Title: East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: September 27, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00366
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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LOCAL NEWS -Col. Travis, of Cocoa was a visitor Kvery Friday bargain day at Gard Gardner makes special price Flirt MR. H. JULIUS SMITH DEAD.It AMONGTHEHOTELS.

In Titusville on Monday and Tuesday. ner's Titusville. ays. -. : 1

nd Topics! of General Interest. CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH -Mr. ( ). M. Bobbins was a visitor -Mr. F. D. Sams of New Smyrna, Is with the moat profound regret The ADVOCATE Is'now on file at aU
Gallery Titusville and look at samples. In Jacksonville the first of the week. was a visitor In Tltusvllle on Tuesday.Dr. that we have to chronicle the sudden the best hotel In New York city.
death of Mr. II. Julius Smith, which oo-
THE ADVOCATE Judge A. D. Penney spent Mondayand FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO J. B. Screven of Tltusvllle, was cured at 2:.10: o'clock last Friday morningat Where to stop In Tltuavlllet See Titusvllle .

$1.50/ per annum, In advance. Tuesday In Melbourne on legal bus Dr. Dodson near Court-house. visitor In Miami the first of the week. his home In Pompton Lakes N. J. I hotel ad on our 7th page.

tl.OO six: months .. iness. -Judge )I. 8. Jones, of this place -Mr. Orlando Quarterman, of Chester Mr. Smith was a prominent and wealthy Where to stop along the East Coast. .
2.00 per an. to foreign countries. -Capt. J. O. Walton's house In South spent a couple of days at Klondike the Shoals was a visitor la Tltusvllle Tues citizen of Pompton Lakes being for a See list of hotel ,on 7th page. I
Titusville is for rent furnished. Applyat number of of the town. He
first of the week. day. years mayor The famous. Hotel Victory Put-In-

When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE this office. -Mrs. N. Saunders of Eden was a -Mr. R. L. Motlow of this place1spent first came enamored to Indian River of Rockledge In 188(1( ,and be-ahealth Bay Ohio which has had a remarkably

by the year it does not cost you -Mr. Fisher Amos Jr., or'BORton; visitor In Tltusvllle Wednesday, return a day or no at Cocoa the first ol came BO that few he as successful season ol sod It* door after
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hree cents per week! poatage Included. writes us that he hopes to again be In ing home same day. '. week. resort a place there and a erected year a win parchased breakfast on the 16th Inst.

, Note date of expiration printed upon Tltusvllle the comingwinter.Capt. Attorney Geo. M. Robbins of Tltua- -lion. G. 8. Hardee, of Rockledge ter renldenoe. Since then his time lies The Holly Inn Ttaytbna Fla., has

our paper or wrapper every week. This Fred Scobie left here Sunday vllle was a visitor In Miami Wednesday was a visitor at the county seat on been about equally divided between this b,*n purchased by Mr. James Johnson '
fl' a receipt for your'money. No needor In the yawl Merle S., towing eight fish and Thursday on law matters. Wednesday.Mr. place and his northern home. Ho bad who intends to build an addition of

us to send receipt for subscription. boats for Mr. Scoble's fish house at Sam Holmes son of Dr.holmes, one of the finest grove In that ..ecllontbe twenty-five sleeping room
Miss Christine Norwood left
'be date gives It to Grant. yesterday only me uninjured by the recent
you. afternoon for Cocoa where she will of City Point, was a paasengej on Tues the The Arlington hotel Petoskey: Mich.,
-Miss VenlllaMlms left beret Tuesday visit her sister, Mrs. Jas. F. Mitchell, day's southbound train en route home freezes He had recently purchased under the able management of Ir.t: .
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Is on for Qultman Ga., where she goes for a few days. from Jacksonville.The Stewart place at Bonaventnre and a II. Pock manager of the Plata. hotel
file at the following news-stands at five to teach schooL Her many friends were large force of hand ha been employed Rockledge has closed, after a very successful I,
the Florida East
pay-train on and Increasing the already -
sorry to see her leave. -1 he Titusville school is progressing there Improving I
cnts per copy : Coast Railway passed. through Tltusvllle of lila seaaon.
A the time
nicely. The teachers would appreciateIt large grove. (
Tltusville" -B. R. Wilson A: Son. -Mrs. J. A. Collins was among. the If the patrons will call and see the yesteiday, making the hearts of death he was making preparation for a New York City hotels bid fair to havea

Jacksonville J. Duval B. Screven.! hoteL Tltusvllle people who went on the excursion progress being made.Superlntendent the railroad employes glAd. trip south. Mr. Smith leave a wife, very large business. during the next
to St. Augustine Saturday, returning five sons and four daughter*, .all of whom few months. The International yacht
Miss Jennie Miller the Intermediate
News Union depot -
stand home Monday.Mrs. R. T. Goff of the teacher In the Tltusvllle High School are well known here and they have the race and the coming horse show will be

J. T. Baitsett, the postmaster's Goff Florida arrived East Coast home Railway, and Mrs. paid a visit to her home Melbourne sincere sympathy of all Indian. Rlverltes the somewhat unusual attractions.

, ItT Reading notice ada. are ten cents wife and daughter Mrs. 3. J. Norton Tuesday morning lust Saturday returning here on Sun- In their sad bereavement. The at
from a pleasant two weeks' visit In the average midnight temperature
I er line on this page. were among those who tOQk In the excursion north. day. The editor of the ADVOCATR had the the Mount Pleasant Louse In the' White
I pleasure of visiting Mr. Smith and family
-Dr. Hughlett, of Cocoa was a visitor to St. Augustine.last Saturday. i S Vice-President J. R. Parrott and Mountains lof New Hampshire during
letter Wood three In their elegant
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from Mrs. W. M.
, n Tltusville the first of the week. Messrs. Hay Collins Deppe and Traffic Manager J. P. Beckwlth of the summer ago much the first ten days of September-wan/ .
and
ward at DeLand states that Mr. Wood. home at I'ompton Lakes was
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which left TI. Florida East Coast returned to and the 74 degrees.
-Mr. R. E. Mime Jr., of 'l'ltu89l11e.WIIS Llpp were a jolly party : ward has been quite sick the pant week.It Railway Impressed with their pleasant and do noon temperature
; a visitor In Cocoa the first of the tusville last :Saturday: to take In the excursion Is, apparently a return of his old Jacksonville Tuesday morning, after a voted home life and knows that In the One of the most !genial and popularmen
,vcok. to St. Augustine. They all returned : time stomach trouble, very pleasant visit In the north. death of Mr. Smith, the family ball lost of the office stair at Statler's Pan- .

Sunday.The ":''Mr. K. E..MIms, superintendent of one of the best of husband and father American Hotel, Buffalo I 10 Mr. FrankC.
-Secure reservations over the Mr. W. J. Nesbitt of Eau
j your Tltusvllle Baseball Team has Gallle public Instruction for lirevard county, The Paterson N. J., Dally Press contains Jordan the room clerk He I la very
Line at the ADVOCATE office TI. In New York
Clyde tusvllle. again came out victorious; this time was route homewardfrom.a a few days Buffalo ago, en has been spending a few days In town the following account of the deathof courteous and obliging to guest, and la
boating the Cocoa club by a score of 13 trip to this week In the Interest of school Mr. Smiths: "H. Julius Smith tile well spoken of by them.
and lie
where he Raid and his
-Mr. Geo. W. Scobie, Jr of Grant, to 3. Tlie game was played on the Tltusvllle Canada affairs. He returned home yesterday. most representative citizen of Pompton
wife bad time. the fine houses of
was a visitor to his parents In Tltusvllle diamond Wednesday afternoon.Mr. a very enjoyable Lake borough died at his residence on Among 'apartment
-Sheriff Joseph P. Brown captured a New York 1 la the Koyalton on 44th
Sunday.Mr. Mrs. C. of Miami about a'JO o'clock Friday
over Harry Budge: Wanaque avenue
A. K. Kearny one of the large negro near Jensen last Friday that was street west, managed by Messrs. Hatch
who has been after illness dating
time In only
and Mm. R. L. Motlow and coffee brokers (.f Pearl street New spending some wanted In Putnam county for cutting a morning;, an /: A Merrill; and a cUl'llllr11tlanc. over the
New York and at the I'an-&merlcanI from from strangulated hernia.
hlldren, who have been spending the York, uncle of Mr. A. K.Wilson manager I negro woman. Sheriff howell, of Pa- Saturday last home recently by an ADVOCATE rep-,
Smith stricken 111
at suddenly
ummer in Mulberry\ Tenn., returned of the ADVOCATE will, probably, I Exposition Buffalo waa a passenger latka came down and took the negro Mr. was resentatlve, showed everything to be In
on Tuesday's southbound train route week and Continued In II dangerous condition
, 0 Tltusvllle, Monday. pay Tltusvllle visit the coming winter.Mr. home. en back with him on Sunday.Mr. until death relieved his suffering first class order from basement to roof.-

B3T" A.first-class ticket over the Mal- and Mrs. J. M. Mason who have Writing us from Norlolk. Va,. Mr. Ernest Vanlandingham will leave early Friday morning' lie wa widely I Manager Iltnry W. Merrill of the '
ory Line, Brunswick to New York and been in Tltusvllle for the put three M. B. Updike says: "A copy of the here to-morrow or Sunday for Chattanooga known in Paiernon, a* be wn. through Royal Palm Hotel, Miami and Continental
I. eturn, for sale, reasonable. months, left Tuesday for Gainesville.Mr. ADVOCATE 'has just been handed me Tenn., where he goes to enter the the country district, and left a wide) Hotel Atlantic Beach Fla., who
ADVOCATE office Tltusvllle, Fla. Mason has l lately resigned his position and It Is with great pleasure that i Chattanooga Medical College. The beat circle of friends here to mourn his demise. has been on a visit to his brother at the

I -Col. L. Thorsby of Merritt who Is In Mr. S. W. Carroll's store In Ti compliment you upon the style and wishes of Ills many friends go with him. "Mr. Smith wa born In llolognaN. Y. Crawford house, White Mountains\. I la

naklog his headquarters with his sister tusville.Dr. merit of your paper. In which the ADVOCATE: joins. on May 7, 1844, and horn there moved I now at the, Jtoyllton New York of
Boston where he mastered the trade of I which be I la of the Not.withstanding' .
one manager ,
, n Gramercy Park New York was re- Geol: H. Altree a former resident -Miss Beside Bryan the kindergarten -Mrs. J. II. LeTourneau and two
machinist. From Boston he wont to( to tbe
:ently met in Brooklyn by an ADVOCATE of Tltusvllle, after spending a few teacher In' the Tltusvtlle High School children and father' and mother Capt. report contrary
Wayne thin. state where he remained for Mr. Merrill will again be at Miami the
h'prenentatlve. days at Buffalo, left for Cincinnati to last year arrived In Tltusvllle Taut Satur and Mrs. 'I' E. Richards of Eden were fourteen going to I'ompton about
his sisters the Misses Lizzie and southbound years coming winter
I -Miss Frank P. Stewart, sister of Join day. She has accepted a position as passengers on Monday's thirteen The deceased served(
Jennie Altree who are visiting friendsIn train en route home after a visit of ,a years ago. Mr. of New York
Sidney Maddox
Irs,_A. K. Wilson of Tltusvllle, after private teacher for Mr. L. A. Brady's two terms as Mayor of Pompton Lakes ,
I if pending the past ten weeks visiting Oblo. children. Her many friends were gladto month In Atlanta Ga., with relatives.Mr. borough, being the village' first anti whose father I III building another hoti'llat

%,ere, returned to her home at Standard -Mr. Julius Kline who has been In see her In Tltusvllle again. A. I.. Marsh, who will be thisproprietor third executive. Mr. :Smith: was prom). Palm Beach Informs the ADVOCATE
New Yoik for the month of Hotel Indian Hock- both that he expects to leave New. York for I
on Monday.Mrs. past buying -The Pioneers annual picnic and fish River nently Htllllated with m.nylodloll.

t""Ia. W. T. Anderson, of Stuart, his fall and winter stock arrived In '('I. fry will be held at Oleander Point Cocoa ledge, the coming winter, was a paaen- In PittersoD and elsewhere. Recently lie October.Lake Worth He about Is anxious the first to go week..OUtileal'l" In
tusvllle yesteiday afternoon. Mrs on Sunday' northbound tiala en took lila. demit from Patersoti-Orange
has been with her mother Mrs. next Wednesday. Hon. R. W. gui
( to how' the work his father'shotel
see on
at LaG range, for some time Kline and little daughter are still In Davis, of Palatka and .Tudgo A. D. route to Deal Bench N. J., af'.er spend Lodtfe, this city for the purpose of becoming Is progressing a* an* Immense I
New York. several the hotel at member SllentlaLodce \
ing days Inspecting a charter of
Penney of Tltusvllle have been scoured
Viint' left last Friday accompanied by travel I I. expected on the Emit Coast the
tlie baby, for her home. -Mr. and Mrs. Jnl.n T. Stanley, who as speakers for the occasion. A good Kooklndge. No ',IliM, of Butler. Mr. Smith coming, winter. Mr. Stone will have

DeLaLd have been down at their pineapple plantation time Is promised all the pioneers who Among the Improvements In town was also a' member of Cataract City charge of this new hotel a* well all the
-lIon. Silas B. of and
Wright at Jensen, FI...., all the summer the past week I la a new picket fence In Chapter, No. 10, Royal Arch Masons Palm Beach hotel, ,I
nsurance adjuster was In Tltusvllle attend.A Melita No. KnIghts
23rdStreet Commandery, Ill,
are again at their home on West letter edllor"and front of the residence of Capt. Fulton
from
'''turdayand Sunday adjusting the In- ye proprietor Templar. The deceased wa" alllO" memo Mr. George. C. Howe proprietor of
New York. They enjoyed the a nice coat of paint on the lesldenoa of
of the ADQOCATK Mr Chas.
ranee on the Titus house which was ber of-the Hamilton Club Mr. Smith Hotel Kensington, Fifth avenue New
summer In Florida very much. II. Walton states that he Is enjoying Mr. Adhemar Brady, and the cleaningup
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lestroyed by fire last week. known the
and removal of weeds and trash wa extensively throughout York has returned to Gotham after a ;
-Dr. Samuel W. Richardson of tbe -Mr. E. A. Froscher son of Mr. himself, having visited Buffalo Niagara. llulchlnson from' the Anvoc4ricities on country as an expert on explosive being mot successful season a( Watch Hill,
[:'nited States Marine Hospital Service Andrew }Froscher of LaGrange who and Toronto Canada. lie Is now spend to the avenue Indian River Hotel by actively connected with the operations R. I. Mr. Howe was, for' several seasons
ban been to the Pan-American Exposition ing a few days at the WaldorfAstoriahotel .
see about Ilellgate some twenty years all'o.and , the proprietor of Hotel Buckingham
ItufTalo, has the thanks of.the ADVOCATE Manager J. U. Bast.
New York: with friend He
for courtesies extended to Its returned to Tltusvllle Sunday: City having done other work In that line St. Augustine where hw made a I :
esentatlves while at the Exposition.Mr. .rep. and spent a couple of days with his will, probably not return before the -The people of Jensen want an tea for the Government. In lH7i Invented host of friends.. 'We are pleased to note
parents when be left, Tuesday, for MI- 6th prox. factory, and prominent business men of the process of exploding fuses by electricity that his new venture Hotel Kensington

'Geo. W. Scobie returned from ami. -Among the late arrivals at the In. that town have written to the ADVOCATE the former method for explosion -I* well patronized and we strongly

in inspection of his fish camps down -The game of baseball between the dian River hotel Tltusvllle are the to lend its assistance In findingsome being to touch off the fuse and then runaway. advise our frleuds. north and south, I, :

be river last Friday and left again Eau Gallle and Tltusvllle nines, playedon following: W. J. Catheart, T. F. experienced Ice man who will put lIe wa also owner of two exten. to stop there; while In New' York.
Uonday. He will be In Titusville again the Tltusvllle diamond last Friday Williams, G. R. Pitzer and G. W.Bflrne, up a factory at that point. There Is an I nlve orange grove, comprising one hundred I
<>d>iy to attend the Masonic meeting afternoon reunited In a score of 10 to Jacksonville; E. B. Martin St. Louis; excellent opportunity there for some acres, In Florida and at various .. Mr: Arthur 'L. Marsh, manager of the i ireceatl1'

onlght. i In favor of Tltusvllle. Come again Chas. 'r. Wilson. I'. A. Knslow, New enterprising man. Valuable asslanoeI :; seasons of the year pent much time Hathaway Ins Deal llesch.Indian N. J., who '

-Mr. Geo. F. Miles, manager of the boys, we will do better when we have York; J. K. Pepper North Carolina: F. I promised by the resident, both In there. The deceased I la survived by a leased Hotel River, 4
Horida Coast Line Canal A: Transpor- bad more practice.Mr. O. 11My., 0. B. Floyd, Atlanta and J, patronage and In taking a good share of widow and a family' of alne children Rooktadge hotel bear an excellent A week reputation ;
a* a or so
manager. '
atlon Co. of who Is W. Northrup' Tavare stock. Ills factory at Pompton manufactured
St. Augustine,
John C. Kllng of Jensen was ago an ADVOCATE representative visited
and
nuking his headquarters at Pomfret In Tltusvllle, Monday, having just returned -Mils Alice Sanders, of Indlaoola, -Msj. Geo. P. Ilealj manager of the fuse blasting batteries. the Hathaway Inn and found It filled I
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enter Conn., was In New York several from a visit to the Pan-Amerl- daughter of Mr. W. R. Sanders was' a Florida Slate Fair wa a passenger on with over UN guests of a high class order !

lays last week. oan ExpoMtlon. Mr. Kling Is quite a passenger on Wednesday's northbound Wednesday' southbound train en routeto Tliomao Cottage, Cocoa, Fla. although It wa near the end of the- j

-Judge D. L. Gaulden wife, mothernd giant in height being 6 feet 8| inches I train en route to eFunlak Springs: Fort Pierce. In conversation with an season. Tbl hotel ba done a phenomenal I
two children have been employed tall. lie was the subject of much In- I where she will attend the normal school ADVOCATE reporter Maj. Ilealy said be Centrally located. Large airy room, business the past summer, which', I
ill the week packing up their household terest at the Tltu vllle depot when be 'the coming year. Miss Beatrice Sanders was going to see Mr. W. J. Tucker to Bath convenient. Itat.s$1jO{ per day; speaks very well for the management.Hotel J

?tTects preparatory to moving to De- left for home. I will follow" next week. It Is very make arrangement to bave Mr. Tucker'szoo special teriu by week or month. : Alcazar orchestra, St. Augustine,

Sand today where Master Leguer and Bel mar N. J., has been noted for commendable In these young school placed on exhibition at the State WAIl engaged by Manager Marsh this
Miss Erwinna will be placed In school. clam and teach rs to further their qualification Fair at Jacksonville In NOYBmber.Major' summer, and we understand he will have
Its sailing parties picnics,
as teachers by a thorough course at tblr Uealy returned to Jacksonville Notice. another fine orchestra at Hotel Indian
I -An ADVOCATE oyster bakes, etc., this "" "00. An ADVOCATE and when '
representative saysthere had Institution. yesterday, passing through River: 4lnckedce! the coming ceason..

Mien It was'was great given excitement out that In President Buffalo the pleasure representative of being a ,guest recently at a couple, _We want to draw the attention of Tltusvllle be did not Informed find Mr. Tucker the ADVOCATE at home: that, so Owing to the removal of C. 8. Hchoy- Hotel Indian River Jtockledge, will be ..H'. i
her' W. bave opened on the 13th of January j ,
to Jensen M. Braonlng will
social which readers ,
UcKiuley was dead. Everybody was of these delightful parties our numerous along the East failed to complete arrangement with
ed to believe that he would recover are given with so much vim at the sea Coast and throughout the state In general ; him. We hope the zoo will be at the charge of his insurance business In Tltusvllle. I I

rom the effects of the bullet wounds. ihoie of New Jersey during the summer to the advts. of the live and energetic Fair a* It Is the product of Brevard i House for Sale.A I
aelUon. One of these picnics was gotten; businessmen who are bidding fora
-The sato of the two horses 'of Mr. up by Miss Edna Bergs a winter visitorto share of your patronage in columns county, A Trial Order f '
':.raest Vanlandingham through an ado the Eat Coast of Florida. of the ADVOCATE. If you are In need -The Bond Lumber Company has nine room house nicely finishedand
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the ADVOCATE makes four horse of any particular line of goods, the pink purchased the old Phcenlz Mill property In good condition located near the : I ;
bat have been disposed of In the past There never wan a time when the paper will tell ;you the best place to buy and Elnlg property, lying west of the Will convince you that my price on court house on the cornet of Palm and II'
ixty days through our columns. Were strength of newspapers as advertising them. Read the ads. .honda East Coast Railroad track In Ba4b, Doors Lime Cement and Nails areas Palmetto St*. Apply on premise or to ":' I
now advertising a cow, a residence mediums was so app rent an It is at the Tltusvllle and east of the J. T. Davis low all you get anywhere. I buy la M. J). L. DODHOX : ,,: :
1 hotel, a house, a launch etc. If you present day. Advertisers are using -Mr. Ernest Vanlandlogham of TI- residence and the railroad oil bonne. carload lot*. Write me and see.' 3m Tltusvllle Fla. : t:
ire In need of anything search the AD- them to a' greater extent than ever be- tnvillhad two horses for sale and This land comprises about ten acres, it U. F. PADUIMON, Eau Gallle. -

'OCATE'S columns. The man that fore. Within the last few months business knowing the value of the ADVOCATE and upon It the Bond Lumber Company Yawl For Sale. ,
that once appeared exclusively In as- an advertising medium lie placed a '
lever reads advertisements Is the man will erect a new lumber shed and yard. Home For Hale. j
oat never strike a bargain. the magazines has- begun to appear In small ad In our columns at an expense The building will be quite an Immense "j j
the weekly press also, whlla the trend of of about one dollar. As a result ho has structure, extending from the junctureof Yawf"Irene." 41 feet over all, 13 foot .1 I

events seems to be toward Jucludlng the disposed of both horse for the sum of the F. E. C. R'y. and the old J., T. :"ipty Sugar and Itlce Karrels. latter la every advertising campaign of $J3O. Doea It pay to advertise If :. W, tracks north to the end of the cash and fonr hundred In quarteily In.atallment. fet long lit I feet wide II feet and 2lncbe "

any pretentious whatever." yon have anything to sell, place your' block. They will have a side track .of tZ'j.UO: without interest un- high 10 window Divided In five private .1'' f
For sale. Address- ad In the ADVOCATE and see. placed In front of this building, and till paid will" buy a home on the river room by curtain on'spring roller "

WALTER A. MOOBE For Sale. will be able to load and unload car front at Tltusvllle. and brass rod*. Toilet room, with over- Ifl

8 George St., Charleston S. C. lllldltcli Steam Laundry. directly) from the lumber shed from Address, II. G. J., ADVOCATE: Office. 'How pump and stationary wash bowl. ,. .
The three-year lease Including part of either the main road or this Sanford --+--- Two doublo folding berth with, ,new I
furnishings of a alxty-room hotel on the btanch. hair mattresses, 2 couches, 2 rockers 3
Launch for Sale Ilargafn. Basket will leave office of Bond Lumber IMiotograpliy, I'lcturu Frame
at a .
Indian River.' Immediate possession. Co. I ____L.I t stool chairs ?'t folding tables, seateight;
Address ADVOCATE: OFFICE:, every Tuesday morning. I arid Moulding bedding, taide ware new stove, lamp "
** 'oot Class enclosed launch EnJEPV&NLAIIDJYGUAH: AgU ContractorVl1utecl.. utensIls
naphtha Tltusville Fla. and cooking for six person --Ii
)mile, seven hot beam six horse Portrait, Landscape and Marina Photograph Ho 9x9! cockpit with canopy, new tall,
ntfne, built by Ga Engine A Power Still lit the Lead. Cow For Hale. Reliable building contractors wanted *. Portrait la all the latent style anchor and cable; rigging In good shape '
o., of Morris Heights New York gnar- to bid on the erection of nice residence Old picture copied and enlarged to any wheel and steering gear; locker
Inteed to be In first-class order, almost Forty dollars will bUT'a 'flne bred on my place on Indian River. Write size and !finished In any style d fllred" and large forecastle with "one berth;
Ie", for terms, etc., apply to Masury's Paints stay In the lead, and young cow, soon to have her first calf for full Information, plan and specifications. Florida view for ante. Work finishedfor I easy to handle, good sailer; .sound doe I'I'good
PKTER NET.SOX also stay on your building. It I. not a U .ther with a five months old bull. Address, amateurs at trade pricws.F. not leak. For farther particulars at -

)r. Titusville, Fla. cheap paint but the price Is low. calf; good stock. Apply at Geo. E. ANDREW: U. TAYLOR, dress, J, T. W ATF.R".
.\. M. 2t G. F. l'.A. 1I'1Oof. Eau G Jlle. '
rxLLmr, Daytona Fla. tf ADVOCATE. Office. TlbbaU Fla. Tltusvllle, Fla. Tlbbals, Fla. X''

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l1i...i.otlta/N00.o.NON great.tot the wore
cess of art. science Industry and In. policy will keep what we have. No I WEIGH 115 IDS.

ventlon Is an International asset and u other policy will get more. In these
common glory.. times of marvelous' business energy and 1240-1218 West Adam Street, JACKSONVILLE, r1 1.\.

