Title: East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: August 9, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00359
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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(d Topic of General Interest. -Capt, R. A. Hardee, of Sebastian -Take note of t was in town a day or so the first of the F. Paddlson's on our 4tb, page. is now staying at Eau Gallie.Ilrevnid Council met In regular session in the understand, for botell ease. I I
week. Board Rooms the Postollice Tuesday
over -
THE ADVOCATE -Dr. J.'III. Dixon, of this place.-paid a County Court will convene, Where to stop along the East Coast "
when the following aldermen I
-Mr. S. T. nnghes: a well known veg- visit to his mother at Cocoa Tues- Titusville evening I i'
I 11.50 in advance on at on Monday next. See list of hotels ,on 7th
per annum etable /grower: of Oslo was In town Sunday were present : J. H. Walker (chair page .1
1.00 six months, and Monday morning.Mr. day. -Mrs. Win. .Tarvts, of Cocoa l'a..CJ1. man), J). ,I.. Oaulden (I. F. Duron cud Tho AnvocATR Is now on file at all 'I
$Z.00 per an. to foreign countries.r -Mr. II. T. Titus has one of the finest. through here, Tuesday, en route to Sea- }'.,A. Iollley. \best) hotels in New York city. : l'l'tbe
T. G. Ronald, of Lotus spent a phonographs we have yet heard in this The usual routine business was gone I
Reading notice ads. are ten cents day or so In town the first of the week. town.. breuze.Mr. through with payment of bills, etc. '1 Where to spend the. summer? Look'at, I I I
Lawn tennis kept him busy while heie. and Mrs. It.'B. Ransom former the hotel advertisements on 7th '
The of fire page.
this question protection was
'on
line page. -Mrs. E. L. Brady and little daughterwere rtBldonts of Titusvllle, are residing lu i ,
-Mr, S. F. Gibbs of Melbourne, was -Mr. J. H. Mlot, County Commissioner In Cocoa from Tuesday until to- Jacksonville. taken up and( discussed very thoroughly, Whore to stop In Titusvllle? See Tltuavillo r : l
[ of Indianola, was In town several! I day. Judge 1), L. Gaulden, Attorney Cloo. M.liobblns hotel and boarding house ads on ,\f i I' '
own on Monday. this -There will" \ be TitusvllleFreemasons CommisstUnor.iohn. It. ,
days week, attending to his usual a meeting County our 7th page.. !
r Mr.C. B. Sanders \ pia. was duties on the lioaul. County Tax Assessor J. F. Woolen, i this evening/ HppcUl\ work Walker, Mr. K. L. Bindy and Major F I ,,
[toWon Sunday and Monday of Cocoa was In town a couple of days and a,full !attendance reeluo8tcd.AI'chdeacon M. Taylor taking an earnest part In It, The ADVOOATH Is on sale nt Hotel I.I
DOTTED SWISS RUFFLED CUR- or so this week. A motion to levy a two-mill tax for Continental, Atlantic Bench its well all :'I!
Mr. J. G. Bast drove as far us ('OCOl't talus, regular price $2.&:>, this after- B. F. Brown will bolt fire protection wan not seconded! ; ami t a ut the news stand at; the Union Station, ';. i I it :
Friday, returning here Saturday noon uud to-moirow $1.87.J -Mr. R. R. Ricnu,. wholesale fIsh deal. divine services In :St. Gabriel's church, motion was then made and cairleu to lay Jacksonville, >
fnoon.Mrs.. R. WALKER & Co. er of Jensen, accompanied by his son, 'TltiiHvllle. on Sunday next at 11 a. m., the \
motion to two-mill tax the
levy on
a The Breakers and Clarendon Inn Sea- !
was in town on Tuesday. and 7:30() p. m. ,
W. M. Woodward moved from -Miss Braddock, of Sebastian who table until! Monday evening.next, Aug. biooze, are said to be font filling up with ,' ,
> Crabb cottage to the Gaulden cot- has been on a lengthened: visit to her FANCY PORTIER9, WORTH 2.00 -Mr. K \V. Simmons has rented the 12th, for final action. guests, who are having a glorious timeon ',
fe, yesterday. sister, Mrs. McUrlde, of Seville, passed tins afternoon and trmoirow at 117.; McFailand residence now owned by Mr. The Bonicl then. adjourned to moot at the beach. I', i
through here, Monday, en route home. J. R. WALKER & Co. J. O. Best of the Indian River hotel, and 7.30: o'clock on Monday evening next 1,1
Editor R. N. Andrews of the Cocoa
moved Ms family there last Saturday. . . The Seaside Inn, Seabreeze gave .n .
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Id,I Rockledge News, was In town part KJT: A first-class ticket over the Mallory -Mr. B. L. Content, who had been at ------- -- musicale. Saturday evening/ at which $ !
I sunday; and Monday. Line Brunswick to New York and Oak Hill for the past ton days visiting Judge J. I). Beggs, of Orlando, and TO BE HEARD IN TITUSVILLE.F. there were about one bundled guest $1 .

-Mr, R. Conkling/ of Tlllman. was return, for.sale reasonable. his brother, returned to Titusvllle on Judge Isnno A. Stewart of DeLand were present A number of the guests favored "t,

town this week, attending to his duties ADVOCATE office, Titusvllle, Fla. Monday. In town Tuesday and Wednesday, attending K. Gardner and wife, of Jacksonville the company with vocal or Instrumental
to law matters before 1\f\ I S. ,
{County Commissioner.Mr. -The Rev. Jas. P. DePass, of Live Judge J. B. Gaines, of Leesburg Jones. Judge have upplled to the courts to settle music., .
Oak returned home this week, after a was in town from Friday until Saturday the business affair of the firm of Ganlner Hotel Coquina Ormoml-by-Sea will be
Walter W. ,
-the Florida State Hunt Fair special Association agent/: pleasant visit at Hotel Coquina, Ormond last, attending to a law case before JudgeM. -Mr. Erastus Hopkins,of the Planters' & Iyko, pioprletors of the Crystal open for guests thin summer. Fine fishing ,/
Beach where he much fine S. Jones. Mrg.. Co. Lake left via saloon strained relations which have "
(cksonvllle, is In town today.We enjoyed the I Nary, on Friday bathing sailing and cUlvlng. Kate ,
surfbathing.Miss the Mallory lips, en route to Boston; existed for some time past, having culminated '
Judge D. L. Gaulden is having his *2 per day, *8 to *U: per week. Further
.- acknowledge receipt of a copy 01Waumbek' Ethel Coutant, stenographer in old fence removed from In front of his I, where he will spend the ]larger part of: last Saturday so as to render It J particulars of I).'Matheson, Manager, I

Penny Dally, published the Indian River Mate Bank, Titusvllle, residence, and It Is to be re-placed by a his vacation. Impossible that the partnership should Hotel Coquina, Oimond, Flu] eWe :
|Jefferson, White Mountains, N. H. left, Wednesday for Oak 11111. where she neat-Iookl cypress fenoe. i. -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mender be beneficially conducted.The ,
of the following
Frank K. Gardner acknowledge receipt I'
Mayor W.R.Thomas, wild and child\ will stay with her patents until Mr. Wm. at Tampa, on Sunday morning last a proprietors are
,
Mrs. II. L. Hoover ball
M. Brown returns from the north. after spending a and Barford Pyke. Ou August 9, Gardner Invitation to a : "Editor of EAST f
{Gainesville, have been of hotelquinn fine bouncing girl. Jake'amanyfrlendl
guests few weeka with her husband at the : was notified by Pyke, demanding R COAST ADVOOATK, Tlt.unlllet Fla.: The
Ormond Beach, during the pasto -Mrs.\ C. Minor Berry, of Orlando, Indian River hotel Titusvllle, returned In this section will, no donbt, be pleased dissolution of this copartnership thai honor of your presence and that of your
weeks or ro. well known as a newspaper correspondent to Jacksonville on Tuesday to learn of the above. he be paid *8OOO for his Interest by U) faintly I requested by the Manager of I I

"Keep on sending' the ADVOCATE, ass and the popular writer for Field and -Note change of ad. of Jacksonville's -Mr. and Mis. M. E. Gruber, of West o'clock on the rooming of Monday, August the Prospect House, Shelter Island i'I II 1
i the best and most newsy weekly we Stream left, on Friday, for New York prominent seed/: merchant-Mr. L. Cameron Palm Bench, passed through here, yesterday b. This stop resulted In F. K. Gardner Height, Long Island, New York at the j ,
dive from Florida," says Mr. T. O. and Buffalo going via Mallory line, and -on our 8th He has a fine on their way to the mountains of: and wife having a bill filed In Duva second annual mid ummer ball, Satur ,I .; ,
fling, of Chicago will write up the trip Yield It Georgia's stock of new onion page.seed on hand. North Carolina) and other places, on a Circuit Court, asking for dissolution and day evening, August 10th, 1001.. i
famous Sea Islands,for and Stream. vacation of a moath or two. an accounting of the business. The
-Dr. R. M. Mason, Sanford's well. ....Mr. H. J. One of the busiest day of the seasonat !
low n dentist, arrived ac the Indian Vice-President J. R. Parrott, of the of Miami Whaler arrived a prominent jeweler -Mr. and Mrs. F.'T. Budge and family matter owing to the absence of Judge Hotel Coquina, Ormond,was on Saturday ''i '
In
Ivor hotel, Titusvllle, on Monday. He F. E. C. Railway arrived Titusvllle on He business here.town ;yesterday We of Miami, arrived In town yesterday, Call will be brought before Judge Jones last, when Manager 1) B. Matheson I,
may a give .
ill remain a week or so longer. a special train about ft o'clock Monday Mr: Whaler open a hearty welcome In advance on a visit to Captain and Mrs. James at Titusvllle 10. tomorrow, Saturday, August welcomed quite a large number of arrival . r \
afternoon and left for Dade county the Prltohard. Their Tltuavllle friends are from the Interior of the state, who '
pAUTIFUL RUFFLED BOBINET same evening about?8:20.: On board were ':"We have been told that there are pleased to nee them here again. not only enjoyed the surf-bathing In the "
[Curtains, worth $4.5O this afternoon Judge Geo. P. Ralney, ex-Governor F. P. to be tried c ,
twenty cases before Judge A. NEW SPORTSMAN'S CLUB afternoon, but also In ha evening. by
and to-morrow, only $3.67 per pair. Fleming, Mr. J. P Beckwith, Mr. R T. D. Penney, In the County Court, nest -Miss Same, alster of Mr. John II moonlight, when the beach was quite ''i Jn !
J. R. WALKER & Co. Goff. and Mr. E. M. Ashley, Mr. H. M. week. Rat her a large docket for Bre- Sams, of Courtenay, left here, Wednesday lively with the many surf.balbers, who "

County Commissioner J. F. Bell, of Flagler's cousin.Mr. vard county. for Beaufort J N. C., to spend the At Tallahassee, letters patent have enjoyed themselves to tbelr hear '. con- '?' '
Ihlte summer. Mr.Devoe8ama, her nephew, been granted for the i Incorporation of tbe
City, arrived in town on Saturday tent. '
\V. H. McFarland, secretary ol -Rev. Wm. B.-Y. Wilkie prominent her Titusvllle In his t
pt t. to attend the usual monthly meet- the McFarland Fruit brought up to yachtMr. Volimla' Sportsmen's Club, with headquarters
; of Brevard County Commissioners.Mr. titavillA. now of .Tnnlrarhnvtll Protection. Co.wan, Ti-in church by Mrs.worker Wllkle.\ sailed this State, accompanIed the .-E. L. Brady and daughters the at St. Augu.tlneand a, capital Manager C. A. Stone, of the faint
on Mallory of $300,000. to acquire anti develop fifty Beach Hotel, Palm Beach, accompanied I,
town from Sa-turday-un bosses Aline and Daisy also Mrs:
R. W. Rhodes .expects to leave yesterday. line steamship Colorado last Friday, for / Brady; or sixty thousand aero of land In the by Mr*. Stone, passed through! Titusvllle, I
Ire, :Sunday: for New York on a ten Mr. MoFarland is very enthusiastic over a trip through the. north. F. A. Morgan, of this place, will, leave counties of St. Johns and Volusln, which Saturday! last, en route to Jacksonville, '
his trip to Martinique W. I. and Jacksonville for :New YOI'k.on the Clyde "
|MI' business was '
tiip. Mr. Fred S. Chaffs
The residence development will consist of the Savannah! and other point short I"
111 assist much Improved In health by It. owned by St. Gabrlel's steamer Apache, Sunday the 23th lost. construction on a ,
Mr. Goldsmith in the absence
and visit. The have' been .
Episcopal church operation of club-houses not from
I Titusvllle 'occupied The former three are going to the Pan away
Mr Rhodes. -Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones, who by Mr. and Mrs W. N. Uendry, has un American Exposition, /aud the latter to dirt roads, canals and such, eloclllo antiSteam Lake Worth for quite a while, and they d .
-Mr. Gee W. Scoble, jr., who has have been down at their Klondike placefor dergone ,a thorough overhauling, and'' Philadelphia. railways, and )lighting plnnU ou are taking a much-Deeded rest after their /i, t.
lirfte of his father's fish business at nearly a month, returned to Titus placed in a good state of repair.Mr. the company'* property, as may be necessary arduous hotel labors. Mr. Stone will ii,
pant, came to Titnsville, Saturday, to vllle on Saturday last. As Mr. Jones Is Archdeacon B. F. Brown and wife or desirable, .for the. furtherance manage two hotel] at Palm Beach next.
lend l a day with his parents. George one of Brevard County's Corumissloneis and Mrs. J. M. Mason, former will leave here next Tbumday, for New of the corporate alms and purpose. of .eIUion-the I'alm Iteacb hotel, and the
']orts> Grant as flourishing. be will pay Titusvllle a monthly visit, residents of Gainesville, Fla., have rented York, en route to the White Mountain, the association; to buy, lease and .ell new '7 .OOO hotel, now being built by ,it 11 jj '
and his wife will accompany' him. the Crabb cottage, on Main street. TI. N. II. Mr*. M. P. Bobbins' tinuvviiipuiiy Ijtnfl. tlmrmi fruits nttinf nmduntar Mr. N. Y '
Ex.Governor F. P. Fleming of Jack tnsviiie. Mr. Mason: Is ___h_____ .L___ _ 6. _ __ expect__ Maddoaotlirooklyn,. , Ii I IMeaars. h'
now employed '
"ivui IM lar KB ew to operRt.'lllnber :
; !* z urn, en erect and mills ,
Bnvllle, who bas bean appointed guar Among the recent arrivals at Hotel In the store of Dr. S. W. Carroll.Mr. route to Batbr Me where she will visit The etc Anderson A Price are enter. 'I' : .
Inoorporator are Cb. (. Perklnn
U.m ad !item for Mrs. Coquina;Ormond Beach, were: Rev. Jas. talnlng good number In their
Flugler arrived In modern
; her sister Mr.
'V.
J. D.lof usaenden a Tilmiin White and
M.
Fleming prom Wm. McOlbbons.
I DePass of ,jr. and
Live Oak Mr. and passenger .
tusvllle Mrs.
hotel the
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Monday and
; ,-after a of a inent resident Pleasant .House which 1
stay ticket of that ,
go-abead Further
of the Seaboard city particular In connection with
agent Air
W. R. Thomas and Line
hours, left for Palm' Beach and son, Mrs. J. A. Am- though unchanged since last year, la Immaculate I
Miami on board a special train. mons and two children, Mrs. It. I. Railway, was a pleasant caller at this ,-Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Laplijmj; of above Club were published In a former and as perfectly kept as usual r
D Stiingfellow: Miss ,Claire Strlngfellow office on Tuesday. lie left Wednesday Cocoa, were among Saturday' north l Issue of the... AnyocTe'Competitive A large addition la being made to the
-Capt.Si J. McLean, who has been at Mrs. }'. I). Warner, Mr .,W. Porter anJ afternoon, for points as far: north as bound passenger, en route to New stables, which will be In better shape
an Springs, .G,., fof"someweeks, others Miami.
of Gainesville
Flav Yoik Buffalo and Canada
"t, was on a pleasuretrip XaamID.UOb. than ever before for the rush of the season -
kssengers among, on his Monday's to Jensen.southbound lie -Mr. G. F. Duren, who bas been at -Mr. Wm. Richards, one of Kden's of a couple of month Mr. Lapham ADd the old nine hole golf course,
9y he expects: to way return to Indian Indian Springs, Ga., and at places In most prominent pineapple ",owers, accompanied I I. one of the most piosperous' dairymen A* reported In our fast Issue the com. long the beat short links of the mountain '
firings for the balance of the North Carolina for the past six or eight by his wife and son, spent a ou the Kant Coast of Florida and no petttlve examination vf choot teachers, *, has, this year, been lengthened to
I summer. weeks In search of recreation and health, couple of days in Jacksonville the first doubt he will glean bit of Information which took place la School-house: the full eighteen holes and will satisfy
There was a called meeting of Friend returned to Titusville, Sunday. From of the week. It was their flrst visit to while North that, will) bq of much use to Titusvllle.. before Mr. It. E. Mime. superintendent the golfing fraternity more fully than n
ftip Chapter No. II, Order of Eastern appearances, )Ir. Duron's trip has been the metropolis since the big fire.J. Mm In his business of public l Instruction for Bre- ever before. .

ar t,night In their, for the lodge-room at this place, of much benefit to him, and he reports T. Snell, of Bovine has moved t<> ...The order for the material for the yard county, wait rather poorly attended Waumbek' Penny Dally, published at

|'18. U. E. Wooddall<< purpose into the of Initiating having had an enjoyable vacation.Mr. this town, and bas opened a wood yardon Urge, school-house to Fort Pierce has Tbe examination-a. previously stated! Jefferson White Mountains, says: "Oneof
the Oldur. There was mysteries and Mrs. W. G. Paterson and the Weybrecbet lot just west of the given to the Bond Lumber Co., Tltus- In these columns-was for the purposeof our White Mountain hotel men, who
of members a good, attendee son paused through here Friday afternoon railroad, on Clematis Avenue. This Is ville. The manager, Mr. Vanlandlng- awarding a free scholarship appointment -' appreciate a good thing as keenly a* any I
I last, en route to their home at Co something this town long bas needed, hem, bal been doing a big business In from Bievard county to the State man In the business, tell me of a rather I
-There will be services at the First coa. They had been visiting friends at !. and If /given: nuffiolent support, Mr. Snell i hat section of late. This company has Normal School at DeFnnlak: Springs, startling/ message be received the other It
yptlst church, will make his venture also placed on the. ground the lumber for Fla., la accordance with Chapter 301)0\ If
Sunday Aug. Daytona, where their. boy fell from a a permanent Insti day. He bad given a, largo publishing .
7130'p.
I"' at 11 a. ra. and m., by the swing, breaking his left arm, so Mr. tution.:Tropical Son.: the large store and warehouse of Mr. Law of Florida. Two candidate. put house In.Portland,Maine, .a poem written rt.
tor. Rev J. p. Graham. A cordial Paterson returned home sooner than she -Mrs. DePnss Rube Carlton, also that of )Jr. Aldermanand In an appearance, 'viz., Miss Beatrice by a friend In memory of an old sailboat l
vitatlon Is extended to all. At the close expected. Dr. W. I. II ugh let t. went to DePass, of Memphis, wife Tenn.of Major- S. O. for several residences. Hoe their ad. /Sanders! of Indianola; and Miss K11 which had once been his pride. The
who bas
the service the church John's on our 4th Singleton of Cocoa and
will meet in to page. the former
inference. Daytona set broken arm. been enjoying a visit of several week at verse., together with some clever illustrations -
All members are requested Hotel .Cashier C. 8. young lady was awarded tbe scholar were to be made Into brochure
be present. -Mr. Joseph Williamson, of Mlcoo Coquina, Ormond Beach on Monday Schuyler, of the Plant ship Till honor for Indian
arrived In Titusvllle, Sunday, and on left for Archer Fla., on a visit to her ers' Security Bank, of Jensen, came up ola I.quite'/ an entitled "The Old Tomcat" the name of
-bir and Mrs. II. E. Baker, recently Monday presented to the Board of County son. The genie Major still remains at ;, to 'Titusvllle last aturclaYi and spent a the boat The booklet being finished, ha
| Sew brnyrna, have rented the cottage Commissioner, petition from the the Coquina. By-the-way Mrs. DePass flay with bis family Iii. numerous received the following message< : 'We are C
f ned by Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Chaffee property. owners of his settlement for a caught two large fish on a recent trip up friend were quite glad to see him In Boat MM .( Palm I! Mb. sending one hundred Old Tomcat tonight
South Titusvllle. Mr. Chaffee bas public road along the bank of the Indian the Tomoka river. town again. Mr. Sobuyler report that American Express.' It I I. needles
P CorIn where the affair of the Planter' Bank Capt. W. a. Pinkham of St. to say thdt this mea.age.waa not posted
remain cottage, she ttlver. In presenting the petition Mr. -Mr. Security Augustine
I!II I until her Wm. M. Brown, president of the are In first ela/ In the rotunda.!' Now If the i
husband secures a Williamson addresser the Board on the Bank of ** condition and that the was a passenger on 'rueadaY'1IlIOuthbJuad above I*
"liable location la Jacksonville, where necessity of said road In front of Mlcco. tusvllle Bay Blscayne last, Miami, left TI. people of the pineapple belt appreciate train, en rolite to I'alm not connected wltb Mr. John Anderson,
Intend to reside permanently. The Board after duly considering the Boston,, Hartford Saturday ,brook for New York, having a bank In their midst, and are I. Beach The Captain I I. an enthusiastic one of the manager'of Hotel Ormond,

-Mr, H. W, Matthews a prominent subject, granted the petition, and ordered points, and will ,be Say away a and couple other of giving It a liberal patronage. yachtsman For and was going to Palm Beach taken.Ormond, Fla., we are very much mis
Tiber the road the nuroosa of *allln' merchant, of Baaoom, Ohio, who oponed. Mr. Williamson month or so. He was accompanied by Dame Rumor say that Consul-Gen Addle q 1
Mntly bought a fine piece of land at II very enthusiastic over his success, and his wife and two children, Mark and eral John O. Long, of Cairo, Egypt against the Naiad. The race I is to .
*ledge, upon which he win build a desires to thank the Board, In behalf of Louise, who will make their headquarters who 1 I. known to many In Titusvllle andotber be for MOO: and the St. Augustine people rorclaar of Mart*.*..
later home and the people of Mlcco, for its kind consideration are looking for tbe race to be won by -
make an orange grove, at Saybrook, Conn., for a month oran place along the East Coast, will)
I sending, us a year'. subscription to the of their necessities.LINOL1UM. .. Are vlnltlntf nth____n n1._._nA__.__ 1'h_ __. ...w.__ shortly visit Washington for & f.-w duce' Captain Pinkbam. Mr. Edward M. Walker, trustee, of I
,'w''"'AT&, writes n" aa Allows' t "Your PRETTT PATTERNS, pact to complete their Northern visit" In aDd from there) be .TII--o.to his borne"io'iorlda. In; Hprlngflald, !11UIII'l by his attorney, Judge

I b.paper" I. received, and I like It very genuine article, :2 yards wide this afternoon New York for the purpose of seeing all } He expect to return to Cairo Pineapple Plant1. D. L. this place, has filed ;
and to-morrow OScts per yard.J. the new play at the theater., about the end of October. Judge Long's with County Clerk: A. A. Stewart, his'
'E.SER SETI R. WALKKB Co. LACK niece-who has visited Indian River on Wanted 40,000 first-class Red Spanish. bill for foreclosure of mortgage for j
hams ( pieces) 2 PILLOW I CURTAINS WORTH, 75CT8. several occasions I said to be engaged' lip*. F. M. Ilumjojr.tf 134,000, against the MoFarland Fruit
dresser cover, 1 wash-stand for 57cta; worth |i.2.! ) for 88ct! this I
k' to
Regular an officer In the British army. 'l'lbba *;rla. Protection Co., of Tltusvllla. The sale
OB price '-).:W, this *" '. Curly Cyprerni. afternoon and to-morrow. of the above will
and to-morrow $3.17 at J. R. WALKER A Co. Notice.The place In Titusvllle property probably' take
J. R. WALKER A Co. Have some beautiful Black and Red Gotpff To Ilulld ? October. ou the 7th day of

Curly Cypress.. This takes a fine finish. Overheard t -
Cypress Maats. G. F. PADDISOJC. ERa Gallle. Send for S. O. Yanlandlngbam. manager lumber and building material

Say, I saw Bond Lumber Co's agent Bond Lumber Co., Tltua\1\ e. He 'business, purchased Mr. A. C. Dltt- Screen Wire k kDon't
";***24.f t. 6x8x24: and :30 feet Notice. going down the river; yes, he'n.11 to will sell you,good lumber, and cheap. the mar, Fort Pierce, will be continued by -
.3J feet. G. F. PADDtson' everybody.: I undersigned, who' hope for the favor forget that I have Screen Wire ,4 t
of the
Ban Gallie. I have disposed of my stock of lumber . public. galvanized, painted and Ponjpelan bronze
and building material at Fort Pierce to Potash For Dentlat., TH* FORT PicHcn LUMBER Co. 'rlcen are right

"ditch Steam Laundry., the Fort Pierce Lumber Co.,and bespeak Sale. 'G. F. PADDMoy, Eau Gallle. '.
for them a continuance of the business We have Imported direct from Germany I will be In TUasvllle, Monday, Aug.: Alarm For.Sale. ,
>th. Will
Basket so generously: bestowed upon me by the a large' remain ten days or two week. ; Empty ' I
win\ ; shipment of hlghe Sugar and Rice
leave office of Bond Lnm- grade Kooms at Indian River Hotel. Will be well Darrcl!<4 ,
' C. public. Holpbate] of PoUsb. Our Elgbt'years old broken .
prices are the every I
every .
: Tuesday glad: to nerve those who desire -
Ea.'UlII1'' <>""ng. A. C. DrrriiAB.Fort tow.* hi Florida. It. where. Address, For ,

: VAieLADL.OMAM, Agt. Pierce, Fl*., Aug. 6, 18O1. !$. F.THAVW A.: Co., Cocoa, Fla. K. M. MASOX Dootlst., T. A. JoniMox' , sale., Address WALTER, A. MOOR. \

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2 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 9, 1901.LOCAL .

