Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: October 4, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00367
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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LOCAL NEWS CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH -Every Friday bargain day at Gard- I -Gardner makes special prices Fri -Mr, J. U. Sams, of Courtenay, won AMONG THE HOTELS.

Gallery,Tltusvllle, and look at samples ner's, Tltusvllle. days. a visitor In Tltusvllle, yesterday III I

id Topics of General Interest -Dr. Holmes, of City Point, was a -The Board of County Commissioners -Mrs. Philip Leonardl, of Osteen Is -Mr. ,S. F. Travis, of Cocoa, was a Where to stop along the East Coast
visitor In Tltusvllle last Saturday. will meet In :Tltusvllle next week. visiting Mrs. J. A. Collins In Tltusvllle visitor In Jacksonville the first of the See list of hotels on .7th page. '

THE ADVOCATE, -Mr. C. U. Nauman, of the Haulover, FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO i -Dr. B. R. Wilson of this place, wasa week. The new Despland Hotel, Daytona, .

$1.50/ per annum, In advance. was a visitor In town the first of the Dr. Dodson, near Court-house. !i visitor at Clifton Wednesday on professional Parties are at work painting the Flo., Is nearing completion. I.
week business. Florida East
.. Coast Railway station at
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1.00 six months, -A nice fence has been put around this Where to stop In Tltusvllle See TI.
2.00 per an. to foreign countries -Mrs, Wm. Jarvls, of Cocoa, was a the Wesson cottage, back of the ADVOCATE -Mrs. Pierre S. Titus, who has been place < tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page. '
visitor to Mrs. A. D. Penney, In Tltusvllle office this week.'! spending the past month at Aokworth, After a week of rain and unsettled It

When subscribe for the ADVO- on Monday. Miss Ga., returned home yesterday. weather we are now enjoying old time The Palmetto Inn, Palmetto. Florida
you -Mrs. M. Frazer and daughter, '
1 I. for the under the
Florida open season management
|TB by the year It does not cost youtree -Capt. J. O. Walton's house In South Bessie, left Hotel Kensington, New Several yards around town have autumn. of Mr. B. F. Wade.
cents per week, postage included. Tltusvllle Is for rent, furnished. Applyat York, on Tuesday for the Valencia hotel been put In excellent: order the paRt) -Mrs. J. E. Bettler, of llookledge,

Note date of expiration printed upon this office. St. Augustine. week. There Is still room for more to who has been spending sometime at Hotel St. Andrew, New York, under I
follow. Conn returned home Mon the management of Mr. Cbas. U. Davis, ,
ftjr paper or wrapper every week. This -Mr. Tom Decker, who has been at Conductor and Mrs. G. Wooddall, Seymour, on Is meeting with much the
prosperity,
la receipt for your money. No need! Jensen for the past four months was In of Miami, have returned from Atlanta, -Mrs. E. W. Hall, of this place, was day. house at times, being full to overflow-
IT us to send receipt for subscription Tltusvllle a day or so the first of the where they have been summering, and among those who attended the Pioneers' -Dr. J. M. Dixon, of Tltusvllle, who Ing. jl
he date gives/: It to you. week. are again at home. picnic at Oleander Point Cocoa, on has been In Jacksonville for the past
Wednesday.Mr. two three week. returned home Mr. Geo. E. de Walter, master of ceremonies
or
,
-Rev. J. A. Hughes and family have -Prof. J. D. Teeter of Sebastian, of l last year's great ball at the I
JTHB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on moved into the Shu Its cottage on the who had been In 'J'ituavll1e for several E. Ben Carter, road master cl Wednesday Breakers, Palm Bench, u now In New t ,

jla at the following news-stands, at five river front, adjoining the MoFarland days In the Interest of school matters, Florida East Coast Railroad, was a visitor -Mr. L. M. Murray, representing York. He Informs ua that he will again
jnts per copy : residence.Dr. returned to his home on Monday. In Tltusvllle on Tuesday We acknowledge Marx Bros., the popular wholesale house be at Palm Beach this winter,
iTItusville. R.,Wilson & Son. a short call of Jacksonville
was a south
and )Mrs. O'ConneU'and the -Capt. Fred Scobte after spending a passenger
I J. B. Screven.JackllonvllleDuval Mr. O. D. Soavey. of Hotel Champlaln.
I hotel. Misses Stebblns expect to leave Brook- few days at home, returned to Grant : -Mr. W. J. Nesbltt, of Eau Gallic, yesterday.Mr. Lake Champlain, N. Y., and the Mag.noil '
lyn for Indian Kiver and Lake Worth Tuesday where he will look after the who has been spending time Robert "
News stand, Union depot some aNew "oleman of LaGrange, a. Springs hotel, Fla., Is to have the
the coming winter mullet at bill father's fish house. York was a passenger on Mondays left here, Mon'jay. for Bartow where he Aspinwall the flue hotel now being

Reading notice ads are ten cents : -Mr. Geo W. Sooble came up from' -Contractor P. J. Hall has moved In- southbound train en route home. will be a student at the South Florida built at Lonox, Mass

it B3P: line on this pace.Mr. his Hub camps Friday to spend a day or to the cottage/ .Just north of the residence Misses Christine and Annie Nor Military Institute Nearly all beads of departments and ,
so with his family. He returned to of-M aj. Taylor: recently vacated wood, of Tltusvllle, who have been visitIng DUREtf WILL SELL YOU A BAR principal members of the Orroond force '

- R. L. Motlow, of this place, was Fort Pierce Monday.Mr. by Mr. and Mrs.. II. H. Wooddall. their sister, Mrs. J. F. Mitchell, at of Soap for ft cents and give you a of last season are to return for the coming .

visitor in Cocoa the first of ,the week. W. J. Dyerand'farolly; of Stuart, -Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler have Cocoa, for some time, returned home on towel. 100 bars of soap for $,&, \() and season. The office force Is unchanged

-Dr. and Mrs. J. D. DIBol, of New who have been spending some time at been sojourning; at their beautiful TuesdayMr. five you 100 towel. except: In the position of night cleric I''

ork, expect to leave for Cocoa aboute Seabreeze, were passengers on Monday's northern home, Satantoe, Mamaroneck, J. E. M. Hodgson and family, -Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings and The Breakers Seabreeso closed to
,
first week In November.Mr. southbound train en route home. N. Y., for a couple of weeks or so. of Eau Gallie, who have been spending son, prominent residents of Tlbbals, the public last Monday morning after

- P. E. Puckett, a temporary Quite a large number of Jackson John Penfield, of Ormond, and bill the summer In, North Carolina, were were visitors to Jacksonville last Tuesday fairly successful spaaon. This hotel

ember of the ADVOOATB staff, spent a ville residents have been in New York later Miss Gertrude, have been visiting passengers on Wednesday's southboundtrain Wednesday, will. be leased to a party' whose name I.I

ty In Cocoa the first of the week. the past few weeks" ; many having. come their father, Mr. E.M. Penfield, at en route home -Mr. T. )M. Rlckardsof Boca Ratone, not yet made public, who promises to

-Mr. D. B. Pritchard, who has been up specially to see the yacht! race the Mount Pleasant House in the White -Mr. Chas. If. Garthside, cashier of the manager of Mr. Henry. M. Flagler's make It an Ideal resort both winter and

siting In Sheffield, Alabama, for sev- -Mr. R. J. Bites Jacksonville's prominent Mountains.Mr. the Bank of Bay Blicayne, Miami, accompanied orange grove at the above place, was a summer,

al weeks past, returned home on Mon. jeweler, with Messrs. Bowden, Walter Hitching' the merchant by his wife and daughter, visitor I In Tltusvllle, Tuesday !Mr. Fred O. King, one of the most

>y. McMurray Jones, were met by an at Stuart who has been with his familyat are stilt sojourning the In New York, where be Judge D. L. Gaulden and family popular chief clerk. In the country, who .

-Mr. Geo. F. Miles, of St. Augustine, ADVOCATK representative In New Yorka Seabreeze for some time past, was a seen they In are that enjoying vast city many sights to !got oil for DeLand last Saturday, where baa been at the United State hotel,Sara
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10 Is still making his headquarters at few days ago. passenger on Monday's southboundtrain they will remain until next toga, all the summer arrived at the Victoria .
mfret Center Conn. in New en route Lome. -Mrs. E., E. Rollins and Mrs. L.. O. allow the children to attend Stetson hotel, Broadway, New 'forkbthl.
was -Mr. H. Miami
> T. Whaler, of was In \
week. He will usual be
ork: a couple of days Biro.Messrs. Tltusvllle day or so the first of the -Mr. W. R. Walker, Sr., who has Brannlag, of Titusville, who have been University. a* ,
the nine week In Savannah Royal Poiaclana l'alm Leach this winter -
spending past ,
week after his business been employed In Mr. Scoble' branch
looking :
- Wm. M. Brown, John B. Jewelry Ga., Carthage and Raleigh, N. C., returned -Sheriff Bro..o,has been a very busy "
at this point. He returned home on house at Grant, was a visitor In Titus.yule
the
man week.
Illy and Chas. H. Oarthslde will home much to the delight past Almost every day
repre- from until when yesterday, Capt. Ernest Allen, a former superintendent
Miami at the 111*er and :Harbor Con Monday. Friday ,Monday, of their many friends. he Is to be seen going somewhere or returning of the swimming pool etc. at
he returned td Grant. ,
Use, in Baltimore, next week: -Mrs. Frank T. Budge, of Miami, -ever on the alert for' the oonnty' Palm Beach, la In New York,
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who -Prof. John M. Latlln of New York Judge D. Penney was A passenger Interest. wbet'e
has been her ,
- opt A. M. Taylor, of the Casino, St. visiting parents, Calt.and train turned from Uumftton, Bermuda 1
on Tuesday's'southbound en routeto
and Mrs Jas. Trltohard, in Tltusvllle Informs us that he will leave for Tltusvllle -Attorney M. Goldsmith be has been managing.a hotel. lie ex.
ugustine, Informs us that he his Cocoa, where, yesterday, he spoke to of Titus- .
fpr the past two weeks, returned to her about the 15th of October to spend vllle who hall been to atbletlo club In New
fe expect to be In the Ancient City the Pioneers at their annual plonlo at confined to his home poets open an
out the tlrst' week' In November., He home last Sunday.Contractor: River about seven usual or eight months and on Indian Oleander point. He returned home yesterday for nearly three months is now much York or Brooklyn, ., he inform the AD

ita In New York this week. J. A, McDonald, of Palm as hunting fishing. and reports an enjoyable time. Improved, and expects to be at his : VOCATE.Mrs. .
Beach, was In Tltusvllle last Saturday -Mr.Cbaa. IL Walton Is now making ounce In a few days
-Miss Mary Shaffler, of Canaveral -Senator and Mrs. E. N Dlmlok and M, l bill Hotel
at Kensington
10 has been visiting her sister, Mrs. trying to get: through to Jacksonville] headquarters son, of Palm Uoach have returned from -On accout of the rainy weather the St..Augustine, who has been managing ,
but there be Fifth and LVh New York.
s. Gerry of Rockaway Beach N. Y., appearing to no opportunity -: Ills avenue hotel street and their trip to Buffalo, Canada and Michigan Cherokee Club dance for 'last Wednesday the Clarendon Springs/ hotel, ,Vermont, ,
for several he returned a a large number -
home ,
days
very '
oozy
about a year, expects: to return of Floridians and and have been stopping at the eve lug was withdrawn, A regular this summer, was In New York, with i
the home of Col and Mrs. Hogan -:Mr. Ernest Vanlandlngham left here there. Georgians stay Marlborough hotel New York, this dance will be given b.v this club next her daughter/ Miss Bessie, last week, en ,

a coming winter. last Tuesday for Chattanooga Tenn., week. They will soon be making their .Wednesday evening.Dr. route to Florida. W* understand Mrs.

.- 1Iss Helen Miller, who has just reined where he goes to enter the Chattanooga -Mr. T. Kruz. of White City, a form way homeward. B. R. Wilson, of this place, wasa Frnzer did a satisfactory business at her 1
Medical the ADVOCATE wait Vermont hotel r
College for a full course. His correspondent ,
from a trip to the Pan-American on southbound
-Miss Florence Robinson, one of the passenger yesterday's
visitor In Tltusvllle Mr.
last
friends wish him all kinds of a Friday.
position, was an arrival In Tltusvllle many SUCCORS most popular young ladles of Eden, wan train, en route to Jensen to see Mr. R. Mr. It. \V. Searls, cashier of Hotel I
In which the ADVOCATE KI'uS-wa.! en route to the northern partof
turday. Ml MS Miller has been 'enjed joins. the State visit but In Tltusvllle Monday, leaving Tuesday R. Itloou's children who have been quite Royal 1'olnolana, Palm Beach was at If', I
to teach the LaGrange school The' editor endorses the -on a was com sick for several the Waldorf-Astoria New York few \ i
strongly pelled to stay here until Monday on I morning; for Rollins, College, Winter days a )
d commenced on her duties Monday action of Gen. Chas 11. Grosvenor, in account of the washout on the railroad. Park, where she will be ft student the -Miss Beatrice Sanders of Indlanola days ago: and Informed an ADVOOATBrepresentative \ I
,
requiring a certain share of the proceed While tbat he would fill the same ): ,
coming term. in Tltusvllle she
of N.
CaptOrogass Newcastle II. was a
passenger on Tuesday's northbound
II, the coming'winter, again be ,com- from the RIde of his book to be set aside Archdeacon B. F. Brown ,who has was the guest of Mrs, James Goldsmith. train en route to DeFuolak' position the coming season. He has just I
for Monument Fund. been at Hill N. II. with Mrs returned from to Yellowstone Park .
a McKinley Our Sugar trip
odore
Clarence of the Ormond squadron, and readers will see an advertisement of this Browu all the summer, writes to the -Indian River LoJge/ No. 00, 11', & A. Springs the where she will be a studlent at and baa been hundred of mile! on an ,'1'with
pt. White of the Portsmouth DeFujnlalr Normal .
M. will bold memorial services for their School
book In another column of this paper. ADVOCATE that be has been enjoying automobile a friend. :
IIVY Yard will be master of one of the deceased brother President William
the magnlflclent and cool climate -We wish all of subscribers I
our
armored cruisers the same squad- -Mrs. Scrlmgeour met with quite a there; and Is scenery thorough enjoying McKinley, at the Presbyterian church, would kindly look at the name and TVa many friend of Mr. and Mrs. I

n. serious accident'at the Indian River himself' He left Sugar Illll Saturday Tituivllle at 11 a. m., Sunday, Oct I'.Mi.: date slip on the and Allan Alnille, of the Maplewood hotel
or
paper : .
hotel last Friday. In some she fell The address will be delivered wrapper Maplewood, N. II. will sympathize with
way the
-Attorney Geo. A. Worley, one of for Baltimore, where he will remain until by sea If they are not In arrears. If so, of
iami's well known legal lights; was to the floor, and put out both hands to be returns to Tltusvllle. chaplain. All the brotbren are requestedto i please send the small amount due us. them In the loss Mrs. Aloslle's father ,
'served on Broadway New. York protect herself, and In doing so sprained meet at the lodge room at 10:30 a. m. I who died at Pompton Lakes, N. J., on. :
w days J both wrists, the right one suffering the -The Seaboard Air line Is to Invade Owing to Inability of members to attend Friday of last week. Mr. Smith was
ow his ago. around Mr. Worley Gotham seems to most. While she is not confined to her the Indian River country. The branch -Mr. W. J. Tucker and wife, who a regular: meeting, a special, meeting one of the- leading business men of ;j

)II. Mr. way pretty room, still her accident Is quite painful line running; from Orlando to Oviedo have been In Kentucky for some time of the Hoard of public Instructionwill Pompton Lake, and was thoroughly respected ;'
returned Miami
udnraday.Worley to and Improvelllllo"ly. and Lake Charm Is to be extended to 'past tisitingheir. daughter Mrs. U. II. be held, at Tltusvllle. on Prldav for bis strict Integrity. ,
3oc Mr. Wm. M. Brown president ofe -Mrs. L. C. ehuyler and her sister, the Indian River near these places. This route home. Mr. Tucker Informed an and Atb lusts. Hotel Kensington t Fifth avenue and I

Bank of Biscayne Bay, Miami, gen- Mrs. W. L. Livingston, of Flatbush will give the East Coast a competitorwith ADvocATE reporter that when he got 15th street New York baa done a phenomenal -
ally manages to spend from Saturday avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y." valued subscribers the Flagler road. When the above. lo Jacksonville: his only chance In reach- -General John B. Gordon, the Idol business of {fate, many applicants -

til Monday or Tuesday with his fam- to the ADVOCATE have just returned road was constructed about nine years log; home was by the Clyde St. Johns of the Confederacy, and who I I. also for room having been turned away I

at New Hartford, C. no. lIe Is mak- home after spending over a yearIn ago under the name of East Florida and river steamer line, as Its truck was not much beloved bal classes of citizens during the time the races were on. This
K his. headquarters at the,Grand hotel, England and on the Continent of Atlantic Ry., It was the Intention to overflowed. Arriving at Sanford by all over the United States' passed botel has a very efficient and obliging J; I
ow York. Their visit abroad was de- build to the Indian River. The proposed steamer he came over on the branch to through Titnsville yesterday en route to office staff as follows Geo. C. Howe, I
i light, and they have returned to etension is about 33: miles In Tltusvllle only to find that he might Miami and Havana. proprietor; A. Farnesworth formerly of :

-Mr. E. I.. Brady and daughters; the l i America much recuperated ID health ength.-Fort Myers J>r ess. rave remained In Jacksonville, for the -Among the recent arrival the Miller house, Great Harrington.USM ,
at the
axes Aline and Daisy Brady, returned I Itia. Schuyler may spend part of the Florida East Coast track bad. been repaired Indian River hotel .*.) manager; Edwin F, Ackerly sod f
rituiville Monday. They have had winter on Indian and- Banana rivers. -The ADVOOATB, In nnder many ob- l, and he was obliged to remain J. A. are the following I. J. Turner, room clerks* Henry Lar- '

ite an outing having visited Newrk :The ADVOCATE follows Brooklyn.Mr. ligation. to Mr. A. Becker, of Montreal here and wait for the first through train II. II.McDonald HOWM Jos R. K. Chaffer.. Miami; klos, night clerk; Chas. E. Veasy book
, the Canada-a regular winter resident at Davson, II. Stein' A.
Pan-American Philadelphia, Jacksonville keeper; Fred Brunlng steward
to return home Mr. ; r,
Louis New York J.
Kwiatkowskl formerlyof II. .
; Hatch ,D. L.
'uniagton. City Point-for three editions of the Jordan head
Louis Brlx chef
They were obliged to stop Tucker said lie had spent a delightful ; Sol. Williams,
Broadway New B' Lenin
P.
?r a day or at Jensen was met on Montreal Star The Royal Welcome ; ;; T. Douglass J. E. Langley J. '
so St. to A. head
Augustine month at Wllllamsburg and Crab Orchard porter; George: waiter;
and he Informed Judge Gaines Leesbnrg
>it for York, a few days ago, edition ; J. N.
edition a magnificent
repairs on the railroad before gotten Ky. and spoke In high term of Bertha Norton housekeepers !
,
"y could reach home. our reoresentatlve that he was now Interested up for the occasion of the visit of the Shellan Baltimore! _, ; C. G. Hesse, New
these
in mining In Mexico, for which Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and places as summer resorts borne and smyrna' j. Tongue/ DeLand; E. Ben' Mr. Geo. W. Morton, formerly of

-Judge Penney dealt out law to some place he Intended to return this week. York to Canada; The Industrial edition, would not have returned to his Cartorf H. HappersettHt.. ;, Augustine; Mortonhurst, Banana River Fla., I.I
,
unders last Saturday who wanted to ills wife Is visiting relatives Californiafor 'plotoral'' edition of the Industries of at Fort Fierce called so soon, had not pressing IIymao, Ocala; T. M. Rlckards : now the> general manager, cashier and ,

'ad guilty. The following Is the rec- a few weeks. Mr. Kwlatkowskl was Montreal and Quebec and The Memorial business him. I Boca Itatone; A. F. Barbour, Nashville.. ; treasurer of the Hamilton Hotel Co.,
I: Tom Canaan plead guilty: to carry. anxious: : to learn about all his friends In Edition upon the death of President w. 1C. Gage Augusta; T. N. Decker, whose office are on 45th street New { I

;concealed weapons, and to aggravat- he pineapple region, and said he hoped IcKluley. All the column rules are Illldltch Steam Laundry. Jensen York, where he also manage very fine t ,I

assault two counts for which the to return to that section some day. turned In this edition, and the story of apartment bouse, the Hamilton This ,
ack dge gave him six: : months for each; the life and death of our martyred prow Basket will leave office of Southern Horse for Sale. fine house Is a new, strictly fireproof J I !

