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: December 6, 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: VID00376
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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LOCAL NEWS -Gardner 'makes special prices. Fridays SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. Every Friday bargain day at Gard- HUNTING AND FISHING ON AMONG THE HOTELS. i

ner's TI tunllle.Jud .
-Mrs. Anna W. Sweet formerly: of THE EAST COAST.Mr. i

And Topics of General Interest. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO Tltusvllle' Is now In Lake City, Fla. e A. D.Ponne.left here, Wed Manager J. J. Wilkinson bus arrived I
Dodson Court-b for Miami attend at Morrltt from New York and Is :
Dr. nesday to court. now
near <'uae. ,
-Mr. Wm. M. Merwin, of Milford, I W. II. Peters, of Daytona, has
getting the Rlvorvlew hotel In for
Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left here, Conn., Is again at his beautiful winter I CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH made several trips to the Mosquito Lagoon the rush of tourists, shape
THE ADVOCATE, Sunday, for Miami, whore he had some home at Rockledge. I Gallery,Tltusvllle, anil look at samples. of late, and returned with big bagsof coming I
$1.50 per annum, in advance. cases In the Circuit Court. ducks. Mr. W. P. Chase, proprietor of Hotel
.. R. A. Hardee of Sebastian F. J. Webb left here
$1.00 six month, Captain -Attorney yes Putnam DeLaml baa arrived from the ,
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Messrs.. Wm. M. Brown and E. L. was In town from Monday until Tuesday terday, for Daytona, to attend to some Lord and Lady Newborouch of England north, and, IB now, getting his bouse in {.I !

Brady pent from Saturday until Sunday and gave,: us a pleasant call. law business.Dr. who are guests: at the Hotel Alcazar onlor for the coming rush of tourts.Tlio .
When ;you subscribe for the ADVOCATE at Cocoa and Rockledge.Mrs. :St. Augustine, have been having excellent i
left here Satur- has moved his
Judge M. S. Jones M. D. L. Dodnon
by; the year, It does not cost you luck fishing on the river lately Abbey hotel, St. Augustine, Is i
week included. Feaster, of LaGrange, left here, day, for Miami, to hold court-stopping dental ofllce to the small house near the
three cents per postage,: now open under the new managementof I
last for Stuart visit at St. Lucie day route. Indian River Our correspondent' that
Saturday on a to over a en hqtel. LaGrange says Mr. II. W llnnonck, proprietor of the

B3T" Reading notice ads. are ten cents her daughter!; Mm. W. T. Anderson. MOTHER'S FRIEND LAUN DRIEDBoy's -Rev. J. A, IIngb and Mr. Julian One game Is quite plentiful John and that Bob suction.tlxntton Itlvorelde hotel. Green j Cove Springs. I {
Illy recently,
TAKE A LOOK AT Those ALL WOOL tHllrt'altlta still at 411 eta. Wilson New Wednesday
this going went" mutt" Smyrna
line page.
on ,
(In has
per spent the morning. the woods, and returned The Hotttl Alcitxar 1 orchestra arrived -
'
Suits Rhodes', Titunvllle, Is selling at made of 84 percale, at Rhodes'Mr. to bring a launch down to 1'itu.ville. .
Sam Perkins, Sanford, cleans clothes. with a string of :21 squirrels.Our . at f>t. Augustine, and Manager J. I
and i
$7, $7.50 $3. They are popular.Mr. .
George; Adams, town clerk of P. Greaves Is entertaining his guest I
-Mr. H. T. Gifford, of Vero, was In Maurice Goldsmith, of the firm West Palm Bench, passed through hereon -Mr, Oeo. V. Bonker, accompanied : hunters aro still very successful, In with some Hue music morning and even-
In and Tltusvllle' has been
town on Saturday last. of lleudry & Goldsmith. Fort Pierce, Sunday last, en route home from a by his son And daughtecame: up from bringing. well quail, with them of late. Ing.,: {

ANEW LINE OF LADIES' WELT spent from Sunday until Monday In trip to his old borne In Georgia. Jensen Tuesday' and"returned homeon The pretty AUVOCATK supplied editor returns thanks to The managers of Rockledge's famous I

received at Rhodes' Tltusville.Mrs. town. His old friends were pleased to Wednesday hotels Indian River PUsit and New
shoea just -Attorney Geo. A. Worley, a prom- those who so kindly: remembered that be ,
Whitaker, of Cocoa, has beenin see blm in Tltusvllle.' inent resident of Miami, who bad been -Get your piano tuned by Mr. Adolf. was fond of quail. Ronklndge-nro busily engaged getting:

town this week,' visiting Mrs. Robt.L. Elsewhere we have an ad. of the on a visit to Tltnsvllle and St. August' M. Jaehde, of Leesburg, who will be In their house in order ere the rush of tour.
%. T. Mitchell of New :Smyrna caught
Motlow.ORANGF John B !Stetson University, DeLsnd. lee, passed through here', Sunday, en Tltusvllle about the 15th of December. eating, shark off the New l.ts sot In. I
large man
a '
This university Is well known to Floe route home. Do not forget this. which Hotel Buckingham: St. Augustine,
BOXES HAVE ARRIVED, I Smyrna bridge last weak, tneumir-
and I can fill orders promptly. O. F.' Idians, and should receive. -a liberal pat -Take note of the Buffalo Gasoline -Mrs. R. C. Scrlmgeour has accepteda : ed over nine feet. In length says the Daytona under the able management of Mr. E.

Paddison, Eau Gallle, Fla. ronage by our people.Mr. Motor Co.'s ad on our 4th page.: Anyone position as housekeeper at the Indian : Gazette lie ho the jaw of the Mathewson, of Narragansett Pier, has

Elite Mlms and his staff of work needing a motor of the above' kind, : River hotel, at this place, and started monster as a relic. They have several been undergoing many Improvements, i I
-Mr. Wade Jones expects to leave men were busily engaged/ the first of the should write Mr. George R. Wallace, of'' upon her duties on Wednesday. row. of sharp teeth, and It takes a per. preparatory to the opening. t
here In a day or so for Albany, Ga., on and West Palm Beach for I to view them
week, electing shafting Installing: a particulars.Mr. OVERCOATS I OVERCOATS t OVER- son with a strong nerve Manager Horace Shares, of the popular
a visit of a week or so with relatives.Mr. Kane vapor gas: engine,: in the ADVOOATK without shudder. New hotel Rockledge /
Chas. F. Naethlng, a prominent : coats I at Rhodes'Tltusvllleall; prices Rookledge passed
Jas. Andrews has been In town office, so that we can run off the pink yourselfcomfortable through hero, Tuesday, en route home'
and wealthy resident of West 72nd: street weights and patterns. Make On Tuesday afternoon, 1I1'IIIIrli.V..
this week packing his furniture for removal paper without the aid of manual libor.R. from a trip to Jacksonville. He expectsa :
had tine
New York, has another rowboat Ibis cool weather. Norton, a banker and broker of U: : '
to Fort Pierce, where they will W. Rhodes, of the Eagle: Clothing sent to Tltusville to be used In Wail\ street, New York, owner of the big rush of guests at his hotel this
reside. Store, and Jno. R. Walker the dry /goods connection with the house-bOat' Rose Masons are requested\ to evening be presentat Rogers' Locomotive Works, Paterson, winter-ami he will get them, too, I

-:'States Attorney J. D. Beggs: left merchant, Tltusvllle, have just received Mart business the Lodge of Importance next Friday U to be transacted as- N. JA.! L. Roeder, a mine owner, of BJBroadway 'Hotel' Magnolia, St. Augustine, under .

here, Saturday last, for Miami, to be \[>lg; stocks of goods, suitable for, Christmas -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Gardner, who by Indian River lodge No. \JII.\ ) New Yolk; and W. Kddlnger, tbe management of Messrs. Palmer A
ready fqr the opening of Dade county Head their ads In this Issue. Theyare have been on a visit to New York Buffalo the originator of "Little Lord Fontle- MacDowell, In again open; for the sea- ,
Circuit Court.. bidding for a share of your patronage.It and other northern cities during the -Mr. G. G. Howard, who was sum- roy," gave; the ADVOOATB otHoe a pleasant ion. The house has undergone,: many r
returned home moned to Philadelphia a few weeks ago, oall. They had just arrived from Improvements since last year An orchestra -
has been to the three months on
gently whispered past ,
Melboure -
of
Goode wasa I
-Miss Jessie the il'noss and death of York where said It was snowing
Tuesday's northboundtrain ADVOCATE: that Mr. T. A. Snider, of Sunday, looking remarkably well In on account of New they will be a new feature this win-
passenger bin wife returned Tltusvllle yesterday. when they left,and were mirprlitod to
intends () health after their In the north. to
on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Jas. Cincinnati 0., having!: a $10,01)0 sojourn And the weather pleasant and warm ter.Mr.
so
house built at Ilobe Sound that he and I Nesblt of Indlanola J. G. Kant superintendent of Can
T. Hogg, of Jacksonville ,so -!Mr, Delos A Blodgett, of Grand -Mr.. D. St. Clair rtn Indian River They have come south
Mrs. Balder may spend the remainder of who has been visiting: his relatives\' In averal Club, at Chester Shoals, left here
Pritchard left Rapids Mich., Is again at his beautiful fully equipped with !guns and fishing,. boardthe
and Mrs James ,
-Capt. their winters In solid comfort and sun. Glasgow, Scotland, will pans through Wednesday, for the club-bouao, on
for Miami on a visit to winter home at Daytona, having being tackle, oHmcras, etc., and have' ,gone: on a took
here, Tuesday, shine Indian River. his club's launch, Widgeon lIe
on routo to
hero to-day or to-morrow, en
their danghter, Mrs. . T. Budge, who the first to( arrive to ,get: his house In order Island home cruise on board the house-boal, Rosa his servants along; wlt.baim\ to get the
returned home with them. -Mrs F. T. Budge, of Miami, has been tor the reception of his wife and Merritt Marie, as the guests of Prof. Jack Lallln. house In order for the opening which
spending several days In town with her family, who stayed over for a while with Lieut. Hugh L. Wllloughby, of New- Between bunting, fishing and bathing, will be tomorrow
-Mr. John II. Same, 'of Courtney, parents, Capt. and ![rs.-.Jas. Piltcbard, Mrs. Btodgett's sister, Mrs. Degas, of port, R. I., who U. also known as an explorer understand they are having right
sailed up to Tltusvllle on Saturday last, having come up to see her grandmother: Atlanta. and novelist, has arrived at St. jovial time on Indian River. Mr. Fred Storry, the whole-soulel and
brlngtnt'with/ him about forty boxles of before her death which occurred energetic of the Royal Polnol-
on Mr. VV. II. :MeFarland the fruit Augustine/ and will soon leave for Palm manager
,
oranges for shipment north. of which will\ pro- and IIre"ker.I'"lm Beach nccom-
ana
,
morning, a
Sunday report tector and of the Midway.. at Beach for the winter. BOYE.
to town be found in anotberoolumn.Mrs. manager DEATH OF MRS. panted by hi* wife, paused through hero,
Hicks
-Mr. T. B. came up
Fair In Jacksonville
the recent State -:Mr. T. A. Hlldreth, of Fort Pierce, !Monday routo to Lake Worth fromhot
on
from Sebastian, the end of last week, L. C. who arrived In Titusvllle Sunday for the ,
Schuyler, spent near on returned home, Tuesday, from a trip to also
laid to It..t. Vu. Mr. wan
A Motive ml St. Angu.ttne Springs, Scurry
hand had become
to take a rest, as his right ly two years in various parts of Europe purpose of killing some of the bear, deer, Jacksonville. Mr. Uildreth again left accompanied by his bookkeeper Mr. T. t
poisoned from some cause. with her slater (!Mrs.Livingstonebus) tUI key, ducks and quail he had boon for the metropolis to order more goods; Thin estimable lad' Mrs.[ Frances M. Lonaban. ,

-Attorney James Alexander, of De who Las returned to her home in Brook- reading/ so much about In the ADVOCATE and fixtures ,for his saloon\ which will Jane Iloye-one of the oUI,..t resident

Land; and Mr. T. F. Williams, of Day, lyn, writes us that she will spend the for several weeks past soon open.Governor. natives' of; I the Cast Const" died on Suu- }[r. H. 1.. Kocliersporger: owner of
the visitors winter at Canaveral, where the pink paper day' morning about In o'clock, at the the Breakers, Seabreeze, has been making
ton, were among pleasant follows. Mrs. Sohiiler's numerous -Mrs. Joseph Gerry and Miss Mary Jennings has made the following homo of her daughter. Mrs Jas. 1'iltoli- great Improvement to the house

to this office on Saturday friends will be pleased lo see her South SonaelHor, of Rockaway Beach, N. J., civil appointment! : !Harry Jennings ard, Tllusvlllo, at the ago of 83: veais.' since the summer season closed, says the
-Mr. Fred A. Morgan left here, Tuesday again. say the weather up their way Is such as : of Tlbbalu, to be notary public for The deceased was a Floridian by birth, Daytona Gazette. He has added a number
for Jacksonville, to meet his wife to make them think serious), of the the State at Urge; and Hairy W. Rich' having being born In St. Augustine, and of sleeping room., private bath and
and little son, Roaser, who have been -Mr. E. A. Waddoll, a prominent commission sunny South and Its beautiful orange aide. of Eden, to be- notary public for was a life-long resident of -the East: a sun parlor to what was formerly the d
visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Walton, of merchant of Warren street New groves, and they hope It will not be long the State at large. C"ant. roof of the house. From this sun parlorpue.t.

Philadelphia for several months. Theyall York; and real estate agent of Miami, ate they are on Indian and Banana rivers Com. and Mrs. Chas A. Welch of The late Mrs. was not only born In St. ; can see many mile In each direc-
returned to Tltusvilla on Wednes passed through here, Saturday, on his for the balance of the winter. Augustine but was alio married there, tion.
,the Dade for the Boston, who own' an orange grove at
day. way to Mrs.county Waddell seat or will -Mr. and Mrs. Henry M.> Flagler, who Artesla, stopped over at the Indian River to Mr. Christian\ Boye. After her marriage Manager Catto, of tbe Tudor hotel,

-County Commissioners B. A. Conk- South winter. this owing to not'coming come have been visiting Dr. and Ytrs. Andrew hotel from Wednesday until yesterday, she resided In Key West for many Nahant, !Man*., formerly of the Putnam

ling, of Tlllman; John C. Jones, of Klondike that oast season their shadows; before." Anderson at St. Augustine for nearly nben they left for the Banana River, years. She leaves a son and laughter-; house, Palutkap; and United State hotel,

; J. R. Mlott, of Indlanola; and J. events Mr. Waddell's friends are pleasedto a week, passed through Tltusvllle, on- where they spend every, winter, Mr Frank Iloye and Mrs. .1 a.. Pritchard Jacksonville, ha returned to Florida for
F. Hell, of White City, were In town many last Monday, about noon, on a special In Tltusvllle' and a slater In New York. the winter He I* accompanied by bill
this week, attending/ to their' usual again see him on the East Coast.A train, en route to Palm Beach for the -Mr. and Mrs. B. F. !veil, Mr. Bert Fur thirty years )I rs. Boy had lived' wife. Mr. Catto I Is a flrat-clous hotelman

monthly routine business for; Breyard letter to the ADVOCATE from New winter. We extend to Mr. and Mrs. !Yea, and the Misses Gertie, Elsie and with her daughter, Mr. Pritchard; but and we hope be will soon get a

county York says a few nights,: ago: a well-dress- Flagler the right hand of fellowship Laura Ives, of Philadelphia, arrived' In for some years past the growing Intirmatlos suitable winter hotel.
ed lad who described himself as Blon town, Wednesday, and at once left for of bad kept her closely to her I
-School Board officers R. N.Andrews, -Mr. A. R. (UUdwIn, who has been their place at LaOrange., yearn months tier decline The Breakers, Seabreeze, has J jdst' been
William orange grove home and for
Barnett 14 old of Mr. some
son ,
P. Plaits 'of Fort years ,
and C.
of Cocoa; Barnett of the National enjoying a visit of a couple of weeks or Mr. Ives brought two-ftne bird dugs with ha been steady although her physical leaned by Mr. II. L. Kochersper to Mr.

Pierce, were In town town this week, attending Bank of, vice-president Jacksonville, was loJged with so with his brother, Mr. ff. N. Gladwin, him. Their many friend. are pleased to suffering had not been very great until Wm. p, Kenney of Philadelphia, who 5
their official duties. County
to of this place left for Miami on Saturdaylast. lessee for the five winter of
was
past
see them here again,: She bore her sickness with
the Society for the Prevention of Crueltyto recently /
Supt. R. E. MimI, of Bonaventure, was As he It one of the most expert the St. Elmo, Green Cove' Springs also
meeting Children, after been taken Into custody J.... McComb of New York great patience and Christian fortitude.The .
Also In attendance at the monthly amateur fishermen who visits that seo -Mr. Jr. three years at Hotel Buckingham, St.
funeral services' held at St.Gabriel's .
of the School Board. by the police. Young; Barnett said be arrived' at the Indian River hotel onWedneslay were
tlon of Dade we hope will keen up Augustine. Mr. Kenney has managed
he from what he called the Episcopal!: church which was
-Mr; and Mrs. J. W. Ballantlne and Trinity ran School away for Boys, or Hawkins's his past record for hauling In the finny for the of toe purpose of attending he crowded with our townspeople, a* wellas Hotel Marlborough, Avon-by-the-ttea: ,
to the shipment oranges recently
tribe. J. the six He
Miss Helen Ballantlne, of Somerville, School at New Brighton S. I. and that from a distance. Archdeacon II. N. during past ummer.
many
,
I bought of Mr. W. L. Thomas. He is
N. J., were passengers on yesterday's he was subject to eptleotlo, fits.Mrs. -The Canaveral Club's steamer has accompanied by his stenographer and F. Brown officiated, and tbe choir sang I I. said to be a first-class hotel man, and ..r
southbound train, an rout to City Point been placed ia the river, after, undergoing some appropriate hymns. The Rrevard' will open tbe Breaker on Saturday,
Miss E. M. Smith of New
": hos. Barb ur of Verona N. typewriter, December 2Hib bringing all his well-
,
where they are always welcome visitors.Miss a thorough overhauling, preparatoryto County Commissioners and School Board
Y. and PatersoD N..Y., who I I. now" at York.' Mr. McComb was a former resident trained help with him.
,
Ballantlne Is rather a stranger, for gotoff on the run between Tltusvllle adjourned for the purpose of attendingthe
It Is three years since she paid Indian her fine winter borne at Eau Gallle, on and Chester Shoals. The Club-houn of Tltusvllle, so be Is no stranger to funeral service of one of our oldest
of Florida. H his wife
River visit. However, she Is delightedto Indian River, baa been In many parts of will probably open to-morrow and the this _'Ion will says and of East Coast natives, who had departedto Yawl for Sale. a
and south
return to the land of the orange and Europe the past summer but she considers flat members to arrive' will, no doubt, family will reside at soon Miami come Instead of,New that bourne from whence no traveller -
pineapple.Dr. her place on the East Coast the be Col. C. P. Horton and Mr.T.Watt on they returns. Yawl, 3Hft. on deck, 31-flft. on keel, :

S. G. Worley, of St. Augustine, best. of aiL The grounds around tier. Merrill, two of Boston's popular and York city. After the service' the remains were re- 11-Oft. beam; draught, 2-6ft.1 1 cabin, I 1
one of the most noted surgeons,: In Flori- residence have been well looked after I fcy well known crack shot -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles, prominent carried from tbe church to the hearse, 1 If..; head-room, O.8:t. Two Oft. berth t

da, who had been to West Palm Beachto Wm. King:; and Thos. Ha rater has the -O. AV. Ashton writes us that he and popular residents of St. Augustine which was' In charge of Undertaker A. on each side, good mattresses, pillows.bedding .
Mr. HenryAnthony orange trees In her grove' roe trees who nave been staying at Pomfret Frosoher, and the rurtntt' slowly wended stove, cooking uUnnlls Gad
perform operation upon "ndfree has left Eau Gallle for Hiooo. He says:
passed 'through Tltusvllle' on etc., all looking In floe condition "We came right,: down the country road Center, Conn., since the first of last Its way to the Tttiivllle cemetery. ,At dishes; 4 persons; toilet. Two anchors,

Tuesday, on his way home. Dr. Worley from scale or other Insects. It Is In a from Eau Gallle, and It Is a Splendid Spring, left, last week, for New York the grave, Archdeacon Brown" concluded cable, tender; good running rigging, 4 I
trees
the
said the sufferer was resting easy and beautiful sight to see' loaded orange down with road, nearly all of It Is shell road, and city. After remaining for a few days, the burial service, and Mr. Boye't years old; don't leak. Good reason for
his Mrs. Harbour's grove Mrs. Miles, with her servants and dogs, body was laid In its last selling. Address,
that of
there were hopes recovery. the fruit. Many of Mrs. Br-, ,good: and hard, and In the remotest partsof r..tlalCJlace.Tbe : I
Mr. Anthony's many friends In Titus golden the county you can find good bridges, sailed, via Clyde Steamship Line, for her funeral was and G. V. ROOBHH,
bour s Jersey friends would /give a winter home In Florida, and anticipates Messrs.. Wm. M. Box 19 Jacksonville Fla.
ville will rejoice to learn of his complete and over' the stream and creeks you !lad the pall-bearers were t ,
her
deal of to be oble to see orange -
money arriving/ In the Ancient City about Monday Brown, Jno. R. Walker, Henry Egger,
at no distant date. by Bievard
recovery gjod lighters,: kept Ul county,
in all its glory a* It now Is.
grove ; and a ferryman there to put you across next. Mr. Miles expect to join his Ronnie Pyle., R. E. Mlm.and L. C. Brannmg. Launch For Sale.

WE ARE OFFERING THE CBLEBRA- $S WILL BUY YOU AN ALL WOOL free of charge, for be I* paid by the count wife in Ht. Augustine later, as he has . -

ted Cosmopolitan fancy stiff bosom Covet' or Melton cloth Overcoat' at K. ,. The county officials are broadminded to remain for some little time In :New With deceased's children relative The Cabin Launch Dawn, 83 feet long;,
shirts at 73 cents. Rhodes, Tltu vllle. Rhodes' Tltusvllle. York upon Important business. and Intimate friend we deeply sympathize. : sash
W. men, and do not mind spending the 7 feet beam, draft 20 Inches, drop
county' money on the road. Brevard May they be comforted with tbe window forward, mahogany finished

Printers Wanted. Indian lUverUea, Attention. county Is far ahead of Osceola county In Special Sale, Monday, Dee-Otl.. assurance that she ha passed to life throughout horse power Aloe Vapor 1

this line; but I think It must be In the eternal. motor, speed nine mile per hour. In perfect -

Three rood can secure employment We have the largest-stock of furniturein administration."-Klsslmmee Gazette. Everything In the Dry Goods line at order. Used one season on the East I

by addressing, Brevard We meet all com cost Remember Monday only. Mall Launch For Sale a Hargalii.I Coast of Florida. Reason for selling,
county. ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR
WE orders received' Monday filled ac price and
THB DRAW PUBLISHo Co., Goods Issecond sudden death of owner. For price
West Palm Beach, Fla. petition. Our Dry We want department business the Woonsocket robber boots, the best given home trade, on that day. have a 30ft., 10-horse power Morris further particular apply to "
to none. your; made Rhodes
every pair guaranteed. JOHIC R. WALKER A Co.Tltosville. Height naphtha launch for safe. It I. IlOOOSOf BaoTHSa1
because we need It. We guarantee satisfaction the Tltusvllle.
Stove Wood For Sale. and pay all freight charges. Clothier Fla. In tirst-clas shape; about three yean'old. Eau Gallle, .. Ia.