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miss It If be can nine enougn money to Cures Blood Trouble,"* Blood ANNE BROS.: -

pay for u yearly subscription to tbe local FRUIT GROWERS' TALK. etc.
Poison Cancer Eczema
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paper and<< there are few suburban
Thin tho V>.lt on th. Teen and West Adam. Street JACKSONVILLE
ites who can't do that. Costa Nothing to Try. 1240-1248 FLA.

The local paper doesn't Buffer from Bvmtlmmttmmtr Do It Too. Old, obstinate, deep-seated cases permanently -
pd 1 1I competition' because there Is no com- "The pant season'hns demonstratedmore cured by taking Itotanfe Blood
fully than ever to the progressive Is tainted. and Wine MerchantsOldest
petition to suffer front. Balm (B. n. 114.) If your blood Liquor
t There conies a time In the life of ev fruit grower the fact that be must ever producing offensive eruptions, aching

ery suburbanite when be wants to. see be on the guard to fight Insect and fungus bones and joints ulcers, tailing hair, mucous ,

>DU bis name In the paper. Perhaps be enemies and make 'up bis mind to patches, sour mouth and throat bouse In the city.-

t claims be doesn't but down deep grow first class fruit or be content cabs or scales persistent pimples eating
ASS Sr way with from sores, swellings, sore lip; dry sore, dull,
lu his heart there Is an Inborn desireto no profit his work. After then Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St Louis Beers

have It there. he has overcome Insect and disease and have aching blood lancing poison shooting or the pains beginnings;, you of r I

And so the reasons grow why tbe has line healthy orchards then he must Don't but
deadly cancer. experiment OUR WINES AND OQUORS .SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
local newspaper.has the strongest kind prune'lils trees and thin the fruit Judiciously take Botanlo Blood Balm ((8. B. B.) made '

of claims for real dyed In the wool or the results will be unsatisfactory. especially to cure all malignant blood It'rCali or send for l'rlces.23A.RR'Y'"M..

value to the advertiser. Let u* give Fruit thinning !Is of great troubles, like those named above, and

credit where It is due. Importance and without It is Impossible itching, scabby, eczema, carbuncles -
to have first class fruit no mat- scrofula rheumatism oanoer, blood .SON
ter what tbe conditions are, When humors, etc, Heals every sore and stops & c0.
Aim of Improvement SooUfJe-a.
all aches and It. Costs but
pal on. Try
i$ Their alms, varying of course with fruit sets as full as peaches and Keif- $1 at druggists Treatment sent free by -Importers and Wholesale Dealers In--,-_
local needs Include municipal reform for pears did the past season It Is Im- '
writing to Dr. Oll1am.2UO laIltchelll'lt.reet.:
sanitary Improvements-especially as possible for the fruit to be first class. Atlanta, Ga., Describe trouble and free

D o1' to water supply and sewerage and disposal "There was a general complaint of I medical advice given. Medicine and free Wines Liquors and Cigars

of waste-tbe Improvement of the rusting or clouding of the Kelffer: I medical advice sent at once prepaid. B. ,

roads of sidewalks of parks of schoolyards pear tbe past season and this greatly B. B. originated by Dr. Gillam over 30 ,
Injured Its sale. This was especiallybad years ago. Thousands have been cured-
and other public grounds- R
especially many after doctors and patent medicines Forn.c1a1o: : P-u.ro: you
on full bearing trees or where
grounds around railway stations
.. they were crowded with branches had utterly failed. Botanlo Blood Balm ) Co. Second District of
-- - -- and Dlstlllea by Fer/idale Distilling ,
tanks and fountains Kentucky
-proViding drinking
(B. B. B.) gives life, vigor and strengthto aged I la
NEWSPAPERS.THEIR I organizing free town libraries foliage. Fruit on the outside and the the blood making It pure and rich. heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulte tlon. Those good

and removing nuisances and front top branches waa not nearly as much are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an.equal., and are regarded by the

-- fences. They are the rural counter- affected 'as on the Inside. This shows ARE YOU GOING AWAY ? medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of Invalids.
the
GREAT VALUE AS ADVERTISING parts of the urban boards of trade the necessity of pruning to make the
FERNDALE RYE is put up in plain cases containing no marks whatever
center of the trees open to let in air FOUEI
of those who would
MEDIUMS. serve organization their town with no thought really of and sunshine," says Charles Black of If so, you will consult your own Interests FULL QUARTS In each case, and delivered to you all charges prepaid at ih0'ly. I
by calling t/r addressing the case:
loaves and tlshee.'Constlpatlon New Jersey. upon lowing prices per
c. Vh..ly to |h. Horn and Thr "We are growing better fruit all the undersigned for summer excursion ratesto Ferndale) A, 7 years old, $3.20. Ferndale, A A, 8U years old $::1.! ;(..
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!. No Waste Clreulallun-lle.d torpid liver, are, Impaired the most digestion common and ailments a- time. We have got to thin the fruit Attention mountain is directed, lake and to the seaside reduction resorts.of Ferndale, A A A, 10 years old, $4.20. Money refunded is not entirely satisfied, I
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From Rod to Knd Point F i AdUvcrtlacr
on our. trees, and everlasting do It
that are responsible) for that tired, summer tourist rates to Virginia and Atlantic HARRY:: MASON sc
to Consider. too.We must thin l co.
listless, fagged-out feeling that makes our apples and Coast resorts, and to the fact that

Tho suburbanite seizes local news the summer a dreaded period to so many peaches and every one of our fruit tourist rates are authorized to Washington State Agents 301-307-300-311 West Bay Street, Mason Block.
people. Uerbins will cure constipation trees. I think the time Is coming when Baltimore Philadelphia, New York, '
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with avidity. Families who are knownto JACKSONVILLE ; FLORIDA I
it improves the digestion and arouses tbe we will also have to trim our smaller Providence and Boston; by rail to Norfolk x

be peaceable and law abiding will liver to normal activity. Price, CO cents. fruits" says J. II. Hale of Connecticut. thence via steamship, in additionto T.-- -=

frequently skirmish with edged tools It. RI Wilson & 13oni rates via Savannah and steamship.

for the first rending of the weekly paper Folders, sailing and sleeping car arrange FOR $3.20.
. ... ments furnished "romplli.Cbellp excursion . .
Bays Henry E. Snow In Tim National Geranium Again Very Popular. TO

Advertiser. And don't for a moment -, HELPED THEMSELVES. The good Old household plant 'the through rates Washington to Buffalo Louisville, N.Y., by or all Cincinnati rail-, Sent to us by Express po office order or New York Exchange we mill)

geranium has jumped Into fresh send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID
a ,
per
believe, render, but what the paper How |h. Cltlsen. of mn Illinois Town or via Savannah or Norfolk attd
riod of popularity the semldouble sorts steamship. Through, New York city.F. FULL
Is well thumbed<< after tbo last member Got a MBrary. FOUR QUARTSOf
taking tbe lead. Many new geraniums II. Jolly, D. P. Ai:, Jacksonville; or
of the family ban absorbed the local Oreenup an Illinois village merits a
(more correctly Zonal pelargoniums) are B. W. Wrenn, passenger tralllo manager,
news. Hut thnt Is not all. The paper library gift from Andrew Carnegie not Introduced every year, but make little Savannah. the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

) Is died for future reference. Even to awaken Interest In library creation, progress In cultivation, as they are notable

r the cook Is Interested and you won't but nilI.. reward<< for what the citizens to endure our severe climate when Summer Excursion Rates Calhoun Pure
lava done In need Rye Whiskey
/ meeting the of such
the treated
j find her using local newspaper to as bedding plants.
an edUel1t10JlI .ccnter. They bavcsbown To Boston Providence New York Baltimore
In other words, ns told The Rural I
kindle the kitchen fire with. She wantsto by
how a village of 1.000 population can .New Yorker Washington Old Point Comfort We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate contents (which will arnlil All am
read It also. establish a practical lIBrary without a they are not "sunproof. Ocean View Virginia Beach and Portsmouth ment.. When you get It and tent it if It Is not sntixfactory, return It at OUR .;XI'.;,MB ut
There and In ,consequence are quickly dlsOttJUNItJM as offered by the Seaboard Air your'3,CO will cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey I la as(rood; as any $//1.00 goool* In the rnarkM.
was a time when the tallow (bequest; and without the aid of public We are COB> at hand and can give you QUICKER KL1VERY than distant houses nut has
candle posed for luxurious lighting funds. Line Railway are especially attractive. been ilnlnc hnnine, In this city and at the name stand for over IB/ YEARS!, and R8 to our Hi:*
t From Jacksonville-47.80 to Boston and FONSIHILITY AND KKl'UTATION fur honest dealing we refer you to any merchant ben, or u
t > and the, 19'r.!_crier with his bell served The scheme originated with the wo- Providence; $43.30: to New York; 30.10: the editor of this paper

' as the distributer of news, but that man's clubs' and soon every resident / 1 to Baltimore $30.20 to Washington; 133.SO SOLOMON A LEyi,
,was Interested. A "book shower" atone y M to Old Pont! Comfort Ocean View ,
was In the dark ages \Vhntjtbe.cljc- / 1928 &; 1030: First Avenue
,trio light l Is to tbe tallow candle the local of the churches brought .282 desirable I Virginia Reach and Portsmouth and return P. 0. Bo Not.93! BIRMINGHAM ALA j
books Tickets on sale dally good returning ,
newspaper Is to the town crier to as a nucleus and a call I
day. In both cases the evolution has for subscriptions In books or money; ,up to Oct. 31st, 1>>01. These excursion 1qtTtCEw! )pay t"pt'lj.;: Charges: to all points ranched by "SOUTHERN" KXPRKPS: COM
: ... brought the total up to 1,000 volumes rates apply via Portsmouth andleamcl' PANY'' but to]iulnts on linen' of other Kxpreas Companion, we prepay ouly to iiuinti then
been perfectly natural and brought only. Similar rafts Irvin other Southern 'Exprasa Company: transfers to said other h.11I'.s. Company
'about the law ut and donnnd. A second! call added<< COO more: and contributions -
by supply( !- Florida points. Two dally trains between
The gossip of the town once are still! coming ID. no one Florida points and Portsmouth; morningand

i\ retailed around the old, (run Move at person however, giving more than $10. evening departure from Jacksonville.For CHAS.:: :SL"'tr: C
the corner grocery Is' Just! ns Interesting An unused room In a new schoolhouse any Information write A. O. MncDonnoll CO. ,

today ns It molts then. LIuuiaii nature was assigned for, the library, the local A. O. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. lilT, BIO w. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA. '

carpenters( putting up tbe shelving as
hasn'.t' changed"much In the last I
(hundred years' and human naturewon't their contribution and the librariansserve Excursion Rates to Buffalo.On .

change much In tile :years to without compensation.( ,
This Is only one Illustration of the e ; rd
,' Come.'I account of the l'an-Ameliean Exposition i r
The local newspaper spreads the local way In which thin village; takes bold' pan HALL CAIXB. the :Seaboard Air Line Railway

happenings of the town for the dny enterprise with popular accord. It carded but this Is too great a loss, as is selling tickets from, stations on its

P, or the week In less! time than a single. owns the waterworks plant and an they can usually be grown to great perfection lines to Buffalo'at very low excursion
electric lighting system. rates. This company offers the choice
Hem of In the window
news! traveled by word of conservatory or .
w of two routes with the fastest Red most
mouth The local garden.
years ngo. newspaper
convenient schedule ever enjoyed to
exists! becauxe It Is a necessity It will The Coming CUT. Tbe sketch shows a type of bloom of
either
Buffalo via all 1'1111'IIUlti through
The time will In the history ot
continue to exist because It will con come this large flowering! decorative. class. Richmond and Washington or through

tinue to be n necessity for all time. civilized l'OrtllIIIIOltil'swben the two The variety Is Hall Calue. cherry red Portsmouth and Norfolk, ; thence a delightful 1

The writer liven In A suburban town most Important departments of a city's In color with florets :2'Xi Inches across. son trip I to the enat, where connections
I government will be recognized as those The of made .with.. the, Trunk
and knows wberi'of IIP speaks when he coloring some of the new, are great
tates most pmplmtlrnlly flint the value I of health mill education. I believe that kinds !la wonderfully delicate In the Lines direct' to the Rainbow City These

s of the local newspaper to an advertiser<< the health of the community can be light shades and vivid In the darker routes are positively the most convenient -
Materially Improved by a regular HushIng and attractive to Buffalo and It will
consists largely In the eagerness with tints while tbe habit of plant and
of the surface of'the streets by saltwater Interest and benefit ><>u to call on the
which the pnper Is read/ from beginning form of truss leave little to be desired
by. the consumption of all refuse Seaboard Air Line Railway agtntsbefore Four Full Quarts
y to end-from the top left baud column by fire .and by personal cleanliness, to - completing arrangements fur your trip. Delivered for $3,20.
on the first to tile bottom A ClJanoe For the Wld Awake
rlgbt
page ... '
thty classes In - - 6 of the'same
be\secured by working
M1 band column on the lust page. Moreover Orris root the rhizomes of Iris floren- $4.60. 12 of the same $9.00.

after the first outburst of energy public should be baths largely the Increased.number-of Randolph which tine, has been singularly overlooked by Towers' Hardware Co All goods are' put up In plain boxes-no marks on the same to show content

b subsided over the local happenings wide awake Americans who are ever Agents for the
Ouggcnbelmer. President of New York Pabst Brewing Co.
the reader falls naturally Into the habit on the lookout for something on which"a
Council.
City -
of reading whatever else tile pages con . .. good snap" might be made says 'C:< ------- -- a _

tain.Advertl er. 'do not use the local paper "A New woman." as Meebau's.an ornamental As It bus garden long been plant grown there PABLO BY THE SEA LIYERY..

enough and If they use' It at all Is no question about Itssuccessful ,

they: figure Its advertising space so low adaptation to culture here. It la one Turnouts of all desorlptlons : rl r,1,+ SADDLE HORSES,
"
Disease makes
that It scarcely pays for the work of many- a woman prematurely of the staple bases on which many J'4''s 1
old. Dark-rimmed<< hollow
; the compositor who 'aet. the advertisement cheeks and wasted form are eyes accompanied popular perfumes are constructed and i : BAGGAGE Tranif,

: by ligtlessneM and loss of ambition. would always find a ready market. TRAPS
The local paper goes Into the home. Home duties are a weariness, and social European papers tell us that the. demand i HAULING Etc.

Please remember that. There Is no pleasures have no attraction. there for It Is so lively tbat SURREYS
waste circulation to It because there One of the commonest expressions of prices have risen considerably and Indeed Wm. WILKINSON,

can't be. Nine-tenths' the people women cured by It Is believed that the stock In LAUDAUS, s,
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.*.*. who read It are subscribers who pay Doctor Pierce's band Is behind the probable demand. Proprietor.
Favorite
their subscription by the year. Tbe Prescription VICTORIAS Flfc
is this : "It Pablo Beach,
local japer Is not generally sold In the ban made a new Tot.... Dvoovtlon. ,

railroad train or on the electric cars or me." Tobacco decoction for use as an InsecticIde y

at the newsstands. You must subscribefor There'sof worldof can be made by reduclnc'IOme ADVOCATE
PRINTING
It If you want to( get It, and when meaning in the of the extracts now on the mar- HOUSE.

you get It you are In ;your own borne.If ?!.f words. It means ket or by boiling cut or broken stems .

you leave It around. It Is still In your the sparkle until a thick brown extract Is obtained. /

home. If you can't find It when you .d brought back to One pound of tobacco stems should Poultry N ettl ng at Factory prices -
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{ want It or don't get It when you expect the eye; the tinted complexion :yield one! gallon of extract In two hours' 12In. 18 in. 24 In.,SU In. 43In.. 60 In. I' '

'I< It. there's trouble right boiling. If It bolls down to leija. add
away.
with the hue .J
) rosy and 73 In wide. A large stock on hand.
Not all local papers are valuable as of healthy blood: water to make up before using.
tq
i ;; advertising mediums, but It Is' very the form rounded Strawberry plant. may remain In this Building Material, Sash, Doors Blinds, -fy

easy to separate the chaff from the out anew in mixture for several minutes and need
wheat Not all the publishers of local graceful curves: the whole body radiant not be washed<< off after being .taken Paints and Oils! Cook Stoves

newspapers are conscientious. but you with Dr.health.Pierce' Favorite Prescription. out PLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
must start with tbe assumption that all
makes weak women strong and sick Frwlt ?lot... Tinware Agricultural Implements,
1 men are Innocent until they are proved<< dries "
well.
women It debilitating Road dust air slaked lime or wood House Furnishings Etc. rrrrrrrrrrr K. rt r
guilty. drain..*, heal inflammation and ulcerc..
Do not forget that the claim Is made ton and cures female weakness. It ashes dusted over small cherry trees \lean Write for prices before buying.

that the great value of magazine advertising makes new women of those prematurely effective remedy for the cherry Opened with full stockat old stand a

comes from the fact that the aged by disease. slug. 38 East Bay Street.
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JACKSONVILLE . . xI. -
Tomato plants from FLA.
magazine\ goes into the home and offers "Dr. Pierces, medicine arc the brut I have grown cuttings
something attractive In Its pages for "V used,*write Mrs C. Nelson of Cbnn.... from plants which bad frntted<< are said /
Mutton Co.. oreaoo. "My "health was badly to have produced over 30 cent more Foley's Honey and ,Tar
very' member of the family. Do not run down whrn I conaulteu him by letter. My per
4 forget that the local newspaper does IImba were coM and my head hurt me continually fruit than those grown from seed. I heals Janjfs aadftooit the cough.
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the selfsame thlngl! In addition It possesses would atartl f wn' me aa aliuoat nervoua Into that convulsions the least thing I hn.l:; Pomona Is the best flavored red cur-

a peculiar virtue that the magamine palpitation ot the heart ao bad that I could rant and White Imperial the best WANTED:-Trnatwurtby" men and women to:
t scarcely' walk sometime felt utterly dtacour.aired trawl and \vertls. for old established honrw .X a
does not. and tbat Is-local news. nut two bottle of J Vierce'a Pavorit; among the white sorts. according to of solid financial atandluR. SaJarjr. S.TW a:year ,
Again there are magazines without Prescription and one or Golden Medical Oiacovery' one of tbe stations. and expenses, allp.IeID .....b. NocanvaInv .*- 1 ,
mall. new woman out of me." raqulrad. Gtr rr rno**and anclraw aolfaildroaaad
number to choose from but there Is In general especially In small vine- stamped I.*nvlop Address Manager-. I. eh h F Vc /

only one local newspaper. It Is tbe local Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical yards a thousand vine. are pruned.too sea Castott HMf?Chicago.' au9

newspaper or nothing for the local Advi.. r is sent jne on receipt of tumps litle:: for one that Is pruned too much.
news. to pay expense of mailing only. Send For apple scab use bordeaux mixture THE RAPID CALKER Is what every:
for the book yaothsman and boatbullder needs. For
II one-cent stamp in
is: There's the club and the church and coven, or 31 stamps for it In cloth paper bind every three'weeks up to the middle of sale by Jas. Pritcbard A Son, TItus- ..
.i the town meeting. There' the! new ing. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce No 66tilain July or lit of August vllle, Fla. Price *4 and $S each.

family that bas just moved In. That Street Buffalo, N. Y. Currant worms that appear when the

1 corner lot baa been sold, and tbe paper I fruit Is hIt grown should be treated -Job Printing of all kinds executedat Fine

i 1 says, "Tbe nest house'la town Is goIng !llrWe: would esteem the favor If our : with pyrethrum a tablespoonful to a the ADYOCATK office. Send your order. Job Work Quickly

9 up on It." This all makes mighty readers, when writing or calling upon gallon) of water. Executed tAT

114 interesting reading for the suburbanite our advertisers to purchase merchandise, Look out for bugs on the melons and BANNER 8..ALVE.,
1,: / tie Is I not going to etc., would mention the ADTOOATK.
,'r /Atgresttnglbat . sprinkle freely with tobacco dost. the moat rivaling..lveln the world. THE ADVOCATE. OFFICE.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE AUGUST 9, 1901. -'3

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Professional Cards. I BRIGHT, WITH PROMISE. (IN THE ALFALFA FIELDS.
CANCER What is

BOBBINS A Ml..llppl Tour Named After mRevolntloaarr ...... Point of Muklnsr liar-On It I Some Reasons
EO. M. Il.ro. Ovaritis ? "...". the !Ran! MtJne.. 1

COUNSELOR I Sufferer from this horrible malady Civilization In the last cftitury has In haMt'Bttuff mow dawn an much of ,I Why You Should. Insist on Having :.
AND inherit it-not
ATTORNEY nearly always necessarily accompanied .
A dull throbbing pain
AT-LAW. from the parents, but may be from some come out of the chaos of forest and by a sense of tenderness and heat lowdown the crop at ouce ns cam, handled In EUREKA HARNESS OIL I ;

remote ancestor, for Cancer often runs Ignorance and where the Indian usedto in the side with an occasional one day. Let It wilt In the swaths

frill practice la State and United States through several generations. This deadly bold his powwow now stand the shooting' paiD, Indicates Inflammation.On and the rake It Into windrows to cure. Unequ. ell bud b.any leather other.oft.
Court. poison may lay dormant in the blood for I examination II will be found that Renders
beautiful buildings of the Agricultural I If the weatherls flnei, It can be stacked
yean or until you reach middle life then the region of pain shows some swell specially! prepared. 'I
Office at'Trrusvii.z.E, FLA., the first little sore or ulcer makes its appearance 11\11 :Mechanical college and cm the site I lug This Is the first stage of ovaritia. direct from the wlnd&ow by using a Keeps out water. '

-or a swollen gland in the of the forest has sprung up Starkvllle, inflammation Ux ovary If the roof sweep rake and stacker. If the weather A heavy bodied oil.HARNESS.

