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: August 2, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00358
Source Institution: University of Florida
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OL.. aa. NO. so. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY. AUGUST tt, 1QO1. PI1IGE, Bo. ::1:1I'I



LOCAL NEWS ESP Deed blanks sold at this office.Mrs. -Attorney F. J. Webb spent a day oreo -What has become of our Rockledg THE CONTINENTAL HOTEL.. AMONG THE HOTELS. '''i

at Jensen, the first of the week. correspondent this week ? I
-- T. M. Lett and family left here, .

red TopIcH of General Interest Sunday, to join Mr. Lett at West Palm -Mr. E. T.. Brady who has been at -Mr..1.0'8rlen, assistant roadmaste For the first time this season, an ADVOCATE Where to stop along the East Coast- ':. f

Beach. Miami for several weeks, returned here of the F. E. C, Railway, arrived In town reporter spent a few days at the See list of hotels on 7th page .

Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left here on Monday. yesterday.Mrs. Continental hotel, Atlantic Beach, and
THE ADVOCATE The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
1.50 in advance.. Sunday, for Eau Gallie and other points, -Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parrottand family S. J. Field, of Indlanola, has was surprised to find the hotel was en the best hotels In New York city.
per" annum, '. aud returned on Tuesday. are still sojourning at the. Continent been In town this week, visiting her sister tertalnl nif about 220 JCuests, It lresenteelquite
1.00 Biz: months, al hotel, Atlantic Beach. Mrs. B. R. Wilson. a gay scene, and put one In mine Where to spend the summer? Look at
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Conductor Copeland and w\feofPa.\ of the winter tourist season. Manager the hotel advertisements on 7th page.
latka, paused through Titusvllle, Woilnesday -Mrs. W. N. Hendry, we regret to -Senator Jas. P. Talliaforro has the 1[. W Merrill, as usual, was here, there ,
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE on their way to their plantation loam has been on the sick list this week, thanks of the ADVOCATE for a copy, of and everywhere attending to his ,guests: Whereto atop In Tltusvillef See Ti ,
by the year, It does not coat you at Woodley.Mr. but we are pleased to note she la on a the "Census of Porto Rico for 1800.; and trying to make them fool as If they tusvllle hotel and boaidlng houeo ads on .I'' ,

hree cents per week, postage,: included. O. W. Conner, the Ocklawaha fair way to recovery.Mr. ., -The Clyde Line Steamship:: Co.'s were In "a home from home." It is our 7th page. ,r'0; '

, Note date of expiration printed upon nurseryman, was In town on Monday R. E. Mime, Brevard county's agency Is at the ADVOCATE: pities, Titus sometimes a little dIHioiilt to !got at correct The ADVOCATE I...' on sale at Hotel ', '

Lour paper or wrapper every week. This and Tuesday, attending to business superintendent of public instruction, has ville, where you cnn secure reservations.* news inspecting! some things and Continental, Atlantlo Bench, as well aa
IB a receipt for' your money. No need connection with his nursery. been In town nearly all the week, attending buildings, but ourlepnitfir. had his. eyes at the news stand at the Union Station, .' ,
Mr. and Mis/T. Porter of Jacksonvllle
V upon and saw quite a little that was Jacksonville. I
(or us to send receipt tor aubscilptlonI to school duties. going ,
it -Mr. .J, II. Crosby, of the jewelry firm have been sojourning at the on Inside and outside the hotel. Erelong '''t '
I lie date gives to you. of Greenleaf A Crosby, Jacksonville, Will -Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Brady gave a oitrd Continental hotel, Atlantio Beach, for awhile. this hotel will besurrouiidi-d by one Hotel Coquina, Ormond-bySen, will be ;

among WedneRdR,'" "oonthbound, passengers party at their residence on Weriaexdayeveblog of the most beautiful Inwns on the Enst open for gueHts. this summer Kino fishing -

TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on ,.en route to Palm Beach :, which was much enjoyed by "Yearbook Const: of Kloi'Ida, for hundreds of men bathing, sailing and driving. Rates .
I lie the following news-stands at five -Wo are In receipt of the *2 *H to $12: week. Further
at those who were present.Mr. : per day, per
-MrToho who has been are still' working on !It. It Is said there
henry, on of the Department of Agriculture for !
ante per copy : particulars of D. lt. Matbcson, Manager,
Titusvllle-B. B.-Wileon & Son. an exploring expedition of about:20! miles B. L. Coutant left here, lank Fit- 1000," kindly sent us by Congl'ell man Is no hotel south of Cape May that equals IJotel Coquina, Ormond, Kla. '"' "'
J. B. Screven. Into the woods, etc back of Eau Gallle, day for Oak Hill where he Is visiting Robt. lY. Davis. the Continental; ; and for elegance construction

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. returned here, ''Tuesday, looking ai his brother, Capt. E. S.: Coutant. He Is appointments. ana attractive Hotel Coquina, Ormond; Breakers, '' I
News stand, Union depot brown as a Semlnole Indian. expected home today.Mr. -Mr. C. D. Provost- who was recently ness of location It Is hard to beat. Con Clarondjn: Inn and Seaside Inn, Sea- 'I'' ''f l. ,
burned out at Lotus Is said to have
sideringthe excellent service the ratesat breere, are said to be fast tilling up with ,
,C Atlantic Beach-Hotel Continental. =The jewels fur the officers of Hall Jas. E. Andrews, after enjoying bought out the store of Wethey & Wagner this hotel are very reasonable, and the summer !guests and that the beach now {:'

of Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of a week or so at Hotel Coquina, Ormond, at Georgians Continental attracting1 the best peopleof wear. a very festive appearance during I
( notice ads. ten cents Eastern Star, Titusvllle, have arrived, passed through here, Tuesday on his return the Booth andpromenaders.
Reading ar/ TlbbafeMr -Mr, g. F. Duren, who has heeD on a the afternoon-between surf-bathers II
and the ladles with them.
are delighted: to Fort Pierce and
line on this pace.: A glance around showed our :
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er reporter ; "
vacation of about six weeks, on account '
The next meeting of the Chapter will be' I
-Mr. Dick Rocker, of Cocoa, was in on Tuesday, the (itli Inst., at 3 30 In the and Mrs. W. M. Brown and family of poor health Is expected home on Sunday : that the Continental lea colonial frameetruoture Lust summer:Hotel St. Andrew, New '' : ,I

;y lown Sunday and Monday. afternoon. expect, for to Jacksonville leave here, tomorrow where they,, Saturday willSoard or Monday next.Mr. I breadth ; facing 447 feet on the in lergtli east the by ocean 47 to York, managed by Mr Clias. H. Davis, I'I'I!,

When writing advertisers, please -Mrs. W. J. Janis and her daughter, the Clyde steamer Apache, which IIarry'1'uttle, a prominent resident The beach begins at the base of the bulk a former assistant manager of Hotel ;,' \ 'I I
the ADVOCATE of Miami, was among yesterday's bend about 100 feet from the hotel's Royal Polnolann. Palm Beach, bad. the 'J,
soften of St. Augustine, who are. known to sails, Sunday, for New York; eastern loot 1 I
I In Titusville and other northbound passengers, en route to Jacksonville detached This bulkhead Is entire !ground reconstructed, and I
places onIndian piazza.
-Mr. Franz ,Llpp, i of Cocoa, spent many I River, have. gone to Macon, Ga., -Mrs. II. E. Wooddall and baby, who on a short obit 8 feet high. From the base of the bulkhead now they are Improving the seven floor ,i i ''
nnday and Monday In Titusville.1 Gave been on a few we e ke' visit to Mrs. above the main floor. The corridor walls '. rare
visit to her married who to the low-water line the distance :
on a daughter
-Mr, L. Moreton blurry the well I '
. _Secure your reservations over the resides In that city. They will also visit Wooddall's parents at Lemon City returned known: representative of the, wholesale Is 000 feet, so that the Leash Is 200 yards being done In green and gold, with I':' i|.| ,
t lyde Line at the ADVOCATB: office, Tllunvllle. other places ere returning to the Ancient here on 'l'ue day. Mr. Wooddall commission house of Jacksonville, left broad. It stretches along the Atlantlo cream and gold ceilings. The foyers on L>|
wears a smiling countenance now. each floor are being converted Into re- ( 1\ '
40 miles
City. for Sanford this morning. providing a smooth hard unbroken I'II

Mrs.. P. O. Walton and baby left Mrs. b[. L. Hoover of Jacksonville -The firm of Carroll A Goldsmith; : driveway for automobiles, bicycles ceptlon rooms, each being In a didinothearyls Ilf''
-Mrs. Robt. Gladwin Was brought up or other vehlolea of that of decoration. One will be a Japanese I
|ere, Saturday last, for Philadelphia, to baa joined her husband at the Indian grooerymen of Titusville, Is preparing to to town, yesterday, from Fort Pierce, on The bulkhead is about 1,800 feet length room, another In old English/ style II .7,
dissolve the first of next long
oln her husband.Mr. River hotel, Tltnsvllle. Capt. Hoover Is partnership a stretcher, and carried to the home of of which 1,200 Is the hotel front, with sporting prints, and another a oardroom ""j
week. Dr. S. W. Carroll will continue property
;]', Fred Whitlock, the popular mall one of the moat successful fishermen tile business at the old stand. Mr. W. Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Oladwln. She Is age The hotel building la six stories In If!I'' I
wltb' book and line In town and
|arrler between Cocoa and points on Lave heard, It whispered- that Mrs., Hoover we" F.. Goldsmith retires from the business, considered quite seriously 111. the center-the rotupda. From the rotunda Mr. F. Ok Hatch, of the firm of Hatch

ilerritts Island, left here, Sunday, on Is now helping her husband to haul In but has not yet decided what he will! do.Mrs. Master Wilson K. Taylor, of South on each aide stretch wings to the & Merrill, proprietors of the Royalton, l'l .

l>ls return home. the fish these cool afternoons. E. W. Simmons of Jacksonville ritusvllle, gave a children's party onTuesday north and south four stories high, and at West 44th, street, -New York,after a veryplesaant

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Secure reservations via Clyde Line afternoon, just before bin parents each extremity r "T" flve Htorles high. visit with his partner, Manager I';'
teamers, between Jacksonville, New Misses Alice and Beatrice Sanders, arrived In town IIer three Wednesday to join moved Into their residence, recent Along the entire eastern; southern and Henry W; Merrill, of Hotel Continental, i I
her husband. children and
Ith 'ork and Boston, at the ADVOCATE two; of Indlanola'a most popular young: Iy purchased of Mr. W, M. Woodward.The western sides of the building Is a covered Atlantlo Beach, Fla., left for home on
ant Rice Titusvllle. ,ladles, have been enjoying a visit with tatber-la-Ihw, Mr. 8. R.Simmons, accompanied children spent an enjoyable afternoon detached piazza 16 feet broad and 20 feet Monday. Mr. Hatch told an ADVOOATH \It
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I her to Titusvllle. Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Bessie Hall this week. They were and were well supplied with Ice from the body of the house, the Intervening representative that he had had a delightful :
Civil Engineer E. Ben Carter, the present at the ice cream social given by Simmons have rented Judge D. L. GauId- cream, cake, etc. space being/ In ,grass: Tbo total time at Atlantic Beach, and he was 1:1,
100 ienlal and whole-souled roadmaster of lie ladles of the Eastern Star Chapter I en's cottage, and. they will remain hereermanently. length of the piazza is 1,100 feet. Its astonished to find It so cool and pleasant; t j
he Florida East Coast Railway, was a on Tuesday evening; also at the Cherokee I > There h* no better 'Sheriff In the roof Is supported by palmetto trunks In Florida at this time of year. Mr. \

1,75 fiusenger on Monday's southbound train Club dance In the Opera house on Wednesday .-Mr. E. P. Porcher general agent of State of Florida than Joseph P. Brown, The body of the building Is painted la Hatch Is a genial, whole-souled fellow,. ,
in route to Palm Beach and Miami.Mr. ., evening.Mr. the Lake Worth and Indian River Pineapple of Brevard County Recently a negro colonial yellow, the trimmings are In and be made a boat of friends during the .jl

M. E. Gruber, of West Palm and Mrs. Wm. A. Bonrs, promInent Growers' Association, was among another boy by the name Andrew of George Fields cut white and the blinds In ffrren. At the abort time be was a guest of the Contl- I"", i I
each, who had been to Daytona to take ( residents of Jacksonville, have. those who passed. through Titusvllle on negro, Caraway, and Inlloted extreme end of the northeastern portion Dental hotel. Ir I(I
in Freemaaonj Monday, en route to his Coc..a home fora a painful wound on the arm. of the long/ detached 'rlind-wlth Its
_ | Knight Templar degree been enjoying a visit to the Continental
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fields after the Jacksonville will the fat of Janiiaiy
Immediately tiouble by
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last day. We understand he has met w lth iiinclrerls of l'ed1 white and blue paintedchairs I
through Friday en
j, passed here hotel, Atlantic Beach, this week. They the
for
departed Madison, Fla., where he have one of handsomest hotels j
home. good; ,uccess In shipping pineapples this -Is the ballivom, where many ,
cute
were accompanied by their son, William
bought himself suoure. But Joe Brown the In the tlouth. The contract for the new '
"tilpp fantastic"
. -Colonel L. Thereby, of Merrltt, sail and daughter, Mis Burry' Mr. Bours crates season,,which having brought disposed good price.over. 00,000 The was equal to the emergency and acting day night last.light It Is a pavilion-shaped on Satur Windsor hotel has been let, and when 1lit'i' t
he will probably not be able
M I, yesterday, from Jacksonville New says to go upon. slight suspicion weut to Madison, completed and furnished Its cost will be j'll'
office the above association structure 69x40 ft. with 20 h.
numb this be will have of' at Jacksonville a palling '
fork via steamer to visit. summer, as to struck hot trail and arrested the () )( The of the 'tr
Clyde enjoy a the I will close about the end of August a ne It Is well screened to keep out mosquitoes $315,000. building magnificent i
it t f. couple of mouths or so at Gra mercy look after and store.Mrs. .building of a new residence and It will then be removed to Co- gro. ,It was a good piece of detective A !little north of the ballroom hotel will be b'y the Baltimore Con j I

fark, with bis slater Miss Emma Thursj loa for the balance of the season as work. lathe bathhouse This house has over struction Company, under the personal "J'I'

| the celebrated songstress. E.- E. Rollins and "Mrs- T>_ f!_ leretofore.Mr. ., v ,OO rooms for bathlnir: and Is .eoulnnad direction. of K.: W._ Noell,. of Baltimore, f f : I

-Judge A. D. Penney joined the pro- Irannlng left here, 'Tuesday, for; Green .[.stied. with every convenience and comfort who has begun the work. The new
Irletor of the ADVOCATE at the recently* Cove Springs, Jacksonville, Savannah W. Woodward left here, yes- On the western aide of the building and Windsor will be an ornament to Jacksonville

fuilt palatial summer hotel-the Conttental and Carthage, N. C., to spend the bal terday, for Chattanooga, Tenn.,. whamhe ') Whitaker,who separated from It 10O feet Is the club- and will completed by Jan- i
Jr.
Atlantic Beach the end oft ance of the summer. They thought of goes with the Intention of locating Initisiness C. B. some weeks boons, where are the'cafe, billiard-rooms nary 1stIv order to nave the hotel

week;. and returned' borne, on Mon- visiting the Pan- merlc.n Exposition, and making bis .(afore- bome.Mr.W'ooehlllird"baa MgoIeft for Winchester.BatvrrSay Tenn., passed private card rooms; ail of them Illuminated , ready by this time It will be necessary to

Bav, much pleased with the petal. It* JbavAideoided U) t--Uwould be tat been engaged in tyre through Titusvllle, last, on bisvay by electricity and electric tour work night and day, and arc lights will
ixcellent: management and surround ng.Dr. .. onesome a trip- for them without their phott>graph and jewelry business In Tlusvllle to Cocoa. He was accompanied by The hotel office Is Ato the right of the be> placed In position so that the construction '
msbands, who will, however, join themIn for some years, until he'recently bis bride, to whom he was recently married rotunda as one enters from the rsllwavstation of the'building will proceed at '
W.; L. of Cnooa who sold out to Major F. M. We at Shelbyvllle, Tenn., where she
Hughlett. North Carolina in October one..of the Taylor. are and opposite Is the and night. Three crews of workmen will be
rho has been In :New .York,and other rest months In the Mountains. sorry to see him leave, but wish him all was well and favorably known* Miss cigar stand. The rotunda Is news placed on the building, working eight
lorthern cities the past two month or uccess in hie new field of labor M r. Ethel 80 111"''n. We extend congratulations a spacious tours each
k -Our old friend, Ex-Senator Wilkinson to the ram 60x00) feet, and open In the centerto ,
taking a post graduate course In. Woodward was accompanied by bis aged happy pair,
edlclne and surgery, passed through Call, will not visit the seaside resorts mother, who will spend several months the third floor' above. The finish Is Inure A correspondent writes the ADVOCATE

Fitusville, unday, on his return to Cop of Florida this summer, for be has visiting relatives Kentucky. Mrs. W. > white, wltb tiled scagreen ,walnso bat Hotel Victory, on Put-In-Bay.Booth r
law office at 82 Nassau, Cherokee Club Dane. tlng four feet high: ; and here Prof. lass Island Is '
a the
p> lie was In town a .short while on opened street M. Woodward and Miss Ruth will remain now handling largest
Monday. Saw York, and upon his card Is the following In Titusvllle until Mr. Woodward Schubert'sfine orchestra discourses tuslness ever recorded, far beyond the ,*
: "Eighteen years continuous service Ie well established In Chattanooga Another enjoyable dance was given by sweet muelo two or three times a day, sanguine expectations of the ruling b.nd.
I -Prof. V. Palumbo, manager of the as United States Senator!: and thirty ( the members of the above club at the The dlnlngroom Is un the office floor,and Ur.. T. W. McCreary, a former resident '
fuel-national College, New Dorp, btaten years in the Supreme Courts of the United -Cnl. I.. M. Erwln, clerk of the Macon Opera house, Titnsvllle, Wednesday It has a seating capacity of MO. The of Indian River One and one-half

f land l, N. Y., was a passenger on Mon States gives special knowledge of all (Ga.) Circuit Court, was a'guest of the night, when Prof. JCoerger( of Indlanola, sleeping apartments number 184, and of hounand people were quartered under /
1 '1'. southbound train.' In cooversan ilnds of law business, claims against. the Continental hotel, Atlantic Beach, this supplied the music. It was. a beautiful these 50 have baths. They: are all built lie Victory roof the; week just ending. l

J e with an ADVOCATE reporter, the United. States aud befote Coogrella.ra. ." week. He was accompanied by bis moonlight night, with strong southeast en suite: that I-I the looms are all/ connecting Such business as this seems miraculous Tr
[rofessor said he was on his way to daughter, Miss Louise, and his two breeze and no mosquitoes; and those / so jO Is quite possible to furnish when It Is remembered what a "white 1
C. B.
vaiie, county, to view that section of Schuyler very pleasantly leues, the Misses Margaret and Zsndlerwlo who attended the dance report a most a suite of any size de lred. The elephant" the Victory was In past
[lot-Ida with the object of locating. a entertained a party of friends at pro- : daughters: of bis brother, the pleasant evening. artesian well which supplies the entire Die Pan-Ameilcan exposition, although years '
Jilony of Italians. 9 Teas!ve pinochle last Saturday evening Ion.Marion Erwin, United States attor- plant Is located to the north Of the bulld- not beneficial to many: of the lake Erie a'
Those Mr. and }[ Geo.
uo present were ra.
, I-We want to draw the attention of W. Sooble:\ Mr. and Mis. W. M. Woodward lie lr.) for Erwin the Informed Southern District of Georgia. THE PROGRESSIVE CULTURE Th log.,..and. dally cisterns flow with of 8OOO.ooo.galJona. resorts, Is contributing Its share towards i;
ADVOCATE are
ft numerous readers along the ,East Mr. and Lira A. K. Wilson, Mrs.Scrlmgeoiir repesentatlve a stooge: capacity Illlng every spare Inch of epaaen/ the
Joaat, and throughout the slate In gen Miss Frank P. Stowart, Miss that he bad been on the sick CLUB. of 800,000 /gallons. The veranda Is a fine Victor). Mr. McCreary's success la well ',

pi, to the .d", .. of the live and ener- Ethel Coutant, bit IIa>ry Wilson and flat, but was fast recovering bis health at place for promenading or lounging; and, merited. The many old hotel men of '
II Atlantlo Beach. The ,young ladles told like the Inferior of the hotel Is '
business who for lighted the; country who shook their ;
ftio men are bidding Capt. Fred Scoble. A .ery pleasant us they were delighted wltb the hotel The Progressive Culture Club met at b y electricity. wisely
liare the of your patronage In tbecolnrans evening was spent at this. entertaining and beach; and Sunday night while seated their room, July 10, 1101\ with eleven On the whole, Hotel Continental Is "leads, and predicted dire disaster whenMac" I $
a took: this herculean
ADVOCATE. If In need task In band
yon are game, after which delicious Ice cream nembers : and visitor.
present one Hav-
any particular line of good the pink on the pier, viewing the ocean, went rood place to visit, and If some of our are not only surprised but
Immensely
aDd cake were served, and all returned Into It laIC been suggested at a previous meeting Florida ,
a.d
raptures over especially as they Georgia readers '
have
per will tell yon the best place to buy lome at 11 o'clock p. m. lad hardly to do fancy work at the meetings until not pleased with the success he has met
"em. Read the ads. seen a mosquito since they yet seen this new summer resort, we ad- with In grappling with the hindering
-Mr. and Mre. Maddox and son, Sidney left Georgia: and what they did see at the study course was resumed, several vise them to do so. I n conversation with olroumstarwerthnttendedto debar the '

-,Irs. Strother-Smltb and bright little of Brooklyn, N. Y., who have been Atlantic Beach were very gentle ores members came prepared. Miss Wright a gentlemen who has had considerable success of this hotel all difficulties it
f lighter, Margaret, former popular! re at Palm Beach for fclx or seven months, Introduced a love story to be guessed In experience In the values of buildings, and place It, overcome -

floats of 1 avsres and Orlando, and lat- >assed> through here Saturday last, en Time Money I the popular songs, both old and new. eto., be considered thai the above p'opo.erty of profitable, hostelrles.among'the rank. i l
rl ly of Jacksonville, are among the pop north. where will Mrs. Brown being the mrfst successful) would when finhlbed '
route they remain unit coat Mr.
Flag- ... .... .. ...
lar guests flow sojourning at the Contlrptal next winter. They own the Palm was awarded the prize, s beautiful gold er over .:VX.OOp.) / / C

hotel, Atlantic Beach, with Mrs. leach hotel, a short distance north of Save both hy ordering your. building hat pin. Social conversation was In- ----- lM"TbeAnvoCATndoeejobpriatlag.. i ir
IIh'. father and mother Major and lotI .Royal Poinclana and are nowlaving material otGEO. ulged In, and meeting adjourned* ?
t Irs. Alex. St. cialr.Abrams. At. the another hotel built just north of F. PADDIAOX, Eau Gallle. MAS. M. V. GOLDSMITH, The C..t.... Tegfj'* Drmm." CHURCH NOTICES: i?I

-tel l dance, Saturday night, it was hardr their present: one, which will coat about tHlere'ar,. 1 i

"'us to tell who was "de belle ob de $75OOO. Mr. and Mrs. Maddox have Dentietr esteem The Cantata, "Pell< -Mrs. Smith or Mrs. Mitchell rooted their fine residence Brooklyn, ID .'We favor If our was given In the Opera house,Titusvllle There will be no rellgous service at
[th of these young married ladles being and will now take up their quarters fora rel dera,when writing or calling upon and reported In these columns some, HardeevlUe or City Point, next Sunday, ''I
\\rr popular. while at Lafayette place New Yprk; I will be In Tltosvllle, Monday, Aug. our advertisers to purebase merchandise, time I ago/ was repeated on Monday area as Rev. A. C. Slrdefleld: is taking a much ikr
but: Palm Beach Is theft Ideal spot. \tli. Will remain ten days or two week., etc., would mention the ADVOOAT.' Inl. The attendance was fairly good needed relt.Arcbdeaoon.
,
tics Rooms at Indian River Hotel. Will be
L and $24.00 was netted. This sum Is toe B. Brown will hold
glad to those ?
serve who desire It.
> divided between the Eastern Starxxlge lvlne service at St. Gabriel's
House For Kent. R lllldltch Steam I.aundry.. church i
M. MASOX
I Notice Is hereby given that at-the reg-: Dentist., and the Ladles' Guild of St. Garlel's Tltusvtlle, on Sunday next at 11 o'clock
meeting of the Town Council of church. It was a children' enertainment a. m. { and at St. Marks church, Cocoa
Tfc June
P stifle, to be held on the 8th day ofJrU.t A seven-room .cottage: ; location; Basket will leave office of Bond Lumber and the way In which they at ft p. m. v
out buildings; overlooking the. Indian Co. {
Tuesday undertook their
.
Don't every morning.EBSKST
He Hard respective
j1 A. D. 10111, a vote of the Coun- river Titusvllle. Up. parts was a
I will VAVLAMIHMOIIAM AgtPony credit to them Please ." '
be write
whenever fall
taken on a proposition to levy Apply at the ADVOCATE office ns you to
I'special tax ot mills the Let receive the ADVOCATE.: ; +'
on assesa- ns prepare you to start a genteelMisloess
the .
property In town for the pur- of your own Yon can make Mare For Sale. Wire nd Nails
of );3mpty Sugar and ICIce Barrels.
secariog Fire Protection the big
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pertyIthlu the town Easily cad'quickly learned, Write forartlculars. Eight old well broken ----- '
JOHJT R. WAI.XER sale. Address years ; For Pineapple Shedding. A
For > where car load W.Dted..1.good hotel somewhere
Cbalrm.n Board AUermeu.j WALTER A. MOOBB ; Address, .ery.1 to arrive about August: let Prices will vast on '
TVRloxo A Co., T. A. ,Jonjruojr the East ( for winter season. ."' .
am j THn.vllle, Fla., July a. 1601. 8 George St., Charleston, S. C. .t Box Itt. Titusvllle, Fla. LaGrange, nterest yon. Write me. AdJr.a.V'. R. CitAMPM.v, 0o.: F. pAbDiaoa, Eau Gallle.
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only a few yearn ago too. I oaa OPen MIGNONETTE IN POTS. Cures Blood Troubles, Blood B.ANNE :aROS.

unemployed for several months and as -- Poison, Cancer Kczenia, etc.