> Hawk plead guilty to the same horse Wanted. Ident Is fittingly told, showing the genhw Express Co., every Tuesday morning. apartment hotel containing every. modern "A

urges, and he too was presented with Ice sympathy and brotherly interest of R. W. JorvElt, Agt. A Morgan bred combination buggy comfort and convenience. A personal i.
:
year
; Mose Brown plead guilty to Marsh pony mare, young, well broken the Canadians for America. and saddle animal. Spirited stylish and. Inspection by an ADVOOATB rep- I
Tying concealed which costn resentative showed that It
weapons, and sound. Cash down. I I. absolutely
perfectly No
For Sale. gentle. ehesp
six Yawl plug.
Ored months AU the prisoners were L. U. BRAIXABD:! Grant Fla. House for Sale. Address, W. M. F.Turmbull. perfect In every detail of construction
decoration
and location. The
Y ""Irene," 44 feet over all, 15 foot Fl*. furnUhod apartment 41SJ

"Pty Sugar Two Mules. For Sale.Tfwo A nine room house nicely ,finished beam, draught 2J: Inches aft, cabin 191 of*! one room or or unfurnished, consist and d
and lllco Barrels. many rooms, j
feet long Ill feet wide (0 feet and 2lnobes ,
and In good condition located near the 2fotlce., can be arranged for
family or
any
for ale Address- mouse colored mules, about eight I court house on the corner of Palm and'almetto i high, 10 wIDdo",.. Divided In fire private bachelor. There are plenty of bathroom any t

WALTER, years old, good, strong and gentle for I Sta. Apply on premises) or to I rooms by curtains on spring rollers The registration, book of the Town of ., but no kitchen. The service In-
8 A. MOORS, sale. Address M. 1>. L. Do ,*ojr, and brasH rods, Toilet room, with over. ritusvlll are now open at the Bank. clad.. a loog distance telephone elec- i
George St., Charleston, S. C. S. ADVOCATE Office. 8m Titnsville Fla. flow pump and stationary wash bowl. Hook will remain trio ,
V. G. open until the ...0- light steam heat, hot, cold and Ice
Two double folding; berth with new IDS of October 18. all
w.cert Bight elevator and hall service..
auncli for Sale at a Bargain.' Situation Wanted. Photography, Picture Frames stool hair mattresses, 3 couch., 2 rockers a W. 8. BaAtduaro, The dining and reception room open
chain 3 tables seats
folding
and tahle eight; Town Clerk. Iron the entrance hall on the main floor, f
Mouldings. bedding ware new ,
stove lampsand
!tulle** tf"** close,naphtha launch A young man of good business ability : cooking ptePlla. for six: 'persons. the European restaurant I la ,of either the American order of S}

Seven hot beam, six horse desire. to connect himself with a reliable Portrait Landscape and Marine Photo las 9x9 cockpit with canopy, new all, Catboat Wanted. service and cuisine highest
tfne, built by Gas Engine: Power concern on the East Coast. Has bad a I graphs.. Portraits In all the latest styles. anchor and cable; rigging< la good shape, erate. Mr. Morton, and the price mod-

tied"of ? ?. ne'8n' New almost 'thorough college education and a Dumber I Old pictures copied and enlarged to any good; wheel and steering gear; locker A good twenty or thirty foot catboat this house and... has a good thing to la
,
are pleased note
to be In first-lass order, of year experience In office work size and finished la any style desired aDd large forecastle with one berth; with cabin, In good conditions Wanted OUr old and
". For terms, etc.. apply to handling of men and selling good Can' Fldda.lews for ..... Work finished easy to handle, good sailer; sound, does for cruise on Indian River. Address with so much esteemed friend Mrs I I.and meeting ,
PVTER NEWOX:! furnish best of references. for amateurs at trade prices. not leak. For farther particulars) address with full :Jpartloulars. Morton's success. Mrs.
daughter will spend this wlntdr
Titnsvilie, Fla. Address HUSTLER. F, M. TATLOR.TItusTllle J. T. \V ATJUI". Or E. AxoaEws, with her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs ,
Daytona S
Mti.rrr *
Fla. tf ADVOCATE Office. Fla. Tlbbala.l18. 3t West '
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out bin shingle.: : The latter worked it three. The president took them smiled A WORTHY SUCCESSOR. HANNE :saos..1
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up and brought suit against the crt,. reachnd Into his pocket and banded a

lie won, and as a consequence :the woman the boy at dollar. The youngster put 8otaethl. New Under The San." Adams JACKSONVILLE !
12.18-1248 West Street
'was able\ to provide herself with bis band All doctor have to cure
a comfortable home and a "rainy day" ward ftfj by the use of powders, acid gases Inhal-

fund. The'only reward Major McKin- "No, sir; .<. Liquor
ley got w4hls services says Sir Gardner bravely. dry up the tnticuous membranes,

'fts5u was /the pleasure which a good The president' smiled again, returnedthe I I causing them to crack open and bleed.

man derives from the performance of cola Ito ibis Docket, nodded thanks The po.welful acids used In tbe Inhalers .:...Oldest house in the city.--- !
a good dsefl. and was ,whlikad away while the 4ud have entirely eaten away the same membranes -:

Young McKInley was once
a medical cllMit sued for alleged mal- watched th0 carriage until It we out cure, while paste and ointments cannot Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis Bea
reach the diH> ,U/e. An old and experienced r
OS V pAr l practice ,in setting a broke. leg. It of sight practttloneer who has for many

was suspected without means of proof Fhyeldlansand others.who have been I years made a lose study and specialty of OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
being provided, that the claim was the n.eatmen..t CATAKUH has at last ,
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attendance' President Prices.
McKluley for
what la the of In faithfully By-Call or send
legal slang corporation perfected treatment. which when ,
r damag>e ults Is called "a fake snap." are bc>gl.nlng' repeat Incidents and used not'only relieves at once, but -

counsel had scraps of.lIoDver atlon which throw Interesting CATARRH, by removing -
Tbepllllntllr'l ocularly permanently cores i
exposed ,the malpractlced fog to the ,sldii illghts on the personality the cause,stopping the discharges : 2.P: .RRY :t\I.I:.. ..SO &
jury .oracularly showed the nodes of the uutlon'H. executive. One of the and curiogall Inflammation. It Is tbe X CO.

.d1 nLrz Spar.NA which 'were the alleged palpable evidences most touching stories was repeated the only remedy tnown to science that actually Importers and Wholesale Dealers_
other day by 'a physician who assisted reaches 'the afflicted parts. This
the
of want of medical skill
at the Ilr -operation In the Pan-Amer wonderful renwuly known as "SN UF-
.
DVOC TE when was McKInley restoring exclaimed the clothing aatthe of plaintiff the I tend correspondent emergency; hospital of the, Buys New a York Buffalo CURE FLES the" and GUARANTEED Is sold at the extremely CATARRH low Wines Liquors and Cigars

limb "Now let ua see your other leg," Press. The.doctor said price of One Dollar, each package containing ,
: '
which After! very excusable -.dbject ions Internal and external medicine
to from his "When-we, bad! administered the.ether sufficient for full month's treatmentand Pure
as policy attorney was ex a Forn.d.a1o: : : Ryoe
to President Md'inley as a preliminary -
hlblted. everything necessary to perfect use
The new exhibit which proved to to tbe first operation and Just as "SNUFFLES" 4s the only perfect CATARRH Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky; > I

have been duly marked with India Ink be was sinking Into unconsciousness! CUREever made and Is now heated warehouse and absolute pure and free from all 'adulteration. Th'cwifooJ!
STORIES OF IWKJNLEY. we saw his Jlps move. Bending over recognized as the,only safe and positivecure
Lobe
showed the same nodes, that were upon are pronounced by all connoisseurs without an equal and are regarded
for that and dlgustlng die.ease. by
annoying ; the
the otb.or.ileg and proved that. ,as McKInley the prostratetorm" : that we might catch It cures all Inflammation quicklyand medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of Invalids.
what alas might to be his last
Wittily: remarked was Dame prove permanently and is also quick tj re- FERNDALE RYE Is put up_In plain cases containing no marks whatever
beard but distinctly ,'Ota
words faintly -
Memories of the President' Nature who had been guilty >of mal- we lieve IIAYFEVERoroold la the HEAD. FULL QUARTS In each case, and delivered to you all charges
practice. a part ot the Lord's Prayer. 'Thy CATARRH when neglected often leads prepaid, Rt the.ful.

Boyhood Days. Mr. .U.eKlnl"y'bdore his election to kingdom come, thy will be done,' were to UMI'TION-NUFFLES'::! will\ lowing prices per case:

the lust wo de ,of President McKInley save you It you use It at once. It Is no Ferndale A, 7 years old, $3.20. Ferndale A A, &% years! old, $3.70.

the presidency used to receive coves ot as be passed Into that vale from which ordinary remedy, but a complete treat. Ferndale A A A, 10 years old, $4.20. Money refunded Is not entirely tntitftd.MARRY .
INCIDENTS TOLD Bt HIS MOTHER. rerj'iosts to make speeches and (imanyof as none knew better than he, be mlglrt ment which Is positively guaranteed to
these were accompanied with Offers never emerge.1" cure CATARRU la any form or stage! If :: : MASON:: &: co.

of money. One'dny he received a letter used ncaordlnff U t directions which
Whenever he could the president has /State Agents 801-307-300-311 West Bay Street Mason Block.
Btorr 0' Ilia Convention Told by HI. from Itoston stating that the writer cracked a Joke In hU sickroom. The accompany earn package Don'c delay. .. .
1 ten-lieu would give him $500 if bo would'deliver but send for It at once, and write full JACKSONVILLE t FLORID4
Old ramtor-Flrmt Lane S. other morning 'ties Mohn one of the
particulars as to your condition, and you
He .Defended, a Sledlcnl U..nt-L..t; a speech there. nurses counted the president's pulse. will receive advice from the discoverer --

Act Brfor 11* 'Val Shot One o( "I do not know why It Is," said the First gazing at tho watch in her hand of this special wonderful remedy regardIng FOR $ 20---: := -I 1
t
o'f
then governor Ohio "but there Is a
K.. da..... and then looking up at her quizzically: your case withoutcost to you beyondthe .
,, sort of repugnance in my mfnd against the president said: regular; price of '.ISNUl<'JI'J.ES" ttte

A good sized volume mlglit be .flllcU giving my views on public questions "Once I hud a watch too-yes, even. '"GUARANTEED CATARRH CURE." Sent to us by Express postofllce order or Now York: Exchange, wed

with the many little Incidents, humorous for pay. I may be all wrong about It. a pocketbook. 1 saw them taking my Sent prepaid to any address tbe Uni- send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID ,

putbutlc and otburwlxu inarkUiy; but I know It would take all\ the enthusiasm watch and my pocketbook and now I ted States or Canada on receipt of $1.

i President McICInlcy'a rarecr us boy out of me If I knew that I was have nothing wlut tl"Ver'" Address Dept. C 705> EDWIN B. GILES FOUR_ FULL, QUARTS..

lawyer soliilor and statesman that going to be.paW at the end of a meeting A CO., 2.130-33,: Market St. Philadelphia.

have found their-way into print. for the remarks I made during it. -- Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
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1' of the late'rcstlnff reixJnlsccnces In anaemia and most women's ailments
Some moHt I have had money offered me very often -
(! ."' of his earlier,days were related but 'liave never taken It. I the difrntlon Is weak, the making of color GENERAL DIRECTORY.U. Calhoun Pure

saya the Uoston Ulobe, by his "I remember a speech which I made I flesh and strength out of rood, Is Imperfect ---- Rye WhiskeyWe

J 1))! beloved mother few years before her not long ago/ In debate/ at one of -tlie so that the patient Is weak, wl\n.
and
.1 1 : death and from those It would oil 'nervous dyspeptic. This conditioncan B. LAND OFFICE.. ship In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to Indicate content (which will atoll. all|| .
appear big eastern universities the tariff corrected by taking a course of H.8. Chubb.............................Register.W.4) ment.) When you (get it and test It, If It I* not satisfactory, return It at Ol'R EXI'.:\SB .>>01
ej) : that the future president was a lively question 1 took the protection side of Herblne. Price, COcts. Wilson Son. .Kohlnson......... .... ... ... ....UeoelvorOHices your (3.20 will be cheerfully.refunded. This Whiskey I.l fta ood as any *5 00 good| In IblIWItI!,
at Gainesville,Florida.U. We are obey at bund and can give QUICKER okl.lVlTllY: than distant
and affectionate youngster of the "mid.I and a prominent free trader you / houses. 1\. tai
course very
r I beet doing hn.ln". In thin city mill l at the samentanil for over 1A YEARS and aa to our KiL
cUing good" description. bad the other side. Shortly after I .8. SENATORS.) POSSIBILITY AND REPUTATION for honest dealing we refer you to any merchant bent,KB

"Mother" McKlnloy said that William arrived In the city the president of the HOUSEHOLD HINTS. ,T. P.TallBferro. ................. .....Jscvennvllle.B. .. the editor of this paper .
was a great hand for narbks, Institution-called upon me at my hotel. It. Mallory......... ....................'elllllWol.. SOLOMON & LEVI

and he was very fond of his bow and During' the visit he took four one hundred Set a small box of lime In the pantry U. H. CONGRESSMEN. 1028 & 10tO; First Avenue,

arrow. Uo got eo that he was a very dollar bills out of his pocket and and It will help to keep It dry and tbe Robert W. Davis.................... ...Palatka., 1'. O. Bolt No.33. BIRMINGHAM AU
The he 8..VI.Sparkuian.......,......... .......Tampa, ,
shot with thing air
I li good oil arrow. laid them down on the table. pure.
!' loved best of all was a kite. "It seems What Is that for?' said! I. Soda should never be used for flannels FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. NOTICE" !-W pay Express Charge to all point reached by "SOUTHERN EXI'REssc: I.

I to me," sold Mrs. McKlnloy, "I never Tlint Is for your upvefh tonight'was and If they are J kept In good condition : 1'':. N.I'tmlck. Palm Kesoli..... ... ..Senator PANT Southern but Expreis to point Company on lines transfer of other to said Express other Companies Express Company.we prepay only to puiuu tbm
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l{ B.
Raulersou Fort fierce .Representative
1)) went Into the kitchen without seelug u the reply. they should be neither mangled. --
;11 paste pot or a ball of' string waiting to 'Hut 1 don't want any money for nor Ironed. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

be tniule Into u kite. lie never cared the speech' 1 answered. '1 did nut 1 Mud stains can usually be removed Win.S.Jennings. .. ,.......... ....'". Ooveinor. qa: ..c.sR 31.: TT: sI cSc; CO.
Jno. L Crawforl..Secretary of State.
I much for pets I don't believe he ever come here to talk for.money and I cannot from silk by rubbing with a piece at James B. Whitaeld.Trenaurer. t ,

had one. We dldn't own u burse no -be take It.' flannel. If the stain proves obdurate Wm. B Lamar.............. .Attorney-Ceneral. 517.' A S19 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
rode drove. lie .' W. N. Slieats.,. ... ....Snpr. PnMlo Instruutlon.B .
was always
never or
'We would rather have take It linen saturated
you rub with a piece of
":. McLtn. ...... ..Commissioner Agriculture. '
teasing to go barefooted the minute', than not,' said the president. 'We have wltb alcohol.If .tlonw.C.room......, ......... ..Comptroller. \\KJ\ j
at the snow wns off the grouud.. When .r.ClUrord R. Foster...... ...Adjutant-deneral.
paid that much to your opponent and Iee youa\wlodow, Ilalla'ls lacking In 1 John Bradford . ..,..........SurvejorDeneral.R.K.ICose .
1l it' summer came he always had a stone no reason why you should not be brilliancy, clean it wltb a liquid paste ...?........ ........ State Chemist '
i jf Bruise or a stubbed toe, and lie was as paid us well ns III...' made of alcohol and whiting. A little UIHces at Tallahassee. ,Florida.. I'S

o ; proud u a king totsbow! all the other "'''ell." pursued the governor "the 'of thin mixture will remove specks and SUPREME COURT JUDGES ,_. LIU OlSD \

: '{ boys bow he stubbed or bruised hU. president continued Insist, and at Impart a high luater to the glass. M. Mury.....,.......,... ....Chief. Justice.
I toot. Although William hud taste F. II.Carter.......... ... .. .
no lust I told him that If lie was deter. To render feathers white Immersethem S.Y.Taylor........_...........A.uwiateJuagoe..
:. tor fishing u-; l rarely ever'ntteurpedthe ( mined bo could ,
I It
t upon pay my expenses for a short time ,In naphtha or -
sport, he was very fond of swluiJilng. It would rout we $50 to fill tbe RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.
' benzine. Rinse In a-second dish of
I ." H. E. Day chairman.......... ......Gainesville.
:f the engagement, and that was all thatI same and dry In tbe open air. Then J.L. Moriran... .., . .. ........ ....... ..Jasper.
In pursuance of her plan of making could accept I asked them to send bleach by exposing In a box to the vapor J.M.Hryan Bryan..Klseimne.t .
her boys useful. Mrs. McKInley required John L.Neeley:jr.::clerk. ::::: :::.:....Amaula. '"
the money to my lioino, for do you of burning sulphur In a moist at. Heui'quarters and otltues at Tallahassee I'la.
them to divide,the labors of the know I do not believe I could have mospliere. f
house. They burned wood! and lots of CIRCUIT COURT.
I done best with that In
It and It boto be sawed and It my" money my Good clear starch Is easily made. Minor S.Joneo. Tltnsrllle...... Circuit JndKe' __ .,
split pocket. Wet the lump starch with cold water J. D. Orlando .t'r..e came In lengths four feet long and I SarinitTerm-Firm Monday In April 1/I1'f11. III ,\
t William and Abn r, being of about the The last thing Mr. KInley did on the stir till\ smooth pour on boiling waterand Fall term-First, Monday In November.BREVARD.Cot'I'Y .
cook till clear. It take a quart of
'I same age, had to prepare It for use. Pan-American grounds before he was, boiling water to "clear" two tablespoonfuls COURT. SYJ.van: : OrlOU "'VV'h1.sb.cy.: : :

Mrs. McKInley remembers that William shot was a little act of kindness says A.D.Penney Connt,.Judge Four Full Quarts Delivered for 320.
of lump starch. If too thick lames E:. Amlrews.Prosecuting, Attorney.
1 was a steady chopper muscular the New York World. Fred Kloon- thin with blued water.Aaotlon. A. A. Btewnrt..,.... .......... ,.. County Clerk.
,I and willing, but Abner usually bad the hammer a programme boy met the _. BprlnE Term-Sooond Monday in. May.Summer 6 of the same $4.6O. J 12 of the same $9.00.
bigger pile to his credit. However. presidential carriage drawn for a Term-Second Monday In August...
up I "IQslet *. Fall Terra Second In All
Monday November. goods are put up In plain boxes marks the to show content
-ano on same
Abner got other boys to help hIm, while moment for the view of1 the court of Auction. In Japan are quietly con Winter Term-Second Monday! In February. .

r be directed their work. William on fountains. 1. 4ucted. The bidding Is secret and silent COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. Agents for the Pabst Brewing Co.

the contrary always sawed his own "Here's a programme for you Mr. each person writing his bid on a R. E. Mime, Superintendent.......Bonaventure. -
wood.. The boys had the garden to hoe President" said the boy eluding thu lip of paper and dropping It Into a Members J. M. Dixon ohslrman Tltunvlllei

chickens to feed and errands. to run. pollee escort and stepping close to the box. When It appears that all the bids R.N. Andrews, Coaoa j C. 1'. Platts Fort Pierce. PABLO BY THE SEA LIYERY.