M'KINLEY'SPANAMERICAN After all. how near one to the othr yilii we: ought to be looking to the future Former \Velghl135

1 Is every part of the world! 'Modern to .strengthening/ tbe weak places In and Wine
ventlous have brought luto close relation our Industrial and commercial systems Liquor Merchants

widely separated peoples and that we may be ready for any storm or, Gain 40 IDS. ]

made them better acquainted. Geographic strata. Need of Reciprocity. -Oldest house in the clty.-
and political. divisions will continue There ue peopli who say that the
to exist but distanced have been By sensible trado arrangementswhich benefit derived from the use of put-up
of
will not Interrupt home Wholesale Distributors Lemps' St.
our Louis
pro- is the
effaced Swift ships and lust train medicines is not Beers
SPEECH ire bei'omlni! ensniopolitanThey Invade duction we shall extend tie outlets toro case with Dr. Plerce's Favorite Prescription ,

fields which a few years ago; were r Increasing surplus. Axystem which which makes,weak women strong OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FQR THEMSELVES
Impenetrable. The world's products arexchanged provides.: a mutual exchange of corutuodttleH and sick women well. A woman may ,
----- bl'fol'e.lnll with Is manifestly essential to the imagine she's weak or may fancy she's ItrCall: or send for Prices.S3ARRY .
as never / i iIncrt'Ulng continued and healthful growth of ourexjHir'r sick but her imagination can't add forty ._
i at Buffalo on / transportation facilitiescom -- ---- -
Delivered pounds to her weight. TIle positive -- --
trade. We must not In
repose
I Before He t Increasing knowledge and larger trade fancied upctirlty that we can forever proof of the curative power of Favorite : :: :MASON:
the Day: Price are fixed with inatheuintlc pre. Prescription is fount in the restorationof : :: : & Cot
clsion by supply and demand. The sell everything; and buy little or nothing. health which is recorded in face and
Was Shot.iHNO0Nito0i00N0. If such a thing were possible. it and Wholesale Dealers ln-
world's soiling prices ore regulated by form, of strength which can be tested, Importers
would not be best for us or for those and which be registered in
market and! weight can
crop reports.
.O.oN.A
We travel greater distances In a with whom we deal. We should take pounds and ounces.The .

The speech delivered by I'ri'sldent' shorter! spare of time and with more from our customers ouch of their products general health of women, the ill local so Wines Liquors and Cigars
intimately connected with
without harm to
as we can use
WcKlnlcji: at Buffalo on htu'sday.Rcpt ease than was ever dreamed of by the our Industries and labor. ReciprocityIs health of the womanly organs that ,
C, the day before his attempted, fathers.!; Isolation Is no longer;: possible when these are diseased the whale body
ssasnlrjatlon.) Is r'wul.lpf,1/111 out- of the or desirable. The snm linpoftnnt news the natural outgrowth of our wonderful suffers loss Dr. Pierce' Favorite Pre Forn.d.aJ.o P-u.ro xi-yo.
Is rend though In different Innguiigrsthe Industrial development under diseases It
best public nddroBses which lie ever same day In all Christendom.: The the domestic policy now firmly established. establishes scription cures regularity womanly, stops weakening Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District' of K.-nm' k\ aged 10

made..: Ho was Introduced to the vast telegraph/ keeps us advised of what in What we produce beyond our drains, heals inflammation and ulceration heated warehouse, and absolute pure and free from all adulteration |11" '", gOOd.

crowd auditors which pocked the occurring everywhere, and the press domestic consumption must have vent and cures female weakness."I are pronounced by all connoisseurs to be without an equal, and all'l i n, _.11,, ,01..1|.. bv the

csplnnnOe of tub exposition groundsby foreshadows with more or. less accuracy abrond. The excess must be relieved am very glad I to !let other poor nuflfereni' medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of invalids '

President Mllburn, who said sim the plans and purposes of the through! a foreign outlet nnd we should know for me what" write T>>>r. IMerce'd Mr. Kilwln medicine H. Gardner have done of FEHNDALK RYE Is put up In plain cases containing no mink.. "I l ..Il \1'1., rOtR
nations. Market of and sell everywhere we can and buy wherever llrechwoml. Norfolk Co., Mum. (Itox ) "You
I"Ladles prices products : 70. in each and delivered to nil
FULL QUARTS case, you, chargelllf'cl'IIf| ,
of .securities known In the buying will enlarge out. sales know I wrote to you Innt fiummer. I read whnt It ,tip| (lo\\-
.
mid, gentlemen the presi are hourly every ,
and your madtgltie' had done for other people *o lowing prices per case:
and
commercial mart, and the Investmentsof productions thereby make a thought I would try it. and I found it wo* ablennititf
dent. the people extend beyond their greater demand for home labor. The to me and in v family.. bewail In JuneRn" Ferndale, A. 7 years old, $3.20.: Ferndale, A A, 8", years old, f.: 7",
owi
< When the cheering had subsided. national boundaries Into the remotes: period of exclusiveness' In past. The ,,1,10,took or' 1'elltU.nix i Sottlen' I of took your your medicine medicine and a three yesrwhen Ferndale A A A, 10 years old, $4.20. :Money! refunded Is not entn President MKlnli: >y a spoke as follows: expansion of our trade and commerceIs 1 had a ten-pound girl. I had the enxlent
parts of the earth. Vast transactions
President Slllbtirn. Director General tbe Commercial time I ever had with auv of my three. children. HARRY: MASON & CO.
are conducted and international exchanges pressing problem. I have been very well since I took your medicine -
:Uuchnnnn CommlsKloners Ladles and are made by the tick of the wars are unprofitable. A policy of goodwill ...' I took. three' tiottle of Favorite Pre cnr>* State Agents. :::tHJ07.aU0311Vest Bay Street, Mason Block.
110. of Medical
Gentlemen-Iain glad to be ogaln In the cable. Every event of interest Is Immediately and friendly trade relations will three three vial*of 'Pelleta.Golden' I had no niscovery'and Appetite and JACItSOXVILLE: - - . Fl
city of Buffalo and exchange "reetln" bulletined. prevent reprisals Reciprocity treatiesare could not eat much without It dintreuiiiK me ORIDA
with her people, to whose generous In with the of the before I took your Favorite Prescription' nnd I ----- --- - -=
( harmony spirit
The quick and transmission I "
with gathering only weighed; pound Ngw weigh 175.
Vitality I nra not a stranger abd of news 1IJ.11 rapid transit, are otrl'ent times; measures of retaliation are not. D.. Pierce's Common Sense Medical FOR
whose good wllr have !been repeatedly If perchance'some of our tariffs are $3.30.
.. .
origin and are only mode pos Adviser is sent free on receipt of 21 one-
and signally honored. Today I have sible by the genius of the Inventor and no longer needed for revenue or to encourage cent stamps to pay expense of mailing
additional satisfaction In picctlrjg and the courage of the Investor. It took: A and protect our Industries at only. Address! Dr. B. V. Pierce, Buffalo Sent to us by Express postoffice order or New York Exchange, *e will
giving welcome to the foreign reprvsentrttlves special messenger of the government home why- should they not be employ. N. Y. I send you by Express, CHAnGES PltEPAID,
nsxerablod here whose pres- : ed to extend end markets .
promote our
with every facility known at the time --- I FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
ence and participation In this exposition for rapid travel nineteen 'days to go abroad? Then too we have Inadequate Wholesale Bather
have contributed In so marked a service. New lines of -
steamship
from the city of Washington to New
As regards facilities for) bathing:, the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
degree to Its Interest and success. To Orleans with steamers have already been put In
a to General
message ; Is
which Filipino demands there
the commissioners of the Dominion of commission between the Pacific! coast every

I Canada nnd the British colonies the Jackson had ceased that and the a treaty war with of pence England had ports of the, United States and those salt the open water bay ready with at Its miles tlOle of'or clean tho Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey
any
I French' colonies, the republics of Mexico been signed. how different nowt We of the western coast of Mexico and
I 'and of Central and South America Central and South Au!erlcn. These day or year for a free bath. The genuine
' Cuba'and reached General Miles In Porto Rico Filipino Is Jialf amphibious loving We ship In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate content (which will arnni all con
and the commissioners Of
! .1 by cable, and he was able through the should be followed up with direct the nnd like fish. ment. When you get It and tent It If It Is not satisfactory, return It at OUR tXl'KNSK'; : m
swimming
Forto Rico who shore with us In this military to hta steamship lines between! tbe eastern water a your$3.20will cheerfully rorUlulol. Till Whiskey In an!'(nod o any >*5 00 eouil* in tlie niirkit
telegraph stop army on An example of this may be seen! In the We are clone at hand and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than dlxtnnt homo V. tun
I ly: I Ii' the firing line wltb the message that coast; of the United States and South large toQucc-o factories of BInondo. been ilnlne bimlnen* In this rllf.anti at the same stand for over 10 YEARN, and a> to our Ru
the United States and Spain bud signed American ports. / 1'O SlllIl.l'rY AND KKl UTATIOM for honest dealing we refer you to any merchant here its.
with their When tileday'
10.000 employees. the editor of this paper.
One of the needs of the times Is direct -
protocol suspending: hostilities. labor Is done, the thinly dressed SOLOMON & LEVI,
commercial lines from our1I8t
We knew almost Instantly of the first
workmen men women anti children 1928 & 1030: First
tbe'tlelds Avenue
shots Ured at Santiago and the subsequent fields of production to ) of consumption
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speed laughingly to the bay, plunge Into P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM
surrender of the Spanish forces that we have but barely ALA.
: the waiting wares and come out I
known touched. :Next In advantage to having
was at Washington within less
clean cool and refreshed.-Ledger I NOTICE t-We pay Express Charges. to all points reached by "SOUTH EHX EX PFFS8 C0>>
than an hour of Its consummation. The the thing to 8E'lIls to haw the convenience but to lintta of othur ,
. f Monthly. PANY point* ou Express Companion we prepay only tu jiulnu ",lun
first ship of Cervera's Cert hud hardly to carry It to the buyer. We Southern Express Company transfer to said other Express Company.
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emerged' from that historic harbor must encourage our merchant marine.
'. We must have They must. A WORTHY SUCCESSOR
when the fact way flashed to our capital more tihlptt. ,
i and the swift destructlou Hint followed be: under. the American (nag built and o = A SB: J n, "cr: ZML sc 0 0.,
was nnnounttid Immediately manned and owned by Americans. Something New Under The II....."
517, *: ale w. nay St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA
These will not only be! profitable lu neommtl.c'allieIlSI
) through the wonderful medium of telegraphy. All doctors have triad to cure Catarrhby
) So accustomed art we to ,>; they will be messengers the use of powders acid gases, Inhalers '
{ cafe and easy! communication with distant of peace nod amity wherever they and drugs in pasta form. Their powders "'IJlj:

I lands that Its temporary Interruption KO.. We must build the Isthmian canal dry up the muouous membranes ..
7 ( F even |In ordinary times results In which will unite the two oceans and causing them to crack open and/ bleed.
: loss Inconvenience.... We shall never give a straight line of water communication The powerful acids used In the Inhalers VVlNE5
with the western coasts of Cen- have entirely earen away the same memo *
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forget the days of anxious waiting and branes that their makers have aimed to ----= LIUUO!
tral and South Amerlcd und Mexico. -
awful suspense when no Informationwas H.as D
cure while paste and ointments cannot a =
permitted to be sent from 1'ck.lng The construction of a Pacific cable cannot i reach the disease. An old and exper .---

and the diplomatic! representatives of be longer puiMponed.A ienced practltioneer who hits for many "''"' -

I III the nations la China cut off from all Fraternity llepnbllen.In years made a close study and specialty of
coinui un Ira tion Inside and outside of the furtherance; these objects of the treatment of CATAKKfl: has At last

the walled capital wore surrounded by natlonul I Interest and concern' you arperforming perfected a treatment which when faith: k
an and This fully used not only relieves at once, but i
angry misguided mob that an Important part. ex

'.1' PKKHinKNT H'KlNtET PEI.1VKHIJIO: HIS threatened their lives nor the Joy that position would! have touched the heartof permanently the cl\'IIIe.ltoppln.r ones' CATARRH. the dlKoharges by removing --

1 HFKKCU AT PAN-AM E1UCAN EXPOSITION. thrilled the world when:, a single message I that American statesman whose and ourlngall Inflammation. It is the
from the government of the United mind was ever !alert and thought ever' I
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4 undertaking we give the baud of tel,!'! only remedy known to science that actually .
lowshlp null felicitate with them upon States brought through our minister constant for a larger commerce! and a reaches the afflicted parts. This /t"I''T'f'! W "\. \. .J

the triumphs of art science education the first news of the safety of the besieged truer fraternity of the republics of the wonderful remedy Is known as "HNtlF-: Sylvan: G-1.cn. 'V'V'h1.s1.l.oyFour
dad manufacture! which the old has diplomats.At new world. Ilto broad American spiritIs BTESthe GUARANTEED CATARRH
bequeatbed tu the new century. the beginning of 'the nineteenth felt and manifested here. He needsno CURE" and Is sold at the extremely Tull Quarts Delivered for 83,20.

Expositions are the timekeepers of century there was not a mile of steam Identification to an assemblage of price of One Dollar each package containing *

progress.) 't'hey record the world' ad. railroad on the globe. Now there are American anywhere, for tbe name of siifllcient Internal for a full and month's external treatment medicine 6 of the same $4.5O. t 12 of the same $9.00.

vancement. 'They stimulate the energy, enough miles to make Its circuit many fllalne Is Inseparably associated with and everything necessary to perfect use. AH goods are put up In plain boxes-no marks on the same to show content

enterprise and Intellect of the peoplH times. Then there was not a line of the pan-American movement! which "SNUFFLES" Is the only perfect CATARRH Agents for the Co.
INibut Brewing
electric telegraph. Now have finds hie practical and substantial expression -
and quicken human Kculus. They go we a CURE ever made and U now
Into the home. They broaden and vast mileage traversing! all lands and and\ which we all hope will be recognized as the only safe and positivecure --- ----- -- --- --- --- '- ---------------_.-- ------.- -
ttrlghteu the dully life of the people. all seas. God and man have linked firmly advanced by the pan-American for that annoying and dlgustlng dis
They! open mighty storehouse of Information the nations together. No nation can congress that assembles this autumn In ease. It cures inflammation quickly PABLO BY THE'SEA LIYEUY.
to the student Every ei position longer be {Indifferent to any'other, and he capital of Mexico. Too good work nod permanently and 1i Is also quick t> relieve -

great or, small has helped to as we are brought more and more 'Jp will go on. It cannot be stopped. These i. CATARRH IIA Y FEVER when or neglected cold In the often IlEA leads D. Turnouts of all descriptions SADDLE HORSES,

Homo onward step. Comparison of touch with each other the less occasion buildings will disappear; this creation to lrTIUN-INUFFLES'; : will >n d ,i IN er

Ideas Is always educational and as Is there for misunderstandings and of art and beauty and Industry will save you if yon use It at onoe. It Is no : BAGGAGE Transfer(
such Instructs the brain nud. band of the stronger the disposition when ua perish from sight but their Influence ordinary remedy, but a complete treat
man. Friendly rivalry follows wlilchIs bare differences to adjust them In the will remain to ment which Is positively guaranteed to TRAPS, HAULING, Etc.CWm.WILKIXSOX.

the spur to Industrial Improvement court of arbitration, which U. the noblest Make it llv* beyond its too abort living cure CATARRH In any form or stage If
the Inspiration to useful Invention and forum for the settlement of International U lib |pries and thankiytvfng used according to the directions which SURREYS, ,

'to high endeavor lu all departments disputes Who can tell the new thoughts that accompany each package. Don't dolaYI
but send for It at once, and LAUDAUS, t i # r Proprietor.
human activity I'ncXBntpled Prosperity. have been awakened the ambitions

It exacts a study of the want, comforts My follow citizens trado statistic Indicate fired and tbe high achievements that particulars will receive as special to your advice condition from and the you discoverer VICTORIAS Pablo Beach To-

and even the whims of the people that this country I la In a state of will be wrought through this exposition of this wonderful remedy regardIng -
and Tocogulzes the cfHcncy( of high unexampled prosperity. Tbe figures Gentlemen, let us ,ever Temern- your case without t to you beyondthe I -------- -- - ---

quality and new prices to win their are almost appalling. They show that ber that our Interest I la In concord not regular price of "SNUFFLES" the ADVOCATE HOUSE.
favor. The quest for trade Is an incentive we are utilising our fields and forests conflict and that our real eminence "GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE." PRINTING

to men of business. to 'devise. and mines and that we are furnishing rests In the victories of peace not those Sent prepaid to any address the United _

Invent. Improve and economize In cost (profitable employment to the millions of war. We hope that all who are represented States or Canada on receipt of :irt. r' __ _
of production.. Business life whether of worklngmcn throughout the United here may be moved to higher Address Dept. 70.EDWIN! n. GILES f /s
fc CO. 23SO-t2: : Market
: St.
among ourselves or with other peoples, States bringing comfort and happinessto and nobler effort tor their own and tbe Philadelphia. _(

la ever a sharp struggle for success. It their homos and making It possibleto I world,: good and that out of this city ---------- -- -- .

will be none the lUlls so In the future. lay by savings for old age and dis may come not only greater commerce Cures flood Troubles, Blood

Without competition we would be ability. That all the people are participating and trade for us all, but more essential 1-01800. Cancer Eczema etc.
clinging to the clumsy and antiquated In this great prosperity lateen ban these relations of mutual respect.

processes of farming and manufacture In every American community coil confidence and friendship which will Coots Nothing to Try. i ,

and the methods of business of long shown by the enormous and unprecedented deepen and endure. Our earnest prayer Old, obstinate deep-seated oases per
ago and the twentieth would be no deposits In our savings banks. Is that Gail will graciously vouchsafe manently cured by taking Ilotnnlo Blood
further-advanced than the eighteenth Our duty 'U" the care and security of prosperity, happiness cud peace to all Balm (B. B. B.). If your blood tainted, rrr

century. But though commercial competitors these deposits and their safe Invest our neighbors and life blessings: to all producing oTensive( eruptions, aching
are commercial enemies, we ment demands" the highest Integrity the people. and power of earth. bone |.ind joints ulcers falling hair, mucous -
must not bo.Irovrc. ami the best\ business capacity of those patches, soar mouth and throat T
; scabs or scales, persistent pimples
.. IB U.. ...... In charge of 1 be e. d'posltorlt's, of thepeople's How's Tins sores, swellings, sore lip, dry sore,,eating<.Inl1. ;t

\ i The I'an-Aiiiurlcun; exposition bm earnings.We Wo offer Ouo Hundred Dollars Reward aching lancing shooting pains, then you rrrrJ.fFr_ s
j done Its work: thoroughly presentingIn / have a vast and Intricate business l. tot any case of Catarrh that cannot be have blood poison 'or the beginnings of
I Its exhibits evidences of the blgbelllt built ut through years of toll and cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. deadly cancer. Don't experiment but
i! skill and Illustrating the progress uf struggle lu which every part of the F. J. CiiBXKY-ift Co., Props.,Toledo, O. take Botanlo Blood Balm (R. 11. B.) made
the human family In the western hem country bus Its stake which will not We, tho undersigned, have>> known F, especially to cure all malignant; blood
isphere. This portion of the earth baa permit of either neglect/ or of undue J. Cheney for the last IS years" !, and belev I troubles, like those named above, and
*' him perfectly honorable In all busies itching scabby, eczema, carbuncles,
'
selfishness. No sordid
for the It
.n'( 110 cause for buhilllntlon part narrow policy scrofula
transactions and able to rheumatism ca'ncera
financially blood
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!sit bas performed In the march of dTlllza.I will suboerre It. The gieato" tklll and '
humor etc Heals
savvy out any obligation made by their every sore and stops
I tion. It has not accomplished every wisdom on the port of the manufacturers rm."K T & THCAX Wholesale Drug- i all aches and pains. Try It. Costs but

