Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: August 23, 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: VID00361
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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LOCAL NEWS arr: Deed blanks sold at this office. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO Secure your reservations over the THE COMING WEDDING OF AMONG THE HOTELS. .

CALL AT TAYLOR'S rilOTOGRAPn Dr. Dotlson, near Court-house. Clyde Line. at the ADVOCATK office, Tltusville. *- MR. FLAGLER.A I

|d Topics of General Interest. Gallery, Tltusville, and look at samples When writing advertisers, please Whore to atop along the East Coast.
mention the ADVOCATE. -Mr. Geo. F. Paddlaon, Eau Halite's See list of hotel 7th
on page.
-Tax Assessor J. Wooten, of Cocoa dispatch' from Wilmington, N. C.,
THE ADVOCATE was In town a short while on Wed MOBSIS. R. F. Human, of Ooala; and lumber workshop merchant and work, has Is Completed<<1 his new' says' that a few cards have boon Isfled, lor The ADVOCATK Is now on file at all ,

[ f 1.50 per annum, In advance. neaday. W.J. Cathoart and T. 1<'. Williams', throe with a vim.Attorney, now getting along the marriage of Mr. Henry M. Flugler the best hotels In New York city.
commercial arrived In and Miss Mary Lily Keenan, of Wilmington.
prominent men,
(1.00 six months, -Mr. W. Woodward, Tltusville's The is to take at 10 Where to spend' the summery Look nt
town yesterday.Mr. W. W. Dewhurst, of St. Augustine : wedding place
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. former photographer, Is now located at the hotel advertisements on 7th
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was among Saturday' northbound a. m. to-morrow (Saturday), at Keonntm page.
Huntsvllle Ala. has been
Henry M. Flakier enjoying -
i on route home after a vllle, .Duplin county, North Carolina.
passengers, Where to stop In Tltnsvtlle See Tl
hen you subscribe 'for the ADVO- -Mr.\ Ed. Knox has returned from a visit of several day at Palm few days' visit at Miami. I Mr. Flagler anil a party of friends loft tusvllle hotel and boarding house ads on t
rE by the year, It does not cost you his Beach, watching the building of his pa-
vacation In Alabama, where he said Palm Beach, Fla., Wednesday night, on our 7th
latial winter home. -Mrs. B. L. Coutant will leave here page.
week included.
cents per postage he had
ce a glorious time. a special train, for Wilmington. The
often ;
this afternoon, for Oak Hill, on n visit The ADVOCATE l Is on sale at Hotel ''I
late date of expiration printed uponr -Mr. W. II. Chambers, general auditor wedding party Including the members ot
paper or wrapper every' week. This -:Mr. Julius Kline expects to leave of the Florida East Coast Railway, days or two weeks with Miss Elbe the Keenan family, will leave Wilmington Continental, Atlantic 13onch, as well as
here, Sunday for New York to his Coutant the house of .
buy at refuge.Mr. at the stand the Union Station
No need news a$ ,
I receipt for your money. fall and winter stock of has been appointed uuilltor of the Flor on a special train, Saturday morning for
| us to send receipt for subscription. goods.If ida East Coast Hotel System, with head Geo. E. Coon, Jensen's well 11111100111the; nearest railroad station to Jacksonville I

> date gives I It; to you. you want to buy good/ service- quarters at St. Augustine.Mr. known and popular storekeeper, passed Keenansvllle. Manager J. G. Bast, of the Indian I ;

able launch at a bargain read the advt., Rennie It. Pyles has bought the through here, yesterday, on Ms way home. Keenansvllle Is the county seat of Dup- River hotel, 'lltusvlllo, baa a force men I l
"Launch for Sale on this from a business to Jacksonville. lln county and Is seven miles from the d
fas EAST C&AJT ADVOCATE la on page. Chas. Crabb cottage In front of the trip at work, kalnomlnlng and fixing up the .
i at the following news-stands, at five -Secure reservations via Clyde Line Methodist church and adjoining Mr. BCJ. -rMr., H. E. Wooddall has moved Into Atlantic Coast Lino. It I la a stragglingcountry room. In readiness' for the coming tourist '
with old Courthouse
fets per copyiuusvllleD.: steamers, between Jacksonville, New Vanlandlngham' residence, in which the Chnffee residence In South Tltusville and village contains, a.about quaint 300 Inhabitant season. I
R. Wilson A Son. York and Boston, at tl:e ADVOCATE he has lived for nearly a year. which was made vacant by the removal Motel Coquina will be
*'. For more than a hundred It ,
| J. B. Screven. office, Titusville. of :Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Baker to years ormond.by.SeI11
for guests ne flsbIng > f
Messrs. T. M. Shaokleford and CW. has been a community of culture and refinement open
1 Jacksonville" -News Duval stand hotel.Union depot -Mrs. N. S. Bnrnham, a prominent Stevens, two prominent lawyers, ot New Smyrna.Mr. and previous to the Civil War bathing, sailing and driving. Rate ,

Lvtlantio Beach ) Ilotel Continental., ; resident of West Palm Beach has been Tampa, were In town from Wednesday J. W. Kstes one of St. August the largest slave holders of that section $:J per day, 98 to fltt per week. Further
enjoying a couple of days' visit to Jacksonville until Thursday, attending to some law ine' most promi neat tol'ekeepers, was resided there The Keenans were among particular* of I). B. Matbesou, Manager,
this week. matters before Judge M. b. Jones. passenger on last' Saturdays northboundtrain the early settlers and were promlneut In Hotel Coquina, Ormond, :Fla. I

Reading notice ads. are ten cents en route home from a plea ant visIt the Revolutionary period. The Keenan Fred of the
-Services
at the First Baptist church, -Judge M. S. Jones, who has been Manager Sterry, Royal q
line this to the of Dade otherwise homestead Is I In the little village and
on page. metropolis
Tltusville Polnolana and Palm Beach '
next Sunday, August 23, 1001) holding court at Miami, and also vlsltta) Breakers 1
Judge D. L. Gaulden spent a couple at 11 a. m, and 7:30: p. m. Prayer meetIng his orange grove place near Woodley, returned known a* the Magic" City. though Miss Keenan' parents reside In by a party of friends, has I
the will take
visiting
[{days In Jacksonville this week. I Wednesday evening at 7:30: p. m..Al to TituKvllle Wednesday. Mr. -Miss Ballenger, a relative! of Mr. J. Wilmington, wedding place been the Northern Michigan re

Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins has been I are cordially Invited to attend. Stanley Jones' accompanied his father.' F. Wooten, of Cocoa, arrived In town on there.The affair. was to have taken place In Rerb1lnoludlng' i the Arlington', )lr, 8. II. I
1'lIck .
law matters at -Mrs. M. A. and her daughter Wednesday, and left, the same afternoon, and'' s
ending to prlando Sprague -Mrs. W. M. Woodward very pleasantly June, all the arrangements were
|ew days this week. Miss Edna,prominent winter visitor entertained a party of twelve of her for the above place. This young lady made, but by some oversight the Florid Manager D, B. Matneson, of Hotel 1 "

and Mrs. T. Titus left to the East Coast, are spending' the sum friends at progressive euchre, Wednesday has been appointed to teach school at statute passed for Mr. Klagler' spool a Coquina, Ormond, gave.a song service I ,
-Mr. flenry on mer at Belmar N. J. where have Fort Drum the coming session benefit la the office of the hotel! Sunday evenIng '
for Jacksonville and Thomas- they evening. After the cards were put was not compiled with, in the \\1
esday Ga. visit to relatives. rented a cottage for the season, and are away, delicious Ice cream and oake was -Mr. Tom Johnson, jr., whose horse particular that sixty days' notice of his Mrs.. Wilson, of Gainesville, was '
lie on a j I
doing considerable entertaining.Editor served, to the delight of all. was advertised for sale In the ADVOCATE application for divorce from his wife hat the pianist and there were a goodly '

The Cfyde Line Steamship Co.'s E. V. Blackness of the Ml last week, Informs ns that be halt Hold It not been made; this formality bad to be number of singers present, all of whom I",
-Mrs. A. J. Lovelace who has been
cncy is at the ADVOCATE office, Titus- ami Uomeseeker from to Mr. Tho. J. DeSteuben, of Gosllnvllle. complied with, and hence the nuptials of joined In the song servloe with .a vim '
spent Friday un with her husband Capt. Lovelace, at
Die, where you can secure reservations Always advertise In the the multi-millionaire were postponed to I ,
Saturday afternoon Tltusville. Mr Key West, for some time past, stopped pink pa. TUe following Invitation was received I ,
Land Commissioner' J. E. Ingraham, Blackman-who Is always a, welcome oil here, last Friday, on a visit of several per when you want good results. this week. at this office last Saturday I "Hotel Victory ,\
| the F. E. C R'y., was among MOD visitor to this place-viewed some of our days with Miss Emma Wright.; She will Some of our down-river readers have Miss Keenan Is 28 year of age and I lathe Put-ln-liay Island, Ohio. Editor i

,y's southbound passengers, en route orange groves, and their line condition leave for Green Cove Springs on Sun forgotten the fact that this office I I. fully daughter of dept: W m.11.Keenan, of of ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle, Flo.-The honor 1:1:
|Dade county. was a surprise to him day. equipped to do all kinds of job Diluting Confederate Wilmington; who served gallantly the In the of your presence and that of your '
during Civil War.
-Mrs.: J. T. Davis left here on Suny -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president o f -Mr. R. W. Rhodes, who has been to Advertising and job printing help us to She Is a young army woman of rare culture and lady friend on Indian River Is requested
the the above hotel
for Fort Pierce, In to a : the Bank of Bay Biscayne Miami and publish a newspaper worthy of the East 'by management of ,
response ; New York to purchase a big stock of: prepossessing Mr. Flagler met her .
the second ball Wed.a
gram from her daughter, Mrs. Bay. vice-preaident\of the Indian River State fashionable fall and winter clothing, returned Coast, and all we want Is a share of It. about eight years ago while he wa on at grand annual on I

| that the baby was quite 111. Bank, Tltusville, who is now making Lls to Titusville on Tuesday. While -Attorney S. L. Patterson, of Miami, visit to Mr. Pembroke Jones, who wa nesdayevening will be the event, AugustSlst of the season, 11)01.)" Thbt 1

-Mis. Harvey, of New Smyrna, who headquarters at the Grand hotel, Broadway in Gotham be combined pleasure with arrived In town yesterday, to confer with then a> resident of Wilmington. She i Is I I
i been visiting Mrs.\ II. E. Baker In New York, has been spending a few business,' and had an enjoyable time on Mr Gee M. Robbins upon some law known to many on the East Coast of Mr. Leon Despland Is still pushing
uth Tltusville for a couple of week days In Boston this week. the trip. Mr. Rhode, however, foundIt matters. Mrs. S. L. Patterson will pass Florida, and Is a general favorite. ahead his new hotel at the corner of

| so, returned home on Sunday. -Dr. and Mrs. F, H. Houghton, o$ quite warm In New York, and missed through Tltusvllle, today, on her way Magnolia and Palmetto avenues, Pay-
West Palm Beach, passed through Titus our cool breezes. from Miami to Ocala, on a visit to her BREVARD tons, Fla-: In which the ADVOCATE hear
rrA first-clans ticket over the Maly COUNTY COURT. that Mr. W. H, Peters of N.
Mr. and Brooklyn
vllle, Monday, en route north for the remainder -Work of cleaning the weeds on parents, Mrs. Baroo. ,
Line Brunswick to New York and up
Y. I.I largely Interested This new ho
,
of the summer. They expect to our sidewalks i I. continued this week -Mr. Chas. D. Crabb who ha sold
turn for sale reasonable. ,
The above tel! fronts Magnolia avenue 86 feet
Court continued In session on ,
visit New York Wllliamstown Mass.
We I'Otlco Bast of the Indian out all his Interests
ADVOCATK office Tltusville Fla. Manager at Titusville and Cocoa
Buffalo and other cities, ere going t o River hotel, and Mrs. O S. Schuyler are passed through here from Monday until Saturday noon at Tltusvllle {. and run along Palmetto avennelij: feet.
yesterday on
,
-Mrs, George B. Hall, of Sebastian, their home at Westerville, O. not going to be the last to Improve the his way to Lake City. Ills daughterMiss ; and among the other canes dlsponutl The main part 1* four slmlas high, with
Bio' has been visiting Mrs E. W. Hall ) of, and not previously publtshecIn basement and an extensive lawn. The /
,
of their sidewalks Edith
and
althoi/gl Mrs.
-Captain appearance Fred A.
J. O. Walton's self- Lesley's
I this place, for week or so, left,Tue.. which patent Is Capt. C. F. Fischer was the first to com SOD accompanied them. Mr. Crabb sole these columns, were the following: main entrance will be on Magnolia ave, !
ly, for Cocoa In with the locking pulley-block, causing Slate! of Florida vs. Edward Rudlslll, opening Into tile office and lobby, which .
,
company this laudable
woik.
menoe Dr. J. M. some of his hack 1M
to Mr. J.
so much interest among the shipping T. Bevllle, i
{ colored will be an aS\: feet Ttfe music U2JX.13
tIer. DIxon has started cleaning his ground of Fort Pierce. charged with aggravated assaulon t room II!;
of New York and other up
fraternity ports, one J.. Taylor, st Lotus. The Jury feots ,The dining room I II 82x40: .
Miss Julia Whitfleld, of Duneden, will soon be on the market. A sarapli 'Inside the fence, and we presume he will I
soon at the outside. -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cleveland, whose brought In a verdict of not guilty Jai feet. The office, kitchen, looping and ;
BO., who has been with her mother OLe lIas Just been received at this office get
wedding referred Andrew. and other will be titled I
Bra. we to In our last issue, E. G. A. Frost prosecuted, room throughout
Kate Whitfleld at Hotel Coquina, where tt can be seen by anyone Interest '-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles returned home with modern I
prominent Monday afternoon, from and D. L. Gaulden defended the prisoner all _convenience* toe the
mond, for several weeks past, expects ed In a block-and-taokle. and well' known residents of -: ,
I leave St. a honeymoon trip to St. Augustine and ,r comfort of all comers electric light
for Tampa next week. -Mr. and Mrs. Pi.M. Aston, Miss Panter Augustine, Fla., who left there with Day tOil a. A carriage awaited their arrival State of Florida. Al Burke, charge d gas, open' fire-place and steam-heated r

I-The Misses Florence and Bessie Miss Bessie Panter, Mr. Hubert servants and dog at the commencement at the station, and they drove off with carrying a concealed weapon This room, electric bells, bath-room, etc.,
Hodgson, of Eau Gallic, passed through I Paotor .and Mr. A. P. Andrews, all of of the summer for.Pomfret Center, Ct., ere anyone bad time to congratulate them case was nolle prossed, and defendant being among tliem. This hotel will be
we, on Saturday last, on their way to Wave land, who have been stopping a are still enjoying the' beautiful mourlt upon so auspicious an event. was discharged. finished !In Ootobe ,
Icksonville, Charleston ,and Asheville\] St.A pgustln for several 'week, passed sin air and scenery, which'Pomf 'Is i !State! of Florida T.*. Tom MoNeal. De

J spend the balance of the summer with through Tltusville, Monday en route noted for. Mr. Mile say he Is always Dace .* Tltusvllto. fendant ,WM charged with obtaining

ends. (tome, ;:They..report. :very enjoyable pleased to I return to that section the property under false pretence. The Death of Captain,Wfneksgs.b.Cant I :
time wove in ine Ancient Ulty. country, a* It reminds, him of many a prosecuting attorney declined to j
|-Mrs. Jas. F. Mitchell and children The Cherokee Club prose- ;
he bad gave a very enjoy '
happy day
spent following the E. Wlnclienback well known
crate till
and defendant a
case dis ,
I was
Indlanola, who have been In Jnckson Mr. and Mrs 'Geo. W. Scoble enter. bounds., Mr. and Mrs.: Mile-expect to able dance last night In the Cherokee and prominent citizen of Jacksonville I i
llle and St. Augustine for several weeks tamed a pleasant at tt o'clock Club hall when quite charged. ,
\ very party return to their winter home In Florida a goodly number who well known ,
wa to the
State! of Florida along
Bat, stopped off here dinner last of dancer vas Hampton Harris, many
,Sunday, on a visit Saturday evening. Those at the commencement of the were present. The evening '
coming ...aeon. East Coast died
,
charged with Wednesday morning at
tt Mr. and Mr. W. 8. Norwood, Mrs Fortunate enough ,to be present were: wa delightful, with a pleasant, cool selling liquor without a .
Mitchell's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson Mrs. C. S. breeze blowing. license The Jury. brought In a verdictof hi* home on East First street continued \ i
,
Mlns Annie Paddlson guilty, and Judge Penney fined him Deceased had been ill with "
Schnyler. Mrs. W. M. Woodward Mrs. sister of Mr*.
I .
Prosecuting Attorney James E. AnJews Scrimgeour, Mrs. Burns, Mrs. B. L. Cou- Geo. M. Robbln. of this lace, and a tOO and cost or three months In the fever for three week, and succumbed to ,
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and Mr.Chas. II. Walton, of this former Tltnivllla School. County Jail. The Judge arraigned F. that disease Capt. Wlncheobaob\ has "
tant, Hiss Frank p. Stewart and :Mr. popular denaof Tltusrllle, his ;
ace, were guest of Hotel Coquina, Or- Harry Wilson. The occasion was givenIn been spending several week at the J. Webb to defend the prisoner. The been a resident of Jacksonville for twen- .i. '
ond Beach, a few days the first of the In prisoner In the above Tom MoNeal tv-thre year, and ha been Identified
eelc. honor of Mrs. Burns, of Canaveral. Physical Culture Health Home at Ronk- consequence of the School-house In case, '
Id Tibbals Mr. Andrew. left for Fort Pierce After enjoying the bountiful repast supplied onkoma, L. I., N. Y., wbere she I.I enjoying Tltusvllle having to be used for the wa a witness at this 1.11.110' the state with many business enterprise U* was
after spending a day or so a native of Maine. The deceased leave '
town. the evening was spent in card., herself Immensely. In a letter to coming Teachers' Examination: the lea
ring oarrom and muslo.H. a friend in Titusville, Miss Paddlson school term will begin, a* soon as practi TO NEW YORK AND BUFFALO wife and seven children to mourn his >;
I--MIH Helfrlsch, a popular young says: "I now feel like a new being. We cable thereafter Monday, September loss. Ills two oldest daughters, Miss 'I
j from Columbia. S. O., baa been thePest T. Whaler, the Magic City's popular only have two meal a day, and I can 10th, promptly. Clyde and Miss Edith who are la the :i
of the Misses Annie and Ruth Jeweler, has recently ben appointed walk six In two hour without feeling Mr. E. L. Brady, Miss Aline- Brady, North, bare been telegraphed regarding
larratt, at Ormond Beach for a few watch Inspector for the Florida East fatigued. Mr. MoFaddsn and Mr. Jacques Miss Daisy Brady, Mr. Cha. U. Walton, their atber'. death; and will oome to i.
felts. She will terminate ,her visit on Coast Railway, for the line running south under whose management this excellent - ?..ea.re' ):.... .... .... and Mr. 1/. A. Morgan and son, Kosser, Jacksonville to.attend isle funeral., ,
37th Instant of New Smyrna, Including the Tltusville and leave, to-morruw. for Jacksonville,
ge and sail on the Clyde cozy home Is, are noble and 1
e amen Arapahoe on the 28th, for New! I and Sanford and the New Smyrna and earnest workers and one to do The regular Sept me ber esamlnatlon for where,they will board tile Clyde.teamer, A speeded Examination.A .
rk, where she will visit her .sister. I Blue Spring branches. In order to the best In tbetrpower. These gentlemen Brevard county will be held In the public Apache and sail, Sunday morning, for
make It more convenient, and recognizingthe have made wonderful school building at'I'ltusvllle. beginning New York. The former four of the party -
some of
I-We want to draw the attention of need of fir t-claaa cures will to Buffs examination will be held In
a jewelrye at case pronounced Incurable by the medical -! Tuesday, Sept. 3rd, 1MH. Text books as go o, while the latter ,
r numerous readers along the East ntusvllle, he has leased a fine store room fraternity." Miss PadJUou will vl.. I per published list by State Supt. ROM to Philadelphia on a visit to her si sthe public school house at Tltnsvllle,

past I and throughout the state In ftel1'I there. and will carry a first-class stock of It New York, Buffalo' Boston R. E. Male, Co. Supt. ter, Mrs. P. G. Walton. During: the absence 1'1_., beginning Tuesday, September 3,
to the advts. of the live and ener- ewelers' goods. It Is probable that fora Philadelphia and other places, Bat.b. of Mr. Walton from Tltusvllle, 1001, to supply a vacancy existing In the

|tlo businessmen who are bidding for time Jack Moyer who ho*charge of his to the home of her ere returning Judge A. D. Penney will occupy\ the Statecadetsbip from Brevard county to
bare of your patronage In the columns repair department here, will have charge Lain and Mr R. P. Paddlson parents of Point, Cap photography[ Picture Frames editorial chair; while Mr. A. K. Wilson the South Florida Military and Educational -

the ADVOCATE If yon are In need of the Tltusville branch. Mr. Whaler is Caswell, N. t'., which will be,about the and !Iouldlnp.I'ortralt. will act a* city editor and general manager Institute. The grading will be on
any particular line of goods the pinkper a most" reliable business man,and Jack Is first week la October. of the ADVOCATK office. The pink arithmetic, English grammar, ,

will tell yon the best place to buy classed ,among the best Jewelers in the Landscape and,Marine Photograph paper will thus lie left la good hands, and United State history, from questions
l eD!. Read the ads. State.-:Miami cor. of 'nlD8a- DloD. *. Portrait In all the latest styles. and will be kept up to Its usual standard prepared by Oen'l. E. M. Law, Superintendent

::r-We would esteem the favor if bar For Sale. Old picture copied and enlarged to any ''I of the Institute. f

paers, when writing or calling upon Smooth Cayenne Suckers.For size and finished In any style desired. TrMMiuMons. Attention I R. E. Mays, Co.Supt.Marrlvd .

fr advertiser*to purchase merchandise, Good, gentle! buggy horse for ale Florida view for sal*. Work finished the I, '
"., would mention the ADVOOATB. first-class Smooth: Cayenne Suck- Free drlrer. Inquire' this office, for araaUurs at trade price. The member of Indian River ; I. Tltosvlll.
era, on plants first fruit- F. M. TAYLOR, Lodge; No. 00, THosvllle will have some
,
grown young
special work to do this ((
Tltusvllle Fla. (Friday) evening, I
Call on or write to ,
ng.
Cypress Masts. C. Notice. August/ 23rd, wh'n all members and vl*. On Wednesday August Hlh-- Mr.
A. RoBiasoir, Harry M. Wlllhite and Mil
brethren E.
ting Mary
are to be
;:ja3dt *>t. 6x6x24 and 30 feet. Eden, Brevard County, The lumber and building material g- A* an advertising medium, no The ladle of requested Friendship Chapter present. Taylor, of Eau Gallle, were quietly marled

x32* : feet. o. F. PADDISO.V, 2" Florida. business, purchased of Mr. A. C. DltU paper on the East Coast can beat the No. 11,Order of Eastern Star, have kind at the residence of Judge A. D.

