the sink where
practice In State and United States causing them to crack and bleed. In small bowl
open u or
saucepanset are so placed that physical exertion ,
It U within easy reach At mealtime.as .
The 1
Court. have powerful acids used In the Inhalers Into a large pan of Ice water. Add is not constantly demanded! of them in you dish the food for the table, set '

Office at TITUSVII.I.K, FLA.L. entirely eaten away the same mem the yolks of two raw vggs{ : and stir their daily life. "fall AXL
branes that theIr makers have aimed to the kettle In which It cooked liumediately > II
well with u small wooden; It We make special appeal to mothersof r
while spoon lr. the sink and draw It full
cure
paste and ointments cannot families
large whose work i III
GAULDEN, roach the dlso.iso. An old and exper the yolk thickens at OUCB and can beheld and many of whom suffer neverdone and of water so that every part which the nd light loads. 1

I. lanced practltloneer who has for many on the spoon. you may be quite suffer fur lack of Intelligent aid.. food. has touched, will\ be In souk. Kettles '
ATTORNKT-AT-LAW years made a close study and of sure that the oil will uuite r with It readily
specialty To women, young or old, rich or that are left to stand uuwashed(
jl I practice In all the Courts of the state the treatment of CATARRH, has at lout but If the yolk swtus tbln and watery poor, we extend an Invitation to accept without any water In them during the, :

(urlila, and the.United States Courts perfected a treatment which when faithfully and spreads all over the, pun It free advice. Oh, women do not let mealtime hour are ten lines the trouble QRLASEood
II i Box,238. TITUSVILLE, FLA. used, not only relieves at once, but will\ take very slow and careful manipulation :
to clean afterward. It takes only
permanently CATARRH
cures
by removing
Money to Loan. 18 to make a perfect emulsion. 1:111
the cause, stopping the discharges a moment to turn the faucet, and the
and curing Inflammation.) It Is the Have ready and measured one pint I Kettle will\ l>e full probably by the time
J. WEBB of olive oil. that runs on wheels,
two
tablespoons vinegarand
only remedy known to science that actually you have emptied the next one. Trent I

reaches the afflicted parts. This two tablespoons! lemon Juice. -Itw the frying pans-everything) III which i ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: wonderful remedy is known as "SNUF Pour a teaspoonful of oil Into the you have cooked-In the saute WII,)'. Sold Everywhere. '

ill FLES the GUARANTEED CATARRH bowl and tip It so the oil will\ \ stay at 4!.. h.. best. have f
is If
practice In the Courts of the "tli Hot water tilt you agool ..... t>r STANnARn OIL CO.
CURE and
jult. Taxes paid for non-residents is sold at the extremely low the Iqwer. edge. Gradually take It into sired boiler you can easily spareenough ... .J

elite and accounts collected. .price of One Doll.ir-each package containing the egg as you stir and wju-u It disappears ( Nt from It. f [t
Internal and c-
external medicine ,
add another spoonful. And II
so .
9V7LI.K, FKOBIDA. sufficient for a full month's treatment C % When you are ready to begin washIng 4 [
go: on adding oil more and more each ,
and the utensils take tho whj.ik broomand i'
everything necessary to perfect use. Q If You Arc OoluJr North M
"SNUFFLES" is the only perfect CA- time until when It Is thick like batter run It around the kettle, removing

D. PENNEY, TARRH CURE ever made and Is now you may add It by the tablespoonful all the bits of food that cling\ to the This summer, see the.I't'clllll'xcnrllion I '
recognized the and at last by the quarter cupful. Lie rates that me ottered by the ESuabonrd ,
as only safe and positivecure edge of It; then around the sides and I r '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, for that annoy ing and dl ustl nit dis careful to stir In each portion until the bottom In the same way. Youtwlll find Air Line Hallway\ to tilt principal resorts It
In tho Cnrollnas. Virginia and the East '
ease. It euros Inflammation quickly mass Is smooth! and glossy rather than 1\\
the broom to be far useful thana
more Including Portsmouth Old Point Washington
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9VILt.K, FLORIDA.. and permanently and is also I
quick to
relieve and broken. It
rough it seems Inclinedto
cloth than the of j ''
HAY FEVER or cold In the IlEA D. or arrangement Baltimore! New Y Providence, I 'f! i
practice In all the courts of the 7th CATARRH when neglected often leads crumble anti rapid stirring does not metal rings which does duty lit tho Huston and UnIT"\n. Write A. O. Mao- I II ;

Judicial Circuit. to CONSUMPTION-'SNUFFLES'< will\ I remedy It, add a little of the arid and same way. The metal rings are an Improvement onnell' A. (>, P. A., Jacksonville, Kin. 1 i

save you If yon use It at once. It Is no when smooth go on with the oIL Ue on the cloth but not so good i I

ordinary remedy, but a complete treatment careful not to use too much acid as It IMaa its tho broom. After you hove emptiedthe Homo of our down-ilver renders have '1 ;

ORGAN & LYNCH, which Is positively guaranteed to makes It tbln. It should be thick s n. i rinsing water raw 'fresh hot water forgotten the fact that, this office Is fully I

cure CATARRH in any form or stage(: If enough to drop when ready to use. If CAa&n. BBXJLEVIU.B.your from the faucet Into the kettle. equipped to do all kinds of Job printing. 1 1I
U. used according to the directions which wish and do I Advertising end Job printing helps us to '
ESTATE larger
AND INSURANCE, you a quantity not lives be sacrificed when a word of make a suds with the soap shaker and
accompany each package.; Don't delay care for so large nn amount of oil odd publish a newspaper worthy' ot the East I:
wltb the broom wash kettle allover
advice at the first of weakness the
Loans, Notary Public. but send for It at once, and write full approach Coast, and all we la a share of It. '
half a cup! of whipptd cream or the may fill your future years with rinse off the soap under the want
particulars as to condition and -- 1
ctlons, Typewriting, Stenography. will your you beaten whites just before serving. healthy joy. Address a. letter to Mrs. faucet and dry.
receive
advlca
special( from the discoverer -
TITUSVILLE, FLA. of this wonderful Never OIls the mayonnaise" dressingwith IMnkhtvm's Laboratory Lynn Mass, j'j'I

your case without cost remedy to you beyondthe regarding : the meat or tisli until ready to and" you will not be disappointed How to Whiten Clothe. KIDNEY DISEASES (E I
When 1 to take E.
began Lydia
and then only of It, and
EO. A. WORLEY, regular price of "SMUKFLKS" the serve part Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I was Into a large saucepan-porcelain Is
"GUAIUN n ED CATARRH CURE" spread the remainder over the top. best-put tour pounds of bicarbonateof
do I
not able to housework suffered
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Sent prepaid to any address the United Mayonnaise. tnrtare Is simply the addition terribly it my tIme of menstruation soda and four quarts of hot water. are the most fatal of all dis f
States or Canada nn receipt of $1. of chopped onions, pickles, pars doctors I
ral In State and Federal Several told me they could do Stir frequently with a wooden stick
practice Address Dept. C 705 EDWIN B. GILES eases.
,
arts. All business entrusted will & CO., 2(3U-)3:( :) Market St. Philadelphia.. ley and capers to the, mayonnaise. nothing for mo. Thanks to the ,'Ink. until the soda Is dissolved. Then add J

receive prompt attention.. ham advice and medicine I am now ooe.pound of chloride of II lilt'. Stir
flow to Make Clnm Clio rd... well.. and CILIA do the work far eight in cm cvc' KIDNEY CUR t
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-- until tho solids dis
- -- occasionally are
al 1
Counsel for
the Tuttle Estate
One dozen'; medium sized clams, onequarter the family. iULE.1 O Guarantlld RImed '
Miami. solved. Then let the liquid cool In a e'
Nile "'.'r..... pound of fat salt pork three "I would recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's -
kettle. Strain the clear
gMIAMI, FLORIDA.. part through
Even a Scotchman rnnnot always be good sized onions eight potatoes, one- Vejretuhle Compound to allmothe1'8 cheesecloth
humorous. If be would. Like other half can of tomatoes one-half teaspoonful with large familias.Mae.CARRIE Into wide mouthed bottles. or money refunded. Contains
|ES ANDREWS, HKI.MVIM.K. Lurtlng'tnn. MidiRvraoTlasr l'ut the stoppers! In and set sway until
,
people however. he Is sometimes of lemon extract. Cut porkIn remedies recognized by eminent .
used. Any part that Is not clear\ cnn
funny without meaning to be. Tbl'ScottlsbAmt.'rlcao dice slice onions thin; put In stew- -
ATTORNEYATLAW.office the best for
.t.!... he put Into separate bottles anti used physicians as 1
and until brown. Add tbrt'epints
thinks that the pan try
{ and p'ostofHce address, TITUS- Coffee.-Lay the stained portion of for cleaning while floors and the ta Kidney and Bladder troubles. 1
message sent by a' young man In of hot water! and Juice from
LE. Branch office FORT tho cloth bowl blew, It Is also good for cleaning the
at PIERCE. over a and pour boiling
Pecblesshlre to bin waiting bride, may clams. Cut potatoes In dice and put PRICK 50e. and $.00..

cutlng Attorney for Brevard Co. have kept her from worrying over bill Into boiling mixture. When nearly water through: It.Fnlltnolllnir. sink, traps .etc. 11. WIL.8OX & HUN.WANTEDTmslworth ,(

otary Public State at Large. nonappearance but that she must after done add the tomatoes. Cook until water as above; if In I

all have received It with mixed feelIng potatoes are thoroughly done, then add effectual! rub with a solution of oxalic How to Bon-Pooler. : men' alll wnlllOIl to

PUEN E. FOSTER *. clams chopped One and lemon "1111'0'1.one acid and, rinse In warm water. Fowls to be boiled beautifully white!' travel sad. .lv"rUoo. fur 01<1 .tabll.h8,1 house or I
Ink.-Dip In boiling water, rub with should soak an hour or two In skimmed "aid nn.nnlltl standing', aalsry '1HO a year ande.pense.
level of salt and .
The bride elect lived In a village some tenspoonful a good all paysbte III 01..11. Nn esnvasslnrepdred. "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW distance from the home of William the dash of black pepper. Let stand and salts of sorrel and rinse well. milk. When trussed and singed dour ..* (live rWrmicmn. and umlonmelf at"tneand :i
imt>ml """ .Inl'll, Address Manairerff 18M
Blood. them In cold wltb
Sonk In cold them well water
water. For tick.lug put
bridegroom. The wedding. to be at simmer not boll for two hours before C..tllll 1.IIf", (;lIloallI. eaua. '
|ms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, her home. On the eventful day the serving. and thick goods make a thick paste a slice of bacon (tweet and newt) and

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. young man started for the! station but --- of starch and water. Leave till dry and a small onion. Put a sjiinll piece of Subscriber, :your attention Is drawnto

on the way met the village! grocer who Summer complaint Is unusually preva, brush ott.BCl.lrcb.Dlp. bacon and sn onion with a little parsley the name-and-date slip pasted upon y

)RGE W. ALLEN talked so entertainingly that William lent among children this season. A well In soapsuds and Jay In (aside. Set them over a slow Ore, your paper or wrapper. If you are In
developed In the writer's the close and let them sim arrears, please remit.
missed his train. case family was sun. If fibers are not much Injured, cover pot
cured last week by the timely use ofChamberlain' dip repeatedly In saturated solutionof mer. Itemove the scum carefully as It
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW he In what la known
Naturally was
Tho liulliin River Itenl Estate
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea borax and rinse. rises, cover them again anti, boll gently
"state of mind. Something must
E8T, FLORIDA. as a Remedy-one of the best patent. Mildew.-Wet with soapsuds; toy In 20! minutes Take them off the fire and Agency linn for Sale 1
practice In the United States be done and done at once. So he sent medicines manufactured and which Is always
sun; spread wltb a paste of soft soap put to side of. range and let simmer -
ite Courts. OjunOS the following telegram i kept on band at the home of ye Unimproved lands from 92.00 to 125.00
and powdered chalk and sun It; soak: until done.
scribe. This Is
not Intended
Don't marry till 1 coma WILLIAM.If as a free per acre.

FRIES C. E. the bride elect knew her William. puff for the company, who do not advertise '' In buttermilk: and sun. How to o'rell' Salt Ma.k.rl. 10 acre orange /grove, near Tltunyllle ,
with us, but to benefit little sufferers Grass-If fresh, use alcohol and
some trees beating tHOO.IK.
abe probably knew how be felt when he Select a fine mackerel and freshen ,
who may not be within easy access of a rinse, or use Javelle water and rinse A acre orange grove, near Tltusvllle,
and broil In the usual then
COUNTY SURVEYOR. eat the message and forgave the men- manner,
physician. No family should be withouta
thoroughly. with 10 sores of land, some bearing
I legally surveyed and sub-divided tal contusion which resulted In what bottle of this medicine In the house, Faint.-Turpentine for coarse goods lay on a hot platter. In the meantime $((100.00.Orange.

neatly done. Estimates fords she must have looked upon a* a needless especially In summer time.-Lansing, benzine or naphtha for fine.Grease. . brown three ounces of butter In a fry. grove and pineapple farm, at

a of engineering works. Dislines request Iowa| Journal. For sale druggists and .Moisten wltb strong am- lug pun. Then throw In 40 leaves of Mlooo, 51)0good) . beailnic trees, with 1 acre t

> a specialty. all medicine dealer' I water iresHrhleb bus been carefully .shed for pines, good dwelling, ",OIlOIJO.
........ monia water lay blotting paper over washed and dried. Let It
ILLS, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Wbea Sb L fry crisp W sores of pine and Immmniik land for

s In his volume on Ellen Terry Clement !Rot Strong 11\.0.\: .... and Iron dry; If silk use chloroform to then add three rablespoonfuls of vinegar oranges and pine on U, It, south of i
color with powdered
restore or cover '
S Scott tells of a somewhat self sat. and. six shakes of pepper. When Sebastian River, f8OIIO) <)
BURNHAM, M. D. At one of the clubs the other day French chalk and Iron.-Good House House and 42: acres of land, beautiful
tailed vainglorious and grumpy actor bot pour the whole over the flsh and
two members were arguing about will keeping. river front 3 miles of Knu Galllo. 11\(10.\ )
who complained ibat the noted Eng I place It} the oven five minutes. Serve.
RGEON and SPECIALIST, power. 7 room cottage, 10 sores of land, riverfront
dish actress continually laughed In one The conceited man who was In the I D..kt. Salt' ESS: >a.,.. at once. at Ueorglttna. l'71); .

Ear, Nose. and Throat. of his most Important 'se'.0.... Ue bat! habit of boring all present with his : "1 notice," said Uncle Allen Sparks, How. to Make Prlmdcllas.. Apply at once to

(PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. not the courage to tell her bis objec pointless tales, sold that his .will was i "a couple of oar learned professors! One pound beef chopped fine, a half I). L. GAULDKir Manager,

done so be wrote ber a letter of heartbroken stronger than his friend's. bare found the secret of prolonginglife pound veal, a half pound pork three Tltusvllle, Fla. y

complaint. In wblcb "be! said: "You are wrong there." said the' quiet It Is simply to bare plenty of eggs. a tablespoonful butter, a teaspoonful -

"1 am extremely sorry to tell you that man. '"and I will prove It la this way salt In the syHtem If that's true and suit a little pepper, grated

gilliaHomes It Is Impossible for me to make any ef You go and stand In that corner. anal I'm not saying: It Isn't Lot's wife rind of one-quarter lemon a plncb' of FERRY'SD

feet In such and such a scene If yon I will will you to come out of It. You' ought to be nl've today, wblch" continued nutmeg two tablespoonfuls water,

persist In laughing at me on the stage will against me, and I bet you that I Uncle Allen reflectively." "I believe two ounces of crackers, rolled fine

and so spoiling the situation. May 1 will have you from that corner before she Is DOt."Chicago Tribune. Mix all together, form Into a ball. covering You I Ika.w

[ learn all about Virginia Lands, ask you to change your attitude, aw. I have commanded you a second time" Children oftencry| not from pain, but h with cracker crumbs, and wWlyou're
( mode of out plantlnawh.n
sources products
ion, prices, etc. by., reading the the scene Is a most trying on..1"MIK. The smart one took the bet and puthimself from' hunger, although fed abundantly, roast In a tablespoonful of butter for you pl..llater'
,
lola Farmer. Send lOcts. Terry' answer was very direct In the corner. The quiet men 'fh. trouble arises from Inanition; tb.lr"Md 45 minutes.How Ndssla lr you

months subscription! to the and to the point for she wrote: "You said In a commanding voice: Is not assimilated, but i e oured, by bey oh..y 5.ed.. you ew'1 '
mistaken. .1 never laugh ",. worms A few doses of White's Cream b.sun, T.k..o aba.ow-
.
are quite
.,..
per Co., Kmporla, Va. Come out of that eornerr'! to Car. While. rim. Terry's Desl.n
I wait till I Vermifuge will destroy the w ums when Sal er.ry.
< I
yon oo the stage. gethome. The other grinned and shook hU Scrub the face every night wltb bot wMn 5.H th.e.. WrIN
lie culldien will begin to thrice at once I i l
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bead. The sal down aol and white castlle a !bt 191n Meal AnowlmW.d -
YOU SKEW THE WALTON quiet man fifes, f>0 cunts. It. K. Wilson A Hon water soap using
d ICalker If not call at the store Hei'bine clears-tlie complexion gives looked at him steadily Five minutes fine face!' brush Avoid all greasy or fns. '

IMS. Pritchard Son. Tltusville. to the mind cures headache, and of will said with foods desserts end near
A buoyancy passed, the man Make Lvmoa ...... rlcb rare pastry D. M. a CODdralt. ? 'tiM;
an article .that should lie In the regulates the stomach and bowel, stimulates a sneer: "Hadn't you better give .It up? New to After meals take one teaspoonful of Mtoft.

