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.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: September 20, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00365
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
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VOL. .3. NO. 4. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER SO 1OO1. PRICE Bo.

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LOCAL NEWS CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH Every Trlday: bargain day at Gard- Gardner makes special prices.. Fri FIRE IN TITUSVILLE. AMONG THE HOTELS.The :

Gallery Tltusvllle,and look at samples.Mr. net's, Tltusvllle.Capt. days. ----- .i

i And Topics of General Interest. P. D. Parker, of Hawks Park, Henry Wilson, of Canaveral, -Mr. D. L. Alderman, of Fort Pierce, Last Saturday morning a little after ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
was a visitor in TIt nUle last Friday., was In town on Tuesday. .was a visitor In Tltusvllle Monday.Mr. 3 o'clock. Tltu vllle'. residents wereawakener' the best hotels la New York city. ,
by the persistent whistling
THE ADVOCATE, -Capt. J. O. Walton's house In South FOR FINK DENTAL WORK GO TO Alex Near, the artesian well man of the Electric Light plant calling the; The Merchants Hotel Company, of
Titusville Is for furnished. Dr. Dodson Court-house. of Eau lathe In Madison )1.... has been
$1.50 per annum, In advance. rent, Apply; near was TiUsville Sundayand fire brigade. The residence., of Mr. Incorporated

tl.OO MX month, '. at this office. -Mrs. A. D. Penney was a passenger Monday Pierre 8.: Titus, Just east of Mrs. De..- with capital stock of $8,000.

12.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Mr. W. J. Bryan, a prominent attorney on Tuesday's southbound train en routeto -Mrs.. Hamilton, of Stuart; aunt of ner's boarding house, was on fire.. Fully; All the hotels along the East Coast of

of Jacksonville, was In town Cocoa. Mrs. Adhemar Brady, arrived In Titus I two hundred people assembled In the Florida are preparing for an unusually '
for and last. vllle visit to relatives. neighborhood of the fire but It was tourist this winter. t ,
i When you eub the ADVO- Saturday Sunday -Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins left here, Wednesday Friday, on a large season .
that the could
CATS by the year, It does not coat you -Col. W. R. Arno, a prominent legs for Jacksonville, on a business -Mrs. F. E. Stone and baby, who not seesi be at saved a glance and efforts building were bent on It Is stated that- Mr. Henry M. Flagler

I three cents per week, postage Included. light of Miami, was a visitor In Titus trip of a couple.of days. have spent about two months In South protecting the surrounding buildings will build a hotel at Wrightaville' Beach, ... "
of printed i ville during the last days of last week. Carolina on a visit to relatives, returnedto I N. C., to cost a half million dollars. '
Note date expiration This upt. R. E. Mints; who has beenMisting The flames were tierce and hot, and at : .
your paper or wrapper every week. -Mr. C. L. Xlmanles, of Miami, wa In the organising of tbe Titus Tltnsvllle Tuesday. times It looked as it the Indian River Mr 0. D. Seavey announces that ow-

it a receipt for your money. No need "passenger on Sunday's northbound viUe High School, returned to, Bonayen Services In the Presbyterian Church Hotel was In danger as. sparks fairly; to the Increase of autumn travel the ,

for us to send receipt for subscription ,' train en route to Jacksonville, where he. tare Tuesday. Tltusvllle, next Sunday at 11 a. m., anti rained on Its roof. Fortunately, however Hotel ChamplaIn, Lake Champlaln, N. I"I"Ing

i The date ghee It to you. went ou a business trip. -:Miss Seamans and A. C. Seamans 7:15p. m.Sunday; school at 9:43: a. mAll the flames did not spread, and no Y., will remain open until Oct. 7.
'
'I COI'dlal1ICapt. ted. further damage resulted than. the .
are complete
-The Tltusvllle School opened las regular winter residents at Ormond are Hotel Colonnades, under the management : ;
destruction of the Titus house,
TalC EAST COAST ADVOCATE is (lD Monday, with Miss Bessie Bryan, prfaol-I now enjoying life at the Mount Pleasan Frank,Houston, of Fort Pierce, of Messis. Post A Gill, with Mr. t
The of the fin Is not known but
sale at the following news-stands, at fir pal; Miss Jennie Miller, intermediate; house In.the White MoMntains. was In town on Sunday and Monday Mr. Titus origin thinks It was set on lire, by D. B. Matheson, steward, will open on i:I ,

cents per copy : and Miss Grace Ready, primary teacher. -Mr. L. C. Oliver and two children, While here he completed, the sale of his rats and lotme matches. The building November the 20th. The Clarendon f.
Tltuavllle-B. R. Wilson Son. Eau Gallle, to Mr.Alex Near, Ina under the will I
property same management,
-Mr. Walter Davis of lion. Robt.W. of Miami owned Titus and
J. B. Soreven.Jacksonville son was a passenger on Tuesday'ssouthbound was by Mr. Henry T. ; close this fall all. ,
-Duval hotel. Davis, of Patatka, was In town las train en' route home, after Contractor L. R. Decker, who has was Insured for *400, while Mr. Pierre not at t

News stand Union depot Saturday. He returned here again on a visit of some weeks In New York. been at Jensen for the past three or four : Titus had Insurance to the amouqt o y September la a most delightful month I
Tuesday to attend to some law business months, returning to'J'I tunlll.,Tuesday, $liH> on his furniture. It was certainly to spend In the White Mountains. The ,
The Eau Gallle' baseball team will
before Judge Minor 8. Jones.. having ODI.bedhl. contracts at that, fortunate that the night was perfect!; Maplewood Hotel, Maplewood, N. It.,
bats with Tltuavllle nine this
the
nr- Reading notice ads. are ten cents cross place. still, only a faint breeze blowing from Mr. Allan Alnslle{ manager, will be II'
-Fatber-O'Boyle of Daytona, who afternoon the Tltusvllle diamond
on
kept until Oct. 1. The Maplewood
this the southwest. Had been open
line :
on pace. we enjoying
per bad been in Tltusvllle\ several days a The will crowd.. Miss Mabel
boys appreciate a good Schuyler, who stayed our usual southeast breeze, there U no Cottage, at the same place, under themanagement '
-Mr. Albert Faber, of City Point. guest: of the Indian River Hotel, after In Tltusvllle a few days to visit little 'I
Leon
of Mr. will
Cllley ,
Senator E. N. Dlmiok and wife, of telling where tbe fire would have stop : ,
.
visitor at the county seat the las high mass In the Catholic Miss Merle Scoble after her mother's
was a conducting : :
remain until the fifteenth of ,Oc- II
Palm Beach, were met by an ADTOOATBrepresentative ped. The crying need' of Tltusvllle i Isan open
of last week. Church on Sunday, returned to Daytona departure, left for Jensen, her future tober. '
near Nlagra Falls > few efficient fire department, but wi .
-Mr.. C. C. Sulzner,of Miami, who has Monday days ago. They are making buffalo .home, on Motiday. may not wake up to the necessity until Tbe season at Tbs Sinclair, Bethlehem .

been In charge of Mr. Whaler's Jewelry -Mr. Geo. W.Scoble was a passengeron their headquarters.Mr. -Mrs. J H. LeTonrneau, two children the major part of the business section N. H. has been a very entbuslas. 1

store, will return home to-day. Monday's southbound train en route William'R. Kenan Jr. of Ken- and father and mother, who ,have has been destroyed.MR. tic one, and the bookings: for September '

-Judge and Mrs. MlnoiS. Jones and Grant took Fort Pierce, Ankona and Jensen anvltle, N. C., a brother of, Mrs., Henry been spending the past month In Atlanta Indicate that the liveliness Is not yet
to after bis fish business at are expected to return to their! over The regular: Saturday evening
MlM Annie returned from
daughter, M. Flagler, was a passenger on Satur WHALER SECURESA MAN
these points. He la expected borne today borne In Eden at this house
their visit at Klondike Monday.Mrs. day's southbound train en route to today.Mr. hops are. very popular,
for a few days'' stay. and the tbe of Saturday
one on evening
J. T. Bassett, wife of Postmaster I'aliu Beach on a short visit. Chas. H. Walton, who has been Mr. II. T. Whaler bas returned from a last waa especially gay and well at- ,
crowd of the friends of Mrs
returned to Tltusvllle\ -Quite a visiting friends at Belmar, N. J., also ,I
Bassett, -Mr. Elbert Frosoher. of Miami was visit to Tltusvlll and Jacksonville. A tended. t
C. S. Schuyler were at the depot to In Canada has
se"on Pan-American returned to' New York I
after spending several days In the of the few his branch
Saturday, her off to her new home at Jensen las grounds a The past week was spent at the Paa- bays' ago jewelry store The difference between the different ,
few days ago. He was suffering from i a was opened at Tltusvllle by Mr. C. CSulzuer .
Cocoa.Mrs. Filday. 'It Is with genuine regret that American Exposition factions owning the Hotel Buckmlnlster. ,
Strauderman, of West Palm we have to give them up and they will cold, which he said would soon send who Kindly consented to take Boston, has been settled, and the whole
Beach who had been visiting Mr. M be sadly missed In Tltusvllle. him back to Miami If it. did not soon -Miss Florence Robinson, of Eden, found. until a suitable man could be property now owned by one company. t'.

F. Goldsmith\ In Tltusvllle, returned leave him. who has been spending!!: some time In although he hated to be away; They have already placed an order for I

home on Friday last. -Miss Edith Racey, the charming -Mr. D. B. Prltobard, of Titusville Altoona<< Pa., and other cities, was i a from Miami, even for a week or two. the finishing of the new" part, which will I
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ,
daughter Racey
last Mr. Whaler while In
passenger Friday's southbound JaokaoD"llle1 prevailed
be forward to completion aa
is now visiting Capt. and Mrs. W. B. pushed '
-Tax Collector'E. ,W. Hall, who has of Waveland, was a passenger on last Waddell former residents of Titusville train, en route home. upon ?Jr. D. S. Porter, one of the\ soon aa possible. They bare. re-engaged
been at his place near Klondike for the Saturday's northbound train, en routeto best jewelers In the State to go to Titus
Mr. Edward R. Grabow who successfully
weeks returned to his home St. where she to In Sheffield, Ala. He Is expected home -Recently an AoyocATB representative ,
goes enter -
past two Augustine vllle and take charge of the business{
I managed the hotel last for the
In Tltusvllle on Monday. the convent for the ensuing term.: the last of next week. heed met at Amsterdam, N. Y., Mr. Geo. there. Mr. Porter was. with Mr. Whalerone year, I',

-' -Mrs. W. Ml: Woodward and Miss U. a former superintendent oCanaveral In Bartow and went from thereto coming MAion.
-Judge A.'D. Penney who has been -It Is reported reliable authority year
upon ,
Club. He The of have
expects to itch early days September
Monday Rath left, yesterday, for their future Jacksonville to take a position with
quite 111 in Cocoa since returned that Miss Annie Paddison, of TltusviUe, Indian River the coming winter. found the Mount Pleasant Louse, In the
to Tltunl11ey yesterday afternoon was the last person who shook hands home at.DeLand, where Mr. -Woodwardhad Messrs. Green leaf fe Crosby. lie Is an "

He is somewhat improved.Capt. with President McKInley, having: just : gotten everything In readiness for Misses Gertrude and Susie Mlros, exceptionally fine ,workman as wall Ma White Mountains, filled with a large andhappy ,
released the president's band when the them. Quite a crowd of friends were a' daughters of Supt. K. JG. MIme, of Bon most excellent gentleman affable family, gathered there to enjoy J ,
and 1n."J. O. Walton and assassin tourist, and fired his fatal shots the depot to bid them good.bye. aventure who have been spending a courteous and obliging, and the peopl e the exhilarating mountain air; to enjoy I I
Claude Walton have returned to Hanson ot the brilliant coloring of the foliage and 1
couple weeks In TltusvllH and Mime of Tltnsvllle will find In him a moat !
Y. from their visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. and There will be services at the Firs all the and offer-
Place, Brooklyn; N.: Budge: returned to their home on Tuesday. agreeable and useful citizen-Miami Metropolis. many varied attractions "
to the Pan-American Exposition. little Missis Dorothy and Stella Budge, Baptist Church, Tltusvllle, next Sunday Mr. D. S. Porter arrived In ed by the house and Its genial managers; ,
of Miami, arrived In Tltusvllle last Fil- at 11 a. m., and 7.K:: p..m. At closeof -Hon. Fied'k S. Morse of Miami, Tltusvllle Messrs. Anderson A Price, for their en- I Ijoyme..t.
Kev. E. W, Butler of Ormond formerly Wednesday, and we understand
day. Mr. Budge returned to Miami on the morning 'service a conference of was a passenger onlnDJa/ )"'. northbound wlll..aumeCiontrol of September Is the moot beautiful ! .
Mr.
pastor of tbe Congregation Sunday, leaving Mrs. Budge and the tbe church will be held for the purposeof train, en route to Atlanta on Whaler's month of all the year In the Mountains
Church at Melbourne was a jewelry store Saturday/: Mr. Portecomes i
passengeron children In Tltusvllle for a two weeks' calling a pastor for the ensuing year business From Atlanta, It Is reportedthat here with r and tie number of people who
southbound excellent credentialsand
train routeto
Monday's en visit with Capt. and Mrs. Jas. Pritchard. All members of the church requested he will go on for an extended trip prove their recognition and appreciationof if\
the latter place. be we hope our townspeople tlllIanakeblm
to
-Ml,s Kate 'Habn 'and' sister, Miss > present. v. through the northern ,States, taking In feel at home. this fact Is constantly on the increase.One I \
of business In Tltusvllle the Pan American Exposition .
-Every place Every business house In Tituevlllewas ere return-
Willie Hahn, of Miami, were passengers of the finest hotels "
has been draped all the week *s a mark closed -between log home. summer ever
yesterday 10 and
on Sunday's northbound train, en erected In the White Mountains Is
of have respect also to been our at dead half-mast President.since Flags the: route to Gainesville, Ga., where Miss ourdead 11 a. m. to do honor to the memory-01 -Mr. Geo. Gosch, of Brunswick, Ga., A PARTING RECEPTION In progress of construction from plans now

President's death. Kate Hahn Is the assistant teacher In Presldett. The funeral services, passed through Tltusvllle, Tuesday, en drawn by, Architect! Charles Ailing r
muHlo In Branleu College, and Miss wblcb were arranged for at a meeting of route to Eau Gallle to lake charge of the The Indian River. Brass Band of Tltusvllle ( Glfford. Tbe hotel Is to cost In tbe

-Mr. J. A. Canova, of West Palm Willie goes to enter the college as .a the citizen, on Tuesday evening, and! novelty works of Mr. 0. F. Paddlson's gave .a parting reception to neighborhood of half a million dollars, I
Beach was a passenger on last Tuesday's student held In the Presbyterian church was the He was for a number of years engager MUs Ruth Woodward, daughter Mr. although White Mountain folks speak I

northbound train en route to Jacksonville -Mr. and Mrs John C. Jones returned largest aggregation of citizens ever col In sash and door work in a large Chicago and Mrs. W. M. Woodward on Wed e sof the prospective structure as the "new '
where he boarded tbe Clyde steamship to Tltusvllle from their lected under one roof In Tltusvllla.. The factory, and we congratulate Mr.P.ddl- day evening In tbe Opera house, when million dollar hotel." The buildings

Apache Sunday, :! .morning for New Ktpndlke plantation, Monday near Wabasso., Mr. funeral sermon by n... J,' A. Hughes eon on securing so competent a man MrGosch about one hundred of the young lad,'e have been very carefully planned and '

York. J lobes had he misfortune to run a nail was eloquent, patriotic and 'Impressive. expects, his wife to join him soon.Tbe friends, both young and old, were present when the plant Is completed It will be

-The Florida East Coast Railway issued info his foot, which was giving him considerable --Tb. following extract, taken from a steamer Nyanza, formerly belonging to help her enjoy the last evening one of the but equipped In the country.It : j

orders for every train aod every pain, and It was thought/: best London newspaper will be of Interest to : to Capt. Corey, pf Eau Gallle, In Tltusvllle. Is expected to have tbe hotel, ready I I
employee of the entire Hoe to suspend tq bring him to Tltusvllle, where ha some of our readers: "We regret: to an; but which has lately been running be- Tbe band arranged/ a i.loe program orlame. for occupancy next June. The hotel Is

operations for ten minutes.,from 1 to 11( could have medical attention. They returned nounce the death of Lieut. C. B. B. Harrison tween New /Smyrna: and Daytona, was at / ., music and dancing for the little owned by the Mt. Pleasant Hotel Co., .!I t
o'clock yesterday as a mark of respect to Waba so, yesterday, Mr.Jones' which occurred suddenly from typoold Tltusvllle. yesterday her way to Foil Folks, all of whom took sn active purl and It la about a half mile distant from

1 to the late President McKinley. foOC having. greatly Improved. I fever at Poona, India. The deoeastil > Myers, on the West Coast. Mr. J. A. in making It pleasant for the guest ol the old hotel owned by the same com I
honor. At 10 o'clock
was a end Lieutenant in the 22nd: Uvrtdetb of the later delicious refreshments pany. Tbe new plant will be run by
Engineer Forrest Baldwin, who has ..-Dr. U. N. Mellette sold his residence place, having of cake ,
King's Shropelrerl Light/ Infantry, and bought her for between consisting and toe cream, Messrs. Anderson fc Price who have.
: use Fort
been on the north eud, with headquarters and office building the first of the My en la abundance was served and hotel'
bad
was formerly, when living at the West and Punta Gorda. Mr. Fred Whltaker wasmuch charge of the old for the last "I,
at St. Augustine for months week to Mr. W }Woodward, of Tl enjoyed after which
some Sad, Ross, an officer of U. Company of of New ; the time even years.
pulled the throttle of H5 and 78 on Sun tusvllle. The confederation Is understood Volunteers." Mr. Harrison Smyrna, was acting as chief engineer uatll 11:::10 was pleasantly spent t In j
formerly for the Jacksonville will have at
trip. an early day
day and Monday Ills Tltusvllle to have been flOOO-a: rare bargain lived dancing.
many at Waveland,and had a first class
friend were glad to see him looking so at the price. Mr. Woodward and along the East Coast groat many'llends -From the remarks heard on the Miss Ruth has been a member of the a the hotel to Robert be conducted on '

well family will\ locate permanently In De- streets Thursday afternoon, Tltnsvllle band for several years, and 1C Is with I European plan. W. Slmmscontrscted 11 I
land Mr. photo -Tbe firm of Morgan Lynch has has a few days ago for the erection Ir.;
Woqdward opening a certainly no cause hi feel ashamed genuine regret that she leaves Tltusrllle. !
-Mrs. Lila B. Chatfield of New of three
been dissolved by Mr. F. A. a story building on the ,
Haven gallery and watch repairing establish Morgan buy- or her ministers. The prayer by Mr. Her many friends. extend their ;
Conn., a prominent winter resident ment. He will build a room in the ngihe Interest of Mr. Lynch, and associating Dalger called forth from men, not accustomed best wishes to bur In her new home. northwest corner of Main and Adams 1
of Rockledge, who baa been apeud- streets to be fitted for such a hotel. It twill
rear of the office for his gallery. Dr. Ml. Wade H. Jones with himself, to attend church, the highest
log the summer on Casco Bay, Me., In lellette will\ Join his daughter, Mrs. A.J. under the firm name of Morgan A: Jones. >ralse. It was suggested that completed by the 15th of Dec. '
we get
writing: to the ADVOCATE, says: "I t. Rogers, and family In Indian Terri The new firm Is In the real estate ands A minister from the outside to deliver Horse For Sale. at a. coat of 1:154,00.: The building will
shall
leave Casoo Bay on Saturday for will there .*ance business with offices In tbe have six stores on the ground floor, and
JioRton tory, and If he likes it remain ; he address; but It was a wise decision -
where I shall visit until October If not, be will return to DeLand. Dr. Abstract building. Mr. Morgan and Mr. of the committee to decide as they did. Good, gentle buggy horse for sale fifty rooms for hotel purposes. These

; then return to New Haven to' prepare Mellette Is one of our best citizens and JonuK are both so well known that, comment The address of fro Hughes won the highest Free driver Inquire at this office. rooms will be arranged en suite and t
to go to home at here-Deland} to their will be convenient and elegant In their
as ability here Is
: looking we hope he will return unnecessary praise from all classes, and .It was
Iockledge. lam
forward with
News. ; however, their strong business only by an effort that the appointments. Etpeclal attention In
audience
a great deal of "r.a, getting back ,qualities will Insuie their surces, and kept from applauding the speaker, as was Inan flotixe for Sale. the construction will be given to the {
on the
beautiful Indian River. I think For Sale business entrusted to them will receive. Impassioned speech be pleaded for the plumbing/ and the best and most expensive
that there will be a great many visitors' prompt and careful attention. erradloatlon of anarchy from onr land A nine room house, nicely finished will be used The building
by
on the East Coast the coming winter." The three-year lease, Including part of the Implanting of righteousness. Tbe and In good condition, located near the will be constructed of pressed brick;

i'ff- Deed blanks sold at this office.lltldltch furnishings of a sixty-room hotel on the Thoman Cottage Cocoa Fla. rerorallon> as be pictured the reign of courthouse, on the corner of Palm and sod will have a frontage oa Main street r I
Indian River. Immediate possession. Christ on eattb, tbro'.. like faith of our Palmetto Sts. Apply on premises or to of 103 feet, and will- be 70 feet deep. It

Address, ADVOCATE OrricE, martyred President. The audience M. 1). L. DOIMION, will be heated with gas and lighted
Steam Laundry. Tltusvllle, Fla. Centrally located Large: airy rooms, broke forth Into subdued applause. 3m Tltusvllle Fla. with electricity. It will be equipped
Bath convenient: -Rates with '
: $1.60 telephone
per day; Confederate; and federal alike feel that II

Basket Co. will leave office of Bond Lumber 8tlll in the Lead.. i iMaaurl' special terms by week or month. Mr. Hughes' address was tbe best ever Yawl For Sale. .. Tbe Oriental hotel Manhattan Beach i '

every Tuesday morning. beard In Tltusvllle. I. deserted, having closed, last Thursday
Trial Order ;
ERNEST V..ur..IIIDIJfOU..X.. Agt. I A. the theatre Is also closed the fireworks
,
Paint stay In the lead, and Yawlurr.oe44 feet over all, 15 foot enclosure Is Gold and cheerless.
also on building. It Is not a I Home For Sale. beam, draught Ti Inches aft cabin and the
stay your 19.
Will convince that verandas of
prices the Manhattan
Erupt
Sugar and Rice Barrels.For you my on Beach hotel
cheap paint but the price U low Sash, Doors, Lime, C.meD'.oct Nails areas test long, 111 feet wide,(II feet and iilncbea the scenes of fashionable f
many
2 t O. J1'. PA.DOl'SOzraD!: Gallic. low a* One hundred and twenty-five dollars high, 10 windows. Divided la five prl- and promenades
sale. Address, '. carload lots.you Write get anywhere.and I bay In cash and four hundred la quarterly In.ta1lmeot8 rate rooms by curtains on spring rollers deserted.gatherings: summer, are almost -
me see. Good-bys bave been the
WALTER A. Mooac of$23.00 wlthoutlnterest and bras rods. Toilet
Notice. 21i 0. F. PADuiaoir. Lan Gal Ile. nn- room, with overflow order of the last few days. From almost
8 George St., Charleston. 8, C. till paid, will buy a home on the river pump and stationary wash bowl.
the
front every standpoint season has been a
Two
Owing to the removal of C. 8. Sebu)'. at Tltusvllle. double folding bertha with new good[ one. More has

Launch for ,Sale at a Bargain. i ler to Jensep, W. 8. Branlg will have Photography, Picture Framed Address, B-O. J., AoroCAT omoe. tool hair mattresses chain 9 couches, I rockers. 3 lands than In any season money that has changed gone

charge of his Insurance business In TItnsvtlle. and Mouldings. t folding tables. seats eight; before. Regarding It from a social viewpoint '
table
? ao .Be.) enclosed,"...ph launch I Contractor Wanted. aDd bedding, ware, new stove, lamps the summer bas been more thaat
cooking nteoslls
hot beam, six horse Portrait, Landscape and Marine Photo Has gs9 for six persons. ordinarily Interesting This Is especial j

engine, built by Gas Engine Power Cow,For Hale.i graphs. Portraits In all the latest.ty .. Reliable building contractors wanted ncbor and cockpit cable with canopy new Mil, Iy true of the Oriental hotel, where Manager -

t-o., of Morris Heights; New York. gear "' Old pictures copied and enlarged to any to bid on the erection of nke residence good wheel and; rigging la good shape, Joseph Greaves Inaugurated a series
anteed to be la flrskclase. order. almost :i Forty dollars will bay a fine 'bred size and finished In any style desired. on my place on Indian River. Write and large forecastle steering gear; lockers of weakly hope that became Important

Dew. For terms, eta. apply to young cow, rood to have her first calf Florida views lot sale. Work finished for full Information, plans and specflea-! to handle with one berth; features of the life at that house. Man

Or PicTaa. NKUOIT.: together with a five roooihs' old bull 1M amateurs, at. trade prices.. Ions. Address, easy sot leak. For, good further sailer; sound does! ager Greaves will open Hotel Alcazar.