Eau Gallle.HildUch mar, Fort Pierce, will be continued by and ADVOCATE.be Give ns a trial adv., I ly offered to supply refreshments on the Penney, at Tltusvllle, FU. We wish this
Curly Cypreiw. the undersigned/ who hope for the favor convinced of the pink paper'sworth. above occasions and.pleasant evening I I. young couple all the bliss this life can ,

Steam Laundry. of the public. anticipated.The !give them, and hope their voyage on the 4

Have some beautiful Black and Red I THE FORT PICRCC LUMBEB Co. lady member of the Eastern Star matrimonial! seas, so auspiciously begun

[Casket will leave-office Curly Cypress. This take a fine i finish.Sulphate launch for Sale at a Bargain Lodge, Tit us vllle, held a meeting, Tues may be unflecked with clouds. Mr. and.
r Co., of Bond Lnm- G. F. PADDISOS! Eau Gallia Jean For day evening and arranged everything: \tn.\ Wlllhite will continue to reside la
EaYEST every Tuesday morning. 30 foot, glass enclosed,naphtha launch for giving: tha Masons a good( time this Ken Gullle to the delight of their numerous -

V.A.L.AlfDDrOU.AH, Agt.mpty Orville. Seven hot beam, six horse evening. Supper will be served, free, Irle ds. ,
of Potash For Sale. Refugee, or 1,000 to 1 at $3.05 1116per engine, built by Oa Engine
Sugar and Rice Barrels.For We have imported-direct from Germany bushel.bushel.Extra Address Early Refugee at Co., of Morris Heights Nw York, guaranteed Screen \Vlre. ;
to be In first-class
a large shipment of hlghe grade order, almost Bay Pony For Sale. .'
PROVOST: CHAMBCBS '
; ,
. new. For terms etc. to
,
Address apply -
Sulphate of Potash. Our the Or Don't
price are Georgians, Fla. PKTER NRLHOW forget that I have Screen Wire '
WAI.TKB A. MOORE, lowest In Florida. CHA*. D. PBOTOST, Or Tltnsvllie Quiet to ride or drive.r galvanized, painted sad Pompelan bronze

8 George St., Charleston, S, C., 8. F. TRAVIS & Co., Cocoa Fla. Lotus, Fla. 21J.8t A. M. PELLBTT, Daytona Fla. Fla.' tf Address, II. PA.'mm.Waveland. Price are right. ,

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S TANKAGE r AS FERTILIZER. Cures Blood Troubles Blood BANNE :BROS.:

PEN, CHISEL AND BRUSH; -.-TIn Poison, Cancer Eczema, etc.
: Favor With the Sugar Planter
Thomas Hardy, the author Is spending What It should ContMla. Cocta :NothJD- to Try. 1246-1248 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FiA.

u brief holiday In Switzerland Ho Tankage constitutes', largo; per cent Old, obstinate, deep-seated oases permanently -
has just completed another volume of of the fertilizer used by the sugar, cured by taking Botanic Blood and

verse. planters, and great / a Sp, llobert W. Chambers, artist as well from the Immerse packinghouses producing offensive eruptions aching
t an author, has been heard to regret In the west-Kansas City bones and 'joints, ulcers, falling hair, mucous ,
I I- St. Louis' and patches, sour 'mouth and throat, house in the city.-
that bo I Is not known for his picture South Omaha, Chicago

rather than his writings. and It ball been very satisfactory. inmost sores scabs,or swellings scales, ,persistent sore lip. dry pimples sore,,eating dull, Distributors of St.
Wholesale Lemps' Louis
Gilbert Parker the novelist delivered case aching lancing shooting pains then you B Beers
U the The fertilizer baa rapidly In beginnings
his first speech In parliament grown have blood poison or the of
g I.ther day pn the finance bill. It was favor since Its introduction Into Louisiana deadly cancer. Don't experiment but OUR WINES. AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
US Ppt generally pronounced a success. and Is each year becoming more take Botanlo Blood Balm (U. B. B.) made

Prosper d'Eplnay. a Parisian sculptor largely In demand. It consists chiefly especially to cure all malignant blood i7Call or send for Prices.
model of of waste product from slaughterhouses troubles, like those named above, and
t has completed a plaster .
: I John Paul Jones who Is represented as and la a mixture: of partly cook. itching, scabby, eczema, carbuncles .

standing beside an anchor with drawn ed bone and meat deposited tanks In scrofula humors,,etc rheumatism, Heals every, cancer sore and, blood stops : 2A.RR'Y: MAaSON':: : dc. GO.

sword a. It about to I leap upon the' which the refuse from the batcher Is all aches and pains. Try It. Costs but .

,1.a deck of an enelXl)"'* ship at the head of treated separate the grease. It ordinarily $1 at druggists. Treatment sent free by --:-Importers and Wholesale Dealers In-

S a boarding party. contains' good percentage of writing to Dr. Glllam,200 Mitchell Street,

Stephen Binding, the Danish sculp- both nitrogen and phosphoric acid, the Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble and free
nrnE and
tor, Is the designer of the monument to proportion of each In general varying medical advice given. Medicine and free Wines Liquors Cigars

ADVOCATI Ole Bull recently unveiled at Bergen, almost inversely as the quantity; of the medical B. B. originated advice sent by at Dr.once Glllam prepaid.over B.80 ,
other. a
; In Norway. The violinist I Is shown listening have been cllred-
Thousands
< to the muHlc of a water.nixie. The relative proportions of nitrogen years ago.alter doctors and patent medicines Forn.Cln1o: : pu.ro: Xl.yo.
many
A cascade! fall over the strings of the and phosphoric acid having such wide bad utterly failed. Botanic Blood Balm,
_. . . ._ of variation this class Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky
limits of
- harp held by the nymph and I Is thus goods ((8. B. B.) 'gives life, vigor and strength I aced la,
of course exhibits a corresponding wide and rich heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration. These !
supposed to give the keynote or Inspiration to the blood making it pure [rood,,
AN OPTICAL ILLUSION. for which the artist wait range in value for fertilizing uses. are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal. and are regarded by ft,' I

A When a considerable excess of bone Is medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of invalids.
AWAY ?
ihe Performed the ARE YOU GOING
ODe of Trick. br
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p .aklr. of India present, the proportion of phosphoricacid ; FERNDALE RYE Is put up in plain cases containing no marks whatever I
Constipation, Impaired digestion and a is largely above that of the nitrogen FOUR
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The fnklr of India perform Borne re- torpid liver, are the most common all- while with an excess of meat the If so, you will consult your own interests FULL QUARTS In each case, and delivered to you, all.charges prepaid, er the fol.:

marknblo tricks. The following one meats that are responsible for that tired, content of nitrogen become/large and by calling,; upon or addressing the lowing prices per case: .
U witnessed l Englishman who listless, .fagged-out feeling; that' makes undersigned for summer excursion rates old 320. Ferndale A A
was lIy an that of phosphoric acid becomes com- Ferndale, A, 7 years 8Ji years old g.'uti.: (
was himself an excellent prestldlgl- the summer a dreaded period to so many to mountain, lake and seaside resorts. Ferndale A A A 10 old $4.20. Money refunded is not
tateur people. Ilerblne will cure constipation, paratively small In the latter case Attention is directed to the reduction of years entirely 8atlsfied.
: It Improves the digestion and arouses the the action of both ingredients hap been summer tourist rates to Virginia and At- ZEZIEeiEBSr MASON cc
The apartment being filled, the rnnIclans liver to normal activity. Price, GO cent found to be more satisfactory.Thel.hoHphorlc lantlo Coast resorts, and to the fact that CO.
( began their performance. The Ji. U. Wilson & don. acid In the tankage tourist rates are authorized to Washing /State: Agents. 301-307-300-311: West Bay Street Mason Block.
1 audience vat on the floor about tie| ton Baltimore Philadelphia, New York, .
being derived principally from bone la JACKSONVILLE j
fakirs!, so that they hud no way of con. Brief M..lloa. chiefly the Insoluble form, and Its value Providence and Boston; by rail to Norfolk FLORIDA, |
cenllujj! themselves or of hiding any The Southern Interstate fair will beheld Is largely dependent upon the degreeof thence via steamship, in additionto --- ------ -- =
thing. At their request I examined in Atlanta October 0-20. 1001. It rates via Savannah and steamship.

I them and s/itlwflejj myself that they Is the purpose, of the managers to make I, a well fineness pulverized of division sample ot,tho respondingmore particles Folders, sailing and sleeping car arrangements FOR $ .3.20. ..
had nothing about them. Then 9no of this the best fair ever held In Georgia furnished promptly. Cheap excursion

t p the women sti-micd Into the Incltnuro, :Mr. T. II. MArtin Atlanta, Is the !erre-! Purchasers readily of to fertilizer the needs of of this the plant.claim rates to Buffalo Louisville, N.Y., by or all Cin-rail\ Sent to us by Express, postoffice-order or New York Exchange, we.g
through; Washington,
the rent remaining behind the pec- tary. send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,
should always buy upon a guarantee of cinnati, or via Savannah or Norfolk and
tators, who formed a close ring about Canning factories for the million's of Through New York city.
definite percentages of nitrogen and steamship. /: FOUR FULL QUARTS
1 them. The light woe now turned downa dollars' worth of fruit and vegetables phosphoric' acid, as their varying composition F. M. Jolly, D. 1'. A., Jacksonville; or

I little, and In u moment the woman's raised In the sooth are now advocated.The renders almost Indispensable a B. W. Wrenn, passenger traffic manager, Of the Celebrated Seven-" Year-Old
face began to be illuminated by -a agitation of the canning Industry Savannah *
knowledge of the proportions of their
ghostly light that extended quickly for the south Is one of the live topics. !bone
constituents. The present should
over her entire body, The use of parts green and lime on also be in a very; finely.divided condi Summer Excursion Hates Calhoun. Pure Rye Whiskey
She.then began to move around and the leaves before the Insect enters the
Baltimore
To Boston Providence, New York
I' al around, uttering a 'low, murmuring fruit Is protective treatment againstthe tion.Guarantees of 0 per cent ammonia Washington, Old Point Comfort, We ship In P r.ATO PACKAGES no mark' to Indicate content (which will avoid' ill to
t sound the while, gradually quickening pickle wOI'l11.Dewberry and 20 per cent bone phosphate, whichIs Ocnan View, Virginia Beach and Portsmouth m.nt.When you!tot It and, tent It. if it In not. satisfactory, return It at OUR xxl'E:,sB ,Si
r the pace until she was whirling about growing offered the Seaboard AirLine your $3.20 will be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey IB an!pood cc any f 5 00 good, In the nuitaL,
getting( good about equivalent to 0 per'cent phos as by We are close at liana and can (five you QUICKER: DELIVERY: than illMant boll, .ev.. j ba...
1 like a top. A moment of this, and the words in Texas. phone acid, can lie secured! from any Railway are especially attractive. Loan clolnir btmlnoKH In thin. city soil. at the name stand for over IB YEARS and aa to our BBL
light that' bad clung about her seemedto From-Jncksonvlllu-$47.80 to Bunion and VOXSIBILITY- HEFUTATION for honest dealing,we refer you to any merchant here oH.
Some of the best Japanese'persim
dealer In thin class of fertilizers and
the editor of thin
Providence $43.30: to New York; -flW.HO:I : paper.
be whirled ott
by centrifugal force ;
mon succeed'almost anywhere In tin- lower content of should be
no nitrogen
$3i: SOLOMON LEVI
Baltimore to Washington; ,
to ; $30.20
a and assumed a plllurllko form beside
s her As this south. bought from an economical standpoint. .20 to Old Point Comfort, Ocean View, 1028 & 1030 First Avenue,
soon as was accotupllsh- Sorghum Is of much value as a feed since the freight from the .western"cklllg Virginia Beach and Portsmouth and re No.
P. O. Box 33.
ed she turned and to BIRMINGHAM ALA.
stopped, began
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for .cow, horses and hogs./ There l Is. houses to the consumer Is the turn. Tickets on sale dally, Rood returnIng _
t} molc1. the light with( her'haud. and, nothing better for bogs If the seeds areripe. same per ton on all kinds, and the up to Oct :illst, 11)01.\) These excursion NOTICE I-TVe pay EXfl'e.. Charges to all point reached by "SdVTHERNExrnisscos.:
though I r'ould distinctly see her hands It will fill up a hog quicker and higher the content the cheaper the ni- rates apply via Portsmouth and PANY," but to|1'01 lOti of other Express Companies, we prepay ouly to point' -boll-
move through the light us If it were a learner only. !Similar ratts I from other Southern KxpreiM. Company; transfers to Bald other Express: Company.
t get him ready for a dry grahi ration trogen per pound to the consumer when
cloud it begun to assume human form Florida Two dally trains between
i better than any other feed I know of. the cost of freight; Is added-Louisiana points.
We saw the arms Uninl and legs all Florida points and Portsmouth; morningand
molded and finally the taco and head aye a Texas' man. Station.. evening departure from Jacksonville. CHAS. :s L ''''CT :tvI:: : t3z CO. ..
Mao- ,
,, gear. She next called for a light, and.ilL' Extreme hot; weatiterlesgroattax; upon STRAWBERRY PLANTING.The For any Information write A. O.
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Jacksonville Fla. BIT, MO w. St. JACKSONVILLE./ ". FLA.
P} the digestive of babies when Donnell, A. O. P. A., Bay ,
the candles being relighted, there stood power ; '
an utter stranger a native seemingly,' when puny and feeble they should be Way the Bin Grower bo I<':" fn;
evolved out of cloudland. lie stepped given a dose of White's Cream Vermi to Date Method fr'or Fine Fruit. Excursion; Hates to Buffalo. (tIKij) (
fuge. Price 2 ot.. B. 1C. Wilson A Son. .
_ strawberries
X t i forward and grasped me by the baud. As to method of planting a- -
'' f I Ills hands 'were uiolst, as If with per. It may be said that the old method |1'iOn account of the Pan-American Exposition 4:
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eptratlon, and he was a very healthy Her Invariable Itnlr.Chawllc has been discarded-planting In the Seaboard Air Line KallwayIs
spirit. -And now I that you have rowjH( 3 to Sty feet apart, with the selling tickets from stations on its L14110 5

4 After he had talked and drunk a promised to bo mine, dnhlluff, I hope[ plants) from 12 to 15:: Inches apart in lines to Buffalo at very low excursion ND -

glass of arrack ho took his place beside our engagement'; will not extend over a the rows, keeping off the runners until rates. This company offers the choice rr'a
d great period late and then the of two routes, with the fastest Red most F. _
J4 I I the woman again and begun to whirl In July allowing :..,
about. The lights were (dimmed but !Mulx'l-Oh. no, dear; all my engagement runners to grow and root at will making convenient'scheduleb Buffalo, either via all mil ever route trough/:

not so that we could not see, and lu a have been shortl-Sh'Uy! Stories. a matted row. In this old system Richmond and Washington/: or through

w'3 sew minutes the figure began to fade, many plants are almost on top of oth- Portsmouth and Norfolk; thence! a delightful .

i soon assuming the appearance of a Poor KellovrtCham ers, the roots barely In the ground, and Boa. trip to the oust, where connections a',1 r',4
? 1 pillar or form of light and then attach -How Is Winter getting on? they suffer lu a season of drought. are made with the great Trunk
i ing Itself to the woman nnd seemingly Waggle-Well, when I last saw him The rows are so wide that to pick! fruit Lines direct to the Kainbuw City. These

: ; feeing absorbed by her. .All this was he hadn't got a shirt to his back. In the center It In almost necessary to routes are positively the most convenient -

{& done In a very short space of time before Cham-Poor fellow) Where did you crush fruits on the outside of the row. and attractive to Buffalo, call and it will the \
the of at least 1 60 people and see him? Professor L. II. Bailey says that this Interest and benefit you to oa
eye before
Waggle-Bnthing.-Brooklyn Eagle. system gives few large first class Seaboard Air Line Railway agents Four Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20
i ,v not ten feet from myself. The girl appeared completing arrangements for your trip.Towers' ..
exhausted fruits, and be points out the Improved
greatly!; afterward.
,I ___________________ A K.ne.. Tragedy.Ow way as follows: 6 of the same $4.6O. 12 of the same $9.OO.

I ,; t the town the ;cyclone pimml. The up to date grower starts with the All goods are put up In plain boxes-no marks on the same to show contentsAgents
CARE OF LACES. Funnel In chaps and wild of blait. largest and Hardware Co
assumption that the highest
_ f Knott wu tin town. on that lucklra pot. for the Palwt Brewing Co.
_ Iron lace on the right side -first thenon The cyclone "._4-tho) town was not I ICkvclind colored fruits are found on plants .
outside of the and -- --
SMilu De.I.r.l along the rows, -
the wrong side to throw up the pat-
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therefore he to have as
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j tern.
Sewing as a business (ts an exacting and outside rows as possible This he accomplishes PABLO BY THE SEA LIYERY.
_ 1 When putting lace away, fold as little
exhausting occupation. Long hour., fine by having his raws closer
.1 t As possible.' A good plan Is to wind It
_ ti work,'poor light, unhealthy atmosphere together and much narrower. Turnouts of all descriptions p' SADDLE HORSES,
i round' a card, as they do in the shops. -tlieite are only some of the thing The rows are made from 80 to SB 1 s .

When Ironing laces cover them with which fret the nerves and hurt the gen Inches apart and the plants from 18 to : 1 1 eu BAGGAGE Traniite,

_ _ clean: white tissue paper. This prevent eral health. Often there is a diseased 24 or even 30 inches apart In the row., :
condition of the
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womanly organism
look
% lace.* the shiny seen on washed which causes backache or headache and much depending on the capability of TRAPS, HAULING, Etc.
the variety as a plaotinaker. If the
1 the working of the sewing machine
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r Use, cornflour Instead of ordinary under such conditions Is akin to torture. plants used for a new bed are strong SURREYS, ;. Wm. WILKINSON,

starch for stiffening laces. This make. Thousands 'of .um m and start Into growth vigorously, the LAUDAUS 1
them firm and does not detract from women who work I first runners are used a. It has been r Proprietor.

?he lacy appearance. have written gratefal I found that under most conditions the VICTORIAS Fie
Pablo Beach,
Lace and other delicate trifle* should letters to Dr. plants about 12 months old ;yield the f

be placed In a muslin bag before being a R.Favorite V. Fierce Presorip.tion" ,whose. greatest number of tine fruits. --=-==-

boiled. This prevent their getting lost has cured I t: These first runners are usually "bed- ADVOCATE

and torn In the wash. their womanly ill*| ded In"-I. e., planted by hand trainIng PRINTING HOUSE.

s After "getting up" lace do not leave and established 1 them along the wide' way of the

them to air In a damp place-round their general ] rows, using from four to eight of the l r r-' --I ,..- 1
the fire when the kettle Is boiling, for health. *' Favorite first runners and cutting off those Poultry Netting Factory prices ._ __ _' .

instance. This robs them of their freshness Prescription etebMahea *- growing later. This method of plant- / __/ rt 0'a.
i regular 12 In.IlS( In. 94 in. 36< in. 48 in. 60 In.
and makes them look limp. Ing allow cultivation both ways until
1 All laces before being Ironed shouldbe ity, dries and offw-unhealthy the runner start retaining moisture; and 7211n.| wide. A large stock on hand.

carefully pulled out. each point receiving - ave drains heal / and saving labor In bo (lng. Building Material Sash Doors Blinds 1
_I d attention. You will be repaid inflammation and Clover or .wale grass make the best Nf

for ;your trouble, as the lace will look ulceratlon and II winter mulch. The rows are covered Paints and Oils. Cook Stores.
twice as nice and last clean a much cares female weak. two to four inches deep. This winter
PLOWS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION:
a.... It makes
longer time. mulch should be raked from the plants .
weak women and left between the rows as a protec- Tinware, Agricultural Implements,,

y'' Too ......tlT.. strong well.and sick' tion to the fruits and a safeguard House Furnishings, Etc.

b ,4 An English clergyman had married women Sick women are invited to consult Dr. against drought In the fruiting stason. Write for price before buying. { r ''Fri s rtarrrrrsrrrrr

a young woman with a reputed dowry Fierce by letter /ret, and so avoid the . Opened;with fall stock at old stand. r
of about.410,000, while he himself had indelicate questionings offensive examinations Stlw>e.l.nta' Effect oa the Bntla. 38 East Bay Street. {

I "great expectation" Needless to say and obnoxious local treat Stimulants never Increase the nat- JACKSONVILLE, - FLA.Foley's -- {t }ta *
,' ,p very soul In the village knew about It. ments deemed necessary by some phyni- ural capacity of the brala says; Dr.

t f It was the first Sunday after their re- clan. All correspondence private. Address Ilerscbell. They can only abstract for Honey and Tar
V Fierce Buffalo N. Y. ,,
Dr. R. ,
the and when
turn honeymoon.
from r
the of work In band of
: some
*I take (TWt plearar la noomnMtldlny. purpose heals lungs and stops the '
cough.
the sermon was finished the parson Merc. Pavaril fmcriptlon" far female w....kneM. the energies which are sorely neededto .ErYL 0iYi4/Yft D1 .47f, ,j9 NTy6'OfF/
proceeded a* usual to give, out the .* writes Mr*. 8uMnni Pvrmenttrr. of which has I
troubled\ repair and restore a brain W..NrED-TnllltWVnby men and women to
i"C Paula Store, ahelbv Co. Tcxa 1 wee 1 < al.
_ it 'it hymn verse for verse to his rustle with bearing-down paine In my back and hipi already been taxed to the farthest limit travel and advartlM for old established tionM iwje
f R congregation. for eta years., and wrote to Dr. Pierce for advice. of solid flnmnoUl Handing, Salary also a;e&rand
which Is consistent with health. To .
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I tried hU. Karat-He Prencrlptlon and six expenses, all payable In c. No canram.IDE ,
nti All went well until the fifth verse botttea cured .... I feel like a new pervoa and remove the sense of fatigue caused by ;required. Olv references and enehase aelfa : ;
$ t waa reached and the parson began I thank Dr. Pierce for my health. Life I. a overwork by the consumption! of alcohol burden to saw one without health. 1 have tplda ate Cutou Bldg Chicago.; aufftTHE _ rFr -
"Forever let my grateful heart," when great many of my frtenda. about the great. 1 Is to close one's ear to the voiceof r
suddenly and with some confusion he medicine I took.* nature. RAPID CA-LKER Is what every
exclaimed, "Omit the fifth ver.el"! and Dr. Pierces Common Sense Medical yaotbsman and boatbuilder needs. For
Immediately began to recite aloud the Adviser, in paper coven, is sentrrf. on III... of Good a..... sale by Jas. Pritchafd A Son, Titus-

sixth verse Instead. Those who bad !receipt of of :at mailing one-cent only.. Address pay Dr. There I I. no more Important Improvement vile, Fla Price $4 and $S each.