Pont send that order to Chicago until Has glass front. Will ll ebeap.

Leave your orders- for; wood at Carroll's you try ns. J. R. WALKER t: Co. For Sale or !Kent FurnUIied. For Sale. Address, E.Jacksonville C. Lojro' Fla. Hillside Dairy Farm For Sale.

store A. P. OBUBER. :H Tltnsvllle, Fla. w
TlJu vl11e. An eight room house, In a desirable At Banyan, Merritt'. Island, fronting Located at COCOA and Rockledge. This ,

location on Rldgewood Ave.' Daytona. both Indian and Banana Rivers, :34 acres property Includes 60 acre of land a
Launch for Sale at Ilargaln.
Empty Sugar nice Barrels. Photography, Picture Frames Address, of land cleared and Improved, Including a house of eight room., furnished complete .",

: and Mouldings. L. M. MURRAY, Box 13!, heavy hammock and high, light bam ; dairy house, 16x30 feet, with
For sale." Address, 4t Daytona, Fla. mock, soluble for citrus tees pineapples 30 foot, glass enclosed naphtha launch cement floor, with separator and churn ,
WALTBB A. Moons, Portrait; Landscape and Marine Photo and vegetable Now standing,:288 orange built by Ga* Engine fc: Power Co. of fixed to run with power; 73 head of Jersey

8 George St., Charleston, S. C. graphs. Portraits la all the latest styles. Clothing Cleaned Dyed and lemon tree, large proportion In Morris Height. New York. Seven' hot; mulch cows, fit O bead of heifer, one '1

Old pictures copied and eulftrged to any bearing.! Two-story dwelling on the beam six horse power engine, speed span of mule, bam and stall for the !

Illldltcu Steam laundry. lie and finished In any .tyle. desired. Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dressesa premise, and artesian welL Place now eight mile an hour. Mahogany finish. lock, three wagons and one buggy. Also! ,.
Florida views for sale. Work finishedfor specialty. Address, rented and under cultivation. For terms 26 Inch draught. Nearly new. Price, an orange grove of itOO) tree, half of "1 I

Basket will leave office of Southern amateurs at trade price. SAw Plln, and further particulars: address: l.OiiO.OO For further Information ap- which are In bearing. For particulars v

Express Co. Tuesday morning. F. M. TAf LOB, Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, "J. H. C." ply' to W. II. PKTBH, address, ABTHUB LATHAM. .

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KHAN'S DEVIL. RAISING YOUNG TURKEYS. TRUTH WINS.An '
THE
GRAVEL
ROOFING
._ ASPHALT
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; o.j. Practical baaiCSton. From a . of the Pub-
tl lA adium.i lnimanglt, .,< A Sow Appeal tu Cummuiifcenso
Ths khsn'esme from Bokhara" town '''' .. Saooeaafnl Brd.r. Llo Hawt With Quick llmpona.

uT Co. T. liam , Mrjtanol. rrmownt";, < k:.' The question confronting'most paul. Read the Verdict.A I
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,'''' ... r ':'.j GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS GOOD FOR 25 YEARS
t "My \
Thy help 0 holy. man, I iii'"'" manege 017 turkeys so as to reduce the to tbe intelligent public, un article calling;
I attention to the discovery of an actual |WITU NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR: ,
far .oe death flockt" First
OlglOMest In dliiiM marking t rp rate of my young plenty
there were
The kbsn's nd JM end purple tan", Catarih Cure. Skeptics
of all the breeders must be healthy tbe worthless preparation
owing many
Thick voice end loose uncart.ln trod, Strong vigorous and well mated birds. heretofore offered in this country some
"Thou but a dsvill". llamas rid, relieve but none The
without which you can, only expect few of which might Carder-Campbell Company
"Allah forbid!" ticlilmcd the khan weakly poults. I have hatched turkeys Cuuld euro this most di iro Klng disease.
"Rlil ma or him it once, 0 m.n'I"' SNUFFLES, the GUARANTEEDCATARRH ,
both by chicken,ood turkey hens anti CURE, reaches the very seat

1 t Can"Nay day." Ramie,that rained Hid.thing"no irwll of thine.of mine of course'those with tbe natural mothers of tI..8. disirotilintc dmmtku and lemuvus Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street. JACKSONVILLE, FI.A

'i grow faster, but I prefer the chicKen the cause, kltuiU a gent!. yet completeand
I \ ,"1...... feist and wins KO forth and drink positive cnro. -Southern Selling Agents for-
eI Wattr of healing on the brink hen, as the chicken always come Numerous voluntary testimonials like

"WhM clear and cold from mountain snows, home to roost and'the turkey roosts the following are received daily. WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL
The Nehr al Zebra downward down wherever night may overtake her. Tbe I was troubles with Catarrh In the

"81* moon. remain. then com to m. poults are always tamer with cbici!;cr.mothers threat, mr rh'Rlcltn' ll did nnd not seeing seem so toknowwnattodo ROOFING. Cabot's Sblngle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Paint
Y for ,
I with the.'" as a turkey ben Is always shy
May Allah' pity fo ; "
much in the pntiers| about"SNUFFLES, Works' Structural and Technical Paints.
Awestruck from teak and wine tha khan when with the young and Is dpt to cut THE CATARRH CURE, I thought I

Went forth wkera Near' al Zebu ran.Roota tlvate the already wild nature In the would try It, and I must say that It baa DaRONDE'S: "LYTHITE" COLD WATER PAINT.

wen bla food the desert dust young by her shyness and not having already helped me so much that I feel I -------
,, Ilia bed; the water quenched his thirst a certain place to roost cultivates bad shall perfectly cured. After using one -=

habits In the poults. When the,poults box of"SNUFFLES" I felt like a new

i LONG AND GHORT.Vlowa And Curved when aharp the above.i.th the moon'a evening erlmeter alar are hatched If by turkey and she Is not person.REV. O.u"SNUFFlES"W. McCuAE:,Quincy too much.It ,Fla.. BANNE BROS.:

cross, remove poults as Moon as hatchet Ioannotpral
of e House and tbe Small HOOK.. Not weak and trembling aa before, The first box gave me such relief as I
cross let her alone, aa she will only and six boxes
M. Sumner Fcrklus writes to Tbe But of limb and clear of brain have not had for years,
strong trample and kill the young. When the I still keep a box on
cured me, although Wine
"Behold ha Mid, "the Bend la .I.IDI" and Merchants
Poultry Monthly; : ban Is through hatching give her a' band In case I may catch cold. shall nl- Liquor

I i "I believe lu poultry colonization ''N.,.," Hanua answered. ) ".tan>.d and reasonable number only and place her .ways do my best to recommend It wher- ,

, I I tbat I k to nay, ninny email coops and drowned. In a clean coop on high, dry; ground and ever t can. M. E. BAXTER Malboro Vt.
,I I houses scattered over large arena and !'b. cunt one lit in deathlike awound. make a small yard for poults so that I I am using the sixth box of NUF. -Oldest house In the clty.-

r 1 "But evil break the strangest I'1'ftIIoADd they cannot stray from the mother : FLES" and am surprised at the result.
few fowls rather than a away
occupied by
like him have charmed liven better than I have for five
jln I
am feeling Wholesale Distributors of Lernps' St. Louis Beers
few very largo houses occupied by for about three days or until they years. The air passages are clean, tbere ,
"On brain of the Juice of grapeHay learn to follow... Grease the mother hen I
many fowl Better put 1,000 fowls call him up In living ..h.Vb.n ..... Is no discharge, and my head Is as clear as
Into CO different houses than Into only on breast and under the wings and bell. '1'hlslll the only Catarrh medicine OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.

two or three large houses oven If the "'\ the red. win of Badskuhin grease the poults on heads to kill lice that did me good and I have tried a
Bparklea for th.., beware, 0 khan I If any. Five drops of carbolic acid to number. J.CALDWkh.LElPaso Texa ?'Call .or send for Prices.I
latter, really coutfllna the same area as
the (Ire within. a heaping teaspoonful of grease Is sure SNUFFLES Is no ordinary remedy, buta .....
the former We don't want too many "With water quench .--- - --- -- --- -- ----' -- :::::::
And drown each day thy devllklnl" death but should be exercised complete treatment which Is positively
care not
under the name roof. It ID the same CATARRH in oc..............
i I' case as It l lit with! the human habitations Thenceforth the gnat. khan shunned the cup to be too )IJberal) with the grease, for too form guaranteed to when cure used according to any di ...eoo ..

I All Bhltan'e own. though offered, up much Is also death to the poults. Always or stage; .
In congested city quarters tho so rectlons. There are no powders acids
f r called teneuicnu or rookeries whero With laughing eyes and Jeweled handa look out for lice on neck vents or Inhalers but a simple and pleasant :; : |
and Samarcand'a, and quill feathersgfn wing using the for For $3.2014 Full Quarts
men women Roll children are so hud By Yarkand'a maid treatment men, women and children. l : o
above carbolic 'acid and
died together that they! arrive at neither And In the lofty vestibule grease every Don't delay but send for It- at once and
physical nor mental standard of Of the madron of Bauali Kodul two weeks on quill feathers on top of write full particulars as to your conditionand OF. THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD .

: proper development. So with poultry. The students of the holy lawA hurt.wing. Remember-A liberal supply that nine-tenths here will not of the discoverer you will receive of this special wonderful advice remedy from

It won't do to crowd them. They need golden loitered. tablet saw Calhoun Pure
I' the young die from lice and overfeed. without cost beyond the regular price of : Rye Whiskey f fVeshlp
abundant air III i>nco and to be no separated '
With these word by a cunning hand Cleanliness Is also! very' essential In the remedy.
I into small numbers as to avoid *1.
Craved on It at the khan' command I I Prepaid to any addresson receipt
Isolated raising. No filth whatever should be \ lu Plain I'ttCkatfes, no marks to Indicate contents, which will
contagion from disease Tbe Address Dept. C 705; EDWIN B. GILES e n
"In Allah name, to him who hath allowed to accumulate. void all comment. When you "nmt" It and test It, if it Is not satisfactory return V
house Is the Ideal plan at all A devil Khan .1 Named aatthl should & CO., 2 30-32 Market St. Philadelphia. it at our expense and your$3.:O will bo cheerfully refnndod. This whiskey Is Aaa
Young poults not be fed for 30
times and especially as summer comes rood air any $9.goods in the market. We are close at hand and can five V
I! liberal 1. shin al Uimed, know the charm hours after hatching; then give plentyof --- -- -- - --- -- -- --- qutekerdellvery than distant houses We have been doing businoiis In A
Is needed and a -
f on foraging room harm- this city and at the same stand for HO year, and as to our responsibility W
That rob. him of bla to sweet milk In such
power
Under a manner as GENERAL DIRECTORY.U. and for houest refer to bank or merchant bare
area for each colony of birds. rvpulutlou dealing we you any A
such conditions strong breeding 'Drown him 0 Iilam'a child I The spell. they can wet the beaks merely (turkeys or to tbe editor of this paper. W

... stock To .... the tin In tank and well I' will live and thrive on sweet milk like I- SOLOMON & LEVI 0
and
Block vigorous laying may Whlttler. 8. LAND OFFICE.H. ,
John Oriental
kittens) and well cooked bread
be maintained. It Is very good policy corn B. .chuhh.i.Renlyter. 1928-I93O First Ave., P. o. Box] 33, Birmingham, Ala. 0
to have light and fencing builtIn -. AND soaked In sweet milk and squeezeddry. W. Q.llolilnnon.. .......Jtee..lvd. ... ..touched
: coop .. Florida. 'NOTIett-We pay..."r. chnrffPfl to all point* r by the "Southprn E..1t .
sections so aa to be taken apart and :Mix' enough for ,one meal only Dittoes at Gainesville, Company," hut to iwintfum llncw wf oilier expren cmnpnnltM. we prepay only to points"
as turkeys do not want sour old where rtoiithurn Express Comrmny trnnHfem to mild other company. We citnnnt ulilp A
put together at will." any U..B BKNATOR8.I O.O.1. Price llt Cur other voodfl on appllunon.Wben, writing pleaue mention this paper.IC vTT
The Stock Farmer the Coming MAM, feed. Milk curd, oat groat millet seed JarHmnvllle.B. '
The editor of Tbe Monthly responds J.P. .
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I Good Croat la Dmlrftnit and onion tops are also excellent. Be It. Mallory,....Penuacola.U. .

M follows: because I believe that the farmer should raise careful and not overfeed as It Is a 8. CONGRESSMEN.Robert ....e.g...................
"We publish the above uot ..
In toto but as near pure bred stock! aa possible.! great deal worse than to underfeed.More W. Davis,.................... ..Palatka.
If Indorse It
believe
we or The razorback hog and the lougborn turkeys die because they have S. J1. Sparkman. ,....,,............ ..... .Tampa
because wish to all sides of
give
we cow have no place under fence WhenI too much to f'ot'ratIler than '
such questions. The colony'house has pot; FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. = AS. Ii Hvi: SC CO. ,
was u boy It was considered a wasteto enough. When allowed tree range E.N. Mmlclc.l'alm Ilouuli:..... ... ..."enator

Its Its place greatest especially advantage for being breeding that stock It allows fowl an ear of corn to anything/ but they will pick up all feed necessarjand K. B, Rau/anon, Yon !fierce.. .Repre eeutettve.xltrnT'IVE ,. flq, 919v.. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE -. FLA.

horse In winter time. A would
a cow therefore
only need enough to
the use of larger yards In connect 1t DEPARTMENT.Wm. .

tion therewith than are possible In not eat anything but grass, and the make' them aft f clate! home and! be .Tennlnpr. ......., .. .......Governor 4
house Into hog made his own living In the woods. gentle. Avoid all dampness, aa It Isnearly Jno. L Cr..wCurd..8ue..tary..8tate...
with cut
connection a long .. .............Treasurer.
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The stock farmer U the coming man always fataL Jame H. WliltOVId,
comparatively narrow pens. Out for ; High, dry and Wm. H Lamar.... ......... Attornov-Oeneral. ULL FULLEXPRESS
bouses for laying stock, especially In my opinion. ''The man who raises I clean quarters tree from lice with W N. Sliut...........Rupt.Flitillo Instruction, 4

where hens are kept by the thousand corn and stock and feeds his corn to : sunshine for a tonic and not too much n.Alonz"E. McLin.Commletouer O. Croom...... ,...........Comntrollor.Agriculture

and more especially for winter laying the Stock will lie successful A man feed will always raise Rood, healthy Clifford R. Foster.... .. ..AdJutant-Oatwral
who raises corn and sells It for 25 centsor Woodlawn John Hra'Jforil... ...... ....Surveur-ltenenl.
these colony houses como well nigh bo- turkeys.: Poultry Yards. R.E. ltoe.........1..... ........ .Slate CliDiulstOtlloes EXPRESS
Ing Impracticable 30 cents per bushel cannot make auy at Tallahassee, Florida. I S.' U'tL PREPAID PREPAID

money but by feeding It to his cattlehe Praise the bridge that carries you over
"The in the above that
assumption
COURT JUDGES

the fowls are crowded or suffer from Is sure to make money. By feedinga either a flood or cough. liallard'a Hore- M. it. Main SUPREME?............. ... ....Clitef Justice.F. .,Is. $$3??
calf until he Is 2V6 years old hecan hound Syrup bus brought so many over B. Carter....... .. .. .A.eoolateJuatloe.
r Impure air or disease simply because bo sold for $:;0. My principal Inerest throat and lung troubles, such coughs B. ...T.ytor................... .. $42O? ,lull i"t'd _
they are In large houses In large numbers collsbronchitis, Is In and stock
,'f I I'" 1.. entrlrely wrong. Some of tbe : farming raising. everywhere. Price:25 and 60 RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.
t Some 12 years ago I employed a sung cents. H. E. chairman. .................Gainesville. 6952Qts*
worst cases of overcrowding and filth and D. R. Wilson A Son. J.L. Morgan.... ... ....... ......... .Jasper. . .
and disease we have ever Been or heard dairyman bought a herd of Jersey J.III. 1Inrao. ........ ..Klmlniuipe.ohn .
cattle. I have been developing my I..NenleyJr.clerk- .l ...... ..... ...Arnaula. '
of were In small houses. The comparison A Brood Coop. Fla. X450
I Headquarter and oflhiea at Tallahassee t I Doz.
dairy herd until now I am milking over
: between the crowded city tene- The Illustration shows a brood coop
125 cows This year I will sell $10,000 CIRCUIT COURT. I
; manes and largo poultry\ houses would that Is good for chicks or ducks It Is
worth of milk cream and butter from Minor B.Jones Tltuaville.CiroultJudge.J. DELIVERED FOR /
have bad more force a quarter of a lighted In the short side of the roof by ]>. Hafrin Uriando.Prosecuting t'rnry. f
dairy. However, that Is not nil 'term-Fourth;; In
Century Today of tbe most my Bprlnjc Monday
ago. some windows made of one pane of glass.
profit. My cows pay me a very; good pefcent Vail Perm-Fourth Monday In November. $12 <
i, ,, sanitary dwellings In the world<1 are 29
}' ,some of these modern city tenementsand on the amount Invested. I have BREVATtD COt'ftTY /VBT< $ gqp

apartment bouses.; The average.... DO trouble (tn selling! PlY products.I .. A.1>.Penney/ *..,..nu ,u 1..t County JUfTJr*. -
have 1,000 acres In cultivation and James E. Andrews.tt. ...ProstcUtinR Attorney.A. I
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I'' poultryman :will keep a large house I t A. Stew... .County Clark.Bprtnfc Aj't'tlth leU' the Pabhl, lJr.1t11t Co.
I cleaner than be will a lot of small the mint profitable part of my farm Is Term-Beenml Mnnday In May. = .. ---- -- _
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Bummer Term-Second Monday In August. --
the dairy. I believe that every farmer
I house of equal capacity, simply be- Fall TefiD-Becond Monday In November.
I Cause h* can do It easier. On the score should raise some beef cattle.-Governor Winter Term-.Second Monday la February, PAULO BY THE SIJA: LIVERY.i. j

f of economy; of material of time and of Jester. Tex Hi. ,. _COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

P labor the long house U ahead. It la R. H.Mima, 8.. rtntend..n pnatrmanTltnsvllle nonavehlur 'Turnouts of all descrlr gj ?,1' ||*|j SADDLE HORSES:
I cheaper to build and cheaper to care Members J. M.Dixon, ;
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R. N.Andrews,Cooaa| C. 1'.I'latta, fort Pierce.COUKtV .
for and keep In repair. It Is leas ei' tlons: '' BAGGAGE TrgaefK,

T>sad to storms In winter, and everything COMMISSIONERS. u I
r T. R Yfrlker, chairman Tltusvllle; John R. TRAPS uir.ING. Ele.SJRREYS .
can be better kept under.the eye; rand p
a aa a let' Indlanola I R. A. C'onkllno, Tillnian j John -
of the overseer Let some of the advo- tJ.Jones. Wood ."J. Frank Bflll. White City. I
C Regular sessions are held tlrae Monday. lu each aPi Wm WJLKISSO I,
cats of coluuy; houses try to care for the drop floor, which Ti larger month. , ,
1,000 hens each kept In CO colonyhouses '
than tbe opening, serves foe an n> BUEVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. LAUDAUS, L Proprietor.
In separate yards during acme D.Penney, ..*..?County Judge. i =.
j of our northern winters. Let them : trance platform 'when the coop 'sets Jaa.B. ''''' Tttwt\Ulel'{lie|....... Proa An y. VICTORIA9 _.._., Pablo Beach
higher than the ground In front A. Jrewmrt.'fltViRulllB' ..,, ,.....County Clerk.
visit these houses several times (dYlIyo lOW ., J. r.'W' otetKtSwoa,..... .........Tax Assessor.B.W .
feed 'water and clean platforms and . "*... tDtIyllle.T.| loileumr.F. ) --
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.n. Boy, 1'1'\.y\l\e.' \ \ ................Treasurer.
replenish grit and shell bo&cs and supply An attractive woman thrives on good R. E. Mitts'.JWncventure' ...... Supt. Pub. Inst. ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.

; new litter and spray the roosts and food and sunshine, with plenty ot exercise J.O. Friesluisvllle. ,. .....County Surveyor. .

gather eifffli and a Jew other detail, Strong!) In the open air. liar form glows J.P..Cooltablln"'W1I1'1tl1..lIIe.,LaGrange.,.,....Regletratiod 8h..rlll.T.J. OIHcer. I
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with health and her face blooms with Its
tl'nd Rome one would be looking for another TTTUSVIIJJI TOWN COUNCIL.
beauty.; When troubled with a costive
r ''I job before many weeks had pass- M.Dixonmayor'R B.Mmis, marshal
habit, she takes a few doses of Heroine !.i 'd-.s. J.r7I
I .cd. It Is well to, have some colony Are to cleanse her system of all (Impurities.. .treasurer tax collector John Henry, tax sssesaort John and R.

houses.. They; are good for the breed- Price SOcts. B. R. Wilson A Son. Walker T.A.Morgan, O. J'Dunn, S.G.Vsn.landingdam -

, s' lug Stock during for spring the and summer.stock Monatro \Varea.The council meets and J.Brat L. Tuesday rarnithers,each councilmenThe month. 4 )L$

r during They are the good growing season young, hut when YOU ? waves that hurl themselves arnlnst TITUSYILLK BOARD OF TRADE. ;:; sr

hens the thou "tat \Vlfo." oue'of the Mariana lalaml O.M. Rnhblna,prekdent.r.M. Dixon, tre"s-
i by
It keeping
come drench It It about urer.J.0.heat.secretary. Meets second Wednesday -
dial of the to topmost pinnacle
sands In house accommodating only The punching night In each, month at their rooms.
machine won't! 3."iO fret stove sea leveL The tremendous
SO each they; are not what are wanted. answer that question. I surf sometluu's runs at linker Island FREE: AND ACCEPTED: MASONS.