Mr. McKlnlcy's conversion In the earrlaai A hoo liandml Mr. McKinleyIiiw are In, tbe box la opened and the Highest COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

Methodist church at Poland. O. I.thUII ,J. R.Walker:,
bidder I I. named. (chairmen Tltnsvllle; John R.
related by his old pastoReT.. Miot, Indlanolai; R. A. C'onkllnir, Tillmant I John Turnouts of all descriptions ?p SADDLE HORSES,
C Jones, Wo.xlK.yjJ. Frank Bell, White. City. Ul i
Dr\ Silas 0. Swallow: The Regular sessions are hel "Young McKlnley's admission to the Stricken With ParR 3'818. mOl>tb. BAGGAGE.Traufi

church made Henderson Orlmett of this BREVARD COUNTY OFFICER.
such a vivid impression place, was TRAPS, HAtTMXG: Eta
on my mind that I will never forget it. stricken with partial paralysis and completely A.D. Penney,Tltnovllle.COuDty; Judge
H. bad been attendant lost tbe use of one arm and side. Jaa. Andrew., Tltusvllle! ;. ..... Pros Att'y.
a frequent at SURREYS ,
Of health' hat uniformed Wm.IWILKIYSOJ\\
no guardiansof
After being treated by eminent A. A. Stewart,.Tltvumille .....County Clerk
the Sunday services and was an earnest Its peace If It had theta would be an physician .. F. Woolen,Cooon Tax Assessor!
listener. On the evening McKInley'got arrests innumerable in restaurant for quite a while without relief K.W. Hall.Tjtiisvllle:;:::::::::::::.Tax roilector., : LAUDAUS r Proprietor.VICTORUS .
: every 'my wife recommend Chamberlain's Pain F.H. Rove,Tltusvllle .. ............Treasurer.
upM bad been exhorting all. my every day of the year. Both in the Balm and after two bottles of R. E. Mlms, lionaventure. ..... Bupt.l'ub.bat.
hearers quantity and quality of the food they Cuing It I. C). Fries, Tllnsvllle,. .,.County Surveyor! Pablo Beach, H*,
to of their sins
repent deeply 1M and In the manner of its he Is almost entirely cured.-Geo. !(. \[. .?. P. Brown.Tltnsvllle. ..., .............Sheriff.
and seek: salvation of their souls. consumption and Donald, Man, Logan county, W. Va. T.J.CooksUutt. LaGraiiKe.,Registration Oltlcer,
,I "After the preaching we had a men Several other very remarkable cures ol

I prayer meeting and ;young McKInley women sineach day partial paralysis have been effected by .n.TITUSVILLE Venney.mayor TOWN j M. 8.Jones COUNCIL.A. marshaland ADVOCATE PRINTING :HOUSE,

arose In his seat lIe was about fourteen against the the use of t liniment. It Is most widely tax collector. 8. Hchuyler Jr.\\erk and

years old at the time and a more I J laws, of health. known however, as cure for rheumatism treasurer John Henry, tax assessor; D. L.
sprains and bruises. Sold all Oauldon' F.A. LntIle .r. Dlxon.O. F.Damn, /
dramatic 'figure of an earnest boy I >Those who by .1 no. R. Waikeroonuclimen. Tin council meets 0,1- ( I.vYQIiNifYl 1
druggists and medicine dealers. f
never saw. Standing erect with bowed will not heed Brat Tuesday la each month. r- __r

S head but looking every one full In the Nature'swarnings TITUSVII.CK BOARD OF TRADE.

face be said; 'I am determined to can- Cures Blood Troubles, Blood G.M.Bobbins,president; J. M. Dixon tres*.
not escape ber punishments urer.J.G. Host,secretary. M""ts.n be a Christian. I believe that God Is Poison Cancer Eczema
and dyspepsia etc. night In each month at their rooms.
the greatest and best being of the universe or stomach

and I am determined to love and *trouble" js the Invariable Coata Nothing to Try.' FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.

serve hIm. I believe religion Is the penalty of careless Old, obstinate, deep seated cases permanently the Indian second River and Lodge fourth,Friday No,DO, hold evenings Its meetings of .

I best thing In all the world and I am ratine.There cured by taking BotanIc Blood ,at their lodge room, near court house eachmonth
gain to seek It wjtb all my heart untilI it no other Balm (n. B. B.). If your blood Is tainted, at 7:30: o'clock p. m. Geo. W.Scoble, W. M.:'
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medicine for diseases producing offensive ik A.Morgan 8oo'y.OI
find If"There eruptions aching
was nothing affected In the of the stomach and bonesnnd|. joints ulcers falling hair, mucous >ER OF EASTERN STAR.

boy's. manner but his quiet, earnest allied organs and nutrition of digestion patches sour mouth and throat, I Friendship Chapter, No.II, holds Its meetings
scabs or scales, persistent pimples,eating In the Masoolo. Lodge room, Tltnsvllle on lEe
attracted the attention of
way every. which can compare sores, swellings, sore lip, dry sore, dull, arstTueaiayIneach month at3ulOo'chxkp.mm:
body in the church. The boy at that 'I'' with Dr. Pierce'sGolden aching lancing, shooting pains, then you and the third Tuesilay. In each month at 1:30o'clock
The
m. following
p. are the
officers
time was a student at the Poland In Medical Dis have blood .. of
poison or the beginnings of he lodge; M .. 0. 8. Bohujler, worthy matron
stitute and the stand he took for religion disease. cures deadly cancer. Don't experiment but Dr. B, R. Wilson worthy patron; hire F. 8;. s
had a great amount of Influence these perfectly take Botanlo Blood Balm ((8. B. B.) made rfcaffee., associate' matron; A. Morgan '
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with the younger people." and permanently especially to cure all malignant blood l1eo.51. Robbins,conAuetre.e'Mr..lt. R.: )Wll.tnt, f qjYT Dff7 -

James 1'. Gardner of Cllerslle Alle- and enables the builtt- troubles, like those named above, and son associate""n"uet..IIII....J. iI.ere..n,
ing up of the whole Itching Adah| Mrs.John R. WaUter. Ruth; Mrs. F. A. '":
scabby carbuncles, :
ghany county Md., claims that he was body into vigorous health. I eczema MOt'f1'DF.ath..rJ\ln.o-. !Sonhle Martha;! ; F
scrofula, rbeumntlsm, cancer, blood Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, Marshal; Mrs. W. M. Ids
instrumental In securing for President .I took two bottle of Dr. PHrrce. .Golden' humors, eta. Heals every sore and stopsall Woodward Elect 1 r s
.
I bill Medical Discovery for stomach trouble write
McKinley flrnt law case. A poor
aches and It. Costs
but
Ctarene Carne KM..Tsvlontown, Londoun palm. Try
1 woman of Canton had fallen In a Co.. Va. .It did me so much Rood that didn't SI at druggists. Treatment sent free by -Secure reservations via Clyde line
t sewer carelessly left open by city officials take any more I on eat moot anything now. writing to Dr. Olllam.200 Mltcbell treet. steamers between
Jacksonville.
I am so well pleaned with It I hardly know how New
,I and sustained severe Injuries to thank you for your kind Informat 1 Atlanta, Oa. Describo trouble and free I York and Boston, at the ADVOCATE
She was disabled for work and probably tried a whole lot Of thin** before I wrote to medical advice given. Medicine and free office TUusvllle. "' .. to- r
y... There was a rnnUcmaa told me about medical advice sent at once prepaid. B. -. .. -
too Ignorant or too to bring
poor it
vour medicine how had dud his wife. I
salt. tBoufhl I would try a bottle of it. I am glad I4Jd. B. B. originated by I>1'. Glllam over 30
'. far I don't know what I would have doom years ago.rhousanda haTe been cured Remember that the EAST COAST
. Mr. Gardner then a resident of Canton U It h.d not been for Dr. Pterce'i Golden Medkal -
; many after doctors and patent medicines ADVOCATE does all kinds of Job printing Fine Job Quickly
Interested himself In the woBtan's Dlaeoverj. Work Execute
poor
bad utterly failed. Botanic Blood Balm, .t short notice. Send them an order
behalf and carried the case toMajor. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cur con.stipatioa. ((8. Bv: D,) gives life, vigor and strength and be convinced that It is the plane to
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? .McKInley: \ who had Just' bung to the block making U pure and rich. hare job printing done

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Professional Cards. short, ana MICK again rney went toVaebington.

Women P.Jiug t' "
Put during all' those chances and n.n: .nd...eat \ ''

JEO.. 31. -ROBBINS. Sic p. changes the quiet routine of Mrs. 11.harnc" .LNr.tea,. If'' ",.d Jj\rgZ: KA

Rooxevelt's life If It could Inn routine 4, l.ure.1 Non ,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Avoid Nervous P"os"'atlon. one went on, and with the exception U... Ud, It :
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what is .un'Ihs dump 1 ' Ikeep.lh"I.'h
If sick
are dangerously
AT-LAW. you that the Jtnelf was altered, there 1 1er
the first duty of your physician ? lie difference made. Every summer .un .uJ, I'll* 1r E I\
Will practice in State and United States quiets the nervous system he deadensthe was no .. Stitchrt r.
Court. pain and sleep well. line huen nripnt at Oyster Bny. do not break
you where the life led Is entirely nn outdoor No roiiLjhUPfar \ \ (
You to know that when \ )
Office at TiTusvir.r.K:, FLA. ought ) you to shad.u '. 1L\\\ I
Roosevelt there
ceased to bo regular In your courses, one. Mrs. us nd cut. lh. \' tl
grow Irritable without cause, end elsewhere, superintends the education tmrnr. not. \\ \ t
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D L. OAULDEN, pass sleepless nights, there la: bcrlous of her children. She does not Instruct 11 only look mil kre, \lik,, C I

S them herself, but the makes n point of new but "
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW i f =
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hy. ,anal 011 \ \ \
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th 1 CompanySome .

Clrc,i1t. Taxes paid for non-resklents
and rents and accounts collected. I -- '

..:. of our down-rdver readers have I I
TrrusviLLB FLORIDA.A
, forgotten; the fact that this office Is fully
equipped to do all kinds of job printing.
D. PENNEY, :- ::Lo Advertising and job printing helps us to
-. :""- publish newspaper worthy of the East
Coast, and all we want Is a share of It. e
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
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"TrrcsviLLE, FLORIDA. ROOSEVELT'S: : OYSTER BAT HOME.

in all the Into their lessons always once .a
'Will practice courts of the 7th KIDNEY DISEASES
Judicial Circuit. If they are at school she goes
school and stays through the I

\ In order to know just what tbe dis-
A JONES R are the most fatal of all
MORGAN are studying.
I Roosevelt children are Alice, cases.FOLEY'S.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, years old; Theodore,, Jr.,
; Hermit, twelve; Ethel ten; KIDNEY IBuarantMd
Loans, Notary Publlo. trou seven and Quentin four. Rlmld

-Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. \ : are all bright and Interesting "

TITCSVILLE, FLA. .You as tbe boys are as full of pranks
-t 1yor and have Done of the ex- or money refunded. 'Contains

A. WORLEY se common to children remedies recognized by eminent
GEO. In affluence It Is likely that the '
the best for
MRS. THEODORE ROOS3EVEL1' physicians as 'I
\ : : of tbe White house will be
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Chlc Kidney and Bladder troubles. ;
more lively than they have been .
General practice In State and Federal lish\ PRICK 5Oc. amt $1.00.
generation.
Courts. All business entrusted will was
receive prompt attention. ham's I B. It. WILSON &; SON.

General Counsel for the Tuttle'Estate .
her WANTKI>-8 ? r l rarnins of character 'and
:Miami. .e gout reputation In each .HUM(tone in Mill county
MIAMI. FLOAmA.) i of ""III red)(9 rupranent And sdverttiM olil mt.l -
: >llni-) wealthy. biiilnenii houna of solid nnan.olt.1 .
Dtunillne. salary l (18 weekly,with exxnines
TAMES: ANDREWS, Additional: nil paynlifo: In o*.h each WetlneAday1dlreot
I ruin head. olllne. llomeniul oarrlnice. (ur->
1.lJ niched when nrouiiHary. lteferene.a. KnoloHAm
ATTORNEY-A 1'rt7.. If sdilnumeil mail pod l envelope.' Manager. ,8ltfOnxton
.Main office and postoffice address, Trrus- I HnUilliiK Cluraito. aoileo

VILLB. Branch office at FORT PIERCE. -Job Printing of all kinds executed:

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. tj r at the ADVOOATK office. Bend your order.

Notary Public State at Large. / ,
Mrs. \ AIMNER SALVE
Mr; I _,_, ?_
STEPHEN E. FOSTER, -J trio most healing -lalv-t the world. I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW dren. THE RAPID CALKKR Is what every
:
class yacthsman and boatbulldor nords.' For

Sims Building) In 'R\k sale by Jas. Prltohurd A Son, Tltns- ,
many vllle, Fla. I'y'icet and *3 each. ,
JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
these ))1 I .
Tho Indian Itlvor neat Instate

GEORGE W. ALLEN, Mr.marry. \ \ Agency HUM for Sale "


ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Lee of Unimproved lands from.2.00 to'>23.00per :
KEY WEST, FLORIDA.
THE WHITB HOUSE. where acre.
Will\ practice In the United States Mr. 10 acre orange grove; near Titus-rill
and State Courts. 9un95 his I some trees bearing, tNX.UO.)(
5 acre orange grove, near Tltusvllle,
went with 10 acres of land, somo bearing .
T O. FRIES, C. E. ROOSEVELT $000.00.
: LKADINO' HIS HOUGH BIDE**,
Orange grove rind pineapple farm, at
COUNTY which these
SURVEYOR.Land romping outdoor life Mloco, 000/ good bearing trees, with 1 acre
legally surveyed and sub-divided. have hitherto enjoyed at Oys shed for pities, good dwelling, *1,000.00.
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for ; during nearly eight months of 80 acres of pine and hammock I land for ,
all kinds of engineering "works. DIs- \ year has had the effect of making oranges and pines on It. It, south of )

puted lines a specialty. Interesting Career and of them all. Teddy junior Is Sebastian River, 8X.00(

TITCTSVILI.E, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. be an excellent boxer, a !good House and 4ii acres of lnn Home Life of the and jumper a first class swim river front, a miles of Kim': lalllo. >.1)0.()
7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, riverfront
XT S. BURNHAM, W. D. of a mngultlceut horseman In. : at OeorgK fiG New President 4.
all the' children ride well for II
Apply at once to
SURGEON and_ SPECIALIST, the United father! Un.!always geld tlm{ horse D. L. OAVLPKX.: Manager.
riding( Is tbe most healthful exer Tlluavllle Fla.Fotey's .
Ear, Nose and Throat. States. the world. The children have ; .'

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.YirginiaHomes. to it so naturally that a visitor Honey* Tar
them some time ago on their
.-_- 4.Ji'r mounts laughingly remarked heal /
colonel that If be should ever

to raise another regiment of

riders ho will be able to get sev

without leaving hit own I rSEEDS ;
1 Teddy junior I Is so striking
You learn all about Virginia Lands, \ In miniature of his fa I
Its resources, products, mode of cal Was, ROOSrYELT.cAtATtual. ,
his Identity la clear to
tivatlon, prices, etc., by reading the t per- \
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. him for the drat time at ,

for a months subscription to the 1 1h where they would naturally not known toe country aeed*are over as

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. \ to see him. Ills mental habits the meet reliable M.e-le Ibatean I
Impulsive manner are also be bought. Don'; ave a

HAVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON of bill father, who by the way, nickel dullar on on cheap the LarvMh eewlii and line a II I

Rapid Calker If not call at the storeof t. I! by the youngster 'as. lie tool seed Annual free,
'
Jas. Prltcbard & Son, Tltusvllle. Catarrh bas become such a common man In the world Ills. sole D. M. PERRY A CO.,
It Is an article that should be In the / / dioeane that a person entirely free from i i : ambition Is that be may live Delrult, Mlol.

possession" of every boatbullder. and this disgusting complaint is seldom met : : as good a man as his paternal I
yachtsman. Read the testimonials/ / with. It Is customary to speak of Catarrh ;;
from first-class boatbullders. / ss nothing; more serious than a bad inflammation of the antithroat. every
a simple nose
dependvery much the
It is, in fact, a complicated and how on DYSPEPTICIDE
of the liver and kidneys. The
dangerous disease if Slot at first it other.
very Very soon becomes so. ; Like life make but little impression on The greatest mid to DIGESTION.The .

A Sample copy of one of the best farm The blood i is quickly) contaminated by an whose digestion Is good. You can
1 / the foul secretions and the poison throughthe ;your 11 Vir and kidneys with Her Largest and Most Com.
papers published free It will send keeps health and of
you general; circulation is carried to all enjoy buoyancy elate Establishment South. ,
of the day. Price 5\<>cts. U. Wilson &; Son.
your name on a postal card, mentioningthis parts system.

paper. II I Salves washes and sprays are uneati.factoryanddiesppolntiogbecause they do. ahra spent r CEO S. HACKER & SON, I' ,

I where for It Is with words a. with
TUB PLOWDOY Co., not reach the seat of the trouble. 8. S. S. !
ROOSEVELT All does. It cleanses the blood of the poison The 11I11. the more they are condensed
Atlanta, Ga. and eliminates from the system all catarrhal 1 r they burn. j

secretions, and thus cures thoroughlyand keep I ,1
permanently the wont case.. I i'I I
average man get angry every 'I I
;
Me. T. A.WltllamH, a leadlfiidryfood!! mer. It was Is In the wrong and know It.- \
ehentof Spartanbur-j S.C.,write i Porysrr
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE 1 bed a severe rune of New News. r,. i'
I ..-...1 Catarrh with all before .
the rflMavre-able effect. '
which belong lo th tdinaM How's Tin! \
and which Dollars ( '"
One Hundred Reward
make. life painful and .
unendurable. I used : cane. of Catarrh that cannot be I
tnedMne.pr.ecri1>e q GOTERfO"e \ plivulcian. and When CJIKKKY A Co..Props., Toledo, O. r :fir"S"MPMANUFACTURERS :
/o 4 .......Ie" \., oumbrre ,I
.f friend, but without back the undersigned, have known F.
TRADE MARKS C-tllac any better IChen qa for tbe last 13 years, and be- OF i
... DCSIQNS he..aetolake fl. M. velt :
:.:; .. perfectly honorable In all busi
a It the dniired '
..y COPYRIGHT* Ac. r? In '''
A nvnnaen iln(a kepb. and may effect and cured me ''" lafter and financially able to Doors, Sash, Blinds, ;
"V!.Jtcl* .....*rf"lTi rtir optnloit d..crlpnne>r kn taking eighteen & any obligations made by their "
irnntlnn I. Communlr. bottle", In mv npinffin B. S. S. la the only medl rled ""
WKST fc Tur/AX Wholesale
iln..ttrhnl r..nfdunlfL: Hitndhnokon P ,-IIM cine now la tue that will effect a permanent cur ; Drug. Moulding & Building Material
"I'I ; erne" ieAoet stoney forwrtinnpatent- of Catarrh. asm Toledo, o. WALM-IO, KIM-JAN
nirt.' L.n throMb lunrv tiZrecolT
*
rprl.il"'.>tWo wirhontenimn,la tile it) the only purely vegetable came : (,Wholesale druggists,Toledo, Office ifc: Warerooms King, opposite i
$ blood purifier her Cannon tltreet.CU1.rcston .
d
r.nnC; Jlmerican. S'SS known ami the great As Is Catanh Core Is taken Internally, '
A hanilin-nely llhi fr t..i wtMkiy. >rweit rtr- ut cf all blood rnedl- directly upon tbe blood and mu. ) S. C.
laf Ion of anT trntiun fou-noL Terw..t a of the systenx Price 7-Vits:
.nHm.b., ... 1 cines and tonics.If .
Suktbyalle.wad.alera. <.. There /Hold:! by all druggist. Tes Sash Cord
) and
l1UNN & Co.aeli......,. New York /, .becomes yon derp-seated have Catarrh and don't chronic wait, but until begin it log free. Weights, ;
aran.fi Umow sa J' St. ,D. tbe
Weebl..ou" Co
.. at once the u*e, of S. 8. S., and send be ( Family Pills are the best. Hardware. I
for our book on Blond and Skin Discs***
Foley's Kidney Cure and write our physicians about your .... ment your reservation over the Window and Glasc
QTCXTRf: BOOSCTnT.tuo.: remain Line at the ADVOCATE office TI. Fancy

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 4, 1901.

