East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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May 23, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


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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ward be was taken on board the Oag.
hip Cayuga and soon encountered Beo 'Try to Get Oat. or th. doom aa* ts>. 'J W.. Short bat It Crash th* !'.. Laacaaa;* !. ... c.... ... w...
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troops In the Now Orleans expedltlo Nothing contributes more to the high. "You may get the better of an oppo- In the case. of all hunting dogs/: inch
ANNIVERSARYWAR C Seeing Moore. Butler pointed to blm; eat success than tbe formation of tb tent in debate" siiid an old time oru- as foxhounds or wolves, which pack together

'WARSHIMOORE STORY and asked of tbe ship commands habit of enjoying things. Whatever tor, "by sheer force of convincing argument the tall la carried aloft and I..*

CM ) "Where did you oaten him" Loud your calling In life may be whatever -that Is to say, you may; score very free III movement. It In also frequently -

misfortunes or hardships may: come to and win on poIntbut if you want to rendered more conspicuous by
t April 24 to 29. 1862 w I make mind resolutely: the tip being white, and this la almost
down and out at single
o man a
III put
It I that come what may, you will get the your Invariably the case when the hound
II i 1 him ridiculous. Only
most possible real enjoyment out of every coup just are of mixed color. When ranging the
ooooo 3 3I 0 G CO) (0) 0 day that you will increase your succeed In doing thin, and all the logic long Krnsa of the prairie or jungle, the

was famed at the Varuna's engine room capacity for enjoying life by: trying to of the other side will explode in vacancy raised tips of the tall would often be
1901. by O. L. Kilmer.] like\ so ninny blank cn rt rI111\'*'.
A Copyrlcht. but It landed la a b'awae pipe glancing find the sunny side of every experience all that an Individual member of the .
torts ratter upward and putting a bole in th of the day. Resolutely determine that "Unco when I was nerving a terra up band would nee of ltd f el Iowa.There .
CONFEDERATE and Con smokestack. However It left a cleat you "will see tbe humorous side ol the state in the legislature a bumptious la no doubt that bounds habitually ,
riddled by Fed port for firing through and a second 1 things. No matter: how bard or unyielding youngster sins bud Jut. teen Introduced watch the tails of those In front
his maiden
eral 'shells driven ashore or wee boring through when drawing covert. If a
shot struck the Varuna's pivot sun. your environment may seem of them a
blown up constitute the whole plctur exploded: and destroyed nearly all thegun' to be there Is a sunny side If you can eftort. Hi' was attacking a man who faint drag Is detected suggestive of thepresence
[ linearly; all the accepted and popula crew. only see It. The mirth provoking faculty was his. senior by at least a score and, of a fox but scarcely suffl-

Irtorles of Farragut's attack on Net Now It came to a fight to a finish r even under trying circumstances, ten years and thought to wake a hit by cleat to be sworn to vocally, the tall of
I Orleans. But was It In fact a one aide The Varuna put her helm to port and Is worth more to a young man or woman referring to him an ''that little ttriiy-, the finder la at once sot in motion and
| &fair' The Confederate steamer Got fired into the Moore's port bow. The starting out In life than a fortune beard front llerkliuer. Ityinnl of Niagara the warmer the scent the quicker doesit
I oor Moore shared the fate of all thiI Moore turned to meet the Varuna's without It. Make up your mind that roM to reply. lie wits an old timer, wag. Others., loping the signal
I there in the end but there was an ezI move took the fire and then under cover f k,a you will be an optimist; that there who hover s)| ol unions", lit had snuio-. quickly Join the first, and there Is an
I dtlog interval which lasted longer of the smoke quickly put tbe helm shall be nothing of the pessimist about thing to say and no mm always mire' of anombluge of waving tails before even
I it takes to tell It." into the Va -t. BI an attentive audience. Farmer Joe, aa !I. lioard.'
"than over sharply and crashed you; that you will carry your own sunshine the least whlinimr
V The Moore was a paddle wheel ateam runa near the starboard gangway re wherever you go. be wan culled, got up slowly, gradually Should the drug prove a doubtful one.
I itlp of 000 tons, rigged out for a fight ceiving her broadside at tbe moment of There Is longevity In the sunny soul expanded himself. to his full height of the hound aopurnte again, and the
Jen and ninety-three men. Her stem and tbe Moore backed clear, gath sides shake with laughter tails of a CalltH'louKllId somewhatshabby when followed up the wagging becomes .
I bid been faced lengthwise with fla ered headway and rammed a second I There Is a wonderful medicinal effect frock coat, held up tho index more and more emphatic until
inllroad Iron, bolted on. She had nC ramming beak, yet was called a ram the vessels drifted alongside and have a magic effect even upon throat ominously and solemnly begun: whine and give tongue and stream off
(Her machinery wits protected by cottoi the crews fought with muskets and pie- Invalids.We ''Mr, 8p>>nker, time honorable gputle- In Indian tile alunu the line of acent.