I I The long house Is the only one to econ Strength depends oni even without any stronu wind or 1>"-'- Indian River i..llte. No.OO,holds Its meetings
omise labor allow the use of labor saving nutrition. When the hnpa the wind blowing from a contrary the second and fourth Friday evening* of each
at their lodge room, near court house,
month
devices and reduce cost of care to and other of direction. An unbroken wall of water
I ; stomach organs digestion at T:3fI o'clock p. m. Geo.W.Bcoble, W M.:
the minimum." and nutrition are diseased, the bo
l r to receive its full supply of nourishment a mile long rnll la, threatening. to dvl igt! ORDER or EASTERN: STAR.

and hence grows weak. That i* why no the Islnnd and affording one of tbe grandest .
After the flay la Gathered. ulan is stronger than his stomach. Bight. iru I
f' Now that the hay crop Is about gathered Dr. Pierce'\ Golden Medical Discoverycures to be due to the southwest monsoon" Ant Tuesday In each month..3::!o'clock p. m.;

I !4' It Is time to do something with the diseases of the stomach and the blowing atroiifrlr In the China sea. many and: the' third Tuesday In each month at Turn 4rrE' Off/CEd i
o'clock p. m. The following are the officers of 1.Y/uvA'R/Vfi 0{ fIYTYC .
I thin meadow antllllpots. It plowed up allied! organs of digestion and nutrition. miles a"aT.ChamlJoutnal the lodire 1'0'.. C.Rcliujlnr worthy matron;
at once and well worked dowu. rye can The food eaten is then perfectly digested Dr. H. R. Wilson worthy patron( Mrs. F. a.CtsJTee rP r
trial of and assimilated and Ole body is made aasorlate matron: Mr. F. A. Morjran.I l
: be sown In September but a '
A Good Cough: Medicine.From tr ainreri Hiss Aleph Mima, secrrtarv; Mrs.
. the Clark method of grass settling In strong In the only possible way-by nu-, Ueo. M. Robbin.eooituctressi. S. R. Wll.
ritiou.I [ Th OaxetM. Toowoomba Australia. I son aasofllate conductress Mrs. J. H. Sere..., ''
often advisable where a farmer cannot : Adah; Mrs. John R. Walker,. Ruth; Mrs.. F. A.Morgan .
of the field for wen troubled with Imllgratton for shout twoyean I find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy; Esther Mr.lei. W. Bcolile. Martha
well lose year's use ,
a ," writ W... Hcmkrr. R. of luiiaettaLatahCo ; ;
q. an excellent medicine.. I have been suf. Mn. T. T. Wetmore. Marshal; Mrs. W. X-
barrow thoroughly different doctors and
After plowing tried
Idaho I
gnus. : .
front for tbe last Woodward 1J.ta.secure
but taring a severe cough
remedies to no ami, until 1 wrote
with dl,k or cutaway to cut up and you told rn. what to do. I suffered with a two months and,It has effected a cure.I ,

,, the old sod and seed early In September. pam In my stomach and :.nl. and thought have great pleasure In recommending -- your reservations over the
I of well rotted that It would kill me. am find to write Line at the ADVOCATE: office Tttnsvllle.
dressing Civil
: Use a top thin and let you know that I am all right. I ran it.-w.. O. Wockner. This.Is theopinlon -
manure or commercial fertilizer. A do! my work now without pain' and 1 dont hav of one of our oldest and moat respected .
thorough working! of the soil and early hat tired feeling that I used to hays Five. tx*. residents, and has been voluntarily given
I ties of Dr. rierce's Oolilen' Medical Di+roverysod would esteem the favor If Fine Job Work Executed
seeding will allow for sufficient growth two vials of bla Pleasant Pellet> cured In'good faith that others may try the Jrjr"W oar Quickly
, this fall to stand the winter and chI me-. remedy and be benefltted, aa was Mr. readers, when writing or calling upon

I \ a good of hay next ;year advise' Dr. rierce's Pleasant Pellet stimulate VVockner. This remedy I. sold by all our advertisers to purchase merchandise ,
crop
i American Agriculturist. the liver. druggists and medicine dealers. etc., would mention the ADVOCATE. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE,









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Professional Cards.
THROWING THINGS AWAY HINTS FOR FARMERSA
CsntagiDlZJIs
To Mothers ofFamilies ,
M: BOBBINS Bow the Ooo* !To..<>vTfr.. Do** ciisiart ,.
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GEO Old llubblah. Half Acre Chird...
Blood Poison Large Professor Lloyd of the Illinois Agricultural -
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR "Always before we- move, said Mr.
Hilltop", "we K 00 through everything la college tell of the expense ot

AT-LAW. There Is no poison ,",o highly contagions, the storeroom and cull out and throw a half acre !garden not Including uw ot I

Will practloe In State and United States so deceptive aud..\>destructive. Don't be .away the things that we- don want. If IB thin vrarfraday world few women land. or the manure used on It. The 1
too sure you are cured because all external we never moved! I don't know bat what are so placed thai physical' exertion seed and plants cost' $:i.43. Insecticides On

Court. signs of the disease have disappeared, and finally we'd be burie adder the sccumulatkiu is not constantly demanded, of them in DO cents, labor '- 1.11. a total of $. & Jellies
Office at TITUSVILM FLA." the doctor says you are well. Many persons of thuHtw wbicb from time to their dally III*. host farmers would think this a rather preserve. and pickles. ,spreada
have been dosed with Mercury 'nd time we save. We make a special appeal to mothers thin coating of

OAULDEN Potash for months or years, and pronounced "We save tons of newspaper dl1IInp.lol1t' of large families whose work la neverdone : heavy outlay on a half acre, and If they PURE REFINED

D.L.. citreil-to realize when too late aud we always, have a pile of and many of whom Buffer, and added about tire cords of manure to .
that the disease was only'covered up- magazines containing article that we suffer for lack of intelligent aid. that. It would be a large outlay where

ATTOR1TET-AT.LAW, C/Jro. F-..>.{Jots Lake.driven' romthesurfacetobrcak want to read over again, but never do. To women ,young or old, rich or manure sells at a high prkv. Probably PARAFFINEWill !
We put away old clothes and don't know poor we extend: an invitation to accept few put more than ono or two cords of i
Will praotlo la all the Courts or the stateot out again and to their and mortification tree advioo. Ob keep thrtn Hlxmlntitl*mnMnraold and
Florida,'and the United State. sorrow what not of things we'vegot through women I do not let manure to the 'ucrl. and even then proof. ruralU'Anrd: lnbffia to also ":
Court find those nearest and dearest to with that art of no earthly use to UB, but would the land to 1 IK much, richer ....r"I'" a Orson other wsrs about. in.
r.U Box,235. TITC8VILLK FLA. them have been infected by this loath- that we hate to throw away. And how expect Leos. Full tltroctiutm. In saob. _......
when the crops were! taken off than Hold.v.ry wlir.,
some disease for no other poison is so we do hang on to( some of thus things!
before. But here Is his statement of the STANDARD 01 L CO.
!
surely transmitted from to child !
J. WEBB parent Why say we've got boxes and trunks
F. at this. Often a had case of Rheumatism, containing things/ that we've saved ia results: "In return for this expenditurethe .. I I

a Catarrh Scrofula or severe skin disease, that way that we've been lagging aroundfor garden furnished continuous sup ...;>"I If 111'11' .L. ., ,I '
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W. an old sore or ulcer developing in middle :years paying to have them moved I :& ply of fresh vegetables! throughout the ,. I

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th life, can be traced to blood poison con- and giving up room for the storing of growing ..season with enough sweet

Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand In tracted Ti'. Ctf of the Patent. them tbat we never look into at alt. Wecouldn't corn for drying! tomatoes for canning ., .. :
rents and accounts collected. early tell whet was ID some <. them
cucumbers string
cabbage,
peppers
life for it remains in the y I
smoldering system without looking but they are things we
TnusviLLK, FKOBIDA. forever unless properly'treated and sort of hate to throw away and so we beans and green tomatoes for pickling; -Some of our down- 'I ver renders have

driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. i. keep lugging 'em around. onions, beets (carrots parsnips salsify, Forgotten the fact that this office Is fully

D. PENNEY the cnly antidote for this peculiar virus, "I don't want to drar IB melancholy winter radishes! cabbage and celery for equipped to do all klmls of Job printing. w

A. the only remedy known that can over- thoughts In a cheerful cooversatEosv but winter use, and parsnips, horse radish Advertising and Job printing helps us to I

come it and drive it out of the blood, andit I find myself wondering sometime now eh / and salsify left In ground for spring I' publish a newspaper worthy or the East; 1 4

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, does this so thoroughly and effectually : a. I grow older what will become of an These vegetables coukl not have been Coast, and all we want Is a share of It. e
that there is never a return of the diseaseto this truck save to\ this when ; - I
TirusyiLLK we up way I bought In the usual way for less than I
FLORIDA. embarrass or humiliate afterwards ,
you we dib. It will all be last lying there, $83.84. This leaves! a balance of '51TIt

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th cures Contagious Blood and those who come after us will look at In favor of the garden. What other
Poison in and all KIDNEY DISEASES i'
any ,
It and wonder what nod the canopywe
Judicial Circuit S S S stages ; contains no saved It for and then they'll throw half acre on the farm pays as wf'IU"

mineral to break down It away: which I tell hi,.. Hilltops w* I ,

& JONES your constitution ; it is might just a* well do DOW ourselves and jII Car of .... C.... are the most fatal of all diseases.
MORGAN I purely vegetable and the only blood purifier get rid of It. There' nothing la the "aa. Cagan Ba.LlrnLLllo I cut the corn from the best part ol :
known that cleanse the blood and
whole blessed storeroom that .
might
we
my field and when dry husk It. select-
REAL ESTATE AND at the same time builds up the general with throw ,right out I (
INSURANCE not perfect safety
your lives sacrificed when a word of lug the best ears for seed nays a correspondent
health.
Loans, Notary Public. Our little book on contagious ,blood without ever lookluif at It. Oh. of course, advice at the first approach of weak. of New England Farmer. I 1 FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE 1st
that Is rather assertion. butnevertheless
a swooping .
is and instructive ness may future years with do not choose the largest.I . Guarantied
poison the most complete 111110ur necessarily ftanodj
Collections Is
Typewriting, Stenography It substantially tm'that healthy a. letter to Mrs
ever issued; it not only tells all all that miscellaneous array. of boxes and Pinkham's prefer a deep grained ear, moderately
TITUSVILI.K, 1"1." .... about this disease bat also how to cure Laboratory Lynn Mass.
rough. I tie two ear together with a
bundle there, of odd and end. of one and you will not be disappointed. or refunded. Contains
is and should
yourself home. It free sort and another w* might In.t.a.. well ,"When 1 began to take Lydia E. mall portion of the husk or'with binding money I
be in the hands of seeking a
GEO. A. WORLEY Send for it. everyone throwaway bodily and we never'd miss Pinkham's Vegetable\ Compound I was twine and bang them over a wire remedies recognized,1 by emi

cure.THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA.A.Feedtg 'em. We had a curious experience In cot able to do my bounworlc.. I suffered suspended from the rafters of a dry nent physicians as the best for

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW this way last fall. terribly at time-of menstruation. building. Seed corn selected at this
[ and Bladder troubles.
"Weeding thing onto then In the usual Several doctors told Kidney
-- ---- -- me they oould do
General Into
be thrown
practice In State and Federal time must not a pile to
manner, we set out of the storeroom one nothing forme. Thanks to the Pink- PRICE Sue. and$1.00. !
Courts. All business entru.ted be later but be !
will Llttlo Chlcki. hung! up must strippedand
day three big boxes of stuff to look over. ham advice and medicine I am now I
receive prompt attention. It seems to matter little what kind of But somehow these boxes got mixed In well and cast do Uw work for eight in bung! up at once. Mold of any 11. 1C. WILSON &: SON. .

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate food we !give as long as It Is rich In the with the stuff that had been looked over the family. kind Injures the germinating powers of

Miami. elements of growth and tbe chicks keepIn and was ready to throw away and away I would recommend Lydia E. Pink seed. It the germ Is alive almost any WANTICI>-R...In eriil with. ) r..n..t.HUM(one character in tills conn-unit |J>'

MIAMI. FLORIDA. the right condition-In fact we they went never looked at. and w* never ham's Vegetable Compound to all seed corn will grow providing\ the tytat1nlredSt' . represent| and stUnrtlm. olil. ... 11))
discovered It till the next day. Then mothers with families." MRS.CABRIB tablliwl| i l, w.altliy hn.lness house of itolltl. flnan- f|
large .
ought to feed as much of a variety as earth Is warm and moist and all conditions alalstanding.,, . ,with.
f JAMES ANDREWS possible. I am feeding my brooder there was a time! Mrs. Hilltops wantedto UHI.LBVILLE, Ludlngton. Mich. favorable In adverse seasons Ut.I..U l paynliln Hulnry fit In cash weekly.....b Wednesday espunnee. I
have ine go right away and find out direstfrnuhssduatceS floraewedearrlsxsfur. f fnlihsd 1
chicks this season oatmeal the drat few however, good strong seed Is absolutely .
ATTORNEY-AT LA W. what dump the things collected on our ., when neroiiMkry. lt.fer..tirflii.. huoliwos : I
and cornmeal with about for stand If Kililrvnnnil. 1 ) .
days raw necessary a satisfactory > nun |1"11 mivnlniM Miuiuirar ai
Main: office and address Trrus- block went to, and see If Icouldn't get Caxton llullillnic, anise
postoffice one-eighth part animal meal mixed the boxes back. Our oldest daughter Pacific Submarine Cable.,, Cliii-ano. i

VILLE.: Branch office at FORT PIKROK. with a little cold water and lot. of Lucinda, was sure the green box contained The government at Washington U PrB.arlBST Pamltrr For Market. -Job Printing all kind executed ",

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. hard boiled eggs.; I had several hundred all, of hr very !best patterns, and considering the proportion of a New Those who are preparing poultry for at the ADVOOATK office. Hood your order. ; 1

Notary Public :stato at Large.OTEPIIEN" Infertile eggs and they make fine I don't remember now what other things-" York syndicate to lay a submarine cable market should be particular about the I

food'for chicks If one Is careful not to of tremendous value those. boxes did contain between San Io'rant'l"ro and the quality of the food they have says 1AIMIMER! SAL v"17 :
feed enough to constipate them. With but I staved the folks off somehowfrom '
E. FOSTER.ATTOHNEYATLAW., : day to day, and gradually they felt Philippines via Hawaii and Uunm, a American Cultivator, All poultry but I the moat healing salvo In tho world. ,I
bens I have to omit the oatmeal for, especially young poultry either chickens P
easier about It and In a week they for charter for which purpose was recently
although It Is the best' food for chicks It. ducks or turkeys will very quick TIlE RAPID CALKER Is what every i

It Is too expensive food for even the got"That was a year ago and do you suppose \granted under the lawn of the state of Iy show In the flavor of the flesh any yacthsmun and boutbullder noed For /

Sims Building, chicks after 4 daya old. and some mother we've missed anything? Why, nota New York. The company Is headed by food that has a strong odor. They do sale by Jus. PiKolmrd & Son Titus ;

JACKSONVILLE. FLA. hens eat more than the chicks. I thing. Then wasn't anything In those John W. and Clarence 11. Markay and aD more quickly than do fowls because vllle Fla. Price .I and .8 each.

have generally fed bread soaked In water boxes that we really wanted to use. If Includes a number of well) known capitalists tile latter pass off much of the flavorIn
TheImllnii Itcal
W. ALLEN or milk when It could be had. mixIng there had been we would have kept oil who will have uo dlfllctilty lu their eggs.!: Therefore such food ali liver Instate

GEORGE In chopped[ boiled eggs animal and using It. but we hated to throw the stuff raising the money with which to oxe- i I onions, turnips, cabbage! fish and decaying Agency linn for Sulo

Indian menl at times for the first few awny."I meat should be carefully kept -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tell Mrs.' Bllltops. .. I said before cute the work. It Is a task of uo or Unimproved Inndafrom$2.00to.5.00per
KBY: WEsT FLORIDA days and linked corn cakes crumbled\ that It would be perfectly safe to clear dinary dimensions for along the loute away troUt them for at least two acre

Will practice In the United States fine.-IIIn Crank In Poultry Monthly out the whole storeroom without lookingat In which It will be laid the cable will weeks before they are killed.! They 10 acre orange/ grove, near Tltusvllle.. 'I

and State Courts. OjunOS the stuff at all; Just throw the whole measure 8.60O:! mile. It Is'not that distance -I may relish a little of such food and It some trees boating I 'MOO.ClO.) (

Worms take refuge,: In the small Intestines thing right away; that we never store may not harm them when growing 5 acre orange grove near Tltusvllle,
lu lino of '
but the bed
a straight ,
where they can easily multiply. cash there, nor title deeds, nor anythingof but the flavor of It can be detected with 10 acres of land, some bearing I
J O. FRIES, C. E., White's Cream Vermifuge will destroy real value. Hut she says no:, .she'd the Pacific has In It mountains and vulleys I perhaps In twenty-four hours after It Is .000.Ou.) I

I tbe parasites. The verdict of the people rather look things over and I suppose' [ I one valley not fur,,from Junta being ted. Orange !grove mud pineapple farm, at! ,

COUNTY SURVEYOR. tells plainly how well it has succeeded. that some of these. old thing anyhow between live and six miles deep.It llcco, OOOgood! bearing trees., with 1 ncr I

Land legally surveyed! and sub-divided. I Price 20ots. B. R. Wilson & Son. may have In old 1 associations! a value Is Watering liars*.. lied for pines, good dwelling, lMKiO.( ( (,.
proponed that the cable shall l hI'
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for I that will make ns cling to them to the 80 acrim of pine and hummock land for '
facts Ironclad rule be
all kinds first laid from Hun Frani-lnco I 1111 The are no can 'I
of engineering works. DIs- Why roInmbuK Thon.hl Co.c..cherR'haI t'od.-New York Sun. to ; oranges and pines on Itll. south of ,
puted lines a specialty. l ild ColilinliiiK to roil wall and' the Mm-knys, oliilui lhat they laid down a* 'regards allowing a horse Sebastian\ Klvov, 800.)0louse )

TITUSVILI.K, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. mule tbut the world wax round The ".Ut'. ntrd. could complete that m-i-tlon by nest water, snys a correspondent of National and 41: autos of IUd beautiful ''
withIt Science Is KlocUumu.: The best of all and one river front, 2 mllus of Eau Gallo! I tCOO.
Bright Hoy-\\VII. Ills exnvrlrnw' Very weird says Sittings, July It U their plan also utter they
proved. that It was anything but .qlloir". the! habit only lately dlxcuvcred of a that will hit more cases than any other 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, riverfront
N.S.. BURXHAM M. D. Philuilelplila Press. large and beautiful East Indian bird.. have laid the cable,! to lu termination Is to allow the borne to drink when Lv at Ovorglnna. |70U.

Feeding mostly on the fruit of trees. It III the northeast of the Island of Lu first want to. I hold without fear of Apply at once to '

SURGEON and SPECIALIST It Is difficult to convince the man win. seldom descends to the ground and Its son, to make connections wltb the qri>.- contradiction that uo horse with a normal D. lu OAULDKN, Manager

Ear, Nose and Thront. la starving- that the world Is. growing better nest Is In tbe hollow of a tree, high up. ent cable between the Philippines ai.il, stomach and good digestion was 'Tllusvllle Klo. I
who has well. As soon as the female has laid her eggs
or the one juxt.dlui'il ever Injured In the least by allowing
Japan and the' Philippines and C'blnu.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. that it Is getting wOI'lIe.-PltII.btu'lt 1)1"' five or six, the male begins to fetch mud arrangement him all the pure water of moderate Foley's Honey and Tarhmjn
and therewith wall up the opening an which will give uninterrupted
patch. temperature that he wanted. It I II heats a stops tbe cough.fer .
I the nest leaving an aperture large enoughto comniuuli-atlon to the United .
the bill Most those with abnormal stomach or weak
admit large to
I very pass.
For family use in numberless ways : States with Japan and China without In watering
likely tills M dune to prevent the heavy digestion that require care
VirgilliaHmos Ballard' Snow' Lln'ment Is a useful and and awkward fledgelings from falling out the transmission of uiesMUgu Tin People all a rule are far too cautious In ,!
valuable remedy. Price 25 and CO cents. the below. In Uurope. ,
of the nest to ground far allowing! horses to drink.Httr .
B. R. Wilson\ & Hon.Pu several cases when tbe female wss liber- The' urgent need ofa ParlBc (cable Is

Yon learn all about-Virginia Lands, ated she was after found her Ionic pitiably and close poor confinement and weak admitted} on all sides.,though there In s .f.. and P....... SEEDS

Its resources, product., mode of oul; > kl.o .... HOSTS. although the male was diligent In providing widely prevailing ,sentiment that It The Ohio experiment station reportsan

tlvatloo, prloea, etc., by reading the :'.. Pumpkin. for bog can be kept quit her and the young ones with food. should III (constructed operated| and Interesting series of experiment to
VIrginia. Farmer. Send lOots. shelves I determine whether\ nitrogen and potash Ferry's ride uo I
for a "months to the late In tbe fall by placing on controlled by the government of the known llMOuunUy ovnsso I

Farmer Co., Emporla subscription Va. In a burn where they will be dried. 01 Disease and danger I lurk In the vital United. Staler rather. then "by a print.corpor.tlon. are necessary In fertilizers where clover tb.w.st rdisbl.M..dstbae I I I.aa 1
course they should l boo red out. before I I. used In five year rotation: phosphoric M bought. Itont .*onlak.l a ,
J
The blood becomes vitiated and .
organs. acid being supplied. The con on on. p wads sod hMo C ,
IIAVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON ,very raid weather nrrlvt the ueneral health Is undermined whenever 'dollar on th.lunnmt.
elusion I II that nitrogen and potash can ,
awl asp Anno.
h-a
the stomach and liver fall I to performtheir I
Rapid Calkerf If notcall at the storeof function as nature Intended. Her- The theory of the divine. right of sultan not be altogether dispensed with In 0. M. FERRY a CO., ;,
Jg Prltohard Son. Tltuivllle.
It Is *an article that should be In the Women as Well as Men bins will tone up tne stomach, regulate has received a number of rather such rotation. The trend of evldenceseems 0 *rH. MMl.

possession of every boatbullder and the liver, where other preparations only rude Jolts this a.oo. Several governments to he that a well balanced fee 4 J

yachtsman. Read the testimonials Are Made Miserable by relieve, Price COcts.( Wilson Hon. have pointed loaded !guns at tilizer. Including all the three chief element +

from flrst-elsas boatbullder. Trouble. Abdul llaa ld. a leader of, the Young. noted I I. most useful in a long ,
-- - ---
Kidney from Different Standpoints, rotation. '
Turkish party now In Paris has written DYSPEPTICIDETh "
Elb'I-Ub. ut lust' : It bun been year ,
lplK'iiMp. slate I saw you.AlphoastOIL some very pointed things about .>.*!.** r.. ....1... ore.Ust aid to DIGIi: TION.

Kidney trouble preys ambition upon the mind, discourages | uijr own Ethel It fan* him an ald-de-camp and commissioner Pine shavings have practically no ".

A Sample copy of one of tbe best farm and lessens and cheerfulness; beauty vigor been fiiturie. of bis snltanle majesty was lately akin valve a* manure while straw I I. worth The Largest and Most Coinolate .

,.. -e.=..' soon Kth.-l,'.. r'uther lop In the llbrnryl at Salonlca and from 93 to $4 per ton. says New England '
papers published free if you will send :) disappear when tho kidneys news comes from Establishment South.
Mary .Isne. who was that yon just let In? Homestead. Manure from animal .
your name on a postal card mentioning or diseased.are out of order Mary Jane-Itv .. Mr. Cumlota, sir. Prl rf'nd. Usklb and. other unfamiliar bedded with straw would be (EO. S HACKER & SON
.:111<'1'. 'arb..r-U",1t guu.! This lathe places that soldiers of the scloilter are ,
tills Kidney trouble has worth somewhat more than when shavings
paper become ninth time bIP'1I been here this week. In revolt. Their complaint Is the old i
the
THB so prevalentthat He might as well live b..re.-London Tit- were used depending on
Co.
PLOWBOY
: that Abdul will
It Is not uncommonfor one-namely not pay amount of straw contained. Shavingsare !

Atlanta, Oa. a child to be born Rite ___________ his bills. The time approaches when not Injurious to crops, but are objectionable

'f afflicted with weak kid- A Wise II..'. I*.or*>.... the Turkish !government must .go Into 'n large quantities on (light

: -. neys. If the child urinates "Why I I. It that so few people seem the hands of a receiver or several re land and correspondingly beneficial on I
too often. If the
anxious talk Mr. II
to to Csrplugton *
Irte.
--- --- urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child seems very well Informed." celver and retire from the map. heavy clay solLFmttrnlnf .