TltusvlHe, Fla calf; good stock. Apply atADVOCATE F. M. TATIXJB, Geo. E. AHDRBW, t.particulars address St. Angutln, on the first of November

A. M. PBttrrr, Daytona Fla. tf : Office.: Tltnsvllle, Fla..s TlbbaU, Fla.'iitf J. Tlbbals W AT&RII. and Mr. A. M. Loomis will, as heretofore, t
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;greenest excess: ,una'theTalrareteihave BIBLE FOR GOOD ROADS.- THE QUII'CE. CURCULIO. HAXTITE :BROS.

them so to .a frequentsource end 'een.equeat'ezpemte.: To 11m- C....... TheI Vellera Be Exalted It. Lite *.d 1I.IoIta-T.., Beat a.'.w.
''luarlze. put your .rood Into the ''best ovoid III.......* t-..... dr Vet Fo.... Fer It. 12W-1248 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I condition possible with the means available Speaking at a good roeds meeting at The! quince curciilio belongs to the

IF and then give 'them constant ..at Grenada, Miss., the tier. W. JL Ham- I largest and moat Important of the fain and Wine
tentlon rather than neglect them for left said: lllcv-the Cnrcullonldse or popular I Liquor Merchants

11 month ,and repair them In one. '"The subject of good roads now being curenllos or weevil*-of the snout bee

When yon have them In good'condition, agitated, la. worthy the profoundest tles. Thl III family Includes several of Oldest house In the ,
city.-
'expend year .effort upon keeping the consideration. The necessity\ of such such '
our most destructive' Insects, all
gutter and lu1ces open and leave tbe improvement Is so pots that be who
road Itself alone as much as possible. would oppose It would only Advertise the acorn and nut weevllij, the well Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St Louis Beers

An old hard roadbed Is bettor than any hue. *tajii against progress. ':This matter known plum curcullo the strawberry ,

US new soft one that can be made with of good roads Improvement' Is not weevil and that recent Importation OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
x EPp earth In any case, and it In far more without Its precedent, both ..anciently from Mexico the cotton bull weevIL ,
desirable than tbe usual agglomeration and .scriptural! .* We. In this modern A* some of the grubs go Into the sol jCall or send for Prices.

of road wash leaves and turf. age of energy and Invention. .are rather in August and the beetles which develop -- -
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Inclined to ooff at the people whose from them may-not appear aboveground ::: ?

artier lload Are Needed. existence 1.l but a dim historic memoryNevertheless before the middle of the nest ::e:: _:eez- MASON & Co. ;
American roads must Improve greatly .
on the subject of Improved 11
'"before this country can 'hope to well kept highways, we may: July a quince turcullo wily spend _Importers and Wholesale Dealers In-
51 mouths of Its life In the Boll la the or
match French feats with horseless ,
well lilt at their feet and earn. AmeN
' hicles. Some day we shall have: highways glance at Koine teaches us that chard. For a weep, or wore after they
porn such as ore enjoyed in' 1
'Then there will be Brent race' records legions of war have done for the City curcullos feed upon the growing ,

1L4jpC6rr.1Ur for .automobile on this Hide;of 'the At I of Seven! Illlla tad It not been for'her quince fruits and possibly. to a alight ,

'lantic.-Cleveland :1.ea4pr.-_, I splendid tly tem of good: roads' Ilav- extent upon, tho leave*. Then egg. are Fcrn.d.a.1e P'U.ro D.yO. '

leg conquered an outlying province, she laid In little pits made by the mother
--- --- -. -- H.od and Rural IerlverrThe Distilled by Fernclalo Distilling Co., Second District of
flaked It to herself by one of her endurable beetles in the fruit Kenturky; aged |In
determination: of the postoffloe highways. which social heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration Thcse
over hatched
COUXTHYT HIGHWAYS.POINTS In August, one Benson, eggs good,
establish rural free
department not to
delivery where the roads are bad will and commercial! ,,communication was in from seven' to ten days and the Itt are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and are regarded by the '
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AS TO MAINTENANCE AND the deprive benefits many"t farming(the aytrtem.commcallies There!are of could march with ease: In time: of rebelUons. FEKNDALE RYE is'put up In plain,cases containing no marks "whatever FOCB"FULL 1

IMPROVEMENT. Innumerable 'bad roads In the United Today traces of these roads QUARTS In each case, and delivered to you, all charges prepaid, at Uiefoi.
still exist and, having endured the ,
Mate.White's I lowing prices per case:
M..,t> C,.. n. AeeunptI.lied b,* Intel.rtlaloii ravage of weather and,time, they remain Ferndale, A, 7 years old, $3.20. Ferndale, A A, 8J years old, $3.70, .
to remind of that
Vrea'm us of
principle
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llj*at Hnad Guard Vermifuge *essentially
Money'refunded
A A A 10 old 420. Is not
Ferndale
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'...... _Urele.r> HrpmJr M.l...- the child' tonic. It Improves the digestion Rome worthy Imitation by any na- years entirely satiated

al-Road JlBohlmc... and assimilation of food, strengthening tlon. Rom would never bave been n.. -z: :ieir MASON: & co.
the nervous system and restoring what she was had It not been for her / Nr
There Is no question tbat so vexes: them tp the healthy vigor and elasticity roadway A ay tem of, good roads State Agents. 301-307-300-311 West Bay Stre'et, Mason Block.

the minds of the executive officers ot of spirits natural to childhood. Price, make a good city or nation. This l Isaxiomatic. JACKSONVILLE, 5 . . FLORIDA
23otg. B. R. Wilson ,
Jb Boa.tvli .
our country towns as that ot bow to .
best care tor tbe public roads, soys C. .. Good HIMMean.. "Moreover. Scripture uses this prlnclple ---- ---=

P. Augur of Connecticut In New England ,Good nuads mean to us both profit a* a figure: When the Almighty FOR $ 3.2.0.
Homestead. They kuoWthatonly and pleaaur TJHoJwJ11 eatable us to own through prophecy, had promised Sa v. ..

a certain amount' of money will be appropriated better vehicles and take pride In them. lour% be likened him to a king who Sect to us by Express, postoffice order or New York Exchange, '
They will help the couches and ochoola was about to visit bill peopto and In p we will
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send CHARGES PREPAID
for the purpose, and they you by Express, ,
in every locality. Good roads mean a honor of whom the highway shouldbe
are well aware that they will be held
avlngof time, the vain of which, as a put In perfect order 'Prepare ye FOUR FULL QUARTS
to a strict account for Its expenditure. whole, can hardly be estimated1. They the way of the Lord; make tnljJbt U I

.Except In a few Instances; where Isolated will Increase the average life of our vehicles the desert a highway for our God. Of the Celebrated Seven- ear.01d
patches of Improved road are probably a third and the saving I Every valley shall beexaltedand every Terma QUTKCB XNJCBKD BT ctrBCtrLio.

laid down with the jbdp of the state of wear and,tear oa our team proba- mopntaln and bill shall be made low' tie grub at once began eating their Calhoun Pure
appropriation, the work Is. very imperfectly bly more to say nothing of the Increa.- (Isaiah xl, 8). Even so there is another way into the fruit.", The grubs continue Rye Whiskey

done and tbe material used la ed loads that can be hauled with the king though an uncrowned one, who feedlllg ,In the fleshy part of the fruit

i worthless for the purpose. Often the same teams wishes to' v..1t. our cities but who Is for about a month, forming therein a W*hlp In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to Indicate contents .fwhlch( will awilil ell eon
men In charge of road ,repairs know Good roads wl)1 be a benefit to every hindered by the unsatisfactory condition large "worm eaten" cavity. When tuft meat) will get It and tent It, It It Is not atlfaotory, return It at OUR KXPKNBg: ud
' your $3.20 cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey 1* a*!food\: as any (ft 00 good.la the
that the slipshod metho'ds employed body except tbe wagon shops and carriage ot ,our roads. It be comes, be grown; the grubs eat their way to the W*ara clone at band and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than Mutant hoses! W tnirku, bin
''f ( are poor economy, but the fear of adverse makers. Cor. New Orleans will bring plenty with blmj I refer to surface of the fruit forming the famll been dntnic l isliie.. In thin city and at the Mine und for over 16 YEARS, and u to our SEA.
criticism ixerhaps loss of office, Times Democra his majesty the farmer. lie can exist! lar "worm hole" leading Into tbe black- the PUNBIBILITY editor ot this AND paper./ REPUTATION for honest dealing' we refer you to any merchant: bera, ot If

If this ea\o'l expenditure. exceeds that In his Independent way without the Ish, disgusting looking cavity: In the SOLOMON A: LEVI

comes and cities, but the title* can't exist without flesh. ,-
Take life..* make the 1928 A: 1030 First Avenue,
most of all circumstances, but foe a bad him. Prepare your highway, exalt tbe It Is the testimony! ) of growers wh P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM ALA.
cough or cold take Ballard's Ilorehound valleys bring low the bills, and let this have thoroughly tested the arsenical ,

Syrup the best known remedy for quick king rome In. Citizens build good l sprays that they; are of little or no ben 'NOTICE:-We pay Express Cbar,;..to all points reached by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS*
relief and sure cure. Price 25 and SOcU. roads!" edt.I PANT" but to points on line of other Express Companie, we prepay only to points wbtn.
1 B. R. Wilson A: Hon. Like the plum curcullo this quince .Southern Express!: Company transfer to said other Express" Company;
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i Poorly Dral.d Road. purcnlto quickly drops to the ground
n FREE MAIL: DELIVERY. It Is the settled ot road when the tree Is jarred, not shaken
opinion ei
i Will Give Impetus, to Oeod Read pert that farmers would better a bunion ,Those who practice the jarring method c =: A.C. :IB: J:.... TT ':3-vd: : Sc CO. ,

I"," .Movement. ,dirt roudl1la king unless they' do It successfully! jar the trees every day I II BIT. .*. 010 w. Bay st, JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
Now. that the postofRce department scientifically. If the. dirt roadway be possible from the time tbe beetles appear -

, ."" has announced Mint tbe continuance of left to Itself It become hard packedat until their number decrease be- KJ{;
f ,"" ' II'' ... -_-_ ,tree delivery of tbe mall In rural district least In the course of. year, while yond the danger point, or only 'a few t
".'; t" depend upon the !maintenanceof t the! elaborately traded! and good to are captured each time. ,' r
it f. ..,, good road. the question of the keepIng look at but Insufficiently. drained

tI t up of the roads. Is of more, Importance handiwork of the unscientific road- :TILLAGE FOR POTATOES.
I A HIOIIWAT. than ever, say tbe St, Louis maker fall an easy .victim to the Li
; of last year cause them to do that rost-DlMputcu. Ont severe rainy season. because It The Cor. H Scheme as It Work ..
\ which makes a show of repairing, but Free mall delivery bas been of great ball not bad time to be' packed by Among the Farmer*,.
which In the end loaves the roads In' benefit wherever It bal been tried. It traffic. The Cornell (N. V.) statin has dopea
worse condition than before repairs good deal of work Improving metb<
mean a saving of time and money to
were attempted. the people. It I III the use of well organ Thousands suffer with torpid liver, producing oils of potato culture.Tbe' Y
" My Idea of what .shouM be done Is to ized effort for tbe desultory and wasteful !great depression of spirits, Indlrustlon Cornell scheme Is": "Early (or
i elect at the annual town meeting on alternate method of each man going tor his constipation, headache. Her- twice) plowing, thorough fitting deep

I years a road supervisor whose own malL In many cases It may save blue will stimulate the liver, keep the planting, prolonged, frequent level: till
term of office shall bo for two years I Individuals of families much bowels regular and restore a healthful age and spraying' with bordeaux mixture A

unless sooner terminated. Give him I and lu1ferln There money buoyancy of spirits Price, OOcts. D. R. and Paris green." :;
i are plenty of '
the entire charge of the roads. bridge I Instance where tbe prompt delivery of Wilson A: Son. One farmer who tried It reports| concisely / "

and sluice and pay him a liberal per I a letter was a matter of life or death. 0....,. at lt..d 1..1.". : "Four row 145 feet long yourway' 'Sy1'V'a.I:1: : Gt-loxx: Whiles3: :.op.
diem for time I six bushels. Four 145 feet
necessarily expended. rows '
When It I I. understood that those *eca The appropriation for tbe office of Four
, The flnt' Full Quarts Delivered for $3.20.
'duty of the, supervisor '>> that maintain good roads have road Inquiry. department of agriculture long, my way tour bushels. ,
should be to appoint a resident road One point which still have timeliness
may I
'I ta, delivery, while those that allow the for this year Is $27.000. It will I 6 of the same $4.6O. 12 of the same $9.00.
guardian tor each section of road sui-h ton some late crops Is the prolonged
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roe to become Impassable are cutoff be used In building sample roads and
section not to exceed three mile In tillage at the All goods are pat In
ram It benefits It can hardly be otherwise assisting the roads versus "laying by" up plain boxes-no mark on the same to show content
,t extent. The duty of this road guardian / good third cultivation. On this It U advised:
do Died that we shall see a great Im- movement. Agents for the Pabst Brewing.
,I hall be not to repair damage but to pr cement. In roadmaklng. Country "Cultivate lightly (about two Inches). _.
prevent It. He should Inspect the road Josh working as close to the row at the top --------- -
p. pie do not like to pay for somethingw \Venthafer, of Loogootee, Ind., Is --
under his charge frequently, especially kb they do a poor man, but be lays he would not be will permit. Cultivate after ,every rainstorm -
during heavy rains, and see tblt gut notget. without Chamberlain's rain Balm If It as soon as the soil Is fit Continue PABLO BY THE SEA LIVERY.Turnouts : .

,.ters and Hluicea are kept open and water r- ___" ----_____ _- .__ t cost five dollars bottle, for It saved him these ,hallow cultivations as
bar unbroken. Often ten minutes' from being a cripple. No external application : long nit 'It II I possible to pass between of all descrlplona ,,r SADDLE HORSES,
work with hoe or shovel at the right J Is equal to this liniment foratltt tbe rows, narrowing the cultivation at tfI sI - tHAI7UNO ,
moment will save ten hours' work with Muscle and swollen joints, contracted muscles, each successive, tillage to correspondto : ke BAGGAGETra'aeftr
stiff neck, sprain and rheumatic and +u )
team and I have the left between
men. recently drive muscular pains. It has also cured space the spreadIng -
en over hundreds of miles of "country Des not make the man. The blood it numerous cases of partial paralysis. It rows. Prom seven to nine cultiva- TRAPS; Etc.

roads and have observed the great tk* life" the vital force of the body So Is for sale by all druggists and medicine tions have been found most .advantageous SURREYS .
damage done by the spring rains. In it not infrequently happens that the man dealers. tortbe.crop, and It Is well if the Wm. AVILKIXSOX,

nearly every case a little work at the who looks to be a picture of physical tillage: la continued Into August. Level LAUDAUS
right time could have saved tbe roads strength falls a sudden victim to disease.A w.... Comtard Cardie. tillage has given better results on the : / Proprietor..
In the event of any unusual damagethe proper care for When custard curdles from overcooking station grounds than the 'hilling method VICTORIA'S 11a.
the blood would : to each pint Of milk used In tbe the Pablo Beach,
guardian should report promptlyto advantage being greater In dry
his. superior. prevent many a custard allow two teaspoonfuls of corn- seasons.." --------- -- ---- '-'"
The material used In serious sickness. starch mixed: with a little cold milk Commenting these methods J.
usually repair upon ADVOCATE
The cleansing of r tbe'CUI'dled HOUSE.
and strain PRINTING
log country roada Is road wash or turf the blood is custard Into It. L. Stone of the station staff say:
that has grown upon It and I II In no fectly accomplished per.. Stir over the Ore and let It boll; then Eighty-five per cent of,the reports received -
! reuse suitable. The worn pebbles hare by the use of add a beaten egg. Sugar and flavor from farmers of tillage experiments M J

no power of coherency. They will not Dr. Fierce' Gold to taste' and take off tbe fire' at once.Serve with potatoes Indicate profitable / / rc t
bind, and the organic mutter of turf en Medical Discov 1 a* originally Intended. returns from,tile method recommend __
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Is productive only of mud or dust ery. out ed. Some of the gains are extremely::
the impurities and Cures II low 1 Troubled Blood "
I There la no road so pleasant to ride profitably secured.

upon as a well made well drained, well poisonous which substances cor- 1'oigon Cancer Eczema, etc. f'J I

graded dirt road. Once settled Into rupt the blood and Where Rain h.'. wanted
place It will last In good condition for breed, disease. It I Cot Nothing to Try It was a day In June that I visited a
;year If frequently looked after. On Increases the activity Old, obstinate, deop-coated cases per farmer at Rocky Ford says a Rural
heavy soils It will,'of ,be of the blood- manently cured by taking Botanic Blood
muddy New
course Yorker correspondent lie was
Balm (B.D. B.). If your blood Is tainted
when tbe frost U. coming out, but that making glands, producing offensive eruptions, aching irrigating beet and orchard. It threatened .

is only for a short period and the pleasure the and so increases of bone |and joints, ulcers, falling hair, mu- rain. I asked him why he did not .-
supply
of riding on It free from noise and blood. It builds pure. oous patches, sour mouth and throat, wait for tbe shower. e. ,
dust at other season compensate for the entire body I .cab.or scales, persistent pimples,eating "I don't want the rain" he answered.
a good deal of springtime annoyance. with up good sound sores, swellings, sore lip, dry sore, dull, "Rain la "nuisance.." It packs down the
It 1* not practicable to harden all flesh. aching lancing, shooting pains then :you earth.: It makes the place muddy. It
r country roads and It the road 1* well There Is no alcohol have blood poison or the beginnings of nocks: down the plant and drive
r drained and the gutter and sluice I In "Golden deadly cancer. Don't experiment: but them intothe mud. It upset all
my
take Botanlo Blood Balm B.B. B.) made
f kept open It I II not desirable. A clattering Medical Discov calculation.. We have too much rain." F
ery" and U is entirely especially to core all malignant blood ,t9IVkS'Q ilea -
stone road take away much of free from opium, cocaine and all i troubles, like those named above, and Although this represent an extreme
i the charm of a country drive to say other narcotic itching, scabby, ecsema carbuncle., view, it nevertheless contains much
nothing of the annoyance to dwellers The dealer who offers a substitute for scrofula rheumatism, cancer, blood truth. We of tbe humid east have a
thereon. Sometime. It gravel I le readily the "Discovery1 does so to gain the little humors, etc, Heals every sore and stops species" of commiseration and sympathy
'I available. It hi economy to surface a more profit paid by Inferior medi- all ache and pains Try It. Costs but for the man who live where there Is
; damp dirt road with a tour Inch coat. cines. There is nothing "just all good f 1 at druggist Treatment sent free by scanty rainfall but ibis man In the arid
I'p This will keep all light vehicle out of for the blood a* "Golden Medical Discovery writing to Or. Glllam,200MltobellStreet regions has a similar commiseration
therefore no substitute Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble and free
the mud, even In springtime and unless accept medical for the easterner who must wait for
I ave bottle oT Ooldm advice given: Medicine and free
i I took Mdlcl Dfaco
; very heavy teams pas over It will err1 Ibr nay blood*write. Nt'.Willi... D.tthtmU medical advice sent at once prepaid. B. he weather. To a large degree the Irrigator -
? last for year Wet place that cannot Ha,at army.Cherokee Natloa IndUa Territory. B. B. originated by Dr. Glllam over 30 la Independent He applies water -
,li I be successfully drained should be filled "them 1 otr.S; they worm would' oa cam r.r and rlht I would back,bore sad years ago. Thousands have been cured when the plant. need It Tbe thrltt- -

i i; with a telford pavement and from six tbrv wr on me ohm"com nfenced tutor'Oeld- many after doctors and patent medicine ines of the crops, a* well a* of the peo- Fine Job
to eight Inches of gravel placed over It. em haven't Medial bus OUco.iry.bothered and any they mar wnt.* away andI bad utterly failed. Botanlo Blood Balm, I pie la this Arkansas valley testifies to Work Quickly ExecutedAT
I All gutter and sluices should be Dr. Pterce's Pleasant Pellet" cure con (B. B. B.) (rive*life, vigor and strength j the fact that the'fanner U boss despite e

' "Y4'fI. enojun to ia.e th* ralafaO >. Cs stipation. to the blood, making U pure and rich. the lack,.C rain.
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Professional Cards.