I had six little shavers to take care of I Bow t. Crew sad Flower Flat. Lap..i Note 1240-1218 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
did not have much trouble spending the Speolmvai Plant. Cuata gl to Try.

little money I bad saved. I didn't seem' Two sowings of seeds should be 1 Old, obstinate, deep-seated cases per-

to have a friend In the wide world 'to made, the first about the middle of manently cured by taking Botaolo Blood and Wine Merchants
turn to, and I spent. my last copper fora June and the second about the middleof Balm (B. B. B.). If your blood la tainted aching, Liquor
producing offensive eruptions,
flOfI paper to exai&Ine the employment col July. Take as many alx Inch pots' bones and joints, ulcers, tailing hair, mucous ,
umn. It was about Christmas time, as. there are specimens required and patches, soar mouth and throat, -Oldest house In the city.-
and I dreaded going back borne to lace aftee: draining them well fill to withinan scabs or scales, persistent pimples,eating

's the scolding landlord. I recall that I Inch of the top with a :mixture of sores, swellings, sore Up, dry sore, dull, Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis Beer
llu topped in front of the Harlem office loam and well decayed manure well aching lancing shooting pains, then you ,
e' of a newspaper to see' the holiday broken up. Press it down rather firm bave blood poison or the beginnings of

tr crowd go by, aud as I did so I saw a ly, Ow the seed thinly and cover with deadly cancer. Don't experiment but OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
sign that made my blood run cold. It take Botanic Blood Balm ((13.11.B.) made
sifted
soil Place
finely them In
a
said especially to cure all malignant blood "Call or send for Prices,
: frame or under band lights. After the
You troubles, like those named above, and
No Reason Why
"There Is
seedlings are up give more air night carbuncle
Itching, scabby, eczema,
Should Be Idle. Insert a Want Ad bloodhumors
and day. scrofula, rheumatism, cancer, 3ARR'Y' ZMZ-A-SJOIfcT dz
Four Cents a Line. The plants will sqon become strong etc, Henls every sore and stops : : Co.
"The pronoun was printed In Immense enough for, the first thinning to take all aches and pains. Try U. Costs but
Dealer] In
letters and I bad the free by -Importer and Wholesale -
greatest sent
place, which should, consist of the $I at druggists. Treatment
trouble dissuading myself that It. was weakest In writing to ]J>r. Oi(lam,2110 Mitchell Street,
ln plants. short time
a
a second
pe Tfl not Intended for me, and me alone. Atlanta, Ga. Desci I be trouble and free
and
polo thinning will be. required, .leaving Wines
and free
medical advice Medicine Liquors Cigars
Of course It wasn't, but that sign burned from five to seven. 'of the strongest medical advice given sent at_ once prepaid. 13.
and I bave
ADVOCATE Into my memory ,
plants at regular; distances over the B. originated by Dr. Gillam over 30
of It Innumerable times since.
thought surface of the pot. years ago. thousands have been cured-
"Oh."pshawL" rejoined the leadingman The plants may be allowed to grow many after doctors and patent medicines Forn.d.a1.e: : P'ure B.yo..

- -- after a'pause. "1 suppose It Is Impossible until they bate rooted well but at the bad utterly failed. Botanic Blood Balm, Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky: aged |
to please everybody with pub- same time must not be allowed to get (B. B. B.) gives life, vigor and strength I and absolute and free from all adulteration. These II
lic signs. I saw one In Buffalo once to the blood making It pure and rich. heated warehouse, pure goods
SARCASM\ IN SIGNS. pot bound, as It so the steins become
without and
be
which said: 'Attention blind men. hard, and they will attempt to bloom, are pronounced by all connoisseurs to an equal are regarded by the
and be cured. which referred superior to all others for the use of Invalids.
Read this and their future growth will be check ARE YOU GOING AWAY 1 medical faculty as
ADVERTISEMENTS THAT AT TIMES to a new treatment for the blind. All ed In consequence At this stage they FERNDALE RYE Is put up In plain cases containing no marks whatever FOttt

BECOME A MOCKERY. signs cannot be expected to satisfy:: the will be fit to put Into the pots In which If so, you will consult your own Interests FULL QUARTS in each case, and dellvertd: to you, all charges prepaid at ileM.\.

ideas of evel'body-New York Mall they are Intended to flower. This large by calling upon t of addressing the lowing prices per case:

.emlnl one*. of Men Who Had and Express. shift Is necessary' because mignonette undersigned: for summer excursion ratesto Ferndale, A, 7 years old,.$3.20. Ferndale A A, 8je years old, $:j.70(

seen Wo.... Day. mnA 1..It.tln..A.Doan..n..n' Poor Scotch Stndvnta. docs' not thrive well when frequently mountain directed, lake and the seaside reduction resorts.of 'Ferndale, A A A, 10 years old, 420. Money refunded not entirely) satisfied,
Attention U
When Tl..r Wen Many students from their highland shifted.' Eight aDd one-half or ten to _
' Hard Up and Oat of Rmplorraeut. homes' bare appeared at the beginning Inch pots will be found a good size for summer lantic Coast tourist resorts rates and to Virginia to the fact and that At I3ARR: :MASON:: t cSs co.

The advance agent met the leading of the academic year with a bag of oat specimen plants. The pots should be tourist rates-are authorized to Washington State Agents. 301307.309311 West Bay Street Mason Block

meal and a barrel of potatoes representing perfectly drained and quite clean Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, JACKSONVILLE \ -. FLORIDA
of show the other ,
man another night, the sole store of life and energy As to soil nothing Is better than Providence and Boston; by rail to Nor
and, as hey hnd not seen each other In for months to.come. So common was' turfy loam well decayed. This will folk, thence via steamship, in additionto ------' -- -- -

seven yearn, there was a warmness this practice-thnt a holiday In midyear without any addition grow the plants rates via Savannah and steamship.

about their greeting. that. was refresh' was appointed known as Mealle Mon well. Pot them firmly and water at Folders, sailing[ and sleeping arrange- FOR $3.20... . .
Ing. day In order to give the* students an once. Keep the sun from them and raeuts furnished promptly. Cheap excursion -
"Denr old 1'01111"! sold the leading opportunity of returning home to replenish stand the pots out of doors or In a cold rates to Buffalo, N.Y., by all Cincinnati mil, Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange we wffl
Louisville\ or
through Washington,
man. "I was thinking of you not fiver their Inrder. This dRY Is still frame on a cool bottom of ashes and or via Havannnh or Norfolk and send you by Express, CHARGES; PREPAID, .

minutes ago. Sit down you dear old observed an a holiday. protect from strong winds. Stake each steamship. Through New York city. FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
tellow t I passed u bakery not five minutes In his reminiscences of Edinburgh plant firmly( and when they have F. M. Jolly, D. I>. A., Jacksonville; or I

ago, and 1 thought of you. Why. Robert Chambers tells the. story of his grown an Inch or two pinch, out the top) B.,W. Wrenn, passenger traffic manager, the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
here's Willis 1 I was just saying' to early experiences at the university of every shoot. This will cause themto Savannah *

Tom that I never nee n baker's Unit I how a friend his' brother and himself; break 'two Inches or three Inches '

don't think of him. Tom and I were had lived<< together, and each hat down In the stem. These shoots In Summer Excursion Rates Calhoun Pure Rye WhiskeyWe

poor oncet Mighty poor too.. 1 remember brought to'tbe common store a bag ot duo time will need stopping and tyingas To Boston, Providence, New York, Bal-
that we had been turned out oatmeal. the plants advance'until they have
The three from
bags hung one timore, Washington Old Point Comfort, shin In PLAIN PACKAGES, no narks to indicate contents (which will avoid' all 0011I'ment.
of different homes on the same cold of the rafters of their room, and the formed the outline of good specimens Ocean View, Virginia Beach and Ports- .) When you feet; It and teat It If It Is not satmfautory, return it at QUIt lXI.t!: :.KX lot
night and met each other for the first landlady would scrupulously take a when they may be allowed to flower mouth as ottered by the Heahonid AirLine your Weareolnsrathand f 3.20 will be cheerfully and congive rl'fllntled.yonQUICKER This Whiskey DELIVERY IB an (rood than as any distanthouse*S,00 goods In..the V"market. ban

i time by chance. We shared the comforts handful of the meal from each bag In At the latter. part of the summer Railway lire especially attractive. been doing; bnalnena In thin city ana at the acme stand for over IB YEARS, and as to our IIEIIo
t of a butcher's wagon that night order to mix the morning porridge according when the plants are taken under cover From Jacksonville-,47.80 to Boston and roNSlHILITV AND REPUTATION: for honest dealing, we refer;you to any merchant bore at to
and went upon a ruiuumglug expedition l ; to n strictly equitable principle they should have a light airy place Providence; t4:t.3O to New Yoi'k J $JO.HO the editor of this paper.
i the next day. We- halted I in front of distribution In greenhouse temperature. When the to Daltlmol'e'l t.lO.20: to Washington: ) *.93:) SOLOMON & LEVI- ,
.20 nt Comfoit, Ocean View, 1928 & 1030 First Avenue,
of a German bakery, half stnrved and It must be remembered also that In plants are well wet with bloom give
disgusted with Jiff) generally.; There many cases untold sacrifices must be occasional waterings of weak llqufi Virginia turn. Tickets Beach on and sale Portsmouth daily, good returnIng and re-- P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA

i was a huge sign in the frlndow which borne In the homes whence the manure
sons set to Oct. aist 11101) These excursion
: up NOTICE!-We pay Express{rharfres to all points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS: COMPANY
aid, 'There II No Cuko Like Ours.' We forth to secure an education In order rain apply via Portsmouth and ," hat to pohttaon llnea ot other Exp..ss Cotn|>anlue, we prepay only to piano. rhea l
lindn't n penny between us'. but Tom that they may lire In n university townat nemarloahi. Croanbrrd Apple' .tettrnei only. ttlmilarran. trnm 'other Southern Express Company transfer to laid other Express Company;

stepped lu and axlied for a sample,of all even In the simplest possible' I What Is regarded as an epoch makIng Florida poluts. '1'04 0 dally rains between ==
the cnke. The Dutchman! dldu't appreciate manner It In by no means nn Isolates event In toe pomology of the United Florida points and Portsmouth; morningand

the humor of the request so case that'story of the father who hat! Stilton' Is! the recent crossing of the evening departure from Jacksonville ..0 =:: 'ASR:: I.'CTM, t cSc CO. ,

{ Tow said, 'You way keep your cake, but three rows', and one of them he Newtown Pippin one of the finest ot For any Information write At O. Mao n.yst. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Fla. 517 a sto w. .
American ,,'Itbthode\ Island Doonoll, A. G. P. A..Jaekllonyllle,
hose; !Jut, Buy, give ma a chunk of sold In order to send his son to St. An. apples
bread quick, or I'll cut out your giz drew's.-Herlbuer's.' Greening, Northern Spy and Russet Rates
Bard; I'll never forget that cake sign 1 All of these crosses have proved 'to belong .] to. liuffalo..

because it took us hours to get away A. Ih..y..laht. keepers and this In combinationwith

from the police w hovoie attracted to The traveler In London about other excellences: of quality size On account of the Pan-American Exposition -
a century
and attractive appearance\ makes their \ the seaboairt Air Line Hallway
j the scene by the tinker's tries for help, have noticed the following ,
might
ago future mutter to be watched tickets stations Its ;4
"But that was not DIY only experience a wlth Is selling from on iauotis
with a peculiar sign" remarked poster: eager Interest by apple growers. These lines to Buffalo at very low excursion
Mr Dinlrl Lambert of Leicester. apples are the work of Mr. Underbill, a rates. This o4>mi,..ny ntu-rs the choice
the advance after
agent a hearty laugh.
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1'' heavliHii that
man .vrr lived with the fastest aed most
of two routes,
"The year before I went on the road weighs upward of fifty itone. Hudson river grower who recently exhibited schedule enjoyed to
for the first time I was la as bard luck Mr. Lambert will MI Buffalo either via all mil route through:
Piccadilly next et. James ,
Attunr, nearly opposite
before the New York Horticultural so
as ever mnu was. I had pawned everything church, from II to B o'clock.! Ticket of adinlc Richmond Washington. IIr through
y In sight and was almost starv Ion. I abiding each.Mr. ciety. Portsmouth and N' <>ifu|)<; hence a. delightful

ed. I found an umbrella In the hall. Lambert bad been keeper of the A I'romlalnB Pink Itoa.. sun flip to the runt where connections -
way of a down town building, and the old county bridewell at Leicester and. are made. ".ltli,the great Trunk
Queen of Kdgely<< rose, or Pink Beau Lines direct to the Kaiulinw; City.: Those
told It. It
Janitor me to keep was n despite his physical Immensity. was a
It Is sometln.es called Is pink lie convent
ty as a routes are positively I most
fairly good rain shield and I Immediately
Intelligent and active A
very person. sport of American Iteuuty. At recent ent and attractive to Buffalo, and It will
carried It to mine uncle I didn'tknow Kentish named Palmer
Innkeeper
shows It has received special men. Interest and benefit f oft 10 call on the
this particular relative, althoughI weighing only 350 pounds visited Mr. Seaboard .
had formed the acquaintance of hundreds Lambert and appears to have been for your trip.
of his l>tOple.111.. place was on mortified his t
deeply at own Inferiority.for .
6 of the $4.5O.
-- - same 12 of the same $9.00.
Sixth avenue, and he gave me 75 centson on returning borne be was suddenly
It, which I gladly accepted. As hu taken 111 and died. Mr. Lambert : Towers'' Hardware Co All goods are put up In plain boxes-..-no marks on the same to show contents.

was making out the ticket he said: weighed 730 pounds just before bill Agents for the' Pabst Brewing Co.
'Do you want to save It from the '
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t Of 44'Yes'That,' I will answered.cost you 12 cents. Per death."I Advis. .- - PABLO. BY, THE: 'SEA LIVERY.

haps you would like to bare it Insured M' '
It Is always advisable, but it will cost Turnouts of all descriptions J SADDLE HORSES,
you 12 cents more,' replied my friend. All women who suffer ,

'All right,' I said. 'Take good care from ohronfo dlaoasos i : BAGGAGE Transta,

of It.' He could have eaten It for all I I
cared, for I never Intended to redeem to write to Or P/Or e.11 TRAPS HAULING, Etc.
y tl
It. I was about to leave the place when '
Is based SURREYS I
That advice upon practical _; qq Wm. WILKINSON,
I SAW a big alga on the far wall. It experience. After suffering for months,

aid: and finding no benefit result from the QT7XKM Or BDaiLT BOSK.tion. LAUDAUS, Proprietor.
** 'No extra charge for putting watches treatment of the and according to Gardening,

and jewelry In the safe In the office.' ..tf local physician, which Illustrates It, fashionable wo- VICTORIAS L Pablo Beach, Flfc
"Watches and jewelry I It brought Miss Belle Iledrick men in particular have expressed themselves
the tears to my eyes and as I crawled tU_' wrote to Dr. Pierce as delighted with the color of ,
. for ad VlCe. She
Into my 10 cent bed that night I this rose.ProlOBSJlaiSt. S y' ADVOCATE '
acted on the advice, a PRINTING HOUSE
thought of diamond necklaces, pearl e.j+ regained her .
and rubles of priceless value and-cake. recovered appetite her the C.m.* .......

Oh, the curse of some signs! How they strength, and gain- Cover a few .currant bushes with J
mock the poor!" / ed several pounds muslin or burlap before the fruit rip. Poultry Netting at Factory prices R (

They were all silent a moment, but .,M ?r'vl in weight ens, and you can eat currants In August 19 i Irr. 18 In. 21 in. 8i'in. 48 In. GO In. _.l e -,
the one addressed as Willis was the r. : "Write to Doctor Use hellebore rather than paris
!4i Fierce is good advice I and Ti: In. wide. A large stock on hand.
Bret to resume conversation, and ha Teen: forthe last brood of currant

aid: woman for to every follow.It worms and apply It as soon as the ]Building Material, Sasb. .Doors Blinds,
"There' my friend Big John Smith. costs worms appear. eHertloaltnral
nothing.
Let me Introduce him. Since :you: chaps Dr. Pierce Invite Paints and (Oils.) Cook Stoves. ,1.., f4p
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B..ltt.
y are talking of signs and hard luck let sick women to consult PLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ,
me tell you of the time that I had to him, by letter, Lilacs should be pruned after flowerng. -
free. Address Dr. It done In 'the'spring' It would Tinware Agricultural Implements,
leave my trunk at the old Stevens
K. V. Pierce Inaltds destroy most of tbe (lowers. House Furnishings, Etc.
II House, oa lower Broadway, and light
\ Hotel and The newer variety of deutxta. the Write for prices before buying.
! out by the shades of midnight to getaway
from a hotel bill that I couldn'tpay :' Surgical N.Institute.Duffalg Y. emolnet. It. Is thought may supplant Opened. with full stock-fat old stand.

j Everything I bad In the world In a little over thirty years, Dr. Pierce the gracllls. Its flowers when open 38 East Bay Street
F' of are cross shaped and It Is still more JACKSONVILLE: - FLA. rrrrrrrr :
was locked up In that trunk and as 1 assisted by his staff of nearly a score f { ;
could not remove anything without exciting physicians, has treated and cured Over showy than 'gracllls.

1 suspicion 1 thought It best to half a million women. The American Pomologlcal society I Foley's Honey red Tar

keep out of jail by leaving everything AI Buffered from female' _...n..... .for sew will meet at Buffalo Sept. 12 and 13 heals lungs and stops the c ugb. rvEoF .Rovr irs Dffr''i 1 1v
monthwritea Mir Bell Hedritk Nye ra.H
. twhlnd me. I must have walked the Putnam Co, W. Va. I w.a treated by aootlphy.ttdan 001. tbe exhibition being held In tbe ?
streets at least' a week famished and but he never areraed to do me coy horticultural building at tbe Pan-Amer. 'WANTEIWTraitwiinbv mn and women to
good. I wrote to Dr K. V. Pierce for advice, lean ravel. and advertla fur old eatahllohml eons. k
penniless. One afternoon I was passIng which received tellinf! me to take nil i'Favorite exposition. It solid financial. .udlng. ftalarj 97HO *year
along an up town street, hoping to Prescription" and; 'Ooldeu Medical '. .* Potted strawberry plants have appeared sad expenses, all paratito to eaah. No eanvaaanir -
I took thirteen bottle of' Favorite Prescription, Qtv raferancwi end. . s -
4 i rwiulrad.. nrlnao a lfridrea
J die, when I happened to look up and mil eight of'Golden Medical Dlncovery* U hen In the florists' window this season *..l stamped envelop. .Add.... Manager ". 4 r rl '
saw a sign as big as my hopes were I had used the meiUdne month my health waa with the fruit Just beginning to Cuton Bid*.. much Improved It haa continue*! to improve
small. This sign read: until now t can work at almoat all kinda oftlouaework. color. _
."We Are Not Daylight Robbers. :. I had aearcely.ny appetite, but it For curcmllo jar peacb and plum rUE RAPID CALKER is what every wna
'ii Ia all ria-ht now Haveealnel several pounila yacthsman and boatbullder nernls.! For .
,.a.. Trunks! Trunks! From the Battery In weight. I advlae all who...m.. from chromedlaeaaea trees every day or so for two or three sale by Jas. Prtt bard Ar Son, Titus- -.sue-
, to the Harlem Bridge to Your Room to write to Ur.>> PierceDr. .- weeks after tbe fruit has set. Theres vine, Fla.. Price .and $a each. t J-
For 23 Cent....', rierce's Flcaaaut Pellets regulatethe considerable apprehension of trouble -

It "If that sign was not the Irony of bowel with curculln this season. -Job Prlntlna of all kinds executed

fate in my case.' I do not know what HT We would esteem the favor if our Flushings, lacings and shaded effects at the ADVOCATE office. Send yonr order. Fine Job Work Quickly Executed

to call it""Oh readers, when writing or calling upon Indicate the latest tendency In the production -
that's a small affair alongside ,I''our advertisers to purchase merchandise, of rose novelties which art BANNER SALVE. !

