Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: July 19, 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: VID00356
Source Institution: University of Florida
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OCAL NEWS Please write ns whenever you fall to U- Deed< blanks sold at this office. -Attorney F. J. Webb returned home, DEATH OF MRS. OLIVER.Mrs. AMONG THE HOTELS.

receive the ADVOCATE.!: yesterday, from a trip to Melbourne.Mrs. \
-Mr. D. Alderman, of Fort Pierce, 1 ___ .

Topics/! of General-Interest. -Read the two advertisements of J. was In town a day or so the first of the K. 8. Wiley, of this place, Is : Oliver, wife of L. C. Oliver, who Where to stop along tho East Coast t

B. Sutton, Ocala's well known seedsman, week. now visiting relatives In Valdosta, Oa. has been sick with a complication of diseases See list of hotels on 7th page/

THE ADVOCATE, on our 8th page. r-Mr. Ed. Morgan and daughter, Miss 'Judge M. N!. Jones left here, yesterday leaves, died a devoted Monday husband evening/and Mis a sou Oliver and The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all

-We understand Mr. Henry Whipple Annie, of Melbourne, spent from Tuesday for Klondike, to spend a couple of
11.50 per annum, in advance. daughter to mourn her loss. Mr. and the host hotels In New York city.
'. has sold his mercantile business at t<;den until Wednesday In town. days.
six months Mrs. Oliver and the
1.00 family wore among/
(2.00 per an. to foreign oountiles. to Mr. W. G. Frank -Attorney Geo. M. Robbins has been -Dr J. :M. Dixon went to Cocoa, Wednesday first to settle In Miami. Soon after the tusvlllo Whore hotel to atop and in boarding Tltusvllle house See ads TI.on

-Mr. Frank GauMer was a passengeron attending to law matters at Orlando this to coo bin mother, who was on railroad was completed r. Oliver erected

lien you subscribe for the ADVO-I Saturday's southbound train, en routeto week. lIe returned home yesterday the sick list an elegant homo at the corner of! our 7th page.Manager ,

Jensen and other Thirteenth street and Avenue B Miami Chas A, Merritt, Into of Hotel
by the year, It doss not cost you points. -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. McFarland re -Capt. Fred Sooblo gave a delightful ,

i cents per week, postage included. I -J'lIra. A. J, Sembler; who, has been turned to Jacksonville, Saturday last, sail to a party of fourteen of his lends, Mrs. Oliver was a lovely woman, bOIl190inDtlrt'l"I'o Hatlibun, Jacksonville JU..IUIIOIU\\ but now of I
l Is said
<'led by all who knew her. Not Hotel Lexington, Viw,
41 41to
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Indian
Rro visit her mother from their cruise to West on River, last evening.
date of expiration printed upon on a pleasant to at Martinique, business.
only does her death fall with a nulling be doing quite a nourishing
| paper or wrapper every week. This Eustls, has returned to TI tu vllle. Indies. Attorneys Jns. T. Sanders and R. It. blow upon her household, but her death )

ecelpt for your money. No need Secure reservations via Clyde Line -G. 8. lllne has rented Mrs. Scrim Taylor, of 31 land, made a thing trip to will be nutinnod by many others. Those Hotel Coquina, OrOllIUI-by.Smwill fishIng be
Ihllllllll11mOI'. Fine
|s to Rend receipt for subscription steamers, between Jacksonville, New /goour's house, next to the Lesley saloon, Titusvlllo and return yesterday. who know her bust loved l her the host, open for /guests nml Rates-
sailing dilvlrg.
bathing
[ ate glees it to you. York and Boston the where he baa shoe and harness and knew her During / /
at .ADVOCATE opened a Attoinoy M. Goldsmith who has sterling worth. { *j: per day, 18 to if li per week. Further

in COAST ADVOCATE Is ottice, TituavilleI. repairing shoo.Mr. boon spending; a couple of duya at Or. her Illness everything that loving hands particulars, of I>>>. II. MatheHon, Manager,
EAST onkc and skillful medical treatment could do
news-stands at five .. Cameron Jacksonville's prominent ..J. A. McGuire, one of Mr. It. M.Flagier'e lando, returned bore, yoateiday Hotel Coquina, Oimond l, Fla. *
the
following for hor was done, but the die was cast, ,
seed merchant,. has a fine stock of well-known contraotots, was In Col. W. H.Anno Miami's well-known of B of Hotel
i per copy : and Mrs. Oliver obeyed the summons \ { D. 1\Iatbo"on.
tusvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. new seeds ou hand, to which the atten Ormond on Monday .Inspecting the Or- attorney, was In town from Wednesday the Master. As the sun sank behind the Coquina\ Ormond, Is .about to have post -

J. B. Screven.keonvflleDuval thou of the people of Florid: is diiocteil.Mr. mond hotel property.Mr. until yesterday! greeting his many ft'lends.Me western horizon, and darkness! begun to i driven' on the baaah bolow tko low watermark

hotel. II. Whlpple, of Eden, was in A. K., Wilson, foreman of the srs. T. A. Whitaker and W. J. gather, the soul of her who had\ hues a to which will be attached life

News stand, Union depot town from Monday until Tuesday, when ADVOCATE: office, paid a visit to the pine Cathart, of Jacksonville, well known blessing to tier friends, tho light of the lines. The moat timid surf bather can

lie boarded the northbound train, sayinghe / apple fields of Jensen last Saturday: and commercial travelers, were guest of the home, the Idol of her husband, the guiding then bathe with absolute safety.Managers. j

Reading notice ads are ten cents was going to Jacksonville on a short returned here next day. Indian River hotel,. yesterday.,! star of her children, went out to lie Graham Hotel Blsoayne.
When the word was pasNOdfrom
visit. no more.
'neon this page. -The residence at City Point formerly Miami, was a pleasant visitor to town on
-Major F. M. Taylor, of this place, lip to lip that Mrs. Oliver had !gone,
eoure your reservations over thee -Major S. C. De Pass and wife, of owned by Capt. Chas. Brock, of Jack received a carload of his furniture, Wednesday It cast a gloom over the entire commun Sunday afternoon, returning home next

Line at the ADVOCATE office, TI- Memphis, Tenn., are a very jovial and sonvllle, was burned last Friday, and nobody ?rom Hault St. Marie, Mich. ity. Mr. Oliver and the children have day. Mr. Graham has not boon In Ti-.

lle. x popular couple who are enjoying/ the seems to know the cause of the wbeie lie has had It stored. lIe will soon the deepest sympathy of the entire com tunvllle for many years but his numerous
cool, ocean breezes at Hotel Coquina, fire. friends were pleased to give him ahearty
move Into the residence be recently purchased munity.-Miami correspondent of Time
Has Annie Clark, of Fellowship, Is Ormond.T. In Titusville.Mr. greeting: all the name, Hotel
Miss Mabel Sembler, who has been -Union and Citizen.
visit of few weeks to I I. tlll
pusvllle on a a Ulsosvutt
later Mrs. Blocs Rice. B. Hicks &: Co, of this place, quite 111 the past three weeks, is now Winston S. Brannlng, who hat The late Mr*. Oliver was a former resident open.
have started a flsb camp at Oak Hill, with much Improved In health, and her many been visiting his mother at Green Cove of Tltusvllle, where she had many The ADVOUATR I Informed that the

rmond Beach looked quite gay on Mr. Hicks in charge. Mr. E. B. Semblerone friends hope to see her around again erelong Springs, during the past two weeks, has friends, and was highly respected. Her: office stall of the United State Hotel,

irday, afternoon, owing to the large of the firm-has charge of the TI- returned to Tltusvllle and Is again/ Installed remains passed through here, Tuesday, Saratoga include Charles E. Hartwell,
bar of persona who were Indulging tusville business. In his position of assistant-cashier en route' to her old home In Reldnvllle, private {bookkeeper; Fred C. King (of
-Lawn
tennis and be
rf bathing. dancing seem to Ga., for Interment, Mr. Oliver and son the Royal Polnolana, Palm Beach, ),
at the Indian River State Bank. Flag
Mrs. Henry Egger and family left here, the favorite pastimes at present. There
and daughter being on the same train. and A. D. Cushing, room clerks| .
The pineapple grower who sent a Tuesday, for Opelika, Ala., to spend a will be another dance, given by the Cherokee -Mr. and Mr*. Hoffman Allan, two Babcock, cashier; Paul V. Roux, assist

D of delicious queen pineapples tooffice few months with relatives. Mrs. Egger's club, in the Opera house to-morrow popular winter visitor to Itockledge, /ASTERN ant cashier, and A. C, Coleman, mall
a few days ago, failed Co send many friends will miss her In town. She night. are now sojourning at Hotel Monmouth, ORDER STAR clerk

ame, .so we do not know who to has not been In .first-class health of late, -Brevard School Board had special Asbury Park, N. J., where they will re-
k. so we hope the will be of much a A letter to the ADVOCATE from the
change main until September and then to
meeting on Monday for the purpose of go The regular meeting of the Hall of
benefit to her White Mountain there are over 900 i
Attorney James E. Andrews, who discussing matters In connection with Hotel Brighton, Atlantic City. They Friendship Chapter No. 11, took place In say the foundation of the
down at Tlbbals for fortnight : the will be at Rock ledge again next winter. the of Indian River men employed on
een a -Mr. A. P. Rablto, a prominent merchant building of a school-house at Lodge-room LodgeNo. built for Anderson

|j, attending I to the shipment of pine- of New Orleans, was In town from Fort Pleroe.Mr. The ADVOCATE: follow to Asbury Park. CO, F. & A. M., at Tltuvvlll. Tuesday A new Price hotel of, now Hotel being Ormond, Ormond. Fla.,
: ,
bs returned here Wednesday.r. Friday until Saturday when lie left for evening. The attendance of mem-
Willis E. Gerow, of Jacksonville, -We want to draw the attention of and the Mount Pleasant house White
J. W. Conner, agent for the Mu- home. He Is largely/ Interested In the traveling agent for the Standard Oil Co., our numerous readers along the East bore was very good, nearly all of them Mountain N. II. It I I. going to be agrandlooking

Life Insurance Co., of New York, fish business, and as he saw the ad. of la In town to-day, shaking/ hands with Coast, and throughout the state In general being present. Among other business, structure On Mr. Price'
the Florida Fish and Ice Co. In the ADVOCATE two ladle of Tltusvllle were Initiated
northd to the advt of the live and energetic young
I a passenger on Saturday's his friends 11. leaves for the south arrival from Ormond, recently, over
train, on his way to Gainesville announcing the sale by auction this afternoon.Mr. business men who are bidding fora Into the mysteries till Order;; thirty blast were fired, giving him a
four of all their effects, he decided to come share of In the columns while other are applying for admission. This fine
,Ocala after remaining about your patronage typical Granite State salute.
to Tltusvllle to what he could Fred S. Chaffee of this Although the Order of the Eastern i
lh* on the East Coast. see buy. place, of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need hotel when completed, will accommodate -

-Mrs. A. B. Curry, of Key West a baa been appointed secretary of the FlorIda of any particular line of goods, the pink Star I I. aoomparaUvel,1oung one see It was HOI, ) K est*.
Miss Julia Whitfield, a former popu- of Hotel Ormond Beach Mutual Drug Co., of Jacksonville, paper will tell you the best place to buy a surprise to our reporter to the officers
sldent of Tltusvllle, Is spending the guest is the most Coquina enthusiastic, bathersat and expects to Be installed In his new them. Read the ad*. (nearly all ladles) go through their The new hotel being erected at Daytona -
er with her mother at Hotel Co among position about the first of August. duties with PUuh! prOOl ene... Tuesday' by Mr W. H Peter* begin to show
she awlm
the hotel. cannot
Ormond Beach, where she dally Although meeting was really a credit to them. up finely, say the Penln.ularree"e.. .
she battles the surf as well an those who -Mr. J. W. Estes, proprietor of the Th. Fourth In N........
the crowds surf bathers-In fact, Mrs. C. S. Schuyler, W, M\ of the above It I I. not a* large as conic of the Flagler
|s quite a leader in ocean bathing. can. Mrs. Carry Is on a visit to her Surprise Store, St.: ugustlne, was amongWednesday' Chapter, /gave an entertainment and lawn hotel, but It la tip-to-date In its appointment

brother, Mr, Wm. G. De Pass, one ofOrmond'8 southbound passengers; on The citizen of the United States In the party at her home on Julia street, Tuesday *. We 'understand that Mr. and
Die Misses Aline and Daisy Brady most and prominent his to Miami where he said he i
popular way expected British Island of Nassau, observed the arternoonwhen delicious refiesh- Mr. DespUnd are to have the manage
entertain the Tltusvllle Progressive storekeepers, and she Is already making to remain about three days. Fourth holiday and number the of the house I I.
as a quite a meets were served It wa given for ment. If so, the cuooes* i'
ure Club on Monday next. These many friends at Ormond. -Mrs. Ellis B. Wager, who went to vUlted the Casino on Hog Island In the benefit of the Chapter, and the social assured. Mr. and Mrs. Despland have

11 ladies are capital entertainers assuredwill -Prof. Chas B. Cory, of Boston, has :Miami to see her niece, the late Mrs. afternoon. In the evening the grounds realized about 010.FLORIDA'FISH. managed the Palmetto House for year, .
those who attebd rest
( may written Wm. Holm to begin operations Oliver, returned home on Tuesday. Un- of this resort were Illuminated by several are known to hundreds of our winter

[ spend an enjoyable! afternoon. at once on his new Zoological Gardens fortunately the train did not arrive at bonfires, and fire works' were let off. tourist" and we never heard a single I

.We are to-day sending out bill. and Museum\ of Natural History on the Miami, Monday night, until after Mrs. The United State national fig was : COMPANY. kick come fronf one of the guest of the

ellnquent 'subscriber*, and we trust East Side. Mr. Helm has had charge of Oliver'* death. hoisted on the malntopmast of the Brit house while they kept It. We congratulate

> in arrears will remit the small Mr. Cory's Incerests here forseverl years, Ish Imperial Lighthouse Tender Richmond On Friday afternoon last, Messrs. V. them on the prospect of having a

lint owing as early as possible. The and full confidence in his Johnnie Graham, son of Dr. WalterS. while the Nassau Board of Trade B. Mollvane and John Savsrese. of Tampa newer and more modern hotel to presideover

crlptton (harflly three, cent per ability, experienced judgment In all matters Graham has joined Charlie Muller asn fl\ student
) small, but In the pertaining to his scientific researches at Massey's Business College. The Ameilcan and English ensigns/ were ; of Jacksonville, arrived In Tltusvllle for their lervloe 1

Agate It ammo to a gooddeal to and exhibits In this part of the woild. Columbus! (Pa. Columbus Is beautiful also displayed on the top of the Hotel the purpose of closing the affair til the
and there Is
better business college
city, no Colonli '
Florida Fish whose branch
Tropical Sun. A Company, r
than and there FloridA
Massey's, are fewas office and warehouse was the railroad F.d(tors' Trip.
Ir. Silas Wright Deputy Grander Miss Susie Oladwln of this place clever gentlemen Mr. Masse I on
as jr.- -
For The Ladle wharf, In charge of Mr Jeo. W. Scoble.
of of Florida of De whom referred in Issue News.Among I
Freemasons Miami .
to we a previous .
The sale took place on Saturday, and The Florida 1....* Association has not '
arrived in town on Friday "hist, of the ADVOCATE. having received an I
Attended the meeting of Indian RlvMge annolntment from the United States the prominent' guests now There will be handed to you at, your nearly all the effects were disposed of to a* yet perfected their plan for visiting i
at Hotel Ormond floor trial of Sodeifne Mr.' Ueo. W. 800ble Mr. Savarese buying the l'ao-AmerlcAn Exposition at Buffalo
1m- stopping Coquina, are one can a wonderful -
No. 00 F. & A. M. where government as school teacher left here
< thel..llowtngt Major! and Mrs. S. C. De linking preparation, which' we the boat which sailed, for Tampa. The trip will doubtless, be made no a
fcnt work was on hand that evening, Monday for San Francisco where she
,
Pans of T Miss Julia would thank to trial and date In September yet to be named.
down Philippine Memphis, nn. ; you give a rec.unmeod ,
(Wright left for other points will take steamer for the far
away Whi'tluld.' Duneden De friends T. J. Appteyard, of the
; W. G. Pass, of to your Colonel secretary
afternoon. where she has
n Saturday Islands signed a BASEBALL GAME.
River on ,
'to remain three Mist Live Uk!!; 0 T. Baber, of Tampa: Mrs. Respectfully, Association, has gone to Tallahassee to ,
contract
Has E. M. Smith, of Orange llIe. Gladwln's friends wish years.ber Mayo, Mew York; Mrs. A. B. Curry, THE SEA GULL SPECIALTY Co.baltlmore --- talk with Governor William S. Jennings t

f., who baa been visiting at Delray, many every Key West; G. Pierce De Pa,s, Live Oak. Md. The Tltusvllle' and Eau Gallle baseball on the subject, and It I I. expected

k county, since last November, was success In our new colony Frank For Sale by Carroll A Goldsmith. team expect to give a fine exhibition of the date for "Florida Day" will then be r'
Mr. C. Brown of West
Bg Saturday's northbound pass}non -The Eau Gallle baseball team will MondaY'.outbbouo.1train ball at this plane, nest Saturday alter- arranged, and other matter of detail

8 her way home for the summer. cross bats with the Tltusvllle team on was a passenger on noon, at 2:10.:: ) The Eau Oallle club I* a will oon urm.as near a* possible to the
Smith Is quite a bright young lad), Saturday afternoon next. The steamer en route home after. a pleasant vi.- Place Your Life, Insurance With crack team and the home boy will haveto plans of the Florida editors,whose purpose

as of great assistance to Mr. J... cpartsn will run an excursion from all It of a month or so with friends In St. The Mutual Life Insurance get down to business If they win. its/ to boom the State for movement

brab, Jr., of New York, In Attending dojvn river points., The Vanlandlngbam Augustine. Mrs Brown Is so charmed Admission to the ground and grandstand that will make "Florida Day" tb.hlllKe.t .
'e shipment pineapples. boys will run a hack line to and from the with St. Augustine and Its hospitable Co.of New York. Why? will be 23' cent. Ticket on ale event ever known of a similar

baseball grounds. A big time IK anticipated residents, (bat she will probably not leave at Eagle Clothing store Buy your ticket character.-Tlm..-Union and Citizen.A .
fr. James McComb, jr., of the cornon as It will, presumably, tJeooa close for Key West before the first week In 1. Because It I I. the oldest company, In before the hour for plaviiig begins,

house of McConib A: Co., New game.: The day will end with a grand August.Messrs.. America. and thus.avoid the delay at the gate. For West Palm B_...
who1 has been down in the pine- 2. Because It could buy out any other hew Comfmnf
the House. The admission C.
ball at Opera H. Bradley, W. H. McDonald
months attending lock stock and barrel and -
region for* few company, ,
to the grand stand at the baseball and Cbs..11. Garthslde of MI- CHURCH
price : ,
Be of passed have 23' million dollar left. .
shipment pineapples, The office of the Secretary of State,
grounds will be2.;>ct*. ami, came up to town Tuesday, with
igh Tltusvllle daturday last, en the remain of the late Mr*. L. C. Oliver, 3. Because its premium are -less than --- Tallahassee, baa Issued letter patent for

to New York. Mr. McComVha a report of whose death will be found In any rival company A. C. Slrdefleld will, D. V., preach atGeorKlaoat the Incorporation of the following company I

d I a great many carload. of pine- Shoe and Harness Repairing. anotber column. Mr. Wm. M. Brown, 4. Because It guarantee more In cash Sunday morning at 11 a. m. at West Palm Beach The G. O.

> from the Stuart and other sections of this place, joined Mr. Oliver and family for your polloy If you want to cell It Sunday school at lOa, m. Strohm Company, with .a capital of $11)-

the East Coast. He says he will I have rented Mrs. Scrlmgeonr' house on the arrival of the train, and wentto after the :3rd year, than any other Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bold divine 000 to buy and sell /groceries and othersrtrcles
i to Indian River in September, to facing Dr. Screven's drug store, and am with them while the former company. { of general marcbndle at West
(after business and again greet his prepared to attend to all kinds of shoe Georgia returned Miami., 5. Because It will lend you more money service on Sunday in St. Mark'schurch Palm Beach and ,other place within or
three to
(lend along the East Coast. and harness repairing. Sewed work a on your policy, after the 3rd year,than Cocoa, at 10:50: a. m., with holy without the State of f lorlda, a* the company
communion. Also at StUabrUl'schurcb
specialty. G. 8. HIKE.Tltusvllle, any other company may desire, and deal la real or per-
Fla.. Don't De Hard Up. Or Because It refuses to Insure sickly Tltnsvllle, at 1 :ao p. m. sonal property. The incorporator are: ;
Sailboat For Sale.
people, or Impaired,live, a* do some 0, O. Sirohm, W. H. Spltzcr and C. C.

can Wanted A Colored Woman. Let us prepare you to start a genteel other companies. pfd at ratl. Chllllngworth
for 7. Because It dividend are ALWAT ---
5.0C)sailboat '" be bought business of You make *
own. can
.
your
For address work greater than those of other com panics. Died on Sunday last at the above
particulars Colored woman to do chamber big money at home, making mirror Wrote HI* Arm.
II. EBWIW!: wash and Iron for restaurant, w&g8lt12 Easily and quickly learned Write for 8. Because ha paid, to dat., 4.1: million place, Mr.' J. H. Banknlghr, of Mloaoo f
Pomona, Fla. month. dollar In dividend*, more to polIcy py On the previous Tuesday deceased ,

per R A. JORl'fITOJif.' particular FCKLOHd A CO. holden than any other company. was left at the home of Dr. Ueo. W. John Shnmond/ ., a seven-year-old boy, I
9. Because its asset are million of dol. while plalo..ID. a China-berry tree In
An Unusual Bargain. Fore inerce.-Fla. 4t Box M. Tltusvllle Via Holmes, in the last stag of laryngeal
lars larger than the asset of any other onumptlon. lie wa*formerly of South the yard of Mr. W. V. Furlong, on Main tstreet.Titunilie

company. Carolina.but settled la tflcanopy several about 7 :ao o'clock on
i offering for ale three acre
my Notice.Notice l Income I I. much fell to the ground,
and three of ualmd Goats For Sale. 10. Because its larger year ago. Monday morning, /
[ acres more
hammock Point than that of any other company.II. breaking his right arm about 2} Inche f i
land ,
la, for 1000.00 at The City Is Have 80-pasture overstocked-want I I. hereby given that at the regular .' Because It ha paid 10* million* of Time Is Money. below the elbow. Dr. B. R. Wilson was
grove bluff head. meeting of the Town Council of TI- dollar more to policy bolder In death soon on the spot to attend to the sufferer:
folly situated fie high sell 40 or 45 -
king Indian River on and to one of to J. R. LEATHCRllAir, tusvllle, to be held on the Oth day of claim, cash value, dividend, etc., Save both hy ordering building and, from latest report, we understand
your
ttlest spots to 'be found on the 2t; Wabaaso, Fla. August, A. D. 1001, a vote of the Council than allY other company. material ofOro. the boy 1* getting along nicely. i
will be taken on a proposition to levya 13. Because it I* a strictly Mutual com
&. A neat cottage within one r. PAD rAOl'f' Eau Gallle.
of special tax; of three mills on the assessable and every policy share eqlutably Wanted. "d
feet of the bank the river, Hotel
..loeoHbe Wire and Halls property' la the town for the purpose f.anJ' profit earned-being paid Just
atly to the charm and
of securing Fire Protection for the exactly what his policy ha earned-no Empty Sugar and lllce Barrel ---
The property Is absolutely mien- 'A loadto within the town. lea -. Wanted a good hotel somewhere oa ;
red and than this For Pineapple Shedding. ear property more, DO <
better .
v ,been a bargain arrive about August let. Price will JON R. WALJcm.Chairman CECIL WILCOX J. W. Corm, For 'sale! Address. the East Coast, for winter..'
e" offered to the public. Interest Write me.GEO. . Board Aldermen. General Agent.! Agent.. WALTER A. Moons, Address, W. R. ) LIJ11lIoIa ,

dress Tltusville A. BEADY, F1ortc,a.. you.. F. ,PAUDISOV, Eau Gallle. TUuivllle, Fla., July ?( 1901. Jacksonville. Fla. Eau Galue, Fla. 8 George. St., .Charleston, S. C. Hotel, Block Island; It. L





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wfiT SS Barer Improve* n_*. WowJel Bena 1246-12J8 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
pies I tt>. ....e.. CHANGES IT WROUGHT IN IMPROVING

1 1 Discussing the work now being done A VILLAGE.