BABY BEEF Ofj, THE FARM. Sick Women OUR NATIVE_ -PLANTS. I

yEO.. M. ROBBINS, EGZEMA'SITCH A !New Movement For Their Protr*.
L.ra-e> Ao... .* ....._. Stun: Pet *. tlon-AMT One tan Lend Hand I,
IS TORTURE I. Small ..* naylnar: r.......**. ar,... Valentine Tmllm N.aw A teal laoklnrhorwr.A
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ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 't number of IHTHOUH who, take a
In the production of "bnby berfrstber Lydia Cm Pink,..,..'. VWg.fa- keen Interest In wild 0iiw.,,,r have null. hero.per.. hqk 1. the SInR
AT LAW. Eczema: is caused acid humor in .
by an richer grain rations are generally want kind vf abluatton. oom
Ouwtt H&e i
the blood In contact with the Oomgtountl d to form a .ttocll'ty)11 the Protection .
mil practice In State and United State kin and producing coming great redness and in- used anal a maximum grain ra. of Native Piau I..' The: uttject of this

Court. lamination ; little pustular eruptions form thou fed which (generally contains,some society la to try to du something tt1 Eureka ,
011 meal. Th. grain In these eases .Is happiness. will g. ont ef year life I
Office at TITUSVII.LE, FLA. and discharge a thin, slickly fluid, which chock the wholeanle' dewtrnrtlon! to '
U have Oil'y'1
dries and scales off ; sometimes the skin is ground a* to increase the couxuwp- forever my sister you any which many of our nuttve! plantH" areexpo.etla HarnessaolontymskMithohiininieaniltlMl[
mentioned la Mra.Valentine' .
r hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any tlon of the food. I have known &I of the symptoms; / U'8lrucuii often a matterof 11 '

D OAULDEN, form is a tormenting stubborn disease. small quaatttte of flax to be fed In the promptly. Procure letter unleita Lydia II.yo.Pink-act : pure thoughtles.nxe. In the CXOPSHIT lMhor.un brew bo* anl bettor tlablepnu.nlneon.bat matsa the I t A

and the itching and burning at times are' sheaf as a substitute for ollmeal diunn I. let-twle.. boa
ham' Compound at of flowers anti l
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, almost unbearable the acid burninj Vegetable once picking unnecessarypulling I ea It ordln.rlly wn.bl. ,
; which gave most gratifying gains It is absolutely sure to help you. Then up of root or an extensive col
Will practice In all the Courts of the humor seems to ooze out and set the akin I
BUM These cadres took on flesh very rapW write for advico If there is anything of flowersand plants for "nle."It .
ot Florida,and the United States Oonrta. on fire. Salves waahes nor other external lecttnit : p bTANDARD
I. U Box,838. TITU8VTU.K FLA. application do any. real good for along I' ly on a grain ration of snapped and about your caw you U> mot understand. la the lntontiin of the society to

as the remains iu the bloodit shelled corn and a sheaf of flax fed publish brief articles or 1 leaflets cnlllux
Money to Loan. poison
18 need be afraid to tell the
You not
will skin four time per week.. GiveYour
keep the irritated. the attention ofl thoughtful people to
h
oovld not to the
J. WEBB, BAD FORM OF TCTTCIt. Our feeder are largely appreciating doctor things-you your letter will be explain seen obly by 'the matter and t"*point out what plants. 'l l '
F. tbfe fact that the cost o/ producla melt sod In what
For three year. I women. All the persons who seta private especially protection 1Chancel /
ATTORNET-AT-LAW had Teller: on...mhands 3 gains oo any animal I Increase with letters at Mra. Pinkham'a Laboratory way tbe desired and may be best cffectpd. Horse a
which
them to well. to twice each month of his age and that tile at Lynn. Mass., are women.l\ It la the- Inteutluu to distribute ,
Will practice in the Courts of the '7t their natural ii.... Pert more rapid the gains the cheaper they, letters are confidential and advice absolutely these leaflet. to teacher lu school, to '
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonrealdenUand of the time the. dl...... ryh+ wffll be the anraarcWe cannot free. .
w..inthetormorrun.nine . pn flower, nilRslosM and village. Improvement .
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rents and accounts collected. : sores, very pain afford to bring the calf up to 400 or Here is the letters-"It la with societies and In such other place -- -

TrrusviLLiB. FKORIDAA ful.muehdi.comort: and c.udag; aae IMO) pounds at weaning time and then pleasure that I add my testimony to a* It may seem that they will b*> ef .>Some of our down-river readers have ,
Four
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I' doctor.ld the. Tetter allow him to stand still for the nest your list hoping fectlre. forgotten the fact that this oflice Is fully (
I', had progressed. too fart it may induce equipped to do all kinds of I
three or four months during the winter
protectionof
for the
movement
D. PENNEY be cured and they others to "This Advertising and job printing helps us to .
could di J, sesteon and spend the first two month of
nothing for avail them* native ptanta has the approval the publish ft newspaper worthy of the East
ATTORNET-AT-LAW me bottle.Itiok of a.only a. a.three and en grata In recovering from the starva selves of the New England Botanical club, which asa Coast and all we want Is a share of It. I
.....completely. cured tics of the previous winter. benefit of."Oul'yalu.bl. body feel keenly the loa or great reduction -

rrrtJSVK.1.1:, FLORIDA saw This., and was fifteen have. newt years It It Is profitable to feed corn to ayearold rem of many plants once more or i:

since..:. ,. of ray old trouble."-VaS.I steer It to much more profitable .d y. Before less abundant In the neighborhood of
Will practice In all the court of the 'lth *B.JACKSON, 1414 McGee at.. Kanaa City,..... to feed him during his calfhoot taking Lydia lance cUt KIDNEY DISEASES :

Judicial Circuit. S. ,S.: S. neutralizes this add.poison, and early growing period. If the calf B. PtolcharrT "For information In regard to. the 80- .

cools the blood and re.tore.lt to a healthy can be made to weigh 400 pounds at G' Vrtabl elety For tbe Protection of Native I

4 JONES natural .tate.,and smooth the rough and nnhealth clear ; months It should certainly weigh TOO Compound felt vead I ,1 Plant or its leaflet application maybe rr. the most fatal of all db j I

MORGAN pounds at 12 month, 1.200 pound at lr.waaterrlbl made to Miss Maria R. Cart*, curator '
cures Tetter Bryaipelaa. ;
Psoriasis,, Sal 18 to 20 months and 1.400 pounda Clr nervous, and of herbarium Boston Doclety of ease V t .
REAL ESTATE AND IIksht becsome.sltOlt.
INSURANCE Rheum and all skin upward at 2 years. If kept until that tired,had sick Natural History Berkeley street Hoeton. ( CURE !Is )

Loans, Notary Public. disease due to a poisoned age. headache, no Mg W_PVAL NTINt._ ." fOLEY'S KIDNEY I [

Collections, Typewriting condition of the Snob steers top the market wherever : appetite.Cawing In addition to the fort-got: circular lnnini.Jor R.lldl .r:
Stenography. blood. Send for oar book and write us old because they, not onlyshow the pain In'stomachs pain in my; a member Of ')he !society' stale that

TITUSYIHK FLA. abput your Cut Our physicians hare evidence of good feeding but because right aide, and so weak ''I there 1* no reason why tbe mdetyshould \ fISemedies i
made these diseases life and could scarcely stand. 1 was not able money refunded. Goaftata
a study can
and the
they nave the breeding form be local In It* action and It. Is
help you by.tfeeir advice; we. make no to do anything. Had sharp pain* 'all etebi-
A. which a amount of be recognized fey !
large
WORLET put prim. eventually
GEO. charge: lor thi.service. All correspondence through inv body. Before I had taken hoped that there may .
is conducted in strictest confidence. boat IB a small package., half bottle of your medicine, I found member throughout the coua "y. "l'lIere' Dent physicians as the fast'fat !I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. tMI There la a.distinct advantage In fern! myself Improving- I continued its see are many persons belonging to It wbo
SWIFT SPECIFIC co.. ATLANTA. I" Kidney and Bladder trouble 'Ii
General practice in State and Federal tag young Cattle. u7 a8'uer-; until I had taken"faur bottl:!aaad felt are' well kftown' a* botanists beside .
Courts. All business entrusted will to bold your cattle for a favorable market 110 well that I did not need to take any other' who are Interested! simply' from PRICK: 804.tad fjLOBuB. .:,

receive prompt attention. SWARMING PREVENTED. and secure satisfactory prl ea., more. I am like a .new.person,.and their'lore Of natural lM>*uty.. 1C. 'WILSON t BUN f'.
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate : growing beef upon the farm there your medicine ahall always haws myDtaiae.Mss. '

Miami. Two or T.... P1... De*la;... C. AaeoMBlUh I. a sure profit under good management .Camden.i,yo P. V N.J.41.ItIt'l'tlt1J, 50(5 A DI**. te>liitliMs ..-w....". WANTKI>-nevscatrsrsoaaof. ehanuiaar, and }i I 1
F.rry Avenue. rood l _a State(one in this eounly -
MIAMI FLORIDA. This) P..._... as prim beef will alwaya pay for the When the "eter bearing" European ''''reputation.m faei nt Mal atlvertlse 'The surest way to prevent IncreaseIs growing If we start with the calf. f O O WM strawberry, St. ,Joseph was Introduced aahll..".... wealiky. kaslnsss house of solid ttnan- .1 f II$

JAMES ANDREWS,' to give plenty of comb room 'and The steer grown upon the farm I If .,..,.Z JIi.J::"" .rI "' .'". three years ago great. hopes oll eddltlt.nal.srl| standlns' vsyalil Malary*rte ID .eah weekly each,with Wminesdax expenses .,111 lJ.

then extract: : closely till the swarming they are not sold at the moment when were entertained that we had it last direct from Iksaii utHo. Hors end. earring fur-. '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. - alshed, 'when nevessarjr. References i K .oht.. 'I'
season Is over says O. M. .Doollttle In they would have realised the greatest received a Variety capable of beatingautumn s>If BiltlressiMl, ;" staa iwil euy.loue. Manager, SIB k
Main office and postoffloe address, TITTJSVIIXK. The Bee JournaL Probably not one profit baTe still converted Into money 'GENERAL DIRECTORY. fruit. It Was so highly recommended Caxtuu Ittilldlng, Chiimto. Ouoo ,,

Branch office at ;FORT PIEBCK. colony In BO will offer to cast swarm a large. amount of the product of the :- 'that many "'trial* were -Job Printing of all kind executed .. I

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co treated In this w.,. In fact very few farm at a reasonable profit to the own made, 'only to end In disappointment at the ADVOOATH office. Send your order, I

Notary Public State at Large. colonies will offer to swarm where tiered er. conclude a Nebraska correspondent u. s. LAND OPTICS.If. 8t. Joseph i make: a pitiably small \ I
of The PralrleI.'arm.r.Tabler'l .S. rhuhh .......... ................Regklter.. with best native ': .
up for extracted: : honey and the extracting W.CJ.R..htnenn... .. Rmwlver.Offloes plant aa compared our BANNER! ew.tirati..i-m
E.: not done till the end of the I at Os/neevlli.,Vlorld. varieties though It doe not tacit vigor !
FOSTER .
STEPHEN season providing that empty comb Buckeye Pile Ointment Is Dot U.B. SENATORS"( and produce a few small. pale, but, |rs>moet he."rue t.lvlnth-- ...-..-wgrJp'..' >, ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW room Is given as fut as needed. a panacea, but Is recommended for blind J. P. Tallafsrro..... ........... uPJanPeonvtlle. . well flavored fruits under ordinary cultivation. THE RAPID ''CAtKBB ,\. wept ereryyaothsman --
But when working for comb honey] bleeding protruding piles, and It will! 8. II Mallory,............. .... ...... ....-...1&001.. .-Rural New Yorker. and boathuUar' needs. For I if
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building, the Is'' and the beea cure the moat obstinate 0 case. Price. :41 1'1
case different are U. S. CONGRKSSMKN.: sale by Jas. Prltobard Son, Titus- ,4)li)
COcts in
bottles. .
JACKSONVILLE' FLA. almost sure to swarm no matter how Wilson Son Tubes 73ots. B R Rob8rt W. na"t..................... i.Palatka. .... As 'erlem PI.... Tllle, Fla. Price 11 and $3 eaoh. i
much section room Is given or whether B. M. Sparkman.........,.....,. ...,,.,Tampa, The American plum* are now attractIng r

W. ALLEN.ATTORNEY.AT.LA, these sections are filled with foundation ragas &;*..., FLORIDA LKOWLATURE.R. much attention on account of their The Indian IllvorAgency JC"pJ JIJt4't4l:

GEORGE; or not. Professor Blum of the Louisiana ex ':. 1 N. nimlck, Palm Beach" ...... ......Renator. hardiness' and freedom from Injury by Han for Sale ,
W, I know of some apiarists who keep perlment station has made tests and K. B. Raulenon, fort Pierce,., ..Representative.BXECUTITX the' plum cnrcullo and the brown rot. I i

Ksr WEST FLORIDA their apiaries at the original number analyses from' which the conclusion; la DEPARTMENT In quality none of tbe pure native Unimproved lands from $2.00 to925.00

Will practice in the United States of colonies while working for comb drawn that sugar cane grown on the Win. 8. .'.nnl"/fII./ .., .. .. .......Governor bee proved equal to the European or per acre.
and State Courts honey by uniting the colonies about yellow sandy-pine land of Georgia and Jno. L,, Crawford,,...,..,,,.,.&! crtrr or Rtate. the beat of tbe Japanese but some of 10 acre orange grove near Tltuavllle,

OjunCS I three or' four weeks before the honey North Carolina Is fully' the equal In Win.lt/ameaR.Lam.r..4.Whltfleld.. ...H'...,...Attorn.y-Oeiiersl..........treasurer. the new hybrid with the Japanese or some trees bearing IHtXMKX()()

harvest, making one colony out of two, sugar content of the best grown any. W. N. .Hb..su,. .. ......Biipt. Piilillo. Institution. the' European are of fine quality aDd A sore orange grove, near Tltuavllle,
O. FRIES, C. E. H. K. MoLIn.Commis./oterArrlmOtore.. with 10 acre of land, some bearing .
J they preparing for this In advance by where and superior to Louisiana cane are very promising. Among the ben
AlonsoC. rroom........ .... .. Comptroller.: 1000.00.) +
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a COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land keep'-. each .colony shut on only hall In the proportion of 10 per cent to 12! J.U11RnrdR.Fester....... ...Adjatant-tteneral. of this group fruited are the Wild
cent. John Hradford,............,....Burvej.rlener. Orange grove and pineapple farm, at :
the combs contained In the hires theyuser per Goose Hammer Gold and!
Hawkeye
legally surveyed and sub-divided. R. E.Roe......... ... Stat Chemist Mlooo, 600 good bearing; trees, with 1 acre b, .
Mapping neatly done. Estimates fur making the stronger help the Amttfmltmrml Ifots-a.' unices st Tsllshsewe,Florida Golden. Massachusetts Experiment shed for pines, !good dwelling, tl,000.X) :111 ,

all kinds of engineering; work.. Disputed weaker till all have the half of their Kansas wheat growers are to bave SUPREME: COURT JUIX1K8.: Station. 80 acres of pine and hammock land for ,III,

lines a specialty hives Just.solid with brood and then M. If. ... .. oranges and pines on It, U. south of f I
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seed of flip hard red. Russian or Turkey Mbry .,. ... : Chief .liistine.;
let them divide natural .... . C....... th. Cwveulle.The bastlan fSOO.OO '
TITUSVILT.IC: Brevard Co. FLORIDA. by swarming to r.1t.rarter. .. .. .. ... ..A.eoolateJusNlro. River
,
the original number, keeping down all nbi-nt dlrec% from the Crimea IIla B.K.Tsjlor.... ........ ... .... n .< curcullo baa. been controlled suecenafully louse and 4:} acres of land beautiful .'
after swarming. imported through the State Millers' RAILROAD by jarring the tree In early river front, 9 miles of Eau Gallia 500. '

N. S. BURNHAM, M. D.. Or you can let them swarm without and State Grain Dealers' assoclatluin H I'Y.': ..b'.rm.n.COMMIB9IOKBRH.... ..........Gainesville. morning and collecting tbe Insect In 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, giver .1

uniting before the honey harvest and aDd will be distributed after the mid J'M"rtraD.( .. ... .. .. .*..... ..........."...per. {the curcullo catcher. Tbe can below front, at Georgian $TW. Li't
SfJRQEOX and SPECIALIST after the la mite dle of July. John'r..1r"nj'', .. oi.rli. .. ... Klssliiim's.. the canvn,Into which the Insect) fall Apply at once to S .
honey season over :r.t., .. ..*..,|.. D. I.. GAULDKN-: I' ""ilTltusvllle
Ear, Nose and Throat. back to the original number This accomplishes Sugar. beets should not be permitted Headquarters and ortloes at Tallahee.ne, fla. I.I partially Oiled!' with kerosene.A II III. Manager.
Fla.
the,, same object .a the for. to dry out after being dug, as there .In, CIRCUIT COURT.Minor.JnnerTltnsvllle sheet'' wIth the seam ripped half ----- i iFoley's I.

WEST PALM Bison, ,FLORIDA. mer. only the colonies are not all strongIn always a loss of sugar. ; ......Circuit Ju" .. the length to permit Its bel readily\ 4 I

------. .-_--_-___-H__.-_-_ numbers for storing,, and It' give Ilosslan fly the bane of wheat grow J. I). ntiKKS./ (trlanilo. ...Pmsanntlna .ttormyt I Honey and Tar

more mouths to feed after the honey era In the older states, appear to lw Vail Hprlmc-rerin-FInt form-First Monday Monday In In November.April. r hIt lunfll..d.to" the cough. ''l

harvest Is over. with"** a rule, ten results going westward. Secretary Cobura of
Kansas. BRKVARD COC5( 4Y COURT/
VirgilliaHollies In la credited with the advice to
section honey.
A. D.
a bum the wheat stubble as soon 'as tbu, *"!*rJnnri.! AaOlre.....,,. .......Proseou County tong Attorney Ju.lae
-- -- wheat Is removed from. the. fleld., A. *.Mte..arl. .County Clerk
A WORTHY glMlnir Tram-ewnrl Monday In M.,...
SUCCESSOR.
Ton learn all about Virginia; Lands, Corn-hnskera.. sprained wrists barded- Summer: T"r rtTd Mrmd.y In August.
Its resources, products, mode of ca'tivatlon wire cats and sprains, or out from any WlnterTeretSennnd Yeas Term- Mnnilay! Monday In NovoinTier.

\ prices etc., by rending; the 'Something New Cantor The a.D." other cause, a.qaloldy heated when February.
Virginia Farmer. Send plate iallard'a[ Snow Ointment I. promptly ap COUNTY SCHOOL,BOARD. ,
for a months ubsnription to the All doctors have tried to cure Catarrh plied. Price, 29 and ioot. Wilson; Son. R.11:. Minis., ,,"....rlnta"d.ne........Honsventnra. 1 Ferry Beeson
% >er i J M. Dt...... i known tneeouneryover a*
Farmer Jeml chairman.
Co. Tltiifvtlle
Va. the of ,
by use powders"sold 1nbal-
Eraporla .
gases; ); '
{ R.N.A.'N..,(:toast O. f. Flatts, tore she we./ rellofcU.ede> she 1
and floroa It t
irs drugs; paste form. (;belr
pow. San be boubk Zion'I save a
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HAVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON den dry up the rauouous membranes, -lb. T" a.eS. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS nloanl on cheap swls and lues a>

Rapid CalkerP If not call at the store causing them to crack open and bleed. TM trunk ret 1* a device to ..av. the. T. R.Walk.r, "halrman, Tlm.Tlll"( Jnbn R. a dollar oa the nsrvvit.KOI ,
of Jan. Pritchard A Son TitusVllle.' The powerful acids used In the inhalers bark of the trunk owner and a great Mint. Indlanola' : R. A. (",Vmkllnir Tlllnia/ (.,..ltn e.M Annual frae.D. f
.
It is an article that should be In the have entirely eaten away the same roem- boon It Is to traveler and sojourners "Reajutor Jones sessions, WotnrI..1 are J.held Frank Hell, While City: M. FIRRY a CO.. 1%
flrsl OetrsH. Mtak.
Monday In sob
possession of every boatbullder and braves that their makers have aimed to I to resorts at the mountain or by the uont n.. :

yachtsman. Read the testimonial. cure, while paste and ointments cannot shore. It supports the trunk at a convenient BREVARD COUNTY Orr.CltRtI.A. i
from flrat-class boatbullden. roach the dUe.iae. An old and ex perenced to A CWUHTLIO OATUHCM.
bright one's
pare back D. Penney. Tlt.MTllle- .....
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practitioner who hM for many when parking or unpacking and to JM. K. Amlrews.. Tltn'rUlej, .. Connty I>.....Jmln Att'y. placed around the tree I I.* ri cheap and
yean' made a clone study and specialty of A, A. .Stewart Tltusollla, . ...minVy effective substitute for the catcher here
give accvas when the trunk I la Clerk
the treatment of CATARRH has at last easy In .F. F. Woolen.CIXHNI...... ... ,..... DYSPEPTICIDETh
perfected a treatment which when faithfully dally 'use: alno It makes It possible to Eo 'W, hall Tltutwllle! !!! .._.... .. .,.-Tai fiZSXSZ. figured. When'the sheet I* used the ss.ate.t aI lsl to DIGESTION. J
relieves weep under the trunk. F. II. Ifciye, Tlliisvllle" .. ....Treasurer Insect should be collected In anotherreceptacle
A Sample copy of one of the best farm used not only at onoe, but R..?. Mime. Hnn.w""ta. . .. ""re.I''b. Inst. +
after
permanently cures CATARRH by removing J. .Fries Tlnisvllle,. . . ...Cnnne, BnrrOTor. ., jarring each tree.-. The Largest and Most Com- I
papers published free If will J.P.Mrowo.Tltnsvlll, Ks Station.
you send the naiise stopping the dincharg.s .Hherlir.; ; nsa. I
your name on a postal card and curing all inflammation. It Is the. Objntlosi to ...._.. Selling. T.J.Cvcksbutt,LOraog.Regl.ir.tion. Oflluer, olata: Establishment South. i

mentioning ',only remedy known to science that ao-i "The chief objection to the growing TITIIBVIU.! TOWN COUNCIL ,I'f.' ..re sad Note*. '

this paper uallr reaches the afflicted. part. This I manner forage crop Is the time and I A. D. Penney,mayor t M. II..f,,_Jr., marshal "The pin oak has come to be very CEO. *$. HACKER & SON .# i

TUB PIX>WBOT Co., wonderful remedy I I. known as "HVUF- labor consumed In their production. It and iwmreri ta. ooll-rtor-" John : C. H. Hchnyler, clerk and popular with tree planter of late. It* I. ,
Henry tax .
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FLKHthe GUARANTEED CATARRH nswmiorj' I> 1. j'
becomes necessary to prepare nuuierexn rianlrten, F.:A. Losley, J.:M.DlxonI. V.Iwren, deep orange red I II very striking In ,. I
Atlanta Ga. CURE!: and Is Mold at the eltremelylow.: small pleas of land at frequent In-' Jno K. ,[ oouncl""_. Tb.ouuncll meets utumn. I !
price of One Dollar each package con- ant Tuesday. In sash month.. H
taming Internal and external medicine ervals. and to cut and draw small An Interesting feature at the Pan- ...