4. I _. President: WIII'U. _.._iOU. ,.
JAMES PRITCnAR l --- -- "ce.Pr eel
C. S. SCHUYLEK Cashier.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. ERRATIC-REASONING. ,
RIVER STATE
Booker Washington, whom we INDIAN B

be clearer than ;
anyone
admit to
TBa D VIOFMKMT
A WBBSLY JOOK1IAI D VOT :D TO
Minutes
or TUB 1101"..... !RIVBK, LAK.BWOHTH of his race on most subjects, is In 15 COUNTY DEPOSITORY
AND BIHCAVMK BJLV SKOTIOHS. error when he says'that anarchy Is Authorized

the,result of lynchings in the north' Paid up capital capital, -, $100,000

PUBLISHED AVERY: FRIDAY. and south. To disprove the alleg Average $25,0pfi
Lion we have only to look at the two I sufficient to give you most deposits, $100pg:

CJIARLIM H. WALTON, Editor &: I'U'blleber. sections of country. _
The are millions of negroes In the t T '' '" Transacts a General BankiD
biscuit
Discontinuance or advt. meet be mule pionftll .I south, and moat of the lynching delicious tea using

;at this olHoe or by writing. i iI are done in the south. There are Easiness

I comparatively few negroes in the Powder directed 'r, ,
as
I III.
be made payable to CHABL Royal Baking rJ
Obook.eto. may
U not

WALTON,publisher. i iI north consequently, lynching here. Largest and Oldest Bank on the,jjB
nearly so common there as 1 E
Addreaa all oommunloatlonii to Invariably it is the negro that is A pure, true leavener. .. F Exchange bought;Countries and ". :1,1.l "?1 all ,"* ,

':' KA.8F COAST ADVOCATE, lynched because he is the only creature tk
: .,' TITUIYILLa.I'LoBIDA. called human who penis l'tronate; appreciated, p, I ..
: ,
!: treatment,sod ever' faviir, ,i.Wam, *, J11 1> *
-- In perpetrating the crime 'against' ,.,. .servatlve lanklnu ,,rallied,ala e*
(- of women. As we have raid, lyncl. COBRE8POMiF\TS!
V. S. Department Agrfe..ltnreI I becau .------- ,. Seaboard National Hank :i i it i \1_ ,
ings are morecommon here e k.hniGr+m National Hank of Jacksonville 11, Oft,**
Weather ISureaii-Jupiter* Flo i In FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CO. ,
the negroes are more numerousthe WASHOUT ON THE F.. EC.
FI..i\
south than In the north, nd TIUSVILL.E. ...

.' The following tea comparative slatlent .. the debasing crime that always; The severe rains for several days pro- One of the most Important steps In takenIn the - -=
of temperature and rainfall for tbe with death is committed :In ceding last Friday, reunited In washing the Interest of those engaged of
meets ,
Industry
week ending, Tuesday, Oct. J, 1UO1. out a great deal of the track of the F. vegetable and fruit raising SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
times
to
hundred consu-
.' -1001- -100O) the south one E. C. My. between Bunnells and New the State Is that which I.lolng TIIK
".)' DATE.. MAX. Miff. MAX. MnT where it ia committed once in the Smyrna,'and resulted In .the stoppage; of mated by It. C.White astideaveralother.the,
' : 25 M,78 8H V, north. between these points uutl of Jacksonville, who are organizing
all traffic
8'i! 7f(, Florida Fruit and Vegetable Exchange.The Coke Brick Lime
20 27 'tU 84 72 7J;: 17 7l* But when we come to ferret out all.Monday. south Consequently of Runnells Titusville had and no arrangements for the organizationof Wood, Coal, Cement,

28 80'2 87 77, anarchy it is necessary to crops the northern place mall from Thursday until Monday I the exchange have bee completed and
29 85 80 88 7J: Mason and Dixon line to find I It. application has been made for a charter, *
't aO 80 tO! 87 7l' Anarchy is so weak and scattered No night.water wan to be seen standing in tbe capitalization to be ample for the Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
,
the exchange. ,
of :
85 7., successful operation ""
78 fare
did not
1 1'16 here that most of our citizens have Titusville, but places north addition to Mr.
In
Total rainfall for the week: jI.87 the streets Those, Interested
were
well. At
,t lit Daytona .
1 never seen an anarchist. Tbla ) W. II. \Viton Christie foot of Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone
the
Departure from normal rainfall for covered by from six to twelve Indies of White are: Offices Hogan N'o.sp,
week) pins .I\:.! Inches. Departuij proves conclusively!!, thatlyne-hlng water. Every; cross street except Orange and J. W. Tidwell, who are the members incorporators of- J. K. MUNNERLYN: General' :Manager.f31Vtiihiy& :( .
j from normal rainfall. since January 1, and anarchy are in no wise relate ; avenue was flooded and eight the first three being; :
j '+' .' plus2O.UtInchea.IIAL. each the other that one is the Inches of water covered the depot plat- the wholesale grocery and produce house -- .
to
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Jacksonville
t .... I 1'. IlAKDlir Observer., form. The water was flush with the of White, Walton & Co., of ,
result of violent outburst of in. while Mr. Tidwell has for year been :
surrounded
I" south bridge and small lakes
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-- -- of most with the fruit and vegetable Baker
\ dignatlon because one our all the buildings about town that are Identified
IT has been decided to race the sacred laws has been ruthlessly] ] at all low; A good;( part of the travel shipping Interests of Florida, and is well

i bf",1<' Columbia and the Shamrock 11 violated ; the other is a malevolent up and down Beach street was done In known throughout the State.

, /,', every day until the races are com hatred of those who favor tbe pn. rowboats -We want to draw the attention of 440 AVcst Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida
pleteil. forcement of law. It is true that our numerous readers along tbe East
but Is The :Real,Name: of Bout N.tea: Ruler i the state in Headquarters for-
lynching is a violation it Coast and throughout /general
the intention of the mob to ahow I to the advts. of the live and energetic
TnE Florida State Fair ia rapid not
(Suppose that some morning/ there business men who are bidding fora Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
t ly getting in ehnpe. Maj.\ Mealy any antipathy for the law, but sin should appear In the newspapers such fin share of your patronage in thecolumns ,
the manager, ia certainly a hustle) ply to wreak vengeance against the Item as this : "1IIr." and Mrs. Albert E. of the ADV CATE. If you are In needof and Sundiles.
and deserves much credit for his brute who has committed the foul Wettln, accompanied by their nephew, any particular line of goods, the pink
' labor. outbreak. Let it not be understood Mr. Frederick AY. V., A. Ilohenxollern paper will tell you the best place to buy "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheel
nailed from Liverpool for New them. Bead the ads.
yesterday
that we favor lynching, for we mOlt York.' many people would give at short notice.
surely do not. We are merely more than a passing glance at this an
Curren Sale.
THE Comptroller of the Cow For I .
proving that lynching and anarch nouncement Yet It would be a pieceof _- --
oy, in his annual report, says tfaa that, the news calculated to throw the people 'a fine brod
one will
not dollars buy
are synonomous; Forty
712 new national banks have bee: of New Yurk, and the whole of this first calf WATCHES CLOfflfJewelry
to have her ,
blend into the other and cow, soon
does ,
pot young
p,, organized in the United States i in'; ( country. In fact, into a paroxysm of excitement I together with a five months' old bull ,
is erratiiVe .
reasoning to the contrary and feverish. expectation, as
the past year, with a total capita. \ notice that Judge Lewis i In must be admitted when the names or : calf; good stock. Apply atADVOCATE: Office.
&r stock of over $30,000,000. King Edward VII,Queen Alexandra and Diamoi
took .
his defence of Czolgosz a fpt ,, I.I ,
.Emperor William uf Germany are re- ? ,
Itlon similar to that of Bodker T. the family For Sale.
substituted for true
THE Stetson University, of De Washington's. Surely Judge l.ewilleouid spectively in the supposititious 1 a Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Pnteitiy'

Land has placed an ad. in our I not have been'imprcssed us to Item.names Then given there is the youthful matron The three-year lease Including part of Waltham Watches, etc,

columns, and it will be well for I the truth of his. words. A man o r Mrs. Henry SchweHn, who wields Furnishings of a sixty-room hotel on the

I those wanting to attend a good his intelligence knows that south more power than any other She known woman of to Indian Address River., Immediate ADVOCATE possession.OFFICE, s FINEWATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR G
now living.
I college to read it. This ia one ot led twenty-one' Titusville, Fla. _
Brn lynchings have not to an the world as Wllhelmloa of Holland, s A SPECIALTY.
1+ Florida's most excellent educational I' archy. Evidently the astute law and Is the only Queen in the world today file at a1'the Hatch Inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville & South western Kj.bpectaoles .
well' The ADVOCATE Is now on
and deserves La
institutions, with the same as a King.-
powers
'l yer was bard pressed for argumen dies' Home Journal. best hotels in New York city. and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
bf our people. and had to say something to fill i in: 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE Fu.

l the spare moments.We .
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ANOTHER uprising is reporter venture to say, however, tha -
J from China., Thin time it i Is very few native born Americans up

) claimed not to be boxers, but, north are anarchists. It is the for The Great Secret...

nevertheless, they are making the el ln element that Is stirring up;

lame assaults upon the Christlai :rife, and the sooner we refuse to
'; missions If China cannot keep| become the dumping ground for

down lawlessness there. should be the outcasts of the earth, the soon Save [ ?
to
How Money stall ders
, i some way provided. er> will we be rid of ttiat class who ftj7fl4l

I ,, : ppose government of all kinds.
I 1 THE Citizens Union, comprising 'To censure the'northern people besause -

v republicans and all anti-Tammany anarchy flourishes there, is tobe '

' elements have nominated Seth Low guilty of a palpable injustice FIX THIS IN
. for mayor of Greater New: York, The true American in the nortl l hI

, tPfiA while Edwin 1\1.\ Shepard,of Brook and west Is no more an anarchist t

; ; '' lyn, has received the nomination than. are the southern people. YOUR MIND.... Pro11bhr: N s"a tht+a. t
I :'., of Tammany; There will be a Writers should learn to discrim \.
lively fight between the opposing ate, and the careless manner In I --
forces. rhich nome of them express them Your Dollar Docs .

lelves is l misleading to those who \ f
,
'
BUSINESS sign boards will be nc i lever, think Independently. There Best Material. Lowest Prices.QUICKEST ,

," longer tolerated in Jacksonville Is more than one kind of demagogue, Double Duty

'i)* An ordinance to that effect Is now md the man who expresses thought .

{ being enforced, and hereafter only foreign' to his real convictions is t a 'I SHIPMENTS.

r, the names of the firms on the win. demagogue of the first water. Le 'When It Buys ,,1

c:' doors will be allowed.: This will iaoh section of country treat thither < h .

I : improve the looks of the city; and with' fairness, and not forge ;"; Good Goods Cheap. J Bond: Lumber Co. Titnsvl.A .:
tbe ordinance seems to meet will hat we are all Americans. ,

the approval of the business men
,' LACK of is lng the< Trial Order Will Convince.S. .

By the treachery of the Presi- country in an agony of suspense G. VANLANDINQHAM, Manager. Tltusvlllo,II*.

t"; denteof the town of Samar,Philip- over the boat races. We hope a LOOK,AT OUR NEW ASSORTMENT just.received direct from the

,.{ pine Islands forty-eight American wenty knot wind will sweep the manufacturers,of Men's Youth's and Boy's Clothing: fn new and nobby
soldiers were murdered and eas when the next race is pullet patterns and styles. New hate in all shapes and latest colors for Fall

.. their bodies piled and partly off, for the American people an and Winter; late and pleasing patterns in,caps, Yacht, Golf, and Golf-

burned. The President after eally anxious to know which Is Yacht. Our line of Men's Furnishings is fuller than ever before; new '

professing friendship for the Am. the better boat. A good stiff wine Underwear,Neckware and Negligee Shirts bought at a sacrifice to'the .l

,t.;. ericans, headed a horde of 50C rill determine the superiority ol manufacturers, aU of which you get the benefit.

t I natives, surprised a body of 6C the two boats.

\,; Americans with the above result. THE J big steel trust has. cleared Our New Ladies' Misses'' and Children's Shoesfor \

only some fifty odd million dollars, i
fi THE races for the cup have pro. his year. We do not know what neatness and good fitting beat all previous efforts.In .'
ven deeply interesting, and it now
,, the poor fellows will do now that
r.. looks as if the two boats are very
orn and wheat are rising in price
matched. Perfection is boat .
r evenly
rr J. P. Morgan\ will have to watch
===--
has been reach. -
building evidently tbe leaks or he will soon find him. -
,, ed in the Columbia and the Shamrock .. -'
elf with one or two hundred mil. ...,
II. Sir Thomas continues
Lipton
Ion only to his credit !
to hold the good Will of the ... r -
American people, and will carry ..--...
AT a meeting of the Polish Cath. \
back to the old toile best I
wishes of the people country on this side of ollc Union of America held in 1\o2:11.1.1.0l\.S:: : door: :Igo :!foxxoo:
yraouse, N. Y., a resolution was "
the Atlantic. And I hopes de Lumber in dat fence Is strong enough to atop de ''lull ,
dopted denouncing the assasaina Men'lI hoes:; we are exclusive agents for the celebrated Douglass; will if U came from.
i
tlon of President McKinley, and Hathaway, Soul: \ A Harrington and the Brown Shoe Con1ranleallIl"adlng
THE: Agricultural College at Lake declaring that they had no sym.alby manufacturers.. GE'sGE: 7F'. PADDISON: :: '
City was never in a more flourish. with anarchy.
,
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[ I ing condition than .now. Every facility EAU OALLIE!!:, FLORIDA. .
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) for the care and education of Cha R. Wensmnr, Evanston, 111., It is our Business to Give the Most for the Money ---- .- -- ---- ..----- --- :
; the young student is amply provided wrIte..! "My boy 2tt years old had a ; .j;
H. HODGE&.V.. ,
and those who are fortunate Vera( cold which refused to yield to any A.
treatment; until we tried Foley's Honeyid We shall give finer qualities\ and greater Values for jour dollar that paygeti
receive their mental and "
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enough to Tar. lie was completely cured bafor. over our counters than ever before. An Immense line of seasonable Manufacture of
physical training at the Florida >. using one bottle." Take none but goods at close moneysaving prices. Try us, we will surely please you. ..-Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
Agricultural college, will never regret 'oloy'i. I). R. Wilson A Son.
I it in after years. An improve ROUGH AND: DRESSED. . Orange; Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Cra":-4
tlrst-class ticket the Mal.lory R. W. RHODES The Clothier and Furnisher : bj
ed gymnasium and military drills, psA: over .1ny one contemplating 8hed j Line Brunswick to New York and apar' of are
mills
RinfrnWSMK5 to"rfte for prt *1I. Tbe-saw
I combined with their studies, gives return,foe sale, reaaonabte.ADVOCATE JJ the ; W. delivered W
Titusville Florida. 'SJygZ'fi".r on J.. T. K. Rr. Lnmber
vigor to both mind and body. : office, Tituavllle, Fla. part of Address: H.A. 1IODGES, Buffalo Bin!!- i

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)r.E-H- ARMSTRONG Eden. GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX. G>-0 TO ..:


1VI.A.JEi: B OS. '
G. T. BUNTING'S
Edmund Young was a welcome visitor! .
to Eden wood last
Sunday.
Wholesale Dealers In Charlotte Sheet North of Plaza ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
The family of W. F.
Wolf have been

quite sick for a week fcast, but are now GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE,. -FOIt YOUR
on the mend.

Mr. and Mrs. F. O. McMullin and Furniture Mattresses Pillows
daughter left for a stay of a month at Corner Vest Bay and Jullf, SU., JACKSONVILLE E, FLA.
White ,
City lost h
Monday morning. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY I' ,
,George Saunders took a party of young ..
PICTURE MOULDINGS
FRAMES
people to the beach last Sunday after- \--- ,

EYE SPECIALIST. sloop noon, In Everett Webster's neat little We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Teas; ::Bsack-eto: Window: Shades 11"

street Fla guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want
:5;i W Bay Jacksonville II. W. Richards and family former rest your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trim and you will be pleased. AND FANCV CABINET WARE.N. ::4..

ideate of this place .
are
now very cosily
settled at Klrkwood a charming suburb MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville Fla. i E''

Stuart. of Atlanta. U- We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. Undertaking Department entirely separate. 11.

The Eden friends of J. C. Frank are __. _ _, _u_ __ __. _ _CC - - --_- -- '

Dado's ever watchful sheriff, John his glad to learn in the of last a slight: Improvement in : 1-- Eau Gallie.J. .
case
few days and hope
rohock was here Monday looking for :
olators of the law he is now on the road to recovery. ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING. ; :

Miss Florence Robinson who is the E. M JIod and
will
Robert Iloke of Jensen, was In town GUODB A OOODE.-Heal Estate and Loan son family return -
uesday taking In the sights, talking most popular young lady that has ever Agent( for .Aetna London and Liverpool 1 soilslob from Carolina on Wednesday.
called Eden, home left, on Mdnday to ( ,l'rorldence-Wsahingtou.andOne| Fire ;
mdmills, water works etc., 'to some our resume her studies at Rollins' College Insurance. Special. attention paid to the School opened here on Monday with a GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 23 YEARS. :

citizens. Winter Park. interest of nun.resident. large attendance. Miss Ella. Singleton ,u

had his cat boat the Is in charge.Mr. NO OF
Hy. Stypman on We HOTEL CARLKTOW-Open the year round. Helllthtful WITH EXPENSE MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
entirely forgot to mention
ays this week; and Schroder also had pleasant of the a very spot. to upend winter or itimmer. Located Ricou of Eden Is having his
meeting Ladles'
i la cup defender out trimming her up Club Tea I on high| bluff overlooking the Indian launch refitted for the winter In the
at the home
,
of Mrs. John G. Wey, lUver. Term modorat
i perfect form. There was a guessing contest, but as the Flung. HOBBHTSOX Proprietor Hodgson Bios'. yard. The

Mr. and Mrs. Robert JUcFherson have prize did not fall to your correspondent, Mrs. Wm. Treutler Is expected back Carder-Campbell Company

turned from their trip to Buffalo, N. we will not tell who was the fortunate rur- Subset Iptlons for the AnvooATK this week from Chicago where she has ,

., and are glad to get back and enjoye winner.A the pink paper of the Bust Coast will'Postofflce. be spent the summer months.Mr. \ .
cool breeze of the St. Lucie. received at the Melbourne .
recent letter from Mrs. .Curtis, of Happerset, with the S. B: Hub- Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street JACKSONVILLE FLA. tp
The recent rains have made the water Hotel Netherby, contains the welcome bard Co., of Jacksonville was In town

so very high In the 'St. Lucie. Wear Intelligence that she, accompanied by Miss Carrie Guard goes to Boynton calling on his customers this week. -Southern Soiling Agents for-

that If a gale: were to visit us that Mr. and Mrs. Lyth and her brother anj tMs week to visit friends. ,
o would lose most of our docks. family expect to arrive In Eden early In returned home Mrs J, II. Andrews of Ttbbals returned -
November. Mrs. M. Johnson has home on Monday after spending, WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and YARltK P3 CRESCENT BRAND.GRAVEL: r"
Tho weather Is all that could be de- Mrs. Curtis will bring a after a pleasant visit to Canaveral. a few'weeks with Mrs. A. R. Hodgson.
horse with '
her
rod-for raising mosquitoes san Frank Qnutler of
Jacksonville was a
be able to about The
and in
go more, cheer up water the river Is higher; thanIt
(age, young duck etc., etc. We hope her lends i with her pleasant guest of the MoIJrldo house Woiks'
1 have a change in the near futuie. bright lively visits. last week. has been for years. A good sign for a Structural and Technical Paints.
mild open winter; so say the old real *
Our summer wanderer have nearly Mrs. Henry Whipple and three child R. W. Beaujean arrived home Tuesday dents PKKONDE'S "LYTHITE" COLD WATER PAINT. ',
Mr. and .Mrs. Chas. ren left on Saturday evening to join her
herson 1 returned.a.d children and Mr. Harryyer Mo- husband at West Palm Beach. Eden from the Pan-Aineiloan looking well Our painter, Mr Spiller, Is putting ___ ___ __.. _ __. __ __ n.. _u. _.u' _' .
for his
still linger In the northern states. parts with those good people with much trip. some flue work on the Bravo cottage
regret and hopes "some time, some day" Frank Robertson Is having the grounds (now owned by Mis. Barboiu) which will JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVEI SI rY.