U. TM 1 hymnbook promptly rend the fifthrer.e expense needed In our country! than
R. V. Pierce Buffalo, N. Y.
: good roads. Good roads! I mean better -.Job' Printing; of all kinds executedat

____J 11o '.v.r let my raUnil heart i KJ* We would esteem the favor If our people. Good roads mean more business the ADVOCATE office. Send your order. Fine Job Work Quickly Executed

_1 I Hit bounding grace ador*, > readers when writing! or calling upon for the merchants. Good roads
Which sit Ua thousand blaring BOW our advertiser to purchase merchandise, mean improvement In value of our real ,. AN MER SALVE._ :,i
Ail. bid. mil hop lor mar*. etc., would mention the Anvoc.&.sa. the
estate. Times-Democrat. '
-New Orleans tri*most healing.." .In AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.

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ea atonal Cards. EDWARD GRAFF & CO. P LIQUOR IN BOER ARMY. l

sssssssss i iKO. SORES AMD A.la.nds..l H
... aTlaiJ They Got Along Bee- I
M. BOBBINS, Of Interest to IndlM. Klverltee. .aMis* have wo effect en I
**r Without It. .. Mrnen treated
Schedules of the defunct brokerage I with Kuraks Mar. io
ULCERS.Sores In the IToer liquor drinking has. ... i
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR firm of U. Edward Oran A Co., of Brooklyn army ,u,OU. It I t trots
N. Y., have been tiled with the clerk 1 been prohibited from the beginning k.ep.lhelsth.the dune ,

AT-LAW. and Ulcers never become chronic. of tbe United States District Court la. i ir and smuggling prevented' as much aa .r tuft end pllable. I,
unless the blood is in '
condition is
poor Referee The rule worked well. Our blitceaa. jl I
and and turned to
In State United Statea Brooklyn over poaalble.
!l1 1 practice .
KrtsJU.No
off do
weak and unable nfll
sluggish to throw >
Court. Robert F. Tlluey. Liabilities of '28, .- men have been In the saddle! hundreds. roughn- \ ,
the that accumulate in it. The \
poisons 6TT.84 and assets of$4,1 S>,479.38 are shown I of mllfis at a stretch and In all sort of face to cbste \\1 1I. u\ +
Office at TITCBVILLS, FLA.L. system must be relieved of the unhealthy I by the firm of 113.1: 982.53: snde.t. The.I Iharnena ,
an excewt
"caved In.Ve' hatl N,
matter through the sore, and great! danger! afford div weather, 11 none see \ \ k I I.
If realized wUi fully a \
which bad] not only keepslotikins
to life would follow should it heal beforethe no hygienic uniforms many '
and ,
idend of 100 cents to all creditors :kkanew
GAULDEN, blood has been made pure and healthy leave margin to the members of the even warm overcoats, yet the, cold ka V, I I Ii
and all impurities eliminated from the sys nights and hot days did not hurt the wears twice p
ATTOR. Y-AT.LAW. tem. S.S.S. begins thectire by firstclearra- Arm.Among asked, medicalmen salon Eureka | ,Itt! 1
I have
the assets appear this Item : men. many tine ol t
Will practice In all the Conrts of the Stllte ing and invigorating the blood buildingup "Thomas P. Nevins (of Brooklyn N. Y. I about the tunttcr and nearly all KartmaUil. 4c& 1 1I l lI.
United States Couita.U the
I Florida, and the general health and removing from andJohn t
and Merrltt, Flit), James Shevlln attributed the rciunrknblc physical endurance -
Bos,tar. TITUaVTLLE FLA. the system : -
I. al II morbid A OONSTANT DRAIN McCarty, *ii7,0n2.50.! It la said of the floors to their ab
Money to Loan. IS effete matter.UPON THE SYSTEM. that upon the relation these men bore to .? Soldverywhere \ !
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When this has been accomplished the discharge the firm will depend whether not creditors will '
:J. WEBB will receive full It has.been said that liquor assist In can i
payment.
gradually ceases, and the sore or all slxrs. t
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old (i. Edward Graft puts his personal our! in bearing! fatlguo. Not a Made l bySUndard 1 \ ,I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, indolent sores to grow worse and worse debts at $507.13k: and his assents at 7,55iS. .. 6l word of It Is true. Once- during the OilCompany \ \ V I B
and Nevins' Individual schedule bore no campaign on the Tugela I, with a few tIli
eventually to destroy the bones. Local
la the Courts of the
Will practice 7th
applications while soothing and to some reference to the lirm'a accounts. It comrades eon cited nn abandoned farm
[ licult. Taxes paid for non-residents showed claims against him amounting to 'as. FBAKK CxnTita hud I ;
/ We bornIn
extent alleviate sinking.
pain cannot reach the seat The sun was
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iml rents and accounts collected.'ITUSVILLE a Merrill Street Aro..bury, Mass. II?
> which Is due the
of
of the trouble. S. S.S. does and no matter fHI,072.U1. $40,000 Faith the saddle since. daybreak, without 1j'
Trust of Brooklyn, ThlsJottof mhould oarry If You Are (lout North
FKOBIDA. how apparently hopeless your condition Peoples' Company, andOonvlotlontothoHoart* food or drink. Nothing eatable was ;:
which Is secured stocks said to be
even though your constitution has broken by but of the men found This summer soothe special excursion
of all Sick Wonton. In the house, one ,
worth $10(4)0.Nevins' ( () .
it will relief when
down bring
D. PENNEY, can. It ..uppliutbe rich nothingelse Wood asHets consist of $!>,000 equity 'I suffered with inflammation and a bottle of Capo brandy. Beery one rates that are offered. by the Heaboard I

necessary to heal the sore and pure nourishthe In stocks of tile Brooklyn City Railroad falling of the womb and other tils- shared the find except nn old cattle Air Line HAllway tu tile principal resorts
and the East
In the Carolinas Virginia
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW debilitated diseased I body.Mr. Company and the Brooklyn Union Gas agreeable female weaknesses. I had ttoer. Aud the result? All who took Portsmouth, Old 1VaallIngtonBaltimore ,

J. B Talb.,.'.Lock. 1100.1!I.Winona, MiM., Light Company; $7,(>OD In real estate; bad spells! every two weeks that would a drink were In a raging fever holt nu including New, York Point Providence-
ITU sviLLrf:, FLORIDA. uv: "Six!: year HBO my leg from the knee to $1,500 mortgage: / ; $500>> in jewelry; 100 last from eight to ten days and would hour after. Despite all the hunger and ,
font and ItulTa Write! A. O. Mao-
the Kind Several Boston
was one sore. physicians bed. I'also had headache o.
treated me and I made two trlpa to Hot Springs, shares the Brooklyn DIstrictTelegraph have to go to thirst I had experienced! I never felt '. Jacksonville }n&.
DonnellA. (i. } A.
[will\ practice ID all the courts of the 7th but found no relief I wnsinduced to try tt S.8. Company and fiO shares In the Knickers and backache most of the time ,
Judicial Circuit. and it made complete cur& .I have been a perfectly bocker Steamboat: Company; the total and such bearing down pains I could so1 bad during the wholo campaign.

well man ever since." being $02,&:>0.13. hardly walk across the room at times. Had we met any Britishers when we -Some of our down-liver readers have

is the only purely veg- Former. Senator John McCarty and I doctored nearly all the time for continued our ride the old Boer who forgotten the fact that thin office Is fully t
etable blood
MORGAN & LYNCH S SS known contains purifier James Sbevlln denied through their about two years and seemed to grow refused to drink would have been the equipped to do all kinds of job printing.

poisonous- minerals no to counsel, Charles II. IIde, that they had worse all the time until last!; SeptemberI only one able to fight. Advertising and job printing helps us to .

i KEAL :& TATE AND INSURANCE, fain" the digestion and any connection with Q. Edward Graff & was obliged to take my bed, and the It Is absolutely false thnt liquor publish a newspaper worthy ot the East II
creditors. thought an operation was the Coast and all we want Is hare of It *
Company other than that of doctors result It a
add to, rather than relieve your suffer but raises the courage. The only !
Loans Notary Public. They admitted buying blocks throughthe only thing$ that wonld help me,
ings. If your flesh does not heal readily refused to have done has Is ta make the men more< careless. I

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography when scratched bruised or cut your blood firm some months ago. this"Then I a friend advised me to try the This may have been of some value la>

is in bad condition and any ordinary sore medicine which I did and the old days of hand to hand fighting. Iw'';
TITCSVILLB FLA.GEO. Pinkham KIDNEY DISEASES
is apt to become chronic. Tiles are not only In, and of themselvesvery to
after using the first bottle I began But what Is wanted today la Iron nerve
Send for our free book and write our painful and annoying but often of
bottleR
I took in all five I will 1
A. WORLET, physicians about your case.. We make no greatly aggravate and even cause other improve. Blood Purifier, a clear eye quick decision.
charge for this service grave and painful affections, and should Lydia ii:. Pinkham'a E. Pinkham'a Dry only add thnt tho Europeans on the are the most fatal of all dis
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA 8.. therefore not be neglected. Tabler'i four boxes of Lydia Boers' side felt no bad effects from being -
ATTORNEYATLAW.general three boxes: of Liver
Form Compound
;
Buckeye Pile Ointment la a great boon deprived of liquor. Frltt y. d. cases
of Sanative -
and used three packages
In Pills
( practice State and Federal
sufferers It will them.
to aa cure Trice Korre-
All business Wash and I am as well now an Iever Straaten In Sud-Afrlfcanlscho
Courts. entrusted will ,
receive prompt, attention. CROWN POINTS.The 50o. in bottles; tubes 73o.: Wilson's. was. 1 am more than thankful spondenz, Trannlation Made For Liter FOLEY'S' KIDNEY CURE UGuarantnd a

day for my cure."-MRS. FRANa Digest Risnedjor
every ary
eneral for the Tuttle Estate
Counsel
Miami. king of Portugal la seeking to WEATHER REPORT.By CARTEB. 8 Merrill St..Amesbury. Matte.a .
decrease his weight by the constant li!

MIAMI.LORlnA.. playing of tennla and recently took Rev. Jas II. White observer for 000 wJJla.p.gHrhotees. hs.- A WAR .ON ABSINTH. money refunded. Contains

part In a tournament at Cascaes.King Weather Bureau U. S. Government. c. '. ,'"lIlh__lItII.dlo'.JGENERAL /" remedies recognized by eminent '
I ANDREWS, r...eh Lesjlalaitora Intend to Cona
JAMES Edward VII baa determined to SUMMARY FOR JULY 1001. .. "
for
-- - -- bait That Moat Damsrerosm Lkiwor.The physicians as the best 'l1"
A ATTORNEY T-I\W. do away with the king's messengers, Highest temperature on the iUh.: 02.S French chamber of deputies has

alit office and postofllce address TITCSVILLB. and though those at present In the Lowest" 3rd, 72.J DIRECTORY. begun a war on absinth by passing a Kidney and Bladder troubles. ''Ii ,

Branch office at FORT PIERCE. service will not be deprived of their Mean for the month. . . . . 82.4 the PRICK Me. aa4 $I.OO. 1'1
government
resolution calling upon '
will be Oiled Average mean for 20 . . . 78.2
positions their places not years
{Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. Highest " In 1803. 83.2 U. B. LANU OFFICE.: to prevent tbe manufacture and sale 1). It. WILSON & SON I

Public State as they pass away.In Lowest .. 1885. 80.1 H. S. Chnhb ............................fsglster.w of the dangerous drink. For a number, )'.1 !
Notary at Large. the recent Austrian census Em. .u. Robinson.. ., .,. ....Ilaoelv..r. WANTKD Tnistworthr, men and women to I
Rainfall In Inches. . . . . . 3.15 Offices at Oaine.vllle, Florida. of years have medical societies and experts travel .and advertise- for old established house of j,
peror Frauds Joseph Oiled In the form Average for 24 years'. . . . . . 5.27 In Insanity uttered their warnings mild financial standing.! Salary S7W a year sad 1
STEPHEN E. FOSTER In his own band and answered every Greatest 't 18S4. . . 11.72 V. B. SENATORS.J. this liquor but to no effect. expense, all payable. In cash. No eanvaaslns r 'I
with Including the .T ll..forro,...... ..... .Jacksonville against required. Mire references and enolone self ", ATTORNEY-AT-LAW point great care Least 1883 . . .116< B. K. M llorr,............ .......... ..I'eiiBaool. The consumption of It hat gone stamped envelope. Address Manager / i
number of window which his residence Prevailing direction of wind. . . SB Increasing at an enormous rate having aWCaxton 11 dl(.,Chloago, INIUI I' "

Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building contains and mentioning the fact Number of clear days. .,. . . , 24 U. B. CONGRESSMEN. on ,'I I
that he can both read and write. .. u far| , , . . . 4. Robert W. Ifvl..r... ...r..l..tka. nearly doubled since 1804 and now Subscriber, your attention Is drawn '
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Victoria Feo- 'I.. cloudy . . . . :. 3 S.M.parkman.................. .......Tampa. amount to about 10,000,000 quarts ft! to the namo-nnd-date slip pasted upon
Princess Beatrice :
dora who completed Mary her forty-fourth days with rain. . . 6 FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.E. . year. It Is without question the most your paper or wrapper. If[ you are ID tl 1

W. ALLEN, NOTE The means of tempetature used N.Dlmlolc him Rowh,...... ... ....Rcnator. dangerous liquor, ever put, upon the arrears, please remit. "
GEORGE { year the other day was born at BuckIngham In this and all future summaries are de- K.B. Raulerson Fort Fierce.Representative, market, and |Its frequent use Is sure to

ATTORNEY-AT, palace and the prince consort, rived from maximum and minimum tem EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT result In at complete wreck not only of The Indian Itiver Iteal Estate I \

|KEY WEST, FLORIDA. In writing to hilt stepmother that these peratures. They are a little higher than Wm. B. Jennings............ .........Goveinor the body, but of tbe brain. Agency linn for Sale I
names were to be given to her at the those obtained by older methods. To Jno. L.Crawford,... Secretary of Bute definition.
best
\ Will practice In the United States font describes them as "historical,' make these means available has required :James B. Whltfleld,:::. :;::::.........Trauurer: Absinth according to the I I\{
sad State Courts. : 9jun05r melodious" Wm. H Lknmr......... ''' ..AttorneyttaneralW. . Is a liquor prepared trom alcohol Unimproved lands from 2.00 to $25.00 ,1 I
romantic euphonious and a large: amount of 'work ; nine hundred 81.eatll.. ........Hiipt. Piibllo InatruotlonB. mixed: with volatile oil of wormwood per acre I
and sixty columns of thirty figures each, K.McMn.Coinrol aluii.Agriculture. ,
oil of anise and other Ingredient 10 acre orange grove near TItusyllle, :
FRIES C. E. to be added up was no more than three. AlonaoC. ('ronm..Coatptroller.J. I
I J.O. A. A.or.lo.l. Evidence., fourths of the labor required. R. Fo.ar.Adnaneueud. It'' has peculiarly Intoxicating effects some trees bearing, HXIO.> ( ) ) "
.
,COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land "Authors are frightfully conceited. Island Home, John. H. Rose.Hradford.u..Surveyontaenenl.R. ..... ." ...Bt te q.eml.t. which are due to the oil of wormwood ft orange grove, near Tltuivllle, "Ir'acre
"Oh not all of them." with 10 acres of land '
.. some bearing
at T.II.basIorld. '
legally surveyed and sub-divided. Merritts Island Flit.Chamberlain's . the state resulting from Its use being: oo.0o. iii
"Well the three authors I wrote to .
(Mapping neatly done. Estimates for fitTTKEMB COURT JUPO.E8 per .different, from the result of alcoholic ,
Grand 'Aht1 farm I
no. pineapple
for their autographs all sent their at
me Dlar7rho ,
fell kinds of engineering works. Die Colic Cholera and M.H.Mabry, ........,,. ..,, Dilsfjiisllns. polnonlng. Trembling vertigo Mlcoo OliO food I .
puted lines a specialty. photographa.-lChll'ogo Prat.Foreettlam Remedy has a world wide reputation V.H.C.llrt.r......,.... ... .. .AvaocisteJustloe. fearful dreams and ( bearing/ trees with 1 acre I I
eplleptlforn convulsions -
for Its cures. It never falls and Is u.F.Tsylor............. ....... .. .. shed for pines, good dwelling, $4,000.00.() .
ITUSVILl.E, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. TI.... pleasant and safe to take. For sale by ere among the severer.. conse- 80 acres of pine and hammock land for II,

"I've had to learn much this all druggists and medicine dealers. PAILROAU COMMISSIONERS. quences. Absinth 'drinking Is ono of oranges and '- lnes on [It. It. south of I
so 7"0"
H. E. chairman .... .........
Day Gainesville
Hebastlan! Klver
lAOO.OO
j N.S.. BURNHAM M. D. Tba schoolboy, said "701& bet J.L.III..r"all. .. ... .... ........... ."....1........,. the most dangerous forms of stimulation ( I '
I'm fflail,vacstlon tint ia hen .1. M. Klealmnien. yet Invented tbe more so becauseIts House and 41 acres of land, beautiful ,
Bo I cs6. Just forget. FOR RATTLESNAKE BITE. John t"ij\ :Jr.:, ;clerk;,,: :::"':: : Arwuilalle : Immediate are usually river front 2 miles of Eau Gallic. *5X() ). I

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Philadelphia Pita .."cuurtent and oltlues at T.Illldassas, "'1.. consequences 7 room cotta s, 10 acres of land, liver ,i
more agreeable than those of alcohoL I
Ear, Nose and Throat. Pastoral. The following Is from'a correspondentto CIRCUIT COURT.. While tbe use of absinth I I. by DO front, at Georgians. '700. I I

the Cologna Gazette : The writer Is Minor Jo se,Tlto.rlll..t. .......Circuit Judge.J. Apply at once to
EST PALM BEACH FLOBIDA. "Why does finding tour leaf clovers an old settler living some fifty In 1 1>. llewrK: Orlando.Prosecuting: Attorney, means aa common In. this country as In D. L. O A ULDiciv' Manager.Tltusvlllo ,

bring lucky' Sao Martlnho do Cazlwarl, Brazil r.ean ) BprlnjrTermFall Arm France yet Its consumption bent has Fla.

"Well the man Is already In luck who America. He writes: ASwe have here , been Increasing at an alarming rate.

baa time to bunt four leaf clover a simple antidote against snake-poison BREVJlnD CO.UNTV COURT. Some of It I Is Imported; but no doubt 1 i

VirginiaHomes Chicago Record-Herald., discovered,! think It my' duty to human- A. D.: Penney.......... ....Pro.euntlnicAttorney..Cauot the most dangerous portion of It Is
James B. Andrew*,.. ,...
--. Icy.to make It known. One of the simplest A. A. Stewarb....... .... ... . County Clerk: made In this country and of the very I
and safest remedy'against the deadly Spring Term-BeoonJ Monday In May.. wont, 'Ingredients, }Jf France ,carries
poison of snakebite Is Summer. Term-Hoooixl Moniuy In ..UAO",
to
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. j Petroleum out Its of stopping the maoufac-
,
You learn Fall Term Beoond Monday In Nowinber.Winter plan
all
about be 'SEEDSDYSPEPTICIDE
Virginia Lands, applied to the wound at once to keep
Term-Second Monday In February. tart and ..110..the United States should \
its resources, products mode of out --rte It saturated. He writes. It la astonishIng .

tlvatlon, prices, eto., by reading the Something N.w Under Th. Son. how this remedy helps. ,SI:* persona COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD. follow, avlt ,aod should, also put a baa t tr.ny'

Virginia. Farmer. Send lOcts. which have been bitten by snakes of R. E. Mime Superintendent! ........Honaventnre. on Its Importation from ,any foreign .else.C'S I
for 3 month. subscription to the All doctors have tried to cure Catarrhby which one U a son-in-law and tbe other Members: J M. Dixon ebslro.anTltu.vllb; Land. Baltimore American. known(beeumlryOwrae U I ptk.
R.N.Andrew,Cocoa V
c. Platta, ort Huroe.
( .
Farmer Co., Emporla Va. tbe use of powders acid gases, inhal a grandchild have used this remedy, all r..s rdhbl.Se.d.tbelcan
ere and drugs form. Their COUNTY COMM1&AI iiiRIJ. Per bs bought, Von( s.,. aI ,
paste powders slept well the first night and could follow . I nickel en
; *) ohapesud..nd bas.
I)HAVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON dry op the mucuoua membranes their work the next day. My son-in-law ....Ii. Walks, chairman Tluuvlllet/ John R. Adorer I d0Uu os th.har.sat I ,

Rapid Calker If notcall at the storeof causing them to crack open and bleed. wan :200 metres distant from the house, C Mlot 07 Indll&nol"C'l..K.jrJ.A. ronkllnic Frank Hell, Tlllnmn, White i John City father sayTSweet (anxiously)>What did your I I I Itel.eM Anana t n.,r .

Jas. Prltchard A Son Titusvllle. The powerful acids used In the f inhalers and',when he arrived his foot was swollen Retrnlar session.*are held. brat Monday In sack
It is an article that should be 10 the have entirely eaten away the same membranes and the wound black and green. lie tmmtu. Olrl-Oh, he got so angry I

possession of every boatbullder and that their makers have aimed to used petroleum; after applying this, the BRItV AltO COUNTY OFFICERS.A. was afraid to stay and listen. He' In a

yachtsman.) Read the testimonials cure, while paste and ointments cannot pain left him totally; a day after he was .D. Penney TUnsvilloi..'..... ..County Ju from first-class boatbuilders. reach the dlse.ise. An old and exper- perfectly well. Jus.. E. ..nd..1 Tltuavllle. ; .. . .. rros AU>. htm.-New York Weekly.A .
_I ienced practltloneer who has for many Since we know of this A.A. 'I&.ulll.,... ......Connty Clark. .
remedy
we are ... 1\ Woo ten, Coooa,..... ...?...,Tax Assenor.
years made a close study and specialty of not afraid of the snakes, and everybody 1'. W. Hull.Tltuarllle. ,....... .. ....Tax fVIlector.' Dreisal.; ; i> li Tr*>sTai>.
the treatmen. of CATARRH baa at last that works far from borne takes petroleum V.1(. HoyevTUnsvllle. .. ..,...........Treasurer. He lend herla'a' she ( .
perfected a treatment which when .faith with them In ease of snakebites. If R. K. Mime\ Botmventura.. .. .. Hupt.Itib. Inat. drom < dnamedAnd >- Th. ar..tt.st aid to DIGESTION.
_
the rtCnesd It wmM-r
J. I,. Vrlee, Tl'uivllle,, . ,
A Sample copy'of one of the best farm fully used, not only relieves at once, but somebody Is bitten on the finger: or toes, J.: Brown.Tltnavtlle,:::.:.::.County.,.. Surveyor.rtherlff.: But-rln the drain-Ibis sad mistake .. The .
I permanently' cures CATARRH, by removing II Is the best: to bathe the affected part In T.... Cooksbutt LaOraogs..Reg iatratlon racer, (She dnamvd)-she'd chance whiaj wid. anti. Largest and ,Most Coma

papers published, free, If you will send I the cause,stopping the discharges petroleum If this cannot be done then CMcsgo Koeord-IUrsld. nlote( Establlshmentl' South.
your name : and curing all laflamratttlon. It Is the saturate a piece of cloth In petroleum TITU8VIIXK TOWN COUNCIL: r
on a postal card mentioning only remedy known to science that actually place It on the wound and A,IX Penney mayor;i M. ...Jones, jr., insrshsl Hie. It.
keep It well ana tax eollecitor, C. B. Hclmyler, clerk and CEO S. HACKER & SOIL
gtliU paper. reaches the afflicted parts. This saturated. trenenrer l John Henry, tax assessor: U. L. DicJlgger-t: thought 10ur wife was ; ,
wonderful remedy Is known. "SNUF Oaultlen/T. A. Lneler J.M. l/l"onO. r.O..nn. economical.
THE PLOWBOY Co.
FLESthe GUARANTEED CATARRH YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED. Fixi. a.lvaikeroounellt.ea. The council mesa 'ThlngOl1lbob-8ucb Ignorance" ?
flret In eacH montb. My
Atlanta Oa.BO CURE." and Is sold at the ext.remelylowprlc. -..... Tuesday .t4t
dear
man no woman It ever economy
L LI LMANUFACTURERS
of One Dollar, each package con ; At Panama,Columbia, by Clmmberlaln'0. TITU8VILUT BOARD OF TR .DJ:. teal
Shell cither extravagant or stingy _
Internal and external medicine
taming : O. M. Robbins, president) J. M. Dixon, tress-
"' sufficient!; for a full month's treatmentand Colic Cholera and nrer.J.. heat,secretary. Meet. aenonil Wedneetlay .-PhiladelphiaPren..
+w t a e o tw Diarrhoea ICemedy. night In each mouth at their rooms. I
everything necessary to perfect u...