P,' thing'far from It. It bas simply (don>> and producers will bo requiredto gnats, Toledo, O. WALDIXO, KIXXAK' 41 at druggists. Treatment sent free by
Its best and without vanity or bonstfulness hold and Increase It. Our Indus- .MAKViN\: .AVholesitle druggists,Toledo, writing to Dr. Oll1am.2011 Mltchell'treet. t. r
J and recognizing the manifest trial enterprises which have grown to O. Atlanta, (Oa Describe trouble and free
achievements of others It Invites the such great proportions affect the homes Hall's Catartb Cure Is taken Internally, medical ad ice given Medicine and free

friendly rivalry of all the powers In the and occupations of the people and thewelfare acting directly upon the blood and raucous medical. advice seat at once prepaid. H.
peaceful pursuits of trade and commerce of the country. Our capacity surfaces of the sy.tel'I'rlce 7">ct B. l3.originated by l>r. Olllara over 'M
I ., will with all In to bas per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Tesimonlils years ago. Thousand have been cured Fine
developed
and co-operate : produce so enormously -
free. many after doctors and patent medicines Job Executed
advancing thft hlghest-and best Intor and our product have so multiplied Hall's Family Pills are the best had utterly failed Botanic Dlood Balm Work Quickly
eats of humanity. The wisdom and en- that the problem of more markets (B. B. B.) gives life vigor and strengthto

crgg, of alj) the! nations ,.are.. none. too. require( our urgcpt Nan} Immediate L6Ir The ADVOCATE does Job printing. the blood making It pure and rich.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER\ 27, 1901. 3 :



Professional Card was after. 'Pileetw iMraer naiu Del!
"Roosevelt's
rough il&rs"something
was after Krlzillen.nil. it was soon
In the nalteration of tt: e name: rtrin!
noised about the that tbe "foureyed
EO. M. BOBBINS, camp j. the \popular fancy Dud ttx.,. regiment
G tenderfoot" was looking for big
Ix-onme Caurous before It was oruaiilttl. \
PRESIDENT garnet The hardest wait Iu the vicinity
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR had iullltnr.experience '
: Racwcvelt bad noire .\
sent word to Kuuoexett that he couldn'tshoot
AT-LAW. I an a captain\ la tile 1'IJhth: I
any grizzlies: In 'that territory
regiment but not euouxlv In his 1.1"
[1VI11 practice State and United State and that If ho attempted to the "badman"
mutloik to fit him to command, a regiment
lu question would be Informedand ,
Court. lit tluH1 of war, and> be moilextty
Office at TITDSVILLIC FLA. proponed to shoot Roosevelt at I Y Don't tie the top of your
sight. took the Kocoiid place: and Willi couteul Jolly and preserve Jars In

to learn from bin friend Dr. Wood\ t '.y Ileuldrushlonedwar.tIetlIdthem
When this. message was! conveyed to
hy the now,quick,
GAULDEN ROOSEVELT It Is hardly to recount the .
L. uei-esunry
tbs blue eyed t\'o D history of tire rough riders from thelints rontlnifor llire
greatly pleased and, lookrag eagerly '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. organized lu Snu Antonio 1'itramne. linn
they were :
through his glasses. be Inquired of, his bets or oilnr. le i
, will practice In .ill the Courts of the State Informant "wher the 'bad mnn' lived.\ Tex.: until they were mustered tluht unit sunlit
[ot Florida, and tbe United States Court desired out at ('1\1111' 'UwlT-to recall the Jungle : U.ofullnadnseuolher. fcimlly appllod. '

t.0 Box,3M. TITUSVLLLE FLA. Immediately upon receiving tbe Unlit, of [.1101 Uuasliuna anal the r+ Wftys ntiout the houso. 1
Information Roosevelt rode over to seethe
Money to Loan. 18 bloody charge ut San Juan lULL Tho Full directions with fI; +
shoot him. each cake r
man who proposed to
The Man Who tote Is still on every one's lips But It Soul venrwtiera. Made by 1
Now Becomes the Chief When be reached the camp of the ludividual
TL J. WEBB, 1 la worth while to recall' the remarkable + STANDARD OIL CO.
,
"bod man"Lad
In question the

j'a A TTORNEY.A T.LA W, Executive of the Nation-Striking Per forgotten why be Intended to shoot ever Influence his. men Uoosp\'lt'tt an Influence! personality that weldeda hail !

and was very much disposed to be told i al
Will practloe In the Courts of the 7th thouBnnd or more hulopeiidvut cowpunchers I I
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand sonalities Which Have Made Him amiable with the tenderfoot from the ranchers and athletes Into a : )

rents and accounts collected.I east.Mr. fighting machine. "You've got to perform -
Roosevelt not only wore a costume ,.',
H Character In without flinching whatever duty
I Trrcsvn., FKOKIDAI : ,_ a Unique which bo considered -Some of our down-liver render have
appropriatefor Ik unsigned regardless of the dlfU-
you forgotten the fact that thin office Is fully

National Politics He killing grizzlies, but he actually culty or dancer: attending It. No mutter equipped to do all kinds of Job printing.
I D. PENNEY, killed more bears than the best of the
A. : what comes you mustn't squeal"These Advertising and Job printing helps us to

Believes In the "bad men" and his unquestioned bravery words of Roosevelt's became al. publish newRpnpor worthy of the Kant

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, t. ...;/ and fearlessness won him as It always most a religion. with his tnen. "To do Coast, and all wo want Is a share of it. e

does with tbe Bret Ilarte type of anything without flinching and not to
I TITVSVUX.B, FLORIDA. Strenuous Life. unbounded and love. .
0.. pan respect squeal" was their aim and to hear

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th What tho men of the west thought the colonel soy "Bully,"' was reward KIDNEY DISEASES'w
of the tenderfoot was shown when
enough.
Judicial Circuit. ... '\
: Theodore Roosevelt called for volunteers (continued on nth page. ao .

for the rough riders, '
among .
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1 .& JONES, whom were some of those who trKnl to arc the most fatal of all dis ,
MORGAN .
/ "take the frills off tbe New York dudo" 800,000 WOMEN eases. ..,

REAL ESTATE AND when be first appeared among them ,'
INSURANCE ....
.. .. and who today lovingly and loyally refer Have been ramtorod health KIDNEY CURE Is a
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il'
Loans Notary Public. to him ax a leader whom they by Lydia E. Ptnkham'm Vago- FOLEY'S

( Collections, 'Typewilling Stenography. !:'4 ," would follow to tbe death. table ,Compound. Tholt lot- Gtiarantsid Rained/ ,

.
TITCSVILLK FLA. "I.. ,. : tor are on ale and prove this J

-- I .;.:f.. ; I POLICE. COMMISSIONER OF statement to lust m foot, not a or money refunded. Contain

f'190.! A. WORLEY, L NEW YORK. moro hommt. Whan a madl- remedies recognized by eminent .
olio hmm boon muaoomful In
.' ... physicians as the best for ".
The fifth stage of Mr. Roonowlt's curing *o many woman, you
ATTORNEYATLAW.'General
.
. ,
. and Bladder troubles.
practice In State and Federal career was embodied In his service: as oannot wall may without tryIng Kidney .

Courts. All business entrusted will police commissioner of New York city. It_" I do not ttoltovo It PRICE Me. sad $..oo.. ;' ,

receive prompt attention. Other commissioners: have ..omo' and will help ...0." It, It. WILSON R; SON .'\ "

General Counsel for tbe Tuttle Estate f I gone and their records are-m rer less ,

Miami.. prosaic but, the history of Theodore WANTEI-5e.erdTerssn.of; character! and ,

MIAMI FLORIDA.TAMES . Roosevelt stands out again picturesque, Court reputation:I In each. Htata tune in till county .
required) to repr.Mint and advertise old estnhltMued \ ,
dramatic and alive with the Intensityof wealthy Imnlnuss, hiiiiHe uf solid Ilimn- .

ANDREWS the man's nature an Intensity which dial' standingPalary' *1M weakly, with primus. ..h
adtlltinnnl, all avahfe In root tiftrl 1) Woduusiluy :-/
differentiates him at every step of his dlrecit from head oftloe. Ilorsaiiiifl. oarrlsue. fiir-, l'''

ATTORNEY T-t.\W. career from his predecessors! or successors. fished., when necessary" K f"renrs. huuloses .
< If udilrxumd stutppnd DIM ,
mivelnpu. Manager
Main office and postofllce address TITUS As police commissioner Mr. Roosevelt .. C.'olllhllllInK. Cluonao. JOiliia ,,,
.
t
VILLB. 'Branch office at FORT PIEHCE. made New York seethe with excitement.
..... -Job Printing of all kinds. executed C
Disguised he visited at plght ..
.
.Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. . '
.
at the ADVOOATH office. Send jour order.ANNER ': ,
tho various .
for himself
precincts seeing -
,.
Notary Public State at Large. t: .r
and testing/ the probity and capability t.'j' .
.
of his corps. By day he> foughtthe 'I SALVE.Iri ,. I

STEPHEN E. FOSTEk.ATTOltNEYAT.LAW, other police commissioners he up- *most healing ejalv*In the world. ',{

set old tlnie rules: and enforced old time .

"bluo laws." because as be explained, ",' THE RAPID CALKER Is what every
yachtsman and boiitbnilder needs.. For
Rooms 420 and 423 Gardner Building they .were In tbe statute books and $ sale ,
: by Jus. Piltolinrd A; Son, Titus

:JACIi8ONVILLE FLA. . pen must led.be obeyed until they were re- NaT -" Zfa vide\ Fla. PI'lce'i and '8 each. ;


Tbe sixth phase of Mr. Roonevelt't PlNKHAM'S; The Indian Itlvcr neat Estate .,r

GEORGE W. ALLEN, 'J ''f career was brief but meat satisfactory, Agency HUM for Bale '

and was embraced In the short time of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Vegetable Compound
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT. his service as assistant secretary of the! Unimproved lands from $2.00 to t2 .OO '
KEY WEST .
FLORIDA. navy. Colonel Roosevelt was nominated Is a positive cure .for all those painful per acre.

Will practice In the United States by President McKinley on April 9, Ailments of Women. 10 acre orange grove, near s Tltu.yllle.some y

and State Courts. Ojun95T ty=BU unwavering lU'publlcon. "lie 1807. On April 17 he tendered his resignation It will entirely) cure the worst forms of I trees bearing, fI$lOO.I( ()K).

Theodore Roosevelt, the new president athletic and remarkable as police commissioner to Mayor Female Complaints, all t>varlan troubles 5 acre orange grove, near Tltusville,

0. FRIES, C. E. of the United States, is one of was then as now Strong of New York city. Inflammation and UlcoreUlon. Palling and with 10 acres of land, some bearing
I for his boundless energy, his Interest IMsplaaeinuiits. of the Worn b, and 11000.011.(
consequent
1. the most'reinarkable men in this COUll'tl' From the very first Roosevelt foresaw -
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land In people and things and his unfailing Spinal, Weaknos., anclllll'8IJulll&rlyadal.Llld Orange: !grove nod pineapple farm, at;
)'. Ills career, which from tlw outset utliimlasm. tbe possibility of a conflict with to the t'hnngn of Uf*. Mlooo, 600 good bearing trees with 1 acre

legally surveyed and sub-divided. has been a most ".'renuou..." one, maybe The: second stage of Mr. Roosevelt's Spain and he set about preparing bl.dl'l'ortw'nt .. Your medicine ours., me, uf terrible shed for pines good; dwelling, iX)0.)0.( ) )( ,
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for .. female llliin.,
all kinds of works. Disputed divided into nlue phases or stages (MiliHc citrrer was tbat In which be an- for It. lie pushed repairson AI us. !M, .... Mun.Kn, 80 acres of pine and hammock hind for
engineering
lines a specialty. leading iu to the Jfiitb all president, nounct'd himself as vnndldate for may the ships, he worked with might i tA. Coiimml, H<|., \llorton, Mtias. oranges: and pines on K. 11, south of
and main for the Bebastlan River
bill 800.00
the duties ut which tie IH just eu- of :\I'W'ol'k navy personnel ,
or ; Backache.It
TITUSVILMC upon
'" Brevard Co. ., FLORIDA. .
and visited the> various naval reserves House and 4d: acres of land beautiful
terlng. It wns very characteristic that be has. cured more OIMUS of liiu'kunhe" ; and river front Gallia
throughout tbe lie left nothing 2 miles of Eau #:.MK)>.
country.
In nine different rolex be butt "IvellevhJ..nc should ,with his belief In himself, consider Leurnrrhw than any other remedy. the 7 room 10 of land
river
8. BURNHAM; cottage, acres ,
,
M. D. undone In tact tbat would
N :... of' the Httillxites that luukvhim the ottlve! of mayor one wblcti he .ecure <1II1""lIv rltnowu. It almost iii fallible front, at Georgians $7W. Y
the highest efficiency In ChI service In such cases" 11 dissolves and expols
.toilny pvihap4 the most talked of was equipped to fill, but unquestionably , Apply at once to
Tumor from the Uterus In
an early stage
when the time for action It Is |
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, man of forty-thrt-v lu the \\oild. If Mr Kooaevelt were consulted today came. of development and checks any tendency D. L. GAULDEN. Manager

Ear, Nose and Throat. Of arlHtocrutlc birth u UH'iuber of a be would agree! with his friends an open secret tbat be It was who first to cancerous' '. .humors.- Tltusvllle, Fla.Foley's .

family distinguished for valor patriotism that his defeat In this race was bene- realized the tremendous opportunity lour Vfnfutaul. roiuH' 'iitid r.- 1
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA. tbat the war would open In the east mud a lbriil.l. TitiiKir, frnui my
lad culture for many genera. ftcJul to him Defeated, candidate 1.-womb aft.r diMttorsrelief. fall.d l to ,Iv. Honey .ad Tar
and wbo had Dewey In whom be recognized >li... B. A. LoWIIA"",
first sued for
tlous Roosevelt for Mr. Roosevelt next
young mayor, appearsas the right man for tbe place Wesidele. AU... heals lungs and atops tbe cough. A'r
public favor when he appeared as cauilldule a national civil service commissioner ,

for assemblyman lu bill 'lutlvw and here again bis party found him appointed to command ,the! eastern Bearing-down Feeling.
VirgiHinos squadron., And naval officers
city New York. lie wait then just out studious untiring capable and efll- agree Womb troublos, cuuslnu pain. weight sad" .
that tbe remarkable skill In
marksmanship
of college 1879 and was_ twenty-ou cft'f.lt. backache instantly relieved ami i< riiia- I

years of age. This appointment was made In 1880 displayed by the American neatly oared by its use. Under all clrcuni-: qD5
due Stances It sets jn harmony with the laws
was to his '
gunners foresight. Ho
You learn all about Virginia Lands, Even his opponents admit that be by President Harrison when Roosevelt that the female and i
the govern system, as
'its( resources, products, mode of cut wan a zealous servant of his own pur- was" a trifle over thirty. Two year saw necessity of practice and bethought harrnlnss. a* WaNr.JIIIF .

tlvatlon, prices, etc., by reading; the |M.T. In 181)1 (tbe fourth stage of Ir.ft.o''Yt'lt's It the, belt kind of economy to VIliMillaah. I.rt'ui.. aft rtskliiK
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Virginia burn ammunition In Mie .ounil boll I.. Your .
Farmer. Send 10ots.' up acquiring skill. : uxnlluln..urKl
remarkable life), be appwtrn F.rrr'.srds
for m. when dootor. fallml.MM. ar.
3 months subscription to the A characteristic story of Ibe truth
..
as a hunter of big game HAHAH HOI..TKIN knowntb.eouutryev.rss ,
Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. When Theodore Roosevelt concluded of which there Is no doubt. Is told regarding a LMrle. BloeltO rliani ",., Lowell, ),.... (the .sst eel lab,.M..de t bat i
Roosevelt's Insistence oaa ii. bouehe dkm'1 se.. a epluk.l
HAVE t* hunt grizzly bears he! naturally de- practice Irregularity on oh.ap..d. said lass a ,
YOU SEEN THE WALTON Ip tbe navy.' Shortly after bis appointment dollar on ii).harv..tU
Kapld Calker! If notcall at the storeof FOr warnetl- ended to do so In what be considered be asked for an appropriation Suppressed or Palniul Menstruations. ,Weak. Iwo 5..d Ansu.l rose
-
Jas. PrltohardUt l : Sour Titusville. ., fuu\jrr costume, and It Is' most Inter of 800.000 for ammunition powder sea Flooding of the, Nervous Stomach Prostration Inillicestlou, ilsadache lliuatlnK D. M, faaaT a CO

It Is an article that should be In the ..Forearmed.The .tlng: to see the dramatic Instinct and shot for the navy. ,The appropriation General ..bllt' __ ( A.ppaMbk.DYSPEPTICIDE.

possession of every boatbuilder and again domluu lUjf. Tliv pictures or MrBnosvvelt and _I Jt I. a vraiiif ne, n ns. I am
yachtsman. Read the testimonials liability to disease is greatly taken In bis costume as a was made a few thaakf fur the 11...<1 It hn doueMr
from months later be aaked'for\ another .
.J. W. J
first-class boatbullders. appropriation mw ,
lessened when the blood ia in good condition hunter show him holding bis rifle Tfl CHrolliia A'..,
this time of 1500.000.
and the circulation healthy and loaded with many bullets. Tbv leather Jamaica. Plain (B.xUin),Jlr....
When asked by the authorities
vigorous. For then all refuse matter: breeches with their picturesqueadorn. proper

is promptly carried out of the system ; neat of fringe the bunting shirt of what bad become of the first appropriation. Dizziness' Faintness The greatest aid to DIGESTION.

be replied "Every cent of It Extreme"" Lhude.If don't care" and
A Sample of one of the best farm otherwise it would rapidly accumulate leather, embroidered supposedly by In- .
copy was spent for powder and shot and 'want to be left .Ion. feeling, en liability ..
fermentation would take place, the duns: the scarlet silk handkerchief. Irritability, nervousness, sUiHplessness.flatulency ' I The Largest and Most Com-
papers published, free, If you will send and the constitution every bit of powder and shot bas been I
blood become polluted dory handled revolver the knife thrust nn-Unclioly! or the blue*, ami olate Establishment South.

your name on a postal card, mentioning no weakened that a simple. through the cartridge belt. are all tbe fired. When he was asked,, what be backache. Th".. are sure indications. of

tills paper. malady might result seriously. fitting paraphernalia of the cowboy'shero. was going to do with the 9300.000. be Utern Female''Weakness. UeranKouientof the CEO. S. HACKER & SON
replied "Use of
ounce that
A healthy, active circulation means every too. -- J..... troubled .with Puniness' ,
TUB: PLOWBOY Co.Atlanta .% good digestion and strong healthy within tbe next thirty' days la practice .l .!'J n........... Falntn.M, dwelling'
.
I 4 shooting." When the Main wan blown A' r Limb. Yonr medlo/n.enrsdins./ [
Ga. I nerves. II ROOSEVELT AS A HUNTER. Hu. MAHJIII K. UAKK:*
As a blood purifier and tonic S. S. S. j op. Mr. Roosevelt bad no dOGbt that _Hunsiimrt_u__,.._4._._

has no equal. It is the safest and best war would follow and that shortly and The howevrr. Is told In an r
I'I't
remedy for old people and children When Roosevelt dressed In his gauetand bis energies were bent with redoubled Illustrate*!I.t.I:: l.lt roe. with each bottle 1 1t
the moM eomptot trestle. on female
because it contains no minerals but is personally selected bunting cos- force to getting tbe navy ready. When oornpl.lnt4 ever publl.hvd.

BO YEARS made of roots and herbs. tarn, made his appearance among the war did finally break out. Mr. Roone> -
exclusively K..r .' ... I'.uir.rwl; wltli.
EXPERIENCE No other remedy so thoroughly and sntraumeted citizens around Little Tilt was tor rushing matters for Inking ... womb trouble, and ..... .ntlr l"
Mswwurl river be was looked upon asa cured bj Mr. I'lnsliKni'smmllitlne.
blood of im
effectually cleanses the Havana at once and dictating Jrfos. L.Towr, 1
purities.{ Atthe tenderfoot of a very elementary terms from there.ROOSEVELT'S. 'lit .,. r.

i bntod. The toughs who proposed to .
1 same time it builds
SSS the weak and debilitated s%..w him a thing or two arranged Kidney Complaints ..
up 1 ROUGH RIDERS. anl Backache of either the ""
and renovates among themselves., In their own ex! r Can Mind elwa." MIT.,.. In Vegetable
*..lvp Ixnguagv. "to take some of (tin
'f TRACE MARKS the entire sys pr The Vi-K.l.M. Com
DeslansCowRlorrs tem. It cures permanently all manner frtlta out of the New York tenderfoot" Naturally enough Roosevelt would Ljdla! E. PlnkhanV I t"',,- /. ..," by .11 MANUFACTURERS OK

Ac. of blood and skin troubles. A well 'knot i-liaractrr oJ.vroa"b..1Itoo.h not l.e content to sit behind a desk Liver Plllt! Wife I 11'11111'1.mall, ID form or snot of rills by Doors Sash Blinds

Akj"", ssndtn. s.bMrb sM .. ::r".n" m r DUd linked him what he> In- while there was fighting: going on. lie Conitlpatloii.or '- """' ". "D re- ,
tlr nvottrtmti onr opinion fr.o wt M, E. ft. Kellr.of Urbane, 0.,write. :, .
'"'trlcHTCoiiUdoiilliil.nn I., .prnlt..I,. pntentable. (..mfnnnl..,.. "I had Eosema on mr hands and I ao.. lot tu lfij to do unit nlmt kind of game be submitted bis resignation tojhe president Slot Nudach.,26aa'Pr.,...topnttJ.1...... w.4Oaarrrld. Me &
n..ndl Material
>onkon Po'o"" nldtng
It would break out la Lulq Building
.
.. rear.
** l't it .svmirr for mmnnir pautii'*. b would form and on April 10 and tried to Set an appointment -
1'r ,,u mien: through Munn rwlT.im crust Josh Westhafer of Txxigootee Ind. .... .... ... .
r (;0. drep oJ.I.anne the skim red and inflamed. Is upon Genera Lee's staff. Yon nan .1. In tHot l nnll"... *",
dadkewlthout.har.Wlae Tbe doctor did me no I u.ed a poor man, but be says he would not be 1TDIA t. PI5KHAV BCD.: W., a,... a.... CfDoe 4: Waierooros. King, opposite

S\i 2!Unnt} JIm rln.$ all the medicated eoape and sal fee without without Chamberlain's Pain Halm If It Then came! the rough rider Idea, the -.. ...... - -- .-.. . Cannon Streot.ChllrlcstQIl .
8. cured and skin seventh phase. of Roosevelt's
ten.tit. 8. 8. m* my (eareer
,' .111 r.inrMt .tr.t
hnrdlvtlrlit of h'f"re It was reafz 'd.White's ,
: Kutxl In .
., sash Slate
..ohm.! nn, s' cntllM ].nrn... Torn, 1 1 a ..... Henry BleftfrUd. Cap May N. from being a cripple. X. external application reputation tons( In title txmn.r ,
; to
/ur rmpilrefl) represent and advertbte
mnap..tL bold brail n.w.dnieraylilNi y., that'w.nF-on. bottlee of B. 8. 8. Is equal to this liniment for stiff Cream Is !, ...... old eatabll.be -
.ay. Vermifuge; essentially > wealthy 10..1. bo" .uf solid. finan
>i & Ca.38IBIO.y.few! York oared her of Cancer of >. br..... bope-Poo- and swollen joints, contracted muscles: the child's tonic. It Improves the digestion elal.landlnlt'. Dalarir ale w..III)'. with ."peD.... Sash Weights, Cord and
ber
_Nnece om"",fc, nay:! et.Wa.hta.uin. ; I).U J.ton...and Irieud. thought ow stiff neck, sprains and rheumatic and and wlcollationofood, .treDjt'IJeo-; additional direct ) pajabl* In cab ash W.dne.da
from bead
.nine. li
"rn Oardner. loan* B.OnUered -. muscular pains. It bas also cured laIC the nervous system and restoring III..h..,. when ......._ry. Keferenemi. KneloneiiraMnwmd Hardware

F ,: .Y's 1or. ar with Boll. b hot- numerous cases of partial paralysis it them to the health, vl,;;or aoJ eluliclt .tamnml envelope. Monairor..S6
Kidney CJ"ecak.Q tee of 8. B. 95. put Me blood. Inroad L oonUtiou I*for sale by all druggists and medicine of spirits natural to Price Ca; .too lluJIdlofC.I:lilca o. aodeo Window and Fancy Glass
dl chtldboojl.
and the! Boils ppeare -
-
ltsaeYs a:d t..1!;:';;:. z d1 ;.;:";' Send for our free book and writ" dealers 23cts. B. K. Wilson : Son. Deed blanks sold ;&this-offic*.- A SPECIALTY.,

our physicians abe at ,!.(.... c
l1"u.. -r free .