_i sufficient for a full month's treatment qoantUle of fodder to the barn every TITU8VILLF BOARD OF TRADE. American exposition la the show of .,: !

and everything necessary to perfect use.-- two or three days. Work of,this character ore G..Itothlnpre.ldenti.1S.Dixon,.J. U. Hut,.....,.,tal'). i Meets senond, trass.W tlC1- tropical frtilt. pineapple growing both 'J I '
6O YEARS "SNUFFLES" la the only perfect CA. Is time consuming and frequently needay. night' 'In each month.at their ruonm. In the open ground and under shed, iil'j
EXPERIENCETitDC TARRU CURE ever made and is now nurferes with 'mort' extended tarm',0000000.tlontl.
cocoanut tree and otber tropical fruit
FREE: ASI) ACCEPTED ,
1fAONRN
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recognized the only safe and positive' For this reason some tarns -, I such as cun.... snpodllan., eta I Ii
cure for that annoying and dlguatlng dinana. .' tnillan River LelgNo/ .no, hnl.ls. ... meeting --L': \\i '
It cures all InlUrarrmtfon\ prefer to tluppl"uWDl pasturage( sewed and.(on rta. Friday .....nlnlr" of esoli" A,, melon patch to be worthy of fb. I
quickly with. bay and grain believing It to be month,at their loflice room, nor court. hoime, (' I
nd permanently and la.also quick to relieve .t Toro:! i o'rlonk' p m. 0..... W.Hcoble, W. M.I name should be 'large 'enough to fur* .
economical .
\VKEVEKor cold f lathe IlEA D. more r.A. Morgaa./lea'y. nlutt all the melon the family. ont the :

CATARRH when neglected often lead.. ORDER OF EASTERN!: RTAR.FrlomLhlp hired men cair eat and leave .pl.nty'welYe ,

: MannsDESIGNS to CONSUMTTION-' SU F FLE. will A Communication.Mr. .. to tbe neighbors' bo)''.
Chapter, Wo.
II holds' Its
.' saw you If yon use It at ''Once. It I I. no Editor:Allow me to speak a few In the Maaonlo, Judge rtnm,,Tltnsville.meetlnn on the The PauAmericanexhibition of MANUFACTURERS OF J
Copvni A : ..r't deeeArnln. nsyinurtnln ment which Is positively guaranteed to .ml the t lrd Tnnsilar 'In each month of Iiil pronounced exceedingly Doors Sash. Blinds j
,
:;.tentabl., ..whvthvr: sn Remedy. I suffered for three years with 'olcHikp.ul. The following: are the ofllcers at by excellent authorities none bve
10. Is pnihuhlr" Otniniunl'iTennadimtlat **- cure CATARRH In any form or stage If the bronchitis and could the 'lodfKi M...C. S. '
Hrhuyler.
not
: ro l1MMlee.tnnl'e.ut. used according to/the directions which sleep at f tr.1t. worthy metro f been! a dream of delight; pans ... M & Building
e, Uldnt nifmef for..eunugpa t iitiB.tUromih Ijthts. I tried several doctors and varl H. Wilson, worthy patrott Mrs.. If.. H. ( aiding Material ::4
I' IW.n tunn A Co. rectlre loeompaay each package. Don't delay Clans asuoflste matron: Mr. F. A. Mornn rhododendron. and ,azalla great feature
eM tlu. ..lthou'.h"..... Ub. bat send for I It at once and write hullparticulars Oil* patent medicines, bntcouldget noth (rJaitireri. Mlns Aleph: Minis, secretary Mm'lea. ; *, and other bloom In successionwill "Cfflce ,.Klnf
lag to give me any relief oath) my wife M. Rnhblns,eondurtrens; Mrs n, ft., Wli. Wajeroonn ?, oppositecannon
S nnflt JUnerican.mnf as to yoaroonditlon, and you jto' a bottle of this valuable medicine """.sa nnlat.. .eo.."tIM reiie, Mr...'. ft i'lcrot"' ..., sustain the remarkable show. Street.Charleston .
will receive advice front' the discoverer Adah I Mm.John K. Wa'ker. ICutn Mr. -.
4 e.o. Ny ala.fret.d .....1... rar..t. It.lenUIi. .. special which hats completely relieved me.-,-W. Morgan, C.tli.r; sin.{lee. W. BnoMa' )/ )hrtb"l A A waterproof/ paper strawberry box S. C.
of this ;
'" < ..- ImirMl. '.ra... $3.muntb.L a wonderful I remedy regardon S. Ho Alre. T. T. Wittnore noted
ball BrockpianJlagnell: / This remedy Marshal> Mrs. W. >l. I II by an exchange .a* one of the ,

1'uu'! i c0 3er UoIJ; ,.' new.d e1.D.ark- l m. the your regular ease price without of "SNI cost!to FFhEM"you !beyond the Ie ealers.for sal* by all druggist. and medicine Wuodward Elscta.Remember_. new thing this year It I. cheat and Sash Weights Cord** and !

look ,
when filled
WiSro.d'w m.... GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE." that neat with straw* ,
Sent prepaid to any address In the United Secure reservations via C Clyde Line i ADvocATE does all the kind EAST of COAST berries. Hardware !

Fa I Cure Stale or Canada on receipt of 1. steamers: between Jsel-sonvllle. New 'at shortr-nottr-e." "Send them job printing. The compass cherry I I. popular In
Kidney nrA
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's Address Dept. C 70.1, EDWIN H. OILKH York and Boston at the ADVOCATMoffice and be convinced that It Is the plane to r Minnesota fur-jelly making. The state Window and Fancy Glass "
3 and Hcdfcr r2ht. A CO., 2:13a-tJ: < : Market St. Philadelphia. Tltnsvllle., e 'have Job printing done. station. Had It self sterile.. 1
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 20, 1901.

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JAMES PRITCHAUD, President; Cwhi. M. BROWN, VICP; j'
C. S. 13Ctlt7YLER, rMlde t.


EAST COAST-ADVOCATE THE death NATION of President MOURNS.The William'. I' ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK


A WBBKLV: JODBRAI DEVOTED TO 'TUB DBVOrHEKT .L' Buffalo last Satu .
YEARS.
McKinley, at FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 23
LABB GUARANTEED
0> TBB 1HOIAH BIVBB COUNTY DEPOSITORY
,
BAY VBOTIOHS. day morning at 2 :15. has been ODe
WORTH aD.IMOarsa
of the most unfortunate events In WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS. Authorized capital, $IOO fw"ISO]

the history of the United Stall.. Paid u)1 capital, $25'000

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDA.Y.CR..LEI When the ADVOCATE last went, .... Average deposits, $ I :

II. WALTOK, Editor' & publisher to press, the reports from the! The Carder-Campbell Company, OOOpi

president1 bedside were so aspur. "' Transacts a General

Dlioontlnuance of ailvtit. niunt l>11 made I'er.' ing that the entire country hod JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Banki
Shack No. 1 Foot of Main Street,
thlAt ,
air of
tonally,this office or by writing. assumed an positiveness

his recovery was merely a matt( --Soutbern: Belllnfc Agent for- Business

Check,eto",may be made payable to V..UUXI of a few weeks, when, suddenly] CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEN
H. WALTON,pubueber.Addren unexpected complications set i In, W A RltEN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S } i { .y Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rhq
bi
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Paint d. rc. ,,
wltn the result we know so well. ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National r r Exchange bought and ...hl ,, , I ,

all oommunloatlonii EAST COAST ADVOCATE to :, The president is dead, and over Works' Structural and Technical Paint i Countries '

TlTOHVILLB, FLORIDA the whole land and around the wide I'atronaKo appreciated .
WORKS SPARTANBURG, (8.: C.CRUSHED""STONE mm' "
world there is mourning. The HIGH POINT GRANITE '''r P{ treatment,end every favor i "ni.n, "',. ,:,\6.111.
__ STONE.IKKONDE'S'4'r.YTHITE" ..
- rr sorrow has been greatest and most CURB BLOCK and BUILDING a: n n aervative hankinit Kral"1"

u. S. epartuieut.of AgrIculture heaof WATER PAINT. counyBi'OM>,;\ isSonbcmr I
because the executive COLD L "' ,
general 'lr i- , Weather: Ittireau-: tlui>lter, Iii; the nation has been w.8ntonly, .-- ,.N f h_, ??r, > rnl Hank of Jm kwmIII/ i ind

causelessly shamefully slain, wilh-( 'AN INCIDENT OF TRAVEL. HOW THE LEGS, ''GROW. '1cIrr TJ' V IL7L h'.11.1iiOiHEk1iiANDSUPPLY .

The following! is a comparative [tat out ruth and without reason. All _' --- I
mejit of tompeinturo and rainfall for the' triour.ii because a blow that acme The Shook! of UxrreliivTliriii 6ta.th :
week ending Tuesday, Sept. 17, 11)01) While In Buffalo recently waiting I In and Keep them Even.
WoODA.TB at social order, at regulated government (Ihe,New' York' Central station forUaln .;;Y COMPANY
1001( -
the author, our lawe
has fallen upon the rereeentative we noticed -an Incident I which I illustrated As a fact. Buys
MAX.
MIX MIN.
MAX
11 1'17 ill( 88, 78 of that order ,and ,that pointedly the cars which tbe limbs. are not iminlly both of exactly

12 17 71i 80 140 government.. It is ,ep true as i to .Central 1 ltne. taken of Its patrons, and the same length though they are'so I fall Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
with its enterpil : The left In 11Im.
which connection practical purposes
,
1.1; 1111( 77 Sft 711 del-luxation that) Preside] ,
' 85*. "73 Sit: rat ,,U 0 ,need no ; and splendid service in other directionhas ally the longer though the gait Is not
1t ) !
15 "*' 8:> 74 > '. "80.
16'" 8(1( -7l ", !!8""' 76 cause he was \ViH4ara! McKinle Greatest RaJlfofld.' Tb, station *'ns birth the lower limbs are shorter thnll #" and Sidewalk

17 HO 7.J: 1)1 77' but because he wass4he Preside crowded wUU waltlnff passengers/ who the upper and their movements ar!" Vitrified, Paving Brick,..",

Total rainfall for the woekt ?al of the United States. wore talnlytrying to make themselves wben rather of the prehensile type."e are .." "I.Aa

week Departure miens from 1.05 normal: Incite rainfall Departu for tbe This event, so unexpected for the comfortable there entered In a the middle-aged' stilling: heat worn, <: n I not born leggy like the foci or kanj: Offices.foot of..ITogan, Street, .Jacksonville\ Florida.. Tolepliiim '1\0. !,

from :normal 'rainfall since January I, three days preceding his death, I is poorly clad and apparently very 111. IIer roo. but we gradually achieve Il'ggl- Jj K. MUNKEULYN, General :Manager.:(
plu.21.26InobeH.I : ; :"', one for a nation to deplore ,and only attendant '911&11.a. young girl wbo ness." The bones increase in length, nut
,
the crowd,and noise of 1 by - ---- -----------------
Interstitial deposit as -- -- -
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'UUtDUf Qbll4)rvet' was" pnzzled by no much by --- --
UAL. ,
.... which it deplores with a grief station and stood as if uncertain '\
the big \ addition to their end* that Is, by pigrralTe >-
-- -" that is genuine. It is not a'n olsepvutlon what to do. The sick woman could ossification'of the layer of cttllage .' & Baker

INVESTIO.VTJONS are belng'.madeto made in compliment hardly stand, and as no one offered her which- Intervenes between tend MeMurray
one made merely in .deferem a seat she seemed about to faint, wben CBlflcatlon ,
ascertain if the bullets used by or wearing the uniform of tbe of the shaft and epiphysis :
a man
the President's assassin were not to the fact that we are in the pre: New young York Central stepped up to .the goes on '''till' the com pone Jacksonville
440West ,Bay Street. Florida.
poisoned.. "' ence of death, but a matter of common couple Inquired their destination, If parts of the bone are all united by bany

knowledge that the presider. they had tickets and if their buggaf; matter, and thus the stature of the I Idividual lOt Headquarters for-

Fvr aAi. services v/ere, held I i In had entrenched himself in the con. was at the station. lie led the falntii ( Is determined.

and city in the Unite fldence and to a large extent, woman" to an unoccupied seat, procure If from' Inflammation or Injury aD Material( 'Vehicles Harness
every town very a fan for her, got her llokets and bal epiphysis be damaged one limb may 1 1 Wagon Bicycle
States yesterday in honor of oQr the aifoctlons of his countrymei gage; checks, brought her a glees of Ice. shorter than the other or Inflammatory ,

j I beloved President. He was not a man to arouse antafonisms Water, and when her train -arrived, cal! stimulation may even" Induce an t 10- and Sundries.

nor one against whom one ing another uniformed attendant and tbey creased length In the bone affected. The "KELLY" RUBBER TIRES
led the Jnvalid'to the coach place SOLID put on,your whe
J"t t THE strike situation is Still ui could hold resentment. As 'a'man barb fl seat as /gently and'with as much skeletons\ of tortoises, not' belnk'sub-

settled, but from appearances :i h he was 'amiable and gentle, put courtesy and kindness as If sbe bad Jected to sudden Jars, have no eplph; at Short notice. .
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would seem that the trust will' and true and honorable. As the been the!* own mother; They were af sea at the ends of the long bone ,
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come out on top, as several mil. Chief Magistrate ota great nation course paid to do this service, out tbat' whereas In the leaping frog the xtrem- -- --
the'
have already opened with nonunion he was, able, broadminded no poor way stole lessened woman the received benefit, and which the look' Itles of the' biimerus and femur The long otlnuons remain -- zO WATCHES CLOCKS

labor the president of all the people.. of gratitude on her face as she reache as separate epiphytes.which the eodll ,
concussions to
I In his death the South has 10lt her car in safety touched more than one'

PRESIDENT Roosevelt, in, dektos a friend, as It lost one when Lin heart in the crowd that witnessed the. of the bones of the lower child limbs Is excite are ex- .Jewelry Diamonds
when
vigorous
Incident. Railroad oompanles are sometimes < posed a ...
.. ,,
every member r of McKlnley's: cab:(. coin died. Under hU adminlstra spoken of as "soulless corpora- i by Its own natural spirit to run about

, I,. net to serve through his term', hae tlon the country has prospered, lions," but in establishing such a set. are doubtless of great value la assls .,,, Js.rt, a Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Fresco,

, i I. proven his expressed desire to carry and there has been peace between vice for Its patrons an this Incident Illui. Ing the growth In length of the lower ,. i Waltham Watches, eto.

; out the martyred President''. its people. It is,hard to say whet trates the New Yolk Central certain(; limbs, which soon lose their Infant!lt' ,
from the ten .
:
, is but surely no ordin deserves exemption character and !become adapted for rut '
lee. ,
: polio greatness quoted. = FIBEW4TCH and JEWELRY REPA1RIJ
the
ary man can administer successfully ping and walking.v By exposing _
lower limbs to the same Influences and "' a, > SPECIALTY.
THE Schley court of Inquiry ha. the aifaiii of this natlor, Cho Replogle, of Afwater,O, was unable .
:
of kidne resistances during their entire growl Watch inspector tor Plant System and also for Jacksonville 4 Southwestern R'l
with its wide of work account
territory to on
that Hear Admiral How: sweek
decided
and its diverse Interests, and PresIdent trouble. After using Foley' Kidney; we manage! to maintain them of tl' Spectacle and Eyeglasses.\ Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
is to act as one of and tleplpbyses '
disqualified gentle jars
son he oured. II. E. same,length upon
Cure four days was 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, Vu
did this. lie .
'
the Judges In that court. Rea ( McKinley' Wilson Son. at the Joints may be cons[, -
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Admiral Ramsey is spoken of al measured up to every opportunity; ered favorable to growth.-New Yor'

his probable succexsor. The court he was equal to .every occasion Indianola. Medical Record. .

will be In session next week, when lIe was a wise and good president,

we may hear'somethlng of interesi and the people kpew it. A BIG WEDDING FEE.

Having fairly! won his way up tithe We are Indeed thankful for the abundant -

I'i' pinnacle of human ambition and copious rains of the past week, The O...roa. v... to Which a..r,
GRAVE: fears are entertained for which have both cooled the atmospher Ward .....b.r P.t It.
his worth and $
with the of '
Mrs. McKinley, .s the doctor well-doing proof vibrant in the acclama and started vegetation to growing.The In his "Eccentricities of Genius" Major Nall ders

think that as the President's body' Intense heat of last week was felt Pond says that often while travel-

. is now laid away, that she. will tlons which heralded,'and followed very much, both by the men In the field lug Henry Ward Bp *cb.>r Improved bls

collapse. It is known that IheI' iiitn to the uttermost parts of the< and the housewife, busy putting uj time by having what be called "a general
land he served-he was stru kdow'n and of which there Is ai
grapes guavas, house-cleaning" of his pocket! ,
has praypd for death, so as not tot
by fanaticism, criminally bl. abundance.Mr. which would get< loaded up with letterand ..
be separated from the Major alI
,
sbe calls the dead Presl goted, viciously selfish, unspeakibly .. Fred Bergman has found It neoes papers until they could bold no
I lovingly dastardly and depraved. The nary to remove entirely the large cinnamon more when be would clear them out

''J! dent. ml that has been done cannot bi tree from in front of his place and destroy such papers as were worttlees. : Fille2fi ,
It[ was a beautiful tree, and. one that
I THE winter season on the East undone. Were Czolgnsz torn Iimtfrom I "was pointed out to tourists and northern On one occasion Beecber bappene
limb it would not lessen bj I Friends with pride and pleasure.We .
Coast of Florida promises to.commence : to put his hand In the! wntcb pockeof
earlier this than usual one jot the pitiful majesty of him I are once more called upon to note his pantaloons and found there a

year above whose .bier A nation bows ir the passing away of a familiar face. Mr little envelope which u? opened. Whet
Jefferson and Prof
Mr .
Joseph of Nebraska was pros Best Material. Lowest Prices
Oscar Adams '
benediction.
s tie saw Its contents, lit called Majo
Mun yon are already making ar irated by the heart and died last week ,
And to the pity which swells up ,Adams Pond to sit tn-Klde him and remarked:
Mr.
rangement to start for Palm Beach for the past fifteen years
heart for the dead Ton remember the evening 1 married
presl
In
No resort in. the world can offer every and wife have spent the winters among
lent and the profound dense of is, and since Indianola has had a post 3. P. Hnntlntrton Iswas so much In
such an ''unexcelled climate'as' h i, grief; with which ,the nation re. office It has been headquarters for them. terestrd In the subject that I forgot QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.

enjoyed here every winter. ards its breavement there We extend our deepest sympathy to b* banded in* a little envelope as ht'<
I <: ; own M.... Adams this her hour of sorrow went out of the door. I put It In tbi

j THE Florida Agricultural )( Col fill bought be'added of 'the another'broken thought-hearted and loneliness.We watch pocket of my pantaloons and :Bond Lumber Co., Titnsville
of It until
never thought again Just
I lege, at Lake City, will open October roman into, whose, presence even want to draw the attention of now and here It ls. four 91.000 bills
lit under the most favorable the East A Trial Order Will Convince,
;, .ympathy may not go. The frail our numerous readers along Now" be sold "don't tell any one< ,

conditions in its existence, body that has borne many burdens 2oaat and throughout the state and in gen; about It and we will have a good time S. O. VANLANDINGHAM,.Manager. Titnsville\ Fl*.
live
ral to the advts. of the ener-
who desire their > ,
\ Let parents sow anotherbeaide'which and make some happiness with this
oust takeup who bidding fort
getla; business men are __
to attain a high classical education tbe others are nothing; and she i share of your patronage In the columns money. W* will Just consider that wi

I -at no expense for: tuition- oust bear it, alone, for all that of the ADVOCATE. 11 you are In need found It."
coupled with a military training ailllons of'men and women would of any particular line of goods, the pink. And so In a day or two Mr. Beeches .1 , ,
will tell the best place to buy rent with Major I'ond to look at a
that is a character moulder tot sustain and comforter. paper :you I'1 I 1\ t*
o willingly hem. Read the ads. cargo of tine orients I rugs many ol
any young man, investigate l th is heart in the f
There not a
-There never was a time when the which b* purrba-MHl and sent to different f1
I t t merits of the Lake City College whole land that does not go outo .trengtb. of newspapers ,aa advertising friends and afterward" he spent Y

her with unspeakable tender- nedlums was so it Is at the what remalutM of the money for coin

THE President's assassin, Czol- ess. )>resent da,.. Advertisers are using illver lamp., uninounied gems and valous -
hem to a greater extent than ever be- of brio.a-brac. all of wblcb
goer, when placed on trial, Wednesday President McKinley is dead. A busliess pieces
months
ore. Within the last few -
'I rained in aRtty. To all Christian be gave away until he bad used up
I questions iadl< > gentleman, a that once appeared exclusively In
addressed him tile court able n In I: the: entire ...(>oo "10 making napplnesiimong
I by ure-llvlng citizen, an states- he magazines has begun to appear "
,I, I he turned a deaf ear, and would man, a patriotic ruler, has given tbe weekly press also, while the trend of tbow whom be loved.
Renter's death the
After Mr. major
j when asked : Are his life in the of the vents seems to be toward Including the
j not even reply up discharge ttter in every advertising campaign of ..elated to Mr Iluntlngton the Incident
I '. you guilty or not guilty of murder- duties to which his fellow-country- any pretentious whatever. I of this discovery of the four tl.000I

ing William McKinley?" He had ten called him. His life honor I )tills and the railway magnate obeerv- -- ... ..... .

: not been told of the President's American manhood. .His characr When writing advertisers please ed: "1 should never have given themo -- ."----' V -

death, and upon entering the court and achievements will live asuplrattons lentlon the ADVOCATE.. him. It was all wrong. I made a -'_-___- ....::;;;; -- -..:--, .
in who survive cistake. Money never did him any "" .:.:.: .... -
room, which was draped mourning to those Secure your reservations over the - "..-' ::.' --
he gave it no more heed than and to those who will follow him lyde Line at the ADvocATE office, Tlisvllle. aood-" ::: --- :_::::- --- -

be did to the court's questions. and them. If any consolation 4 __
A flrst-olass ticket over the Mal-
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CO.'Iageucyll
I I h At ever is to be found in so great -The Clyde Line Steamship .A. OXTow
10'7 Line Brunswick to New York and Motivo
at the ADVOCATE. office, TUusklle poWOr.: .
:Ii i F TUB managers of the State Fair a tragedy, it springs from the where you can secure reservations.* ituin, for sale, reasonable. S
are certainly making every endeavor insciousness that nations, no less ADVOCATB office Tltusvllle, Fla.! These Logs are to be eat Into LUMBER for

, f to make it a credit to Florida, han man, may not attain their Where to stop in TUnsvillef See Tlisvlle -EOE GE F. ::P.A.DD: : ICSNEAU .
Proclamation of Election
with development save throughivsrsity hotel ad on our 7th page. For
. and they are meeting great Ighest
. success. One-half of the counties and misfortunes nobly Where to stop along the East Cast The Town of Titosvllle. GALL, FLORIDA.