<= trnnma-SIS I by the National Good Roads association S Liquor'and Wine Merchants

the Denver. Republican soys: Fle> .( Mvdholca ..* W..... 'Made' .

1q ao5iN :ssir I That the Invention of the bicycle lute. Parks* -.... ... and Sidewalks'B ,

would result In a movement among the lll-Flowers. ) ..
American people for the construction R.b.i.. U..... .

1 f""w... aiS wamaualAlQuu.aanmaw'lwtA of good wagon roads was probably not When the ladle seriously Uke hold Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis Bed

f..._' so much as dreamed of when wheeling ,
"- of a project.. It Is pretty safe to assume
was tint Introduced as a sport and .
that they will succeed. But It In LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
as ,. WINES AND
OUR
how- ,
.. means of exercise. It is a fact ; o
,
village Improvers that they have never
ever, that wheelmen and especially the .
for Prices.IaARRY
League of American Wbeelmen have been known to fall when once they By-Call or send __
QAiaAJl.bedq aA.Qla(110 started In. A case In point la the trans -
r been a potent factor In starting Just
+ formation. of Oxford an old town In .
such a movement. the Interior of New York. Ms9.SON' &;
( hlZfAyiswaa / Horatio Earle, president of th- : : CO.
Three parks were set apart by the
league. Is doing a great public work h?
DeaJel'llln'Wines I
pioneer originally but after<< 100 years _Import n and Wholesale -
mix the same time be is promoting the Interests

... of member of the league by his they were little regarded by the people

-- ell'ortlln behalf of good roads. At the ,then living within sight of them. They and Cigars
were Overrun with weeds and brush. Liquors
expense of the association he sends a Poultry Netting at Factory prices
SELIJINO"ro MINORS. Trees began to grow promiscuously In ,
crew of road builders to different parts one. willIe the lines: of another were 12 In. 18 In. 24 In. 86 In. 48 In. 60 In.
of the country to' construct a mile or
half a mile of sample road to show the broken down. and It became mud- and 72 In. wide. A large stock on hand. Forn.d.a1o: P'U.ro: J3vo.: :
JUDGE SAY
WHAT A CHICAGO
people what may be accomplished and bole. Sash Doors Blinds Co. Second District of Kentucky lj
ABOUT IT. { One afternoon two women were look. Building Material), Distilled by Ferndale Distilling aged I
to Illustrate the advantages of maintaining and from all adulteration.
highways of that kind. Ing out on the plot'called Lafayette Paints and Oils.! Cook Stoves. heated warehouse, and absolute pure free Thesegoocj
to be without an equal, and are regarded
square. A little stream was stagnating pronounced by all connoisseurs tit.
are
tm Sentencing Thrre Snlooai Keever.Co.vlcted It is expected that In course of time DESCRIPTION
through Its center. Drivers and pedestrians PLOWS. OF EVERY to all others for the use of Invalids. I
superior
medical faculty as
or VIolntlnK the Law 1m his crew will reach Denver and that a
Thl. .Ilommrut lle Takes) Occsmloai to trip of good road will be laid from the had no consideration for the Tinware, Agricultural Implements- ,. FERNDALE RYE Is put.up in plain cases containing no merits; whateverIota

a.vwrlr Criticise Ll The two talked with other women Write for prices before buying. '
and It
and substantial
firm
It will be case:
Three saloon keepers in Chicagowere and a meeting of women was called to old stand. lowing prices per
will be available as part of any projected Opened with full stock.. at Ferndale A, 7 years old, 3.20.. Ferndale, A A, 8) years old .t,70,
(found of to of
guilty selling liquor devlso ways and means Improvingthe 38 East Bay Street.
that the public Intend -
minors, and the following Is the' address at highway some later date to construct.Too may village.. A permanent organization JACKSONVILLE . FLA. Ferndale, A A. A, 10 years old, 1420. Money refunded is not entirely wtufi


reported In the Chicago Tribune association which elected. A board of directors and an State A ents. 801-307-309-311: : West Bay Street Mason Block
:oy the law you may sell to men and be done. heals lungs and stops the cough. .
executive committee were also appointed FLOR
women It they will buy. You have The fact that our roads rarely get JACKSONVILLE, -
and a constitution and bylaws were
+ given your bond and paid your license muddy like those in some parts of'the >-Trustworthy men and women to

to fell to them and no one has a right humid region, suggests that the good adopted.Organization! was perfected In September of travel solid and financial advortlaefor standing old Salary established(TOO a honsa year
roads Is not one In which Col- all in cash. No canvassing FOR
problem and expenses, payable $3.20'
to molest !In lega'businellll... ... . .
IA you ;your oradouns are deeply Interested. But the -objects the society were required. Give references and enclose .If.
No' matter what the the addressed. stamped envelope. Address Manager:,
consequences may mad known throughout community -
that Is a great mistake. There Is as SM Caxton Bide blcaKO.! augfl Sent to us by Express postofflce order or New York Exchange, wei
be, no matter what poverty and deputation and the work of Improving the
much need of good roads here as anywhere send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
are produced by your Belling according else, though the expense o'f make village began at the homo' of each of III ANN E R_ SALVE

to law, you have paid the mon- ing them may be less. Colorado Is a the 20 members. The majority the the most healing a.lveln the world. FOUR FULL QUARTS

.q for this privilege and you are Hceused tourist state and circumstances tbere people said. "You can never accomplish

to pursueyour calling; no matter fore demand that It have better highways anything." But the women' entered enthusiastically Summer Excursion llates Of the Celebrated Seven-Tear-Old

which tourists upon their enterprise. To Boston Providence New York Baltimore -
) what families are distracted and than states to rare- ,
$ ly go. Driving over the highways of They wrought changes In their own Washington: Old Point Comfort Calhoun Pure
tendered' miserable what
matter
no Rye Whiskey
of and Ports-
certain European countries Is one of dooryards They exchanged "slips" Ocean View, Virginia Beach
wives are treatejl with violence, wbat the delights of a foreign tour to thai hardy plants purchased the roots of In- mouth as offered by the Seaboard AirLine

1 c children starve: or mourn over the degradation part of the world. But In the United expensive but pretty shrubs.! By orderIng -' Railway are especially attractive. We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents (which will avoid\ ill nlrnent.
I of a parent, your business IslegalIscd together and purchasing at wholesale From Jacksonville-$47.30 to Boston and .) When you get It and test it. If It Is not satisfactory return, It at OUR tXl'lNSl i
States such pleasure Is almost un Providence; $43.30 to New York; $30.iO: : your S3.20 will be cheerfully refuntied. Thla Whiskey Is as good.any SB 00 good In the nut
,:.and no one may Interfere known. Absorbed In building railroads they were able to save much. All to $33 We are close at hand and can give you QUICKER: DELIVERY than distant house Vtb
to Baltimore: $30.20 Washington; ; this anil at the same stand for over 18 YEARS, and as toonrlL
been doing business/ In city
It orders the
with In no matter what mother were shipped to presidentof
you ; with wonderful energy the Americans .20 to Old Point Comfort Ocean View FOIiSlHILJTY AND REPUTATION for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here. ,.
', may agonize over the loss of a son or have paid too little attention to wagon the society and the expreasage, Virginia; Beach and Portsmouth and re- the editor of this paper. .

" r slater blush for the shame of a brother roada. Rut fortunately the, wheelmen l- Individual packages was saved-for the turn. Tickets on sale dally, good; returnIng SOLOMON & LEVI,

"+ you have-a right to disregard them all and others are bringing about a purchase of more shrubs. up to Oct. :Slat: 1001.! These excursion 1928 & 1030 First Avenue,

and legal calling are It an aggressive campaign. The rates apply via Portsmouth and
p pursue your ; you better condition. rTh. wan P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALL |
licensed. rubbish which had accumulated In the steamer only. Similar rates from other

"You may fit up ,your. lawful placeIf corners s of the fences: was cleared Florida points. Two daily trains between NOTICE:-We pay Express rharges to all points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS!\
> business In tbe most enticing and Inebriate' DeloaloB.Of away. Old fences were replaced by Florida points and Portsmouth ; morning PANY," but to points on lines of other Express Companies, we prepay only W jiuiuu il
i all the delusions tba hemill the and evening departure from Jacksonville Southern Express Company transfers to laid other Express Company.,
captivating form you may furnish It new ones or repaired or removed Is For Information write A. O. Mac
unwary perhaps noue au frequent<< or any
; with the most costly and elegant equipments as dangerous as the sweet hallucination tirely. The women made beautiful Donnell A. G. P. A., Jacksonville Pla.

' .j I for your lawful trade, you may of the Inebriate that be can "drinkor lawpM about their homes and planted O LE3C: .mow s. s J:-i XT IfcvC 5c 0 O.
fill !It with the allurements of amuse- vines walls and fences.
" let It alone." On other subjects be to spread over the ancient stiarts.. removing toe asnes M7. ale w. H.y8t.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
", ment you may use all your arta to Induce may be fairly logical and seem possessed Ornamental shrubbery! was set! out; of some of the'forefathers of the hamlet -
visitors, you may skillfully are pretty evcrgiren or 'deciduous trees
and handsome burial
of a reasonable degree of Intelligence to the new
'range and expose id view your choicest but on this one proposition both were procured from'the forest near by 'grounds on the bill across tbe river. :
wines and captivating !beverages, you and Hot lit rows where the crumbling I
the
reason and common sense appear to be The grass Is now mowed regularly
r then Induce thirst by all contrivances fences stood. New sidewalks
slay In a perpetual condition of total eclipse. once were wild brambles are subdued and the
,, to produce a raging appetite for laid. A. the village was noted for Its
A demand for Intoxicants Is the controlling place ,Is honored as It should be. LtaiG
4 drink end then mriy that S
supply
you Impulse of his actions! and the deposit of bluestone handsome stone
h,' appetite to the full because It Is lawful various excuses he makes for yieldingto walks were procured cheaply. As soon ).. of :Irttlea.Nettles % c -

i ; have paid for It, because ore aa a rural remedy highly
you you the demand the fables as these were laid It was seen to be
are pretty by
calculated. I should ,say to make thepatienf
save\ a license essential that wide gutters should be I
which be hopes to wlu forbearance.-
tl' "You may allow boys almost children Banner Uold. made and with the gutters came grading "onalsy." Whipping with nettles ..

to frequent your saloons. They the streets and removing weeds and 'I has been used lit. <-a".' of lethargy,

t p may witness! the apparent( satisfaction Church stones. Attention was given to backdoor I numbness and palsy with what effect
with which their seniors quaff the A liar to Proirreea.It yards that faced the railroad. I cannot say but thin\ I do know-
apparent
mu3t lie says' Tbe Chris-
sparkling Klnss. You may bo school- Weeds and brush had overrun them, handling/ nettles rt'j.tul'tllt'RII of their
sing and training! them for the period of tian Advocate\ that the kingdom of andthey bad become a damping sting produces a numliUfXH, which destroys
God cannot triumph so long a. the
21. when they too can participate for ground. PneU doors and barns which for a time fuitlier sensitiveness
business which ruins the bodies and
all this Is Inwful. 'You may bold tbe had never known a coot of color were tolhelr poison. Culpcppcr enumeratesno w aft
souls continues. The difficulties -
cup to their very lips, but you must not of men painted and the weather beaten, tumble less than 42 disease tint are cured .

let them drink; that unlawful. But, the on churrh Its work has In to the encounter presence In of carrying the- down board fences were replacedby by an application of nettles In one form Four Full, Quarts Delivered for $320

while you have all these privileges for neat white pickets. or another among; them leprosy Rout, ,

the. money you pay, this poor privilegeof legalized mountable.saloon This Is are especially almost true Insur-In A subscription, was finally started for sciatica. Itch wounds and sores of all 6 of the same $4.6O. 12 of the same $9.00.

selling to children Is denied you. funds to restore the sorts. lie also Informs us that the All goods in boxes contend.
our larger cities, where there are from park People were are put up plain -no marks on the same to show
Here parents have the right to say, asked to give anything from a cent up. Juice Is effectual to "settle.the'palate! .
six to times saloons
ten as many as Agents for the Pabst
CotifY.tni
Brewing
Leave my son to me until tbe law A New England supper was given andit of the mouth In Its place Has any ,
churches with more than ten times the "
jI gives you the right to destroy blmr proved to be no pleasant and successful one experience of the palate shifting

"Do not anticipate.that" terrible mo- patrgnagoa that It has beep repeated annually. elsewhere? I have not heard: .of It.

ment when I'can assert for him no '-- The society was able to swell toe con- Curtis' says that "In Arnn and other

further right of'protection. That will tributions by the proceeds from a series islands of Scotland a rennet 1 Is made ofa Have Not

be soon enough for me, for his mother of entertainments' ; embracing concerts strong decoction of nettles. A quartof

for his sister; for his friends and for theatricals and lectures, which found salt Is put to three pints of decoction

the .community to see him take his ready favor. These also were found s% and boiled. A spoonful will coagulate

road to death. Give him to us 'In his profitable In every sense that they have a large bowl of milk." Found What You Want

childhood at least; Let us have a few been continued. Oh. that this too too solid ask' would m.lt. . .
of his youth In which Thaw and mole Itself Into a dews
years we-may The money' having finally been rained
t enjoy his Innocence to repay us ti. Little did Hamlet think when he
a committee of three
some small degree for the care and i- for grading and was appointedto gave utterance to this dIIJi that he For a Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at
arrange curbing Lafayette
love we have lavished upon hlml I Thisis square the dimensions of which bad only to "go to the nearest ditch Fruit and Garden Lands along the

something you, who now, stand a where grew<< nettles and periwinkle to
were 180 by 02 feet A handsome fountain I
prisoner at the bar havenot paid for; was given as a memorial to a for- bring about and yet Gerard quoting East Coast

this I I. no{ embraced !la your license. mer're.ident'by'his sons at a cost of from Dloscorldes (first century), say

For this\ offense the court sentence $1,000 and was formally. dedicated to that "nettle boiled with perrywlnkles

''J you to teo.day.' Imprisonment In the the village The expense of the grading maketh the body soluble and doth It by Settlers are flecking In but still there is room. If J00''

county Jail, and that you pay a fine of curbing, setting the fountain and a kind of cleansing quality." Few who looking this way., drop a line to

.J .:79 and cost, and that you stand commuted the Tillage. believed It so would care to try the ex-

I :\' until the fine"and costs of this Training I Washington park was next made de- periment.-Longman's. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VIce.Pre.ldent.

't prosecution.are paid. lightful. Graveled walks were wound FLORIDA! EAST COAST B'T
Wnem Pine Wen 1'(.... ,
through It. In place of aggressive weeds
A curious fact In the early history of ST. AUC1 USTINC. F
T1o. Drink
habit HnneHea* Is Indispensable to athletic lawn grass seed was sown ground was
,' $' The United State commissioner of t success. In training, much spaded up and cultivated plants set pin I* that when they were first sold

f labor made, public the results of. his. treat is laid upon diet; careful In "open shop" there was such a great
out; mountaln'asb. weeping willow and 'A -
WVV, % Jr\r\ J/\J r"V
attention to the demand for them that a code was
quantity passed
examination Into the question ''al to balsam
'I trees were placed here and I
,I I I and quality of the food eaten permitting their sale only on- two
what extent the fact of being a drlnk-
there and wild clematis and
,with regularity of meal. ampelop- Nine-
days In the year-the 1st and 2d of
bars from
toe man a man obtaining
HERBINE.
I That 1s the secret strength for every ale were so planted that they would January. Those days tbe court ladles
employment. No be In time overrun the of these trees .
man. man can stronger than his top '
and the city dames flocked to the
Tenthsof
Circulars of sent to depots
inquiry
were stomach. The careless and 1 irregular Hollyhock trees were secured and asters -
1X300 mplojlu all of which of business to purchase them Id such numbers
concerns eating men, causes disease hydrangeas and wild rose were
are representative In' their line ofbUllae. of the stomach and its allied organs of arranged In pretty vistas Finally taken that they were accounted festivals Pure Juices Roots.
from Natural
... There were 0.070 replies re- digestion and nutrition. There can be and decayed timber, stomps, weeds Card.
ceived. Of these D.303 state that they no sound health until. these diseases are
and rubbish taken from Fort Hill all
cured. were Harry-Uncle George at the end of the
take the drink "- consideration Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery park which was covered over with this marriage notice, of Cousin Tom' the Liver Stomach and Bowels
REGULATES
, In employing ,new men. The reason cures diseases of the stomach and otherorgan rich soil and seeded down and Is now It says", "No cards." What does that PeopleSuffer Blood
given by most Is that It II simply a of digestion and nutrition and aa attractive green plot'of three-quar mean? the System Purifies the j

business precaution.: The employer la enables the body to be built up Into vigorous ter of'an acre surrounded by a fine Uncle 'Of'Or.-1t' doesn't mean

liable for damages done by accident la health by the assimilation of the curbing. The three parka are cared for thing, Harry. That Is to say. it Is only any. Malaria Biliousness Constipation
CURES
ills establishment, and It Is only prudent nutrition extracted from food. '
at comparatively small expenditure. a blind. It Is a promise' that Tom
will
to .employ only men with clear "J waa taken with the ripp*. wh h nralted from Stomach and Impaired Digestionj
In heat and stomach :: :*wrlt: Mr. 1.5. In a forgotten cemetery'on! a aide give.up cards but. bless you. be'won't a .
e beads Caodlll. of Moatland. ,U-.h.,1o.. N. C1 street near the heart ef the village the be a month married la.fore bt>'ll be .

The reason Is a good one and should was...unable I wrote to to do Dr.t:::: about my::.of the'. few remaining slabs bad been leveledby back to the poker table again.-Ex. DiseasedLiver Every Baths Guaranteed it 6he_Satisfaction.

be pondered by every worklngman. Tot ha_(full confidence in Iou medicine. He advised the frosts of Wild '
many years apple change. ZAA K .ca-3n ;ES TTx.JD. _'aa>x me'o lake hia-Golden Medical Wscoverywhich .'
bay. a reputation as a sober man Is
I did Before I had noUhrd second trees grew and bore fruit which
the
.Best Liniment Prloe. SO Cental.
& vb distinctly In a man's favor In obtaining bottle t becaa to feel !>Pu.... 1 ham said nearly was harvested only by the small bolL The For Strains. .
'r work and In WeRe day of Intense ats bottles. I feet thankful to God n%the bmet Mr. F. H. Well., the merchant at Deer '
t have received from Dr. PlftC ',OeMen Med Old roat>usbes ran wild and mingled Prepared JAMES P. t us.. Mo,
by BALLARD
,' competition every man who desires to ical Discovery. I can highly recommend tf. to with brier, burdock milkweed and Park, LOOK Island, N. Y., says ."I al ;
r, prosper will see the necessity .. a bitef all persons aa a goad and safe medicine: Balm recommend Chamberlain' Pain .
Dr. Fierce' Pellets goldenrod. Many old cans and pall. as the best liniment for strains. I
cure
constipation
'
business prudence.!; for avoiding the I had been 'thrown Into the tnclosore. used U last winter for a severe lameness

TZiE drink b.a nn.e. of Gold. jtWe would esteem the favor If out .'1'1rail wa never cut:,, and the In the side resulting from a strain, and Fine Job Work Execut!

. reader, when writing or calling upon: ,ground* were fast becoming Impene- wan greatly. pleased with the quick relief Quickly
I -Job Printing of all kinds executedat I' our advertisers to purchase merchandise, trable. The women got to work clear- and cure effected" For sale ly: all

the ADVOCATE. : office. Send your order. eto.. would mention the ADVOCATE. e4 the old cemetery of.debris? and! .ret druggists and medicine dealer AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.