j bales packed along the bulwarks iron tols. Kennon expected to be boarded I often see a whole store or factoryor mall who him just spoken bus never When the puck la In full cry upon a .
[the hold to the upper deck. Tbe mornIng ana loaded his single after gun wltb home transformed by one sunny read Pope's essay If he bud he would( strong aveut, the tolls cease to wave,
j of April 24. when Farragut'a ship) canister to meet the emergency. He oul. On the other hand. we have seen remember that tho "Maul's time standard but are carried aloft In full ylow. The
flatbed past tbe Confederate torts ot had no men to board the Varuna. But \ i. them blighted and made dark by a of the man." And. sir, arty such sou If woment when the dog most enjoys life
the Mississippi below New Orleans thI < the commander of the Varuna let tbe gloomy, morose fault finding person. as Unit of the honorable, trentleman la the moment when 'ho eights gome.
I Fort Fblllp. Her com and tbe vessels parted.At who preceded me could tie put into the
tfoore lay near chance go by, Christian Advocate. That moment la the time when he
I mender Lieutenant Beverly Kennon, parting with the Moore the Va kull of a lieu and hove us much room wags hla tall most vigorously In orderto
It bad learned bin trade In tide Sam', runa placed five 8 inch shells In tbe .oahr'a Always Drinar. there ns two tl'OJoClIl1I Luke Superior. announce his discovery to hla fellow

navy and feeling a tIght In The air die bull of the Confederate, setting her on Life consists In a series of changes of "He didn't hate to nay. more. The doga.

I not close his eye In sleep but paced J fire. After a sharp fight wltb tbe fresh c tissue, and the human economy Is simply chamber went Intoi I. convulsion' of In tills way, by the habit of assocla- '
tbe deck and about 3:30: a. m. noted tI ram Stonewall Jackson, which she sent so far as its material part is concerned laughter which lusted for several minutes lion he got to wagging hla tall whenever
I bit off.a stir down the river.' ashore in flames! tbe Varuna was a machine and primarily depends after the tail farmer bud resumedbis he was pleased. The more pleased
Steam was up on the Moore In about beached to prevent her sinking la deep on food ns tbe most Important ",,"t. As for the youngster, bo did be la the more vigorously bo was his
I three minutes, and Kennon slowly!; water. Securely anchored and lashedto !: HAVE!: HO MEN LEFT." factor In keeping It In working order. the bent he could. Ida wriggled about, tall ao that the wagging of a dog's tall

I backed her away from Farragut'a ad, tbe trees, her gnns were kept playIng enough for Butler to hear Kennon rponded. < When it ia said that we commence to got red In I the face, Mod to look uncon under pleasurable emotions can be

jvanclng ships, which already- filled thj upon tbe Moore until water covered "Where you were not on baa die as soon as we are born, It of course ('prno'lIInll\ kept bin. mouth cloned. during traced directly to tbe time when the
j channel between the two forta. lIe tbe gun trucks. Meanwhile the nor your army either." means that certain parts of the body the balance of time al'.Klon.--New dog used his tall an a signal' of tho din-
I wanted to reach a bend up the river Moore dropped down stream past tbe .Farragut accorded to Captain Belle, Immediately begin to perish; tbelr existence York News coverof hla prey.-D. I'rovan In Boot-
- (where he hoped to turn with sufficient Varuna but not answering her shots the privilege of demanding the surrei Is ephemeral; they come and tlsb-Atuerlcun.
I room and headway to ram tbe fore for the reason Kennon said that his der of the city of New Orleans Balls go are replenished. and decoy. Theyare FLOWER AND TREE. --'-'-