L. GAULDEN, breast or some other part of the body, named for General Stark of the Continental of your hou8El1..akll. my sinter. you haveIt > I Is threatening 1murn' the windrows
i gives the first warning. itxetl not the same Ian ;
at ,
once ; why pay
army. and cock the bunch" to allow It toOnlsh
To Cancer and exceJUient: preservative. :
A'FTOR Y-AT-LAW, i cure thoroughly permaonently respect to own body ? ?
all the poisonous virus must be When the Deeming-Rabbit treaty wns You need your not ought not to let caring! The !la1 should bo put lt.Ce&cost: of you harness. '

mil Florida\ praotloe, and In the all United the Court States or Courtto.i the. State iliminated from the blood j f it driven out. This S. S. S. does and haw Efficiency I U increased.tecures. "
u Box, i35. TITUSVILLE, FLA.. } sturdy South Carolina farmers, eagerto possllilo. To avoid molding we
is the only medicine that can reach deep- often nihlaed farmers to stock alternate .best service.
where lands most fertile e
Money to LoAn. 18 seated obstinate blood troubles like tillS settle were *kept from breaking. ;
,
I layers of dry straw and fresh! alfalfa "
When all the poison has been forced out chose Starkville as their future 4 i'

J. WEBB, of the system the Cancer heals and the home They were well rewarded for t. hay togrtU OILs r I,
disease never returns. more fertile lauds are not to be fouud The strew need not form more than | soli in all I j :

Cancer beginsoften in a small ,as the ( about one-fourth of the total weight. LOCI ite1&
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, way In the state of Mississippi than one MnnnM.tunA. by i
following letter from Mrs. Shirer shows: finds surrounding Starkville. Its inhabitants We think this method especially applicable Rc..d.rd Oil ('0"_"". !
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th A amaUllmp'e".m.. on my Jaw about an inch to the first crop In loentitlenwhere
lrcutt. Taxes paid for non-residents below the e..ron the left side of my face. It gave" appreciate this fact, offering.as old straw stacks can tm easily I II .1.1l
Ind rents and accounts collected. mo no pain or inconvenince they do land free of taxation for a l '
and I should have When 'nosslble should I
o acquired. iilfnlfo
forgotten about it had it period of years to manufacturers seek. it I
l1'USVItLE, FKOBIDA. sotbegunloinanmeanditch Ing new sites for the manufacture of V be stored .under a roof as It dol's not If You Are Going North I
; it would bleed a turn rain well. A cheap hay shed can
tittle, then scab but their goods. This summer, lI..ethellpeclal excursion i I
D. PENNEY, oud not ayrt': There are at present more buildings be built by setting telegraph poles In rates that are offered by the !Seaboard

when continued my foraome Jaw began time to 1g going up In Starkvllle than. at any other the /ground!!, braced by two by sixes Air IJne Hallway tnlho principal resorts I J I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW well, becoming very .r I time since Its settlement. The superb and putting; a good shingle roof on the In the Carolinas, Virginia and the Kant, \ I
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painful. the Cancer be- ;i (4. structure. The sides should be left 1 Including<< Portsmouth Old Point, Washington
which
to eat and apread, courthouse IB now In courseof
[TITIISVILI.E, FLORIDA. fan until it win a*large aa a I I will cost when completed open and the hay stacked under the : Baltimore New YoikProvidence, \
construction
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half dollar.when heardof shed lu ricks.I Ifoston! and Buffalo. Write A. 0. Mao- I
RVI11 practice In all-the courts of the 7th 8.8.8, and determined ' $30,000 and will prove decided "onnell. A. 0. P. A., Jacksonville J'la. 1\
to give it a fair trial # A stacker of some sort or other
Judicial Circuit. i ornament to the city. f I
and it waa remarkable should bo used, a.. It does not pay to \
what a wonderful effectIt Starkvllle Is also the home of the -Some of our down-liver readers have '
bad from the beginning the aore began 14 ; hire men to handle the hay with a
very I I
Agricultural aud Mechanical college, forgotten the fact that this oflLee Is fully !
heal and after taking a few bottle dh.ppearedentirely.
/ waste too much by t
,1 ORGAN A LYNCH, Tbi.waa two year*ago; thet are atill an Institution which Is doing much pitchfork. They equipped to do all kinds of 'job printing.Adveitiding .
no ruins of the Cancer and my general heatlMjontlnuea .. baking off the loaves which are considerably nnd :
the to
good for tbe"young men of state. Job printing helps us '
Plata, Mo.
j REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, good.-\ i8Rit.aa; of all Too much cannot be said for the ad Am ASTON. better to feed than wheat publUU a newspaper worthy of the East II I, I

| Loans Public. 1 blood purifiers, and the mirable way In which this college Is holds ont the helping hand to you, and bran pound for pound.Vbore a root Const, nnd, nil we want Is e itinrt of It. I
Notary will advise without and cannot be Und the hay should be slacked .
S only' one guaranteed conducted. It Is a noble Institution, you money I
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. |purely vegetable. Send fitting young men for practical purl without price. Mrs. Plukham'H laboratory In high narrow ricks and covered
for free book oil is at :Mass. Write n letter with slough Alfalfa should
our Lynn ,, }long grans.
TITCBVILLE FLA. In life. Here cue finds department
every
Cancer containing valuable and interest poses there telling all your symptoms and be cured and stacked. If possible with. KIDNEY DISEASES ;It
this disease and savoring of the practical the Iwnfflt of the experience .1
information/ about get greatest out allowing rain to fall! upon It. No
W which Is BO essential to the future success in female ills.
A. WORLEY write our physicians about your case.: treating show-
III by
other easily Injured
GEO. make no charge. for medical! advice. of the student. In the agricultural I was suffering,: to. such an extent .prop so the fatal of all dis
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC. CO., ATLANTA UL department the principles of : from ovarian trouble that. my physl- ira. Alfalfa hay rained upon la worth; are most I
half what It would be were It not
In State and Federal stock breeding and feeding and the the clan thought an operation would ,be eases.FOLEY'S.
general practice --- .
exposed.! I
drainage to"etberwith the Improvement necessary
of -
Courts. All business entrusted will ory : E. Piukham's Vegetable. Com- alfalfa the righttime
"Pydla Harvesting at KIDNEY CURE Is Ifiuaianttfid
receive prompt attention. of soil la Inculcated In the
Denmark'a IIke pound having been recommended to and manner_ largely
In the right very
[General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, The Denmark dikes have stood the minds ,of the scholars. The depart me, I decided to try it. After using determine Its. feeding .value. The majority Rimedy
ments of horticulture chemistry, vet-
Miami. several bottles I found that I was
storm of more than seven centuries. of farmers wait too long before
erinary science mathematics, mechanIcal entire toned
MIAMI FLORIOA. cured. My system was I
arts and all of Its other departments up and I Buffered no more with my starting (the mowing machines. or money refunded. Contains

tot Skip are ovaries.. Mn*. ANNA AaroxTroy. Mo. Alfalfa should be cut for hay when eminent
ANDREWS conducted In that able way remedies recognized: by
Out of annual loss to the
I JUlES an average one-fourth to one-half of the blossoms
which demonstrates that the head -
master
I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. world's shipping of 2,172 vessels Mare have opened. When It I.I left standing physicians as the best for '
of each department is thoroughly '
:an! office and pcmtoffioo address, TITUS- cbmpletely missing and never ''conversant with his department BAIT FOR SUNFISH. longer, many' of the leave fall and are Kidney and Bladder troubles.

VILLA Branch office at FORT PiERCE. heard of again.A The textile school building which Is wasted.-Denver Field and Farm PRICE 5Oc: sad $'.00.
One ...'. Method of aolag FlklaWith .
rosecutlng Attorney for Brevard Co. a model of Its kind U almost completed. I). U. WILSON & SON. {
Carton mtery. HI. Hoot.
Tona_.... Wader 11'1'1.."...
Notary Public State at Large., The most curious cejnetery Is sit In this new department young There Is about as much sport In When (possible ran the row ,of tomatoes
men and women are to be educated In WANTED-Trustworthy m enestrblt.hed and woman to
uated at Luxor on the Nile. Here re- of catching the big sunfish as In lifting mst and west. This will ex travel' and aitvortlne: for old pou.* of
E. FOSTER pose the mummified bodies of millions the art manufacturing textile fab the If the ...lhlllnan"lal..D.lhljJ. Halary *7tKI a year and
STEPHEN out crapplo you can get pose every plant to the sun. The tomato
of sacred cats. Their are side rics. They acquire here a practical as ..p....*.,all payable In "...h. :No oajvanl.|Crmiilr
regains former In one of Its moods. all the It .
savage .
requires sun can get. | ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, by side with the bodies of kings and well as theoretical and scientific knowledge Pelker la a great grafter on sunflsh. Tall growing plant, like corn or pole atamiHiil envl |'.., Address Mao.Kr
in mausoleums. of the art of manufacturing fabrics eau Caxtun I1UI|(., CI>|OMK Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building emperor made from- cotton or cotton and lIe has got a dosen different kinds of beans should never be planted on the

bait, but he says that it Is all nonsense south or east of the tomato patch. In HUT- Subscriber, your attention Is' drawn
wool combines designing
including dyeing -
JACKSONVILLE Ckargiet.r.
.
FLA.GEORGE vlnsr Requires to trouble about digging worms. lie field culture mark off the land 4 by 4or to the. name-and-date slip pasted upon i

The faculty of saving money I III much and drawing. declares that beef run through a hamburg B by 0 feet with a common field your paper or wrapper. If you are ID f

| W. ALL N.ATTORNEYATLAW, rarer than the faculty of making It, The machinery and appliances usedIn steak grinder la Just tho proper marker and with a small plow open a arrears, please remit :
and exercise of this school are the most modern ,
It calls for the a higher pro-
caper for the sunfish at Creve Cocur furrow four or fire Inches deep. If the
degree of good Judgment and of more curable. The Indian<< River heal Estate
lake. The tougher the beef the better land I la very mellow as It should be,
ZKY VEST, FLORIDA. self restraint. In a word It requiresmore The state of Mississippi deserve a* It will cut In long strip like angle It I I. well to open the hills with .a hoe. Agency Man for Bale .
character-World's Work.C.lft..t. I high honor for the liberal way In -
Will practice In the United States Which worms. This leave the land smooth and In r.

Knd State Courts. OJuuOSO. ed La... Starkvllle she supports also has this two Institution.banks-the "When the sunfish are biting right better condition for the welder, which I I Unimproved lands from 2.00 to$23.00 "

mart. It 1 la about all that I can do to be per acre. .1 I
should be the
used a* loon a* plant
Cultivated land Is said to produce Second State bank, with a capital of 10 I
acre orange grove near Tltusvlllft ,
,
O. kept In tho shop said Pelker. "I believe
0. E. set Under irrigation method
FRIES
are our
J 1,000 times as much food as an equaX $27,500 and the People's Savings bank some trees beat lug, fiHOO.OO. .
1 me aud the sunfisb are the most It well to take considerable pains
area of bunting land. capital $35,000.. She owns her own elect pay 0 acre orange grove, near Tltusvllle, '
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land tric light plant and water works There cheering thing out. Do you know I to make the rows straight and of equal with 10 acres of land, some bearing

legally surveyed and sub-divided Ironl... are also an Ice factory and an oil milL have noticed 'old time fishermen at distance apart. In a large field It I I" 000.00.. j

nil lapping neatly done Estimates for A housekeeper says that a piece of an Many blooded cattle are shipped yearly Breeso's lake wading around In the !also well to skip ..1'. one row In'ten Orange grove and pineapple farm, at
kinds of engineering works. Disputed hallow wafer, where the sunfish are Mloco, 500() uRi bearing trees with 1
which
lines old felt Bat put between' two thin from this point. The Missouri and Ohio will .allow driving through the gr : sort
a specialty. layers of wadding and then covered as and the Illinois Central railroads afford found at spawning time, as carefully field with a horse In gathering the shed for pines, good dwelling,' $.,OOO..)().

trusVILLI Brevard Co., FLORIDA. usual "makesthe, best bolder fir hot transportation and freight facilities a* If they were fishing/ for'trout. Now, crop.-Denver Field and Farm. 80 acres of pine and hummock land for
oranges and pines on U. R. south of
It 1 la different with me when I go out
Irons you ever saw. which are unequaled at any point. All 4 __ Sebastian Klver 800.00 '
$
,
N S. BURNHAM, M. D. Its merchants are rated well. With a with my hamburg steak to feed the l>.'.| tm 0
T.*,.'..,.1 Cr.w. good public school system and a health golden bellied beauties on., I just tie One of ,the pole' staeke"' which lu river front, a miles of Eau Oallie.. $ OO.

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, It Is estimated that one crow will destroy ful religious life the future of 8tar-. the line to each leg of my boots take a lightly varying' form arel> used by 7 room cottaQn,10 acres of land, riverfront

Ear, Nose and Throat. 700.0OO lusects every year. rill Is bright with promise. little abort'rod In my hand and stride western' farmers la I sketched In an' exchange ,, st Georglaua. |700.

-5-----+ -, Into the water and go ahead. On tho ,, Take a pole: about 25 feet Apply at onoe to

VEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDAVirgilliaHomes, Baked Potato.. in r-.andof themselves- bootleg line I use red file*. Why, the long o. any length,desired, bore a bole D. L. OAULDKN: Manager.Tltuivllle .
Physicians assert that baked potatoes r Piles are not only sunfish come up and get stuck on my about Fla.;
painful and annoying but often 2V4' feet deep and jet the pole In. ,
are more nutritious. than those very fly books three or four at a tlmw. That'athe I t

cooked.jq any other way and that fried grave greatly and aggravate painful affections and even, cause and should other, way to catch a mess of flsb In .m ,...,.. I

onee-crfe the most difficult to digest therefore, Dot be.neglected. Tabler's few hoUJ1l. ]PERRY'Ssir

Buckeye Pile Ointment la a great boon "I can catch crappie with crawfish R t tkw.w
\ '!!' to sufferers as It will cure them.. Price tall to beat the band1' If I cannot get >>

You 50o. in bottle*;.tubes, 73o. Wilson's;;. minnow; Cricket are great sunflsbnd -
learn all SUCCESSOR.U
about Virginia Lands, A WORTHY' Yep
its resources, products mode of cat bass belt while the katydid will w4M;
..0....... t
tlvntlon, prtees,.. Virginia Farmer. Send 'loots 'SontMhtnS New .dr Th. S...." The i history of wireless telegrepbytrnuld Just let ''your book sing once yeti pivot' 1

for a months. subscription to the All doctors have tried to cure Catarrh not' be complete without some with.a green koty.on.. and It there .J'mlr'awaa, If yahY.uy

Farmer Co., Emporla, Val by the use of powders acid gases Inhalers mention of'Joseph, Henry, .America' I Is a crnpple withina, radius of / :t- eeMap.asdo.7ou e

and drugs paste form. Their powders greatest'scleotllt for It, 'wu ,be who, 10 ,or 13 feet It will come likea

nAVE YOU SEEN THE: WALTON dry,up the mucnou membranes, first. In 184% discovered the oscillatory hound at -coursing match. If w en .ell Ih.m.. WeIN !
Rapid lker causing them to oracle open and bleed. certain pull llgl ir.ed Amwlsa.0ed -. i
C ? character of electric discharge
If not call at the store '
.. you ("'t no bite you can pull yourr..l&ht
of Jas. The powerful acid used In the Inhalers Grp, \\
Prltcbard fc Son, Titnsvllle. : I and who showed that these oscillation few .
It Is an article have entirely eaten away the same membranes disturbances" ., up a oar length and try a C. '
that
should be In the I produced which could by o M. FIeMr a 00.;
that their makers have aimed to new place<< I,caught\ all those' big erap- ,
po
aulon
of every boatbtillder and I suitable receiver be detected at distances ; v thlr.N, Yoh. '1
yacbt man. Read the testimonials' cure while paste and ointments cannot rods pie last week with craw tails., I could A FOZ.B: MTAOKX&i
irom nrst-clo boatbuilden.A reach the dlse.iae. An old and experienced of many and through intervening get no minnows for lore or money so Have another pole about feet lodger .
who has. for halldlogf. Krttes; ? Professor ten .
practltloneer : many I chased up dome crawfish, and went '
.. years made a close study and specialty of Joseph Ames la The Review of Reviews -, In to win. When It comes to catfish buog about three feet from the top The Largest and Most .Com-
the treatment of OATARKII, has at last lie even arranged an apparatus of the, upright pole* Use a ,rope or
bait Just try tripe. It Is tougb and cbalu, raise lower |Inlets Establishment South. j jCEO.
perfected a treatment which when faithfully on this principle to respond to the .. to or ftpcordlnf' to
hook
used, not only relieves at once, but caoDotbe'pull. off the easily. the height of the stack.. The '
Sample copy of one of the best farm lightning discharge of distant storm. St. Loals UlobeDemocrat.Chamberlain's errana"mllDC s. HACKER & SOU;
:
permanently cures CATARRH by removing The,great genius of Henry was never of rope and pulley es'plalol It- .,
lepers published free, If you will send the canes stopping the discharges .1 elf.'t
than In bus .
more apparent Inveatlgotlon
and inflammation. It is the '
oar name Colic, Cholera and Dlar
on a postal card mentioning
of electrical discharges
only remedy known to science that actually and their rho .n Remedy has a world wide reputation Twist Oat sad Bmrm C..e..III..
hie paper. reaches the afflicted parts. This oscillatory nature It Is a lasting testimony for its cure. It never falls and Is In,rldfaff through the country we notice sr
wonderful remedy Is known as "SVUr"- to the Ignorance among Americans and safe take. for
THIS PLOWBOY Co. pleasant to : sale by a great many web la the. branches
FLKSthe GUARANTEED CATARRH of their own great men that the aU druggist and medicinedealers. of the, ;fruit and other tree, 'These
Atlanta Ga. CURE." and I I" sold at the extremely of '
name Joseph Henry was net Included webs'are the home of the caterpillar
price of One Dollar each package: containing In the first SO selected for the Hall
Interbal and external medicine W.ol..... Bather. and result In great damage If,,neglected .
of Fame of the nation. '
sufficient for a full month's treatmentand A* regard facilities for bathing, .<( Take a stick and twist the'web out

everything necessary to perfect use TT wfclcb every Filipino Demands, there 1 II early In the morning before' the caterpillar .
BO YEARS' "SXUFFLK.S"' : is the only perfect CA. YOUNG SAVED. the open bay. with Its miles of clean I have got out and scattered over ilA

EXPERIENCE'ATENTS TARRII CURE ever made and Is now saltwater, ready at anytime of the 1 the tree Then burn these webs up.

recognized as the only safe and positivecure At PanamaColumbla.IJ" Cliam day. or year for a free bath. The genuine It .la riot wise. to burry tb.- web In the 04

ease.for It that ogres annoy all Inflammation inj und dlgustlng quicklyand dis berlaln' Colic Cholera and Filipino I la half amphibious, loving tree, .1 this Injures the tree You cent hl

permanently and la also quick t>> relieve Diarrhoea ItemedDr. *. the water and swimming like a fish just as well'.lrord to born up *3 blue MANUFACTURERS OF '

HAY FEVER or cold lo the HEAD. Ch" ..H. Utter, a prominent physician An example of this may be seen In the a to neglect to' burn up these webs.. I'l

CATARRH when neglected often leadsto of Panama, Colombia, In a recent; large tobacco factories of Blnondo, They a re,al way. evldenco of a criminal Doors Sash, Blinds

4. TNAOC MANitamem.1 CONSUMPTION-'SNUFFLES': will letter states: "Last March I had as a with their 10.000 employees. When the mount of negligence it)*, part of thef

DCBIONS save you if yon use It at; once. It Is no patient .a young:lady six teen years of age, day's labor Is done the thinly dressed + rdieT,-Georgia Cultivator.Ks Mcnldmg& Building MateriaL

COfOY"IOHTa ". ordinary remedy, but; a complete treatment who had a very bad attack of dysentery. workmen.. men women and children. .
A n.nna..n*i Ain! *a'S.t.h: anl Tmertntlnn may which Is positively guaranteed to Everything I prescribed for her proved ..*'P. Cf/loe Jb Warerooms. King, opposite
2 oar op4nka, fra.wbMlmr anr. speed laughingly/ to the bay plunge Into r h r .h. 11'8"n..r...
'.r. ., ably p..n.....'.. rnmmunlnw cure CATARRH In any form or haze If Ineffectual and she was growing wone the It has been Cannon StreetCharleston
.,,, I waiting waves and come out proved beyond doubt that
"' "" L H "l nli on Patmiuuij used according to the direction which hour Her sh4
!::: :' *' .. .' every parents were sure : cIe,11I. tool| and refreshed.-Ledger too heavy shoe are used the ] S. C. i
'i .... .. ;Ihnroah:: atanst CoTlwudv* accompany each package. Don't; delay would die. She had become no weak that -;upon average ,
llhou oh.r.., lnUl. but send for It at once, and write full she could not turn over In bed. What Uunttilv. horse. '

\ Jlm ritan. particular as to yourconditlon and you to do at this critical moment was study Llfbt.sboee. are much more satlsfa I Sash Weights Cord anfl',

.n I will receive special advice from the discoverer tot me, but I though bf Chaamberlaln' Extreme. hot we.therlaalITOat tax upon tory on 'farm horses. a* they can do ,

.. i's! "iXJJlSJ. "wiwltT", .....,. T T.,.flw.....*.N etr.a of this wonderful remedy regardIng Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the- digestive power of babies; wbm more work with less wear and tear. Hardware 1

rJ ,I. Seib byan .ed..lar.. your case wlthoutcoat to you beyond and as .a last resort prescribed It. Them when puny and feeble they should be Tb. shoe I I. mad.,to protect the hoof,
!M Co,3815rd..Uew York the regular price of "S (JIo'FLF..s" the
_ .. w6 r 11t., W..ahaon.no(,. "GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE.'* Within eight hour she was feeling much fuge Price 23ct B. R Wilson A Son serve Its'purpose the better It I Ie for the .
Sent; prepaid to any address the UnI- better; Inside of three day she was upon borl .. A SPECIALTY.
ted State or Canada, on rocofnt of *1. her foot and l st the end of one w vlc was i-Neture your reservation over the
Kidney Curt Address Dept. C 703, EDWIN B. GILESA entirely welL" for sale by oUdrnggUU Clyde Line at the ADYOCATC office '' Tl- Lighter )boe.. fewer leg weary

tusk;, kwnr11: a.4 r f .!": U rf b:_ CO., 2330-3-J: Market: St. Philadelphia. and medicine dealers. tnsvllle. liorse. mor" humanity and more prof. DYSPEPTIC .;: I

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 9. 190J.