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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 19, 1901. ,3 II j
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fessional Cards. A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. IOWA ROADS IN SPRING. HOME'GROWN ORANGES. ? ?
To Mothers of I I Ip

Mod C.it.... Great InronTrnleiir. Tae Little Kninqnat ..... Ua1.t Pad I
BOBBINS Something New Under The Ban
KO., M. ..4 Lo. to ........'r.. Large Families. In lottffl rianta.There's .
r All doctors have tried to cure Catarr .
the inha. Business In most of the couotrtowns ,, a new orange that t tIn4\ jumped AnonA.and tnnklnR look- ; t
|ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR by use of powders acid gases, linn poor
ers and drugs In paste form. Their pow In Iowa during this spring baa Into New York popularity all of a wont Ins t, kind rn.a.of a it*com-the j
AT-LAW. ders dry up the mucuous membranes. been at a standstill ou account of tb<" In this workaday world few wome" sudden, the little Kumquat, n little blnttlon.Eureka. .
.
ill practice In State and United Statei causing them to crack open and bleed almost unprecedented. bad condition fit are so placed that physical exertion thing that looks like a plum drensetl
Court. The powerful Holds used in the Inhaler the roads Not since the great flood I In is not constantly demanded of them i iI In In orange skin. They are lined for J

Office at have entirely eaten away the same membranes the spring! of 1802 has there been n" I' their dally life. garnishing and for salad,' and thenthey Harness 011
TITUSVILLE, FLA. that their makers have aimed to ranch water In Iowa as there In Itlis \Ve make special appeal to mother are preserved and cuudled. Threeyears .
cure, while paste and ointments canno dnn.roulIundertaking of large families whom work U nave" not only ntatrmi tho hitrnfM anrl thhonM y,
It Is a serious and almost to I i,
spring. It wait Impossible
ago ea.C better but mkfl the
reach the disease. An old and done and of whom suffer unsuffer
L. GAULDEN expel- many ..
dlabl.potsltlaeonchine
for a farmer to start to l ttMr Bofl nn| -
sell fresh there save to confectioners
Kumquats !
fenced for lack of Intelligent aid. to
practltioneer who has for man; lH t-twkMi a. loon
S ATTORNEY-AT-LAW years made a close study and specialty of town with an empty wagon Mud to To women, young or old rich, or but some of the! caterers 4 w i U ordinarily.. would. q't
the treatment of CATAKK1I, bal atlas haul a load Is out of the question. poor we extend an invitation toal'41t"pt I'' s.ht..M..rr..n k.a.ty ts w.-an J

'ill lorlda practice, and In the alt United the Courts States. Courts.of the State perfected a treatment which when faithfully They either go on horseback or ou foot tree advlue. Oh, women I do not hew ( t STANDARD
used relieves bu Is absolutely necessary .to //lO t OIL CO. S A i '
"JO Box,836./ TITCSVIIXK, FLA. not only at once, when It J
I
permanently cures CATAUHH, by removing to the post office or on some other errand i I' ?r t I
Money to Loan. 18 r Give I'ip1 I
( t
the
causestopping the diwcharjj- to the nearest town. i, I
es, and curing inflammation. It Is the The three snowstorms In the mout Your (/
J. WEBB, only remedy known to science tbat actually of !March\ added very much to the moli' ( 'I
reaches the afflicted Thi
parts. Horse
already In the ground
ture that was I
.ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, wonderful remedy Is known as 8NUF--
FLE8 the GUARANTEED CATAKRI and that failed to soak In because of Chance '
III practice In the Courts of the 7th CURE" and is sold at the extremely low the frost. When this snow melted 1 I It h t

alt. Taxes paid for non-resldenti price of One Dollar eaoh package containing washed out many culverts and made
I rents and accounts oollected. Internal and external medIcine dangerous places In the roads In .

USTILLE .. FKOIUDA: sufficient for a full month's treatment some parts of northern Iowa when o If You Are Going North II
and everything necessary to perfect use. the soil Is thick and sticky the mud<
"SNUFFLES" Is the only perfect CA clogged upon the wheels ao that the; This summer see the special excursion:
D. PENNEY, TARRII CURE ever made and Is now could not turn and "wboeverj starts rates that are offered by the Seaboard y
recognized as the only safe and positive with sort'of vehlcl Air Line Railway to the principal resorts t Ip Ipin
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW cure for that annoying and dlgustlng die- out to drive any. the Carollnas Virginia and the East,
.wltb:! Tull OVAL IUJIIQUAT.
usually carried a spade or an as:
Old Wash
ease. It cures inflammation quioltl; Including Portsmouth Point
rviixK, FLORIDA.. and permanently and Is also quick to relieve which to dig the mud off. Big beepllof took them up as salad, relishes, and ington Baltimore New YorkProvidenoe
IIAY FEVER or cold In the HEAD. It may be seen alongside of the road tbe swells fancied them, and now any Boston and Buffalo\ Write A. O. MaoDonnoll -
[11 practice In all the court of the 7th CATARRH when neglected often lead where>people have Mopped to unload quantity of them are sold. A. 0. P. A., Jacksonville IT la.

Judicial Circuit. to CONSUMPTION: -'SNUFFLES' wil their wagons. The picture of this. citrus fruit Is

save you If you use It at onoe. It Is no Nearly every ]line of business bas taken from one of a specimen which -Some of our down-river reader have

ordinary remedy but a complete treat felt the effects of these condition. The Rural New Yorker grew on Its forgotten the fact that this office I Ie fully I
ORGAN & LYNCH, ment which is positively guaranteed b Farmers 'could bring nothing to town MeL fy mT1" B............. grounds under the most ordinary con. equipped to do all kinds of Job printing. 4
cure CATARRH In any form or stage I If Advertising and job printing helps ns to
to sell, and they did Dot come to buy. ditions. The Journal mentioned. says
|EAL'ESTATE ,AND INSURANCE used according to the directions which It 'happened to 'be out of coal. your lives be sacrificed when a word 01: further: publish a newpper worthy of the Kant I
accompany each package. Don't delay, they advice at the first approach of weak Coast, and al\we want Is a. nhnre of It.
Loans, Notary Publlo. but send for it at once, and write full they either burned cobs' or cut down i a "nesa" may fill your future years with The Kumquat: Is a native of southern

Elections( Typewriting, Stenography. particulars as to your condition;and you few trees or burned up someold post. healthy joy. Address' letter to Mrs China and forms a large bush or small
will receive special advice from the die In many part of the state all sorts of Plakham's Laboratory Lynn M..... tree when grown on Its own roots In a
TrrusviLLE. FLA. coverer of this wonderful remedy regardIng form work, has been suspended because and you will not be disappointed. locality free from frost. It Is extensively KIDNEY DISEASES
your case without cost to you beyond 'the fields are covered with water When 1 began to take' Lydia E. I cultivated In Japan and tins. lately

EQ. A. WOR LEY, the regular price of "SNUFFLES": the and are almost Impassable even by a Phikham's Vegetable Compound I was been planted 1 In considerable quantityIn s.oeraso
"GUARAN FEED CATARRH CURE." foot. The streams and 'pond not able to do my housework I suf Florida and California.
man on fatal of aU diseases.
Sent prepaid to any address the United tired, terribly at Mm I of menstruation.. arc the most i
.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. are filled as they ha ve rarely been The little fruits are much'prized for
States or Canada on receipt of (1.. Several doctor told'me they could do
mere! practice In State and Federal Address Dept. C 705: EDWIN B. GILES promising unusual plentlfulness of nothing for me. Thanks to the Plnk preserving and are eaten fresh to 'a .

ourta. All business entrusted will & CO., 2.BO-H2:! : : Market St. Philadelphia. game during! the spring and fall. ham 'advice and medicine I am now largo extent. A sweet gelatinous lay. KIDNEY CURE '
receive prompt attention. well, and can do the work for eight In er Is found between too sour central i fOLEY'S' !! 'M
'
neral Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, Chine Ro.... the family. pulp and the thin pleasantly flavored Suarantaid Remedy
Miami. THE MAN BEHIND THE PEN. The Chinese road Is private property I would recommend Lydia E. Pink' rind! and forms an agrveablo combination

MIAMI FLORIDA. -- a strip taken from somebody's land barn's Vegetable Compound to all when the fruit Is eaten whole. refunded. Contains
"
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families. Mas or _
with -
mothers large money
And the Comment of the Man Who This Is done much against the will ol I Two varieties are grown, one having
CARasa BHM.KVTU.K.: : Ludlmrton. Minh\ '
emi
MES ANDREWS Received Hie Letter.I the owner since be not only loses tile round fruits and somewhat thorny remedies Yecognteed by

knew-ft was a mean letter when I use of It, but also still has to pay taxes branches and the other plum shaped nent'physicians' as the best '!'for

A TTQRNEY.A T-J..1 W. wrote It, but afterward I concludedthat on It.One. YOUR WATCH.In I fruits an Inch In dlnmeter and 1 Hi( to 2 Kidney and Bladder troubles.
iln office and postofflce address TITUS- I must have written a good deal consequence Is that It Is wide Indies long. The trees bearing\ the

,LLE. Branch office at FORT PJEUCK. meaner than I knew. I was counsel enough! for only one vehicle and cart! laying aside a watch be sure that oval or plum shaped fruits are almost PRICE SOc. and$1.00.. .

scouting Attorney for Brevard Co. for a large manufacturing company. ran pass one another only by trt'Spalll'Ine It rests upon its case. thornless. For pot culture KmnqnatH 11. 1C. WILSON &; 80N.WANTM .

Notary Public State at Large. One of their customers always an unsatisfactory on the cultivated land.{ To prevent. A watch should be wound up everyday are grafted on hardy orange\ (Citrus

man to deal with on account this the farmers dig! deep ditches: bj at the same hour. trlfollata) storks wrlch dwarf them travel and ntlvurUNit>--TruntwnrlhT for old men Mahltnheil and woman house' of tn

STEPHEN of his constant fault finding and the roadside. As the surface wean Avoid putting It on a marble slab or very much and Is said to ,render! them mild flnunnlnl. standing Haliry. *7HO) a year and
K. FOSTER
objections to paying his bills on various away and the dust blows off It grndu near anything excessively cold. hardier when grown In the opon. BXpitnMM rttiiMlrAd.,all Jive|'my rvforwiira.l>lM lu: caiih.and fnilon No oaiivnMtf. p.I1) aa.ilrmMid (.

absurd refused lower, and after awhile Itbecomes Little less than two feet high .
pretexts, finally ally grows the action of the bl- trees itaniiiMt envainiw| AtldroM Manager
.ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, point blank to settle a bill for some a drain for the surrounding It suspended oscillation, which will] bear as many as lot( fruit, which >IU>C;mon "( i.. Clilii; '''no.__Bang. J

,oras 420 and 423 Gardner Building, $5,000: on the ground that 'the goods Belifn.' A current forms In the rainy ance Interfere may with cause Its going. come to full maturity and flavor In a ]if- Subscriber,your attention I II drawn

JACKSONVILLE FLA. were not Just as ordered. The company season which still further hollows It window, or under gloss If given plenty to tbe name-and-date slip pasted upon
A sudden change of temperature con. ,
then Instructed me to write him out and thus has arisen the proverb the metal sometimes I of sunlight and a temperature sufficient your paper or wrapper. If. yon are In
the worst letter that I could Indite, that a road a thousand years old bit tracting may to keep geraniums In a growing arrears, please remit.
"EORGE W. ALLEN.ATTORNEY.ATLA the mainspring to break.
threatening him with all possible pains comes a river.Summer cause condition., They require about the
W and penalties, legal and otherwise, with The cold also coagulates tho oil, and tame treatment a* the dwarf orange, The Indian Itlvcr Heal Kstate

Y WEST -. FLORIDA., good measure of abuse thrown In, since complaint unusually prevalent the pivots and wheels work less freely but those grafted or budded on hardy Aarcnc Inn for Sale t
time-
they had little hope that he would pay among children this season. A well and affect the regularity of tbe I' stocks often become quite ,dormant -

.11 practice In the United states and less desire for his custom In the developed case In the writer's family wall keeping.To after fruiting and can be stored In a' I Unimproved lands from $3.00 to 920.00

1 State Courts. 9jun9S future. Accordingly I bent myself to cured last week by the timely use ol .keep your watch clean take care light frost proof cellar until spring If per sore

the task. I hope I'm an honest man, Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and flier that the case fits closely and see that the soil about the root. Is kept mod 10 acre orange grove, near TltuavUle\ ,
rho a Remedy-one of the best patent) tree from trees *.HH( ).(>0.
O. FRIES.C. E. but I can't help saying that that letter the watch pocket Is kept erately moist.During tome bearing
medicines manufactured and which Is always
off by C 5 acre orange grove near TItusvllle,
fluff/ which Is so often given
I that it was the flowering period In June
suspect
COUNTY'SURVEYOR.add was a stinger kept on hand at the home of ye with 10 aero of land, coma bearing
the meanest thing that ever went Intoa ic r I be. This Is not Intended as a free linings or July the trees should be placed (000.00.() I
legallysurveyed] and sub-divided. mall bag. puff for the company who do not adver Avoid .ud i.'n. jars. and falls, for even outside' so that bees and other Insects Orange grove and pineapple fnrm at ,

Ipplng kinds neatly done. Estimates for A few days later a messenger from tine with ns, but to benefit little sudoren If It does not seem to affect It at'the can have access to the blooms and' In-' Mice BOO/ good heating tree. *, with 1 son
1 lines of engineering works. Dieted the manufacturing firm called and asked who may not be within" \ easy access' of n moment a watch will resent rough sure |Hlleiilxutl If plunged In ashes ihed for pines good dwelling, l,000.Kk(

a Ipeolalty.UIIVILf.JI me to step over to tK'lr place of physician. No family i should be without I handling by becoming gradually "out or other sharp\ material and faithfully 80 acres of pine and hummock, land for -

:, > Brevard Co., FLORIDA.S. business as there was a man there who '", hot In. of this medicine In the ,house, of order" without apparent cause i watered, these dwarfed citrus plant! ranges and pine on R. R. south of e
'npeolally In 'ummer lime. Lansing,
v Sebastian )Itlver (800.00
meet I am about 5 feet well the summer out lu the
wished to me. Iowa Journal. ana may spend
For sale ,
by druggists House and 42 of beautiful
liURXHAM: , M. D. 110 Hew Rattan Trace Grow. Inside: acres 1"odl
4 Inches and my weight averages all medicine dealer sunshine,' but should bo taken river front :3 miles of Eau e. fROO.
pounds. It I II a peculiar fact tbat but one Before the night turn very chilly, especially 7 room cottage, 10 acre of land, riverfront
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, When I reached the firm's place, I bunch of Imitating grows on a tree. If 'well set with fruits. at OeorgUna. $700.
Develop Sao CooeD After the fruit has been cut the tree Is
office.
ushered Into the private at to
was Apply once
Ear
Nose and Throat.ST with the
In '
The' first thing I saw and about the I am heartily sympathy then cut down to tbe ground, and from No'.. OB Cleanatla. I). L. GAULDKN! Manager.

PALM BEACH FLORIDA.rirgmiaHomes. only thing risible, was a big man who good roads movement. I do not know : the stump another tree sprouts. which The largo flowered clematls are Tlluivlllo, Fl.t..

must have weighed fully 300 pYuntls."Mr. of anything that: will Good more roads matbrlallybenefit will bears another bunch the followingyear smug tbe most showy of all climbing '

Blank. said the president; "this the country. The greatest trouble.of farmersis plants, and with. their blooms several
Is Mr. Dash, who wrote you that let create a base of supplies for the towns to keep the farms clear of sprouts. Inches across. overlapping each otheron

ter." and cities. They will reduce the' cost They shoot up front the roots of the a vigorous plant In June and July

Mr. Blank arose, shutting off the of marketing the produce of the farm tree for a radius of ten feet and grow the display I III a source of mingled surprise r N
of dollars
aud thus turn thousands
light from two windows. For a full like weeds. and pleasure. These) are hybridvarieties
Into tbe channels of trade every year As the fruit I I..* cut from the trees It SEEDS
i'ou learn all about.Virginia Lands, minute he stood looking down at rue and of which Clematis Juckmunl,
|ts resources products mode of out with open mouth and bulging eyes. that are now and -vehicles silent| for, and wear the loss tear of Is placed on the! hnclciCof. little park known by its velvety purple, large $I IVsrr I

aivatlon, prices etc., by reading the Then he turned to the others and with of teams and from 'market. donkeys and transported| In thi* way floinl leaves and central tuft of pale '..tl.edaseeknowntbeeountryo.r.I I ISki.
to
In getting
vlrginta Farmer. Send lOcts. all expression of mingled astonishment time to the! const. One donkey cnn carry green' stamens, I Is the most popiilnr. .
or 3 months to the By reducing the.cot of marketing they from three to six Imiu-beH according to various. I..I reliable Seed.ISSS.an.
subscription and dlxgust on his face said: In the region of New Jersey b. bought. Inn ears oI
Partner Co.:, Kmporla! Va. "Wcll.Kiulttpn! CI1'l was mien a little I'nalgnlnVniit.! HIUVwl their crop, thus developing the coun- from the roast. In the season at way to lie recommended frofpusor ,Liner utl IM a.rrwtIol

VE YOU SEEN THE WALTON off cricket who wrottrme flint letter try along all Hoes. No country can be Baracon; there are more than ;3.111") donkeys Earle states that the Jackman clemntls D, al, rtaar red Antlusl a co.fns, I,

caplet Calker' If notcall at the store I never would 1 luive paid that bill\ !"- thoroughly prosperous without good that stretch along In a line for succeeds In Alabama! only In shaded DefraN, Mba.
If Jan. Prltclmrd & Son.'Tltu vllle, M.gazlgr., public highway*.-Rev. J. B. Lawrence.: miles' plodding toward the const with situations. "When protected In New'
:
Harper'!
It, Is an article' that should he In and theossevsion -- --- Taere Is sueti a variety of climate their loads.. of bananas. Hampshire, It I III' fine" according to

of every boatbnllder In'[ Costa Rica that by gOlD: a, few Professor Dane, while In Colorado: It IN
Viiclitsman. Read the testimonials Business men who lack the vim, snap miles north or south of a given polar ..... the usual plan to lay plants down and

rom flistclassboatbulldeis.Iv and> ,vigor It will they purify once the had blood Hhould'strengthen use Herlne my kind of climate may be enjcyed. How ninny people, dine' nloneT The cover with earth or straw for winter. The Largest ''and Most Comlolete .. ,

and Invigorate the system Price. 50 cts. restaurants all number solitary dlnorsimong In Iowa "It succeeds with winter pro Establishment South
J. It. Wilson & Son.: The first lesson tar a boy to learnIn their regular clientage. hew tection." and for MI Nnurl "It li as
saving his moray la to resist the many thousands of people, men or women ''hardy a. others" 'Clematis panlctilsta CEO S.. HACKER. & SON

Sample copy of one of the best farm How to !Make Hair Tonle. hints of his listers every time be earns will eats lone dinner or supper Is not safe In many localities. '

Ipers published, free If you will send A hair tonic- which: hall proved) Itself i dollar.-Atchlson Globe tonight In the cities and town and 1
i blessing for falling hair and dandruffIs lomlft of Christendom? The evil of Kr.,lt Pulp D.'.....
|'ir' name on a postal'cArd, mentioning made. by mixing 4H grains"' of rmorcln If all tbe cabs In London were placed eating alone Is the subject of an ear- Experiments are being made tn the

'I> paper. with one-fourth ouuc* of glycerin and In-a line there would be a total lest althoimb: cheerful warning from manufacture of fruit pulps In a brick'

diluted alculiol fill length of 43 miles. Lancet. The hlgll'nl'al.. mixed) wtb .
THK PLOWDOV Co.,, niftlclent to a two lie London form. The pulps) being a
ounce bott)... letter have double of IJe.of gregarious dining I I. Insisted' up- large percentage of sugar, they are)
Atlanta, Ga. the amount prepared. Apply every ....1.1' of 81.... m. The necessity. of taking food In about the cdrnlstency a gum drop' .

light wild a medicine dropper Keep: "So you floored your oponent7'"Yea. locliil fashion Is an Inherent racial sort and retain tbe flavor of the fruit ad l

In mind that the ionic' must bt well Indeed;. I knocked;: him sky if thing and those who go against: It mlrn..I. ,. Being wrapped oiled pa. d -"+ II

ul>li-d Into the ixalp All that I I. high.'Chicago Record. for years. initially hive to pay for It per they are said }In keep well and be

BO YEARS* iirienrcd on the hair Is so much wasted' flerblne clears the complexion, give with aomt > of the III* of Indigestion.Jrenkfnoting fit for use at least from 14 month to ,

EXPERIENCE noterloL ,nioyancy to the mind, cures headache, alone la not had for a two years after they are made, la
I egiilates the stomach and bowels stiraa- >n"y generation, but dining alone' Is -- ,
How to Make Rrown lletty.ID the !liver and 1 I" In fact a perfect t
a1w
rlvllzntlon .
la
': Dot..n bnblt.to IM long l"outlouPt' Tae Ueraalaai a>a a Iteddlna Plant.The MANUFACTURERS OF
pudding dish arrange. alternate of the healtL Price M cent .
a quart uardlao or out of It. without disastrousrruUls. geranium lead all he otbl'l'planta
of sliced apples and I B. K. Wilson A: Son. .
layers Door's Sash Blinds '
In the good graces of the planter, ,

brand file of crumbs.buttera little Season sugar each and layer a pinchach with 'I Cereal ('01#..... : -er and I sod well It ,may wltb tbe Improvement M & Material
'r coffee contain-. If the : W..]* fall to thAt have been made In colors ( aiding Building
'and cloven. The Infusion of true I
.4 cinnamon
TRADE MARK of ground
r. and
erform their functions regularly mud ability to withstand our hot mid-
Y. . DESIGNSCOI'YRIGHTS sit WileD the dish U full pour over It a very little nutritive matter. However ntnrally the blood become con,amina- mmmer sun, It would seem that (JIlce A VVareronms. King, opposite
half cupful each of molasses and watermixed. t I I. ordinarily consumed not on at ted with and the whole .*.- Cannon StreetCharleston:
Impurities
Anyone Mmrtfng" a katrh n4 dmwrlptlnn me fr 'I nearly or 'quite ,as many geraniumswere
ilr .wwinhi. "nf whfHIipr "ai Cover the top; with crumbs. ('ouot of It* food value but Its agreesle tern Is In cnnnequence debilitated.\ Her* ; t'
i, tiiOnn t. prnhnhtf puuntable. ('nmmunkn.a..rtctl7roned.ntild small grown and sold: lat spring as all ] S. C.
flavor. It also contain a fonts efllcanv In cur- ; ,
Ilitnahoak I'numU Place!' the dish In a.pan containing bowater I tilDe Is remarkable
I'lrmiu:. ryes Ol'lent sire,,,? for Mourmir p l..':;..IT. and bake for three-quarters. of lUicmit of an alkaloid: caffeln. which ''IDJr the ailments lummer, and the dis.rders Dtbir bedding plants together.
ton tirooutl llanti It Co. t Sash Cord and
'"cal mulct, without oh"...... In the aD Jour or until the apples are soft.ierVe stimulating properties.' This In enIrHr prevalent doting hot weather.rice '. Hard? Phlol.The Weights,
cereal coffees If lhe> '' :SO: cents. it. R. Wilnoo A Son,
Stl ntl : jimtricaa.itn with cream. nil larking they claim In made. entirely from --- ; hardy phlox:, tbe,,same that otir I Hardware.. ?