I most ships of Farragut's fleet. By thaI enemy's decks were crowded with helpless and his first lieutenant proceeded alon,, the dying parts of that system of THE LIMIT WAS REACHED
I time the Moore bad turned,there WE'retwo wounded but the dim reline never\ live more than 2.1O: yours. ;
people.It to the city bull mayor site| which may lust a little while, but _
of Kurrngut'a war sloops close at was broad daylight, and tbe tops claimed authority to make terms, 81 which must eventually yield to tbe Inexorable Ivy has been known\ to live 4.:-.0, chentnut What I>.t Jot When II. A..... for
(hand-tbe Oneida ten guns, and the of several ships could be seen above did ulHO the military commandant, law of nature. Tbe nulls tbe fcilo, oak 1HM( ) and jew :2.XHO;: years. ...1.. la Salary.A .

Cayuga four guns. Kennon'a ship war the trees. Kennon proposed to drift denial Lovell. On the following day, hair, etc., are observable as an instanceof Nothing l< better fur hUll lie plants story was often told by the Into
( balled from the enemy's deck and be down and fight tile advancing fleet, but. April 2(1, Captain Albert Knutz of tbe this decay.. The same rule applies tbau to be set out In n gentle worm Charles L. Tiffany of an Importunate
quickly replied 'The United States his lieutenant exclaimed hotly: "'Vb, Hartford now u rear admiral, wen to every other organ end tissue of tbe ruin, but a cold rain nnd wind are any. rlahman[ who for many years had been
steamer Mississippi! The Mississippi do this? We have no men left and I'll ashore to receive the surrender. The body though It Is not palpable to the Lbiiitt but hopeful I to them. employed as a window washer, Ills
1 was also a paddle wheel steamer but be if 1 stand here to be murdered! mayor still refused to net amid on the naked eye. The skin Is always .peeling. III pluntlng trees un Important point pay hud been rained quite aa often aa
J the distinguishing lights on the Confederate The gallant fellow was already wounded 29th i Karragut hauled down the star Tbe food that Is taken In tbe one hour not to liu fui'KoUen In pressing tho soil was coimlHtent with tbe dignity of himlositlon
musts defeated tbe ruse, and and Kennon nmde no protest when and burs' and ran up the stars amtripes nourishes the system'nod ejects that down upon the roots no. that.they will but he seemed always hungry
the Oneida raked the mysterious black be slapped the helm about to go upstream without the formality of a sui which was takeu the hour before. come lu cks,, contact with It. ((or probably thirsty) fur more. At
I gunboat with full broadside at close out of danger. render. GEORGE I.. KILMER. A pot of flowers. III bud should receive length the firm decided that the limit

, range. When the Moore put about, tbe near How Bird Mlorrato. nil the suimhliie possible, but was rent-hod. Not so I'at. Going one!
One of the companion rams of tbf'1 est enemy was the Pensacola. ThInking flotlryl a the Oori. of tbe smaller and weaker when tho buds. open keep them In morning to the IIHIIT sanctuary, be
Moore the General Qultman, lay burn- the Moore was aiming to ram her One of the odd tblpga the visitor to birds Many like tbe fly catchers, vlreos.wrens shaile, and they will last long.'r. ought audience with Mr. Tiffany.
Ing oil the opposite side of the channel Fensacolu planted a broadside Into .the Burma will notice the large numbs, I, kinglets and bluebirds. In orderto The largest apple' tree III New }:ng- "lood mornln', Mr. Tiffany" he commenced -
. and In the glare of her flames luckless Confederate.' About the same >if bells about the pngodaa. These bell avoid their enemies., the huwka. land is In Cheshire, ('un II. Its trunknnUNiires artfully seeking to preface bla
Kennou saw a Federal gunboat rushIng time the Oneida came up and opened ire usually hung on sacred posts a fev make their long fllghta by night stop one tout ul>ove all root ex- rrand by Uninterested versatlon. I'Oood I ,
aa he described it. "up stream like on tbe Moore. At last the ram wascompletely Feet ultove'the Kroiind. I for rest. and food In the diiytlrne. influents, 13 feet 8,. inches In circumference. !morning 1'utrlck." was thenawe'r
ping I
, in ocean racer belching black smoke crippled. One gu bnd been They are sweet toned, aa all Burmese and bolder ones like the .
The larger
and-flrlug on each burning Confederatevessel dlsmonnted In tbe lust fire. Tier bouts, ells t lire, but they are not furnished hawks and crows, and those of extremely m An orcliard whether young or old, i "Anil bow are ;ye tbla mornln', Mr.rJffany .
to her wheel tbe bead of Tier rudder wltb tongues. The worshiper wb
as she passed. proved ropes rapid flight like the swallows should not be allowed, to grow where 1""Qulte
be the United States'war sloop Varunaof a portion of the engine and a large rouifM to pray before the pugodiitrtkM and humming bird, migrate fearlesslyby b'a"Y'I'rop.. of grass arn taken every well, thank you, Patrick.
ten guns and COO seamen. Without section of the walking beam had been one of these bells wltb a wooden day and there are some like the year. It Is weakening to the soil and "And bow are your wife aud fumlyr -
The cylinder bead bad mullet. This U to attract tbe antes
to out antagonists she shot away. I
topping single Canada geese, which travel Just when detrimental to tbe trcf.
been cracked by falling debris, and the Lion of the god. well thank Patrick. But
, delivered are from both port and star. they choose, by day or night Migrating In Asbaatl there grows a tree resembling Quite you,
board guns at once on everything engine room was untenable owing; to birds usually fly at a height of In the KiiKllaU oak, what can I do for you' this morning"
I float bearinft Confederate llgbta. Ken escaping steam. Several shots bad flar"rl>laor ........... from one to three mtiea\ and this enables which furnishes excellent butter. This "Ol've been thlukln', Mr. Tiffany