CJf .experience! ," said Smith. "It I.Po I. ,I to., would mention the ADVOCATE. marvels of beauty. _.__. .hem"t healing salty the world. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.

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Professional Cards. .
.. WOMEN DRINKING, MORE WHEAT AND VETC-H. I -. L.iI :
5 BAD BLOOD W/.Iat Is '. /
M. BOBBINS ..cre Dr.a>ke>isiiemai Ma kAmoaisr .. I......... ..... MI..... w* Jl .sile>sws e> end ta. I In every town

CEO. IC..I...'. Oeaitle S... Ovaritis? sjnme. l.k.. G4 U.*.. K Ml.l...

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR BAD COMPLEXION.The It Is, I fear true that drunkenness The mixture' of ;noulvguiue /nud a a L and village :

AT-LAW. has lately Increased among Englishwomen A dull throbbing; pain, accompanied legume promises to be a very desirable be had ''J j
skin is the seat of an almost end. and not only among those' ot by a sense of tenderness and heat lowdown may : '
Will practloe In State and United States less variety of di.elUlft. Thilare known them who are dwellers In the' slums in the side with an occasional fprlnir green foddor. \Vhcaf and win .-c: the I':
Court. by various names, but to the booting pain Indicates Inflammation. ter (sand) ,vetch hare been grown for 4
but also among the well to do and the ,
same cause acid and other poisons ;tithe On examination It will be found that three years at .the Massachusetts station.
Office at TmraviLLK, FLA. blood that irritate wealthy. Indeed In regard to this vice swell ;
and interfere with the region of pain shows some :1
plnollng In L
made the
The first -
the proper action of the skin. the women of Great Britain, of all social ing. This is the first stage of ovaritis. : Mica :
-TN L. GAULDEN, To have a smooth soft skin free from grades and of all 'degrees of culture Inflammation of the ovary. If the roof late summer of 181)8) -winter killed owing

all eruption., the blood mu t be kept pure have a bad pre-eminence among of your house leaks. my sinter. you have In all probability to the fact that ,1

ATTOBSTEY-AT-LAW: and healthy. The many preparations of the English speaking. women of the It fixed at oot.81; why not pay the same the seed was sown too early (Aug. 1)).
arsenic and potash and the large numberof world. respect to your own body ? Axle :; ,
In The second 18DO. the spelling took
all the /
Will Court ,
practice nt the State face to let year
ot florid, and the United States Court. powders and lotions generallyused In the United States and Canada in- You need not jroa ought not place Aug. 23. and an excellent yield
in this class of diseases when of own sex
cover yourself one your
up go
1. U Bos 835. TITU8VILLK, FLA. for a short time, but cannot remove permanently toxlcatlqn among women Is comparatively won secured the following spring./ One V I
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Money to LoaD 18 the ugly blotches and the red. rare. In Australia Tasmania and one-half bushels'of wheat and one 1W Greasethat I )

disfiguring pimples. and New Zealand the condition of women bushel of veteli were sown to the acre "

L" J WEBB, Eternal vlgllanoe I. tha fti-loo as regards this Tide is tar better w at one sowing and covered with a

V. I of a beautiful oomp/cvjclon than It Is with us In England. It Is ;t., wheel barrow. Cutting. was begun *** makes your i
,ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I true that of the total number of persons I 31 before the wheat begiwi to
when such remedies are relied on. .i May just lta.B 4Ml horses
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th Mr.K.T. Shobe. '7 Circuit. Taxes paid for noa-resldents Mo, aaya "My daughter...afflicted fur yean women constitute rather less than Juno 5.The .

and rents and accounts collected.Tnnsyn.LK with rotated a diaflgunnff all treatment.eruption-bhe was her taken face to which two a third, but In that third few save yield was at the rate of ten tons I''I ,
celebrated health springs but received. bena. those belonging to' the "submerged" '
no
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of fodder to the acre; and rutting -
a FJlO: IDA.. fit. Many medicines were, prescribed! but without sections included.! Of the green ''I
reault. until..decided to try 8.8. 8.,and by are working wn continued for 12 days The springof If You Are Going North
the time the .t bottle waa Anisned' eruption class and tbe middle and upper class J backward I "
A.'D.. PENNEY, begin to .ari.ft;: -A dt>. bottles cured herCoinpietety female drunkards very few ever seethe moo was fully ten days This summer, see the special excursion : ''j'
her akin perfectly smooth. I and the rainfall quite deficient. Had rates that are offered by the /Seaboard:
She snow seventeen. years old;aad not a aiffn of Interior of a police court. Secret I
usual and
the weather been as warm as Air Line Hallway to the principal resorts
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the embarrassing disease baa ever returned. drinking Is their 'acourre. But there Is i :
W, S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure for deal fA the precipitation normal cutting would In the Carolinas, Virginia and the East, I
of
TITUSVILLE, . FLORIDA.. the worst forms of skin troubles. It is a great that. bare begun earlier If more of the Including Portsmouth Old Point, Washington I
the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the ID tills country: It Is customary: to attribute .. . fodder mixture hits been produced than Baltimore YorkProvidence,

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th only one guaranteed purely vegetable.Bad female Intemperance almost exclusively -. can be fed green, the balance may be Boston anti JlufTalo. Write A. O. Mao-

Judicial Circuit. blood makes bad complexions. to grocers license. Yet In made Into hay Donnell, A. O. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla I''

purifies and invigorates Gothenburg grocers' licenses form afar S. The vetch abundance of
develops an
the old and larger proportion of all licenses -Some of our down-river renders have
MORGAN & LYNCH, S S S makes new rich blood than they do In England. Yet women root nodules and must fix large quanti- forgotten the fact that this omce Is fully I

that nourishes, the there and throughout Scandinavia: generally equipped to do all kinds of job printing.
body and keeps tha Advertising and J'ob printing helps us to '
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE are exceedingly temperate. It ito :
kin and and in
active healthy proper MRS. AKHA ASTOH.
publish a newspAper worthy ot the East
something deeper reaching and much
Loans, Notary Public. condition to perform it* part towards Const and all we want is share of it. *
carrying off the impurities from the body.If less manageable than grocers' licensee holds out the holplnff,: hand to you, and a

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. you have Eczema Tetter. Acne, Salt bail as these are, that we owe this will advise you without money and

TITU8VII.X.E, FLA.GEO. Rheum Psoriasis, or your skin Is rough curse. Our fathers ate sour grapes, without price. Mrs. Plnkhnro's Write,labora-letter I
Is Mans.
and pimply, send for ourbook on Blood and our teeth are set on edge.-Agnes. tory at Lynn. and KIDNEY DISEASES
there symptoms
and Skin Diseases and write our physicians K. Slack In tellingall your i
Union Signal. ;
-
A. WOK LEY, about case. No charge what. get the benefit of the greatest experience
your '
In treating female illn..
ever for this service. '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY. ATLANTA 8A. llnxler on Alcohol. I wall uttering to such an extent are the most fatal of all dis
fronv ovarian trouble that physician I '
In a letter published In his "Life and my
General _
practice In State and Federal u. would be
thought an operation cases..
Courts. All business entrusted will --- : Letters, replying to a question as to :,

receive prompt attention. THE FOUR QUESTS. what he thought of alcohol as a stimulant neeellll..ry r.ydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound rrn rvt' KIDNEY CURE ll aO '
General Counsel to the brain In mental work Professor .
for the Tuttle Estate, --- having been recommended to
Miami. A knock at the door. but hs Huxley said me, I dcoUU'd to try it. After using ruLr. I 6uar.at9.i. Raoedj ; '" I

MIAMI, ,. FLORIDA. Was .....mlnlf a drum of fame. Speaking for myself-and perhaps) I'' several bottles I found that I wa
And tlu ont who knocked draw. "softly back may add for persons of my temperament cured. My entire system was toned
Lad agatk refunded. Contains I I
never b. ,
AMES\ ANDREWS, A knock at the door .came.. "soft- -I can say without. hesitation' up and I suffered no more with myovaries. or money
As soft, at: shy as a dove, that I would Just as soon take a dose' ."-M us. ANNA AsroN.Troy. Mo. remedies recognized by eminent . : I

ATTORNEY-A T-T.\.W. But the dreamer dreamed till tha guest waaone of arsenic aa I would of alcohol under .- I physicians the best for ': ::'
.
i
.Alain office and postoffioe address, TITUS- And(the,guest was Lo.... such circumstances. Indeed on tbs JINGLES AND JESTS. Kidney and Bladder troubles I: r"r"PRlc
VILLE. Branch office at FORT PIEKCK. whole I should think the arsenic safer,

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co A knock st the door; recta less likely to lead to physical and moral Iloev'd Vow Like IttDow'd i 5OG. ..... $'.oo. I I"" '

Notary Publio State at Large. Unheeding The dreamer deaf dreamed to *"

outright ,than to be alcoholized before Where river's I, ,
Of the on. who came that day.A :: a swlshln, .
knock .t the door! na more death. If a man cannot do brain work I Lyln full length on a green ,, WHXJAT AND WISTBB VICTOR WANTED-Tru.L..t'lrthy.n. and women to I
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, The cuest to that door came, without stimulants of kind be had Margin, whore the brauwlra (rant | ,' ties of atmospheric nitrogen. It has travel. and sdvertlse for old established house of :
any AI,,', worth the wlslilnt solid flnnnitlal standing. Salary S7tw e andexponiMiti ,
Tet the dreamer dreamed of the who .that year rt
been be and
on. found to digestible
,
better very j
turn to hard work. It la an In- all iaysble In'cash. No oaavaaslncnMtilred. "
ATTOJL. EY.AT-LAW, For called the guest.rts Psme. dication on nature's part that she did Bowed you Ilk. to be, this d.,. animals eat It freely. | stamped. Olvareferencea envelope.and Address enclose self aailnntMHt '

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, .. Dot mean him to,be.a head worker." Far from cities sunny, Wheat Itself when sown In early September 8M Csxtun Ii(allr', CIII"&IIO, llsnager t.ug Ill!,
A knock at the door, but still In s quiet country ranch, at. the ,rate of two bushels to !
JACKSONVILLE FLA. lie gave. no reply, You a-wauln In a branch*
"
"
Chamberlain's Colic the acre also make a satisfactory Subsoriberyouratteutlon Is drawnto
And the waiting guest gave a cheery hall Cholera and Diarrhoea Ain't that worth your money? '
Ere be alowly wandered by. Remedy has a world wide reputation Atlanta Constitution. spring green feed and Is considered the name-aod-date slip pasted. upon '
GEORGE w. ALLEN, A knock at the door; In dreams for its cures. It never falls and la preferable rye. If, however It can I your paper or wrapper. If you are la I, )
The dreamer fain would pleasant and safe to take. For arrears, pleasa remit.
grope sale by
Familiar BJxaimpl! begrown, together with a )leguminous i
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Till the guest stole on. with a humbled sigh all druggists and medicine dealer j't
"This said the schoolteacher the nutritive value of the fodder "
And tha guest was Hope. verse Sunday crop The :
Indian River '
KEY WEST Heal Estate
FLORIDA. -"i' "
"says 'to him that bath shall mixture Is decidedly enhanced.
Will practice In the United State A knock at th.-door.. ; 'twsa loud. .Nerd of 0... R..... be given.' You must have noticed Land from which wheat or wheat Agency Han. for Sale I'
With
I and State Courts. 9jun05T And tha mtght dreamer In .r stopped; stroke.In his dreaming There Is no more Important Improvement many Instances of the operation of this and vet h have been removed can be :r
needed In our than I Unimproved lands troni ;
I
thought country principle. Will you mention one?" Immediately sown to corn, corn and '' |2.00 to 925.00

1 O. FRIES, C. E. And suddenly ...010.. good roads. tJood road mean better "Yes'm," said one of the little < J. A knock at the door be ran people. bUtt road mean, more busl- "When 10 acre orange grove, near Tltusyllle i' I U''
CdUNTY With the swiftness. of a breath ,nksus for th.<. .iiifii-linutw... Hood road. you've got a sore eye. all the some trees beaming, t.MOO.OO.( I
SURVEYOR. And the door swung wide, and th. guest came. bugs and things fly Into It."-Chicago SHIPPING B acre I: '
Land in.And ru.'ltll Improifluent In vnhie of our real WATERMELONS. orange grove, near TltusvllleV
legally and
surveyed sub-divided Tribune.
Mapping neatly done. Estimates the guest waa Death. ""IIIIIt'- :\\'tI'' Urlfitiitf Tluifs-Deniocrat.! with 10 acres of land, some bearing : I' I
all kinds for Baltimore American.The . . FleltlnsT ..* Loading I. Cara-flints 00000.
lines of engineering ,works. Disputed Extreme hot wentherlnagreat: tax up The' ....ltI. TrsieU.A to Commercial Grower.. Orange /grove and pineapple farm, at I'

a specialty. ) Re>.on> I.. I.. on the digestive power nf babIes; wli.-n girl may decorate the parlor table A south Texas: truck grower has Mlcoo, !CH good iioai,I Ing; trees, with' 1 aor :' ;
TITLT5YILL.H!:, ,Brevard Co., FLORIDA., tie-It's strange you members of the when puny and feeble they should be with the photographs of half a dozen given tli IB advice on picking and shipping shed for pines/tood dwelling, 1,000.00 !' I

Vassur alumnae don't hold class reunions. Blven a done of White's Cream Verml. men but, It'. the man whose tintype watermelons, : 80 acres of pine and hummock land for I

N S. BURNHAMM.D. fuge. Price 25cU.: I). R. Wilson A Son. she. keeps on her bureau that she generally The proper condition for picking Is Sebastian oranges and lilver pines. on 1C, K. south of j II

She-Not at all. You may as well uk A Truly T... Dog lion'. .' 'thinks the most Philadelphia when not quite ripe' enough, for good House and 42, *acres 800.00 of land, beautiful d Ii'1'

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, a woman bel- age as to auk her to acknowledge Here Is ao Australian dog story from Times. eating at the time. It Is,easy to tella river front, 2 mites of Ecu GalUe. '$000. f

Ear, Nose and Throat. what year she graduated in. the! back block.i A sheep dog bad been I ripe melon but more 'difficult to 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, river ,I':,

Philadelphia. Tress. brought from a station Into a small For digestive weakness, nervousness, know., just when It should bo picked front at Georgiana. $700, I""
] WEST PALM BEACH pains |Inl| the side, flatulence dlizlnesa Apply 'at to II'
FLORIDA. township and fretted after the- aheep. for shipment., An expert can' tell by once :
.... ..........'. One wakefulness headache and other vnnoy D..L. GAULDCIT, Manager. I
----------------- : Tn _ ) r>olnaT*. day not a child was to be seen Ing accompaniments of thumping t ew. AI'Q. that the curl '

dtyman bled to lipid and nasal. about tb"-place, and a. evening cam bins Is a prompt and costiveness Her- near the stem of the melon'Jill I dead and Tltusvllle,.,Fla.. : I
unequaled remedy.
VirgIJHOMOS .When thought fame the the air.heeled might spell.D do him. good; tbe township became alarmed. Search Price, 6 -cents. 1). K. Wilson A Son.: I If the bottom. ,. of the ipeloq I Is of proper r t
''"was"' _.
whiteare..
made
Th. firmer did him well. and the Juveniles were .

Evening S,-. found huddled up. In tbecorner Of.a Death Par Are.... The melons should never be pressedon t

paddock_ ,where tbe' dog bad' rounded .New South Wales attaches tho death with the band to test them, M this

You learn all about Virginia Lands,, A WORTHY-SUCCESSOR. tem! up. He bad no sheep ,to look after penalty to ll setting! tire to a dwelling Injures! their ripening. In very' early 5 Always Frwah..

Its resources, produot., mode of oul 'so be took the children. The narrator house, knowing that a Is there.Ast'otld picking several melons soouia 'i>e cut AiwystJseBet. yr
tlvation, prloes etc., by reading the a of (his lie guarantees It aa a fact. ,- person ss samples to test the accuracy of appearances. p
Virginia Something New ".d.. The Ban." I
Farmer. Send ,10ots. ., The stem'of metoun shouldbe
for 3 months subsorlptlon' to the All doctors have tried to cure Catarrh It Work Doih War MUtak.. clipped, with a knife and left the
Farmer Owing to au Indian mistaking on
.... Co.' Kmporla. Va. by the use of powders, acid gases, In hairs -You are an ungrateful child 1 If it time word "hallow"Interpreter fruit. dTta
for
"halloo"many
and
drugs/ paste form. Their pow. badn't been for you. I could have In loading be
should
goneto there three men
HAVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON den dry up the mnouous membrane I ili.* mothers' ." years ago the IxmT. I'rnyvr of
Rapid Calker If not call at the store causing them to crack open and bleed. congress.it the Delaware'tribe'' reads to this day with each .wagon ,one to select clip

of Jas. Prltchard & Son. Tltusyllle. The powerful acids used In the Inhalers HI It hadn't been for mE' you cooldll'tha : "Our Father, who art In heaven hallooed and place the melon. and the others to .:.. aold ..ve.ywlisrs.aoi ., \;

It Is an 'article that should ba In the have entlrelyjiaten! away the same raemtranes "I' gone, because you wouldn't have be thy no mo." load the wagon., The bottom 'of the s..d Annual rr_ '
posei8loQ of every boajbiillder and that their makers have aimed to been a mother."-Cleveland Plain Deal -- wagon should be bedded with dry I. II. nil' .II., DlnltT.Miflil. "

yacht man. 'Read the testimonials are, white paste and ointments cannot er. straw or bo,. and care should be usedto 'I "

from first-clans. atblllldera.A each the dlse.iae. An old and exper- 0.. of Ha r War*. Women as Well as Men prevent. Injury to, melons from the d . .. *.
booed practltloneer! who hits for
many "The ways of the female shopper Ides and euds of the wagon.: 'Tlie car
Are
yean made a close study and specialty of Made Miserable .
by
the treatment of CATARRH has at last. are "beyond the ordinary salesman'. also should be well bedded before load- The Largest and ,Most Com- I I1nlto

perfected a treatment which when faithfully ken. said a disgusted/ optician who Is Kldney'Trouble.' IuS. ,

Sample copy of one of the beat farm used not only relieves at once, but In business! In the shopping 5SM t'Ofl Gt When three or four rows of the flrst Establishment South. '

I permanently cures CATARKII by removing the t<-lty. "A woman caw> In here l be layer ( f melons have been placed I" S. HACKER
papers published, free, If you will send the cause stopping/ the dlscharg-/ other day and asked the prices of'iii Kidney trouble preys upon the mind. dls- one end of the car the second) layer CEO & SON,

your name on a postal card, mentioning ea. and curing all Inflammation. It I. the kind and styles of spectacles.and eye- ourares and lessens ambition; beauty vigor should then' be comDleD fd. Dot by '

| this. paper. nly'remedy known to science that actually -. glasses known to those In the trade. a. u..J: and cheerfulness soon placing1 melons against the end of the
reaches the aflllcted parts. This Finally after : disappear when the kidneys 'I I
bait but
a boor's quizzing!; car, by placing them In hollow
wonderful "
la known.
remedy 3XUPFLKS -
TUB PLOWBOY Co., the GUARANTEED CATARRH she rmtled'out with the remark: .I. or diseased.are out of order spaces made by four of the brat layer reWL4I

Atlanta, Oa.BO CURE." and Is. sold at the extremely low "Thank you. I expect to get a pair of . Kidney trouble has aDd so on with the other tiers or layers. I
price of One Dollar, each package con- I glasses for a birthday present and I 'L' become so prevalent This will cause the !load of melons to t

aiding Internal and external medicine JSM wanted to know about the prices I that It Is not uncommon lope, from each end of the car., This
sufficient for a full month's treatment of them' "Philadelphia Record. \ for a child to bs born space 'eaD be filled up when the upper

and everything neceaaary to perfect use. i.- ', afflicted with weak kid- layer of the load I I. placed en It neces
YEARS "SXUFPLES" Is the only perfect CATARRH YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED. h ( fI YI. lithe child urln- sary. +1

EXPERIENCE ______'u CURE_ .. _ever. made_ and. Is now ales too often. If the Loading, should progress from each
ecojnize" aa> ton onlY sale ana positive urine scalds tha flesh or If. when the child ,
I curs for that annoying dfgustlng dlaaae. At Panama,Colombia, by Cham : reaches an are when It should be able to end at the same time and flnlsb In the
I
It cures all Inflammation quickly ber Iain's Colic CUolera and control the pa.s" '". It Is yet afflicted with center (If the car, and boards or slats .- .--

and permanently and Is also! quick t>> reline Diarrhoea ICemedy. bed-wetting depend upon it. the cause of should be nailed on the car to prevent -

IIA Y FEVER orcold In the HEAD Dr. Chiu. H. Utter a prominent the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first the melons from resting. against the MANUFACTURERS OF
ply
.; CATARRH when neglected often leadsto slcUn of Panama Colombia, In a recent step should be towards the treatment of ear doors. Doors Sash Blinds
THAOC' MARKS CONMUIPTIOY-fSNUP'FLXS"wlll letter states t "Laat March I bad as these important organs. This unpleasant Each car should contain melons of I ,
.DCBIQNS save you If you use It at once. It Is no patient a trouble ls due to a diseased condition of the '
a the
young/ lady sixteen same size and
years: of*ge variety as tar as pos Mcnldiog!
COPYRIGHT Ac. ordinary remedy bat a complete treatment kidneys and bladder and & BoildiDg Material.
who not
AuInw, bad a very bad attack of to a habit as sible. When this
=rn.::'k.f.h .wt 1WtPtk'I fliP which Is positively-guaranteed dysentery most people cannot be done then
to suppose
:
uuIy Everytblpg I
oplnk.u fr. wI.tb.r prescribed for her
.....Ietlooll"w. I. prob.III" ,,,PN1.nahIe.,,,. Cn.imunWq.. are CATARRH la any form or stage If ineffectual and she was proved Women as well a* men are made mIserable different sizes/ and varieties may be Office dk WaterOoms, king, opposite
f. ";'. S.I4..t .,.",.ey for Itwidi..wk...'nrlu5 on pat.ntm.Pa..ta used according to the directions which every hour. Her parents growing worn with kidney and bladder trouble, separated In opposite ends of the car. Cannon Street.Charleston
IF ...,-Ice.us "h tlirouvh_ Must,, : u. t.c.la. accompany each package. Don't delay would die. She had become were. sure abe and both need the same great remedy.' The little ,0ctlon or fraud so commonof
$ ? a>yunnrm,u|+UWclefflific but send for it at once, and write full she could not turn over In so bed.weak What that The mild and the Immediate effect of placing'tbe largest melons on the S. C.