......"I1In.."''Hl ...."Y'. Ijwweel. fir* Children often cry, not from pains but ire. On Your Way Horn IrfBn"qI.1J" to grow' In their
ilntloit rr' f.lnr"( ..n.ianuufl,,aL Bold Jot.shit.at. 1 inn.tinier...fl a from hanger, although fed abundantly lerenl I :grains. tarden. has been greatly Improved .f! Window and Fancy Glass
&O "he trouble arises from'Inanition; th,lr Atop at Camden, S. C., Southern Pine late years both lnBlxe: of flower and;
UNN Co.a6lete.tt.sy.' new York ''food lo not anslmilated, but devoured by Those who live on farm are especially and plnehsrut, N. C. Call at city ticket coloring, there now'being a wide range- A SPECIALTY.
ermocb om_ .W.....,... ....]>.f.Icy's Lloelttllway "
K9 r St lorms. A few doses of White' Cream able to many.accidental cnt, born and Bee( of tbe Seaboard Air of i-olorV''Phlo: Is of the easiest culture - .
'ermlfnge will destroy the worms when mile which heal rapidly. when Ballard' 2'.r.I' West Bay street Jac1tl&rin'YItJ""f'/ ; w
should have place lo everyCarden. DYSPEPTICIDE
and A
Kidney Cure tbe children will begin\ to thrive at once. Mattw Lloiment I.I applied. Price, 23: and a format Ion regarding elegant h'tell
Price, .10 cents U. R. Wilson 4 !Son.:: 00 cents. D. R. Wilson "00. ecommodatloD: The greatest aid> to DIGESTION.
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lull 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 19, 1901. --.1

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JAMKS. PIUTCKARD,'President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice\ Prealttrt

WHO LEADS ? C. S. SCUUTI-KR, Cashier
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. ROOFING.
ASPHALT GRAVEL

The Ohio Democratic State Con- INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN!
TO TB. DBVBL>-
t A WBBKLV.JOCaWAI.DSVOTBD vention baa almost unanimously rejected -

Or M EXT O* TUB INDIAN. BIVBB' bABB. the Kansas City platform,, GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.
WORTH AND BIHOAYHB aAYIUT10NS.PUBL1sUED
and would have ignored its existence COUNTY DEPOSITORY
WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
EVERY FRIDAY.CBABLKS altogether if a few brainless _' Authorized capital, $100 Coo

men had not insisted upon its rec- Paid up capital, - $25)0p()

H. WALTON, Editor & Publleber, ognition. We say 'brainless men' The Average deposits, $1 I 00,000
Carder-Caflipbell Company
because it was a fact only too ob
Dlsoontln'uanca of advt. mimt be made personally ,
vious that where there was one
at this office or by/writing. Transacts a General
I man for the Kansas City platform, Shack No. '1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE,' FLA. Bankin B

Obeck,(to., may bs made payable to COABLBII )here were one hundred and fifty k 1

B. WALTOH,publlnher.Address against it. -Southern Selling Agents for- .' ; i i. Business,

These half dozen men who wished WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL

all communications COAST ADVOCATE toEAS'r , to put the, matter to a test might ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Paint ; Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rii9! .

TITDSVILLB. FLORIDA.O. have seen that they were inviting Exchange bought and sold! 'nnCountries. ,,.,i I if 1 "''I npp'
overwhelming defeat-thatisif they Works' Structural! and Technical Paints. .

Department of Agriculture had sense enough'to see into any HIGH POINT GRANITE WORKS$, SPARTANBURG, S. 0. Patronage appreciated. Vronipt i\ ,
Itiircuu ),'1". thing; which, Judging from appearances treatment and. every favor COMMIT tn'" J"'I.
Weather -Jupiter, C CRUSHED TONE, CURB BLOCK and BUILDING STONE. .. i nervatlve banking,gran.. i iJf.
is doubtful. If these r
very ; .
nJtnOADE' "LYTHITK" COLD WATER PAINT. A CORRESPONDENT
The /( comparative statement men had kept quiet, and no refer- w.w Seaboard National 11-mk of N, ,'rk ,'
and rainfall for the II
of temperature Netlonall4ankofJacksoovllteFi '
whatsoever had been made to i
week ending Tuesday, July 10, 11)01) ence
-1901MIN. -1000- the :Kansas City platform it would GRAFF & CO. ,BANKRUPT. UNIFORM EXAMINATION.. TI'1 US'PILL +', FLA.-.

DATE. MAX. MIN. have been much better for the Bryan ---- -- ,
---- --- ----- -- -- ------
10 88 70 88 It: wing of democracy, for the Judge Thomas In the United State Text Books to be Vseil In the September| =

11 87 74 80 72 might have thought that ((District Court In Brooklyn, N. Y., ha ExamInation. F
country
12; 112:! 74 88 711 banded down an elder adjudging((. Edward -
13 80{) 77 80 81 while, evidently, the antiBryanfaction Graff and Thomas F. Nevins, IndIvidually EDUCATIONAL DEFT;; ,STATE OF FLORIDA. OurStore
14 87 78 loll) 80 was in the majority, still and as members of the stockbrokerage Tallahassee, Fla., June 17, 1901. [
i 15in>> 88 76 87 71 was of G. Gail & Co. The following are the text books, with
88 80 84 72 there a respectable minority : firm Edward publishers and prices, which will be made Is open but 6 I days In the x
whose real strength they did not bankrupts in proceedings I : brought by; the basis of the questions for the regular
Total rainfall for the week: .10 former Sheri Frank Creamer and TaI; week. During that time (moo n .,
Departure from normal rainfall for the wish to disclose. At any rate, peo- Commissioner Uchliemann.! Robert F Uniform Examination, beginning Sep- f 1
:
find to offer,
week: mlnns ,85 Inches. Departure ple could have only conjectured and Tllney was appointed referee In bank- tember 3rd, 1001 : J we opportunity

from normal rainfall since January 1, drawn inferences, whereas the whole .uptcy. and will at once begin an examination Orthography-Reed's Word Lessons, while It lasts;
Inches. 25 cents, Maynard Merrill & Co., N. Y.
.28
plus HAI P. HARDIN Observer body politic is now Ihformed as to Into the affairs of the firm. Reading-Any standard reader will do.CompoRIUonSwlntou'a roll 40 yds.. $4.80.
,
Home of the creditors are Jaa. Shevlin, 1 16c. Matting, a ,
New School
attitude
the Ohio democracy's to
-- - -- - -- $01,<)XX); foi mer Sheriff Frank Creamer,
the Kansas Composition, 32 cents, American Book 30c. Matting a roll, 40 yds.. . $ .60
I City platform. $:.!!I.Il6I1 l; ex-Senator McCartj, $35,065: ( ; Co. New York Atlanta. "
or
THE great pro-Boer agitator,
While Ohio haM taken'the lead in Superintendent of City Schools William
Kapuscba, of Vienna, has just been utterly rejecting our present plat II. Maxwell, $0,812; Superintendent of American Arithmetic Book-Milne's Co. Standard, 05 eta, Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.

sentenced to five years' Imprisonment Records Thomas D. Hosscrop, $((1,725Deputy ; .
form, yet there can be no questionthat Commissioner English Orammar-Metc, CO cents,
for appropriating Boer funds Street.CleanLn American Book Co.. -
its popularity and power with Patrick II. $1,777 City Judge
Quinn, ; ; United States Gram-
I given him to keep up the Boer agi the national democratic party is Edward F. (Dwyer, $500: City Judge ltory--Fleld'a
American Book Co.
mar School $1
,
tation. Conlan ; the Rev. Jr L. SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPABI
gone forever. If every State in Lewis J. $500; Florida History-Green's, $1.25, Williams THE .
Val J.
Belford) $1,000; Schmidt. $4,500; Wilkins&Co. Baltimore Fairbank's .
the South was compelled to speak ; or
IT is a question which is the fastest M. Suarez & Co., $3,162; former Election '
,
$1.25 II. & W. B. Drew, Jack.
their attitude in this it is ,
matter; Commissioner J. W. JCrreger; ,U,800J.J.;
boat, the Constitution or the on ville, ha.GeographyRedway's. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Columbia. The Columbia has beaten 'safe to say that nine-tentha of the Caahroan, $1,500;W. L.Arenberg, 7025. Natural Advanced ,
Southern States would show them The above state of affairs seems to nave
American Book Co.
$1.25,
the new defender twice, but we been caused by the recent panto on the ; *
Civil Goyernment--1'ownaend' Shorter
selves hostile ,the -
to platform.
, are inclined to think that the Con New York Stook Exchange; but we hopeit
Course, 72 cents American Book Co. Brick
If the Southern Eastern and Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk
tltution was not anxious to show will, not stop Mr. .Kevins'/ and family Physiology-Steele's Hygiene, $1, American -: ...",
Middle States to the their annual visit to Merritt,
are opposed from paying; Book Co.
Sir Thomas all its 'fine points.' ;
When the is at stake the new :Kansas City platform, and we be- on Indian River, where, they have a.host Algebra-White's School, $1, American Offices foot of Hogan Street:-Jackllonvl11e, Florida. Telephone No 262.!
cup of friends.
lieve then that Invl able Book Co.Pbyaloal .
r boat may surprise them all. they are, Houston's New J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
Geography- ,
stand
structure can not any longer
t ARE YOU GOING AWAY? $1.25, )Eldrldge & Bro., Philadelphia.
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, THE Commoner has rebuked the than 1904, when a new platform Theory and Practice of Teschloll-
will be declared. Of ,course, Mr. fitch's Lectures On Teaching, $1, The
Ohio convention and the
't warns If so, you will consult your own inter Baker
Bryan will cease to exiat as the Macmillan Co., New York. McMurray
other States-not to "follow suit. eats by calling upon < r addressing; the
These books can be pu.'chased from almost -
leader of when the issues ,
democracy, excursion rates
+ Will the boys hearken to the words undersigned for summer any book dealer In the State. If
which be committed lake and seaside resorts.
for stands
to mountain, not at book dealer's send the
of the will be bad and your price
or they
sage have been discarded. Now the Attention is directed to the reduction ol named to publishers and they will send 44O West! Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
4' run out into the political fields to summer tourist rates to Virginia; and Atlantic -
question i is : Who will be our lead iost|>ald.
and the fact that Headquarters for-
frolic among themselves? Mr. Bry.an Coast lesorts, to W. V. SIIKATH,
er in 1T)04) ? Thus far no one par tourist ares are authorized I to Washing
is making the mistake of his State Supt. Public Instruction.
ticular man has come forward and ton. Baltimore Philadelphia, New Yoik,
life in trying to force serai-popu Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
assumed the leadership. Perhaps, Providence and U""t"n; by rail to Nor !
hem upon the people for a third such folk, thence via stemniihlp, In addition Any advertised dealer Is authorized to ,
time.-"That way lies death." no one will undertake responsibility to rates via Savannah and steamship guarantee Banner Salve for Letter,eczema and Sundries

until it is forced upon him Folders, sailing: and sleeping oar arrangements )lles, sprains, scalds, burns, ulcers and "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER'TIRES
e the 7th has been by the great democratic convention' furnished promptly. Cheap excursion any open or old Hore. Wilson & Son. ; put on ,your wheel

KEPTBMQER set that will) meet three years hence to rates to Buffalo,N.Y.,by all rail, at short notice.
side as Florida at the Fan-
Day Louisville Cincinnati
through Washington, or
name its candidate for president. Cures Blood<< Troubles, Blood
h American Exposition. From what or via Havannah or Norfolk and -- ----- ---- -- -- -
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we can learn there will be a considerable One of the old guard stands a good steamship.' Through New York city.F. Poison Cancer. Eczema, etc.Costs .

t numberof Floridians Buffalo chance of, winning, when that august M. Jolly, D. P. A., Jacksonville; or r '' WATCHES CLOCKS
B. W. Wrenn, passenger, traffic manager. Nothing to Try. ,
body convenes, but we must not I
,
during the month of September Savannah Old, obstinate deep,seated cases per- II ,
that. there 'Is also
I But Brevard county, with ell forget a large con- manently cured by taking Botanic Blood .Ia

its brightness resources and wealth, tingent of younger men .who are in Head of Mmiotu. Balm (li. B. B.). If your blood l Ie tainted Jewelry Diamonds,
.. .
will have scarcely Representation the popular eye, and would make producing offensive eruptions, aching 2f1 IIIIIVI n II. t,;<4 I
any ;
boneR and ulcers falln hair
timber. joints, :g mucous
, there. Our only hope is that fine presidential To-diy, 'On Wednesday, Royal Albert Hall, In patches, soar mouth and throat, ,.;;+" ', ', a Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents! ,

C we may redeem ourselves at the however, we aid without a recognized Lon.Ion, wan the scene of Impressive ceremonies cabs or scales, persistent pimples, eating .._;... ' W Dll1t'OI WaUham Watches, etc

State Fair in Jacksonville. leader,' for those of 'DO and accompanying; the Installation alrelO.;swellings, sore lip, diy sore, dull, c.. m 1\
1900 have been, by popular consent, of the Duke of Jounaught as grand mater : aching lancing, shooting piling, then you 5. JJll1\1\ FINEWATCH and JEWELRY EEPilSHI
the back The of the English: Free Masons, in succession have blood poison or tbu beginnings of ,. _
I INTENSE heat has ruined the crops relegated to ( ground. to his brother King Edward. deadly cancer. Don't experiment but .;.. ,.
throughout the northwestern and future of our party is one which The ceremonies were attended by prominent take Botanic Blood Balm (li. B. B.) made. A SPECIALTY. '
southwestern States. Nebraska deeply engages the attention of member s of the order from all parts specially to cure all malignant blood Watch inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'Jbpeotaolea .

especially thoughtful men, and the outcdme of the United Kingdom; and also by fra- troublee,-iike those named above and and Eyeglasses. Charges. paid one way. R. J. RILE!,

has suffered great damage is be seen.INDISSOLUBLY ternal representatives of the grand lodges; tcblng, scabby, eczema carbuncles, 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:, FU
from. the long! and excessive hot yet.to of various countries. Report in the papers crpfula, rheumatism, cancer, blood --4-_ ____ _
weather, with Mississippi and Texas say the ceremonies of the Duke'aIn.tallatlon humors, etc, Heals every sore and stops
'a close second., Floridians were connected with the was something magnificent aU aches and pains. Try It. Costs but
and such a scene in Masonry bad not $1 at druggists.: Treatment sent free by
Immense of the American
thinking it was hot when the there growth been witnessed In England for a good writing to Dr. GiHam 21H Mitchell Street,

mometer registered 95 here, but nation has been the country newspaper many years. I Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free a

what would we have thought hadit .. As an institution it has medical advice given. Medicine and free

registered 112, as it did in some been a prime factor In the development Summer Excursion Rates I medical advice sent at once prepaid. B.B. .

places? Florida has the most ideal of the Great West. No sooner To Boston, Providence, New York, Bal- B. ago.originated! thousands by Dr.have Gillam been over cured-80ye81'11 Mail de's -"'""

r.lImate'found on this continent.IT Is a'town definitely located than the timore, Washington, Old Point Comfort, many after doctors and patent medicines

local newspaper springs into being Ocean View, Virginia Beach and Portsmouth had utterly failed. Botanlo Blood Balm,

seems that although the amend.'ed with all the vigorous enterprise Railway as offered are by especially the Seaboard attractive.AirLine (B. B. B) Rives life, vigor and strength --eenst rw
to the blood making It and rich.
War Revenue Law, which went characteristic of American journalism. From Jacksonvlle-$47.30) to Boston and pure

'Into effect on July let, was.expect ': There la no publication that Providence; $''3.30 to New York; $J6.:<0

ed to reduce the annual receipt.' can hope to supplant the home pa- to Baltimore $30.20 to Washington> $33 WEATHER REPORT. ,
Point
.20 to Old Comfort, Ocean View,
from Internal revenue by about per. No matter how much other Rev. Jas. H. White
Virginia Beach and Portsmouth and re- By observer for
140,000.000, there has been no fall daily publications may offer in the turn. Tickets on sale dally, good; returning Weather Bureau, U. government.

ing off in the income, from this way of illustration, brilliant liter- : up to Oct. Slit, 1001. Tbese'exour- SUMMARY FOR JUNK, 1001.

source thus far in the fiscal year. ary treasures, ,authors with big slon rates apply via Portsmouth other and Highest temperature on the 7th. 88.5
name and the prestige of local steamer only. Similar rates from Loweat" 2nd , 8.0
On the'contrary, the receipts from ,
Florida points. Two dally trains between Mean for the month. . . .. .. 78.2
State and national influence, the
internal
taxation during the first Florida points and Portsmouth;morningand
for 20 : .. . Best Material.
Average mean years 78.2 Lowest Prices
1 home has Its sacred attentionat from Jacksonville.For .
business week of July were $6,069- paper evening departure Highest " 'a In 1884. 80.6 ,
Information write A. O. Mao- .
the family hearthstone. Even aDY a' to "
799, as against $4,608,274 during Lowest 1880, 73.4
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the corresponding week of last the wealth-bedizened suburbanite Donnell, A. G. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. I Rainfall in Inches . ... . ... . 0.80

The large income at this time year.is I must have a weekly glimpse at the Average for 24 years. . . .. : .. 8.90 QUICKEST
THE RAPID CALKER Is what every' Greatest " 'a 18 9. . .'.. 14.28 SHIPMENTS.
{ partly due to the payment of many modest little village paper; and yaothsman and boatbullder needs. For Least 1800. . .. 00

a special taxes, which, under the law, who does not welcome the paper sale by Jaa. Prltchard A Son, Titus Prevailing direction of wind.....'. NK I

are payable at the beginning of the from the "old home" in its familiar ville\ Fla. Price $4 and $8 eacn. Numbet; of clear days . .. . . . 14 :Bond Lumber Co. ntonflb
..
I fiscal ? fair . . . . , 7 ,
These how wrapper
+: year. same taxes, --If you want; good results, you will S. cloudy .. . . \o
{ I ..ever, were In force last year. find the ADVOCATE an excellent: adver days with rata. . . . 13: A Trial Order Will Convince.
LET everybody from Maine to Using medium. Island Home, '

THE keystone of successful advertlalng Mexico remember that the recent. -The Clyde Line Steamship Co.'s Merrills Island, Fl*. S. O. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager. _ Titusville, Fla.Masury's .

is made up of many parts, hot wave did not- strike Florida i I agency; Is at the ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle -

and these parts to be available must with the same force that it did the where you can secure reservations. The ADVOCATE does Job printing.Florida. .

+ be so fitted together that they seem other States. Our highest temper Paints'Are Hot t_ Cheap Paints.

1 The merit of he ature 94 while in all the States -, -- -
one thing. thing was -' -llI J. '11 1Dil .li --a!:_ 13i!!!
advertised, the plain truth spoken north of us the mercury went beyond ra.

' ii'"f of it, the placing of it before the the 100 mark. This proves H. I. LAUX & CO. Bnt It Is economy to use them. Liquid Color*(ready for use) cost $1.50 per I

k ''w people who are likely to be attract that Florida can not get as hot as gallon.=Rallroad Colors (paste form) cost when mixed with'Oil $1.25 per I

ed by what is said andjnterested in the rest of the country. The nights Products a Specialty. gallon. For sale only by

the article, the use of plain, easily have been delightful, and when In 211 PoydrasSt., New Orleans, La.
1 understood language and keeping the shade 'and fanned by the cool I GEORGE F. :P ..r.: noN: +
By Telegraph : I
i ; everlastingly at it. We have all sea breezes we can always keep NEW ORLEANS, July 1, 1001. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. EAU CALLUS:, FLORIDA. s
seen the full page advertiser who cool. There i I. no place like Florida. '
ADVOCATE readers -'
to -
i Special ; t
spreads himself over the earth for
Pineapples: Queens $::1.7310; $3.25; Fancy Red Spanish 2.23 to 3.50; I I
I a. few days and drops into oblivion ; POOR Funeton I How quick and Fancy large Porto Rico 3.00 to 8.00\ according to quality and condition. H. A. HODGES.... i
the untruthful who only at- terrible hat been thy fall 1 Instead much and
person, Pineapples are coming spasmodically- good poor fruit In all I Manufacture of .
tracted passing notice and was lost of capturing Aguinaldo by. _brave sorts of condition. One association Is selling at auction-good stock selling I

eight of forever) the persistent Individual and brilliant military ruse it ia now low-market has been demoralized, but with care will recover.' We have ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber.- ,

'1 who believed In the meritof alleged that you bought the heathen :, had loots sufficient a orate between good stock carload for our and country 1 less than trade.carload The rates difference; we advise Is shipmenta only* I ROUGH AND DRESSED, . Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable c'rsa

hie article and continued to sing Pnilliplno with shinning eaglets. ., In'this way for the presentAlligator Pears, Mangoes'' are In dewand. X ?Vlnpl"tln5J'h its praise until large percentageof Speak up Freddie for th-drinks .. Write or wire for market prices. H. J. LAUX A: CO. atiufl2oBa nt- do well to write for prt '.. The saw mills are J loc+tal

the people believed with him. are on you. - -- * ***.> on the J.. T. K.W. Ry. Lumber delivered to -*
i pan of the East Coast. Address '
: II. A. tfODQES, Buffalo B1aS,1'a

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ST COAST ADVOCATE, JULY 19, 1901. '5

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GEORGE, MARX. JOHN MARX. G3-O TO I
)r. E. H. ARMSTRONG Stuart. ;

--. 1VI.. t.H.: JB <>S. G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte

George; Parks U now In his new store, ,

waiting for his share of our trade. Wholesale Dealers In : ,
I Street North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ;

I ek na 1 t \ of Charles land from Glass Mr.has Qlutcbf purchased and la nacres preparing -: GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE,. -FOR YOUR s jl:

to plant. ._- -

George:( McPherson Las gone:( to Georgia Furniture Mattresses Pillows '
0 Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
where his wife la spending the sum-
,
0
mer with relatives. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES INTHE CITY.

Messrs. Hay Thomas, Miller\ Bennelle PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, I!
and Ilaney have built tramroads to Rio, -- -. _

EYE SPECIALIST. the main shipping point of St. Loose We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating; Potatoes and Cow Peas; :E3ro.clets.: "in.d..o'V'V S.L3.Go.7q r

15 W Bay street, Jacksonville Fla., River guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full lino of Hay Grain and Feed. We want
= Stanley Kltchlng has opened a cafe your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a.trlal and you will be pleased.: AND FANCY CABINET WARE. I r ,

where light drinks form part of his stock .MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fla.