; non knew that that madly racing ship penetrated below the water line and One account of un accident to a roya them to see the rivers the mountain vegetable, butter keeps In perfect condition hot 01',.. served ye long and faithful
would destruction up tbe river she was filling with water. motor car Dear ArrKt-la announces thai bees; twenty-folve years and thot 01
carry ; ranges and tbe coast line. Ky all\ tbe year round In aplte of tbe
and also that tbe Moore In her crippled Kennon ran his ship Into the bank fortunately a number of pheasant these they direct their course the old beat.Irlakla. ib'ud have a raise In ine |>."."
. state would be no match for the fleet above the Varuna. She bad fought were" working close by. and with thvlijelp birds remembering the way they; came I "You should be thankful Patrick.
steadily forging up from below. The three hours and taken the fire of five the motor car was righted. TbliHirprUliiK before and the young ones following. Th...... tao Nostril. *. bat you have been permitted) to serve
smoke of tbe Varuna's broadsides and war sloops mounting thirty guns. Ken statement la only tbe reerce Woman's Home Companion. The Indian sager do nut practice ao dlatlnguUbed a bouts aa that of Tiffany a
of the burning ships she bad set Inflames non bad picked up his crew at tbe New of the traditional printer's error their breathing exercises simply for fc Co, for twenty- ye ,eliI''. That