American.woxslr. particulars as to your condition and you to do at this critical moment Swamp-Root U soon realized. It 1 14. sold top layer of the load deceives no one
11., ,,".......1'm-.t I.arset .rtrFoley's will receive special advice from the dt- for me, but I thought hf Chaarnberlaln's was a atndy by drugglsU. In' fifty- .. .... and Is hardly permissible or honorable. Sash Weights e Cord and

.''vt-ii. m..iIba...,""*..,"*"."' ,, ,..a.'i If_.., a coverer of this wonderful I remedy regard Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cent and' one dollar .:: ,
i.w.d.4.r.. leg your cane without coat to you beyond and .. a laat sizes. You may have a Hardware.
nU1Z, & D8 : -l tIew! York be regular! price of "SNUFFLES" the most wonderful resort result prescribed It. Tho sample bottle by mail leaded Oil For Oml.. 1f..C.
: was
-HI'icti uifl..s. ; P : D.C. GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE." Within eight! hours she wan feeling effected.much Tree also pamphlet.ella .fIC Iw__ A well known seedman states that Window and Fancy Gras
Sent prepaid to any address the United better; Inside of three she Ing an about It. Including many 'cf the maggots can be kept from destroying

Kidney Cure States or Canada on receipt of *1. her feet and at the nui!dale .. wiwlc waa upon w** thousands of testimonial letters received onions by sprinkling along the rows of A SPECIALTY.

zIlakzs Address DepC C 705. EDWIN B. GH.EJj: entirely .welL"- For sale by all drugtrisU ron aufrei oared. In writing Dr. Khmer growing plants sand scented with kerosene. - ,

kidneys and Madder right. (.::0., 2U30-33: Market. St. rhlladelphia. and medicine dealers. Sc mention Co.. Binghamton this N. Y.. be aura and I f Stir a half pint of oil Into ten DYSPEPTICIDS
paper.
quarts of sand. .
Th. ur.t.st aid to CIGiI::: TIONa
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4. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 2, 1901.

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JAMKS. PKITCHABD, President; WM. M. BHOWN Vlce.pre.irT:

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. ATLANTIC BEACH, ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING.GUARANTEED C. S. ScifiYI.ER Cashier. "I


The editor of the ADVOCATE closed ; INDIAN RIVER STATE
A WBBKI.T JOURNAL DBVOTCD TO THB D_.IOPMBHT /- his sanctum last Saturday and, BANK
Or TUB INDIAN H1VBB, LAZE
WORTH AND DISOAVHB BATIKOTIOItt.PUBLISHED grip in hand hied himself to the FOR 10 YEARS GOOD FOR 25: YEARS. J

now famous Atlantic Beach, wherea COUNTY DEPOSITORY.,,
WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIUS.
most delightful Sunday was
EVERY FRIDAY. Authorized capital $100 I
"
spent. The Continental hotel, a Paid up capital, $25'Average COO
OABLBS H. WALTON, Editor & publisher. magnificent structure was filled to
,
The deposits $ i :
its utmost capacity, but that able Carder-Campbell Company 0O,00p
Discontinuance of .. at this. office or by writing. and courteous gentleman: Manager
11. W Merrill handled the Transacts a General
great Bankint'
Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Check,etc., may be made.payable to CHAHLBS crowds with an ease and grace

9. WALTONjjulillnlior. which made everyone feel perfectly -Southern Soiling Agents for- Business

Address all communications to at home. In! all the sea of faces WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND: GRAVEL

EAST COAST ADVOCATE we failed to note one that indicatedthe Largest and Oldest Bank on (the
I RIver
,
Paint
Cabot's Felts. National
ROOFING. Shingle Stains and Deadening '
FLORIDA.
TITUSVILLB least trace of ill humor or dis j1 Exchange bought and
h sold on .11 I
content. Everybody had come with Works' Structural and Technical Paints. i I rf 4 Couatriee.I "'I gJIl'.tronaKe

U. S. Department of AgricultureWelther I a determination to have a good
HIGH POINT, GRANITE WORKS 81'ARTANUURG, S. C. I appreciated ,
Ititreuii-Jupiter, .: 16. time, and we can safely say without CRUSHED STONE, CURB BLOCK and BUILDING STONE. '4 '. ,p,4 .treatment, aDd every favor Prompt conxial.rn'C', "r \11",1111,,.
I fear of contradiction, that the I .?L + g serratlve banking granUKl

The following/ is a comparative statement facilities for enjoyment were pot DERONDE'S "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT. CORRESPONDENTS!'
Seaboard .
r. National Hank of Xe" ,
of temperature and rainfall for the lacking. A fine orchestra discoursed -- -- --.- r_u 'a vVA National Bank of Jacksonville, Fla rk M
week ending Tuesday, July 80, 1K)1.
--1901-- -1000DATE. at intervals, music of the highest THE COUNTY POOR FARM. BUCKWHEAT CULTURE. TI'1 U 'PIILI.:1: FLA.Jtx .

MAX. MIN. MAX.' MIN. order, and the spacious parlor '-

24 $7 73 8H 78 and long verandas were filled wit)! FORT PIERCE: July 31, 1001. DKFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.,Aug. 1,1001 --
23 711 71 8i 70 attentive and
211 87 71) 85 76 delighted guests. Editor East Coast Advocates Editor East Coast Advocate:
27 87 71) 8/1$ 73 The grounds around the hotelare I , OurStore '
Dear blr-Our Brevard County' Com Why la there so little Buckwheat grownon
28 87 80 HO 78 as beautiful as nature assisted missioners are entering upon plans for a the southern farm, is a question often 1

21) 87 76 87 711 by art can make them. Luxurious home for the unfortunate poor and disabled asked by those who take an Interest in Is open but 6 days In the a '>
30 HII 77 91 73 l lawns stretch away from the hotelin humanity and to us who are In southern agriculture.
Total rainfall for. the week: 2.70 bright carpets. of while possession of all our faculties and a living Replies to this question might be so ., week. During that time u ; x,;; '
Departure from normal rainfall for the green
hustling of "the man varied their nature that wo would be
representation I
week: plus LOS Inches. Departure picturesque palms rustling in the with a hoe" will have to account. It Is at a loss to know what Is really the rea- s we find opportunity to offer, ,r ?

from normal rainfall, since January 1, cool sea breezes continually wave by no means an Innovation, as neighbor- son of Its absence on.such large scalp. while it lasts,
pins 13.31 Inches.H salutes to the beauty and charm Ing counties that bave provided for the { One and the most prominent, Is that the t
AL. P. HA item, Observer around them. Fifty from indigent find it eminently successful southern farmer thinks Buckwheat belongs 16c. Matting, a roll, 40 yds. $480,
yards
__ on. 'n __ __ _ . n' both In profit to the counties and pro- to a rigorous climate aud will not
the Continental rolls the throbbing viding untold relief and cimfort to the succeed In a southern latitude. Whereas 30c. Matting a roll 40 yds.. . . $9.6O

HAVE you looked on the East mighty, living ocean, which upon Inmates. the exact reverse is' the case, for it Is a

Coast for a future home? No bet this occasion was as blue as the Our committee should be especially crop of all crops that thrives and does Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.

ter place on the green earth. firmament above it, and .a*" peace- particular in regard! to the selection nnd well on the southern tar'm. I have been
purchase of such lands as will yield growing it more or less for twelve years,
t ful stormhad
i -| i r- r < as though ho ever quick returns that there may be no waiting and the longer I grow it the hotter I likeIt.

JUDGE J, C. R. Foster, until recently swept in roaring wind and lurid for things to gr.>w. To bo more explicit It can be sown at any tine of the
judge of the city court of flame across its undulating bosom. lands that are planted in fruit year, and as It quickly matures several THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

St. has been Into This; "sea 'of glass" plunged trees in bearing, combining suitable veg. crops can be made In a season. It Is emInently ,
Augustine appointed
etable gardens; on same, to be cuperintended adapted for a catch crop where .
Adjutant-General, of the State. of hundreds of bathers, who, driven by a competent truck farmer and others fall, and is one of the best soil

Florida., Judge Foster is a man of from the heat and 'Hust! of crowded fruit grower. Our unfortunate brothers renovators In existence. Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

sterling qualities and will give sat. cities eagerly sought the cooling and sisters who perforce must accept the True, the straw of It does not amountto :t:
shelter of this beneficent home will feel much for anything but bedding;, but
isfaction in the -ofllce which he waves of tha broad Atlantic. On s,, ';
to by adding his or her feeble mite of labor the grain Is a valuable feed for all stock, .
has been appointed. every side was beauty and In every each day that they have become .Inde particularly young stock and poultry. Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick....,
t broad walk and shatly'nook ,there pendent spokes.In the revolutions. of the Those growing Crimson Clover will find

SCIENTISTS: tell us that It is only lingered a charm which might have great industrial wheel we nave one a crop of Buckwheat sown at the same Offices foot of Uogan Street Jacksonville Florida. Telephone Xo 202
Anderson time valuable shade for the clover
.beea evoked'by some fairy's wand. man in mind Wm. a pensioner a
the female mosquito that does the Atlantic Heach Is on the county who In an expert poultry when young'/ and very apt to be burned J. K. JIUNNERLYN, General Manager.MeMurray& .
I' biting. This Is entirely in harmony destined to be farmer. The old gentleman Is 81 years by the un's rays. And after It ripens It .
the great summer resort of the him In suit' be stubble for the - .
with the sex, and shows conclusively old and fairly active. Place can cut, leaving a long --- -
i ] that the female'm08qulto United States.. Quite a large per able surroundings and provide him a clover's protection. The grain; of the
even of the northern good stock of chickens ducks And turkeys Buckwheat can be used to advantage for
centage people are Baker
knows how to be snappish. It is a
and his receipts will be an agl'.aabl6IIurpl'lso feuding.
safe that beginning to learn the real truth official 1'artles Alfalfa find Buck-
} assertion however, only to the county dni\ growing ,
' female mosquitoes have visited the about Florida summers. For years lug the course of yenr. wheat, sown at the same time a great

; East Coast of Florida. we have been trying to drill into Another suggestion we would like to help to make the Alfalfa take a better 440 West IJay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
? the minds of our northern friends venture the mating of the Belgian hnre. foothold In the noil. Alfalfa, of Bourse,
1 Experiments prove this a paying. Industry uliouid tie sown lathe ]Full say last of Headquarters for-
that 1<
Florida l it all the
ONE strike succeeds another and taking euro- If frosts should over-take the gardens .September( 'or October and the Buckwheat
, met round I is the coolest !Stole: In let there be an Income from a source Mown at the same time will, with
there is no indication of a break in the Union. Certainly, Atlantic that would not lie Injured by freaks end l ldepmturea Its rinds In the soil, protect the young Wagon >Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

program at ,any point.! Can it he Beach Is not an exception to the In old Mother Nature's Alfalfa until It can take care of Itself. ,

, that the prosperous era 'I Is already rule for there we felt no suffocating er vane. "eath-I These and a few more uses to which It and Suntlrlee."KELLY" .
11 passing and that "a We can not refrain from expressing can be applied make It a very desirable
to
; we re again
. I be air, .and the gentle breezes the hope tha*, in this home that Is intended crop to have. But if one should want a SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheel
i confronted with the awful
condition from the ocean were as cool and i to administer to the temporal crop of Itself the mouth of August I It the
\! that prevailed in 02 and refreshing as any one could wish needs of Buffering end afflicted Ijumanlty, best time to sow the seed. at short notice.
, } '03? To th.e least conducted Sabbath It does well to follow almost
say these num for. Be sure and visit the Continental I that there may be a any crop
erous strikes are suggestive of song service and prayer meetlnir, and and will succeed on almost any kind of
hotel and thus be convincedof may they be brought to a full knowledgeof : Bull. It will grow; on the poorest and
something wrong somewhere. the truthfulness of these state Uod's love and mercy and that lie thinnest of southern sands, and will makean I ::d WATCHES CLOCKS
men ts. doeth all things well. excellent crop on all of our bottom N )
AGAIN the Columbia has beaten AMOK BELL HARBIN. lands. On tho sandy soils however It 141JJL'fj\ I
the Constitution Fort Pierce Fla., July :8(1(>, 1001. will requite considerable feitllizlng to = Diamonds
and thus provedto THE CLYDE LINE. give the best results. But in this It Is ? 11I11111 n'' II.'"'1'-; .. Jewelry, ,,
the world that !.= "
pat building like nil other crops In I hat liberal and ';;:'< .
reached the some of perfection in UNITED LAND COMPANY. judicious fertilizing always pays best; )! a "Souvenir Wedding; Rings; and Present,

the Columbia. There is no It is unquestionably true that for I IInd that the fat mar who does not J WlFflU1n1 Waltham Watches, etc
question '
that the Columbia in all the Clyde Line lidding a great business :>Ir. C. W. Ward the energetic secre use fertilizers with a free hand these f III'
tin this season and the Indications tary of the United Land Co., arrived days, never has'much of a crop to show ; t iriJLUWhJ;
round better boat than the Constitution that will from Washington on Sunday with the for his work let It be Buckwheat or any .. FIKEWATCH ul JEWELRY REPAIRING
,. for the new defender is only are they continue to news that the reorganization of the new thing else. If this crop Is sown for Its
swift in light winds. Sir Thomas do business at the old stand for company has reached a definite stage. grain, the grade of fertilizer must be A SPECIALTY.
lift the from many moons to oom '. The gentle He brought with him a deed from'Regi higher than If Intended for soil improve Watch inspector for Plant B)stem, and also) for Jacksonville &Southwestern R'j.

may yet cup us. men who are at the head of this sold F. Huldekoper to. the United Land ing purposes. A suitable brand for a Spectacles and Eyeglasses., Charges paid one way. R. J. RILEb:,

great steamship company are thoroughly Co., covering all the lands and property full crop should analyze about three par _ ________ 225 W..RaT St.. JACKSONVILLE!:, FLI.W .
cent cent m
eight
the Dlsston Land nitrogen phosphoricacid
ATLANTIC BEACH is ,being largely) recently sold under Co. per .
capable, and have done foreclosure proceedings. The deed covers and eight per cent potash; It should
patronized by people from other much towards making the Clyde over two million acres in the counties of be plowed under the green or semi-ripe

Statea. Sometime, in the near future Line what it really Is-one of the Oscoola, DeSoto, Polk\ !Dade Breva'rd stage. Five! per cent nitrogen and eight
t our northern friends will also most flourishing institutions of its Orange and Lee the bulk of them being per cent potash, with thesamephorpbor*
learn that Florida is the place for kind in the In DeSoto anti Osoeola. The original Ic acid would do. Four to six hundred .r
South.
book of pounds'per ought to give good account -
them to their deed Is a printed nearly 100
spend summer well
as There are boats-plying: between 'pages, beautifully bound in red Morocco, of Itself on any of our southern
as their winter vacations and then Jacksonville and New York, and is by long odds the handsomest document sols.) There are a great many uses that
will we see the fine hotel at Allan- of which ia ever drawn In Florida. At eachcounty.seat this crop can be put to. Not the least
tlo Beach crowded with .people every one doing an immense a copy of the deed bound In valuable Is In the peach orchard by plowing

other then hose from the Southern amount of business. Superintendent a large cover the size of the regular record it under just as the first frost strikesIt. 4ALIi
\ Howard recently informed books, and separately numbered will It Is a sure remedy for out worms In
States! us that the Seminole which be filed by Mr. Ward. The revenue the soil. Have neon soils so thick with .: rs.aurr I
sailed on the 28th of stamps on the deed amount In value to cutworms that nothing would be allowedto
July
was
THE: Washington Post says that (1)1)8.75\) and the consideration Is two grow that they would eat. With one
packed with passengers Insomuch million dollars. crop of green Buckwheat turned underIn Ill i
the of the British r.y
gunners war ship that cots had to be provided for This deed will be followed l In a few the fall not a single worm was to be ti t :

Terrible ,have been doing some phe. some of them. From. Atlantic days by a mortgage for'one million dollars seen next year or for many years after

noroenal shooting with their heavy Beach we saw this splendid vessel to the Central Trust Co., of New ward. A few successive crops of peas
guns at Wei-IIai.Wel. Last Ifork.-Klislmmee O.zette.FLOATING' or beans plowed under are great breeders
year as It moved majestically out of the of worms of all kinds, because their roots =::
the
lame crew established a world'srecord mouth of the St. John's river and and every part of them are so sweet,

by making a percentage of swept seawards, and even at that PALACES. making a perfect nest for the worms,

76.8 hits on the targets, but on thia distance-something like five mileswe that something is necessary to kill them Best Material., Lowest Prices.

occasion they made 80: per cent, could plainly see that the decks The steamship Arapahoe sailing from off This can always be successfully accomplished
by planting Buckwheat in
thus beating their New York for Jacksonville August let,
previous high were crowded with passengers, will be the second new ship put In seevice the late fall and leave it on the groundall

record. bound for New York; and other seaport by the Clyde line within the past winter-as a cover crop. If this Is not
.. Ilx days. The new. sister shlpa Apache! desirable It can be turned under and QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
THE Electoral Bill drafted the and Arapahoe are beyond doubt too finest oats, wheat! rye or barley sown at the
by t The Clyde
, \ Steamship Company coastwise passsengersblps ever built same time, when It; will prove an excellent -
N Cuban Constitutional Convention, Is to be congratulated for having and are fitted np luxuriously, having( fertilizer as well as a worm killer. I Bond: Lumber Titflsville.A
: for Cuba, la an elaborate measure, secured the services of such pop every appliance known to modern ship] might also mention Its pleat; utility as a Co. .
Y and provides'for universal suffer- ular and responsible ,men as those building. A trip from Jacksonville to honey maker, but It gives a dark colored ,

,\ age with restriction. as to office, who comprise its officers. New York In one of the floating palaces honey and unless late In the fall and Trial Order Will Convince.S. .
SuperIntendent in the It is not
of the Clyde Line la a pleasure long to be early spring a success for
holding. All officers must bq ableto Howard is never too busy remembered, and what a relief It Is to bees, in that the nectar of the blossomsIs O. VANLAKDIXGHAM, Manager. Titusville, FlaMasury's
read and write and of certain to show proper courtesy to those get away from the dust and dirt of rail I so easily dried up by our hot southern -

specified ages. The President must who call upon him for Information, travel and breathe the pure ozone-of the sun, so that during the summer the bees -
be 40 briny deep. Judging from the heavy cannot work on It after early morning or
years old and Senators 35, and the Florida
passenger agent until late In the afternoon.
lists north Paints
of now going by Are Not
passengers
years of age. No one is elllglble Mr. F. M. Ironmonger and Col. C. this popular line, they must be doing a These few remarks on this useful crop Cheap ,Paints.

to hold office who has not been naturalized P. Lovell are ever ready, In their fine business. Each ship from Jacksonville will, I trust, stimulate a few more to try

1l for a period of 8 years. genial way, to add such other in* carries a full list and our home people it, when I know they will be pleased But It Is to
formation. be desired. Not are largely In evidence. Secure your with It. C. K. McQuARRiE.: economy use then Liquid Colors (ready for DM) OQ.llt 1.50 per
may reservations at the ADVOCATE office, TI- gaUon.; Railroad Colon (paste form
) co.twben mixed with oil ,1.2 per
HON. 'V. A. llocker of Ocala, only Jacksonville, but all Florida tusville; or from Mr. F. M. Ironmonger, A. R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., had gallon. For sole only by
judge of the fifth circuit ; Iron E. should be proud of this fine line of Florida Passenger agent, Jacksonville.J3T to get up ten twelve ti mes In the night, _

A C. Maxwell, of l>>Pensacola judge ol ocean steamers, and when prepare and bad severe backache and pains in the GEORGE: F. :P.A.X>DISC>1'1".
the first circuit; and lIon. JamesF. ing to take an ocean trip to New : As an advertising medium, no kidneys. Was cured by Foley's Kidney

Glenn, of Tampa, have been York you should patronize the Clyde ADVOCATE.paper on the East Give Coast ns a can trial beat adv.the, Cure. It's guaranteed. Wilson Son LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL. EAU OALLIE, FLORIDA. '

chosen as commissioners to assist Line and thus insure yourself a and be convinced of the pink paper1 Notice. ::::

the /Supreme Court in Its dutlea. good time. worth. H. A HQDGES.