'11I100' of every boatbuilder andtsmss. the liver, and Is. In fact a perfect I don't feel any Influence a I.all. and I Mix one cup of sugar and one tablespoonful mixture of rhubarb and smta. After
Read the testimonials guardian of the health. Price 50 cents of cornstarch. Stir It into
can't stand here all the evening each scrubbing dry the fsce wltb a
f flrst-claes boatbullders. B. R. Wilson A !Son: two cups of boiling water: cook ten I!
"Tlrre Is 09 hurry, said Ibe,quil'l soft damask towel ant) rub the ,kiD
minutes, stirring: often. Add one tablespoonful The Largest and Most Com.
: . man., 'and f bare a very comfortable briskly wltb the hand I
of lemon Julrv. one tablespoonful -
.,J Whistled .s She :''Is_:. seat. Tbere Is no time limit except 'B elate Establishment South
anti .
The man who knew many things that you are to come out before I ask of hotter nerve.If How. to Care ...0......... i GEO S HACKER & SON

mple copy of one of the best farm was Instructing the few: end verdant you twice and as I don't Intend to ask the stomach liver and bowels fall to A cold upon the chest produces usually ,

stenographer as to the nse'of the various you again until this day week I think perform their functions regularly and so attack of bronchitis. Everythree I
I published, free, I lf\!\\ you will send office appliances: nod finally he you will feel the Influence before naturally, the blood becomes contaminated hours take one. teaspoonful In a

me on a postal card, mentioning Introduced ber to the ojeaSlns: tube."Now then." with Impurities, and the whole ..s- wineglass; of water of this mixture

Bper. gee." said tho wan "100 put The smart one came out looking very tern: Is In consequence debilitated. Her- ...Carbonate of ammonium. & grams 1
Dine Is remarkable for Its. efficacy In ourng fluid of and senega.vacb
one tube to your ear and the other toyour feollllb.-LoDdon King. extract squills
THE PLOWBOT Co"Atlanta mouth then wblJtle." the ailments of summer, and the disorders 5 gram; watrr. SA grams: gl'Crln.gralD. 33
prevalent during hot weather
Ga. "Into wb'en one do I whIstler asked Business men who lack the vim, snap Price 50 cents. li. R.$ Wilson A Son .; sirup of extract of licorice up

the guileless rtenoginpher.Heavens. and vigor they once bad should use Her- to WO grams. ,-

." cried the man "which bine. It will purify the blood, strengthen O.. ., Her War. i

one do you suppose yon whistle In. the and Invigorate the system. Price, /&0 cts.II. "The ways of the female shopperare How. to Make S.... Vooao..

one at your ear or the one at your K. Wilson, Son. beyond the ordinary salesman's neal four eggs very light. Add a '

BO YEARS' month'" i ken. said a disgusted optician who .laIn halt cup of milk a tablespoonful. of ,

> EXPERIENCETRAOC "That was what I wanted to know." A '..... *....t. business In the shopping sect'on of flour and a. soltspoonful of pepper. .e.

bald the stenographer, "tot I whistle About mile south of the Mlrhlrao the city "A woman cam. In here the Lay eight or nine tbln slices of bacon '

a. I sing. eDtle!,. fcj ea.V-UsiapbJs state'line and near Cedar lake. Indiana : other day and asked the price of all In a bot frying pan. When slightly MANUKACTUKEUS OF

Scimitar. ._ 'Is a small spat| of laud upon which : kluds and styles of spectacle': and eyesrlasses brown. torn and pour over them the Doors Sash Blinds

vegetation! lioliilely refuse to crow known to thorn In the trade prepared. batter llrowo oo both sides #

Dea._.. Arqmlltal The .urrnuO.IIDIII! soil though apparent: Finally, after a half hour' quizzing and serve on a Lot platter.- T Material
Mnlding&(
Building
MA"KS Little S-jear-old, .lnala cooM repeat )If the saim l I. very productive Tin- she rustled out with the remark: 'i'if

OCSICNS nursery rhymes and talll: like an spot Is less than 2O feet In diameter "Thank you I expect to get a pair of How. to Make a.r.. T..... mc. A Wattrooma, King opposite II

n COPYRIGHTS Ac. old womenOne
.e..ni.........." nor a....opliit..to and..u fr drottnn.. wM.her. unq au .ometlilns rtctly: asalnst orders her dltloo declares have been the fur Just wanted to know about the pricesof composed ss follows) Compound elixir

on. prohAhlr I: : : : pnt.ntabra. tlwdhnokon OHtiatlrniHiMwitM. 'estmu5' '. mother said.! ")1IDnI I really don't tare ground of the .Bawtwvse Indian ttntii'Philadelphia Heeoril. of celery and compound si rap of hypo- S. C. '"

ot l.te .K.m-T fur rrrarwe J toi' know what I bad better do with yon." --- pnowpbltes. each MM grams. Take two

it.".ta.n... wiihmil throuirh ctmm Mann., la the* Cu. fec.tr. Drawing a long brMth'of relief the Lveldlty .* .!.... The heat Liniment For Strain. t.-a..poonful In a Uttto water after Sash Weights, Cord and

little mIsS saJd. "1'm awful glad yondon't. "So yon floored your opponent?" .Mr the merchant at Deer meals I '
niifi, l: Jlmerican. t (T..Wells
and marched cX taklag "Yes. Indeed.: I koorkKd him skyhigh. Hardware.
Jjirwwut run mamma ** Park, Long Island, N. V., says s "I si- How to ...../ rl......
5J. :=:;: w..kl1. ..t-t It for granted that the matte wasSyWe CnlrtKw Ueiord.Tho recommend Chamberlain's Pain
nl }nrnal. T-*n' ways When Clean Oil with a stuffing of Window Clas
mo..1. 1I<>It& ..,.' Mtt1e4.-Cblcaeo N.w" Balm ss the best liniment for strains. I and Fancy
bread crumbs, a spoonful of butter, a
& Ca361Cnsa 'ffiwjSJUKtmuD. who live on farms are especially used It last winter for a severe lamenessIn A SPECIALTY.t
little salt and and three
ell Olflo*. OS F Pt, . would esteem the favor If our liable to maey accidental oats, barns and the side, resulting from strain, and ginger oystersto .I
(WH BMrtaW BVa M when Ballard's wKh the quick relief mtcb bird Baste well wltb melted
BH VM MH writing. calling upon braises which heal rapidly wait greatly pleased
when $
''s Kidney Cure readers ouradVertlsers to purchase merchandise, Snow Liniment Is sppliod. Price. 25 and and sure It effected." For sale by all butter and cook carefully for 80 mlnates. / DYSPEPTICIDEThe :

ete".,V>ald mention the ADVOCATE BO cents. B. R. Wilson A Hon.L..12' druggists sad medicine dealers. ........t aid to DIG STION.
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i I 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 12, 1901.

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JAMES.. PRITCHABD, President; .- WM. u M. BROWN, VIce.Pieelalpl, ;

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. A GOOD LAW.It C. S. SCHUVLKK, Cashier.
ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING.GUARANTEED

Is true that there has long been INDIAN RIVER STATE
BANK
I II
i WBBKLT JOOBKAI DBVOT-ED TO TBB D1V ..* n statute against carrying conceal

iI I OrMBBT ow TBa INDIAN aAY.aOr10Xe.BIVKB, was ed weapons but the penalty for8u'eh FOR 10 YEARS GOOD FOR 25 YEARS. J
WOBTB ABO BlftOAYHB
I offense was not sufficiently severe COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

i PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAY. to keep down the evil. The WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS. Authorized capital $100

V last legislature, however, has made r. Paid up capital, $25 Coo

i CSLABLB H. WAI.TOH, Editor &: Publisher. a stringent Irfw. the minimum pen The r-\C" Average deposits $IOO:rj00

alty being $100 or three months in Carder-Campbell Company -1 OO
,1 fri, Discontinuance of advt. mu*t be made personally in ,
We thoroughly
jail. are sym
at this office or by writing. 1 ..----a'' Transacts a General Banti
pathy with the new law on carrying ,
Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Fie
} Obecketo., may be mad payable to CHARLES concealed weapons, and believe that : :

0 H. WALTOM, publisher. a few full sentences in each county } ---;Southern Selling Agents for- t I :"J ,' Business,

will go far towards mitigating the WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL f "
'
'4 l Address all communications to evil. As a rule it Is the worthless Largest and Oldest Bank on tbe Rlltt
EAST COAST ADVOCATE ROOFING. Cabot'a Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National PaintWork .d .
; GV class, a class whom any communitywould pit Exchange bought; add sold on all Pal
TITOSVILLB BwamA.U. be glad to get rid of, that *' Structural and Technical Paints. ; Countries. P
4
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- -
-- -- - of- arms itself, and proves dangerous HIGH POINT .GRANITE WORKS, SPARTANBURG, 8. C. r Patronage! appreciated. Prompt
S. Department Agriculture service
the and of its I treatmengandevery favor S'Jervatlve
to safety (
peo.I conal.lant
peace
Weather llureau-Jupiter, Fin. CRUSHED STONE, CURB BLOCK and BUILDING STONE. banking grantee! h Ita

I pie.The in which this DEROADE'S "LYTDITE"' COLD WATER PAINT. CORRESPONDENTS
i The following is a comparative statement only way growing 0 Seaboard National Hank of N> .
i of temperature and rainfall for the evil can he checked- -is for the ; National Hank of Jacksonville }(uor lit

II t week ending,( Tuesday, July 0, 11)01.f ) rtioglv the full sentence in SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.The l WAR TAXES REPEALED. I TITU'S"\i"'ILLE, FLA.
f
-1901MAX. -1900- case of conviction. It will
every _
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DATE. MIN. MAX MIN.
3 84 70 87 T2: be noticed that every sheriff in Board met Monday morning Jul y, For the benefit of the ADVOCATE: read

ui 4 84 70 87 70 Florida who has been killed whilein 11001. Present; J. Ai Dixon, chairman ers we publish the following list of taxes I Settle they .

0 I 5 86 77 88 80 the discharge of bin duty, baR ; R. N. Andrews and R. E. Mime,I that have been repealed or reduced b -
I 6 86 I 73: 88 7-4 secretary.The the United States government :
the hands of
his death
met at a
7 84 77 88 74 minutes of the last meeting were I Bank checks telegrams, money orders,,
i 8 811 70 88 75 worthless negro.: The Suwannee read and, on motion, duly' approved.The express receipts, certificates of deposit,, TRUNKQUESTION
'I' 0 88 78 88 712.O. County sheriff was killed by a negro treasurer's report for the monthof I life Insurance certificate of damage, re 4

Total rainfall for the week : .. so was the Volusia and Jefferson June 1001, was received read, examIned eel pts, chewing gum,commercial brokers,,
found correct and ordered filed telephone notes
rainfall messages, promissory ,,
Departure from normal for the County officers. This large .and the leases bills of for
among the minutes redeemec mortgages: lading ex Getting one at
week: pins 1.78 laches. Departure and growing criminal class has be warrants were duly cancelled and filed. port warehouse' receipts proprietary

from normal rainfall since January 1, come a positive me'nace to the peace Bills: were read and payment authorized medicines perfumery and cosmetics,
plus 13.13Inchee. as per list of Itemized Expenditures charter party, bonds except Indemnity. GARDNER'SBy '
and civilization of the State, and in WE HAVE CANVASS
nuniN Observer.Mfl'l
j HAL. P. ,
Bill of R. L. Moon was again laid over for In addition to the war taxes repealed,
-0 ___ __ fact to the entire South. a full meeting of Board. they have been mateitally\ reduced on and WALL TRUNKS /STEAMER! ; : .

The lawlessness of the negro increases The resignation of I'. A :McMillan AS beer, cigarettes, tobacco, snuff, cigars
COME to the East Coast if you with time, and the questionof supervisor of the Banyan school, was foreign: bills of exchange, bucket-shop SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES Until July 1st

are in search of a home. Along dealing with them has become a duly accepted. transactions, etc.CHURCH.

Indian River is the finest pineappleland and Contract for printing five hundred ,
grave stupendous problem. -
copies of New Rules and Regulations: ,
in the world for Bale cheap. The revised law on* concealed weapons was awarded to the Cocoa and Kocklodgi NOTICES.

ia a wise one, and will, as News they being the loweet.bidders. THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
Archdeacon B., F. Brown will hold divine

Notice Is given to Interested parties
THE State Fair to be held in heretofore affirmed, go far towards
that all bills due for service In special service in St. Gabriel's church Tlrusvllle -
Jacksonville is receiving the enthusiastic suppressing the evil, but in saying school election will be paid at next next Sunday at 11 a. m., and at

support of the people of this much we have said all. Iris meeting. St. John's church, Eau Gallle, at 7 p-. m. Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime,. Cement,

Florida. That it will prove a greats Impossible to wholly suppress this Teachers wer6..slgned.. follows: Hardeevllle and City. Point.A. C.

cuccesa is already an assured fact. criminal class by legislation, or by LaOrange: . . . . M ice Alice Sanders. Sirdefleld will D. V., preach next Sunday '*! '

other and -method Titusvllle principal, Prof. O. II. Smith. at Hardeeville at 10:00: o'clock a. m. Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
? tjet! every County have a fine exhibit any Just proper Intermediate Wing It. Gii ard. and at City Point at 2:00: m. Sunday Paring ,,.."
p.
and thus advertise your lo.n for that matter, but if the new law primary, Miss F. Culpeppor. school at City Point at 3 p. m.

n uality. A little organization is all Is well enforced it will make it pQs- City Point . . . .Miss Rosa T. Penny. Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo. 23t
Cocoa ,. . .Prof. W. 'V. Smith.
that ia sible for the peaceable and the vie"oua principal
necouary.I .' intermediate, . Miss B. Sanders. Polion In Finger Nail. J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.MeMurray .
to live in the same communitywith .' primary, . lilies Maud Hnrdoe.

WHEN twelve good men say thata some degree of harmony. Eau Gallle. . . Miss Ella Singleton.: Biting the nails Is an exceedingly dan -------- ----r------ ------ - -_

criminal should be and The negro preachers could do Fort Pierce, Prin., Prof. J. R. Pomeroy. gerous practice, as the biter never knows
punished, much towards helping their irresponsible primary. Miss Grace Ready. when to stop, and at any moment is lIa.ble Baker
the court acquiesces by pronouncing would Oslo . . . . . Miss Annie J. Groves. to bite into "the quick" and cause
I its sentence, let the people beware brethren if they Mimi? . . . . Miss Gertrude Mendel. blond poisoning. Even when the utmost ,

how they sign petitions for a but, alas they too often condonethe Reams. ?. . . . Mrs. Ton tie Hurkabeo. caie is taken of the teeth a poisonous se
Is offense, and harshly criticise Shiloh? . . . ... . . Miss Eva Coward. cretlon Is apt to collect on them, and the 440 West Hay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
If crime be checked
pardon." to the for dealing with the Waveland. . . . . Miss Clara SojraardVfelbourne entrance of a minute portion of this Into
t the offender must be punished county ,. . ... Prof. W. E. Horn bo. the circulation may prove as certainly fatal Headquarters for-

} Too many are actuated by some offender. If we had more Booker Lotus. . . . . . .Miss Willlette Forest. as the pus on a surgeon's scalpel.

k maudlin sentiment when signing Wa hlngton's .the country wouldbe Fort Drum,. . . . . . Mr \V, D. Bell. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

"' L of this character. better off In the way of :peace fionrtenay) : ,. . . . .Mis. J. A. Oarrett. I ,
I, petitions 'and morals< than it now Is. Eden. . . . . . ..Mi .s Ida M. Potison. Broken ml the Wheel.In .
Malabar . . . . . .MJss Clara Olwell, the diary of that remarkable man. and Sundries
: J At any rate, we hope .the courts Nabastian.Mr.? Walter Swllmrt. General Patrick Gordon who left Scot.
THE Board of "KELLY" SOLID
Com. RUBBER !
: new County TIRES put on wheel
.' will put the maximum' penalty on Orangedale? . . . . . .Mr. W. D. Bell. and In 1C51 a poor unfriended wanderer your
1' 1 mtssioners met for the first time in every violator this law, and that Anexia,. . . . . . Miss Sadie E. Snell. and when he died In ICUi had his at short noticer .

!, regular session on Monday! the the Turnbull. .. . . Miss Bernice Strahan, closed by the affectionate bands
let, and attended to many matters much'as good may accrue to the coun least SDi-nceblulT, Mls Gertrude it!. Uardesty.KoorRlana of eyes his sorrowing master the czar Peter __ ____0 ___ _____ ___ __ __ ______ _. ___ __________ _
result. To
try a say . . .. Minx Hattie R. Tlmyer.
of importance tn. the county., The the Great the la to be
It will cause the transgressor! to be Saint Iiiicio, . . . Hiss Clara Soaaard. I following entry CLOCKS
r WATCHES
pr-.8>>nt Board ia one of which the ? ,. found under date of Hamburg. March f..
more cautious about drawing his Bovine.. . . . . . .'Miss Genie )Hams ,
of Brevard well 22 1080: h
people be
a may and will be afraid to IIuntervilie.Mr. Phllex: Gibson.
proud. Personally we know every gun, many .lenseii, . . . . Miss Helen M. Miller. "This day, 'a: man and a woman a
carry pistols and razors as a habit. Chas U. Garrett. burger of the towne the Diamonds
one of these gentlemen, and can White City. . . Mr. being womaas . ,Jewelry
I ; therefore safe and Wood ley,. . ... . . Miss Kittle Martin. master for murtberlng. were carted I I Cr '. ''P r ,
predict a conservative COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Canaveral,. . . . Miss Jennie McMillan. tram the prlsone to the house where J .
of Souvenir and Present j
Wedding
administration of Rings ,
public Banyan . . . Miss Jimmie G. Chfna. the murder was committed: and there '
i affairs for the next two years. -- Wabnsso,. . . . .Mis Jennie C. Miller. before> this house, with botte plusers. r n Waltham Watches, eta
(continued from last week.) Colored Schools: i

l 4 Tltusvillo,. . .. .. . . . ...1T.: Stanley. the flesh was torren out of their araies, ' HKEWATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR |
i TIIE pineapples are going out, No. 40. On motion the.following bills Cocoa . . . . . . . J. S. Perry and from thence were carted to the =

I i I and the money is coming In. The were audited and Uenontl paid.Fund. assistant. . . . . . . John Lundy, place of justice without tut towne. and '-" a. A SPECIALTY.