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JAMES. riirrciiARD, President; t WM. M. BROWN, v if.t, ."

EAST COAST ADVOCATE THE HOT WAVE. ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING. C. S. SCHUTX.KB, Casliler. ""Went.,


Perhaps it would be better to say
-RIVER
INDIAN STATE
A WBBKLT JOCHS.4L DBVOTKD TO TBOFMCMT DfVZL the hot spell, for a wave is some BARK
Or TUB INDIAN RIVER LAU
WORTH AIID D1SOAVHB SLAY SEOTIOHS. thing that comes and goes with GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.

more or less regularity, but the high COUNTY DEPOSITORY
West and in the WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
temperature out
PUBLISHED!; EVERY FRIDAY.CMABLKH : Authorized capital
Middle States has lingered for $IOOC
1" Paid 00
up capital _
It. WALTON Editor & I-ublloher. more than a month." In some of ,,, $25',
The Average deposits
be made the Southern States the hot spell Carder-Campbell Company w AAI,. sTooJ}
Discontinuance or advt. rnu> personally ( _
with _
bas lingered great tenacity, '
at this office or by writing. .
,. \
especially in Alabama and Mississippi ( .-, - Transacts a General
Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Bantm
Obeck eto., maybe made payable to CBARLKS where the thermometer has .

H. WALr0Npublisher. ranged anywhere from 95 to( 107) t -Southern Selling Agents for- Easiness

Adtlreis all communications to degrees. Many hundreds of peo. WARI EN'S ANCnoit'BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL

EAST COAST ADVOCATE pIe have died from prostration, Largest and Oldest Bank
on the
ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Paint Rita
TITUSVILLB:, FLORIDA and thousands of others have Buf- .
; Exchange bought and .
Hold
fered most severely. The effect on Works Structural and Technical.Paints. tl Countries. ?' phla

TJ. 8. Department of Agriculture the growing crops has been terrible. HIGH POINT: GRANITE: WORKS, Sl'ARTANBURG, S. C. 1
In the States 1 Yatronareappreciated. From, I "
Weather Iturcuu-Jupiter, Fla. great corn growing CRUSHED STONE: CURB BLOCK and BUILDING STONE. ;i"' treatuienl anil e\ery favor co u,, I' Posh)
the loss will amount to many mil. k 'Tt$ ervatlve banking( iti, ,r I I"t *

The following/ a comparative statement lions of dollars, and it is not an ext rJJI: ONDE'S "LYTHITE" COLD WATER PAINT. II CORHESPONnEN')IV
of and rainfall for the I ')v :"." Seaboard National !Hjnk! of -: ,
temperature that --------- .. ' n
aggeratlon to fully one- + a" .
II 11101. say 111...;,."; u ti -eo N at l o n a ID nn k !Jai.k nonvillc. J'- u4
week Tuesday Aug. ,
ending
/ 1000) half,.of the corn crop has. been des- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. John O Jones, flopping minutes ...... . .. II 00
-1001- A A Stewart accountant.... .. .... . ... 1J 00 r.rI" "USVILI..E, FLA.
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX, MIN. troyed. A A Stewart, ex on honks. ............ ... lOoT
31 Mil 711 U.I: 73 it is nut yet known just to what. (continued from 9th page. J rockHhut, Key ofllcer, poll lint . .... 20 41 - -
J K Woolen, . ...
75; nemtlng tax notice J'KU i00 (HI
1 88 7t 88 extent the Cotton crop has been in- A I) Penney, salary ounnty Judge . .... :Ufl! noJ
2 87 71 88 7.1S K; Andrew*, protecutliiK attorney. . ... 3.183:
IH 72 80 70 jured.but there is no risk in mak- from State Treasurer for tax redemptionsthis Pauper Lint..... .,............ ..... .. ... 115 00 Our
77 87 73 ing the statement that the plant month will not show In the Trenail. fleo M Robbing, atty feed... .......... .... K) oil :
4 838rt er's account until August, but these JN1 tlkl/ngex poor farm. .. .... . .... 8 SB ; L r""
5 70 Ht! 75" has been terribly damaged. Corn to to. ... .. .. ... 12 7/J/ '"
figures are correct. 'i
B WJ 74 87 7 0 will doubtless command 'a nigh K; W Hall Corns. Tax Coil 11510 t x .. 3 flU Store Is open but 0 days In the C, ; ;
To save future complications, I would I It State stank Int.June.&July'l! !2\1
Total rainfall for the weeks 2.37 price another year, but it is doubtful suggest that the small receipts from the Krevard Co. Seta Bank " ". 21 HO ', week. During that time I <,r' .v",;. ,,;
Departure from normal rainfall for the Melbourne State Hank '< ... :887
week: pins 1.31: Inch ell. Departurefrom if the advance in price will compensate Tax Collector for personal taxes and E; Wager, ""'v.I: bill. .. ... .. :300 we find opportunity to offer, I ,
from the
State Treasurer.for redemp Mnlhonrnn Times, a.iv occupation' .... 11 :20
normal rainfall since 1 for the loss in tax
January or shortage ..
tions, which may come In, bo credited to CH Walton to .... II 2P while it lasts,
plus 14..18 Inches. the crop. Farmers had better save each of the new districts the J O Srlmflelil, physician at Inn:.,.'....... 10 on

UAL. P. HABDIN, Observer. all the hay they can for all provender then of 471 per cent to District No.propor 4, and H"..& W" li Drew" Co."., books" for'. clerk's en. clerkH office. M *00 8 I Bc. Matting, a roll, 4O yds. $480.
.
-- -- and will be inprice 62: } per cent to District No. 0, which lethe to. c&hlnet. lib 00
grain very high proportion of all collections for these R H Walton prim lag env. TilE Chicago Times says that for some time to come. W P Furlong painting jnil bourn .. .... :278/
districts for the last two years, for this J J'ritrhanl & .......
Sot imlne for jail .. /S 30
England ban killed and captured One peculiarity of the hot weather special road tax. t A !> Penney, insanity OJ86 ... ............ :2 00 Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.
46,000 Boers ; and Kruger, who escaped is that a deadly disease among I would also suggest that new accounts C Lou l' Ptatts Jone exam' com' liinatlo... ... :tea

to save himself, tells the remaining the horses, mules and hogs, called be opened by the County Treasurer KJTraynor: "- *' ::: : :::: 1 140 20: -
for the respective two new districtsas J I'Hrown.exp " ... 21 70
Boers to keep up the war, charbon, has prevailed, and even constituted viz. Bridge:ami Road Fund-General'Account.
now
while he is enjoying himself in I and have succumbedto \ : J 0 KrleH itipt of road.... .. ......... 411! 40
1 men women Special road fund, Dis. No. 4, 1800! Ell Wager adv. road oon ....... ...... ... 27 uo TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPMl
Holland. the malady and are being caf- and 11)00 levies. District No. 1.
i Special road fund DIs. No. S, 1800 and J W Onban bal last month's bill.... ...... 20 00
vied off in considerable. numbers.
8 Mendel road work .. .... .. 10 Ou
1000 levies and that the balances as Jerome . hanling marl'.... ... ....
Tutu importation of negroes into The heat has this broken all Feaster : :OS on Wood Coke Brick Lime
year herein reported be credited to them respectively J Vrltcliard a Bon fence ... .. .. .... II/J/ 81 Coal, Cements
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Pennsylvania to take the place of records and has remained with a and charged to the existing UlHtrlct No. 2.: ,.
,1 R Mint, ... -
'' strikers has stirred the indignationof persistency unknown heretofore old accounts. K N Simmons examining, building: :road fence'::;;:::::::: :2120 200 .' %

the Amalgamated Association, Florida, however, has had a mast Respectively submitted, lntrict-No. 8. *
JOHN HENRY Kenny Gore removing log Sob. River... in 00 Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick-
and if the negroes attempt to work delightful summer, and people have I' Kroeitel runwork ...................., :200 ,"
I will than likely receive remarked Accountant R A G'oiikiinR exam. road............ ... 800
they
more about pleasantness On motion the minutes were road and H F illilw, work lumber for bridge..... 13 HO Offices foot of Uogan Street Jacksonville Florida. .
rough treatment at the hands of of the weather. We have the same approved.On RA Mm dee, work on log*................. /8 00 Telephone 262.

the strikers. Verily, the "brotherin old summers here, and while othersare motion the Board proceeded to examine J II Merrfwether,District ruadvlewer No. .4.;.........,. :2 00 J. K. MUN&ERLYN, General Manager;

black" has his troubles. roasting, with the thermometer and dispose of the road bid ns.follows J Win T Ifctvlll Pranti roadviewer, road. work,.horae....."bit...8................ 400 goo _ _ _ ___ _L_ _ _ _ _ _
at 100 in the shade; we ark! fanned : Contract No. I awarded to J. W 8THu&bcs. 4 .bridges. .......,... ........'. IS./ oo
Osban (02)\: ( cents per cublo yard. Contract District No. 5.
TUB impression has gotten out by delightful breezts, and sleep No. 2 awarded to C. B. Sanders for ,T T Hamilton, road .. 200 & Baker

? 1 that the Exposition\ at Buffalo is soundly at night.. Let tl\ose who! $217. Contract' No. 3 was.rejected, bids H K J C'Traynor U"II.exam road road ... ..,. :4 200 00 McMurray

I not up to the high standard of are suffering from the heat In other excessive Contract No awarded to JC. leo It J'OJlI..I.llxlnK. aahout... .. ..... IjJ ,
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llendry at $00 per mile. Contract No. Special Tax New District No. .. -
other expositions of like character. States take notice of this and cone 5 awarded to J. S.: Keen for $00. Con- John Henry Special Scot Tax.New District No.0., go 00 4-td West Kay Street. Jacksonville Florida.JIeadqual.ter .

Evidently, from what the managers to Florida tract No. 0\ rejected) for new specifications. John Henry, acut.... .4... 30 00
Bay, tills.Impression is utterly with. Contract No 7 rejected, bids ex- Fine and Forfeiture Fund for-
llive. D D Oaulden, conv. fee (;0. Ct; 0 00
5; out foundation, as all the exhibits AMERICA AND ENGLAND. ce M Hardee' Crml'ro.J.J If. Ct. 481!
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5 On motion the Board .
proceeded to hear A H lore .,. 3 oil Material
Vehicles
s are unusually tine. Those who complaints on asm'ttsments. AfX'roen 1t, s ?.. 170 Wagon Harness Bicycles
nave returned are loud. In their A merchant generally tries to at. On motion the SheillT Is Instructed to J Mvdsen! Juror ." ..n.... 80 ,
.1 "
T Hamilton .,,,,... 80
praise of everything they saw! while tract business by courtesy and fair notify James Holmes his agent: or anyone J Young, ". a .... go and Sundries."KELLY" .
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I in charge to remove the fence obstructing .J 81'a""ett.| .... .50
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at Buffalo treatment, 'so that be may hold his the public road from Jensen to J HmanHen .' ,...... Bo SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheel
J Richard, "
old and induce .
patrons new ones to 80
t t travel, and said obstruction to be remove T Kiliceoomb.: wltnem /BO 'at short notice.
'i// Bimioij; /loore, of St., Augustine, deal at his store. One of our .hellt ed within three days. N KlfhardBon '" /AO ,

r' who r/ee'ently died, was very popu customer* is England and by the Tbe'l'reltsurer'. report wab J receh'ed.checke.1 A J UretllI .Feeding" 1'rlBonor a Fund...,,... /80 .. - -- - - _ _-_ ______

i lar' with all denominations. The same kind of fair treatment we can up and found correct, Messrs. J r Brown, feeding prlaonera.'........... 128: 20
hold her Conkllng and )lot were appointed a On motion It Is ordered that each and WATCHES
funeral services were very Impress. patronage instead of drivIng Committee the LL CLOCKS
to destroy warrants turn Justice of the Peace make / di
his
lye, and hundreds crowded the it to her colonies, where she recently ed over by the Treasurer. They report every according/ to law on or before the report ,

large; cathedral auditorium to pay dent for her beef) etc., when ed that they had done the same and were first Monday In each and every month.

their last respects to the good these was some talk 06 trying .to discharged.tificate/that the The amoun Treasurer his had a At the request of Mr. J. F. Bell, commissioner . .Jewelry Diamonds s

Bishop who had so long ministered' stop her supplies In the United for was on dnposlt In the Indian report cel"j' motion, he of and the nth district( and on his ,

to the people of hit denomination. St \tes. The London Statist, in a State Bank to his credit. permitted to County Investigate surveyor file Friesare rock +- , a Souvenir, Wedding Kings and ProicoU,

Father Kenney of Jacksonville, is recent issue, gives the following Bond of 1I/.J. Shirley to carry a Winchester land In Dade county as to. the cost of Waltham Watches, eta

spoken of as the successor to Bishop significant figures as showing the repeating/ tjtle No. 1X1130! calibre blasting/ and loading.
trade relations between 44. wan received and approved. 1 Whereas Fine and Forfeiture warrant
Moore. growthof; FINEWATCH and JEWELRY REPA1R1
Bond of
T. G, Ellis Winchester
to
carry No. 303: Issued tI t )
Aug. 11)01, for $3, be
Great Britain and this country : repe.1In/ll'ltIe/ No. 23347; calibre 38, and Is hereby cancelled, this 7th day of -v-.L.. ; "' A SPEtJIAI/TT.

TilE people of Tampa are Indignant "The figures of our own trade was received and approved. August, and ordered to destroyed and Watch Inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville & SouthwcstcrnB'y.
because of a respite given by with America conclusively show the This Board Is Informed that some people 10 marked on the stub ol the warrant Spectacles and
S are placing a corstructlon Eyeglasses Charges paid one E. J. RILE,
on
wrong book. The bill for this warrant way
which the United havingoen
enormous profits
Gov. Jennings to J. M. Mercer the
; is in the occupation tax placed by the Boardon > paid by warrant No. '31)0) issued 225 W.; Bay St., JACKSONVILLS, hi.Best .
ravisher. Mercer criminally as- States making foreign 'trade. tish dealers and slaughter/ pens, we July 3, 1101.\ ------- -
saulted a little nine year old girl For the first six months of the pres. wish to Inform them that nothing therein Board adjourned to meet at 8:30 a. m., -- --

ent yea'r the United Is to be construed to prohibit a person let in
near Tampa some time ago, and our lmports\from from bin Monday September, 1901.)
selling own beef pork
sheep
wan to have been hung on Friday States have been nearly .f345. or other animal that Is slaughtered by

last. Robt. McNamee, attorney for 000,000 as against a little over himself Saves Two From Death. E utter +'

Mercer, has been untiring in his $205,000,000 In 1000, while our exports On motion Messrs. Walker and Mlot "Our little daughter had an almost fatal ,

efforts to save the condemned man's to the United States were on were added to the committee to select a attack of whooping cough and bronchitis -
county poor farm, to review selection of writes Mrs. W. ..u(
K. Havilland of "" 5
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neck. The is for ly worth $35,000,000 as against "" "
respite granted Commissioners Bell and Conk ling. Armonk, N. Y., "but, when! all other :tail i dcrs
twenty-one days. $44.000.000 in 1)00.! Petition of citizens of Fort Pierce to remedies failed.we saved her life withDr

"This means that for'the year to have fishing limits staked out at the Indian ..King's New Discovery Our niece

June 30, we .have bought $740,000 River Inlet was received. On motion who had consumption In an advanced
:JAMES Kirby and Robert Lee paid 000 In the County Surveyor, Fish and Game tape, also used this wonderful medicine
the United States
the death penalty at St. Augustine, produce Warden and Sheriff are appointed to and to-day she Is perfectly well." Desterate -

last Friday, for the murder of Julius while they have bought of us $90- mark and stake out the same. throat and lung trouble yield to

Askew, Bome' montbB Lee 000,000. The trade balance in fa On motion the Treasurer Is Instructedto Dr. King's New Discovery as to no other
ago. vo; of the United States as-respects transfer the sum of 4l)3.4a from tan medicine earth. Infallible for coughs Fille'y
protested innocence to the last moment levy of 1809 and C1.709.UH l '
from the levyof and colds., oOcts and $1 bottles guaranteed tProm
and was backed by Kirby in England was $650,000,000. agalnet 1000, special road fund district No. 0. by B. R. Wilson G Son. Trial bottles n

his statements. The evidence, how- $595,000,000 for the calendar year amounting to $2,204.44, to the llpeclJroad : free.LOWER.
of 1900. fund district No. 4. \
ever, was very strong, and those who t
The committee locating. county
attended the trial were fully con. farm made their and poor dis RATES TO BUFFALO.
JCDOE Jones has appointed ex report, were
vinced that Lee was guilty. If we charged.On ]Material.
Governor F. P. Fleming guardianad Lowest Prices
mistake not, this is the first double litem in the Flagler divorce suit motion C. T. McCarty was appointed I Believing the rate now given to' Buffalo ;
hanging witnessed in St. commissioner from Brevard county to. for the Pan-American Exposition
ever
Aug. Mrs. Flagler's every interest will the State Fair to serve without pay. higher than many feel able to pay, we
ustine. receive the most careful attentionof On motion it Is ordered that Messrs. have decided to form a club to be known

) Gov. Fleming, whom Bell and Jdnea be appointed. committee as the "East Coast Pan-American Club," QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
TUB Florida State Fair promises everyone' to 'negotiate with K. A. Conkllng' and endeavor to iodftoe transportation
to be .a With knows to be a gentlemen and a with a view to purchasing his place fora I lines to offer a material reduction be-
pronounced success.
such : Christian. Nb wiser appointment county poor farm; also to see If the'' lieving that If successful many will be Bond: Lunaber Co. Titusvl.A
an indefatigable man as MajorJIealey' could have been made if seven county is In a position to purchase at afforded a trip which they otherwise .

as manager we can not see'' States had been searched for such this time, and submit plan of payment. could not take. ,

bow the Fair can be anything else I The petitions of R. L. Motlow for precincts Success: In our efforts largely depends Trial Order Will Convince.S. .
guardian. NOB. 2 and 4, and W. J. Tuckerfor the number who
will
than a success. The various counties f upon likely /go, and
I precinct :No. D, and F. A. Losley for to ascertain this we have formed the O. VANLAXDINGHAM, Manager. . Titusville, Fla.
are beginning to bestir themselves WHAT catches many a man is the precinct No. 2, to sell wines beer and above Club, and ask that all who anti ._
and we predict that the exhibits so-called low rate of some liquors the aforesaid precincts In ;Bre- cipate going, Join the Club by depositing --
will be unusually fine. Let gaper, yard County State of Florida was taken $ .OO with ns; this amount apply to

us advertise our section of countryfor which haa absolutely nothing else up, and It appearing to the satisfactionof cost of trip, or to be refunded if better
to offer as an inducement- prelI the Board that the said petitioners rates are not secured. Lumber Material
all worth. Pride and Biffng
weare I tage, no circulation no nothing have fully complied with Chapter 4747, If you are contemplating tills trip and
policy should both stimulate us to just a low rate. After the advertiser (:Nit 80)) Laws of Florida entitled "An and are not now In a position to make a

do our best. has his Act prescribing the method of obtaining deposit we will be glad to advlao us of
paid "low rate' and permits to sell wines ,beers and liquors your Intention of going.

a got nothing, he finds that it was a In certain cases." On motion is there -1 We have every-reason to believe we Everything Used in House_ _ BuilrJincr.

THE Kesistencia, at Tampa, is high rate. In fact, he paid about' fore ordered that permit do Issue to will be successful; and if replies are received u

evidently a turbulent organization. 100 per cent more than the thing the Tax Collector of Brevard County, to promptly we can the sooner per GEORGE: F. pADDISON:: .
Their chief article of faith seems Issue State and County licenses to the fect our arrangements and announce
worth. .
k+' to be a strike. They strike at was laid petitioners for the fiscal year 11)02.\ date. of trip via what linn. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL EAU GALLIB, FLORIDA.
every. No. 20. On motion the following bills Address, EAST COAST Ct.cn.ADYUCATK .
thing, and work but little. The THE oldest Episcopal I clergyman were, audited and paid : office, - -. ..- __ 0.::=:

cigar business will never flourish in England is the Rev. the Earl of General Fund. Tltnsvllle, Fla. H. A. HODGES. .

in Tampa until Americans are em Devon, who has just celebrated his .J t.R K.Walker Mint, Co Cum". and mileage M $ .M e 00 40 Wedding

+ ployed. It seems that the Yankeef 90th birthday lie still. preaches, R,A Conkllng. .". 14 so Stationery. Manufacture of
John C. u w
could learn how to make cigars, as and is in good health. .1 r Boll,JUIIM, .. >21 S4.eo oo The ADVOCATE-+- ....Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...