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4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 27, 1901.

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JAMES. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BIICWN, v , -- "

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. OUR NEW PRESIDENT. C. 8. SCHUTLBU, Cashier preslll' ,


The wheels of government do not I INDIAN RIVER STATE

A W...tT JOOBlfAb DaVOTRD TO TB. DBVBLOFMCKT long remain inactive in this coun- The United States Gov- BANKCOUNTY

Or 1'0. INDIAN BIVBB, LAOwoaraaaDar'OAYNaBAYSxorrolrs.. try, as was evidenced by vice.President .
<< J
Kooeevelt'a quick inductioninto DEPOSITORY.

the office of President, when shows Authorized capital
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.CBARLBS ernment Report 'M $100,00o\
i our martyred McKinley lay dead. L" Paid up capital, _
The assassin could kill the head of I Average $250

H. WALTON, Editor & Pnbllnher our government, but he could not ROYAL Baking Powder to ----- "".'J..."' deposits- $ .0"11

kill the government itself.
Discontinuance of advt. must be made por- Transacts
The chief wno has been ele a General
new ,
tonally at this' office or by writing. Saakiag
vated to the highest place within be and y N

Obeok.eto.,may be made payable to CBABLBS the gift of the people, is in many stronger, 'purer Il Business,

H. WALTOH,publlBlior.. respects a wonderful man. President

Roosevelt is mentally vigorousand better than other.GEN. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rytl!
Address all comma ntoations to physically sound-a sound mindin any u '
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Exchange bought; and void l ..? .? ,
TITDSVILLB, FLORIDA a sound body-and will therefore r Countries snit/!,
direct the affairs of the nation with
l'..ronaga; appreciated. I'rouqeui",
out any signs of dyspepsia. His treatment,aDd every favorcr.uNtnaniwlW"*'

0. B. Department of Agriculture announcement that he will follow GORDON'S TRIBUTE TO STATE FAIR NOTES.A ervatlve Irallled 00fI,

Weather Jlurenu.Juplter.: Fin.! the line of policy pursued by the R > National COnRESI'OXlIY.STt8l Hank fi..I \!, .
n late president, is exceedingly grate PRESIDENT M'KINLEY number of premiums have been h a National Hank ot Jackauin i K'J., "
ifying to the South, and tbe peopleat offered by business men. If there are
The following a comparative state still wish offer TITU'SVILLE. Fr.: ... .
who
to premiums
ment of temperature and rainfall for the' large. The following in the eloquent tributeof any .
should the at -- -
they notify management
weak ending Tuesday, Kept. 24, 1001. Where few negroes were worked General John Gordon to the late -
-1001- -10UO- into office in the South Mr. McKinley President McKinley delivered at the once.
Baker county comes to the front witha
DATE. MAX. MIN MAX. MIN. memorial service In Atlanta Thursday: Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPMT
proceeded to undo the mischief snug appropriation, and right on the
18 HO 78 02 77 "My Fellow Countrymen: I cannot ,
Georgia line will citrus exhibit
j 'In) 80 73 88 77 as rapidly as possible. President doubt that a vast majority of this great come a
20 87P5 73 88 77 Roosevelt, being of chivalrous audience believe In God and In his that will come pretty near running away
with the citrus piemiums. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime
:21 7.1: 88 ( special of this free Cement
ftt southern blood on his mother's side guardianship te- We all want to hear from Jackson ,
22 82 737S 88 I ,
will to it that our section of publlo. that stacks her 1e
pee I county. Any county --
21): 811 : 00 ,7* "God moves In a mysterious way
24 8(5 77 87 70 country will suffer from no perse- his wonders to peiform. I I depot platform and ground all around .'

Total rainfall tor the week: .07 cution in this respect. In fact, he "TboHe Inspired and Immortal words horse the depot rakes,full wonders of ,mowing farm wagons machines and : Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick...

Departure from normal rainfall for the has already announced in positive were. penned long ago by England's buggies must have something to
week: 'minus 1.B2: Inches. Departurefrom heavenly minded poet. Their truth has slow Offices foot'of Street Jacksonville Florida. .
terms that his policy will be conciliatory at the State Fair.Robbins Hogan : Telepln.n-<,. pd,,
' normal rainfall since January ,,1, been exemplified in our day by Amer
plus 10.74 Inches.UA.L. and that sectional lines will ica's martyred piesident, McKinley, with J. K. MUNNERLTN, General Mana er.

.,P. HAUDW, Obllerver.:0 be obliterated everywhere. There the Icy grip of the king of tenors already & Graham Co.Incorpor.tel. ___. ___ _ _ ___ _u__ ._ _____ ._ __
-- ., can'be no doubt that Mr. Roosevelt upon him. looked calmly) and Uu
will be president of all the people bravely into his grim visage and declared
THE Florida Agricultural Collegeat : 'It is God's way. Ills will, not &
Lake City opens next Monday. and that Georgia will receive' the ours, be done,' and then, as he caught ( ) Murray Baker

Students may enter at any time. same consideration as that accorded a glimpse of the glorious beyond, he PAID UP CAPITAL HW.OOO.OO.: ,

Have written for ? to Maine. or New York. 'Hereto breathed out the prayer, Nearer, lly This *
yon A catalogue fore the North's estimate of the God, to Thee Great, thereforo, as was company owns 440 West nay Street. Jacksonville Florida
tlilu eminent American in life, he was
I ZIAN ID S
cup races and tbe South has been very misleading.We far greater In the hour of his death. Headquarters for-

the were regarded as fierce partisans "It was my privilege to know William in the Indian River_ Country; On the.St.
\ Schley court of inquiry, public who would the McKinley well for a quarter of a cen-
gladly disrupt
'f will be highly entertained the next union, if opportunity offered and tury. I knew him as member, of Congress Lncle River; at New River and on Bay Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

two weeks. What the final resultin as Governor of a great State, andfinally Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. ,
either event will be, can* not now were entirely hpstile to a republican as the President of this great republic. and Sundries."KELLY" .
Send for Land List.
administration. But recent devel Through all these eventful years
, be delllnitely determined. opments have utterly disprovedthese my personal relations to him were most Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheelat
cor lal. In official conferences and In I, .
' theories for when President short notice.
11 ,
ticen I the freedom and abandon of Intercourse
'i TUB 1'an-Am Exposition McKinley visited the South he was I private OEO. M. BOBBINS F, A. MORGAN,
I learned to admire and to .
received awhile following Provident. .Actuary. - --- --------
a set back for -- -- u.-:
enthusiastically received, and when love him; and now that the beatings of

I the assassination of the assassinated, the grief of the Southwas his great heart are stilled forever, I Erevan! Abstract of Title Co WATCHES

President ; but now the biff show ia deep and sincere. Of course, wish to tell you, my southern country. CLOCKS
men, that no words of bitterness escaped ,
: off if had :WILL FUR.'i18HAbstracts
moving again as nothing
democratic but that does
.' we are his lips and no sectional bigotry narrowed .
happened. Hut that does not mean not mean we'are hostile to a republican his vision or dwarfed his soul. of TitleFOR Jewelry Diamonds

r., that McKinlny, has been forgotten. administration in the sense As In death his faith in God placed LANDS IN_ IIVh m'' "?.. r t ,
him bear his Divine Master's side, so Cw
that its chief executive
: is regardedby In life his faith in his fellow counliy- Brevard County. :+r ice'o' Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Present),.
ti A CHEMICAL analysis shows that us as an JNo one, knows '
enemy men lifted him far above the passions of Waltham Watches, etc.
F there was no poison on the bullets this better than the new president, the partisan to the high plane of universal : Office under Law Office of i I 1

h', that killed President McKinley and we predict an era of peace and American bl'otboa'houd. OEO.: M. ROBBINS,
"Is It wonder then that such I ". HIEWATCH and 'JEWELRY REPAIRING
* The gangreneous matter was evi prosperity during# his incumbency.Mr. any a TITUSVILI.K, FLA.
man should be honored and loved as
dently the result of the heated lead. Roosevelt is fearless, but,not few men have ever been!? In it any a A SPECIALTY.

. en bullets ; for firing at such close rash, and if he has been successfulin wonder that this city should pay' him, East Coast Meat Market Watch. Inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'1.

range the bullet must have been every position of trust, hereto- when living, the tribute of her respect, 'Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. It. J. RILES,

heated to less extent should he be and wben dead, the tribute of her tears!? G. F. 22S W. St. JACKSONVILLE .
L t a more or ; fore; why not equally DUREN, Agent. Bay PuBest
he uttered
It was here that those memorable
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successful the high olllce to whichhe words which thrilled through; a::: -

1i i Tim summer has about ended, has been so suddenly and tragically southern hearts .and- homes as theheavenly -- !!i ... ct:: I

and winter will soon shake his 1 called? message 'Peace on earth andgood H- rte.,

frosty locks over the land. In In confidenee'we await the future the .fudean will toward hills. men'And,rang through; p:: r CXI
my countrymen
} Florida, however, we ,are exempt which has no clouds on its horizon, It was no thoughtless; Impulse that -

A from the severe winters that are and give three cheers for the new evoked this utterance. It was the sober _s:>> y r7r ra.: .

visited! upon other sections of the President and the.new South. expression of matured convictions. -.
Those words were not the plea. of apolitical
country, and now that we have adventurer, seeking' to capture Rskd
t7C
i learned how to protect the orange Eden. votes by the demagogue's devices. lie -- en

trees from cold spurts, we have was the Idol of a victorious political aocn -
little (o fear. -' party, and the chosen executive of the C p'f' '+'w.waY v toP
Miss Laughlln, of Georgians; Is visit* proudest and freest government on
Ing her friend, Miss Kate Filnk. earth. Is it any wonder that Confederates TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.AJ.L \ ,ta 6Promol

IT it said that President Roose. Capt. and Mrs. Richards and Airs. ,J. honor thin. knightly soldier, who,
velt has a kindly feeling for Sena- at the very zenith of political power, Fllle '
11. LeTourneou came home on Monday. '
paid the loftiest possible tribute to form
tor Quay. We are glad to know Mrs. W. F. Wolfe and family; also er foes by invoking the power of the $ (
?
cI this, for Senator Quay is popularin Miss Una Miller returned on Saturday government to honor ana protect the vim y

Florida, and we would like to from their visit to Hague and Gainesville. graves of our Immortal dead!? Is It any --
R see the able Pennsylvanian well Miss Una Miller speaks' very highly of wonder that as citizens of the reunited --
the kindness shown her by the good peapie republic we applaud him as the exemplar
' treated by the administration. We of Ilague, during her visit among of personal and social Integrity, Material.
'rN feel as if the. Senator belonged to them. stainless In all relations, noble, generous lowest Prices.
and true' Peace to his honored ashes!"
us, and In honoring him, Florida Is Mrs. W. F. Richards, gave the young $

honored. folks a card party on Monday night -
Miss Jessie Miller and Mills Anna May New Company: for Jest sonvilis.' QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.

Sr.'Locis is planning to have the Wulpple secured the first prizes, and
Thomson on toe .
biggest fair the world has ever Home Harry very nice refreshments carried were serve, Letters patent were granted at Tallahassee

seen. The aggregate cost will be then muslo and dancing followed. The on Monday, for the Incorporation :Bond Lumber: Co. Titusville.
about thirty million dollars. Only children are Indebted to Mr. and Mrs. of the Jacksonville Brick Company, witha :,
the United States is rich enough Richards for a very pleasant evening. capital of $23,000, to buy, sell and
manufacture and ornamental
common A Trial Order Will
to afford a succession of national The young'people of Eden have been brick, composite stones tiles and all kinds THAT IS LEFT. . Convince.

exhibits like those wuioh have been dissipating this week at a great rate; of building material buy, sell and lease for the widow and orphans In S. fl. VANLANDINQIIAM, Manager., Titusvllle, Fla.
given in this for the parties and dances succeed each other I land;build, lease and sell fn.otorleslea; e, many cases Is a
country past in
quick order. On Tuesday -
evening charter and steamboats -
operate barges Policy of Insurance.on
twenty years.: The St. Louis Fair Miss Frink gave a party at home of Mrs. and railroads, and deal In general mer .
will be twice the size of either the John Miller. Miss Maude Laughlln and chandise. The Incorporators are Walter I I the life of the husband and father.

I Columbian or 'Parts Expositions.What Miss Florence Robinson treated tbe J. Kirkby, Fred. W. Ilaward and WillIam And that Is a valuable asset.
company to some beautiful piano music. Moore Angus.IT. It will provide for all necessities, or at I '
", will we do next? The cake walk prize, a lovely chocolate least keep the woof from the door, accord-
cake Miss Frlnk's donation, was won to the amount.
How anyone can be deluded with by Mr. llarvy: Thompson Miss Una C. Watkins, sexton of the Method The earlier a man begins paying pre 1 J
Miller. 1st church miums the smaller the payments. I'a
Springfield, Pa., says: "My
the idea that mental ___
simple treat- ------ wife has been very bad with kidney Why not look Ipto the matter NOW. r
ment nan be elective In severe and MARRIED AT LAGRANGE.At trouble and tried several doctors without We will be pleased to. 1ve- any Informa- i t .. t, .C t'.e1

chronic diseases ia more than we benefit. After taking one bottle of Fo- tion desired.

can comprehend. Any trouble 7:30 o'clock In the evening, Sept. ley's Kidney Cure, was much better, and O. JS. SoJo-ixylox: ,

purely mental, and therefore not 210: the church at LaGrange, Mr. bottles.was completely" B. U.cured Wilson after A Son.taking.four TITUSVILLE, . FLORIDA. .
of be thrown olf Henry Carllleand Miss Ernestine Frenaley Correspondence Invited.
real, can, course, I
were united In marriage by Dr.
---------
when the hallucinations have
been Clmmloln. The ceremony, which bad
dispelled. Hut to argue that tub- boon publicly announced, was witnessed rp.0 .
urculosie, cancer or any other or. by almost the entire community and ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING.GUARANTEED : "'- -: )
some from Minis and Titusvllle. Mrs < ; :
ganlo disease can be cured by so- Johnson as usual hud beautifully >- --.. .., "' :: : .

" called mental science, la preposter decorated the house, but In a style i ... --- -- -- --- --7- ... .. "'.--.w.
ous. People have to be humbuggedit different from anything seen there be .- ----" '-t- -
FOR '10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS. -- -:' '- .
seems.PRESIDENT. fore. The bride and groom weN very ----...... r-_
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much themselves -- -
composed as they plighted -
beneath the horseHhoe; the bride WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS. Now
Roosevelt has announced carrying In her hand a beautiful cluster Motlvo;: Power.: .

his purpose to pursue the policy of rotten, and was clad In tastefully arranged -
These
of Mr. McKinley, and therefore the white.Ve extend congratulations Logs are to be cut Into LUMBER for

financial world will receive no shock to the young couple. The Carder-Campbell Company GEF:: :GE F. :P.A.J: ] ISOlJeEAU

from the sudden change of rulers. ,
Air. Jmu. Williamson In New York, OALLIE, FLORIDA.
Mr. Roosevelt is a man of rare Intelligence _

and will certainly do The following Is taken from the Now Shack No. I, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. - -- " - ------ .----- ,.- .

nothing to check the tide of prosperity YorkFruitman'sGuide: 'Jim' William, H. A.
the country is now enjoying.The son Is bock from }'Iorldland Is making -.Southern Selling Agents forWARREN'S HODGES....
his headquarters with Allen A Allen, at
villanous anarchists, however, (U Harrison street. He volunteered no ANCHOR BRAND, anti WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL Yellow: ot
may be even now plotting to take information'on the pineapple deal, probably ",.CJIU'cSS and Pine Lumber... !

the life of the new president, but feeling that he had covered the UOOFIXO Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Paint ROUGII AND DRESSED. ,*
the nation's will ground pretty thoroughly in the spicy ' Orange nol: : Heads. Fruit and Vegetable Crat
anxiety hardly retard
boy
one
circular he issued at the time of his re- Works Structural and Technical Paints. contemplating shedding' their P pineapples oranges or building la&L7
business part of Florida
any respect Progress the of the would do well to located
signing management new as- at Buaal write for prien. The saw mills are
is DEI O DE'S -LYTHITE" COLD WATER TAINT. Bluff, near Palatka
our watchword. sociation. part of the East Coast ; on. the J.. T. K. W. Ry- Lumber delivered to any
Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, r.







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-i Jensen. GEORGE MARX. JOHN :MARX. 0-<::> TC> -

r. H. ARMSTRONG


A crop of mosquitoes and the equi- 1VI ]Et; JE3:8: : L': ., G. T. BUNTING'S ,

Doxlal spell of rainy weather Is upon us Wholesale Dealers In Charlotte Street North of Plaza, -----T. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
sow. The combination Is not good forman

and.beast, but the pineapple fields GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.., -FOK YOUIl
are growing wonderfully well under the '

treatment. Furniture Mattresses Pillows :

caw Look In what direction[ you "'ltyaDd Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
you see new buildings, not confined to .

the village itself, but all along the line; ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY .

I, Home new residences, while some of the PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, ;,
old ones are being[ enlarged, as the I"

EYE SPECIALIST. Texas it man said[ "by putting a conditionto We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; Br: .cots, Window:: Shade?, \, '

running a physician through so We also full line of Hay' Grain and Feed. We want
guaranteed genuine. carry a ,
street Jacksonville Fla. he could contain his friends In CABINET WARE.N. .
w Bay a more and AND FANCY ,
hostile manner." your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial you will be pleased. 1

Mr. Clawson, of Columbia Tenn., is MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville. Fla. Undertaking Department entirely separate. flij' I E:
in It.r We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. ,(l
West Palm Beach. sojourning our burg and marvels at
.______._ _____ .. .. I'
the -- --- -
delightful weather as compared with -. .... m --- --- ------ -. I

F. Herkert and family are pleasant- and the other scorching central heat states In Tennessee through which and I I I Georgiana. South Rockledge.The :Notice of _aimterN! Sale., i j f

located in their new home on Nar- he passed en route to Florida. It takesa '
kus street.he con resident but a short time to realize UNDZC1ANI) I\Y VIRTUE; : ()r A HKCMEM .J r
. issued of thvCMnmlt
and .ale out
the blessings we enjoy but do not Uncle and Auntie Hughes and niece ADVOCATE, always newsy, was '
last few days have brought many appreciate GOODE & nouDK.-R al Estate: and Loin I Court hand tor Hrfv.fl I Comity,
townspeople home again. Mr. -because we get acoustomed to Apentfor .Aetna. London and Liverpool and Ml ,s Winnie Dixon were visiting at Dr.Wittfeld'a more than usually Interesting last week. Florida. IwariiiK ilatw. the rand day of Auuu.t.imil ,! 'r
jour Geo. Potter Mr. and Mrs. them. Ulnlie l'rovlcloll'e-Wublnltoll.! and dun FireInftiirunre. and 111 r. Baldwin's, one day fronts to make ready for In Cause .heroin|pending whuniln, Edgar: ,. '
Mrs.
I Special attrition paid to the Cleaning up it. Walfcor, truft..I. ouniiilaliiant, and the McFurlnnil I
one Dimick and others have returned The Jensen band gave Mr. and Mrs. J, interest of non.residents. last week. the winter residents Is the order of the : Fruit rroMwllmi Company: a cur.r.ts- 1 f
Linn. of ate Slate of Klurlila la duroudtmt. 1 will 1
Improved from their outing. Young a delightful serenade on the night[ : --.----- Mr. and Mrs. Wagner: and little daughter / day sell at the factory of MfFarlaiKt rnlt' I'ru- f