+ East Coast of Florida ia accordingly J R Walker, Co Com: and mileage 8 8 00 Melbourne, . . . . . . Bell O. Rainey here broken and hayed on wheels'' Watch Inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'J. |
J. R. Mlot, In 40 Mlms . . . . . . . . .M. R. MahatTey. An Instance CO years later than those
I wearing a happy and contented R A mkling 12: w Spectacle.) and EyeRlasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES!,
N U 00 Con r term y? . . . . . Eliza J. Powell. quoted at the last reference la recorded
smile. With oranges and pineapples John JFBell C.,Jones. .. 2480 GlfTords? . .. .. . . . Eliza J. Powell. In the "Correspondence of Mr. Joseph 22S W. Bay Pt., JACKHONVILLI., FU.I
again in the markAts what is II O Jewell ferryman.......,... ......... 14) no The Board adjourned to meet Monday --- .-
?i ; It HOwlerreiryman..... .... . ......,. 10 (no( Jekyll" (Murray. 1 1)41.) In April.
to keep us from regaining our old TT Wetmore toe ......'...... ..... ....... 1 M morning, August l 6, 1U01.) 775.: from the balcony of bin lodging
Electric Light ('0.... :....... .. .. ... ....... 9 00 Attest : J. M. DIXON.H. ,
time prosperity? The cry of hard J PHrowu, 'llor..u..r............ SO 00 E. MIME Chairman.. at Orleans. Jekyll saw a criminal broken -
times is now a far echo and .. nltor ........... ft 00n on''the wheel. In a letter to his
S away ii weletngonCoCom............ 800 Secretary.
father ( 13)) he enters Into
Is rapidly dying out altogether. A A Ford game and. null warilmi......... <|n M p. minutely
J Menial,, ruoornlnic rued. report.. .... "0 the sickening details adding that "the
fi Build up ,your neglected groves S On WANTED IN CHICAGO.
leo W Holiuyler airon Iniineet
crime of the
;' and farm There Is in it. J. M. Fluid bailiff. ImilleHt.........:::::::: 1 M unfortunate creature was
1 4 money J Mol>nnald, Juror It. ................ MOK burglary, as we learnt from his sentence -
Hill), l' .. .. .. ............ BO CHICAGO, ILL., July, 1001. which Is posted at corner Mali tiers
r 1> Mt O Neibitt, .. .. ................ M up every
PIERRE Lorillard, the millionaire J K: Itea .. .. .. .. .... ........ M Editor'Ea t Coast Adoocat : of the streets."-Notes and Queries
S ttanilem, .. <. .................. BOA .
tobacco manufacturer' succumbed Humphrey u ............... ... Bit You are probably aware of how much
to Father Time. Ills death WSwney. wltnem .. .............. BOK there Is the readers of the His Right (Rot Offended.
1 H Boye, baa removed one of the wealthiest John 0 Joneii, oopyliiK nilnuten..... . .. BOO Chicago Packer In Florida produce. We Styles do bate to nee a woman
nation A A Stewart' micimnunt.............. ... IS 00JJT would like, very much Indeed, to have a banging on to a strap In a street car. '
the from
I, men of our midst. Wnuteu, bet l IHUUooiti. *..'. ..... ....... IRII M table Barton And ''IiuJIVI
of the ADVOCATE: on our so always
every you give
a.
auditor and olerk to Coin... 83 Boin copy
ia force in this A A Stewart ti
Money a great ii Clerk County Court ......... 8BAn week !as it contains a great amount of woman a seat when you have one to Prom Fille '
world, but it can not purchase an ii ii .. circuit ..... ....... 81 :BOA Information about fruits and vegetablesfrom give? ,
hour of time. The and small D F"nney, salary county Juilice ... ..;. .29 00 state that we are deeply Interested .
w ,
i great J K Andnwi, pro' outlnn( attorney...,.. S3 naT your tltyleNO.1 never go quite so far a* .
rich and poor, must inevitably surrender J Coolt hut. tea ollloer . ......,....... 141mi In. It is barely possible you that I give my whole attention to .
.
u verifying road petition......... II 00 send a copy to the Cincinnati office but my -
to that fate which ia com C. Wilton, printing note be. ( do would like much newspaper, you nee. In that way myIf&bt
'RHw kl.I.t fZ: even If we very
:; .; you
mon to all life. Mr. Lorjllard} was J Tom Johnxm, &,Co repair cover jail for and o olerk oillce 9 oo to have a copy at the Chicago office, as la not offended by the poor wearywoman.

reputed to be worth twenty-five Bond Lumber Co., him .r for jail.... .... I 6A most of the matter which goes In the .-Boston Transcript. Best Material. Lowest Prices
J Prltoharil ft Bon, h'dw'e.her.R'e house S 4S .
} outside of Kansas City Is compiled
million dollars. paper
O H Walton ad*. n.nes.trlnken.... .... 4 BOW
L.HuEblelt.. med attention on paupe .. 13 00 at this office. Trusting to have you place Sundays and fixed: holidays excepted.It .
J B peach A Co., med for paupers.,....., 1 TS us on the exchange list, we are la estimated that f20.000 wortb of
TOE State Normal and Industrial Pauper Ll.t...'.. . '. ... ... ...... '.'... 12) 00 Yours truly
; O' Bridge and Road Fund-Geneal; Account. Hah 1% dally dragged oat of the sea by QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
College, located at Tallahassee, la in J O Krlee, iup'of roads....... ........... 1400: II. L. PBESTOH. British fishermen
J 0 fries, making! tlmat* for 1903..... 4 00

' advocates trouble. Superintendent clean Sheats W t>baa, bal contract 1 ire. Ulitrlot.J No a.............. 87 BO Says lie \Vas Tortured. -The Line Co.'salle8cyl. Bond: Titnsfi.
making a sweep of J T Kuuuir. acct contract No 1......... .. :l6 00 "I suffered such pain from corns I Clyde Steamship Lumber Co.
its officers. The school la one for J T renter, hauling marl................. 1800 could walk writes H. Robinson : Is at the ADVOCATE: office, Titus- ,
''i J Mendel, working marl........... ..... 600Beoonil hardly vllle, where you can secure reservations.
f the colored people, and it ia alleged Dlitrlot. Illllsborough, Ills., "but Bucklen's Arnica
1 i i, that immoral practices are common T A Robinson, cot contract No t......... iOO 00. Salva completely cured them." Acts A Trial Order Will Convince.

!l among the faculty and students. A' Stewart, rope Third etc UUVrloUFee .................. 93: like magic on sprains bruises outs sores THE RAPID and CALKER boatbullder Is what needs.every: S. O. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager. . '. Tltusville, Flfflasury's .
G a gnedeker,work on brlclrre. .......... IT BO scalds, burns bolls, ulcers. Perfect heal yacthsman For
The faculty ia very inharmonious, R A Hard_,am-t contract No 14 .. ...... BO 00 er of skin diseases and piles. Cure guaranteed : sale by Jas. Pritchard A; Son; Titus- -
; i I and the facts obtained were glean R A Conkltug npr, and work on bridge.. 6 00 by B. R. Wilson *: Son. : Tllle, Fla. Price *4 and $S each.

r !I ed from some of the disaffected rC'J'oppell..1'OIld' Fourth work DUtrloc............. '..... 1950 2iats- Paints Are Not Cheap Paints
Feeding lrlaonen'" Fund.JP -- --- ------- :
teachers. What the Board of Education .. . .
Frown, feeding nrlimnere. .. ., 12780: - --- ..
will do is not now known. Fine. anil Forfeiture Fund.J.K. .
\:. Andrew,conviction feee Co. Ct. ... 10 no
J.A.A P,Stewart Brown orlmloal" proa'tton" "" "" .... 1O 9 28 30 H. J. LAUX & CO. But It Is economy to nile them. Liquid Colors (ready for dee) cost $1.50 per

'r 1'I A FEW days ago we heard an Special Rna.IJuDd.DUt. No.2,1900levy.J. KalIon.::'Railroad Colors (paste form) cost when mixed with oil *1.23 per
n.Sann, hauling marl....... ... ....... 9 00 Florida Products a Specialty.
orange grower of considerable ex. r. W t..Pnohe e .................. S W gallon. for sale only by
1 that H W Jenkins ....:..... ........ ten
there la 211
Poydras St. New Orleans La.
perience lay more R 8 LeRoche It .. .... ....:...... 1160 I GEC: GE F. :>> ISOl'1
money in orange growing than in K aam u .................. Pea ::J. .A.XJ
I. P Allen .. . ............... BOORJLaKnche By Telegraph : ;
anything else of like character. It .... ........... .... SIlO NEW ORLEANS July 1, 1001. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA.
s only Costa one cent a tree- to bank Board adjourned to meet on the firstMonday
In A. D. 1001. Special to ADVOCATE readers t i
August,
above the bud and this protection
Pineapples: Queens, M.T5 to $3.20; Fancy Red Spanish 2.25 to 3.50; I H. A.
1 sufficiently good to warrant a fair Working 24 Hour a Day. Fancy large Porto Rico 3.00.to 6.00, according to quality and condition. HODGES....

; .+ crop the following year, even if a There's rest for those tireless little rineapples are coming spasmodically-much good and poor fruit In all Manufactures of
no
.E damaging freeze should occur. sorts of condition. One association Is selling at auction-good stock selling
) This statement we thoroughly believe workers-Dr. King's New Life Pills.Millions low-market ha been demoralized but with care will recover. We have ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
L am always busy, curing torpid
had sufficient good stock for our trade. The difference Is
I.? and hope the growera will see liver, jaundice, biliousness fever and Dote a crate between carload and country less than carload rates; we advise shipments only. I ROUGH AND DRESSED. . Orange Box Heads, Fruit Md Vegetable r-

it In the samelight.. Florida needs ague. They banish sick headache driveput In this wayfor the present- Alligator Pears, Mangoes: are In demand Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges; or buildinf
its and cannot be wholly malaria Never gripe or weaken. > -Write or wire for market prices II. J. LAUX & CO. : a1.T part of Florida, would do well * write for Eric- The MW mill are I
groves ) Small, taste nice, work wonders Try at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the 3.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to apart !:
prosperous without them. them. 25cU at I). R.. Wilson A; Son's. :_ - _ -_ - i of the! East Coast Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff Fl*

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COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 12, 1901. I 6 ,


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GEORGE MARX.: JOHN MARX. '
f.: E. H. ARMSTRONG Eden. -Q..OTO- I I


We are still shipping-' .pines. 1V.I. .JlEf:. :JE3 <>S_, G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte


Our Invalids have all recovered and Wholesale Dealer In Street. North of Plaza ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. :
are as lively as crickets.
GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE -K0 YOUR-
I Mosquitoes are still busy but we thinkwe ,.

can report a Blight diminultion in
their numbers. Furniture Mattresses Pillows
Corner West Bay and Julia\ Sts., JACKSONVILLE FIJI.
!Mrs. F, O. Williams and Miss Florence ,

Robinain at Ankona.spent last :Sunday visiting relatives ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

PICTURE FRAMES MOULDI GSo }

Mr. John Miller and Mr*. Webster '
, EYE SPECIALIST.W made a trip to Jensen on Monday, call- We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; Eraclets..yvln..d.o": ,' '\, Shads

[ Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. Ing and shopping. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay Grain and Feed. We want

Invitations have been received to the your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. AND FANCY CABINET WARE. 1 1

wedding O. Loutrel Lucas, formerly MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla. :
est Palm Beach. of this place. but now of Jamaica. i.r We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. N. Undertaking Department entirely separate. j

I Mrs. S. F. Webb entertained the La ___ ._u__ _ no ------- ----
, C. Cbtlllugsworth Is attending court dles' Aid Society, last Friday afternoon. : NoU----; I !'
iiaml this week. Tbe next meeting will be at the home of I Georgiana. UNIFORM EXAMINATION. :

Mrs. James G. Wey, August; 2nd. J
trs. B. R. Wilson wife of Dr.
Wilson Fourth of Text Hook to be) Used In the September AND IIY VIRTUE OF A DECKRK: 1
tusvllle, was.a welcome visitor on July passed here without Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs.' Maud I UNDER",,,1".111'8 and sale ln>iiml out of the :
rday. the sound of a fine cracker, even the GOOD: A; nnuDR.-Real Estate and Loan Bruner Kxmiiluatlon.EDUCATIONAL Circuit Conit In ami. for llrvranl County I'I'FlorhlR
small boy was too busy with Agent for Aetna, lx>niliin and Liverpool and Wagner and Miss| Louise Cannatta were In Chniu'firy., wbnmln W. H. M".w..llis i joomplafnantand I
trs. McAllister of Miami is a guest, to think of pineapples Mlnhe, Hrovlitnni'H WaxlilnKton; Hun and I'a- pasvengers on the steamer to Cocoa, !Saturday : DEPT: STATE OF Ft.omnA. Initial lorey. and tt'lllle(411,, 4
'a few weeks of her brother Mr. W. celebrating. The men were cltlo Fire Insurance .Special attention paidto on a shopping expedition. Tallahassee, !!h", June 17, ltHl. sun aa Trustees nf the African M.thoill t Ells. s J
busy all day, and most of them completely the Interests of non resident. The following: the text books, with sepal 'f Tltimvlll I Florida, are ilnfuml- i
:
/
I atchett.r. f :loc'I; : : I t
forgot there was a holiday. Mr. Cannatta 'wife,and daughter; Miss and which will bo made ant. at Public Auction to the highlitand ,I
publishers prices iient ntdilor' foroaali, Iwfora the. Court Houiwdoor
HOTEL O A RLKTON the round. De-
-Open year
O. O. Strohm, the popular grocer, Mr.'and Mrs. John Miller gave a very llghtfulepottoapend winter or mimmer. Lo- Helen, left a week ago to spend the sum i the basis of the questions fur the regular In til.Town of Tltiiavllle, luring Situ lugal; I "'
I his mother intend moving Into their delightful swlmmln 'Party on the Fourthof mated on high bluff overlooking the Indian mer In New Jersey Miss Louise remains Uniform Examination, beginning September hour of ale on the i

j home on Datura street this week. July for the young; people and child River. Tense FRANK moderate' KoiiKBTnoir,Proprietor. as the guest of Mr. Maude Wagner 3rd, 11101 FIRST MONDAY IN Al'dl'ST A. D. 1MII: ;: I

lias Kate Ftfrcuard, of Tltusvllle, was ren. They had such a glorious good; Miss Maude Langhlln accompanied by Orthography-Heed's Word Lessons, the pan e olnt( the Mh/ day| of .ahl month all I II
hltor for a brief time In our city this time that they returned In a body in the lnr" Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE her mother and brother drove down to 25 cent, Maynard Merrill A: Co., N, Y. hat tract of land lying!: and tuiliiK In Hrevanl, : \j

( week and judging; from the exclaml8 evening,and spent several pleasant hours the pink paper of the East Coast will be Lotus and return, Monday Miss Ruby Heading-Any standard reader will do.Coml'ollitlon8wlnton' (wit'' 'k.r.rld"L: ::: and 10, ilorrll IIIK II).nit aa follows, to- a

of joy heard from a distance we In games and dancing. received the Melbourne Poatofflce. Thigpen la taking music lessons of Miss a New School The "'n..11 half. of ...Id l I.Jit linrohr oonveyeil.fronting I,
aid judge the "doors Maude. Composition 32: cl'ntll. American Hook (40 M HH>) rony...,,. feet ,,"l. flftyolirucliunilrorliK I J
were flying wide
; Our lively little sister I ... I
town, Tibbals, Co., New York or Atlanta., r..c..u Dmmnlt Street al frnntlnir ,,
,
i" to receive her. did herself proud on the Fourth. The Prof. Hopkins loft for Ipsilantl Mich., Tbe sick folks at Mr. Baldwin's are Arithmetic-Milne'* Standard, 0.1 eta., ((11II lo-n51)Sixty-nvefret.' and tnn, ene hnndrothi, {
of lot !South Street to the
lie ladles of the Free Reading Room, bathing club sent out Invitations to all last Satunly.Mr. : some better. Some of their friends went, American Hook Co. of a the Town on nf Titimvllln aocorcliiin, now on lie In map DIM| j

kys alive to the interest of tho pub. the people on the sound, and from ap. Russell l, Eden's new postmaster Monday, and boated their pineapple Kngllsh Grammar-Motcalf's, 60 cents, Clnrk'a ollli'e, ItrAvnrd County, Florida to .1It1.. I
kept open-house at the reading room pearances we should judge they all responded spent the Fourth in town, with friends. crates from Dr. Witlfeld's dock across American Book Co., fy .auld. decree and. voatn. WADE JONES Y.

he4th, welcoming the visitors from -except the Eden men. They the 'lake to their packing house and United States History-: Field'* Grammar dieolnl' | Master. In CI""r). .1
pe and abroad and Riving; an excellent were all, without exoopUon, busy with George Sears one of Wabasso's prominent picked and helped pack what fruit was School, tl, American Hook Co.