together with the darkness, enabrcd Orleans wharfs. Out of nlnety-thre >y which "Lord X. was stated to bare P......... Tablo c..t..... tile alike of repose und 'sleep). During 'j with what we have already done for ft'
him to Blip away unseen of the sixty-one were killed and thirteen tone out with a party of fiends to shoot In \took entitled "Domestic Manners the Inbreathing energy Is increusod. |! ,rpu should be sufficient iood morn- i
- foe In the wake of tbe Varuna. His wounded. This was without exception pealUnt.."-lx>n stilt gleamed ; the heaviest loss by fighting sustained that with the Inbreathing "O distinguishing blue light the tbat In those days dinner tables were whu believe ,
from the masthead,. and not daring to on any tingle ship during covered by a "nappe." or tablecloth. of pure air there comes! something still neallzlng the futility of further M
lower-It tbe usual way for fear of attracting war. The mobs equilibrist' was balanclnt Upon It were placed a large! saltcellar more vital than oxygen. But the Indians words, he left the r of tbe five vessels fought by the mucb 10 outer office, he waa balled by a chorus
a attention he seized a musket Four tour billiard balls or a cue. bread and for wine but no knivesor have developed tbe art of breath-
; Moore belonged to the advance vaudeville audl cups 'row' the "boys," to whom, bla perlod- ,
from n sailor and shattered It to atoms Governor be: amusement of tbe plates. Tbe reason for the absence In" more than any other people. ,)
division of Furragut's fleet, led cl pilgrimages had become a standing
with well aimed bullet.In snce. of tbe knives arose from the common On of their favorite exereliM-s Is to'
the> race up the river the Varunn by Captain Theodurua Bailey. Captain "Hninpbr growled a young man will practice In vogue of people currying Inhale through the left nostril, to bold' Joke:
Coined for a time and took no notice of Bailey's flagship tbe Cayuga delivered trst on his !fingers. "1'II bet be can't bat their own knives in a sheath attached tlta: breath for a time and then exhale I! "What did you get I'atT'"Faith "
h saucy adversary. In fact the Moore her fire in the first contact wltb the ince a set of books"Exchange. to their girdle.In through the right noMtrll. | ," was the ready answer 01 iItuk
and Moore at thirty yards distance. The exercises la to drink .ot permission to kape me job and 01
wee completely veiled In tbe smoke early work written by Lyd- Another of their
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her broad' .b. York Times. ,
wltb Uf.-Ne'
the shadow of the trees lining the Jueida( raked the ram gate-"Rules for Behavior Table"tbe water through the nostrils, and after It
bank which she bugged purposely to tide at a distance of a few feet and at A man who was once talking guests are told to bring no knives b.. been retained for n short time it Is t1\i
Pensacola clearedout the late Sir Mows )lolltt' ore at a re .t......
baffle pursuit. By using oil In the fur- tbe same time the unsecured to the table, which can only I expelled through tbe nostril. and tbe
twelve men at the bow' gun of the 'eption found tbe conversation so enertalnlng boa tbe bead. Wife-Are you sure you caught this
Dace Kennon soon made enough steamt the mean that eacb one was to keep moutb. This Is acid to
get within range of the Varuna. Itwas Moore wltb shrapnel from howitzer that he completely forgot own knife-tbat la. tbe one be carried Chambers'Journal. lab?
The Plnoln, which at the ace of his companion and wade sominvompliinentary Mr. Oayfello-Of course.
ne&v.rg: dawn and the Moore In her tops. with him-clean. --
fated tbe Varuna along both her port ante time closed on the !Moore belong remark about the I Pratl.. Wife-It amclla very strong.
Sat starboard gangways until she got ed to Farragut's third division. )'lewlub features of a lady who waimining .. A. t1..r"'.. Word. Ilenloy-DI>1 you ever hear bow M Id- Mr. a.yfel\o-StroD8'\ I should say

10 close her guns would not bear. The The Varuna also of Bailey's fleet I by The mistake wan no soon This new meter seems rather small., tier escaped a divorce suit? It t w... It nearly: palled me overboard JI'
Varuna opened on her pursuer and In outstripped them' all In tbe race but er made than U was perceived. doubtfully remarked the householder Bllllntcs-No. How was It? New York Weekly.. :

the savage running fight bad the ad the Cayuga Pensucola and Oneida The unhappy. man began to apologlx.I "Ob. It will Oil tbe bill was tbe anI Henley-Blaiply; by not marrying the
vantage. Her raked the Confedert reached the scene of tbe last battle between >rofusely. '1 a.1t a thousand pardonst guarded response of tbe gas company lady. Prevention Is better than cure, sl.llar.. oat DIsToroat.
guns after [ will so stupid of me to forget You I Boston Transcript.The I make trade I aI-
with horrible carnage. Kennon. the Moore and Varuna soon employee.-Philadelphia Itecord. you know.- Biggs-When : a
enough to eat we. I bg IOU I ,
beached. Kennon look angry want something to boot.
nndlng that his bow gun was too far the Varuna was rays .
Shaft to admit of depression necessary tet Ore to his own ship and was the tot to"devour me. "It I* Impoailble. You weep on a gravestone. It Is the rattles of British American Indiana Digs*-Sam* here and I usually get ,
to strike the Varuna-s hull ran his ves- last to leave her. He was taken onboard "Mr, replied Sir Mooes.forblda.Peter'sThe !I threshold of eternity that you are wet. are frequently made In the term It t later when I kick, mys lf.-Chicago

lei close upon her and Bred through tbe a boat from the Oneida and In Mr religion ting with your tears.-De Malstr. of birds or small animals. ,_ .. News. ., f .
be Jew aa
bulwarks : shot of that sloon. 8. P. Lee.
of bis ow.n. bow.. fbi, tbe captain



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y 2'I EAST COAST; ADVOCATE, :MAT 23, 1002.