.i in the State have made appropriations I borne and bravely overcome. See list of hotels on 7th page ,

'I their Interests The President dead. Long live 7" Subscriber,jour attention Is drawn KJSCTION IB HEREBY ORDERED TO
f to fitly represent AN
, Ih b*iMld at th* Court Hones, am Monday I. A.
and private exhibits are tbe president. Theodore Roosevelt, I to the name-ana-date slip pasted upon Is.aria s October 1901,...._Cbe..n HODGES.
...
your paper or wrapper. If you are i> ", S..m....4.Po m..(o Meet t '
: promised from every section of the tbe vice-president, has now become arrears, please remit. A Mayor Manufacturer otand
"I State. Exhibits in every line resident, and at the out set he has A Clerk ana Tmiorer.I ...Cypress
" ;I I A M r.hal and Cotteotof of Tn... Yellow Pine Lumber.
should be sent to the fair, as announced his intention to pursuereKinley' Notice. Aa.liminrof n.a'no. -. 1l0UGU .
..Ald.va..a.rhe AND DRLs88D: .
Mr. Roosevelt Orange Bolt needs Fruit and Pegetabiertes.Jtny
thousands of homeseekera from policy. followtur MROIM appointed .
and wise Owing to the removal of C. 8. Schuyr ", i iX H. BMWM. Jane* Qoldmdtbit *ndgMKleotloo ODe oo1ltemplatlng shedding their or baJag la
make safe
the north will visit Jacksonville in will a president, pineapples 01' oranges
l to Jensen, W. 8. Brannlnff will have .. John Mjen.taupwton;f-O-BMt,..Swk.D. &1..1 part of Florida would do well to write for The m11L arNreof
November. 'Let the people of Bre- In whom the people may well put )large of his insurance b.sloes* In Tlsvllle. ... P5t5Ytoevala Mayor.VlUlf at the Zn' Dear OD the J.. T. X.price.W. Lumber saw dellT8T8D: a f I
Falatka Ry.
t yard county look to their laurels I their faith and devotion. .ria.,Iep&! I vQl. pan 55 Couto Address: H. A. IIODGES Baffalo BJu 1f


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ST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 20, 1001. 6

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GEORGE MARX. JOHN JIARX.1VIA.Et CEO TO-
) E. H. ARMSTRONG Jensen. '


t t. Mrs M. Coon and-daughter returnee. ]E311.=1C>5., G. 1' BUNTING'SCharlotte .


cn to Jensen this past week, after an extended Wholesale Dealers In Street North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
stay at Hendersonvllle\ N. C.

Mine Host Jensen is doing some internal GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE,, -FOU YOUR-

improvements to the Al Fresco

Hotel. among which we note new paperof Mattresses Pillows !.

very tasteful design on the walls Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Furniture ,

Chas.;
Mr. S. Scliuyler and wife are

J now citizens of Jensen, having moved ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY \
PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS
their household effects In on last Satur -- I ,
day. We extend them a hearty wel- '
EYE SPECIALIST. come. V.'e are headquarters for all kipds of" Seed and Eating\ Potatoes and Cow Peas; I Bracket=, Window: Shades,

guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Food. We want
|.(5V( Bay street,. Jacksonville, Fla Several of our citizens attended the your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. AND FANCY CABINET WARE.N. 1
wedding of Miss Susie Johnson and Mr. .
J. Young at Melbourne on the jth x MARX BROTHERS: Jacksonville, Fla.

West Palm Beach. Inst. Among them were Dr. W. N. J3T We only Sell toDealers.Eden. Undertaking Department entirely separate. ,I

Coon, who acted as best man and Mrs '' _____ ___ ___.____"__ mm __ .------ --- - . --- i,
W. ]{. Ilardee, who sang dsrHig the h '

the beautiful song"Ol :Notice of Master', Sale.TTNI .
ceremony I
After life's fitful fover he sleeps well"The Promise Me." The bridal party came Melbourne. Georgiana. '
overwhelming news of President
.
!ilcIClnley's assassination and death, ha down on the evening train to Jensen, -- >RR AM "v VIRTUE OP A nCCRLBII : :
each and where they will make their home. Congratulations jle Air. John eVcaux Same and Miss Jennie i>f fiiwhwnre and nala. INHIUII ont of the 4
.me to everyone, not only nantlonal a Mr Curtis has purchased the ml'- uuoom .
are In order, and we hereby & OOOI>K: -Rral Estate and TxiannAKent Clrouttwort 11I1l1I,1 for KrftMiril ('nl.t\ ', "
sorrow, but as a personal be- extend hill plrtCO. for .*:.tna, London and Liverpool Kinilouo !May fewer wore nmirlud September Florida' bearing data the HJiul day of A '.
cavemenr, and festivities of all\ kinds to the latest bride and croon ( l'rollIeln'e-anlilnRUm' .n, and Hun KlreIimuranre. 15; Hull I. by novo J. II. White, grandfather l- last' in noatme heroinpniidlnir, wherein (!:IIltn.tl ,,
our host wishes, aDd trust th. fill The weeds on our county road have Kpootal attention paid to thiltntt of the bride In the Motlioiliat M.alkiT, tiunttw, laciniiiiliiliittiit sad t tint M<-- "
In .
Th ,
our grief
IB forgotten great / happiness of a perfect married life may disappeared. >re.ta of 11011.realilttiita.HOTKI. Farland. Fruit rnitnrtlim t'fiiupanr. a ror''ra. 'I'
,eking off of such a noble life at the be their pleasant lot. --- -.. ,- -- - .. church at(Heorlthn l, Flol'ld.'I'ho. coroniony tli>n nf dm State or Inrlda. l IA defendant. I will
.ands of an assassin must fire the hearts Clarence Whipple came up from .J'almBeach the vearround. 1)00Ulthtl was performed at; high noon, liumodlutoly nail lit the (,."t..ry..r the Furlnn.t. t mil 1'"'> I

C every American citizen-Indeed, of While the town of Jensen Is progressing for a shout visit this week. ill CAltr.HTOV-Oppn' npot t<>spendwihterorsummer.\ \ I.n- alter tho close of Itro. Irdcr.tldI' known toutlon UN Company.the II.n"I""I/I'I"'O Ht( Tlfruvtlle/: near,and MUiin at( the itai 1"'""Ml', .

he whole enlightened world, and we cry, so rapidly, there In one matter rated on high lihitr nMtrlookinir the InilluiKiver. serinim., Miss Ilnttle. 1'hnyorplayed In laid County of Hrevard ou th"
Ji 1i1l.08 Jennie and Uuibiua Miller spent;
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demand though with breakln that otters the best inducement in a Turinn. moilorate.SubHoilptlons the wedding march, and at tho I
:ven two with Mrs. Biihney of Ankuua. FaAaa Rnasa'raoaProprietor. FIRST MO>DA? IS ()(,'TOIIEn,
hearts. Down with Anarchists! Death financial way that has been neglected, days proper moment JMlas Ilnttlo liower and< hulnitthu 7lh day of Ootolipr, IINII.) during the
'o the Traitors! Now Is the time, and and that Is the establishment of an Ice Our best wishes ate extended 'to our Mr. Horace Dams, alstor and brother ,of logs! honraof a=l in, tot lie Itlglu-iC and Imxt. ',hi. I
he hour to destroy and drive out this fa'tory.'Ith an immense fish\ Industry friends Mr. Alfred Cox and 1 Mills F.Mitchell rr for the ABVOOATK, the bride and groom j MI H Louise I (Jnnmitta ih>rl fir(;:seta,all Hut I rt ninrlpireil t>"ron rtv u olltjm- :
the pink of the East Coast will\ be eil In Mid ileiirvo> foruuloanre.to-w it;
,
most dangerous element. Exile them ; here, and a continual de- who, we understand, are to be paper iuid IIervey Itower, followed by the All thelaadsandhuprnvxmomstii.. ..n... wl..iUtlniHald
cave them no place to lay their heads; mand for Ice, there seems to have married soon. ,'- received at the Melbourne PowtofHco.Misi .' bride and'gloom, marched slowly town h.'orh".I.'rnlt rrutec-tlon<)<>,HUM own.wlthiachn .

ut not the /Stars and Stripes float over been no successful attempt to supply the aisle. At the nliorrnll the (lint named next two yearn: , r..OI..n"o.., Mh
oft
ich tlends in human foim. We exclaimith adequate facilities anywhere along the Miss Ready, who has' Richards been teaching for the a Laura Cole went to Fort Pierce; couples lIepnrl\ted..nn.1 .ttood| on each 'be IIHIK' Maid ami ilafmidant all the following the Mi pnraonnt..Karlnnd' propem Fruit, Vrotmttlotr -
scb"olat W. } .
Queen Anne; : coast to fill the demand. To'any one private last Monday.Mr. side of the bride and groom duilngtho Ooiniiaur. situate". .being;at Tltimv III"
the hand'that understanding the business and with a pant two months, went to Titunvllle ceremony, which WRit iwrformod In avery llrvvant lonntv.'SlutB' or Klorl.U to wit., Alttlaa
Cursed be made them fatal holes I Iemwl Reevers of llallluioio Md. ... IIh"\
Saturday Size will have charge of the was pamonal> of every and II..r p.
,, be the.Infect t cwt Lad the heart to do It!I little capital to Invest, there' Is rareoppoituuity Jtnpreftslve manner. The chut'ch'was .
department of the Tltusvtlrc the guest of the MoBi Ide house, Tuesday tion uwnml ny the said ilvfondunt McFarlo.dFruit
urned the blood that lot thin blood from hence t tIrre often primary crowded and was decorated
to establish a plant tposybeautifully Proteotliln Comiisny, on January the Mh
Hat make.IIeroll1"JI* im wretched betide that Iiy the hatred death wretch of thee, ton capacity tbe-m08ti favorabln terms High School. Mrs. J. T. Hood, of Canaveral, U. the by the brldo'a former schoolmates I 1'MH. ; pant aalil 1: ( .m'any'e entire inuii-
location and also Sebastian writes guest of her mother Airs. .1\[. Johnson in loving 'remembrance of I.tile' IIrn"tnrlnll' and inaoluneiy lorated :n. I
President McKlnley's life, particularly as regards securing a A gentleman, from us I timvlllK.. In nftlil. Onnntv and Stete' and' All i"itk
nice he became the Chief Ruler of tin obtaining funds by stock being taken that we can have gnavas for seventy-five this week. days .4not so long ago" The bride look. elite owned l by the Aahl'Mo".lIa.lr'rnlt rrotnotlou r

'nited States, is an example that few by parties here. AD Ice factory Is a cents per bushel. Now guavas In Eden Rev. tUinxit-Marlln: an interestingtalk ed lovely In white India linen, trimmedIn I ('<' | ' J"IIUn.. Staten, ..11.11111 l I

ttain, but all can aspire to. Where in necessity, and when the people of Jen- are much cheaper than that; viz; all you last Sunday, on the gave and death and lace and white satin ribbon. She car. tnentwithin patent: grantrobatetrob two by sean.hum the United: Jmuarv the covero-sit!,. I

11 history can be found a more beautiful, i sen need a thing, there;.are generally want for the picking of tlioin, and beauties beautiful of President McKlnley. vied a largo bunch of American lienutyroBOH. IMil' to the add !MoFarlaiiil Fruit rroliirtlon, .
,athetic spirit than shown ways and means of their securing It. at that. Thegroom wore the conventionalblack. Coo any,anal: i all sleek,good| will: franrhlno anilrlmrlor
was by our;
i of cadi ( and all the stork and
This Is an for a practical Capt. Ales J. Goodo spoilt a few days The bridesmaids looked equally foniiianv
Beloved President bis opportunity .. . .1,01"
during eight days We are pleased to learn thatour neighbors ni0rclinnillHnnw Iiy thoxald ('''''I'RIIY nil
f suffering-with malice towards none, Ice man to make a ten stilke. Who will and Richards also M of the past week as the guest of lion. W. well In white India linen and light blue wiry the IIlh. mil or that may ho ow nuu and B.Mtintreil .,
Mrs.
for the miserable be the lucky one? Cftpt. rs. R. Sanders and family, at Indlanola. satin ribbons. Altogether It wan the lif the .a"\ (''''''I'IlII"| .since .lanuary the :
von asking/ mercy crea- J. II. LeTouineau and children, will return billllant : Nth, foul, ante ami rlirhtu In all
most affair that off inour
ure who fired the fatal shot. Ills un- The death of President McKlnley has home the latter part of this week. Mr. Mordle Conkllng of Tillman, was over came I contracts for the pmt.utlon of Cltrnn fruit: tt.... I
>ounded faith'In God was expressed In all of been In town this week for : town. slid fruit owiiod by th. aaltl t'oniiiany on JMUTVry -
cast agloonrover thinking people 1 hey have enjoying 'the pleasuieiof saying good-bye, '
I The 'orldelsthe oldest daughter of Mr. the. Kill. nail' or which said rompanymake 1'lnU r
,ils dying words: "It is God's way. His every shade of political opinion, and I Iii It life In Atlanta for the past month. awhile as he loaves, Friday, for college, 'and Mrs. J. Brady Dower of I snd own slnoe January tho Hth Viol.
will be done." only just to say that while there has at Kimberlin Heights, Tenn. Ueoiglana; WAfE H. 'JH., J
Mr. :Mrs. C. A. Robinson had I and the Is the of Mr. John
President McKinley held a place In the been criticisms concerning the and. n groom son ooUT Special Master In Chancery, '
severe last < night when Mr. K. P. Branch arrived home Fri- 11. Sams of Indlanola former -
earls of the people as no other Freii attitude of the President regarding our pleasant surprise Friday our super
lent ever did. His honesty loyalty and newly acquired terl.itory-l'orto Rico their daughter, Silas Florence, and granddaughter day, from his .umme:'. outing In the ''intendent of Public Instruction, lioth AVoddliiir Htntloncry.
Miss Northern States. It Is needless to tell people are well known and highly .
Integrity were Margaret Hemphlll, arrived young -
flever.questioned; even b3'hia and the Philippine Islanda <-the general
opponents. trend of public has been fallingin from Altoona.I Miss Florence has how glad we are to see him In Melbourne respected'and esteemed, and have the The ADVOCATE having received a uloa

"lie hath borne bis faculties so meek ; line with the opinion course pursued, as H la been visiting In Jacksonville, Washington .- know will 'and best wishes of alt who lot of the latest type and stationery, Is

lath been so clear In his great office, that conceeded ,by the best thinkers that D. C., Altoona and Buffalo. ,Mr. And Mr '. W. I. Metcalf returned, them. now prepared to execute' on short notice

his virtues will plead trumphet-toneuec there: was nothing else that could have Clearvlow'' was headquarters for fun last Saturday, from their visit to the Immediately after the' ceremony about Wedding Invitation, Announcements,

!against the deep damnation of his taking been done In justice to the inhabitants last Monday evening. Mrs. Whipplegave Northern Stales. They lutt'a twenty friends and relatives accompanied and Ladles' visiting, cauls. Give im your

ll" Lincoln!, Garfield McKlnley! of the Islands whereby we could give the children a party, which It Is day for Palm Bench. Their Melbourne them to the hospitable home of Mr. orders

Die Immortal trio.CONSUMPTION. .,* them the protection they required, and needless to say, was Veil attended. The lends wart pleased to see them even. fora and Mis. Bower, where sn elegant dinner -
was served. At :3 i o'clock In the afternoon
at the same time maintained' our self- flour being waxed was In excellent condition few days. 11I3AL. K8TATE FOR flAk.I:.
the bride bid loved
THREATENED. C. respect. When all\ minds, are clearedof for dancing, and wonderful were The wedding of Miss Susie Jane Johnson ones at home and /good-byo with her to husband '
went ut- ;
i
21J 'the mist of prejudice and time reveals the figures out by some of the... dancers, As Executor the Estate of William
Vnller, Maple St., Champaign, '111., to Mr. Jacob Voting, of Jensen, took to their new borne at Indlanola.! ,
the grand results of the stand tell ,The furnith-, : Tieutlnr deceased, I otter at private sale
wiites : "'1 was troubled with a hacking (we wont ) muslo was place at 2 o'clock last .Tuesday the where had been and{ ,
tat everything arranged
,
for a and I taken and the course pursued by President ed by W. F. RIchHrds and Angus >Mlllor, the following described Real Estate, belonging
cough had
year thought oonHiimpilon. First Congregational church, Kev. K. W. furnished completely and nothing lacking -
McKinley during his services assisted by W. F. Wolf and Harry Thomson : to said Estate; l
I tiled
a gloat many remedies Butler The church the of the wife make
officiating. was except coming to
!and was under the connection with our new possessions, a Refreshments were ,served about No..1.; The grove known as the Sears
of for
care physicians beautifully decorated and Chas. the home The
Mrs.
several months. I used one bottle of chapter in the history of our country 10:30; then all went home, tired out, ol norton the perfect.beautiful many: wedding orange grove on south side of Eau Gallle
will bear record of And but satisfied had played wedding march. presents were useful and ornamental creek In Section 21 27 South
Foley's Honey and Tar II cured executive; : ability course quite that they Township ,
me Mrs. W. R. Hardee clear
In
sang tones"Ob but too numerous to give a
!and I have not been troubled since." B. statesmanship of which we can well be had a good time. And now tho question I Promise Me." The ushers list of beie. Range 37 East, containing about fit ncres.
,
I It. Wilson & Son.' proud. One of >the peculiar features of! Is-when and where Is the next dance to were This Is a fine grove, a number of bearing I
the MesHis. John Nicholson and Fred The bride has the honor of' being the
he: foul deed of the assassin ia the fact be? trees.
hat; it required the murdering of the Fee. Miss Mollie Nicholson was the raisin Irl born In Geoiglanu, and bas bern No. 2. All of S. of NE., Section 21,
bridesmaid and J>r. Coon, of Jensen, here; and is also the first one to
President awake the and detective South 37 East
Stuart.The police White Man Turned Yellow. Township 27 Range cov-
At the be
close married
groomsman of the cere- from those born and
forces of the United States to among ered with water, lying In said Eau OallteKlver
the knowledge of the existence of any Great consternation was felt by the mony the wedding party and about forty raised here. As one lady said at the and Eau Gallle nay, containing

dick Ie birds are wblsherlng sweel- anarchist in .this country. Why they Friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexington, guests went to the home of the brlde'amothor' wedding: "She Is our girl nnd wears about 30 acres, more or less.Nrw I

11 bere. .., have not known it Is beyond compre- Ky., when they saw he was turning yel- where a reception was held, all as proud of her as we can b.." 3. Commencing at a post 102 feut
'i. Ipw low. Ills skin slowly color also congratulatory to the happy couple, who
changed
lenslon, except on the same byposthesls ,
South of Northeast of SW >
II. C. Olsen" has returned to the ''cottage that a policeman on guard at the back his eyes, and he suffered terribly. Ills left home on the evening train for their, future "I had a sore, on my leg for of Section ;21, Township corner 27 South post Mange|

city. j .y ':. door of saloon was Yellow Jaundice lie! was Iu Jensen. seven writes Mrs. Jan. Forest of
.. to prevent Sunday treated years, 87 Eat From thence run West :270 feet,
Jack Davis Visited' bis 'r family at drinking stands with bis; back toward by the best doctors, but without Chlppewa Falls, VVIs., "and spent hundreds thence South 137: feet, thence East 17ft

Alicia, Tuesday.. i': the entrance, and conveniently and per- benefit Then be was advised to try A LITTLE KNOWN FACT-That the of dollars In trying to get It healed. feet, thence South A foot, thence East 100
baps profitably does not see the throng Klectrlo Bitters, the wonderful stomach majority of serious diseases originate in Two boxes of Manner Salve entirely cured feet thence north l-W: feet to beginning
,
Mrs. S. Kltchlng; 'of' Sebastian, Is that passes in ;i.Or perhaps on the principal and liver remedy, and be writes: "After disorder of the kidneys. Foley's Kidney it." Beware substitutes 11. R. Wilson ! known, as the Wilson cottage lot.

visiting relative here. that seems to be popular of denyingthat taking two bottles I was wholly cured." Cure Is guaranteed. Be sure to gel & /bon.
evil all when the real A trial proves Its matchless merit for all No. 4. That portion of !}WJ, Section
Cool, refreshing showers have been any exists at }'oley'.. B. R. Wilson & Son.
stomach liver and Kidney troubles :21, Township 27 South, Range 87 Eat
plentiful acts that a place. Is reeking with
are
the few
past days.Will evil and disorder. This universal policy Only fiOets. Sold by B. K. Wilson & Nathan. commencing at a point 870 feet West from

Dyer and family' left Saturday to la bound sooner or later to bring crisis, Son: druggists. Fort Pierce.. ,- Northeast corner post on 31 Section line
spend some time at Seabreeze.J. ,.' and generally results In some good man as aforesaid and 00 feet South of said %
Harry Blsohoff killed a six: foot rattlerIn Section line for a starting point, thencerun

Chas. P.Woodward'CroraOr.bas, residence.the'contract to paint or matters men in being the beginning killed, when they by',facing realy White City. Methodist quarterly meeting began, his front yard, recently. South 42 feet, thence East 100( ) feet,

exist Instead of and to Tuesday Dame Rumor thence South 42(1( feet, thence West to
denying trying evening. says wedding bells will
O- O. Poppelton Is on the sick list cover them up, most disaaterous results soon peal forth In our vicinity. flection line, thence North 628! ft, thence
this week with a painful foot wound. could he obviated. Had the detective I Mr: Dutton has left the Tan-American Miss Laura Cole returned, Monday East 717 feet, more or l less, too. point lOll

forces of the United States read aright and is Journeying home by way of Vir evening, from Melbourne.We Everyone Is busy with jam and jelly feet West of uthwest} corner of plat of

Geo. Fultz and R. A., Ledbetter visit.ed the signs of the times years agobackedby I ginia. I hue been booked for a gale, but making, owing to the large guava crop. Harno. thenoe South ICO feet, thence

Spruce Bluff Sunday, pleasure .bent. laws to, cover- the offense, there White City Is truly on. the boom, forwhichever luckily we have escaped, thus far Mrs. Thatcher Hoyd was a passenger :Eat.50., feet to West side of 1<':: E.. C.