Let ua hope now that the long congested ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: : ... .
TO
.by. afar this cUM I will,
docket will speedily be clear HON. Alonzo C. Croom has been Wedding Stationery. beh-Il'b;::; Rut of florid. eaeout.on a Manufacture of
ed and clean. It is Tu reed to It. K. Minis, Jr.. and W. H. Maxwell ,CJprcss
up kept a relief named a. Comptroller vice W. II. The ADVOCATE: having received a nice for th.following to think that clients may not Reynolds] deceased. 1Ir. Croom lot of the latest type and stationery, is tuck W, Tltuivillo.. .Section. 3, Townihlp XIkMith ROUGII AND DRESSED. .
,of Range to Era solil for taxes Jane Bth Orange Box Crate
gij have to wait aixyeara decisions, baa bad a long and honorable record now prepared to execute on short notice, :H H Unless good CAIIM be ftlMmn me on or eforaepMmher any one contemplating Beads, Fruit ad Vegetable '
now that three good men have been and will doubtless make a goodomcer Weddlog Invitations, Announcements Srrt. .why I Should not iHue laid lILY part of Florida, would do shedding their pineapples or oranges or baildfog
Oeeil. This Angst tad. 1001. well to write
for .
and Ladies visiting cards. Give ns prt .. The saw mills are
your at Buffalo
Bluff
added to the court (Leech) 'A. A. STEWART near palatka the ocaanl
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orders. Circuit ... W. Ry. Lumbel'dellyere .
Clerk Court BrevArd County. pare of the East Coaat. ,. Ic
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E. H. ARMSTRONG Eden. t

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-_. .... ... Pineapple shipments are,growing lens, ,

but they are still going forward daily. Wholesale Dealer In Charlotte Street. North of Plaza ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. '

J. If.... LeTourneau sold a 'quantity of FOR YOUR't: I

Smooth Cayenne pineapple pUnU, last GROCERIES FRUIT AND PR DUCE.... ,

week. .for,shipment to Honduras.
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Messrs. t"J. C. Matthams and Ben Pot Furniture Mattresses Pillows

ter spent Thursday, of last week. In Eden Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ,

as the Knouts of J. U. Le'rou reran. .
ONE OF THE'OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY '
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. Mrs. F B. Richards and children returned I PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, ," ;
on Sunday night after a very I' I I

EYE SPECIALIST. pleasant In visit of three months to relatives -I We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating rotators and Cow Pea, ZEBro-clzets:: : 7 ira.d.o-: s7- Sla.sid.oa, i :I' I.,
southern :New ,
Jersey. I We also full lice of Hay Grain and Feed. We want
street Fla. guaranteed genuine. carryJi ,
Jacksonville
j W Bay :
,C. A. Robinson took a party of brother your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.. AND FANCY CABINET WARE. j I, ,

Masons to Fort Pierce on the launch, to I' MARX BROTHERS; Jacksonville Fla
attend the regular meeting of tie lodge. N. Undertaking) Department entirely separate. ''j I,
West Palm Beach. They had a most delightful trip. Q:1r": We only Sell to Dealers. \. I : ,

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We are glad to note Mrs. F. O. MoMul- :

Miss( Mary Lou Hatchet will.. entertain lln's rapid improvement in the past two Melbourne it\ Eau Gallie. Roseland Guardlaii's Notice of AplllclstIole'I: ,;

r school-mate Mis Willie Hahn of weeks. She was.. able to make the tripto ; To Sell Laiidso'rlva 'llll !

ami, for a few weeks. Fort Plerceby launch last week and '
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County Surveyor 'Oeo. D. Butler has enjoyed It very much. Theo. Deyman the piano tuner Is atilT Dr. Holmes v.n GOODE A OOODE -Real Estate unit Loans 18 HRRRltY HIVKN THAT On
ved his family up from Pompanu. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. "Walker who have Agent for jKtna, London anil Liverpool and away on his rounds. on professional business. -VT_T\ day (lie :SMih .hy..t August, A. I). \ Ii Ii
ey are domiciled in a cottage on Fein spent three months In the pineapple folio, Providence Washington, Hun sad lit unilersliined aa guardian of the .MON'I"'I" I
eet. country-Miami Lake Worth St. Lucia cUte Fire Insurance. Special attention pale. Porson pitddlson left for his new duties The orange crop will not be as largeas Hevwaril A. I'ato'n,.lobn M, 1'ttxton and 'i
to the Interest ot non.residents. at Fort Pierce on Sunday last. last season. More rain would be acceptable C.I'a.ton. minor heirs of Florida V. .'.. I
and Mrs. F. H. Houghton Intend River Eden and Ankona being In turn to the "- tloceasorl, will apply tn Hon. Minor B. Jones..Indue .,1 t'I I
Dr. visited have left for their home in Orlando HOTBL CARLKTON-Open the year round. Illghtf )&. Letters from friends In Olean N. Y., growers.Nearly of the Circuit ('AlUrt..f tlm Heventh ,lndlilal , I I
their Ohio home '
for about
ivlng on or ill spot to spend winter or lummer. Iocatoil report the weather a* still extremely bot.'E' one-half of the railroad brldffe % Circuit of Florida, at Tltusvllle, Florida 't\\ :
1'itli:; of much to the sell sale the Interestof j '
a August, ingret on high blulf overlooking the Indian has been le-bnilt. The balance. will be for allth irlty to at private 'I
legion of friends. Much land is being prepared for plant Kiver. Terms moderate. Splller Is still working on his contract edO Infants (each" Itelnn an undivided one- -I!( "
finished as fast lumber arrives. In and to those Iota or parcels of ...
ing pineapple plants. Old fields are be. JiAMK ROBERTSON,Proprietor. nrih Interest) .
at the residence of Jno.
Lodgethe
In the of Cocoa III till "
I Innd and town
lylnir being
E. Gruber left the the
M. morning Ing torn up and re-set. The growers will K. ,M. Hodgson. Mrs. S. O. Boone who has been %boardIng County of Brevard, and Mtate of Florida known ':. I, ,
Ui, for Daytona, to bw Initiated Into be busy until the first of September and Itr SUb Iptlona for the ADVoCATE,. l here for some time has returned to and) dunorlhed as follows to-wlt! Ixitn seven (7)). J ,\
D sacred lite of the Knight Templar then they will have time to take a little the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Mr. and Mrs. G. F. rnddisonbavebeen New to visit her mother. eight(19( nine ((1)1 and ten (101. of block M. acoordIIIK I' I-
!freo: In the Masonic order. recieatlon. received at the Melbourne Postofflce. enjoying a pleasant outing at Seabreeze, Smyrna to iHilatiuey'stdatof CiMioa, and beings r..rG. ,,

The* beenso .' on the Halifax. I Last Friday Messr White and Under or: Government, townRhltweotyfour huttW0(2OfIUM'tiOht( ('.14) south tblrty-t of .. ( I
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Maddock and Mr. weather the l last week has ttfl) \ range
wood, with their families, visited Orchid thirty-six (3 luey Maddock left for their northern squally and stormy with heavy east Will Scott left, Tuesday, to spend Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt are now 'tn J\lr.'Underwood'slaunch. who ton's first addition: to the town of I ouoa and lot I.
me on the 27th to return early In the winds and low barometer we 'were' ap. some time in New York. In Montreal Canada, and much pleased think will People one (I) of Singleton's second addition to (Cocoa \ '
11 1 to their east side home "Duck'9 prehensive lest an ambitious young cyclone with their tour, so far. I oranges not glow on the peninsula being a part of the northwest quarter (NW\4) I I ,
full month The Messrs. Beanje.an, are busy these m khould Inspect those of !Mr. F.Foistor. of the southeast inmrUTSlCH( ) of aectlon thirty-
tsL'Rev. before was its time hovering'al'ould but the wind a has turn-( (day shipping pineapples from their Enquiries are coming In for houses and Bettor trees will be hard! to three .1.1): I), towtifhlp twenty-four (21),' south, ;

and Mrs. S. D. Paine left on the ed to the southwest, as, and the' barometer place at MelboumeBeacb.- lodgings for the coming winter season find. / range tUrty-slx (3<1)) past.AVID 11. PAXTON, '
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tl1 for Philadelphia and other northernties. from our Northers lends. Guardian. ., '
gone up we hope the danger Is now past. Mr. Dodge of Stanwood, arrived here,
Rev. Paine has been Invited to A. II. Davis, Mt. Sterling la., writes : -- -
last and will be the of the
Friday guest Mrs. Lansing of'DeLand I : .t It.
; spending
each during the month of August Inow The heavy storm lust Thursday sadly "I was troubled with complaintfor
Haven Conn. Interfered with a farewell beach party McBride house for several weeks... a few days with her parents, Mr. and about two years but kidney two one dollar 4 11111 Ff>r J>ivorce. a. !

which.. had been planned in honor of Mr. Mr. Mosstman bad some very fine pine- Mrs A V. Lansing, of Eau, Gallie.K. !battle of Foley's Kidney Cure elTectud: a --- I I
Wallace R. Moses returned the
the 24th from his evening and and Mrs.,11. W. Richards who will soon apples now fruiting on his lot In Melbourne Taylor's catch of fish by hook and l permanent cure." U. Jt. Wilson & !Son IN TIlE: CIRCtTIT COt'IlT IN AND FOR HUEvard j, I

,\nge:groves, and left new the posHesHloua next morning leave us, to make their home elsewhere. and is enlarging his patch. line, on Monday last", netted $1.60-this [ County, lorliln In Chunoory.. ''j
The ones who were fortunate enough to is amusement and profit combined.J. Frederick J. Webb' I
r Jacksonville and other northern C. J. F. Campbell has made quite an Notice. ) '
get started had a good time between v a! I(J' Divorce,
ots, on Important business. squalls and found bathing In the river a improvement In front of the Bazaar -by K. and II. U. Hodgson arrived ""' Annie K. Webb. ) I
putting cement walk and step theie. New York on Sunday last. sailed I .n..lnl( by the bill of eOm lalnRllt ex"lhlt1IIIIIN 'i
They AND BY
if VIRTUE OK A DErilEK
It the
'fbe Jefferson block under the generalwrvlsion pleasure even was not ocean. UNDER. tiled 11.al,1 and the aftldavlkof ', ,
.. Clall.eJ
l of Architect lamer, Is'near- John Miller's boat which conveyed the Our market is w(ll supplied now, with on the new Clyde steamship Apache. flroiilt I'onit In and anti eels for iKHiiert Hrnvanl out County of the complainant that the defendant. A nil la K.

)g; completion, and will.. be ready for oc- party is so roomy the party was not at several kinds of grapes pineapples, John Henry of Tltusvlllo executor for Florida III Clianuvry, uliereln 'V. H. Maxwell Is I Webb Is a non-resident. of the Htate ur Florldifc, 'I'

ancy; within a few weeks. Jt will be all crowded, and enjoyed the lunch and watermelons limes, blackberries, eto.. the Treutler estate wan In Eau Gallie ion Cfimplnlnunt.aa IriiBtittM, anil or Isaiah tlio African tlorvj and MctlmitUti Willie
ornament to our little city. the day on board Immensely. etc.Mrs. on Friday last, looking after the Interest Church, of Tltimvillo, Klondi' aro delimit Ipls.c.i.I Now you, the said Annie Ii:. Webb, be and a-- . I
C. II, Stewart left, last Saturday, of the estate. Slits t will soil it Itibllii Anntlon to the hiuhr.t I pear before theJudge of our Court on
fis. II. E. has class }
Briggs opened a dent :: '
I WOULD lIA-E COST HIM HIS LIFE. ana hiIlor l forciwIt.lMtlnr the Court 11011,5loor SATURDAY, AUGUST 24'VIIA. P. 1001, '!
for and
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dancing, and has twenty or more mem- Daytona polntll'nortb. r. Our school house will receive two < In the 'lown ot Tltii.vlllo, during tlia, legal to answer said. hill of complaint, or a ileorea procwnfiisso t 1 ,
sat present. They meet In the dining Oscar Bowman, Leban6n, Ky, writes t !: Stewart will\ follow soon, to be gone,t coats of paint and be In first-claim repair hours ot ,au on the ", will be entered against you and thAI' j

om of the Holland and the evenings have been using/ Foley's Kidney Cure about six weeks. before the school term begins which will FIR8T MONDAY IN AUGUST, A. 1>. lIMit, ooinplnlnant) will be'allowed to proceed ex-paite I ,I '.,
and take in It with his said
c looked forward to as social as well asiructive. me permanent great pleasure cure of kidney stating disease gave About fifteen went from Melbourne I to t be on the first of October. the nine beIng the nth day of mtlil month, all It In further cause.ordrreil t' at tills.notion be published I I
" Miss Canova presides at the Malabar on the steamer Spartan las. that tract of lund lying and I".|IIK I., IllwordCminty In the KAPT: COAST A LIVe ICATID, a news. I
.10. which certainly would have cost my life. attend the church\ The large building being erected by: Flotilla, suit ile.rrllieU a. follows, to- npnr published In I said miii oty, once a week for 4 1
Take none but Foley's. Wilson & !Son. Tuesday evening, to Alex. Near, for Geo. F. Taddlson, Is wit: Hourn,, 14. Lot III, Hlk ID. eluht couiiecutive weeks, "
The notice of the marriage of Miss entertainment at' that place. fast assuming shape, awl willIe an Important The Boutli Imlftif ...lell..t lie>"liy nimveyvi.I AVItness the Honorable Minor B.'Jones, Judge ,
"kca to Mr. Hardln Russell frontli'if (III 65 1110)) forty-six fret and Illtv-elgl, I of said Court, and the, seal of suld Ormrt at the
comes to The drug store linn soda founl addition to the business : : : : .
a new Imndrtths fet mi Dmmiilt SI'cot' | also frontIng: Court house Inlltusvllle, Florida, tItle Illth clay ,. I''
this week. Miss Nokes was a resident Fort Pierce. and Mr. Conkllng happy serving hit I I iflB\ UMiNi' ) Bixtv eve rest ,fll' ten one uni'rotli' I of.lune, \. It IIKII.) i
Went Palm Beach and baa many customers with cool diloks. Ho ha The steamer Spnrtau ca"lt'el" a party iif a font on Himt.i.: S trout, nnui>i ends here who all join In cougraluIn of citizens to Malubur and ivturn on lastTuesday Ole Town ..r 'ritimvllle. ; I im on file In th fl.'laug' Clerk of the Circuit Court: ..
'ns and best wishes l for a long aud bap- Mr .. G. livville anti sister left last. a.iied'an Ice cream pallor and everything' evening. An entertainment at lerk's. nlllne, llrevanl' Comity' Florida, to satisfy -----
looks neat and clean. said ileerea soil ousts.
lire. week for Georgia. the latter place was the objective point. WADW JONES, JtKAL: KSTATH< FOJt SALI.A. <:.
Mr. Martaln will thin week begin Bprolal Mauler In
,John 15. Beach has In course of con- Pineapples are still being shipped A plensnnt dance was given at the Indian (.hancery. ---
another 811boat\ add
to
to Mr
now ,
north I small River
iiction a very attractive and commons lo quantities. Goode's fish tleet. ,Mr. Martin has just, Inn Eau Gallic on "Friday Executor of the Estate of William

' house on the lake front, a few W. J. Tucker Is having$ more rooms I fin lulled a handsome little boat for Mrs. evening last Ice cream aud cake and Sheriff Sale. 'rl',ut.ler. deeeused I loiTer at pilvate sale

,ds south of Ms present home but added to his line residence.A Fied Prang of Vero. other delicacies were served during the -- the following described\ Heal Estate, belonging \'

,trer the lake. Ills family are anticl- evening. AND BY VIIITUK dF AN XKCU\ to said Estate. : .
tlug moving In within the next two son arrived at the home of :IIr. and I Fred Prang baa repaired the cement I UNDER limned nut of the County' In soil
.nths. Mrs. A. O. Dlltinar last week. side walk In front of the Moore house on I II Captain Andrews presented some very f"r Ilr v,,rit County, Fl.irl.1n. wherein' No 1. The trove known AS the Rear
New Haven It would be fine lame specimen of tho Porto Rico pineapple William Laws I Is plaintiff and I'll.'onYx Mills .'t orange (trove on south side of Ran Gallie I

We read with much pride the kind The Ice factory Is undergoing/ changes, thing fur Melbourne avenue. if all other oementIIlde a I t to your coriespondontRH' he passed I rinniU Uiulivr C Is oinimny.ilvfeililane a o,riortlon 1 lime I Invlod of the Btatu sail o{ creek, in !Section :21, Townnhlp' :27 South,

legs said of our townswoman, Miss more space being required for the busi walkr.. in town: were now repaired through to I'alriegvllle, 0., on Thursdayof will sell for "m.l1. to the lucent and bust non blddeon HnnRe; ,'17 East, ('ontalDlngllbout BT noroH. ,I

LIQA Wilson. Aside fiom her ability as ness.Weather while we.. have a man In town who, understands this week. theFIRST '1'hllll. a line grove a number of bearing '

teacher one is womanly woman, continues fine, with moon: thatklnd of work. The Indian River Inn I Is having large MONIMY IN BEirKMIlKR: 11X114 tiecs.; > {

liich speaks volumes She In one of light nights cool breezes and no mos share of the tiavollng public especially before the Coriit Houna door In the town of TtimvlllB.iliirlnn No. 2. All of Bi of NE+, Section 21, ;,
any. of the promising young ladles of quitoes. Quite a number of oar young people the commercial h'nde.rbo the luiral hours of sale, all that Township: South, Range H7 KiiHt 'oovorod ".
out Palm Beach. went to the train last Sunday afternoon management tract of land lying In Hrevitnl County, Floridaanil ,
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The fine new residence of Walter J,. I *et a good table at reasonable and I with vntoi lying In said Eau Ualllo '
to ] Paddison ; rate, ilcxurl I|M>I| as follows, twit i 111I
{ P.
Bass Is receiving\ a new coat of paint\ say good-bye to who will fast build up a good business. HeiclnnlntcM la t dim Knur of the Bnntheas I River 'and Ecu Gallie nay, containing I"about
Seeln' which adds much beauty to its appear: left for Fort Pierce where he goes to corner of IHiM-k "A," Fi.hler', Addition: to Tl. ::10(( more or loss. '
things at aoiev
, night/ or nightmare laommon ance. take charge of the lumber business for Capt. J. H. Andrews, of E.len. arrived tuiiiiIi5, being at tile Intersection of kltng) and I
< result of indigestion. You cant his brother Geo. F. Faddlsoo. Mr at Eau Galllo In his sloop Dixie on Tuesday Hroail strrets. run north paralloll with the Knst)I No. 3. Commencing at a pout 102 feet ": '
expect good with bad stomach Porson Paddison rived here Sunday r line. of Midler's addition 314 feet to the "
sleep a South; of Northeast corner post of 8W
Paddison will rulnsed both last.
be much The
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very I Captain on his way to tlnn of Unlit and ,
" Orange streets thence Knst
Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlulde, the new night to take charge of lumber yard I In Eau Gallic and Melbourne, where be Palnesville 0., and 1IIIeave his yacht 2:<3 feet lo a street tlienue. Sit feet Smith along of Section :Jl, Township 27 Houth, ItanRO I
medy, makes a sound stomach that dl- recently purchased by his brother Gen said) 87 Kant. From thence West 370 feet
was an active member! of society In lI.I IIo'a yard/ for the balance of the street to llrnail tJqt, thence West along"r run : ,
sU ueifectly. Wilson & boo. F. Faddioon of Eau Qallie sti m mer. lImed,street 2.U feet to the point of lIe)'Inning, thence South 1.17: feet, thence East 17(>
with a rleht ot way 00 feet wide on all four sU va I
feet thence South Ii feet thence Kant 100
Moreton Murray the genial drummerfor High living Intemperance, exposureand - of laid land. .
the well known commission house of I JOBBPII P. BROWN. feet, thence north 142: feet to beginning,
Stuart. ,many other things bring' on Bright'* A Poor Millionaire 30ang ShortlY/ of JirevarU
Marx Bros., Jacksonville, whose ad. will.. I disease. Fotay's Kidney Cure will pre County, I0or1la.I known n* tile Wilson/ cottage lot .

be fOUl d in the pink paper was a recent vent Bright' disease and all other kid Lately starved In London because he No. 4. That portion of 8WJ, Section

I. Moreton Murray representing Marx visitor to this place. ney or bladder disorders taken In time could not digest his food. Early use of ConimlHHloner'M' Sale !<>>r Admin 21, Township: Houtli Range :t7 East

os., Jacksonville was in town Mon- Prof. Sydney D.iwson accompaniedby I Be sure to take Foley's. Wilson: Son Dr. King' New Life Till would have Istratrlx.UNDi commencing at a point 37<>feet West from

Messrs. Chevreaux and Kennedy of saved him. They strengthen/ the stomach Northeast corner post on J4 Section\ line .
y.Rev. aid digestion assimilation Improve of aforesaid Vf, .thence run South 1OJ
promote -
W.T. that
Lane town Manchester
great
from Sebastian held manufacturing here Indianola.With appetite Price 5ots. Money ,R AND: BY VIRTUE Or AN ORDER feet, thence East 100 feet thence Mouth
wees here England! stopped over on asks Issimd
:Sunday In the Methodisturch. ontof the Court of the Conn '
Tuesday and Wednesday on their way back If not satisfied Sold by U. It.. ty .""IIt", In an<| for Hrivard County, FlorIda : 42U feet, thence West to -M$ Section line, 'I
to their future home at Lemon Wilson & Son. on the aii' >llcatlnn o: Emily I., price. ail, thence North 028: feet, thence East to
City
Will Luceand Cha*. Most of Tlbbals, Dade and had the orange pineapple and gnava! mi latratrlx of the estate rf J. T. Price, ileoeased. starting point, containing 30 acres, more .
county a most enjoyable I will sell
ire pleasant visitor to our burg last Industries atpuliilu anrtlnn lot cash to the I lens. .
Till ban
the Island tract line
growing steadily on pr a
lestfay. visit with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. blKhnat and best" bidder, on the HaIIroad Boot' : young
T. Harbin. Professor Dawson Is a noted I It means work and prosperity to all. Cocoa.Dr. at'rJl ","III., In said County, on the grove of COO or iK ) tree*.

Cleveland' and Reginald Kltchlng are English concert singer and celebrated I Those who had the pleasure of _meet- nilBT MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER, tool, No. 5. 'Begin at Southeast corner'* of "I

wn a few day from Sebastian' visit- musician. lie comes to Florida to bask lag Rev. J. P. Graham, and also bearing Daniel I expected from Jensenthe durlnc the leual hours; of sale, , all tha (wrsonaprnperty I lot now, or formerly, owned by J, L. Har:'
K( their uncle here. In her. fairest smiles, which means blue him preach last week, were greatly pleased later of the week.up of the estate or J. T. Price to-wlt u neon, thence run South across Elbow '

Fred Hudson, of Tibbals, spent a few skies soft, cool breezes and an equable with him. We congratulate the Tltusvllle part plnillnir All Its several personal lots|>"or ertyof linen. twine..hi%,ratate corks,and In creek to North boundary of land belong..

era with n* one day this week, talking climate which means for the Professor a I Baptist church on their wide-a. Bob Hardee, of Sebastian, spent Sun ...."... wet Imul. mullet corks, |"..m".no" corks, Ing to Wm. Treutler thence East alongX '
tlie pineapple complete relief and cure from persistent wake young minister. day hero, with his wife and mother.E. issue and line., 4 quarts of fialut, II lant nKlolMi. Section line which I I. the North bound. 1*
grower attacks of bronchitis. . I lot of t4M,ls, I lot of nalla.t clack 40(
.1.' P. Cromer I I. receiving order for The leave on the orange tree are beginning P. Porcher came down from Jacksonville empty barrels' rank wheel, I wagon and harness ury of Wm.'freutler'.land North bankof
last and nIne 11.11 bo U wltb inaais' sailssprits Elbow crock, thence West along bank:
to curl for Monday
want of rain but returning next
isapple I day.
slip dally. lie bas bought all FOR WHOOPING COUGH.-"Both I up mil two pal uarliwks and anchor amroues I of said creek to point of beginning being .
at are for sale on the sonth side of the i my children were taken with whooping/ one or two good showers would straighten P. A. McMillan and little son'; :Of Eau to each ibid ...1. III by the Admlnlstratrf ... In Section 21, Township 27 Range
them : .
l.ucie A there liy
river. out. were a good I Couiulasloner to iay debt and for dls Southr
cough" writes Mrs. O. E. Dutton, Danville many small tree set out In this locality 3allle, were visitor In town on Monday button.. 37 East .This land I la th the- .