YEARS'EXPERIENCE "SNUFFLES" Is the only perfect CATARRH Dr. Chas. II. Utter, a prominent physician FREE AND ACCEPTED MAflONB.In !. At the Chaireli 1'.1.

CURE ever made and Is now of Panama Colombia In.. recent recognized a.. the only safe and positivecure letter states j "Last March I had asa and fourth Friday ....ntn.* of each w. think U ravel Idly ta the shade,
for that aanoylngaflddlgnsting dis patient a lady sixteen of month at their lodge room near court house, But. lo. we run tthwart, the .rs.plrg planOf .
1 young years age; at7:3: o'clock p..n. Oeo. W,Hcoble. W, M.s III..... bound to sell us l.mons.1.1' 0'
; ease. It cures Inflammation quicklyand who bad a very bad attack of dysentery. V.A. Morgan 8007.ORDER Chlosco Record-Bcrald.
permanently and Is also quick to relieve Everything I prescribed for her proved

RAY FEVER or cold lo the HEAD. Ineffectual and she was (growing worse Or EASTERN. IITAB.Frl.nl.hlp Ala .........IY. C....
CATARRH when neglected often leadsto hour. Her Chapter No. It, holds Ite meetings
every parents weresure she In the Masonic i....I rorMn. Tltnsvllle on tl>enrst Feather.tone-Love Is. .an awful thing,
CONSUIPTION-'SNUFFLES' will would die. She had become weak .
that
Trine MAHKSJDESIGNS so men month atIaaoo'nhek m.
Jr.I: p. ; old men.RingwayEspeelally: '
save you If yon use It at once. It Is noordlaal'J' she could not turn over In bed. Whatto sad Tneaday In each month at loo !: OF
COPYRIGHTS) AC. remedy but a complete treatment do at this critical mdment was a study o'chick p.m. The following are the officer oftr.aanreri when you know
th. Mrs.c. Doors Sash
iJ11"! sending a sketch an4 dreerlptlnn/ which la for but I lodycet. S. Bnhuyler. worthy.matron. I the girl', you love hasn't got Blinds,
,.JUl ? -rtin. our oHnMMi' free wh..toer nay aniiu71r positively guaranteed to me, thought bf Chaamberlaln's ir R. I' Wilson worthy. patron, M... .. ... money
; !: 'L!* s n.aWf iMUenUblo f rominnnlr core CATARRH In any form or stage If Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kennedy CtaWee. a.a.CLta matron f M.. r. A. Morgan. enough to support you.-Life,

li.MrUHctAfonBd- "Meat! amrron on....rMente...,.. used according to the. directions which and as a last resort prescribed It. The Ueo. M.Kobblna Min,Aieim OQhant.Mre.Mime, aeeretarrt H. R. Mr.Wlk McDldlng & Building Material

*.Jt5'"i' Iu... tlirvual ilnnn t C... revolTe. accompany each package. Don't delay most wonderful result was effected. eon, am.ulateamluetresat{ Mrs,J. if. Bereven ./.... 1
luxic* wttboat...10...... atlteSclcniliic but send for It at once, and write full Within eight hours she was feeling/ much Adah; Mr*.. John R. Wa'ker, Huth Mr*. ... A. The wlldveo! calls _. "'Co_ away!** ( fflce .. Warerooms King, opposite "

Jlmericamttlwtrvtfrt particulars as to your condition, and you better; Inside of three days she was upon .Moriptn.... T., T.K.nthfr Weiteore; Mre.O.W'. ""..1>1.., Martha; I wsnd.f with the brewe at play Cannon Street.Charleston .

A will receive special advice from the dla- her feet and at the end of one week was Wwodwar. Elects.Please Marshall Mra. W. M. But at the twist hour sleek, ,
rnl.tk.n.r. .:Anndwmelt.: : ::!! any..l.nUee' IrinrtiMl.wMhtr.. J.*ere.w$3 nrt rtr-a\. coverer of this wonderful remedy regarding entirely well." For sale by all druggist sty diner table call. .Ctmie back'I" S. C.

r. bane mntk.. ..t a.ad It,all -.."'-1- your case without cost to yon beyondthe and medicine dealers. -may -cbloap PaR

MUriN & CD.38I8rudway.New York regular price of "SNUFFLKS" the write ns whenever you 'fall to Thee. B..t.. Olrle. Sash Weights Cord and

*anc,um...'e25 r St.Wuh.lon!;JX C.Foley' "GUARANTEED CATARRII CURE." Remember that the EAST COAST receive the ADVOCATE.: Chtra-Is Hetty happy In her married 4

Sent prepaid to any address 16 the United ADTOCATB does an kinds of Job printing life' Hardware. ,-

States or Canada on receipt of (I. at short notice. Send them ao order: Secure/ reservations over 'the
Kidney Cure Address Dept. C 70.1; EVWIX It. GILES and be convinced that It la f he plan to Clyde. Line your at the ADVOCATE office, Tltbsvllle. Esther-She ought to be. No less than Window and Fancy ClassA
,
n4k cS: kUaeys and "'-,:$_ a tFTa. A CO.,'2330-32( Market St. Philadelphia. have job printing do... three girl In town were after her '

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, : g EAST COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 23, 1901.

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JAMES. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWN, i
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE THAT NAVAL HISTORY. ROOFING. C. S. SCIIUYLKH, Cashier
ASPHALT GRAVEL

Perhaps there are few thinkingmen INDIAN RIVER STATE
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I '' A W. XLV JOCBKAL DBTOTBD TO T0. DBVBIcorHcirr who can be led to believe that 4 BANK

t or TBS IMDIA BIVBK, LAKE. we have any officer in the United GUARANTEED: FOR 10 YEA ItS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS. JI
WOBTH AXD BTOOAVHB BAT IBCTIOttl.PVBLI8UKD
I 7 States navy to whom the epithet COUNTY DEPOSITORY
"coward" will From our WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS. Authorized
BVKBV FHIDAT.CMABLBS apply. capital, $
IOOC
I viewpoint every man who followedthe I Paid up capital, $25' 00
H. WALTOX, Editor lie 1'ubllBher. Spaniards to their destructionat Average deposits.Transacts .
The $ :
Carder-Campbell Company 100,0p5
Santiago was a hero, and all efforts -
DUoontlnuanne: of aclvtn. mint be made per- ,
to state that there were cow-
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orally at this adice or by writing. a General I
ards in that fight, Is a most fruit- Shock No. 1, Foot of Main Street, ,. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Bawling
Oheok.eto., may ua made payable to CiiAKtu less undertaking. The American

B. WALTON,puliltaher people are as brave as were the -Southern Selling Agents for- Business

Addrtel all communications to knights in ancient chivalry, and he WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, who denominate any of the naval ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Paint I/ I I Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rlrr.

Tze'VvzLLa. FLORIDA. officers as cowards ia simply! flyingin h Exchange bought and sold ">n /

the face of evidence-evidence i .Works Structural and Technical,Paints. .a Countries tlRoalp

U. S. Department of Agriculture that has a hundred years'of valor. i man POINT GRANITE WORKS, SPARTANBURG, B. c. Patronage. : appreciated Prompt'
Fla. ous history to back it. Therefore, STONE. treatment and every favor coni.ii.uj 1 ifhter..tlve
and BUILDING
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, CRUSHED TONE, CURB BLOCK +-- banking .
we conclude, that when Maclay 5A9 grunwdCORRKBPONDLNTS
DicRONDE'S "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT.
t The following is a oomparatlve statement characterized Schley as a coward 7 .t Seaboard National Hunk or N.
v
of temperature and rainfall for the and a caitiff he was governed more _r.r National/ Hank of Jacksonville VIa rsd'w

week ending-1001 Tuesday- Aug. 20-, ItHJO 1001.\ by prejudice than farts FOUNDATION FOR BUSINESS& A SUMMER'S TRIP AT LITTLE TIr.rU'SVILLE, FLA

1 DAT*. MAX. Mtlf. MAX. NIN.I If Maclay had given the creditof SUCCESS. COST TO THE NORTH. ----- -' .
i' 141ft 84! 78 IK 75 the victory to Sampson, who had -

8ft 70 88 1)0 80 76 placed the boats in their respective .WAVEBAND, FLA., Aug. 20, 1001. A personally conducted excursion will
83: 70 )
1(5
80 localities, and who had given orders leave Jacksonville at 7:45 p. m., Saturday S OurStore
17 82 (00) 88 Editor East Count Advocate.Tliere a
18 79 72 80 74 to the fleet in case of a sudden evening, September 7, taking In
Is a popular theory that energy, Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, the Pan-
DO 70 would have
10 1 85 74 and vicious attack we
is but 6 days In the
good principles and good moral standing American Exposition at Buffalo, Niagara open
30 t 85 72 80 70
+4S Total rainfall for the week: '3.20 agreed with him, that the man who are the only grounds for permanent success Falls, and many other points of Interest. week. During that time / r
the planned the campaign should have ; which lea mistake, as business success The route will be through Atlanta
normal rainfall for
} week Departure pins from 2.12 Inches. Departure received the plum. But when the depends almost entirely on local surroundings around Lookout; Mountain at Chattanooga 1" 1 we find opportunity to offer, (' ; y
:
r from normal rainfall since January 1, woul .be historian goes.so far as which Is dally demonstrated. thence through the meadows and .yei while It lasts, '"'
In the early days of Texas settlers, It villages of the blue grass region, Cincinnati -
,: plus 18.54 Inches.HAL to denounce an old,. experiencedand the for outlaws and in
wan goat etc.
soaps
roll 40
,. P. IlARDtw, Observer. 16c. Matting a yds. $4.80.
t f thoroughly disciplined officer many localities a man had no recognitionor The rates have been greatly lowered
._.-.- - .-.-- -- he unless he could produce a for this trip and in order to secure :
as a coward and caitiff, simply patronage space 3Oc. Matting a roll, 40 yds.. . . $9.6O
the extremists the record of some crime, and the more he- either In the coaches or Pullman sleepIng .
the East Joins on Sampson
PLENTY of along -
room nious the ciiine, the more recognitionand cars, application should be made at
Coast for those seeking homes. side of the controversy, and patrounge he received When the negroes once. Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville, Fla.

shows himself to be incompetent to were enfranchised and became of- This will undoubtedly be the largest

l i should remember write a history.. lice hunters, the only ones that had any i and grandest personally conducted tour,
i t t Ouu merchants show for office were those known to be' as well as the cheapest, that will be operated -
the fact that the majority of the The trouble is, both sides are ex- oil ml nali. I knew a negro elected to the from this section,this year, and will !
people are the buyers of advertised treme, and those who have taken a legislature while serving a term Is prison I include representatives of the Florida TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY'Wood .

goods, and they constitute about partisan side appear to be bereft of for arson. press, State officials, many companies of
a what brains they formerly possess While It may seem strange among civilized the State militia Florida's delegation to
4 85 per cent of Itrevard's population. ed. It is absurdly ridiculous that people, from moral standpoint, the annnal encampment of the Grand Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
!y'' If you want good results place your at least, the same rule holds good. The Army of the Republic and others. ,
ad. in the pink paper. Sampson! had feared the Spaniardswere moral status of any community is known Mr. U. F. Gary, of lob We Bay Street, s i.
making ready to come out of by (Us endorsements and patronage, and Jacksonville, the representative of the
r the harbor and left on that Sunday not by Its mouth at all, as mouth is misleading I Southern Railway, Is In full charge:( of Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
1 THE: recent storm along the Gulf morning to be out of danger. We and cheap. It requires a direct : arranging this popular affair, and will be ,..,
;
coast has done considerable dam- test on these things to establish the true delighted to give promptest attention to
; :Mobile\ was swamped with say most emphatically that such a status of a community, ns everybody is any and all Inquiries. Offices foot of HOg D Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No.219;
age. proposition is absurdly ridiculous, all right of mouth, but their Rcta The tour will consist of about ten days,
1 i lb water, and the merchants had great and yet there are those on the will tell br.word. tho It does not follow but of course it Is not necessary to returnIn J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager

I difficulty in Buying their stocks Schley side of the discussion who that everyone who tolerates and supports that time unless specially desired. _____ __ _._ _n_ ___ __ ______. __ ____ h _
l'' from the deluge. The East<; Coast moral- degradation in-the most debnsinor
are now claiming this very thing. form that humanity can drop to, Is of '
escaped, as usual, for which we are Neither Sampson nor Schley have that class themselves but their patronage Koman Catholic Church and Freeiimnonry MeMurray & Baker

i thankful. laid themselves liable in any sense, or support of such! characters establishes ,
and the narrow-minded historian, the truth of their acquiesence and At the present day If a Mason goes to
1 l steel the result established the status of the confession he cannot receive absolution;
and the
,Horn the strikers who used and false
undignified epi community. In Italy he l Is further bound to say what 440 West", Kay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.Headquaiters .
i t trust are claiming victory. All theta' when writing up Schley, is as Those who stand <>n the housetops. and he knows of Masonry, and all Catholics
I i crowing at this time Is premature.; much to be condemned UK those on condemn moral debasement, and then are bound to denounce the chief Masons, for-
', The is too yet to put their shoulder to the wheel and their ciMfiiotffMtrt ft nnn tleniincianten falling
game young say the other side who would have ua .
who will positively come out victorious believe that Sampson' ran to band. In their pockets support of such under ft lie linn of excommunication. Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
believe 'that the away characters are simply playing a two-fill These things/: were regulated by the Bull ,
but
we avoid a battle. /came of disgracef dece Uoo. It would ..]>tIHtllliC'lteSf'''iH.
l l I strikers will have a hard row to hoe Most of the American people do i be far more creditable to come out openly Is It then a fact, MS Is commonly credo and Sundiles.'

n before peace has been declared. not care a flg who won the battleat and support such characters by mouth ited, that no Catholics are Masons? In "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheel
as well as by their patronage. Portugal and South America there are
Santiago. It.is enough for themto 1'oople diifer in principle and purposes many Catholic Masons, und In Italy Itself at short notice.
THE: Doers, according to newspaper know that the Spanish fleet wasannihilated. as they do In features, which blinds a large number of the professional men
wen about Immoral as well all moral conditions -. -- -- .--.. -- ._ . .
reports, had only 15,000 All this irritation and belong to the society i he reason Is that -- ---- -- --- ---- -- -- ---- -- -
l'' t engaged in the war 'they declared tempest in a tea pot is simply the to meet the piefoieuoes of the people they cannot get on otherwise, and they ,
and each ono naturally drifts In the take
very good care not to publish the i WATCHES CLOCKS
1 Great Itritaln but result of mud. tlrrere who
against ; they recently never
w ourieue of their own selection. People fact abroad, or to mention It In confession ,
i1 admitted that the British know when to stop. For Maclaywe hunting localities for investment, natural If they ever make one.-London "
'g Had killed and captured nearly 45- have no patience, and would ly bunt for places In line with their Guardian.

000 ; and now comes the report that recommend that both he and the own status. If a party is Inclined to. .Jewelry Diamonds,
III
moral degradation they will hunt a locality ,
III I 1
4 i the Doers still have 39,000 men in extremist on the other side repairto where such things are endorsed by Wedding: Stationery. k }

tl the field. Consistency thou art a the woods and allow their excited the people by giving It their patronage ,r4 ? e Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present

I Jewel. Fancy, 39,000 men in the imaginations time ta cool off. and support; otherwise they stand clear. The ADVOCATE having received a nice Walthara Watches, etc

field and not able to have one We believe the facts will come out Those are questions on wLlch the dead lot of the latest type and stationery Is
line Is distinctly drawn, and no social now prepared to execute on short notice REPAIR
,
FIMEWATCH and JEWELRY
pitched battle for months in the approaching and that
many ,
l reason, excuse, apology or pretended expediency Wedding Invitations, Announcements,
past. this matter will be set at rest. holds good to the contrary, and Ladles' visiting cards. Give us your -> "'" a A SPECIALTY
4' t us the result !In those transitions establishes orders. Watch for Plant
L Inspector System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern By.
the status of a people, regardless
1'', THE Colombia-Venezuela disturbance KEEPING KVEIILABTINGLY AT IT is of any whys' or wherefores. ''Theea are Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way R. J. RILES,

1 ; has occasioned the marshaling what pays in advertising, as in every questions that cannot be Ignored or evad ANNUAL REPORT 22S W. Bay St., JACKBONVILW. Fu..

H of several warships from the thing else in this life, says the ed. The mothers, wives, sisters and -- ----- -'-

i t navies of the world. The United Wllliamsport (Pa.) Sun, Seeing a daughters of every community are vitally Of the SuperlntenlentorPablleloetrnction
Interested and if moral'depravity and l
States has sent the Machias and man's ad. in the newspaper Is like utter debasement; of.characteris accepted for Year Ending Jane SO, 1001.

1 the Iowa into the troubled waters, meeting a man on the street ; the by being sustained, It establishes the
but aside from a little parading first time you 'scarcely notice him, moral status of those who do It. To il- FINANCIAL STATEMENT: -RECEIPTS.
lustrate A whiskey saloon or gambling Cull on hi nil from latt year ......,...,39,61882
up and down'the coast they will the second you pay more attentionto bell Is only patronized and sustained by Hee'd. from County School levy of 19CO., 10,801 10

have nothing else to do. Great him, the third you notice the those who endorse such things by their '.. '". Tax" Redeuintlons" prey....,.yr.*. 63776 21500' :

__ f ; 't Britain, France and Germany are style of his clothes and his general patronage; and so It Is with everything a roll Taxes or 1UOV.......... MJ! 00 flail de's

also sending ships to the South appearance, until after awhile .you else.These .". ApportionmentIntgtareteFund.... 419 341)20,\ 00 r Ia"l r

__ 1i American coast find yourself speaking to him and consideration suggestions and action are more of women for ,the as 5." from Examination, teen........... JIIOIIIO MOO! .rr r

_ - -- -- pretty soon you are friends. It is the average man Is very much on the animal " All other tources...,...... 2,3'O! 9'J I i

; THE society of Christian Endeavor just so with an ad. The public soon order, and not a first-class animal Total... .., ...... .............|19,827W:
will hold their annual session in becomes familiar with the name either, aa many of them think more of a EXPENDITURES. *

Jacksonville at the Fair and store of the man who advertises dollar than they do of the character of For Bohool lots ........ .. ........... 51.041llo
.grounds their families and home; more disposedto .. New buildings" .................... .,11.'" 77 Prom Fillc a
i this year. The Endeavor is a large ; it becomes acquainted with the break down moral character than to :: lt:7.r'! : school bnlldines: 22 tft ?
: :
he sells if he backs : school building: .,::::: ale W r
goods and build It the of the dollar
organization and will attract many up up, as worship .. )'urniturefor.ctioola.' .......... 40951
outside of that his advertising with good values Is more degrading to a man's character Insurance on buildings,furniture R7 00
people to
society
I than the debasement Rentof school houses..'.....,.... 75 75 -
Jacksonville. The efforts now beIng and square treatment everybody is i AMPHIBIOUS a Free book.. ......... ...... ........ 70789 -
the the familycooditlona'i luoldentals ................ 109
friend of The adver 91
store.
( made to Insure the success of Salaries of teachers.... ............ 8,028! M
the State Fair are very commenda- tisement for a well known store is WOULD HAVE : : Fordism Balaryof, mileage.:: school board............ boo 29360:00: Best Material. Lowest Prices

r ble. In all probability the coming as eagerly sought and read every Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky., writes: "II I Incidental Hoard and Bupt.... lOCI( atPrlntlnir ,
:' convocation will be the largest ever week as is the local or county news. have been using Foley'a Kidney Cure a ... ....... gg 33
fcxpennee of examinations.......,
63 90
known in Florida. The people are Advertising is store news, and, as and take great pleasure stating it gave Interest. on warrants..... ......... 82S N
all all permanent cure of kidney disease, All other purposes ..... .......... 2iJ 28 QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
behind the movement and that people are buyers, people are which certainly would have cost my life. Old warrants paid from last. year. trod 04
: a means success 'I interested in knowing what a good Take none but Foley' Wilson & Son. Balance cash in bands of Treasurer.... 3071

i firm has to offer for sale that would I : as :
be to'their advantage to buy LOWER RATES TO BUFFALO. INDFBTKDNESS.f"MB Bond Lumber Co. Titusviile.
IT baa been definitely fettled that Warru.teoutetandlnJuly 1. 1901$51a809 ,
1' a the 12th day of September will beet Believing the rates now given to ButfaV Lee.cash in hands of Treasurer .. ::.::. 30 71 _

1 aside as Florida Day at the Tne Constitution has again beaten > for the Pan-American Exposition Met indebtedness............. ....3.331 81 A Trial Order Will Convince.S. .