West Palm Beach. in we trade.have heard.A He .will also serve tee cream ;nr- We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. N. Undertaking Department entirely separate. I, (


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petition has been sent to the F..}:. i J

Sheriff Perry of St. Augustine was in I C. R,. authorities. asking that this be : I Eau Gallie. Hardeeville. Notice.UNDKU : t ;J(
h >wu on the 12th for a brief stay. made a flag./ station. We hope to have 'i
I II
t I all\ trains here. I '
The young men of the Glee Club gave' stop I .AND 1IY VIRTl'E OF A nECREs: 't

hop in the Ladles' Club room, the I Dr. Burnham, of West Palm Bench, I OOODK A nooPE.-Ttnal F.Rtata and Lnan. A, baptismal service was hold in St. Notwithstanding the dry weather Circuit..>aliHiini('(,lIlIt In and and mila! for 1-,1 Mrtivanl I| out
u [venlng of'the 12th. recently made professional visit here, Awnt for Actts, Ixomlcm: and l Liverpool anilOlolie John's chinch on Monday morning orango \trees are looking,: tine Florida) In Cliani'pry" wtirraln W. II. Maxwell Umiiiipliilnant.aiiil '
Providence. Waxlilneton, Sun and tnciflo Inulali. anil Wllllu I nit I
and after his duties were over, crossedthe I Uor.l y >- II
Mr. and Mrs. Geo: II. Maltby sailed one river to the with and Fire Insurance Ritrlal|' attention paid The warm waves are reaching most E. E.: Swlnaou and Ross Wilson will N.... .aa TriiatKu of the African' MuthoiMnt. i Kpl'4.oupal : I .
10th for"old England," on the steam- spend day Mr. 'to the Interest of uon-residents. all parts of the country, except the East soon visit relatives Georgia (Church of Tit,,.v Iii,, Florida. are defendants -
St. via New York Mrs. F. W. Miller. -. --- --- ------- Const of Florida. I will,, ,mil at Hebtlo Amalon to the hlLtliintanil ,\
hip Paul aud South- HOTEL C'RLETON-o"'l' the year round. DellKhtful Mrs. J. 1\[. Garland of Ditytnnn, hits Leaf l bills (ur"mi> ,twnre' the Court n.."",, P
jinpton. Hotel Danforth tried to close for the spot to upend winter or mmmier. Lo- Mrs. Schnyler and family returned to been spending a few days with lira J. P. door III the Town Tltuivlllr,, during the h-gal I
summer but so many commission men rated. on hlth bind overlooking the Indian hours of sale on the
Mr. W. R. Moses, the real estate man | Canaveral, on Wednesday last, V 11tbe Suwtolle.
and others business have been here lllver. Term tnodnrare.Fasxa
on F1KST MONDAY IN AVOl'ST, A P. 1901,
taken to the steamer Canaveral.
In
woods not "
m bellger-
a Uonxar'soal'roprietor.
that it has not been but has Church services were hold here last
lit but to Improve and only open thn ran e being the Ath day of said month, all '
manner plant
trees in his new done a good business. Bub for the APVOCATK Geo. defy Schuyler and family of Canaveral Sunday. Rev. A. C. Slritaflold; preached that trll"t of 'laud lying; and lining 1 In llrnvnnlNullity I}
range possessions Iptlons ,
near are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. R. an interesting and helpful surmvn. ( Florida Mini iliwrrlhnil aa follow. tel'I
art Pierce. With possibly one exception all on the pink paper of the Bust Coast, will be Hodgson of Kail (iallle, wit: kontle14:: Lot in, Hlk' iu. I
this side of the river will build 'more received at the Melbourne Postoffice. Alt \ to sue Miss vt'llllo\ Wilson Tlju South.. half of n..Id l t Jut her..by oonveyeil, I'
Postmaster J. C. Stowers took his de- sheds. The smallness of the pineappleIn Mr. Pomeroy has secured the princlpalshlp homo again from Bonavnnture. whore fronting((0\4II1MIIWI) foriy-nlx Curt anil tIfty-elKht
nrture Saturday to join Mrs. Stowers hnnilmtlm feet mi linnimlt, Htrtwt;almi froiulnuOA :
1. ml Miriam down on the coast of the open has convinced the most Dr. George:( Holmes, of Sharpes was a of the high school at Fort Pierce sho attended school several months ItMiiO)ftlxty-llva fmt and toil one biitulr. h.. I
way skeptical that shedding is necessity.. I welcome visitor lust week. We wish Mr. I'omeroy every success In section foreman has of a rout on Mouth IU..II&conr..IIIK. to the tulip| 'I
l.ilne. In Mr. towers' absence Paul his new Held of labor. MrHlnson, of tint Town, of Tltnevtll0\ now" on ale> In the t tl'lerk's
lark has a very able assistant iu Mrs I Mrs. Dr. Ilaney leaves on Wednesday MAjor L. B. Dawson of Narrows, WAS given:( up his position here, and! is now nlllitu, Hrnvnnl Cirnnty, Florida. . to tut.HiBiwalal -

'. A. Spltzer. the 24th lust., for Grand Rapids Mich., in town on business this week. Archdeacon U. F. Brown held the last living In Sanford Mr.. Solaner a young ry said cI""reo and ou.t. WAHl'': JONES If 1

where her husband Is receiving medical service In St. John's church last Sunday man from'St. Augustine, now tills the Mauler. Cliani'ory.lllll . 'i
At the close of an Executive Commit- treatment. After an extended visit In Lawyer F. J. Webb of Tltusvllle, was evening until his return from his vacation position.J. .

ire meeting of the Freo Reading Room the above city she will visit several In town, this week seeing Melbourne In tlio.White Mountains. hawk hoverIng For ))lvorC '
\
1 on Jay afternoon, Mrs M. E. Qruber a friends. P. Sawtollo on seeing n l'
ember of the committee Invited the places in Ohio. ,i W. B. Gilbert, formerly of Eau Gallie over the beach, ran with his !gun JustIn .J

(dies to her home, where a pleasant Up to July 12th 45,000 crates of pine-- Mrs. Hood, of Canaveral, was theguost but now of Columbus, Ind., has marrlodand time to BOO that a chicken had been IN THE': CIRCUIT COUNT IN AND Fps BRK-:

uclal hour was passed and delicious re- apples were shipped from Stuart dock of her mother Mrs. Maggie Johnson settled In Co.umbus where he will\ dropped Into the river and, while won- yard County, Florlila In

resliments were served.Mr. and the work has gone steadily on. Besides last week.A. have his home for the future. dOling how he could save It, saw an alligator Frederick J. Webb I Chanoory.

(1( these the entire crop north of the of Atlanta and R S. reach out of the water and swallow v rt ( lllll for Divorce I
II. Stewart The schooner
,
and Mrs. Don Morris contemplate the J. F. P., of Melbourne, the chicken. This is the first alligatorseen \ Annie K. Webb )
the and
I novlng Into their new home within the river two plantations on Nelson, of Jacksonville were In town Is moored In the Eau Gallie river for the It amxtnuInK. by the bill of a<>mi south ship from platforms. These add this week.J. balance of the here In several years. anil Sled in Kalil. cause and the aOhl.""
ext few days. Mr. Morris Is associatedith summer season. The
vessel t
defendant..
thousands more crates to the biggest --'-- nf complainant that. the l Annie B.Webb .
many
the Bond Lumber Co. Mr. and from the St. Luoie II. Baker has been making Improv- was brought In by Capt. Hoy McFad- U a non-rml.lent. of the State of riorlita '
Irs. Morris are an acquisition to ourpetal crop ever shipped ments the residence of Wm. M.Chatlee WOMAN'S RIGHTS.-Woman's 'first anil I resides. to-wlti I In HoarborotiKn, In the Untied t
and business River section. on den.Tho Inalienable right Is freedom .from head Kln",'''''' of Iruut llrltala. ,
cll'clea. and we ex- on the blurt. fine launch belonging to the estate and thatso Now you, the nalil Annie K.': Webb, be and in.paar '
'nd our welcome to them. ache nervousness constipation before theJII.llCe..r our Court on
Dr Geo. Porto Rico are now of the late J. Maxwell Randall, of miserable. The l'
; Ewing, a practicing physician Fine large pines often make her life SATURDAY AUGUST S4TH. A, D. reef, I
The Promenade Concerts given every Smith's/ Grove, Ky., for thirty years, being/ shipped from the Phillips plantation sel Boston has will be sold'' this fall. The yea chief cause of these troubles Is stomach to answer" nM. bill of complaint,nr a decree |iriounfmMi >
frlday evening by the West Palm Beach writes his experience with Foley's Kidney at Cast Melbourne.Rev. been only one season In' use In disorders. Dr. Loyal Ford's )Dyspeptlclde will IMI entered. aaalnit you, and the

'!1. and, are the features of the week. The Cure: "For ;years I have been both- Florida ,waters. Is the now and perfect cure for these Ills. oniilalnant will lie allowed tn proceed.x-parte
and surely has made a marked improve- E. W. Butler of Ormond, preached I with his ...lil 1 online.
ered with trouble and
kidney enlarged Work Is progressing well the B. R. Wilson A: Son 1
In the Congregational church last on new : It I I. further unit-red tl at this notion pat
ent under their new leader Prof. Kauf- postrate gland. I used everything knownto and evening. factory being erected by G. F. Paddtson. i llnliaillii. the tCAtI'r(JUAH'r A UVCIAT..:..new.-
nan, and the appreciative listeners are the profession without relief until I Sunday morning This will give much further aid to our paper| {,nbllhed In alii county,vitae a week" for

umbered by the hundreds. was Indited to use Foley's Kidney Cure. Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Moore, of KoseUnd working people and will\draw mire bua- I' Indianola.The el wltnxHii htoonsenutvewoeb.the Honorable, Minor .H. Jones, Judirn

Lovers of aquatlo sports were given a After using three bottles I was entirely were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John mess to Kuu Qallie. or 88101 l0ert anil the seal IIr call l l Clourt at the I
I cured. I prescribe it now dally In my Goode from Saturday to Sunday Court Homo, liiTltimTllle, Florida, title Ittth day
reat treat Saturday afternoon by a very and recommend Its Eau: Gallie will\ be In better shape this pineapple'crop from the Indian- or June, A.. I). l\Iel1.\
pirlted race between sit, fast cat-boats, practice heartily use Mr. Haslehurst left, on Sunday, for coming fall than ever berore to care for ola plnety will be ready for shipment In ('t.Ct.8eal,) A. A. 8TKWART! ,
such troubles for I
to all for
physicians Clark nf the Circuit Court.
"
iz: The Naiad Addle Canvas-Back Haslehurst Is still here \aUK
'
Waveland.MI's. all our winter visitors The Increased a few dayn.Where I
state I have It In
can honestly prescribed
lunter Drucie and the Arthur B. At ---
her daughter Mrs. T. C. Nichol hotel and
visiting buaidlug house accommodations
hundreds of cases with peifect success. Is the who assured that
I o'clock the six boats Into lit e man us
swung UI:AI.. JCSTATJ: FOR SAM
or a ten-mile race, with windward and B. K. Wilson & Son. son. was a much needed want lifter the full moon, the mosquitoes|' like 1

award work and a fresh breeze to In. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Metcalf came up The Eau Gallie town corporation are the moon, would grow loss? -
of
the interest. The Hunter from Palm Beach last Tuesday and expect erecting public nfllces for the As Executor of the Estate William
rease wan the use of the The dunce announced for la_t Friday male
Eden.Jack Treutler deceased I otter at private
,
to start north to spend some town otliolalH.
) rat to cross the line, closely followed by soon The building Is locsted evening on account of the sickness of the following described Real Estate belonging -
he Naiad, with. Drucie and Arthur B. time. on Highland avenue, the ground was the musician resolved Itself Into A social. to said Estate: l

ogetber; these were followed by the Russell, our new postmaster took Mrs. :M. A. Martin and two grandchildren ; donated by W. H. H. Gleason.J. /
the hot weather and No. 1. The known as the Scumortuitte
Notwithstanding
Lddle with Canvas-Back few seconds (trove
a charge of the office last Saturday even- Miss Etta and Frank Bennett, A. Gilbert Intends making changes
south side of Eau Gallie
stern The ten miles were made by sail- month with relatives In and additions numerous mosquitoes, both morning and /grove on
Ing. are.spending a to his
el ng four times around a two and onehalflie already handsome evening service, last Sunday were well I creek In Section :'Jl, Township: South,
Orlando.In .
course. The Naiad led on the first Mrs. J. II. I.eTournean entertained the property on Young street as soon as he attended. Range 37 East, containing about fl| acres"

ound, the Addle on second round, on Point Lace Club last Thursday after- a late letter to friends from W. C. returns doing to Eau early Gallie this fall.which he contemplates Master Harry Anilrlx,! the three year This Is a tine grove a number of bearing

he third round the Naiad was disablednd noon. Barnes; we were sorry to learn that the trees
old son of Mr. and Mrs O. Audrlz met
fouled the stake Hag throwing her Mrs. C. S. Bahuey and daughter .of health of Mrs. Barnes is still poor. We W. S. Balding has commenced operations with a severe'flll Monday resulting In a Xo. 2. All of Hi of NKt I !Section :21,

ut of the race. On coming/ in on the Ankona, spent two days last week visitIng hope soon to hear that she Is better. on the large purchase of land! made out over the right eye that required a few Townalitp: South, tango 37 East, covered

bird round the Addle led, but just after Mrs. Henry Whipple. Louis Lyman left, last Monday for by the company, and U now draining a stitches by Dr. Holmes to close. I with watere lying In said };au Oallle
the home her carried savannah Into Horse that will River and Eau Oallle Hay containing r
assing stake, .roast Manila, P. I., where he expects to remain creek give )
the Albert /Shattuck after spending a busy the company about hundred Mld-siiinmer quietness prevails In this about: ) more or loss.
way at deck, thus throwing/ her outf tor some time. Louis with the >;est one acres of : acres,
1 goes ,
) the race, and giving the Canvas-Oack mouth assisting his brother In the pack- wishes of his Melbourne friends for success good tillable land. Island hamlet with only.a ripple of excitement I No, 3. Commencing at a post KKi: relit
)1, he lead. Soon after the Ing housn, left for his home In New occasionally. Such was the I
starting race, In his new home. The Eau Gallle Baseball Club: will South of Northeast corner post of SWof }
he fleet, by their difference in speed and Smyrna last Friday: morning. play the Titusville Baseball case Monday when cards were received Section :dl, Township 27 !Mouth, Range
t Club at Tltusvllle
fit and Mrs. Frank( of Mr. Charles
manner In handling, became. equally rilritled Our school house has been painted and Last Mondal' Mr. on Saturday the 20th Instant. announcing marriage 87 East From thence run West :'J70 feet,
Into two divisions the Naiad, Ad- looks very neat. It was the only un- Mayport where Mr. A steamer has been chartered to Thomas Harper, our former /genial mall thence South 1.T7: tout, thence East 170feet ,

lie and Canvas-Back In the first and the painted building In the place except Conkling will engage; In the drug busl-In the Eau Gallie Club and friends to carry Tltusvllle carrier to Miss Cora Mtloknny, a highly/ thence South A\ feet, thence East KM 0

JG'T Hunter, Drucie and Arthur B. In second some fdw rough/ board out-buildings, and ness. Homer Conkling: will remain and return on that date: educated New Hampshire ;young lady feet, thence north 1U feat to beginning
Division.{ After the disabling of her only was quite an eyesore to our citizens.J. charge 'of the drug; store hero. who spent the winter a year ago In Mer- known as the Wilson cottage lot, I, 1

two rivals (Naiad and Addle) gave the Fred Prang Is making cement blocksto rltt, and endeared herself to many friendsIn No. 4. That portion of 8W!.4' Section f+

'rat place to Canvas-Baik, followed by II. LeTourneau's fine, young, spirited put under the McBride grocery store Thos. W. Carter of Ashboro N. C., Indianola. Our best wishes for their :Township :27! Month Itl\nlol7: East fi
with and has and!
lie Hunter, Drucie and Arthur 13., Can- horse met a mishap and Mr. Mitchell has Just naishod repairing bad kidney trouble and one bottle of Fo- happiness prosperity. commencing at a point 871)feel West from i


A. All were ably handled, and glad; to hear the injury nothing/ serious, dation under the McBride house- and be says there Is no remedy that will -When writing advertisers please of aforesaid l{, thence! run South: 102 t
- and the horse good for (another) mention the ADVOCATE.
leanly raced In the hope with ,
most yachtsmanlike of the best exhibits compare It. Wilson & Son. feet tlienoo Kast 100 feet, thence Mouth
has
Melbourne one
manner. The race was instigated by a twenty years.W. Pan- 120:!( feet' thence West to W /Section: hen
in State to the Excursion Hat to Jluffulo.
from town our M
:hallenge made by the owner of the Ad- G. Frink, our new merchant is a any This well thence North GiH: feet,' thence East to

:llo,, who lost the race on the 4th of July cousin of J: C. Frank, of Jensen, who Is American Exposition. Goode speaks fur Georgiana.Mrs. American Ex. starting point containing 110 acres, more
for our little town. John On account of the I'an- I
a foul.
y of the most popular store keepers on This has fine,
one of or less. tract a young
nished some fine specimens tropical position, the Seaboard Air Line RailwayIs
the East Coast. Our Mr. Frink Is receivIng --- (11(1) .
business grove of COO or trees.No
plants W. T. Wells and other selling tickets from station on Its
WHAT TWO CENTS WILL DO.-It goods by the oar load, and proposes men'of the town furnished funds and Chambers was calling on Mosdames. lines to Buffalo at very low excursion 6. Begin at Southeast corner of
Kill bring relief to sufferer from asthmar to make his store second to none. If he and .Hughes, Hall and A. L. Bruner offers the choiceof
W. R. Campbell managed collecting rates. This company lot now, or formerly owned by J. L. llar- l!
consumption, even In the worst cases. will advertise In the ADVOCATE, we predict forwarding the plants. Friday afternoon. two routes, with the fastest led most risen thence run South across Elbow.

This Is about what onedose of Foley's for him unqualified success.Dr. : Coons possums aid rats are playing convenient schedules ever creek to North boundary of land belong i

'loney and Tar costs. Isn't it worth a J..T.; Daniel will be In Jensen, this Jas. G. Amhert, of Delia, 0., writes: havoc with the pineapples and water. Buffalo either via all rail route trough ing. to Wm. Treutler, thence East alone rd

rial B. R. Wilson & Son. week Saturday, prepared to give pleasure "I had an obstinate sore on my face which melons here. Ralph Laugfalln caught/ a Richmond and Washington, or through Ji Section line which Is the North bound

to his many patients, by pulling their everything else failed to heal. After one large coon In his steel trap Friday night Portsmouth and Norfolk; thence a delightful ary of Wm. 'frelltJer'.land to North bankof

teeth, filing, sawing and sand-papering application of Banner Salve It began to I so there Is one less to !get Into mischief sea trip to the east, where connections Elbow creek thence West along bankof
Fort Pierce.Dr. and asking, with a smile, If they feel It heal and after three applications it was and do damage. are made with the great Trunk said creek to point of beginning/ being. I

Does anyone really enjoy a visit to the healed leaving no scar. Wilson: Son. I Lines direct to the Rainbow City These In Section 21, Township 27 South, Range
C. P. Platte left for St. dentist But If the work must be done, George; Carter bad quite an experience routes are positively. the most convenient 87 East. '1'hllllaod Is covered with the ,
\ Sunday nobody can ezcell Dr. Daniel with his Mark with a rattlesnake on Saturday. It came and attractive to Buffalo rod It will watets of the creek

ugustlne.Jas. fifty years experience. She Did'iit very near biting Miss )QaggleCarter, and Interest and benefit you to call on the No. 0. Part of sub-til vision of Iot 91.
E. Andrews of Eden spent Tues- succeeded In biting George's valuable Seaboard Air Line Railway agents before f
The mosquitoes here are making nuisances But her beauty was completely hidden Houston's addition to Eau ( alii., cornerof
- In dog, which soon died, but George I. a for
pay town. completing arrangement your trip.
of themselves, puncturing bicycle by sores, blotches. and pimples till 'she little feUow and Houston street and street through the t
plucky finally dispatched
Mr. Oloott, of Ten Mlle Creek Is in tires, and In many other ways. They we i used Buckled' Arnica Salve. Then they hi. snakesbip which was a big one. !touch addition fronting 105 filet on
1 own for a few dajs. so large that a great many of them weigh vanished as will all eruptions,fever sores, Notice Houston street.

a pound, and so ferocious are they that I. bolls, ulcers, carbuncles and felons from Mr. Baldwin shipped ninety-six: crates Xo. 7. Commence about 0 chains 3,*
). Pineapples are still going forward and they climb up the trees and bark. We Its ure. Infallible for oats, corns, burns, dotter last week and expects: to MOTION IT U ORDERED THAT ITKDRR links West from Northeast corner of

cad returns coming In. see by the'X. Y. Herald that they are to I scalds and piles. Cure guaranteed. 25cts this week. Dr. Chambers: H. OV authority irantad by Chaptsr4EU. 'i'f Section 20, on Section line between Sections

Mr. and Mrs. RIcou of Jensen, were be exiled from New Jersey, and we at B. 1(. Wilson *: Son's. K. Hughes J. W. and A. L. Bruner are KlorKIa: if County of 1 rev.id : I 17 and 20, run We.t9chaln.13l1nka..