BO YEARS' reaches an age when It should be able to "That's just the difficulty," answered ,
control the passage It Is yet afflicted withbedwettingg Co.kerl.. I
EXPERIENCE Miss iJlmpleton. "He's one of those Cough and Cold In Children. 1t
depend upon It. the cause of dreadful men who know cnoiifth to corr..e7'tUr Separate them early from the pulletsand
.
the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first mistake when :you quote the clss- HKCOMMCKDATIO9:' or A WKtt KNOWN give them the range of a large yard

step should be towards thIS treatment of -ssnit who don't know enough not to do CHICAGO PUYSICIAjr. and clean airy quarter (round bar-

these Important organs. This unpleasant It."-| Washington Star. IfY l or oat,, with one-third cornmeal
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the 4 use and prescribe Chamberlain's
mixed with sklinmllk. make. a
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as Cough Remedy for almost all obstinate op ,
"Last winter Infant child of mine splendid growing and fattening food.
most people suppose. an constricted coughs, with direct results. MANUFACTURERS OF
TMAOC MARK Women as well as men are made miserable had croup In a violent form," says Elder I prescribe It to children of all ages. Am Two week before killing pe'n them op

DestaneCOPYPUGH'rs Ac. with kidney and bladder trouble John W. Rogers, a Christian"Kvangellst: glad to recommend It to all\ In need and and feed on corn and cornmeal Givepure Doors, Sash, Blinds, ,_

An.nas.enetne ikMch uid a ..nHptl4nloklr war and both need the same great remedy. of Fllley" Mo. "I gave her a few doses of seeking! relief from cold and coughs and fresh water and keep before them

uccrlaln. oar optnlun fr*> wh.,,.: ,s.,,. ThIS mild and thIS Immediate effect of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and la a bronchial affliction It is non-narcotlo I a box of sharp grit &Mcnldlng & Building Material
Inv.tns< probsblypstentabis' O>miOntiicuiotlTconlld.ntlsl. an' short time all and the .
danger was past
luidbonk on Pateste Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is told and safe In the hands, of the moat unprofessional.
sent f._ UlilnM n.ncr for Mcurln* In fifty child recovered" This remedy not onlycure A universal for ( Ala A
Pawn. tefewt lEroMh M 'nn AXf laLWl o.". by druggists. .' panacea all\ notation of Point Crop Waierooms. King, opposite
t noun, Ihoee.b.rsS.ia tbs cent and one dollar ::: croup, but when given as soon a* mankind.-Mr*. Mary n.. Melendry, M. Once for all the continuous' growing Cannon Street.Charleston ';.
sizes. You may have a q! I"w the first symptom appear will\ prevent D., Ph. !>., Chicago, Ill. This remedy Is
Scientific of without rotation I II
jm.er.cati. not
the contain potatoes crop S. C.
sample bottle by mall attack. It no opium or for sale by all dru--gli.ts and medlcloe ]
A hwi4>om.'lr flhMtr t..J .......'Y. 1.*mvt elrnlukm free abo pamphlet ten- ROOM of__ other harmful substance and may be I dealers. to be recommended an a rule, but there ,
!-sr." of any w :'ntula fcxirnml. Tanta.eta Ing all about It. Including many of the given a* confidently to a bAby a* to an may be exception, says Alva Age In Sash Weights Cord and
bane mtmtbS el. flop'bral e.a.d..lm.
thousands of testimonial letters receivedfrom adult. For sale by all druggists and Clyde Steamship Line. National Stockman. It may do In rl

MUNN & CO agtar..d"i. New York sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer medicine dealers. I swamp lands and In new soil for* few Hardware.
Bnooh o &. Co.. Binghamton N. Y.. be curs and Tickets and reservation via* the Clyde years, but on old land where soil futility -

mention thla paper. -Tba Clyde Line BUtauu.lp% Cv's, ;;.......,./.." iiiux eau )La ftouuiou of Clis I.I the big question a good short Window and Fancy Glass
FTCy'S Kidney Cars agency Is at the ADTOOATK office Tltns- II. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office Tltusvlll I rotation I I. decidedly the best for both

Lnc tt' The ADVOCATE doe Job printing. ville, where you can secure reservations. *. A SPECIALTY.iJ .
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JAMEU.. PBITCKAJUV President; a - : Rew., Vlce.Pre'ldell

EAST COAST ADVOCATE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. .. . .w e...... C. 8. SCHUYLIB, Cashier. .' *



1 eIp. '" ,.19(continued. -from 8tbpage.).:" } \'f ,. .. INDIAN RIVER STATE
BANK
A WMBfcT JOVBRAt ...VOT." TO *.. OUTBOrKBITf .- .4When.4usin
ben la allowed. : baking
Or TH. INDIAN K1T.B, LAKBWOUrK Report Justices of the Peace Mont : ,
HAYtBOTIOm.
,, ADD BIHOAVNB ,1 Ilardee. J. M. t Sanders R. O. Dronson COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
E l unl : and O. F. Cockling were received.On Authorized capital

PUBLISHED BVEKT IRIDAT.h, motion the county Is divided Into powder i its always econ- Paid capital.- $100 I ,con

1 two road districts an follows: All that up $25'oon

CBAKLKH H, ALTON, Kdltpr: A 1'ubllnher territory north of Sebastlaa shall comprise ,,, Average deposits $100,000 i

_._--- -- .---- the Drat district, and all that territory the
DUonnlluuiuin of iidvU. mime be load p.ronally south,and InoludlngSeboiitlan, hall omy to buy Royal.

at this ufllue or by writing oompj-Ue the second district Their com* Transacts a General Baukiogr

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-" -- penal ion uliall be $1,00 per day whin In

un..,.,eta., may l b. mode pityahln to CBABLM service. They are to qualify\ by the lit ,,Royal makes the finest l Business.
H. WALTOxpuhllnhur. day of January 1K)2( : and be subject to : .

-- --- the call of the County Commissioner of

Addr... all onminunlnatlnn) to hi* district For road commissioner for ) Largest and Oldest Bank oa the
K AH'f CO AH'T ADVOCATE:, the tint district W. 14. Norwood received most wholesome and delicious RIIll.

I i if IIj TITU.VILL FLo .n>A. three votes and J. W. Cuban two. Mr. Exchange bought and sold on all rorelde

.. . Norwood was declared elected. For road ., Countrles.a. .
I commlsitlonur for the second district 1l 1st

(?. H. Oopitrtmoiit of Agriculture \VilKht Cnrlton was elected unanimously. food. rtronat( appreciated Prompt ien,ici' '"OIIn 1
,.Iy w.y w'ly ; treatment,and every favor conniHtani with!
Weather Hiircau-.Jupiter, Fin. On motion, Commissioner Jones was .. aervatlve bank lug granted 001Io
: I appointed a committee to confer with the CORRESPONDENTS

banks for a lower rate of Intereat. T n Beaboanl National Hank of
.e New"ork.
J! the following IK a comparative statement Bond of A. A Stewart with. John I' ,. :,, SlLL' r National Bank of Jacksonville Kla .n 4
i. of temporiUuro and rainfall for the Henry and F. A. Loaley aa sureties to
, week ending Tuondny, Dec 3, 11)01) carry a Smith & Wesson levolver. No. BREVARD CIRCUIT COURT. therein warranted.We that!; In our. Judgment the testimony ;VILLE, FLA..

\ ;1 -1001- -101)0TVATB. ) 1)150.1; caliber M: was received and ap have investigated the books and -----.- ----...-- --.--.---- - =
MA1I.MIIIf.: MAX. MIN proved.On At the time of going to press last week various and find
of the
accounts officers
27 73 no! 70 47 motion, the following bills, were the trial of Dr. McLaln was not finished. and
that the accounts correctly kept
2ft( (III I!) (IV! 7.1: /Rl paid The cone wan given to the jury on Thursday the books in neat shape are ) and we find that THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

I 211!) 70 /IN 7M (UflO : O"nll.llI'lIn.l. night about 12 o'clock. On Friday .
the and V* -JJ
accounts are regularly kept tipOB -
: I Hrr /fill 70 fiG J R Walker. Co Coin and mileage S 6 00 morning at 9 o'clock the Jury after beIng
Is
. I 1 73 /ftft 77 05 J. It. Mint 10 locked all night, brought In a verdict Comparison, we find that there no
It A Conkllnir 14 IHIJulin up discrepancy existing between them. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
I. ; 2 71 IM 77 H.I: C. Jones> \22 onJ of guilty: of an attempt to commitan While on this line we would respectfully ,
3 77 (II 5 7(1( IW K Hull .. !M 00 unnatural crime on the body Milliard. !1
Total rainfall for the week: 2,84 It I)Crinkling ferryman ...... .. .. ... ... 10 oil five at call the attention of the Board of County I .:
It Bowler' ,fmryman.' .... ......... ........ 10 IK) The Judge sentenced him to years Commissioners to the fact that they are *.'
l Departure from normal rainfall for the T C Wetmnro. loa. ...... . ... ............ 210Klcmrlo herd labor In the penitentiary. The prisoner paying Interest their overdrafts or Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
week: plus 2.1ft Inchon. Departurefrom Light ('a...... ......., .... ..,, .. tt HO was ably defepded by Oeo.; M. Robbing on Paving .,..,
. normal rainfall\ ulnco January 1, J P Brown, J oJl..r...... .. ........... ..... 80 /e) L. Gaulden. monthly balances againt them In the
u janitor..... .. ........... ... son and D. I banks at the rate of ten per cent per annum -
plus 17.10Inoh6ll. .> ,....1'10)(011 Co Com.. . .. .., e no State of Florida vs W. K. Wencott wall whereas the School Board, for the Offices foot of HogAn Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone >fo. ;262.
HAL. P. IIxuniN' Observer. John C Jones, copying. uilmiUM...... . ... DIN) charged with obtaining five dollars from ,
, A A 8UW..rt, iuimmiiu.ii....... ...... ... ... 16 ou W same accommodation U only paying J.' K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
mother of McBurney. H.
the KoHbtirg .
I -- A !) "dnno)'. aalary county Jmlipt .. .... 2A 00 eight per cent We I'e peolfllll, recommend
I '1' A Itoblnnon, frnine and tii.h warclnn .... 40 ,M> cott went to the colored CAmp meeting, that the Board of County Commls .. .. .. ..
, I \\'K: have had unusually ,cool TJ e..ok "tltt.lwif JMIiKir..... ........ ... 10 41 which wan held In Tltusvllle In October reduce --- - - ------ ----- - - -
stoners
weather for ibis Benson of the J K! Andrew, l're..tI..g Bfl|>t, Ort AA (lid there went" to him make arrangements. to
. year, and while McBurney
,
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I K Htttto llmik. Int 3D HOMitUmiirna this rate of Interest.
i and the| orllnKl' are In much better Hunk. : '> .::::::::.:: N.r.' .:' : ;8 fillV : and asked him to change a silver dollar. We respectfully recommend that the McMurray & Baker

f'q.' . .....
K! r Hy dldliiu In undo 87H noO Wexcott handed him t)5o) Molliirney
shape for shipping then they were II Walton.., iirlnilnirbuc: fluods ...., .. .. a 71 looked the and found It fio Board of County Comniisitloneis take ,
I at this time !last yenr. Most of the OU.I n".cll.rlllht..r: way ............. .. 2A 00t.v over change attention immediate steps towards enlarging the

I crop iN I ripe( and, thanks to the .lohnnoti.: no\tilt wood. :!a.orn': ;., R.t': :::. ::::::.. B4 6 00 SITHHaniloti to short the and fact,drawing he handed VVoncott's him !fto.; Shortly Clerk's accommodation office In for older the that tl.ere may well be 401-4lii! East! nay Street. - Jacksonville Florida.JleaJquaiters .
.. public as as
.. ... . M
.
.juror iuquotit
weather there will be much after Mo Barney bad gone WettcoU went
not so Krlla I'lrloli, ... .. R. .. M proper and necessary room for the ofllcer
, fruit In the market tbU jear. J W Allen ... ......., MJWllruner after him and !accused him of passing a and his deputies and the safe keepingand for-
green .. .... .... .. .. (IB counterfeit dollar,/ and at the same time
A M ImniliiTi.. ..... .. .. on he care pf the records the present build
I Y Itaniiutt, . .. M telling him he wanted five dollars or log ;.eing wholly inadequate. We deem Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
j" TUB )Filipinos ,arc again active.It :: llull( witness .:....;;..;. M would have him arrested. The boy, Mc- that the carrying out of leoommend- Wagon ;, ,
..... .. .... his ,,
had
now looks as if the United States nWM'b..yl..r.o..ronor" :3RD I ) Barney who never, to knowledge ation Is absolute \ for the
an necessity
A A 8tewnrt, ranor got
seen a
, had hatched nut a century war K It Wugur, print Hull w rdeo'll notoa.... a M proper conduct of tho business of our
.I !' Itrownmlleage; uon* to camp.. ,. . .11 I 'M and told Wescott he would RO for his County.We RUBBER TIRES
i I ,' Spain always kept troops in Manila 8JN..rtcut.woo'IJ.II... .. ..... ...,..... B (HI mother who "" listening\ to the service recommend "KELLY". SOLID put on your wheel
and tar J O Frttia, tent eonvlota ....... .... ...... 6 on he his respectfully to the
our government seem In the tent. When brought
J C M.tman.hacklea. .., oonrloU ......,., ... 4 no big : School Board that they discontinue the at short notice.
from the finish line. We enveloped .1 It Walker' ('", clothing convlou .... 14 m mother out of the 'tent, Weacott who employment of the general or visiting
I J I* lirowu waILing on uounty court 6 no was waiting outside demanded five dollars .. .. ... . .. .. .
and decimated the Indians but deem It --- -- - -- - -- - -- -- ---- ------ - -
teacher as we an
I I aiMulal von ::::. : t no he would, have her arrested. The unnecessary
how can thttt ho done In the PhllI.I N eon. "ry' .,... 42 ;w> or expenditure of funds, not warranted hy
JO llimt liimril, Turv Circuit Court .. .". in TH poor old woman gave him the money; the conditions of the schools and theConoty i \ ,., WATCHES CLOCKS
I I pines unless the emigration craze M H Jones, Jr, utkmir tonHuiouj Ct Ct .... T TAf and then had him arrested. The Jury finances :, : ;
strikes the 1' Dro wn. eon wltn_. grand jury.. ., 3 4BM In a veidlof of guilty with a recommendation \, _......, t \ ,
brought
I country. E: BKnKll; : ,b..lhl' Kranil Jnrv. . ..... 6 :2fl 'We respectfully call the attention of ." I \ I. I \ "
( ( .. .,. ... to mercy The Judge sent ,\
J 1' llrown, waltlnir on :t 't. 14 on the Governor to the vacancy caused by
I mini' jury .. .. .. ... 4T :VI him to the penitentiary for one year. D.: .Jewelry Diamonds
the removal of
ONE little act of disobedience or a .., .,,.. IB 4S C. Frank Conkllng, justice : . .
'''J; M.S.lo;:"., jr: ,ba11IRero " : ..:.. .. II tort I.. Ganlden defended the prisoner. of the peace for the sixth district from lI cn! !I t;..... ,
does the ..
forgetfullness not Impress .1 I'ntclmnl. Son, miliw for Jail... ..... .' 1310 State of Florida vs LUton Murphy was Melbourne to Mavporr, outnlde of the )11. and
I\ average individual as a matter of J R WAlker,''IeD.;/ .. ...... 4 miM charged: with shooting non at Tuin- County, and beg leave to state to him .' Souvenir, Wedding: Rings Present,
, R WIlMin !Oct. .. .. U nil) Webb M Waltham
F. J. etc.
kill. Watches
bull with Intent to was
eerioua moment, but such careless. Toni .lolmKoii, pliwot for jail houne,.., 2M) that there is necessity for a justice of the Wl nU1rO
resulted In awful A Miullev, bnullllfl, brink' ... ........ .... UTSH / assigned by the Judge to defend Murphy peace In that district and request that th. Iili1\J
I ness an catastrophe P Travlii A C>. drlck for jail 100".. .. 4n no By the advice of his attorney the prisoner he declare -b. \
Conkllng suspended or removed PIMWATCH and JEWELRY REPA1RIBG
on the Wabash railroad the .1 P Brown, fr-ItRon) brlrk. ,.. .... ., T IHIH pleaded guilty and was promptly
R w imon Jt H.>n, made for prla'ni; .;;... a $wi and authorise the appointment of
other day. Eighty person loat II It Wllmm,rued HtumUon )>rU'r* .. .. .. :3011 awarded ten years in the penitentiary.State some other sultnble person. A SPECIALTY.
their lives trains In lilt wiiiion, ned. attention iwiiieni.| .. a uoH of Florida Oeo. llalnes, charg. We also wish '
by two coming K Wilson A hen, mad for 1, ul'en... .. a 101 I ed with robbing George Singleton on the to compliment our Sheriff Watch inspector tor Plant Sjstem and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'j.fi .

I contact all because the engineer 8 IJ I Worley, attention. Indian .. ...... 15/ onMrnKLvinan ) railroad tack about seven miles south of Joe P. Brown on the neat appear. (>..otaoles and lY"J!: >:'laRee... Charges paid nee way. K. J. K1LEJJ :\
... .
anper..... . .... in on ante of the jail and the grounds gen.
f forgot the orders which were given WmOorey, ................ son nockled l!. F. J, Webb was also assigned ) : !% W. Bar "St.. JACKSONVILLE Fu.
nitnUttithaui, ........ ..... ... 10 on eral.We
defend this prisoner haloes by
him. mistake both to
I It was a costly M Itrhlll:.., .. .... ........ Bon urge that the County Court usemoie -.. ..-. -- ---- .-
in lives and property. ,F Ixswlit, a ...........6 0(1 the advice of his attorney, pleaded guil cue In the trial of cases, so that
M Futon) ..... ........., /ft IHI ty. Judge Jones gave him six year In criminals guilt of felonies not be
I 1"arlt.I'c"'ltfItt., '| ...... .... .... IB nn the may Material
SOME :modification O MuNuIha ................ a. on) penitentiary. tried for misdemeanors, and thus escape Best Lowest Prices
are advocating a t.Tunker .......... .. ..;. $in IHI Stale pf Flotilla Simmons charged the penitentiary. The low state of the ,
of the law relating to the carrying An .ret .". ......,. .... .... eon) with having carnal knowledge with a female fine and forfeiture fund us well as the
Hllnitln. ............. Aon
: under the of consent-eighteen
I of concealed weapons. Thi' >y M WbltOl.. .. ....... ... .... son age!: ,demand of punitive justice make this
think the law is too Win Anderoon. .. ................ Son yearn of age-the girl being only I eleven I I"ean Imperative. .
: present string Mr,J. O Johimon a ..... .. .... .. (too old. Judge A. D. Penney was assigned We extend Honor our thanks for QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
ent. From our view point the lawas Mr, It W. llnxjkit, ................ BOO to defend the prisoner who, by your
T.C. rnmoott .............. 6 (HiIraCroKliy The I uniform kindness shown us by your
It now stands could hardly be 1060Itaulanthahrlatr his attorney's advice pleaded guilty. Honor and also to the various officers of I

improved upon. The penalty Is I ll <" :::::::::::::::: 500WllllaUrirnn 500Jtihn : : Judge gave him seven )'eal'lln the peni I the Court for their prompt,. and courteous Bond Lumber Co Titailk

none too severe, and falls heavily : nry : :::::::::::::::: 400: tentiary.State: of Florida vs Sam Grant charged I treatment, and pray to- bo Uncharged. I ,

'. I only on those who are vtAioua and lUilMing Fund.Manhall with breaking and entering M. Hall's\ E. 11. RICE.
1 A Bruloe Co staples for olnrk... S M WM. POMEBOY Foreman.. A Trial Order Will Convince.S. .
:. lawless.' Very few men of peace. II A W H Drew Co aupplle for olurk ,. 4 23 house at Sebastian. Prisoner pleadedguilty Clerk.Rockaway.

able habits ever Barry a pistol, but Road fund-General Aooount. to enteriog.tati.gthat the house O. VANLANDIXOHAM, Manager Tltusvllle Fla.

if they wish to do so let them 'pro- J OFrleaunrTAylngroftil.. ..... ......... 144Roail was open. He was fioe<<(f3l1.
The eases of Tuttle v, McBride and
Fund DUtrlot No. 1. Motor Co. -
I, cure license as prescribed by law JP\A Taylor rout. wnrk..............;..... 4 III Waddell vs Carrie were argued before
J W Unban, road work oct contract... DU 00 Judge Jones Wednesday. The former

A FROST proof orange ,Is the latest 1I'1I1Jc..rep.lrbrltlltt.... ..... .. ...?. 1211 upon a demurrer to the bill of complaint ROCKAWAY BEACH, N. Y.
DlstriotNo. I. and the la ter on a motion\ to strike the Paints

sensation. The Secretary of Agriculture JARhll'P'.I"mher.' ....... ..... ...... MM plaintiffs replication. The Court enter. Masury's
at Washington has. road. work "....... . ..... M BO first Ill
given HUH brie, ., .. ,.................. MOO ed an order In the case overrulingthe ; + ) s. '
out the statement that the depart. ft 4 Hantee ................... WOO demurrer and requiring defendant to "
ment has long been working on the UBSwInaon, .. .........."..... .. >tl ft answer the bill by the January rule day; .
\ ..Dlatrlol.No.. 8, and In the latter case sustained the motion. : T1. ARE THE BEST SOLD BY
i problem of getting: ) a hardy orange: B: A M Stewart repair. bridge. . .... .. 4 SO The argn rflent In the Tuttle vs '
tree that will withstand the freezes N Waller .ui>e oonvlou... ............. et uo suit made O.A. Worley
McBride
1.1 by .
R H"tltltOll.ruacI work..........;..... a 00 was I GEOY G-E: F. :]PKDDZ:: ON.
and he now claims'that the problem : McFiulden.lioiiM rent ooovlc......,. 100Ff of Miami, and D. U. Fletcher, of Jackson ,
Htewart, DidM ooiTlot* ,.,.. n TO vl He, In behalf of the demurrant, Mo- TILE LUMBERMAN.
hag been solved. The hardy OTMeUrhl I *. ...t:::;,. I BA Bobbins 'of Tltusvllle
and Oeo. M.
Japanase variety has been 'crossed Ivy Lawaon, road work.................... 10 on Bride; by EAU OALLIE, FLORIDA.
R A Conklluft.. nM f. ,.' with( the Florida 'evergreen sweet, K A Hardte. soot omitract 8 and 0 ..... SIB OO Currie case O. A. Worley represented ==
lumhrr.....................::: eon and ..M. Bobbins Gasoline Launches and Motors.The
result said be Mr. Waddell -
the i.
I and to perfectly 14 road work ................... 90 OOOTConkllng represented .
! satisfactory. We hope the report ,wdiM _..late....,,........ 110 the Currle estate. H. A. HODGES.... ,
I DI.ta 1o4 No. 4. most perfect, economical and easily -
Is and that the
I ;; true, soon Jack" Keen soot_tract............. ..... 35 WKlnirCurrr OENKRAL: PRESZ: :!fTMENT. bandied motor made. Two hours Instruction v Manufacturer of
will be ....... ... ... GRAND JURY
.
, ( orange growers cease to rtm.lxrork OOrt Is all that Is needed.
IMflixw CumlxM: Uo, lumber :::...;..:.. T TO Seventh Judicial Powerful ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
Court
I The Circuit
afraid of cold waves and white J O Jonoa.exam roaxla..................... SAO cheap and durable. Our agent Joseph
frosts. Florida can never be en. Ferry Carluin,.amcontractTB 00 Circuit of Florida, Fall Term, 1001. Bauer will be In Tltusvllle during week ROUGH AND DRESSED. . Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Orate
sect oontract.... ... ......... 4000
without Its King Curry To the Honorable, the Judge of the above commencing Deo. 9th. afterwards visitIng Any one contemplating shedding their building l laiy i1
tirely prosperous groves, I District No. B.F pineapples or oranges or
towns further South. Will
entitled Court have
i I and anything that can bo done to : M Iliulnon ......, work." : .. . .......... 14 III : launches exhibition and would part of Florida would do well to write for prices. Tbe saw mills are located
.1 FH II. aiiptm ll.......... . ............ :KIWI We, the Grand Jurors of the State of on be at Buffalo Bluff! near Palatka on the J., T. K. W. Rr, Lumber delivered to wf'
restore the groves will be hailed E J Traynor. .......work.... .............. !MM> Florida, Inquiring In and for the body of pleased to meet or hear from Interested part of the East Coast Address: H. A. HODGES Buffalo! Bluff FIE.