Fan-American Exposition Mr. T, the Columbia, but this time byonlyflftyeigbtaeconde. have higher decided than to many form feel a club able to to be pay known we GENERAL RETORT FOR THE YEAR. O.' VANLANDINOHAM:, Manager. Titusviile, Fla.

would Number of white schools .....
We operated.
41
M. Weir Commissioner for Floridaat "
a* the "East Coast Pan-American Club, I Number of colored schools operated.... a
the Exposition, announces that like to see the Constitution do bet- and endeavor to induce transportation ---
made for ter than this. The new Shamrockmay lines to offer a material reduction be- Total Number of schools both races. 4STEACHERS.
ULt5iI arrangements are being

_5' special ceremonies to be participated give the defender of the cup a afforded lieving that a trip if successful which they, many otherwise will be White teachers employed............. ... 44 Lumber MaterialEverything

,,1 in by the most prominent Floridlans race too close for comfort. could not. take. Negro teachers ernplojed............. ... -- 7 B ding

and that a large number of [Success in our efforts largely) depends Total teachers of both races ... MENROLKMUNT
{ Florida people will be present to :NIght Her Terror. upon the number who will likely and OF PUPILS
; to ascertain this we have formed the Total white, male............... .. .-n
( honor the 'day' The visitors will "I would cough nearly all night long," above Club, and ask that all who anti Total white,female... ............. 440 Used in House Building.

j be accompanied by two' military writes Mrs. Cha .ADelegate, of Alexandria cipate going, join the Club by depositing Total white pnrflls..........Bit 878
companies and a band from Fensa Ind., and could hardly getanytleep. $ .UO with ua; this amount to apply to Total necro, male ... ......... ..... 125 GEORGE: F"P: pjO:J::>150N.
cola. It is expected that the Flor. I had consumption so bad that If I walkeda coat of trip, or to be refunded If better Total negro! female...., ............ 1JO
a block I would and EAU GALLIE
cough frightfully spit rates are not secured.If FLORIDA.
ida transportation companies will ,I blood, but, when all other medicine you are contemplating this trip and Total negro pnpils. .........: 145 245

arrange to give special rates for failed, three .1 bottle of Dr. King's New anti are not now in position to make a Total of both races.,........= ,:
Florida people desiring to visit the Discovery "wholly cured me and I gained deposit. we will be glad to advise as of ATTENDANCE: : OF PCPILS. H. A. HODGES. :
69 pound.. It's absolutely guaranteed Daily mal e. 920
Intention of .
Florida your going. average ..r.htei ..
Exposition on Day. Several .
to cure coughs, colds, I la grippe, bronchitis We have every reason to believe we .:::::' ail Manufacturer: of
j al of our Titusville residents will and all throat. and lung troubles. will be successful; and If replies are received .. M H M pnplli .....:-637' 637
leave here to-morrow for New York Price BOoU and >1. 'rrlal bottles free at I promptly we can the sooner per .. .. nero.. male... 88 ...Oypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
M N x ,....
B. R. Wilson SOD'S store.If female 85
drug
fect. and ROUGH AND
and Buffalo, and doubtless when our arrangements announce DRESSED. . Orange Box Vegetable Crau
: Deads Fruit and
date of trip via what lino. y w puplla.-: 173 ,
all the Floridians' congregate at 173 Any one contemplating toat'
you want good result, you will Address, EAST COAST CLUB.ADVOCATE - part of Florida shedding their pineapples or oranges or bulidiDf
Buffalo the 12th State M a is .. would do localat
on our will Bad the ADVOCATE an excellent adrer office, both racy. 110 Buflalo well to write for prI"1Io The saw milli are
R. K: Blurt
have a very respectable delegation. Using! medium. Titusvllle, Fla. Bup of Pub. InaVra MIME, Brevard Co. Its.A. I part of the East Coast near Palatka, on the J.. T. K. 'V. Ry. Lumber delivered to ra,11I1.
Address: IL. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, !

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.K.IST COAST ADVOCATE, AUGUST 23 1901. 5 1


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GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX. QOTc'r. .
Eden. I IiI'
ARMSTRONG


E. H. !, : Mr. Webster and-Mrs. Luce were pleasant 1VI. .. ]Et JBJRS.9 G. T. BUNTING'S I: I' .t


callers In Eden,last Friday afternoon Wholesale Dealer In Charlotte Street North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE,' FLA j jFOU t :

J. H. LeTourneau has purchased a fine YOUR i ': l :

horse for the, use of his family. It wai GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE... ;

formerly owned by J. T. Waters, of Tlb- ,

bale, and Is as gentle as a kitten. Furniture Mattresses Pillows ; ::

The story of the Improvements at El Comer West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; .


Is verton rather, as told misleading.in last week's It should ADVOCATE have, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS i j f :

read: Elverton cottage has been Improved ,

$' by the addition of a two-storj Brackets -< J
WIrL a.OTr r31i.aa.o
!
EYE SPECIALIST. back building-otherwise, a kitchen ex We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; : < jj:

tension. 1 guaranteed genuine. We also( carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. Wa want
Jacksonville Fla FANCY CABINET WARE. !
street AND
Bay your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. 1.1.
Mrs. John Miller went to Fort Pierce,, .
on Saturday, to see her slater safely MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla. ,i''r f
Undertaking Department entirely separate.
N. ;
started her and Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. .
est Palm Beach. on journey to Canada nrWe only

i Menominee, Mich., to visit relatives. Sh: . -- ::1
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----- ---- -- - -
expects! to take In the Pan-American on

Lory M.Flagler has returned to Palm I her return trip, and will probably be absent I Rockledge. -. Malabar. Testimonial.! ,1

few three months
fcb for a days.R -' James O. Wlgnall, Boat Builder, No. 013 I

MOHBS was called'to Miami,, Mrs. J. II. LeTourneau left on Monday The Taylor cottage, on the old May C. W. Bolton and I* II. Wells, from Warren St., Kensington, Philadelphia IE

I days this week, on court business.pstlco ? for'TItusvIlle, for a visit of one day QOODB A OOOD'E.-ReAI Estate and Loan.. property, is almost completed, and a very down the river, have joined forces, and J. O. Walton, Esq., Tltusvlllo, Fla. : "

called tcni with Mrs. W M. Woodward. She was for jtttna, London and Liverpool and comfortable it is. are now enrolled aa fishermen. Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Machine tl
II. B. Sanders was "Globe, ProvhloI "e-WaablnKton, and Sun Fin roomy, cottage .
joined there, on Tuesday, by her parents,, are In use in boat and
ray
I Saturday on Important business and Insurance. Special. attention paid to the has the The fishing business Is looking up, and ahor'
Capt. Mrs. T. E. Richards and her interest of non-resident.. Work been begun on Sebrlng! are regarded as an great

torney Geo. M. Robbins, of Titus- two children. They all proceeded to At- cottage, just south of the Wooten place good shipments are being made dally utility: It saves time and labor and Is

i, was a welcome visitor to our town,, lanta for a visit of six weeks. HOTKL CARLKTON-Open the year round. Its Geo. Qlngras hal the contract for the This make the shipper feel good as of great service In calking light boat i
( Hirhtf spot| to spend winter or summer. Lo- building. well as the express company. where
of
finish Is
week. beauty l slred and
There was a very swell wedding, Saturday rated! on high bluff overlooking tbe Indian < it
Mrs. I.. C. Clifton Miss Myra Williams The drove to Melbourne on does not bruise the like
\. Jf. b. Burnham made three pro- evening,In the colored settlement River Term. moderate. postmaster seams the old
onal visits to Danla, and one toirt at the Trinity Baptist church, followed FKAKK ROBERTSON,Proprietor. and Miss Gertrude Breeso are visiting Monday, and says he had a good time method of calking. I cheerfully recommend

last week. by a reception at the Masonic Hall. The for the ADVOCATE Mrs. E.S.: Williams at the Allapatahatchee all along the way until he came to the It as well adapted to meet the or- .
high contracting parties were Mary Graham mr: Subscriptions Farm, at Fort Pierce. creek. lIe did not mind manipulatingthe dinary requirements of the trade.
the of the East Coast will be
1 E. Ingrahatn, 3rd Vice-President of "charming" widow, and Timothy received pink at paper the Melbourne Postofflce., Miss Lizzie Hnghlett a most delightful wire to pull the mule and wagon Yours truly, JAS. C, WIOXAL.I..

| F. E. C. IVy, was in town a few Edgecombe. "De bride" wore one of party to her gave friends, last across, but three tons of water for ballastIs :Mr. Wlgnall's boat shops are adjoining

i this week, looking up Important Montgomery: Ward's choicest croatloas,, Major Penbody, of Jacksonville, was Saturday: evening. Her young guests were the enough to make a parson swear Cramp's ship-building yards. He Is buildIng I

I interests. of white satin and chiffon, and can led a In town, Monday, the guest of the Mo- Misses Cornelia Magruder, Mamie liar- The postmaster Is under an Indictmentfor : the boats for the men-of-war that 1

Jr. nnd Mrs. Geo. II. Maltby have shower bouquet of white roses. Her Bride house dee, Grace Hardee, Ella Singleton and murder, having, on Tuesday! killed n were built by Messrs. Cramp & Co

i beard from, and they are enjoying dusky loveliness was veiled by yards and Helen Hlngleton. aeven-foot rattlesnake. It was a very mr.1: <+'or sale by Jas. Prltchard & Son. .

it at Mr. Maltb)'s old home in Lam- yards of tulle. There was a maid of Already letters are arriving: from the fine specimen Its kind, but unfortunately ,
honor and flower girl who strewed the North asking for rates for board and L. F. Pettee In having extensive Improvements '
:Nottingham, England. : it bad to be shot, an It was coiled Notice
: choicest dowers for the white kid slippers cottages for next winter. made on his property. The .
under the brush and near the edge of
far :
Irs. Sackett Invited her Sunday School has back i
been moved
Thompson cottage
: to crush. "De waiters" were cladIn Lumber Is now on the ground for sheds the scrub. Doing at rather close rangeit AIT WHOM I'TM' V CONCERN' t
for day's pleasure on Friday central Wilkinson In 'TU
out a and the
conventional black, as also was de for Chus. K. Paran's pineapple field. cottage put was severed twain just ten Inches Tlilrtt: days f ti.r this d"tol will, In behalf -
| chartered a boat, and spent the day its Tile north and south cottages or Ue State of Florida, I I
y weddings inccnte
but de as at wlfftb a tux:
: ,
groom groom Mr. has of the work. flaco. from Its head. The postmaster's exoneration -
Mrs. Davidson, some four miles Downey. charge will converted Into two buildings, Sped to J. (1. Mendel: : for He fulluwlnr ili>.- i
I did not cut any figure. seems to rest on Its measurements. orlbod land: to-wlt: 8.: 10 A of W, itB A of SEA i
n> the Lake. All had a delightful: I I The steamer Spartan brought up from cosily fitted up for Mr. Pence's guests Thomases are not all dead but ot l'IW.o.. 3-1: 'Fr|>. 81. S. Range 1UI JIJ., noli lor
Doubting ,
Mm." C. A. Robinson entertained the Ankonn, last (Saturday, about 4,0,00(1( His residence will be built between thecottages taxes Julr\ Rrd, isle' ,, iinlosn good uatiHe lie I shown,

,pt. W S. M.. I'lnkham, of St. Aug. Tea Club, last Wednesday afternoon. 'A pineapple plants for W. T. Wells' planta" -whore the main cottage stood. come and see.. me on or.liuCura. Hi'l't.' loth, its):, why I ihoiild not
I - ----- -- -- IHHII Mid deed 'Ibis .
feature of the occasion was AUK- Uth, I"lt "' ,
'lie, has been a guest at the Seminole! very pleasant tion. The grounds are being laid off, cement Fireman's Clone Call. *<>al] A.A.8TEWART
jtlie last week, receiving many con- the reading by Mrs. Robinson of a letter walks laid, and everything put In 11 rat- A Cleric Circuit Court Hrevanl County, Kin.)
'addressed the club from of the Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Baker and son, : t'
lulatlons for the successful handling to one class order. "I stuck to my engine although every __
iio sloop-rigged bout Addle, whereby absent sisters, Mrs. II. W. RIcliAi'ds. It Walter, have returned home from their Ding: ached and every nerve was racked Notice. ,,

[won the race on the 14th. was decided to write a reply, which was visit to i South Carolina and other pointsof High living, Intemperance, exposureand with pain," writes O. W. Bellamy, a locomotive :

done, each one writing her part and signing : interest. many other things bring on Url .ht", fireman, of Burlington, Iowa, H1O ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCHRffi.: .

|re. ?f. S. Wyman, who has made hero her name'. After the letter was'writ- Mr and Mrs. Henry Stark, of Bay disease. Foloy' Kidney Curo will prevent "I was weak and pale, without any appe- 1 I7t1 I dare aftor thin ditto Mill on

with Dr...and Mrs. N. S. Burnham ten It was given to Mrs. Sawyer to road View, and Postmaster Farley, of Mala- ]Bright' disease nnd all other kid- tite and all mn down. As I was aboutto beh State of tlnrlda II !xixiut.. a

klio last year or more, left, on Mon- !, aloud, omltlng the names, but pausing bar, were In town Monday, doing some ney or bladder dUoidei's taken In time give up, I got bottle of Klocirlc;: Bitters lax for the ieed following' to K. K.ilimorlhuil Mini, Jr.. ,h.ndlo-wl&and, W, II. Maxwell lot, a
}, for a few months visit with her long enough between each part to allow and after It I felt as well aa ,, I ,
shopph%. Bo sure to take Foloy's. Wilson &: Son. taking HlooK :M Tltniivillu, Suction 0, Township" i'J: II
i In Iowa and Nebraska. Mrs. Burn- the company to guess who had writtenit. __ I ever did In my life." Weak,. sickly, HouUi of mange Mf Kant, Hold for taxes, .IU'llIlIth.

accompanied her sister an far assonvllie. As may be imagined,there was much Allen Campbell, of Roseland, Is in run down people always /gain new life, IHm unions, ,> Kood CHUBB bo shown ni,* on or I store f
Hm>toi"' >er Ird Itch, whir 1 I
\ It and If the town on a visit to his folks. We are always : : : "lioulU not Issue said'
merriment over recipient Cocoa. strength and vigor from their use. Try dned. This AiiKtiitt; itml,, 11101. I i

flie Misses Woodward.left, Saturday, enjoys the reading, as the club did the glad to see Mr. Campbell's cheer them. Satisfaction guaranteed: by B, H, (Clerk] A. A. STEWART.

Jacksonville sailing\ from there, Sunon writing; she will feel !greatly cheered. ful face among us. Wilson & Son. Price 5 Gilmore Filnk Eden paused .. ..
does through
If Mrs Henry Whipple not change -- ---- -- ---- -
the new Clyde steamer Arapahoe Miss Nellie Guard left, last Sunday' for
Sew York. On their return. in they her mind and move to Palm Beach before Jacksonville, where she will make her hero, Tuesday, on the northbound tiaiu nl AI. NSTATi()It SAIJI:. Sheriff Sale. ,

fall they will be located In common : the 2Sth:! she will entertain the club at homo for some time with Mrs. James '1'. Mr. and Mrs. Ulsbee and Mrs. Wagner i

where Miss Woodwardhave Clearvlew Villa on that date. and were over from Wed AND MY VIIITtTR: '
quarters, Hogg family Grorglanu on As Executor the Estate of William UNHKU OF ANT EXECtf- y
------" ls.nednneofthe'onntyrourtinend
studio to her heart's desire nesday. if
a Seeln nightmare 1.a la Dr. L. ... Peek of Mayport, arrived Treutler, deceased, I olTer at private sale fur llrovHrd, County, Florida' whnrvin
will have clauses in painting. things at night, or ,
The Cocoa In being Wlllliim Law U |
School-building pulntllT and
) Phoenix
I here, Monday, and was the guest of Mr'i the following dl'AcI'lbe\IHeltl Estate belonging Mill *
,
r. and Mrs.[ F.11. Houghton bid adieu common expect good leaultof sleep indigestion.with a ba'd stomach You cannot i and Mrs.. S. F. Gibbs. The noc'or's i put In good shape for the'opening of the to said Estate; Klondu I"uuiher' ,Comimnv.In dofrtndanr. .a O'lrporntlon, I have Ivvlod of the upon State and of I

heir legion of friends, on Monday! Dr.. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde, the new many friends were pleased to see him. sesulon on Sept. 1st. I No. 1. The grove known nn the 8c.onraorlnle on will tho sell. for uiinli to the highest and bunt bidder

left, to make an extended trip north remedy, makes a sound stomach that digests Wm. I. Foe, son of Mr.\ and Mrs. Frank Chas Crabb and Edith\ Cinbb wlllllon I grove on smith Hide of Ran Gallic FIRST MONDAY- IN '

re going! to their home In Wester- perfectly. Wilson & Son. Frank Fee, arrived from tbe North, last leave for Lake City: where they will creek, In Section:! 21 I, Township :27 South, BKPTEMUKR 1UOI.|

n[ Ohio. Their house-boat, the Denis week much to the delight of his make their future home. Range: East, containing about nj-\ acres Iwfora the Court Ilinim floor In the town of TI-
to be hauled out and thoroughly parents tunvllle during the l legal' hour uf Mile. nil that
and fiionds. He looks well and we hopeto 'I' Ronald I I Till U H fine grove a number of bearingtrees tract of land lyinu lit Hrevnrd
nviiteil inside and out, ready for thetor's Indianola.There G. of Lotus, was In town,, and clesnrllxiit. County, Florida
All keep /him with us.for a few weeks. Tuesday morning, en route to :Seabreeze follow, to-wltt
early return in the fall. : ,, Heirlimlnir 'no f. t due E.stf" the BonthaMt
join in saying: "God be with you The Literary Society met, last Friday on a visit to his parents.Dr. No. 2. All of HI of NEJ, Section 21, corner of monk "A," Flrher'n> ; Addition tit TltiiHTlllo -
I meet have been 0,000 slips alreadysold the and Township 27: South, Range i)7 East, covered lining at the lutora."crlon of Bliilff! and
we again. evening at home of Mr.
pretty L
T. Daniel Kroad .
from
returned points with ", ater. lying In said }:all Gallic sir from the Indianola pinery, to private Mrs. Clias. Horton. A well prepared down the Indian River line of Fisher addition 814 fuet
notice is published for application on Saturday hist River nnd Eau Gallie to the lnl n' utlon -
containing
i und all be In this Im- Hay of 111; h and
to planted lit
parties: program was tendered. Music was fur Ire remain here Orange stteeta, thnnua Kast
to for
expects time
he Governor of Florida for the right some
mediate It does seem about ::10 acres, more or lass. Via root lo a utreot tliuiiv 814 foot South
lung/
vicinity. strange nished on the piano by Mrs. Horton,
incorporate a stock company whichII when propagated, and now.The No. S. Commencing. at a post 102 fool I said. street to Hrnad street, thunrn West along
so
they are easily Miss lloke and !Mr. .John Nicholson. 2.U: feet. of ..
be Fruit
known as the Palm Bench girls of Cocoa and Hock- Broadis luho
so little care, that every one should not After the program was finished, about an younger South of Northeast corner post of SU'l I uf way W feet wide on all four sh.er! o
npany. This seems a move In the plant at least enough for their own: table. hour was pleasantly spent by the society ledge have organized a basket ball team of Section :41, Township 27 South, Range of laid land,
lit direction, besides being a stimulus The grounds ate situated at Mr. ; .10HE1MI P.
Single- 37 Ea t.1o'I'om thence run West 270 feet, BROWN.
all fruit and truck raisers in Dade We have passed the"stage of summer In social chat and singing college glee ton'*. thence East along Sheriff of Jtrevard County, Flurlilit.,
thence South l.'tT: foot 170
in which nearly all joined. ,
Albert and have reached the of songs,
nty. Our fellow townsman, quietness, point of
Herbeit
Coukllng, Tillman, former- feet, thence South A foot, thence East IOC
Whitman, Is the moving spirit at this stagnation/ but even that point; has Itsadvantages. Last Friday afteruoon,'during a squall, ly connected with the News, hero, was feet, thence north 112 feet to beginning Oiiunllait'M Notice of Application 111 "

of the line, and we wish him success. In rest and gaining strength the yacht Syble' sank 1n' deep water, up on Saturday and Sunday, visiting known as the Wilson cottage lot. I To. Sell I.
--- for renewed activities In the winter. The north of Kant Melbourne. Genige Phillips friends. i Lauds

Ir. Daniel Bantz Ottervllle la. : only recreation Indulged in these August was sailing her and noticed, shortly No. 4. That portion of 8W> Section .
says
ve had asthma and a very bad cough days and nights Is swimming, and those after he left the Melbourne dock, that At the gun shoot, last Friday] J. F. Township 27 South ItI\0jotl7: East T\.T,.. OTICK:IS ltaltr.RY: THAT On TH ON- +

years, but could get no relief from who cannot swim can at least splash, and she would not answer tbe helm; she bad Wooten was successful, winning twiceIn commencing at a point 370(..ot West from .f\. day the :Will day of August, A. O. liM, the \
even the babies rebel against ]leaving: the succession Mr. Wooten Is after that Northeast corner post on 7. Suction line uUd"rofll"I.l'II81'II.n/ of the eolale of
leak he
doctors and medicine I tried until ILk suddenly sprang a and before
HvywardA. 1'ui ton,.Tolm ,
handsome sliver aforesaid and (10 feet South of said l u and Kolmrt
and "I want to tim I want cup. as :( 'I fJlFt :
water
: could
Koley's Honey and Tar. It gave ; cry get her to shore she filled with C.! I'lUtou. minor helre .,* V. ffextoo
fnedlate relief, and done me more goodn to Um" (swim). water and went down. Messrs. Phtlllpi Section line for a starting point, thence iltiwaMtd, will apply| to lion Minor B. Jones*,
and To heal a butt use Banner Halve the run South 42 feet, thence East 100( ) feet, Juiltc of the ('Iroultbun' Oof the !Heventh Jn-
all the other remedies combined, Beaujean are now working to ,
A ride out to the Indianola Pinery and get dlolal Circuit of Jl'lorld&.t Tltn.vlll..
thence South 420:! feet thence West to Florida.
H. Wilson & 80n.White. wallr through the grounds even since her up. If it had not been for the timely groat healer. guaranteed for wounds,, for authority tonal] at prlvatesale the Interest I;
a help of Messrs. Arthur Cole and John outs, sores, piles and all skin disease Section line, thence North 528; ft, theuce of nela. Infants (eaoh being an undivided une-
of the fruit Is about .
the shipment over, East 717 feet more or less ton point 10(1fqet ( fifth Interest In and to
Clohecy who took a boat and went toMr. Use no substitute. Wilson &: Son. ) those lots or parcel' of
.
was enjoyed, Tuesday, and suggested to t West of Southwest! corner of plat of land lying and lining. In the town of Cocoa: In the
City. the writer that they are well called pine- Phillips' assistance at once, he County of jlrevard and State of Florida known
!Hnino:'! tbence South! 150 feet thence and
d..ocribed
would have fared badly.A. aa fOllow.,
surely o-wt i Lot TV
,- apple patches, for by the time one has Georgiana. East ir.p feet to West side of F. K. C. eight (*). nine (U)and ten (((10)), of blnnk H seven, aocnrif-( ; I

'. P. Christiansen is suffering from an I walked through the plants their clothes Hallway right of-way, thence North on |Ing| to Delanneyli pint: of Cocoa,and "being a pare, I

irk of chills and fever. will be ready for many patches. TbU It. Davis, Mt. Sterling, la., write : West side of F, E. C. Railway rlght-of. (of,lfl)Government, townsliln lot two((2)of) section. tulvty-tfirea

i reminds me of what one tourist said to "I was troubled with kidney complaintfor Mr. Hall and daughter: were visiting way 00) feet, thence East to point of beginning thirty-all: <3ll)east twent.lour Also lot(24)! )five south(bof) of Blnefe-range {I