The mango crop i In. this section ,ls the Ill. "A small bottle of Foley's this season, It require a good deal of last.. JOHN H. WALKER,' waters of the creek I

vi est that has ever been known. Mr. Honey and Tar cured" the cough and saved I work to water,them every; other day. 'I T. Grotjan Ronald wa upto the gun angEl I Commissioner. I No. 0.' Part of sub-division of Lot 21, ,.; L
rk. bas quite a 1 number of trees that me a doctor's bill. Wilson <& Son. shoot on Friday, remaining over until Houston' addition to Eau Gallie cornerof
o loaded to the ground. Over two hundred crate of pineapple Monday. Notice.OvyWfS Houston street and street through the
Our) were shipped from tbls place during the Roesoh addition 105 feet t 1:
fronting oJ
pineapple grower are preparing Georgiana._ past week, with more to follow a* work John Powers left last Tuesday, for Houston street. on- ,
Plant pines as fast as possible. A good Is Chicago. lie URhEREO THAT UNDER f
only beginning In the Indlanola expects to be the
pinery. gone .
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by Chapter 'D, ot 1
my acres will be No.7. Commence about I 0 chain
planted this summer. We see a future before u* In the pineap balance of the summer. ,. of Hrevaid shell and 3iV l
P. are rather scarce, and are bringing A. A. Baldwin was a passenger on the ple Industry, a* our crop ripen a few liws Joe rsiiy Impose an oceapatloii tax on flabilealera link. West from Northeast corner ,of 8 I
RI prices. Hypoluzo Cocoa and return, Tuesday weeks later than In the district farther J: P. Cooper I Is having a cement walk as follows I Section 20, on Section line between Section i
buIlt In front of his pharmacy. Quite an No person shall) engage In or manage the bust 17 and 2O, run West 9 chain* 13 links { t tI
1JwP rk south, and for that reason can command "Msenl a flab dealerTo Jlrarard ,
has
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dock lust completed hisS Miss Hattie Bower left last Tuesday, good price Improvement over the old one. County license) shall have be n ninety nmflurnd unless r...,n a I thence Mouth. 10 chain 64 link. th..nn... J t
which Is the longest on the St. for Grant, on a short visit with Miss the Ta- Collector '
which bi
cle & Hren.a sball Issued; South 00 degree 30 second;East 3 chain '4
river. Mr. Parks I* doing a good Carrie Jorgensen. I In some places the guavacrop going : ,1'aok"rd. formerly of this place to each person on ranelpt of the amount hsreln- to Eau Gallie River thence follow the
smeas i In his came down from Palatka last Monday alter provided together with the
new which County Judinfti
grocery store J. B. Bower arrived :home to be very abundant In other section. *< ,,.. shore of Eau Oallle River In an
opened a short while from Pablo buates on a short visit, returning Tuesday. 5 ;Ctwrntsr-'l.v" MnM each' limo.. and Easterly
ago. I Beach lost Thursday, where be has been through here the show the effect shall be signed by that Tax roiimtor and Count direction to a point due South from placeof
:eo. Cohn representing thd I. Josephn spending the summer. of the cold weather font winter by not The Cocoa baseball club I I. progressing Judge upon It., and ball have the County Judaea ml I beginning, tbence north to point of

> >., Cincinnati, 0., haa just put. I having any or very little fruit. As the quite rapidly. The articles for playing fish dealers wbo! desire to ns. the product; of beginning, containing 0 acre, more or
***'a large quantity\ of Iron from the i. Messrs. they nnd Carter have near fruit begin to show sign of swelling lave been ordered and the grounds I live or lees flute bl1" pay tax ot Ton Boiler.I i lea, and known as the Kitchell place.
'" C. K'J-, so he expects to be on the completed Mr. blmmou.' .dook. It Is and ripening! It will not be very long be- which have been elected. Just west of or more than AT* sfld not more thai ten nets' No. 8. NE of Section

.>l Coast the balance of the summer. a good substantial job and will, apparently fore the jelly factories will be ronnlnll'full be cemetery, are fast being put In order than Klltean fifteen Bothers nets., of Twenty mars then Dollars ten.and of more not more than 27 South Range> 37 East :28, Township lad 11
containing
withstand
any gala. force. We understand the for .
.. price of u.s.Dr. fifteen and not more than twenty Beta.
alter Kltchlng our leading merchant Fir. Uollajr. or Twenty. acres, less. railroad rlpht.; f'-wa7.,
anj
guava per bushel will be about the ) owns than twenty not mo x
Grandma Munson and her
'reparlng to build/ a large addition to granddaughter same as last year. Hoffhlett returned last Sunday than twenty fire nets Thirty IJnllan *f No. 0. NWK o' Section 28, Township
already large store. Mr. Hitching Miss Hattie Thayer, left, last Friday much to the delight of hi. family aOd than twenty-nve and not moVe than nftydriD5lars"0' nets, 27 South, Range 37 Boat ItiO
containing
', a nrit-cloan tore, a splendid stock for an extended visit with relatives, F.C. the community. He made a professionalvisit more than filly ..". ..0liu.... acre, less railroad right-of-way.
..te and obliging clerks and ha near. Allen and family at .Seabreeze, near Mr. Daniel Bantz, Ottervllle, la, say i to Tltasville on Monday. returning All persons .nped I' bnylng and '
.bpplnlll' No. 10. 4J: 00-100
all of the St. Lucie rUer trade. Daytona. Have bad asthma and a very bad cough the same day.. The Doctor reports a very itch, orb .b'ppln"' fish oJlOl1 oomml..inn 0' ID acres, less railroad
Miss Ruby Thfgpen, Lotas.came for years, but could get: no relief' from pleasant and successful trip north. shipping' lIab caughi bl' .mploJ....shall .be rlcrht-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of .
'eorlle Foltz has up the doctors and medicine 'Id".d itch dl..r., NE;: of NWtf, Section
just completed a I tried until Township 27
the Canaveral Saturday to take her It I I. further I
on ----------- ordered that
'V o- tory house for Mr. Wood- mnslo lesson of Miss Maude Langblin. took Koley's Honey and Tar. It gave A eorporatlon en".Ict'lln tb. any h-i.lnsa.,person 01 linn or South, Range 37 East, known aa J, L.
rd, and will begin Immediate relief and done Ilnglng JConrln# Flood, ; "rID" cattle, hoie. .lauKb. Stewart place. ,
a* soon aa- the lum- !Bho: returned on the steamer the same me more good sheep or ositeranimsie shall ,
h arrives on large two story residence afternoon. than all the other remedies combined." I Washed down a telegraph line which 1J pay<,IIare th..County per annum an for Occupation) ....'h' talC or Fifteen No. 11. Lota 1'lantI18. block 4, Town

, "hie ver"nda all the way round. The late tbl B. K. Wilson & $: on. Chas. C. Ellis of Lisbon la, bad to re- boo.. at wbleb aaJd Im. "....' .is.lallllttAtI'oon"oct", pen. bat or -of Ecu Gallie.\ I
Woodward has cue of the nicest lo- scuppernong grape are pair. "Htandlng waist deep In Icy nothln herein shall he held to impose a sas n... Ntt, 12. Lot I block 4 Town
ions for a home year, but there seem to be plenty of 'water on .1.ulIbterIDIr Sotinsis for their j of Eaa
on the river. he writes "gave own use.
Into me terrible 0111.
Stepped Live Coals. Quitclaim
deed
ale.vs for this
them. The present Indications are that imposed shalt ru Into only-
r.'r.: <<
'apt Stanley cold and cdnpb. It grew worse dally. o lull, sad remain In force ;: held under Tax Tithe
KitfUIng Snn- be until
from returned the best shipments will towards the "When a child I burned ray foot fright* Anally the beat doctors In mn'wi by the ...,.rd. '
OCnp.r Miami. The Captain took the latter part of August and first of $e.: fully," write W. H. Eads, of Jonenrllle, Neb., Sioux City and Omaha said Oakland I bad This 11,1.. shall b. pabll.beol with* little .Is- For price and terms address.
.. hesperus from here to that tember. Va., "which caused horrible leg sores for Consumption and could iy act may be in two paper. published In Bra JOHN HENRY,

day The vessel\ lefi Gllbert's aar; aU 9:30: 3O years, but Bncklen' Arnica Halve! I began using Dr. KID '*not New live.Discovery Then -C.. "-,-.. four sand.Collnt..'n..otl.,. ones. wee.each.... we.k' fur Executor, Estate of Wm. Treutler.'deo'd.:

T, via mrnJntfnd entered Biscayne To heal a bait UM Banner Halve, the wholly cured me after everything else and was wholly cured by .I lx oottle./' Ikta/, Psuie.il In open "".ton of beff Tltuavllle Florida.If ,
11; Cape Florida ship channel, great healer. guaranteed for wound, falUd." Infallible for bums. scald, out, Positively guaranteed for -- BOsrU this Stiltis, July, lwi'|. .- I
clock cough cold
let trip for this Saturday noon. Quite a cut, cores, pile and all skin disease.' sores, braise and pile. Hold: by D. R. anti all throat and lung trouble, by II. fhaltms. Bur4 JOHN County IL COllllnl..Jo..rs.WALKIH.! you want good results you will
season pf the Use substitute. Wilson & Son. Wilson A
year. no : So. 25cts. B. Wilson Attest: ODd the ADVOCATE excellent
4 Son. Trial bottles fr... A. A. STEWART an adver
Clerk. '
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EAST 'COAST ,ADVOCATE. AUGUST 2. 1901.
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dpprored' ,n tp* large emtenr cities. S

1 There are' also a number of small reserves .SjJJg Pan-American n EXPOsition'AINS

In tbe residence district that 4S

may be utilised for similar or other
g BUFFALO N.
rat Nocr I peede4 purposes. In addition to the Y.

4 lI I provisions made for common schools 1 st to
and a high school 'the board of directors & May November I

.r. can ba" C also' has In mind tbe establishment DOUBLE D AlLY ,

of a tecbnlcar school for training In

growl scientific and skilled trades. Seaboard Air Line
The
w without Tbe paramount feature of the whole Railway

t 'Qy.A' Potash. plan ts tbe provision for, homes for la

,,,.t borers. As much if not more attention Offers low Excursion: : Rates from all Florida poInts Tickets on sale daily
'(1"ta4t3" 1 Supply bas been paid to this phase of the suburb -
$42.30 and 42.05; TITUSVILLE $51 1.01\, rjl
than any other. It Is the Intentionto Rates from JACKSONVILLE \, \ .
w enough Pot- make the homes In the Industrial; ponding low rates from other points.

"' ara; ash and your city tbe most desirable convenient and Double dally service, Including Sunday, via RICHMOND and WASUIYGTOy..

comfortable. Tbe proposed plan Is to For further Information write...
t profits will bet furnish these homes wltb tight beat '
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.y'i Asst/Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville
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; large; withou 1 and water' from tbe central power plant aal "It A. O. MACDONELL, FloddL
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nominal C8ltt. ---- -- -
at a ---- =
r Potash your The board of directors named In the Dixie Flyer nout
eeSf0V . . .
will be prospectus are well known gentlemen
crop of tbe highest busluera standing, and
with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET
Double dally trains CARS
? "scrubby. not a single one of them would lend his
l pr' -Through without changeJACKSONVILLE : --
4 Our books, telling about composition oMertMirer name to a doubtful /enterprise. Tbe FLORIDA, TO NASIIVILLE, AND ST. IOl'lS.Close .
em adupted for all cropi are few to all former
plat will contain 23 factory sites, all lying
GERMAN KALI WORKS. connections made In'Union Depots for-
'03 Nastau Be, New York, along the north side of tbe grounds. Chicago/ Louisville, Cincinnati Memphis and all poInt. West and :-orthwOIt.

.. South of the factory district will be . Tri-Weekly Sailings . Be sure that your ticket reads'via -
l' Free and the residence and business part of the WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD, and NASHVILLE, CIIATTAXOOGA

Accented Masons. city. YORK. & ST. LOUIS RAILWAT. '
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW
ill 'What Inducement will your company For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to,..

offer to factories to locate on your T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Po... Agt, Jacksonville, Fla.
grounds?" one of tbe directors was ; at Charleston, S. C., both ways) C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Tram Manager

Indian River Tltusvllle No. 00 asked."To:.reputable well capitalized and The Finest Steamships in tbe Coastwise Service Atlanta Ga. Nalivlllc, Tenn '

substantial
manufacturing\ companieswe

Lodge. r T \ Florida. will offer free factory.ulten. the drat The Clyde New England Band Southern. Lines.

Hold It* meeting the (ennmland fourth Vrl of whipping fncllltli's and cheap beat, Direct beivlce PLANT SYSTEM14The
dl\yof each month .1 the late Armory. TltuVina .. light aid power with .a ('ash oou.wh..r. .
,at 7IK: )o'lilw p.m. Jacksonville Boston Proyfdence.nd all Eastern Points
'O..... W. ftnohle. Wornhlpful Matter.I .> It Is deemed advisable, This > ,

t>. I J. R. Walker BBulc.r' Warden, will bring the factories to UK wltb a (Calling at Charleston, S. O., both w.ayaJ)
O. B. ftohujrler, Junior' Warden.J.
I : M. I'txon, ((>rai Hrer. rush. Some old established companies I 8BMI-WKBIU.Y BAILINGS Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:

F.'A. Morgan Hooretarjr. that have outgrown their prenent locations !Southbound....... .........1..'.... ..... .. ... . .. .,... . .from Lewis Wharf Boston The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston,
all Richmond
-J. A.: HiiKheN' ,ciiaplaln.J. unfavorably situated are Northbound.' ..... ............ ........... .. ,........... from fout'Of Catherine Street Jacksonville To the East via rail ''
L, Oarruther. Mentor D ROon. or are and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannab, Columbli
I W. )f. Woodwitrd.Junhlr Deacon. L already making Inquiries, and new en- and Washington!
J. II. Snreven Senior fUewtnl.O. .
H. Walton. Junior Steward. terpilses now being organized are plso Clyde St.' Johns River Line. The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The L"
West
K. 10. MluiR.tr.. .Tyler.AN looking lu this direction." To the
,. ,.,. (Denary Line.) N, via Montgomery. The !iSouthein: R'y. via Savannah Columbia
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John U irltHths.. who Is one of tbe BETWEEN"JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. and Asheville. The M & 0 K'y via Montgomery.

INDUSTRIAL) CITY matter molal'tlvP! fctatex of .the.hot'tbpy'Jove citizens' pushing received the Stopping.. Palatka. Astor, St. Francln.Uereftford on.the 8t.(John'DeLaml.Klver), Blue Spring and intermediate landIng To the East via Philadelphia Steamship.) and Via Boston Savannah via Savannah and Ocean and S S Co.Merchants, for New linen York,

already numerous letters or Inquiry STEAMER "II. O. I>A-Y.; Transportation Company for Baltimore.To .

::4 ELABORATE PLANS PROPOSED FDA from large; manufacturers In different CAFT. W. A. SHAW. Key West and Havana, via Port Tampa and Peninsular A Occidental Steamshlpt

t, INDIANAPOLIS. parts[ of tin country some of them employing Leave foot Catherine.t"t.JaokHonvllle B:CO p. m, 'Tiienday. ami Hatnrday. To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, 'via Boston and Canada,
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Monua 1'hutsdays.Ceh'I
Leave Sanford 11:00. m Knterprina 6.30 a. m. > ana
; as many as COO: men each ask.Ing Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestowa

Prpor a..o Dulld a CKy Where for slt.M In the proposed suburb.A Passenger and Ticket. Office, 204 W. Bay St.,'Jacksonville..
S'1TJU: [iR' TOUFtxS.'r TJOB.ETS:
Workmen May Have Pl.aia\nit Cure
for Cholera Infantuin.
A. O. HAOKRTY Eaafn Pass. Agt., r.M.IRONMONGER I ,JR., Fla. Pan*. ARt, will be on sale at all points on the PLANT SYSTEM to the principal Mountain,
r \ Iluiuee Near Their Erploymut.Model "' 19 State St., New; York I 2M Went Bay St...lackRonvllle. Fla.
'Last May, says Mrs Curtis Baker, . Lake and Seaside Resorts throughout: the country until September 3O! Inclusive,
) Kactorlre to Be Kroetrd. THOS. D.HALEY,Local freight Agent, ,f O. P.LOV1.I AMt. Fla. Suut. .
I of Bookwalter, Ohio "an Infant child of foot ioganStJaokaonvtlleFlc. I Foot Hogan Mg..1suksonvilleFl.. limited to return until October 31.
I
: The proposed Industrial city for Indianapolis ., our neighbor's was Buffering from cholera JUHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent Foot Hogan Ht,.laiknoiiTlllr. Fla Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO, N. Y., account Pan-American Exposition: : ,
titanium. The doctor had given all THEO. O. FOKK. General Manager. WM. f CLTOIC t.U.: General Agent to visit Niagara Falls.
I III on a much- broader' plan up ClioMbrougli; Building, 'State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York. enabling passengers
' r topes of recovery. I took a bottle of Addresses of parties the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup
than generally understood. and things"other Chamberlain' Collo, Cholera and DI. C. II. WALTON. Agent TItnftvllle, Fla. plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.

r than "dollars are considered In I arrhoea Remedy to the house telling __ __'__ .n._ ___ .____ will\ be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States!

projecting It. Tbe plan Is one of Industrial I them; I felt sure It would do good If used all FLORIDA RESORTS, via tbe Plant System, during the season of 11X10-1001Urn.

,tJ hnlrOVfment.applylnll': to both empioyers I according to directions. In two days' iced to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover privlledges In Florida.
time tbe child bad fully recovered and U Florida East Coast Addressee of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally BUD-
: and employed Tbe Jour- Ry.
' says now (oearlf.a year since) a vigorous; plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
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nal of bat city. The purpose In to build I nave recommended this .

, a city'' where laboring men. will find It remedy frequently and have never knownIt F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger: Agent

I 'Jtli,i :pleasant and profitable to live and at to fall In aoy!', single Instance." For Time Table No. 84. lu Kffecf July 7, 1OO1. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville Fla.,
sale by all druggists and medicine dealers.
the same time be close to their employ- SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down.) (Bead Up NORTH BOUND. B. W. W re n n, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

jfe ; :inent In considering tbe proposed enterprise The World'. I........ Mite. ..... o9 o.t No.78 No, 01 W. B. DEN HAM i Genera1SupE'rintendentSa.nnnah, Ga.

, p tbe director have given labor Tlw HntnllMb) mile In the longest! mile 0 ;;" ': Dally I DallyT5S5 STATIONS. Dally Dally
.
ID the Id. A traveler In wed-a m tQ. '
}. ttbe same consideration as capital realizing not H o ai lOOOa UV.........Jacksonville-" -.Ar fuup -lOOUa- a S tIj
; when told that be Is only about a mile 5p: ; ,.......1:11.: AulrufttID..Lv] 6Bup IlIIOa till a
that harmonious adjust
0-1
{ upon a from a desired point would better hire (4 Mr 's I&up iiI I s" ......... HaMtlnir .. ......*...... 5 Up Inc Or' CD C'I2
ment between employer and employee o a lop 11 Oat) ,........Kant: Palatka......... 4 llp t eta y:
f rests .the of the Bopronouncd a horse, for the distance he will have O td agoa 04 p 1llJllp: .".. ........... N....... ............. .1\1\ r 26.W hj'
success venture. to walk: It be chose In his Ignorance to : ca 1Qpll&p( : : ........... Bunnella....... .... Hr.\ 7 ID!* 0 ,Oi n
Is this sentiment that the Is _. Q: Jot 70H[> ]45Hp: ....,..... ...OnponJ............ II 4UUpBlip 707a y 0 0
.Ij adopt that mode of travel exactly a a-: 'asp 1 Hp ..Ormond..........:. S Sup 81111a Id Southern
directors have made provision relating; 1.70O yards.Constipation. .C 0- m ?121' HIPamp ......... Davtona......,.,.... II gal: 81111a C'I2 a
to mnmifacturvrs and sites that wlllIIre'l'ot O Z:j 80.4p Yo7p ..".,...Port Orange ......... II 6.u. N. OCt
friction. 8:161': ........New binyrna, ..... 5 5tp119p 8 QUa III t i
any Impaired digestion and a =t Q :.4 . a'lOp' .... ....OskRltl..... .., ".. 19Irp ._. e.N +
A committee will be appointed to Investigate a.-: ..,. ..........Tltusvlile..y.....,.. l&6p. ,,. a OO
each for a site the torpid liver are the most common ailments :.:s G'l 0 . ...c slap .. :......... .Ootioa ..........i.:.. ...... A pd Ct
' applicant, that are responsible that tired, ae = cd ,. H4lp' u ...,.RerklwlkeJUnetlon.. ... a 1Btp...... M PJ
committee to consist! of one representative listless fngged-out; feeling that makes O o 60 O 4.Illp ....... ,KnnUallle '...... 11411\ ... C Railway
;"' of the board of trade, one of the the drttuded period to CO p) b JXI 4 .'.>,> .". ....... M.Ibourpa......;.. .." 111..1' ... H (D i .
a so
summer many .. oee '0 AOApT6p/ .. ,.. '.. $. .1..tI..n. ....... .. II 11. p 9gE4
,I Commercial club and two of the board eople. llerblna will cure constipation, ty . aagp .. ....... .. 81. Luol........"... II lla'.. "".. _:J
.,' of director of tbe Industrial city.f' It Improves the digestion and arouses the 2 2 TO'd cot .. ". 959 .".,......... Fort Plero........., ".. U U ..... ,.... -.. -
. ,. ..
624p Tlbbal .... 10 al. ..
st
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liver to normal Price SO its
This committee will ascertain tbe atti activity. cents. 8 5 p 't ...... to : ...... es O. tCi
U. It. Wilson A don..slag. O 0 ,, ebat *. ...... ...Jennen.. .. ...."...".. : V IJ
Jot * ...1o27. "
tude of to Its employees '
the' ,company JXI 0 0 .. 8.111' .i........ ..,l .,...... ,.. CU
the conditions luiposed upon Its work. .1.. cC GQ . tut, ... .. tu.rc..J.) V4Kal...... 0' p 0 ; DIRECT LIINB-QUICrC TIMQ TO .
consideration F 7 Sap 14 ;... ....1eHt Jupiter.. ,....., V au. ...*.
f': men tbe compensation and Auctions la Japan are quietly con- O .Sa JXI cd .. |< ...We.t Palm Bwob.:.... II 5 HUM...... 1 Or' t3'd ttlasbington Baltimore. Pb UddPbL1.
; they receive., Its position regardIng lucted. Tht*,blddlpg Is secret and sl- V t ,.. 8211' ..........:Ioy..to..... ........, .. 8_ ... < tat new Yorlr.
organised labor tbe financial responsibility , iMit. each. person writing his bid on a &__7 P; q , IllIoJp ....,,.....DelrarFortlAuderdal..... ....... IS : s..d .. fit t .2. Bhkago gJlctIIUIt..
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e0 lap . T as :
of tbe concern, tbe character slip of paper and'dropping It Into a 7.O.. ,1 4e :: :6Tp1UU&V ::::::: .,Lemon City.*.: ...:::,:: gaga.:.w.::: O IOIII"lIIt. Atlanta, 61n11119"1I.""