Mr. Fred Blair will leave this woek to have them back, If not all of them around Hotel Carleton put In splendid add muSh to the looks. of the place. >

11th his brother George for their old perhaps one or two, for our boys are order. Leon Adams is doing the work. . DeLand, Florida . .
"onie In Jackson, Mlc l. We are glad to growing up and perchance. find favor Quite a number of our townspeople
port that Mr. Blair la very much bet- In the eyes of the. young ladles may ten years Mr, and Mrs. C. IT. Stewart Are at home were delay od by the washout on the East Courses of Study IUD equivalent to those of the best AmeilonnBalldlng Inlltllntlon-

rat the time of writing. hence. after spending some weeks In the Northern Coast Line; but all arrived safely Mon- and equipment cost more than f2iO.OHH.: ) ) 'U( .OOO will be.adtetl to thin .
States aud visiting the PanAmerlonn.Miss day evening. Among them wore Mrs. J. ,
j Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hitching and Mrs. Heckler our good sister of mercy 11. Smith W. J. Nesbitt and O. L. Tay plant during the coming year. The University Includes the following departments; :
Helen Miller loft Saturday
|.iughter and Mr. and Mrs. Will Dyerd has been visiting In Eden for a few days. for LaGrange where she will, on teach school lor. Law, College.; Academy, Normal nod Practice School, Music, Art Business. .
children returned from Seabreeze
Wherever there Is sickness this good woman Graduates of the Law Department aio admitted 1 to practice in the courts of .
will be
i the first through train after the re- is present and kinder for the next six months. She Word has been received from our

>nt washouts on the' F. E. O. By. faithful nurse cannot be found.or more She missed here., townsman Mr. E. W HUckney, of Olean Florida without examination. H 11

Our school opened Monday with a never spares herself, Is always bright and Editor Chas. Oslin of the Melbourne N; Y., that he has shipped a car load of For catalogue address the president .
cheery and northbound furniture for his sew cottage here, and J. F. FORBES.' "
uod attendance. Miss Wilson of Palm never complains althoughshe Times stopped On the train that he
will follow
each Is in charge and will that Is often without real rest for months. Tuesday. He will enjoy 'a short vaca- shortly Mr Stick- .
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ur Americans learn correctly The Lord will .surely reward such faith- Lion, visiting/ friends and relatives. ney expects quite a number to visit this
young
In which travel.C. fulness. place this winter from his town. WEATHER REPORT. REAL ICHTATI: FOR SALK.As .
ie way they ought to Capt. Alex J. Goode says this high i

with his lieu business.
water Interferes
W. Corbett is building a launch A from Other remedies only alleviate the Rev. ins II. White observer for
report Supt. J. C. Gluck Re- Owing to the delay In trains arrivinglast By Executor of the Estate at William
ir his own use, which will soon beady form symptoms of dvspppiiU and Indigestion. U. S. Gitvoinineiit.BUMMAUV .
School Primly town W. Va. Oct. Weather Bureau,
week he had to thiow'away a lot of Tietillnr deouiMHd 1
otter at sale
private
for the water. /She la skipjack 18, 1000: "After trying ail other advertised fish. Dr.> Loyal Ford's Dyspeptlclde cures by : rOlt HKITEMIIICIt, 1101.\ i ,
the following described Real Estate belonging
oriel Capt. McNeil has also ordered cough medicines have decidedto attacking the root of the disease and *
i explosive engine which he will place use Foley's and we Tar Fred Fee leaves, this week, for DeLand thus makes a healthy stomaCh that will Highest tempuiatuio, on the 1st 01.0 ; to slid.Estate; 4
Honey exclusively
i his cat boat. In the West to attend the Stetson University, where )peiform all its functions peifeotly. B. Lowest ," rd,, 72.0 No. I. The (trove known an the Soars ,
Virginia Reform School. honor the . , . . 81.0 south side of Eau Onllletiruek : \
I find It the we know he will work hard and do R. Wilson A Son. Mean for month orange: grove on ,.
harmless most effective and absolutely to Dwelt and Melbourne We will all Average mean for 20 years. . . HO,8 in Section :-21, Township :.U7 South, L"
Night Was Her Terror."I B. R. Wilson & Son. miss Freds cheerful face. not Highest " I In lAO" 85.0 llanffo 37 East, containing about >H acres. 'J

would all 'Lo"ost" 181)7) 7H.7 This Is a tine grove a number of betulng' ,
cough nearly night long and II. of Beech.
rites Mrs. Chas. of Fort Pierce.The Mr. Mrs. II. Spencer RaInfall In Inches . . . . O.ifcJ: :. trees. '
ndrii Ind. "and could Applegate, Alex- wood, III., expect to come to Melbourne Average for :2i I years . . . . 7.IW: No. 2. All of 81 of NEt, Section 21, A 'I
hardly get and
any about the last of October spend I
I had consumption so bad thatI may Miss Jessie Sanders has decided to attend Greatest " In 1878 . 2:178: Township 27 South Range 87 East coy.

eep.walked a block I would cough Semmole Indians visited our burg the winter In the one blurt.of Mr.1 Bonter's pretty last school at Stetson University this Least " In 1882, . 3,01 eyed with ...ater. lying In said Eau Uallle
cottages on hey spent
ightfully and spit blood but when all last week. winter In California and the winter be- Prevailing direction of wind. . SK: : River and Eau Uallle Hay, containing
ther medicines three bottles year.Mrs. Number of clear days . . . , II about 30 acres, more or less.
failed $1 Mrs. Babney. of Ankona in town fore that In Melbourne.J. Thomas Sander and grand .. '
f Dr. King's New Discovery wholly!! was daughter have returned fair . . . . 5 No. 8. Commencing at a post 102 feet
to-day shopping.W. home after .. . . . . (II I
; cloudy
South
of NortlienHt
ured and I: 68 It's corner of.SVt
me, gained pounds. the post
of Frostburg, Md., writes ) spending summer with relatives In with rain. . . II\ a
bsolutely guaranteed to cure coughs J. Tucker returned Monday from Georgia. days of Section 4,1 I. Township 27 South, Range
"I had bad attack of complaint
kidney -
olds, \la grippe bronchitis and all throat quite a sojourn in Kentucky. a very Island Home 87 East. From thence run West 270 foot,
nd lung troubles. Price boo and $1. and tried Foley's Kidney Cure The saw mill, which was shut down Merritn Islajd, Fla. thence South 137 feet thence East 170

rial bottles free at B. K. Wilson & Miss Laura Houston and mother are which.gave. me Immediate relief, and 1 I last week for repairs Is running again/ feet, thence South 0 feet, thence East 100) r .,1
visiting at the home of Geo.Iloueton for was perfectly cured after taking two and has a number of orders fill,
on'a drug store. to for Proclamation! of Election For feet, thence north 142 feet to beginning,
a few days. bottles. Be sure you take Foley's. B. pineapple shedding. known as the Wilson cottage lot

Dr.. _Kettles,_the veternary surgeon; arrived It. Wilson A Hon. The mosquitoes are with an once The Town of Tltunvllle.A" No. 4. That portion of S\VJii; Section ,"'

White City.Mr. here with his family, last week, more, we hope for the last time this 51, Township 27 South Range 37 East,

\ from Titus rule. Georgiana.The year although we have had little to N' ELECTION 19 HERERT ORDERED TO commencing at a point 870 feet West from
he bold at tlm Court llonx, oil Mim.ly,
bas complain of In that line this Northeast corner post on J 4 Section line
Mr. Stetson purchased a fine pieceof season. tbs : FIndley drove' over to Jensen ground near his residence and is The "grip" has been in this of R a. i",and' p. in., to elect t as sfpresnld and (SO feet South of said }.X ;-
!
mosquitoes came again, and were prevalent A Section lino for
'uesday on business. planting pineapples Mr. Stetson also Mayor.A a suiting thence .
lively for a few days. IIape they neighborhood lately hardly a family Clerk and Trwumrer. East '
intends pretty run South 42 feet thence Id( feet
building quite an addition to his ;
Miss and In A Marshal and 1'ullwitor of Taxes.
Elma escaping
Fransen with
waa the guest of won't last long. some cases a little thence South 420: feet thence West to
house.. An AiwwiHir" of Tax. ,
Irs. Lamont the other day. School with touch of malaria though on the whole Three Aldermen.. Section line thence North 528: ft, thence
opened morning
Monday
J. W. Smart has purchased fine this Is considered one of the healthiest The following are appointed jiidt'.
a piece I..nonll East feet
717 less
Mr. and Mrs. Larsen drove over'to the a fair attendance. We think we have more or ton point IOU I
places to be found of Ideation V.U. Stewart James Uoldmuttb
ndlan river last Sunday on a visit to of property In town and intends building the best school the county anywhere and J oho Mjr.r., lu.peotool|J. U. llait. olerk., feet West of Southwest corner of plat of i E':

Ir.' and Mrs. Carlson.Mr a splendid residence. He will also planta The continuous rain of the past two A. D. PBNNKX: Hsyor.TltiuvlUe Harno, thence South ICO feet, thence ,
pineapple orchard and cover it. We Mr. DeVeaux Sams and wife were visiting weeks has put a. stop to all garden work FIs.,Bept. 20th, 11101. East 7fiO feet to West side of F. K. C. I :
and Mrs. Babney and family of welcome Mr. Smart and the home Mr. and Mrs. J. 13.
family to our folks on low land, but when the ground dries Railway right-of-way, thence North on / ;
nkona drove over to our beautiful town. Bower, last week. Miss Louise Cannatta off work will go on with renewed vigor West aide of F, E. O. Railway right-of-
Notice of Blaster's Sale.UNI \I
illage Monday with their new horse anduggy. accompanied them home for a week's 00 feet thence east to of beginning
Mr. J. H. Jordan, the genial representative expecting to plant larger quantities of way point -
( of the Cable Piano and Organ visit at Indianola. Irish potatoes than ever before. excepting railroad right-of-way "I

Mr. Hardoe of Jensen and Mr. Claw- Co., of Jacksonville was In town. to-day Miss Nellie Illscock eldest daughterof >foraoloHut KR AND BY aDd VIRTUE ala lHna OF IA ont DECKER of the through said land. Containing: about 25 i

on, of Columbia, Tenn., were out here attending to business. Mr. Jorden has a Rev Olin Illscock, from near Lake lie Was Tortured."I Circuit Court" In and for llrevanl County, acres including the County road. 'rbl. r I
Says ,
x>king over the orange grove, of Mr. fine piano en route to this place to place Fla., arrived Monday. She will Florida. bearing date With flay wherein. tract has A young grove of 600 or OOO I I

ardee a few days ago. where those wishing an Instrument can spend the winter with Grandpa and suffered such pain from corn I IHOItnacauM. Bulkier I. oomplalnaut herein pending and,Anna K. Ulhb HarabK. trees oa It, and an artesian well, etc.Xo. .

Mrs.\ Orrel have the satisfaction of Inspecting It. Grandma Hlscock, and attend school. could hardly walk," wrltos U. Robinson, and Hlla P. Glbltt are daremlant. I will ...1110 6. Begin at Southeast corner of I
gave a very enjoyable Mr. Jordon is a. thorough business man babies Ilillsborough\ Ill, "but Bucklen's Arnica front of the Court" House,aTituavllle, rioridm, Jot now,or formerly owned by J, L. Harrison
uiltlng last at which We have two and .
party Friday a new now theyare tluJ'
and Salve on .\
umber deserves the excellent success he Is completely cured them. Acts thence run South:! across Elbow '
of ladles *
our spent a pleasantay more of a novelty than they were
and achieving for his company. a like maglo on sprains bruises .outs, FI KMT MONDAY IN NOVEMBER: 0' sek to North boundary of land belong
enjoyed few One with Mr. Jones
a sumptions stays
repast. t
and yean wife ago. the harbor the other Is sores, scalds burns, bolls, ulcers. Perfect being the 4th day'of November A. I>. 1001,flur- lug to Wm. Treutler thence East along
While out riding last Saturday Mre across ; healer of skin diseases and piles. lug the lag*' loon 0 01 pale to the hlgI eat and M Section line which Is the North boundary -
utton fell from her horse and Backache should never be neglected.It with MI., Alen! and wife who live In the Cnre guaranteed by Wilson A Bon. 2c. bent bidder cash, all the mortgaged property of Wm.'frllutler'llan.1 A
severly to North bankof
means kidney disorder which If allowed parsonage. Both are boys It I Is reported mentioned Mid u>orm >f forecbeur.towiltLou
rained her ankle which prevented her I and t In block !sn of the town of Melbourne Elbow creek, thence West along bankof
too result and almost the
to run long lo exactly same
om attending Sunday school the next may age./ <'lOr'p.' .. plat on tile In the Clerk'somo said creek'to point of beginning being
;
ay. Brlght's disease, diabetes or other seri They are about two weeks old, and both Cocoa.Felix *of Brevard Oouniy, rlorl<",. In ,
ous and often fatal complaints. Foley's are doing well. I M. .OM)8MITH. Section Township: 211:10Uthr: Range
Mr. J. W. Mosler of Jensen arrivedere Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well. I ftpeelal Mater In Chancery 37 East. This land Is tb the
Mr. and Wlttfeld have made more than A.D.I'ENNIY: ol icitor for Complainant. waters of the creek.
Tuesday noon ready for his fall B. R. Wilson A !Son: of
Poppell City Point was In
ork. He will spend most of his time six hundred glasses of guava jelly. Miss I No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot 21,
town
Mary Wlttfeld and her father have made Wednesday.. Houston's addition Eau
ere this winter in the trucking busies Notice of Master' Sale. to Gallie corner
*. Lotus. between three and four hundred glasses, Dr. L. T. Daniel expects to beln'ltus-. of Houston street and street through the

and they both made a first-class articleof vllle about the middle of next week. Roesob addition, fronting 103 feet oa
Mr. McMlllen\ of Eden brought his -.- good, pure guava jelly, for which. they UNDER AND BT VIRTUE or A JJF.C'RF.II Houston street.
.
Miss Norwood of Is "" and lain' Jimueit ont of the
lie here Monday to enjoy the health- Mr. Tucker killed a six-foot rattlesnake always find a ready sale. Other parties Titusvllle, visiting Circuit Court:: In and for Hravard County, No. 1, Commence about 0 chains 85
'il climate for a few days. They an- Monday.)} are making quantities of the same quaily her sinter, Mrs. J, .F. Mitchell, of this Florida, bearing dam tho Ittnd w'1."lroM. Anifiiiit links West from Northeast corner of
clpate their ; but not In such amounts. place. luol, la aoaiiM herein pending, Edward
making home here this large Section :lOt on Section line between Sec
Walker trnitee la oomnlalnant, the
and Mo
Inter. We are having showers daily-both of The Pioneers I dons 17 and! 20 West 0 ehains
i were quite numerous, Farland fruit Frotmtlon Company, a corporation run P links
The severe storm which' occurred last rain and mosquitoes. S. A. Ingalls Crown Point, N. Y., last Wednesday, attending the picnic at alp of the the Heal of of Florida the I I.. defendant. i'rult I will thence South 10 chains 84 links, thence

eek further north, causing much delay Rumor has It that a new store will be writes : "My wife suffered from kidney Oleander Point. 1 at Company factory, at Tltuavillii MrFarland, and l at the grove IToMctlon South 00 degrees 30 seconds.East 3 clmlnn t

mails and freight on account of wa..hits erected In Lotus shortly. trouble for years. She was Induced tory Quite a crowd came from down the mown a* the (lauldxn' grove near Minis station to Kau Onllle River thence follow the .
up In laid County of jiravard, on tliMONDAT shore of Eats Oallle River
Foley's Kidney Cure and In less In an Easterly
on the '
railroad caused the St. river attend
Dr. Capron and family are expected to to the plcnlo Wednesday /
Cole river to make than a week after she began using It, FIR8't IN OCTOBER direction to a polntduo South from place
of several
a Jump arrive this week, from the north. among whom were the Eau Gallle base C
'et In a few hours, but as the storm she was greatly Improved, and three ball team, who played Cocoa In the afternoon Ming th* lit day of October, loot, during the of beginning, thence north to-point of
.d Dot reach here, it soon went down J. H. Tanner and T. G. Ronald madea bottles cored her." 11. R. Wilson Jc Hqn. : I legal:: hour of.le! to tne blchmi' and bmt bid beginning, containing 0 acres, more or e

!{win, flying trip up the river, Tuesday.C. der for each,.all. the mortaKedproparty a.vntlon* less and known as the Kitchell place.
ad In aid da raa of force mere, to>wit>
}Ir.. Wade returned on
Wednesday All land.and No. 8. NE( of Section 28
D. Livingston left for his home, Roseland. the Impntv.mentsthereon which Township
last, from her visit In the north. She the.alalMe.
srlandYrulti'rotaotkmCo.rosyownwithin 27 South Range 37
East 100
FROM THE OCALA EVENING STAB Monday, after stopping here a few days. I sustained quite a painful accident In a tha next two year, from January tub acres l less railroad containing. 1
Of railroad collision about 80 miles north of luol and all tbs following peraonal property 01 right-of-way.
April lit 1001. Farmers are taking rest for a few tha Mill defendant the lloFarlami
I The trade boat Merchant called Tue. Fruit 1rotwtlou No. 0. NWJ of flection 2S, Township
days by Invitation from the mosquitoes. Jacksonville Company, iiitiiaMand being at Tltnvllle
day her last 27 South Range 87 East
on trip. Hravaru County: stale of Florida, to wit All, containing 1(10(
"We are Indebted lo Mr. George Close School opened Monday with Hiss For. I Another attempt Is to be made to UM penoual D, 1I"ertt: every kind and deaorip. acres, less railroad right-of-way. _
A Fireman' Clone
open Call.
",rtne flnestcabbage and lettuce we have eat as teacher, and litteen pupils en- the inlet at Gibson' cut. fruit ion owned 1'1'.teeUua by ,. defendant un MrFarlai.il I No. ]0. 42 00-100'acres, less railroad ''i

!r seen grow I in Florida. Jl r. Close Is rolled. "I stuck to my engine, although every 115)1InciudloR thesaidlurtpany'sentir.man.nfanturing .. right-of-way being part of Lot 1 and of

than' of tiDe judgment, and one of the I.. D. Hancock has returned from a The bridge gang Is back from helping joint[ ached and every nerve was. racked plant and mauhlnery. located atTIWevtlre NEK of NW>f, Section 5, Township 27

lost, he successful truckers in the State trip; north and we presume he would fill la some of the washouts north of with pln," writes! C. W. Bellamy a elate. owowtby, In p.1.1 the County saki M and farlan state
Is as generous and large hearted Ike to be back just now. here, locomotive fireman of Burlington, Iowa tlnn rni|..ny no Jaauarv the Nth luoi, an.1 all Stewart place.
i ue .
is pro peroll.." Mr. Close bought W. P. Underwood has returned from a "1 was weak and pale, without any appetite patent granted by Ih. United Htat.** covara.m No. l1. Lot 17 and IS, block 4, Townof
seed from the Old Reliable Seeds man, trip np the river. He purchased a 2nd and all run down. As I was nt within two year. front January tlia nth' Eau Gallle.
lull. to tba cud Mi-Kartanir Fruit Pmtnetlon;
+'e,11I B. button, who handle. only the best Working Hour n nay hand engine from Will Faber whllo at about to give up, I got a. bottle of Electric romiaay,and all.took, good will,f ranch IM au.lehariar No. U. Lot 1, block 4, Town of RAG

i J"I! to be had especially adapted to There's no rest for those tireless littleworker' Sharpe.. Bitters, and after taking It I felt as ',f aalil Company, and all the clock and Gallle. Quit claim deed for this only

.la, and makes a specialty of the -Dr. King's New. Life Pills. well as I ever did In my life." Weak berehandlreuw.alby the nth, 1801,or that tile.al nary and I
Test may a. ,
strains of Cabbage Eggplant, Let- Millions are always busy curing torpid, When suffering from racking cough sickly) ran down people ,.alwsy gain quired by the Ml'l Company .l.o. January the For prices and terms .address '
'Ice, Onion and Tomato Seed. See dls- liver, jaundice, biliousness, fever and take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. new life, strength and vigor from their .th, iw>), and all tb. eonfty and rlKht all JOHN HKNRY,
'ay advertisement In another column. e banish sick headache drive Tb. soreness will be relieved and a user Try them. Satisfaction gnaraa- contract for to* protection of Citrus fruit tree .
They Executor Estate of
ague. . and roll nwnau by tb* ald 4: >n>|>aay on Jann. Wm. Treutler deo'd. ;
out malaria. Never gripe or weaken. warm, grateful feeling and healing of teed byII.. B. Wilson
-l'leaae write ns whenever you Ian to Small, Caste nice, work wonders. Try. he parts affected will be experienced. make sod..
r eive the ADVOCATE. them. tae;; at B. R. Wilson! A Son's. T B. R. Wilson if Son. Lr' The ADVOCATE: does job printing. ,ootS Special' Mjir>B H.In JONK1I Chaucery., Deed blanks sold at his. office.



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dies and sell It for more money than VESTIBULED

the grain will bring. Rye that has Pan-American Exposition

PILES been kept dry will grow when. two I (!MITED
;year old.-Cor. Prairie Farmer.
BUFFALO N. Y.
"I.ufl>rd. the tortnrr oft h*dared .
AM !Motion. TRAINS
with pi itrudlng piles broiwht on b .onwtlpa.loo Inavntona '
aa: wblcb I wan aflllrtfd for twenty Ground can be easily cleared! of small May 1 st to November
y eels i I ran names your CASCARET8 the Iv1. zr 'r OAILY i I.
lowuof, Newell.|: la., and never found anything tones by the simple device shown In DOUBLE SERVICE
lo equal thorn. To-dny I am entirely 're. from The Farm Jour

pUN O) H.and KUTI feel like Nil a Jones new man.fat.,"Sloui: City, la. nal. An Iron gar ro94Ny Seaboard Air Line
den rako and a The Railway

CATNARtICTRA01 CANDY aide box' with removed one : Y YR.tes

; gives a ""broom' Offers low Excursion from all) Florida points. Tickets" on :'', |hailq| ,

4 4 and dustpan l 4 yrht from JACKSONVILLE $33.10 linrtt twenty day, and .Jn.J(1( ,,lll"1, l tlctobef
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IT01Ol:0ATIIEnJ: arrangementthat 31, 1001.\ Corresponding low rates from other points.