>Irs. P. Jensen and her niece Louise, me last. winter, on seeing a pineapple about two years,' but two one dollar Mr*. Carter and daughters on Friday.A. : :, excepting railroad rljb&ofwaJtbroujth ton's tint addition I to the town of i oooa and lot,,
IB the guests of Mrs. J..Nelsen! last I patch for the first time: "Is that the way bottle of Foley' Kidney Cure effected a said land. Containing about 1acres one(I)of Blniflnton's, second addition to Cnraia* I i
I B. Carter I III .
boating 10,000 belnic of
pineapple apart the northwest ,
day they ? Why, I though: they quarter (NWVV
grow" grewon permanent cure. B. K. Wilson& Son. plants from Malabar, to bo put out Including the County road. This of the southeast quarter. (HKH/: )of section .
3ur school opened last Monday, and I trees. Now, I think there was less on MM. Green' place at Lotus. tract lies a young grove of COO or 000 three (:'U), town.hlp twenty-four (24)), south,

r schoolmaster, Mr' Garrett, Is living excuse for such Ignorance than for the tree on It, and an artesian well, etc range itlrty-alx; tad)east
Mr. Belts' cottage. < person who on seeing oranges growing South Rockledge. Misses Myrtle Baldwin and Mary Witt- DAVID B. PAXTOJT, .
No. 5. at Southeast of
Begin corner Quarrtlan.
for the first time exclaimed feld .
on the tree i spent.. very pleasant day with the
Mr. Flndly and and Mr. Lamont are "What are those things,gourds?" There r Misses Jennie and Hattie Bower on Friday lot now, or formerly owned b'J. L. Harrison ContnilMMfoiier'g I

th having pineapple plants set outS was a little excuse for this case, a. the Major Magruder Is Buffering from sore thence run South across- Elbow Sale For A tlm Inistrntrix. -
week. So also baa Messrs. Seaman' to be the Washington creek to North boundary of land belong
orange happened large eyes. Mr. and Mrs. I
il 1 Orrel. I naval, and really looked as ranch Hughes and niece MUi log to Wm. Troutler thence East along ,
Sufficient number of mosquitoes to Winnie Dixon, were Invited to spend > Section line which I II the North bound "
f red Christiansen came up from Jento like a gourd without a stem, as like an keep ns company Thursday at the hospitable: home of }Mr,. ary of Wm. Treutler'land to North bankof UNT>.:n AND BY VIRTUE Of AN ORDER ;
idea \\of
the
attend the dance last Saturday. orange, but a gourd ever and Mrs. A. A. Baldwin A letter received Elbow thence West /esoedoniof/ the Court of the Coun
growing on a. tree wa quite as funny a* A letter from E. L. Magruder, whose creek along bank ty Judge,In and forftrevard County Floe
Hoke accompanied him. They re- from Leland, the same day announced ida,
of said creek to point of beginning being on the application o! JCmlly L. Price. Ml-.
pineapples growing on trees. family Is now in Wisconsin that his
oed on Monday. say his safe arrival at his uncle's., In Section 21, Township 27 South Range ml.ilstratrtx. of the mtate cf J. T. Price, deo_ V ,
youngest child died last week, and his Perley Wilder of Crowley La. ( ed. 1 will sell at pnbllo auction for cash to the
Mr. 37 East. This land I is covered with the
Pagan has returned to White City FOR WHOOPING ,COUGH.-"Both wife Is very)low with consumption highest and beat bidder on the RallroaU Dock:
>m Jensen, where he spent the aum.r. children taken with whooping House are already being rented for waters of the creek. at Tllusvllle In said County,on the

lie has moved 1'. Jensen1 house cough my ," write were Mrs. O. E. Dutton, Danville the Miss Stewart Kate Frink I I. np at her old home the coming winter. People contemplating No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot 21, FIIUT MONDAY IN SEPTEMBER: : 1901,

Oleander avenue. place-packing up her a winter borne In our healthful, Houston' addition to Eau Gallle corner during
| the
111. "A. small bottle of Foley' household Imal honre of sale, all the
effect personal
to be removed
to quiet little town bad better be of Houston street and of the
street the
The dance given by the Popular and Honey and Tar cured the cough and savedme Eden where she will make her home making through property All atat.of.1.T. Price to-wlt
arrangements for houses or to Itoesch addition fronting 109 feet the personal property of .al.state, in
teal last doctor's bllL" Wilson fe: Son. filer places on -
Improvement Club, Satur- a with brother Gilmore. board, a* the prospect are at Houston street. cluding leveral Iota ot linen twine, corks' sndleadleads
present
l lo
ad.
y.night, was well attended and enjoyby -
those who attended. What I La old Brevard, going to do about that everything In that line will be filled No. 7. Commence about' 9 chain/ 3B and nei 4 quarts of'psini, II lantern

Hardeeville.Albert the State Fair? Is she going to let all this winter. link West from Northeast corner of glob, 1 lot of tool. I lot of natl.,1 clock, 4n
barrel.
laos Christiansen and his brother, the other counties get ahead of her I Chas D. Provost II I busy now a* our Section 20, on Section. line between Section empty nest, and nine, truck Ash. hosts wh..1 with wagon!mast and, lalln.liar-,

dew, have arrived and are making hope not. We have the material within new merchant, selling and delivering *17 and HO( ,run West 0 chain 13 link, reps.and two pair oar look and anchor and

"partitions for fall and winter gardenon Wilson II building an additionto the county to make a fine exhibit. good All unite In extending to him a thence South 10 chain D4 links, tbence trlx. Bald.... la by the Administra

Irer.The: their old homestead west of the his house.B. Word come from some of onr old cordial welcome to our little town and South 00 degree 80 seconds,East :3 chain by.Commissioner.. to pay debti and for dla- i

Is making wish bins success in his home to Eau Gallle River thence follow the JOHN' R.
N. Simmons Improvements friends In the West, longing for the timeto new ; WALKER,
continuous rains of last week on his house. come when they can return to Indian which, by-the-way, 1 I. much too hand- bore of Eau Gallle tether In an Easterly auglrt: CommUsloner.IIII1 .

vs Increased and every savanna andeh IIattieDlck80n' River, for they have been baked some a residence to be occupied by Just direction to a point due South from placeof ----
Black has Mrs long
i Is overflowing. But It Is early In Fred S. bought enough, and that from the weather one lonely bachelor. "Set your caps" beginning, thence north to point of For Divorce
will say
and
B season, and farmer are not worried place, soon commence report In the ADVOCATE ( all take girl, and success to the lucky ones. beginning, containing 9 acres, more or -
house and they
f'ttt* the prospect of a winter crop clearing repairing and more painting land. the it) we do not know what hot, and dry Miss Kate Prink and friend were call- less, and known a* the Kitchell place. ; IN TUB cmcrnT COURT 1Y AND rots BRC-
e'1 are up
making big calculations, which No. of vard County,Florida.bb. .
weather 1 I. log on Mss Maude Langhlln on Friday 8. NEBE Section 28, Township
bope
will be realized. Master Caud.Slmmon8 received a very morning and Saturday afternoon. Miss 27 South Range :37 East, containing lot i J'redertoll. ,10 CbaDoe1'7.
serious cut on his hand a few days ago, What "One of the Poor Folks" said In Maude acres, less railroad Y.
the last Issue went over In the mail boat to vis rightofway.No. I Bill for >"'<"
f ROM" THE by falling on an axe. Da lost a great of the ADVOCATE 1 I. very Annie E. Webb
it
OCALA EVENING STAR Mils Kate until Sunday afternoon 9. NW)(of Section 28 Township
It
amount of blood before Dr. Holmes true, as a poor house I* certainly a degradation appwulDtf by the bill of complainant txblbltml -'
Of April let, 1901. reached him but baa been doing well to an old settler, who baa al- when Mis Kate boarded the afternoon 27 South Range 37 East, containing 160 nf anil lllixl Tn aalil cans*,anil the atttdarl,*
train for Jensen where with her brother acres, less railroad right-of-way. complainant that the defendant Annie E.
since, and the wound is nearly healed. ways worked hard, and met with some I Webb I* a non-rneldent of tba Btata' of Florid,
she will make .
'We misfortune but her future home. No. 10./ 4J: oo.l00.aore. 'less railroad and rcsldee,
are'lndebted io Mr. George Close on the other hand it may to-wlt i In Boarborougb, In th* Uni
the finest cabbage,; and lettuce we haver Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ord and their lit make some of them get up and scratch, This removal leave the well known right-of-way being'part of Lot 1 and of ted I Kingdom of Oreal Hrltaln. "

seen grown In Florida. Mr. Close Is tIe girl passed through here, Sunday, rather than go there. place,'la of the late Captain Stewart entire. NEjiofNW (, Heetlon 5, Township 27 pear Now before you the th*Judge said Annie ol our 11:Court. Webb be sad ap-
tLe
,'Ian of on their to Canada for a few weeka'v181& ly band of stranger Mouth 37 on
flue Judgment, and one of the way relative Friend. boarded Range Kast, known a* J. L. SATURDAY, AUC1UBT MTH,A. D. loot,
At
Stewart

I.i he i"cce"'ul u as generous truckers and large In the hearted State i! the train among at City Point and at this station Says Ife Was Tortured."I Working 24 Hour.* a I)ny. Nn. 11.place.Lot 17 and 18, block 4, Townof to answer will said..bill entered of complaint against,or you a decree and proBOnfoseo tna- .

I he Is and accompanied them a few mile on suffered such from complainant will be allowed to proeeed I
prosperous" Mr. Close bought pain corns I There' no rest for those tireless little Eau Gallle. with his said ex-pun

see from the Old Reliable Seedsman their journey.A. could hardly walk." write H. Roblason, worker*-Dr. Kings New Life Pills. No. 13. Lot I. block, Town of Eau It In further cause.ordered that, tnla notlmt be pub
ISSuttoo, who handle the best I llillsborongh. 111*. "but Bncklen's Arnica lished In the EAST' .
only Million are always busy, curing torpid Gallle. Quitclaim deed for this OOA8T ADVOCATE a new.
oy to be bad especially adapted to R. Bass, of Morgantown, Ind., had Salve completely cured them." Acts liver,jaundice,biliousness fever and ague. held under Tax Title. only- paper Isrhl conseeutiva pnbllsned In weeks.laid county!: ,one* weak: for. a

< strains makes a f the to get np ten or twelve times In the night like magic on sprain, bruises, cut,sore, They banish sick headache, drive out For Wltnesa the Honorsbla"Minor B.Joas,
specialtynt and Jodie
eat 'C lec- and bad severe backache and pain In the Mjald, barn, boll., nicer Perfect healer malaria. Never gripe or weaken. Small price term address of.al
ce, Oolonand Tomato Seed. See dls- cldneys. Was cured bl Foley'. Kidney of kin dieae* and pllej. Cure guaranteed taste alee work! wonder Try them., JOHN HENRY I Conn>f jim Hou.., ...In Tltuvlll,Florida,tale l tn day
Executor Estate of A. n.
ay advertisement In another column. Sure. I t's guaranteed. Wilson &: Son. by B. R. Wilson Son. 29cta.: Wm. Treutler deo'd. Ct. IDOL
:ttteU at B. R. Wilson A Son'*. TltunUle.; Florida. ( Ct.8al.) A. A. STEWART, "
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Mbotipce; as1 a pninderrng monopoly: a VtsTIBUlQl
l e
; ) Choice Vegetables but h 'keeps l-oo In his old Imbecile way y PanAmericanThe EXjJOslliTRAI

g _ of wearing oat his ,horses and wagonson 1 IrdITED a
execrable roads General Stone tells a e t !

*1 always bring high prices. him that If be would have the courage PIS BUFFALO, N. Y.

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to face the cost .f reasonably good I ,
To raise them successfully roads tbe farm property of the country y o May 1 st to November

j, would appreciate probably J5.000.000.- ( o% DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE tlt I I.

fertilizer con- 000. Here In the north we have seen .
a tbe light but we are not so far advanced J yf'i
Air Line
Seaboard
In tbe reform that we can afford Rail
taining at least 8 % to disparage the cotton states. 3'/ i r 1. a. J

May tbe New Orleans convention teacb
I Potash should be used. them tbe kindergarten principles of Offers low Excursion Rates from all Florida points Tickets" )
good( 'fondmiiulng! Tbe more of such 3'm ,Rates from JACKSONVILLE $42.30 and $42.95; TITUSVILLE. IalO| ;. i-l.......
+' Our books furnish useful Information on conventions ttm better r ponding.low rates from other points.

all subjects relating to It Is a fortunate fact In tbe historyof r .rv kGFl Double dally service, Including Sunday, via RICHMOND and w'"pnGTp
the good roods movement that It Is 3.
crop raising. They are For further Information write...
exceedingly: lufcctlous and. when once
sent free.GERMAN. started, spreads with great rapidity. A. O. JUcDONELL, Asst. Gen I'aag. Agt. Jnrk ,

That has been the experience of Maasnchuwtts. -
( KALI WORKS R $s. yl .
t 03 NuunuStroot, New Jersey and Connecticut
y New York. / and it Is u I ''tf + that other states will not be exception
to the rule. ''A well mails and well e Double dally trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULE! Hi -n'rAItI: '

kept thoroughfare demonstrates rts Yi r ayfl1Yt -Through without; changeJACKSONVILLE .
value so conclusively' that there la no FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND: -'I i 'II IS

use in attempting to deny It In tbe ( -Close connections made in Union Depots foi.

presence of any one who has seen the Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and all points West .nn, \ .I'thll'eat.

truth. Thus the number of advocates . rri-'V ceIdr Sailings . Be sure that your ttcket reads via --
Free and
of road Improvement continually multiplies WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD and NASHVILLE, < II \ I '. pOOYIt \

r Accented Masons. and minorities are converted Into BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ST. LOUIS RAILWAY .

majorities In a manner surprising even For Information relative to rates schedules etc., write
to themselves both T. M. DOYLE, Fla.,Pass. Agt, Jacksonville, Flu
at Charleston ways)
C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. 11. F.SI\IITII., I nilir" IIanag:

a, Indian" No. 00Titusvllle Hnral Mall Delivery. The FulleCalling in the Coastwise Service Atlanta, Ga. Na.h.tlh Teat

.i River A factor wbkb will now assist the -

good roads luowmtMit\ Is the demandfor The. Clyde New England and Southern Lines. -
i Lodge. nrFlorida.. .
rural mall delivery. The carriers
t' Hold It* ui.etlnir' tbe nennnrlanil fourth Friday Direct beivlce Between PLANT SYSTEM
uf each. month al tbalata "Armory 'Titus Want better roads and the farmers
i ,,I "llle.at 7,IK o'cliM;. p. tn.TI want Hie innII delivered promptly and Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
TI (><><>. W. Haoble Wornhlpfnl Maater. ,
J. K. Walker Henlor' Warden the two are causing good roads movements .
a3 <;.S. Scliuyler.Junior Warden. wherever there Is a request for (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
( J.M. Jlxon: Iraatiiirer.V. : vBonthlound The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections
the rural I There from BEAU-WEEKLY."JLlNG81
delivery. are 300to'sr,1)
i ,i'' .. A. Morgan/ Heoretary.K : ........................ .........., .. ........... ......from Lewis Wharf. Boston all rail. The Atlantis Coast Line, via Charleston Rlclimrii
via ,
-I; L.A.:CiirrutliMni Hughes Cliajilaln., Senior I '' Dnaoon. routes in Iowa now and established Ml applications or recommended Northbound................. .......... .. ............ from foot of CaUerln.ftr"et.! Jacksonville To the East and Washington. The Southern Railway, via Savannah. Colunttl
W. M. Woodward. Junior Deacon.O. -
II ,Bcreven" Senior Stewart) pending at the headquarters of tbe and Washington. ITft
C. H. Walton. Junior Steward. western division at Denver.there; are Clyde St. Johns River Line.DeBary West t The Southern R'y via Jesop, Atlanta and Chattanoogo Thellt
K.K. Miiui jr.. Trier. I the
___. .-_ 170 applications pending from Nebraska : ( Loon) N, via' Montptomery.: The Southern:! R'y via Savannah:! ColunhinndiAsheville.
333 front Kansas and IS: from BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. The M & 0 R'y via M..t,; mery. J

IIfIGHWAYEDUCATION: South Dakota. The nine special agents Stopping'rMatka, Astor, Bt. Francis Bermford. (IteLnd).Blue Bprlags.nd"" intermediate landing To, the East via SteamBhlp. Via 8 avn.lllah and Ocean S S Co, for Sew Tort,1
..J I In the western division would be kept *onthaSLJohn'sRiver.STEAMER Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants* Mlml
f busy for a year and a half Investigating "11. G. WAY. Transportation Company for Baltimore. I
{ GOOD ROADS CONVENTIONS IN THE new routes It DO others were asked CAFT. W. A. BHAW. To ]Kay Went and Havana,vin Fort Tampa aad PeoJ sular & Occidental Stearaittf]!
,; Leave foot CatberlneStreet. ,Jaoknonvllle IJ::1'0'1'.m.. Tuesdays a.lId. Baturday. *. Breton and Prince Edward Island, via Boston and Can&k I IAtlaatio
LINE OF PROGRESS.TMijr To Nova" Scotia, Cape ,
for. Itomes' are being established to "'w.lIhontoro 5:00: a. m Knterprlve. B.80: a._,.Mondays anil ........Iay..
i Iowa at the rate of 12 to 10 per day. and, Plant Steamship line ton Halifax, Hawkesbury and CharlotteltowM1Lt1rnrL ,

Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 2< 14 W. Bay St.
Plant 8.*d M-hlrh Mar 0._ Jacksonville.
.....t. ...! Hear FroH-K.rmerTf A Cure for Cholera Iiifaiitunr. S- : T uEl.XSTS TXOR.ETS: : : :
i Taxation of A.C. HAOKRTX"'t' Psea.i .r, ...llMWMONOtR, fn., Fh Pa.il..ltlr..FI.( will be on Bale at all points on the PLANT SYSTEM to the principal MounUI,|
Savvlaa
me hoard11I4ahway.En.oaraae "Last May," lays Mrs Curtis Baker It)State St..11ew York 2iH Went hay ttt.. ; Lake and Seaside Resorts throughout the country until September iO, Incluiln,!
the W..k. of Bookwalter, Ohio, "an Infant child of THOB. D.HALEY.Local rreignt.' Agent, : I--I? LUVJIII) lA..t.. Fla. 9mni. I
limited return until October :31
/ font Itacan It.Jacksonville,Fla. I root Hogan|. CL, .tockftonvllle, Fla. to
/rl Commenting on the good roads convention our neighbor's was suffering; from cholera JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent Foot Hogan 8t ,Jacksonville" II'la.TRBO. Cheap excHTBlon ratea to BUFKAFO\ T., account Pan-American Eipoeltloj,j
Infantum. The doctor had given up all O KOKK.: General Manager. WM. P CLYDK: : ro.. ttenenl Agents.Chess to visit Niagara FalW' { I
I j recently held at New Orleans hopes of recovery. I took a bottle of seugh Building 19 State St.,Opposite! Battery ...rll. ;Xew'Terk. enabling Addresses passengers of parties the North: ent to tie undersigned will be liberally .I

: 1 ;' the X'ew York Sun says: Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Di C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tlttwville Fla. plied with all Information and handsome advertising matter. I
Thero are no worse roads( In tbe arrhoea Remedy to the house, telling .
_ -- - -- Western and Southern Statute I
--- the Lantern
be ,
,country than are found In tbe soutuern them I felt sure It would do good If used will on sale throughout Northernv I
FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant System, during the season of IIJOO.II101.UIIIoIted
,
rstoCes. The proof Is furnished by the according to directions. In two days'time

i4 ii t t defMrtment of agriculture; which baa the child had fully recovered, and Is Florida Addresses to return of until parties May in 31st the,north with IIbel'a.llltop-owel'sent t* the undersigned priviledftes will In be Florida.liberally! rep-1
East Coast
J V ( I .4nvastgnte' the cost of transportation' healthy now (nearly!girl. a I year have since recommended) .a vigorous'! this, I Ry. plied with information and handsome aol urtl lng _tter.

.
onrroads: In different parts of the country
t remedy frequently and have never knownIt F. M. Jolly
revision PasBenser Agent.
and makes this estimate: "In the ,
I I the northern and eastern states where sale to alldruKgistsand fall In any single medicine Instance.dealers" For The Table No. 84. la Kffect July 7r IdOft. 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, ,,

the average wagon haul for farm prod- BOOTH B. W. \Vrenn Passenger Trafile Manager, ,Savannah, Ga.
BOUND
(Road Down> (dhadtlbl! KOKTH BOUND.
I : 'ure ranges) from 5.9 to 6.0 miles to Wboles.le a.t...... No 80 nu.UA No CAx W. B. DENHAM General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga.
haul a cerMlii fixed weight to railroad As regards facilities for bathing Daily Dktl? STATIONS. Dally DatlyUlOOa
l O
_ i I or tout costs $1.80; in tbe prairie states which every Filipino demands there la SigR -, -

land the southern states generally the open bay with Its miles of clean 405pBA 11 KM KB lh LT,,,,,,.,,Bt Jaok >nnlle.....,.., fwp fftp 90a. f: !

'wb.ra the average haul Is 8.8 miles It salt water ready at any time of tbo I 'idi: t BA P 1147* . H.ettn ntlae..L. 16 p 6 q" CD COg "
+ SlOp UidUv> ..... ...Rsat .. ... iVUaViioa i
l'alptk.
a $2.72, and In the cotton states for free bath. The 1466p kIe Oj
1eof5 day or year a genuine A' o n 64Hp UUU|> ......... Neoga..u. 41fp :
IWI11tfAtely, where the haul Is 12.0 miles Filipino i is. half amphibious loving W 4) UJ TlMp7UKp UMp ........... .Bnnnella ...... 4U7P4UUp 718* O! At : Soutb
.. ... ......." 't
Ufcip Dupout .. 7U7a
the.ost la *3.011. the water and: swimming'like a flsh. t f: N I; rNt 1'Ap e'........*...Orraond............." 88 p11WP 88 a e 2 G ern
i i In the spring of the year a southern An example of this may be seen In tbe O a) 7 Up 107p Daytona.,.......... I2dp I (a
.... ..PortOran .. mG M. COt
? highway connecting back towns with large tobacco factories of BInondo c4 mx 80-1) 2U7p lop ? ge 812p S e 00a.ilia r;; y

with their 10,000 employees. When theday's ;} ) Boy ilaueHObp .. NeOakH+1Iua..r SOuup c+
.
+ .....r..... L86p.. .. a COc
'
; labor Is done, the thinly dressed ; M Ota .. ... 4HpU4Hp .......... ...Ooooa, ...,....,,.. ....... ..tD.a td ,
t workmen men women" and children cd ., RocklnriRe Junotlon... 1 RailwayDIftBCT
p o hoft m . Chip ......... .EauUallle.. '...,.. p+ .
speed-laughingly/ to the bay. plunge into t7J SI Ili .eip! ..*...... Melbourne,..v... '" 4167. y
, the waiting waves and come out a aoAp .... .. HftbuHttan.. ....... , o a MCO
t E4'r! .. ..16Wip . ....... tit. Lltola 11 lla
clean, cool and refreshed.
z:. Ledger .. Burp ......?? Fort l'leros..y.. HUoalUKOa ....... Cd
Monthly __________ ocSd | 8'i P ............. ,., .........
BfepUHp ........... ..... td
: For mosquito bites or stings of Insects 04) .A .. ... '*..,.'. ......Jensen......... w to 1.G M ; IJ.INB-QU'CK TIMB TOBaltimore.
I k animals or reptiles,apply Ballard's Snow O M q .6 alp> Stuart y.... Iu ...... ,.. CO
a . .. TTl-V '. fobs sound. ... 9 4i1s .
L., Liniment It counteracts the poison O IJ taip i.. West Jupiter.......... 8:Ifla : p 0 wasbtl'gtoe Pbno1ddp,
the wound subdues tbe Inflammation CO 4'.a d A .. .. T bop .......West Palm BmMib..... Y sew . .... tdA" Ikw York ei u0o. Qlaclaaatl1OaiS0111e. ..
f'r' r and heals the flesh. Trice 25: and 50 cts. . antp ...........BorDton..,.. ... a ..1 10).CO BIr/ringlMI"
SS.2cu A
.. Atlanta ,
I II I Blip ....... .. Ifs cni ,
I it B. R. Wilson A Hon.A e .G S M IM5Zp> . Fort Laudenlnli.... I El !.
fbo1U'0oga Coils Kansas(
St.
: Voraroltca Gvnlaa. "d mofip ......,.,.Lemon Miami City..., .,.... 688. ...... F AND AL.,. POINTS rnmpMj EAST, ANt>, WBHT.PfO .