peasant visitors In town Tuesday.Mrs. think steps should be taken to banish all busy with their pineapples, picking, Ann dealer hereby.. follow Impose t an occupation tax on nab I thence South 10 chains 84 links, thence

them from fair Florida. packing, shipping and rating quantitiesof No paraon shall enuapa la or manage the bn.l.n. South 110 degrees 80 seconds East: chain
McCarty and Mrs. Abdill, of An- Roseland. this most healthful and delicious fruit. .. of a Men dealer ire linv.nl county onlM a to Eau Oallle River, thence follow the ;
ona in this Tues- baa sold out his business license shell hue IMMIII from
[ were shopping town Henry Whipple County iiroourwl
aY. here on account of bis wife's health 1". true we do have a few "varmints In*Vex Collector,which llonnM ball b. l Issued shore of Eau Oallle River la an Easterly
.e sash of the arounnt twraln- direction to a point due South from placeof -
skeeters and rucb truck" occasionally to person on nwwlpt ,
and will go away soon. We are very F. U. White U making preparations to after provided,t4> Mr. T. J. O'Brien returned from a visit and we also have a delightful cool breeze K beginning, thence' north to point of
to part with this Interesting family. clear land on the peninsula for winter t*. ity-flv cents for Men Hum, and
Ith her parents at Fort Drum last Sun- sorry. Mr. Whlpplo Is a genial, whole gardening. e..erydaY', fresh, new and clean.Just fromoft' hall be lifuwt, by tlw Tax Colbntor' and County: beginning, containing (0 acres more or
ay. and good neighbor the ocean. It smells good and tastes J.d.baIJ? > have Ute County Judge' seal less, and known as the Kitchell place I :
souled gentleman / -
.
.. Sand Hies are still here In fall force. which Is really the highest'praise that The bridge carpenters have been In- refreshing. Such a contrast to the kill- upon Ic.riab dealer wfco desire to nea the product of No. 8. NE) of Section 28, Township

bey greet as warmly and refuse to be can be given to anyone In a small com, creased to about fifteen men, and workIs ing sweltering, smothering heated atmosphere (Ira or lam nata shall nay: tan of Taa IMillara I | : 37 South, Range 37 East containing IOe) )
Ignored. Mrs. Wbipple will be missed I now progressing rapidly.W. of the northern states and of mora than flra ana mora than tan nets, acres, Jess railroad rightofway.No. .
..
munity. F.If Man Dollar*|of more than and not mora I
In every social function. She Is a charmIng -, P. Underwood agent for the Gray cities. It Is true the sun shines hot sometimes than flftaaa ails,Twenty ....11....;of moo than 0. XW)4 of Section 23, Township
Miss(! '
Mary Summerlln left Monday, hostess and a welcome addition to Marine Engine,. has sold a 2-11. I*. engineto and there Is not always a good fifteen and not f"J: : Twantyriva I 27 South, Range 87 East, containing UO

-or' Oak Hilt She will be greatly. missfrom every social gathering, and one who always J. B.Avery, of Bewails* Point. breeze, but It Is sure to come sometime than Dolan tw.ntyav. | nets Tblrtylolers not mora mora I acres leas railroad rightofway.No. .

our midst doe more than her share In helpIng best during the day, and Is always coot at than twanty-flva and Dot mora than tiny Data, : 10. 4'J: 00-100 acres, less ralIraaJ
of his
has lost
Miss ; for S. 0. Boone one night. We have the best country in the rut Dulles t of mot than Arty Data, One Hundri -
Battle left charitable social
Jones ,
Tuesday, with every enterprise hands a* W. 'L. Bell has gone to Mr.Jones' world to sleep In surely.A Y Dollar: right-of-way, being part of Lot 1 and ef
I ake n to Kentucky. Miss Jones expects to deared themselves to every Edenlte and ition. fUn or In chipping Hah upon eumm/wlonorin South, Range 87 East, known aa J. L.
turn here in the fall. We wish her a we hope they will keep within visiting Deep ystory. ablpplaar. flah flan dwkve.It eon(hi. by smploaas,tall. be oonlilarad Stewart placesNn

>n voyage and a safe return. distance. Alarm. I. farther CIFd.racllhat any person, flrm or . 11. Lota 17 and 18, block 4, Town
Tot Cause Night It I. a mystery why women endure eorporatlon aneairad In the bualnaea of .Unr.hterloK '
Mrs J..T. Lane, Mrs. Burke and Mrs.ethnMile ""ul.w..., sheep or other aalmale. shall of Kan Oallle.
ffI jre Creek Saturday, John Tipple, Cole ton. O.,says:"Foley'of "On night my brother's baby was backache, headache nervousness, sleep. pay UM County an occupation. tax of jriftaanIMMlare No. 12. Lot 1, block, Town of Eau i iOa111e.
nd part of Sunday Honey and Tar cored my little girl" a taken with ioop.." writes Mrs. J. O. tessneM, melancholy fainting and dizzy par annum for each, abuurbtar' pen orboaaa Quit claim deed for this only- +",
I and Inflamed tonsils. B. at wbleh MId bnalnaaa la conduct bal
with their severe cough Snider of Crittenden Ky.. "It seemed It spells when have proved that I '
husbands their'
temporary herein aball be bald' held under Tax: Title.
to
notblnv impose a tax upon
Bachelor quarters. The ladles say they R. Wilson *: Son. would strangle before we could get a Klectrio Bitters will quickly core saeb .\aU< I were royally entertained at the as doctor so we gave It Dr. King' New trouble "I suffered for years with kidney The taxaa ahova lmpn-d .helll'l fume effect For price* and terms address
camp Old Soldier's" bp4llrlenee.! Discovery, which gave quick relief and trouble," writes Mrs.Pb beCberley. October lit. Ian, and remain In force until r*> JOHN HENRY }
i only In the
one can be treated ia camp
tba Board.
parts by .
Executor Estate of Wra. Treutler/deo'd.
woods. The Lane twins enjoyed a fine M. M. Austin a civil war veteran of permanently cured It. We always keepit of Peterson, la."and a lame back pained This order shall be published with as lithe. ...-
I dip in the creek. Winchester Ini. writes: "My wife was In the house to protect oar children m* so I could not dress myself but El_ lay aa may ... In two p.pen pabllebad In lira Tltusvllle, Florida. ci
It trio Bitters cared and al- ._ vardConAty, once aaok wek for
and cough. wholly
doctor's from whooping may ,
of creep 1st
In good
time
sick; a long spite I Ct.Ct. f four eonna uUva ......
I Science Iscaused treatment, but.... wholly cored by' Dr.KIDif' eared me of a chrome bronchial trouble though 73 years old, I now am able to do I ftoal.l reseed la open ewaalon at UMt a- A. an advertising medium, no
A has found that rheumatism would relieve." all housework." It _' the East Coast beat the ;
New Life pills, which worked that no other remedy my overcome con IIoarcIlbl..tI day of Jot" 1901. paper on can
t by uric acid in the blood. This health." alwaysdo. Infallible for.coughs, colds, throat and stipation. Improves appetite, give.per. JOHN R. WaLRKR.. ADTOOATX. Olve as a trial adv..'
They
for her
j x>lion should excreted by the kidneys. wonders. Try them. Only 2.'Scta at B. R. lung troubles. OOcts and $1. Trial betties fee health. Only OOcts at B. K. Wilson ".....Chairman h Board County Comanlaeiooar*. and be convinced of the pink paper1. d
Foley's them
1 well. Kidney Cure always Wilson make A: Son. Wilson: Son' drag store. free at B. B. Wilson SoD'.. & Son' drag store. A. A. arXWABT: Ctork. worth. i1 1

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a.". Let me repeat cultivation.. ;

Two hundred bushels of potatoes low cultivation wltb proper spraying e _S v feJJJg Pan-American ExposiJLe !

Is-tbe essential In apple culture. The 1
remove eighty pounds
r>est fertilizer Is cultivation oC. some .

; of"actual"Potashfromthesoil. kind-A'Kew Jersey' Orcbardlst BUFFALO, N. Y.


\ Unless this quantity The*Krr PI._. TRAINS May 1 1st to November
|
is returned to the soil, Of the Kcrr: plum F. S. Earle of Ala- DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE t.'

\] the following crop will bama plum says whose: This valuable Is a qualities remarkably seem good to

materially decrease. have been overlooked by nurserymen / % f c44 The Seaboard Air Line Railway

:-' and orcbardlsts. It Is the, earliest of *
a We have boob lolling about our really good plums" ripening here '
}'" : composition, u,e and "al... offortlliien about the first of June.' It la large rich, Qffers low Excursion Rates from all Florida points. Tickets on sale daily.
for variou .
C
,dgt; F+'"... Ihey are sent .free.t .cropse yellow wltb firm flesh of high quality 4 r T Rates from JACKSONVILLE $42.30 aDd $-I2.M; TITUSVILLE $51.05 ton: ?

r.I'-! :. .. GERMAN KALI WORKS, It blooms rather late, and the* tree Is a r yq cF ponding low rates from other points.
It Is r
good grower. strongly recommend.
{3 Nauru St* ed for "both home use and market. Double dally service, Including Sunday, via RICHMOND and WASHINGTON': I
Mew York.. write...
.
For further information ]
On the other hand, a northern grower

P has pronounced It "fit( only for the A. O. MACDONELL Asst. GOD; Pass. Agt Jacksonville, Florid

brush heap." You "pays your money - -- - ---- _
---- -- ---
and takes your choice."

. Dixie Flyer Route . .

Cover Crop la Peach Orchard.
V When a system of tlllaps Is followed Double dally trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET CARS,

to the orchard at the last cultivation -Through without change-

gay the middle of July the cover crop JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. LOt IS

ought to be sown. The trees have -Clolo connections made In Union Depots, for-

completed most of their growth by this Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and aU points! West' nd Northwest

Free and time and do not require as much plant . Tri-Weckly Sailings.. . Be sure that your ticket reads via -

Accented Masons. rood as earlier In the season so that WESTERN; ATLANTIC RAILROAD and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA: ,
taken by the growing catch crops will BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. |

seldom! be required by the trees If they For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...

have bad an abundant supply earlierin 'at Charleston, T. M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville Fla.
Indian No. 00Titusvllle the C. E. HARMAN, Gen.. Pass. Agt. H. F. SMITH Traffic Manager
season. FineCalling the Coastwise '
d The p in Service Atlanta, G!,. Nahvllle, Tenn.

River'' R.. .../ 8..1_

Lodge. Florida. Head buck the( young canes!' of raspberries The Clyde New England 'and Southern Lines.
and blackberries to throe feet ?STEM.The
Holds Its meeting the senond and fourth Krl- Direct benrlce: Between PLANT
day of each month a' the lat Armory, TlhirrfleM anti the laterals also when they get .

(Jeo. W.7:00 Hoobfe.o'clock Wornhlpfnl p. m. Muter. longer. They may lx pinched with the Jacksonville, Boston ,Providence and all Eastern Points..
J. R. Walker tlenlor Wardan.O. thumb: nail unit, Anger In a ,small.patch.
B. 'Sohnjtler.Junlor Warden.J. but this makes the (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
M.Klxon, fr saurer.P HMin fingers sor& s :Mi-wlcEtLY SAILINGS Great Through Car Line. om.Florida.': -Connections:

.'A. \lorlC'llo: !Iee..a!')'. and where flier'*> art many bushes to'goover I"kmthbound....................... .....r...... .,..... .......... .from Lewi Wharf llcmton I via !
( J.J.:L.A.:dirrutliera Hughes, ,Chaplain.I, mnlor I Deacon. It Is better to use a pair of shearsor 'Northbound..... .......... ........'.. . ............ from loot of Catherine Street Jacksonville To the East? via and all Washington.rail. The Atlaptto The; Southern Coast Railway Line via Charleston Savannah, Richmond ColumbU j
W. M. WtXMlwurd,Junior Deacon. a sharp lckle.+-Bailey.M .
d J. II. $nrevun, Senior Steward. and Washington.

C.R.H..11:. Mlmii Walton jr.Junior, Tyler.rXTOfraapePs.Bteward. ehr*.*B flrowlaat. Clyde St. Johns River Line.DeBary To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup Atlanta and Chattanoogo. That* I

Although I.uy'onwith a good dry ( Line.) K, via Montgomery.; The Southern R'y via Savannah Columbia |

cellar or outhouse who Is within reachof BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. and Asheville. The M .I: 0 R'y via ..Montgomery.

W = a horse stable ran grow. mu brpolIIlJ. topping,at Palatka,Astor St. Francis, Hararord. (DeLand), Blue.. Spring and intermediate land To the f East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
tll. t.Johu' Klv
lag on r.
yet' those who would find most pleasure Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah: and Merchants *: Mioen
and In STEAMER "II. O. DAY. Transportation Company for Baltimore.To .
profit raising them suburban
CAW, W. A. SHAW.
Key West and Havana, via Port Tampa and Peninsular; Occidental Steamship
and rural peoples-farmers, truckers Leave foot Catherine street,Jacksonville B TO and Saturday
: p. m. Tuesdays Edwards via Boston and Canada
Breton and Prince Island
To Nova ,,
Scotia Cape
lorlsts-In fr.-t, any one living at o: Leave Banford 8:00 a. m, Knterprlne: Sao a.in.MondalsaudThursday..
and Charlottestovn.OIO3BC.3ISTS
\ Halifax .
Atlantic and Plant Steamship for Hawkesbury
near a place w here horses are kept.
. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
. 5UMMElR: 'TOURx :

BALCONY PLANTS The Same Old Story.J. A.C.HAOKRTY, Kaafn P..... Agt., .. ..; M.IRON: MONnKR,JB., Fla. .1'.... Aft,, will be on sale at all points on the PLANT SYSTEM to the principal Mountain,

" Large Follage Pla.... C..... ... lar A.that Kelly relates an experience slml- THO8. D. HALEY Local 19 State Fre. :St., New;. York (IC. P. 204!: .Went.' Aunt.Hey Fla.8t Supt.....lackionvlllerKla.LOVKI.I. . Lake and Seaside Resorts throughout the country ,until September :'M, inclusive,
IIr"r.DIf.. Are ISrleetlve. to which happened In almost lout lioganStJacksonvilleFla. Foot Hojran i.t., .farkiionvillerFa.] limited to return until October :31. -
'.t ; every neighborhood In the United States: JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent Font Hogan 8t...lavkHonvllif. Fla. Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO, N. Y., account Pan-American Exposition,
The floral decoration 'of the balcony cud has been told and re-told by tbous- T1IKO. O. KOKK, General Manaicer. WM. P CLYPItt... General Agent to visit Niagara Falls
1 la a growing custom, and truly "bang- ands of others.. He "Last Cliesebrougb Building State St.,Opposite Battery Park, New York. enabling passengers
says : summer Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup
1ng gimleus" are refrfublnf to the Blelit I had an attack of dysentery and purchased C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvllle, Fla. plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

of city dwellers. Vines for this me a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera .. .
purpogo
will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern State to
without Haying but there are other and Dlan e Kennedy, which I used all FLORIDA RESORTS via the, Plant System, during the season of 1900.11,limIted .
according to directions and with
plant which may be added to give distinction entirelysatisfacto.y to return until May 31st, wltb liberal stopover prlvledges) in Florida.

I i to balcony, porch or piazza. controlled much results Quicker The than trouble former was attacks Florida East Coast Ry. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup

: Large foliage plants such as Klclnuagrlbfionl when I used other remedies." Mr. plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.

,,1 (the bronze castor oil. Japanese Kelly Is a well known citizen of Hender F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agent.

maize and palms are some of these. son, K. C. For sale by all druggists and Time Table No. 810 Effect July 7, 1OO1. 133 West Bay St., Actor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
while other*foliage plants producing. medicine dealers.,
.
,j'"' too handsome flowers are also desira SOUTH BOUND (Read Down.) .(Read Up) NORTH BOUND. B. vV. W re n n Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga.

I ble.For Bad at Good tart, g 0 9, o. 1).1M o.B:! mO W. B. DEN HAM, General Superintendent Savannah, Ga.

i :- the central group or those arranged Two colored men on a late Long ,;C d Daily Daily 8TATIONS. Daily Daily ; ,

j j'I.t opposite the windows, cnnnnr. street car were congratulating; one an E( .x Q q 1U6pir tv..Jacksonvill-e....... .Tr 'tu l IOIIOa f:
i are very effective, for their foliage I.r In other. The last to talk was newly P"1 ..,; r. 52Up: 11 lot .. .. ..... 101.. AUKulltln. ........L".. 6 IiOP Slaw S ...'
). fQ CIS (>, 6611" 1I..a M ....... Hutlnlr1O. .. ....... 6 Hp II lila q" C'D .en
handsome and while their ..
!r distinct wedded. 0.... b SI0p11tip .........East Pamtk.... ...,.. /Sap SV.a H
t glowing bloHsomn In crimson and gold "Sam 1 understands youse m tookln en sI:: 0 a 84/jI> 19 SUp ...... ... .. N..Ir.. ....... ...... hip 12fW \ oj'
r d a fn r 11'4> it 621): "...... ... ,..Bunn..U. ....... .... 407p' Ilia .0. Oa
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make fine dlxplny of color. The dwarf unto youseself a new woman?' said ..... 7UBp19tsp"1 \ .......... ...1Iu1'On'...... ,..... 4U11p 707. e 0
large flowered (cnnnas such as Queen Mr. Johnston."I'll -2; B iWb 1211\ ..... ... . Ormond........... SlIUp 8119a pF : Southern.Iwa
0.. GI hip I IIIp :: .. .. .D.rtona......... ... : e7Lp 029a en PI
1 Charlotte Egetidalo and Hypollte FlnuWHITS kanfess I're guilty meekly responded I_ ::! GIz.: 80.:!)> I..p "......,Port Orange ...... .. 812p> Stow ; .,y s. CAW .
Sam. his countenance covered 0 .p 8261' 2W11' .........N.w Smyrna! ..... !!" t tap 80Ua ... H
I r i ifl ir u .... .. 1I1JOp .. :.. .Oak Hili......... M 1I00p ...... ter4
with a broad grin. ,.q +5. . '": 800p .,..,...+.T.t."Ule.....,..".. IMp .. ... a Ca.
r ; "Did you all get a good start?"" ., -GI v 6161 'f... Cocoa ....... ...... JIf1' ... ... y ._..... b
.'y... .a C cd II p" .....Rncklwlee., .nctlon.... f hip ......
8am was apparently very' anxious to 0 be oD 11ep .. ... .. .J".11" HaJJio .. .. ... .. 12 411p .. . tin. ac -
answer bin question and to a much fn tq fDc 4n:! ........ M..lb..lrBe... ........ 14b7pi 1 ...," y ('eR toI R.aj
0 1\(11\\1" ... ... I."tlan.... .... .. 116.a'., .,., 0 toH
louder one said: =- .: "1S 6.ull ." .. ....... .. tit. L\101....... . . 1111.. .... _:j
. "WelU should say' 1 did get a good fn cd .. .... 8Ui p" "........Fortpl......... ... .. .. iitaa.... '::! 'O ......
q C) fn = 824p .. ....... ..Tlbbsls... .. ...... lu tile .. .:. p' _
tart. I got an old woman wid elel>en cd ; 0 82.p .r.. Eden .I0itta .. .... .... 'U ......
little pickaninnies. o GI .r; "lIlSp ...: 'J ho 2a..1, t:1p
sq: v '" .... 6411p 'J .. ..... ... tltl1a...... .. ... I I.1; ..... . CAv. :
i iI' Everybody who beard the remark cd U .. 71p'w ... .......Kobtt1nd. .' 941'a.' .. ... n11 DIRECT L.IISB-QUICK TIME TOW.1sblng.on.
if f was satisfied Sam bad really a good 71/1\p ....... ..We.t Sapper.. .. II:tal... ... OO _
..tti. ftq JQ: Cd" 7671).West Palm B a4>h., .. ... OWa..V\ ... q" ...... Baltimore PWladclpDU,
itaru -Columbus (O.I Dispatch. all gt GI 0' ". 821p .. ...... ...Boyato..... .. .. ... Ages, ....... .ft,.).. txf_: y neW York
cd q ... .Velray. ... > .., .. en EWC480. Cincinnati.
1>a -C.G 0 916p ....:..Fort Lauderdale.. ... . .. 7atr .:... (=I) Cculjpliic:
Birmingham
Tkoa L vlaa> Ulrle." '" 9671 .. .. .. . .. .... :. 6a..l. .. .. : foliutr't Atlanta
' "Ob. yes," said the brunette was T .. 1 .00"1' . .... .LeMtilty....... ...Lv 11411I... ... yf .Chattanooga, imupbl $'. Louis Kansas flty.

p" .im>RAN
; '. drln are the bent for t h.. '(>11 rpo"f', but blue gauze scarf. She knows I look a N..2 N.. ' o.l u..o. b nW o.18 No.' No.22 'ort.
\ f. the dark bronze foliage of Dlhorellljiurpurea 'right In blue but the scarf Is lovely DaIlrDally; 1I Iy'DaIl! flatly :MAVPORT BRANOH. Daily Dally Dally Dall, D"II, a LINC'APP'

,. wltb brilliant crimson flowers 1 and Just the thing she wants to wear YnUp tlWp 8x.lSu.BIU1. 2W11Ui i r.w; . ,.... a" "onviiln .Ar /e..8u iWa''T4Xi i'f Ilp 6 NO OTHER RDS'SB VICE U1KK THUll

.. and the'cnnary yellow I>!O HOIUH of over burr yellow' hair. I'm not going 11611"I Bb9p 6USp. 20ap IUIIa: ..'. .. .."80. .JaokHonYillo.. ,. } 8 IIi" 126'20; II. THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA. EXPRESSAND
1\JIl'\ : 7ljjp .P..blo&'h..... ... 1I000.aUlOJ .L
Austria borne on taller stems, make a to leave It around where she can bor- 14..pIlUII. .L.I..J :
IU"6". 7ft1p: .1..1 :l4ilI.I1\J .. .. .. ..A&I.lIt.o. Jftch. filM' 1l16p: 6 U6
grand show also behind the rest., row It. though. I'll keep It safely until ,iIoo, 7711, Soup ii 2it ...........,......,,_........... 71' i'nm ... THE U. S.' FAST' ,,MAILTo

r with these richly colored plants a ber birthday nest month when I No.61T5n..T4S" <>.&JiNo.61No.-BN, ; .47DallyDaily ,:..... the: Baat: and North.
,", few hydrangeas may be grouped.. The will have It dyed scarlet for Her,"- Da11y Unii. Dally.! Dally PALATKA BRANCH_ Daily. 'Dal yiDniir\ OHilyDa.'iiyDailltt] |
white hydrangea la one of the 'very New York Mall and Express.There 4J11p: 4:.'V,II IL\a 7 11M L v. .Pal"l k.. .. .Ar 1 1 _!| 9 KM'i: ;i ti l '
71 : ltd Ar..Ea Pslatks..t.v 7 I.n'
best being compact and highly Coniferous e96pLllp ,1 1IlIR 7BAa_ _. BMrc12utnliam:- guipl AlApLT.
N l7.B7No.4n? the: Wvat: and ISortH: .VV_t.:
blooming even In a tiny pot during Is longer; a exol1 e. for any. DRlIl'ID I BAN: MATEO BRANCH |,IUn111hNtlly .