MMIa ...Iraw makes the picking of stqnei an
via RICHMOND and
Double dallj service Including Sunday, WAMIIXOTQ
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altogether different affair from the old N
fashioned finger and basket method. For further Information write..

PleM.nt. Palatable. Potent Tam Good. TK The box has handles to permit empty .t- ; V yiii A. O. MAcrDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. .- Jacksonville, Florid| .
aoue,4.v.rBlake.' Weakan.or Gripe.10o,3i>o,too. ing. It Into the cart which Is to haul the S. M. BARR, R. E. L. BUJJCn,
CURE CON.Tff>ATION. ... stones a away.
_.oo laS ....., ...._,. ao_a..w..I. raw w.... .u I. V. P. & O. M., Gen. Pam Sgt.

"old and all Bow to Destror John..lt G...... PORTSMOUTH!, VA
IID.TO.lAC .1.t..vo CUKBTobaoooHabllTAccented A Homo and Farm correspondent recommends : - - ,
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the following as a good way
to retard the growth of Johnson or : . Dixie Flyer Route . .
I.
Free and Keann' grass, which often becomes .
Masons. such a nuisance that Its Introduction U Double dally trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST:: VESTIBULED BUFFET CARS

II 'If '" considered very doubtful wisdom by . Tri-\Vcckly Sailings . t=.' -Through without change: '
some people: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE: AND ST. LouIS:

co First.-Get you some wire and fence -.-.Close connections made In Union Depots for-
Indian No. 90Titusville the ground that bas grass on It and put BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and<< 'all points West and orthweBt.

';" % cattle In It. If'you need the land to Be sure that your ticket reads, via -
Ulcer work, put cattle In pasture In tall and Calling at Charleston? S. C., both ways) WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD, and NASHVILLE, CIIATJAXOOSA" (

Lodge-, . Florida next spring. About May take them The Finest in the Coastwise Service & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. '
Molds lu meeting. the 8 ond.nd fourth Friday out then break the ground well; then Steamships For information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...
of eMih" mouth, al the late Armory: Tltu.I .- bed and plant In corn, work: clean then T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pas Agt, .Jacksonville, Fla.

Tlllo.
J. R. Walker Senior Warden. Is tbe same next Direct Service Between Atlanta. Ga. Nahvllle, Tenn?
", U, ". B.liuYler' Junior Warden pulled'then'do;' year .
J. M.Dixon TrtaHiirer.K. etc. :::;:
Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
J. A.A.Hngliei Morgan,,Chaplain.fleoretary. Second.-If you don't like the first i ,

,1 J.:I :Chrrutherfi, tienlor Deaoon. way try this: In the fall .break: ,the '(Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) SYSTEM.

I,;. J.W.H.M.\fr Woodward Ten,Senior Junior Stewanl.O. Deaoon.. land deep with a small plow. If the SEMI-WEKRLT BAUJXG9' pLANT

.J \ H. Walton Junior Steward. land Is rough then rake It off with a Houthbonnd...................................... ........... ....from Lewis Wharf Boston
h'j, R. 1C. Mlmn, '1'.,Tyler. hay rake. It very rooty'"turn under Mprtbbound....?..................... .. .............from loot of Catherine Street, JaekeonvllleClyde
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---- With a large turning plow; sow In oat
," Car Line from Florida.-Connections
The &real Through :
N HAY 1 or barley tben'next: year1 plant In coru. St. Johns River Line.
AND
.1, ; PASTURE. all ran. The Atlantic Coast Lisa, via Charleston, Richmond
. Ie'- Be sure to cut grain before the grass To the East via
(DeBary: line) via
anti The Southern Railway, Savannah Columbia
t Arkai.aas III._.... With. C......... head out. It you don't want to plant BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANfORD. Washington.

....fc._ m.t V....... O....... grain oa bottom cut all the grass off Astor St. Francis, Beresfonl (I) (.and), Blue Springs and intermediate laD4- and Washington
Stopping at Palatka, ,
A bulletin of the Arkansas station aroun4 It and turn under with two toga on the St.John's River. To the West Tike Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and CbattanooRO. Tibet"

''..). gh lv-s some information about bay aDd horse plow after frost. Then plant STEAMER "11. G. DAY." y.,via Montgomery; The l Southern: R'y via Savannah, Columbia
and Asheville. The M O K'y via .Montgomery.
next year In corn. GAFT. W. A. SHAW.
.JIulltureo plants for that stale '
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t The most desirable and Leave foot Catherine street Jacksonville 5.*>..p. m., Tnmdaya awl Saturday' the vi Steao>8brp. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
satisfactory .. To East
" : We have seen the frail Infant when the Leave Sanfor0. &:IH> a. m Enterprise eno: n.rMomlays ami 7hnredaye.Gen'I PLiiadelpbta. and Boston via Savannah and Merchants a Minim
huy plant tor Hummer conslderea
growing -
i v faint struggle for existence seemed almost .
.,t ] from the standpoint of food pro- ended resuscitated and made strong by Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville ;I Transportation West and Conipaay IL.vanaviarort'M Baltimore.To Tampa and Penlo nlar & Occidental Steamihlpi
y 'duccd and fertilizer' added to the soil the use of White's Cream Key
Vermifuge.Price and Prince Edwards Wand, via Boston and Canada
- To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton ,
+ la the cowpa the Whippoorwill andAViTnderful 25ots. B. It. Wilson & Son. A. C.HA6ERTY, Eaat'n P....... Agt.' r.1\1.IRO"iMOSO.llR; ,JR., KU Pace Aft.. line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottostowo.
a' 19 StateCt.New' York I 204 West Hay IU".cll.unvm.. Atlantic and Plant Steamship
varieties being preferred. I'net..i Poptl. THOS. D. HALEY Local FreljthtAjIe..tC.; \ j P.IX>VKI J.. A..t./Fla. Sal'e.. .
<\ AM a crop for winter growing for KU.* loot slogan 8t Jacksonville, Fla. I| Foot Hagen M (.avkionvllle Fl..
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Miss Julia Wilson, Hcboolteucbvr In JOHN. L. IIOWARD, Superintendent Foot Hogan Bt.' ,Jauk onvlllc. Fla., XN"-rEEL TC>1:1 :rS: ElTs
bay;. soil protection and soil Improve- KIJKK: General Maoaicer. WM. f ULVHK' M/. Oeiiurul Agrmts.ChesebrotiKU .
'medt hairy vetch (Vlcla vlllosn) has White county bus Introduced n new THEO. : Building, lu State St.,Opposite Battery 1'ark, New Tork. will be on sale throughout the Northern: Eastern, Western and Southern State to

"i ;proved most satisfactory, followed In method by which to prevent tnrdineSHamong C. II. WALTON. Agent THmYillc, Fla. FLORIDA\ RESORTS, via. the Plant System, during the season of liiiil-KHe\ ,,llm-
t her pupils says a dispatch from ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover prUilcdges Florida.
ord p by .crimson clover and red elo..vel' .
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-- to undersigned
north sent
Dublin. Ind., to the Chicago Record- ----- I Addresses of parties In the mp-
Corn and consld-
sorghum are and handsome advertising matter.
Herald. She announced before the plied with information\
I erod the best forage crop for the school that she would Kiss the first ar' Cheap excursion rates to BWFAFO, X. T., account Pan-American BxpoiltloD,

tare.Sorghum. Is preferred for summer rival every morning. Miss Wilson Is a Florida East Coast Ry. enabling passengers-to visit Niagara Fall .

feeding for bog and dairy cows. Cutting handsome lass of 18 summers, and the F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger Agont.
boys declare she Is "sweet as a peach"The t 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
the
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may begun as soon as '
after her announcement Time Table N. SO. la Effect Sept 1. IBOt.
...\. stailts begin to head out. first morning B o'clock a number of B. V. W r6nn ( Pae.engerTratfloManager, Savannah, Ga.
:' Iloga like sorghum best when the as early as SOUTH BOUND (Read Down. (raNd''Up NORTH BOOTt: :
roosting on W. B. DEN HAM General Savannah Ga.
Superintendent, ,
I tbe eldest schoolboys were ,
+ talk la and the In the .. .
:. sweet grain !Ii u.1Iio.H4 .116 u 9e w Ptytxl
t., S milk stage. In order to preserve the the fence awaiting their pretty school Dally Daily Daily STATIONS. Daily Dally n.y, ...... _
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teacher's arrival. At 8 o'clock the entire S .a.tM1 .JtJq \
.. sorghum in this state It Is recommended school there. The township I : :-:-:-:: f; i L...v......... Jaok.on..Ule ... ......Ar 9Wp T()Ua ::;::: 3 :t.
/. to pile the stalks In large piled and was p hasp to eta .......Jaoll.oovm..Lv 6621 16oo.: ..,... t"tQ :
trustees also put ,In an appearance. D'4 : ...... 8I6plllJa.' ... .tI .AUlC.... IDe.... .... .. btap 7 ...... t-400
I' L', cover with straw. Early Amber ls the her .s W .. S4epn4T. ......... ...thllr. .. ..11I1'-IP 716aQ .. Z Z
promise.
Wilson
' variety usually grown. Miss kept E-4 .7. top it tap .......ItIuo Palatka:::::..:' 4tap 700.t .::... .-. Id7a4p
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[ . 1254p ., .. Noolla .. . 41l1p 621Mo I tIj
' .,8 The results of seven years' tests at Corn-huakers' sprained wrists, barbed- Q i P4 W ...... 741pU6 ........._.Bunnell. ............" 40'1p 6111a...... y e Southern
" r. the station 'indicate that She grasses lacerations :z pe ... .. 711Jp U/lltp/ ........... Dupol1t............." 4UUp 6//a( ...... :
: wire cuts, burns. bruises, severe 0 CD ...... 820p 12tp: .... ....Armond............," asap-6b ..... Q t-4 f7I
: bent n j r the state are orchard grass, Bermuda are promptly and happily cured by applying J504 ash., 1411' ..........t'wrt Orange....... ... 1112p II lOa ....- t4: '"'
,; Q Q 'Salt. ...... ..... 10A'
26 . II 111171' .N "Smyrna" 260p II Q
l' grass and hairy vetch for permanent : Uallard's Snow Liniment. Price .. gaup'., ..... ... ..
lI IIa . .........O&k HIli... 21111p toll" tII-;:
r rntttdowa; and llcrrnuda gross and hairy and oOcts.) B. K. Wll on & Son. Q '2 0 Wa .:..:: 8t14ip .........., 'Jlt..vUle.: .... ...... 10MI' ::..:: l'lI 0 t21'841) ,
"'" i-4 . .. ...... ;, ....... .. ..Cocoa.. .. ... ...... 1.111p. .....Z Ii!: Railway
.... vetch for permanent pastures.The turn Krl...r.. W I W z.4 . ... .... a sip ......Bookledux .IllnctloD.. .... l 114) ...... ..... .. Oi
? prejudice\ against Bermuda, grass .... / pep .. .. .........JCauliaUl... .. ...... flail' ...... 0a
Q Q:
I ) Cut the kernel rrom five or six ears : 0 "..'.".'.' 421ST.: "F........ M..lbourne..,...;....." ''2b.p ... .# .. Z
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of It
:.. belt by many farmers because of corn. Hf *nk an egg: In It and add unit o F a.,. .. ... .. .. a 061, "4.?........tIo>.....,lan.. ... .... .. .,.. ltti.a .. ... ... 0.,.. t7
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i wO'dllke tendencies Is considered un- I- .. ... ... : 11/011 ............""tlt Lucie............ Ibl ... ..- ,, ...
v methods of and pepper\ to sulj\ the taste. Drop QW .. ... ...:: 'Atop .. "........ Port P1................. .. Itr.. .:...: .:...: !S. e
: founded since by proper from a large: spoon Into a frying pub Oe"; t:= .,. .. ... 624p ,. .............Tlhh..I...... ......... .". tobie. .. ...... paO ...,......
rotitktn and cultivation the grass Is .. ... .......... ...... .. .. TO
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11 .(., I ( controlled. with hot !butter In It. Fry on both ..s t> E+ '..".... .teiu', ...............Jeneeeen..::......:::: .. IY' :l a . ... ..... b tIj '=' IW T L'o.IEJ-QIJICK.: TIME

I' ;' .easily Alfalfa Is considered a'valuable plant Ides to a .,.!:b brown. Canned corn Jq W: tV .::::.: : :::: H-* :: :::::::::'IiO ):";::;'d::::::::'.. : Iii 4"a 1.:.a :::::: :,:::: txfHty '=' OJ $Mn< ton,., Baltimore. Philadelphia. ;. '
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.may be u s. 1."stItch .... ..... ... .. ... .
for meadows and pastures !; 4 ..... 716p weet .h.plt..r. U.1.a ::: e IP7 York CMcaao. en cl.Bail,,
t permanent C 1-4 .. ... Beach... .. ...
..... T1I7p" Palm _
I : vrtwyq both surface and subsoil are A In saves ," and a a .... 11211 '. ........iRest oynto ..........;., ".. 11 u... .I!: ---c LOiSviUe': Atlanta; BlrmlB,"MM,
E-4 . .. .. ............DooIny ...... 8_ .. :t
Is IUtIp
Considerable core rein at .
drained. Horehound Elq.AND
wi-41 dose of Dullard's Syrup Jq.: .. ... IIllIp" ....... .. a.leilyl... ...,. rn ... .... trjP4 ; .batranooga ItltuphH fc CM! Koalas
I raaxn
pnlCad\ getting It started but after the beginning of a cold will save you .cI ..LI : -
! bC'K'IS' once started It la permanent. many weary hours and even days of distressing :::::: : :: :: tR' Ar..: ::::: Mtamt.: ::..:.':::::7": alts, :. :..' ::: ; ti, ALL POINTS BAWV A.ND >VB8TJNO

and harassing cough. l"rloe.m: llutT '..rlo. Car on trauii n:. "nrt 7H.No.19 .

r. REMARKS ON RYE. and COots.. D. n. Wilson & Son.A . NoI' No.1H No. 'l'HIERUNa AFFORDS S8RVICB LIKETIIISS:

\, D.l..lo.. md b'lDd Dally Daily MAYPOBT BRANCH. DallyTOfta Ih Deity BUD
THE EXPRESS
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YORK
001a & FLORIDA
'. God Tlthl. It Doe. !. a Scetlaa Willie-Those goldfish you:. sent home Only Onlt'lO [! iJ1t, ea a&w"tlajl L.v............ .....l.'k.Drill...... ..... .. .A-j ll901. ......
YYlu411ts Frt.ada Ar. Makr. are fakes.. :tUlIp qlp IV Ilia Up 8UHa1UH ..............JackiwnvlUei.....p........... '\! I tt4a aa7p 1t2': ...... AND THE: U. 8. FAST MAIL .
I; The writer considers rye next la Importance Sllmson How do know? a .1 ............. Pablo Boach................ &Qiplltualli&a ...... '
1 you -146 IUII6a 7000 91.\00 ... .. ......Atlantic 8eA ... ..... :'. ..... / 7 W. 6 top ...... To the B..*. ..... North. 'I'ITWE i
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: to tho root crop. It Is nothing "Why, I took them\ out of the water. an," 'II". 7"." act.. At. .. ... . ..Ma.r.. .. ... ... 'Lv II..a 44A" II DUB .....

uncommon i for rye here to yield 40 and they turned brown In 15 minutes" .M.- J. bushels to the acre and If the ground -Life. Dally Dally: DallytiiSaTitta Dall! JjiilSSilliisirrp ooIJy "IIr: -
, for''; properly prepared and good seed well ' : '7iiiIp 2l I Lv.. .Pal ytk. ... .A r I.iw.. .I 7 \4.j !h. 1P 1itiopj : To the \V..t: _MA Noorth.\" ..t.
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, 1 will It Is a mistake to suppose( tbnt It la Stop 4:11p 1211I111"'''' aiua Ap.Du.t: alartce..lv SI w 7' t'I"II' I'w" ai' 71>
k4a' put in there 'Is no failure. Rye ---- - ... .... The Hue through "The Lane 01: UM Sky" Ash=vMle Not
i\\1 ,. live1 through winter that will kill every always the lust straw'which breaks BAN Ma'IkOBR1\UH.: \IDcll aupa1lylDanyJ Dally Sprints.: N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in tin

'wheat and clover plant. the mind1" hack Chicago Herald. 'I ; ... .. ..... ..KM T.l Ar hliip toAbbeville .
'e: Rye baa so many friends la Sheboy- ---- ---- ----- -- 8( 6pITij|( L.Ar . .. . .. .. .. ... . . .. Ban Mateo... .. ... ........... ..... .... LVI| 5 46a! World. Through Sleeping Car from, Jacksonville
I 11 : and Hot Springs North CarollMk.Cftctet .
that pains have No. 2 oat No *
lraD county, WIs.. great 14
,II .Ji beets taken to get the best varieties. You Dan EiJI OKANOB O1TYBRANCH.. I.Dally z.Ba81upLT. Dnlty satin SANFORD BRANCH. Daily Itatlu ct Rousts to Paa-AmetIcalt GxwltlON. Buffalo D. V.Throug.li .

I ., Grains of my.ryo are much larger than .,, ..New p TTiSaTlda. Lr...........MTltitBviUe..............Ari. ij:
. wheat. A bushel and a half U none 4 lip .' .......Lake "Brmrna.I.............Lr OoOp "" :. ............ M\ma...............Lv I07p Veatibuled Trains raUnUM Drawiag-TOML 'Sle.pi t Car*.
'. . / 6 Up >8Ha ........ ....stem.............. 116'MItfttn:
i t'' ., too much for an acre especially; If land Lead aHorse 480p. Ar.Oranl"lJU'Jo.: OrangeCtEy..., . Step liMa" ............J&it..rpr1_............ .. Through Coaches.EXCUUL.BINT .
, la fpU of weed seeds. This rye wash 46p e&.Ar.............Hnnford.. .,. .. ., lltaa.Tb.eTlmTable. .
J\\ DUNJUMO CAR SBRVICE.Through
," grown, on reclaimed swamp land and but can't whoa the time at whluh train may be ..._ted to arrive and depart Cannedto
to water Trains via la
will yield about 40 oushcU to the acre. you aeveral stations. but their arrival or departure at the times .ta_ la not im.ranternl. The Southern Railway are Operated
', < \ TW ground was lightly manured with make him drink. from. the nor doe the Oumpany hold ItMlt reaponailile tor any delay or any eonaoqueaow arising e with the Plant System from Jackiwtvill
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! r jE,:.. coarse horse manure. him therefrom.PENINSULAR. Ask for Tickets via Souther Railway. ConespOBsdeac. Solicited.OAKY. ( .
can't make cat
; Rye can be sown in August .or any You AND OCCIDENTAL .

,I A4\ (.' tlmd before the ground freezes. I have either. You can stuff food into STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. a: 7. Florida Pasn( Apat.1I Wtit Bay .*..JACK40NYILU. FtA

' eeea good crops of rye where the grain a.w.: HARDwiCK.O.e.nl ties Ant, w. TAYLOR, ..".Sea. ISIS .1'0
I I 1\\; was" sown so late that the plants could a thin man's stomach but BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA. WAHH1MUTON.O.. C. ATLANTA,UA.

hardly be seen above ground until the him it. July i.
that doesn't make use Leave Hava"bWedlunit aluISaturda'.10
: I{ nexj spring. I sowed seed on rye Leave. MlamtMondMan.tVrttay..1005pm. W"M \e.ta and ". . ..
.\. } grass Arrive Key W...'' "..'.nd Saturda I W pm Arrive. Key .c. II ta'ptuIsav.KeyWeatTne..andSUndaya. 190'I
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'/ two weeks before we could.get on the Scott's Emulsion can make 7apu Leave CeyWrtThutamlSun. 4u pnArrive
.and Monday 61W am Arrive Miami J'rld31..lldOl1day. out)am
I \ land with a team. If rye is not sowed him it. How ? By making HavanaVIHH. card address Agent. -- -
tim any
, I.t\i'\ : a by Sept. 20 watt 'until the ground Is use For copy; of local
t: freeze of J. D. AHNER. A.. t. 0.... P..'. A-=..t. ST. AUOP8TINE. FLA
about to up. him hungry, course. .
Spciad Low' Rates:
''k One who has land Infested with Can
makes thinbody
.. ada thistle will find great satisfaction Scott's Emulsion a

I f, In sowing rye thick and early. Some I hungry all over. Thoughta THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE TO THE EXPOSITiON.
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p' ow' rye here Intuly and pasture It so PAN-AMERICAN

It cannot joint then harvest a crop the thin body was naturally hungry Patented In the United State., Great Britain and Canada

I nextjear.; Our millers are making very didn't you ? Well it isn't. Tickets now on sale viaMallory
One white flour from our new varieties PRICE, $4.00 and *8.00 EACII. Should be used by every Boat Builder in the U. S. 1 I

j'r of Some rye. of the fattest horses In this working-gone A thin body is on asleep-not a strike.It In Use by some of1 the Principal Boat Builders In the United States. Lines .

country last spring were wintered ont For Sale by :
; rye straw and water with a few car- doesn't try to use it's food.Scott's Jas Pritchard & Son. : w.