ortunlty to wltnoxs the boat races the pineapples. There were several exciting young men, was In town Saturday ready for shl pmont-for which they are .'lorlll"lIlstory-Oreen's.'" tl.2/i./ WII- Itlll For IMvorco. 1

tldreds availed themselves of their swl mmlng races, after which a Edgar Louis, of Chicago, arrived in very grateful llama, Wilkins* Co", Baltimore; or }<'llr.blnk'lI. .

pi Ita1\ty.\ ; most served.bounteous The and delicious luncheonwas town on the 4th, Inst., and was delightedto Quite n number of the most Intimate $1.2(1:!( II.Y.. B.; Drew, Jack. TUB CIRCUIT COl'ItT IX ANI VJR I nRR- 1

lir community was shocked Sunday' for an occasional day shower was perfect except find Melbourne such a cool spleasant friends of Miami Eva Owen celebrated her' son vl1le. Fin.GeographyRelway's. IN yard County: Florida, '

fag with the sad news of Mrs. Geo. spot. birthday on July 4th, by giving her a ; Natural Advanced Frederick: "Webb In)Chancery.

urrle's sudden death. Mrs. Currie Mrs T. E. Richards entertained the The steamers, Spartan and Canaveral splendid surprise party In the evening./ $1.25, Ameiloan Hook Co. v a I Hill\ for Divorce..
i recently come a bride into our midst Tea Club last Wednesday afternoon at Cakes, Ice cream, lemonade candles and Civil Uovernmenl--'l'ownRcn.rs Shorter Annie K. Welih. )
from Courte-
brought people City Point .. ,
'theold ; Course 72 American Hook Co.PhysiologySteeleb It ai>i< imliir| by the Mil of ooiuplulnantexblultnd -
homestead.
j,had endeared herself to all who hade There was a good; nay, Indlanola, Merrltt Rockledge nuts were In abundance: and as Miss Eva cents a.ll11..I.n, said oaiine, and tli* artlilavlt,
i in contact with her. Mr. Geo. C. attendance in spite of the busy season. Tropin, Eau Gallle and other points, on la a general favorite with all, aha received Hygiene, fl, American of coinplHlnMiit that the The word had been Book Co. Webb In noii-rudlilnnt' nf the State or 1I".rhl.a.an.1 ,.
j-o! her husband U associated with quietly passed around many useful and valuable presentstoo a
the Fourth. Capt. Scnoonmaker of
American rraliUw. ,to-wlt In In the Cut-
School : Hi'arliorouKb
fl
that the Aljebr-Whlte's
Chillingsworth; as attorneys and following; day would be the Cocoa, brought a jolly party of friends numerous to mention. All joined In ted Kingdom Irout llrltnln. '
senors-at-law, and baa a boat of tenth anniversary of the marriage; of Mrs. on his launch, to celebrate the Fourth. wishing her n long; and happy life. Hook Co.Physical Now you, the unlit Annie B. Webb, lie and appear i
bds who deeply sympathize with him W. F. Richards and tin ware of all des- OeoA'raphyouRton's New, before tliu Jiuljte of OUT Court on I
its great; affliction. M 1'8. Currie was criptions would be acceptable. The la Melbourne celebrated the Fourth in Uncle Itughle" celebrated his sixty l.2.\ Kldrldge Bro., rhlladelplila. SATURDAY, AUGUST :24TII, A. D. 1001, '3

kughter; of Mr. and Mrs. 7. C. Rick. dies responded very generously, and Mrs. good shape and a jolly crowd of good; third birthday on July 4th. A. L. Bru- Theory and Practice of Tenchlng to answer Mid bill of complaint a decree. pro
nor and family and F, W. Munson and The VIm'...... will Ire entered aualnHt ,*and tliicomplainant
of Boca Ratone. To the Richards was quite overwhelmed when naturod people came from most of our Fitch's Lectures on Teaching, $1, you
f sorrowing; family! wore Invited to meet Uncle and I ) will he alluwecl to proceed: ex-parla
before towns the coast Macmlllan Co. New York.
Iy we extend our sincere sympathy, just refreshments were served, along to help us enjoy with hi* Mid ojume.
the ladles came marching into the sound the day and everyone seemed to have a Auntie Hughes at the hospitable home These books. can bo pu.'dinned from almost It IK further ordered tr at thin notli-a. be linh1lhnd ,
be Fourth of July was observed in a of a tattoo beaten most artistically by pleasant time. After the fire works lu of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bruner to partakeof any book dealer In the State If In the KAHTOOAHT A n V(KJATK,a newapapnr -

attractive and patriotic manner In Mrs: S. F. Webb on her offering, whichwas the evening we heard many loud cheers a sumptuous dinner In honor of the not at your book dealer's send the price eight ooiiHOtnitive piibllHlioil w said ok.county. uncaa week for

,"Tourist City. The day was ush an Immense tin pan. There were for Melbourne showing us that the departing occasion. All join in wishing/ him many named to publisher and they will send wltnoa HonnrHlile Minor f*,Jone.Jildiji
in by the booming of cannon;' the gifts; too numerua to mention. The hostess visitors were well pleased, and,we happy returns of the day The weekly postpaid. of saldCocrt, and,. the M<..10' said Oourt at time

Cession headed by the West Palmh assisted by her daughter, served a delicious extend a welcome to them all to come prayer meeting was hold at Undo ]Hughey' W. V. fMiRATH: of Court June Home A. l,>.liiTltuivllle IIHII. ., Florida, till lutb daY'

Rand were at the railroad station luncheon. The party adjournedat again and, perhaps, next time the sho q\ homo! In the evening State:\ Supt. }Public Instruction. (('bCt.ltual',) A. A. 8TKWAI1T,

eel ve the visiting lends from abroad 6 o'clock to meet July 17th at the ers will not mar the pleasures of the picnic ------- 2:1.llllt: Cl...rk of the Circuit Court:

> escorted them to the City Park home of Mrs. II. W. Richards. otherwise, nothing occurred to mar WHAT TWO CENTS WILL DO,-It Cur en lllood Trouble, llloort ------

|re they listened to words of welcome The Gilbert's Bar tux pleasures of the day. will being relief to MiilTerer from asthma JU'AI4 KHTATi' rOH< HAM.
i Lawyer Geo. C.(Currie followed by Yacht Club held an .ool14on Cancer ICv/.emn, etc.
,
jropiiate speeches from Kev Paine, unusually pleasant meeting an the tth.' The ball,, at Educational Hall, on the consumption, oven In the worst' OR sell. -
Dr. Moore, C. C. Chillingsworth The first and mont Important thing on evening of the Kouth, was n grand suece 1 his Is about what one dose of Polpy's Coats Nothing to Try.: As Executor of the Estate of William

[ others; then followed the jumping; the program was dinner, which is alwaysso 8. 1"1..1. De and John Nicholson Honey and Tar ou tll. Tsu't It worth Old obstinate\ deep-seated cases permanently Ti'eutlur' deceased I offer at private sale '
much furnished the mimic. The trial II. Jl. Wilson A Son. the following described Heal Estate belonging
sack races, eto.t eleven o'clock enjoyed both on account of the reception cured by taking Botanic Blood ,
crowd turned their faces towards the quality of the food and quality of the committee was composed of Mesdames Balm (B. Ii. H.), It your blood I I. tainted, to said Estate: :
dock, to witness the boat races, air, which whets up the appetite to an E. M. Campbell R. NIchols. n, R. W. producing; offensive 'oru1'tlrnllschlnl( No. 1. The grove; known as the Sear

f first 'on the program was the cat. astonishing degree After dinner came Goode and S. F. Gibbs. Floor commit. Rockledge.Miss lanes and joints ulcers, falling; \hair, mucous orange grove on south side of KIIII Gnllle,

; race, nine entries having been made.h the sports-yacht I'ace. gun hlioot, sack tee : McHsra. Alex. J. Good C. M. Beau- patches, sour mouth and throat, creek In Section 21, 'Township: Houtli

Interestya shown by the friends race, three lodged race, etc. The prizes jean J. K. Nicholson. Among the merry Mamie a scabs. or scales persistent pimples,eating Range! Knit, containing about R f ocrea.. r
the different boats as they came tor were all fine and well worth" an effort. dancers we noticed Misses Jessie, Alice Hardee Is vlsltlgg Miss swellings sore Up, sore, dull, '1'11I11111 a line grove, a number qf bearing 1
Anita Canova sores,
Eden captured and Beatrice Sanders M rs. Wallace\) and at West Palm Beach puns
| positions for the start. After the one prize-a splendid aching lancing shooting then you trees
boars were well under way the llshta pair of oars won bj Chits. Mast In the Messrs. StClalr Nesbltt Bitrnus and Sam Miss Cornelia Magruder Is visiting her have blood poison or the beginnings ol No. 2. All of 81ofXKt, Section; :21,

were called into line, and given; rowing contest. A great deal of Interest Sanders, Joseph Field and Mr. Wallace brother, II. J. Magruder, at Oak 11111. deadly) cancer. Don't experiment but Township: South, Itange:1: : Kant, cov- 1
word "go" making a very animated centered in i he cock fight.; Mr. Chas. of Indlanola; Miss Moore of Merrltt' ; Mr. J. Coats his I take Botanic Hlood Balm (ii. li. B.) made ei'od! with water lying In said. Eau Uallle t
S. la
e. The result of the cat-boat race Racey brought a cage with the birds; Miss Harper of courtenoY'1; Mr. Russell quite 111 at South especially to cure all malignant blood ]{lver and! Eau (lullle Itny containingabout

(the giving; of three prizes:'The Naiad and highly Indignant were the ladles, "of Eden Laura; Miss jtson, Mamie Unokledge him home Dr. Holmes I attend troubles like those nnnKid above, and :lu i( acres, more or loss.No. .
i first prize; the Drucle, second prize; but they were very nice and quiet aboutIt. Taylor Houston, Jessie McMillan, ing scabby carbuncles a'
Itching occema
3. Commencing nt I post 102 foot
I the Aurora, third prize; Alligator They thought It was brutal, and all and Messrs.' J(. P. Paddlson Hopkins Mrs. I.. C. Clifton, of Jacksonville lethe scrofula, rheumatism, cancer, bloml South of Northeast corner post, of 8\V t i
[tonk first price in the fish-boat race. that, but would bear It with resignation. Ernest Taylor Klngan Hodgson Chas. guest uf Mis. II. S. Williams for a humors Heals and stops
etc ev"ryllore Section :II, Township i<7 South, Range
When the Cole Clifford Maull of Eau Gallle Miss
shower In the ring/ was made and nothing; ; few weeks. but
evening rather darnp(1 I all aches and pains. Try It. Cost 37 Bast. From thence run West :.!7O font,
Wlenberg of Cocoa Messrs. Wlllahnn
( the pyrotechnical display, but taken more formidable than two large yellow and Ernest, Vanlandlngham; Titusville.The Miss Maude Hardoe left last week for i f 1 at druggists.. Treatment sent fioa by thence South 1:17: feet, thence East: 10
grasshoppers In it ,
whole was very satisfactory and re- put many were the writing to Dr. (1IIIam.:.IIKI Mitchell Street p
of Boston, where she to take feet, thence Houth A foot, thence East ilK(
icd credit to the The Ball sighs relief. There were several boat Melbourne expects a Describe trouble and free
managers; songs raoe at on July course in normal Instruction. Atlanta, Oa. feet, thence northU tent to beginning.
|he Royal Poinclana hotel the by Mrs. Hudson, Mr. Young, Miss Flor- Medicine and free
was 4th was quite Interesting. Seven yachts medical, advice given known as the Wllsufl cottage; lot
rning glory; of West Palm Beach's euce Robinson and others. AltogetherIt competed for the prizes a.follo"slona i Mis Annie Gideon has returned from medical advice sent at once prepaid. H. iI
I century national holiday. was a (host delightful day. Over the [ Capt. Alex J. Goode; No, Name a most delight i trip to West Palm B. B. originated by Dr. ijllam over 111.( No. 4. That portion1 of 0 SWi j, Section
K7 Houtli. 117 East
Uange
sorrows of the unfortunates who made Capt. Walter Stark; Ida May Capt. C. M. Beach, where she took In the celebrationon year ago. thousands have been cured Township ,
their commencing at point 370 feet West from
Oeo. Ewing, a practicing physician launch weary would way home in a broken down Beairjean; "30," Capt. George Houston; the Fourth. many after doctor and patent medicine Northeast corner post. on If Suction lino r
we better draw
veil and
mlth's Grove, Ky., for thirty a Allegro, Capt. S. M. Martin; Vamoose, Miss Annie Bullock had utterly failed. Botanic Blood BairnU. .
years not spoil who has spent of aforesaid V(, thence run South KM 'I
a perfect
recital of
fies his experience with Foley's if Id- their woes. day by a Capt. Henry Parks; Kolus, Capt.! Ernest several week here, as the guest of Miss ( B. B.) Rives; life, vigor and strength feet, tlienco East 100 feet thence South

Cure: "For! year I have been both- Taylor.; The race was sailed over a seven Fannie Carter left for her home In Bar to'the blood, making It pure and rich. 42(1: ( feet, tlienco West toy. Hootlon line,
with kidney trouble and enlarged and one-half mile double triangle; course. tow thence
I of Wednesday. thence North 1VJH: feet Kast tostarting
rate gland. I used everything; known Thos. W. Carter, Ashboro N. C., Claude M. Beau jean, yacht Ida May, won Wedding Stationery.The I point containing; 30 more
lie profession without relief, until I had kidney trouble and>ne bottle of Fo- 1st prize, time iiI) minutes; George; Houston The Cocoa, Ice factory, which has been I less. Till, tract hiss a line acres

I Induced to use Foley's Kidney Cure. leys Kidney Cure effected a perfect cure, yacht "3d," won second prize, time broken down for some time I Is once more ADVOCATE hinting' received a nice I or of 601) or COO tree. young G
j r using three bottles I waa entirely and he says there Is no remedy that will (Ct minutes; Henry Parke yacht Vamoosewon In order much to the gratification <>'. lot of the latest type and stationery, Is grove

1. I prescribe it now dally In my compare with It. Wilson & Son. third prize, time (14 minutes. The everybody. July Is a bad time to be now prepared tQ execute on short notice, No. R. Begin at Southeast comer of

time and heartily recommend Its use bicycle race was von by the following obliged, to do without Ice. Wedding Invitations, Announcements, lot now, or formerly, owned! by'J. I. Harrison

1 physician for such troubles for I A riremau's Clare Call."I young; men: First prize to Ernest Van and Ladles' visiting cards. Give us your thence run Hontb across' Elbow
honestly state I nave proscribed It In landlngham, of Tituavllle; second prize order. creek to North boundary of land! belong
reds of cages, > with perfect success" stuck to my engine, although every to K. P. Paddlson, jr., of Eau Gallle; Any advertised dealer I III authorized to ing to Wm. Troutler thence East along; ,i
Wilson & Son.Fort joint ached and every nerve was racked third prize to Herbert Conkllng; of Tlll- guarantee Banner Salve for totter eczema U Section line which lathe North bound '
with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a locomotive man. The baseball game was won by plies, sprains, scalds, burns ulcer and Notice. ary of Wm. Trvutler's land to North bank

fireman, of BvrUnngton, Iowa., the Eau Gallle team. This team won the any open or old sore. Wilson A Sou. of Elbow creek, thence West along bank. i

Pierce. "I was weak and pale, without any appetite praise of' all present by their neat appearance TfMIK PROPERTY Of TUB: FLORIDA Flail of said creek to point tit beginning; being ;
and all run down. As I was aboutto and /good playing, showing how .I. Of Ice. Co sold\situated on Indian Klvor, f la., In Section Township 27 South Rang
FINANCIAL STATEMENT will h. to the hliiluno bidder for cash
give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bitten well they had practiced for this game. OF st the following plmuwa mead llate*eTunevlll. I 87 East This land I I. covered with the.
s. IIU left for point north this and after taking It, I felt as well as They went to win, and they did 1 Eau SCHOOLS. *:July lath and Mtb luol. waters of the creek, '
Ing. I ever did In my life/' Weak, sickly, run Gallle 11' Melbourne 1. brunt. July loth. luol.
; No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot :lIp
Fart rieroe July !tech, 1(101.)
|r. VanlandingbasaofTitusville, waswn down people always gain new life, TITU.VILUC,rt*., July 1, luol The Tru...... reeerv the right to reject. sriv Houston' addition to Eau Uallla, corner
i this week. strong and vigor from their use. Try JohnTlppis' ,Coleton, 0., says: "Foley's To H_.Alex. A. Stewart and all bids, or Mil at private Mia' 4tjull: of Houston street and street through thelloesch -
them. Satisfaction B. K.
guaranteed by Clerk Circuit: Cmrt.8lri J
Honey and "Tar cured my little girl of a addition fronting' 103 feet on.
Dtraoted meeting the new Meth- Wilson& Son. Price 50ct*. -In eom with Mention 9. Chapter
and
severe cough Inflamed ton.II.. B. Ylorlda Notice Houston street
: church all this week "'III'l. LAW of wa hereby.. with you
R. WUaoB Son. tha following Itemised Statement ol all school No. 7. Commence about 0 chains elf
here The King Edward Make 4* Knota. money received appropriation made and. war.
lultoes are with a vengeance,, links West from Northeast of I
rant lamed for the mouth ending the ash day MOTION IT OHDKRKD!: THAT ITNDER corner
seem to mean business. of June, A. D. IWI. ON authority granted hy Chanter 4.CZI: Laws nlFlorida Section 20, on Section hoe between Sections

I P. Cobb left, Sunday; for Cazenovla The steamer King Edward, which was Lotus. Warrant....utandln< | few weeks' well earned vacation. built by Denny Brothers, the builders of issued a&sets lue Uug...,..,.. ell till dealer a* follow i I thence South 10 chain 84 link, thence

the Shamrock IL, and which I Is fitted Rufus Booth was visiting In Bovine Total.......................... ........ 1 II.Dt7111 No person Hub anall dealer entrap in llravard* In or manage the nuke.bii.U South 00diugrees80seconds, East :chains,
*h Cross has returned home from aweeks' turbine hal nee ol a tummy a : Eau Oallle
with engine, recently : an of. Saturday and Sunday Lea. amonnt paid during pact month., M5 e9 County Itoenae ahMI' bar been procured from to River thence follow the
i
I stay In the northern part of Semi trial on the Clyde. She maintained Ike Tax Collector: which/ llmtna shall be li.nedfoeaub shore of Eau Oallle River In aa Easterly
tate. knot C. H..Orovt the Warrant now outstanding ........... f ,ll68e'J on nl the sniimnt herein direction
a uniform speed of twenty an I spent Fourth In Ualaiiea, ea&ob perTreaaureV leesvedleiJew person receipt to a point due South from pinch

s. Burke ha been quite ill this hour for three hours. There was almost Oeorgiana, with friend r< . .1 t0942 after nf provided twentr-llve*;.eanu.th.rwlthtetbetyJudge'st for each llunnne.: 'and of beginning, thence north to point of
vibration. Mr. Parsons the Inventor ftooo* ...... .....,. beginning containing I 0
We hope she may soon recover no Mr. and Mr*. Rimes were shopping InBrantley hall be aliened liy the Tax Villeotor soil County: acre, more or 9
sual good health. of the turbine engine, was present at a Saturday afternoon. 1 Stole ".d".It.,and ball have) the County Judm's MaiUpon less, and known a* the Kltchall place
luncheon aboard. lie said he wa pre- Warrants paid month.. 1711 w No. NE of
during flan dealer wto denlr* to u.e the prodnal 8. >i Section 28. Township-
Isa Summer nankin returned on pared to build turbines for any vessel II. D. .Booth sod family-were pleasant i"i : 11..0. .lee net hall Bay a tax of Ten Dollars) 27 South, Range 37: East ontalnlog'Iijacre. /)- I
Vlay evening from a few months' the larger the better The King/ Edwardis callers In Lotus, Friday morning.; Cash now In hand, Treasurer W,I 110 11 of more than nr.anil not more than tan not*. *, leas railroad right-of-way.