R. Yrazler' to busy these day. would be avowed anarchists In' this the Canaveral Railway right ofway,. tbence North on
very; no way you turn some Improvements on Friday, bound south.
J. S. Bell and locatedIn ,
family are
building sheds 'I cosily West side of K. E. C. Railway rl bt-oe-
over his pineapple fields.E. country, and It is safe to say that President may be seen.
would'. not ban been their new residence, which presents avery Sunday night we bad a good rain way 00 feet thence East to point of beginning -
Stypman will move;) fats fish boner d! McKinley A nice Mr. Bell deserves which
assassinated. It behooves us to be special meeting of the club will be appearance. straightened out the leaves of excepting railroad right-of-way
shortly, to a more convenient place near held much credit for his neat job. trees.
of
the railroad citizens the true sense of the word, Saturday evening on account orange through said land. Containing about 29

platform. : and to frown down Intemperance In business of great tmportance. MV. and Mrs. Nicholson have rented The schooner Merchant Is very regular acres Including the.County road. This

thoatboatt..rRytbe an 18 speech, deed and action, and to bewareof TbeoKrause and Andrew Sorensonare the up-stulrs floor of Mr and Mrs. J. T. with ber monthly) trips, much to the delight tract bas a young grove of BOO or Orb) ,

hassocks. lines, ,' and those who deny the existence of evil, digging\ a big water-way between Lanes' new residence, which Is a pretty of the people on Banana river. .trees on It, and an artesian well, etc.
bids fair to be a swift; sailer. for by their endeavors to shield It, their their.farm., which are located In the little cottage west of the depot. No. B. Begin at Southeast corner of

E. Simmons has five status Is established.Mr. extreme southern part of town. Miss Bessie Meyers has returned froma lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison .
placed horsepower We but
can and
a express: deep regret pleasant trip to Palm Beach where she thence run South across Elbow l
Palmer mater in his lannoh Lumber Is on the ground for a culvert sorrow at the untimely and sad death of was the guest of Mrs. Ed. Pretoria. creek, to North of land
boundary
which makes her O. A. Stlllman a merchant of belonging
quite swift across the road near the bank vault, our honorable and noble chief magls-
Tampico IlL writes: "Fole '. Kidney Miss Rosa Penny Is visiting her dater to Wm. Treutler, thence East along
,
and ditch rate President Some radical
Capt a will be run from the vault McKinley,
McNeil visited Ankona Saturday Section line which Is the boundary .
North
Mrs. Gifford of H
Cure Is meeting with wonderful success. Vero for a few weeks II
which will measures must be taken to this
and returned In neat little cat greatly Improve our town wipe duties of Wm. Treutler's land :
a It has cared some oases here ; vlllanous anarchy from before assuming ber at City olnt to North bank:
boat, which he purchased there. loians pronounced Incurable. I, myself, Miss Llzaie Benson was visiting our country. school. of Klbow creek, thence West alone bank I,f

Rev W. 'T. Lane'will' preach here am able to testify to Its merits. My face friends' at the south end last Sunday in Wm. W. Brown one of our old and of said creek to point of beginning, being .

next Monday the 22nd. A cordial invitation today is a living picture of health, and the vicinity of her father's new home, respected citizens passed away Tuesday.The I Saves Two From Death. In Section :21, Township 27 80uthi Range I

Is extended to all to attend Foley' Kidney Cure has.made It inch." In which they will soon be established. Immediate cause was heart failure, 37 East This land Is tb the
B. R. Wl.son: A Son. although the old gentleman's health bad "Our little daughter had an almost fa waters of the creek. I
George McPherson and family have Sunday last was the appointed day not been good for some time past. We tal attack of whooping cough and bronchitis No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot 21, '

returned from their summer vacation In for Rev. BlAckman to preach for us, but extend sympathy to the afflicted family. ," writes Mrs. W. K. llavlland, of Houston's addition to Eau Oallle, cornerof I

Fritrgerald, Gas, and report fine trip.J. Roseland.The owing to the Illness of his wife he was. The Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other Houston street and street through the I.
unable to leave home thereby misseda friends of Miss ITattle Jones will
; remedies
failed, we saved her life with Roesch addition
S. fronting 103 fut on
lumber towed down a barge good sermon and treat. tx sorry to hear of the tragic death of Dr. King's New Our Houston '
Discovery niece
load street
of from the White City saw bridge gang are again working on her sister, and the serious Injury to another -
who had adnncJatalte
?"', to be used on his boat house, one the railroad bridge. Mr. Campbell, an extensive ,trawl sister, caused by a runaway horse Consumption In an No. 7. Commence about 9 chains S5 I
berry from the also used this wonderful medicine links West from Northeast
lay this week. grower west coast, was In MaysJIck Miss Jones has corner of 1 I
Ky.
II. D. Ruffner has returned from his In town ]last week looking for land to heartfelt our and to-day she Is perfectly well." Deejerate Section 20, on Section line between Sections
In her sad bereavement
Fishing!! for ..heepbead'from the rail- uminer's visit to his former home in raise berries. He was well pleased ands : sympathy throat sod long\ diseases yield to 17 and :20, run chains 13: links.,

"Abridge Is getting to be very good Charleston, W. Va. In conference with other parties who Dr. King's New Discovery as to no other" thence South 10 chains 64 links, thence I

POrt. Some fine large ones are being L. C. Moore's mule died are Interested In the business. Mrs. Amy Hart gave a social to a few medicine on earth. Infallible for coughs South 60 degrees 80 seconds,Edt 3 chains ,
recently
aught with band linesHovr'a apparently Invited hut and colds. BOcts and bottles Eau
young Friday evening $1 gu.raoteed to Oallle River, thence follow the I
from old A floe horse :Mr..Ord has been Improvements pooflet
age. purr making some to meet Nicholson! and by B. K. Wilson Son. Trial bot; shore of Eau Oallle River In an Easterly
has
Travis of Cocoa
chased from Col. about his
already floe resilence. -
tree
his charming young wife, who are visiting ; free. direction to a point due South from placeof
Thu! arrived to take the mule's place.Mr. With a new fence and a flue
Mrs.: Hart for a few days. Mrs. beginning tbence north to point ot

for cease One Hundred DoU! cannot Wunndy has completed his work ditch handsome outside and the In the prospect of a llartstone the accomplished pianist, Bummer I&ccuraion Hate beginning, containing 9 acres, more orlees
'l"T of Catarrh that be for the present on :Mrs. 8oJ'' place. fireplace parlor, he Favored the guests with some fine selections and known as the Kitchell place.
'uredty Hall's Catarrh Cure. Oranges and pineapples will soon be pat will have one of the finest places In on the piano and Mrs. Stetson sang To Boston, Providence, New York, Bal No. 8. NEST of Section 28
town. Township
wJ F. J. HMI" Co Prop..,Toledo,O. out and the place brought back to Its some pretty solos. 'The evening was timore, Washington, OW Point Comfort, 27 South, Range 37 East containing, l
tbe aoderalgn;} base kDOwa F. former attractive appearance.A most delightfully spent la spite of th. Ocean View Virginia Beach and Ports acres less railroad
CheneJ' for the lest 15 ,ean. aDd belev. FROM Tall OCALA ETXN1MO STAB unusual warmth. Mrs. Dart Is an mouth as offered by the Seaboard Air right-of-way.

him perfectly honorable In all busl- box containing a mixture of poison, Of April I... 1901. Ideal hostess, making ber guests enjoy Line Railway are especially attractive No. 9. NWJi Section 28, Township
ess transactions and financially able to Born and wheat claimed to be for use asin every minute of the time. She serveddlshee from JacksonvllltJ7.3o. to Boston and 27 South, Range 87 East containing 100
'arry oat insecticide by a MIcco party, was Providence; $43.30 to New York acres, less railroad rightofway.No. .
toy obligations made by their Roseland "We are Indebted lo Mr. George Close of dainty refreshments, that were ; $39.90
IMn. found In an exposed place by a to Baltimore: ISO.20 to 10. 42
TaV.AE: voted exqnislt.: Among those present Washington; $33 00-lOOfacres, less railroad
Toledo forth. finest cabbage and lettuce
have
I Ilts, O. Wit n111aoKIUAgu- took owner. Said stork owner saysthat ever seen In Florid Mr.we Close I.a I were Misses Madge and Clara Bell, the .20 to Old Point Comfort Ocean View, right-of-way, being part of Lot 1 and of
h and wbeat nOCIIIgredleDta grown Is .
.".ABT11f. Wholesale druggists,Toledo corn of Insecticide.are necessary man of fine Judgment, and one of the daughters of Mr. James Bell who bas Virginia Beach and Portsmouth and.- NEW of NW f, Sections, Township 27 I p

an most successful trackers In the State recently moved In town. nrn. Tickets on sale dally, Rood returnng South, Range 87 East, known all J. L.

lIaU'Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and be .Is and heartedas up to Oct. 31st, 1901. These excnr- Stewart place.
as
large
acting' directly upon the blood and ma- What's Tour Face Worth. be Is generous" Mr. Close bought Ion rates apply-vU Portsmouth and oNnEaaI1.Oal11eLob 17 and 18, block 4, Town I''
prosperous B. C. Watkins of
ous.ortacp ; sexton the Hetbod- steamer' oa'T-': Similar rates
of the 'J8wm. PrIce 73cta Sometimes fortune but If hls seed from the Old Reliable from other
a sever Seedsman
yon Lit
per bottle. church Springfield Pa. says): "My Florida points. Two dally trains between No. 12. Lot 1 block 4 Town of f
all Eau
by Tess ,
dragiata. jaundiced J. B. seen
timosl.ls freesold have a sallow complexion a Button who bandies only the best wife bas very bed with kidney Florida points and Portsmouth Gal I te. claim
Quit deed for this ,
look moth patches and blotches o* the Seeds to be bad ; .only
HaU' especially adapted to trouble and tried several doctors without and evening departure from Jacksonville! held under I1;
Family Pills are. the best llvettroable. But Dr. Florida Tax Title.
kin-all signs of and make. a specialty: of the eneflt. Alter taking one bottle of toys For information
King's New Life Pills give clear skin, nest strains of Cabbage,fgg Plant Let; Kidney: Cure, was much better and DODnell.any A. O. r. A. write A. O. Mao- for prices and terms address,

-Please\ write. wbn..er you fall to rosy cheeks rich complexion. Only ISctst Sues, Onion and Tomato Seed. See dls- was completely, cared after taking four Jacksonville Fla. JOHN HENRY:

receive the ADTOCA.1'L B. B. Wilson: Son'r drug store.. play advertisement In another column. ... B. R. Wilson! A Son. t._ The ADVOCATB does Job printing. Bxecntor: Estate TltusvlUe of Wm.Florida.Trentler. deo'd.


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Free and THE SUNBONNET. GIRL. V IDU Pan-American 1 1li


Accented "iii Masons. W..r. Her New R......r or L... It 4a (!MITED EXpOSift

Y Ha.. Dow Star B>.lc mt Will. ,
BUFFALO
After the various sort of summer! INS' N. y.

Indian No. 90 girls I -the dimity girl the white duck a May 1 at to {

; girl and the golf girl-come* the newest DAILY SERVICE November
River \ TitusvilleLodge. of all, the sanbonnot girl. With DOUBLE ,


HoI.lH it* luoctlniri. the r loonnit\ and Florida.fourth Friday cheeks her curl, her flying face about never her looked sunburned! half so! /tPtA- 'cvd ? \J1Ckf The Seaboard Air Line Rail

ofh month at the late Armory' TltuaVfllOi bewitching a* when thus quaintly ; f J'!
at 1 MM o'clock p. m.
framed the New York Herald.
tH<>. W. Hnnbln, Womhlpful Matter. says I 1;
J. It. Walker.Senior Warden. For sailing tennis, golfing and Indeed Offers low Excursion Rates from all Florida points. Tickets, on sale t
O. i;. 'rV.bujrler Junior Warden, dally
outdoor the '
J. M. lilxon, kreaiurer.F. any sport' summer t from JACKSONVILLE 42.80 and42.05; TITUSVILLE
Rates
!
A. Morgan, ""cretar). girl dons this new and favorite head hhiyea .1105.. Conn
J. A. HiiKlien,Ctiaplntn.' L ponding ]low rates from other points.
J.: L.:Carruthera: Mentor D aooo. covering and sallies forth ready to en-
W. M. Woodward Junior beacon. Joy whatever fun there la In store for Double dally service, including Sunday, via RICHMOND and W A>{
GTrv
J. ft. 8creven, Senior !Steward. For further Information write... ". .
O"; H. Walton Junior Steward.' her.She
K.K. ]Minm jr.,Tyler.TIMELY may tie the strings of her old ,
A. O. :MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. JacltBonvlile
._ ,
+- --- -- fashioned headgear under her chin or Florll .
leave them fluttering to the breeze just -

RECIPES.A whichever happens to be the fancy of + i n '' a f Dixie Flyer Route
r e . .

*, .. .. .. .. .. -
A glad fag Vegetable Atrmam***...., / a Double daily trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST:: VESTIBULED BUFFET CABS.
without '
-Through change
--
Potatoes to Serve With Fllh.ra.ebo
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. LOUIS
mashed through ricer.
potatoes a
-Close connections made In Union Depots, for-
Af it generous piece of batter a tittle Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and all points West and Xorthtert.

ail am2 hot milk or cream as needed. . Tri-Weekly Sailings . Be sure that your ticket reads, vIa _

Be4t thoroughly and pros firmly Into WESTERN A: ATLANTIC RAILROAD, and NASHVILLE, CBATTANDOCaFor

'a buttered tin. pave the potato about I BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.

half an Inch thick. Cut Into diamond Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...

Shaped piece and score diagonally Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) T. M. DOYLE, .,.. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville Fla. 0
HARMAN Gen. P.... H. F. SMITH
E. Agt.
C. Tramo
with a skewer In melted butter. Manger
dipped t. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Atlanta, Ga. Nashville, Tent='I


.a The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

Direct Service Between PLANT SYSTEM.

Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points..

(Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways -

BKMI-WKKKLY! 8AILJH69I The Great Through Car line: from Florida.-Connections: :

.. .......... .. .... ...., wtiart.
\ fkmtbbound! ... ...... ..,. rom Lewis Boston. line
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COD ft*LAD..BrnMt . 1 Northbound............................ .. t............from foot of Catherine Street, Jaokaonvlll To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast via Charleston,
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I u"1 and Washington. The'Se.thern: Railway, via Savannah: ColonS
over with the yolk: of an egg sad WaaMngton.Tft .

beaten with a tablespoonful of milk 'TUB oozr elBL'a FAVORITB. Clyde St. Johns River Line. the West The. Southern R'y via*Jesuv, Atlanta and Chattanooga The It

and brown in the oven. Serve with ateawpoonrul the moment for the sunbonnet girl I I. (DcHary Une.) U' N, via Montgomery Ta. .Southern K'y via Savannah ColunbSaiMlAsheville.

of peae'Ina, thick cream. one who Indulge every whim and. Is In BETWEEN: JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. I The M A 0 n', via,Jlont. a ery.Tft ..

, aiice!, in the center of each piece. for a''most' enjoyable time. Stopping at ralatka Astor M mass Uwreoford (D L wl),MMT Springs and.D.erllledfateland. I the East via' Steamship Via Savana.a; awl Ocean S S Co., for New Yolk,
.
Qucumbvr Soled-With a bandy all- Half the time the bonnet I la banging lag on the St 'lohu'l Klver. JW .Philadelphia Boston via Savacaah and Merchants) Mlmn
cer remove the outside rind from tile down her back by the strings or swingIng STEAMER '-H. O. DAY." Transportation Company for Baltimore.
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CAPT. W. A. 8HAWLeave
-r' cucumbers, cut In thin slices and let over her arm and., again may be font CathertlMl..Jae..nvllJ.. Barp.' a*., Tu_,. sad HutnrdayeLvareBitofora To Key;; West and Ifavana, laPort Tampaiaad PealaAular: Occidental SteanthlnUo ]
! stand In Ice water to chill. Wipe dry carried by some member of tbe sterner e.'P.. M JTntorprlftJW a.n.,Montlayi. aad't .......,.. / Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prinoe Bklwurd Island via Boston and Caaak,
! and arrange the slice In the salad bowl sex who Buffer about the belie of the Atlantic and Plant Steamship )Ine for Haliftt, Hawkesbnry and CbarlottettonTOO33CL33TS

. i' In the form of a Greek cross. Make a :eaaoii a* the prdverblsl 'motb. Cen'I Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. ..

( French dressing In the proportion .elf TIM jrolf sunbonnet with Its bright II!>>U... ... ..% -L,, TODZ Yf5i'Z&

,,4r( three tablespoonfuls of'el'der vinegar red irorgeounneiiN.. makes a charming A.O. HAOKRTY, Iteafa: lOSu.teftt-.New Paae. Aft., York I. t.IROTOtOf 2M) W.II':ABlt.Jm.Mir $,.via..ackaoovllle.; ....... Air.lta.TIIOS. . will'be on sale at all points on the PLANT-STOTEM: to the principal Mounts

i to alx tablespoonful of oil balf a teaspoonful bit of color! on the smooth green" link D.HALEY Lo.ll"re'tba." : Anetrt I O. P. U)VKI: .L. A Ht. Fto. >.pi., Bake and;Seaside Resorts throughout the country ontfl Septessber 30, Iwluitnlimited' .
t' of salt and a dash 6f paprika. Gingham bounds are trimmed with foot tloR.natJaeka..viSe.Pb.' I iketll.pons+Jaekiwnvtlle, Fla.JOHN. to return .ntll October 31.'
:
UHOWARD, Superintendent, Pant Hogan, M..J"ck.anille. riaTHKO. :
BUFFAFO.Nv T
to account PSB-Aoveilcan
xmnloa
Cheap rate Exp4i81Uoa
'I Hub the Inside of the salad bowl with ruffle or flits while embroidery and are O. KOKR. General Ma-u">rer. WM. f ebri/lc 1A,.. funeral Agents. ,
Cbeaebr. .. Bonding IS.State-' St.Oppo.it.Baea.vyparkNewTest.! enabling paaa .gers to visit Niagara Falls. .
i
the cut side of an onion before the salad perhaps the most useful kind of all. i(
Addressee of parties In the North sent to therund.mlg.ed wMl be liberally
t in disposed In It. yet they lack the airiness of the organdie C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltltltyllle..Fla. pllodl wlthi.information and handsome advertising' matte ear

\ Now that tomatoes are coming In or mull. willi'be on sale throughout the Northern'Basterny Western amJ Sontkers StitM l ball
plentifully! we can use them for pan : via the of )
FILOREOA! RZSORTS, tbe Plant System dmiag seas* IflOO-ltKil.Us.
I nlng. broiling and stuffing. To pan Ited to retuita-until Hay 31st, with liberal stop-over prlvlledg_fas Florida.Addresses .
, II them cut firm one In half flour well A Certain Cure for Dysentery Florida East Coast Ry. -*** parties the north sent to.the uo_rslga l will be liberally ltrplledi

and put cut aide downward In a pan and piarruoea. 'with all information and handsome advertielug _Uer.
In which one tablespoonful of butter
"Some I was one of a F. M. JollV .
years ago party Division PasseBfler Agent
baa been heated. Season cover and Tlaae- Tab Mo. a& la EITee I
1 1801.
that intended making a long bicycle trip" Sept. 138 West Bay St., A./or Block, Jacksonville, Ft,.
cook slowly until they are tender all
L of Bradford
F. New
Taylor Albany,
says
through and browned on the cut aide. county Pa. "I was taken suddenlywith SOUTH BOUND (RMMI Dowm.) (MM!UJ > WORTH BOUHD.Una B. W. Wrenn Passenger Traffic Managav, Savannah, Ga.

Transfer to a hot. platter brown side diarrhoea., and was about to give op ._.J D8 o. Daily...- BL...a v.t5 was w W. DENHAM, General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga.
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t: up; stir Into the butter In the pan one the trip;when Editor Ward of the Lace,- 'r 114 a..&;r DaUy, STATIONS. Dallj Daily D.ayttl

I tablespoonful of flour; mix and add one villa Messenger, suggested that I take a : :::-:-: I P iooSSEvBQHplOWia ......... Jaulomarilli* ....... .Ar Tuuptuup f PABLO!!!!
dose of Chamberlain's Cholera and .. p .. ..Sa Jaeew.vt..Lr .. .:
.6:1t: 612.
cupful of milk, stirring until smoothly ,
Diarrhoea Remedy. I purchased a hot 0 A t1 ...... a I&" .lll3a ",...... Hi. Auftulln .... .... .. abup pSea ..::.. TONING
thickened. Pour this gravy around the -It ..... e *> lt "'a .._..... HaMInt ............. a"p 1 Wa ..... LOBE
hot tomatoes.' tle and took two doses, one before start- A t ; fo4 :..... qllep! : ". .........Last PaUtka.......... .. .I fDHp 7 )UaSISa ...: I
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Inn and one on tbe route. I made the Po. .... IBapl 1184(1UMp ....._.... 'IJ_ .............. SNp 4tIc. A
; If for broiling, cut the tomatoes intothick trip successfully and never felt any 111 114 ...... ff1 t7p .......... .BnmaXla............ I 1I1p ...- :
(:
Pe .... f UMp _... ... Southern
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alp .117.
and
slice, dry well season dip effect. Again lost summer I was almost 0 CO .:.... ..aup. lii&p .. ::::::......-t::::::...:::.. IlIIIp 68P..r-sag::
each slice Into melted butter, then Into completely run down with ao attack of d. Pit ago Imp .". .....:. .I>atrCoiia..........' SkiP BliUBBtUa ...... WEWr .
fine, bread crumb. and broil at once dysentery. I bought a bottle of this z <:) ato.. ltrp ::Por t ..... ...... ..." lUll .
s 0 aotp .........N.rw des 'SIIp .
over a clear ftre.I same remedy and this time one done curedme. :;;4,4; 8Up ............OahHlil ro"....... ... JB:? .anb.... Itlp) ..
All sorts of mixture may be used for ." Sold by all druggist and medicine O : : I .". ........... TUnattllaM .......... .".. IMf .:.... 1&1& :
I dealers. .. .. 4)tj) !' .. ............. Itff .. .. HONTH
stuffing tomatoes-chopped meats, boiled = .".-.. .. 15..4 6t1 .......1t..kt.. .. June/lon.. .... ,.. I IIII' ...... ...... HONTHOF OBMOND L Rai1wyDIRECT
bread crumbs. The two requisites ... ... ....... .s..,. .. ... t: "II' .. ..
rice L....... and Iced '!... O pa: O ... : ......... .. ..rams............ bi; 0 ...... clIIt' EMAIN OBMONDAND
are a high seasoning and moistness Lemonade. u.. It Is usually made I Ie too Yar' .. .. :..... .... ...........fubaKlim.. ......... JlS'.iiII : . .......
I the latter result being attained by .... . .. Sfclli, ...-...... at> I..uaJte............' na.. .
r' weak and la not allowed to slant Ionic M f'0 ....... ..V *"*<> ........ Fort PlOTO.......... ;11te .... .
adding one or wore spoonful of melted enough on the Ice. Made with plentyof CC .... hi .. .. ..... fee .. .......'?.....Tll>b...... ....... I 10.1 IAIa .. AINOPEN
butter to .the' ml1rture. A sharp oven ... boo fo4 ... .. .....: 8.. .........?. K . ( lemon and nearly aa many orangeswith ...... ...... e Wp4Up .............J: __............ t. I it':;a ...... OPEN I
:,'1 will bake and brown them In about carbonic water and com fruit II Po1 m .... ...... M .......... Htunr ...., .. .. I. I:. .... ...... ANDDAY LIM8-Q jaCK TUMQ TO
half an hour. ... z ...... ...... Itfp: ............ Hoke &pttar....._... ii, "'. .. ".. ... ... OFSEPTEMBER.:: OPENDUB
..
Is Incomparable.Iced ...... / .........Wmt .Ju . .... IIIJa. ...... i .Wabfsgtaa\ Drl1tIort. nllllldMI,
.. SEPTEMBER.No ?
' Eggplant I I. a good breakfast substitute ors M ...... trop ..... .. ... .
1 ten 1 Ie a grateful dinner drink <:) .. .. .WPaha.b... P""" .. .. .. Dew York.. fblCiIO g.dUaI') "
+ for meat. It la cut Into slices, egged ...... 8 lpHUP ...........il rn_. ... ... .. .. .IlL. . ...... ,
and should be poured warm from tbe fo4 ...... . ........ 1IlIuo.. ...... Ewil lllt. J1tlaitte. 11nI1ltb.t..
:::1 and crumbed and tried In smoking o pot upon the! Ice In tbe glass that It Is i.i. ....... .Sep '' .....''aii Ir.y.niie. ...._ "TAM. .. ... ... : .
I ,4. ...... 67PUOlit -' . ... ... d6ba. I 1.1.'OO8". tn R9M*. $t. sIt. KJBMI CHf.
': to Ixr served In. The lemon and sugar fit ...... .. .. Ar'". ."... .. .. ...Miami".'...'.... ... L a/anthi ..... r
can be> 'added at the discretion of the AND ALL POINT BAAT AND. WB "T.Orr .
Wet Parlor CNr..s rraia :J. and 7H I 'I --
Individual. Coffee frappe Ie I delightful
31 No.17l.so.ISBond winwv
i in summer when It I la very cold and Dally[Dally ATPORT BRANCH. Daily: Lilly.: Hun 0. NO >tBR L.I1NB AV F 'OS Oai BBRVsOB LIKE TIIl8t

j served wltb- whipped cream. OmlT I"'j i lap 18ua3U JL2 Lv.. ....... . nuvil .... ......... 4 itOj OnlyUOtp ..... THE NEW 'YORK & 'FLORIDA:: BLXPRE88
CoraP...l.r.. .p 82111| SITS ,..a.............Ao.eJeaheenvulw.. .,... ........ ...llffi : .......
: POTATO DIAMOND -ipiiaauai SMui a i lug ........ Pablo Bmwh................ .. AND THE: U. 8. FAST MAIL
Cut the kernels from live or six ear S tap lOMa.. tone, It lea ........ . ......AMantto _... .... .. ....." I 1422p.....:.:
hot fat. This fives a lea greasy dish of corn. Break an egg/ In It and add salt ",....1110. 't' 11"",.. lv . .. . ...Hsrevt.; . .. .. ,.. L.. '& 4 -.. ...... To the e.... and tVosth..