'r s rots') The unthrashed rye was run Emulsion wakes it FLORIDA.SEE . .AT
through a cutting machine and the carrots TITUSVILLE, .

: through a sllcer and the whole up-puts it to work again THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. ,.,tI

I .I I put together and wet and mixed 12 making new flesh. That's the __ __ _ __ _ ____ h and LOWER. -JT--J-RATES; THAN: DY ANY: OTHER LINK, Including a i iocrtns
/ hours before being fed. going on any ship. Final return limit October 25.

jl lit Sow rye once and ;you will sow It way to get fat. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE"Prints etc.,For apply ntee to, descriptive and illustrated- matter.
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again. Many of the small farmers Send for free sample. ;; 1.
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I I. A.. W. *** As..sm W.Bay
,i' and some large ones thrash the rye SCOTT 4 BOWN K, CtiwnlM. Pearl Si. N. V.uc all kinds of :oa>mercUl ititlonery. Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill, Etc.,: C. H.MAIXOKT J'RAYMOND. BafllIIng' 0.. *.
... A la. la Slipi, UroexlwayS6 -
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r. vfittlflaile, bind the stray Into.buu-! } aad fi..000aU c&n.u. ral Astau. .43 A6

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TITUS LLE.I . -'- L. ,', C
Fall's A.pl'O..h.> THE HOME GOLD CURE TALLAHASSEE.
The Ie.... are turning Into add; ,j'.

: : i: :IAN: RIVER: :: :aO'J'EL.:: It Ttirj I. a little.lw.3'1) way do they tin: MUM bave!, An Ingenious Treatment by: Which Drunkard ST. JAMES Hotel f

A fort o* (mo goods g m.. are Being Cured Dally In Spite TALLAHASSEE, FLA
TITUSVILLE, Tht buy twilight bring a moon 'of Th.m*.lve>.. No Nomlou Dote .". :
That takes up halt th. dry Centrally located. The only brick hotel In the city. The table Is supplied I.
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.. INDIAN RIVER, And mak. hungry follow think No Weakening<>( the Nerve A Flenunt, with the best of food. I. tigo, airy tooma and good beds. Rates $J to $:.i I
Of future pumpkin pi.. Positive Cure for the Liquor ...blt. per dny. Special by the week. 1
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FLORIDA. The elder prw gets bull:!' now; It la now generally known and understood C MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop. 1'j '

It doe not atop nor 1*.. that drunkenness Is a disease and . . ... .
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debate, weukDeflfc. tilled with --- -- -
And country folki again not A body poison, .
f J. O. BAST, Proprietor. "Dot Cider CHUM t Jag?" and nerves completely shattered by per lUCIIMOND, VA. I,
Tti. pric of coal got up a notch iodical or constant use of Intoxicating
The prlo.ol In coma down; t
liquors, requires an antidote capable of
" .,.. folk who aprnd their coin" abroadAr
The hotel fronts on the hiwlUnir now In town. neutralizing and eradicating this poison, ,
. wide sweep of buy((7 miles aod destroying the craving for Intoxicant The Lexington t RICHMOND, VA.
i 1 t Ile In .And. oh, the rah.rab boy permit *. :Sufferers may now cure them
j and Main Streets
RivermaklagItadelightful Hla hair to crow' quit long Twelft.h
.. Indian with .tl. selves at home without publicity or loss ,
And burst the air coUrt
! I .-.....-'-.,.,.... '''-:.= :: z -:--"110- summer re Or tune hi. college eutig.Tb jr of HOME time from GOLD business CURK'by: which this wonderful has been American and European plans. i.I..
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:.. ::":' ;;' sort. Constant cool theaters slw open, and ,
I .. -;.- -- breezes from the sea and New ragtime amp w* squall tThM perfected after many years of close study American plan W.OO(\ to i iU. .t.. European plan $1 and upwards:' ,,t.;
, bay. Flowing sulphur aymptonu imk It wry plain J and treatment of Inebriates The faithful
I springs. Special.winter W. know that It I I. all. use according to directions of this wondetful A. MKRRITT, Caterer A. D. ATKINSON, Proprlo.'or.L .

I rates. Baltimore Amerlran. discovery Is positively\ guaranteedto -L :-- '
cure the moat obstinate case, bo matter '(
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YORK
! how hard a drinker. Our records ; ;
A show the marvelous transformation ot ,
IFBRIRIF(R E 4
I JACKSONVILLE. n LArLIULlluL. thousands of drunkards into sober, Industrious
Fifth Ave amflSth
! and uptight men. Hotel street, :
I - WIVES CUKE ;YOUR HUSBANDS II Kensington New York. '

I 'ftS employed as night watchmanIn Children cure your fathers! This remedy .

DDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. a sugar refinery. There were two : Is In no sense a nostrum but Is a specific Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan. '
for this disease only, and is so skillfully ".
of watch, and night the
us on ono
devised anti prepared that It Is Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.. \"'. "
weather was so hot that we both fell thoroughly soluable and, pleasant to the ;'r .

asleep front exhaustion. Suddenly I taste, so that It can be given! In a cup of GEORGE C. HOWE, Propiletor.
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. and
Thoroughly repatred ic-
awoke and smelled smoke and heard tea or coffee without the knowledge Late of the Buckingham, St ,Augustine, and other Florida hotels j

novated. Newly furnished throughout.' Liberally conducted . .' the crackling of flumes. I awoke my the person taking It. Thousands of -- - . . - . . . -- . .
drunkards l have ouiod themselves with -
Rates $3.50 .day and and the \
per up. companion Blackwood opened
this priceless Remedy, and as many more SAUATOQA SI'KINGS. N. Y.
door of the room. have been cured and made .
'. B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor temperate men
A cargo of raw sugar and molasses by having tLe cure administered by loving

had Just been taken la, and thin was filends and relatives without their EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA, SPRINGS;, N. Y.
piled up on each side of the vaulted knowledge In coffee or too, and believe .

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. passage; that led from the main door to-cl.iy that they discontinued drinking of.. This beautiful family hotel will the tame "
open for 10th season, under the
JACKSONVILLE FLA. their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. .
of the! refinery. This mass was on management; on June 1st 11)01 .
,
Do not be deluded nnd misleading
by
American and fire antI was sending out demo volumes apparent New plumbing, with the latest has been
European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened 'improvement.' ])rive out the Improvements, put in throughout ;
of smoke. On the other aide of the entire house and It halt also been
newly painted and refurlllsh cI.
this lifi > at and for all time. The 't j
season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water < ( ii a once
: ntnlra which led to The hotel accommodates two bundled
UII"I're woodo.it "1I0 1E: GOLD CUKE" Is sold at the guests (at reasonable rates) and has
:Baths, Elevator, etc. FIve minutes from any wharf or depot. All various part of'the building, and these extreaiely: price of One Dollar, thus live bundled foot of shady please ..
Tn flames. The location, opposite Windsor Hotel on South Broadway, Is'one of the beat .'t
alto We sut.I
street the were were placing within I reach of everybody a treatment
oars door. Rooms 50c -
pass 75o and
$1 a day. Rooms and In Saratoga and block from all the
only one
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I principal springs. ,
rounded by the flames, and the heat more effectual than others costing .'j
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board 2.00, to $2.50 per day. I.was so great that It was certain we *:23; to $.0. Full! directions accompany For terms and. other particular, address :. i
Mrs. A. J. P. .M, SUAREZ. Saratoga Springs N Y. '
WALKER ,
Proprietor. could not survive long.' --ItlackwooJ andI each package t-peclal advice by skilled "

.. . .. . looked at each other In dismay. Ills physicians when requested without extra ... .
charge.: Sent prepaid to any part of the :
boy appeared to be calmer than either
ST. AUGUSTINE. world on receipt of $1, Address Dopt.
'OIHolal Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's ,
cried "FaUll' Association.
of us and suddenly out, '
C 705 EDWIN B GILES & CO., 2.UO.J2Market : - --.._-
the beer cellar! :St., Philadelphia. All correspondence
FLORIDA HOUSE AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. The men who worked In the refinery* strictly contldoutlnl.tlon. Tho Chicago Net und Twine Co.

The Old City Dy-the-Sea. I on amount' of the great heat to which "

This well known hotel will remain the they were subjected, had a dilly! allow- Manufacturers of- .
Entire
open Year. St. Augustine Is When r, regained my consciousness I
a delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that ante of beer which was kept ht.. stone I found I was In the Infirmary '
no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi cellar about 12 or 14 feet underground.It foo .
told men'we"
They me that when the ,
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all was to this place the boy referred. :
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Liberally Tha top of the fttouo stair which led clearing awny the rubbish they heard

conducted. Capacity :2./;,>0. Summer Rates: $2.to ia.50 per day, $a to to It was surrounded by Ore, .but we at n sound and. remembering' the cellar,
$12 per week? For further particular address once rushed to it and descended the hud dng down to It. They thought: at a I

F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. first that we were all dead, and It was I ,
steps. In passing the flames at the top ,
not till a medical man had seen the
of the stair my face was scorched and E .'
bodies thnt l If wan discovered! that there ,
my Lair singed. The door of the cellar '
ALGONQUIN HOTEL ...FRONTING. ON THE PLAZA.M wo still BOnif life loft lu me :I .
was locked, but with the strength of
ST AUGUSTINE, - FLORIDA.Sea desperation we Jaslied ourselves' against I lay there for months and walDe'er I. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Detcrlptlon. t
oxpictcd to A
View. Open for rooms only. The rooms arc large and airy,. with It and burst It ox>n. How cool ft felt and strong constitution recover.however;young served Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, nope, Etc, sn 1
after the fearful bent of the furnace Originators Wholesale) Price direct to the Fishermen. .
comfortable beds: Rates moderate. rue In good: stead and I was at last
we bad Just left! Bat how long wouldIt 70-81-8.J: E. Indiana St. Chicago, III. '
able to till\ n good situation .which
very
MRSA.6. PELL, Proprietress.. remain so was the question that the owners of the refinery ...Mention The AnvpoATB In your letter.. j .
kindly procured -
Blackwood and I Considered in a few
-----.-----"= hurried words. We had hardly closed for roe In England. Ten years We pre Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association '

SKABKUKZK. have passed since then and I urn gladto
the door when we beard the frightful

crash of the falling roof of the refinery say very few effects have remainedof _..- ..-. --. .,.--- .- .. . -- -- .... -J \\5,
that terrible experience.: : -New York .
and pieces >f burned wood .
< came hissing
The Breakers BY-THE-SEA, SEABREEZE, FLA. and crackling1 down the stair.Ve News. WHITE'S CREAMNolis1 ,

(City Beautiful.) rolled two barrels behind the door, Vnn...........J' ll.r.*in*.*. \ VERtirliFUCE !

Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier. which we did not fear would catch Qre, hint Kaiiuer 1 hear they give Hank .
Mo t In Quantity. awl la Qualllr.fjj
New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100 guests. Overlooking the as It was covered with Iron. and then a cross exnuiluatlon-ln that trial up to *fj *fjJ \\t\S U t >f w"'i f ir_ >i''Vs*

Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Room with or without bath, single we waited while It began to grow town. For 20 Years Has Led c! all Worm Rome los. t \

or en suite. Flint-class system modern plumbing throughout the entire build hotter and hotter. It was quite dark. Second Jo"lIrtlpr-Yps. an I can't "see _C :JIg; :11Y .ALL.Ia7A.i7tileJrI: : : : : _T. I iPr.p.rea
ing. Twentb-elght bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh water there, although we were so close to the .
needed
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why they to be cross about It. bJ'-"-- +, JAMES F. BALLARD 8l. Louis. ;
shower baths. Life line extending four hundred feet into the Ocean, and two bright flames. I could hear Blackwood Ifunk'f the beat natured cuss, I ever n'I

deep latest sea Improved ushlng.life boats for svfety to bathers at any possible mishap, and for praying as be1 knelt on the floor of the ee.-Cblcngo: NVwn; + -----_._--, --_._---_. _. ---_. - -- '
attention will -
Special be
to
paid fishermen and fishing parties _
cellar. He was a good man, I believe, '
under the personal of II
supervision manager. The reaken" has been erected
and well for ,the death that The excitement Incident to
prepared
without regard to the
expense to meet demands of those who appreciate first- 4 "
class service, and It will be the aim of the management to retain It as such. met him that night. I soon felt the and change food and wl\teroftOQ

SEA FOOD A SPECIALTY-Opens July 1, 1001. Rates $8 to $12 per choking stench of burned sugar, and on on should diarrhoea leave, and home for this reason no on ADVOCATE. .. ,
week. Special to families and putting hand to the floor I without a bottle
parties. Any further Information will be glady my was
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera. and Diarboea ;i ;
furnished upon apppllcatlon to G. A. PACETTI, Manager, burned severely. .
Remedy. For sale by all
( urnished cottages to rent In Seabreeze, Fla. The melted sugar and scalding: molasses and medicine dealers. druggists a t

connection with hotel. II. L. KOCHERSPERGBR. Prop. were flowing down the stair and Brevard County, at .least, should bo on our i

filling the place where we were.. The no.d..f Mllalppl.
floor sloped considerably, and I retreated Dr. J. A. Howan. a prominent physt "la* "

COCOA. to the end farthest from the clan has the following to say about, list. t And. also, do not forget to'send ,its i

door The heat was growing Intense the roads of the state; ,

THOMAS COTTAGE and the vapor was stifling. I became -'From my experience as a country and ads. '
COCOA job
FLORIDA
unconscious and how long I remained physician In traveling over the roads I your printing '3.' :

so I cannot telL When I recovered my am convinced that the present systemof ,
Centrally located. Large, airy rooms. Bath convenient.. ,_. ,.. .. ,
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the heat had and there working roads In ------ --------- -- ----
Bates senses not gone Mississippi Is a j
: 11.50 per day; special terms by week or month.' r 't
was about six Inches of water In the farce. The Inexperience and apathyon

- = place where I was lying. This bad the part of overseers and the Indifference I "

1tOCKL>rDOE. come from the fire engines and was on the part of bands should Nine- HE
lukewarm., I could not feel this with convince any ordinarily Intelligent/ per BINE.

my hands as.tbey and my face were son that new methods will have to be I

fearfully scorched but I did so with adopted. The contract system with Tenthsof .
...UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT..
I had Black- Improved
my tongue. called on Implements Is the remedy.

\ wood but there was no answer, and by In my opinion broad tired wagons Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
wriggling over with great pain for a would do much toward keeping roads ;

llotol.Inthall River ROCKLEDGE, FLA.: few yards I found both him and his son In good repair, and our legislature all the

lying dead. The scalding sugar had should enact a law requiring the narrow REGULATES tho Liver Stomach and Bowels;
reached the place where they were and Ure to be replaced by the broad
had apparently; stopped there. I could after three or four years or one allowing PeopleSuffer I Cleanses the System. Purifies the BloOd!;
The winter hotel will be under ,
coming this the management of A. L.
'. feel the hardened cake under the water. parties using them credit on their

Marsh, who has been connected with the Florida East Coast Hotel Com- I conjectured that theyllke myself, bad road tax.: I often go double the distance Malaria Biliousness Constipation
become unconscious and had been over our best roads rather than CURES

pany.for 14 years Hotel will, \ open on the 15th of January next.. burned to death by the boiling sugar. go bait as far over the avenge, saving from a Stomach and impaired Digestion.Every .

-- The time during which I remained In time and comfort tberebjr. The people .

-- this place seemed like weeks. I bad no will have to be educated along the lines DiseasedLiver. Bottle Guaranteed to Give Satlsfictlon.XjALXtoao '

EAU GALLIC. hope of escape as I knew that above of better roads, and new methods will
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there must be nn Immense mass formed have to be forced upon them."
Price, 0O Cent..
r by the parts Clt the building which had ;

U GALLIE fallen. A Typical South African 'Htore.O. .
Hotel Granadar FLA. Prepared by JAMES: r. BALLARD, St Louis Mo. :
On Indian Hirer. I bad not strength enough to rf.ch It. Larson, of :Hay Villa, Sundays

the door. At last who my pain buddecreased River, Cape Colony, conducts a store _._ - .
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The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gallic, Fla., 11)2) miles south of Jacksonville a little. I fell asleep or fainted typical of South Africa, at which can be ----- ------ ---

on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, bunting and I cannot tell which but when I purchased anything from the proverbial"needle

fiihifag. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests.,A first-class homelike awoke I felt somewhat relieved and a to an anchor." This store Is If You Have Not

hotel. Rates J.CO: to $3.0U per dny.' Special rates by month or season. longing for life. 1 also for the first situated In a valley nine miles from the .,

Open all the year.. Address GLEASOX BROS., Eau Gallle, Fla. time felt hungry. 1 managed to get nearest town. Mr. Larson says "I am
favored with the custom of farmers with.In
some beer, which revived me considerably.
-- a radius of thirty miles, to of
1 tried to open the door but was whom I have supplied Chamberlain's many

HENKKKSONVILLE, 2f. C. unable. The silence which pervadedthe remedies. All testify to their value In a Found What You Want

. place and the consciousness of the I household where a doctor's advice Is almost . ,?
presence of the two dead bodies bad oat of the question. Within one .

THE WHEELER. HEXDERSOXVILLE IIeadersonvllle'a, N.New c.Hotel. their effect on my weak stile and I mile of my store the population Is per.. For a Home, suppose you take aHrlp down and look at any '
knew I was becoming delirious. I remember baps sixty.: Of these-, within the past '
Open all the year. Altitude 2,550 feet. The dryent climate In North Carolina I laughed hysterically and began twelve months no less than fourteen Fruit and Garden tands along the .