[in the northern part of the state. i said to be the fastest steamer In Eng- C. D. Provost was calling on Mr. and Denolt fund*, ... .. .. .. .. ...... t< ,137 al fifteen fifteen Dollar net rot. Twenty nor then..foliar ten*)and of more not morethan than No. 0. NWK of Section 2S, Township lI

s. n. K. left tills week for land. iTEmzKn alUte.PTII..I.aeelnt.I.nt"WI fifteen and not more than twenty oat, Twentvrl .
Hogg Mrs. W. BUbee 27 Month Range 87
Sunday morning. ... ... .1 till Dollar)of more than twenty and ant more East containing l'X 1
filo, X. Y. She will be a"ay"ome Fourth I Kroro Tax Con' coiint ached 'levy tS90.. do than twenty fve) >net*, Thirty iJollani of more acres, !less railroad right-of-way.
Ja O. Amhert of Della O. write: The pasoed off
quietly
and we wish her a very pleasant very from Tax Coll. county school levy 1_.. tea: 0* than twenty-Bra and not more thanlit, net, No. 10. 4J 00-101)
g. "I had an obstinate sore on my face which here. Owing tit bad weather no one from Tax Collector, poll t.m,1sN......... I 00fromTax fifty lM>llari of more than fifty acts, One Hundred : acres, less railroad
everything else failed to heal. After one went to Melbourne the excursion. Collector, poll tax. Ins)..... .. BOM Dollar*. right-of-way, being/ part of Lot 1 and of
fie ADVOCATE I Is not the largeston It front Blate Trea tax of .Wus-W-lia-W.. . . Ift 74 All parent engaged In being anil shipping NEW of NWJi% Section 8, Township 3THoutli
only of Banner Salve began to
application Mr. Lewis Parker and mother passed from (:lompt.levyw)0 ... ...... ......... 747from 11.10.0. In ahlpuinif Hn upon onaiiolaalira, or lahlpplnir )
the coast, but Is one of the heal, and after three applications it waa Lotus Tltusvllla Htate Trea MX UWS.............. ... .ss a.b caught by.uiplojees. ,ball be eon- Range 37 East, known. J. I-
through route to
[ and onr down-river peoplehighly healed, leaving; no scar. Wilson A Son. Friday, en From R.11:. MlrnHiipt.Jonexamlnatloa' 14 oo 51.lered Huh dealer Stewart place. ,
It of It. The pink paper Is and other points, with a very rrom R. K.Mime, Bupt ,book. auld. . . 13 M .. It la further ordered that soy person firm atorporalfcm No. 1 1. Lota 17 and 18, block 4, Townof '
nice variety of pineapple and other fro It. engaged In tba bueloeea of lafiRh-
known in the pineapple section. Do :Right Her Terror. Total receipt.... ......., ........ ...1 001 W tonne: cattle, bog. sheep or otber anlniala nhall Eau Oallle. ,
inscribe for It, reader. We notice that T. O. Ronald' pine- rremzro SXTBHIHTCBX pay the County: an oonupatlua tea of fifteen No.
"I would cough nearly all night long," abed blown Teacher'aalarlea... "... _., ,. ....* JO3 T9 Dollars. per annum for each ilanvbter' pen or 12. Lot I, block 4, Town of Eau l;
down last week
a Hattie Jones gave a delightful; writes Mr*. Chas. Applegate, of Alexandra apple wa R. MIme salary county saps.... .... 78 00 boaae. st whlob aalil. hualnee Is eoiMluvted, f but Oallle. Quit' claim deed for this only- s
whist by the bard winds, Injuring some of the J. 1I.1>I."n. per diem and mileage. a* nothing herein shall be held to Impose n tax apon bold under Tax Title.
: party to a few friends on Jnd., "and could hardly get any fruit. nember board.._ ....... .. ........ ... !W slaughtering! animal for their own a...
lay evening; which was thorough- sleep. I had consumption so bad that If R. N.Andrew, per diem and mileage sa The tax..slxva lmpuml ball .go Into attics, For prices and term address,
joyed by all. Mlsa Jones makes a I walked a block I would cough frightfully m.mtar board.. .. ..>. C/III Ootober ut I'jot, and nraaln la Tore* maul ramn JOHN HENRY, I
log hostess the all other WOMAN'S first R. K.! Mint."upt..ln'eDtal .... schools. 12. .ed by tim. Hoard.Tbis Executor Estate of Treutler
and daring even- and spit blood, but when RIOUTS.-Waman's K. R. tamrMHl : ) Wm. ,deo'd.I '
Mini P.M.l/xio* envelope 019: order shall be published with a* little delay
ned her guests with refreshment, medicine failed, three $1 bottle of Dr. inalienable right I* freedom from headache U.M. Robblna,Atly.lot ft. fierce school. ::10''m no ae may be In two papers published lire TltnsvlU, Florida.
King' Yew Discovery wholly cured me) nervousness and constipation, that Nero footman rent of building st No ID* Ic flU '. yard f' amen week lorI ,
/ Hindi Nobl. rresbntkC......... ....... VII : four :!u'CI'- *. *
ace ha. found that rheumatism Is and I gained 68 pounds. It's absolute so often snake her life miserable. The Amertoan Itook free book. . ......... eoN i i"J I Faaaed In open reins. of the jt A* an advertising medium, no
1 bYline acid In the blood. This guaranteed to cure coughs, cold, laerlppe chief cans of these trouble I Is stomach U.f. ......Ir-,Con of oil .............. r= 1& I- Board tbl snd d..> of July. imi. paper on the East Coast can beat the })
i should excreted by the kidneys.a bronchitis and all throat and long disorder Dr. Loyal Ford's DyspeptleldaI C. A R. New, bill ........... J.1 00 JOHN H. WaLRKH.. ADVOCATE. GIve n* trial adr.
ofppdaurg... .... ... ..... ,
W. r.furlong,bill : 7 ee Board Coaat* Coamlnjoners..
Trial bottleaIre I the and for these
Price.0ct and'1. new ilia.
f Kidney Core always make them trouble*. perfect core .uaeef.haJ. aDd be convinced of the pink paper'

Wilson A Son, .t B, B. Wilson A Son' drag *fr. B. It. WUson A Son. Total .npandl,.**.... ...............,... M4M A. A. BTKWABT, Clelk. worth.EAST )

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grafting and the growing or vegetables t a VESTIBULED Pan-'American
!H and fruit. Some window and green EXposition

house work Is also taught. During the Q I I liMITED

Fruit second year the work becomes more
+ = BUFFALO N. Y.
i r
advanced and Includes advanced budding jig

and grafting, pruning rotation of TRAI
1 1st to
'crops, selection of fruit trees preparing May November i'

To. raise good fruit frylt for market, principles of horticultural DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE ,

buildings growing tomatoes cucumbers 9 fyFAX

: have Potash and mushrooms. In the third Air Line
must The Seaboard
you 9 Railwaj
year the pupil studies the more! scl'en.tl /tqA }

Fertilizers branches\ of the subject such at Sp4p Fl

containing hybridization and cross breeding and 1/1 P'J1 Offers low Excursion Rates from all Florida points. Tickets on am( ). ,."
\business organization the keeping ol
ii !
least !%; of r aud $42.95); TITUSVILLE; +" ,
:It, 8 to 10 garden accounts and stock books, etc. yy Rates from JACKSONVILLE $12.30 aft
ponding low rates from other points.

I, Potash'will give best Tae CH...TI. Plant. Double daily service, Including Sunday via RICHMOND and W A-.II:. I i",.rOC!!,,

Cassava grows In this country In the For further Information! write...
ill results fruits all southern peninsula of Florida and well
on of .
Jacksonvih,
As Gen. Pass. A t. +
8t. ?
A.-O. MAcDONELL: otldt
up Into the frost \belt and Is also found

kinds. In other of the extreme southern portions ., l /5 --- -

of tbe United Btutes. From a Dixie Route .
. Flyer .
careful study of tbe climatic conditions
j; Write: for out pamphlets, which.k! -IdIS
under which the flourishes It la
plant
FINEST VESTIBtTLED BUF! ,
,-; lit every f.inner'n library.They safe to assume that It may also be Double daily trains, with PULLMANS! VBSpOOGJ,
without change-
-Through
I arc tent free grown wltb success In southern Ala a JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, TO NASJ1VILLE, AND ST. M, .11( I h

GERMAN KALI WORKS, bama. Mississippi Louisiana. Texas. -Close connections made In Union Depots for-

t 93 N..... St., Nw York. Arizona and southern California. One Chicago Louisville\ Cincinnati Memphis and all points West .and :\I.thweat(
t of Its common names Is manioc plant.
. Tri-Weekly Sailings. . Be sure that your ticket reads via -
Free and The fleshy root of this plant yields the WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD and NASHVILLE, CIIATT

Accented r Masons. greatest portion of the dally -food of & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. ,
!
I the natives of many portions of trop BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. For Information relative to rates schedules etc., write to ..
ical America and one of Its forms of
Jacksonville Fla.
T. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt,
starch Is Imported largely Into this at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
H. F. SMITH Truffle
C. E. HARM Gen. Pass Agt. Manager.
: ;' Indian ;i No. 00Titusvllle shrubby country as plnnt. tapioca.' growing It Is from a woody fleshy or The FineCalling in the Coastwise Service Atlanta, Ga. Nafhvllle, foOlpLANT '


ii Tilver 4i/M; tuberous roots, the steins being smooth

with nodules whore the leaves grow The. Clyde New England and Southern.Lines.. .
WirFlorida.. '
LodICe. ...... --
fln! of each month a* the late Armory, TltniTllle / Item In Irrigation., .

JoI",at. W.TOO:Kooblo.o'clix-k. Wonhlpriil p. m. Munter. There Is a limit to the volume of water Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points.

J. It. Walker.Senlnr Wanlen. that ron be used to advantage In (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) -
C. H. Bohiiyler. Junior Warden.. Irrigating beyond Which It Is an Injuryto The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:
J. M.Iaacn, Tr>aRiirer.F.'A. SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS
Morgan; Mec1reta.,. both land and crop. Of some Wyoming Southbound....... ................ ... .. ....... ........ .......... ..from T. t Boston via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston, Richmond !
J. A. Hiifthen, ,Chaplain.J. tentx. Professor Buffum says: Northbound...,.....,.. ..... ........... .. ... ... .... from foot of Catherine .ewJ"'k aonv e To the East via Savannah
L. Orrutheni, senior l> aoon. and Washington. The Southern Railway, Columbia
With alfalfa' the largest' yield was obtained ----
W. M. Woodward.Junior Deacon. and Washington. '
J. B. Ncreren, senior Steward with the least water per pound f
Johns River Line.
O. H. Walton.Junior Steward. Clyde St. TO the WeSt The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The| LAN. |
R. K. :Mlum,Jr..Tyler.WINDBREAKS.. I produced, and the some Is true In several The Southern via Savannah
R'y Columbii
.. with grains and potatoes. (Denary Line.) j Montgomery.
'
----" cases
and Asheville. The M & 0 R'y via Montgomery.
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
However It will be found that In general
the greatest depth of water applied Stopping at I'alatka Astor,Bt. Francis, Uereaford (DeLand), Blue Springs and intermediate landIng To the East?! t via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean 8 S Co., for New York. I
to the In Irrigation nearly .on the St.John's luver. Philadelphia and Boston, via Savannah and Merchants tunes
crop "
'r STEAMER "II. 0. DAY.
Transportation Company for Baltimore. .
' :DEL a ; corresponds. to the'maximum yield except CAPT. W. A. SHAW. To Key West and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamship
1 In the case. of grains on sod landor foot Catharine .Taoknonvllle 6 fO and Sutlirclayn.
, RpENI Leave itreet : p. m. Tuesday To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,
potatoes which received little irri Leave Sanford 6:'IX) a. lu Kuterprlne 0:30: ) a. m(Momluys and TliiiradayH. and
&5 Atlantic aDd Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkeabury CharlottentowaSUMMER

I gation. i Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
:' : :: :: TOURISTS TXc'x.ETS

The Same Old Story.J. A.C. HAGKHTY, Ea t'n 1....". Agt. ...JU.IRON MO-lO: IIn: JR.. 1"111. ,I'M*. Act.. will be on sale at all points on the PLANT SYSTEM to the principal Mountain,
---- A. relates 19 State St., Now York | 2 Kelly an experience si mlMr I .. Lake and Seaside Resorts throughput country Inclusive,
Shelter and Protection For THOS. D. HALEY Locllll"re'KhtAlCent.( I 0. P. T/OYUI; I. A Klu. Suut.
/cheap to that which happened In almost foot Hogan/: St .Jurkannvllle, Fla. I Foot Hogan *r. .luHcKonvlllo.Fla. limited to return until October 31.
lion Fed IB the Open Field. every neighborhood In the United States JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent. Foot Hnitun St...''ackaollvlJl... Kla Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO N. Y., account Pan-American Exposition,
i It lit n well known fact that In many and hall been told and re-told by tlious- TIIEO. O. KUKK, General Manager. WM.. P OLYPE! : III tab' General Agents.Cheaobrongh enabling passengers to visit Niagara Fall".
Building ID State St.,Opi>oel| Battery l'a.lI. Now York.
section where hogs are fed during the ends of others. lie says: "Last summer Addresses of parties the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied
winter months. they put out In tile open I had an attack dysentery and purchased O. 11. WALTON. Agent TitiiMvlllf, Fla. with Information and handsome advertising matter.

a bottle of Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera ----- ... ------ Western and Southern States
field or lot. Bouictlinoa It la even will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern

worm', for they niuot sleep without and Dlarrhcoe Kennedy and which I used all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System during the season of 1900-1901HID-\

) I shelter or protection from the gales of ocordlng; to directions with entirely ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stop-over privileges in Florida.
it I ,I ntlsfactoiy, results. The trouble wasontrolled Florida East Coast will be
wind that drive over them. Up to Dec. much quicker than former at- Ry. plied Addresses with information of parties in the and north handsome sent to advertising the undersigned matter. liberally

10 taut year there was but little weather ucks when I used other remedies" 31 r.