The history of wireless telegraphy HntT. t Parlor Car on rrelne 35. and TB

would not be <<'OlUpll'te'wltbouC some o 8tt No 8llyI 0. '_ No Iri Xo.ISiNo,20 No.UiVo M OTMBR LING PPOADA A8RVIC0 UIKB TJlIS'
mention of Joseph Henry, America's > llj tltllr Daily Doily MATPORT BRANCH. Dally Daily Dally Dally Dally ; ,

greatest scientist for It was he who '3si; T f ; ,es 1 Wr 2 any,iiil .... .J..k.U. As. TltoTSaUOa;. TiiP I THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
first In 1842. discovered tbe oscillatory esbp 641p' eap. IIItiI> WWoo "v, ........6oJ.ksonvnbs..Lv, : Iota ea Stp 1.:1p: Clip:
; ... .. .. .... OI AND Trig U. S. PAST MAILTo
character of certain electric discharges lessen 7 9p lp *4.lplllUJ64p .. Pablo Bosoh .. fI S 11'4up b lop lwp .
101161' Wp44p 146p lIUBa ....AUaatloBeech...... Sits U6p 6011p 'Sip
_ I ( + anti who showed that these oscillations 10 Mm 8U11p>l SlWplliaUa Ar?... .,' "...Mayport ..........L" ii Iu.74t.I' 'Oun 4Mn> SlOp To tor Haat: and .

WOM.IMO TEDS ROAD KOI.LXB produced disturbances which could by No.or N", No.U No.il N o.4elNo/7PALAT1IAbRsNCH| Na46No.4nN.| o.M (a Qb -
)4 th4.railroad la little better than a quag suitable receivers be detected at distances Dally All 'Mly Pally Dally Daily Dally Dally Dully'Dolly Dail D ai..lj THE" CINCINNATI &. FLORiD LIMITED
TBp.TUUpl li P "iMp Utlpfflllla I T86aTM. L.. .P..la.tk..Ar TSSi 82.lat 1pl Talfp
of, rods and through Intervening p ;

; To
does thin to the many til "Y..and ISot-tH-Wwat.:
mire. What mean '1106 4ll Itlkl JlII60 Ar..Eaa* Pslsrka.Lv 7 Inn 8o:aa lfbp 1l00p lCipNo. ;

planter farmer and truck gardener buildings, writes Professor , |>..4diNu 6 The line through "The Land of the Sky" Ashevlll, Hot
Ames In The Review of Reviews SAN MATEO BRANCH]
of the department Joseph
"The load says a report -, paTMp )jel [DallyfoallyDaHyD.gy
"that lie even arranged an apparatus I :! LT.Ar. ,., ..... ........... East: Palatk.. .. .. ... 1&p; Springs N. C. Finest Summer Reaort'Settion In the
horaja' can more o/ agriculture on Iron rails on a levvl one on this principle to respond to the f M .:S2: ,...... ""... ",.. ... .. ,. .. San 1\1......... ...." ...... ..... ..... ,.. L.II i / 411a1_7 sip World. Through Sleeping; Cur from, Jacksonville to

road require a horse and a half on lightning discharges of distant storms. o. | o. I OB I No. 8'nd.'Dally 4 No 11BANFORD.RANOB.11 I NolJ Ashevlll and rUt Spring; North Carlina.deice .

t level asphalt pavement. 3H horses on The great genlu of Henry was never OANOS.Dally.ftn .....IiI.C... Dally HUftn
the. beat Belgian block pavement: 7 more apparent than In his luvestlga 1 iIagl T 5 I."......... ..TIt"M'iIl.) ... .....:.witI up of Roatt' 'to PMvHmtrkan GtpoXtt''''i; BufTilo, IL Y.
of electrical and their I 1 440P4li 71St "......... Mima, ...........,.L, I ere
tlon
homes on cobblestone), 20 homes on discharges } 3 1161' .p Alta ..... .Ostaen.e.' ..... 1167.4Qep11146.Ar.Orasf.Qo7Je."I Through Vcstibuled Trains,. Pullman Dra.r.-I'1tOID Sleeping Can,
I'i. dirt roads and 4O horses on oscillatory nature. It la a lasting testimony .11\1 YBU.Ae.........JEntorprlM.: ., .. ..
ordinary -, .. ....... 11SaAmi Through Coackcs.BXCUULJBtNT .
to the Ignorance Americans fanfont,........... "
it IIIUl!!." These figures are not a* significant among \
_ of course for the New York et their own great men that the Tbeee Time Tables show the, time at which train.lpay be exnnoted. to arrive and depart OIINIINO CAR ABRVICB.
farther' as for bis brethren south and name of Joseph Henry was not Included from the aeraraJ emtlone.. bat thaip arrival. d. $_ at the times 1 stated la not irnaraateed. Trough Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated la Connection(
nor do the Uorapany bold Itaelf reeponiilW* fer Bay delay or any oonaeqnenoee arte-
In tbe first DO selected for the Hall
1 wet but they are pregnant enough to tag therefrem. with tile Plant System front Jacksonville.
t, male him ponder. They should be displayed of Fame of the nation.
PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL A" for Ticket vU Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.
-
on every signpost In the rural
Tke /...of Elprrlm_. 'O ....Ft-
parts. STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AFMIAML B. r. ABY.. Florida PaM.nr "'pa&1 West Bar: a".I .ONVJl.

"I t ' ,Oeneral Stone of tbe United States When I was :20/1 thought 1 was 40; 9. H. BA.DWICIC.O-s.r.l ...r.... Art
Pan. B.T..noa..e.
W.
cads bureau has compiled some ttg- when I was 30 1 thought I was 50: BETWEEN .MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. W""UIUltiTUS.B. o.I "'at ATLANTA GA.J..ity .

urea bearing on the good roads problem when I was 40 1 thought I was 23. teave Miami Monday and Friday ...1100 pm Leatv. Ravens Wo which are Illuminating and even startling and when I was CO I wondered If theywere Arplra Key West Tun,and Saturdays 1111II pm Arrive Key Went Walt. and Mate. '... fooirtnLeare "
going to bring In the high chat" Key West Tu_ and Hnlnnlayi, (Klpra Lanes Key Went Thus and Buna.....180pm
lie estimates that ,It costs tbe Arrive Havana Wed and Monday. a 1)0) am Arrive Miami Friday and Mondays .. (00 am
farmers of the country every year the at the table and give on* the bottle.W. .- For oohr\ of local time card address any Agent
W. Goodwin. Retiring Harvard
enormous sum of Jt040.OOO.000 to haul J. D. RAHNER. A.d. Per. P..Ant. *T. AUOPSTINE.: CT.A
their products to rail and water, a sum Professor, at a Dinner In file Honor. -

whfcti exceeds the operating expensesof FLORIDA DAY.

all the railroad companies Two THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE .

", / thirds of, this sum might be saved, he DON'Tom ,
believe, by constructing good road TIlE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITIONTlrketnnoiv -]

Tb<.. Is a conclusion that must be proved If knew how SCOTT Patented In the United States, Great Bdtaln and Canada.
1 ) q to tbe satisfaction of tbe farmers of you
cacb district which Is not an easy undertaking EMULSION would build you PRICE, $4.00 and 8.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S. ,: | on sale viaMallory'
,
poor that,present since many outlay of seems them to are them so up, .increase your weight,. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States i
weak throat
of greater moment than prospective strengthen your For Sale by Lines

l at1,autlll-. and lungs and put you in condition Jas. Pritchard & Son

A who Is engaged In a struggle for next winter
man
you .
fM TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.SEE .
,
to keep tbe wolf from tbe door cant ..AT
to take it
hardly be expected to burden himself would begin now. THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.

s with an Increased road tax. Life Is SCOTT Send for A BOW ftv Mtnnlv N g':.,Ch and.try ml It..tS. -------- -.- -- --.- -- - --- --- LOWER n TIS THAN DY ANY OTHEK LINE. Including all m*
too,short aud uncertain be thinks. It' ... 409-419 Pearl street, New York. and bertb. Good going OD any Wp. Final return limit October 23. .,
1.,1
and>i.oo-ill drurrnliitn.gjtf For rates tic
.
joe OFFICE"Print descriptive ,
with much force and Illustrated schedulereservstlom
out matter
baa been pointed THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING ,
.d ... ---a e eta, apply to
that tbo farmer: A. W. PTK, Agent 820 W.Bay St.
S i an Increase! of a fraction of a rent a The ADVOCATE do job printing. all kind of Coamerclal JUtionery, Wedding Stationery, Card, Bill, Etc. : H.MALLORY A: S''lATMOND, Arnt. Brunswick and. ,>. f,
r mile,by a..tall04d.! .company, wjhl( cb be Co.Ge"'ra1"'ceotall.Burling. Slip; 588 Broadway :

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EAST; COAST ADVOCATE,.AUGUST :23, 1901 .


TITUSVJLLECI.A. ALCOHOLIC MEDICATION. -THE HOME GOLD CURE. JIKNI I j I "


Stated t. Be t.-. Orente- c.... .< i if !
: : : :RIVER:: aO'rEJJ: Intent.......... An Ingenious .atm..t bj Whlcfc Drank THE WHEELER I ,
ud are Beta*Cured Dally In Spit 1 ; "
TITUSVILLE;;, Above all other cause of Intemperance ,of ThentMlve. N*Notions:I>o... Open all the year. Altitude 2,550) I .
Is that of alcoholic medication I 1',
A Pleasant
the Nerve
No Weakenloc Golf links. Twenty-five acres
NDIAN RIVER, and the medical profession Is responsible Positive Cure fur the Liquor Habit. I
bedrooms Electrlo _fights.
FLORIDA declare the New York Liberator Ills now generally known and under -
/ The doctor Elves alcohol the stood that drunkenness a disease and Mineral Springs. Bath rooms. ;1 "

Imputation-t being a stimulant a termof not weakness A body filled with poison, For further Information and rates I I 1

t J. G. BAST, Proprietor. indefiniteness by some understood and nerves completely shattered by periodical BARDIN &: WHEELER, I
or constant use of intoxicating
to be equal to that of nutrition, but every liquors, requires an antidote capable of No consumptives taken. r tr

Q argument in favor of alcohol as a neutralizing and 'eradicating this poison .. I:
--
-- -----
---- -- -- -
The hotel front on thewideeweepofbay'olio ft In favor of ,t II'
medicine equally cogent and destroying the craving for Intoxicants. : -
1 / tv ( Its beverage- Sufferers cure them-
use as a may now
1 In width formed the ,
), by t
a alcoholic home without publicity or loss
If scientific truth upholds selves at
,, :_,,,. Indian River,ranking It a
,-; medication then are all our temperance of time from business by this wonderful t I.,
... y ,f a a_-,.delightful summer re "HOME GOLD CURE* which has been ,
sort Constant cool efforts In vain and our work an The
breezes from the sea and absurdity: hence the necessity for exact perfected after many years of close study Lexington "
faithful
Inebriates. The
of
bay. Flowing sulphur knowHwIge which can be had, only and treatment I
use according to directions of this won- .
springs. Special winter there la trouble with some of our derful discovery Is positively guaranteed American and European plans. I
rates. standard teachers, whom more modern to cure the most obstinate case, no mat
research has proved to be In error. ter how hard a drinker. Our records American plan $2.50 : II,

That alcohol Is a food Is dally dis show the marvelous transformation ot U. A. MKimrrr, Caterer. ''i
JACKSONVILLE. proved. It does not prolong life does thousands drunkards into sober, Industrious 1 1NE 'it
t
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not Increase one's strength. As with and men.
CURE '
drugs and other foreign, substances WIVES YOUR HUSBANDS II
of alcohol In the body Children cure your fathers? This reme- I
the
presence dy is In no sense a nostrum but Is a specific i
OVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
calls for vital energy to free Itself from for this disease only, and Is so skill- '
the Intruder. Too frequently this exhibition fully devised and prepared that It Is Hotel Kensin to ; :::
of vital resistance U. mistakenfor thoroughly soluable and pleasant to the

postofflce. Centrally located. and Increased vital energy and thus taste so that It can be given: In a cup of
Opposite
Thoroughly repaired re
many are led astray.; tea or coffee without the knowledge of Select Family and Transient
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, , . . Let us understand that dead matter the person taking it. Thousands of
and acts living matter. Living, drunkards have cured themselves with
Rates $2.50 per day up. never upon
organic matter la the only active agent this priceless remedy, and as many more ,
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. have been cured and made temperate men I I
In all the relations of physical life. An by having the cure administered by lov- Late of the ]Buckingham, St. .

animal organism cannot appropriate hag friends and relatives without" their ._ ,- _ -
ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE Inorganic substances of which alcohol knowledge In coffee or too, .and believe ---SAItAT04A
FLA. Is one, being narcotic poison. It contains to-day that they discontinued drinking of
no element) of nutrition robs the their own free will. DO NOT WAIT.
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open tissues of the body even cremating the Do not be deluded by apparent and mis- EVERETT HOUSE

ed this season. Fine cooking: and good table. Hot and Cold Water red lyzing corpuscles the Inhibitory of the blood centers Roll'of para the disease leading at'Improvement.once and for all Drive time.out The the ,

Baths, Elevator, eto. Five, minutes from any wharf or depot.All brain. It Is well known that on ill "HOME GOLD CURE": Is sold at the I This beautiful family hotel will
extremely low price of One Dollar, thus manngement, on Juno let, )
street cars pass the door. Rooms 500, 75o; and $1 a day. Rooms and plant life and the lower forms of animal placing' within1 reach of everybody: a treatment New plumbing, with the latest

board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. life ale&hol acts as a rapid and more effectual than others costing the entire !house, and it has .
:Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprtetor. fatal poison. The uselessness. and h Injurious $25 to $::;0. Full directions accompany The hotel accommodates two ( )
effects when used as a remedyare each I'llckage.Speolal/: advice by skllleo five hundred feet of shady
- -- -- - -- -- --- shown- by J>er
ST. AUGUSTINK.ST. Bunge, Gushing and others, In which charge.: Sent prepaid to any part of the In Saratoga/ and only one
respect a great change has taken place world on receipt of 11. Address Dept.C 'For'terms and other particulars
.A UGUSTINE, FLORIDA. during the 60 70.1: EDWIN R GILES & CO., 2: 30-33() :
) past years. 11
OR IDA HOUSE
All
The Old City BytheSea.This When the medical profession teaches Market St.strictly, Philadelphia.confidential. correspondence ___ _u ___ ___ __ ____ _, __, __ i
the world the exact scientific truth of
well known hotel will remain the Entire Year. St. Augustine isa
open .I
the relation of alcohol to the living organism .
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of interest that
no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi then dlcouo o medication will more than ground of sugar every weekof
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all be abandoned and ..icohollo beveragesbe life? Some more than that; some

modern improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Lib. done away wltlj.I .. less. More than a pound a week la tho >
erally conducted. Capacity 20.:; Summer Rates: $2 to $2.60: per day, $8 to .. average. Before the sugar can be ill\
$12 per week. For further particulars addressF. THE USE OF BEER. worked Into flesh and blood It must be
C. IIAYDEN: Manager At the ; :
changed from cane sugar to grape sug
,olclane Find That It ProducerDeaeneratlon ar. When too much of tills work Is BUFFALO, 'f) i 1!

HOTEL ...FRONTING Otf THE PLAZA... of the Oraane.For thrown upon the stomach, there corned Awfully" cheap combination on 'I
GONQUIN some years, The "ScIeritlfloAmerican'
pays trouble-sour stomach lu-ntlnche and land and return $:.!(}.IIO, tickets on sale '
1
ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. a d&Mded Inclination has all the varied Ills that come from bad
1U, 11101< Extension till October 8 by "
Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are largo and airy, with been apparent all over the country to digestion. The stomach turns over the '
give up the use of whisky and other to the kidneys and when the kidneys
Job !
comfortable beds. Rates I
moderate.
strong alcohols using as a substitutebeer have more than they can do. Imv Southern {
MRS.. A. S. PELL, Proprietress. and other compounds. This Is ev- Ing ua one eUe to turn to for help, they

idently founded on the Idea that beerIs break down with disease. '
OICBXOND not harmful and contains a large The use of honey satisfies this cravIng quickest and best line. Leave : : II'
amount of nutrlintntrniso: that bitters for sweet without the, dangers that second morning. bide: trip, : 1 ,

ORMOND BY-T E-SEA. may have some medicinal quality which attend the use of sugar; The sugar In About $20 .V'I' I
OTEL COQUINA will neutralize the alcohol It conceals. honey Is already grape sugar all ready Write for full and accurate ', "It I
East Coast of Florida.
,
These theories are without confirmation for assimilation. Give a child the
Hotel Coquina Is situated on a bluff directly overlooking the ocean. WhileIt In the observation of physicians.The choice between! sugar and boney and Florida Passenger 'I I I .

offers all the delights of the sea-shore.' It Is only ten minutes' walk, or live use of beer la found to produce a .see which it will take. For too many ------ -'
minutes by.horse-oar, from the orange groves and palm-ehaded walks on the species of degeneration of all the organs. children) bread and honey Is a treat a ::
banks of the Halifax River. It Is two miles from the railroad station, being Profouud and deceptive fatty deposits Instead of article of
being
luxury an If
connected with It by horse-car. Beautiful! walks and drives, groves of lemon diminished
circulation, condition -
orange, and rare tropical fruit, avenues of oleander and palmetto. River, dally food. The old man or woman of I
ocean and surf-bathing and One fishing. The climate is delightful, and Is of 'congestion and perversion of 80 as well as tbe child finds the daily '
beneficial cases of overwork or nervous prostration. functional activities local Inflammations use of honey both pleasant and healthfuL ,
Will open about the 1st of June, but will be In a position to take care of of both the liver and kidneys are !&
guests after May 10th. Summer Rates: $2 per day; *8 to $12 per week. constantly present.Intellectually The average family of five persona 'If
For further Information address, D. B. MATJ1E3ON, Ormond, Fla. stupor amounting to would be considered as using a good I

almost a paralysis arrests the reason, deal of honey to use CO pounds In 'a I!
changing all the higher faculties Into a : t
SI AnUEI ZE. year. Many do not use 10. But the
mere animalism, sensual selfish, sluggish average of sugar for such a family Is :
varied only with paroxysms. of about 300 pounds a year. If half of
BY-TIIE-SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA. anger that are senseless and brutaLIn that or even 100 pounds were replacedby I I

he Br'eakers (City Beautiful.) appearance the beer drinker may honey It would be for tbe better 1
J be the picture of health but,In reality ment of the health! of the familY
Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier. be Is most Incapable of resisting dis GREAT I.

New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100 guests. Overlooking the ease. A slight Injury, a severe cold or A KI...... CATALOGUE | ,
Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath, single shock to the mind will In Austria wood Is measured by the
:a body or commonly To reduce our stock we are compelled ;
or en suite. Flrllt-classllystem modern plumbing throughout the entire build- klapter which equals two tons. .
provoke acuto disease, ending '
Ing. Twenth-eight bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh water logue will give you 1
shower baths. Life line.extendlng four hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two fatally. Compared with Inebriates who '
latest Improved life boats for safety to bathers at any possible mishap, and for use different ,kinds of alcohol ho Is For digestive weakness, nervousness, The Chicago ;
pains In the side flatulence dizziness
deep sea fishing. Special attention will be paid to fishermen and fishing parties more Incurable and more generally dis '
under the personal supervision of manager. The "Breakers" has been erected eased. The constant use, of beer every wakefulness, headache and other annoy- I 70-81-83) E. Indiana Street. !
without regard to expense to meet the demands of those who appreciate first- day gives the system no recuperation, lug blue accompaniments is and of costiveness, Her- i
class service, and It will be the aim of the management to retain it as such. but steadily lowers the vital forces.It a-prorapt unequaled remedy.
,Price CO cents. B. R. Wilson A
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY-Opens July, 1, 1001. Rates $8 to $12 per Is our observation that beer drink- Hon. *
week. to further Information will be
Special families and parties. Any glady Ing In this country produces the very
furnished appplloation to G. A. PACETTI, Manager,
upon
Furnished lowest kind of Inebriety, closely alliedto The CMafn Habit Nine-
cottages to rent In Seabreeze Fla.
Figures on the Importation of cocaine
criminal I Insanity. The mbst dangerous -
connection with hotel.: II. L. KOCHERSPERGER, Prop.
ruffians In our large cities'are leaves Into this country showthat Tenths
beer drinkers. Recourse to beer a* a In tbe last five years It bas Increased \

EAU GALlIE.lotel substitute for other forms of alcohol over COO per cent.! The Dallas
merely Increases the danger and fa- News In a timely article on the cocaine of Pure {
tality. fiend says: "10 his fall from bealtb to
Granada EAU OALLIE, FLA. ; physical and mental disintegration the all the{

On Indian River. Bow Posterity ._..... cocaine fiend undergoes d terrible experience. :
Medical history abounds In proofs When not In tbe temporary PeopleSuffer n

The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gallle,Fla., 192 miles south of Jacksonville that Intemperance curses not only Its beavecnyhat the drug provides the victim
on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, hunting and practitioners, but their offspring, the Is fu the lowest depths of an Infer
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike curs moral generally accompanyingthe no. H* Is subject! to ,apprehensions, CURES
hotel. Rates $2. O to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. curse physical.! In tines of con delusions and hallucinations. He suffers
Open all the year. Address GLEASON BROS., Eau Gallle, Fla. tagion persona who have lived abstemiously front insomnia anorexia and gas from a I

prove more able to withstand tric pains dyspepsia, chronic palpitation .
TALLAHASSEE. exposure or recover more quickly from and will par<*..l*. lie Is a terror DiseasedLiver Every "
any form of pestilence. botb to himself and otb..... The life of z.wscs.n: :
the" man Is "a living death. lie knowsIt.
r. JAMES Hotel, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Boer a Health Fe... and with this knowledge staring him ,
Some farmers are In the habit of selling ID the face be rushes for the drug and Prepared
Centrally located. The brick hotel In the The table Is supplied
only city off all the best of any thing1'raised, Is bappy for a brief perJod under Its influence.
per with day.the beet Special of food.by the. Large week., airy rooms and good,beds. Rates $:I to $3 letting the family worry along, with ." ,
the leavings. It Is pleasant to believe
MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop.
that In many cases honey forms an exception national Need' of T..p.......
-- that the farmer with two or Under no other' political organization If You Have
'
BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. three colonies of bees does not think of says The Outlook. Is there greater
selling any of the honey, but leaves It necessity for temperance In the New
all In the bands of the good wife to do Testament sense of the term, than In a
otel Mount with when and how she will. Very wise democracy like our own. for the very
Mitchell, BLACK MOUNTAIN, N. C. indeed Is such a farmer. Indeed If he essence of democracy Is self mastery.In Found What

This three Is wise enough be will have honey on ouch a country as ours every man ,
-sory hotel has been furnished entirely new throughout, porcelain
bath tabs having been added. The hotel has 80 sleeping rooms, fine office, the table dally even though he should must be a law onto himself' since every
parlor, dining rooms, ball rooms, orchestra of fine music, morning and even- be obliged to>> buy It. says a writer In man Is not only a citizen, but a For a Home, : !
lag: II amid beautiful shaded grove, with seven hundred feet of veranda American Bee Journal. governor as well and If there be any Frnlt and
The tower of hotel being five stories, gives the finest view of mountain scenery It Is for the health to use honey. possession of the English speaking
nr to be had In the State Direct on Southern R'y., and fifteen miles north Many a poor mortal Is today living a race wblcb Is entitled to tbe first place East Coast'
or Alb9I1le, N- Cy lIner summer resort in the United States for health life of lingering torture or cruel self In point of moral and political rain
to pleaaura hotel! opens June 1st. Rates $2 per day. Special weekly) rates dental to whom the doctors have forbidden It Is tbe habit of self control.
r| families and those remaining the whole season. Any Information desired the nee'of all sugar and all
rOle r ee'f: care Hotel' Moont Mitchell, Black DountsiMn'. C. foods abounding In starch. And the fleshed- Settlers are {
Jacksonville, Fla. N. L. WARD, Prop. trouble came about from overindulgence Plumb with the soft t looking this way
I glow; of health, ants:! pure complexion
In sugar. This nation has a won make all women beautiful. Uerblne Imparts JAS. E.
derfully sweet tooth. Do you know strength and vitality to the -" '
The ADYOCATE does neat clean Job Printing. that the average man woman and and the rosy hue of health to the cheeks : J :

child of.the.American nation consumes Price, 2* cents. B. K. Wilson A Son.