I'' of work and product"manufactured bas. When It appears that all the bids ., Pot ". ," .. ;, '" Miami. .. ...." ..,I.v 4 to.., .. eiwi Rooga, memphls. St. toils KllS.u.. e>wPXO .

s' aj well aa the personality of officers of are In, the !lion In opened and tbe highest Huff .'...r'orJ..r.. '.... lrmt aS nod 79 ANO'AL& POINT 'DA8T AND we:.';':

, ,the company and the employees, and bidder Is named (o. 1 .IB I No.l.|.>o.U I. 0.111 0.' o. o.
tbe future stability and permanency of Dally,DallyNo lly'Dally Dally MATPOBT BRANCH. Dally DaUy Dally. Diilyo ,
| e I ArlTi I' r OTHER ,
LJINB TMI
API-'ORDS SBRVICB UIICB
the\ enterprise.\ Having passed'upon, For mosquito bite or stings of Insects. ,, T4u9: 6UHJ 4uOi iii1iii. Lv,. .... .... eeviUe, .. a l1!.Pn } Tjjpl6al '
these points, (he. mmUte. ;will) recommend ; ; anImals reptiles, apply Dallard's 8nowUnlmedt. \ I fI 1s 0II1.1U/tNa: <. "......So.Jacksoevill..Lv. / v 1&:4: > 812p THE NEW YORK &" FLORIDA EXPRESS
711.1' IWI> *4.mUUUi> '.. .PabloHooaob.;........ 11111.1. O6a it lop10p g lop
or disapprove a site being granttfl It counteracts the poison In 11)116\.1 7JVp: \ A4Ap :*45l ll06au. ........A&\aatloJJ..b... .... .. \ bas nl.\v 6061' .86p
,' to, tie:applicant? by the,board of di ,, the .wound subdues the Inflammation IOIloID t 44p II a II Ar ,.. ,....Maypor*:,,, ....,. L.. .'. 1'00In 450P 10101'Ii AND THE U: 8. FAST MAIL

rectors. and heals tbe tlenb. Price 21: and SO ets. 6J Np'4&T*o.6 0 llj; ()..II No47 0.411, o.4y h! ...... au.ba ITp"ra To tM.tFia..f; andyNorth. ,'1
Taking these precautlona to select : 11. K. Wilson &: Hon. Daily_ Dally Daljy! tz Daf,,,Dil PALATKA. BRANCHUf !!r Daily DuUTD.l' !, Dal! Dailyclop
4 of roanufaoituiers ) r* ; j IIIIp It 8l\a'fii6ii ., ,PaUtka ,.A.J I' IIfII4 11 Ba,l2apITPtp T29p; 886p1'WpI806 THE. CINCINNATI' & LIMITED
desirableclass
tbe most ..._ Start!!.. ..1...... 4iUSpll ilir. 'Nit_Ar..Kae!-a.k! .. lea ,. ... hoop lliipN' FLORIDA "
the\ board believes tile success. Charles T. llarrUou. United States O.07:' No:40l > ... ... U 1DaUZ To ttMtV M>t and ortH-\ .>.....
ot the Industrial city will in a great l SAN AM TOBRANCH., DallylDally
on road work, said recently 1j, !!
measure have been accomplished. From special agent Tfvl\ e2u. Lv.,.... ..... ... ,., . ,,,, Eut Palatka.. .. Ar f UAal"TMp The line through "The Land of the Sky Asheville, Hot
4 to 12 acres are to be granted free for As a} result. of 10.00O Inquiries.sent' { I e4.aJAr.\ ...." ,..". "."" .. .. ? Man Mateo:,.. ." .. .... .. ..".... ... .. 1.vas I 7 DApJo. Spring, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the

besides bonuses ranging M No 1 Mo. *,Mo. 4 No II NoUDally World.
factory sites\ out by our office In 1SU:;. figures have D.UyLclly. OHANOK CITY. Dally DaUy424p Dally BANFORD BRANCH. Through Sleeping: Car fr m' Jacksonville U
'1 .s high as $5.000. All this being gratis been compiled that are startling In e..RII e.,8uTTuop BRANCH.TSifT ex,tin ..".$.. KiSu: Kahn Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
the directors feel that they cannot bo io44pltla v.r ymrna..Ar 1l00p& 7 06* L..TitnllVllle..A. 19up
their conclusions. The most conserve.live t II ...Lake Helen..L 4= 'tlla" ......... .Mini. ............Lv 107p
their eiwlet i
. too careful In choosing who tenants estimates based upon these figures Stapllt9.' ....O..eCItr: : .. Slop 888a ,....' ..' Ostesn ..... I 52aUBua cf Route to Pda.Jl mca" Exposition B.TT.lo, n. Y.
shall! 1)0 Inorder to ,attain the 4 OOp 4a Ar.Orange d'y; 8MH ........ ..Enterprise... .. ..."
,I j' 1 Ideal purpose of the plan. Ho' far a* how products tbat the hauled total of over the farm the and country for.Cal i OUPI.l 98UaAr .... .. ,. fnnford.... .."..... 1100a Thro gh V.itibuled Trains, Pullman Drawiog-room Sleeping; Cars Through

r the actual construction of the' factories roads amounts to over 30O.OOO.OOO tons Thea*Time Table show the time at whloh train may be eionoMd to arrive and depart Coaches Excellent Dialog Car Service.
,, ,; 1* concerned the board will claim no teem tae several etatlnne. but their arrival. or. departnr* at the ttmee .tat.... In not iraaran*
other than an understanding and that IbaYerap first! of transport- teed, nor due the Company bold itself renponatbl for any delay or any ooneequanoea arle- Through Trains via the Southern Railway are Operated In Connection will
directorship
lug It Is $:I a ton. or a total' annual cost tall therefrom. tbe Plant from '
I will bo well vvntlla'ted System Jacksonville
: that they \ .
arte for transportation of nearly J'.KVj.ixW,
OCCIDENTAL
and lighted roomy, substantial and PENINSULAR AND For Rates,
000. This enormous charge .Is paid Sehedulei and Information call on or address
i safe buildings and not cramped Into STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. W. T,
the farmers of the coun- C08B ,
principally by Y.Tr.T.ilng Panvnger : Ft*
+} close quartern. The class of manufacturers Agt.n,108 W,Bay 8<,JACK8ONVILLK

they desire are those who are try annually and ,of this amount the BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA. a H.HARDWICK ..n..r.1 Pa .en *rAgl., WH.TAYLOSAces.!: 0.0.1...... Alt ,
from other
t figures obtained countries -
n lotfte ted In Industrial betterment and : where good roads are the rule instead Lave Miami Mon.l' vn. and Fridays ,II 00 pm Leave Harana Wed. and S..tnrdAy..1I! 00 10m WASHINUTON, D. O. ATLANTA. GA.
arc willing to adopt modern plans of arrive Key West T.......and ttaturtlaya 8 at pm Arrive Key. West WeilK. and HaM '.' 7 wi pm April 25th, l oa.FLORIDA.
of the exception show tbat fully Leave Key WwitTuM, and Saturdays' V 10() pm Lea Key Wmt. Thus and ttana ,.,.. 180 pm
factory extension sncbas dining two-thirds of this amount or about Arrive Havana W la. and Monday BOO am Arrive JlI.mll'rlday.and Monday".,. 9 JO am

rooms, bath, factory. laundry and other I 000000000. Is due to the poor road For con:" of local time card ad< reM any Agent.

equipment found to be profitable In I In other word tbe farmers are paying 7. P. RAHNER. A.d. G.... P.e.. Ag; nt. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA
-
i Institutions whore such arrangements
about $000.000.OOOmud tax each year -
have been made. These features are I I DAY.
enough to cover thin. country wltb good:
not compulsory but It Is tbe desire to .
Interest men dlxposed to recognize the roads and maintain! them. THE WALTON RAPID> CALKING{ MACHINE
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AT THE
hygienic condition necessary for tbe PAN'-AMERICAN EXPOSITION
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health> and comfort of their employees. 1"I Patented the United States Great, Britain and Canada,

E In planing; the-residence part of the ,
50 Centsto Tickets now on ale viaMallory
suburb as touch care has been taken as Only PRICE, *4.00 and $3.00 EACH. ,Should be !used by every Coat Builder In the IT. S.

in tbe business and Industrial districts.. make your baby strong and. Builders in the United States.
Boat
Three main streets diverge from what well. A fifty cent bottle o f la Use by some of the Principal

,0 Is to be> tbe central and business part of For Sale by = Lines

e the city. These streets are to be tteau- Scott's Emulsion Jas. Pritchard & Son ,

titled wltb plots In tbe center.
grass will change a sickly baby to TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.SEE .
1 The other streets run at right angles.Allowing : . .ATLOWEIt
r for the maximum growth of a plump romping child. TilE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.:!

ib the city provision Is made for three Only one cent a day think .. .. ., - -. . ,- - RATES THAN BY ANY OTIIEU l.ISF.IDcll1diog: all\ mil

t d' school buildings and In connection ot It. Its as nice as cream. and ., rtb.. des-"i""V.Ilofnl veoand/ ship. FInal return limit October 25. ticsetc.

\ with each Is a large! public recreation, Bend SCOtT for a(t free 110 Mtnpttf.\\'N Eo Ch and.ml try.f .it. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE .;For rlatH* Illustrated matter schedules, reservation,

t 1'o\nJ. This. fcatuie has especially 409-413 i'w.rllIl &,. New York.Soc. I d'
architects and and $i.oo;.n dmqioots. A. W. rYE Agent, 220 W.Bay St.JxkM
the
commended Itself to 'J
Print all kind 7ommeroUl:: UUionery Wedding Stationery Card, Bill, Etc. ('. H.MALLORY- Co.UinAerv Ageent..1t. Itmn."k and N. 1', I
l'l 4tuotele, .lney-I; bas,. I,eeu so highly 81'11 Broadway, i iUe ie !

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TITUSVILLE.rTa 'THE HOME' GOLD CURE. BLACK: MOUNTAIN N. C. ", "
1aaL .a1
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=A I7 I IWTEz An Inswnloiu Trwtm.Bt by.which Drunkard t
Hotel Mount Mitchell
BLACK MOUNTAIN N. C.
THE DERELICTA are ... .* Curd Dally la Bplt .
,
TITUSVILLE of ThtuM.... No Noxious Z>o>e.NolVmtkonliiir .
This three-lory hotel has been furnished throughout
of the N.rv... A Pleasant entirely new porcelnlnr
INDIAN: RIVER, A Weird Story of the Pocitlv. Car far the Liquor Habit.. bath tuba having been added. The hotel has 80 sleeping rooms, line office,, I ; of
parlor, dining: rooms, ball rooms, orchestra of fine music, morning and evenIng .- FLORIDA. oUr Sea. It Is now !generally known and understood ; Is amid beautiful shaded grove, with seven hundred feet of verandas. '
that drunkenness li a disease and The tower of hotel being live stories, gives the finest view of mountain scenery ,
BY A. O. PEARSE.It not weakness. A body filled with poison, to be had In the State. Direct on Southern R'y., and fifteen miles north I
: " } J. G. BAST and nerves completely shattered by per of Afthvllle, N. C. No finer summer resort In tile United States for health U
Proprietor. iodical or constant use of liyoxlcatlo I or pleasure. Hotel opens June lot Hates $2 per day. Special weekly rate. : ;,
r liquors, requires an antidote capable of: to families and those remaining the whole sonson. Any Information desired' I, '
was on the fourteenth 'day out neutralising and eradicating this poison, Address: care Hotel Mount Mitchell, Black Mountain, N. C. 'a 1 \
P 'w The hotel fronts on the from Wellington, New Zealand when and destroying the craving for Intoxl Formerly of Jacksonville, Fla. MBS. N. L. WARD, Prop.
wide sweep of bay(7( milesIn about 180 miles to the southward cants. Sufferers may now cure themselves -
we were .
.. . .. ..
width formed the home without loss -- -- --- -- - - --
), by of Cape Horn that we fell In at publicity or
Indian River It of time from business this wonderful
making a HKNDlSltSONVlLIiK, N. C. I
derelict Her still
with the ship.
name '
J r delightful summer re "HOME GOLD CURE' whlob has been "
0 sort. Constant coo I faintly to be read on the scarred timbers perfected after many years of close study
+ + >' p"" "' 'R breezes from the sea andbay. was Resolution. That Is all we and treatment of Inebl'latOlThe\ faithful THE \VTT1717T TOT* IIENDERSONVILLE, N. c. '
Flowing sulphur learned about her from personal observation use according to directions of this won- 'f Hendersonvlllo's New Hotel. :
''I' springs. Special winter for the fact that hef- bold derful discovery Is positively guaranteed
.
Open all the year. Altitude 2,550> foot The dryest climate In North Carolina ,
rates.JACKSONVILLE. was half full of water precluded the to cure the most obstinate case/ao mat-
a possibility of careful examination; ter how hard a drinker. Our records Golf links. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred anti\: twenty-fir \

But on board of her we discovered a show the marvelous transformation ot bedrooms. Electric lights Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis-court. Ball rooms. I,

human derelict. lIe was lying In a thousands of drunkards sober, Industrious Mineral Springs. Bath rooms. Tenpin alleys. All modern conveniences ''I
and '
heap In the .galley and at' first we WIVES CURE upright YOUR men. HUSBANDS I II For further Information and rates, address. II I

thought It was a mere bundle of furs Children cure your fathers! This reme- BARDIN WHEELER, Proprietors, Ilendcrsonvllle, N. C. 4 : '
and rags. Closer scrutiny, however, dy Is In no sense a nostrum but Is a specific ''I
iDVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. revealed the fact that the bundle was for this disease only, and Is so skill No consumptive taken. .. j

There flicker of life In fully devised and prepared that It Is -- .. .. . .. "
a man. was a - --- -- - - -- --- - ---
bin)-DO more. *" thoroughly soluable ana pleasant to the K1C1IMOND, VA.'f''I
'"Full him around If you can" said taste, so that It can be given in a cup of +
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- 'the skipper to the ship's doctor. "1 tea or,coffee without the knowledge of: ,
the taking it. Thousands of .
novated. Newly furnished throughout Liberally conducted , . should like to hear how It was that he I' drunkards person have cured themselves with The RICHMOND, VA. I
was drifting around In that old bulk. ,Lexington
Rates $2.50 per day and up' this priceless remedy, and as many more
\I Main{
which by the way Is a danger .to navi have been cured and made temperate men Twelfth and Stioots. :
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor.. !gation." by having tLe cure 'administered by loving
My one fellow passenger, a man nam filends. and relatives without their American and European plans. '
ed Holroyd. and myself balled with knowledge In coffee or ton, and believe '
fESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. satisfaction the doctor's announcementa to-day that they discontinued drinking of American plan $2.30 to 1.I European plan $1 and upwards, :'

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. couple of days later that the patient their own free will. DO NOT' WAIT O A. MKIUUIT, Caterer. A. D. ATKINSON, Proprietor
Do not be deluded \by apparent and misleading .
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was sufficiently recovered to come -
American and up -- -- -
European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- / 'Improvement.' Drive out the
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water on deck and spend an hour with us In disease at once and for all time. The NEW YOU: I
the saloon. We-half led. halt carried IY I
"HOME GOLD CURE" is sold at the 0 :
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All him from his berth and-sat him down extremely low price of One Dollar thus

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 73o; and $1 a day. Rooms and on the after lockers. placing within reach of everybody a treatment Hotel Fifth' Ave and 15th street,.,
The stranger looked from one to the more effectual than others', costing Kensington
board $2.00 to $2.60 per day. other of us with an expression that $25 to ';;0. Full directions accompany 'New York. ?:

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.ST. was pitiful In his eager longing t9< give each package Special advice by sklllec .
utterance to some half formed Ideas. physicians when requested without extracharge. Select Family anti Transient Hotel. European Plan. '

AUGUSTINI Then suddenly he turned' me and] !Sent: prepaid to any part of the Restaurant tho Standard of Excellence. .' I
world on receipt of $1. Address Dept.
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asked: C 703 EDWIN B GILES & CO.;2U30-J2 GEORGE Q, HOWE, Proprietors '
' UGUSTINEFLORIDA.. "What year Is this?" I told him. Market St., Thlladelphla. All '
LOR IDA HOUSE correspondence Late of the Florida
"I thought perhaps It was a frightful strictly confidential. Buckingham, St. Augustine, and !other hotels. |Ii Ii0

The Old City BytheSea.This dream," he murmured "but It was real. 1 'S" S.. S-.. *-S-S lSSBMS-lS.-SSS- S SSS- - -M-S S HS-'-MS-S S_aS _ . _.__ __ ___ ___ _._ __ " I I.

well known hotel.will remain open the Entire Year St. Augustine Is 1 1a ity. Six yearsl I My God. six years!" SARATOGA 81MUNGS. N. Y.
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that lIe stopped abruptly and covered his cred from her log had been abanOoried _,_ : l
no other resort possesses Beautiful Routs and Beach for Driving and Bi face with his bands Holroyd pouredout 1 In latitude 74 degrees south anti longi : '
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing The hotel has all : I ( \
Unsurpassed.
tude JH) 38 before
degrees west years EVERETT HOUSE ;
a glass of wine and gave It to him. ,
modern Improvement that contribute the SARATOGA, SPRINGS, N. Y. |
can to comfort of guests. LIberally .
1 could. not believe when I I
This brightened him up a bit, and he uiy eyes ,
conducted. I
Capacity 250. Summer Rates $2 to #2.60 per day, $8 to 1 r
$12 week. slowly began again: read 1H),. degrees west longitude.: What This beautiful hotel will .
per .Focfurther particulars address family open for the 10th season, under the same t1 ,
F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. "On tbe 20th of December, nix years does It wen? t muttered. management, on June 1st, 1001 )!
-- ago we sailed from Adelaide In the 'It means.: said Captain Cleveland, New plumbing, with the latest Improvements, has been put In throughout ';, '
ship enterprise on an exploring expedition that we hare-crossed' the south polar the on tiro house, and it has also been newly painted and refurnished. ,i \\1,
LGONQUIN HOTEL ...FRO TIXG ON THE PLAZ4.... ID the antarctic regions. The cap continent front I tin eastern to the west-- The hutel'ccommotiatUlwo bundled guests (at reasonable rates) and has l

;, ST AUGUSTINE . FLORIDA. tain's name wan Cleveland. era 11(>1I11..pht'I''l'. have done that live hundred font of shady plazra. I '\
"1Ve steered for Kerguelau Island which Mill make us famous' Famous!; The location, opposite Windsor Hotel on Smith Brosilwny, Is one of the beet .1't
Sea View; Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and Airy, with where we lauded some seal fishers and Of what use! walt fame to us?" io Saratoga and only one block from all the principal springs" I I i "
For terms *nd other particulars. oIIIreMIO I I
comfortable bode Rates moderate. "It Is, the 1.
strangest story ever
then proceeded ou our voyage. On the
P. : II
bUAREZ./ Saratoga Hprings, NY.
:MRS. A. S. PELL, Proprietress. 27th of January we made out some heard said I lot ray iL I
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"We found a quantity of provisionson - - -- '
-- high land on the port bow. To tbe west - - --- II
OKMONO: the water was full of summer Ice but board" the speaker continued 'I' :
the water was clear to the southward, "most of which was In good condition.And Fishing XTets. :1i.

and we pushed on until tbe 23d) of aboard the old whaler we took upour
OTEL COQUINA ORMOND BY-THE-SEA. March when we were beset In the Ice winter quarters. I wna't trouble I .

East CoastofFlQrIda.; park, and It was only with tbe greatest you with an account of how we panned ', I

Hotel Coquina Is situated on .a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. While difficulty that we warped the ship Ipto our long weary months 'of Imprison .
i
It offers all the delights of the seashore, It is only ten minutes' walk, or five a small Inlet which the captain determined ment. I lost all account of time but I '
minutes by horse,car, from the orange groves and palm-shaded walks on tbe to make his winter quarters believe now that for nearly three years 1 : "
banks of the Halifax River. It Is two'mlleb from the railroad station, being "As soon as the ship was safely that ship's cabin was our home .
j"j"I
connected with It by horse-oar. Beautiful Walks and drives, groves of lemon moored we started to explore this desolate "Such a life will shake tbe foundations 4' :
orange, and rare tropical fruit, avenues of oleander and. palmetto. River, land which no ilviue man bad ever of the strongest mind and It was ,
ocean and surf-bathing and fine tlshlnl The climate Is / and
beneficial $ delightful, it set foot upon or even seen. It was evi- near the end of another polar night '
cases of overwork I
Will or nervous prostration. dently part of a great southern continent that Cleveland suddenly went mud, \ .1. :, 'J,
open about the 1st of June, but will be In a position ,to take care of T
guests after May lO'.h. Summer Rates: t'J per day; $R to $12 per week. which stretched beyond the pole clambered down upon the Ice and fan ; I
For further Information address, D. B. MATHESON, Ormoad, Fla. Itself. And over those frightful and wildly toward the south; I never saw GREAT REVOLUTION in FISHING NETS.' /
1/
"voiceless solitudes of snow ci.'t. him again. "
- FREE ONE. 1OATAJ.OQUE
SEND FOR
determined to force his a-s-soon The narrator broke down completely '" <
SEAnIu Zt::. spring rendered traveling way possible. as at this point, but soon' took up his To'redtice: our stock we are compelled to cut our former prices In two., Our cata !

"With the first trace of returning story logue will give you present BOTTOM PRICES. "

' BY-TIIE-SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA. light we made preparations for an 'expedition "Gradually, Inch by -Inch,. the ship The Chicago Net ,and 'Twine Co. !I'

he Breakers (City Beautiful.) to tbe south and on tbe 24th worked her way through miles of park "

of September we started. For a monthwe Ice, and one morning 1 awoke to find a 70-S1-8.1 E. Indiana Street. Chicago Illinois. '
Two Hundred Feet North of Ooean'Pler.New traveled under a sky, as blue as glorious expanse of open' water In front !
and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100 Italy', and then .. .. ... .
guests. Overlooking the the weather changed. of me. through which the ship slowly r- --;-
Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath; Fogs .
singleor snowstorms and gales succeeded gilded. For days-nye, weeks-I drifted
en suite. First-class system modern plumbing throughout the entire bulld- .
each other
rendering traveling awork on over the deserted ocean with
Idg. Twentb-elght bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh
water of such difficulty and asoil In The lon..llnellllwa f
shower danger'tbat we Oever) sight.
baths. Life line extending fbur hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two NineHERBINE.
latest Improved life boats for safety to bathers at any possible mishap, and for had to make the best of our way back l awful. I longed for companionship .
deep sea fishing. Special attention will be paid to fishermen and fishing parties to the ship which we reached In January and 'dared not go down Into I the
under the personal supervision of manager. Tbe "Breakers' has been erected only to find that the lee had forced cabin,. for every Bound made me start
without regard to expense to meet the demands of those who appreciate first- her blgb op on the shore amid a mass In terror."

class service, and.it will be the aim of the management to retain it; as such. of debris. She was still habitable, During tbe'latter part o(,.bl.> recital of Pure Juices{ from Natural Roots.
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY-Opens July 1, 1901. Rates $8 to $12 per though she would never float again. tile wanderer's" voloe bad grown weak. f
week. Special to families and parties. Any further Information will be glady "Six more
months
weary dragged by. er and weaker his pauses longer and all the
furnished .
upon application to G. A. PACETTI Manager,
Escape to tbe north being cut off by a W [
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.Furnished cottage&o rent In Seabreeze, Fla. more frequent. again offered him R'EGUi-ATESthellver'StomachandBowels, \
connection with hotel. H. ,L. KOCHERSPEROBR, Prop. terrier of Ice mountains Captain Cleveland wine, but be refund It.: PeopleSuffer '

determined' to make another at- "At length I took up my abode on .
tempt to cross the polar sea or coati deck altogether, living In the galley" I
EAU GALLIE. neat, whichever It was and reach Graham Malaria Biliousness
he went on. .\lkI from that time until CURES Constipation
Land where be might be pickedup I found myself-brre-1 remember- ,

EAU OALLIE, FLA. by .a whaler! nothing. How long-I. have-been drift from a Stomach'and Impaired DigasJionDiseased ,
otel Granada "Our original of 85 <
crew was now reduced "
On Indian Riser by sickness and accident to about In.ne stopped and gazed at us with a ; Every Bottla Goaraoteed to Cure Satisfaction <" *f j

to. We carried a quantity of provisions, glassy stare.- Then h!." tried to speak .. ZaAIiO.x+r JElOTTL.m.a<<.A.x..LDO.m.
The Hotel Granada. Is located at Eau Gallte,Fla., 102 miles south of Jacksonville hoisted tbe ensign at the peak and bad"goodb1'
again, but words from I .
no his
the came lips. Liver Price no Cent.
on
west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating hunting and to the Enterprise on Oct. 20.
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike "Aa Suddenly his head fell forward upon
hotel. Rates $2.60 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. and we advanced farther the peaks his chest and his arms dropped limplyto Prepared by JAMES r. BALLARD St. Loub, Mil,
Open all the rough ground fell away until an his side. The doctor
year. Address GLEASON BROS., Eau Gallic, Fla. caught him as
unbroken sheet of snow stretched- -- _away.. -. he collapsed!: and between us we car.
before us. Nowhere else on earth wouldIt tied him to bin bunk. Ere another day'ssun

TALLAIIA8SKK. be. possible to find such- otter desclsylion. row li,>'was dead.. The derelict bad If

reached port at last. You Have Not
T. JAMES Hotel The crew held a consultation and e
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Such Is the stran&e story of James ;
even the boldest of them being dismayed Wilson found on the ship Resolution, ,
Centrally located. The only I brick hotel In the The table Is the
city. supplied by gloomy prospect addressed as told by himself.-St. Louis
with the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds. Rates $3: to $.1 a request to Captain Cleveland Republic. '

per day. Special by the week. to return to the Enterprise. This he refused Found What You Want f'' +

MRS. F. R. MB.Prop. to do, but eight men*determined Files are not only In, and of themselvesvery mi r

-- to go back alone and so, giving them painful "and annoying but often

ATLANTA, OA. one of the sledges and their provisions. , grave greatly and aggravate painful affections and even, cause and should other For 11 Home suppose you take:trip down and loot-s6.a.xe
we parted company. Whether they ever Fruit and Garden Lands "
therefore, not be nogle ted. Tablet's along the t
TIE KIMBALL HOUSE ATLANTA; GA. reached the ship I know not. Buokeye[ Pile Ointment Is a great boonto
"We kept on and on, forever toward sufferers as It will care them. Price. East Coast

UNDER :NEW MANAGEMENT i the south and oqe by one my companIons 80e. in bottles; tubes, 75o. Wilson's. ;

American and European Plans. Liberally conducted.' All modern equip died along the road until there -'- .

ments. Central location, opposite Union Passenger Station. Atlanta's were only four of us left-the captain Bow l. Brail Fl.... Settlers are I.t
High Grade and Popular Hotel. For rates, eta, address myself and two seamen. It was about Select any kind of fish tbat is in season looking this flocking way, drop Injbnt a line still toJAS. thereTIs room. It yea ar*
JAS. E. HICKET. this time that I fell Into a sort of wipe sprinkle with salt and pepper ',

trance How long I continued In this place In a well greased broiler and E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Pr.ldent. . '
LITIIIA SPIIINGS, GA. dazed state 1 do not know but when I broil over a clean fire. Remove from 'IJ ,
recovered! comuMoueness I found myself the broiler season with salt and pepper J LO IDA EAST COAST R'Y, ,

I.1THIA standing 90 a rocky bendlond gas-: and brush over with soft butter. Serve 'ST. '
AUQUSTINE.
he Sweetwater Park Hotel and Baths BPRIWS8, lug down upon a ship which was Imbedded with potatoes a la maitre d'hoteL -- --- ."7T -. -- ---- .--. FLA..:' "
GKOK6U. > In the center of a field of rough' : '--- ,
flushed
Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on Southern Railway. A commodious Ice. A few paces from me stood Captain Plumb cheeks, with the soft JOE s
well built, modern hotel. Electric Lights. Steam Heat. Service and Cleveland gaunt and hollow eyed. glow of health, an j a pure complexion PRINTINGW.
cuisine unexcelled. Mineral Massage Vapor Turkish and Nodle Bath. No one else was" In sight. make all women beautiful. Herblne imparts W.