! with delight. Special Road Fund-DUtrlct No.B. the Countyof Brevard, beg leave to make parties. Address, .

I .1 B! Keen. ,bullring Ultb'n. ......... .... .MOORanlenon this our general presentment : JOSEPH BAUER -
A. Andrew. shell for rut ..... M$ (0
REFERRING: to intsstatementsaneut .1 II Haker, brtdK work." ...... ...... ..... 4 IBK We have Investigated all matters of a Care ADVOCATE - Tltusvllle, Fla. ESTABLISHED 1870
: : W Hall overpaid tax ............ ....... 18 III criminal nature which have been brought
the Boer war, Mr. C. S. Carswell, a Special Discount to Boat-builders.
Fee<1lnir Irl"cn.ra Fnnd.JP before us, and have taken such action
Brooklynite, who has just returned Brown _Ung pNton.rs...... ... ...13040
from Africa, writes the Now York Find.and Forfeiture Fuuth -- - M. Lane & Son

,, J K Andrew..conrlrtlon f-. .... .. ...... 8500 ,
Times, of the 13th ult., as follows : J P 1\wn"n... oullvctmt .......;.. 410
"I am astonished that you should orlnal'........ ....... .. .... 11030 The Buffalo Gasoline Motor. .
A A Stewart, .. .... ... .... .... IT W
publish the letter signed R. It. R. .1Alhln. e.lm prvia J Ptnri....... 3 M 200> WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
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J M"" \font. I nJukettlnitleiun >
which I
in your issue of. to-day, letter witness .. .. . ... Mlj
is misttatement of facts.Mr. l'I'ro..n. rrtm par .. .... 1J: M
)1 a gross It Ronr...,.. ..ltnm>. .. .... .. 1tI': A 4 cycle 4 cylinder, marine Southern Fruit and Produce
I? :\. Chamberlain, as the best Informed W OiUmitn, ...... I 30Ilipld '
i humane Irwin. ...... 1 30Uttleltattle engine. Practically no vibra
is 'a
Americans know a :\ .. .. ...... 130 e
'
patriotic gentleman, who did Mm WColMuiin, .". .-. ...... 1 30 tion.. Shifting spark. Runs at + ql
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I'' all in his power to avert this war, ItortJnh Henry Tltua....u. .. .. ....... BOOranl M! any speed. Specially adaptedfor Commissios: .. Iv.Jerohac.:: : : :
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{' which had been halt).. ...... I WHA 4:
Kruger secretly : :: :: .... It inlUrdr auxiliary power SPECIALTIES: : ORANGES AS'D acd our
'tmr.rd.: { GRAPEFRUIT. Cards
preparing for for nearly ten : ::.... ft 00 Stencils
years LViuiU Hilllanl.. .. ...... 5 ro 4 h. p., 3 cylinders, ,i7X: 1'v" r
As for Lord Kitchener it Is unparalleled R MoHunivy 'N .. .. .. .... 4 00 Weight Ittt Ibs. quotations furnished on application.
I.nrv MoHiiruey ... 4 on .
In history that Gen : :: :'
any :::.
Kit MrKnrnev. MM ..
I h. 400.
4
.. 7 p., cylinders - - -
eral has fed his prisoners better "r MiHurney, .. .... /Nl
Kd; Willi....'... .. '.. .... MA Weight, 315 llw.U .
than his own soldiers which is exactly A "'....art.rrliu vrna Ct C, ....:,.... ,. lost Consign Us Your...
what Lord Kitchener is doing. ll'Hmwu, ............. HIT OS : h. p., 4 cylinders, .,600. "

t Every patriotic Briton is proud of On motion the Hoard adjourned to meetI \\'ellb&I.d Iba. I
i I :?:N) a. m., Ores Monday January 1INX2.Ch "
both Mr. Chamberlain and Lord lam prepared to prove that
- Fruits Produce.

Kitchener. Please inform 'R. B.R. **. Keplogle I of Atwater 0., waa In this U the beak marine engine and

.' that Kruger declared war after very bad abape, tie says: "I suffered a on the market. /

having secured the best- artillery treat deal with my kidneys and wa re- .

and the best artillerists In the 'jue ted tu try Foley'a Kldaey Cure. I did GC :E=I... CTAT .T A...OE: REMITANCE3 DAY OF SALE.
'10 and In four days I was able to go to .
world. 'K B. R. evidently does ork again, now I am entirely well." n.X. AGES FRITH I

}j. not know this." WllaoD A Son. Send stamp for catalogue. PALM BEACH, FLA. & CO. .'. Nashville, Ten.

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r.. EHI; ARMSTRONG Eden.Jas. .. Tibbals. Melbourne. GEORGE MARX JOHN MARX.

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:OOODB A nOOIX.-Real Estate and Loans 1VI..A.B. :: 3JHtC>fi3
K. Andrews came down on Saturday Pineapples are being shipped la small Agent for Ktna, London and Liverpool and ,

evening, to remain until Monday quantities by our growers almost everyday Globe Insurance., Provtdeeoe'Special' -Washington. attxiUotl, and paid. Hun to Fit the Wholesale Dealers In
with Ills ;
J family. and are bringing good prices for Interests, of non residents.

Miss Lillian Milton has been missed 'winter shipments GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
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HOTEL CARLETON: -Open the jrnarronml. DaliKbtful ,
by her playmates the past week, hiving J. T. Waters and three sons arrived upot to pond winter or summer. LoCHMHI ------ -
severely sprained her ankle.J. home last Thursday. from a cruise up on high| bluff overlooking the Indian ----- - "

o It. LeTourreau received a carload of Indian River. They report the oystersIn River. Term FRANK moilerat ROVCRTHOX, Proprietor. Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
a lumber last the Narrows as being'eryfat and in
week and Is
In building! a wind,very brake busily around engaged abundance also ducks and curlew In mr: Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.

his grapefruit grove. great quantity. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
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Mr. and Mrs !\ entertainedto received the Melbourne Postofflce.
Goo.Rejter: I
o EVE SPECIALIST. The. It work will be for held tbe Bazaar on Deo.goes 17th steadilyon. In J. an elegant; Thanksgiving dinner the I We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow PARK;

235 W Bay treet, Jacksonville, Fla. II. LeTourneau's packing house. All following guests: Mr. and Mr.n.,, Jennings I Mr. Summer paid a short visit to St. guaranteed; genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Food. We want
are Invited to come. and l.011. Lane Miss Marge Dllltn- Augustine this :week. your Oranges and Vegetables.,: Give us trial and you will be pleased. j I
-- ger, Mr. and Mrs J. T. Waters and
r. It looks as If the F. E. O. :R'y.' Intends Frank Waters. i Last Sunday evening a large congregation MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville, Fla. i
West Palm Beach. to improve tbe road Judging from the attended service at the Congregational nrWe only Sell to Dealers.Georgiana. .
Dr. Ilazlewood of Grand M loh. '
Rapids, ,
splendid new rails and ties that have visitor In last i chinch. __n __________________ __
was n prospective our burg
The United States battleship Alabama been distributed through hero this week. week and wall the guest of J. T, Waters i Mrs. John Goode spent a few days of

., steamed by the Palm Beach pier the.first Last Monday we had a whole -lay of during his stay lime. The Doctor ex I the past week' with her daughter, !Airs. L. LaGrange. i
a of tbe week. pouring down rain. The only ones who pressed himself nn'" being very favorably C. Moore, at Roselaml. -

were beard to complain were the washerwomen Impressed and may return in tbe near Postmaster R W. Goode took to
W. R. Healy retired from the manager who could not get their clothes future. Fort Pierce last Monday. He a trip found Miss Hattie Bower visited! her sister Rev Mr. Black of In ment of Hotel Seminole on Deo. lilt, and Mrs. Jennie Sums, at Courtonay, lust hero on Sunday before good oon rep;"
dry.Miss The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. that thriving town on quite a boom. tions.
the new leasers :Summers: &; Borland took week. ;
Jessie Miller II. Harris in this learn
was one year older place, regret to
possession_ last Monday and celebrated occasion that they have decided not to return The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Young of F. 'V. Lyman and Miss Mary Newel Rev and Mrs W. N. Chnudoln had for

W. II. Spltzer cashier ,of the Dade with a party; which owing to the storm, home In December as they expected but 'again Baltimore coming will rejoice to Melbourne to learn they for the are were out driving with Mr. White Satur their guests over Sunday tho Hev Mr.
County State Bank has his mother and was not quiet the success thai her parties will\ take sn extended trip through Old winter. day mornlug. Black and wife.

, brother with him for the winter. Jay usually are.Archdeacon. Mexico: and California, and will not return Watch the AnvocATB columns allllll'e :
Mr. Walker did not buy Mr. Provolt'sphce !:
Mr. and Mrs.\ Frank
will be In the of before March. Conkllng and baby '
:Spitzer employ AnthonyBros.
:
, what the Tltusvllle merchants have for
Brown was expected here returned to Melbourne last Saturday, aa was reported but bought a place
last Sunday, owing to a belated letter; The residents of this place are delight from Mayport where they have spent from him at Lotus. sale for Christmas and New Year.

Mrs. S.L. Baboock and daughter from which had just been delivered. Fortun- ed to boar that C. B. Gifford, master mechanic several months.'V.T.Wells'. W. B. Ilalnlln and< family of Mel Mr.' and Mrs. B. F. Ives and family !
Chicago reoently purchased a winter ately the mistake was discovered In timeto for the L. &: N. ){'y., at Birmingham ; came for Thanksgiving with have arrived from Philadelphia, much I
cottage on the East eWe from Justice prevent tile Assembling of the congre- Aln., has disposed of his propertyat handsome launch built.by bou&'net Mr and Mrs. up I'age. to the pleasure of their many lends.; I
Root and will arrive 10 a few daya to : gation. that place and ",11110 the near future Sam Martin la finished and Mr. and / '
take possession. They are always wel- erect a dwelling on his pineapple plantar Mrs. Wells can now enjoy many pleasant Dr. Holmes was called down Sunday to News was received here, this week, of i
Miss lloke
come visitors our midst. of Jensen celebrated her tion at this place, and make his future trips nn the river. see Grandma Munson who Is inhering the illness of Mrs. :Mary! Glddons, West l
birthday last Saturday and had croquet home here. with an attack of asthma.F. Palm Iteach. She Is a little bettor at
Miss\ Jessie Goode left
for Jacksonville
Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler arrived party In the afternoon to which Miss this
I. on Monday, and work Is being rushed Beatrice Richards Miss Barbara Miller Mr. and Mrs. F. M Hudson Mr. and last Tuesday, called\ ) there by 11 telegram W. MUIIBOU and E. V. Hall have writing. ,I
forward with all possible haste. Whitehall and Miss Reba LeTourneau of Eden Mrs. J. T..'Vaitel's and Art Saucer were saying; her sister, Mrs. James 'r. Hoog, both been seriously sick for several days Our new postmaster, I,. A.Colemnn,
Is brilliant with lights every night were Invited. entertained at dinner on Sunday last by and two little gills were sick. but are now reported better. took possession of the postotllco on the
and the artistic finishers work until the Mr. and Mrs H. Jennings After dinner 2nd inst. lie has.. opened lu tho store
,
4 Dr L. A. Peek, of bis
Mayport wife
- Nre.IV.F. Richards! entertained the spent ROIl 'I veil.
Symmonds art
"woe sma' hours of night." !Mr.\ Jetiiiings gave his guests a sail to the Capt. owned by Alex. Caililo.Mr. :
Thanksgiving vacation in !Melbourne
Card club on Saturday evening; Mrs. ocean beach on his elegant new launch, I, ; Saturday, and are busy getting comfort.
.
Mr. and Mrs. F.'3. (')app, children and Miller proved herself the champion player whloh he recently purchased of Bessie among old friends. There Is always a ably settled lln the parsonage. It hi plena- anti !Mrs Jerome Fenster 111r.' ...
servants from New York, are at Hotel winning fifteen out of sixteen games. Brotheis, the launch builders. : warm welcome In Melbourne\ for the ant to have them with us ngala. their guests on Sunday, Roy Mr. H' irk
Palms for a few days until their newly Mrs. Curtis will, entertain the. club, next i Doctor, who has a host of friends bere. and wife, !Mr, Kiln Gardner and daughter
Dr. Wlttfeld and A. B. Carter aro receiving -
purchased home north of town Is readyfor Saturday evening, at the Netherby. i took mini F. M. Wooten of Tutnbull
Claude Beanjonn n Jolly party
J. W. Bryan of Lowder, Ills., writes: strictly fancy prices for tile beans
them. Mr. and Mrs. Clapp are enthusiastic Mrs. J. Bachus of Jensen entertained "My little boy was very low with pneu ,last Tuesday, for a Rl\lIlu tho yacht Ida\ Ihey are shipping now They are selling Christmas Is coming, nnd pinpnrnllons ;
over the climate and locationof the point lacers last Saturday afternoon. monia. Unknown to tho doctor we gave May to Bay view, where they visited l the for *8 per crate throo-quartere of 11'' are being made for the usual line hoe.

West Palm Beach. There was much work accomplished,-as him Foley's Honey and Tar. The result I DeVinne pineapple plantation then took bushel a crate. and program to match. We are exprot-

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mauldln are again there remains several Christmas presents was magical and pllz7.1el-the doctor as a stroll to the ocean beach to gather .:._______ I Ing u big crowd bore on Christmas Eva; t tAunt

among the "annuals" to locate at the to be finished, and the ladles have some i It Immediately stopped the rt&cklnJteoujth; shells. In the Plu'tyYero the !MexditnirsHpencor C. 'V. Lynch Winchester, Iml., writes: I Nettlo Feaster left, Saturday, I
' Hotel Palms from Dillon Montana. Mr. tall hustling to do to get them done. aodhcquicklyrocuvetd l. Wllsou &: Sou. Heron and Uruster and Messrs. Honey r
) II. II. Spencer and Heron. They "I owe the life of my boy to Foloy's foia vUlt to her daughter: I\Ird. M.iry
Maiildin Is a veritable Jzitak Walton. He The pleasant weather tempts many fine time repumta and Tar. He had membiamniH croup, Anderson! of Stuart We shall all miss i
can catch fish at any time. When the people from their homes Sunday morn- and the first dose gave him relief. We her genial. countenance, anti hope her I
Fort Pierce.
I notable trio: Maul in; Ballard and Coleman Ings of late and none appreciate It mote Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wainwright/ of continued Its II|lie and I Itsnon brought him visit will be short but pleasant onO).
start out with tboir linos and Waukegan, III., and their valuable Tabby
poles, / out of danger. It. It. Wilson .'? Son.
than Rev I,. J. Sawyer who has had
Mr and Mrs. Jnko Mendel 1 and baby ,
gaffs, there are not many fish left for any (a pretty black cat) aro among Melbourne' -
one else. only the "faithful few" to hold up his Moretnn Murray of !Marx\ Bros, Jacksonville tourists this winter. We understand I are visiting III r. Mendel's patents. 'Thou< I

The of tbe venerable Jos- hands during all the bad weather. Ills was In town last week. this oat has been I brought; to Florida Indianola. 'pleasant people Hie ou their way to t

Jefferson appearance streets sermons are worth going a long distance The Thanksgiving dance at Cartcton's on account of poor health and traveled Pun'to Rloo, where they expect to maketheir I
eph on our again! gives to hear.
everyone new eneigy. Ills unbounded ball wits thoroughly enjoyed by tho devotees In n palaco cur us a first class pas future Inline.! They will probably, !

faith in West Palm Beach Is refreshing; W. F. Richards Is still In New York of Terplnchoio. The 111,1III\ said senger. We trust our Florida balmy air 8. J. Field has commenced. shipping sail from New York.Thanksgiving "

to property holders at, least and his and as one friend puts It, "18 getting bin to be the liiigoiit on the River and the may benefit this pet of the Witlnwrlglits. tangerine oranges : exercises were held ftt

plans fur not only one building, but two fill\ of good fresh air." Just think of floor lovely. Quite a number of ladles Last Thursday evening the King's .1. M I'MoM him rcntii) his cDttngt to the Mfliool-hoiiH\ on the Frl.lny"'nre f

I, or three are In the air, and plant for fresh air cooled l down below the twen- wero up from Ankona. Daughters gave a social Thanksgiving Mr. Cole and family of Troj, N, Y. ThnnksKlvIni l Iay, The children. hudprepattMl
ties. It makes shiver to think of It.
another threo-story block are already us dinner Hotel it Interesting And
The Neville boarding house was burned at Carleton. The dining very appro-
drawn. Emphatically we his Another of our absentees writes: "I am and A onrloiul of orange crates hits Genii 'palate I of bible I
r repeat to the ground /Saturday:: evening at 4 room parlors were prettily decorated programme consisting
toast: "May you live long; and prosper." nearly frozen. I did" not remember how o'clock. The bouse and. furniture was with flo""ers. moss and palms. Tho ordered for the orange growers of I Indlauoln. versus recitations, and songs. There

!Mrs. Geo. II. Maltby planned a very cold cold could be. fully Insured, but the amount of lose tables were, the center of attraction, with . were quite a number of our townspeople

pleasant surprise, last Monday: evening Our school children's efforts to preserve sustained by the proprietors, Mrs. W. 'r. their dainty linen, beautiful (lowers nnd Between 3f\OO< and 40,000() () fans, or palmetto 1- present. !
G for Mr. Maltby, It being his 00th birth their library have resulted very saUnf.iotorlly. Il.irbln and Mrs Amy A. Hartwas, con pretty young; lady waiters Those In leave' have bnen out this fall for

day. Gentlemen friends to the number They received, last week a love- 'siderable. Mis. S. .\.. Bell, mother of waiting were: the Misses Alice ,and covering over the pineapple sheds, 1t19AL KSTATI: FUn MALI:.
of sixteen were Invited and aa one by ly Wernicke sectional bookcase, four sections Mrs. Harbin lost nearly.all\ of her cloth Mollle Nicholson, Morel Jessie
WIIIIl\mMJ
I. one they appeared Mr. Maltby showed and are now busily engaged in ing and household goods Mrs. Hart Is Goode and Mattiellrown by the J. R. Field has a fine hammock groveof -
,
signs of being somewhat! nervous, at such hunting for their books which have be- to be pi tiled, she being a widow with Mesdames Snedeker Nicholson and sweet lIee.11I0jt-ono) of the finest In A. Administrators of the Estate of
I. an unexpected Interest In his birthday.The come scatteied. Anyone who happens two small children to support, and no Ellis. Mr.; and Mrs. Robertson kindly neighborhood and It Is nn unqualified William Treutler deceased We otter'
evening was delightfully spent; refreshments to have one of them will confer a favor means, tin earth of gaining a IIvllboOO.eace pave; the use of the hotel for the evening. pleasure to walk through It. The workof pi.I vale sale tho following described Real ,
were served, and then an all by sending It to tbe school bouse. t by her two small\ hands. Mrs. All repotted a,good time. picking; and shipping/ has commenced. E'tate, belonging to said Estato: ;

around good smoke was indulged In; ex- Thanksgiving was observed very generally Bevllle the owner will receive the Insurance We are pained to learn of the death No. 1. Sold. ;

pet lenoes of former days talked of, and by our people. Mrs, Saunders hada of the efficient, agent Mr. Goode. A cold cough or la grippe can bd "nip Monday night of our mall carrier. Mr. No. 2. All of SI of NEr, !Section 21.
In the have been
I plans for the future. All, on leaving, dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. The people community ped In the bud' with a dose or two of Fred Whltlock of Courtonay alor.n Township: South Range !I7 East covered
wished the host many many returns of Schuyler entertained a large party. Mr. very generous; to Mrs. Hart and her two Fuley's Honey' and Tar. Beware of sub Illness of only four or lye days.' All\ with ..atsr. !lying In said Kan: Oallle
children. donations from those who
the day.A and !Mrs. Mllton'had a dinner party at Any, stltutos. B It. Wilson A Son. Indlnnola extends sincere sympathy to River and Eau Oullle Bay containing
are blessed with the good things of thin
rather novel, but still not a new Idea tbe "Old Homestead," and Capt and life will be gratefully received. Among tbe famU,. about HO acres), more or less.

of celebrating Thanksgiving; was carried Mrs. Richards entertained twenty-three those, who distinguished themselves for We had a much needed rain Monday No. 8. Sold.No. l.