I. 8. Butsford & Co., successors to D. of their arrival from Melbourne, at the HOTEL C A RLKTON-Open the year round. TutIlKhtfnl }t'lorenceIE-U, Thursday of last week J. E. Bottler III further Improving Mr. tortlim Company, at Tltnsvillw, ant at the grove ,
,,
Al Fresco hotel. To those who had not 1 spot to inenil w inter or summer Ixt- for their future home in Miami. Thebeet known aa the llanMon grove rear :Mlmk .tull ".
TliotniMon, are making rapid strides heard Gated on liitfh Mare overlooking;' the IndianKiver. Day's property by the erection of a front III said County of. llrovurd, ou the '
]popularity In tbolrdry goods buslnoss. tbls band before it was hard to Term moderate.noBEHTnoK. wishes of their friends follow them. fence-it will be tramp proof. I'IUS'f MONDAY: 1-V OCTbHER, I
add to their stock all the latest convince that it was less than a year old, Jl'RANK ,Proprietor I
.y will and that the Ilervey Bower returned to Palm We all regret the death of our neighbor bring tho 7th itay of tlctt,".r, IflOl iliirlnlr, the
of the membershad
lea, necessary to-.the feminine heart, majority Beach on Thursday of last week lie I"K"I timers of solo, t 0 the htirlKwt and. l>e.t I'lil- I
never, before their orgnnlxatlon.: at- H. J. !Smith and extend our sincere rash,all the iiwirtaiteil n cuiloii- '
1 Intend to keep an up to date line of rr Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK, to attend the
tempted to blow a born. Refreshments the pink of the East will be came up wedding of his sympathy to the bereaved family. oil In >u>lil decree of. for,oli, .,,iir to-wit:
jilt). !Success to them. paper Coast sister and spend a pleasant week visiting, [ All the IcimUaml Intpruveuwntetkere.mahicn. !
were served and after a couple vt hoursof received[ at the Melbourne PoeluiBco. home folks and his friends.[ We are glad to BOO Mr. Files fixing[ up thvHalil McKarlaml Frill. Protection O RIO>'own
M. Bacon, of Philadelphia, nrcil delightful many .. .. .
00. entertainment, good night our roads for they are In a deplorable wllliln thnnext two ye u. from ) ntiarHth.
l, Thursday evening to take up his was said, together with congratulations F. W. Lyman of TCenosho Wls.[ ar. middles all hollowed out and imil' amt all the following personal property o*.
Capt. A. W. Bole was a guest of the condition ; tlm Dalit ilureiiiliuit. tha Mi-FiirUml Fruit 1'rev.lection
abode in his home Pell-
inanent: new and beat wishes to the bride and rived at his[ winter home here lost
groom.. McBride house, lout Thursday. the grass ten feet high ou the sides. CWtipany.kists. and being at ntTltnuvtHo. .
the south shore of Lake
i Lodge, on From the of Thursday. He is unusually well and Hivvnril (I'ountv, State nf Florida, to wit: Alt j
irth. Doth Mr. Bacon'and Mr. Pettitt town Melbourne Judge _\. D. Penney, of TUusvlllo, WAS strong for A man of his age lie has We understand that every cottage has the iionional. propony.. of perry k hub anil door.l-
There
of abilltleH and would be came a bride one day > the the winter and there Is thin owiiKit liy the unlit ili'fcmliint Mrraitui.ilFmlt .
men rare Whose maiden Johnson guest: of the McBride house, last" been spending the winters hero for nearly been rented for rrotvotliiii, rompnny, un January tlm Hth,
Hidored an acquisition to comnity. name won demand for The Hoot cottage ,
any But that has ( Monday twenty-Years. a more Itmi "' mtlil (: utlr mnti-
They we warmly welcomed to passed away. l tented to Dr. Uecht, of Went Hoboken iitnrtnrliiK pant and IIII'/"IIY'I/ 'loiwtiMl "1. ,
r midst Jacob Young, who resides Jensen, lr I.. A. Peek, of Maypoit spent a School bi>glns next Monday with MIsH( I N. J., as Airs. Hoot Is not able to cometo i tnnvllln/: /In: sail I County: Hint: Stntn: and::i nu |' tHntaowiieilbv '
few da'lIln town the week : Ills said BtrFarliiml Fruits Friotlon t1
Thought the past visiting! Hattie Thayer as teacher She has had
name her '.
was 1
wroutf, Florida[ this winter much to regrot. -
the Hill, lutil< and Mlpatenta ,
[allY of the stores In the new Jeffer- friends several < '' January I
So with winning smile lie abked a change years expedience touching In high grnntod
l by tint Tnlted' States anncrnmmt l
block are finished and occupied. And [It Is schools, academics etc. and :: : from the at!>.
now another song. The Literary society will meet nt the conies highly !: within I two yonr January
"y pre fitted and furnished In the rnoolDrneu ed. She Is tail to the Haul. MoKarlniid Fruit. 1'rotoi'tlouroim.any. l
Mrs. Young: so Jake explained[ home of Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Sneilcker an earnest A LITTLE KNOWN FACT-That the
and metropolitan In and all stock(tooil will,franclilmnml
at style are 'Deelhave '
op
faithful
Hatchett's hardware and Is more brief, and quickly[ spoken, Friday evening at 7:30.: christian girl and parents majority of serious diseases oei[ lnate In charter of laid Coninanv, and. all tin: Ptoofc, anilinornhandmii :
ranee. store Besides he thinks it must have been no fears that she will teach their disorder of the kidneys. Foley's Kidney ow ad liv t lie aalil Compnny, ra,1 an- l
H.inley & Co, are the first two to open Miss Helen Miller returned home tluit liu ounmlMiil aooulrcil -
children anything that Is not for their nary the Mil. 1U01 or may I
Or clue his[ lie to ,
heart would be Cure Is guaranteed. sure get
feir doom. Mr. !Strohm, the popularbeer now broken. Saturday, from a pleasant summer spent good. by the auld. l ('(lIII"ROY alin'o Jannary. 'h.. '
U. It. WilHtm A}; Son. and all I tho i-iiulty and rlR his li. all'
has the corner store which [Is ber So Mrs. Young we now behold with lends I in the Northern States. The season Poley'a. St contracts h 11"1.' for the pmux-tlon of C'lmm;fruit I lninnil _
Is
fitted up with every convenience. Of the name of Johnson quite bereft, scuppernong grape over. I Irultowniiil by thumild t'ou,, ..t.imvary .j
Bid mahogany counters add to the While Jacob Young serenely smiles Mrs. Oeo. F. Paddlson and two daughters There must have been un unusually large the Illh, llxll.or' which nald i'unpmty| 8lU'l M

fuity of finish, and it Is only a mattera And says:"Sometimes,I don't get left and Mae Hairy Willhite of Eau. crop this year, as many bushels have Indianola.Walter make and own dace January tlm Sri ltnl.WAI \ .
few days when Mr. Strohm's smll- Gallic, were in town Saturday calling on gone to waste on the vines because no >K;: il. JOMCH, d
market could be found outs SpecieiMe.terinChsnrory.| N
friends. for them. Such
;face" will be seen In the "corner grot Strikes a Rich Find. a thing has never occurred before in Sweeney Is home again after a

y. Miss[ Katie Martin'returned, last Saturday : twenty years, and it js not supposed there cruise on the schooner Merchant, bringing Wedding, Stationery
i
:ev. s. D. Paine returned, on the 10th, "I was troubled for several years with evening, from a pleasant visit[ [ to the 1 were many grapes: raised[ for with him a good crop of whiskers ""
m his six weeks' visit In the northern chronic indigestion and nervous' debilIty Paa-Amel'loao, and also a visit among much longer than that. mlU'ket'l The ADVOCATE having received' ft nice
lea. Rev. Paine[ as past chaplain In ," writes.K. J. Green of Lances tel', N. friends in some of the other states. ago Miss Alice Sanders leaves this week to lot of tho latest typo and stationery, 1a l
Ohio Commandery and S. M. Me- H., "No remedy helped me until I began I' The question has boer discussed here, i enter the normal school at PeFunlak now prepared to execute on short notice!
> Mr.\ and Mrs. Frank Robertson '
lough marched [In the funeral using Electric Hitters which did me more are "lIl w many good things to eat can be Springs, her sister Miss Beatrice followsin Wedding<< Invitation, Announcements
home after
proces- three
M of our martyred President[ In Waah- /good: than all the medicines[ ever used. months again In spending pleasant' made out of a barrel of Plllsbury's best' a few days. I and Ladles' visiting curds. Give us your
Chicago.: They are now busy "
President They have also kept my wife In excellent Horn Mrs. Baldwin[ kindly[ furnishes Miss[ Jessie 8an.lerlllll's decided to go:
ton. McKinley was a mom- putting Hotel Carleton in good order
of the same Commandry. At Jaok- health for years. She nays Electric[ Bitters ready to open about the lath; of October. the following: 103 loaves of bread away to school( this winter[ and Is spending I or'II-A; : .
ivlllo, a few days later, at a specialvice are just splendid for female troubles; Already guests aio wilting for accommodations. 231: biscuit[ liNt rolls/ BOO noodles /018: tho week iu Cocoa making[ tale new I, 1-\.1'. ..'()It SALI. .:.
In the Metropolitan M. E. church, that they are a grand tonlo and invigorator pancakes, 01 /gravies, 1& plus 7 cakes oell ury piepuratlous. --.: f,
for weak, run down No 71 cup-aakee, 141 cookies -ID.. steameddumpling.
memory of our late President, Rev. women. As Executor of the Estate of William
me mado the concluding[ prayer. On other medicine can take Its place In our Miss Jennie[ Miller spent a part of Sun- with meat or chicken, 2 min- Appropriate memorial[ services for our I Treutler[ deceaaml, I ofler at private sale[ t
inlay evening, the 22nd, Rev Mr. family.. Try them.. Only OOcts. Satisfaction [ day at home with her folks but left on ute puddings, 2:! omlets, Hour necessary late evident were held [In the church, the following described' Heal Estate, be-

me, In his own church In West Palm guaranteed by Wilson & ;:;on. the n" train for Tltusvllle, where she to make 20 Johnny cakes. Who can beat Sunday: morning though( the Inclement lunging 1 to said KntuteiMo. I "

:ich, gave a memorial service and a will ten...a In the bllt) school. !She Is [It and give a larger one\? weather prevented ninny from attending.The 1. The grove known an the Scare '
President[ which one of Melbourne brightest gems and program!: consisted of the opening south side of Kmi Uullle
ogy on McKinley, orange!: trove on
t-t listened to by an audience that not White City. will be missed[ y old and young but we "I had a running sore on my leg for hymn, "My Shepherd is the Lord" by creek, In Section :21[, Township[ :27 South

Iy tilled the church, but the enclosed all wish her s.. OilS in her new field of seven years," writes Mrs Jas. Forest of the congregation. Invocation by the KuiiKe a7 East, containing about H ucres. ,

ice outside[ the building was packed by Club labor. Chippewa Falls, Wls., "and spent hun- pastor, J. Gordon Black "Go bury thyHorrow" 'l'blIls'a[ tine grove, a number of homing .
meeting Saturday: night.Dr. by composed of tho
qulnte'tte
dreds of ,
entlveand appreciative listeners. dollars In trying to get: it healed. trees.
It Girdles tile Glol.c. Two boxes of Banner Salve entirely cured Missus Alice and Bean'Ice Sanders, Miss No. 2. AH of H| of NEt, ,Section 2f.
Dutton Is expected home by Sun
the Betbli Umber J.O.
unday morning, 22nd at A. S. Humphrysand JJlaok.
day. The fame of Bucklen's Arnica Salve It. Beware of substitutes. 1). H. Wilson Township[ : Mouth, Range a7 East, covered -
Rev. L. [ of "Beyond
by-the-Sia, F.Ilindrygavssmonial Responsive rending Scripture: ,
roundt.be & : In said Eon lalllo
with water lying
the best In the world extends "
"
as Son.r
service In honor of President the Smiling and the Weeping by
Some of our truckers have ripe tomatoes ,
River and Eau Ct.illle: \ Hay containing[
earth. It a the one perfect healer of ,
:Kinley. The beautiful little church now. qulnteltoe.[ Prayer, H. J. Field.[ Ser. I
a effectively draped, and a large Amern cuts, corns burns bruises, sores, scalds, Lotus.The mon, .J. 0. liluok. "Some:! Sweet Day" about 30 acres, more or loss.
fUg/ which had done service in the Quite a number of peppers are being[ bolls, ulcers, felons, aches pains and all by quintette. Remarks W. It. Sunder No. 3. Commencing at a post 103): fret ;;

ill War, and served to commemorate planted tills[ season. skin[ eruptions. Only Infallible pllecuro. *. "Nearer My God to Thee," by the South' of Northeast corner post of SV: }

13 death of both Lincoln[ and Garfield Mr. Oral has some very nice pumpkinsand 25ctsa box at D. It. Wilson Avon's.! weather Is warm, and showers are congregation with Mills Alice Sanders at of Section II: Township 27 South, Range,

d I now our beloved McKinley, was also some watermelons.Mr. almost dally. the organ. Benediction by the pastor. 87 East. From thence run West 270 feet
icefully' draped over the brass lecturn, 1 thence South lJ7: feet, thence East' I7C

.1 1 by a large bow 6f black crape and Austin returned from Jensen, last Fort Pierce. S. At Osteen and wife returned from a NO RELIEF FOR 20 YEARS. "I had feet, thence South 5 feet, thence East 100
Monday, where he had several summer's visit[ 1'alatka feet thence north 14'2. feet to beginning .
ported on either side[ by palms. Mrs. spent 'days near last week. bronchitis for twenty years," said 1 Mrs.' ,

miry presided at the organ, and gave on buslneHS. Quite a number of faces In C. I>. Provost was down Sunday from Minerva Smith of Danville III., "and known AS the \VIUun' cottage! lot.

a Voluntary, "0 Rest In the Lord.1 Mr. Lamont has been making 'a fine town, lately.Mr. strange our Georgians, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. M. never got relief until I used' Foley's Honey No. 4. That portion of 8W>{, Section
ecial prayers were read, by Rector ditch along the front of his place on Field and Tar which Is a sureoure fur throat 21, Township :H7 Booth, Range U7 F.a.t.
ndry and a very able, eloquent sermon Oleander avenue.Equestrianism. Oautler was In town visiting[ our and lung diseases" : oommencluo; at n point 370 feet,West from ,
the life and character of President merchants, Tuesday. Dr. Capron will plant a large crop of Northeast corner post on J.f Section Ham
Inley.[ During the offertory Mrs. Is not confined to our Irish potatoes as soon as he arrives from 1 as aforesaid and ndry gave, on the organ,) The Star men alone, but is being enjoyed by some Frank Houston Is having a nice house New York. Hardeeville. Section line for a suiting tbenco '

angled Banner, transposed In a minory of our ladles also. built In Edgar Town.J. Farmers are cleaning land for fall run South 42 feet, thence last 100) feet

as published In the New York Mr. McMillan- Jensen, came over Moreton Murray was Iu town, Wednesday planting .and consequently up mosquitoesare thence Mouth 420 feet, thence West to

'raid. It was a, very Impressive sere here, last Monday, to attend to some visiting our merchants. not bad. Albert Wilson has just completed his Section line, thence North S28: ft, thence

and feelingly appreciated by the work on his orange grove. new barn. East 717 feet, more or less, ton point 10O I
Miss Martha Orlflls left for Tltusvllle
t leners.Mr. C. D. Livingston. and Frank Dyers arrived feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
A''few select friends enjoyed a delightful : Tuesday, on a visit[ to her sister here, !Sunday: from Miami, and will R. U. Simmons' mother Is spending a Harno, thence Month IRQ feet, thence :

O.' A. Stlllman a merchant of coffee at the home of Mrs Christensen [ Geo. W. Sooble returned from Titus- spend some time. few days here.. East 750( feet to West side of lo'. E. C.

!mpioo III, writes Kidneyre last Saturday, In honor of her th tb vllle, Monday', to attend to his[ business. Corporal E. Williams and wife from F. II. Black Is planting potatoes on his Railway right!: of.way, thence North on II),,

Is meeting with wonderful success. year. here. Omaha, Nebraska, came down last Thurs recently purchased place.A. West side of F.. E. O. Railway right-of-

has cured some cases here that phi In last week's Issue the nice Improv- Paul Ellis left for Georgia, last Mon- day, and will spend the winter here.J. P. Anthony his way home from way 1 00 feet, thence East to point of beginning \I

Inns pronounced incurable. ',myself, ments In and>around the home of Mr. day. His many friends[ were sorry to see n. Georgia; stopped oil here to look after excepting railroad right-of-way
i able to testify to Its merits. My face Ord was a mistake, it should have read him leave. Tanner and wife; also C. Wilkinson his through said land. Containing/ about :II% I
lay Is a living picture of health, and Mr. Oral. and father, are here for the winter, orange grove.Mr. acres Including the County road. 'Thus

ley's Kidney Cure has made it such." Frank Tyler and family returned from and will occupy the Ennls cottage Prescott, of Eau flallle\ Is expected tract has a young grove of AOO or COO I'' i.
U. Wilson: & Son. We arefaavlngsotne delightful weatherof their summer's visit[ in Connecticut, here this week, to locate, with his trees on It, and an artesian well, etc .

-- late, and farmers beginning to Tuesday night[ Thelrmany friends were Cha*. Replogle, of Atwater,0., was un- wife and three chi dren. No. ft. Begin[ at Southeast corner of i
turn their land in for
over preparation glad to them baok.Punctoallt.ls able
Stuart. early crops. to work on account of kidney Two little eight year old boys recently lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. Harrison
a great thing. We certainly trouble. After IIsnFoley's[ / Kidney showed great bravery In killing a large thence run Mouth across Elbowcreek t
Mr.. Wolf, of Jensen has ordered a need It In our Hunday School and Cure four days he was cured. B. R. rattlesnake.. Mrs. Simmons: hearing the to North boundary of land Ueloug 'I j

i>eo. Fultz has gone into the pineapple carload of posts for shedding pines[ and churches here. In the former the child Wilson & Son. rattle, went out and found a large snake log to Wm. Treutler, thence East along I

.sines on the north fork. Mr. Scholtz Is negotiating for some from ren get tired before the school Is over, as just under the house, coiled and looking .Vi Section line which t* the North bound ,

Jack our sawmill. It makes too long for them. Let us steadily at a kitten a little distance fromIt ary of Wm.Treutler'.land to North bankof
Davis brought fine load of Canaveral.Quantities
a
sters, Monday, from the up Indian Kiver. Your correspondent was the happy recipient start punctually. which was making no attempt to get: Klbow\: creek, thence West along bank
'
[ of a fine jar of delicious Palmetto Thursday' afternoon a memorial service away. Mrs. Simmons called to her little of said[, creek to point of beginning; :, being

Fred Pran< cisterns.[ Now Is your chance to have enterprising citizen[ Mr. Fransen. do honor to the memory of President In this vicinity playing on the beach; who with a rake 87 East. Tbls land Is covered with tho

o built. 1 McKinley, by the Presiding Elder[ Kev succeeded In pulling/ the snake out, but waters of the creek. .
Some people will get tired of paying Miss[ Rose Penny bus returned homo No. 0. Part of subdivision[ of Lot 21
Writing home from Seabreeze Walter : C. A. Fulwood, assisted by the Kev. W. getting away from them, It again crawl. ,
itching says that Seabreeze Is the, cool- fancy prl'eslor unsatisfactory[ work, and T. Lane A large: congregation filled the after a very pleasant visit at Vero. ed under the house when again they )[ouston'. addition to Eau Oallle, cornerof

place In the State. Mr. Findley has decided to do most of church to pay their last sad tribute of Mr. Itobt. Burns Is quite busy plough- pulled It out with the rake; then while Houston street and street through the t

his own work and brought home a horse, respect to the memory of our honored big for Mr Carrington, of Artesla. / one used the rake, and the other a hoe, Roesch addition, fronting 10} feet on I I
(Uias Woodward's house Is all under and plow.A Houston street. '
wagon and martyred President. Dr. Fulwood with repeated blows, they succeeded In
ir<>r, and the finishing touches, such asIlIng delivered an eloquent discourse aud eulogized Colds amor /g the children and adults killing It. It ensured nearly 'five feet No. 7. Commence about chains 3:! I
will\ begin at once. few days ago three of our downtown the amiable and noble traits of have become the prevailing thing[ just in length, was about the size of a man'iarm links West from Northeast corner of
ladles drove to Ft. Pierce, In forgetfulness character of President : and had eleven rattles. The (Section 20, on Section line between Sections 1
Dr. McKinley. neighborhood -
Haney has Every
returned his
from [
snm- of the season and their now.Quite
:
rainy on return -
business house number of feels of Its bravo 17 and 20. run West 0 chains l.i links,
'r's vacation In Grand Rapids Mich., overtaken heavy shower of was closed all the afternoon a large sharks were very proud I
was by a
1 as a mark of caught near Canaveral beach little boys. tbence South 10 chains 54 !links, thenco
< is much Improved In health. [ and We know, what respect.Dr. by a numher -
rain mosquitoes. I ___ __h .__ of our young( men who are fond at! South((10: d'Kreell30llecolldR, East 3 chain. '
u E. liea and wife sailed over to their the rain did for the starch and feathers such sport. to Eau Gallic Kiver thence follow the !
rotation on the north side of the river but will not say what the "skeeters" did 1 Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde[ Is a cure, CONSUMI"TION'TIIREATENED. C, shore of Eau Oallle River In an' Easterly
adayand' [ for the bweut tempers of the unfortunate not a mere relief from Indigestion.[ It By the welcomed rain of the past week linger, 212: Maple St., Champaign, Ill., direction to South '
report everything as doing a polutdue from place
digests the food and makes the stomach writes : "! was troubled with a hacking
,I."recl I. ladies. : a large orange crop was saved In this of beginning thence north to of \
right. B. R, Wilson & Son. favored section and the trees are cough/ for a year and I thought I had con point c.1 I
putting
[ 0
" beginning, containing acres more oar i
Blair, Washington, D. C. Is ex- forth a growth. sumption. I tried great many remedies
strong
WHOM THE OCALA EVKNIXQ STAIr loss, and known as the Kltchell place. .I
ted here and under
this week, to take his broth- Summer Excursion Bates. was the care of physicians[ for
George Blair,to his old home 'In Jack- Of April l.t. 1001. Mr. and Mrs. Jobansen expect: to leave several months. I used one bottle of No. 8. NEJ of Section 28, TowB nf|>
n. Mich. To Boston, Providence, New York Bal- for Titusville In a few days, which place Foley's Honey and Tar It cured me, 27 South Range 37 East, containing" 1U(:>
timore, Washington, Old Point Comfort, will' be their future home. We are very and I have not been troubled since." B. acres, less railroad right-of-way.'