i. Its fret year.Hydrangeas. one to endure the' torture indicted by . .. .. . RaxlT Pnlatka.Matvo . Ar rof7Wp! The line through "The Land of,the Sky," Asheville; Hot
; ore most accounuedntlng piles when Tabler's'Uuckeye Pile Ointment 7Ui1pl'lU8 1 Ar. ..... . .......... ... .. . "S5n -! .. .... . .. t.. I 646, TThosa 11p Sprl"gs"N..C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the
plants, only shift Into will cure them a remedy modcr- N 2Na: : 1 : all: .
requiring a a so o tlNo l : u N..IJ: World. 'Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville t*
ate in anlho elYecl DaU"IDally BRl"NOK ,Dally Dally Dilly 8ANFORD BRANCII.
pot two Inches larger In dlnmeter after price, he. 'rice ftOots. 1)"lIyx.Mu
bottles. .Nu : .ex.Nq eflu_ 1FtNn ExNu8gqtl Asheville and Hot Springs North Carolina.
blooming unless of large size, and n Tubes, 73; cents. Wilson: Sou. To vt .; ewe mr-y n i..Ar 1i 6piup U6s Lv. ....... ..T\tll""m.\ . ... .. ,Ar ip811p11ha
rich top dressing just as they start Into ...Lake HelenLv Ilap J 71a.! ... .... . Mime . . ...,.....Lv lOop Ctwlce
l UNREALITY. 8 CWlp tt Olht .' ...Oranlr.lJlt,... .. 100p 421p 8111.o.. .. ... .. . .Otot..n.... . .. .. .. ll6da of Routtt to Pan-Rmeriean exposition, Buffalo, n. V.
growth In the!' prlul{. OranloClr'Jo. 81\ a" ....... .ltnterprit.e... . .. ... .. 1I11t...
j An abundance of water and biweekly Oh, an Imltittoa dollar very often .pant fine, .000Itl46nAr. 1U11Pl4UP III1lIa lor .. .... <.nlnrrl.. . .. .... 11 lJUr, Thro gh \\it.buled Trains, Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars, Through

10;' supplies, of soot water should be And they |'veI, Imitation .In our foodacuffi< Coaches. Excellent Dttilog Car Service. .
Time Tablm show the time at which trains may bn exnoatail to arrive and depart
i given directly the plants begin to grow. when w. dlntt' from the aHveral. ot.fl..na. but their arrival, or departure at the ttn .>" *t..te ,I In fact when In (lower they can scarcely A" Imitation "btttutjr. win an Imitation Blah; nnr tines the Coin any hold 'itself roiponMlbte for any delay' or any eouauqnence arinif Through Trains via the i-outhtrn Railway are Operated in Connection with
You mvct all klwU' Imitation .
except purhapt. *n .tkerefrom
) have too much water and any fall- lie. the Plant System from Jackson*llle.

ore In the supply will cause the floral PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL
( There I I. 'Imitation laughter that conceals a bitter For Rates.8ob..dul..> and Information,call on or address
bracts which are naturally of snowy
whiteness' to turn brown, thus spoilingthe And Imitation sneer pathoi bring!*.. an Imitation tear, STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. W. T. COS BY,Trailing! Pafil-og.,Agent, 108 W,Bay 8i JACKSONVILLE:,FLA.

t' beauty of the plant.A And> certain. amber. cynics iomotlni trll ua that BETWEEN MIAMA 'KEY WEST AND HAVANA. 8 U. JI ARD\VIK General Passenger Agi.,> W.O.TAYLOE, AMI.G.n.Fa... AI'!
special point In the cultivation of \they awa WASHINUTON, D. O. ATLANTA, GA.
!,. imitation Jim Ice with an Imitation law.Jttlme Leave !Miami'Mondnvo and Frlibtya 1100 pm 'Leave. Havana Weds! and 8itfnrdu.ya..ll DO amA
: these dower Is that they should stand .irrite Key W..HtTuet.anil Hntur.lny 8 a>pm Arrive Ki-y Went. We U. and H"t.. 7 On pm April 35th, 1901.MALLORY.
all the summer after blooming In the > > "'h.n.ou are gloomy' and you look Into I...avu Kv Watt Toes. and bHtttnlaya Bi,It<) pm Leave Key west Thus and Sun*. . 1 8U pin
the *ter* Arrive Hitvnnn W dn. soil MonUayH SDOnm Arrive Minml Frlditya and Monduy 6 00 am
full siinali'ne! to ripen their wood for
f And hear the wixe! ones hinting that there may be For co-iv of local time oard address any Agent.
without this they do not bloom well.
men In liar
'. You wonder. where tha planet Ie. of. ilniple honest J. D. RAHNER.. A..t. O..n. .P..*... An..nt. ST' AUGUSTINE. FLA - -- ---
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orth.
( The Low llratled Tr.. and the Hog1. STEAMSHIP LINE.
That turnlihea, the pattern tor this imitation
The low headed tree bears earlier. earth.

r The fruit Is ender gathered.I The Wmhlngton Poet.DOCTORS THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE Florida, New York,

fallen fruit does not bruise so- much. and Boston.
r Philadelphia
The onl, ,way to cultivate I low branched I Patented the United States Great Britain and Canada, ,, From tyrnnawlck direct), to New York.
tree la by the bog. He works for .. .P ,

" his board and always brings the rosy PRICE, $1.(10 and *3.0O EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S. ;I :, .:"" PASSKISOKll. SICK VICE.
apples where!' be Is allowed to root. :
Cultivate we luust. If not by the hog, say Nature"Consumption alone won't can do it.be cured.It needs In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.For \p.Jack", '

then the plow or harrow must he used.No help. Doctors say"Scott's Sale by . . I>. arrival System) arrive Brunswick ll.+i itp.. m. Paesenron t
other fertilizer will take the place Jas. Pritchard & Son at llruunwlc go directly aboard meamer.

of cultivation.* We bare grown the EmulsionIs Southbound, PROPOSED SAILINGS Northb'f.\

past year oa a gravelly soil and not the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.SEE Lv. New York PI..r'l R.: R., S:fOp. m., Standard Time.) ? Lv. Manua'From I
much soil at that nice apples. The best help. But you must TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. ttninewlck Direct to New York.S.S.COLORAD .

dd( the work. The sbwp's foot continue its use even in hot TUB (), ,"" ..,. "............ .
r bogs weather.If --- -- --- ts-ffffjaK&s: ? ;*....... .. ...... ., :."J$8u.
may bring fertility to the farm. In the have it ............ .... ::..-..... ..Frld.,. Jnf.l1J
orchard the!' bog Is.to be preferred. Au you not ft tried .lend for free sample. OFFICE"i Ii 8'('OLORASOE............... .............rnday, July 26 ,
SCOTT BOWNE, Cbcnlata, PRINTING
THE ADVOCATE JOB Tot k ,
: >we rate,reservation and IIInerall'onnatlon.apply to' .J
excess of nitrogenous'manures Is not ,409-41 Pearl Street New York A. W. PYK. Agent", saoW.BaySt.Jaekaot"1'! .
beneficial. It brings! bareness and Sac and Ji.ooj:all druntol v.-- MOS>>. Ayent.: Brnn.wick.ha.
i bllLht, uiilt! ;ss. suppleuivnted .with pot- all kinds. of :7onmorcUl itulonery, Wedding.Stationery, Cards, Bill, Etc. C. H.HA.LLOl1Y.sr Co.,General Agent*.Id. ",,'UoI8I1p. and(88 Broadway,N.V. I,
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'T.-rUSVJLLE. THE HOME GOLD CURE. I LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. '
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Il TT IAN RIVER 30TEL4 A. Incvnlou. Treatment by; Which Drunk ; I.ITHtA.
BILL CROSS AND ard. are living Curd Dally la Spit The Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths SPRINGS,

TITUSVILLE .f Th.m.*,lv.>. No NozIou.I>OM>. GEOHGIA.
HIS PET BEAR.By No"'..k..1ulr of the N.rv.... A IMciXRnt, Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on Southern Railway A commodious -
, INDIAN RIVER, FiMltlv Cure for the Liquor Habit. well built, modern hotel. Klectilo Lights. Steam Meat. Service and .
MILLER. It Is now generally known and under cuisine unexcelled. Mineral Massage, Vapor, Turkish and Nudle Baths.
FLORIDA.J. JOAQUIN stood that drunkenness Is a disease and Natuie's remedy for rheumatism !gout, kidney and nervous troubles High I
''j t- .-.-.-.-.-, not weakness. A body filled with poison, altitude. Dry climate For booklet address JAS. E. HICKEY.

1 When my father settled down at the and nerves completely shattered by per- -, ----. - -- ---------- -- ----'
O., BAST, Proprietor. foot of the Oregon sierras with his lit iodical or constant use of Intoxicating HIGHLANDS, N. C. .
liquors, requires an antidote capable of .
,
tle It was
family long long years ago
neutinlizlng and eradicating this poison,
A The hotel fronts on the 40 miles from eur place to the nearest and destroying the craving for Intoxicants.
4 wide weep of bay(7( milesIn civilized settlement. Sufferers may now cure themselves SATULAH HOUSE HIGHLANDS, N. C.
h r width), formed by the People were very scarce In. those at home without publicity or loss +
'i. Indian River, making It a days and bears were very plenty. We of time from business this wonderful Highlands, N. C., the gem of mountain summer resorts, Is situated on the
delightful summer rem also had wolves, wildcats wild cattle, "HOME GOLD CURE' which has been Blue Ridge, about 4 lob feet above the sea, 7 miles from the point of Inter-
sort. Constant cool perfected after many years of close study section of the boundary lines of North Carolina.
Illau iIDl il i i n n wild hogs and a good many long tailed /South Carolina and Georgia.
" f breezes from the soa and and big headed yellow California lions. and treatment Inebriates. The faithful Highest temperature Indicated by Oov't thermometer In 17 years 870. Ten-
z 1 I I bay. Flowing sulphur The wild cattle, brought there from use according to directions of this wondelful mountain peaks from ",//100 to /0,200:.! feet high, and ten waterfalls from 25 feet
t Gm springs. Special winter discovery Is positively guaranteedto to 80 feet fall, within one mile to eight miles I Irom center of town. Telephone!' j
v t v Spanish Mexico next to the bear were
f L J rates. cure the most obstinate case, no mat- connections and regular lines of hacks with Walhalla. s. C. Correspond for .
most to be feared. They had long ter how hard a drinker. Our records further particulars with I JAMEY ItliEOU1"
sharp horns and keen, sharp hoofs. Nature show the marvelous transformation ot Proprietor
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bad gradually helped theta out thousands of drunkards into sober, Industrious -
JACKSONVILLE.: : In these -weapons of defense. They and upright: men. ULACK: MOUNTAIN, N. C. I
had grown to be slim and trim of body WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS I II! II''
and were as supple and swift as deer. Children cure your fathers! This reme-
dy is In no sense a nostrum but Is a Hotel Mount Mitchell
spe- BLACK MOUNTAIN N. C.
the deadly enemies of all i
They were
DDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite cillo for this disease only, and is so skillfully ,
.wild beasts because all wild beasts
t, .devised and prepared that It Is This three-story hotel has been furnished entirely new throughout, porcelain .
devoured their
young. thoroughly .oluable and pleasant to the bath tubs having been added. The hotel has SO sleeping rooms, line office, ,
e When, fat and saucy In warm summer taste, so that It can be given In a cup of parlor, dining rooms, ball rooms, orchestra of tine music, morning and evenIng -
postofnce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re weather these ('attle'I'ould' hover tea or coffee without the knowledge! of ; la amid beautiful shaded grove, with seven hundred feet of veranda I
'r. novated. Newly furnished along the foothills In' bands, hidingIn the person taking It. Thousands of The tower of hotel being live stories, gives the finest view of mountain scenery I ,
throughout. Liberally conducted . . the hollows, and would begin to drunkards have cured themselves with to be had in the State. Direct Southern/ H'y., and, fifteen miles northof
- Rates $2.50 per day and up. bellow whenever they saw a bear or this priceless remedy, and as many more Ashvllle, N. 0. No liner summer resort in the United States: for healthor I
wolf or even a man or boy If on foot have been cured and made temperate men plea ure. Hotel opens June let Rates $2: per day. Special weekly ratesto
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor by having the cure administered by luv-
I"mlllollllnd
crossing the wide valley of grass and those remaining the whole season. Any Information desired t
friends and relatives without their
Ing address: care Hotel Mount Mitchell, Block Mountain, N. O.
blue camas blossoms. Then there' knowledge.,; In coffee or too, and believe I
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Formerly of Jacksonville, Fla. AI II" N. L. WARD Prop.
West B would be music! Tbey'would start up. that of ,
WESTMORELAND HOTEL to-day they discoptinueddrinking
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. with head and tails In the air, and their own free will. DO NOT WAIT.Do -- ---- -- -- -- -- - - - - -------_---
broadening out left and right they not be deluded by apparent and misleading III<;Npl| :< KSONVILLK. N. C.HENDKRSONVILLK.
Amerlpan and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- would draw a long, bent line, completely 'improvement. Drive out the j.

add ed this season. Fine cooking/ and /good table. Hot and Cold Water shutting off their vlctfui from all disease HOME at GOLD once and CURE"for all la time.sold at The the TIlE WHEELER N, C.

, Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All approach to the foothills. extremely low price of One Dollar tints Henderaonvllle's New Hotel.
If the unfortunate victim were a
street cars pass the door. Rooms 60o, 75o and $1 a day; Rooms and man or boy on toot, be generally made placing more within elfa'ctllaltban\other.reach of everybody costing a treatment Open all the year. Altitude 2,630: feet. The dryest climate In North Carolina
A
II board $2.00 to $2.50 per. day. escape up one of the small ash trees $25 to $ ,O. Full directions\ accompanyeach Golf links. Twenty-dye acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-five
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. that dotted the ,valley in groves here package Special advice by skilled bedrooms. Klootrlo lights. Steam heat Elevator. Tonnls court. Ball rooms.

-- .--- - - and there, And the cattle would then physicians! when! requested without extra Mineral Springs Bath rooms Ten-pin alloys. All modern conveniences.For .
k soon give up the chase. But If It werea charge.: Sent prepaid to any part of the further Information and rates, address
!1 ST. AUGUSTINE. wolf or any''other wild beast that world on receipt of $1. Address Deut.C .
705 EDWIN B GILES *- CO., 2I3KJ2: : ( : BAKDIN A; WHEELER, Proprietors, Hendomonvlllo, N.' C:
the
could not get up a tree case was
pia ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. different. Far away on the other side pondence Market St.strictly, Philadelphia.confidential.All corres- No'consumptives taken. -

I. FLORIDA HOUSE of the valley, where dense woods lined .. -- -- -- -- .. -. --- .. .. -. -- .- :......
'J, The Old City By-the-Sea.
the banks of the winding Willametteriver
This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is the wild, bellowing herd wouldbe cause he (coufdn'K(: and( 'for"the limns HICmiONIVVA.The I
a delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest thatno answered Out from the edge of the reason he wouldn't use a gun. Again, . .\ "
D, other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi woods would stream right and left two let it be written down nlso that the reason '' ,
8, cycling., Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all long, corresponding surging linen, bellowing he was going away that warm autumn I '
modern Improvements. that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Lib- afternoon was that there was Lexlngtors'RICHMONDYA
D, erally conducted. Capacity 2:>0. Summer Rates: $2 to $2.50: per day, $8 to and plunging forward now and work to do. These facts were : Main\( Streets. ,
then their beads to the gad their some
$12 week. For further particulars I
per _
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IJo addressF.. C, IIAYDEN, Manager. tails always In the air and their eyes clear to my kind and Indulgent father, I Ii i American and European plans. .
I aflame as If they would set Ore to the but of course we boys never thought of .
'0Il I long gray grass.-: With* the precisionand It and laid our little shoulders to the American plan $a.fiO\ to $1., European plan $1 and upw rd."..- "'

- PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. discipline of a well ordered army hard work of helping, father lift up the C J. A.. MKUUITT, Caterer. / A. D. ATKINSON"; Proprietor.NI5W I

they would close In upon the wild long, heavy poles that were to completethe .. --. -. -- .
," beast too'terrified to either fight corrul around our pioneer log cabin.an.1 T
now ,
This hotel Is now pen for ROOMS\ ONLY. It Is centrally located, neal YO11K: '
half believed
and
PostofHce Bank and Cathedral. or fly. and. leaping upon him one after we really hoped /

Rooms. loots/ to $1.00 per day; 1.50 to $0.00 per week! another with their loug hoofs, he would that he might bring home a little pet "

V. l,). SANCHEZ Manager. In a little time be crushed Into an unrecognizable bear. Fifth Av aod 15th uti vet, .-
Hotel Kensington ti
mass. .Not a Lone wouldbe This stout log corral had become an
'- left unbroken. It lea mistake to absolute necessity., It was: high and New York ?

...FROSTING:! ON THE PLAZA... suppose that they ever use their long, stroiiif mid made of poles or small logs
ALGONQUIN HOTEL sharp horns In attack These were stood on 1'1\11111 a trench after the fashion Select Family and Translent'IIotol. European !'}RII,
ST AUGUSTINE, .. . FLORIDA. of one In front of the r
used only In defense the same as elk a primitive Restaurant the Btandaul of Excellence ,

Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with or deer falling on the knees and receiving cabin door. Here It was proposed to GKOROE C. HOWE, Proprietor..
comfortable beds. the enemy on their horns much pet up a gate. We alto bad talked .
Rates moderate. as the Old Guard received the enemyIn about portholes In the corners of tbo Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida' hotels i

11 R8. A. S. PELL, Proprietress., the last. terrible struggle at Water- ('orral. but neither gate nor portholeswere - . .-- .. .. .- . _. --
yet made. In fact as said before, SARATOGA H1MCINGS. N. V. .
OltMOND. loo.Bill Cross was a "tenderfoot" at the the serene and Indolent man of the sea .
time of which I write, and a sailor at always slowly walked away down

HOTEL ORMOND BY-TIIK-SEA. that. Now, the old pilgrims who find through the grass toward his untracked EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA, SPRINGS:: N. Y. '
COQUINA East Coast of Florida. dared the plains In those days of '4P, claim whenever there was snytb{ ig ,
when cowards did venture and the said about porthole, posts!! or gates.
not- This beautiful family hotel will\ open for the laths season, under the "me-
Hotel Coquina la situated on a bluff directly overlooking tfio?' ocean.: WhileIt weak died on the way bad not the Father and we three little boys bad management, on June 1st, 101)1) M
offers all the delights of the seashore, it Is only ten minutes' walk, or five greatest respect for the courage or endurance only got the' lust post set and solidly New plumbing\ with the Infest Improvements, has been put In throughout '
minutes by horse car, from the orange groves and palm-shaded walks on the of those who bad reached Ore- "tamped" In the ground as the sun was the entire house, and It has also>.,,,n newly painted and refurnished
banks of the Halifax River. It l I. two miles from the railroad station, being' The hotel soonmniodatr hundred reasonable rates and has
two at )
going down.Suddenly. guests (
gon by ship. But here was this man a .
connected with It by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, groves of lem- '
five hundred
feet of .
sailor down the we heard a yell, then a yelling shady piazza.The
on, orange, and rare tropical fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, by trade settling .In location, opposite Windsor Hotel on South Brondway.'is one of the best
ocean and surf-bathing and fine fishing. The climate is delightful, and Is Interior of Oregon and, strangely then a bellowing. This yelling WAil In Saratoga/ cud, only' one block from! all the principal spilngs. I
beneficial cases of overwork or nervous prostration. enough, pretending to know more about beard In the high grass In the Camas For terms and other partrculars. oI1 ldreH. .. '
Will open about the 1st of June, but will be In a position to take caro of everything general and bears In particular valley below and the bellowing of cat P. )[. SUAHEX. Saratoga Spring*, N y
guests after May 10th. Summer Rates: $2 per day ; $S to $12 per week. than either my father or any of tle came from tlie woody river banks
For further information address, D. B. MATHESON, Ormond, Fla. his boys. far beyond. I -- . . -

He bad taken up apiece of land Then up on the brown bills of the Oregon I
Fishing Nets "
SEABREEZE. down In the pretty Camas valley, sierras above us came the wild .'
where the grass grew long and strong/ answer of the wild black cattle of the I'
and waved In the wind mobile and hills and a moment later right and

BY-THE-SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA. beautiful as the mobile sea. left, the long black lines began to G

The Breakers (City Beautiful.) The good natured and self compla. widenout: then down they came, like '
cent old sailor liked to watch' the waving a whirlwind, toward the I black and '
Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier. grass. It reminded him of the sea, surging line In the grass: below. W4

New and up-ho-date hotel. Accommodating,: guests. Overlooking the I reckon. He would sometimes sit onoor were now almost in the center of what 'I
Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath, singleor little porch as the sun went down would In a little, time be a complete: circle jE-
en suite. F1rst-claa system modern plumbing throughout the entire build :t
and of furious
and tell us boys strange, wild sea stories. cyclone Spanish cat .,
ing. Twenth-elght bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh water ,,
He bad traveled far and seen tie. % '
shower baths.. Life line extending four hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two ;,.
latest Improved life boats for safety to bathers at any possible mishap, and for much, as much a. any man can see on And now here Is something curious. I
deep sea fishing. Special attention will be paid to fishermen and fishing parties water and maybe was not a very big to relate. Our own COW. poor weary, r""
under the personal supervision of manager.. The "Breakers" has been erected liar, for a sailor, after alL The only Immigrant cows of only a yrar-before, GREAT REVOLUTION in FISHING NETS.: ,,
without regard to expense to meet the demands of those who appreciate first- Ihlng about him that we did not like tossed their tails In the air, pawed the CATALOGUE FREE'SEND' FOR ONE. i iTo
class service, and It will be the aim of the management to retain it as such. outside of his chronic Idleness was his ground. bellowed and fairly went wildIn .
SEA FOOD. July 1 1001. Rates $8 to $12 reduce our stock we are compelled to cut'our former prices In two Our catalogue II
SPECIALTY-Opens per exalted opinion of himself and his unconcealed the splendid excitement and tumult
week. Special: to families and parties. Any further Information will be glady contempt for everybody' One touch of nature made the whole will give you present BOTTOM,. PRICES.
furnished upon appplication to G. A. PACETTI, Manager, world kin I
opinion but his own cow
L Furnished cottage to rent in Seabreeze: Fla. clambered The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
"Bill. said my father one day "those Father op on a "buck
connection with hotel. U. L. KOCHERSP-ERGER, Prop. 1
black Spanish cattle will get after that borse" and looked out over the stockade 70.8,-83: E.. Indiana Street.PABLO ._ . Cbioago; I11I0ols. '.
red sash and sailor Jacket of yours and then be shouted and shook his .. I
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EAU'GALLIE. some day when you go down In the valley hat and laughed as Iliad never heard -- - - -- - - ---- --- .--- r '

b to your claim and they won't leavea him laugb before. For there, breathless, BY THE SEA LIVERY t
grease spot Better go horseback or eoatl RII. hatless fame William Cross,
Hotel Granada EAU GALLIE, FLA. at least take a gun when you go down EB On Indian River. next time. small black bear They. were all making Turnouts of all descriptions -, SADDLE HORSES,
"Pshaw! squire I wish I bad as good time anywhere, any way to
The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gal lie,Fla., 102 miles south of Jacksonville many dollar* as I ain't afeard of all the escape the frantic cattle. Father used : IfAGOAGE Transfer,. I ITRArs

on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating bunting and black Pp&ohlbattle In Oregon. Why, to say afterward that "It was nip and .
fishing. Matchless climate. -Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike If they're no blasted dangerous bow did tuck between the fear and bard to say } UAUr.tNG, Etc.

hotel. Rates $2.50 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. your missionaries ever manage to drive which was ahead. The cattle bad SURREYS Wm WILIINSON.
- Open all tb.e&r. Address OLEASON BROS., Eau Gallic, Fla. "round ,
them op here from Mexico: anybowrStilI. made quite a up. r
for all that the very next time They all four straggled In at the narrow LAUDAU8, Proprlo.tor.VICTORrAS + I
TALLAIIASSEE. that be saw the old sailor setting out' little1 gate at Unit the same tlm ,
at his snail pace for his ranch below tbe great big, lazy sailor In a burry for Pablo Beach, n.

slow and Indolent as If on the deck ofa the first time In bis. life. .- ---. --. ..
ST. JAMES Hotel TALLAHASSEE, FLA. ship my father Insisted that he But think of the coolness of the man
should go on horseback or at least take .4 be turned to us children with his T WHITE'S CREAMY
it
Centrally- located. The only brick hotel In the city. The table is suppliedwith a gun. first gasp of breath and said. "Bo-bo- \ ORMS I RII wucE t

the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds. Rates $3: to $3 "Poob..- pooh! I wouldn't be bothered boys,* I've bro-bro-brought you a lit- .. 'X n..uQe.ua.
f per day.* Special by. the week. with a horse or a gun. Ray. I'm goln teo tle bear!" a.
MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop. bring your boys a pet bear some dajr.T The "'Wol,,"" were the little chicken for 20 Y.>Ers alas:: Le II., arm acct less

---- And so. cocking bU little hat down thieves known as coyotes, quit harmless ,.ozva, ;111111r ...z.z. nAu: .z.Ts.tP..p..d .'
ATLANTA. GA. over bis right eye and thrusting his big as a rule so far ss wan Is concerned y--" ..ABtJAMES F. BALLARD SL LOIII
r bands Into b... dn pockets almost to but 1M cattle bated. them, and they
. the elbow., be slowly and lazily whls. were terrified nearly to deatb.
THE KIMBALL HOUSE ATLANTA', GA. tied himself down the gradual slope of The cattle stopped a few rods from
the foothills, waist deep In the waving *the stockade. ,We let the coyotes ..,. JOB =PEtINTINC:
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. grass and delicious wild flowers, and but we kept the little bear and named ,
In the great wsv. him Bill Cross. Yet 1M was never bit
modern lost to sight
Plans. Liberally conducted. All equipments Boon was
American and
European '
cross: despite his name. OF ALL KINDS
StatlenAtlanta a .-
Union log sa.Two'
F Central( location, opposite PUMD.f.e1' ,
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;, High Grade and Popular Hotel For rates, addressg. E. HICKEY: Awn. .ifs things wonUlo't may !rid*' here a .borse.written'- tO- The ADVOCATE doe job printing. ADVOCATE r PRINTING OFFICE.