;ature'a remedy for rheumatism gout, kidney and nervous. troubles. High "The strange ship was the American and tbe strength and vitality to the system, OF ALL KINDS
hue of health
altitude to the
rosy cheeks.
Dry climate. For booklet address. JAS. E. HICKEY..11MIL whaler Resolution
wbleh we: dlscpv- d
Price
25 cents. B. R. Wilson A Son. ADVOCATE ;
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FLORIDA Visitors who can- COMMANDRY AT DAYTONA. Robbins & Graham Co. E. LRR.A.l::: DEALERS Y IN-&, :: 3Rp-,

call should write for a -
rot at our stores

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. I a large Ia tweek,throng Daytona who were was present quite gay to with Institute -, (Incorporated.) GROCERIES, GRAIN 'AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS T

c \ the order of Oriental Commandry PAiD} UP CAPITAL f2 ,OOO.OO. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FKH 1 1117 1 1 | ,
ccM'cr h 5 :J ( Knights Templar. Meetings were held We deal exclusively In the above line of Roods; and solicit the tradet r i Ipt
and afternoonsand This owns onto"
on Wednesday Thursday company Write as for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at you stlu, a
112 W. For ytb /tat: Jacksonville; also at evening, when orders were conferred X- .A. 3ST '3D. S ers E. L. BRADY: BRO. TITU8VILT. FI] A"'
St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. upon four candidate. Oriental Com- ,

mandry was opened and .organized, and In-the Indian River C,,_atry; On the St. W. E. '
Em. Commander C. L. Smith was received -i 8. W. CARROLL, 4uLU.rhUa
.THE' ANHEUSER BUSCH In full form. The order of the' Lucle River; at New River and on Bay
.. ,,, Temple'vans closed and the Corn mandry: BUcayne.l Prices to suit the times Carroll <& Goldsmith
opened In the Red Cross with Em. Sir ,
Brewing Asso's. Knight S. B. Wright as Sovereign Master Send for Land List. -Dealers In-

I conferred, and the upon order fourteen of the candidates Ked Cross; was the Offices at Tltuevillo and Miami Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, 'FRUIT AND VEGETABLE

Famou Bt.Lout Keg and Hot-, same evening the order of Sir Knight was Your
Crockery. Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Patronage S"h"ted.))
I QKO. M. BOBBINS, F. A. MORGAN .
trod Jleer. conferred upon the same candidates, Em. FLORIDA.
Pineapple Slip and Suckers Sir Knight James Carnell acting as Em. President. Actuary.
Sold by MeiKm.F.A. Loslajr and

a R. L..Motlow,TltiiBvllIe.Fla. I Commandoc.The following: companions were dubbed Brevard Abstract of Titlc Co., iNriiANiiIVEiiicE'FAc'fOUY.TIXUSVII.LE =

1 By Mr. R.L, MoLl,""",Cooon, Fla. Pineapple Blips And Suckers for snle and knighted Knights Templar: C. :M. .
Nothing but flrst.claNs plants will be sold Marlon M. Brunson Fred- WILL FURNISHAbstracts
T BlnRham, jr., FLA.Is .
.JOSEPH ZAPF Red Spanish and Abbakaa, from the De- erick A. Morgan Dr. H. K. DuBois Jas. of Title "
Vlnne plantation. W. Wilkinson, Jas. E. Andrews, Ernest prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special .lttenUoQ
Address, II. C. STARCK, F. Maovelgb, T L. Rogers, Chas. T. -FOB LANDS IN'- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto
Sole Agent. 22: 3t Malabar, Fla. Lewis II. Kahn F. A. Losler .
McCarty, Brevard County. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J.
.r Harry E. Linker, S. II. Gove, Dr. II. D.
610 to 020 West Bay Street, Plantation For Sale. Brown, Chas. A. Ballough; Prof. Z. T. Office under Law Office of ---

Merritt, Marlon E. Gruber, Louis H. ''I GEO. M. ROBBINS, R. WALKEB. C. II. SWAIW.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Lane. .
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TITUSVILLE -
Fifteen acre pineapple plantation. The visitors were treated right royallyby
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Three acres Improved. About one and Goods Shoes
the Masonic brethren of and
-SOI.,1) K Y- Daytona Dry ,. ,
one-half acres In pineapples. River Jrott.
and members of the Hall-
neighborhood/ EaSt t Coast Meat MarketG.
Price 00000.(( Address, fax River Tacht Club threw the doors of
F. A. LOSLEY J. S. SMART, the club.house wide open on this occa- Furniture iqk f
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3t Kio, Fla. sion. F. DUREN, Agent.

TITUSVILLE, FLA. r== 23
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DEATH OF BISHOP MOORE. : Notions and Millinery
COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION, 3 ; -
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0 At 10 o'clock, Tuesday morning Bishop o "y wi. : New Goods at close prices.

A competitive examination of schoolteachers John Moore, of St. Augustine de- .. wrq : PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
took place at the Schoolhouse, parted this life, after his threescore t=* YOUR A
at this \place, on Tuesday before County; years and nearly ten of hard work almost -P2 a Walker & Co.
Supt. li. E. Minis, for the purpose of twenty-five years of which were devoted John R. t
awarding a free echolart appolntmen to the upbuilding of the diocese of IId 'TITUSVILLE FLA.Special. . '
from Brevard county to the State Norma Florida as its bishop. Bishop Moore's\ __ c.n --
School at DePunlak Springs This examinatlon illness dates back to August 4. ISOfl =' -
Is In aocordanoe with Chapter when he Buttered a slight stroke of paralysis yIn
:801)0) Laws of Florida. The examination while In Wllkesbarre, Pa. So e='
l Is similar to those for teachers 10 soon after as he was able to travel, the TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.If Attention !
pRlry'kCCN county schools. According to the rule Bishop returned home, recovering sufficIent -
I "e yGHO the scholarship Is to be awarded to the to again take up diocesan duties.
applicant between 18 and 25 years of an ft Kt. Kev. ut hop John Moore was born l GIVEN tO :MAIL ORDERS FOR-
f whose examination grades, moral character JuDe 2-&, It<34, at Roll mead, Ireland, from dJ "
t s' Ma habits, physical condition and the Mooies of Rosemead, and on his lakf Hardware Tinware Crockery Glassware
I 1 K manifest adaptlblllty for teaching Indl mothers side of the O'Farrells of Sour. ,
i a Ott) a tai oats the greatest probability of success loughtown, county of Weitmeath. Ills
as a toucher. No person Is entitled to I ancestors were large land owners In that Harness and Stoves.
enter the State Normal School on part of the country, and the picturesque

scholarship appointment, or otherwise, Ivy-covered ruins, at the present day one Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
fi whose scholarship qualitioa.tlons fall bn- of the rare sights of Rossmead, are whatIs WOur
low the requirements for teacher's third left of the ancestral home. The Bish
grade certlllcate in this State. In oas ,, op's forefathers have been burled there Jas. Pritchard & Son.
HEAR & TAYLOR, there shall be only one applicant In a for many generations, but his father was
county for scholarship appointment and the first to be Interred there since the
d ) ,:;;; ., Artesian Well he or she shall hold a teacher's legal certlfloate confiscation of the estate in the penal Postofllce Box 213. ,
(other than a temporary) Issued days dating from the time of Cromwell's
F oJ:1d.a.
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f&* In this State, the scholarship may be Invasion down to about 1830. The father Titusville., -

&m /I.4I-S5U I I CONTRACTORS, awarded without an examination. died*} when the Bishop was fourteen years -
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'f ..1.1fi Before the first payment of scholarship of age. The Bishop was beloved by all "--r .

I ", :. ,. };;k Eau Gallic Fla. shall money sign shall and be file made with to the any appointee principal he of: countenance who knew him will personally.be seen no. and more.his genial Your Honse Goes up in Smokeand The: Nation's

the State Normal School to be by him "San Mateo"
: -- - ---- ---- -.--- you loose everythingIt .
flied In the office of the State Superintendent Best Cigar
Is fault. ,
.rlh l3rewry: of Public Instruction, a written FISHING I ON THE EAST COAST you own
j agreement binding himself or herself to 37MXTO: Izns' .wi :non
010 West Bay St., Jacksonville, teach In the publlo schools of this State
Moonlight fishing from the Tltusvllle sufficient to cover the value of the prop. It's allFlorldn
health permitting, for at least four yearsof wharf has been In order this week, and erty and household effects should be carried .
Wines Liquors and Cigars.AnheuserBusch the six years next succeeding the ex. large numbers of trout, bass and other Rates are not nigh. The companiesI ,.
b piration of the scholarship, or to refund fish have been hauled In with hook and represent' are solvent, reliable and lib- made from tobacco doctored with
heavy tropical ,
Why boy Imported cigars,
Pale to the State the money received from line. eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
Extra on Draught. said scholarship.It Don't neglect to take out a policy opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent
Fine Cold Lunch Served Dally. seems as If no provision had been Major A. St. Clair Abrams, who l Is an ?
t; The best of Service and a pleasant. quiet I'made for the young lady teacher who enthusiastic fisherman,occasionally manages O). S. Solo.-u.yloi-: price
sesort., JOHN F. MUNCH, Mgr. may feel disposed to get married within to make a haul of fish. from the pierat TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA FREE. BY MAIL TO ANY) B'usof .. 61.00>

the above agreed time; and l enoe they Atlantic Beach Correspondence Invited. ADDRESS....../ Box of . . . . '1.11'
may have considered the above terms of Mr. Frank C. Hatch, of West 44th ----- -
Save Your Vegetables/ agreement too binding upon them. Anyway street, New York, a recent guest at the .--FOJl SALE BYRobt. WROwi = .,
only two put In an appearance for Hotel Continental, Atlantic Beach, Fla, .
examination at'. Tltusvllle on Tuesday, while out with a distinguished party of li. Motlow SAN MATEO, FLA.
.t/ t AitOSUIM via: Miss Beatrice Sanders, of Indlanola;; tl fishermen made a phenomenal catch of ,
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tmwwd Tltusvllle and Cocoa, Fla. --------- --- --- -- --
eat Se. SIN ear and Miss Ella Singleton; of Cocoa.The twenty fish at one haul says the Tlmes-
$
reTN1eA examination closed on Wednesday Union and C'lilzen After
: respondut.
and the above young ladles are now most exciting and dexterous handlingof rtnNifett :Field: : aI ..,d O-a-rciean. Seed.Swept .
te anxiously awaiting the result. rod and reel, )lr. Hatch succeeded in

wiz Mpg .,,, Mart bringing In an Immense blackfish which
g had In lis mouth nineteen cavalll which
EASTERN STAR SOCIAL. were soon lying arovnd on dock, to the clean by the fire of May the 3rd. Have on band again a Complete

< c"rt'a ..... of the crowd 'for while
amazement
r a"s ; they Stock of Seeds-all kinds for Summer Crops. ,Write for prices of Seeds
... On Tuesday evening the ladle. of Hall wished to show Mr. Hatch what real

I i.? ".Ta of' Friendship Chapter No. 11, Order of Florida fishing was like, they readily for fall planting. Fresh Stock and Poultry Powders. Lambert's Death to
;; Eastern Star gave an Ice cream social la acknowledged this was JUit" little beyond .
Masonic hall, Titusvllle. There was their expectations, and were not kNISNh Lice, Slug Shot, etc. A few pairs of grown Belgian flares at $:S per pair,
quite a good attendance of masons and nuch less. .suipiised. than .the, New sear
their families present, all of whom joinedin Yorker .full blood:
: Ert :
SA.HAstLTlNt's C.J1C the spirit of the affair with considerable
---jmoD1 ;;.. I pleasure. Vocal and Instrumental L. CAMERON. :The Seed Store.

Protect orchids, gardens, cotton, corn, music and games helped to while away STRUCK BY A RATTLESNAKE. 't a S ,2OTHE 123 East Bay.Street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
very
the time pleasantly until nearly 10
tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, and all =
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o'clock, when free Ice cream and cake ----
other fruits and vegetables from the were supplied In abundance until about Word was brought; to town yesterday !: GREATEST DISCOVERY or THE '
ravages of Insects without the use of 10:40, when all present wended their way of the'death of Mr. Llge; Carter,. who NINETEENTH CENTURY. ESTABLISHED 1870.

poison or spray Send '1.00 for sample to We their understand respective It homes.Is the Intention of was I r.bitten Carter by wl'h.a rattlesnake party of Wednesday.M friends was. SMOKEYOUNG'S

trap by malL.AGENTS. the ladles of the above order to give these In the woods hunting and sat down on a M.: Lane & von
WANTED IN EVERY entertainment- every time there Is a fifth hog to rest. On arising he was struck MAGIC .
COUNTY. Address, Tuesday In the month-the regular meetIngs several Inches above the heel. Immolate
B. BUTTON being on the first and third Tuesdays Investigation was followed by the Catarrh 288 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW
J. Bee
.man, Consumption Cough
-and all Masons, In good standing, horrible revelation that the stinging sensation ,
Ocala, Fla. and their families, will be heartily wel. ha experienced had' been caused Southern d.K'Produce
See local notice la another column. corned at these socials. This was the by the fang of a rattlesnake. The horror Asthma and LaGrippe Care. Fruit
first social of Its kind; and, as far as an stricken friends of the young man bur-
could bid ledly carried him home where every The woailnrfill unoomn that baa limn obtained
Remember that the EAST COAST ADVOCATE reporter see, they
this Magic Curt In so short a time,
by
.A DVOOATa does all kinds of job printing fair to become In Tit u ullle. available remedy and antidote was ap- which I Ii*Kraut shown by the iitneit testimonial from Corn.: %: .i=S1OZ3: :: Mt :rcha: a.ta.
i1 at short notice. Send them an order It Is more than probable that a regular Neighbors on hearing the news Sane of the bent cltlMnM It.cure,I.a.uf-
and be convinced that It Is the plan to program will be make out on the next. hastened to offer what assistance they floleDt guarantee_. to thus suffering from the I SPECIALTIES : ORANGES and GRAPEFRUIT. T. Stencils, Cards and our quO
UHw They should not fall to It.
above < try
have job printing done. occasion for there are quite a few could, but despite the efforts to counteract HI* a purely... r"ll'ltahl.mltOUnd. I challenge tatlons furnished on 'application.
singers connected with the Chapter the effect of the poison, the young the world to deny, that this III the flrat and only
man gradually grew worse until 10&U: lure cure for Cnnmiinptlon. Catarrh Cough., ---- --
-Please mention the ADVOCATE: when o'clock Thursday morning! ,when he died. Aothma and La Grippe that ban ever been put -
writing advertisers. FROM" TUB!: OCALA EVENING!: STAR before the nubile ft baa never failed In any
. He was struck about 11 o'clock the previous caM ha been trial. CREAM
:.rlct I'onnt'f::: ': 'S
Of April 1st, 1001. forenoon. Great Cure the smoke goes ;
J Testimonial. Mr. .Carter was a son of Mr. David lung,and destroys all microbe W ORT I SIVEWHRI! II11a1e =UGE

"We are Indebted lo Mr. George Close Carter, and was a splendid specimen of 91 per package. Trial package 85 cents Quolll1.For .
. and lettuce have physical manhood. He was well kno..nthroughout Sent prepaid to any part cf the U. S. aaettf. !Ieol Is
James C. Wlgnall, Boat: Dullder, No. 015 for the finest cabbage we
Warren St., Kensington; Philadelphia. ever seen grown In Florida. Mr. Close I.a Is will be mourned, and his his untimelyeath HENRY Prepared THOMAS only bv 2D Years Has Led all! Worm Home lela fEgj

I J. O. Walton, 1<:III}., Tltusvllle Flat t nan of line\ judgment, and one of the rlends. St. Augustine by Record.numerous Chemist A Druggist./ LaVllla Pharmacy. BOLD: : :: BY ....x.x. :aRVS3r6Ias'i'A.Prpiiid :: : .
-
Dear successful truckers in the State .
Sir Your most
:- Rapid Calking Machines br- -41. Louie
Jacksonville, Fla.Clyde.Steamship. JAMES F. BALLARD SL
heartedae ,
are In use la my boat and and ha la as generous and large .
are regarded as an 10 ah"r'great he Is prosperous." Mrs Close bought THE BRONCK- CASE. --
utility. It saves time and labor, and Is his seed front the Old Reliable Seedsman, Line. --- ------- -- --
.
of great service In calking light boats J. II. Sutton, who handles only the best .
where beauty of finish Is desired, and It Seeds to be had especially adapted to The above case, which came up before Tickets and reservations via the Clyde The Oldest Eatabll lahed Grain and Seed House In the Stan.s
does not bruins the seams like the old Florida and makes a specialty of the Judge Jones last winter, at Tltusvllle, Steamship Line can be secured of Cbas. YALaA '
method of calking. ,1 cheerfully recommend finest strains of Cabbage, Egg Plant. Lettuce when Mr and Mr. Bronck were guests U. Walton, at the ADVOCATE: office, Ti-
It as well adapted to meet the ordinary Onion and Tomato Seed :see display of the Indian River hotel,Is again before tnsvllle. Wm.: A. Sours: : 3s Co.
requirements of the trade. advertisement In another column. he public but In another form, for It Is
Yours truly, JAS. C. Win N At,!.. low stated that Bronck, who Is said toM WALTON CALKIXO TOOL Is one of
Mr. WljrnAll's boat shops are adjoining > a millionaire, baa disappeared and the best thlnars for boatbullders and GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
lit ned.
Cramp's shlp-bulldlng yards. He I.buildIng Seven Years his whereabouts unknown. As soon aat.be yachtsmen; price $4 Oil( and ,8 00 each ,
the boats for the men-of-war that 'Will wonders ever cease?" Inquirethe Supreme Court decided against him For sale st Jas. Pritchard A Sou's, !
'144+ were built by Messrs. Cramp A: Co. friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Lawrence 10 the habeas corpus case he seems to Tltusvllle Fla.TITUSVILLE'S. ? Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
j tJr1! 0. sale by Jas. Prltehard: Son. ,TCan. They "knew she had been have arranged to step out. Bronck left
unable to leave her bed la seven years on Land last Saturday night,and the son TRAINS. 'I .ft. 1oIItVII. M" 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Agta. .

On Your Home account of kidney and liver trouble, left on the night train Sunday. Suits ,
Way for Purina Feed.
nervous prostration and general debility; were at once entered and served on The following are the times of arrival Warehouses on tracks of S.A. L. R'y. and Plant Yltelll
1 Stop at Camden S. C., Southern Pines but "Three bottles of Klectrla Bitters young Bronck: before he got away. One and departure of passenger trains to and --- ---
r a and nneh.rst, N. CCall at city ticket enabled me to walk"*she writes, "and salt by Stewart Ely of DeLand, for from Tltusvllle '
office of the Seaboard Air Line Railway, In three months felt like a new person." .2.1,000, one by I. A. Stewart for 10,000 sotrrnBocmD.Lean .
... 20.1( : West Bay street, Jacksonville, for Women suffering from headache, back. and one by J.V.. Perkins for(3,500 have *TltuaTllle. for Miami.<1 at 1:06: p..... Fine Job Work Quickly Execute
it i InfcrniAtlon regarding elegant hotel ache, nervousness, sleeplessness, melan been entered. The suits are on the in. Intermediate point
accommodation. choly, fainting and dizzy spells will findit emnlty bonds /given by Bronck and son woa.a.oeaa.Gan .
The.evils for Jacksonville at 1:11II ....
: p.
a priceless blessing. 'fry It. Satisfaction to secure release from jail under the writ and IntermediaM points. AT THE ADVOCATE I
I, r .- Reading notice ads on this page Is guaranteed. B. R. Wilson& Son. of[ ne exeat Issued by Judge Jones, of TI. *. Tltnavtlle for Sanford "T-rtla-m OFFICE.Letter .

A v are lire cents per line per week. Only OOcts. er. usvllle. Arrive TltiuvlU from Sanford '::20...... Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes, Shipping Tags and anything else you rod J JT









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