out by Mesdames M ddock, Dimick and at.dlonr. There were many evening bravery in protecting and saving from Lotus. which was, Indeed a. boon to all truckers 4. That portion of 8Wlf, Section 4
Stone. Friends were Invited to come to gatherings, at which games were played the flames the adjacent buildings and gardeners, as the fall has been so Township 27 Mouth Range :37 East, I
! the Hibiscus hotel and bring their din and general Jollity and good nature was Capt. Ben Hogg Rube Carlton were Jeter T. G. Ronald returned on the latter very dry and cold that the gardens; have commencing at a point 3711( feet Went from J
" ners with them, and all Join 10..a family every where apparent. made but a slow growth and now that Section linens
Northeast
Lane and Person Paddlson and many part of last week, from a hunt on the !St.: corner post on >4
plcnio. Between fifty and sixty people, Tbe good work ot shelling the road others. The wind was asleep or else the Johns. the winter residents and tourists are aforesaid and 00 feet South of said X

counting; the children, sat down to tables still goes on, and there Is much talk greedy demon would nave destroyedmore Another !light frost, on Sunday mornIng coming In; there Is !great need of frssh Section line for a stalling point,' thencerun

loaded with the usual Thanksgiving turkey among the small people about bicycles than It did. Some of the boarders ;, but, however did not do much vegetables. South .12 feet thence East 101) feet,
salads, relishes and countless side and, as Santa Claus will soon be about lost everything;.they possessed whloh Is damage. i thence South 420 feet, thence West to
dishes, mince pumpkin, cocoanut and Mr. fireman Section lino, thence North :528 ft, thence
he Is expected to bring bicycles to those greatly deplored. Tucker,a Editor Lynobof Dally Post Pellllps-
apple plea, supplemented with cheese, who have none, tires for the wheels that on the road bay asleep up stairs and he MIssWIIIIetto Forest spent from Wed- burg;, N. J., has tasted the merits of Fo. East '717 feet mote or less too point 100
coffee, crackers oranges. bananas and have tired out, new saddles, handle bars barely escapsed. The stairs was burned nesday till Sunday of last week with her ley's Honey and Tar with this result I "I feet West of Southwest. corner of plat of
pineapples. The dining room was very lacing cords etc., for other decrepit away and he was nearly suffocated when father at Malabar. have used a great many patent medicinesla Sarno thence Honth 1RO feet, thence

attractively decorated with palms, hibiscus wheels. Ills automobile will be loaded he awoke He escaped through; window U. D. Provost had ten crates of beansto my famlllrs for coughs and colds and East 750 feet to West side of V, E. V.Hall..ay I

and vines and the American flag lathe down and the grown people will have to and reached the ground la safety, net (73.00-not bad for a small bean loan honestly say your Honey and Tar right of-wsy, thence North on
was prominent throughout the room. be contented with some old home made patch In scrub soil Is the best thing of the kind I bave ever West side of F. E. C. Railway rightofway
center of the dining room on a table cakes and oranges in their stocking as used and I cannot say too much In praise 00 feet thence East to point of beginning I
was an overturned baaket of fruits and likely as not. Stepped Into LIve Coals. Miss Georgia Capron arrived, Saturday of It." B. R. Wilson A Son. : :, excepting railroad right-of-way/: ,
flowers, which, In Itself wee a picture as "When a child I burned my foot frightfully night, from Jacksonville where she bad through said l fund. Containing about 26

well as a feast. The ladlea were untiring 'TO STOP A COL'D-After ," writes W. II. Eads, of Jonesvllle, been stopping a few days acres Including the County road This
In their attentions to serve all with the exposure Va "which caused horrible leg for Rockledge. tract has a young grove of 600 or 000
dsocl.blllty or when you feel a oold coming on take a sores J. Allen Booth, of Qulncy, passed
s good; things that had been provided a It and artesian well etc.
trees
:HO yearn but Bucklen's Arnica Salve on an ,
Senator dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. It never through here Monday night, to look -
reigned supreme. fails to stop a cold If taken la time. B. wholly cured me after every Ing else fail after his Interest at Biantley.S. No. O. Begin/: at Southeast corner of
Dimick and Dr. Hood presided at the R. Wilson & Son. ed.1'. Infallible for burns, scalds, outs, Mr. and Mrs. Averlll\ of Madison WI., lot now, or formerly owned by J. It. liar "
ends of the table and social repartee was sores, bruises and piles. Sold by B. It. A. Osteen killed the cow belongingto are once more cosily settled la them win neon, thence run South: across Elbow e '
- the order of the boar. Most of the families Wilson & /Son:: 25cts.: Mrs. Fish at Georgians! and furnished ter cottage In Soup Rocklvdge. creek: to North boundary of land belong- \ '
on the East side were represented, the. with fine beef t 1
neighbors some extra
Stuart.Rain log to Wm. Treutler thence East along
Haddock Dlmick Root Mo- I Miss Louise M.< l Pow, art Instructor
including ,
Hood Brelsford Dorr Ryman W. Blsber has five crates of beans to la Well' ('ollellAurora.N.. Y., Is expected \fi Section line which Is the North boundary v vof
Farland Olney.
I the of Wm.Treutler's land to North bank
sell for U.50 per orate. He shipped 34 to spend holidays at her place
Spencer, Ilindry Stone and Tuzo, Living-others. poured down la torrents here, on t crates last week, and now says he wantsa here Elbow creek thence West along bunjt: _r 9+
stone, Reese Slnsley many Monday. x bras band around his head. I- of said creek to point of beginning: / being: OIn
From the West side, were Mr., and Mrs. I R. E. McLaughlin Is now at home and Mr. and Mrs. L. W Batten fleM. ., of Section :21, Township 27 South, Rung \ .
T. M. McRae called merchants \
.. Mathews, Mrs and .MUs\ Illndry, Dr. and on our slowly convalescing Delaware .Ohio, arrived this week, to U7 East. This land Is covered with the
II.
Mrs. N. S. Burnham Miss Smith and Wednesday., the winter usual their I. .
at
South Rockledge. spend as pretty waters of the creek. j,
Mr. Streely A. Hair, of Ft. Drum visited ,
i others whose names could not be ascertained. n. C. Olsen has arrived from Palm : home on Barton avenue.
I After two boors at the festive Beach, and will live here la the future. his brother Ollfonl Hair, last week. .- No. 0. Part of sub-dlvisdon! of Lot 21, t
f'I board the to tbe P. B. Suarez wbo was clerk ,,at the Houston's addition to Eau (Oallle corner
guests repaired large Stypman and George McPherson McLaughlin Brothers have commenced J. S. Coats Is shipping his oranges; at Ulyer
Hy.
Hotel Indian last season arrived of Houston street and street through the
,
hall, and the children played games accompanied and 27 boxes.Tbur.day. this week.
picking shipped LaGrange
have courting 'this week down oranges, ,
by music with Mrs. Reese at gone tbe first of the week to sccept a similar Roosch addition fronting 100 feet. oa
the piano and a Joyous time was had. Miami way.Stanley We bad a good rain Monday reviving position with tbe New liookledge hotel. Houston street j
Swain at several
Later In the afternoon, tea and cake was Kltoblng returned home Pun- days Morgan the week was..unelnlanJ Olney/ forE vegetation which was mi fieri ng badly. Oranges here are very highly colored, No. 7. Commence about 0 chains 35
several past
served and the evening was taken up day evening after. spending daysIn L. McLaughlin and other parties.Mr. Mrs H. E. Watson of Waycross, 0., though still somewhat acid, and a few links West from Northeast corner of
with music and social chats. Altogether Sebastian. Is visiting her uncle, O. B. Magruder.! shipments going; toward. The bulk Section 2O, on Section line between Seo-
It was a day long to be remembered, and Wm. JarvU, was here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgett and baby of the crop however', Is being held until lions IT and 20, run WestO chains 13 links,
the ladles certainly deserve great praise Jarvis has charge of Mr. Joe Jefferson's Roy, went to Lake View, last Wednesday Miss Sallie Magruder and a party of after tbe holidays.The thence South JO chains 64 links, thence
for the remarkably hospitable manner In launch tbe Marion. and returned the following day.A relatives were calling on friends tbe first South((10 degrees: seconds East: cMlns
and served. of the week. Plaza hotel has Informally opened to Eau Onllle River thence follow the
which
received
was Fannie Parks from
Nep-
everyone Miss came up good; many of our people are suffering -
its doors to the the real
public though
tune and spent. Thanksgiving with her with la grippe. It has "lI'oo<"grip"on Mrs. Coats has long been noted as a opening will not take ;until after shore of Eau; Oallle Over in an Easterly:"

Half tbe world is In darkness as to tbe parents here. some, and seems Inclined.to bold on awhile good Usher, but she broke all previous the holidays. One of the place attractions. of direction to a point due South from place
cause of tbelr ill health and iLey doctor Miss Wilson, our school teacher re longer. records on Jo'rl 1 for about everything except the right turned from West Palm Beach !Monday\ bran new" salt, mane, boom and gall; atone cliestra. beginning containing; acres more orless
Arthur C. f'oril passed through here the
and known Kltotiell
thing, and that. is the stomach. Nearlyall and resumed duty at her school haul. as place.
j lat Saturday:: and exhibited views of the The month of November will of Township
on No. 8. NE>. Suction
kind of Illness originate in the stem go 28
; W. T. Lane will the Worlds Fair and Graphophonv exhibitions flee W. P*>'tee and wife, of New" York, "
Rev. pul-
ach. Take Dr. Loyal Ford's Dyspeptl- occupy record. the coldest and dryest ever ex. :27 South Range I7 East, containing 10(1( i
have taken at M. C. Salmon's for
tbe Methodist church here next at the school house, Saturday rooms
at ,
clde and got omach working prop pit perlenced ou Indian Klver. A fine rain acres, less railroad rightofway.No. .
Sunday school at 10 a. Be evening. Quite a crowd was present the winter. Mr. Pettee traveling; salesman
Sunday. m. ; of four hours' duration broke the )long >
erly. B.K. Wilson & Son. 0. N W>. of Section 21 Township
( ,
for large out establishment
glass
and all said felt well for at- a
to be on time.T. they paid
sure I tending It. at Corning N. Y. drought on Deo. 2nd but the weather I. 27 South Range; 37 East.. containing ICO )
, W. Anderson has purchased Gordon still cool, yet. most delightful. acres, less railroad right-of-way
Roseland.The Mr. and Mrs. Averlll arrived at their
Parks' interest in the Woodward & Park
No. )IOC 42 flO-IO acres, less railroad
pineapple plantation. Tbe firm name Seven Venn In Jletl. beautiful home. :Monday, after spending: A, Raging, Roaring Flood, rightof-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of
- prospects for having the Inlet will\ hereafter be known as Woodward", & tbe summer in Buffalo Wisconsin, Utah, NSU-i NWl Section 5 Township 27
"Wlllwooders ever cease" ? Inquire the and California. They that other Washed down a telegraph; line which pf ., ,
opened at this point, are now very good. Anderson, Mends of Mrs. L. Pease of Lawrence place they have seen does say not any compare Chas. C. Kills, of Lisbon, Ia,, had to re Houth, Range 37 East; known as J. L.Stewart i''

'V. P Underwood left,Saturday mornIng Joe Jefferson arrived here Sunday and Kan. They knew she bad been unable with Indian River. pair. "Standing waist deep In Icy water" place.
via launch, for Melbourne on bustles stayed over Monday' stopping Dan- to leave her bed In seven years on account he write., "gave ma. terrible cold and Nn. 11.: Lot 17 and Iii. block 4, Tows
returning Sunday morning fortb's hotel, and leaving on his launch. of kidney and liver trouble, nervous cangh. It grew worse dall,. Finally the of Ran Oallle.
,
Poor Millionaire
the Marion for his home at Hobe Hound. prostration and general; dellllt ; A best doctor In Oakland, Neb., Hloux No. 12. Lot 1, block I, Town of KanOallle.
The lighter; used as a ferry-boat has Tuesday stopping en route Santa Lu- Three bottles of Electric!: Bitters enable Lately starved llo London because he City and Omaha said I had consumption Quit claim deed for thls.only- ,
got; to leaking so badly I) that. it is to be cia Inlet for a few hours' fishing. me to walk," she writes, "and In three could not digest his food. Early use of sod could' not live. Then I began using held under Tax: Title.

towed to Paul Kroegal's place for repairs.I months I felt like new person." Women Dr. King's New Life Pills would' 1 have Dr King's New Discovery and was For prices anti terms address,
C. Moore Is to tow It down. Satisfied people are the) best advertisers suffering from headache backache, nervonsneas saved him. They strengthen the stomach, wholly cured by six Positively i
JONES
and W. II.
Mrs. U. D. Ruffner and Miss Jennie for Foley's Honey and Tar and all sleeplessness,melancholyfaint- aid digestion promote assimilation. Improve guaranteed. for coughs; colds and all F. A. MORGAN ;
Underwood have been suffering from who use it agree that it Is a splendid leg and dizzy spells will And it. a priceless sppetl tee Price 73jts. Money back throat and lung troubles by B. R. Wilson As Administrators of the Estate of Wm. '': + 3

malarial fever. )[ra. Raffoer was quite I remedy for coughs, colds or sore lunge blessing. Try 1C. Satisfaction is guar If not satisfied. Hold by B. It. Wilson &: & Son. Price QOcts and '1. Trial bottles Treutler, deceased.

, low. Both are now out of danger. B. R. Wilson &: Son. anteed. Wilson: Son. Only COcu. Son,druggist.: free. Tltusvllle, Florida





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I tire with oy an the vnicies weight carried.tae WICUD increasing The Seaboard Air Line Railwaj Y

: Biliousness The more a road Is used by vehiclesso

P equipped the better It will become

i4 especially If the surface U not rough

ened by the feet of horses struggling to t. VESTIBULED
I "I hay. OMd valuable CABCA Capital City
your drag their loads steep hills, Route
up ,
BETS and Und them per'''''' Coulda't do
!I'' 'Wltbou'tb"m. I have used thorn far lorn*time It has been demonstrated In Massachusetts I' IIMITEb .
"/ for ndlgeetlonsndblllouenesundsmnowaom> and Sew Jersey that the farmer
I pletely cured. Keoommond them to every once The Shortest Route.
.uaoe tried, you will mover be without them la Is the friend of good roads If some
j 1 I 4be'amU,.'' Kvw. A. MARX:, Albany,M. T.I one will show him bow to build them # l , TRAINS

/rt I CANDY and help to pay for them. There should DAilY SERVICE The Best Una

, be national and state aid, for the country .1/f Ml -' DOUBLE
CATHARTIC
\ 1 and state. well as the local communities k r f Double Daily Service-Including Sunday to . .

I Ifj have use for the roads and c SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND
should their share In creating and '
pay
fj
PHILADELPHIA
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, NEW YORK,
maintaining them. The first move
I SADI MMN aenersaasPlesotnl WITtI THROUGH PULMAN: SLEEPER.
! should be la the direction of cooperation

1 The second should be the formation Only line operating. daily through Pullman Car Service Jackson vllle to New Orleani

of a practical system capable of For further information write..

Palatabla, .......... Tub Good. Do expanding:; and taking In the entire Pass Jacksonville
-
-flood,Nwr Blo.... wak....or (,1.1..100-.600.. A. 0. MAID JND LLAAast. Gen. .gt. Florida,
.... CURB CONSTIPATION. .. country. In this way we might create '? ,, R. E. L. BUNCH,

w.....n..wr r:.__... 1'10.' ......"'-0 t..rwi. NId a System of national highways such as I. V. P. & G. M., Gen. Pass. Agt.

d I .10.TO.D.0 Bold aDd.IIII"nt I .a.o "".&'J'o aoooU.bl&; To secure co-ordination and a harmonious -
--
system when completed the work --=

/ ; Free and must, of course, be guided by; federal i . Dixie Flyer Route .

Accented Masons. officers.

No Investment could be safer for the Double dally train, with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET CAN
4 . Tri-Weekly Sailings . ,
United States
government than aidingthe -Tbroulth without change-

II Improvement of public roads, which JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. LOUIS.

Indian ,(1 No. 90Titnavllle add so materially to the wealth of a BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. -Close connections made In Union Depots for-

Rlvor i country, and this may lead up to the Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and all polntl_West and Northwest
,
construction of a great national high Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Be sure that your ticket reads via -

Lfxlge. r \ Florida. way across the continent. Such a road WESTERN & ATLANTIC RAILROAD and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA
/Hold lutuie.tlnitit the imond and fourth Frl should be an object lesson and have a The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
ench month, ai tile lute Tltiu
mills, at 7:310 i l o'nlunk p. in.Ooo. Armory beneficial Influence by encouraging Intercourse For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to.,.
W.HiHJliio. Womlilpful Master between different sections of The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. T. M..DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville Fla.

f't Ml I.*U.. Hnhuyler Walker,Senior Junior Warden.Warden. the country. Direct Service Between C. E. HARMAN, Gen Pass Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager.

Convict labor --- -- Atlanta Ga. Na.hvllle, Tenn.
' I o. jn. j>ixou i.F. r+asurer. might be used to advantage

't J..A.A.Hughes Morgan,,Chaplain.J. Huomtary. In enlarging and Improving our Jacksonville$ Boston, Providence and all Eastern PoInts. .-

r . I.. Cnrruther. Son lor Doaoon. road system since this would give theconvicts
Charleston 8. 0. both
M. (Calling at; ways)
i w. Wiwdwnid,Junior Doaoon.
.useful
occupation and- In
. J. II. Rflnlor
Hnreven Btewanl. BKMI-WKEKLY SAILINGS.
C. II. Walton Junior Steward. whichthey .would not- compete with. RouthUmnd.."'................ .. .....or................ ..?.........from Lewis Wharf Boston pLANT SYSTEM
..
& .Ie.11111. ,Jr.,Tyler. honest labor.However. Northbound..m foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville

i ... .. .- .... In connection with automo- . .

.HELPS ROAD CAUSE. blllog we always come back to the Clyde St. Johns River Line.
( question of good roads on which automobiles The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: :
: ....: (DeBary Line)
I -- depend. so that In the develop-
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. To the East via all ran. The Atlantlo Coast Line, via Charleston Richmond
I : EF.CT, OF THE AUTOMOBILE ON ment of automoblllng In the countryat and The Southern Railway via Savannah
Washington. Columbia
large the road builder Is as Important Stopping'st Palatka, Aitor, Bt. rrancln, Uaretford (DeLand), Blue Spring! and intermediate land
I HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT. tags on the St.....ba..Kiner. and Washington _
a factor as the electrician or engi "
I veer STEAMER VCIty of Jacksonville. To the West The Southern R'y via Jesup Atlanta and Cbattanoogo. ThoLi

i : Hw nnd Slrotior Factor Added .o.ForocB i if OAPT. W. A. SHAW. N, via Montgomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah, Columbia

AVorklnar In This Ulr.. lom.mishear IS APPOINTED TO BAIL AA FOLLOWS and'Asheville. The MAO: R'y via Montgomery.;
f QTabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment has Leave Jack on"me 8:30: p. m., Sunday,Tumdayi and Tim r-ilays.
Should Be Level end been thoroughly tested for Leave Sanford aS10a.mMonday..edne.dsyeand. Frldayi. To the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean 8 :3 Co., for New Tort
.... many years, Southbound :IUad down BOHKUULK. Northbound; Read Savannah
.11110.., and Is for this distressing up. Philadelphia and Boston via : and Merchants A Miners
a posinlve oure most Leave S'SOpm.: ,.,.....-.........,Jaok..n"llIe..Al'rl"e 2:00am.: for Baltimore.To .
'The automobile la so natural an evo- land. embarrassing of troubles. .. 845pu: ....,...............1'alatka.. .... ............ Leave 8Uflpm. Transportation Company
Prloo filtcts In bottles; tudes 7Sots. B. : 8aesm: ....... .......... .. Aator ... .... ...... .. 2:.10 piu. Key Went and Havana, via Fort Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamship'
, 'Intlon and fills such a long felt want R.jWl1son.l: Son 4:UK am............ .86. Frannie. ..."" ..... 1 : ,'tlmt there can be no question as to Its | : . ..........Berotord (DeLand))............, .> III,110 lI'n. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and CharlottestowlloXN'TEB.
600am..................Itltae Hurlngi' ............. .. II :(XI am.
, 'career! nay John Jacob Astor In Pitts- Arrive 8.80am: .....,......? '....Banfonl ............ .. .. 5:30 sin.Cen'I .
( .. Rid or Wa....
I
, : burg Dispatch. Every Improvement If the surface of the roadway Is Passenger and Ticket OffIce, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. "V TO'lJ"3l.XSTS TXOBETS::

kin trannportatlon- a distinct gain properly formed, and kept smooth the will be on sale throughout the Northern,'Eastern, Western and Southern Stateito
.. ,.
and ever duce the aborigine found water will tIP shed Into the side ditches C.HAOBRTT Kaafn 1U Slate. St.Agt., New York M.IKONMONflKU 204 West Hay JR.St., ,Fla..; Pans. Ir..FI.. all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the Benson of 10U1-1002,lim

that the earth would bear part of Its and do comparatively little! harm but THOS. D. HALEY tonal .....'phtApent.: : I I.I 0. P. LOYKLL: AHSt. Fla. Su too ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover prlvlledftes in Florida.
foot HOKan It .Juckeonville,Fla. I Foot Hogan 't.' Jacknonvllle,Fla. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be IIberallY8upo
burden If ho dragged Instead of carried If It remalni upon the surface It will\ JOHN. HOWARD, Superintendent, Foot Hogan Jacksonville.. Fla.
with Information and handsome
THEO. O. General WM. F CLVDH CO.. General piled advertising matter.
I It has been going on. be absorbed and convert the Toad Into JOOKU. Manager. Agent
, : Improvement .. Che.ebrougb: Building IB State St.,Opposite Battery Park, New York '
mud. If all ruts depressions and mud- > ( For information as to rates, sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to
The\ automobile will undoubtedly do C. WALTON.. Agent, Tltuaville Fla.
more for good roads than all other factors boles are not filled as soon as they appear F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger/ Agent.

co'mblned. because while bringing they will retain the water upon txu r" 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,

health and pleasure to those using It gradually the surface soaking to be Into removed the roadbed only and by Florida East Coast B. v/V.: WrGnn Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Oa.

tor enjoyment It will be a great convenience I by slowly evaporating, and each pass' Ry. W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent, Savannah, Ga.Southern .
to the business man and will Increase log wheel or hoof will help to destroythe
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the profit of the farmer so that : road. AH Inequalities of the surface -
Time Table Mo. 85. In "Effect Sept. 1, 1001.
., All these will hare a common Interest the depressions! and the mud-

in extending Its sphere and In provid holes are caused by water softeningthe SOUTH BOVID IR..ad Down) (Read Up) NORTH BOUND.

must have to give good is.snitsthnt roadbed. A hard road cannot be ."u.lllloo.jjjI .,
u. Nu ;$ o.32 INo.l: : bI
la, good roads. made out of soft mud and no amountof I.L4 Dally DaIV Dully STATIONS. Dally Dally Daily .........
ttu .
I r31 ex .
/Au
; To produce u practical country road labor and machinery will make an I4 ... ... .. 0 td ,
c fOOPl000a L".J..ok.nnYiU. ..... .Ar 7001'' r.: :
;the location. If It la a new rood. Is the earth road Hint w It stay good unless .....!.. p .. ....So .1lock.-oovtU..Lv 6112" ...... H: t'1r
first consideration. Avoid hills an adequate plan I Is adopted to get rid ...... 916p lice" ........ tln.: AnItUNtlD..... ..., IIl10p ...... .-4 O: O:
steep ...... 641\1' It 47& ......... Hnstlnaa .....,...... a lop .... .
for two reasons. A steep hill reduces of the water. Water I card to confine/ A .... r-o ...... Tup 0111' .. ......',.lCaMt PoJ.tk.......... 4/IMJI/ ....:. p t iP4
the possible load and makes the umlnleuauco and easy to let loose. It Is always "'" ...... A4p ... ...... NOOGlea ............. .". Sup 852S.: ....... Q 0:
...... 7/.p1262p": "...... ...Bunnells-.. .... .. 4Pp .......
expensive on account of wash seeking a rhnnco to run down bill. Z. rz1 L.i1.14 6'.p .. '.......:.... DulJOnt..,......'.. 4 Wp, ...... Joo3cn" c:; Railway
rala. Q .. Stop] 12hp ...........lIl'lUnnd... tlWip ...... ..... H. S
Six to
during :
ing every heavy 1Sot.,. lillUll sip ............D.'too.....;...... 824 . . t1j'l .....
eight feet of elevation to l'veryl00 feet 114<1)1), I4ip .........Por' OI'.nR. ...... ... 31p II al8 ...... 11"
HOME 0 69'f),; gwp ... ..... bI..
: llOua
9mp l6/jp gasp .
: of length la about as steep as a hill 6 63a .. .. IlOOp" ".:.:......OeIcHlil............ to 2 Sup ..... 200p Nd O:
should be and a uniform standard of O: 8Woo..... 80.\1' .". ............ TltYiU............ .". 1/M11' 18111' O: ... .-....
Eo4 .... ...... 11.,1\, . I p'l "" !s.1
only B per cent Is much better.Next ANDCHILD I ..... \ .::..Rock..d em.tunutlon::::. 1 .. .
J \ I .... ...... C DIRECT L..I1-QUICK TUVfB TO
as In Importance to easy grades isstraightness. .... <:) ...... .. ......... .Rau 1i..1II. .,'...... .. 1:1: ......... . O:
: The line ers ..... ..........1Neliwuro.! "........... .. .... ...... pq SIoOI S-- Washington
straight being O .. Baltimore. Pbll.a4t1pbJ"
....... ... Mebastian........... ... ...... O: N... tD ,
.840p .. .. limp..
; the shortest distance between two ..Fa. ., .. .. ::.:.;;. .8' L..OI" .. .. 11 ...... ...... hI- lira York. fblC41iO. Cincinnati,
should Ik1 .. .. ,.........FortPieroe..a. .. 11 ...... ...... :
the road to "
points engineer see U .. OA Lculspil!
IX: .............Tlbbal.......... lU .. ...... aDIS Ntlaata' Dl mlapham.
I Its application. When the alignment Is ...... ..... e .............K.ten...........;;. .. 10 I .....: t.2j'b x Ebtlr..oog.1. flfy.
Eo4 ttitrnbis $t. Loris
decided fill all low and soft placed Does horse "feel hisoats" ?' ...... .....Slap. ". ..........._.1..n..o.,........ 1Ur.: .. ... ,b t.j: (t::=' ,. xaiuas
I your Ill C, .... ...... Soap! ....... . tlr."I". ........ ldl'a.,.. AND
with such surface stones as the country {fl ...... ...... r 14p ..........Bob. Round':........ 0 41'n ...:. :. H: x dO ALL POINTS EAST AND WEST.
I traversed After this spread ? What a difference- z' Z .... ...... 72hp .........W.., Jupiter. ...... to 11.11. .... t.2j tf: pa
possesses. : r-4 ...... ...... 711Tp .......West Palm Bosch...... 11-.. .. _; ....
I About six Inches of broken atone Ifyou the :I O: ...... ...... 11111' ...........80'0'.......... ..... .. llilba ,.'. t3C -, ';'t NO OTHBR UllNB APPO DS ABRVICB LIKB TBI'
have a stone crusher nearly flat tween grain-fed and the c E-4 ...... ...... 8UOp ......... ...O'I..y............., 8/11": . ..... tdcI ;
...... ..... IIUp" .......Farb L.u erd.l......... 7 the ....... lxj:I THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESS
the width of t'/vd. sprinkle It thoroughly .
over horse ably .Lemon C Ity..
e with a watering cart mountedon grass-fed i The 'first s..1 :::::: :::::'1006 Ar.::::::::. ,Miami...: :::::::.Lv ==.::::: ::: :: td; ) AND THE. U. 8. FAST 'MAIL?