'4 H ........ ......... WHO having received a nice
he is first in everything else he R H.fwwellfeRnaon...... ... IO 00 lot of the latest type and stationery Is ROUGH AND: DRESSED. . Crsteaat'
)it undertakes. Italians and Cubanscan THK Florida State Fair opens in TT Weimorv. !<.. ........ ...V............. I M O OKI..trtct now prepared to execute on short notice one Orange; Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable
Light Co........................... .. ao Invitations part eontemp1atlag their pineapples or building
not be complimented upon their Jacksonville on Nov the 18th, and J P Pllrown Jailor ...........*.,......., 30 oo Wedding/ Announcements. of Florida. would doewdell to wclte for .. The ; located i
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steadiness and . closes Nov. 22nd. janitor.: ........>.... 500 and Ladles' visiting cards live us your, at Buffalo Bluff near Palatka pric. aaw mll1a are
stability. oqCoCbm. OD the J..T. K. W.
waiting ........ .. COO orders. part of the East COIl8L Ry. Lumber dellveredfftj.a. '
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-ARMSTRONG: : Eden. GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX. oo TO ---r t



Mrs. J. H. LeTourneau- spent Tuesday 1VI.A.Et :B1EiC>S., G. T. BUNTING'SChailotte '


afternoon calling on friends, In Jensen. Wholesale Dealers In Street. North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. r.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'Whipple spent I .'
several days at West Palm Beach, last GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE.. -FOR YOUR


week.Mrs. Bnchus, with bercharmlnA' young -- - Furniture Mattresses t Pillows '

i visitor, were pleasant callers ID Eden, on Corner West Bay and Jnlia'Sls., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

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,;. v Tuesday.Mr.. and Mrs. Wm. F. Richards wenttQ ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.We PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, "I .1

.iua Jacksonville, on Saturday, to spend I ,
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EYE SPECIALIST. several days. are headquarters for all kinds of Sod and Hating: Potatoes and Cow Peas; :::Sro.cJ.ets.: : w 'VV"1.D..d.o' Shades, :

|W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. Tbe station platform has been put In guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of. Tiny Grain and Feed. We want '
!good order, which was a much needed your Granges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.:_ AND FANCY CABINET WARE. ; !
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improvement. :MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla. t J

West Palm Beach. Miss Dna Miller has been sojourning nr- We only Sell to Dealers. N. Undertaking. Department entirely separate. ': J.

in Fort: Pierce for some time, with her . . I
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aunt, Mrs. George Sounders.Mis. I 'I

SID is.In J.Georgia R. Anthony, to be left absent for a her month old L-. J. Sawyer and Mrs.Frank Horton Jensen. I Melbourne. Rockledge. Ouarl ian's Notice! of Aplli't-ntioH' ? ,

nore. ,, of Tlbbals, were calling on Eden To Sell LaiKls.TkTOTirK I
friends last afternoon.The .
Monday
IHS Evelyn Clark's departure for her R. R. Rtcou Titusville visit! this II. J. Mngruder few days with t II! I
tofu" home, U much regretted by her Ladies' Aid Society, of the Con- paid a OOODB A' ODE.-R..nl. Estate and Ix>ans. spent a IS HKUKHY: : (4IVKV THAT On MOV.f i i
Bin of frleadsin West Palm Bench. grogalloual church, met at the residence week, .Acent" for ..1Uii.Lxmdon. and Liverpool and his parents last week.C. f\ day the 2lth day or August,A. D. HXH.theiindoriiliciiod ''I
"oiobw. ITovlilmire-\VanhinRton, and Bun Fire"inmiranre. KiivnllHii of the Batas., r
\ and Mrs. WhillJen from of Mrs. J. O. Wey, last Friday after-. R. R. Rlrpu has secured a fine horse, in Bpnolal/ nttontiou paid to the W. ITanlson line boon quite 111 for Ht'ywar,1 A. l'iiJit.in.liiliii an II. raxtnn and Holier j I ,
x.Major noon. / anticipation of our rock road. Interest uf noil nmlilents.HOTEL the poet\ two weeks, but Is now convalescent t). 1'oalon, minor heirs of Florida V. I'HXtou, (I \
I accounts, were enjoying the cool and ilnmtoiwd. will Rll'ly to Hon. Minor S. Jonen, 1
ring: climate of East port, Maine, :Mrs Cynthia Hull, of West Palm Beach, C. S. Schuyler\ spent part of Saturdayand CARLKTON-Open tbe round. Delightful + Jiidne of: tlio C1rnultCourt! ;: of the Sevonth ..ladlrlnl -
sts of the Hotel Quoddy. made a visit of several days this week at Sunday with his family In Tltnsvllle.! spot] to spend winter or year summer. IottHMd Miss Ella. Singleton IK at home again ClriMilt of Florida, nt lltiiRVllle pale I the, tliirlda Intermit. 1 i
Klverton Mrs. N. Saunders' on high lilnIT. overlooking the Indian after winter the DeFunlak State fnrautbirlty to salt at private I
hospitablehome. Hon. K: B. Kaulerson of Volt Pierce, Itiver. TorniH; moderate.KHAKK ; a at nfmild liiraiiMoncli being. | an nndlvldml' Thum anJ Normal. Intermit) In and to those lots or parcels. of
k spent Monday night part of Tuesday KOIIKUTSOUProprietor.J3T liuul I lInir mid hating In the town of Coyoa, In the :
litli. and will undoubtedly visit the Mr. Douglas Austin and wife, of White in town.J. Mis. S. O. Wade left here, last week, <'omity of Hrevard, and tttnte of Florida, known
-American exposition before their ie- City, passed thiough; here, Monday afternoon Subset Iptloos for the ADVOCATK, for a summer's outing In Georgia nnd and ilmerllNiil an follow, to-wlt: LoU noven (7R \,
Young Is dividing: up his time between nine' (U) and ten lei, of block II, aooorir*
I. lion voyage. on the way to their Hummer the,pink paper of the East, Const, will be New Jersey.L. eight ( ) ,
business and blushes perhaps It Inn l >l Iat of(ouoa. and Iwlnu a art
home at Jensen. { received ut the :Melbourne Postoffico. nov..rn..nllo[
[he steamboat Canaveral anchored at Is the warm weather!? H. Paxton'bas returned from a four j, (.:Nat.f\, township'| twenty l two tour(19)of(section 24\ south thlrty.thrro of ran gotlilrlTnU I
city dock on the 4th, for a stort stay, The weeds the county road are doing weeks' cruise down the river. He reports ((9rn.t.!,\ AlMtj lot five' ((5) of Slnul"ton's ,I
J. L. Jensen has under construction
|II a family on board, with furniture nicely, especially the sand spurs, Capt. Harder, of t Sebastian, was in plenty mosquitoes but few fish. flrnt addltlim: to the town of I ocoa and I lilt.
two dwellings, that he has rented for twovears'to town on business the other day I of Singh.4nto'aepvudaddltionto. l'nena (
which etna()
I stock, evidently en route to some me making; a tine crop of seed for Paxtonrleft NN'VIor
desirable or else northwest (
very people. .Mr. and Mrs Joseph : bore, lirlnicapart quarter
the coast south of Iieie.r. the unfortunate I
lit on pedestrians. Ed Conkling, of Bonnventure, spent thesnthosetquartorKEtorsection( ) 'I
Mrs. i[. L. Barker returned home froma :Monday for a two months' sojourn three :U), townvhlp twenty-four (24)), song. j
last Sunday with his mother, MI'.. Anna tote (
. and Mrs. Whipple, of Eden, are Intn Before leaving, ]f. W. visit toiler' llawlhoine among mountains of North Carolina range U.trty-.lx. (lie) east.
at a
looking up a home. They will, be sented Ills fine sorrel mare to his mother. parents Conkling.: DAVID 14. PAXTON,
Boomed an permanent residents. Mr. It Is such' a gentle aidraal, Mrs..Ulchards few days ago, accompanied by her, sister.M. Mr. IToko has Improved\ appearanceof The boys are h'emfndouRly'lnterested Uiuirdluu.

| It. Moses was showing them about anticipates much pleasure in the use of It. J. Raulerson Is erecting very neatand the AlcBildo store by adding a new In their newly-organized and !: baseball club ,

1 pointing out the desirable properties The weather is commodious cottage of eight looms porch to It. just now, we can scarcely move In Hill .For I>ivorce. j r
I sale lovely-cool nights, as a future residence for himself and-. the streets of Cocoa for flying balls Tho
lust enough rain, mosquitoes are few, We will tell the balance later At the birthday party of Miss Fannie, fever has seized all-thesmall boys boIng -
jlie marriage of 3Ir. William. Lanet sandtllea. less, (leas have fled and everybody on. Lou lloko, the young people say they ; particularly assiduous In the praotloe. TUB CIRCUIT COl'RT IS AND FOR HUB- ,
IN
and Miss\ May Lanehart was quite a is well. What, more can a body Now. that pineapples are all shipped, had a fine time. vend County Florida Tn Chanoer, ,

|py surprise to their numerous friends.cy wish for? quite a few of our citizens are preparingto J. Webb '
---------- Frederick )
are pioneer residents, aud are wlde- shed, the cover of pines having been A number of men are now busy settingout v a I( Bill for Divorce.
Mr. and Mrs. A.. D. Merwin disconsolate A. U Davis Mt. Sterling Ia. writes
flown throughout this section, and are proven to be a paying Investment. pineapple; plants on the plantation of :, Annie E. Wo"' ,. J
|will unite In them over the death of Jokes, their W. 'I'. Wells, atEast, Melbourne. "I was troubled with kidney complaint It nmnMinlnir by the bill of complalnsntaxbibitud -
wishing a happy good; dog, who was run over by the II. L. M osier, who has charge of the for about two years, but two one dollar and tiled( in said dei'endant."' and the sflldavll
\ prosperous life. train last week and Miss Jessie Goode spent the past weekat bottles of effected of complainant that the Annie K.
freight Cure
so severely patted plant cepartment of the Rensoner Foley' Kidney A Webb Is a non-ro.lilont. of tbe Slate of Florida,
ive are pained to read of the sad ncctJbt Injured It was thought best to chloroform llros', nursery at Oneco, Fla., spent a few IndJanola, the guest of her friend Miss permanent cure." B. B. Wilson & Son. and rrnldus, to-wlt! In Hrarborough, lu the Unl-
from drowning, In St. Augustine, him a. few days ago. days visiting his father, J. W. Mosler, Jessie Sandei She reports a delightfultime. I ted Kiniidoin of Oreat llrltaln. I

I Saturday,and congratulate Major and Mr. and Mrs. If. W. Richards and fam- and other relatives town this week. South pear Now before.you the the, J mild iidfte Annlo of our 1C.Court Webb on, be and ap- I

i. Sackett on their narrow escape. ily left, oo Wednesday morning, for Atlanta Substantial Improvements are going: : Miss Mattie May Hoke has returned Rockledge.. 8ATORDAY, AUGUST 24TII, A, D. 10(11
o Major and his wife have friends i11
many where they will probably make up on every hand, and after a while we home after a pleasant outing. Her to answer said hill of complaint,or a decree proconl'mmo -
9 who would be grieved at any mls- their home. Mr. Richards was one of are going to give a pink tea and Inviteour many Melbourne friends are. glad to see No mosquitoes. will IMS entered aicslnie' you and the ;
tone that might come to them. her home. complainant' will be allowed to proceed ex-purta
the pioneer settler of this place, and neighboring towns to spend an evenIng with, bin paid. caiiKe. ,
the death of Mr. E. A. Suder; which has been one of our' best citizens. We : with us, to see what we have been Mrs. Louise R. Skinner Is much Im Sore rain, but more needed. It Is further ordered, 1 nt this notice be pnlvllMhodln I
furred at Tontogamy, Ohio, last week, are all sad because this family Is leaving doing. the KAHT OOA8T AOVOCATK.anewa. .
proved In health lately. She I. enjoying Miss Myra Williams was calling on her jiupnr piibllHbed, said county,once a week foreluht }, I
liCK as a personal affliction to many 'us, but wish them all happiness and Some time we stated that Dr. N.MoClintot's her summer In Melbourne, and thinks It friend 111 hIS Gentle Ilrpese, on Monday. iMinmiriitive weeks l lWhiles.
ago: ,
fa. Mr. Suder ably filled tho position : prosperity In their new home. one of the coolest spots to spend the hot the Honorable Minor H. Jones, Judge\
agent for the Southern Express Co., house was nearing completion Miss Cornelia Hagrudur entertained a of said Court,and rue peal of Bald Oourt at the \
in.Editor.
II I We saw. a barber's chair In the station -we still believe the statement was season few of her lends Court lloimo. In Tl\usvllle, lorlda' this Hull day
the tlrst of
was vacation
granted I young
a hoping to the other day, and have come to the conclusion within the neighborhood of truth. We daughter part of Juue, A. Ir 11)(11') "I
fuperate, but gradually failed after K. T). Odin\ and Miss the week. I't.Cl.Seal.) A. A. RT1CW An'r, <
ping here until the end came. that somebody is going to come 'note that the "lighis" are now being put Lulu, and Dr. Edwin Gladmow, from ,\:pug Clerk of the Circuit Court., 'I,
tothe rescue of tbe ladles In this place, in, and presume the "livers" will_be going Southern Pints, N. C., were the guests of Hersoy Dexter painting> H. .1., Smith's ----- !
riio ladies of Holy Trinity Episcopal who have bad to do !the hair cutting for in next.E. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oslin, laat week. nice collage Horsey will\ make a good .

IsMon gave a very successful cream their husbands, brothers and sons. They left for their homes well job of It.Theio. JtKAI ESTATE FOR 8ALI3. .1!
D. Young has moved from his place Sunday: ,
[ity on the evening of the 2nd, It being While some of the ladies are experts ------ '. I
pleased with their visit
the to Melbourne has been Inquiries for land
on St. Lucle river to our burg, and is more ,II!
t evening of the band conc rt. A large with the shears and clippers others are
I busy In assisting to develop the place, and much surprised to find Indian River this summer than )IMS been in all the As Executor of the Estate of William
tuber was present and patronized the not so fortunate, and some of tbe gentlemen's :
having In charge tbo erection of one of an cool and pleasant in August. time since the freeze. Trent lor, deceased, I otter at private" sale I
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pics liberally besides being a very heads have presented a sorry appearance I
the following/ described Real Estate, belonging -.
Mr. Jensen's
tlal affair. The proceeds go towards with long locks, short locks pottages. lie Is also godfather Died, last Monday afternoon, Francis M. O. Salmon has, a date palm seven 1 to said. Estate. : .
b payment of a lot adjoining the and bare sculp In places-still they did to the band, which we are told Is Fee, the beloved youngest son of Mr and years old, that has over five hundred t
IIreh. not deserve any better treatment, for doing well-nothing, however, Is said of Mrs. Frank Fee. Rev fclrdefleld conducted dates on It, and there Is no tree of the No. 1. The (trove: known all the Sears I
havin .It done home the neighbors living near. the funeral service at the residence orange grove on south side of Eau Oallle\ I
fife yacht race, which is booked for at they scorned to opposite sex near. Will the fruit mature .
i Uth, Isnxcltlng much Interest give up even ten cents for the work. ---- on Tuesday. Many beautiful \? oreek, In Section :21, Township :27 South,' i

Jo sporting and lovers among of High: living:, Intempeiance, exposureand floral offerings were brought: by friends E. M. Ilreese Is ; his Range :117 East, containing about 6} acres.
community Mis. W. F i repairing packing
Richards entertained theLadles' other things bring lirltthfsdisease. and neighbors showing the love for the This is u line grove: a number of bearing .
on
luntio many!
The boats house. This
spurt. two the Tea Club most delightfully, last ) Is one of the oldest buildIngs trees '
>>td 1 and the Addle, have come out Foley's Kidney Cure will pre-- dear departed one. Mr. and Mrs. Fee on this part of the liver having '
tb new sails Wednesday afternoon. Delicious refreshments vent Urlght's4 disease and all other kld- have the heartfelt sympathy of all. been No., 2. All of iii J of NKr, Section 21,
and ben built for
| sloop rigged, can consisting of chocolate cake .a dwelling house by one of
almost every afternoon on the lake, chocolate macaroons and various wafers, nQY or bladder disorders if taken la time. Rest In pence oht I noble brother the lirst settlers Township 37 South Range U7 Kant, covered s

etching: their canvas preparatory to Iced tea, Ice cream! peaches and bonbons,t Be sure to take Foley's. Wllsv|) & Son. For God's will must be done, with water, lying In said Eau UallleHlver

c coming contest, and are "eager for Thou art gone: but not forgotten and Kau Gallie Hay, containing
served. Those
; fray." were present were: Mrs, In the mind of A.R. Bass, of Morgantown Jnd., bad' about IK) sores, more or less. ,
Webster, Mrs: I.luce, Mrs. Sawyer, Mrs. Georgiana.Mrs. everyone to vet up ten or twelve times In the night,
Morton, of Tlbbnls; Mrs. Hairy Richards ami had severe backache and 1)l\lnsln the Mo. 3. Commencing at a post 102 foot

'coln' things night nightmare, i Is Mrs. John Miller\ Mrs. S. F. Webb, kidneys. Wo.s cured by Foley's'Kldney Smith of Northeast. corner post of S'V1-

tornmoa result Indigestion. You cant Mrs. W. F. Wolf, .Mrs. John O. Wey, A..A. Baldwin la, quite sick again. Indianola. Cure. It'. guaranteed Wilson it 800.Vhnt.8 of Section 31 I, Township 27 Mouth, tango .
expect Rood sleep with a bad stomach Mrs..T. G. MoJIullin, Mrs. C. A. Robin. 117 East. From! thence run West :ii70 feet

Loyal Ford's Djspeptlcide, the new son and Mrs.J. U. LeTourneau, of Eden Mrs. Lizzie Williams and two children / thence South 1.T7: feet, thence East 17(>
inedy, makes a sound stomach that diks and Mrs. R. R. Rlcou and two daughters,, left; Tuesday, for a month's visit with Miss Jessie Goode, of Melbourne, has \ Your Face Worth, feet, thence /South 5 foot, thence East 100

perfectly. Wilson &: Son. of Jensen. Mrs C. A. Robinson will relatives In the northern part of the been the guest of Miss Jessie Sandei Sometime a fortune, but never.If you ,feet, thence north 142 feet to beginning,

have the next tea, on August 14tb. State. during tbe past week. have a. sallow complexion, a Jaundiced known as the Wilson cottage lot '

Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce left, Saturday fora During the storm of last Friday, lightning look, moth patches and blotches on the No. 4. That portion of 8W., Section

v WOULD HAVE.COST HIM HIS LIFE. two months' visit at their old home In struck the house of Mr. Charlie skin-nil signs of liver trouble. Hut Dr. Township 27 South, flange il7 East, ,' .

Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky., writes : "'! Massachusetts. The pink paper follow* Cleveland, In South Merritt, going King's: New Life Pills, give clear skin, commencing A point 370( feet West from .
[\V J. Dyer'spent a few. days at Palm have been using Foley's: Kidney Cure them In their travels. through every room In the house, knockIng rosy complexion. Only 26ot at 11. I{. Northeast corner post on /j Section line

f ich, this week. and take great pleasure In stating It gave over the- stove, breaking four lamps Wilson" ton's: '. drug store of aforesaid 3.4', thence run South 103

C'. W. me, permanent cure of kidney disease, Uncle and _Auntie Hughes. and Miss and many dishes, killing twOdogs, doing . feet thence East 100 feet, thence South
Corton Is painting W. Kltch- which certainly would have'cost my life. Maude Baldwin spent a pleasant afternoon much damage generally, but not serious Notice. 420: feet, thence West to >.1 Section line,. all

s store this week.. Take none but Foley's.: Wilson &: Son. at the hospitable homes of Dr. and ly hurting. either Mr. Cleveland or his thence North 028 feet, thence East to,,

Frank Gautler, a knight of the grip, Peter, Wlttfeld last Wednesday.- sister, AM WHOM IT MY CONCEIT I starting point, containing 80 acres, moreor

oat Sunday with us. i Miss Maude Laughlin and her brother The dance,"on Thursday of To Thirty (lays after this date I will, on less. This tract has a fine ;young

Lumbers arriving by the carload tore White City.Fred Ralph spent two days at Lotus, last last week, was well attended evening by out:, of lax Deed behalf to or It.the$. Minis.> mate of?Florida and W.,II exnouM. Maxwell a grove of COO or COO trees_ i

residence of Chas. Woodward.. week the guest of Miss Ruby Thlgpln: town onnjt people, among whom men. for the following dencrllwil. land to-wlt I Lot 8 No. B. Begin at Southeast cTorner of
who I. ,taking music lessons of Miss tion be made of Blood, an, Tltu.rrlln, Section i, Township rj
may Jtllss Jennie May lot now or formerly owned by J. L. liar.riven .
,
E. Simmons Is building a launch for Christensen Is down at Jensen, Maude, who thoroughly understands Bower" and Miss South,of Hang 8A East, sold for taxes June nth
llArs. plowing" for the pineapple Louise Oannata, of ISW unlnw (food can. lie shown ms on or efore thence run South across Elbowcreek
B Mr. liars will use an explos- ( growers. muslo. Georgians, accompanied by Mr. DeVoe Beiiteiutmr fM. liwi, why I should nut Imue said to North boundary of land belong* ,

angles Peter Sorensen, of Jensen, paid a visit The pineapple shipping Is about over Same, of Courtenay. Also May Jenkins deed.Bealj This August :hid, IUOI., Ing to Wm. Treutler, thence East J

I. D. Ends took a party of friends to his friends at this place last Sunday. for this season. More than one thous- and family Fred Whltlock and Willie [Clio: Circuit Court A.. A r.'tord BTHWAUT County, Fla. j( Section line which U the North bound ,t '

wn to the inlet for a sail, Sunday, in Mosquitoes are giving u* a slight rest and orates have been shipped from here LaRoache, of Conrtenay, Walter Hatter ary of Win.Treutler'*land to Nortb bank' I
catboat. and hate -the largest shipment since before the and Harry Hentz of Sharpes. of Elbow creek thence West along : ,
to
now migrated parts un- Sheriffs Sale. ban1'f'
Rain baa been1'1- plentiful for the known. first freeze, sixteen years ago. Returns We. learn with that Miss I A of said oreek to point of beginning, i!
now are prices. Undle Hughes'best rleasore. In Section 2f Township Mouth '
Jit fancy Beatrice Sander j
week, which Is a blessing, to. our Mr. Austin baa finished shipping his orate for $.J, others are briDgIng successful In,the 0 was the UNDER: AND BY VIRTUe or AN IXKCU- 07 Ksst. This land Is covered with the. '
Jilt growers. pineapples from Jensen, and returned to over r crate, clear of all ex- one competitive examination )- Issued out of the Co"ntyrJourHo. and waters of the creek. YI t
for the
Near ,scholarship appointment for Mrevard County, Florida, wherein
[Henry Stypman had. his catboat out White City. everybody I* planning to the Statfc Normal School at IleFunlak William Laws I* plaintiff' and rbovols Mill A No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot :21,.
} the ways, this week, treating her to a The lumber for Mr.1iel80o'a new and to put out larger field this summer Springs. The examination Lumber l!oopany,a corporation of the State of Houston' addition to Eau Uallle ,\
w" coat was a very Florida, l III defendant, I bate levied. corner
of paint. commodious hous& has arrived, and car- C. D..Provost bought out Wethey A close one both candidates standing very will aelt for om.h to the highest and best upon bidder and of Houston street and street through the

Mrs. E. Simmons returned from Palm penters. will\ begin work at once. Wagner, last week, store-house and high, and Miss Sanders succeeding; by on the .- Roe cb addition fronting; 103: feet on>
act, I dwelling. Mr. Wftbey will only a email fraction Flan MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER Houston street. >
Monday, after a pleasant visit We are having some nice weather join his wife but that fraction: 10014,
th her daughter here now, and our: resident very are all well i and Children In Minnesota, as soon a* he mean a good deal to those who understand before the Cent House'door In the town of TI. No. 7. Commence about chains 85
wind up his business.. Mr. Wagner and the opportunities that both caodl- tu..ine, during the leval hours of sale, all thai links West from Northeast -
Roy with their of.
Lane corner
from'the pleased surroundings.There tent of land
In
was over Gilbert's lying Bravanl
family go to Miami We are to dates have had (n the of County, Florida,
r bouse of sorry way schooling and dunnrtbed a* follows, to-wltt Section 20, on Section line between Seo
ads with hi refuge, Monday, shaking. was a, called meeting of the lose these good people. They are and training. .ttXKlnnlnic 'm fe.l: due Knit of the Bontheant MODS 17 and 20, run West 0 chains 1.1 links
many friends. Popular and Mutual Improvement Club thoroughly reliable; their word Is as good: corner of Illuok "A," miier'a Addition to T*. thence South 10 chain 54 links thence-
Cleveland and last Tuesday on account Of a. their bond; honest and fair In their ttnwnb, being at the Intersection of Elnlc and ,
Reginald Kltchiog have Important .FOR WHOOPING COUGH. ."Both Boom .trreu. run north 'arallell I with the Kant South 00 degrees; seconds, East 3 chain.
turned to their home at Sebastian: af- bualn ll4. business, courteous and gentleman In my children were taken with line ol! FNher'a addition 814 feet to the InMrmv to Eau: Gnllle River, thence follow' the,
r a pleasant visit here. Come again. Our postmaster' son Laurence ha their dealings with all, kind and oblig cough write Mr. O. E. whooping lion of ElnlK and. Orange strata theme Eaet shore of Eau Oallle Klver in an Easterly
ing. Their place will be bard Dutton Danville UH feel to a .tr t, thence M tai l Bonth along
Capt. Hubert Bessey came over from been at Ocean Beach for the past six They have been to fill. 111. "A small bottle of Foley'. aid street to Brats street, tlienoe We t along direction to a point due South:! from place.