f'f than when It a I .aauted In a pan- This and pt'ptxT to suit the ta.-t*>. Drop -- ... ...'... '!I'!!..." l4. ,..>...* vegetable may also be stuffed first par froma larfe spoon Into a frying pan ; De I" '" Il .betty: Dally: D ail'.IZ it PALATKA. BRANCH I.N.a! : ]Dail.i (\Daily Dall;,. THE .CINCINNATI & FLORIP I.LIMITED'
boUUig.It whole,then halving cutting with bot butler In It. Fry on both 'ire p TIi p v780ple ITBupK ti sac a : C.7. .Palaika ...Ar \ilia IfllpTSW sIK\> TsBi ,
6pl4_ p Il: "I1I\11oo.16a Ar. .Eaet Palatka..lv >a lawn luonl toopl. t .1:1)lilz To: th.. W.as ..nd 1Vortla-W.-:t.:
out the center from each half chopping side* to H r'Mi brown. Canned corn
this and mixing with an equal amount IIHIV !>,. nm..l ? bAN MATKO BHANOH. 1 r+ i'i'l'> w The line through "The Land of the Sky" Asheville Hot

of crumb, a high seasoning of salt, -- U! CvT .. ...... .. Eaut: : PaJatka.. ........, . 8USaT 3p Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the
pepper, nlon juice few spoonfuls of ash Ar.. ... .. ..... ...." .. . Ban MaX.o . ....... .. .. "..... ... .. 1..1 I 8 45al *mNo. World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to

I melted butter chopped parsley and. If BlrShtFor 1 OBANOD CITYBRANCH. No. u ll NoU Asheville and Hot Carolina.
North
Sprints
1 Dally DMly 8ANFOBD BRANCH.laa ,
The shells are Dallya .1 f Daily
; liked chopped ham. > Hu .. ...S" inns Itll104.tl1upLV.
then to be filled and .baked.TableTalk. .......UewtJjmrna.+ ,. ... ..Ar bTVY ll fit.lv.. ............TitM Tllle..,... r'TiBp107p etefct cl Ro.tt$ to Paa-JI_fcaa EZPOIUtOL, i.TTalo, n. T.
T <. ........Lake Hel..n........L.. SHOP t ............... Mba...............l
.ger.No .J15! ..... ... ) .. 6 Up06p 8_ ". ..,0.01_.. tisj; Through Ve tibuled Trains, Pullman Sleeping Cara
.
ran..tt''l. ,
:':: a Drawing-room
: .
Ar,.....: II Ma EnterpriM.: < I1I1Ua
A.*.l ... A..t*.. Whit. C.V.. 4 fip 0. PIlOaAI'.ntol'd.. .. . .... ., HOUnTheae Through Coaches.
Dainty and delightful! Is angel cake. use to hunt tigers with
for bade Time Table chow the times at which" train may be extwwtwd to airlve and depart. I2XCBUL.B.N-T OlINItNO CAR .B VICB.
Properly made. It I la tit angels; bird-shot. It doesn't hurt the from th. ..........., stations. but lhi.tr arrival or I Iy made It would give a gout Indiges nor does. the Company bold itself .poo..bI. for any delay or any; oonsequence arL. Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated la Connection

tion. The white of 11 eggs are put tiger any and it's awfully-risky lag therefrom. with the Plant System from Jacksonville.

I Into a largo soup plate with 1V& cup of for PENINSULAR. AND OCCIDENTAL Agit for Tickets via Southern Railway Correspondence Solicited.
confectioner' sugar and beaten until you..
tiff. Care must be taken that none of is STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. K. F. CAR, Florida Pau "(''r Agent,101 West Bay .... JAOKSOHVILLSS. : -?LA.
i' Consumption a tiger
the yolks are allowed to color the mix I BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ..H. HARDWICK. 0-nral Paw. Act* W. H.IAYtOK. "....0.0. rasa Sat.
I ture. Oue cup of flour I la then added among diseases. It i is stealthybut I WAriillfluTON.D. o. ATLANTA UA."
Leant Miami: Muniinya and Prtd.iva" 10 08 pm Leaire Havana Wnlii and 8aturdnya.,10
with a teaspoonful of vanilla elsenco"I..n"tl once started it rapidly Arrive Key H'ret Tnea.end Saturday I W pm Arrive Key Went We I... ..ol1l4..t.. aixipml am July, '90'.
,. a teonpoouful of cream of tar- aT.. Key Won Tam, anil Mtnduya T U'V" Learn Key Weal Thus and Sana. 4WArrivn \pn,
tur Is beaten lu with the mixture. The eats up the flesh and destroysthe HuTana Wrda.aiol Monday. ft 110 am Arrive Miami Frtduyaand MOil""'. a W !W', -

-akc la put Into a square tin which has For copy of local time card address any Agent. --
not boon greened, or buttered ami baked : life. No use to go hunting ,. D. RAHNER. A..t. Pen. P.... Agent. ST. AUODST1NE. nA ----- ---

for 40 minutes : it with ordinary food and medicine FLORIDA DAY

t Another white cake rather less trouMeuome .
r I Is mode with balf a cup of That's only bird-shot. THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

fresh butter beaten to a cream cite It still advances. Good heavy AT TilE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION
I
cup of granulated sugar added gradually I Patented In tbe United States, Great Britain and Canada
of Scott's Emulsionwill
nnd bcflten well and two cups of charges

flour Into which have been sifted two stop the advance. The PRICE, $4.00 and $3.00( EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder in the U. S. TI"keoblno\V| on sale vllMallory\
teuspooufuU of linking powder The
beaten whiten of four eggs and half a disease feels that., In Use liy some of the Principal l Boat Builders In the United States.

clip of milk arc added and the cake Scott's Emulsion makes the For Sale by Lines

linked for 30 tnlnutuH In a shallow tin. Jas. Pritchard & Son .
body strong to resist. It

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TITUSVILLE, T. FLORIDA.
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TO n Wise.'IJ
soothes and the
toughens lungs ..AT
you want to Kit d"* reputation. o" SEE THE TESTIMONIALS. FROM PROMIJfEXT BOAT

knowln a lot" said Uncle Kl>en. "keep and sustains the strength until .. - BUILDERS. LO\VEn u 10.-1
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IMtrrfESiTUASr ANY
r.INE.IDcludIDIi
OTIIEIl
feller talk. He's aDd berth.:
till let do yuttiub
au the disease wears itself out. ? on any ship Final return limit October 23.
gwlneler to go a way wit de Idea dat yon THE ADVOCATE JOB. PRINTING OFFICE For rates, descriptive and Illustrated matter, schedules Reservation.. tick"
.0/0/l couldn't ho'p bein party wiseahter)lie Send fpr free sample. etc, appl to 0

teuln so- long to him"-Washington SCOTT S BOWNE. Ci sin i.. rearl Si, N.Y. I I PTE- Agent 510 W.Bay St.Jaa ji11M,
Prints all kfn Star. |ue aixl . Co. 1 Y
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 20. 1901 '

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TITU8VILI.E.ZEBXTTDBIEB. THE HOME GOLD CURE. KICIIMOND/VA.

HE PLAN TO ,1:

Z. 'I: IAN'::: : : : ::f30TELd: ': : : T Am Ingff'iloni Treat..'by Which Drunkards RICHMOND VA.Twelfth '
KILL LAON. are Heine Cared Dally la Oplt The ,
. Lexington]
TITUSVILLE, Of ThOIIIMlTM. No NoHlOU Do*.. and Main Streets. '

No Weakening-' the Nerve.. A .' .._.. >t
INDIAN RIVER Tonight the Indian prince was thinking Positive Cure for the Liquor liable
American and European plans
FLORIDA. as to how he would kill this Laon. It Is now generally known and understood n
and 'many plans came Into his mind. that drunkenness Is disease and American plan 92.RO\ to $4. European plan $1 and upward! j.

He reached for a wine cup and as Uo not weakness. A body filled with poison, U A. MKRHITT, Caterer. A. D. ATKINSON, Proprietor. Ii t

I J. Q. BAST Proprietor. "was1 In the act of drinking his mind and nerves completely shattered by per _ __ .. _. _ _r __ I, .1 i
iodical of Intoxicating
or constant use
was flashed with an Inspiration. lIe liquors, requires an antidote capable of YOUK

: The hotel fronts on the saw his way clearly. lIe laid the half neutralizing and'eradloati ng this poison,
.r wldeeweepofba7lmilee emptied goblet upon the board and and destroying the craving for Intoxi .
1 I h cants. Sufferers now cure themselves Kensingt Fifth Ave. and 15th street
i { may ,
he smiled as
1 e In width),formed by the leaning back In his choir at home without publicity or loss Hotel

"h 'n" .. 1 "" Indian Hirer, making It a a man will smile In a moment of tri of time from business by this wonderful % Now York. i
? ; delightful summer resort ,
umph.At "HOME GOLD CURE' which bas been .
. Constant cool
'" - breezes from the sea and last! ,At last! perfected after many years of close study Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan. 'Y '
and treatment of Inebriates. The faithful 'I
bay. Flowing sulphur And he began to revel In bill scheme. directions of this Restaurant the Standard of Excellence. j I
use according to wondeiful -
spilngs. Special winter lIe looked at It from'this side, from discovery positively guaranteedto GTCOROK C. HOWE, Propiiotor.

rates. that side and thought of all the contingencies cute the most obstinate case, no matter '
Late of the St. and other Florida hotels _
that might arise from the how hard a dilukor. Our records Buckingham Augustine,

working of It-out. for.this, Laon was how the marvelous transformation ot -.-- ', . -- - .-- II '

JACK8ONVILLI2.DDYAL : surely one of great power.. thousands trlouK, and upright drunkards men.nto sober, Indus- 8AKATOOA Sl'HINOS. N Y. II I .

And as be was thinking be suddenly WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS II!! \

raised his eyes and there standing before Children cure your fathers? This reme- '
dy Is in no sense a nostrum but Is a specific EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA, SPRINGS, N. Y. I
JACKSONVILLE FLA. him was Laon.
HOTEL for, this disease only, and II I so skillfully I
"I have come," said Laon as he look. devised and prepared that' It Is Thin,beautiful family hotel will open for ,the "lOth season, under the same
ed him full In the face "to tell you te thoroughly!: soluable and pleasant to the management, on June 1st, 1901\
abandon the plan that entered your taste, so that It can be'itl yen In a eupof New plumbing, with the Intent Improvements, has been put In throughout I
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re.nnbated. mind a* were drinking the wine." tea or coffee without the knowledge of the entire bouse, and it has also been newly painted and refurnished.

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally,oonduoted. .-. . '. "What ypu plan?" asked the prince. Ue the person taking It. Thausandii Tbo hotel accommodates two bundled guests }reasonable. rates) and has I
drunkards cured with
have themselves five hundred feet of shady; piazza. ,
Rates $2.50 per day and up., was too surprised to feel eVea fear. this priceless remedy, and as many more, The location, opposite Windsor Hotel on South Broadway, In one of the beet I

<- B. W. SPERRY Proprietor! !'. "Your plan to kin uie." have been cured and' made temperate men in Saratoga, and only,one block from all the principal springs.
"I kill you! For what reason?" by laving\ the cure administered by loving For,terms and,other particulars, address I
I "!,wlll not discuss! that," answered fnemls and relatives without their, '. P. SUAREZ./: Saratoga Springs NY.

I Laon. "All that I will Is that I knowledge In coffee or toa and believe I.-. .. . .,
say ---- ---- -r- ------ --- -- -- '- -- -- - --- - -
West and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE. I
WESTMORELAND HOTEL Bay today that they discontinued drinking of
whole details of the plan-
know the ,
FLA. their own free will. DO NQT WAIT. -- f
the plan you have determined to act Do not be deluded by apparent and misleading Official Supply, House of,The, Illinois Fishermen's. Association r
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- upon. I warn you against It." 'Improvement.' Drive out the 'I i
"Warn mel! me! Explain disease and for all time. The :
Warn at once Netand Twine Co.
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water The Chicago :
;yourself! "HOME GOLD CURE" is sold.at the : .
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All "You know well that I speak! tho extremely low price of One Dollar, thus ,, nufaoturoiB, of- '

street oars pass the door. Rooms 1 boo, Too and $1 a day. Rooms and truth. And I will not threaten you placing within reach of everybody a treat-
ment effectual than others
I fear you not though I know that you more' costing
board $2.00 Jk> $2.60 per day. and accomplished the $23 to ar>0. Full directions accompany '
Mrs A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. have thought out each package bpeotal: advice by skilled
death of many. Do not look,at me so
physicians when requested without extra
--- -- -- --.. ---. -- -- ---- ---- ---- -- What I have spoken la. the '
-- strangely. charge. Sent: prepaid to any part of the I
ST. AUGUSTINE.FLORIDA' truth." world on receipt of $1. Address Dept.C 1 \ '

'Then"- 703 EDWIN R GILES & CO., 2:130-33: : II
"I merely jell you that If you attempt Market St., Philadelphia. All ''correspondence I'
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA.
HOUSE niy life It wfll l be your own that will go. strictly, confidential.

The Old City ;By-the-Sea. and after that will come punishment. ;g I ,

This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is "Cannot we'be"- space of one human life In the body of i-o ,FISHING NETS and Netting of."Every 'Delcrlpt1on. :=; L II t

delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that "No we cannot be friends. I have this snake. As you die It will die. and Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cords Rope, Etc.Origtnatoreof t) I.
no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi desire neither for your friendship nor Chen, It will Uve again. possessed of Fishermen. '
direct to the
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all fear' for your enmity, powerful and your' soul. Die, prince die-die of Wholesale., Prices. ;\. '
70-81-83 E. Indiana St. Chicago, 'ill ,
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of ,guests._ Lib- treacherous, though you be. And you awful fear!" l
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erally conducted. Capacity :250., Summer Rates: *2 to |2J50 per day,. $9 to will think It strange, that I bave come And the prince fell and, gasping, ...Mention The ADVOOATB In your letter... f q '

$12 per.week. For further particulars address to 'speak to you as I do. Well, it Is .,Ied. We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen' Association. '
C. IIAYDEN :
,_ F. Manager. strange but there Is a reason for It-a _

, reason." .. it
strong About Uap. 'i

...FROSTING! ON THE PLAZA... "What reason?" Gapes are usually due to filth the i I
ALGONQUIN HOTEL "Oh. a certain reason.' However eating ef the residuum of food previously WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE ; :

_, ;. St AUGUSTINE, . FLORIDA. listen. Uo your way If you will, but given and feeding In damp places. \VORNtSl i !) 1!

Sea,View. for The and with remember that going your way means
Open rooms only. ; rooms are large airy, : It Is twlltved'tbat they are propagatedIn
and terrible punishment Re- tidal.1. n.atlq. ..."L Qu.ll, .
death
comfortable beds. Rates moderate. earthworms.'but .po facts have yet

MRS. A. S. FELL, Proprietress. member And Laon! was gone. I The been discovered best regarding for such If claim.the Far 20 Years I Has Led all Worm RcmcdIo8.onoxtXX < .

wondered. How had remedy gapes. : aanr u>.x>Mv at>xsBWsBPrepared . +..
------ And the prince
will Is to add a teaspoonfulof
chicks eng
.at'.JAMES P. BALLARD St. .
be---
JLoula
did It fI
? What
he mysteriously
8EADREEZE. come so spirits of turpentine to a mixture of I

mean? What was 'there In this Laonso one pint ef cornmeal and a half pint of ____ ..._ _,_.___,_______________ ________..___.. t>._ _
different from the rest? What middlings. Thoroughly Incorporate the

BY-TIIE-SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA. strange clear eyes he had-eyes that turpentine with the dry material then

The Breakers (City Beautiful.) pierced Into the soul: aye eyes that scald as much of tbe material as may Send in your subscription to ,the ADVO ( .
t pierced the sou*. Was It man or demon be required and feed to the chicks on a :
Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier.
who read what was passing/ In the clean board. Put ten drops of carbolic '
New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100 guests. Overlooking the mind of another when far apart ,lie acid In every pint of drinking water CATE. The name of every resident in
Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath, single had heard of beings who could feel the water frequently oncea .
or en Flrst-clus.ystem. modern plumbing throughout the entire build- Innermost thoughts of others. lie bad and change the .
Ing. Twenth-elght bath houses with stone floor provided with fresh water : day. There Is no sure remedy for
heard "of men who bad discovered the Brcvard County at least should be on our f
I and Inserting feather tips In tbe
shower baths. .Life line extending four hundred feet Into the Ocean, and two gapes ,
latest Improved life boats for sifety to bathers at any possible mishap, and for: hidden secret that underlay and was windpipe to draw out the gape worms : ,

deep sea fishing. Special attention wUl be,paid to fishermen and flailing parties the life of.all thln magicians who can be done only by an experienced list. And also do not forget to send us
under the personal supervision of manager. Tbe "Breakers" has been erected kept their: knowledge from the world. person. There are suggested remedies ,
without regard to expense to meet the demands of those who appreciate first-' who mixed not closely with their fellows but they are sometimes as fatal to the ,

class service, audit, will be the aim of the management to retain It as such: whose aim was to keep the 'Chicks as tbe gapes.If job printing and ads. ::1
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY-Opens July 1, 1001. Rates *8 to $12: per knowledge of their secret close till men I your I
week. Special:: to families and parties. Any further Information will be glady were;wiser. ,
1 1ti
furnished upon apppllcation G. A. PACETTI, Manager, Could It IMo that this Laon was one of you are troubled with Inodorous .

'," Furnished cottages to rent In Seabreeze, Fla. tbeso,mea or as one of them\ ? breath heart burn, flatulency, headache, .____ ___ _____ _.____._____. ____ --- .._________. .......... ::1'' "
connection with hotel. II. L. KOCHERSPERGER, Prop. acidity, pains after eating, loss of appetite -
but
I But he was so young. lIe was ,persistent melancholy,or low sph'It*. rvTjr r *r rTyyw\j Tr r rrvrv rr\r J'I I
stay, was he so young after all? Did You need a tonic, a few clones of Herblne
UOCKLEDGK. :' not his eyes, though brilliant look old will give you the recuperative force to remove '
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and full of an all knowledge? Aye; his these dlnOrdeis. Price, flOcts.. B. NineIIERBINE !
eyes looked wise'and old. and It Is the R. Wilson &: Son.e..u'.reaet.

...UNDER NEW )IANAG: IEYT..! eyes that tell the' age: This Laon was I .. toe ao.th.' Tenthsof .t..ll .

old.And then be began to think, of him It Is not too late to plant speckle Ro J
i self. Why did he wish to kill-ever to peas.: Late roasting ears can still be Pure Juices from Natural ts. ,

Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE, FLA. kill? What was the thing or the de- planted. Use some quick maturing variety :

mon that drove him,to plan carefully of corn. all the the Liver Stomach and Bowels .
to' plan, the death of those who had Now Is the time to prepare land for REGULATES ,

managementjf done him no barm-those against turnips nod full potatoes and to sow PeopleSuffer n Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood I.
The coming winter this hotel will be under the A. L.
whom he bore no malice? Vengeancehad late cabbage seed for winter crop. Any \ '

Marsh, who has been connected with the Florida! East' Coast Hotel Com- never overtaken him because be time up to Aug. 20 will do for turnips I) Malaria Biliousness Constipation ; 1

was such a power In the land. and'potatoes. ., CURES t. l
pany for 14.years. Hotel will open on the 15th of January next. But why did be feel this desire to Make the soil very flue After the : from and Impaired Digestion. (1

kill There was nothing malignant In seed are sown run roller over them. In a '. 1i J \
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EAU GALLIE. .. his look. He'' was neither misshapen of this wa1You will be more sure to geta Diseased Every Boiflo! 6uarap.fesl to Give Satisfaction. \
body,nor distorted of limb nor cruel of good staud. : I
x*. feature. Slips cut'from tomato vine and set

GALLIE, FLA. Then why-why did he kill? There now will make excellent crop of fall Liver. Price, no Cental.