; that wag very hard on hogs fed Kelly Is a well known citizen of Uender- F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent
eon, N. C. For sale all and Time Table No. 82. In Kffoot May 20, 1OO1. Block Jacksonville Fla.
w without any protection as compared by druggists 138 West Bay St., Astor ,

t with extreme cold weather; still there medicine dealers SOUTH BOUND (Read Down. (Read Up) NORTH BOUND. B. W. \Ar re n n Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
:were a few mornings that they would
not come out of warm nests for early Tie .........1. of s: III)'.".. ...I s; Daily rank Dally No.U.1 STATIONS No'Daily>.78 Dally No.82 t:1 Lt M W. B. DENHAM General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga.

feeding The many thousands of miles which b a: t- tw t-

I 'I It Is generally believed that hogs eat a man unconsciously travels In his lit.,- .h( .TuSp Tlu. I4v..Jaok..nvlll..Ar 701Jp Wt"a f+ Jl, O>> toj
& Q t6p! 10 50aH27 Ar........ St. Auiruiittna........L. 8B)p44Ap U OUa 0 :
more when the weather Is extremely time, taking Into consideration thepacea ...: ,.JU" 111/OJ.IU6/ ,',. L..8t... Aulln..tlne..A.. 8 Ma b NF ro
I it"I liMp ........ Hw.dnr..Lv W ly
rn ft Up 8211a
he
old than they do when Is moderate. bill footsteps measure as F ... a lop 11 4Ua ...East PnlatkaNeoga .......... 4 68p! 810a7b8a I' w O
Inch weather asIs considered "Ideal"by walks about each day are enough to p m a 4HpTHIp it lep'. .......... .. ........... 41AP408p QW Q b!-

//1; +I'' the farmer for pig feeding. We make him sit down to rest for the remainder O C) p ..el's 70Kp 70'p la 128.p IJIjp "" ........,......Biuinolls Dupont.....,...............: "" i H61Sp 710.TIBaaooa .0. ID m Isi coO Sut1)eni

t l Inow that this belief Is. erroneous and of his life. C'tJ d 'd lOOp .....*..... ..Orm"ud...........: 8 :Pep 8"a 0 Q 01) H )
But a German scientist has) ra1 ti Q 7 Bt'p llTp ... ... ...1>&yton.........,... slap 682a p tr'Q:
will fall of! In of now *
that amount
hogs .. . .. UJ
4a Eo 80p 127p .. .Port OranK. ..,...... 8 flip 61t1l ,,
h feed consumed, 20 per cent. Recently come forward with some still morestartling A I 0 .. lil6p: I47p ." ........New Smyrna f.... SOp) j ..tr'-:
the m 1 ..... ItftpU56t ......,.....OakHIII............ aim ... 02
facts concerning Journeys) I- p
( I r the statement has been made to us .ea 4 III .. .. 114411' ...........Tlruviily.......... 142\ ..... _' tiC
I li that bogs fed in the timber where the which our eyelid undertakes every = cd ..... 8:Plp .. .. .. .. Conoa ... ... ...... II 10111> ,. .:. pI tr': 1:1II_
Il Is for ...... 82MI' ..RO<'klinlKxfunction..... 1U/lp ...... t= 1
time It winks and It not possible >>
t- tD M
i wind does not drive eat regularly and .. .. .. "
.ea .... > .... RauMallto. ..... 12 set ...... Railway
without a break when the weather leT ustosee, ,, be says unless we wink. ,.q 4a Q ;::5 ...... 4U4p( II ........ Melbourne........... IMUlp11M ....... = 0 :f
L h Unconsciously wink once second, p .ci ttJ ... .. 44A ... ..Sebastian. ....,..... .. Q p 0
+ extremely cold. This statement being. we a2 ... a.. .... ttuvauwp M.......... .. "'I.' Lucl............' 11 HalOHIta ...... tr'D: ._...
true, It Is certainly worthy of careful so that for the time we are awake dur- W .. 6 .u.p ....... Fort Pierce......... It ass ..
'M
III lug the day we voluntarily wink from E-4 o Q' ...... 8ullp .t.............Ttbbala.. ........ u ..:::: -!:iI(....
; consideration. Every farmer does not H 1&4 ...... ... ".. ............Eden... ........,...A; 108211lulTa ..... t3 S' 02a2
tare a piece of timber for a feed lot. 48.000 to QO.OOO times and' In a yearhave ...... S14plMp ...'''...I..3..n..n.. ' ... 10n.: ..... td1 (D ON
$) moved our eyelids down and --". .,M. ... .. lIIIIp: "....,,,... "8tuart..V' .."i... ......' 9m p ._... DIRECT
oil l but he Is very poorly oft If. bo lies not up o a .III.. ..... Sb'p ......... Hobettonnd"" ......?... 94>'a .... 02 UlfNB-QUICK TIME TO
I the means at hand to nearly approach gain no less than 18.250.000 times. Q --. ...... ........Vfrmt Jupiter.......... alga ..... 0 p_ W
Tbe distance that the eyelid travel\ In ...... 7gup 11 ..WeatP.lmBeaob....... IIOIA !,.. =1 t WAsbington) t Baltimore, PblfodelpDH
II'' the same conditions as those given by ''f04 9 ... .. KOOp 4..........B<>' ton..., ......... Sllilaniuia ?..... new York
the timber. ts great speed Is measured from a sia- eel ...... .. SiVp. ...... IMJrav ............ ". 8211a .. .. dy e bn1 CMMflo. CinciMMtl.
} [le Involuntary wink. .... .. DUp '.....,..Fort Lauder. a'......... ... 7R.* ,......t I:' ,0 CD tOMISVlllt, Atlanta DlrnUnflftaw.mtatpMi .
When a farm Is under a regular ,
p sys- tWop .... ....Leulnn CYty.. ........ . . U
lift 1 trio of crop rotation it Is very convenient This the scientist says Is a quarter W .. ifipAr. .. . .1IU..ml."Lv/ .945..o a 01 ebMtailooga St. Louise Kansas City.
of an Inch both ways the eyelid moving -
and advisable to also rotate the
BufT.'t Parlor Can I'rain SSir AND
on nod 78. ALl. POINTS BAST AND WT.
I and down: so that takIng
} + I feeding grounds; consequently shelter equally up -

must be portable or temporary. The the movement of both eyelids| Into "'o. 8'.n: Dully:u. Dally o. DallyJOlUa,.: 6Snu MAYPOBT BRANCH. Dnily Daily Di7; 8"1.:1 Bna NO

} + shelter can be made by using rails orpole. consideration they .cover some 60.00O pal nnl ea 'Iu l .s.'u"' oatL' only. OTMEJR LIMB .AFTKORDS SERVICe U1KB THIS

and straw or cheap plauk can be Inches In a day. The eyelkls of a man U 45PtV 'fiijp 6DIy ) tv... ....,Jack>M>uvillB. . ....Ar 860n TOOii AOp 11 kkI-ioop THE
lived will have tUlWlp l II O5i 7011" IIUII"UHI$a'" .._So. Jiwk onrill..* .....i y .4.5e 8B* 822j ttGla: 8/1:1p/: NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESSAND
has for CO f
I vsed. The shelter and feeding floor! who years lI/11p: 1140p 7 sup 6 lop|Ii 110. ...... Pablo Beach........ .. 110.[ 8t1ta:! 6 tOp 10 8 5UP
unconsciously traveled a third of the ttlllip 16111\ 716p/ 6/6p!I106atOOnlll .. .4tla""ollflacb.... ... THE
1I11l1a81111.:
t t should be near together so that a 7.200 .1'A." 90". aup AP.".".. ."."......M 'urs..L*' 69000 811'10 ses I J: 81Bp U. S. FAST MAILTo
way around the earth. or about aUOf gOUQ *
wind break can be made to protect the xc
calculation sufficient In Itself' nu.a ,, ...I\4\ ...'''' o.47' o.a0\ \ o,5f the Boot: and ISorttl.
miles a .' PALATKA BRANCH ""
from shelter to the I
1 hop as they pass !) I Dairy bally 1 17 Daily
feeding !floor which should also be protected to: cause the victim of insomnia to fall Tfp: 'II.I"-6" ; Ii 1 lie LT..Kunt Falatka..Ar l 801'100,1I8.,Dally.12Mp l Daily Dully TMp'eo4pl Dail7 poop THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED::

1 i on at least three sides by a ntq a dreamless sleep a. he reads U.- 685I._" > 8B/l TMa Ar .P..I..'.... Lv:. .....74'silIM1216pfafp: _-'_ : .! _!.Wi To this W>.t wrtU North.W.lat.
London MalL Wn.T: )Nn 4w
++ wind break. ( ..
1M
y SAN MATEO BRANCH <
PallylDallyTtf.nl

ii This wind break may be made by using Thero Is no longer, for ;p 1 L. ................... .EaMt, Pal.tka. .. ....................... 'tau Dally> The line through "the Land of the Sky" Ashevllle, Hot
plank that Is matched or that will one Jtt endure the torture an excuse Inllloted nny-by I anal) | Ar- ..:" '" . . .. _. Man Matsn . ..... ".. ... L.I ITrtoI'lI\ll1, Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the
d At neatly without matching making So. No.. .NoNu.ll
No.
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I piles when Tablet's. Buckeye Pile ORANGE OITT- -.nl1 World. Through Car Jacksonville te
Olnt-- Dai.eulyl Sleeping from
Daily DallyDallyex.Suex.8a
panels of convenient Icu th and three BRANOH' Dally .8ANFORD BRANCH.
A anent will cure them a remedy so mnder e i.Hn ac ExSu! Daily Asheville and Hot Springs North Carolina.
k p to four feet high. They can be fastened ate In price and so effective Trice ROcts. "81(5 P 1(51)58MpH21a( ) r..Nw 8vmrna..Ar'I148ftp HUp SOOp '19S" ...........Tlnwvllle ---' ExSaTfep ,
V/ .
t} j to stakes driven securely Into the bottles. Tubes, 73 cents. Wilson: Son ...IAlka Hnl,,>n..L. 461>1 4BOp .......,.. ., Mhn... :::::.. ,.."L.A. Choice Of Routes{ to Pan-flraerlcan
6 H8 .. .. / >> .a .. I 112p exposition BnTTalo n. Y.
i 4Wp Ar Oran" CltyJo. 426p 8 SOB ........ ;;
WBUpj "Enle'I'rI '::::::;:::: "
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1, j la to start tin holes! for them, by ualug) Tbe PoInt of Ills WurBln*. I IIAI'. ,,, ... ... l-anfor.1". .,..... 11 lion,. Thro gh Vtat.buled TraIns, Pu.lm.n Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through
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}Jl' a spud or post bole digger. They may : ;
+: "Yo'ii"alu"t aoqurtioled around here : "ri'loh: Coaches Excellent Car
Service.
Table 6o Dialog
Ttieae the
i need bracing to hold.l tiKulunt high wind! lme * time* trains "'Iibe extwatad toarrlrn and depart
much be youT" asked the mountaineer lion the .v..ral.tallo". but their' arrival or departure it the tutee itatud I* not
i when the ground IK soft. Three panelsit of the man on horseback. toed nor fawn. the Company bold Itself retponxibla for any delay or any aou-.u..OOtl.1I.an.a..... Through Trains via the !Southern Railway are Operated In Connection with

carefully built will last for. years. "No" Ing th..from.PENINSULAR the Plant System from Jacksonville.

1 l and we have no doubt will pay for "1 reckoned not I don's believe I'dgo AND OCCIDENTAL r 1 t For Rates
themselves In protecting the bogs Schedule and Information call on or addrrMW.

III' 1? many times over. .lore's down shack the trail If I wab that you.runs past Abe Abe bad STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT :MIAMI. T. COSBY Trailing Paft.-oger Agent, 108 W,Bay 86 JACKSONVILLE FLA.

Without doubt there are many farms his boss stole. last week." BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA. H.HARDWICK General r..nprAIf', W.H.TAYLOR: Aut.Oea.Psse.Ag' .

it 1 {f I .a which hogs are regularly grown and.l "But this Isn't his horse." Lmm Miami .. . WASHINGTON D. C. ATLANTA GA
I where they have no weather breaks or Monday. and Friday .1100 pm I/mra Havana- H. and Batnniara... 11 m sea ....
I "You doo't Arrive Key W...n and April
k seem to understand. Ialn't Juon. Satunfavs.88dpin Arrive Key West We I I.* and Sat. asth, 1901.MALLORY.
,( protection. on which fodder and straw, t.w.ve KPT West, Tu.. ...Mturdays.. g.() pm Learn Key West Thins and Sun ". 7unpm
arrusln of stealln his bossI'm I IJI)
Is you Arrive Havana....U.a..,l Munda,. 64111 am Arrive HI.mll'r\dar.and ".' pm
going to waste that could with a Mondays 6 00 am
Dimply Intlmatln to you that at For of b loc il card .
tim address
copy
s
any Agent
1 little work be made Into comfortable !
present Ah happen to h* In need of
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( ,I t shelter and wind breaks for the hogs. I a ho....',u1111 b".... I wouldn't go down BAH Ant."'\- Q n.Pa. Agant. ST APOPSTI1TE. FLA.
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Ii e Sometimes this Is attempted and be that rood If I was you."-lad la na polls STEAMSHIP LINE.
cause not well done there has arisen

k i .4F against such protection a prejudice that -- THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE Florida New York
almost condemns. their value. It built ,

I right they uiunt bo profitable and give Sun.DON'T Philadelphia and Boston.
Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada, Prom
.4 I auU.tactloo.-olllo Farmer. Rrnn.wlckdirecttoNewYork.(
WAIT. BM a a aBMM>w M H vBa

I PRICE, $4.00 and $8.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S.I I M PASSENGER 8KRYICK.
F G.r4.BiBST Sehool For Wo.... If you knew how SCOTT'SEMULSION
A4 '"'
1 In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States. To make connection with teamen, leave JackWn5t
> The Royal Botanical society of Lon- Would build you UnIon IiepotVoD) Thursdays. .Cnmberland Roate.102) :'rt
don has lately established a practical For Sale by Hernandnaat 1 do p. m. Meals an motel M"..11 Rail ...
up increase your weight p: m. (Plant 8v" .tem) arriTe Rrnnawlck I J.*) p.in r..n..
school for ladles
gardening at Its gar; Jas. Pritchard & Son, on arrival at Brtinawlck' go directly aboard ..tmer.IIontbOOu".t. .
den In Regent's park. The course of strengthen your weak throat ,

i Instruction extends over three yearn.During and lungs and put you in con. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. L..New York Pier 2! E. It. a:ab...PROPOSED m. Standard 8An.TMG8 Tim.) Ly l'I'e't""U' JIr1....."
'i the first year the pupil studies for SEE THE!: TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. rrom Brunswick Direct to New York.S.s.COWRADO. :

I : ground operatloas.lncluding the prep. dition next winter you ...... ..... .. ....... ......., FridayJ- se 1
i t /, aratlon of tile soil trenching, digging would begin to take'It ,how.n. -- --- ---- -- --- S. S. RIO ORA\nB.. ..". ,. ........ ....Friday, June 14
a.R.RIIGRAND.:...............,....;,,;. .Frldar.Ju2t
formation of1 path, beds and lawns, .' for tree ample, and try it THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE a. .l'OLOJtADo.............. rrtdayJune25
SCOTT BOW NK:, CHArnlste. For lowest rates
the taylng out of dower gardens herbaceous _:"'S harl btmt. New York. reservations and general' IWoViaiioi''p I'17! to
border, bedding out shrubberies _& we. and...oo: nil drumrlM. .. .... *' W' rYE' *"."c, ZV: .Bay St.yaekaeayOla, !!
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i Y i au-J rockeries, eluuiyutary\ d<1ln.. and .. Prints[ all kind of Commercial $Stationery Wedding Stationery Can, Bill, Et('. CL, H.IIf.LURY'" Co.!,VRAT General nv.AkwrtH.". !Agent.If,.HaiUag Brunswick Slip,,and Oa.888 Broadway N.4.



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i; EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 12 1901. 7 i iTITUSVILLE.

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SPOILED BY WEALTH. THE HOME GOLD CURE.An I.ITIJI.SInINGS., GA.

....nter die worklni Ese worked 1w.meaJr '.
r. top I
RIA1V': >:: : RIVER J : :E3:0"J'EJ" :... An .'.. winter dash ruf d. twlmra of de vrw*. ards Inictmlona Mm Being Treatment Cured] Dally by Which l. Spiteof runk- The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths, 'rP@oRa ""J

TITUSVILLE I'.. don aaee up my money 01110 her nvln rtioly Theincelvn. No' Noxious' : I>o i>. .
fay; NotVeakrnlnit the Nrv' .... A Pl.....nt, Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta on Southern Railway. A commodious ,
INDIAN RIVER I kin Uht in Dow an paint a crimson Mraak.TM Positive Cure for the Liquor. Habit. well built modern hotel Klcctilo: Lights. Steam Heat. Service and
don. my boDM' duty laU dew nlcktli( an due.Qlme. cuisine unexcelled Mineral Massage/ Vapor Turkish and Nudle Bathe
It Is now known and understood
generally: -
FLORIDA. .. :Nature's remedy for rheumatism, /gout, kidney and nervous troubles High
AD now .'.. rnter Katt r '... life chaff. that drunkenness a disease and
{ altitude. Dry climate. For booklet address JAS. E. HICKEV.1IIOHI.AIS'I .
_ So keep yoh e.res wide open, an jroh'U see MUM not weakness. A body filled with poison,
... high ole time. and nerves completely shattered by perIodical - -- -- -- _ _ _ _ .___ __ _,_ 4
AR J. G. BAST, Proprietor. Tob uncles got a dollar an a hall or constant use of Intoxicating >S, N. C.
liquors, requires an antidote capable of
I'.. keen, Jed al haughty as a. Vaudtrbllt die
day. neutralizing and eradicating this poison, i
P ah The hotel front on the An he doran han to worry 'bout no rnte| and destroying the craving for Intoxi
wideaweepotbay(7mileeIn ( Be npMx-r itopa to notice as be stepS along hla cants. Sufferers may now cure them SATDLAH HOUSE I1IGIILANDS, N. C. .
a width), formed by the way, selves at home without publicity or loss ,
Indian River, making It a Dem common of"epohU wit Bottom tea or sa fiftevn s winner eente.He'a ol de of time from business by this. wonderful Highlands, N. C., the /gem of mountain summer resorts, Is situated on the lr
de Foggy
delightful summer re- pride "IIOME GOLD CURE' which has been Blue Ridge, about 4OlH feet above the ala. 7 miles from the point of Inter I
sort. Constant cool Deae nee youngsters; why day imply makes him perfected after many years of close study section of the boundary lines of North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. ,
role breezes from the sea and laugh. and tl'eatmentof inebriates. The faithfuluse Highest temperature Indicated by Gov't thermometer In 17 years S7: Ten
bay. Flowing sulphur Bo all tan back. an cl'ah de tnck an. w.tck 'lot according to directions of this. won. mountain peaks from 4,800 to 0,200: feet high, and ten waterfalls from 2.t:\ feet
q w w springs. Special winter set de pace- derful discovery is positively guaranteedto to 80 feet fall, within one mllo to eight miles from center of town. Telephone I
v 0, v -s. rates. Yob uncle wit a dollar an a Washington half. Star. cure the most obstinate case, no matter connections and regular lines of hacks with Wallialln. S. C. Correspond for 1,
how hard a drinker. Our records further particulars with JAMES JU IEOU1'l'roprletor.
show tho marvelous transformation ot
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JACKSONVILLE. old globe circler says that Ingoing trlOUR; and upright: men. BLACK MOUNTAIN N. C.
around the world there Is scarcely WIVES CURB YOUR HUSBANDS 11 $1 I.