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UNIVERSITY COLLEGE) TO RESCUE -THE DROWNING. BEAN -CULTURE. Robbins & Graham Co. E. L. :BR.A: -DEALERS:=IN-m dz :eeO.f


OF MEDICINE Fraction Instructions limed by th. United DEF nvIAR SPntaes, Aug. 21, 1001. '
::1 VIMGINIA. Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD '
Lit PRODOcn
t MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PHARMACY. States 8s.ing Corp Editor Eait Coast Advocates ,
PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.This We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for APES
Life Saving
( STANDARD The United States Volunteer FERfiG1
First-Class J M Several inquiries having lately come to deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the ; ,
Issued We trade
ban
State of New York i
IN JJ.c.DISNT.::: I ) Corps, owns >i ell
s (1 I the following instructions for life saving hand regarding the planting of a profitable company ers. Write us for prices 00 Grain and all Groceries delivered at your natl'JbE. ) .

_CLINICS,.,.. .....,..,.. late fall crop, and having planted 3D S L. BRADY & DRO. TITtruXT' .
i ,". 1 lt."....".'.''''''' a""r P. from drowning, which every one may a number of years past, a crop: of Bushor ZrAN', .f.E II'La.

read with profit: about the middle of August -.
Navy Beaus the St.
On
-- the Indian River
In Cc-atry
;
for
the waters summer
9 "As are warm
I always found thorn a profitablecrop
FLORIDA Visitors who can- bathing, and the summer visitors are ,, and have no hesitation, whatever, Lucie River; ut New River and on Bay S. W. CA.RROLLDealer

should write for gathering at pleasure resorts on all our In recommending others to do the same,
not call at our stores a BIscayne. Prices to suit the times. ,
rivers, lakes and coast watering places
columns I would like
catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs.ceii4fJ'&A114 for recreation and sport, we print belowa and through your In-
the Send for Land List.
e to give a few practical pointers on

@ : bathing few important, boating and points swimming In reference, which to crop If ,one based has on a piece past experience.of land that has been Offices at TitusvUle) and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, ,GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES

may awaken caution and save many In turnips, beets, or any'these root crops, Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage[ Solicit,.,. I
also lives and the subsequent misery to many OEO. M. BOBBINS, F. MORGAN.! .
:! W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville\ ; at for a summer crop, and a crop' of grass TITUSVULE, FLOHIIJA.

if Augustine/ Palm Beach and Nassau. homes"First the necessary -: or bay having succeeded them, as Is always President. Actuary. __ L_ __ _. ... __ _
-Impress upon parents the case here In Florida, that hay _
Title Co
duty of having their children be ready to cut early in August Bward Abstract of ICE -
may RIVER
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH taught to swim,and to all young persons and crop Immediately thereafter the land INDIAN FACTORY.
how to WILL FURNISHAbstracts
the great Importance knowing
should be well plowed with a good turnIng -
TITUSVILLE FLA.Is .
swim. The ability to even hold one's ,
plow not a small good-for-nothing of TitleFOR
suit for a few minutes until help may furnish Ice ( quantity-Sacked or loose. .
Brewing Asso's.Famoim up affair as ,in too often found on the southern prepared to n; any Spo.-il, ttoiu '"i
come, every year savtfs many lives. farm, that turns the furrow slice on LANDS IN" paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is m\ motto 01

"Second-Go out In no pleasure boat Its edge only, but a good sized plot, cutting Brevard County.Office T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor
St. Lotiln Rag and Hot- of small or large dimensions without being Inch and
a twelve or fourteen cut
1 4a tied Boer. assured that there art life saving turning everything upside down. After under Law Office of ..
sufllcient
cushions aboard to
s Bold by MemM.F.A.LoHley and float buoys all\or on board In case of an upset or plowing, the land should be thoroughly GEO. :31.\ ROBBINS, J. K. WALluin.: C. II. SWAIN
It several times
I harrowed, going over FLA.
TITUS vi LLE, -
Tltllllvllle
R.L. Jllntlow, ,tria. collision. '
make
crossing and recrosslng, so as to a
?+ By Mr. It. L. Mutlovr, Cocoa, Iris.i I Third-AVIth a party be sure you are perfect seed bed, for the success of tie Dry Goods Shoes] '
all properly and satisfactorily seated before depends almost entirely on the bed Meat Market ,
crop East Coast
i JOSEPH ZAPF you leave the shore-paitlculaily so In which It crows. If the land is a good ?h

I Il with girls on board. Let no one attemptto stiff soil and naturally fertile, the fertilizer Furniture
,
[ exchange seats midstream, or to put a for the should be broadcastedafter G. F. DUREN, Agent. }
Sole Agent. foot on the edge br gunwale of the boat the first crop harrowing, and worked

)l c44 to change seats. This by rollicking girls, well into the soil by the repeated harrow- Notions and Millinery I

"I' 610 to 020 West Bay Street, has upturned many a boat and lost very Ings. On the other hand, If the soil Is] ly....... }: 0 R.
'lives Where thewaterB t 11
many every year. I
thin and of a cold mature, the fertilizer
t
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. become rough from a sudden .squall or is best applied In the drill. When the! U2co w New Goods at close prices. D
:J passing/ steamers, never rise In the boat, -
"
soil Is in a good condition\ to receive the SOLICITED.
YOUR PATRONAGE v
but settle down as close to the bottom about '' =
-SOfI> MY-- as possible, and keep cool until the ruck- seed, furrows should be opened ,:::a., '
three feet with a small bulltonguedplow. j
apart R. Walker & Co.
John
-
Is If overturned
a wo
Ing danger past.
the
is be
If the fertilizer to putln
c ? F. A. LOSLEY man's skirt, if held out by her extended furrow, apply It then and cover It by run I TITUSVILLE, FLA.Special.
while she her feet If climbing es
arms, uses as each side of III: A
ning the same plow once on _. C3eo;
will hold her while ..
stairs often a .
up fer- -
TITUSVI LLE, FLA. this furrow; throwing soil on top of =
boat out from the shore and
may pull bed RZ.
tilizer and leaving a low narrow : y
IsI1/ r save her. A non-swimmer, by drawing this bed H' ry
next day it Is safe to split up
his arms up.to his side, and pushing with same plow and plant the seed. Six:! TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Attention !
down with widely extended hands, while
about
to ten grains, in hills\ eighteen
stair water with his
climbing ortreadlng
Inches Is the most satisfactory
apart,
feet bold himself several minutes
,
may way, because when It comes to hoeing( -GIV N TOt MAIL ORDERS FOR-
often when a single minute means a life, distinct and well
time, the hills are quite
1 or throwing out the arms, dog fashion, The best tool for covering the Iv I Tinware
apart. Hardware Crockery Glassware
r forward, overhand and pulling lo.'aslf seed Is an ordinary five toothed cultivator, II I ,

reaching for something-that may bring with the rear shovel removed, leaving a

: : I him In reach of help low, brood bed with a small furrow at Le-1 i4 Harness and Stoves.CSr .
{ ffId t'ourtb..In rescuing drowning persons each side of It. When the fertilizer ba
i I st\ seize them by the collar, back of
been broadcasted the seed can be planted "
r the neck ; do not let them throw their the furrow ne. Our Stock Is Complete'and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
Immediately after opening up

1: t Z arms around, do your not neck strike or arms.thtTm! but If unmanageable let- for and bean.covering must as be above.a special The grade fertilizer to obtain Jas. Pritchard & Son

them drop under a moment until quiet, best reaults;It must be readily avail- 's_.
,, then tow them ashore. If unconscious,
the Is
able because a
as possible, crop
don't wait a moment for a doctor or an about .. Postofllce Box 212,
short season one, only fifty days _. --I.
f ambulance but begin at once first get' -
; and If
between planting harvesting. one
I I li the tongue out and hold it by 9 handker could get a leady-roade fertilizer'to an- 'J'i.t"ll.svi, F orida.:
chief or stocking to let the water out; .
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alyze eight cent potash eight percent
t per
,
box barrel under the
get a buoy or stomach
t ( Dhostyhorle acid and two per cent -

I Ir down, or, and hold Jolt him the over water your kneel him head; nitrogen, it would be an Ideal bean fertil-rates If Your House Goes up in Smokeand The Nation's
izer the cost of same at
_ then turn him over side to side four or dollars present "San Mateo"
ton.
would be about thirty per
five turns, then on his back, and with a you loose everything
{ Six to ten hundred pounds of this mix Best
y t NEAR & TAYLOR pump movement keep his arras going ture per acre, secerning to the natural It Is you own fault. CIgar.I .

from pit of stomach overhead, straight fertility of the soil, will bring profitable Fire: Xxiisixx'nxa.oo:

Artesian WelltJUt'3v out and back fourteen to sixteen times a returns. After the crop Is well through sufficient to cover the value of the prop. !l8 fLlllI'loritIa.

minute until signs of returning life are the soil, constant cultivation must be erty and household effects should be car-

i shown. A bellows movement on the kept up until the pod form. At harvest- ried. Rates are not high. The companies .
CONTRACTORS stomach at the same time Is a great aid. I'tag It Is best to wait until the leaves begin I represent are solvent, reliable and lib
!
,
ic I' : / < |* ? "Of course you will at first loose collar / to turn a little yellow, then cut them eral. Claims are promptly adjusted. Why buy Imported cigars, made from beery tropical tobacco, doctored wilt

Y. n Ean Gallia, Fla. and all binding clothing. Let some one by hills and allow them to wilt In the Donjt: neglect to take out a policy. opium and otber drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a flvw
shoes and and
: at once remove stockings,
until the dewIs
cutting ?
sgnNever begin price
O. St. JSolXTxyloor:
,
at the same time rub the lower limbs

t ---. --..-----_ .----.- -.----- with an upward movement from foot to the off vines, or If are it thoroughly has been raining dry before wait until cut TITUSVILLE, - FLORIDA. FREE BY MAIL TO ANY\ :Box of 2s.. . . . . . tui

: Save Your Vegetables knee the feet, occasionally with the open slapping) and.the Workingon soles of ting. Haul In to small barn the pile same to sweat afternoonand them. : Correspondence Invited. ADDRESS......J', BOX of so. ... ..... . . $1.' i
I put up
I these lines our volunteer life savers They can then be threshed out at leisure. -FOR SALE BT- S. VT. OVTLE
have been successful after two hours of
,
food In factIt
The fodder Is exoellentstock ,
I seat twit w'a incessant manipulation, but generally la a very profitable food to feed beans, Robt. L. Motlow, SAN MATED, FLA.
succeed Inside minutes.
4 m.., raOMlTra thirty Hpliltaof fodder and all. !Should an early frost
ammonia to the nostrils, or a feather Titusvtlle! and Cncna Fla.
i'' dd threaten before they are ready for harvesting -- -- ---- -
lll, tickling In the throat, often helps to the can be to them
rw mover put

i. I .6s.MOTH 1ST r'i T7Aet1 McIYi. quicken than, but the you above rarely mechanical need anythingmore means. and treated out as in bay a hurry; In this, raked way together it also makesan and !fOUR fULLARLs't c:>i ioi SETS.

k A Sao. Use 'no spirits Internally until after Ideal stock fowl, ID fact, taking the
breathing and circulation are restored,
In please, It Is always
jp/tl! rev then a moderate use of stimulants. or hot crop satisfactory any way and you I wish a few more of YELLOW DANVERS 20cts. Qt Prepaid; BOcts. Pk., $1,75 Bu., Not prepaL!
I/ wee. teas, and a warm blanket or bed Is of the I know WHITE SILVERSKIN ctll. Bu. Not Prep.it
n our farmers would try It, as they : Qt., Prepaid eucts. Pk., $1.90 ,
P N p. 'ijn ,, Nero first Importance. Would be pleased with results. BERMUDA RED 36cte.Qt.) Prepaid; 1J50 Pk., $'.00 Du., Not ...,......
'
c "The United'States Volunteer LifeSaving -- O. K. HcQuARRiB.NOTICE :. BERMUDA WHITE 35ots.Qt.' :Prepaid; $..00 Pk., '3.OO Bn., Not Prepaid.
; Corps of New York has distributed WHITE PEARL SOcts. Qt., Prepaid;, $1.25 Pk., $4.00 Bu., Not Prep ANew
: several! thousands of Its Illustrated .
.
Iteaoue and Cards through [T IiNtr T crop Onion Seed, American grown now ready. Bermuda Importd
_ : \ Resuscitation TO OLD SETTLERS. Oct 1st. New ,
ready American Seeds.
crop and
Turnip Cabbage
moll grwwn
CATCHER, Its life saving members, and, per 'dend for .
will furnish them to anyone on receipt Catalogue.
_ : of the cost of postage and mailing tube Pursuant to a call published last week
number of settlers met L. CAMERON The Seed Store.,
readel'1wlli .goodly pioneer Thw S 3.Z0
five But If of
cents. our
j .tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes,' and all any \
'I '
out out this article from the ADVOCATE In the Town Hall, Cocoa, on Saturday at I 1 25 East Bay Street; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
other fruits and from the
vegetables and study Its IrIoIt1'uOtlonlland carry it three p. m., for the purpose of effecting -

ranges of Insects without the use of with them, they will be able to meet any a permanent organization of a Pioneer THE GREATK8T: DISCOVERY OF THE

I poison or spray Send $1.00 for sample emergencies that may occur upon the Association. A preliminary organization KINJCTGENTH CENTURY. .
was made by electing the Hon. O. 8. ,
mall.AGENTS. waters
trap by Hardee to act as chairman, and W. II. Send
WANTED IN EVERY Sbarpe as secretary.The SMOKEYOUNG'S in your subscription to the ADVO

,
COUNTY. Address, STATE FAIR NOTES. notice being short it was found MAGIC

J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman, that but few had received It; and, aftera CATE. Tlio name of resident in
p all pleasant discussion, it was decided every
Ocala, Fla. People want to see appliances for by motion, that another call be made for Consumption Catarrh, Cough

See: local notice In another column. >the apiary, as well as the honey. Who a meeting In the Town hall of Cocoa on Brevard County at least should be on our
will show It tP
Saturday, the 7th day of September, at Asthma and La Grippe Care. ,
Please mention the ADVOCATE when The State Fair managers want a dog three o'clock pp. m., and that the secretary -

_ _ writing advertisers. how. Where are the sports who will request the several newspapers of The wonderful snccessthat. baa been obtained list. And also, do not forget to send! us
put up some prices? the county to publish the call. by this great M"ulo; Cure In eo hurt a tint.
All those who came to the Indian River whlob Is nhown by the signed testimonials from .
baa voted for of the best oICI..n....to its cure.*,u a .nfftclent
nltll4AUD COUNTY THKASUltKH'S8TATEMKNT. Duval county $300 an exhibit lorn your job printing and ads.
I L' In the sixties and seventies are earn- fnianuitM to thoM nfforinir from the
and if applications for space mean estly requested to be present (no proxies shove ul am Tbojr should' not fall. to try It.
tr Aug. 1st, UM1I.Nalara anything, Duval will be In it. allowed) to form a permanent organization U 'la a purely YlR8tablocornpotiud. I eballann
the world to that thin 1. the lint and
1 I L cub on hand, July tit, 1001..$ 9M141 Some of you wilt know where Walton and attend to other Important sale our for deny Coniumptlon. Catarrh eo.only...., '..
_ Amuupt received IB July luoi ....... AMI 39Total. county Is after the !State Fair. If she matters. O. S. HARDRK: :, : AiUima and La Grippe that has ever been pot -

C" ... ... ..... ,10UIlIIO don't raise oranges, she raises everything Tern Chairman. cua baton where the It'ublio.ha been It tried.baa never smoking failed'. YoemBr la any* !
'- arrant paid In July loot. else. Don't step on the tall of her coat. W. II. SHARPS, Tem. Secretary. Great Marie Cure the smoke RIM direst to be* WHITE'S CREAM
and delivered. to CountIbrnmislonl ,and destroys all microbe. !
lung YVDRIVES
} l t en ana School Hoard... ... 1,70651 The general manager of the State Fair VERMIFUGE
Trial 25
package
+ $1 per package cents. ,
.h. Halance on band Aug. Ut, 1901..,.$ sia w offers a $10 prize breed.for West the heaviest Florida hog, THE STEAMER CELTIC. Sent prepaid to any part of the V. S. > w.. > Mortl.Qaa.mr. ByffiiRJAMES

y ABOVB BALANCM IS HELD AS FOLLOW any bring age an BOO or pound one, Florida crown.can HENRY Prepared R. T1IOMAS only br For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Reme les.

viMHtml In Indian River 8tat llank If that 910 will i.e lucky. The above stefcmer has Just been on
you get you 60La: : :> 331=
ALL: :
A !Villa : : aAVCa: t132oTA.
Chemist Druggist.
r4 A It to a*monthly per Caahim'report.oertltlo....... .t..,attached.. 8,43M 89 The general manager of the State Fair her maiden voyage from Liverpool, Eng- Jacksonville, Fla. Pharmacy. Pr.p wad ey_ .... '. F. BALLARD, St. LouiS.
land is owned the
Cub la sate:.. BOO have from all to New York. She by
ays Inquiries come over White atar Line of Liverpool. AlthoughIn
r 4 ......... ..... 0.44) x999t Florida for males of the best beef breeds.If size the Celtic Is the queen of the Clyde Steamship Line. ---

BAI.4JKWI .CLOKOmh TO BACK VUKO A. FOLLOW any man In Florida breeds such stock, ocean she was not built for areedner
t t *I be can sell a lot full of It at the State , Is 20,880 compared with Ticket and reservations via the Clyde The Oldest Establi.hml Grain and Seed House lu the Suu.
County R.venn-O.neral l Fund.$2,491" M gross tonnage : as
I. Ru..l and Bridge. Fund 4 asHulldlnj Fair I 17,274 of the Oceanic. Her displacementat Steamship Line can be secured of Cb... .
_ .. : .. II M The O. S. & F. Railroad is1 trying to a low draught of SB feet G Inches Is U. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle. Yti311 .
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u Fund.. ..
Prisoner 04 &II
Feeding
t Fine and Forfeiture. rund. 8 8HBpeo. swamp the State Fair management It 36,700 tons as compared with the Great 'VV"xc.: ::: A: :Sours & 00.
.> Road ruml,dl.&No 019\ l.OM 10 is going to show everything from Palatka I Eastern'.32,1tl0tons.: Her total passenger -

5 to..f ..o.Koad e Fund.. diet. No., 1,liWO .lvjrtttl_ SI to Macon, and has applied for 400 feet capacity 2,860, Including steerage WALTON CALKING TOOL la one of ?,
5,1001I" '. or
>. Reboot Fund 51 stiace.. The State:\ Fair Is a. success?i accommodations for 1,700. Her crew Is the beet things for boatbollders and cJu, GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
fi! Property of deceased persona Lund. I 80 Well, I reckon I 333:; men. The Oceanic Is longer, but the yachtsmen; price $4.00 and $$00 each. ,
' new boat has more beam. For sale .t Jas. Prltchsrd A Sou's,
( I.WivR$0.Wx9"s Osoeola wants It all as usual. She will Tltusvllle Fla.TITUSVILLE'S. Flour Grits Fertilizers
I } Told.F..H: : show horses, cattle fruit vegetables and The Celtic is by far the biggest ship Meal and
County Tr a urer. afloat but slower than the championships
.. sugar cane. Well, now, bring the babies of even twenty years ago. She Is TRAINS. -fa 8T. iTJT.r..r'x WVIIt. MOo 112 EaatBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLAAgts. -
and the $:Z:IO will be gone. You may

On Your Way Home think you have got geese, but when you Eastern ninety-two and feet ten thousand longer than tons the heavier.Great The following are: the; times of arrival for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Slehs

i Stop at Camden, S. C., Southern Pines see Parmenter's from Orange Park, you She ought to establish yet another record and departure of passenger trains to and --_
c.pt t4 and Plnehvrat. N. C. Call at city ticket will never hiss again. -that of the steadiest and most comfortable from Tltusvllle:

office of the Seaboard Air Line Hallway, The first exhibit has arrived at the ship that eyer crossed the sea. If ...VTR..I71<>>-

i. 2WI; West Day street, Jacksonville, for State Fair. Two brooms, as fine as you she does, voyagers may well forgive her Lens Tlto.Tllle for Miami and at a:*o6. pjIntermediate ... Fine Job Work Executed
information regarding elegant hotel ever saw, made by the Little River Man- for steaming only fourteen knots an hour point Quickly

accommodation ufacturing Co., Welborn Fla., A. D. or even construe. a merit her lack of I.ORTHSOmr0.h.av.Tiln.villefortsck.osvllle' at 1::150 p.m.

Hemming, general manager. The gen speed and Intermediate point
S3T" Reading notice ads on this page eral manager of the State Fair.sys he la TItnavllts. for Sanford . .. TMa.m AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.

i are the cents per line per week. I going to sweep the State clear with them. KuThe ADVOCATB does Job printing. Arrives TltuaTUle from Banforl ldep.w Letter. Heads, Note Heads, Envelopes, Shipping Tags and anything else yf' .:.ula



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