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FLORIDA visitors who cnn- A FINE LUNCHEON. Bobbins & Graham Co. E. L. :se.: .A..::C m= dZr :aeo:

{, not call at our stores should write for a -DEALERS -,
IN
y Manager J. O East of the Indian River -
n of South Souvenirs.
rF, catalogue Sunny hotel, Titusvllle, gave: a complimentary (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
,
luncheon to his fellow brothers of PAID UP CAPITAL 2300000. ,
UWlo5b: Indian River Lodge, No 90 F. & A. M., We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We and agents for MAPES FER I ,,! '
1 !' In the dinning room of his ltotsl on Fri- This company owns We deal exclusively: the above line of goods and solicit the trade of u :?Bns...
k.. 112 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville; also at day evening, and about thirty were present era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your am !
St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. to partake of the sumptuous fare L 91. N' :CS", E. L. BRADY &: BRO. TITUSVILLE, P, '.
provided. The dining room and table-
: one long one, the length of the room- In the Indian River Country; On the St. S. W. CARROLL, W. E. GOLF! y 'i=

.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, were beautifully decorated with flowers Lucie River; at New River and on Bay
and evergreens, while beautifully orna-
mented latter "0," with square and Biscayne. Prices to suit the times: Carroll & Goldsmith

Brewing Asso's.Famous compass, was suspended over the center Send for Land List. -Dealers In- ,
of the table; and everything wore a
St.Louis Keg and Rob festive appearance. ;The (luncheon very was Offices at Tltusvlllo and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
in excellent ,
gotton up style,and received
tied Been many encomiums of praise from the GEO. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN, Crockery, Glace and Tinware. .. Your Patronage Sol ,led i
Bold by JlfeB.ra. II'.A.. Losley and Smooth Cayenne Suckers.For < worthy brothers\ who had done full justice President. Actuary TITUS VILLE, v FLORIDA.INDIAN .
to the .good and __ ._ ___ _ ._ .. -- __
things provided; -r'--- - -- - --- - -------
R.L. hollow Tituavllle,Via.
Breyard Abstract of Title Co
they tendered Host Jiaat a personal vote '
Immediate
delivery /bets
price
; By Mr. R. L. Motlow, Cocoa, FI... ; of thanks for the manner In which they RIVER ICE FACTORY
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each.J. WILL FURNISHAbstracts
1 were entertained that evening. After
HOWARD
LETOUHNKAU: ,
: 1 f JOSEPH ZAPF tf Eden, Florida the luncheon, several toasts and speecheswere of Title TITUSVILLE,. FLA..
made,'while cigars and wine were Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantty! ..Sacked or loose. Special I

'' ; Sole ,Agent. Plantation For Sale. supplied those ad. libitum to those who partook -FOR LANDS IN_ paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motn..urentlon,
1 of luxuries; and at midnight Brevard County.Office .
I the guests wended their way homewards, T. T. WETMORE, ;Proprietor;

1 010 to 020 West Bay Street, Fifteen acre pineapple plantation. delighted with the way In which they under Law Office of ------- -

iii w JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Three acres improved. About one and had been entertained by Brother Unst- ".GEO!: !t. ROBBINS J.R. WALKEH.!: C. II. SWAIW.
one-half acres In pineapples. River front who was that evening rained to the degree TITDSVII.LIS, . FLA.
Price 110000. Address of Master Mason at Indian River Goods ''It
Ii i -SOLI> IIV- J. S. HMAHP: Lodge No. 110, at their Lodge-room In. Dry Shoes 7 ,
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Tltu v\1Je.\
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Rio, Fla. East Coast Meat Market
F. A. LOSLEY Inter aim, we may remark that at each
; w ------- ------ --- - --- plate a bill of fare was placed so that Furniture

1 4; f AGAINST THE WHITE FLY, guests; could order or partake of what G. F. DUREN, Agent. ,1 y.
t TITUHVILLE, FLA. they preferred.. The bill of fare was ESS:
printed as follows: ='
o i Notions and Millinery '
i The Board of Supervises of Los pa
COMPLIMENTARY LUNOU' EON.: :' -- vl
Angeles county, California, have adopted To Indian' Klvor Lodge, No. M), 11'.& A. M. cr.oc + .
an ordinance for the protection of the Tltimvllla, Florida. ::> w New Goods at close prices. o
horticultural Interests of their section. Indian. River Hotel Friday.July 12, 1901.liy .
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J, O Rant Manager,
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YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
It directed\ particularly against! two -Menu' tnavllad u! aFs.:
dangerous the white 3 A ,I
pent fly
(aleyrodes Cribs. Water Cress -
cltri) phylloxera of the vine, the former Cold Roast. Turkey. Cold lolled Ham. .-rE' John R.. Walker & Co.
belnga native of the Southern BtulTud Olives. Applo Bailee.
States
Pepper Haxh. TITUSVILLE FLA.Special. ? "
particularly Louisiana, .and the Jitter Chicken Balnd. Potato Salad.. __
prevalent north of San Lultt Obispo, Kern Smoked. Ox Tongue. ==:I' C
and.San Bernardino counties. 1'lokled Cm' innliers. Tomato Catsup.Wocenwrnhlre .
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8noe.Tobanco -
The ordinance In substance Is as follows Sauce.. English Mustard. C:
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: "No person or persons, firm or Shoed Plne"I'l'le TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Attention !
h ( LM ,9BlgWt coiporatlonshall bring, or cause to be Green Apple Pie. Cream Cbeese. .
/ M a W brought! into the county of Los Angelesany Roman Fruit Punch.
T gyp"gyp"It vines plants, trees, buds, shrubs or Claret Cup. Mocha Coffee. Rhine Wine. 7GIVEN
TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
J:4 cuttings! without giving: written notice of .EI 1 Perfecto Kesago Cigars. J
t their arrival within twenty-four hours I r
t It t thereafter to the Horticultural Commissioners Hardware, Tinware Crockery, Glassware, |
THE COURTS AGAIN.
IN
: w ,ls ,{ w GIN eYlb4hb la' of this county, onto the local Inspector
x + of the dlstilot Into which the Harness and Stoves. r
same are brought; nor shall the same be The famous J, Fleur de Luce stock of
,
moved from the place of their destination cattle seems to be doomed to constant
until they have been/ thoroughly! In- litigation. The Injunction suit of two : JBF"Our. Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly. n

spected. years afro ended in the division of the

; NEAR & TAYLOR "All such Importatlosn shall be plainly stock, which then was estimated to number Jas. Pritchard & Sons
labeled, showing the name of owner, fifteen thousand head, between E. O.
,
agent or shipper ns well as the name of Morgan and his children. Via-s'Sd tiT dTTitusville
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS the grower and the place where the Three weeks ago E. I.. I.esleyobtalned Fostofflce Box 212, ..
plant was grown. an Injunction.against D. L. Alderman,
"If It Is found that him from T Florida.: ;
= any Importationsare of (Kort Pierce, restraining : t
, t, from Florida or Louisiana, or from changing the marks and brands upon
i any other place Infected with the white part of the stock upon whlchLesley held -z tm

H1j" '' Eau Gallia, Fla. fly means, they of shall kerosene at once emulsion.be disinfected During by a tIed.Now mortgage./: The suit was amicably set If Your House Goes up in Smokeand I The Nation's

-- --------.--- _._- this process these Importations shall be Miss Emma Morgan has followed loose tnfng "San Mateo" i
entirely separated from all other plants, with another Injunction against D. L; you every
a Tit: Brc'-Vcry and,the treatment must be repeated every Alderman, restraining him from InterferIng It is you own fault. Best Chartpn I
1 two weeks for the of least with her share of the cattle and
O1O West Hay St Jacksonville space at two :::.:reJ.rO Xxxarcixretxi.00sufficient -fJLt
months. After the expiration of cue praying for appointment of receiver to cover the value of the prop. rail itsLi1orldzL
1 FINE year, If tie plants so treated shall still be to divide1 the remnant of the stock, esti- erty and household effects should be carried e*

Wines Liquors and Cigars. infected with this pest, they shall be mated to number six thousand head. It Rates are not high. The companiesI e
destroyed. In the event of these methods is now proposed that Instead of receiver represent are solvent, reliable and lib
i' I .Anbeueer-Busch Extra Pale on Draught. failing\ to eradicate the disease, the .a trustee be appointed to sell the beef eral. Claims are promptly adjusted. Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with I

,: Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. Board of Horticulture may order more for the debts and divide the stock cattle, Don't neglect to take out a policy. opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cenl j u"
rkce
t 1 stringent means resorted to. between the Aldermans, Carrs and Miss I ?
The beat Service and a pleasant quiet All vines, roots cuttings buds, grafts Emma Morgan, remaining parties In O. S. Sola.u.yl.o3f.TITUSVILLE : price

i ,sesort. JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. and the like Imported from California Interest. Morgan Swain is mentioned FLORIDA. FREE BY MAIL TO ANY)\ Box of 25. . . . . ... . ....$1001 .1

north Luis Obispo of the northern Kern and boundaries San Bernardino of San for R.the H.trus Seymour eablr., of Klhstrnmee, represents "' Correspondence Invited. ADDRESS......J j BOX of M. .. . ..... .. . . . .$i.U/ | lc

Save Your Vegetables counties, or from any other district Infected the complainant and Judge; Gaul- -FOR SALE BY- ""-'V. ::eO LEJ ud
with phylloxera of the. vine, shall den, of Tltusvllle the defendant.-KIsImraee r.7. .,
bo inspectand exposed for at least Gazette. Robt. L. Motlow
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si SAN MATEO FLA.Oa.rd.eanL.
e's twenty-four hours to an atmosphere Mr. Seymour has been In town thisweek ,,
i su. saturated with carbon bl-sulphlde, and in connection with the above Important ,Tltusvllle and Cocoa Fla. -- --- ------ on
resa;$ rN1WtN1J shall thereafter remain for at leant six: cattle cane.

months In the hands of the Importers or' Yesterday, It was decided to :Appoint lfmm rUltPnmn :Field aZwd: : Seed.
''w I until 'pronounced lully cured by the Messrs. I\I. S. Jones, jr., of TUimville;
'1' 0R.TN $ + jilectas wa I Horticultural\ Commissioners. If not Arch Henry. of Port Tierce; and Joe .13Us
Au I : cured at the expiration of one year the Stratton: of KUslmrnee, to divide the remaining -

: whole consignment Is to be destroyed."It stuck of cattle between Alderman Swept clean by the fire of May the 3rd. Have OB band again a Complete po
t.t/t" i ,. 7' shall be unlawful to sell or plant In Carr and Mlnv Emma Morgan, and
']" A Mac this county any vines cuttings! roots, this will end. the litigation which has Stock of Seeds-all kinds for Summer Crops. Write. for prices of Seeds
,
itS t 11 Nrie1 grafts or buds from Louisiana or Florida been going on for' some time pastA .'
r I without first obtaining from the Board for fall planting. Fresh Stock and Poultry Powders. Lambert's Death to i AI

4. of Horticulture a written permit, which or .
1' shall show that such vines. are tree from Hrld -. Seabroei*. tsar h11af[ eN hNgr nuui: Lice, Slug Shot. etc. A few pairs of grown Belgian-Hares at $3 per pair, in,

L A HASELTINE's pt HER these pests and all other' pests." (The IM.W eWM rtY1M.f ,.,,.,.,, full blood. lt.r .
C same ruling Is made with respect to the Letters patent have been granted from f- eu
-- i htoit4 Importation of vines from the northern theufllceof the Secretary of State, TalIaba L. CAMERON The Seed Store M

Protect orchids, gardens, cotton, corn, part of the State.) nee, for li... Incorporation of the f n $ .3.20 125 East Bay 1 m
Street
s tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, and alt\ "A county license of $1\0 per quarter following now Florida company : The JACKSONVILLE, FLA. itor
shall be Imposed upon all Im Peninsular Bridge with -
persons Company, a capital
other fruits and vegetables from the porting any vines shrubs, plants or trees of tJO.l: ,00, to erect bridges within or THE GREATEST: !: DISCOVERY OF THE att.
ravages of Insects without the use of from the Southern States already named without the State of Florida build causeways NINETEENTH CENTURY.!: ESTABLISHED: marl era

poison or spray 'Send tl.CO for sample or from that portion of the State of California and dirt or plank roads for approaches -

t trap by mall.AGENTS. already designated. Applicationfor to the same, keeping the same SMOKEYOUNG'S
I'' WANTED IN EVERY such licenses shall be made to the la repair and collecting such tolls as may M. Lane & Son
; Horticultural Commissioners and shall bo permitted by law. The officers of the MAGIC ,
COUNTY Address, be accompanied by a good and sufficient company areas follows C. C. Post, president ouy:
J. B. BUTTON, Seedsman, bond with two sureties In the sum of ( ; C. A. Uallough, vIco-preitideDt; W. Consumption Catarrh Cough 282 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK. f
Ocala, Fla. $5,000 as a guarantee of the faithful compliance E. Ballougb, I treasurer.' The above wa

h /See local, 1pr notice In another column. "All with violations the terms of this of this law ordinance.shall be bridge will cross at Seabreeze. Asthma and La Grippe Cure. soumern 'ruit.and' Produce o

i j punishable with a fine not to exceed $500
Remember that the EAST COAST or Imprisonment not to exceed sixty days, .Skilled.8url_l O'.on.. The wonderful ancoess that hu liven. obtainedby
I ADVOCATE does all kinds of job both. this great Magic Cure la se abort a time,
printing or
: : Merchazl.ts.51i
wniou Is l shown by the signed. testimonials from Com.m.iSSicze
j' at short notice. Send them an order "This ordinance repeals the act of November Avery difficult surgical operation,calling some of the bent citizens. to Its cures, la. a suf-, : : ::
and be convinced that It Is the plane to 3, 1801, entitled an 'An Ordinance for master skill and delicacy was Select guarantee to those. aulTnring from the ''I SPECIALTIES : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT Stencils,. Cards and our quo 'S
+ have job printing done. I adore! dlmases. They should not fall to try It.
to Promote the Horticultural
Interest performed by Dr. J. K. Ralney, a few It li a purely vegetable compound. I challengethe tatlons furnished "tt l lAL
of Los Angeles County California. days ago, on Lewis Bryant a patient In world to deny that this fa the drat and only on application.
-Please mention the ADVOCATE when ." Alicia-Hospital. Two sections of dead sure cure for Consumption. (;Catarrh Cough, -' 'itu
Asthma and La Grim"' that baa ever been
put '
writing advertisers. The Board of Horticultural Commissioners backbone were removed successfully, It baa CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
before too nubile. never failed In any STENCILS FCKNISHED. re t
I are hlirhlv cleaned with the new and the patient la progressing nicely. I CaN where It hu been tried. Brooking Young's
G r Testimonial. ordinance, which was drawn up by Chief A number of delicate operation have Oraal Magic. Cure the smoke.Roes direct to the [r
Deputy District Attorney Wilbur. and been successfully performed by physicians lungs and destroy all mlcrolws. McCOMB & CO.
r1 and while they acknowledge. that It $1 per package. Trial package 25 cents.
la
{ James C. Wlgnall. Boat Builder, No. 915 of this city In the past, and advanced
I r Warren St., Kensington, Phlladelphla.p rather severe In Its regulations, :yet It Is surgery Is probably no where practiced Sent prepaid. to any part of the U. S. sp aset
conceded by all that an Important crisis with than here. St. Prepared only byHENRYR
J. O. Walton, Esq.. Tltuavllle,. Fla. : greater success .
In the grape and fruit Interest of this Auguatlt.e Record. THOMAS 1DQ :H-oado on
Dear. Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Machines St.
Now s'
'YOr1s
z county is at hand; and that unless these Chemist fc Druggist. La Villa Pharmacy. :
In In
are use boat and
u my shop, Jacksonville '
threatening pests are stamped out of Fla. ado,
t d are utility.regarded It saves as time an Invention and labor of and great Is Istance as fast as they make their appearance ex- Pro.ve..... C.ltai.* Clab. ..Make a Specialty. herem'

fu1 of great service In calking light boats or are not allowed to make their Clyde Steamship Line.
t A where beauty of finish Is desired, and It appearance. at all, the fruit business, of Owing to sickness In the home of Miss
does not. bruise the seams like the old the entire community will be seriously Kate Prttchard, the Progressive Culture Tickets and reservations via the Clyde Beans and Pineapples] t
method of calking. I cheerfully recom- Injured. Club held Its meeting at their room In Steamship Line can be secured of Chas. ,
mend it as well adapted to meet the ordinary The ordinance went Into effect July Indian River hotel, on July 15, 1001. U. Walton at the ADVOCATE office, .TI- twit
} f l requirements of the trade 13, 1001. After social conversation Miss Aline tusvlll oB
4 Yatrrs truly JAS.C. WIOMALL. Brady Invited the members of the clubto Favor us with a part of shipments. nettiiR
Mr. Wlgnall's boat shops are adjoining FROM THE OCALA EVKM1MO STAR meet at her home on July 22nd, and WALTON CALKING TOOL Is one of your f

t t', Cramp's ship-building yards. lie is buildIng -I Of April 1st 1901. meeting adjourned. the best things for boatbuilders and We won't ask you to continue I If others beat Id fl
t I the boats for the men-ot-war that !IllS, M. F, GOLDSMITH. yachtsmen; price $4.(X) and $00each. - u?
were built by Messrs. Cramp &: Co. Secretary. For sale at J... Prltohard A Sou's, ,
dj "1Ye are Indebted to Mr. George Close TUusville, Fla.
By For sale by Jas. Prltohard &: Son. The
41 i for the flneitcabbage and lettuce we have Oldest Established Grain and,Seed HOUM In the State
.;Vlll..
Death Nar Tltu
ever seen grown: In Florida. Mr Close Is
TRAINS. 'A
Wedding Stationery. a man of fine judgment, and one of the TIJUSVILLE'S "e otice

most successful truckers In the State, Yesterday morning, at 10 o'clock Mrs. The following are the times of arrival 72: : : .. .A. ::eOUXS & oc mee
The ADVOCATE having received a nice and he Is as generous and large hearted S. M. Hill, who resided near the Titus and departure of passenger trains to and tile,
i lot of the latest type and stationery, Is .. he Is prosperous." Mr. Close bought: vllle Cemetery,departed this life at the from Titusville:
IIw r 1 now prepared to execute on short notice his seed from the Old Reliable Seedsman age of 6i years. Deceased came here MUTRIIOITJfD GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
Wedding Invitations, Announcements, J. B. Button who handles only the best from Abbeville 8. C., last NovembeR LMVM Ttasvtlle for Miami and ac ids .
p.m.
and Ladles' visiting cards. Give us yourj Seeds' to be had especially adapted to but bad made previous visits to Florida.: InMmMdlat points.woarweoomn. p'a
it orders. Florida and makes a specialty of the She had been 111 about six weeks, and Flour Grits Meal l and Fertilize of
finest strains of Cabbage, Egg Plant, Lettuce succumbed to malaria and bowel trouble Lean Tltn..l1\e\ for Jacksonville ac I M p.... '
!r.r- Reading notice ads. on this page Onion and Tomato Seed. See display I leaving two sons here, and a marriej II aad iBttmwdlaM for Sanford points.Tltiuvllto . e' -iri--IIY W I 112 Ea t Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA. '

;I are the cents per line per week. advertisement In another column. e daughter In Abbeville to mourn her loss. Arrive. .Tltu vtU. from Sanford -- 't T:08':*0 p.m LID Agra for Purina Feed. Warehouses '
on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Spit tusvi

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