It Dazzlesthe World. !orthe"We finest are Indebted cabbage lo and Mr.lettuce George we: Close have Ocean View offered, Virginia Reach and Portsmouth sorry to lose such pleasant neighbors. It. Wilson it Non.I'roclamathns. I No. 0. NWJ of Section 28, Townahfr* w

as by the Seaboard Air Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clifford who --------- 27 Soittb, Mange 37 Fast containing ltx> I I
J In Florida Air. Close Is ,
o discovery In medicine[ has ever seen grown : Line Railway
ever cre- are especially attractive. less
. have been visiting at the home of acres, railroad right-of-way
Mrs.
d one quarter of the excitement[ that a man of fine Judgment, and one of the From Jacksonville17.30 to Boston and of Election For
Glfford's father, left on the steamer No. 10. 4:1IJO.lacrell.: ) less rnllrotttr y
, successful truckers In the State j
been most
caused by Dr. King's New DIs-i Providence; $4.1.30 to New York; $.{0.30 The Town of TlttiMvllle.
fieyfor Consumption. )L's severest and he Is as generous and large heartedas to Baltimore 30.20 to Washington : $:.13 Ilypoluxo for their home on Friday last, right-of-way being part of Lot 1 and of n i

ts have been on hopeless victims of he Is prosperous." Mr. Close bought .20 to Old Point Comfort, Ocean View NK l of NW#, Sections, Township' 27 N i}

Mmmption, pneumonia, hemorrhage, his seed from the Old Reliable Seed.man, Virginia Beach and Portsmouth and re, Blown to Atom AN ELECTION III ICERKR7 ORDERED TO Mouth, Range 37 East, known as J. I,.
IH h..I.I.1 the '
Court M<>u *, un MuniUr. Stewart place
uriny and bronchitis thousands of J. B. Suttoo who bandies only the best turn. Tickets on sale daily good return- Tbe th :mb<>f(J tob :41.
( old Idea that the body sometimes <' r.liwi,between the ho..,.
om it has restored to perfect health. Seeds to be bad especially adapted to log up to Oct. 31st, 1101. These excursion needs a powerful, drastic, purgative pill of .a. ",.,and A p. to., to eJect i of No.Eau 11.Oallle.Lots 17 and 18, block 4, Town ,|'
> Florida and makes a specialty of the A Mayor.
r ,
coughs, colds, asthma croup hay rates apply via Portsmouth and has been exploded: for Dr. New A Clerk and
Tmwinrar.
; King's
No. 12. Lot 1 block 4 Town of Kan
> finest strains of Cabbage Egg Plant Lettuce ,
er ;
hoarseness and it steamer only. Similar rates from other Life A Marshal awl
whooping cough Pills, which are perfectly harmless Collector of Tx..l.
i be Onion and Tomato Seed. See display [ An Gallie. Quit claim deed for this only-
quickest, surest cure In the world. Florida points. Two dally trains between gently stimulate liver and bowels to Assessor of Taxes J'
''s sold advertisement[ In another column. e expel Three Alnn.D. held under Tax Title.
by B. R.l1son & Son who Florida points and Portsmouth
poisonous matter, cleanse the The .
system Mrnona are |>polnte jadim
arantee satisfaction or refund money and evening departure from JacksoovllIe. and absolutely cure constipation and slck-[ of Ele,followint. R. Stewart, James Uol.UiuIth For .prices anil terms address

rge bottles SOcts and $1. Trial bottles. Please write ns whenever. you fall to For any Information write A. O. Mac- adache. Only 25cts: at B. It. Wilson oral Juhn" AIjr r.,.Innpeccort;J. U.Vast,elerk.T.u.vu.ru.B.pfc JOHN HENRY, .
, receive the ABVOCATB. Donnell, A. O. P. A., Jacksonville, Fla. A; Son's drug store. A. D. PP.: : Executor Estate of Wni. Treutler. dec'd.'I
xlab.IWI. Tltusvllle Florida.
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DYSPEPSIA' the erflee more'characteristic so In that ho of saw the in man the Ih t VESTIBULED P an-A merlCan Expositlijn'1i S tj '

course be bad marked out for himself I )
VIPw t 1.M1TEb
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mall chance of pecuniary remuneration -

..For .isyr.r.Iw..avlrtlmofd: ,.. and a struggle for principle that INS BUFFALO. N. v. j
....p.l. In I la worat form could eat nolhlnirit might jeopardize those rewards that p,
'\, milk Wart, and at timer my I t miu.ti would are the politician's. Once decided be May 1 st to Novel11ber '
wit retain and tllKftHt even thus Last March I
bonan taking CA.HCAKfc.TS and Blnue then I never swerved from big course. For DoUBLE DAILY SERVICE I,
have *t.adlly Improved, until 1 am MI well as I than

.yes was In my DAVID Ifre.CANDY U McnpBT. Newark O. political before more the force ptlbllu twenty eye years ns an he aggressive has been -" z b0 Fed The Seaboard Air Line Ra1ay!!




CATHARTIC j THE ROOSEVELT HOMESTEAD.Vice I Ii M' t'r, fin C f /<< Offers 1 low Excursion. Rates from all Florida points. ""k. ,, ?? d| dally, | .

Rates from JACKSONVILLE f4.30: aDd $42.05; TITUSVILI, ? ?', ,
i President Roosevelt' homesteadnear M.. Itk '7q 1pI ponding low rates from !other points. 0""**
TRADI MAIM Oyster Day, N. Y., Is an Ideal I
country seat, and the Roosevelt family I Double daily service, Including Sunday, via RICHMOND and H \-HYfTnv.|

,t In a very old one In the neighbor u : For further Information write... ".

hood. The house I II large, homelikeand Asst. Ren. Pass. Agt. .'.luck .
A. O. MAcDONETX, "? ill,,
PlMunnt./ PalatablH I Potent, Tail flood Do countrified, quite unpretentious. It Florida
HUM*, Newr Htoknii. weaken.or (tirlp. UK,21,0,500. 7a' .
crowns the very topmost peak of Saga- i ark z -"- -- -- -
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... 't -
1".aa k..1 4:_..,. ........ ...,....l. I.. ,..*. ill more bill. . Dixie Flyer RQutc . .
The approach to the house, through
I lIS_TO.BAC ,Ikdd IIM l to''L\n.nntf.A obaooo fcf all llabitAccented Urns forest \and meadow Is beautiful and qpi.4'l DoubW dally trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULKD Hi KH.TCABS.:

_m_ refreshing In tho extreme. But it In -Through without r-bAnl/e-: ,

Free and not until after one reaches the top of JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. Loris: .
Masons. Sagamore hill that the full beauty of -Close connections made In Union Depots for-- ,

1 the magnificent panorama Is revealed. Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and all point West and Northwest. '
!!
The view of the bay, the headlands . Tri-'SPcckly Sailings . -- Be sore that your ticket reads, via _
with the Long Island sound and the WESTERN A .. and NASHVILLE, C1UTTAXOOGL
Indian No. 90Tltusville Connecticut coast stretching for miles CRAILROAD; KAlLjWAjL. ,
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.
and resting against the deep blue of > Fur Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to..

liver the sea Is so restful so altogether T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville Fla
at Charleston S. C. both )
lovely that it cannot soon fade from ways C. E.: IIARMA;,GoD. Pas Agt. U. F. SMITH Traffic Manager

Holds Lodge.W Its meeting the soronil\ and Florida fourth Krl- the memory. The FineCallingSteamships in the Coastwise Service Atlanta, Ga. tfiu-bville Teno/ '
The
which Is
day of each month, an the late Armory, Jltue- library a splendid
vine, at 7:00: o'clock p. m. room directly off the main ball contains -
Iron. W. Noble Worshipful Maater. about The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
5,000 books. The Interioris
J. K. Walker,Hanlnr Warden.
'l I II O.n. Hchuylor, Junior Warden. one of enchantment to the genuine Direct Service Between PLANT gYSTEM.
J. M. IMxon, 1 '
A. Morgan Trtaiiurer.K. Secretary. book lover. A big open fireplace Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
I.A. IlilKlitt", ClianUin, stretches across one end of the room. ,

Jit W.L.M.Curruthera Woodward, denier,Junior Dnaoon.IMnoon. Above it Is a magnificent display of (Calliig an Charleston, S. C., both ways) -

I J. H. Pel-even, Senior HtewantO. tile beads of deer, ram, antelopes &KHH-WK1U.Y SAILINGS The Great Through Cai: LIB from Florida.-Conn etijM:

II. Walton, Junior Steward. mountain http and other trophies of Bonthbnund........................ ,. ..tom Lewie Wharf Ho *nn a1ll1ll\11. TIM Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston
..I.I"f n. K. Mime,jr.,Tyler. Northbound.. ... .....? .. ...I.'O'D foot of Catherine 8treetr J ok onT te ''To the East via Richmond
Colonel Roosevelt's skill as a hunter and Wo l\l-ngtoll. The Somthern Railway, via Savannah, Columbii
The floors are covered with and \ .
rugs : VasblngioD.To

made of the skins of lions, bears, buffaloes Clyde St. Johns River Line. the West The Southern Ky via Je _p, Atlanta and Cliattanoogo. The LA

"f lOSfELTInteresting / ; sad panthers all victims of the (DeHary Una-.) : N, via. Montjl; vice president's gun. In fact the whole BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFOItD.eopph and Asheville. 1'bel'' oil O K'y via Mont OTnerj.'ft .

i bOils U adorned with trophies of the g Hi Pataika,Astor St. FraaalBi.Bere forrlng and intermediate I Itux .' the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New Yor,
f: chase. lugs on the at.John's Klver. IV Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchaotg. IIDIII
Here It Is that most of bill books and STEAMER; ".... O. DAY." Transportation Company for Baltimore. -

articles of which he has written nanny, VA1'T.W. A. SHAW. To Key West and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamship
': f Career and were brought Into being Leave foot Catherine BtreeVJacknonTllle S:CO|>.ID., Tiiesiloys put, Saturday 1'0 Nora Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Cani4
.
r8auCord B:(K)a.ra r Huterprlne 6 uHl a. m., Monday s anti :Tliurmlays.Cen'l
.' Mrs Theodore Roosevelt Is the most Atlantlo and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, JIawkesbury and Charlottestowii

.1 L Home Life of the enthusiastic admirer and ardent helperof Passenger and Ticket: Off. Io::.r2O4 W. Bay St... Jacksonville. i
her husband In his political career I ISIMM-'i IE TOZTI::: .ISIS TtO: TS'will

I New President of She Is absorbed heart and soul In bel'bUllb5I1d' A.0. JIAOERTYs.t'nl'aae.Agt.. F.M. IRONMONGER; JR., r'1... I'm*. Act.. i bo on sale at all points on the PLANT SYSTEM to the principal Mourns t
t H>Rtate St., New York 2I'i Went linv .larkaunvillff.' Via.O. the until September ;JO
the United success as she has \been THOS. JIll. HALEY LotIal Jl're'"htAltenlf ( P.LOVEI.I..A.at.Flu.upt.. Lake and Seaside Resorts throughout country inciuiqlimited
1 r from the time they first knew each center hoot li.all8t .Jitrkannvlra, FI... foot l loral "a, JiiLkHoiiville,Fla. to return until October
as children. Mrs. Roosevelt who JOHN.. L,. HOWARD, Superintendent, F-tet Slogan| 8r, ,(ail( oiirllip. Fla: Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO" N. Y., account Pan-American Kxpmltlo,
:' States. TURf G. KOKR. General Maiuixnr. WM. H 17LYrsr' Mies.. Uenernl. Agent visit Falls.
before her nmrrlagtwas Miss Edith Park, Ne..y.rk.C. enabling passengers to Niagara
: Lli"Rettrougli Ilullding 19: ate St. Opixmiii Haitery
Addresses of parties in the North sent to the undersigned will be liberally
I. ,I Carow possesses great Intelligence a' II. WAI/TCW.. Agent, Titmville, Firs.F1tda plied with Information and handsome advertising matter. mr-

'lr remarkably One education and a wonderful _.___ __ _. ___ ____ Hn _____ __. Western and Southern
:Eastern
of educing/ herself and at will be on sale throughout theNorthern, Statettt
power all FLORIDA RESORTS via the Plant System, during the season of liMMM9Ulll! ,
r GOVERNOR, VICE PRESIDENT, the same time exerting a grent'llIftuence. ' Ited to return until May 31st, with liberal' stopover privileges Florida

t PRESIDENT. She Is very pretty slight of East Coast Ry. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberal!;up-
medium height and has dark brown plied with Information and handsome advertising matter.
f: Colonel Roosevelt returned to the eyes and hair. She has not gone much I
F. M. JO I II
ly Division Passenger Agent
Into since her ,
f. flitted States to find that be was already society marriage as she Time Table >o. &:5. In Eflkvt Sept. 1, 10OURmd : 13S West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville Fla,
talked of a. the next governor of has been more or less an Invalid, and
New York. But his regiment, wblch she has devoted herself entirely to her BOUTJI"II0mqD.tRewt Down.) ( Up) N'-atRT.H'BOUND, : B. W. W re n n ra scngor Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

d be. bad "breathed and eaten with for children and Ilfr home. She has five N...J1 i l'o..1U Noon utl ., 0 bl W. B. DENHAM General-SuperintendentSavannah,0a.
t three months" wag still on his hands, children of her own and there \Is also a w5g M gDatly Dally Dally STATIONS.. Daily Du7Oup wuln Dally -

yi ..utllle had no time for anything but It. daughter by Air. Roosevelt' first wife eXi 1----: : ro'np lOOOa .,.......... J cknonvlll. .i .. .... Ar '" 800. .: : bj. .t - -
d: IMO until 'ne became a plain citizen onrSi'yt. a girl of seventeen to whom Mrs.Roosevelt > ) l ., .011,_ IDUMaUp ........S.Jaekeonvme. ........Lv.. e6ep Br"r! I...., ") t'1
1,...... II U U ,....... tW. AuKUHtine.... 5 sup 761 ,..... rD O.
13 would be talk of politics, and Is the most devoted of mother -< q w .... .. 8.. II 47a .. ..... HimtifiirM ........."." 6l4p41l 1 Wm ...... 2Z! : .
tlK-n be found the tide of events bear. *. Rfcg'Sw: E, -.... ': I U lap ..n....But, Palntka._..... t!'>tip' Win.j( d 1 1a j..... p,- W
'... .. 7top u dip N.If. . ........."

'; lug him along Inevitably and irrealstl- I 1 .-.... 747pU: dtp .....,,. _.Bnnnull.-: ... .. t l Ul'p a IKKam ...... od I
Lly. Corn-hnskers. sprained wrists barded- : ..... 'II 125$ > ".. .......l>np SOM ..... SUOp> J l! p ..Orotund............ : tupa 5boa.... .. .- (N The eighth stage of Roosevelt' career wire outs and sprains, or outs from any S .... .. .. 11110.. IIII' .. .Da'tuoa...._...... .... : .v 11:11I.: :...;. -.
a beau with his assumption of the other cause, are quickly healed whenMallard' .... s 8 pr lIP .fort OrwiKa'._... ... ttU'p: I
6B'k ,11II1'11'\ .........lieu ... sM l 4:0..c o
ofltae of governor of New York state Snow Ointment is promptly ap 6-61a! ... .. I leap ...,......_Oak Rli-... alltl ...... nil the ninth with hi* Inauguration as plied. Price, 25 and COots. Wilson' & Hon.PrRrr . | 3a .- ...... a45p ...........TltuflvllleOoooa ......... IMP ...... ,Ida p o'; t td: 1
sl .. ..... Burp .. ......... ....... . .'w 1 lllp ... .. _-blT
vice president of the United States lIEf r>4.X ; .. . tHlrp" ..::..Roc>&' dirn ..InnotItauUnllia. '_.... I 1 1"11.. ... I. .. '"
.' March' 4. 1001. .. of Jnoil llnntla.As o .. ... . 4ltlp4tlp ........... .. ....-......" 1I: Ie1 jJ. 0-' Railway
a result of n itooil/ rutiiU luuvr.r | : ..,. . .. I, . .:.1.1' ...... .. ]\it A tenth phase I I. Just opening for blm 0S . .. beet ......,....Sebastian. 116... ,.... QlZ'a:
as the chief ,executive of the greatest tlon recently held lit Juek'n. n. TtMiti., n ... ::I ."- r Lqr .... ... ........St. beet.--.s IIl1a.1 1 . . ..... ,
roads nssovlutlon bUM hero fo-iucil. ... ,. .. .U6p .. ........'Part PI"m.,_....... 1i00a.. .. ..... I
good Ole.-
nation In the world. IE;"gi"SB I ( [ .. ...a nab ..............Whlr..I.. .......... W 'Il[ t>'... ,
President Roosevelt' and ; .. A :: ..... .sea. .e
"
ancestry "
... .. e ......J.Ed"I" '.... f
bla, rearing and education coupled with Take life as II comes, and make the I :! II.-I.i. .. .... II ....... . .......... lu I;. .... ...... ,d1, '. DIRECT UfNB: -QUICK TI.VIB TO
excessively aggressive nature manifested most of all clrcnmatanoes, bn for a bad ...... .. 7 .MlT .......... .Stuart. '. ...._."" tlCI..a ... .. . . """"'"-'x ...... r
cough or cold take Uallard' Horehound ... .. I.'I p767p ...... WeHt Jnpitniv . UWnHUln .. ,..... 1tf I KMstlxgton. Baltimore., PbllaAtl Ala.
unmistakably even In his very the best known for L...... .. .......W.4PslniBoec...,.. .. uwu.. ... ... ... rb:: fcrw
early' boyhood seemed to presage'"' for Syrup remedy quick :::I ...-... ..... IIIII\\ .. .Bnxnton ,.. ... ... _.. .. ... ..... lie .. York, Chrcjg. el.dlUrI,
relief and sure cure. Price :$5; >and SOcts.U. S E-4o !. .. '." ... !IO04! ....... .1JooIr. .. ........... ":lIta... ...... w, :I 1:01l150ml'. Ililarta, 811'111'911.111,
bint a more than ordinary carter.ROOSEVELT'S . K. Wilson A Son.Improve .u.. ..... a!&!> ". ..Fort.Lau .....w.. ...... 7 &.. .. ... era I.
t .. . .. 67f> .........Lemonl.'lty. . ...... .. ern... .. hananoega mCIIPIIIs, $t. twit, KJawt Lit!.
I . ew ..._, .D 6I_ !...."" MI..ml..T.. AIraItnfut .. "
ANCESTRY. Country .... ...... I, AND ALL. POINTS'BAST AND WEST.
I r ..
Parlor Cur .t I'r."" a.'i Mild 1M.
One of thennentlnls In this life is a
good road from the farm to the market. <),n NixlS I No.IfilUNp '.". In.ht .o.1 '
Theodore Roosevelt was born Oct. 27, und Huad Dally DnilTIkM MAXPORT BHA.NGH.Ar Dally DaUj Bun Na 0n1nR LJUNB >VFT ADS SBRV C LIKE. THIS
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The product of the farm can bet marketed I ,
I Only: I Only .N.
1858, m his father's house 28 East at a lower cost. This means tbat YOiip td & 160 I..,..........., .. ,...JTarkwiuvuT I .... ........ Ar. 7 Ora -rib : iry'er.Only.) ::::::" THE. MEW YORK & FLORIDA'', EXPRESS
Twontlethstreet. (In New York city. Intha It > 10 11111 9990: 8 bile ..............So jHHtnanvU -......... .. . 187a Ij'I'p _.".
you can buy more for year money. .......... .. ..... .. 111w ..... '
quiet region around Gramercy IOM* $M. DIi' Pahln Bmxiti.... ..... TIJIIa bo7p AND THE U. 8. FAST MAIL
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saves your live stock. The farmer need, 116P lol5Iia '. UUP 9 1.1a ......., ........tlantteBsaeh. ............. TWa Seep tl1li ......
park the home of many families bearing not send up the country for so many "(10'. '"to.' ,\.. QIII.. ... . ..... .. .Mnvnort .. .. ..... .. _L. 1I.'oA! 4t11o Uu. '..... Tt tins Bat and NGrih.
; name held In high honor and No io: ,
horses and mules. One horse draw W I U..M (
caD .
too, there was none bearing a name Dully L.Da11 Dally au..l.um..ru.tlrod.. i {PALITIIA BBANCH : lfi ; l I1allyiD.IILrTiatp i UtE 'CINCINNATI & FLORIDA.LIMITED
more on a good road than two can or l M.85S .. . Ifj .. 'ffi'f\i\ .
more highly honored and esteemed li4i6 i Islip i trap n / L. e k..lr t! 12..,, : I
a bad road. Good road and street 75>;(pl! a!\tar 4;; ptiaikplll6Knl I / OBftalAr. ..HX: .t Pnln",,>...,. I \>n''_ T IIf1I& iminl' til II I0p4 T \10if I Te. the: \N..t: and North \-Vt:
the Into wblch'Tbeodore
than --- -
family sprinkling Improve the county aa ) : ; '
Itofoevelt was born. For six generatloito p.:1Ifro--: .x MATIW ISKAl\CH _ IDsilylDsll\ ) I .., Ma& through "The Land of the Sky," Ashevllle! Hot

", Ms forbears had been prominent "l"MP1 L... ... .. .. _. VFnet Pfttka.. ... .... Ar i f; llil.p Springs N. C. Finest Summer Report Section in tho
a*. ..lUieus of New York and distinguished town.Let -- -- -a 11III.\ .... A .. .,.. .. .... ..... .. ..... .. ban M_t.o. .. ... ........ --......". L. 1 Gins- BiUp 1 I *orld. Through Sleeping Car from Jacksonville to

In the council of the city. Ill u. 0. II '0 1' ..u
it OBINOE OITY Asheville
and Hot Carolina.
Daily I Iktally S.A.NFORD'BRAlteli. DlWly Springs, North
'..t1 1!<<'. James J. Roosevelt was aide et tilt BBANOFL es.N I& 1DC4n bSQ

mat la 1828. IS.anll 1830, assemblyma D lup Iff4Jlp ... ...1'ew vmrna..Arip 7i aLi. ..........'l'ltl1nUie...........*Ar i p 2 Ice of Raises to Pan-flnKrlcja Cxpcsltioa, BTfIO, n. V-
from 1S33 to 1840, congressman .. ........Lak. llelen..Lv. ... 5S p 7MaB.Un .*.* ...............MhD.L.. 10711
4 siiiil ....,. ..Urau...l. from. 1S41 to 1843 and supreme court Alone; 4 6IIV ......OransVOItyJo....,.a IU&V '. .............t&ifetrtrlM............ .. 11 Site esgh Vestibuled Tr.ins. Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping Cars
Justice from 1854 to 1800; bit grand-, 0:Kin Ar.............Mentord.. .. . .. . "Iitxp Through Coaches.

thec, James Roosevelt who was a merchant The.eTtme Tahlm Dhow the tlnun at which train may b* *KMiot...l to arrkie an4 4..t>ar* UXCIZLLENT DINING CAR; 8B VICE..w4 .
was assemblyman la 1700-07 Scott's Emulsion is not a fawn the ....v..ral utarlon. bnt their arrival me dapartnr. al th..ttmn ntntod ... no* ._r...- .
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and* alderman In 1800; his great-grand teed. nor done the Company hotel ItMif rMpoiuilblB" for any daisy or anoounMiuaK- aria-, Trains vie The Southern Railway are Operated In Connection
father. Cornelius O. Roosevelt likewisea good medicine for fat folks. lUll therfrmw.PENINSULAR. with the Plant System from Jacksonville.Affc .

nrccrtiont, was alderman from 1783! to \V e have never tried giving it AND OCCIDENTAL :' for Tickets via Southern Railway Correspondence Solicited.

ISOy neltUH bill Roosevelt great-great-grandfather., was alderman from Cor- to a real fat person. We don't STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. Itt"'j t Stay Florida FawDger Ag'n',1M west Bay It. JACKSOMYILLB.; FLA.WARDWICK.OneralPaw.Agt" .