Golf IIn.... Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-flvs to shoot. When I .topped. I lain's have boon absolutely cured by Chamber .
Cough Remedy. This mast surely
East
Coast
bedrooms. Electric lights. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ball room. beard a faint sound far above me. be a record." For sale by all drugglaU

Mineral Springs. Bath rooms. Ten-pin alley All modern conveniences. Tbls made me perfectly wild. There and medicine dealers.
was' a hammer which my band.acci
For .
further address
Information and rates, \
dentally; came against and I took It WAISTED-Sev.ralPerioha of character and Settlers
BARDIX &; WHEELER, Proprietors, Hwdersonvllls, N. C. and began beating an empty barrel In irootl reputation. I....,b State (tone la bin aoantr are flocking injbut& still thete"11. room. If you are
regaled" )to represses. and adrartlMi old es looking this way drop a line to" t
No consumptives taken. frenzy. Then I beard a, shoot from tablished, wealthy. business bonne of solid Bnaaelal >
above but I was mad now, and I remember / ataniUne. Salary|U weekly, with ex, MUM. P
-' additional,all payable la cash web Wednesday t : JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VJc.Pre..ld nt,
as If It were yesterday that I direct lane bead om". Horn and earriare{ f nr- .- \ ,

The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing. attempted hammer to strike my bead with the Dlibed/ when atamped-' envelope.. Ral........Manager..., KocloMMlfedflramod : ate 1LORHJA EAST COAST R'T, %
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a *, and lost all revolleo- Caxton BulldlDa,Chicago. aodooItIJ. AUGUSTINE

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FLORIDA Visitors who can- "BOSS" MCLAUGHLIN AND I A FORMER MILLIONAIRE. Robbins & Graham Co.Incorporated. 33Oil..' :BIR.: :: :D"Sr xto ::s O I
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Dot call at our stores should write for a THE CATS. -DEALERS INGROCERIES \
catalogue of Sunny South Souvenir.loL .. Know to Many on Indian Klver.
.) GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
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c Mn Hugh McLaughlin, Brooklyn's Edwin L. Dwyer, once a millionaire PRODUCTS"! r
c t C C'/ : F S well-known and popular democratic mine owner, promoter and bold speculator .- PAID UIJ CAPITAL $25,000.00. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FH I ! ,
loader, who Is a regular winter visitor at in wheat, who startled even Chicagoby We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trail. , .II.ERS. .
This ownsLANDS
112 W ForsytU $t., Jacksonville; (also at Nevlns' Illvervlaw hotel, Merrltt, has his daring, and who, a few years ago, company ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your M; ,'' """" .
St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau been airing a grievance In the Brooklyn at Rockledge, Indian River, married a E. L. BRADY & BRO. .. TITUSVILi.h. FI'A"'
1 police court, where recently Mrs. Leila duchess worth millions of dollars, sailed ,
Wuaderllch. wile 01 Dr. Frederick Wun- Into the Brooklyn Navy Yard a few days I In the Indian River Country; On the St. ---=
derliob of No. 105 Kemsen street, Brooklyn ago, a marine on the United States transport CARROLL
THB ANHEUSER BUSCH ,
,. ,. was arraigned charged with permitting Calgoa. Dreaded I In his nutty sailorsuit Lucie River; at New River and on Bay S.W.

her servants to beat a rubber mat, I; his face bronzed by the Philippinesun Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. ,
Brewing Asso's. thereby sending dust and disease germs I his muscles hardened by work, -Dealer ID-
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Send for Land List. ,
Into .Mr. llcLanghlin's home, No. 103 Dwyer looked little like tbe dashing;
Remsen street, Brooklyn.In speculator, and husband of a diicliess. Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Famous Bt. Louis. Keg and Hot- court Mrs. Wunderlich dramatically Dwyer has been in the service. of the 1 '
tied Boer.Sold declared the democratic leader was per* United States since July 31, 1000) when QEO. M. BOBBINS, F. A MORGAN, Crockery Glass I and Tinware. Your Patronage v?,]ii,,Ited)
secuUng her because she had hissed a penniless disinherited by his aged wife, rrvstdimt. Actuary.Brevard TITUSVILLE, T FLORIDA.
by Mesiiri. F. A. Lortej! and tired of wandering, he went to Harrisburg -
band that serenaded him In the last municipal ----- -
R. L. Motlow TltusTllla,Fla. campaign. She said he had told ; and enlisted In the Marine Corps. Abstract ol Title Co. : ---::

By Mr. R. fc. Motlow,,Coooa,Fin. her lie.would put her behind prison bars. The term of enlistment 1* three years, --INDIAN-nirER-iCE FACTORY.TITUSVILLI
n "But even If he does," she added "I I but Dwyer baa Influences at work In the WILL FURNISHAbstracts I .
JOSEPH ZAPF won't recognize bis family like the other Navy epartmentand there Is little FLA.Is .
'' doubt bat his discharge will be of Title
on the block do. early Sacked
persons prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity- or loose. Special; !
attention
Sole Agent. Former A. Ward Supreme was Court also a Justice complainant Frederick secured.Dwyer first attracted attention In 1880, -FOB LANt8Brevard fa_ paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto

against Mrs. Wund rllob. lIe allegedshe ; while a member of the Chicago Board of County. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

OltTto 020 West Bay Street bad her servant beat rug almost Trade, by purchasing 1,000,000 bushels of Office under Law Office of
continually and that the noise and duat wheat for future delivery without depositIng
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.; I were annoying. She pleaded not guilty marglnea.: While in New York GEO. M. ROBBINS J.K, WAIKKB.: C. II. SWAIH.

-- ---------- -- and was held In $000 bail. She wan represented in 1804, representing; Western mining interests TiTU8YiLi.ic, -' . FLA.
\ .. by Lawyer George F. Elliott. be met the Duchess de Castel- Shoes
Goods
r HEAR 4 TAYLOR The misunderstanding between the luccla a former owner of the famous Dry ,
> MoLaugbllns; and the Wunderllcks Is of Dummitt orange grove, near the head of East Coast Meat Market
long standing. The firrt trouble occurred Indian River, now owned by Judge Furniture
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS bver oats that Mrs. Wunderllch Cochran, of Martins Ferry, (X, whose G. F DUREN Agent. ,
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raise In the back yard. Her neighbors husband had died only a khort while before
say there are from thirty to fifty of them. leaving ber a fortune estimated at -= ::sC" and .4. '
i' The animals are alleged to.be sleep des $7,000,000. She was more than forty P>:> ,c.:.>,. Notions Millinery
"T. r ;1 troyers. years older than Dwyer but; he won her, .- --
: Kan Gallia, Fla. Mr. McLaughlin Is fond of canaries. and tho pal was married at Hotel Indian P: New goods at close prices. o
Ila bad a half dozen In his back parlor.It River, Rocktedge Fla., on Jan 20, 1893\ ; -c:>
'. It said tho cats killed some of them. Tbe Duohe died soon after the wedding P=:' YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED i
: --r- He asked Mr*. Wunderlioh to keep her leaving the bulk of ber fortune to ,. "'
Save Your Vegetables t.iU on her side of the fence, ''which we her two children. Dwyer received "0. -- John R. Walker & Co.
L certainly think she ought to do. The Duchess of Castelluccla, was, before 'tea.N
Miss Jennie 1'I'ImSTILLE, FLA.Whaler's .
Then Mrs. Wunderllob built a cage her first marriage,
which towered above her fence. It was Atomlfte, of Brooklyn. -
lea. NnM.Y. constructed of barbed and mesh wire. Dwyer then started on tbe' road to =' CDf"
It- raut.. Up against Mr. MoLangblln' bedroom financial ruin through speculation, and a
r.t I "; window, It Is said about fifteen oats In May 181)0 he found himself penniless. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
j'' ,,' :. nightly huddle within the cage and keep He filed a petition In bankruptcy New : Jewelry Store.
..,' e TNirMalob' him and Mrs. McLaughlin awake. York with liabilities of $:! 2COG and no .
1'1' ,'r aois pfA Mr. McLaughlin said be was surprisedto visible assets But Dwyer, wlthlw a
>. \ hear Mr. Wunderlioh bad said be year, be bad organlze'd a company wUh.
:r.j'J': 1 krrw would put her behind prison bare a capital of $lI OOOOO to develop silver
f'r III fYl "That Is not true," he added. "I dislike mines In Zocates, Mexico. Apparently 'It WatcllCs:, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc.
n WeerN' I this scheme was not successful, and a '
., Iel to contradict a woman. It *doubtful
JQ If a woman trying to drown a brat year later he was again penniless and 1
'{,:'. band with ber voice can be called a lady. almost a wander It was then that he SPECIAL: ATTENTION given to Repairing ed Fine Watchesand

Mrs. Carrie Nation certainly could not be enlisted and was assigned to service ID Jewelry. AH work warranted for 12 months.ESTMaH .
called a lady. I never threatened Mrs. tbe Philippines.While .
,S.A HASEtnN'S CATCHER Wunderllch. She has annoyed everybody Dwyer was In the Philippine" a Orders will receive prompt and oareftitiattentloaT1TUSV1LLS.

moth .. In the neighborhood, and I propose to he looked about' him for favorable investments
Protect orchids cotton put a stop to It and not have my family( And be thinks enterprise' s w v < FLORIDA.AttentiF.
: garden, corn,
annoyed by her. The oats ,In tho back open the way to a fortune. It I Is said'' tYI
JJ tobacco, cucumber, tomatoea, and all yard are annoying enough, but to have that the bronze marine will go back to '
other fruits and vegetables' from the dust and disease-laden germ floating In- the Islands Immediately upon receiving '
ravages of Insects without the use 'ofpol.on tt one's room I I. still worse, and I do not his discharge. j _?
; to tolerate It." It was rumored that be would again I I \.. !
Lttii Special
Send for
or $1.00
sample
spray
..' then ''M.... Wunderlich was asked visit Indian River and, Palm Beach the
trap by mall.AGENTS. about former Justice Ward's complaint, coming winter, but while conversing
, , WANTED IN EVERY. she declared she knew nothing about It. with an ADVOCATB representative, he ALL THAT IS LEFT. . T6
FO
OIVKN! :MAIL ORDERS
COUNTY. Address, "Mr. Ward," she said, "shouted to my said he was not going south until he had for the widow and orphans in -
hired man, 'Hey there Dutchman, more money than he has at present. many cases Is .a
-, J. B. BUTTON Seedsman, you Hardware Tinware Crockery Glassware
I top shaking those rug; aad making Policy of Insurance. ,

ur Ocala, Fla. that noise.' My man replied, 'Hey HOTEL MT. WASH INqTON. ,the life of the husband and father.
See local notice (In another ool Jmo. there, you Irishman, put your head In on And that is a valuable asset. Harness and Stoves.XP ; .

your own' window and you won't heara The new hotel at Mount Pleasant will ;It will provide for<< all necessities, or at .
WILLIAM McKINLEY. noise."1 shall That fight closed this complaint the Incident.; of MoLaughlln probably be named the Mount Washing least keep the wool from the deor, accord- L Our Stocks is. Complete and We Car, FIJI Orders Promptly.
ton.,, This I* appropriate for several to the amount.
said 1>Wunderllob, "until
: the end Is reached. We have committed reasons. First,. because the two most Tlie earlier a mea begins paying premiums Jas. Pritchard & Son.
JUS LIFE AND AVOUK:, no overt act and we will not be .,lOn. prominent mountains In view_from that! the smaller the payme&ts. <
ti ,nrDEN. Ished." locality are Mt. Pleasant and Mt. Washington Why not look Into the matter NOW.

;' CIIABLKS n, OnosvKNOiu It will soon be time for )Ir. and Mrs. and as Mt. Washington Is greater We will be pleased. to give any Information Poetofflce Box 212,
desired.
McLaughlin to :come to Indian River, than Mt. Pleasant Is the new hotel
tk, President's life long Friend, ComradeIn when they can bask In tbe sunsnlne greater; than the present one. Again; O. S. SoJ:1.u.y1cr.Tl'TUSVU : Titcrillo: : -. ;- :Fiosida.: :
War and Colleague In Congress.. Was while Mr. Wunderlioh' cats are being the new house will be even nearer than LE, FLORIDA.
.
near his side with other great men when frozen to death In Brooklyn. Come the present one, which Is now the nearest Correspondence Invited. -

pt his eye were closed In death. Followed down early, Mr. Mao, and (get a way from tourist hotel to the great mountain.It FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL. COLLEGE,
j tile bier to the National. Capitol and to the nuisance of oats, dust and germs. will be about a mile and a quarter on
.'' Canton The General require a share of the way to tbe Bane Station after leaving TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. Lake
Florida.
ft City.
k the proceeds of his book to be devoted toy PICNIC Fabynns. and half a mile after leaving
"i of
,a MoKlnley Monument Fund. Thus the present house. It has boon dtclded The following are the times> arrival Eighteenth Year Beginning1. Sept. 3O 1901
rv every subscriber becomes a contributor to extend the spur track around sod departure of passenger trails to and ) ;; ,

v to this fund. Millions'of copies will be Wednesday the 2nd, was an occasion tbe knoll upou which tbe hotel Is being from TftOlt9Ult1 i Four coureeaef four years, in Agriculture,. Mechanical Englneerkiff Latin
}. sold. Everybody will buy It. Orders for long to be remembered 'In Coooa, that I built and upon the opposite side. of the Leaves Tltusvtll.for.....MII'lIllanot"'BO.".. ..eau: Science, ClaDsins One years course In Business, tttenograpby Typewriting and
r; / the asking. Nobodv will refuse. Elegant being the.first annual gathering; of the river, crossing the stream near the turn- intermediate potaM. p.e Telegraphy. A preparatory course of one or two years,.as required: for than wish-
Photogravure Portrait of President Indian River Pioneer Association A pike and running to a point be- ntw9aaocwo.Leave'tu.vtllefnrdankannville. tug to prepare fur the College. Post-graduate courses are also offered .
.,McKinley's last picture taken at the considerable number of the old original hind gate for the general-delivery M 1:I5 5p.m5 Young men under military discipline. Young;: women under refining boate influence -
,White Ilouse. You can easily and quickly settler, were present, but many evident of coal and heavy supplies. This spur ..InMrmwlUte point at Forte flail. Tuition free to Florida students Miter expands very
I clear (1,000 taking orders. Orderout- kept owing to the threat Is to be operated for business of the .1ltninrJ1l' for Sanford .. 7 KM LIUArrlvM small Fine Modern buildings and first-class equipment.
ly were away Sanford "
Titu.vllls true ''a' tom
nt qulok. Chance to prove success, so- ening aspect of the weather Handshaking hotel only. There Is also a plan to run ) For catalogues,. address
4 cure>yearlv contract and become Mana and animated conversation: were an electric oar upon the crescent that I T. H. TALIAFERRQv.. Ph. D..
ger. Outfit free. Send 12ot In stamps Indulged In until ] 1:30: a. m. when lion. this line makes, the Mount Pleasant Just; What You Need.. President.
1 I i to pay expense of wrapping packing and 0. S: llardee called the meeting to order house being at one point of tbe crescent File and bind your letters, bills and
mailing elegant prospectus. Taking 10 lion U. 8. Williams then read a letter and the new hotel at the other. It will papers. Quick. economical and orderly.
j, t," to BO orders daily W;()))O copies will be from Capt. Bob Davis. In wblchi,be expressed be a beautiful trip of about a mile, TbSimplicity-Self-Binding:; Letter and
acid In this vicinity. Address, hU regrets at not being able to circling the meadow most of' the way Bill Flto boats any $.110 file made. Sent Tlio: NationsBest
THE CONTINENTAL ASSEMBLY, be present and appear on the long the bank of the Amraonooauo anywhere, all charges prepaid, for 3o.() "San fflateo"all
Corcoran Bldg., Oi>p. U. S. Treasury of speaker a* arranged Mr. Williams river. stamp or cash. Agents wanted every-
Washington, D. C. then.in a few well chosen words In- wneve.Siwucrrr Fiut Co., Cigar.It'la .
.v troduced Judge 'A. D. Penney, who The New Hotel At MIasaLS. 1430 riatbosh Ave, Brooklyn, N. Y. .
s Clyde Steamship .Llne. spoke briefly on the event that transpired -

( prior and subsequent to 1880. The Graham's elegant hew hotel, Miami, Subscriber,your' attention la drawnto / .
/ n' .Ticket and reservation via the ClydeSteamship gist of Judge Penney* speech was that reoenUy mentioned In these columns! the name-and-date slip pasted upon Florid"
II ,. Line can be secured of Chas tbe present prospeiity on Indian River now a certainty. Tbe Iota are being your paper or wrapper. It you. are IB
II. Walton, at the AOTOOATR office, TI- I la largely due to the edorgetlo and Intelligent cleared and rook placed preparatory to arrears, please remit. Way. buy Imported cigars, made froze heavy troptoal tobacco, doctored with
j. tusvllle. men of the early: seventies who building. The plans have been sub opium aid other drugs, when you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent
laid the foundation for all progress. At mitted and accepted and show It to be- -Tbe Clyde Line Steamship Go's price ,
Please mention the AovocAta when the conclusion of the dinner
speech was
writing advertiser. served, and a more elegant and'well tlon when to completed the city. ,Tbe a most hotel worthy will be addl five, agency yule, where Is at you the ADVOCATE can secure reservations.office, Titus FREE. BY MAIL TO ANY Bwot as., . .. . . ... .. . ... M-oo)(

I .1 loaded festal board has rarely I been seen stories, built of Dade county rock, and ADDRESS....../ BOX of'BO! .. . .. . .. .. . . . . *i-i&
H f''' We would esteem the favor If our In these part Tbe greatest good will\ be elegant and up to date la every ,'
reader, when writing or humor 'prevailed, and all agreed thai particular, and will cost $30,000. -If yon want good results yon will o. v.r :eOv.rLEJ
I our advertisers to purchase merchandise, this, the first annual picnic was a complete find the ADVOCATIC an excellent adver ,

etc., would mention the ADVOCAT success. It was deeply regretted Ciolo.a Mow R.p.nt.. tistng medium. SAN MATEO FLA.
,
that Capt. Davis' and Judge Minor S. .
: Jones could not be present, but we hopeto -When writing;, advertisers please
WALTON CALKING TOOL la one of -
In a statement made Monday afternoonto mention the ADVOCATE.
have them on some future occasion
"1' the best thing for boatbuilders and J. D. Hatter, of City Point, one of the a prison official at the Auburn penitentiary 1j
.
yachtsmen price $4.00 and $4.00 each I<> SETS.
;
.NewYork said
"old guard" deserves great credit for Ccolgosa : "I Wedding/ Stationery.
For sale at Jas.. Prltchard A /Sou's,
idea that It to shoot tbe
his untiring efforts to make the picnic a got an was right
e Tltusvllle Fla.,_ success. President! but now I know It was wrong.I ;. The ADVOCATE having received a nice
know I have done all the harm a man lot of tbe latest type and stationery, is : YELLOW.P y/13 20otaQ Prepaid; COcts. Pk., $1,78 Bu., Not Prepaid.CINaScts. .
l . Testimonial. After exposure or when you feel a could do, and It Is no use talking now. now prepared to execute on short notice WHITE Qt., Prepaid; &)ots. Pk., $loo! Bu., Not Prepaid
------- cold coming, take a dose of Foloy'i The law is just and It... my own act. Wedding Invitations, Announcements, I BERMUDA RED 3.Sote. Qt, Prepaid; .1. O Pk.. $3.00 Bu., Not PrepaId.iBitn.i. .
:. James Wlgnall, Boat Builder, No. 015 Honey and Tar. It never fail to stop a I There was nobody connected with the and Ladle visiting card*. Give us your BERMUDA. WIUTF. 3J\ots. Qt. Prepaid; $1.50 Pk., $3.00( Bn., Not Prepaid.
Warren St., Kensington, Philadelphia. cold If: taken la time. Wilson Sou. crime but myself." I orders. PEARL SOcts. Qt.7 Prepaid; $1.25: Pk.. $4.60 Bu., Not Prepaid.

l J. O. Walton, Ksq., Titusville, .'1110.1 New crop Onion Seed, Amerloan' ready. Bermuda Imported
-- -- -- - grown, now
- --- -- - -- -- --
Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Calking Machines
ready Oct let. New American Seeds.
crop Turnip and Cabbage
are In use In my boat shop, and f Suplimentary List Of Ky: -end for Catalogue grown
I'' are regarded a* an Invention of great
$ ,,, utility. It save time and labor, and Is ANNUAL REPORT OF L. CAMERON. The Seed'Store..
LICENSES.
of great service In calking light boats I t25 East Bay Street. FLA.
JACKSONVILLE:: ,
where) beauty of finish Is dostred, and It
i i does not bruise the seam like the old I Brevard County, State of Florida.
L; method of calking. I cheerfully recom
!. mend It a* well adapted to meet the or The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the S.....
/ ';yy; dlnsrj requirement of the trade. i Issued by Tu Collector E. W uan, 01 Brevard Count, duplicates 01 whll'h have been flied with thR County
$ 4: Tours truly, J.u. C.,"\VION ALL. 'Judge for the period beginning on the first day 01 0W, and ending 011 the first day ol'Octobtr, 1001. '1'0 be s
It & '>. Mr. Wljlnl l'a boat shop are adjoining presented to the Grand Jury for approval at the November term, 1901. tJ4lahittW'm: & Co.
: .. Sours.
Cramp'.*blp-bnildlng yard lie I* buildIng
1r v the boat for the men-of-war tbat ...rlod 01 t.ceD_. !"II ui
were built by Messrs. Cramp Co. I.Iql1or .r th.a ToW TotalU08D.M
ill g1; 23"For sale by Jas. Prltchard: Son.D' Noof Towaom paa&ed. For whatpurpouw Prom, WbeD.To. wll.... dl.n roO' liquor I Count for GRAIN HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS, ;

IkMe, .. =.- f

A* an advertising medium no lif': H 11 Whaler. . . . . . .merchant. . . . .: . . . ... . . .ep t.1. lDOl Oct. I, 1001. >j 25 ; rn IriiiiMtttsFlour., Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
i I4 4 ; k paper on the East Coast can beat CheADVOCATE. tl-t: GeoECoon . . . . merchant . . . . . . . .. . . ..Oct. I. 19001 " bo 8o0I 300
Ib Give n* a trial w.,., UlM D I. Dodson. . . . .. . df'ntl.t... . . . . .. . . . . . '' " II II.. 10 10 G10 eT.vtII. taw US EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Agta. .
+' and be convinced of the pink pa5'8r' :
,!a k worth.i I, A. D. PINNIT,County Judge of laid County. do certify that the foregoing I. eorre-ct.. Given under DIY hand for furlna Feed. Warehouse on track of S. A. L. R',. and plant S1S tenv J

and ottlclal.eal of Oounty this hat day of October A. Dt 1001; ,., -:- .' ,
cents ads. on this pare ;. A. D. PENNEY, '
per
line per week. ti County Jl1dge. The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing,





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