8 house of refuge Monday, to Inspect month He 1* now at home, visiting goods at cost, and selling all their out old their customersare stock of Honey and Tar cured'the cough and saved with limed a itreet neht of 23U way feet 00..feet the wlito point on of all""four.''onlnK 81..e., of beginning, thence north to point of p

c work which he is having done on his his parent buying In large me a doctor's bill.." Wilson: Son ot said I..d. beginning, containing acres; more o!'

notation. Mr. Bessey will have three Peter Robinson left here last Saturday quantities.Mr. "u JOBKFII P. BROWN' less, and known a* the Kltchelplace.!
id a half acres this Wang Sheriff KrevarU County, Florida. No. 8. NE> of Section I
season. for his old home In Denmark,on a three .Daniel Bantz, Ottenille la. Cocoa. 28; Township
sam Jones la here with his bridge month trip; He baa not seen his native Have had asthma and a.very lad ,cough says 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 1(3)(
og, land for over ten Comm isaloner'. Sale For Admin. acres, less railroad rlght.of-way.
repairing the railroad dock. The year for years, but could get no relief from

f'inter's gang have left, and everything The saw (kill. 1 is now to good working the doctor and medlalne I tried until 1 :Mrs. Wm. Jarvis left, on Tuesday, for Istratrlx. No. 0. .NW>{of East 28, Townsofp
the shape of a building. owned took Foley's 27 South, Range 37 : containing loo
drool by the order, and Mr. Campbell, the owner, i* Honey and Tar. It gave a trip to Daytona. .
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company painted in flrst-01 ass ready for your orders. lIe should placean Immediate relief, and done me more good I .R AND:! BY VIRTUE OrAN acres, lea railroad! << rightofway.No. .
19. ad. in the ADVOcA' a. .than all the other remedies combined." last Mrs. Roberts, of Jacksonville, arrived I UND sale .....*1 not the Court* the ORDER tour 10. 42 00-100 acres, less railroad
B. R. Wilson 4 Bon. Monday, on a visit to her mother ty JudKe.lnandiorHrtvarn: right-of-way, being part of Lot 1 and of
White yo'onll and other relatives here. Ida,lID the application' : ITIoeaea.lI
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Man Turned Yellow. The orange tree are lookingwell ml..I.tntris of the i.1-rloe NKW; of NW#, Section 3, Township 27

treat; consternation was felt the Hardee and the nursery stock of W. K. Mrs. E.: L. Brady and little daughter, .... I wW sell pabllo art aaotlonTfor ft J. euh. .deem 1 to the South, Range 37 East, known J. L.
by
I I. growing. They will be Roseland. highest and bell
ends of M. A. readyto of Tltusvllle, (!are here for a few day bidder on the Railroad Ijock Stewart place.
Hogarty of a4 .
Lexington Tllnsvllto. In old
,
set out September County,on tbIR8T .
.. when they saw he was turning yel- a "--- the little one being tinder Dr. Hughlott's > No. 11. Lou 17 and 18, block 4, Town -
w. His skin slowly changed color also G. K. Dutton has gone on an extended Miss Lillian treatment. MONDAY IN! BKPTE1TOKR, Jflol, of Ku Oallle.
Cain spent .
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a eyes, and he suffered terribly. Hisalady trip to the Pan-American and through! Mlcco. Sunday In Dr L. T. Daniel came np from Jensen, daring property the of local the.estate town.,of J...IIL T.Price all the_personal No., 12. Lot lr block 4, Town of Eau ,

was Yellow Jaundice He was Virginia; which will keep him away A. 1.. Saturday last, to spend a day or so wltb tilth* penopiU will. Oallle. Quit claim deed for this .only._
ate(1 by the beet Doctor., but without from here for live or six weeks. Mr. Tltusvllle.Campbell spent. Monday.. la hi. family. He left again, Tuesday to elodlOI .... lots ot llorenftwinm| oork..tal..and In. held under Tax Title.. .
neflt Then b* was adylaed' Campbell will take charge of our Sunday be law< to try gone about ten dsys. la nen pompano e For prices and term .
lantern address
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lectrto '
Bitters, the wonderful stomach Bcbvol during Mr. Dntton's absence.To Q Gibson lias been taking a ten days' quarts t>f paint; u :
K'obe. I lot 0'
tool.. I lot or JOHN
d naU., 1 HENRY
liver remedy, and he writes: "After vacation. D. Cain, jr I* running the The Cocoa Base Ball Clob Las been empty barrel, truok wnw-1. 1 wagon clack and bah 40 Kxecutor Estate of jf '
king two bottles 1 was wholly cured. heal a hurt use Banner Salve the pump during his abaeoce. formerly organized. Fred Bryan being ness, and nlM ash bo... with ,,_ saJIs. Wm. Treutler/deo'd; -
trial sprite anil lw. .. ., anobT-r Tltusvllle Florida ; -
proves Its matchless elected field captain and Billy Hlndle Said oar "' and antie .
merit for all healer. rooie
mack great It'sguaranteedforwounds, Mr. Underwood, agent for the Gray to wh. sale ,la brth nl.trs.'
lIyu manager, secretary and treasurer.
te.ta. and kidney troubles. Only cuU, sores piles and all skin disease engine, ha sold a 4 If P. marine engine I.I Fred Irf..lty Comwl..loa.r.0 pay debts "..or dl. --If
Sold a thoroughbred tbe tribatlur. you want good results
by Wllwa Jt Son, drngglsfc Use no substitute. Wilson Sc: Son. to a party at Ft. Land< rdaJ on diamond and find ) you will.' ,I
Billy U a good man in the right place. .ul30 JOHN R..JW.ALKIR the ADVOCATE" an excellent adver
Commleslooer. Using medium.


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.e, EAST COAST ADVOCATE.AUGUST 9, 1901.

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the cost per capita is '11J.tI'or 1i'IrIY VESTIBUll'

$100 for a family of five persons. England 1't yP' .Pan-American ExpOSi&1TRAIHS

spends more per capita for drink v

"Fruit"To than either Scotland or Ireland, tbe 4tMITED. (!.

cost having been per bead In 1000 BUFFALO, N. Y.
U 3a. 2d. (3 Oa. 4d. In Scotland and

(2 IRe lu Ireland. The- tax oil spirits May 1 1st to November

raise good fruit In the United Kingdom In about double DOUBLE: DAILY SERVICE |I.

that of this country, apd our population -

have Potash. Is nearly twice' as large.In ,, e4c
must bb Air Line
you The Seaboard Ralf i
England the consumption of spirItuous

Fertilizers liquors l Is about stationary butIt /7 J
containingat Is not decreasing on tbe continent ofliurojie.
all Florida pofnts. Ticket" .
Offers low Excursion Rates from on ,
In the United States It la leper lapf

least 8 to 10% of bond than ten years ago and more L't p Rates from JACKSONVILLE! J2.aO and $42.95; TITUSVILLE, ." "". Co

than five years ago. The bablt of biht ygyOG ponding low rates from other points. I\o

Potash will give best drinking beer was apparently never so Q .
general tbe world over as It Is now Double dally service, Including Sunday via RICHMOND and \\ \ .II I G1'Q'For .

results on fruits: of all and tbe lamt year of the century showed further Information write.. y.

au lacroiuje rather than a decrease A, O. MACDONELI, Anst. Gen. Pass Agt. -. Jacksonville. FlotikS
kinds. In tbe use of alcoholic sMmulanta. ) s -
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I Saloon* and Tramp. . Dixie, Flyer Route .
Write for our pampli1, which hln.uM, The saloon U chiefly responsible for r s1on

(....in every firmer's library. the existence of tbe tramp problem.If Double dally trains with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULKD mil; I 11],reinsThronull .

They .are lent free tbe tramps of America could be !; without change-
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freed from the bondage Into which m JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND vj. i LillII'( u( ,

GERMAN KALI WORKS, liquor baa broupbt them, there. would -Close connections made In Union Depots, for-

93 N..... $t., New York.Accented not be may vagi-ants left In the coup- Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati Memphis and all points West and N.."rthwest,

Free and try. Who are tbe men found In the . Tri-Weekly Sailings . Be sure that jour ticket reads, via -
cheap lodgUw houses? Poor laborers WESTERN & ), and WAY ILLE, Oil \'I"\\OOGA
ATLANTIC
Masons.Itldlati loafers criminals? No; hundreds of BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. SI. LOUIS:::

men of former good character-college For Information. relative to rates schedules eto., writ., t. ..
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graduates physicians, army officers, Calling at Charleston T. M. DOYLE Fla. !!ass. Agt, Jacksonville, Fla.
No. 00Tltusvllle clergymen C. E. HAR1IAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. *, SMITH, 'limit. Manage!

Rlvor Ill Effect of Tobacco. The Finest Steamships in the 'Coastwise Service Atlanta, Ga. Nai-livill, fenn,

There swum to be a distinctly grow-
LOll/ce./ Florida. Inc liuprt-HKlou. among medical men The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
HOlds lu mmttlnpi the sennnd and fourth Fri. that who Direct: (service Between PLANT SYSTEM
'Hay of Bmili mouth, al the lute Armory TltumiltIo for"'I""u" are susceptibleto !
at 7'-IK) o'ulotk. i>, m. Its Inllui'iii-e) tbe Use"' of tobacco even Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
<410. W Hu"bl. Wonhlpful Ma ter. In moilorntp, ,
J. K. Walker,Senior Warrl n. quantities does harm temporarily
O M. Hcihuylor: ,Junior Warden. or permanently. Tbe syiup- (Calling at; Charleston S. C., both ways)
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J.: i. IMxon, Tr aHtirer* The GreatThrough'Car Line from Florida.-Connections
toms of i bill evil abet ore to be found 8KMI-WKEKLY SAILINGS
J.K.'A.A. Hughes Morgan; Chaplain.Secretary' I uialuly In the heart and vascular: system. Southbound.ro................... .. ..... ..... ...... .......... .from Lwla Wharf BnetnnNorthbound. To the East via all rail. The Atlantic""Coast Line via 'Chal'lo tlln. Ridimod
: : from toot of Catherine JatikBonvUla
.1.W.It M.Carruthera Woodward, nenlor,Junior I>oaoon.IMaoon. . It Is noteworthy that lately Street aDd Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah: Ulumlx

J. II. Hnreven, Senior Steward.! I freach medical men bare to a consld- and Washington.

O.R., II.B. Mime Walton Jr.Junior,Tyl..r.Steward. 'ble. extent >abandoned tbe use of to- Clyde St. Johns. River Line. To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup Atlanta and diattanoopo,: The LAN

_. ..tCO. (Denary Line.) via Montgomery/ The Southern R'y via Savannah Colurabh
-- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. and Ashevllle. The MAO R'y via Montgomery. .
M DEAnJJY w.r Blum Saloona
CHILDREN Prosper Stopping at PaUtka,Astor, 8t. Frannlii Boresfoixl (DeLand), Bine Springs and intermediate landing To the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co, for New Jerk
Workers In use slums report tba; fre.quently *on the St.John's Klvor. I Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants* Minn
where tbe dally wage Is only STEAMER "II. O. DAY." Transportation Company for Baltimore.To .
PROFESSOR KASSOWI' PZ DENOUNCES 91.20 a day. 83 cents will tut spent for CAIT. W. A. SRAW.Leave Key Went and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamship!
GIVING THEM ALCOHOL. beer leaving 00 cents for tbe supportof font Catherine street,Jaokiionvllle. S:fO p. in., Tuesdays and Siitnrdajri. To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and tanai
La..Santorlllroa.lD KnterprlM 6:ao a. m.,MoniJu). and Thuratlayi..
; a family of live children.A Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Uawkesbury and Cliarlottestowi.
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\t'' ', :..r. It !. Absolutely fnnoarliBln Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. .

: ..ud rvqufttllr ......4l. lo E..Ue..,.. Cure Cholera Iiifantum. StVM! :: 1.WEJJI."rO"C'EI.JSTS: TJOnETS:
1 Alb Oiilnlan Corruburaod br M.aMen "Last May" says Mis. Curtis Baker, C. HAGKRTY Kaafn Pasa. Agt.. f. IRONMONGER JR., Flu. P........ Azt., will be on sale at all points on the PLANT' SYSTEM to the principal MounUit

,,,1 I deal .f .N.*v "..... of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an infant child of THO8. HALEY": Local 0IStat.St.New YftI.lthtAlten',York I I O, P. IX>VKI 2IH.L.Welt A....Say Kla.St.8u..ok.lmvllle, Fla. Lake and Seaside Resorts throughout the country until September :10;! Incluiln,
J our neighbor's was suffering from cholera root JI".n| St.,JurkMrnrillo, Fla. I Foot Huirant., .lacksonvllle. Fla. limited to return until October 31.
f': rrofl'lIttO Max Kamowlts, the most Infantum. The doctor had given up all JOHN. U HOWARD, Superintendent Foot Hogan St,JauknanrHlc. Fla Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO, N. Y., account Pan-American Expoiitloi,
fatuous hopes of, I took TUKO. O. KOKH.: General Manairer. WM. f CtYIK "o.. General Agents. visit Falls.Addresses .
authority lu Vienna chllsiren' bottle of to Niagara
'Rt OD recovery. a Cueaubrongb Building, IV State St.,Opposite Battery Park, New York.C. enabling passengers
I diseases Speaking at tbe ectislonlu Chamberlain's Collo Cholera and DI. II. WALTON. Tltusvllle Fla. of parties the North sent to the undersigned will be lIberallylUpo
I',\ Vienna of the International aotlalcohollo arrhoea Remedy to the house telling: Agent plied with all information and handsome advertising matter.

cougress, itronKly opposed the them I felt sure It would do good If used I will be on sale throughout: the Northern, Eastern Western and Sonthern Statato
i practice of giving children Intoxicants according$ to directions. In two days' all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the PlantSatem. during the season of lIKXMDul.lln.\ )
time the child had fully recovered and Is Ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover privileges In Florida.
II" ,In any form even In very moderate now (nearly a year since) a vigorous: Florida East Coast Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally up-
. ; I qunOtltlf'' healthy girl. I have recommended this Ry. plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
Beer uud wine be beld, were highly remedy frequently and have never knownIt I
'Mnjurloun on account of, the changing to fall In any single: Instance/' For F. M. Jolly Division Passenger Agent

u character of the bodily organs during sale by all druggists and medicine dealers. Tim Table No. 84. In Effect July 7, IDOL 13a Went Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, FU,

child growth. Such liquids were abso B. W. WrGnn Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah Ga.
+ SOUTH BOUND (meal Down. (Road Up) NORTH BOUND.
Vr lutely'" unnourlsblng and frequently led Cblcaico'i Saloon B..I.....
tt0 epilepsy and bad also a deadening Nearly one-third of the CJOTO than $11- G d Dally Daily STATIONS. Daily Dally 0. 0x CA W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent Savannah, Ga.

I- power In' (learning.A OOO.OOO of Chicago's :early revenue.js
\' schoolmaster stated that on derived from saloon licensee Other A q 405p 10 OOa020p IiV, Jaokaon villa..77.TTTir T HVUOkTeia a t.:SQI
facta and 11 L.a ? tls, Augustine........Lv G lop Seas a p'
Mondays ttre children were dull and figures presented by the Chicago b 6AHD 11 cis : Haaatna. .. .......... 8 Up a Its t CD CA
heavy lu consequence of the beer and Tribune showtbe size of the rum O s. 0 S lap n nap " ....Eaat Paiatka.......... .' 1 Mp S as hIj"" y
wine business. There are 0,371 saloons In CO 0 e fl4Hp UUVp *' .......... Neoga............ 4 19p4UTp
drinking on Sunday. Fifty percent W 6t g to 7 of the Vienna scbool children It the city and It la estimated that they ,, TUHp 12 top .............Duls.n.1.....,. 4 Jp 7U7aatwa M 0 0 $outhcrnLINE-QUICK
: sell 1,700,000 barrels of beer a' ?Sep lftp .......... ..Orroond..*..,.,...... '' Snap
wart stated take Intoxicants. in yearand b m 702 187p ....... Daytona.....,....., 82.p aw*. Q -
The New York Herald Interviewed of course large quantities of liq p ei902p( 1/7p .,.....,..Port Orange ..., i".r a IYp BkUaOUa ,.. COq
It Is assumed O e Yep 8UTp ........New Smy ran . 4 Alp a a QI OJa
various Mow York medical! men on the uors. that the saloons, t. .- it nip ......,.... Oak Hill...,:....,. I Sep ...... c+-
platter. Dr. ouls !Fisher a leading big and little, take In an average of $25 e,, rQ ; a Cop ..........Tltnmrtll....... .". IfiAp119P ...... CA

specialist diseases, of, children, corroborated a day. Virtually all of them keep upon O.. p t. V '' .. II 54d1, "" "'.....Roehl.dgs.tunetfon.Coooa ..,.,.. I nip,,..... M td Qr.
the atatetnents'of Professor on Sunder>. anti for:,'a year of 3G5; da)', b o 60 d / lap ... .... ..RauMalU. ..'. ,.. 134p p e. Railway
i O p ? 4 JSp ,.,,,,. Molbourna...... .... l UaTp ...,.. C ,eD I.
KaMOwlta'aa' to the of toil- thin moans $:;&13i,3jl: : a. .. tile
Injury year C O' . Soap ,..,... .Sehastlaa.... .... ,. 1I6U, .. .... M rj,
I cants to those of tender ajre. bar bill of Chicago. H .g 4'ry AuUpoip ,..... .. 81. Luol.. ... 11 lla ... ... 0O
Dr. Fisher' Inclined from rJ ad .:.: .: ..,.... Fort tiers*......... Il oa ,.,, :!. 2C
was personMi For"mosquito bites .. q . .. 4 / ......,*...,.TIb aU... each ,' QI oO
'observation to the belief that wine or stings of insects .L7 O ASp :..?.......... R.lin.btnart.. ..... .. ., W , ,eM 'td
animals' or reptiles, apply Ballard's Snow e hap ..............tenses.. ...... .. e 10 Tea], t M
.and beer were trequl'ntlllrlvl'o.lo'" Unlme t. It counteracts,tbe poison In V O :..: a sap '.......... ,-. ............. lulTai.BUa ...... rrrv DIRUOT : T.MU-TOWliltlltrOI.
, .. Tttp .........West .. Baltlnm. .bllalltMe.
tenement house population. Ho,added) heals t ha llesh. Trloa 23 and BO eta. +i, d r.j .TWp W est Fain beach........ 9 Uka . "" .
''ThI.Js/' l ,observed by any physician B. R. Wilson A Hon.C .s O A 8S8U1U06P- .........Boyatoa ,.. ......... sans. l I nee yerx.EralsvlHt.. ei ic404. citchMUtLJltUata.
1CL"r eptp I ,....... d P ;
who ha Erada9har
a dispensary practice. Among aeeatsi -r, .Idp e ..For* Lsnlydal.. ,..,. 78to G .
'threats.of Irish' birth woo live on the ..(. ...>!. ...... 9t7 .'..... . ..Lemontflty' ''' II 6uaHnflTi , O 'ChanaEega. Itltapbit) $t. Loads. RMM* CUT-
"west sM. whisky Is a favorite tonic .Confucius was. one: of the most human tt/ Miami... ... .,. .I.v ails r.

*or bab..... The Germans on the east of sages* a.. sort, of wiser better Harlor (Jar* uia I'rain 9H .tad 7$ AND ALL ROIMT0'' RAa'r ANu WE9T.

L N e.1; >o ISLKUy o.a o.a No.*) No.ftiiVo.H4Ar
'Parehts'.eem to'b4',.' the Idea that than "8.000 provpfbn" found tlmt lo Vsl Dally Dally MATPORT BRANCH. Daily Daily D.Uy Daily Ddiy NO OTHER. LINE AfF ORD4. 0BRVICMX. LJrCB; Tl.l

l>y giving children liquor they ace making ; edit If he dId not compose, a great Bdup '3 y dAw TSip 1 o .. an .qq 1 .Ar i W I'. THE. NEW YORK A. FLORIDA EXPRESS
them strong=that It will strengthen many charming. .. : canticles.:;, As a musician U&Mp e W }utp I One lU ?i./su Je.ke.aMl w,,..., .Lv a ed. tl e7s 0/ /Up ,
be have their harms. IDdUi t ytp Ittry, 1/upll, .., bla h.l,,,,..,, tlOh1S1 Iuup AND MAIL
enjoyed
heart mast, THE; U. FA4T
8. l
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10 Mp 7tep I/ep 1 46t> l| Ma1tUOp'ltMa ..,,. .. Lb .,.. IleaItulLUtp 698 labs
u the pr/etlceryltXer; ; '!. : nills'ot rhyme! ,and rhythm attractionswblchthoaranclentpoeiua ID un *4p airpcT ,, /Np a2oQo To the B..t mntt Noatt, I
MIa conae>ueoc@ of this practice tbe have.entire ,
I nail
growth ot the.children la retarded and ly lost through changes'which'the language Ul' Ily PaulyIball VICal f PALATKA.BRANCH UsddDeIMp Daily brill. Dal THE CINCINNATI' &; FLORIDA1 LIMITED
TI1IPTPI'T1
a&aMp Ts&a t* ... ,Af satsff ep
their dIgatiou,1s.dusturbcd., The suffering baa undergone In the lapse of rtaP l ; 1rhtopll
Ma 7WaJAr..KM PalotkaPoiatka K.I.V rlla'sotilILdp ltam 6 Il To tha West and .
', 04 tbe, !tpby frjMa th@ !ffscta of ages. Her Is a fragment that has a N&MDaUjr NorttrWMt.The
!the administration of liquor*, seems to history:. DallySaui n* 45 SAN MATKO, BRANCH IL.fl IIIMIr line through "The Land of the Sky. Ashevlrie, Hot

give the parents tbe Idea that more laluteded A pk( upon your 4 Icon may wipe awayvt >. ? Ar.. .tian Mat*o.. L.
to counteract tbe ailments. So World. from'Jacksonville! to
Through Sleeping Car
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/ Ita I. upon the Awn or tongue No. No. N V Jipfo. 4 ail
''they go from bad to worse. Remain, .1... for ay,v Dally Dally ahJOH.IT, Dally< Dally p1T SANFORD BRANCH. Dolly Asheville and Hot Sprints, North Carolina.
"To any one whose attention baa Hearing a young man repeat these *.SoTfiwp .BU ea.Sa.aBn EaNa
been called'to th@ subject particularly linen from time -time Confucius y o. v..w 'n rsa .Aff'T 5 ftipIOUP 'TO v......,. Fns. Ar TSJp Choice or Roasts to .Pall'Amttlcaa' Exposltloa BiTfalo, n. Y.
to ,
It la S 44p II t ..JLaka 6.hm.Lv 11Sp 4 40p I ISa .. .. Mlmai ........... lOTp ,
remarkable' to note how much digestive chose blut for a son-in-law, lie show .Kp tisua Oraatedlry... I06p / tap 9 sea ......... . .Onteen... ....... .. II Uaiaua
trouble can be traced to thin ed affection for his daughter 400piU4te Ar Orao *OltyJ*;" 413P NMs" ......., ..EnterpriseHanford ............ Through Vestibirird Trains Pullman Drawing-r Sleepi Can,
practiced: The most deplorable part of select enough an honest man for her husband to .auaAr.... .... . ..... ...... nooTneaa Through Coaches.