,i tires eight inches wide and roll strong and full of ginger, the tin flat r*rior V.u. uii I'ruiu 33 Mud 7$: .
To the
Boat ;and .North.: ,
l' MoiliN s. OI u ..o No.Ill No.1i No.JU, ( ,
, second flabby, weak and tired a.und Bund Dally Dally MATPORT BRANCH.Ar Daily J Dally Bun
JI Orl ly Only i iToop Mu ?i? THE CINCINNATI & FLORIDA LIMITED

t out before he begins. The ISTua "e"BpMpliaUal L".J.ku.m.... .......... .A 1' "' TT4 r -...... To '
i,; -( 11211 t>l I 88da ..........._.80. .1.... .GaYiU............... r ; IlI'1p 122'lp ...... the W.at and Nort..W'Mi*,
I makes the difference. . .. ... ..... .I ......
feeding glue' . Pablo Be.nh..r.. 7 \ SOSp llfiOa
, 14CtIIOMalYonp| Ite .. ...............wtl. utio Bcaoh...... .. ...... .. Soup 11..>. ...... The line through "The Land of the Sky," Asheville, Hot
Children are not alike either: l omiaTioa! . . . .. .. .....llantort .. .. .... ..L. M.ia441-cllAUa...... Springs; N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In the

u.e.'..... .. nuuLww, +....."' vu... PALATKA: BRANCH bu.. L'o4, , ....._. .u14 No Ad World. Through Sleeping Can from 'Jacksonville to
One i is rosy, bright-eyed, full DullT IMtl Datly 1).U Dilly Dail D.IIy. Dilly Dail >..IiJ Dully Dally"fSp
T 1IUp' 13Ap 18'W Ii lllla T_ Lv.. .Falatka ....Ar I I TaBa T KtaAr U> A'.p l un" 1 *)T> Asheville and Hot Springs North Carolina.
of life and laughter, another is TIk 'IA \> 4apIleiplIMa IIJIAa. :..Xaa: Palatka..l.v I A l"ia> 70.ei2u5p| : its/n ftuupNo.67Ho. 7 ..AYAN

pale, weak and dull. The feed DailylDallyTJBplTJua| i" MATKU BttAIiOIf.Lv. l1);"iDaliy8m eboUe of Rotm to Pan.jFImtrleaa e poSItIOll. Dxirab, It Y.

I, .. ...... ................,Lash Pulatk*............. ...,. ...... Ar S.. p Through Vestibuled Trains Pullman Drawi_.g-r..Ba Sleeping Can,
ing again is responsible. 81Apl/ 54la. Ar .......,.. ... ... ... ...... Mnn IfaMo......... ........... ......... L'Ii l-tf 4s. Through Coaches.

Sickly children need special DailY o i OKAVQR: 'I No.DailyXtttl ft Dally NOon SANFORD BRANCH. Dally NoU BXCBL.L.BIST. DINING CAR 8BRVICB.


feeding. They don't"fcel their ..a.Su U lop Lv...,...N.w itaruirn*..Ar.64Up ExSd Ti Le.'Ihtn.vil.'! .....;.......Ar KxMu T i ji Through Trains via the Southern Railway/ are Operated la Connection
421p '. ........Lalce If..l..n..L. Sanp TIMa ............... Mimi ..............LT IDTp with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
oats". Scott's Emulsion adds 'IIItp .........Orangeitty:" ....... 5 Up .SUe ........ .....Oat...... ............... ".. itwi:
A'.0ran..t.1tl.10.... .. 8 06p .6iIa" ............Jntvrprlne............. I1lh. Ask for Tickets via Southern Solicited.
p .. Railway.
just the right richness to their elks, Ir.............MUifnrd.. .. . ...,. 11 00.* Correspondence

HARI ON HOUSES OK ...t7T03oIOBILJt8.I H. F. CARY Florida Puea(.. Afcat,1(4 W..'Bar .", JACKSONTILLI,TUa. .
N diet. It is like grain to the Tha Tim TaMn show"" the times .. which train may b 8 e"-r4k1 to arrtve and depart
I thoroughly with a steam roller. After from' trio several. .....tlnn., but thnir, arrival or dnpartar. at the limo itauxl U not imarantawl. K. BAROWICK. n-nral Pa... Ac W. H.TAYLOS. ....t.G.D. ..... A*"
I I. this spread au equal thickness of fine horse. The child gets new nor d_. the Oumpany hold itmtf responsible for any delay or any oon.equ.no.. aii- W.A.BINOTUN D. G. ATLANTA......

t i tone, sprinkle and roll as before and appetite and Ing tljxrwfroni.PENINSULAR July i. 1901.

, the road i. done. strong digestion. AND OCCIDENTAL

: The largest size of crushed stone Scott's Emulsion is more STEAMSHIP\ CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. -

: should not exceed one Inch iu diameter ---- -. .
than food. It is -- -------- -
,4 I and the smaller pieces should be no a strong BETWEEN MIAMA KEY WEST AND HAVANA. ---

.' :" larger than almonds; the more Irregular medicine. It rouses up dull LeA Miami Mondays ana fi i.t.ys.,1006 pm Leave Ravens We'*. and 8aturdaym.10 anArrtv Special Lo '
*
/ of course the better since Irregularity Arrive KT V.net.1'.......and tiatanlay I tt pm Key West W.la and Sat.. . a oo) pm sates
helps them to knit. In bringing children, puts new flesh on thin I save K..v West Tu.s and t undlly,. 7 8.1'111 Lear. KAY Wfxr Tl\\w sun $nn. ..... 4 ul put
;" Arrive Harauu \\..O... and Illo..,...,. ft itu am Arrive Miami Friduyvand Monday .. 000amKT
. an old country road up to the standard and red blood into TO New
ones pale For copy of local lime card addres say Agent : YORK and all Eastern Points
It Is best< to attack the hlllo. Cut
' ones. It makes children J. D. RAHNE i. A..t. O... P...- Agnt. AUGUSTINE. FLA
through their tops and put the material grow.

, thus obtained Iu the dips beth een. Scott's Emulsion makes ordinary TIl'ket.nowoalale'vla
I This kills two birds. with one stone and l r

I la rosily worked, since material Is always i. ._.__ food do its THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE '

' J being moved to a lower level Mall Line
, That road should be widened toward .r duty. I'atouttHl In the United State, Great Britain and Canada (

91 the fences and the excessive crown re- '' rr This picture represent ry.

moved a ml provision must always be the Trade Mark of Scott'a: 1'RffE. ....00 and $$.00 EACH. Should be used by every float Builder In the U.S. I i I
.AT.
.
Emulsion and \\i on the
': made for carrying water under the wrapper of every bottle. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Bailders in the United States.
I' road by a surtlclcntly large pipe when LOWER ItATES THAN BY ANY laakl
OTIIiItLINGlacludiagtdl
I the! line crosses a gully or any place 1 Send for fret sample<< For Sale br aDd berth. Departures from Jacksonville ,

.; that may ever contain a stream. I ;;; SCOTT & P.)WNE, Jas. pritchard & Son For rate, descriptive and Illustrated l matter every schedules Thursday.; reservation.., ticeu",

The road maintenance end Letter- -- . FLORIDA.SEE etc., apply to. I
491'eatlSt.. .New TIVUSV1LLK, ,
1 meats also call for an ordinance rtiuu > \01'10'1 i .SAAYMONDA w' E *-. iU W.J>ay D'.U'. are" :
_ "ffi Soc and J i. all dru8i THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMIKEXT BOAT BUILDERS. C.H.MALLDRT ? *"t, Prno wick,7la.
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- EAST COAST ADVOCATE DECEMBER 6, 1901. ,.


TITUSVI LLE.SN'Z 'SeriousBY THE HOME GOLD CURE. I WEST PALM BEACH.

Becoming ,

: St .N :RIVER: :sO't"EJ: : :.... An IngwnloiU, Trmtntrat by which Drunk

BARRY PAtN. ,, .r .
ON-TIIR.n-"lIAN-RIVER. ,
: v of Tti.m..lT..r No Mas.Ions. I>o Moo .

TITUSVILLE Tin getting awfully old. said tny No Wakening of the N.",",.. A Pl......nt. A first-class, home-like hotel, located on beautiful Lake Worth opposite
cousin Elan, with a mournful droop of Pocltlv Cnr for the Liquor. aabit.It Royal Ponclnna. Near railroad station and places of Interest. Special features.
Comfort, Courteous attention, superior table and service, reasonable rates.
FLORIDA. her beautiful eyelashes. 1 said nothIng Is now generally known and understood House thoroughly renovated. Under New Management Experienced white
that drunkenness Is disease and
a waitresses will have charge of the Oood
dining
room Fishing, Hunting laud
not weakness A filled with
body ,,
"It's a terrible thing for an unmarried and nerves completely shattered poison by Boating Kates '2 to &i:I per day. Special by the week. For further Information !
J. O. BAST perIodical address: The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla., J. C. Stowers, Prop.
i t Proprietor. girl to grow old, she continued.'Ono or conllttnttIe of Intoxicating
Isn't always as old as one liquors, requires an antidote capable of! -- .
neutralizing and eradicating this poison,,
I.IVK OAK. '
A looks, I obst>r'l'lt.n.1 It appeared .
and destroying the craving for Intoxlcants. .
DUCK SHOOTING that It was not the right thing. It Is Sufferers may now cure tbem- - -- -

.f too wearisome to say the right thing to selves at home without publicity or loss .
and FISHING. EUa-she asks for It too much, and Is of time from business by this wonderful Hotel Oakes LIVE OAK, FLA. :
"HOME GOLD CUKE" which has been ,
used to It too much. Besides I know
Rates perfected after many years of close study Under new management. Caters especially to the commercial traveler n
: $2.r.o day.
per her too well
and treatmentof Inebriated. The faithful
Is the roost liberally conducted hotel of Its price In tho State. The howl hall
"Yes," she said bitterly "when I've use according to directions of this won- been thoroughly renovated, refurnished and painted. Everything new and ,
$10 and $12 per week. lost my self respect and broken niy derful discovery Is positively guaranteedto nrst-elass. J. RUSSELL:: MOORE Proprietor
cure the most obstinate case, no mat I
heart I'm right to come to you. You'reeo .
-- - -- - - -
ter how hard - -
-- a drinker. Our records
sweetly sympathetic. A palmist in .show the marvelous transformation ot NKW YORK I
JACKSONVILLE.J, London refused to bcllve I was mont thousands drunkards into sober, Industrious
than twenty-three." and upright men ,
"Those ialtulsts earl their I WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS I i
money Fifth Avo. and 15th
As for self respect, I don't think you Children cure your fathers! This reme- Hotel Kensington street
D UV AL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ever had much. As for heart, I know dy Is In no sense. a nostrum but Is a spool New York.
flo for this disease only, and Is so skill
hud I've
never any no sympathywith
you
fully devised and that It Is
prepared Select Family and Transient Hotel. '
European Plan -
you and believe you ought to be thoroughly soluable and pleasant to the

Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located. doing a turn of penal servitude. Lots taste, so that It cnn be given In a cup of Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.
Thoroughly repaired and re- of convicts have less on their con tea or coffee without the knowledge of
novated. Newly: furnished throughout. science. I gather you're In a mess the person taking It. Thousands of GEORGE C. IIOWE, Propiletor.
Liberally conducted . . .
again, and from regard for your family drunkards have cured themselves with Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida hotels. I

Rates $3.50 per day and up. I'll give you good advice." this priceless remedy, and as many more - - .- -- .
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have been cured and made
temperate men
fOot course, don't understand me
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. you 'by having the cure administered by loving I
In last. has understood 45th; Street bet.
the
Nobody ever lends and relatives without. their THE HAMILTON Broadway and Sixth Avenue, !
me properly It I had ever come knowledge in coffee or ton. and believe J NEW YORK.A .
across one iiiuu who understood me I to-day that they discontinued drinking of
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Day aDd Cedar Streets.I would have married him. Never mind their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel.. Central and Do-
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. looks or age or position or money-I Do not be deluded by apparent and misleading i
American and would hove married him just because! 'Improvement.; Drive out the slrably Located. With every Comfort and Convenience.
European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- he understood mo" disease at once and for all time. The :

ed this season., Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water "1' expect that ,caked out. Well, It "HOME!: GOLD CUKK": Is sold! at the Furnished and Unfurnished.
extremely low price of One Dollar thus
Baths, Elevatoreto.. Five minutes from any wharf or' depot. All the men misunderstand" you you've placing within reach of everybody,treatment GEORGE W. MORTON.Ofilcial .

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c 75o; and only yourself to thank moro effectual than, others costing
$1 a day. Rooms and
"If you could only Imagine how that $25 to $r.O. Full l directions. accompany
board $2.00 to $2.50 per day. vulgar chaff Jars uio at present. And each package .hpoclal advice by skilled
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. it's so ullly, too-almost every man I've physicians. when requested without extra Supply-, nOUli1t of The Illinois Flahorn en'lI Association.

met would have been glad to marryme. charge. Sent prepaid! to any part of the
I was Buying/ -I've not really been world on receipt of $I. Address) Dept, The Chicago Net ana 'l'ino Co. I
what 1 seemed to be. I've been thought C 705 EDWIN II (II LE8 & CO., 2XKKU:, : 1 1Manufacturers
The WI lndlo'D East Forsyth Street. Frivolous and heartless, and capricious. Market St., Philadelphia. All correspondence !. of-
""VILLE, FLA. and vain." strictly confidential.' : '

"Well, at this period of our acquaint. -- cousin F
asyoushould.
European plan. Dining Cafe; new and flrst-claes'in all appointments. ance, you're not going to tell mo thaiyou're You don't appreciate yO
P
Center of city. Near all car lines. Open for rooms.November 15th' not Just exactly that""I'm ; not at all like that. I've had And of course. the poltroon gave In
Cafe, November 19th. Rooms, one person one day, $1 and up; by the the appearance of It sometimes to peo completely. The eyelashes carried It t; E ,

week, $3.60/ and up. pie who have not known the clrcuuv as usual. And the growth of my cous ;'

C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. stances. The only thing I could accuse in's seriousness Is temporarily arrested, > I I I Ig
_<___ myself of would be slight frivolity But lock and White I
;g
all the time the frivolous me hasn't
ST. AUGUSTINE. I been the rein me. You understand?" rtnr..tb.. N FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Dec crlptlon. .

- "Not In the least." Never omit to keep a record of the Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Hope! Etc.Orlarlnators .

"Well, you will, because' the real me product of the poultry yards. A showIng of Wholesale Price direct to the Fishermen
FLORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORID Is coming out now. I'm becoming seri of what Is done there Is sure to 79-11-8:1: E. Indiana Mt. Chicago, 111.

The Old City By-the-Sea. ous Perhaps its because I'm growing make converts to poultry keeping. ..Mention Tho ADVOOATK In your letter,. I

This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine lea so old. 'Anyhow can see all the folly Above the door of every poultry We are Members of the; Illinois l 'Klshoi-;;men's Association. r
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that and emptiness of the city way of living house should 1 be written this motto r i

no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi I- now. 1 went to"- "Utility Is the science and beauty the .. __ _ I
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cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all "One momentf: when you went on I art of poultry raising."
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Lib- your dandelion hunt the other after Every poultryinnn can provide shade The Nation'sBest
erally conducted. Capacity 250.: Summer Rates: $2 to $2.50 per day, $8 to noon alt by your lone self where did for his birds even If he can do no better -
$12 per week. For further particulars. address you meet him]" I than to plant sunflowers. It Is ab "San Mateo"
F. C. HAYDEN
Manager.
,
for chicks to
"lIe never came. And J didn't want solutely necessary young Cigar.
him either." have u cool shelter from the bot rays. ,

...FROSTING ON THE PLAZA..* "Seems to hare been a bit too mucb of the sun., :I.t.* fillJFloilclfi. I
ALGONQUIN HOTEL for-well, which one was It?" Go quietly among the fowls and you ;. M I

ST AUGUSTINE . FLORIDA.Sea "Aynscote." will succeed better with the young ,

View. Open for The and with "I thought It was the talented foreigner chicks. The quiet hen will hatch better
rooms only. rooms are large airy, Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with I
-the man with the flddle. You'rea and make a better mother. Some say,
comfortable beds. Rates moderate. bit difficult to follow-so rapid. So "Give me the hen that will tight for opium and other drugs, when you can have thn pure Florida loaf at a fire-cent

SIRS.A., S. PELL, Proprietress. It's Aynscote, Is It? Well you're play. her chicks," but not so. She will rush price

log with fire there." about and trample her own In her excitement FREE BY' MAIL TO ANY 'DJxof2 .. . ? . . . . ... $i.oo i

COCOA. She looked pleased. "Keally? What. ; so keep the hen quiet If you ADDRESS.....J} BoxofRO.. . . .. . . . . . . ,$l.7fl "
do you mean?" would raise many chicks.A. 'I!

'WeIl. hv'. a moody beggar at the S. -v'V: :eOv'VLEJZOi.::

THOMAS COTTAGE COCOA, FLORIDA. best of times; reckless too. )Mind If he J. Snell wanted to attend. a party but i.l''.
does It he'll do It decently.. May possibly was afraid. to do so on account of palm. SAN MATEO, FLA \
take his gnu out alone before In his stomach, which be feared would ._ '
Centrally located. Large, airy rooms. Bath convenient. - -- - ---- --
lie "I "wa telling
my
worse. says
Rates $1.50 per day; special terms by week or month. breakfast and manage a fatal accidentIn grow troubles to a lady friend, who said i. ,t,0U000'O J
getting over a stile. Nobody will
'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera aDd DI-
know except him and you-and me." arrhooa Remedy will put you I In condition
KOCKLEDGE. "You cant' mean that?" for the party.' I bought a bottle and NineHIERBINE. .
"It's the kind of thing that has, hap take pleasure In stating that two closes .
pened." cured me and enabled me to have a good Tenthsof
"I've never had a man actually kill time at the Mr. Snell Is a resident ... ''v
..UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.;.. of Summer party.N, Y. This remedy Is
,
himself for me. I've bad three leave i
the country, but that was all." for sale by all. druggists: and medicine Pure Juices from Natural Roots.

"You seem to rather like the Idea." dealers .

Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDOE, FLA. "IIow can you say such horrible and Feat lIIao..... all thePeople the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
have It REGULATES
? I wouldn't hap
unjust things Elder l'allllulpM: boy writes born .
pen for anything In the world." Still It that Tour son Jack Isn't getting along t the System, Purifies tf8 t ] Blood ,
Is only natural to be pleased at a com col I
feat st lev'
The coming winter' this hotel will be under the management' of A. L. pliment, and that would be a real com very Deacon Oldham-Don't you believe I Suffer Malaria Biliousness; Constipation, 1' I ';

Marsh, who has been connected wltb-th Florida East Coast Hotel Com- pllment A man doesn't kill himself what your boy's telllo' ,ou. elder.. Jack's CURES
!
for nothing. But It won't be." g-olu through fast enough II* runs from Stomach and Impaired Digestion. ,
pany for 14 years. Hotel will open on the 4th of January next. "I'robably not. It doesn't happen away ahead of his allowance every a

once In a thousand times, that a mangoes nioutb.-Chicago Herald. : Diseased Ererj Bottle Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction. .: :

that length. Btlll of course Ayns Riploilr z..AJA, Cif i JIIC i"xtx.J, iatALL: LO_.. I
EAU OALLIE.Indian cote-but we won't discuss It." ....lit said there was a fire racing In Liver I'.. BO C.nt.. I ofPrep.red
She reflected for a minute or two. his bres.t. ,

'I'll" forgive him tonight after dinner. U..IIIIow dasgeroust8n by JAMES f. BALLARD, SI. Lout, Mo, I
River Inn EAU GALLIE, FLA. she said "If It really Is a good excuse. _DninccroimVBelle ,
House Overlooks the Indian River. But I do hate men." -Yes. lie wears a cfrllnluid shirt
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front.-Philadelphia Itecord. -- -- -- -- -
Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River, and the picturesque tipper St. I
Johns, noted for Black Bass, etc. Open all the year. Rates $-''OO per Later In the day Aynscote sought m. Cure Hloo and Skin niAeRl'lcH' IF YOU WANT A... :
day. Special rates by the week and month. Table will be supplied with out. He looked sufficiently sheepish ItchingHumors, Eczema, .
Fish at all times. Oysters and Game in season. "Look here 1 say I wish you'd do mea I
P. A. McMILLAN, Proprietor. good turn. The fact of the case In Hcrofuln, Etc. 1
that I've been unlucky enough to offend I I -
your cousin." I Send no money-simply write and try .Building1 Lot
EAU GALLIE, FLA. "1 congratulate you. Keep It up." : Botanic Blood iJalrnat our expense. We .. ,
Hotel Granada treatments In
free
"Don't be an Idiot. I'm pretty serious. distribute over 10,000
OnIndlanRiver.The ." Hamilton county Ohio. Thecures made
by Blood Balm, spread so fait we were or a lot with a BUILDING HEADY FOU OCCUPANCY, -
Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gal He,Fla., 11)2 miles south of Jacksonville 'Good heavens! I* everybody becoming unable to fill ordrrs. Il Is tbesam everywhere '
on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, bunting and serious?" A trial of Blood Balm Is our best LAND }'O t AN ORANGE GROVE, ,
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike "What' do you mf'on' It was all reference, so don't hesitate to write fora
hotel. Rates $2.5Q.to '3.00 per day. Special, rates by month or season. through my not knowing my' way about free sample. 1'INEAPl'LK PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN' '
Open all the year. Address GLEASON BROS.:; Eau Gallie, Fla. this internal country. If you could just. "' If you suffer from ulcers eczema,scrof .
ula blood cancer eating sores, We probably have for sale just what yon are seeking.
say a word for me to ber and tell bet poison, ,
Itching skin, pimples, boll!, bone paint, .
It's
details.
that. Never mind the the
EDEN absolute troth I missed road. swelling, rheumatism, catarrh, or any Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you are
my blood or skin disease!l we advise you to
"Suppose, 1 did would you do something take Botanic Blood Balm (I U. II. B.). Especially looking this way, drop line to
for met""Anything recommended for old, obstinate,
The Netherby EDEN, On-Jndlan-Rlver, FLA. you lite" "Very well then. Tell ber yourself skin disease because. Botanic Blood Balm

One of the loveliest locations on the river. All modern Improvements. tonight after, dlnner-sue'Il listen to (U. B II) kill. the poison>> In the blood EAST COAST Il'Y, "
Hot and cold baths. Sulphur Sprlbg. Excellent drinking water. yon.then. Don't ask Je bow I know cure. where all else fall, beats every
Plenty of fruit and Ice. Fish, Oysters and fresh vegetables, to abund It's a fact. In return I ask you to drop sore, makes the blood para and rich, ST. AUQUSTINE, FLA.
Northern cooking.,: : House handsomely furnished with all the her. 1'lck another quarrel and cur Rives: the skl'ithe rich glow of health. ,
ance. : blood _ ._..___ . ..' __ I
comforts of a home. Boats. Trains stop at Ruxton Station on the B. B. I3-. the most perfect purifier .
district. Mrs. M. A. CURTIS, Manager. her.rhar. made. Thoroughly: tested for 30 years. .
plantation. Pineapple
simply silly you know. .
Costs $1 per large bottle at drug stores. JOE PEtINTINC: '
Where would be the sense of It?" To Introduce It. samples of Blood Balm I
"She needs It. It would be a useful tent free by writing Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta ,
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEPrints moral discipline for her." Ga. Describe trouble aDd free metl- OF ALL KINDS ',41 t
"Well we'll put It In this way. If I heal ail vice also<
all kinds of Commercial ititlonery, "Wedding Stationery Card, Bill,'Eta should think so. I will. ,If not, won't offer-medicine! sent at once,prepaid. ADVOCATE. PRINTING OFFICE.'t. : : .1


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8 __ .EAST COX&T ..IDVXATE-DECEMBER: 6. 1901. .. ..._..:._.... '. _ .

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FLORIDA Visitors who can- BREVARD COUNTV COMMISSIONERS Robbing & Graham Go. :E1. =: .i- ::SE..A.C-s.: ;. &, e Qw

mot call at our store should write for a DEALERS IN ,
catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs -

'TrrnsvlLLK, FLA., Dec 2, 1001. (Incorporated) GROCERIES GRAIN FOOD PRODUCTS
/ d: Jr The Board was called to order*on the PAID UP CAPITAL $2 ,OOO.OO. ANDdHAYo aANDBALL
2nd Instant, by order of the Chairman. We handle PRODUCE of MAPES PER "
112 I Present: J. K. Walker 1st District; J. This company owns We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of alllZEll'
W. St. Jacksonville also at
Forsyth ; R. Mlot, 2nd District; It. A. Conkling, era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station oseuo
St. Augustine; Palm Boaoh and NaSIlRU.I 1, l 3rd District J. U. Jones, 4th District T-:: .I. 3ST:: 3D S, E. L. BRADY A BRO. . TITUSVILLE, FLA'
I and J. F. Bell, Bth District; A. A. Stew-
art clerk and J. P. Brown In the Indian River Country; On the St. =
; sheriff
..THE ANHEUSER BOSCH 1. Minutes were read and approved. Lucle River; at New River and on Bay S W. CAJtJtOLL-: :
2. On motion, the Board adjourneduntil .
Asso's. If you have ECZEMA, PIMPLES CA- :2 i>. m. to attend the funeral of the Dl oayne. Prices to suit the time

Brewing TARRH, DIPHTHERIA, bore Throator late Mrs. Boye mother of our County Send for Land List. -Dealer In-

, l any BLOOD or SKIN disease BAN.COCK'S Treasurer. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND
Offlces at Titusville and Miami Fla.
I I Pamoui at.Louis Keg sad Mottled 3. On motion, the bid of \V>A. C'oz- VEGETABLES
r Beer. LIQUID SULPHUR Is a guaranteed ant, to shell one mile of road commencing Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage
. i cure. at the junction of Kroegel' private QEO. H. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN Sollrlted

Sold by JlIeINrll. ".A. Losloy, and For Sale by W.J. CRAYFORD. avenue, and running south, was accepted. President. Actuary. TITUSVILLEFLORIDA.

R. L. Motlow TltusvllIe.Fla. Amount of bid, $330.( -- .. -- .- -

I 4 By Mr. R. I*. Motlow, GOODS, Fla. 4. At request of A. C. Dlttmaaet al., Brevard Abstract of Title Co, ICE -
DEATH OF MR. BARBER. citizen. of Fort Pierce, Willis Griffin I. INDIAN RIVER FACTORY
, WILL FURNIBHAbstracts
placed on th pauper list at $4 per month
.
: JOSEPH ZAPF
I 6. Report of W. R?Watts, A. McCain of Title TJTUSVILLE, FLA.Is .

y Owing to pressure upon our apace In and Frank Ayers* working and layingout prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special
! Sole Agent. our last Issue, we failed to chronicle the a public road from Wabasso to north -FOH LANDS IN- attention
for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is
death paid sacking my motto.
of Mr. Carlton H. Barber the late line of 4th commissioner' district, was Brevard I
610 to 020 West Bay Street, popular and genial manager of the Flori- received, accepted., approved and notice County. T, T. WETMORE Proprietor.
da Ostrich Farm Jacksonville; and it in ordered posted according to law. Office under Law Office of
JACKSONVILLE FLA. with feelings of deep regret that deoeaaed' 6. Petition of Geo. W. King, et al., OEO. M. ----=
BOBBINS
C. II. SWAItt
J. R. WALKER
numerous friends learned of his citizens of Orchid for a public road was '"
,
FLA. r--t./ _f"'l.1I'I\ !....
" passing away to the great beyond at the! received. On motion, Hugh Weir G. TITU8VILI.B, t
I I"I come or ins uncle, Mr. M. J.Taylor, Fair- Keith and W. II. Wlgfleld were appolnbad Goods Shoes : -
i NEAR & TAYLOR, field, at 8:40 o'clock p. m., on the 27th to mark and lay out the saute. East Coast Meat MarketG. Dry .;

ult.The 7. The petition of E. A. Hall, et al.,
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS deceased was twenty-four years of citizens of Wabasso and Wood ley, for a Furniture '
age, and had been In Jacksonville for the public road from Wabasso to Woodley, F. DUREN Agent. ,

past few years as manager of theostrich was received. On motion, Geo. Sears,
i1 $- .. farm, conducted by bis uncle. In that J. B. Vreeland and W. K Watts were C" 0 Notions and IJJ
I4 time Mr. :3aiber made many friends who appointed to mark and lay out the same. _, ftU -. Millinery

Ya Eau Gallic Fla. were solicitous about his health, which 8. On motion, John Henry placed CA ; hl M --=a.
I began to fall a month ago./ For'tbe past on the pauper list at (5 per month. II, .r- p, New Goods at close prices.
. two weeks his mother, who came South 0. Report of Tax Collector for poll '
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I from Canion. N. Y., had been by bis side, taxes collected daring the month of 1k ) a YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
and the shoclr; was. a very great one to Nov., for 1000 amounting to *:34, was Ca.sr .
received John R. Walker & Co-

! Ctrus! Tees her.The funeral of Mr. Barber took piece at 10. Report of Tax Collector, of licenses .
S o'clock last Thursday afternoon, at the collected during the month of Nov., tl TITUSVILLE, FLA.Whaler's .

parlor. of Funeral Director Charles A. amounting; to $18 state, and $03 county, =' cm
Clark. The funeral services were conducted was received. FL
I by Rev A. MaoDonald, pastorof 11. On motion, the Board proceeded to C"a
II the Union Congregational Church. A to elect a supervisor of roads, and J. E. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
I large concourse( of friends was present. Canard, N. ;M. Fish, Jack Keen J. N. Store.
boxes of 84. Jewelry
1,000 Citrus Fruits-- varieties 'The death of Mr. Berber Is unusually sad Waller and W. S. Norwood were placed

-will be marketed from our oiohards HI* mother, who came to Jacksonville In nomination. After several unsuccessful aXgt

and nurseries tills season. An excellent to nurse him has the sympathy of her ballots, the Board adjourned until
chance for many friends South.: The body wall 8 :'10 a. m., Deo. 8rd, 1001.
prospective orange; !grower
to and shipped! North Thursday night Mrs. 12. Bond of C. U. Garrett with G. R. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc
test fruit select vailotles.All
Barber accompanying It. The final fun Poppell and J. A. Pagan as sureties to
prominent subtropical fruit trees. eral services and the Interment will take carry a Martin repealing rifle, No. 2IMOO: ,
: +" Roses and ornamentals stook. place Sunday: at Canton N. Y. caliber 38, was received and opposed. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches

Catalogue free. The late Mr. Barber was well known to Bond of K. W. Leonard, with L. L. and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
the ADVOCATE stall He was an estimable Carlton and Percy Barlton I as sureties to
Glen St. Nurseries young man, and we Join his many carry a Smith &; Wesson revolver, No. !JClp Mall Orders will receive prompt and careful attention
Mary friends sympathy over his sad demise. 307.303: caliber 38, was received and ap-
proved. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
14. Bond of L. L Carlton with R.
G. L. Taber ,
Prop. A BIG LAND PURCHASE. W. Leonard and Percy Carlton all sureties -

GLEN ST. MART FLA. to carry Smith &; Wesson revolverNo.
Mr. Walter B. dell, of Baltimore, 43(11( Cdllbur 32: was received and
to whom we" referred in our last Issue, approved. Special Attention !
has just purchased fifteen thousand acres 15. Bond of H. E. Ehrllch;with G. F.

of laud of Mr. W. II. Oleason. of Eau Baohus and A Powers as sureties to ,
Orange Lemon Gallle. This land Is the south half of carry Winchester repeating rifle, No. LIFE INSURANCE Rates are .
the Delesptne Grant, which joins Titus- 87244: caliber 44, was received and ap- WAS NEVER EASIER lower than GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-

-. vllle, on the! south proved. TO CARRY. for Glassware
years, Hardware
I )lr. MrC&rdell has purchased It for the 10. Bond of A. Powers, with G. F. Tinware Crockery, ,
I and about
low
It Is
Indian River Commercial Company, of Bacbus and A N. Uoofnagleas; sureties, them.are as. as possible to

Boston, of which he is president. It Is to carry Winchester repeating rifle. get Harness and Stoves.
Our bo iklels
Grapefruit sent! on application will
the Intention of this oompany to developthe No. 87243: caliber :'II: ,' was received and ,give, muoh Information about ,
land by planting It In approved
Kumq'uats. cassava, orange trees, etc.' as sugar-cane well as, 17. Bond of M. B. :Metzger, with M. L:1fo: : Xn.su.ran.oo.ContAlna j Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.

having a rattle range upon it. The E. English and F. Wright as sureties,

Fine, heavy, stock; one nnd two-year- beautiful river front will. In time, be sold to carry a Smith fc; Wesson revolver, No. I I conditions,tables etc. of ages, rates, terms, Jas. Pritchard & Son.
to parties wishing to build winter homes, 38: was reoelved and approved.
old buds and grafts) on sour O1'angelem- us it Is quite an Ideal location for residences. 18. Bond of (}. T. Bachus, with A. Tue companies represented are solvent,
on and tiifolUta. stock. 'A: full line of A road run all along the frontof Powers and A. N. Hoofnagle as sureties, I reliable and liberal. Postofflce Box 212,

docidlous fruit trees, ornamentals, etc. It from Titusville to Hardeevllle, a I to carry a Marlin repealing rifle No. O. S. Solvnylor,
Send for new catalogue I and price list, distance of about twelve miles, aud It 105752: caliber 38-53'- was received and TITUSVILLE, - FLORIDA. t"\LsviJ.J.e., ZFlozida.:

giving full partloulais for selecting varieties innkes an excellent and picturesque I approved..n Correspondence Invited. _._ ---
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' driveway along Indian River. iv. Boni of George Bears, with .. it.
l' and planting, cultivating, etc. Vreeland and E. G. Holt as sureties, to JOHN. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY.
a Martin repenting; rlllo, No. 1742J4, caliber Notice for Publication.
I. Ocklawaha Nurseries BAD MEN SENTENCED.
, 30, WHS received and approved. e
i! O. w. CONNER \20.! Uoi.d of A. N. Ho.itnagle with A. . DeLand, Florida .
Prop.
,' More Bowen and Tom Barton, both Posers and G. 'I'. Bitchus as sureties, to IN CIRCtTIT CO'JRT IN AND FOR BKJCv -
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TANGERINE nl County Flotilla. Courses of Study are equivalent to those of the best American Institution
FLORIDA. colored, entered pleas of guilty before carry a Marlin repenting rifle, No. 2'JO= lu Chancery.
County Judge A. D. Penney, at Titus Oil, .callbur 32: was received and ap- Edward llatigu ) Building and equipment cost more than $250,000.: : $05,000 will\ be added to tills

ville on Tuesday, and were sentencedto proved. "vs, T. Avers IWllllan ) plant during the coming year The University Includes the tollowingdepartmesu:

( three months and six: : months the 21. Bond of Frank Hunter, with E. It appearing by the Hill or Complaint exhib Law, College Academy Normal and Practice School, Music, Art, Business.
order named. Mose Bowen had stolen G. Holt and J. F. (lenders as sureties, ited and died In valil oan...,..nd the afttilavlt of
i goods to the amonnt of $H from lamp to carry a Smith A Wesson revolver, No. the uomplalnant that the iloienilant, William T Graduates of the Law Department are admitted to practice in the courts of
Avers In a nouriililent of the State of
:: iC Uarrlk, colored; and Tom Barton pleaded ':385310 caliber, was received and approved ami re ld.... to wit: In Puraiioiild. Arkannan. Florida, Florida, without examination.
I 1t !guilty to carrying concealed weapons. Now roil, the said William T. Avers, be and For catalogue address the president,
Two more men will thus be added to 22. The clerk of the Circuit Court appear nefore the JuilKeoI our Court, In Titus J. F. FORBES.
ville, Florida, the
the.gang now under the supervision of handed in the presentment of the Grand ttrii DAY upon
Mr. John N. Waller. At this rate we Jury at the Fall Term of Circuit Court. Of JANUARY A. D.I902.

will\ soon hAve Brevard county roads In The same was read to the Board by the to pro answer"..nl...said.... will bill be enterer htlnt against, or yon a decree, and

fairly goad shape.' chairman. complainant will be allowed to proceed. sx-parre WARREN FITCHDealer
:2.1. The clerk presented to the Board' with his laid cau... .
It Is further ordered that this notice be pub
hU of witnesses for the
pay-toll County lished In the EAST COAHT ADVOCATE, a newspaper In-
.. CHURCH NOTICES. Cojrt, which was examined and apiov- published In geld county once a week for
ed. Amount, $34'.40. lour consecutive weeks. HIDES, FURS ALLIGATOR SKINS, BEESWAX, TALLOW ETC., ETC.
I
24. The dark to the Board Witness the Honorable Minor B.Jones, judge Make me shipments. Attention.
presented your Prompt
Services In the Presbyterian Church of sold court, and the seal at said court, at the
next 'Sunday: : Preaching at 7:15: p. his pay-roll of witnesses for the Circuit Court House in Tltii.vllle this lath day of November P. O. Box 301 . . Jacksonville, Florida.
which examined and A.D. 1001.
Court was approved.
m., Sunday school at DM a.m. ; ChristianEndeavor [deal.) A. A. STEWART:
c. ....p at 3:30 p. m. Amount, $30. Clerk of the Circuit Court,
2On: motion the contract of Jack By O. A. 8tewsrt Deputy Clerk.
PLANT GOOD *CHEER Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Keen, for a road from Fort Pierce to the F. J. WEBB Solicitor: for Complainant.; SE.EDS.::
'n Divine service at All Saint church at Smith boundary of 4th commissioner's
the
hearts
of
friend withWINES your guests Regale Waveland-Jensen, at 10 80( .. m. on Sunday district Is accepted, the same having Notice of Blaster's Ble.UNDER .
Jour ; and at St. Paul's church, Eden. been completed according to specification. ONION--White and Red Bermuda.GENUINE .
AND! LIQUORS Tlbbals, at 3 o'clock p. m.Florida AND it VIRTUE OF A DECREE'
\ from our stock and they will have ample The Tr asurer'* report waa receivedand "", "" .. and sale issued out of the

reasons to pleasantly lemember their State Fair. checked up. Messrs. Conkling and Florida Circuit, bearing Court date In and alto for day Mrevard County.' ', Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Strain of Garden Seeds
".It. Mlot destroyed the paid warrant turned 1901. In a cause herein pending' wherein Sank
..;. OurHOLIDAY GOODS over by the Treasurer with his report K. Bnlkleyli complainant and Anna E.: Glbbs Florida Seed Rge and 1)0 Day Oat. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barley.
The Florida State Fair Association has The Treasurer had a certificate and Hllai F. Olbbe arc defendants, I will sell In
have been selected with the !greatestcare : been Incorporated at Tallahassee with a that the amount his report called showing for was 00 front the of the Court House, at Tltiuvllle Florida, J2T Send for Catalogue.L. .

and we have a superb line to select capita! of $2,500: to hold a State: fair annually on deposit to his credit as Treasurer, In FIRST MONDAY IN JANUARY

from. at such point as the directors shall the Indian River State Bank. being' the 8th day of January, A. D. 1002, dur CAMERON. The Seed Store
Our prices! cannot fall to please you. designate. The stockholders are! George :27. The monthly of the Fish ing the legal hours of ale to the highest and
They make buying report beet bidder for each all the mort"*red 125 East Bay Street, FLA.
easy. W. Wilson, J. K. Parrott, It. E. MoLin, and Game Warden was received and property JACKSONVILLE,
mentioned In said decree of
Hampers packed for shipment to distant K. E. Rose O. L. Taber E. II. Galtsklll, foreclosure to-wlt i
filed. Lota I and t In block :XI of the town of Melbourne -
friends. O. 1>. Healy M. Jo:. Glllett, D. A. Danley 28. Ou motion, the Fish and Game Florida,... per plat on file In the Clerk's
. .
office of Brevard County, Flurlda.M.
ROBT. L. MOTLOW, and Phillip Isaacs.How's. Warden Is empowered to appoint deputies GOLDSMITH' The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.

TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLA. In every precinct their compensation Special "Master. In Chancery. .
This. to be 20 per cent of all licenses collected A.D.PENNEY,Solicitor for Complainant e.lNaaaia

Testimonial. We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor with, the blank Clerk licenses.to furnish such deputies Wes.:: A. $OUrs & Co

any case of Catarrh that cannot be 29. Report of Superintendent of Convicts Florida Magazine
James C. Wlgnall Boat Builder, No. 015
cured [Hall' Catarrh Cure. received and tiled. ,
by was
Warren St., Kensington Philadelphia.J. GRAIN/
O. Walton, )4 aq., Titusville Fla. t F. J. CUEMBT: : A Co., Props., Toledo, O. 30. Court bill of Coroner G. W.SohU1- HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
We the undersigned bave known F. J. ler
was approved.
Dear Sir:-Your Rapid Machines
Calking Cheney for the last 15 rears, and believehim 31. On motion the road as marked Flour
In Grits
are use In boat andre Meal Fertilizers
shop and
regarded as an ray Invention of great perfectly honorable In all business and laid out by L. Griffls, et al.. I. hereby An Illustrated Literary Monthly ,

utility. It saves time and labor and Is transactions, and financially able to carryout declared a public road. Levu, 112: East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
of great service In calking light boats any obligations made by their flrra. 33.: On motion, the allowance of Mrs.
where beauty of finish la desired and It West A; Truax Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O. W. Brooks a pauper I* reduced from Agta.fort uriua Feed. Warehouse on track of S. A. L. R'V. and Plant Sy.teffl.
does not bruise the seams like the old O. aiding;, Kinnan A Hlu.ln. $10 to $:*. ONE: DOLLAR A YEAR
method of calking. I Wholesale. Druggists Toledo, O. On petition of T. A. Hlldreth to sell -
mend It well cheerfully recom- Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally liquors, wine* and beer In Precinct No.
the
as adapted to meet
requirements of the trade. ordinary acting directly upon the blood and mu. 9, Brevard county, Fla., was taken up; X WHITE'S CREAMVERR1IFUCE1
cons surfaces of the system ]Price 75o. and It appearing to the satisfaction of Address TORMS
:
Yours
truly, JAS. C. 10 If ALL. !
Mr. Wlgnall' host shops are adjoining per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonial the Board that the maid petitioner has V V

A Cramp's ship.bnildlagyards. He Is building free. Hall's Family Pills are fully complied with Chapter 4747 Law ..... Illy. ,- _U.QuaIl",
the best. of Florida, entttlled,an "Act prescribing G. D. ACKERLT PUBLISHER.
were the built boats by Messrs.for the Cramp men-of A:-Co.war that the method of obtaining permit to sell For 20 Years Has Ld aU Wcrrn Reme lass { (\ y

tT-For sale by Jas. Prltchard Son House for Sale. liquors wines and beer In certain cases," Jacksonville, Florida so4.a aT ....XOXO aZV6tiKsi'Z'Y.
On motion, it Is therefore ordered P-s--IIto-'- dJ. 1-outs'
JAMES
that a permit do Issue to the Tax Col- F. BALLARD, St.
-If you want good results, you will A nine room'house, finished lector of Brevard county Fla., to Issue Draylng.;
locate
find the ADVOCATE: an excellent adver
and In good condition, near the state and county license to the said --
tislng medium. court house, on the corner of Palm and Draping hauling of all kinds
party for the fiscal year 19>3. promptly -
Palmetto Sts. Annl on nrrnl'.*" or to On motion, the request of T. J. DeStu- attended to. Meets all trains. Stove THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
9 Reading notice ad.. on this peg M. D. I* DoDSON, wood supplied.

:,. are live cents per line per week. 3m Titusville Fla. (continued on 4th page.) ALFR&D UADLCT, Titnsville. Print all kind of Commercial Ea
: Bill,
I Urtlonery Wedding Stationery, Cards,

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