1755 to 1704; his great-great-great- BETWEEN MIAMA. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. If.'tr.. w.U.TAYIAEAe.t.Geo.flu.A(-
You Scott's Emulsion
dare. see W ASRINOTUN.D. C. ATLANTA UA.
grandfather John Roosevelt also a fee..Miami MoudayanndFrldavv..1006pm( Leave Bnran. ,'... ... anil 8 tort.iy....,lo 00 am
merchant was alderman from 174H to builds new flesh. Fat Arrtir KoyV".tT\i......and .nrd..,... 1 W pm Arrtvo. Key Vftr We,!* and S&ia ... Hixi pat ...., I. 1901.ATTIIK.
1itrt and his great-great-great-great- Iw Key Went Tn<... and XnmlaT: T BI pm Ivan Kay Wet Tb..... amt 8_n.. . 4 00 pt'
... 5* Arrive' KianUFrtOiky.a a l Monday 8
people don't want it. Strong Arrive HuTana d and Monday ltD' > < 00 IUD
grandfather, Nicholas Roosevelt, was
'For of lorail Ilina card address any Agent.
copy -
aldertnan pf New York city In 170001. don't need it.
people J. D. RAHNER. A. t. G.". P.... Ateont. ST. AUGUSTINE.' FLA .
Such was the life of the sturdy Dutch
ancestor from whom Theodore Roosevelt But if you arc thin Scott's FLORIPA Ilsl6lslh

Inherited his name. But. although Emulsion is the medicine for THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE lis e .
hi* .name U Holland Dutch Scotch
Irish and French Huguenot blood min you. It doesn't tire you out. PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITiON

i gle In his vein In equal measure with There is no strain. The workis Patented in the United States, Great Britain and Canada

his Dutch ancestors and account
tbaevof;
to no small extent for the personal '- all natural and easy. You PRICE, $4.00 and .OO EACH Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S. rtrket&lnow on sale viaMallory

qualities of the man his energy just take the medicine and In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.For .

and perseverance, his Impulsive not to that's all there is to it. Sale bv 1i e; es

i eny fiery, temperament and his viva- Jas. Pritchard & Son ,
i clous mode of expression. With the The next thing you know :

1 Imp lus of family and the favorable feel better-you cat better TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.SEE .
you .AT
: niute.r1al condition in which he found THE!: TESTIMONIALS rImy PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS

i hlui&df as well a* by the force of his -and you weigh more. It is _ m __ ___ __ _ I LOWER RATES TITAN "OTHER allaneJJIertb l land
DY ANY LINE, including
own personality Roosevelt might have ..
advanced rapidly In any path he chose. a quiet worker. : For rates Good going on any ship. Final return limit October 25. ticked
descriptive
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE and illustrated matter, schedules reservations
,
whether It led toward brilliant social Send for free sample. .t c., apply to

success or the making of a Urge for. SCOTT a BOWKE. ChembK. .... Par! St. N.Y. A. W. PTB. Agenr,110 W.Bay Bt.Jaektov01 l
tuiK. That he chose a career of public ju tad|i.M. .aU drtluuta Prints all kinds of CoaamerclaT Hitlonery, Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill, Etc. C. H.MALLoRY J'=OsnAerss ?, Ap 'nt. Hrnniwtck Oa. 'Y.Y. .
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TITUSVILLE. A LITTLE SOUR CREAM.And THE HOME GOLD CURE.An I KICIIMONI), VA. J

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NDJ.A.t'r:: : RIVER: :: Two or Three Delirious Thin.e \
eO'I'EL.TITUSVILLE
; ; Insenlou. Treatment by Which Drunkards .
That May Be Mad With It. are Halnif Cu..... Dally In 8|>ltot The RICHMOND, VA. 1
Not Infrequently the thrifty housewife .. Lexington
Them ".... No Noxious I>i e.NoWeakdilnir
duds herself facing the problemof Twelfth and Main, Streets.American .
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at the N..r".... A rimumnt.
INDIAN RIVER, a little credo turned sour, and It U. I'o.ltlve Cur for the Liquor Habit j

FLORIDA. as follows, among other ways, that a and European plane
It Is now generally known and understood -
Boston Cooking School Magazine writer that drunkenness a disease and American plan $j.:>0 to $1. European plan *rand upwards 1 1J

would confront It: not weakness. A body filled with poisou, ( A. MKRUITT, Caterer./ A. n. ATKiNSON, Proprietor,
I 1. O'; BAST, Proprietor. Possibly she has never discovered and nerves completely shattered by periodical :
_ . "t
1 what a simple myttin- It Is with any or constant use of Intoxicating
1 a good egg beater to solve\ tho question liquors, i' (\iuirvs an antidote capable\ \ of JflSW YOU '. : I

The hotel fronts on the fu a few minutes with a dainty put of elltrallzln .and eradicating this poison, I
wideewecpofbayf7mileeIn ( fresh butter. The buttermilk Is pressedout and destroying the craving for Intoxi
1 II 11 width), formed by thelndianRivermakingita with the back of a wooden spoon cants. Sufferers may now cure themselves Fifth Avr. nod loth street,
'"" at home without publicity or loss Hotel Kensington
,.. and washed any to the lust truce In :
of time from business this wondeiful New fork *
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:. : : :.= delightful summer re-
c; : : ;;; P. baths of clear, cold water, and the KOld- 'S
CURE'1 been
- .::=- '.. ':- - Constant cool "IJO I E GOLD ; which has >
-- ::.-: - - --- en ball perhaps Is left unsalted to perfected after yeorsof close study '
breezes from the sea and many Select Family and Transient Hotel. European: Plan. .
grace the tnble In the appetizing: gnrnltnre and treatment luobilates. The faithful
bay. Flowing sulphur
spilngs. Special winter of a lettuce leaf. use according to directions of this wonderful Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.

rates. In the following recipes rare should discovery la positively guaranteed GEORGE<: C. HOWE, Proprietor.Late .
be taken to see thnt the rich crenm lute to cure tho most obstinate case, no matter -
reached thickened while thoso.o. how hard a drinker. Our records of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida/ hotels..
----------- tlie singe
------ "
show the marvelous transformation ot ,
with pains -
ACJCSONYILI measured punctilious thousands of drunkards into sober, Indus- :
rfhould be stirred Into the cream untilIt and SAltATOGASIMM NO S. N. Y. .'
tilous upright/ men
Is perfectly In solution the whole a I WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS I! -.- J

foamy inasS In which the spoon struck Children cure jour' fathers! This remedy -

)OVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. against the Hide of tho cup Rives back Is In no souse n nostrum but Is a speciflo EVERETT HOUSE SARATOOA, SPRINGS, N. Y.
a hollow sound altogether cloiiuent of () for this disease only, and U so skillfully I ,

Its condition to the experienced ear. dovlwod and prepniod that It U This beautiful family hotel will open for the 10th season, under the some

Neither butter nor baking powder Is i thoroughly aoluable nnd pleasant to the management, on Juno tat, 11)01\ ,
taste, so that It cnn bo clvru: in a cup of Now with the latest has been In
plumbing Improvements put throughout
Opposite postofBoe. Centrally located, Thoroughly repaired and no- called for there: l Is po demand\ for *
tea or colfee without the knowledge of the entire house, and It line also boon newly painted and lofnrnlshed.
of butter
novated. Newly.furnished throughout. Liberally conducted wearisome' creaming together the poison taking It. Thousands of The hotel accommodate two bundled guests (at reasonable rates) and has
Rates $2.50/ day and and sugar., while In no caul are the drunkards have on red themselves with five hundred feet of shady piazza.The : ,
per
up. whites and yolks of the eggs to be separately this priceless remedy, and as many more location, opposite Wlndxor Hotel on South Broadway, Is one of the best
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. beaten. The cup used 4s the i have been cured and made temperate men in Saratoga, and only ono block from all the principal springs.For .
tin measuring cup marked In quartersand 1 by having the euro administered by loving terms and other particulars. address!

holding! n half \glut 1 fiH'inU and relatives without their I'. M. bUAREZ. Saratoga Springs, NY, ,
Throe- knowledge In coffee or ton, and believe I
Gingerbread. -
Sour Cream
ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cotta Streets. quarters of n cupful of thick sour to-day that they discontinued drinking\ of
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. their own free will. DO NOT WAIT.
creamy half a ('uprul.of molasses' half Da not bo deluded by apparent and misleading Otllclal Supply House of Tho Illinois Fishermen's Association ,
American and European plan. Centrally located Just built and open- a cupful of granulated BVfmr. two cupful8 \ 'Improvement. Drive out the -- -,.---.------,----

ed this season Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water of flour mlakurey before sifting, disease at once and for all time. The The Net and Twine Co.
Chicago
two eggs! a roflmllUg spoonful of "HOME GOLD CUKE" Is sold at tho .
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. AH baking soda IT tablespoon\ of griigef extremely low price of One Dollar, thus Mnnufuctiireig 0

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75o and $1 a day. Rooms and a dessertspoonful of cluunmon. Boat placing within I reach of everybody n treatment of'i
together and molasses. Add more elToctual than others costing
sugar
board $2.00 to $2.50;; day. eggs "
per .
$25 to $ 0. Full diieetlons
half the cream and dissolve soda In > accompany ty
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. each package! special> advice by skilled a
the remainder after which beat all tI
bYlllclans when iecjuontod without extra \
u lightly together. Sift Into the mixture charge. Went:! prepaid to any part of the \g
ST. AUGUSTINE. flour !gluger and cluunmon and stir un world on receipt> of $1 I I. Address Dept. l lH la
til sinoofti. Make lu a moderate oven C 703 EDWIN B GILES CO., SHIJO-Ua: : : t= 4

about half an hour, Market St., Philadelphia. All correspondence '
LOR IDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Sour CqL'Utn Biscuits.Quo cup of strictly confidential.

The old City By-theSea. flour, measured before sittln,(; half a ---- ,1
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This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine is cup of sour cream,, one-fourth cup of WORKING IN PUBLIC.Show 8
FISHING
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that sweet milkone level teaspoonful of bak NETS and Netting Every Deicrlptlon. ,

no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Bench for Driving and Bicycling ing powder, half a teaspoonful of soda Wlndo Art lea tin Cnn Com Dealers Selno Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc.
Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The. hotel has all scant measure; one-third teaspoonful! of mind feud Iht.nn.rolloo.i Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. ,I' I!
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of tguests. Liberally salt. '70-81.8.1: E. Indiana. v Chicago, Ill.

$12 per conducted.week. For Capacity further particulars 2;.0, Summer address Rates: *2 to $2.50 per day, *8 to Sift the flour, baking powder and salt asked A Broudway-shoe"* what method manufacturer of advertising was he ...Mention Thot Anv- oTIC In your: letter... I

together; In a mixing:: bowl. Add the "FI'hn'a;:;; '
F. HAYDEN ::; found most profitable.\ We are Members' of the Illinois Association
Manager. crenin. lu which the soda has been perfectly "Placing my men near the window," -

dissolved 1 and. when well mlx#.1. be s.iId. ""0 they can work In view of- --. __ .....- __-.-- _--u _ -- __ ._ .--_ u_-.... ..--J I
HOTEL ...FRO TIXG OX TllE'PL ZA... the milk. MU smooth and roll out the public. 1 don't know of anything; ,
LGONQUIN using "< little tlonr oit the bivnd boil id tint catches the attention of the passerby ,
ST AUGUSTINE, - FLORIDA.Sea Roll about nn luck thick!
os.poxHlble. .
more quickly than the night' of a ,
View. 'Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with nail: \bake ten niliuilen ID a hot own. demonstrator sitting close to the win- XVO14SViFL I i!INMia !
This will mike about ten biscuits, two .
comfortable beds. Rates moderate. dow running a machine for dear life. n.alnquallq.

MRS. A. S. PELL, Proprietress.Breakers Inches lu diameter--before-bnltlu- !:. ,I'have"Manufacturers: adopted this of plan all: kinds Wnlstuiakers of good For 20 Yeas His Led aU 1 dorm iem5dKsJ2 t| ; t 1 '

-' asc xaa >Fas : : >>x.. .
( exhibition
their skilled workers
A Certain Cure for 'sentery put most on -
Prepared by--+-"\ "JAMES F. BALLARD, st. Louis.
SI A BIUmZ I'':. to show how (the finest garment
and Diarrhoea.
and i. Cigar manufacturers
cut
are serve ,
,
"Some yearn ago I teas one of a party take the public Into their confidenceand \ -

BY-THE-SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA. that Intendt>d making along bicycle trip" let them see the process of rolling "
he
says F. L. Taylor, of New Albany\ Bradford the cleverest hands.
(City Beautiful.) PI"I taken as performed by Semi in lo the ADVOCATE.
county, was suddenly I Men who deal 'In mechanical contrivances your subscription
Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier, with diarrhoea, and was about to give up i have found that It to have f.'
New and the trip when Editor< Wai'd. of the pays t
up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100 f.ncey- '
guests Overlooking the at least one machine net near a window Tho resident \
up of
in
Atlantic. ville Messenger! suggested that I take luiiiio
Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath, single a I every
or en suite. First-class system modern plumbing: throughout the entire build- dose of Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and so the crowd outside may observe ,
Diarrhoea Jlemedy. Ipurchased, bottle the Intricacy of Its parts and the rapidIty
ing. Twentli-elght bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh water a -
!shower baths. Life line extending four hundred feet into the Ocean, and two and took two doses, ono before start- of Its nctl.n. Jewelers have stationed Brovarcl County, at least, should be oil our ,

latest improved life boats for si-fety to bathers at any possible mishap, and for Ing and one on the route. I made the their most expert lapidaries within I
deep sea nshlug. Special attention will be paid fishermen and fishing parties trip successfully and never felt nny 111 view of the street that possible custom
under.the personal supervision of manager. The "Breakers'1 has been erected effect. Again last summer' I was almost I era may see how precious stones are list. And also, do not forget to send us

without regard to expense: to meet the demands of those who appreciate flist- completely run down with anattack of cut and polished and set. I
claus service, and It will be the aim dysentery. I bought a bottle of this
of the '
management to retain it as such. con'work In
who
SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY-Opeoll July 1 1001. Rates same remedy and this time one dose curedme. "It Isn't everybody job printing and ads.
.8 to $12 per .". public. It takes a person with good your
week. Special to families and parties. Any further Information will be glady Sold by druggists\ and medicIne I ,
and concentration of
dealer. strong nerves
.furnished upon appplicatlon to G. A. PACETTI, Manager; \
..efurnished cottages to rent In thought to do difficult work to a show I
Seabreeze Fla. Witty Hubrt Barr. . .
connection with hotel. II. L. KOCIIERSPISRGER, Prop. window. I have men In my employ -- - - - - '
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Robert Barr wbeu asked for his favorite who are excellent workers but they \
r\ -s -Tvj-\ -Vj-\17-\ -\ T -\y\ yjjsyTj-j-
quotation responded with the get flustered when subjected to unusual '
ItOCKLEDGK. following verse and Its accompanying surveillance and ruin everything : : !

comment, says The Windsor Magazine: they put their hands to. I have tried NineHERBIN E i

One who never turned hi* back but marched. some of thorn n* window operators, but

...UNDER NEW bread lorvraril they can't get used to It.
MANAGEMENT... Mew doubted clouds would break. Tenths. "
t Never dreamed, though tlffbt were wonted wrong "A man who can run a machine at
would triumph. full tilt or paint a picture or fry pun- :
[otel nocKrlD 1.- Hold we tail to riM, we based to fight better cakes or Iron a shirt In the full gaze of of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. : i
Indian River ; FLA. Steep to wakeRobert Brawnlna
the public\ eye and not lose bis bend Is 1
But Mr. Barr can never be serious In all the i
several dollxrsmore
an artist nod worth ,
. a letter,' whatever he may be In hit a week tils'.employer tbun the REGULATES the Liver, Stomach and Bowels, I

The coming winter this hotel will be under tbe management of A. L. quotation.one of the lie wittiest has long letter been written celebratedas of too.more"-modest New York Individual.Sun.: And begets' It People n Cleanses the System, Purifies the Blood, 'I'I I

Marsh,who has been connected with the Florida East Coast Hotel Com the day. However short his note may ..r.1t .-, -y. Suffer
be, It Is long enough to afford him an you are troubled with -inodoroua Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation, :*: 1
pany for 14 years. Hotel will open on the 13th of January next. for little touch of the breath )heart burn u *
opening some Jlatulency, headache, Weak Stomach and Impaired Digestion.
humoresque. In the present lostance acidity, pains after eating, loss of appetite from a ;

he writes: persistent melancholy, or low spirits. '
'
EAU OALLIK.. "The above Is my favorite quotation. You need a tonlo, a few doses of Herblne DiseasedLiver. Every, Bottle Guaranteed to 6Ua Satisfaction.Pitoff : 'I' \ !

Whenever you want something helpful, will give you the recuperative force to remove aAxtGT.ln: x304 'X: : IJ. _1II<<4 x.x.JOo.m.: ,
these disorders. Price COcts.; B.
Know look the of the no Ctmtn. I' J
you up writings '
Hotel Granada EAU GALLIE, FLA. talented It. U'-s-Robert Burns Robert It. Wilson\: Sun. i i ,

On Indian River. Browning Robert Buchanan, Robert q Prepared by JAMES f*. BALLARD St. Louis, Mo. J
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Goad (load* n n. .
Bruce or Robert Barr. .
1'a'O'P41ea
The Hotel Granada located at Eau Gallle, Fla., 102 miles south of Jackson Good roods pay from every possible .
ville on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, hunting and point of view. They save the farmer "m. -
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class home How New' Zealand Panlah. Crime. money, both In the Improved market. "

like hotel. Rates $2.60 to 3.00( per day. Special rates by month or season. New Zealand fits punishment to crime ing facilities ot his products and In the If(You Have Not'

Open all the year. Address GLEASON BROS., Eau Gallic\ Fla. more nearly than most countries. Thus wear and tear of vehicles and teams. 1

at Wangaaul. when certain sawyers He can draw bigger loud, get to mar

troubled their neighbors by their drunken ket quicker travel. more miles dally

TALLAHASSEE. freaks the delinquents were madeto with (less fatigue and put his products :
.
-- -- -- the fine Imposed In such laboras Found What I
pay on the market In a great deal \better You Want. .

5T.; JAMES Hotel TALLAHASSEE, FLA. they were accustomed to and were condition. . .
.net. to saw wood with, which to build a The value of laud Is also greatly en- '\ I.

Centrally\ located. The only brIck hotel In the city. The table Is supplied prison. The result was that rather than t f. .need by the Improved conditions as For a II'I, : ',\!.look at ' I
with I the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds. Rates $J to 13 transgress again they vanished from are properties In the town. It would '. out 1
per day. Special by. the week. the locality as soon as the edifice was lx Impossible| to state In a brief Interview Fruit and Garden Lands along the

MRS. F, R. LAMB, Prop. complete. the pecuniary. benefits to be derived

from good roods, to gay nothing East Coast : : I
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pleasures dependent .
1IE."inl USONYn LF., N. c. Thousand su(Tee with torpid liverpros
ducing of Indigestion upon the suuie.Good .
great depression spirit, .
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constipation, headncheeto. Her. ron.lM are Absolutely\ essential. I
Settlers
are flocking Injbut: still.there'ls room. If
bine will stimulate the liver the to the prosperity of agricultural you are J
rJIE WIIEEJ En HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. keep say looking this drop line to
f Hendersoivllle' New Hotel. bowels regular, nod restore healthful community way, I
buoyancy of spirits. Price, uOcts. B. R. 1
')pen all the year Al tit ride 2.SBO\ feet. The dryest climate In North Carolina Wilson & Mon.Secure I A Communication. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce.l> ...fdent.I .

Golf links. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-five Mr. Editor:-Allow me to speak a few LORI DA EAST COAST R'Y ,
bedrooms. Electric lights. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ball Toomll. reservation via Clyde Hue word In favor of Chamberlain's Cough -I
Mineral steamer, between Jacksonville New : Remedy. I suffered for three yfears with ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
Springs. Bath All modern conveniences.
Ten-pin
For rooms. alleys. York and Boston, at the ADVOCA.TEoffice the bronchitis and could not 'sleep at .. .. .. .. .
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BARDIN A: WHEELER, Proprietors, Un er80DYlne, N. C one patent medIcines.but could get noth
.. Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment is Dots lag to give me any relief until my wife JOB; PR.HTT13JTG
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n __ _ ___ - --- -- -" bleeding or protruding piles, and It will which has completely relieved me/ W. .
cure the mOAt obstinate carfe. Price, S, Brockraan, Bagnoll, Mo. This remedy OF ALL KINDS .
The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing SOctt In bottles. Tubes 70cts. D R. I. for sale by all druggists and medicine, v .
Wilson & Son. dealers. ,
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8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE; SEPTEMBER 27, 1901.

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UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF ANNUAL HEPORT OF LICENSES. E. Z+. Ee:: .::c Y &:, BRp.

-DEALERS IN-_ ,
MEDICINE aVRGINAD'MIEDICINEDENTISTRT.PHARMACY.t Brevard County State of Florida.