It la that the III effects of the liquor are yet he admitted Into collection with Tim*Table show ths tlma at which train maybe zoeotad to arrive asd.d part BXCUL.L.BINT OIKHNO CA.R. iURVIC6..
not Injurious to the stomach alone but from tie several atatton. but their arrival or dopmrlar* at the tlma* stated 1* not oaran--
quickly extend to the liver." out note or comment a ballad which t.*d. nor doc Ik* Company hold ItwiK r ponlbl for any delay or any oonaaqiuraoa aria- Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated in Connection
V has done much hispeople thrfrofn.
to perpetuate among Inn with the Plant System front Jacksonville
Dr. Augustus Callle said tbe evils resulting -
barbarous for
a contempt women
from the practice were real and : PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL Ak for Tickets via Southern Railway.. Correspondence Solicited.H. .

not Imaginary lie declared that great' When a ten Is bomv-la a lordly b.d, STEAMSHIP CQNNECTIONS AT MIAMI. :r. GARY, riorld PaM..n.er Afa'. 1(4( W*.l.B.r as.. JACKfONVILL TLA.
quo was necessary In tbe administration Wrap Mm la nlDMnt el purple and nd|
.f liquors 16 children even by phS ?- Jtwela and sold for plajthlnfa brina BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. *, H. HAE0WICK. ffnvral Pace.' Af, W.B.TAYL'OC.AHt.G..P..A't
For the noble boy who shall aim tbs tdq. W".IlUlliiTUN. D. C. ATLANTA,U*.
slclans. lie added
that he
dld'pot -
prescribe Leave Miami Mondata. and Friday .. .I I co pm Lear Havana Woda and 8aturdaya.1100am
whisky or brandy for children When. a girl la a.w-I. thane cloth wound.. Arrive Ky Wentju**and MatnrJayt, 8 as pm Arrive Key Wml Weds. and Mat 7 (X)rra July I. .901.
S L.a.K.-W..r't'u..o'H..CardaJ'.IUtlpm Leave Key Went Thpa. and 8nn... .. 1 BO
In extreme w'Ith a the lor a toyl.t her II. the round pmAcrlvt
except cases.NATIONAL on
> Havana W d*.and Monday ft(Mam Am *Miami Friday a and Mondays .. SOU am
a ----+ la her brad and h r bur be her prep or br -
beams For con of local tluxa card address any Agent.J. .
t DRINK BILLS. And 1 it bur not sully. her p.rotlt" good name D. RAHNER. A...t. G... Fa... ARa* ST AUGUSTINE. FLA ---- --- =-
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North American Review
21'1..... flbowlniK the anus 9p..' F. FLORIDA DIaggtiT
Ll..or ..... rind Abroad.It --- --- ---- a .

la estimated that slightly more THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE .

than I1.000.OOO.000 was spent In the AT TIlE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION

!United States lu alcoholic beverages In Patented In the United States, Great ;Britain and Canada, '. .
1900, and the amount of beer and ,piCu. LOSINGFLESH

consumed was t.33; .17U.033 gallons, PRICE, *4.00 and 4.0U EACH Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U.S. Tickets now, on sale viaMallory I
I or 17.08 Riilloua per capita This In
somewhat below tbe highest/ rate of. In Bummer can be prevented (jft In Use by some of Iks Principal Boat Builders In the United States. re.

consumption but It l is above tbe'"aVer- I by taking V For Sole br % Lines

01'. lu ISO3 the people of tbe United Scott's EmulsionIt. Jas. Pritchard & Son ;q
States consumed 1S.2O: gallons. of beer
Is *. beneficial lnaumm.r as TITUSVILLK .. a FLORIDA. .
arid spirits per capita and since that
winter. If you are w aK or . ATLOWER
TJ'O. ;year tbe y bare never reached so hltfh run down.It will build you up." SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.

a convivial point. In\ tbe mere quantity Srnd for free Mmpl -- -, .- - -'- UATI'S' THAN IIY ANY OTIIEK CINE, Including &I i ""*
i consumed we drink a little more SCOTT OWl'IE.\II.ml": and berth.. Hood going: on any ship. Final return limit October 25. .
Pearl Mreet New' York.
beer and spirits than cotl'et. 409/16*iuc. and $i.oo(, all dnivsh'ila. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEPrints etc. For rate.* descriptive. and IIInstrllted matter schedules, reservations, tie*?
apply to
lu the XJulleJ Kluudow, where the C) ::) u1'f
jwipuriiiloii I. 41.Ouo.OOO. tbe annual ,_ A.. W. PTB. Agot. 1JO: W.Ba7 8'Jecu..a ,
does all kinds of Soznraercfal Wedding Stationery Cards Bill Etc ce.Omani? >, Ar t, Branawick ..
'/ The ADVOCATK: job'printing. ilitlonery, ,R.MALLORY A and ;
drink, bill U about! iS)4JOUUUUO1. sad Ag nu,I"BurUng Blip. S8S Broadway,K. 'ia..4'
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 9,1901,7 .
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TITUSVILLE., CHECKERS ON.THE I ARM. TrHE, HOME GOLD CURE. I I IIENIEIISONVILLE. ,. N. rl v. d '"';\

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Th. checkerboard' li all worn out HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. '
RI'V'ER which Drunkards TIlE 'VIIEELER ..
An Ingenious Treatment toy: !
MAN' 3OTEZ4 From MM rich winter night| IIendersoD.ll1o'a New Hotel.
The checker* h.r. tJe sure) Bering Cured Dally: l. Spit* 9" }
TITUSVILLE, Which once wen ihtnln* brlghv, of ThcntMlvv No Noxious:!>-.. Open all the year. Altitude] 2,550 i feet. The dryest climate in North Carolina ;

But Although till the the gum winur. goes are straightway blu... tin, No Weakening of the K I.r.... A riemaamt Golf links. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-five :
INDIAN RIVER, Reuben men I-oaltlve Cn>. fur tit.Liquor Habit. Tennis court. Dall rooms !
While Cynlhy Penn up bedrooms. Electric] lights. Steam heat Elevator I
t tfi Or Reuben captum tier*. It Is now generally 'knowa and understood
All modern conveniences.
5,' ; vr3" FLORIDA. that. tlrunkenuess Is a disease and Mineral Springs Bath rooms. Ten-pin alleys. : '

Sometimes the old man takes a hand weakness. A body filled with poison, For.further Information and rates, address. .
not
;, ) To allow, his practiced! skill and completely shattered by periodical BARDIN" 'WHEELER Proprietors Ilendersonvllle N. C,
11M J. O. BAST Proprietor. And then th. tafnthanrti circle round, nerves ,
While everj one la allll. or constant use of Intoxicating;
They would not My a ilngle word liquors, requires antidote capable of No consumptives taken. ,I, Ii
Tlttt would dlatract. hit play I IBo neutralizing and. eradicating; this poison, _.--_ -- -. - -- - --.. -- ;---
'w The hotel front on the broathleea they obacrv him drive) and destroying the craving.. for intoxicants. KJCHMOND", VA. '!
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wideiweepofbay(7miles( Young Keuben'a men to bay.Ah Sufferers may. now cure themselves IIIBI
A In width), formed by the winter evening be at home without publicity or loss 1 :
what would
4 ? ,, Indian River making It a Without the checkerboard, of time from business thin wonderful .
ro ;f a ,11 delightful summer re with double corners, jump and moves 1IOMK GOLD CUKE1' which has been The t RICHMOND, VA. :,
*umllllill rl i. Ian + eFii nr sort Constant cool And fun which they afford perfected after many years of close study Lexington i j
,gNe', c' breezes from the sea and Our dlokpitlon oft eoniiiw and treatment of Inebriates. The faithfuluse Twelfth! and Main Streets ,
p a In much checker here.Which this I j,1:
f bay. Flowing sulphur too according to directions of won- !
) t 1 r suer springs. Special winter make tin gnailpt' tell about derful discovery is positively guaranteedto American and European i iI
life
j, rates. Our checkered i career obstinate oboe matter -* !
no
Arthur K. Lock la Boston Globe. cure the most; ; .. and
$1
Jaw,. : how hard a drinker. Our records America plan $2.00 to $ European plan upwards. I I/I/ I

show the marvelous transformation ot U. A. MKIUUTT, Caterer. A. D. ATKINSON, Proprietor. ::

JACKSONVILLE. TELLTALE PICTURES.PAINTINGS thousands of drunkards into sober, Indus s. I,: !
trious and upright: men. ,
I WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS I II! NEW YORK I.

THAT HAVE DONE THE Children cure your fathers! This reme- I I,
OF DETECTIVES.. dy is In no sense a nostrum but is a spociflo i i"
WORK
OVAL H OTELJJAC"VI FLA. for this disease only, and is so skillfully Fifth Avo. and 15th street i
devised and prepared that It Is Hotel Kensington i
Ine<*a
Artist Ha Led to the Confe..lon ofm. taste.. so that It can be given In a cup of
.
Opposite postofflce.. Centrally located. Thoroughly] repaired and re- C.IIDla..ort..lt and m. ...ole.DI..o. tea or coffee without the knowledge of Select Family and Transient Hotel] Kuropenn<: Plan. .1.1'

novated. ] furnished .. Iendant. the person taking It. Thousands of Restaurant Standard of Excellence.]]
Newly throughout. Liberally conducted. .. . drunkards have cured themselves with .

Rates 2.50 per day and up. \ An artist who bad suddenly become remedy, and as many more GEORGE O. HOWE, Proprietor. I I
almost famous by his production of a haven cured and made tern perate men
B. Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida hotels] '"
W. SPERRY Propiletor. painting exhibited at the Royal academy by having the cure administered by lov- I r

was one day called upon by u ing filends and relatives without their ,_. __ .n.._ _' ___ _.._ ____ _ _ __ _ .. "
mail whose visit was productive of the knowledge lu coffee or tua, and believetoday SARATOGA S1MUNG8. N. Y. <
ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE . most extraordinary and 'undreamt of that they discontinued chinking of !

FLA. their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. '
consequences.The Do not be deluded by apparent and misleading -
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- picture represented a lonely 'Improvement.1 Drive out the EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA, SPRINGS, N. Y. ,

ed this season. Fine cooking i and $good table. Hot and, Cold Water stretch of beach upon which tbe son disease at once and for all time. The \ Jt
was beating in long creamy rollers. In "HOME GOLD CURE" is sold at the This/ beautiful family hotel will open for the 10th season, under the same
.
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot All the foreground, bending over a dead extremely low price of One Dollar, thus management, on June 1st, 1901 ...:''

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50o, 73o; and $1 a day. Rooms' and body, was a man with a wild expression placing within reach of everybody a treatment New plumbing, with the latest Improvements, has been put In throughoutthe
on his face and with a nuked more effectual than others costing entire house, and It has also been newly painted and refurnished.The ,
board $2.00 to $2,50 per day. ... knife In his hand. A ship's boot, evidently f.25 to $f>0. Full directions accompany accommodates two bundled guests ((ut reasonable rates) and bas
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.ST. beached, was also In the each package. (special advice by skilled five hundred foet of shady plnzna. ,
Just physicians when requested without extra The location, opposite Windsor Hotel on South Broadway, Is one of the btiti,
AUGUSTINK.; picture, and by the side of the mur- charge.: :Sent prepaid to any part of the In Saratoga and only one bloek from all. the principal springs ,
dered man was a bag of gold. The pic- world' on receipt of $1. Address Dept.C For terms and other particulars, address : '
ture portrayed the advent oC two castaways 703( EDWIN H GILES & CO., 2J3IM2 P. M. SUAREZ. Saratoga Springs, N T. It

ORIDA HOUSE AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. upon a friendly shore. The one !Market St., ..l'hl1ldelpbllAll correspondence __ t-, __ __ _ ., __ ___ __.__,. ,
the other that the conltdentlul.
The Old City BytheSea.This had murder so strictly

treasure. might be his. ___ _
well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is The painter's visitor was a gray haired u Fishing XTets. :
a delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of interest thatno quite Inslgnltlcnnt\ sum ro'" tne jewel '
wild eyed man.
other resort po esse8. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi- which be had! bought frpm a stableman .. ,,
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all "In heaven's name DIr\ he gaspedout In the employ of a neighboring rajah. \
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Lib- "how did you learn the dreadful The stableman was sought for find ,., ,"

erally conducted. Capacity 250. Summer Rates: *2 to 12&0 per day, $8 to, Btory that you painted? I see you know turned out to be none other than, a famous -
$12 per week. For further particular all; I murdered my mute Bill ,to .get
addressF. cracksman who bad -
C. HiYDEJT, Manager. the money that was his. I threw his English + apparently I. .
turned honest but who
body Into the sea. I don't know what ,
Impulse t tt\a 03? to the caemy.(] The nevertbeless, .confessod to having been /
... THE PLAZA... { the thief of the Jewel that bull been \ \
flONQUIN HOTEL AUGUSTINEN flint thing I BOW was yottr picture ropre&entlug -

ST - FLORIDA, "the scene that took place 30 BO miraculously. dI8I'o'el''d.l'fllrson'lIWt'fkly. . 1 I

Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and alrf, with years ago '. '
Needless to nay, the picture bad been Of Two Evil the t,...*.. '
comfortable beds. Rates moderate, the outcome of Iml gl atlon. Yet murder rnpn-D.ldirt I nil you. Ullllp, If I GREAT REVOLUTION in FISHINQ NETS,,, E ,

11 I R9. A. S. PELL, Proprietress. will out and the guilty conscience caught: you plllylnjZVII,1t Tommy Jink CATALOGUE FREE, SEND FOR ONE. .. '. 'l't :', : 1I

- ----- -- of the man who bad killed his comradefor 1 would whip your catalogue '
--- --- -' gain To'rcduce onr stock we are compelled to cut our former prices In two,. Our
OUMONI ; lust of gold had convinced him that WillieYen.'sir.I'npnTlH'ti. ' '. '
will givo\ you present BOTTOM PltlCES,. 4 but
I the painting was no coincidence why were you playing .

OTEL, ORMOND BY-THE-SEA, I was Indeed the actual portrayal of a with him? The Chicago Net and Twine Co.:'.' .'v .
and unwitnessed crime.
COQUINA dastardly Wlllli-Well. I got lonesomethan! 1
East Coast of Florida. There la probably no. picture better I thought a llckln would] hurt so I Just! 70.81-81. : E. Indiana Street. Chicago,'Illinois. ,

Hotel Coquina Is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. WhileIt known In Englandtban, "The Doctor" wont over,and 'played wltb him; tbat'a . .. ... .. .... :. .. ... .. .. .. .
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offers all the delights! of the seashore, It is only ten minutes' walk, or five by Mr. Luke Flldes, yet there"are probably why.Detroit Free Prewi.. j
minutes by horse-car, from the orange groves and palm-shaded walks on tbe very few people aware of the fact I
banks of the Halifax River. It Is two miles from the railroad station, being that that selfsame masterpiece wall The father of the of,'wblst. Ed. .
game
connected with It by horse-car. Beautiful walks and drives, of lem- Send in to the ADVO
groves
of to light the subscription
the means bringing perpetratioN mono II uy It>. lived 'to be 07 :years old. your
on,orange: and rare troploal fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. River,
of a crime that would other. Ills treatlfte I I on cards bat been pub.
ocean and surf-bathing and fine fishing./ The climate U delightful, and Is
beneficial In cases of overwork or nervous prostration. wise never have been known.A llslied In all nlC\1l1jtl'fI.'alul (probably no CATE. The name of every resident in
Will open about the let of June, but will be in a position to take care of certain doctor In a large town com work exrept Ibe Bible_ has pnsned v I IBrevard
guests after !May IQrh. Summer Rates: >2 per day; $H to $12 per week. mitted suicide, and among his papers through more dltlonll. The original '
For further information address, D. B. MATHESON:! Ormond, Fla. was a letter which ran as follows: "I work appeared In London In 1712,, County, at least, should be on' our ?. r

---..-- have today seen Luke Flldes' 'Doct,,!.' .. "
Tbe picture represents a medical man For digestive weakness, nervousness, )
list. And also do not to send
ADUEEZI< watching by the bedside of a child. It pains In the heatfache side flatulence dizziness, forget. ;us
and other
wakefulness, annoy-

he BY1'IIESEASEABRIEZE\ !: FLA. has take so away haunted my own me that worthless 1 am going life and to Ing accompaniments a prompt and of unequaled costiveness remedy., Ilerblnels your job printing and ads. I

Breakers (City Beautiful.) make a confession .at the same time Price, 50 cents JI. K. Wilson & boa. .
When Arthur's"-his brother's "boy

Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier. died. I came Into money that my dead .the Ditto. -_ .. -..-- .---'
New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100 guests. Overlooking] the brother bad settled on him. lie died Interested In hearIn '.
Tommy much -
Atlantic. Every room an. outside room. Rooms with or wlthont bath, single all the world thought cf acute pneu was
as
or en suite. First-class system modern plumbing throughout the entire build-' $ for. the first time In' bis language I
10,1,{. Twenth-elght bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh water monla. Yet his life might have been lesson the other day about a pair of I'
shower baths. Life line extending, four hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two saved had I.acted as FUdes'/ 'Doctor1 I* little dots that the teacher Bald meant: TNinethHERBINE.. s
latest improved life boats for bathers so evidently.doing, with the use of all ,
safety to at any possible mishap, and for "ditto. How his soul, a curious mix
deep sea fishing. Special attention will be paid to fishermen and fishing parties the skill that lay In my; power I hastened ture of laziness and thrift thrilled at I

under the personal supervision of manager. Tbe "Breakers" has been erected the boy's end and so got the learning that If' be were' to write "a .
without regard to expense to meet the demands of those who appreciate first- money. I can bear It no more." line of Pure Juices from Natural l Roots.
cat" or, "five boys" or $10" on one
class service, and it will be the aim of the management to retain it as such. A well known artist wa commissioned .
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY-Opens July 1, 1001. Rates $8 to $12 per to paint tbe portrait of a lady In ex: and wanted to repeat the some word.*
week. Special further or figures on the next line all be bad to all the '
to families and parties. Any Information will be glady
furnished, upon apppllcatlon to G. A.. PACETTI, Manager, alted circles who boasted the possession do, Instead of writing the words In PECULATES the Liver Stomach and Bowels ; i

Furnished cottages to'rent In.. Seabreeze, Fla. of a most, unique Jewel] In the full, was to put the ditto mark: and PeopleSuffer n cleanses the Purifies the Blood.
System
form of The lady was !
connection with hotel. II. L. KOCIIERSPERGER, Prop. a pendant. very everybody would know It was "a, cat"or ,
anxious that this should be i
heirloom "five boys" or "'10 as the case
Included in her portrait Tbe artist, of Malaria '
; Biliousness Constipation ;
Some time '
BAIT GA L LIE. might be that was meant. CURES
with her '
course, compiled requestShortly
after the'palnting bad been after this Tommy, while away' on a from Stomach and Impaired Digestion., Mi R
visit bad occasion to write home. He a .

otel Granada EAU GALLIE: ; FLA. completed. with a daring the result burglary that was(the lady perpetrated latest simplified knowledge the bated to task account.: by turning his Diseased Eiery, Bottle Guarantied i to 6I n Satisfaction.

On Indian River lost her heirloom and no trace of the The letter.looked like a Mtwary polka 'L.A.E': :JIQ : OTTLxn. _;a<<.A.LL::100_..
thief or thieves was forthcoming. .
'
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The Hotel Granada I 18 located at Eau Gallle,Fla., 102 mlle south of Jacksonville Year. passed by., and the lady gave up dot. Liven Pr GntS>
on the west shore of the Indian River unexcelled and "Dear fitter.t beta .
boating, hunting
all of the "precious .
hope ever seeing *
a ..u. JAMES I. SL Loul. Mo.IfYou'HaveNot
fi.hlng. Matchless climate. Launch for the nse of guests. A first-class homelike heirloom sgaln. > 0 bop" you mother It. jj3S tSlj.-'L trLf Prepared by BALLARD. ,
hotel. Rates $3.60 to$3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. ... atiter b't ,. .
It that the artist
Now so happened
Open all the year. Address GLEASOV\ BROS., Eau Gallle, Fla. 4. Wok .. .. X'.
who had painted the portrait of the .
N 4 -i
grandma : -
.
lady mentioned had.. occasion to'travel ." w1eb you were hers. ,.ffv'I.:: .) <&:::.: i" .
TALLAHASSEE. .
in India. }' mother .rwlatr '
In the course Of his wanderings became ," " .
T. Bombay. and as .visitorto 0, "DIoIl \" :
JAMES Hotel to" every 0 -Ama "
TALLAHASSEE FLA.
that place does strolled through the a 'IgrW' would and me semi money.Your "

Centrally located. The only] brick hotel In the city.. The table Is supplied native bazaar. '/ *a etionate too, .. TOM."
with the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds. Rates $3 to $3 Suddenly his attention was rivetedby Found What You' Want. :P
,
per day. Special by the week. a piece of Jewelry In a Jeweler's FIBS'*' Hells ; ,. .
MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop. shop that seemed familiar. him. It Very' pale nails Indicate much In rm-

----- ------ was a diamond and ruby pendant. Ity of the flesh and liability to persecutions :For a Home, suppose you take atrlp down aDd look at OUJT-
Where bad be seen It before? lie ran- by neighbors and friends: nails Fruit and Garden Lands "
LACK: MOUNTAIN N. C. along the
sacked his brain, but could not remem growing Into tbe flesh at the points or
sides are Indicative of luxurious tastes; ;
East Coast.
ber.He returned to his hotel and happened white marks on tbe nails bespeak misfortune

otel Mount Mitchell BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.' C. to take from his portfolio a ; pale or lead colored nails be- : 1
sketch ot the portrait be had 'made token melancholy; broad 011.11.. *belong
?b''* three-story hotel baa been furnished entirely new throughout, porcelain years ago of tbe lady. wltb the pendant. to those of gentle timid, basbfnl natures Settlers are flocking Injbul still there'ls room. jeer are
bath tubs having been added. The hotel baa 80 sleeping rooms, fine office, In a moment the enigma was 'lIOlvetL ; lovers of knowledge and liberal looking this way, drop a line to .
parlor, dining rooms, ball rooms, orchestra of floe music, morning and evenings '
w.a sentiments bare round nails people
The piece of Jewelry be bad seen ;
, Is amid beautiful JAS. E; INGRAHAM 3rd VIce-Pre ldent.JLORIDA
shaded grove, with seven hundred feet of verandas .
with- nails are ambitions and ;
bill fair sitter narrow
the that
The peculiar pendant
tow,r of hotel being five stories, gives the finest view of mountain scen- .
JV1 be had ln the S'1"- Direct on Southern R',... and fifteen. miles north had been so anxious he should Incla4e quarrelsome; small nails' belong' to EAST COAST R'T, 11
Athvllle, N. C. No finer summer resort In the United Stales for health In his portrait. small. minded. obstinate and conceited BT.'
or pleuure.' Hotel opens June lit Rates M per day. Special weekly rates lie hurried off to tbe chief of police people while choleric, martial meD AUGFUSTIN E. FLA.
10 families and those remaining the whole season. Any information desired and told that worthy. what he suspected nave red and spotted aslls. --- --,--- f ( .