one traveler In a hundred who remembers Children cure your fathers! This remedy .

that In going from east to ta In no sense a nostrum but Is a specific Hotel Mount Mitchell BLACK MOUNTAIN\ N. C.
(OVAL H OTELJJACKSONV LLE, FLA. west a day Is gained and that In going for this disease only, and is so skill t
from west to east a day Is lost. Manyof fully devised and prepared that It is This three-story hotel him been furnished entirely new throughout, porcelain: l
those who come Into contact with thoroughly soluabio and pleasant to the bath tubs having been added. The hotel has 80 sleeping rooms, fine olHce U
this truth knew all about It when they aste: so that it can be !given In a cup of parlor, dining rooms ball rooms, orchestra of flue music, morning and even- j
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- were at school but never think of iten tea: or coffee without the knowledge of ; amid beautiful shaded grove, with seven hundred feet of verandas,
the person taking It. Thousands. of The tower of hotel being five stories, gives the finest view of mountain scenery I
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . . the high seas. In Illustration of drunkards have cured themselves with to be had In the State." Direct on Southern K'y., and fifteen miles northof i''
Rates $2.50/ per day and up. the point be tells\ this story: this priceless remedy, and as many more Ashvlllo, N. C. No finer summer resort In the United States for health
"My first trip around the world was have been cu red and made temperate men or pleasure. Hotel opens June 1st. Rates fa: per day. Special weekly rates 1
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. from England to Australia. Out In by having tl.o cure administered by loving to families and those remaining the whole season Any Information desired I
f
the middle of the Pacific a sign was intends and relatives without their address: care Hotel Mount\ Mitchell, Black Mountain, N. C. -
put announcing thnt tile date was knowledge In coffee or Urn and believe Formerly of Jacksonville, .'Ia. Man. N. L. WARD, Prop i

ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Ceda'r Streets. Thursday July 17. This was all right.but today that they discontinued thinking of .,. ..
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JACKSONVILLE.FLA.Amerloan their own free will.\ DO NOT WAIT.Do .
the next daythe same sign was be and nils- IIINI>
not deluded by apparent IKSONVIILK, N. c.1IENDKRSONV1LLK.
and and put up again. This was an oppor- Dilve out the
European plan. Centrally located. Just jmilt open ending 'Improvement. ,
tunity for those of us who thought we disease at once and for all time. The
ed this season. Fine cooking and !good table. Hot and Cold Water were real wise to allow the ship's. "HOME GOLD CURE" Is sold at the THE WHEELER' :. : N. C.

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All officers that they were not Infallible extremely low price of One Dollar, thus ", lIender onvllle'. Now Hotel.

After we had expended our choicest placing within reach of everybody a treatment Open all the Altitude 2,550 feet. The climate In North Carolina
street oars pass the door. Rooms /50c, 75o and $1 a day. Rooms and effectual than others year. dryest
costing-
and bad been rebuffed by various more
sarcasm Golf links.
beautiful One hundred and
board 2.00 to 12.60 per day. officers) the captain set us jtzn to $:\0. Full direction accompany Twenty-five acres grove. twenty-five)
Mrs. A. J. WALKER,.Proprietor. each package hpeclal advice by skilled bedrooms. Electric light. Steam heat Elevator Tennis court Ball room.
straight physicians when requested without extra Mineral Springs Bath rooms Ton-pin alleys. All modern conveniences.For .
BnBBSSSBISnn SBBnnmnm mnnmmmmmmnn n>nnnnnnBmnBnmmnm back day the card
"On my way ono sharge. Sent prepaid to any part of the further Information and rates, address.
ST. AUGUSTINE. went up announcing that It was Saturday world on receipt of $1. Address Dept.
I Aug. 13. The next day the sign I C 705 EDWIN R GILES CO., 2330-83( BARDIN A WIIEELUR, Proprietors, Hendorsonvlll, N. C. ,
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said Monday, Aug. 13. Two ministers Market St., Philadelphia. All [correspondence No consumptives taken.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. on board thought the captain a some- I strictly confidential.
ORIDA HOUSE i iRICUMONI
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The Old City By-the-Sea. what profane old salt. who skip-
to avoid the religious services ), VA.
This weft known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine is ped a day "- - .- ,
He
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that which they bad prepared. Six Frlvbtvncd Hone.An .
no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi convinced them that It was a mere Incident at the Porte St. Martin

cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all coincidence that on that particulardate theater In Paris has become part of The t RICHMOND, VA.Twelfth E
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. LIb- the lost day was Sunday. Since the annals of the show business. The Lexington
erally conducted. Capacity 250. Summer Rates: $2 to '2.60 per day, $8 to then I have never attempted to teach chief feature of the exhibition was a and Main\ Street

$12 per week. For further, particulars addressF. the ship's navigator his business, and "turn" consisting of the casting of a
C. HAYDEN, Manager. be can skip a century If he wishes young woman securely bound Into a Amerlcau aud European plans.

without my saying a word."-Baltimore cage of lions heralded as being tin American plan .:a.'iO: to $ I. European plan tl and upwards..

Su.n.Surprised. .. ""!\" jlerccfft!? and most bloodthirsty of man (J. A. 111 kIUII1'T: Caterer A. I). ATKINSON, Proprietor..
LAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA, n
. eaters .. . .. ..
DloU --- - --- ----- - -- -- -
by ne. The woman who had the part of the ,

This hotel Is now open for ROOMS: ONLY. It U centrally located, near "I vividly recall bearing Charles victim was taken ill\ and a substitutewas NUW YORK ;
Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. Dickens read selections from his. own found In the wife of oue of tlui _____ __ ... t

Rooms, 60cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week. writings In Stelnway hall. New York trainers, herself a trainer of some experience 4
V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. city shortly after the close of our civil but without any acquaintance Hotel K ensing ton Fifth Avo. and 16th stioet,

war," said a well known Judge. "The wltb these particular six lions. As she New York. "
hall was densely packed wltb an audience was somewhat nervous she carried'a .

LGONQUIN HOTEL ...FRO TING ON THE l'LAZA..1 of cultured people, by for the major small club ready for use should occasion Select Family Transient. Hotel European Plan k

.ST AUGUSTINE, . FLORIDA. port of whom were Intense admirers arise. Ilestauront the Standard of Excellence \,
of the man who was to entertain Amid the breathless silence of the
Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with them that evening. I was a youngster I spectators the ringmaster explainedthe GEORGE O.' HOWE, Proprietor ,

comfortable beds. Rates moderate. then., but was glad to part with $2 (o I ferocious nature of the lions and Late of the Buckingham, !St.: Augustne| and) other Florida hotels. '

MRS. A. S. PELL, Proprietress. bear the author of 'Nicholas Nlckleby'read the terrible rink of the woman and . - .. -,- --.- .
his own lines. But his appearance she was thrust In at the cage door
-- on the stage though greeted by In the, excitement of the occasion the HAUATOUA S1'ICINGS.> N. Y.

oicaioxn applause was a distinct shock so thor door was not securely shut after her. I

oughly out of keeping was his costume No sooner was she fairly Inside than
OTEL ORMOND BY.TI E-SEA. with the conventional evening attire of the six monarchs of the Jungle seeing EVERETT HOUSE'tlAUATO COQUINA ,
lIe was clad In a short had been forced ,
East Coastiof! Florlda. a gentleman. that a strange person
velvet coat that looked exactly like a them raised a chorus of shudder This beautiful family hotel will open for the )10th.lIoaIlOD, under tile same
Hotel Coquina Is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. Whileit velvet vest to match upon management/ on June list, lliol) h
smoking jacket bolted for the cage door.
offers all the delights of the sea-shore, it Is only ten minutes' walk, or five red necktie. Such a Ing terror, tails'and New plumbing, with the latest Improvements, lies been put In throughoutthe
and walks the and -flaming clawed It open and with dragging house and U has also and refmnlshed.
minutes by horse car, from the orange groves palm-shaded on entire boon newly ,painted
banks of the Halifax River. 'It IH two mites from the railroad station being garb was In reality an affront and an cringing flanks fled out througha The !hotel nucnmntodatrs! two hundred guests (at reasonable rates.) and had. h
connected with It by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives groves of lemon Impertinence to that fashionably clad rear entrance and found refuge in a live hundred feet of shady plsaxu.
orange and rare tropical fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, assemblage. But It was overlooked as cellar whence they were dislodged only The location, opposite Windsor Hotel ou South Broadway, Is one of the best
ocean and surf-bathing and fine fishing. The climate is delightful, and Is an eccentricity of genius and much after great difficulty. ID /Saratoga: and only one block from all the principal springs.
beneficial cases of overwork or nervous prostration. applause attended the rendition. It was a week before the "ferocious For'terms and other particular, address!
Will open about the let of June; but will be in a position to take care' of Nowadays the newspapers would man eaters" were sufficiently recovered P. M I SUAUE2. Saratoga Springs, N Y.T .

guests after May 10th. Summer Rates: $2 per day; $H to $13 per week. roast any man. however famous for; from their terrors to reappear inpublle.Meclure's ,
For further Information address D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Fla. --- -- -
daring to come before the public In Magazine.A : .
such grotesque attire but 1 do not recall -i1'i1iigi.: .I.II

SEABREEZE. that any of the New York:, papers std

criticised the distinguished visitor for Sir Walter Uvwant ,ls said to bare e'rJ
his sartorial laxity. Washington once settled a disputed cab fare In a I: 1'

BY-THE-SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA. Post novel manner. tie drove from Piccadilly ,

foe Breakers (City Beautiful.) to some place In the'suburbs out. r
The ABtlthetteavl 01........ side the radius. On getting down he 19e
Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier.
To attempt to get a Chinaman to assign tendered to the driver three shilling "
New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100 gu ats. Overlooking the a reason for, anything Is futile. and sixpence, which was a little over '(
Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath singleor ,-"
One day while riding a donkey through the proper fare. The man. however ,
suite. First-class modern plumbing throughout the entire build- r
en system ,
the west of Peking I noticed wanted five shillings. Uvunotlf fused.
country \
Ing. Twenth-elght bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh water '
shower b th. Life line extending four hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two that the women of the country villages, "I'd like to fight you for it." said the 1

latest improved life boats for safety to bathers at any possible mishap, and for mostly farmers' wives and daughters driver.:
deep sea ashing., Special attention will be paid fishermen and fishing parties did not bind their feetI said to the "Tli very thing" said esanc, who' '
under the pel'llOnallupervlalon of manager. The "Breakers" has been erected donkey driver who was running along had never In his life put or> a boxing GREAT REVOLUTION ,n FISHING NETS; .
without regard to expense to meet the demands of those who appreciate first- beside me. The country women do not glow and was almost as Ignorant as CATALOGUE FIEESEND FOR ONE. "

class service and It will be the aim of the management to retain it as such. bind their eet. do they?'' Pickwick even of the fighting attitudo. To reduce our stock we. are compelled t:., Cut our former prices| In two. Our catalogue -
1 1001. Rates $8 to $11: '
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY-Opens July per "No." "The thing! Capital! We'll
week. Special to families and parties. Any further information will be glady "'Wby r have the very fight In the, back garden. will give you\ prtMnt: BOTTOM PRICES

Furnished furnished upon cottages appplicatlon to rent In to G. A. PACETTI Seabreeze, Manager Fla., "They do not bind their feet. My brother will look on. bold the The Chic go Net and Twine Co.
Is It that the Chinese women and fair!
connection wltb hotel. II.,L. KOCHERSPKRGER, Prop. "Why takes see .
bind their feet?" The cabman got down .10..1,. ,as If 79-81-83 E. Indiana Street. .. Chicago, nilnol
"They bind their feet" be did not quite care about It after alL
EAU GALXIE. "But why do they do ItT* II. followed Into the garden where --- -- --- - --- -- - -- -

"That Is tbelr custom. there was a lovely bit of green turf. PABLO. BY THE SEA LIVERY.
"But why Is It their eastern?" Besant ptnocd the five shillings In his f
EAU OALLIE FLA.
(otel Granada "There la no why-no reason what frlvdd's band, took off bill coat and
On Indian River.The ever." waistcoat and rolled up his sleeves- Turnouts of all descriptions SADDLE: HORSES,

Ask a child, "Why did your brothernot all with an air of cheerful alacrity.
Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gallic, Fla., 192 miles south of Jackson come to school today" "Now. my friend. said he, "I am : BAOOAOE Transfer ,.

ville on the west shore of the Indian River unexcelled boating, hunting and "My brother did not coaa to school ready a* soon as you are." Ills anxietywas \ TRAPS HAULING Etc.
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike today" great but It decreased as be + P

hotel. Rates $3.50/ to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. Or Inquire of a man. "Why Is It that watched the cabman's face express SURREYS Wm. WILKINSON, I
BROS. Eau Gallle Fla
Open all the year. .Address GLEASON the Chinese build a pagoda 13- stories successively all the emotions of bounce,

bight and be will most probably surprise, doubt. hesitation and abject LAUDAUS, Proprietor. r

TALLAHASSEE. answer "That la the way to build a cowardice
pagoda."-tsa* Taylor Headland of "No. no." be said at..last. "Gimme VICTORIAS Pablo Beach, FU.

University of Peking In WashingtonStar. the three and six. I know your tricks, -- .. --_. - - -- --- -- -_- __ __ ___ .J

JAMES Hotel TALLAHASSEE FLA. both of you.. I've been done this way

Centrally located. The only brick, hotel In the city. The table Is appned He>w to M.k. B*.. ..... before. _____. ___. VV aRMS! VERWiFUCEl WHITE'S CREAM ,,1

with the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds. Rates $3:I to $3 Pour two quarts of warm water over KnclUnmen In A_.....*. .
the week. a pint of beans and soak all night. In Among Englishmen who come to M...a .... .....1.jftooIIIJo. ,
per day. Special by
MRS. ? R. LAM-B, Prop. the morning drain and torn Into a soup America a British author,' Mr. VacbelL
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For 20 Year Hal: Le al orm ems las.2I za
kettle with a quarter of a pound of enumerates, "the parson's con. the fortune
-- -- --c-- aiOLL: :aa..A..: 2:. aILI7 C3r C3r Z_ .
--- - and-a
---- -- ---- sliced onion moral Idiot the
sliced salt pork a hunter the remittance .
ATLANTA GA. _I root of celery. Bring slowly to a boll man and the sportsman." .., ---'. JAMES F. BALLARD St. Louts.i

and simmer for six boars. Rob through It tsv a clever sod comprehensive

T LANTA. OA.UNDER coarse sieve return the soap to the catalogue but It omits ode- of the type ;
;, HE KIMBALL HOUSE, kettle sod season with salt pepper and most Interesting to Americans-the Irresponsible JOB

NEW MANAGEMENT. .! -. ..' a teaspoonful of kitchen bouquet and "younger son" s.nj to "the PRINTING
then thicken with- a teaspoonful of States' to meek a fortune he baa never ;
American and European Plans. Liberally conducted All modem eq\alf brown roux. Put a handful of dice of been able to fled at home or to avoida OF ALL KINDS k
tat on.ata. s
ments. Central location opposite Union Passenger : fine bread on tb..surface of the soup maturing, crop of wild cats.-New

High Qrade and Popular HoteL For rate., etc., address JAB._ E. HICKKY after It lain the tureen. York Qerald. ,- ... ; ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. ,

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:?i FLORIDA, Visitors who cannot JUDGE JONES-WILL DECIDE. Bobbins & Graham Co. ESte.. ::ae: :ItZ &:, :: 3Rp.,

; call at our stores should write for a -DEALERS INGROCERIES -

". catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs Tarunan-Slmonton. TltnsTllle Fight, July to 3rd.be Heard In (Incorporated.) GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

C/lo/ counsel for Frank Siraontoo In the quo We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of LI,
ono
owns
warranto proceedings brought company for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your a
again Write us station
era.
112 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville; also at him by Solon B.Turroan,affecting Si mooton's IiAN :3D S E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITU8VILI.E Fi.A

1 St. Augustine, Palm Bench and Nassau. right to occupy the position of solicitor - .

of the criminal court, recently In the Indian River Country; On the St. S. W. CARROLL, W. E. Golusyl i
flied with Clerk W. L. Hanks of the circuit -
,
Lucie River at New River and on Bay
a ...THE -ANHEUSER BUSCH.,. court a motion to quash and a de- ; Carroll Ss Goldsmith
murrer to the bill tiled by Wall & llanip Blscayne. Prices to suit the times
t Asso's ton, counsel for Turroan. They also ,
Brewing Send for Land List. -Dealers I -
gave notice that they would appear to
argue their motion and.demurrer before Offices at Titusvlllo and Miami, Fb.OEO. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE

1 Famous St. Louis Keg and Hot- Judge Minor S. Jones, at Tltusvllle, r a 4 ,. .
tied Beer. July 23: at 3 p. m. The disqualification !M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Tour Patronage+""teo
Smooth Cayenne Suckers.For of Judge Wall and the disinclination of President. Actnary TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Bold by: Messrs.F.A, Lontey: andR. Judge locker made It'Decessary to bring . ... - -- ." .. - p _. -- -- . -
L. ]Mutlow! ,TIUmvllle.Kla.By the matter before some other circuit Brevard Abstract of Title Co -
Mr. R Si. Motlow Cocoa,Fla. each. immediate delivery. ; price, ctll. judge, and the selection of Judge Jones INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
is, it is understood satisfactory to both WILL FURNISHAbstracts
I J. IIOWAUD LKTOUKNBAU
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parties. This interesting TITUSYILLE: FLA.
legal contest
JOSEPH ZAPF tf Eden Florida. of TitleFOR
,
..Al -- is therefore to remain In statu quo until! Is prepaied to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Spcc.n It1enUJ!
1 July 2:1: when the' techntca.ittes
upon LANDS IN- for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing .
paid sacking my motto
Sole Agent. Plantation' For Sale. which it hinges will come before Judge
Ii Jones on the motion to quash and the Brevard County. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

d+ 010 to 620 West Buy Street, Fifteen acre pineapple plantation. demurrer mentioned above. Meantime Office under Law Office of .. -'
aI' Frai k M. Sim on ton will continue to discharge
FLAsori Three acres Improved. About one and the duties of solicitor. GEO. ![. ROBBINS, J. K. WALKEB. C. II. SWAIW.
; JACKSONVILLE, one-half acres In pineapples River front. TITOBVILL.M .. FLA..
I Price lO.UO.() Address, From the latest developments in the
> ii v- J. S. SMART, Turman-blmonton contest for the sollcitorsblp Dry Goods, Shoes, 1
St Rio Fla. Market .
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East Coast Meat
of the criminal court, it appears p
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F. A. LOSLEY -- that the case will not be argued before Furniture

DEATH OF MR. LORILLARD. Judge antlopated.Judge/ Ilocker. as has previously bee (I. F. DUREN, Agent ,

TITUSVILLE FLA.
it locker has stated that the press
. i eo co: Notions and MillineryNew
+ ttI' Mr. Pierre Lnrlllard, well known to of business In his court, will not permit .
numerous residents along the East Coast him to consider the case In his court, '; -
--Jl f1I4'I of Florida, died In New York at 2 ::10 on and In consequence, lie will not be able co: ww Goods at close prices.
Monday afternoon, from kidney trouble. to participate the mutter further. This! ,-- llv
Ills death took place at the Fifth Avenue will necessitate the contestants going before b YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED +
hotel, where ,he was taken from the Home other circuit judge In the s:>:o Ir7+ ,
I4'I' steamer Deutschland when she arrived State, after ten days notice to the de- -- John R. Walker & Co. k

from England/ on July 4th. .The members fendant.
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FLA.Special
r of the family present at the bedside Who this judge will be, Is not known TITUSVILLE,

t when the end came were: Mr.lorlllard's I at present but it la currently understood _. cn..;......
daughters, Mrs. T. F. Tailor and Mrs that ( iroult Judge Minor S. Jones will =fL rn
Wm. Kent, and their husbands and Mr be the one before whom the case will be ? y pTITUSVILLE

Pierre Loilllard, jr., and wife, and also argued, and who will settle the interesting FI.01UDA. AttentionGIVF.N !
Pierre Lorillard, third. I question as to who Is leally solicitor
Deceased was the eldest son of Peter of the criminal court in Illllitboro counti .
Lorlllard, architect of the fortune which The case Is one of much interest, aside 1v
made the family name famous. lIe inherited from the local features.and has been the f. 'I TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-

much of the business ability ot cause of some comment from the press a
I't his father, and marked success attendee of the (State: as the decision will establish Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware,)
toe the commercial enterprises which he a precedent upon which to base tho
i ,,, Sdpte? 'kEa'' planned and executed. At the death of disposition of similar! e8ln the future .. Harness and Stoves.

t his father be received about $IIJOI.oooand -Tampa Tribune.
an Interest jointly with his brother
and sisters in the great tobacco house ot ;C Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly;,|
THE FLORIDA STATE
FAIR.
which his father had been the head. Heat ut;
ouce purchased from his brothers a ...- ..rJ Jas. Pritchard c& Son.
fP NEAR & TAYLOR, utract of the house and by .slirowec ANKOKA, FLA., July 10, 1001. rd
: business management greatly Increase!
Editor ,
Fast Coast Advocalr
-' :-' Artesian WellCONTRACTORS his fortune. Among other places he : FoBtofllce Box>212,
rJ. built a Iandsomevresidenoe. on Fifth avenue There Is a matter of very groat importance .
..' '1 M .''J',. New York, and entertained in a to the people of Dievard County, to t"Us'V"111e.: Florid.a.:
G style. which I desire to call their attention
;: ;1ff.J.. f tit I f 1 Nearly eight months ago Mr. Lorlllar This matter Is the Florida State Fair to "'Z .

; f ? Ean Gallia Fla. left New York for the South of France, be held in Jacksonville, Nov. 18 to 22 In. .
advised by his physicians to take a protracted elusive. Every progressive State In this I If[ Your House Goes up in Smokeand The Nation's

rest. From France he went to country holds an annual State Fair in Its "San fflateo"/
r.. 1 England to attend the horse races; and chief city. Why not our fair State Its you loose everything *
as he was a general favorite among Englishmen need Is urgent Its possibilities along It is you own fault. Best Cigar,S SIt'w

be enjoyed himself Immensely the line of our material progress are Faro :In..en.1ra.n.oc: :
d p U1O West Day St Jacksonville, and all well as his health permitted /Treat.[ As a force along educational
FINE Mr. Lorlllard was a great lover of lines It is unsurpassed. We need a coming sufficient to cover the value of the prop. ; allFloridn.
and household should be
horse racing. His connection with the together of our people, our products, erty effects carried
Wines Liquors and Cigars. turf began In 1873: when he was advised our achievements. We need broadening Rates are not high. The companies .
by his physician to seek an out-door life. and deepening The State Fair will do I[ represent are solvent, reliable and lib Why buy imported\ cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored wiUj
ad led.Don't .
Anheuser-Busch Extra Pale on Draught. \died eral. Claims are promptly jut
When his father each of his child- this.
!
opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-ci|
r + Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. \dren-there were five son and three It is the duty of every good citizen of neglect; to.take cute policy.
The best of Service and a pleasant quiet daughters-received a million. But the our County to give moral and material O. SS. Soh-u.y1.cr. price

t aesort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. deceased was the one who had kept up !aid and encouragement to the State Fair TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FREE BY MAIL TO ANYl BOX of as... . .. . . .. ni|
t the business. He married Miss and Its management. It Is the duty of
1' Taylor, noted: for her oeauiy.In Emily our____ ouicials to lend a_ nand for the \;Ouo.ty'e 'n_. Correspondence Invited. ADDRESS......)r I Box of 50.... . ..... . Ills

u Testimonial. yachting! Mr. Lorlllard wait famousfor welfare, and take Its place in the list -
a time. lie built the Vesta, a tine of progressive counties -FOR SALE BY- W- :\\/LEZ-;, : ,

James C. Wlgnatl, Boat Builder, No. 015 schooner, that raced from New York toCowes Our County has much to show and to Robt. L. Motlow
4 f iI Warren St., Kensington, Philadelphia.J. England. He also built the Kah- Ira thankful for. Our Interests are varIed ,
I, O. Walton, Esq., Tltusvllle, Flat da and other famous yachts. and extensive. Let us show the pea Tltuavlllft and Conoa, Flafiuiin .
1 11 Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Ma- When he went Into rlclnfr.. Lorillard ple of the rout of the State and all visitors .
l chines are In use in my.boat shop, and bought a colt for which he paid to the Fair what we have;; and whatwe
? 1 iI are regarded as an invention of great 780. It was a row-boned specimen of a have done. A nice Brevard County rULLpmm'f : : : : : .
pN t{ utility.. It saves time and labor and Is colt, which the owueroalled Parole. This exhibit would do our people credit.
of great service In calking light/ boats home, however, soon beat everything In I write 'bl'lel1y to urge on our peoplethe
k IF where beauty of finish Is desired, and It the Untied States lie was then shipped wisdom and value of taking a prom)- clean
Swept by the fire of'May the Srd, Have on band again a Complete
does not bruise the like the old
d seams to England i where be won several race. nent part In this State Fair.
I method of adapted cheerfully reoom' This was the beginning of a series of no- Very truly yours, Stock of Seeds-all kinds for Summer Crops. Write for prices of Seeds
I II 5 mend It as well to meet the ordinary tabln achievements on the turf, followed'Y C. T. )ICUA TY..
I requirements of the trade. the 'victory of Iroquola In the English for fall planting Fresh Stock and Poultry Powders.. Lambert's Death to
Yours truly, JAS. C. 'VJO ALL. Dei'by. Home years ago, Mr. Lorillard '
h Mr. Wlgnall's/ boat shops are adjoining sold his Fifth avenue' home and left for REGISTER HOWE'S LAND. uW t M aI51R1 gafYi1e1.W Lice, Slug Shot, etc. A few pairs of grown Belgian Hares at $3 per pair,

I II Cramp' ship-building yards. He Is building England, where he spent much of his 1 ,'.. le0all. full
MMN lYl ,. blood. -
j the boats for the men-of-war that Lime. Good luck continues to pursue Register .4 Mrs

were built by Messrs. Cramp & Co. Deceased was an enthusiastic sportsman Jame K. Howe( of Brooklyn N. Y., L. CAMERON The Seed Store,
: dr: For sale by Jaa. Pritchard & Son. and has been regular visitor to who licked John' Morrissey Gray oeffect- B .12OTHE
the East i Coast of Florida for many years, ually at the polls In 180! and I III spend- J 12S East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Excursion Kates' to Huffalo. and delighted to cruise up and down our InlC .VXX.> of the fees of his office In the ---- ,
Inland waters on board his palatial house erection of a serge equestilan statute of : URKATK.ST. !: DISCOVERY: OF THE
t On account of the Pan-American- boat Caiman, which was burnt to the George Washington for the adornment NINETEENTH: CENTURY. ESTABLISHED 1870./
d c position, the Seaboard Air Line Hallway water's edge at New Smyrna, last year. of Diooklyn. -..
is selling ticket. from stations on Its Mr. Lorlllard for many year was a subscribers Some years ago Mr. Howe JOlt to help SMOKEYOUNG'S
lines to Buffalo at very low excursion to the EAST COAST ADVOCATE,. out an old friend in ftnanolalstraltr, purchased M.: Lane & Son
f'! rates. This company offers the choiceof and he was always a welcome visitor to from him over 400 acres of swamp MAGIC ,
two routes, with the fastest aed most thl office. lands together, with A lake In Florida'
i! convenient schedules ever The exact value of Mr. Lorillard's estate lie[ never dreamed until recently that It
Buffalo, either via all rail route trough at this 'writing la not known, but It was going to turn out a most profitable Consumption, Catarrh, Cough, NSW YORK.
1 1 Is believed to be over 123,000,000. Investment foi him. He hat dlscoveied
Richmond and Washington or through
/ SouthernwWPr irn
Portsmouth and Norfolk; thence a delightful In that the swamp lands and lake are rich Asthma and La Grippe Core and Prodiia!
deposits of the sand from which
(( I sea trip to the east, where oou- THE PROGRESSIVE CULTURE
4 neotlons are made with the great Trunk I 'kaolin," which Is used la the manufacture The wondortni.neaes that baa lean. obtained
CLUB. : of the finest quality of china, Is by this great: Magic: Cure in ... short a time
Lines the Rainbow
direct These
to City. which Is shown by the signed ttatlmonUla' from Cor.a.r.a.1ss1oc.: : : : ::IMIerohan: : ts.
} made. Two ::
companies! In each of which
routes are positively the most convenient some of the beat oltl8": ......to It.eu",.. Is a aiifcient -
and attractive to Buffalo,.and It will The members of the above club met Mr. Howe Is Interested, have been formed guarantee to those ulInrniK' tram the SPECIALTIES: : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Card and oar q*|
to develop the deposits and above dlmmiMS. They should not fall to it.
a large try
Interest and call the
>,, ; benefit you to on at their the Indian River hotel
f room in for It la a purely vegetablemi tiiul. I cb.lle"llethe tatlons furnished
l Seaboard Air Line Railway agent before Titusville, on Monday the !8th' lust, with factory utilizing the raw product! Is world to dent that this 1*the Drat and only on application.
completing arrangements for your trip. ten members Being business being constructed! near Ninth street on sure curs for Conpiimptlan, Catarrh, coughs: ---- ---- _
present. a ---
the Asthma and La that baa
Gowanus Canal, In Brooklyn.A Grippe ever been put
meeting. no programme woe rendered. before the public. It baa never failed In any CORRESPONDENCE; INVITED.!: 8TKKCIL8McCOMB rvitr lS0Ea
Remember that the EAST COAST The advisability of adjourning duringthe am where been tried. Smoking: YounK'a
i ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing summer months was discussed, andIt Pleasant Party. treat lunga.Magic.nd destroys Cure the MI.Ok8tOO.microbes( direct to the

at short notice. Send them an order was decided to meet as usual, but .1 package. Trial package 29 & CO.
,, '4 and be convinced that It la the plane to would dispense with the study of English Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. McDonald, of Sent per prepaid to any part of the U.centv S. ,
literature until the return of absent
have job printing done.WEATHER Palm Beach Invited Miss Effle Welch Prepared only by
member In the fall. Miss Kate Pritch
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Johnson and family, HENRY R. THOMAS
I ard extended a cordial Invitation to the lisa Hahn, Miss Patterson, John Bur- Chemist" Drugglat. LaVllla :LOg :E1.cnc1c St.; Now Yor3a .
Pharmacy)
REPORT. I member to meet at her home at their
1 dine. E. O. Sewell and M. W. Culbertson Jacksonville, Fla.
1 II -. next meeting on Monday, July 15th. of Miami, to spend the -lib and 5th of ..Make a Specialty of.
By Rev. Jas. n. White, observer for .
Social conversation was then Indulged
I July with them at the Breakers, at Palm
j Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. In and the meeting adjourned. Clyde Steamship Line.
Beach says the T. U. & Citizen oorres-
SUMMARY FOR JUNK, 1001. Mae M. F. GOLDSMITH: pondent. The party accepted the lovlallon I -
''L 11i Highest temperature on the 7th. 83.5 r-ecretary. leaving' Miami the morning of the I Tickets and Line-can reservations be via the Clyde Beans and Pineapples]
i 1 Loweat" 2nd,. U8.0 .ath, and returning the evening of the Steamship secured of Chas
I clean for the month. . .. . .. . 78.2 Th. Bond A Bond Lumbar. Co. Gth, Miss Kittle :McDonald returning with U. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office! Ti-
11 r Average mean for 20 year . .. . 783 them. They had a most enjoyable' time tllavllle.WALTON.
1 '1 v Highest " .. In 1884. MXO while at Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs.. Favor us with a: part of your shipments.
At recent of the above CALKING'
a meeting
.. oom- TOOL
i Lowest .. 188tf: T5.4 McDonald have. a most happy faculty of Is one of
i. ( Rainfall in Inches . .. . . ... ... 0.80 panv; the following officers were elected: making such gatherings more than ordinarily the best tblnirs'for\ boat builders and We won't ask you to continue If others beat us.
i f F. E. Bond, president: J. B. Conrad, yachtsmen; price ..a.IO and $8.00 each.
Average for 94 year . . .. . . 5.90 enjoyable.
E. L. Bond treasurer For sale J.....
h f Greatest 180 . . 1428 vice-president! ; ; at Frltchard & Sou',
A. A. King This Titusvlll Fla.TITUSVILLE'S.
I I Least " 1S99..1111 secretary. company ,
d has been doing a big buslnes of late; Don't De Hard Up. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the StsucSS -
Prevailing direction of wind.. . . NE
Number of clear day, . . . 14 : and although the two sawmills are cutting TRAINS. a Y4twA
.. to fair . ; . . . 7 100OOOft. of lumber daily, Mr. F. E. Let us prepare you to stark genteel -
+ '. II cloudy . . . 9 Jond recently had to go to Georgia to mat ness of your own. You can make The following are the time of arrival wmw:: :: A. :Sours: :: 0

I. L .. II days with rain. .. . . 13: I purchase 100,000ft.the demand of for finishing lumber lumberto big money at home making mirrors. and departure of passenger train to and

ii lI, t! Island Home the supply.East Const.! along Easily and quickly leaned Write for from THusville: GRAIN SEEDS
HAY
MerrltU bland Fla.! particular! VTB80UBD. AND GARDEN ,
i Mr. S. G. Vanlandlngham ,
tR manager FCHLOSO A Co. Learee TUaavilta for Miami" and at S M
1 ; polll.
w of the Tltusvllle branch I III continuallyon Intermediate points.imwraaoeso. .
{ 1 jaThe ADVOCATE doe job printing the move estimating and taking or- .at Box flft.\ Tltusvllle, ria. Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilize

den up and down the coast. On Tuesday Leave.TUnavilto for'Jacksoanlle M 1:AS pjn, M1
and Intermediate .
yam' Reading notice ads. on this page he was at Fort Pierce, attending to -Please mention the ADVOCATB when .. Tltaarlllai. for San ford polata.. .. 7 -lIT.-mimmVirf 112 Eat Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: la.an
are rive cent per line per week. umber order writing advertiser' ArriveTltiiavlUe from Sanford latfja Agt. for Purina Feed.
Warehouse on track of S. A. L. B'y. and PUnt Sf

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