GROCERIES! :, GRAIN ANDdHAYe, aANDnALL FOOD PRpDpC1

I STA NDARD of .
Collector E. W. Hall of Brevard duplicates of which have been filed with the County MAI'Kv 1
Issued by Tax County,
First-Class ) METHODS, line of
We deal exclusively In the !goods and solicit\ the ,, LIZt"
IN of October 1901. lo be i II :,
the first day above
1 EQUIPMENT Judge for the period beginning on the first October, 1IXX, and ending! on '
and all
( tllr.of era Write us for prices on Groceries, delivered) it .,. ;
CLINICS presented to the (,rand Jury for approval term, UX)1.I \ '; Hoary
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rer 104.II.a. '.1n""" addrrNN TAN .r r' K. L. BRADY & > TITl'M I i'': i ,. ?,:

Yutiud o r.loeuHe... litb' _
.. ,toilers er than Total Total

FLORIDA Visitors who cnM nNn.1.lcellll8. or I To 'holl1 granted For what purpo e. From wbcD To whell .tate..for .11'1"0......Iur. State.tw I COllllty for S. W. C2RROiDealer
M .wit call at our stores should write for a f'rRtaWml'rchallt ,

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. --r Mn4 C N Hull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . O.t.IIIJ1N.t. 1 1101... $-3'(", 300IT"f.a In-
: lndinnlllverDrug . . . . . "' " 3x1( 300 10;
/loa; J9 3 Lars Jorgensen Codrugglsta"r". . . . . " II 3 HI 3 OH 1 liO GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
4 J J' Cooper . . " u " u :f: IN) a 141( 160Lt *
1 112: W. Forsjtli :St, JacVtHonvllle also G A Y\VHoglf.tUo . . .m( rl.hanLII. . . . . . . . . . ... u, " U.II U (JOO U 00) 300I Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Putrim.iu." s ,'Ied./!
; fbl. 0 I .T H Mathers .. . . .nrrrhant . . . . . . : . . .. u U o a 00) 3 00 1 liO TITUS V1I.LE, FLORIDA.
Augustine, Palm ttoacli and Nasgiu. 7 (,1) I'rovol4t . . . . . merchant . . . . . ", , :1... tI .. U ".. :'f (INI) 8: 00 1 10Ii - -- -- - , -, ,
H..rgm"nItorm. . . . .m..rchants . . . . . . :.: . . . u' " U 3 00 3 (1)) 1)0/ ----.....
U I PA Mr MIIIan . . . . . . .ml'r<,hant . . . . . . . . . . . " " U 3110 3 00 10/ INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTOttY.
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH . . . . . " 12 (N' 12 OIl 000
10 I'J'Uobh. .....hnnt.. . . : .) . . . . ;
11 .JUJ.l'atherman . . . . .merchant . . . . . . . . . . " '" 3(1.3(10()( 1/0/; TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Asso's 12 ADPelll1ey. . . . . . .Inwll'r. . . . . . . . . . . . . ." " U " 2000 1000 500 to furnish Ice In
Brewing \VJ'I'ucker . . . . . . .Kt'IIIIlgliquorwlnesandbt'er. . f;"4H liOO( Ofl250 00 Is prepared any quantity-Sacked or loose fepecui 'ttenu( ,
1-1 H. I. Motlow . . . . . lIelllng liquor, wines and beer .. " U U tiOO r,00 00250 00 paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is mmem/.,.
Famous Bt. Louts Keg and Ho t 1S; H. J. 1\Iotlow . . .Mt'llIug liquor, wines anti beer . a U II .. MHI 5110 0020; 00 T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J. .
I tied Hear. 16 (0' A J.ollh'y. . . . . . . l4elhnA' liuorwines and beer . " U U ;,cH) 1)00 000'0! 00 ,
iaulden. . . . . . . . u.. U U 2000 1000 /6 00 --- ----
17 n I. ( .lawyer. . . . . . . . . .
Bold bj> MeiHit. F. A. Ixmlay an,(1 28 .James Morrow . . . . merdlant . . . . . . . . . . " " " ::1 00 a 0(1() I)0/ R. WALKER. C. II. SWAIW.
R. L Motlow, Tltunvllle,Kla. 10 W J Nesbitt . . . merchant . . . . . . . . . . " U' II 3: W 3 00 I lit)) I
I By Mr. R. f.. Motlow, Coooa, Fl)a, 20 Ivey Lawson. . . . . . ml'l'"hant . . . . . . . . . . . " " " 3 00 3 00 1 tiO Goods Shoes '
r. 21 A(11)ittmar . . . . . merchant. . . . . . . . . . . " ? " .lt 600 000 3(10( Dry ,
JOSEPH ZAPF 22 leo N I1atch. . . . merchant . . . . . . . . . . " " " 0 Of() 0 OO "I 60) )
2:1: MrIlM } JlIII&Co. . . tnerchaub . . . . . . . . . . . " " U ::100 300 150
2. 01'0 M Brown (J'gt) . . .merchanS . . . . . .'. . . . . " .r II S 00 300 l' 50 Furniture,
Sole Agent. 23; .TI Sanders:! . . . . merchant . . ? . . .: . . . ... II " II 0 00 0 Ofl 4 1106
\! S KJtrhfng . . . . mprchant. . ... . . . . . . . .. II.t II U 6 00 6 00 3 00
010 to 620 West Bay Street 27 F 'V Munson. . . . merchant. . . . . . . . . . " " II 3 Ofl :3 00 1fp Notions and Millinery f
r 28 S F" Eravi8.t Co. . . . mprrhantll .. .. . :'ti ... . . . . " " u 9 00 D 1)0) 4 50
JACKSONVILLE, PLA. 211 F A 1.081ey . . . . . .running one pool table. . . . . " " .... 21'1' ((10 2O: ) 12 50't0 Yew Goods at close prices. o
: n F" Dllreu (Agt) . . . . merchant . . ? . . . ... . " .". 3 (1)) 3 110 1 r.o
31 H. 'V IUaodes ,. . . . .erchant . . . . . . . . . . .. .. u U Oll D Ofl 4 110 YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
-8OM> BY'A. 32 &.J. Brady & Bro. . . . . merchants . . . . . . . . . . . " " " D IH'' 9.00 "r.0 "
.8:1: Carroll Goldsmith. . . merchants. . . . '. . . . . . ." " " 801 000 800 John R. Walker & Co"Jp
: F. LOSLEY 34 ,lames I'rltchard & Hon. . m..rchants . . . . :. ,.. . . . .. .". " 1 5 16 011 7 50 I '
85 .JHHcrev..n. . . .dru l'lst. . .' . . oi' ." .. " e 600 000 300 TITUSVILLE, FLA.Whaler's s,
J .druggists'. . : " " 6 00 I ) 6 00 3 00
TITUS Vir.LTC 3U B Id 'Vllllon Son . . . .
FLA. 87 .J U. Walker & Co. . . . .merchants . . . . . .. . . . . . a II " 9 OIl 9 OIl 4 110
>98 Julius Kline . . . . . . merchant; . . . . . .Oo.. . . . " " " II OIl 11 00 4 808U
WJ Crayford. . . . . merchant . . . . . . . . . . . " .". a .. 300 :3 00 150
, 40 OAHardner. . . . . . .nal'rchant. . . ... ..... .. . .. . .". " 0 600 6 3(10 Store
41 Oeo 1Uobblnll.. . . . lawypr. . . . . ... . ; . . U " 10 INI 10 on rs 00 Jewelry
42 Bond Lumber Co . . . nll'r<,hants . . . . . . . . . . . w. " .". " 300 300 '150 ,
43 H J Field, . . . . .merchant . . . . . . . . . . ..." " .. .. .. 3 (3 00 1 110 .
w 4. .i I. Jensen . . . . . hotl'l. . . . . . . :. . :S. . . . .. 'I " 1000 10 (10 1'1' Ito(
+ f 41>> WJ Tucker . . . . . runningone pool'table' . . . . . " a' " $4 20,1/ 25: 00 12 10; Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware Etc.
f 46 J. J. Carlton. . . . . . .merchant . . . . . . . . . . " " " 3 INi) 3 110 110/ ,
I 47 1. C Johnson . . . merchant . . . . . . . . . . . " " .. 3 00 3 ( O 1 1\0
48 A GlbtoIon . . . . . . . mer'hant . . . . . . . . . . . c. a. .. .. 3 01Nr<1 a 00 1 IItI SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches
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49 00 Jan nook . . . . . . . Aelllllg tobacco and'' f8'JInl . . " /5\ 100 2 //Sf and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
rJO fcNalr & 'ooten . . lIIl'rl.'hants . . . . . . . . . . . " " " 3 00 a 00 2 50bl
I Mrs C J F' Cpmpbell & Co. merchants . . . . . _... . . . . -" " " .. 3 00 30fl 11\0 jjr-Mall: Orders will receive prompt and careful attention
1)1; It L Motlow. . . . . . running one pool table.. . . . " " " 23 04 2/\/ 00 12 r.o
5:1: 0 T McCarty. . . . . . .lawyer . . . . . . . . . .... . .". .". .". .... JO l0 10 00 I'6 (110) TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
64& SBHymml's" . . . . merchant . . . . . . .. . . . ". 30U a 00 1110M
Ian 4loan . . . . .merchant . . . . . . . . . . u ? ., 3 00 ::1 00 10/; -- ----- .--------
5\1 'Vethey & 1Vng ner. . . merchants . . . :.t.. ". . . . . " ? ? 3 tJO 3 1111 1)0 '
1\7 Barrel Nclanlel . . merchant . . . . ... . . . . . " II ?f .. .? a O0) :J 00 1 liO
1\8 lfodgaon Bros. . . . ". . merchanta . . . . . . . . . . . ? " ? II .. 1100 lIOO 3(10J Special l AttentionGIVF.N !
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59 J J U Hut. . ,. . . . . . hotpl keeper . . . . . . .. . .. . .". " 10 00 10 (1) 100
. 110) Henry 'Vhlpple. . . . merchant . . . . . . .t. . . ." ".. ,". ::1 LO 3: 00 1 r.o
61 U"oo Paddison! .merchant .': . . . . . . . . . . t 9 00J) IHI 4 fill
"n 112 n. J) Hohnea &; 00. . . . merchants . . . ... ... . .. ... . .. .. .. a 900) 300 150 TO :MAIL!\ ORDERS FOR-
I, (13 Jo' J 'Vebb. . . . . . . lawyer . . . . . " " " 0 'a ? " 10 00 11) (IMO II 00
HEAR & TAYLOR, 04 W T. Keerl'r. . . . . . merchant Oo. . . . . . . . . . " " 'a 300 :3 I 011 1 60 Hardware, Tinware, Crockery, Glassware
M F Hobl'rtson. . . . . . . merchant . . . ..;.. . . . . " " II 3 00 3 ()N(I 10 ,
[ = Artesian WellCOMTRACTORS 6U Jo' Hobl'rtson. . . . . . . hotE'l keeper ...'. . . . . . . v. . ". " " III) 00 10 00 1\ 00 Harness and Stoves.
: 67 James E Andrews. . . . . lawyer. . . . . . : : . . . . . . ". a' s. 10 00 10 011( II 00
fib, Fee & t\tl'wart: . . . . merchants . . . . . . . . . . . .", a L a at 0 (1)) U 00 "M
= ; 611 .J M Orrl'l . . . . . . .mere'hant . . . . . . . . . . " " 3 00 3 (1)) 1 00 IWOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly
: 70 EO 'Valkt.r. . . . . . . merchant . . . . . . . .. : . . De '" 591x1.: " ::4 511) 2 511 1 2/\/
I t :! !rmK'A: Eau Gallle Fla. 71. Provost &; Almond.. . . . lIIl'rchanta. . . . . . . . . . . u a 1000... " ." 7110 7 ro 8 7/\/ Jas. Pritchard & Son.
, 72 Chats n I'rovoat.merchant, . . . . . ... . . . . . t 2 lio 2 GO 1 23 <
.II. 73 (0' M Tyler . . . . . hotel keeper . . . . . . . . . " " " 8 3:1: 8 aa 4 17
71' Charlie Hhaben . . . .merchallt . . . . . . . . . . . " a' " 2 r.o ::4 511 1 23 Postofflce Box: 212,
: f 75 1'01 loldehdth . . . lawyer . . . . . . . . . . . .Oct. " II 10lHI) IO 04 6 00
I. Save Your Vegetables 711 4ells &; Uray. . . . . . . ..traveling exhibits fOl"on-eo 77 111' ,4hares & on. . hotel keepera. . :. . . . . . . . " " " -II fill "IOU 20li-l
. 78 John ll'nry. . . . . land agpnti. . . . . . . . . .. . .Tan. 19tH. " 760 7/0/; 3711 - ------- -,
) JJN 71) Philip Dorl'll'h. . . . . . ITIl'rry.grountl :-. . . . . . . .a 14 a .'a aa. t' 1000 ]0' II (Ix I ) FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
.,. .,IN,, ry ur, 80 (0' 11 Houghton. . . . (1I'ntlllt; . : . . . . . . . . . . " 3 u 7 r.o) 7 511 3 73 COLLEGE,
I MITE 81 S 1I1'e'k. . . . . . hott'l . . . . . .1. . . . . . . " " " Is 71'1 11'1 71'1 0 3nSHI'I'I'k. Lake
. .' 82 . . . . . . . Ht'llIn/t. / cigars. . . . . . . . :. " " II ::17.) 3,5 I &ISJ City, Florida.
I ate- ..AEC.M.TN ; SI'4J"lIt'a. . . . . nlt'rl'haut. . . . . . . . . . . .O.t;. II 11)(10, " ". \\OJ( Ullfl 410iii Eighteenth Year
1901
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.ONN TS i MTN .J M Eunis . . . . . . ..lIIer<,hRnt . . . . . . . . . .Jan '.11'101. " 2 141 :.I.II: 1 1& Beginning Sept. ,
A 5 85 Harris Broil. . . . . . lIIt'rt.hantll. . . . . . . . . o..t. JIt\! ) 'a. 'a 'a :3141 3IN 1 iIIJHII Four courses} of four yearn, In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Latin
I. '1' 1)1\1111'1. . . . . . . . d..ntl"t . . . . . . . . . . . " 3 'a 1000 1001 1110 Science, Classics One year's course la Business, Stenography:: Typewriting and
.. N"a 87 itogga & McDowell. . :, .hotel keeperll. . . . . . . . . .Jan 1101. " 'a 111 Oil 111 011 II Mfl8 telegraphy. A preparatory course of one or two years, as required, forthoiewiili.
Wr J 'l'hompllon. . . . 1t'lIIn'Ig'u./ . . . . . . . . . " " " :3 H :3 I 77 1 fin Ing to prepare for the College. Postgraduate courses are also offered.
Ii W, Ifh, tWt.s HIV L KI'l'fl'r. . . . mprl'hllnt . . . . . . . . . " .a " 2 28 :.1/8 1 11tlO Young men under military discipllue. Young women under relining borne ID-
,4,1f,s it! It J. 1\lotlow. . . running one pool tab't.. 1\1110. 23 00 23! C/O/ I2 GOtll fluence at Foster Hall.. Tuition free to Florida students Oilier expenses, rep
.JW Long..g . . running shooting gallery. . . o'eb. 11101. .". " 10 (III 100\) 500 small. Fine modern buildings and first-class equipment..
f Oa .T 'V Long. . . . . . . . mer'hallt . . . . . . . . . . " h a aa 2: Ofl l 011 1 n3 For catalogues, address
''SA.N, 9:1: .J R Reach Co . . . . . druggiats l . . . . : . . . . . ()('t. 1f111O. " 3:I 00 :2 tlO 1 .0 T. H. TALIAFERRO Ph D.
m C1SER 04 Ilarrilion Broil. . mlnlltrpl show . . . . . . . . 'eb.. 1IIJ1, " //I 00 Ii OU 2.0 C. E., ,
. . . . ... . . . . . " " .. 2 (III President."Sa'n .
11'1)' (0' n Orr. . . . . . . . merchant . :": 2 (1(1 10 .
i Protect orchids, gardens, eotW, corn, 911) The East; Coast Feed Co merchants . ,. . . . . . . . . ,; .. 2: IMP 2 00 00
: 'tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, and all 97 E: P Branch . . . . . . real estate agent. . Oo. . . . " " 1III\ ( ) 6 tltl S j1 I
I other fruits and vegetables from the 1)8 J A Haisten . . . . merohant. . .. . . . . . . . . . Mc.. " " ." I 175 1 73; fIB The'Nation's
DU Mraarah (} Ol""on. . . .hotel keeper . . . . . . . . . . II u a " Ii Ma 5 83 2 1)2 lIJrateo"
savages of Insects without the use of . . . . . . " r.o
100 Brooks; WertOlOld. : merchllntd . . . . . \pr. 2 I 1\0( 75
poison or spray. Send $1.00 for sample 101 'hlO Fort Pierce Drug 00. druggists . . . . t. . . . . . " " " 1 b( I0; Best Cigar
., trap by mail.AGENTS. 10:1: F W 1Vlllee.. . . . . . . merchant . . . . . . t.. . . " " " -I 6 v 460 2 273:
WANTED IN EVERY 03' J 0 Frlnk . . . . . . . ., merchant; . . . . . . . . .. . . ..Oat. 11100. " 3:I 011 3 00 1 110
104 RobtAJohnaton. . . running boarding 1H>Ulf4t. . . . May" ".. " I Ij 417 208 It.'... nIl.Ii'lo.ldn.
COUNTY. Address, .101'1' If R Olmstead. . . . merehant . . . . . . . . . . e&. 29410. " 300 300 11)0
J. B. SUTTON, Seed.man, IOU Wm 1'01 hall . . . . . . . I"l'rchant; . . I' . . ._ . . . . Apr 4 11101. .. 1 110 1 'il' 7/S/ ,.
Ooala, Fla. 107 0 W Crabb. . . running livery stab? . . . . . .o..t. II11H " t f 1Oil 5. 00 2 1i0211i Why buy Imported cigars, made from doctored itl
l See local notice In another column. \it Uobtortll. . . . . : merchant . . . . . . . . . . Apr. 1001. " I M I 1\11 1/\/\ opium aDd other drugs heavy tropical tobacco,
when '
IOU Urpgl'rI! A 'rORt.. lawyer. . . . . . . . . . . . . Sfay " ',: a 4 17 4 17 2011 ? yon can have the pure Florida leaf at a bve.edprice
110 Gen N Hatch... . . running trade boat .. . . . . . OA .. II 4 lu 4 111 :i 011III
-Please mention the ADVOCATE when it Coom. . . . . . .runnlnltreataurant. . . . . . . " " II 20 :.10810\: FREE BY MAIL I TO ANY . 4L01
writing. advertisers. 112 Mrs A n: toItl'wart. . . . merchant . . . . . . . . . . . Junt' " " I 2.'i' 1/\: 63 } BOX of 23.. . . . . . .
113 Taylor ]lot mess . . real estate dealers . . . . . . II II .. 333 :a:13: 1 1 67 ADDRESS. .... BOX of BO.. . . . . . '1.1
r ty: We would esteem the favor If our 114 A V Lansing.! . . . . ruggist . . . . . . . . . . . .M" u u .a II 1 011 1 Oil 1i0
,readers, when writing or calling upon '113 1'JDeitteuben. . . ,. . .lawYl'r. . . . . . . . . . . . . ay a' 'a u II 1111 410 2(44 .. \N'. : eO)7VLE
( car advertiser to purchase merchandise, 1111 A 8 Brock" . . . . . . . IIIl'rl'lllUlt . . . . . . . . . . Jul) II II ,. 73:; 73 g8: j ,
.to., would mention the ADVOOATB.1VALTON 117 PAMoMillan . . . . .merchant.'a " ".. II. H 71 31 SAN MATEO, FLA.
118 Hull & 1\lartln. . . . . lIIerdlantli . . . . . . . . . . " a ". 7/1/ /\ :IS _. -- ,-- _
CALKING TOOL Is one of 119 .J'1' Bl'vll.. . . . . . . ..running livery dt-Rbll!'. . . . . . ()(,t.II lIIc! ). II b 110 5 0(1( 2iO12t : -
the best things for boalbullders and ) 1V J Ha an. . . . . . . .rnerdll\lIt . . . . . . . . . . July" 1'HII.' " 73; j\: :lv <>
yachtsmen ; price ....ot) and $8.00each.:: 121 ''''UoldtJl1Ilth.. . . . merchant . . . . . . . . . . . .Nept;' " " 2\: ;23 1:1: N""I<> SETS.
J For sale at Jas. Piitchard & Sou's, 122: Mies Fannie Carter.. ' merchant . . . . . . . . . . u.. " .. 23; 23; 13 ,
Tltusvllle, Fla.

A. D. 1'JtNorICY: County Judge of said 1 County, do certify that the foregoing Is. correctliven under my hand YELLOW\VIUTE DAVVERS 2Octs.( Qt Prepaid; SOcts. Pk., $1,75 Bu., Not Prepaid:
Tenth.lonlal. and olllclal seal of County this :37th day of September, A. D. 11)01.) BERMUDA ILVEHSKIX 2ota.; Qt, Prepaid; foot*. Pk., '1.80 Bu., Not Prepaid.
A. I). PEXXEYl BEIUrUDA RED $: SCta.Qi., Prepaid ; $1.\0 Pk., $3.00 BII., SotPnp-J ,
James C. Wlgnall Boat Builder, No. 015 WHITE :
County 3Scts.Qt.
Judge. Prepaid NotPrep
WiiTTB"'lVvRi'r'. ; 1.60 Pk..01/ Bn.,
Warren Kensington, Philadelphia.
I yy.
SOcts.
Prepnii
Qt., Prepaid Not
J.. O. Walton K:II' ., Tltusvllle, Fla. : ; $1.25:: : ,
) Onion I
Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Ma. CHURCH NOTICES. ASIA AND CHINA -FOR SALE BYIlobt. ready Or"_ !.?. >,BSeet1' American grown, now_ andI'n. Imported I
crop American
shines are In use In my boat shop and ,, u "dend: for grown Turnip Seeds.
are regarded as au Invention of great'i L Motlow Catalngue.
There will\ be services at the Presby. It Is characteristic American enterprise ,
utility. It saves time and labor, and Is of CAMERON.
erlan church, Tltuavllte\ next Sunday. : Tltusvllle and Cocoa, Fla.. The Seed Store
anti that advertising
boats
of /great service in calking light thoroughness an 12.;>> East
where beauty of ticUh Is desired, and It Preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:1p.: .m. ; pamphlet, issued by the passenger. I Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.IHJCTA .
does not'bruise the seams like the old Sunday school D: 15/ a. m. and Young department of a railroad, treating of a Illroon TULtPaAmi
Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor, at I ---- ..
method of calklug. I cheerfully recommend country on the other side of the world -- -
It as well adapted to meet the ordinary 3 :10; p. m. i should be strictly up to date as regards The Olle E.tabliehelrain and 8e .l House III the Scala
requirement of the trade. The third quarterly meeting of the geographic, historical and political.facts.
Yours truly, J AS. C. ,noor ALL.11r. Oeorglnna: and Melbourne charges of the No. 28 of the New York Central's ]o'ollr. :
Wlgnall's: boat shops are adjoining 1\(. E. church will\ D. V., be held' at City Track Seiies" treats of the Chinese Empire .
Wm. :.
Clamp's Hhl|>building yards. lIe I. build- }Point Oct. 6th and Oth. Quarterly conference as it exists today. The large colored 1 A. Sours: & 0
fim the boats for the coon-of-war thatwere Saturday: at 4 p. in., at the map Is a new one corrected by In-
built by Messrs. Cramp ,fr Co. residence of Dr. Holmes Sabbath Services formatloDseciired from the allied\ powers.
CV-l'or: sale by J.ts. Prkchnrd yon : preaching at 10..IO::) a. m., by Rev. The descriptive article' embodies 20 GRAIN, HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
4---- -- -- ,----- - J.'O. A. Martin Presiding. \ Elder, followed \ I year.' experience In that country and uw1 .M.u1r ,p, 4,11 ,
nrAll an advertising medium, no by Sacramental service. Love fount, the pamphlet is of Interest to every one j. ... .* Flour Grits Fertilizers
paper on the East Coast can beat the 1:10:) 1'. m. At :2 o'clock p. m. Bro Martin who In watching the !growth of American fHTBJM MHIS; Meal and
ADVOCATE. Give us a trial adv., will\ preach .a sermon to the young commerce with the Orient.. No. 28 Kn $3.20 eT.fgoia.MJ.Agu. m East FLA.
and be convinced of the pink paper' people. All are Invited to these services, will bo sent post-paid for five cents sent : Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE,
worth. also to partake of and contribute to the to George II. Daniels, General Passenger for !-ur-naFeed. Warehouse on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant SPae
---J -- basket dinner at 1.1 m. Agent, New York
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j-' Reading notice sits on this page I When writing\ advertisers, please =
am live cent per line per week. fjtf The ADVOCATM: does job printing r rtf'- Deed blanks sold at this office. mention the A TOC.\TL The ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing!













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