address. : care hotel Mount Mitchell Black Mountain. N. C. namely that tbe bazaar be bad visited flushed
ormerly of Jacksonville Fla. Mn N. L. WARD, Prop. contained the long lost Jewel of Plumb Kith tbe soft JOB FRJITTIlTa:
glow of health sal pure complexion
------------- --- -. the English lady. Inquiries were at. make all women beautiful. Heroine lavparts ,
[ once set on foot wltb extraordinary results. strength and vitality to the system, OF ALL KINDS
'The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing. The Jeweler In the bazaar con. and the rosy hue of health to the cheeks. ,

teased to h.hlDIt given years ago. a Price, 24 cents. B. 1C. Wilson A Son. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE., 1


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FLORIDA Visitors who can- BREVARD. COUNTY COM MIS- Bobbins & Graham Go. E.z:_,. :ee:: p &:, ::seO:
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not call at Our stores should write for a : STONERS. -DEALERS IN- U,

; catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. called (Incorporated) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
The Board was to order on the f PRODUCT

: : J9 Rtb Instant, by order of the Chairman. PAIIVUP, CAPITAL $25,000.00 We JO of all kinds. W e are agents for'MAPKS ( ,

I Present: J. R. Walker, lat District; J. This We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the tradt Nhillj,, ;, '11'IZtIqere.
owns
I 112 W. )Forsyth St., Jacksonville; also at R Mlot, 2nd District; R.A. Conlcling, company Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at \' ,, ""ODlUIllo'
3rd District; J. C. Jones, 4th District III: BR6. TITUSVIJI Flit
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q St. AugustineTalm. Bench and Nassau. and J. F. Bell, 6th District; A. A. Stew : ..A. I&T :3D S, E. L. BUADY E. 1,

art, clerk; and J. P. Brown, sheriff. In the Indian River Country; On the St. '

,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,;", were On dispensed motion, the with reading until of tbe the afternoon minutes LucIe River; at New River and on Bay s. w. C.AaaOLi.--: : ;

meeting. BIscayne. Prices to suit the times.
Asso's. Petition of citizens of Mlcco for public -Dealers In-
Brewing road the river front Send for Land List.
along received
was
Mr. Williamson addressed the Board In Offices at Tltnsvllle and :Miami, Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN; FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES.
I r Famous Bt.Louli Keg and Bob, favor of the road and Mr. Campbell ,
0 against. On motion the following were I Crockery, Glass and Tlqware. Your Patronage 8ollcited I
f tied Deer. GEO. M. ROBBING, F. A. MORGAN.
t appointed to mark and lay out the same: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
I, gold by ]l(0.8r1. F.A. LoNlay and Pineapple Slips, and Suckers. Peter liertleson, Joseph Williamson andJ. President. Actuary. ,
'
t It. L. Mottow,Titusville,Fla. O. Fries. Brevard Abstract of Title Co '
of citizens of Roseland and INDIAN RIVER
By Mr R. I. Motlow, Coooa, Fla. Pineapple Slips and Sucker for sale. Petition ICE FACTORY
V I n I Nothing but first-class plants will be sold. Sebastian was received. As the neces- WILL FURI8HAbstracts ;

JOSEPH ZAPF Keel Spanish and Abbakas, from the De- sary property.owners had not signed the TITUSVILLE, FLA.
4. I of Title-
Vlnne It was rejected.
I plantation. same. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Spec,', ;
Address; II. C. STAHCK, Petition of citizens of Sebastian, asking 1,1 Jttt6Oo4
Sole Agent. 22 8t Malabar, Fla. for a neighborhood; road, beginning i-FOIt LANDS IN- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair'dealing Is my motto.

at S. Kitchltig's and running up to Jas. Brevard County.. T, T. WETMORE, Proprietor

to 620 West Buy Street,, Hudson's north line, and intersecting
'I I 1010 Plantation For Sale. Office under Law Office of --------- ---y- -
a .+ with present county road. The follow- _
JACKSONVILLE, IfLA.SOM ing viewers were appointed to mark and GEO. M. ROBBINS, J. n. WALKER. C. H. SWAIW.Dry .

Fifteen acre pineapple plantation. layout same: U. G. Ilardee, Wm. Brad- 'TITUSVILLE, FLA. i

Three a Improved. About one and dock, Jr;, and Ivy Lawson. .
ii ) HY- one-half acres In pineapples River fiont. Petition of citizens of Melbourne and Goods, Shoes,

Price $
F. A. LOSLEY J. S. SMART, road and locate road 1 on river front was I Iu. .1

St v Jtlo, Fla. received. _On motion, the I following were P. DUREN, Agent. Furniture, ? ,
w appointed to mark and lay out tbe same: i
TITUS VIM/E, FLA. (J. F. Paddison, N.f Downey and J. O. a::: '
cfl 0 Notions and Millinery
MR. FLAGLER PRAISED. :Fries. -
The petition of citizens of Malabar --- -.

for a public road, Is heiebv recognized, enc wr New Goods at close prices. } D i
t ', FI-OHENCE, ITALY, July 25: l')01.) and L. G. IJialnunl], G. W. Uashburn .-:::>

s Editor Kant CoaAt Ailiocale/' and J. O. Files are hereby appointed to cs: : YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. '
view, mink and lilY out a/p/iblio road
i itl Dear Sir-I want to thank your for the from Val karta. north along tbe 1'1 Ivor flout -- John R. Walker & Co. ,
noble stand you have always taken In as near as practicable to Center Street In tiM.
behalf of the East Const benefactor, Mnlabai., mid west along Center street to =ay TITUSVILLE, KLA.Special.

Mr. Henry M. Flagler, walnut the ad- the public load at the railroad station

t verse criticism of those who should honor and upon the report being approved, the ice"h ; -
him and grateful fur all bis noble old road be changed accordingly. tIJ aTITUSVIJ.LE
IV ls work done along the East (/oast of Florida Petition of citizens of Gifford for pub-

f ,$pRFrnJ2i The ADVOCATE Is, undoubtedly a Ito road was received, and the following FLORIDA.r Attention !
CN ----
P r defender of those who are unjustly per. appointed to mark and lay out the same;

secuted. I have not the pleasure of S. T. lIugh, J. D. II. Weir and It. K.
knowing Mr. \Klngler and my opinion, Roberts. r OIVF.N- TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-

for-or against could not be of any Inter. Report of Tax Collector for poll tax
cut to him ; but, as a Floridian In Interest collected during the month of July, fur wiv ''I Hardware Tinware, .Crockery Glassware

I for one resent such unkind attacks the year 1DOI, was received. Amount ,

upon a gentleman to whom,, so many are $8.CO.() A.k ,
Indebted and 1 feel di eply impressed by Report of County Judge for licenses Harness and Stoves.

i 11 11LP tbe ADVOCATE'S valiant defense of him. collected during the month of July, amounting 1- ..5.yt .

Perhaps these words of mine will serve to $7.24 for state,, and 3.60 for j*37 Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly,
to show you In a faint way how much county was lecutved. + .vt

t good/ your recent article upon Mr. -Flag- Report of road commissioners markingand sr.1lr
rNEAR & TAYLOR, her has done. The enclosed artlcle'for laying out road between Fort Pierce Jas. Fritchard <& Son.

publication In the pink paper Is but a and Five\ Mile Creek bridge was received .

Artesian WellCONTRACTORS tiny ripple. I hope your article-which ., accepted approved and notices ordered Post mce Box 212
0 I Ii' 9 ri has been read with interest here-has set posted according to law. ,

rft large waves of thought In circulation, x Report of road commissioners markingand Titusville F loxid.a.:
that will be 6f Immense value to all lives, laying out road between Sebastianand .
: ,lit.f. t J and be as perfume at.least to Mr. Flag- south boundary of commissioner's .

i r l [lth ;! .:iA Eau Gable, Fla. ler.Hoping you received.tbe papers I sent 'district approved No.and:'I,notices was received ordered, posted accepted according If Your House Goes op in Smoke The Nation's


'------ _. .. . you from I Naples am. to law. and ]loose "San Mateo"
- yours sincerely
------- - ----- Petition of citizens of Fort Drum ask. you everything
Save (Mns.) M. N..MARTIN*. ing a ", inspector at Fort Pierce, It Is you own f"ult. Best CIgar.

Your Vegetables [[The above lady Is a Bostonian, who Is was received, and laid over until the next FJ.ro Xn.s-u.ran.oo:

residing In Italy. She owns a fine meeting for action.
orange grove at Sharpes, on Indian Bond of R. N. Andrews as notary pub- sufficient to cover the value of the prop. It's nilJT'loriclti.
River. Ko. llo received and approved. erty and household effects should be carried
] was
_ JU.sue[ t111M of John Henry special account' Rates are not nigh. The companies .
snxs +) ,sod Report
I FROM TilE OCALA EVENING STAR ant for 4th and Btu district, special road I represent. Claims are are solvent reliable and liberal Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored will
promptly
adjusted.
Of April 1st lOOt. tax 1801)the and following 190O levy: was received Don't neglect to take out a policy opium and other drugs, when you can have the pure. Florida leaf at a five-cent
o >+C. seer showing
roan t price
sots PA1 ere TITUSVILLK FLA., July HO, 1001. O. JS. Solaiaylor.TITUSV1LEE : : .

"We are Indebted io Mr. George Close To the lIon. Board of County Commissioners FLORIDA.Correspondence FREE BY MAIL TO ANY Boxof . . .. tin
160 for the finest cabbage; and lettuce we have Brevard County. Fla. }
ever seen grown In Florida. Mr. Close lea of Invited. ADDRESS..,...] BOX of . . . '1.1
a Gentlemen:.-I u pursuance your resolution - .
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tuTA man of tine judgment and one of the -----
w We.aI of July 2nd, 11)01) I have 'carefully '
7. fist M.1. most successful truckers In the State computed the amount of special -FOR SALE BY- \Ar. ::e9\'V\zE;' : ,
I hearted
and he Is and
as large
generous
road tax paid in the old 6th Commissioner's Robt. L. Motlow
"
_ as ha Is prosperous. Mr. Close bought district fur the levies of IMI\OIIO.)\ ()> SAN ,MATEO, FLA.
his seed from the Old Reliable Seedsman
and divided the same Into the new 4tb Tltnsvlllft and Cocoa, Fla.f' -- .-
J. II. Sutton who handles/ the best
only.
5 A HAstLTlN's C'AfCHEJ.MoTt4 \ and 3th districts, In ard inoa with
i needs to bo had especially adapted to I find the "
inatruotl"os.and same to
Florida, and muken a specialty' of the your be as follows: rULtPmmII' <>:N'"I<>: :N' SETS..YET.LO'V .

I i Protect orchids, gardens, cotton, corn, finest strains of Cabbage, Egg Plant. Lettuce Siieolnl, Road Tax.R milt levy of 181)0.

; tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, 'and all Onion and Tomato Seed. See dls New District No. .. II II Ii'liJ
play advertisement In another column. Amt onl. by Tax < ol, real estate S87H 36i
I ether fruits and vegetables from the rriini iadla4.l.lal.: tax nala Mr.t'.-". Jtt TU OANVERS 20ots. Qt Prepaid; 60cts., Pk., $1,75 Bu., :Not Prepaid.!
'I+ of Insects without the use of bJi; Tn;;;;* redemption*: V H WHITE 8ILVEWKI'N: : :'iotaPrepaid; OOots. Pk.; $loo Bu., :Not Piejaid.
ravages FISHINGON THE EAST to I nun llv anti rale Co. .... .. 67J (W BERMUDA RED
9 poison or spray. Send 1.00 for sample COAST to by Tax Colt for jienonal .:.... rte M 31cts.It., Prepaid; *IJSO Pk., 5.00 Bu., Not Prepaid.
BERMUDA WHITEPEARL :I. cts. Qt., Prepaid; $1.60 Pk., $;}.OO Bn., Not' prep
j ; trap by mail.AGENTS. .. . . ............... 'IT.III'1 WIIITK:
I Mr. R. Wilson of Gainesville, Is the Total. SOcts. Qt., Prepaid; $1.23: ; Pk.,' $I.iSO Bu., :Not Prepaid.!
WANTED IN EVERY IM>. warrant tinned. and paid for said. district.March . New Onion Seed noW. !
champion shel'mad"at Ormond Beach. crop American crown ready. Bermuda Imported
II"M) IY1W
_ x COUNTY Address, Among his last catches was a 10 lb. bass, 4, War.11I0. W Fra ty rd wk.... ilOO 00 ta. tlwl swam UNfriNtsw ready Oat 1st. New crop American grown Turnip and Cabbage Seeds.
J. B. SUTTON Seedsman caught In the ocean. May 1, .. 47JA C imtmar lumber 9 70 aat+s. Ala-. N.a h S3T: denU.:: for Catalogue. .
I, II .rw.JNWall..r.Nlwk ... 30 00, .
Ovals, Fla.. Dr. R. M. Mason of Sanford has been June, ,. 4-KiJl: J T BavlUa.Juuil hell Will'' ", L. CAMERON.
_ .. tl. ." 451d" ; W Illanton wk on to 1It 1 M $ w3.Z0.; The Seed Store,
v See local notice la another column the chamglon fisherman at tbe It dlan II.to 4MI, A J Mclkwald" wk It 313 125 East
River hotel Tltusvllle, this week, he >< e, M ...II..J: N Waller wk on hell 6O oo Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLAESTABLISHED
hauled July 5. N 4KI.J T Kevllle, haul shell.. 41,07 -
having in more trout, with hook -
t ; Remember that the EAST COAST .. ,. .. 4HK' .,.11\1 Wall**, wK on ehell 4 00 _
ADVOCATE does alt kinds of job printing and line, than any .other.. guest In the .. .. .. 'IK..1' Blunt. ..n,wrk on hell 1 on THE OREATbST'!: DISCOVERY OF THE
a at short notice. Send tnera an order hotel Jan. I. VHB, R A ilanleeaot' .Cant :ill M! 00 NUJKTKENTB CENTURY. 1870. _
I wuo, K C Walker M. 126 00 -- .
aud be convinced that It Is the plane. to Feb. ft. 6507, B W Millar rt Dram b>U. ae oo :
__ have job printing done. Prom the E..' to the Wee Coast Mar.6, II 67B, .. " ale 00Tolal SMOKE M. Lane & Son

I ....... ...... _.. ............ Vs.* 01Hal YOUNG'S MAGIC
t L I Please mention the ADVOCATE when The Ooala Star says that Editor Isaacs, due district No.4, mml60.v.$4utA8| .,

writing advertisers. of Port! Myers Ptesa, had an Interesting Special Hoad Tax 5 Mill Levy of 18UO. \
account of a trip made by him! In com-' New Ol.trlot No.' O. Consumption Catarrh, Cough STREET, NEW YORK
Amt.Col. by Tax Collector, teal..tale..1.34: ) 77 ,
with and the lion-
pany Capt. Hendry. ,. 'ertltleate ...
Tax Statement.: from Ind tax sale i a< 40
A. S. Mann, to Lake Okeechookee to ascertain to hy lltat.n....... iwlemutlona..., TWO Asthma and La Grippe Cure Southern4WFr and Produce
Tax statement for the month of Jane and the depth and fall of water as it It. It from 1tyand TaI.Jralh| Cumpye 4H4 00
> It Tux Citlltctor .... to 81
by ; punonal
i July, Itfoi, for tares a.......01 and levied for the passes Into the Caloosuhalchle river. It -- The.wonderful enncera that bas been obtained\
year tuoo,aa per Section 36, Chapter 4118, Law wilt be remembered that Mr. Mann ls Total.... ...... .. ..........t.9'6f8! by this great Magrlo Cure In ao short a time,
1''I of Florida. one of the I ncorporatora of the Florida Lees was rant luueil anaid for sdletrlol.tram which I* drown by the signed teeth monlale from Cor.o.cl.1ss1oc.: : : : : :Merchars.ts.SPECIALTIF.S : : : .
This statement Includea the
lazes .oolleoted 6. War "WU.V Franca act com. is. 7ft oo44IK enme of the beet C"I..n..1o! Its cure. !. a inrflolent -
for June and July 1MI and the amount ue for Ship Canal to be built from Cape Can Jan.3, .. O H It.mka, " M 30 00 cnarantee to those inffunQic from the :; : ORANGES
county taxe on the land xild to the State at the averal Just southeast of Tltusvllle, to tebe.M 4 M O T Colllm I read work. M 10 above ell_. They should not fall to try It. and GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils-,Cards and our quo
Tax Bab on July lit, 1901,and also the amountallowed Punta Rasa on the Gulf Coast. :: 44W7: W Frai *. ext ..; 4034 It la a purely. vetretahle".mponml I ehallenve! tatlons
l I to the. Collnotor by the County Coinmle-I M It 1/ HIM, tI: KOIuuch.act.eon. BU on ,' the/ world to deny that this la the that, and only furnished on application.
t loner la July for error. Inenlvenale" and Hay I, 4r-X J T Bevllle,road work... 88 37 .are care tat Consumption. Catarrh Cough.. -
double aimeiuuient. Including the land returned The Huckl Mill Sold. Deo. 0, II WU J R Keen, wk and dltcb. .80 OOMH7 Asthma and La Grippe that hae ever been put -
41 R to the State a*state laud Jan.2 :: L Brown, wk. wt. oy.rd. !il MBfliWd before theoaee pnhlle. It, has never failed In any
Collected .. .: ,J M Orrel. N N I* 43 when It. baa been tried. Brooking Younir'*
z }U and accounted Amtletto': It It '" 6010,8 Urlggera" " It ]MM Gnat Magic Cure the. smoke goes direct to the WHITE'S-CREAM
firm
for. Mr. J. M. McQuIre, of the of MoGulra hugs ana destroys all mlorobe \\TORM

t Co.Rsv-OenenlFund.. ,1.h.7Ir: 1111I01\ A McDonald ''contractors andbuilders Total........... ..... .........-$41134- $1 per package. Trial package 25 cents. S VERMIFUGE" !
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fkihoul Fond . .. 1,0413 18'164t ...
has purchased the Buckl saw Balance due Dlst.B, from IWB levy *,4M. M .
, Roa4.Bredg.Fun.emm91.1(5101' ) 1 Sent prepaid to any part of the U. U. B..tlec.dlh.
_ Pine ;and Forfeiture Kuntl. IKIIHHpea :: mill In the eastern suburbs of Jacksonville Special Road, Tax,5 m.of 1000 Levy.. Prepared only by MottleOtiaatltr. _
Koad fund (diet Not) StMHO: 8121t with. all and NewUlatrlot' No.4 For 20 Years y
ten Has
Led
t tI tlpeoRoadFundtdl.No.b' ) 73347: tlllIIf appurtenances Amt. Col.by Tax Collector .....I..tate.... 878 30 HENRY R. THOMAS. all Worm Reme les. r
... .... : acres of land, The transfer was made, from Ind. Fax Baleoertlnoatee.. 43 1C Chemist La Villa
p I'oll aobool ruuiIJi 2O 00SJ 64400 : Druggist. Pharmacy sOza: :>> :SY iLL aRVl343Ze: : x'Pr.pers.l /.
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and the deed conveyed the propetty from bj Taxcol..IneeJnne30 111I/ by' .. .
Total >, 53 33 SltM 41 Mr. Horatio Blsbee and .wife to Mr. Mo- It from R'y. and Tal.Co"' ........*... 8t6 eo Jacksonville, Fla. dAMES F. BALLARD, st. Loul-
: 14 by Tax Colleolor pereouat..... JM 13 -
;;:z A. A. RTKWART, Oulre the consideration being *20,00.
{_f Clerk ot Circuit Court Mr. MoOuIre IK a resident !St.:: Augustine Total...................... ....... 11,756 8 8 Clyde Steamship Line.
i: 1-IIk,' i it No warrant leue New District No.B. Tickets and reservations via the Clyde The Oldest Established Grain and Bend hones In the But*.
Notice. Amt.Col. by Tax Collector; realeootata..I,81919! Line be secured of
; l>*ath of Mr. Wood. Steamship can Chan
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to "
from lad.Tax Hale e" .11t oatea 10 73
U. Walton at -ADVOCATE office s YA
i by Tax Collector. elnoe June 30. S oo TI- at1
; 'ALl.WHOM! IT MAtf CONCERN Iron Itvand Tel. Companies... 4M on tusvllle, ::
To after this date will behalf Mr. Wm. T. Wood Florida freight --v:7xc.: A. cSs Co.
Thirty ilay I la by Tax Collator peraonaL ..... 67 till :Sours: :
of the Htate o( Florida" exennte a tax agent of the I'lant System died on Tuesday -
deed to J. C. Menilal. for tbe ollowlnir do at hi.* home in Jacksonville. It is Total.............T OI T4 WALTON1 CALKING TOOL Is one of I II
i ortbed land to-wlt: S. 10 A n( W. M A of SKI< No issued this the best things for boaibnilders and
warrant or paid on levy.
I I of 8.0.S3, Tp. 11.1RaUIe 6L, sold for said ha was recently attacked with a I GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
f I ta I"IW"i i, 3rd, ItHW, nnlvu. loxxi aun.. be shown serious stomach trouble for which be New Dmrlct N..4. yachtsmen; price '''.OJ( ) and tn 00 each. ,
Il me on or before Sept.loth. ban, why I should not underwent an operation bus did not sur : FUlanoe.due from ItKW levy..4 4M 44 For sale at Jas. Pritchard OU'I, '
.. M : 44
1.1464
Ia.nIS..sl: : ldratThlaAug.A.TEWART well I known I 1900 levy ,111II TituaviUe, Fla.TITUSVILLE'S. Flour |
I vb | ] : vive. Deceased was to many New District No B. Grits Meal and Fertilizers
( Clerk; Chants Court,Hrevard County >'la, residents on Indian River, having been a balance due from 111I'I...,.. .'1._ lit
't visitor for a number of years .. IItUO ...,... 1,11II' 1413,887-311 TRAINS.The ft. WOtI.t."Go 112 E.. ;Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Ou Your Way Home Total.... .... ... ........S3tol SI Agta. for Purina Feed. Warehouses
11 Floe Job CouWnt have It. Total eollertlnn'Vew District No.4, 111..1_ following are the times of arrival. on tracks of S.A. L. n',. and Plant 51tea
Camden S. C. Southern
)? Stop at .. .., *.1.'l llv or 47 H per cent.Total and of passenger trains to and
departure
j and Ploehnnit N. C. Call at city ticket If he'od had Itching piles. They're terribly n>.mmtton. Dew Diatriet' No. 1SM-1900 from e:
{4' oflice of the Seaboard Air' Line Railway, annoylnjr; but Bucklen's Arnica levies S3.g-tt.aj, or 641!< per cant. 5fOT.atUYD.

+ 20:1:J West Bay street Jacksonville, for' Salve will cure the worst case af piles on These balances aggregate: more than the Leave.TUmvUle. for Miami and at3A6pan: Fine Job Work Executed
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Information regarding elegant hotel earth. It b.. cured thousands. For Injuries Treasurer's accounts show at this date, Intermediate pot.l8.ttoa'l'lIl1OV1WD. Quickly

I accommodations. pains or boelily eruptions It's the as the money received for the sale of Individual .
best salve In the world. Price 23cts box tau certificates and collections Lave Tltmvtlle and intermediate for Jackaonvllle,. at I:At p.....

tF ;- Reading notice ads. on this psg pure guaranteed. Sold by B. R. Wilson Tlmavtlle for Sanford point- to t-OB ant AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.

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