Hotel Granada'EAU were times when be felt a"love and tomatoes.It .
Indian River. tenderness for all things, times when Is a good time to begin preparing/ Prepared by JAMES i'. BALLARD. St. Louis Mo.

be felt- patch for setting strawberries.-Boutb- } )o(! f

The Hotel Granada is located at Eau Oallle,Fia., 102! miles south of Jackson Ob why-why .did he obey this eru Cultivator. ---------------.-
ville on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, hunting and THis Itself .
prompting question repeated
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike On. View of <". I.Uter. .1
hotel. Rates $2.60 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. to him again and again.And I am sorry to see the later used very If You Have Not !
as If to answer It. be sprang up
Open all the year. Address QLEASON BROS., Eau Gallle, Fla. freely In some parts of Illinois on tbe
-_ suddenly. Ills eye had become cold .
bad prairie soil. This tool Ina sort of rotatIng -
and threatening. Ills thoughts
TALLAHASSEE. Instrument and. while. forces a '
taken another turn.lie
-- !tlll'd-he killed because of the crop from tbe soil hasten .the destruction Found What You Want.
sense of power It brougbt blm. It was of It with unerring certainty.The : : i
ST. JAMES Hotel conservation of the prairie soils ,11
TALLAHASSEE FLA.
line to carefully plot and plan to lie I ltt( 'f' '
*'ke In the dead of night wben all depends upon shallow cultivation and ?
Centrally located. The only brick hotel In the city. The table Is suppliedwith : and the balancing of the rich supply of For a Horn, suppose you take atrlp down and,look at oar
the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds. Rates $3: to $3 was still .think think as to the r 'II i
per day.' Special by the week. 'killing of the one be bad fixed upon. potash and nitrogen actual In tbem. Tbe lister Fruit and Garden Lands along the O. J JI
users Ignore the condition of the '
MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop. Yes-be would kill this Laon. Magic\ ;" : ,
oil and proceed to destroy florae more ,
or no magic be would klM him. He East Coast
soil to liberate the plant food for few
- would begin the working out of the a
be bad formed crops. There will surely be a reckoning
IIENDEIISONVILLK, N. C., plan- at once.
lIe was reaching op hi. band to a day for we mast reap a* we sow,
small square box: that lay upon a'shelf says Nat' Ze'e: In National Stockman. Settler are flocking lnbut| still there: s room. If you arelooking )

THE HEXDERSONVILLE..,N. C., this way, drop a line to
WHEELER when ''bdheard a slight noise behind De'.'." ,
Henderson title's New HoteL him. looks "
she confiding.
"But so
Open'all the year. Altitude 2,850 feet: The dryest climate.la North Carolina Ifs looked and there was Leon again "That's just what makes hero horrid JAS., E. (INGRAHAM, 3rd vic -Fr..id nt,

Golf links. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove One hundred and twenty-fir but now'he was clad In the garb of a When you get to !know her yon 1LORIDA EAST COAST R'T,

bedrooms. Electric lights. team heat. Elevator. Tennis court., Ball room. priest of Brahma. His right band was Had that abe has nothing to coafldo.
raised aloft; bis left hand was graspinga ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. l
Mineral All modern conveniences. ..ral of
Springs. Bath rooms. Ten-pin alleys. WANTED Pcnons eiianutter and
bole, writhing ,.oato. the body of I good rarmutlon, In each But (one In ibis" county -
For further Information.and rate., address.. which trailed off behind him. requited)"o rapmwnt and ndvenlM old.*
tabU....... bu.lne.ah.m.eof..dldaoaa.
BARDIN A WHEELER, Proprietors HendersonvIUe, N. C. '*. "You have not heeded my; warning," el'"l itudlnc-wealthy..l.ry fll wetly. ,with"'pen..* JOB: PRnTTHTG:
No said Lon In a slow, cold voice "and xlitttkmtl,all payable In CMh mob We consumptives taken. _. I
direct from beid om HorN IIDd orrUK far.
you are to 4I lo. The last act ft your nl.iMit. when neoeeury. Hft.nacr.. Jcooloeelfaddraeiied ,
---- -- will baa used the last of;your life force, lumped _..lope. JUUuwgvr all l OF ALL KINDS

The ADVOCATE does neat; clean Job Printing.I and yon are now to be punished for tastes Building CfctoMjo. aiideo I

you crl_ Ton are to Uve for thee $ li' The ADVOCATE: does job printing. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
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ADVUCA1'E SEPTEMBER 20, 1901.
EAST COAST ,
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-- I : 3R.ARY dz ::E3 ;
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PRESIDENT MCKINLEY MEMORIAL .
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE THE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION SERVICES. Robbins & GrahamC9( _DEALERS IN- ,

R GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
OF MEDICINE VIRnIN/A.' (Incorporated.) PRODUCT l!t

MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PHARMACY'. i Has been well attended up to the day, On Tuesday evening last, a largely the at. PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.This We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPh- ,, ,, ,II"i ,
1 STANDARD, of the sad death Prenklent McKinley; tended citizens' meeting was held in We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and 'solicit the tied> Jl.tns,
First-Class 1 MCTHODS, An ADVOCATE representative, who spent Board of Trade rooms, Tltusvllle, to lire company owns Write ns prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered ai \ , ., '""..
forj
IN' 1 EQUIPMENTCLINICS I for appioprlaCa: ceremonies to 1 be era. '"
noted that vast crowd range TITUS\ I n I I pj;
I a woek there, L. BRADY & BRO.
= ( :c S E. ] \,
commemoration of our T
Pnr 10R...eaePdalarne. s't'1riMn The Prqftor. thronged the grounds, and they weidelighted observed in :z:... .. .- ,
with this great show aDd tbe martyred President, on Thursday, Sept. the St. "
On
made In the Indian River Co-atry; !
Bobbins
whir 10th. Mr. Geo. M. was I
scant electric light display,
FLORIDA Visitors who cannot Is magnf sold to be the IInettt all Installed In the In work that chairman On motion and a Mr.committee J. G. Brut of secretary.three was LucIe River; at New River and on Bay: s. w., CARROLL,,
The exhibits aro
cull at our stores should write for a various buildings, and every depart appointed to make the necessary arrangements BUcayne. Prices to !suit the times. ( -Dealer In-.

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. in In perfect working order. for the ceremonies. Chairman Send for Land List.
mAnt
Bobbins appointed Col.) W. O. Winaos, a GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND
assistant superii GROCERIES VEGETABLES
William Scott, @
Mr. Miami Fla.F. ,
Horticulture for the Par- member of the Loyal Legion; Kev J. A. Offices at Tlfusvllle and I
: tendent of .
NC/lo/ American Exposition, who Is in eo tire Hughes and Mr. G. F. Duron, cmpowc Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronn!!'. V.IICIIM'
of Floriculture has been very situ- Ing them to make all the requisite detail a OEO. M. ROBBINS. A. MORGAN. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
ua W. Forsyth Ht., Jacksonville\ ; also i&U chargo cessful with tho4fXM rosotrees, which he to carry out the object of the meetin{ resident. Actuar;,. ----
Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau. the Woman's Building several Among these were the holdinguf these - --------
planted months near ago. Among these 4,000 vices between the hours of 10 aDd 11 on Brevard Abstract of Title Co., INDIANA RIVER ICE'FACTOttYT5

varieties. Mi. Thursday morning, in the Presbyterli
there are fifty
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH rose trees church the tolling of the church bells .. Scott says there has been 20,000 I InI TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .
this collection the town between those hours, and requesting Title
bloom. Notable among 1 be of furnish Ice In quantity-Sacked or loose. Special
any
I the LaFrance, the all places of business to prepared to attenti"'
the
Jacqueminot
Brewing Asso's.Fatuous are Paul Neyron and the Ulrich Brunei. closed during the time of the memorial -COR LANDS IN' paid sacking for Yachts.or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto

Mr. Scott Is enthusiastic in his love of i iroses. services. I Brevard County. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J. .
WILLwhich The meeting then on motion adjourn ;
Be. Louis Keg and Bo lie Inherit the aptitude
he cares for flowers of every dcscrlptlon. The ceremonies of Thursday were Office under Law Office of
tied Bear.Bold He Is an Englishman, and strictly In accord with the expressed desire GEO. M. ROBBINS, R. WALKER. C. II. SWAI .
t>f Mean F.A.Lesley. aDd his father was gardener for twenty' of the citizens' meeting, and con- FL. .
menced the of the bells at 9 i a. TiTU8Vii.Lic, -
tolling
for well! by
south of England a
R. L. Motlow, TltusYille.Fla. years in the Shoes
and the son ha, m., and was' continued at Intervals until Dry Goods
By Mr. R.L.Motlow,Cocoa,Fli. known British peer, the Indian River Dand 1
Then
lived flowers all his life. Tl.el 10 a. m.
among East Coast Meat HarkcO.
culture Is practically second nature wit played a Voluntary a very Impress! t
JOSEPH ZAPF
A.
John
which Rev. Furniture
him. The profusion of flowers forms a manner, after ,
most attractive adjunct to the beauties Hughes, pastor of the Pre.byterlaucburch F. DUREN, Agent.

Sole Agent. of the exposition.Not invoked Divine blessing. Tt. -=
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then "Lead Kind'. and j
Millinery
the least among the attractions la congregation sang cop Notions
010 to 620 West Bay StreetJACKSONVILLE the Midway. A visit to the Midway 'Light." The scripture lesson was read : --. .
of the Ba ..
Mr. Graham, | =
even convinces the most skeptical tha by Rev. pastor Iy fo a. eloae v
New Goods at prices.
offers s":
tin church. Rev. A. M. Dalger
Director-Genera
the i
particular
FLA. In every .
and his efficient staff have spared n f) ao eloquent prayer. The band then play; 5. sap YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
to have.the beat material dIsplayed ed our late President's favorite piece, =' '
-sor.i> BY- pains in every, department so as to pro" "Nearer My God to Thee." The. oongr. _: aCr : : John R. Walker' & Co.'fITUSTILLE -
desirable effect. gallon sang the words. -
dune the most
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F. A. LOSLEY Representing an outlay of $3,000,000, Mr.. Hughes delivered the addresi. CIS ; FLA.Whaler's.
had the close attention of
': aggregation of curiosities and surprise. The speaker N
, Irom the four quarters of the globe sun the large audience. Many could not .
;, TITUSVILLE, FLA. of the kind heretoforeattempted. restrain the tears as the speaker spnke of : : -=-
In the words, of one entbnslastlo Our Beloved President as a citizen sold. H a _

I sightseer: "It has Chicago ler.statesman and a man. The speak TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Store.
closed his address. with a few approprlal Jewelry
. tadnd. to a finish," and he might havi
included Paris, London and 'Frisco, words concerning President Roosevelt. .
That Midway visitor most Indeed bi The band played "America," and udBnoe
find rising and singing the 'noble. hymn
hard to please who falls to some
I attraction to his liking( for every tastis through. Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Etc
the exercises ,
I. catered to: -from "Jerusalem on the A plea.eot feature of wt g I ,
Day of the Crucifixion" to the hocbleoochie the presence of the scbool children in a

( In the "Streets of Cairo." body. __________ SPECIAL ATTEKTlOWgiven: to Repairing of Fine Watchesand .
.1! I" The Midway at the Pan-American Ex. $ All work warranted for 12 months.
MARRIED AT MELBOURNE. Jewelry.
.\ position I* the most complete, the meal t
'. refined and the moat Instructive ever: C3T Mall Ordertto will' receive prompt and careful attention
.I', nstalled on this continent or In Europe. Sept. 17th, 1001, at 2:30 p. m.. Mil.
. :. .4 It: far exceeds the Midway at the Paris tasan Jane Johnson, of Melbourne, to TITUSVILLE. . FLORIDA.
" Exposition from every point of view. Mr. Jacob Young, of Jensen, at tbLongregatlonal I If
The Florida exhibit In the Ilortl church, Kev. Butler, of --
\ much atten The church was
1 \ cultural building attracts >rmood. officiating.
Ion, and the State suffers nothing bjlomparlsoo beautifully decorate] with palms, vine
.4 to the big sister Statei and white roses and lilies, with a beaut- f e.h.q. $ Attention!
"blob occupy so much attention In the lull wedding bell of asparlgus fern and Special
oraologlcal and food sections. Fruits "hlte roses The decorations were iiharge

md foods In surprising profusion .are of Misses Allle and Molll ALL THAT 18 LE "f. . .-i.
Iliplsjod, from the tiny lime to the Nicholson, and certainly showed great for the widow and orphans In -GIVTO* TO MAIL ORDERS FORHardwtlrc -

giant; pomelo. The grapefruit displays \cute and artistic ability. The bridal many oases Is a
the finest ever made. Some of the consisting of bride and bride Tiirawarc, Crockery, Glassware,
BEAR & TAYLOR, largest weigh three pounds and over. bald, Miss Mollie Nicholson; the groom Policy of Insurance.on ,
The fruit Is displayed to bring out the aodt man, Dr. Coon of Jensen, en- the life of the husband and father,
.. Artesian Well ontrast between the four varieties 'ol ered; the church preceded by. the And that Is a valuable asset. Harness and Stoves..
ame fruit the lime, the lemon, the or- nlnlster, to the Impressive strains of It will, provide for all necessities, or at
!\\t .nge and time pomelo. There are differ. be wedding march played by Mrs. east keep the woof from the door, accordto BiyOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Onders Promptly!
TRACTORS noes well enough known to the ordinary Ch_ Hot-ton.. The bride was dressm the amount. '
14.fl t htSVfl, consumer, nut the pomotogtst calls 10 a beautiful white moussllne de sole, The earlier a man begins paying pre Son.
{ h i- .)!..A Eaa Fla. tbe four the same fruit Many line rimmed with liberty silk and satiiIbboo nlums the smaller the payments. Jas. Pritchiard <&
: .... callle ..pool men* of the pineapple are also and carried a boquet of white Why not look Into the matter NOW
nown. roses and maiden hair fern. The brides We leased to give any Inform.- rotol&ce Box 212,
." ,$__ - --- Other features of the Florida exhibit laid wore white French mull trimmed Ion desire
I are ostrich plumes made Into boas and with lace and white ribbons. Tbe groom O. StflTUSVILLE. Soh.I.y1.er.: t"U.sv1JlJ.e.! m :3:: ='Torida.FLORIDA .

Save Your Vegetables 1. then articles of adornment;the sponges, and best man were attired tn tbe eon FLORIDA
root black. A charming feature ---
"i tbe products of palmetto palms, entlonal Invited.
leaf and berry. Relies of the old Seminole "''as tbe song, "Oh Promise Mt," so Correspondence COLLEGE
Indian life are shown and there are weetly rendered by Mrs. W. R. Hardee, --------- I AGRICULTURAL ,

I eI /aeMltaTa peclmens of terrapin, and guava jelly of Jensen. After the ceremony thorapany < -FOR SALE BY-
I lnNj lost interesting Is an exhibit of green were delightfully entertained Robt. L. IVlotlow.Tltmvllte Lake City Florida.
egetables fresh from Florida gardens, at a reception !given by the mother of Sept. 30 190U
< tonIlH.oe"1 sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, ride, Mr.. M. E. Johnw The hones and Cocoa, Fla. Eighteenth Year Beginning ,
1 aaRi r. ,Na eats and cucumbers. was very' piettlty decorated with yellow, Four courses of four year In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering Latin
I erR PfP st.g The exhl: !>.It made by Florida. Is par. lowers and beautiful green vines, and J lotence, Classics. One year's. eouise tn Business, Stenography,. Typewriting aod
loularly creditable. The Governor has the company was served with delicious fiwn fuaCa. Telegraphy, A preparatory eowse of one or two years, as required, for those with-
I Msq aU along shown a great interact In the Ice: cream anti several varieties of cake tng to prepare for the College. Post-graduate courses are also offered.
n wosN wr xposliloQ and Its purposes, and ap- by the Misses Allle Nicholson and Mat- Young men under military discipline. Youug women under refining borne I Is
.; I ,'S rY Ml.S. ulnted- a commission to go about the lie May Yoke and Messrs. Fred Fen and luence at Foster Hall. Tuition free to Florida students. Other expenses vir;
" IIIlate to collect exhibits that Florida obn Nicholson,, while little Miss Fan- mall. Fine modern buildings and first-elaas equipment.For .
II night, In a measure, have representa- nle Hoke dispensed Iced lemonade' and catalogues, address '
ion of her natural resources. -That and .west smiles on the porch. The happy C.E. Ph.D.,
A.NASELTINL'5: A1CHEJ.Moftl \ ther conditions beyond the power of ouple were escorted to the depot by a T. H. .TALIAFERRO. ,
the State government to control con- terry crowd of friends, who decorated E President'San
arlred to delay Florida In the work of tbe baggage will! old shoes and the t 4 e.usLn
Protect orchids, gardens, cotton, corn, suing her exhibit Installed In the lloroultural -" ride and groom with rice. So amid ,mru uiw ,.saw

tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, and all building until the last molent. bowers of rice good wishes and con- The Nation'sBest
Now that the work i is finished It : ratulatlons, they boarded tbe train for
uther fruits and vegetable from the la i conceded that Florida bas ,made an enaen,' where!' they will rOkl ravages of Insects without the use of xlremely creditable showing. The at. they live long and happily aDd always) Cigar.floridn .

l>ol>wn or ipiay Send 1.00 for simple racUvenesn of her booth installation prosper Is the wish of all their friends -

trap by mall.AOENTS. bas been the subject of special comment Un. Young received many beautiful THE ORKATK8T DISCOVERY! OF THE
WANTED IN EVERY 00 less than the comprehensiveness.And aod oostlly gifts from her loving friends NINETEENTH CENTURY. I.-'M nIl
variety of her b"rtloultll1'81dl.play..
COUXTY. Address, Appropriately, the Florida booth Is TltUITlll School. .,.
J. D. SUTTON, Seedsman, buUt to resemble a palmetto hut, the SMOKE doctored wit*
Why buy Imported cigars made from heavy tropical tobacco,
,
with In the of "human
Ocala Fla. earns and girders being draped Once more course
istoons of Spanish moss. rents," "Young America" Is In school YOUNG'S MAGIC plum teed other drugs; when you can have the pure FJ.eLda leaf .l a vlH'tDIprice'
!...! notice In another column.
See" much exercises the Tltusvlllehool
Our reporter Is on the move so Tbe opening at

that he has very little time to send news ; were held Monday morning, and Consumption, Catarrh, Cough, REE BY MAIL TO ANYBuxof . -. fl.OO
Please mention the ADVOCATE when tens, but reports the Pan-American quIte a number of our citizens were presni. -

writing. advertisers, xposltlon; as being well worth seeing. Miss Bessie GrUard, the new principal > Asthma and La Grippe Care. ADDRESS......J Box: of 00.. & . . . . . . . f1.71
# -. called upon Supt R. E. Slime tot

KT"We would' esteem. the favor If our MARRIAGE AT QEORGIANA. ike charge of the exercises, which bedid The wonderful nacfu that DM teen olitainwltill o.JV_ :eO\JVLE-Z.,
readers, when writing or calling upon in a few felicloua remarks concern.ig I gnat MuRlo Cure tn*o Short a time I ,
teachers. He then called lob Is shown by the dgne.t. testimonials from ,
our advertisers to purchase merchandise, the new ,, SAN MATEO, FLA.
of the trat oltlsens.aatu Us "rea.'e I a lufutant
.,ttf., would mention the ADVOOATB. At high noon, Sunday, September 13,, upon Rev. J. A. Hughes to read a sorlp. mi* guarantee to thutw .sintering trout tbeaho. -:'.!
., In the pretty Georgians Church, Mlm.. tllre lesson and otTer prayer. Prof Y. ( ..._. They should not full to try It.It --- ------ - - - -- -- ----- ------- ----- --
Jennie May Bower, oldest daughter ofMr. eeter was then Introduced as' one tlflarge ; is a purely' vegetable..utlll.oant!. I challenge
WALTON the best OALKING things for TOOL boaibutltlors Is\ one and ol and Mrs J. Brady Bower, and Mr,. > experience, who would help the .Ihe ire world cure to for deny Consumption that thta Is the Catarrh Unit and Cotixlm only, <>1rxcr'r.:

yachtsmen price .d.00 and $8:: .00 each. John DeVeaux Sams, eldest sou of ex inchers In grading the school. It Is tobe sthuia snd La> Urlppe. that has ever lIMn putber..re
; John II. Same, of Courtenay. were hoped that the present term shall be tbe public. It 1 IHM never failed In any _
Jas. Pritchard A Sou's iiipt. '
For sale lit l. .
ue where It has been trte< amoklnK Youn e
Tltusville, Fla. united In the bonds of holy matrimony,, the best we have bad In a long while U..t( Mniflo lure: the nmoke goes direct to tbe i'KLLOW: n Not I'Iepald.
,. novo James White grandfather of the The ADVOCATE wishes. the teachers h.Di.,and destroy all microbes.l . WHITE [ X2Sc"-; Qt : Prepaid' C: ?kJ!! TlKC) : Not prepal
officiating.Iibe church had beer abundant . Prepaid; .
bride, success.Dr. Trial package 25 cents 't'icts.Qtt. I'repair
Testimonial. $ package.;
per BEIUIUDA ItEl>)> Not
: Prepaid .1.:>3 Pk., LS.00Bu.,
friends ;
decorated by loving ,,
1 beautifully Sent prepaid to any part cf the U. :S.: Not prepaid.
"I;>. Jaraoa C. Wlgnall Boat Builder, No. 013 and a large crowd was gathered to wit. Loyal Ford's Dyspepticldeis cure, Prepared only by ; DAr"VRllLITE SOcts.toots-lit.Qt., Prepaid Prepaid; $1.50$1.2 !Pt.'Jr.(1), .:!.M Bu.Bn.,, Not Prep-ld;
The bridesmaid 0 ;
the indigestion. It R. THOMAS:
Warren St., Kensington. ; Philadelphia less ceremony. not a mere relief from HENRY importedeady
JCf, Walton, Ee,}., Tltusville, Fla. : were Miss Hattie Bower, sister of thebride digests the food and makes the stomach Chemist. 4 Druggist LaVilla Pharmacy New 'J0? Onion Sed' American grown, now ready. Bermuda. .
Oct Seeds.'ieid
Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Machine and Miss Louise Canata; the right. B. R. Wilson &: Son.A Jacksonville, Fla. New crop American grown Turnip and Cabbage:
are In uae In my boat shop, and groomsmen: were Mr. Horace Sam,,, Ktr:: for Catalogue.

ant regarded as an Invention of great brother of the groom, and Mr. Henry New Company tar Palm -" Clyde Steamship Line. L. CAMERON. The Seed Store,
utility. It saves time and labor, and Is Bower, brother of the bride. The brIde -
of great service in calking light boat. wss charming In a dress of filmy white Letters patent were granted last Ticket and reservation via the Clyde 12B East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
t
where beauty of finish Is dnstred, and It 4he carried a bridal boquet of white Thursday, at Tallahassee,' for the Incorporation Steamship Line can be secured of Chas -
/ does not bruise the seams like the old roses. The bridesmaids wore blue and of the Palm Beach Fruit H. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Tl ---

, 1 method of calking.! I cheerfully recom- white, and added much to the p..tty8Oene. Co.. with a capital of JIK)0; to cultivate tusville. __ The Oldest Established Grain and Seed Rons. In tbe Sut-
' nand It as well adapted to meet the or- After the ceremony the relative.and propagate and raise fruits, vegetablesand
p requirements of the trade. Intimate friends of the contraction grain, and conduct a general business -If you want good results, you will
dlnary
I r!'' Yours truly, JAS. C. WIONAL&. parties repaired to the bride's home,, of growing and selling the products find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver YiliitllWm. CO.
Mr. WlgnaU's boat shops are adjoining here a delicious luncheon was served, of the soil The locorporator are:, Thing medium. A. Bourn cSC
.. Cramp'*ship-building yards. He Is buildIng soon after which Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Joshua A. Elie!: good, Sam S. Shallcros *
.0' the boats for the men-of-war that drove to their new home in Courtenay and Albert M. Whitman. TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.
SEEDS
were built by Mea r.. Cramp & Co The popularity of the young couple was GRAIN BAY AND GARDEN ,
KIT"For sale by Jaa. Prltchard Son. manifested by tb. numerous wedding Job Could'nt (lave Stood It. The following are the time of arrival ,
presents that poured In from all quarera. 'and departure of passenger train to and
ti' fI/',. If he'd had Itching piles. They're terribly . from Tltasvllle: Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
r" A* an advertising medium' no but Buoklen'a Arnica .
annoying; ooTiniooiro.LMTM
paper on the East Coast can trial beat adv.the NO RELIEF FOR:30 YEARS.-"I had Salve will cure the worst ease of pile on .I TltasTllle for Miami andIntermediate allC15: p.m. 8'T.larsffiTis-r'i notese 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FL.A \.
Give ,
I I ns a posts.woavw.oown. '

p f, ADVOOATB.and be. convinced of the yank paper'sworth. roncblUs Minerva Smith for twenty of Danville yeas," said III., "and Mrs. juries earth., pains It ha or cured bodily thousands.eruptions its For the In. Leave TISUSYIH.forJeek.onrtlIe* at 15ep.m: gts. for,,!'udns Feed. Warehouse on track of S. A. 1.. B'yl: and Plant S11=--

Hony best salve la tbe world. Price Stats a =---
ever got relief until used Foley's and Intermediate point
... which la for throat box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by B. R. Tltnsvlll for 1IIaa. . T tit S.MAntree
ads. this and Tar a sure cure The ADVOCATE
are Cy live Reading cents per notice line per week on psg and lung diseases" Wilson A Son. TltosvlU from Banfor0 I:rJO: pjn does neat, clean Job Printing


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