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. NOTICE. '; ", .!:, 'Owner. Description af Land Seo. T. R. A. ',Am't. .:' Owner, .',\Deecriptlon af Land Sec. T. R. A. APart
', I ,', Smith! Lyon aDd. Wm IInde.} .., l t I,bound west by Woot-
I Flett ... .. :Begin 60 feet east of outhwe- '' en, north by Hammond, east
l is hereby given that the following described:,lands will be sold at corner Qf lot 10, run east 48feet3.north '. by Gould and south by :Mulberry

j NOTICE auction on the 2nd day of June, 1902, at Titusvllle, in the County 60 feet, west 4G street, Coooa. . . a3 24 S6 2 '
of Brevard, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for feet, south 60 ft'et,being part Julia Hall. ... ,; Northeast 3( of lOot 1ft, plat of

taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and ad- of.lotsS, 10, of block F, 'Xltus'VllIe Indian River City . . 33 24 38 1 !

vertising. . . . . . 322 81 3 89J Charlotte narris.. Northeast 34 ot lot 28, plat of
: E LanQuette. ... South at Jot black 6, TitunUle Indian River Cit,.. .. : . 33 24 36 4 I.
.. . ... 3:1:1: Si 1 89 Wm lUndle. .. . Lot n, as shown by aSlLellsor' '

l'8 n J Brown..... .. Lots OltO, block 11, ...le. 3:12 M 497JaIQ.Nettlea. plat of Cocoa . . . 33 U 36 4 '.
A OWNER. DESClUPTION. g fnij i .. . I.otTDlockl0TltusvUle. .. .. 3 22 84 1 59BSAdams. Wm Guenthner LOot 8, 9, Singleton' 2nd addition .

I ........ !A . . Lot S block 28. TltlJ8Vllle. . 3 22 3IS 91 tOo OocQa. : . . . S3 24 36 3 (
I .I.:. aFGTi o W' Grlgga. . .. LOots b, 7, block A, Fillher' ad- James J FInn. . 1051,2,3,4,8. . . . . 1 2.j, 17 151 6))
i, I' r7J ""'1 4 -40."' dltlan Tltu"ville . . . 3 2$ 36 8 01 N GuJbraD. . North ofnQrtbwe tMsOouth- .

1 T Price . . Lot 4, block B, Flsht'r's addftion I west 3, of southwest 3(, and
E B Cartt'r. . .. North 23 acres Oof south halt of Tituaville . . . 3 22 3IS 8 01 lots 9, 10.. . . . .. . 1 24 371M 6 ;
lot :Z. . .. . .., .. S6' 20 8.t 23 $040 ZNickole.. ... :. Lot 27 'Joyoervlllt', anadditloD A Gulbransen. . Southeast3 less north 40 acres 2 24 37 120 I a
W A Oane. . . North % of lot 8. . .. . 36 20 34 40 2 71 to '1'}tlllfVilIe. . . . . -8 22 35 1 C6 Q M We tQn.., . South 3{ Qf southeast 3:( of. 1

( T Napier ..... to North 3' Oof South: 36 Qt Wm. Jemll\a Nlckole. .. Lot 2H. .Toynerville, an addition northwest U. . . .. .. 14 24 31 20 2 r.

GarvIn Grant . .. .. 24 to Titusville . . . . 8 22 83.. 2 45fosephine James Finn . Lot J . . . . . .. . 6 23S 6 11
wt :. . . . . .... 37 20' 31) OO 1008EWDlIlJs. OQbb. .. Lots 28, 20, 81, nerdell's addl- .' A S. Olevland. .. South 3( of lot 2. . . . 2 25 :l1I 8 I N
.:J. ..... .''. North 3( of Acoats Grant. ,.. ;14. ,' tlob' Titusville . . . 3 22 36 8 01 AS Olnland.. :, North 23 feet of lot 3. . . 2 25 311 1.1-6. 11
88 20 31) 900) )( 21 07 Benj.YoungEst.. ( ). LOot '41 nerdell's addition 'XItust Be J. llagg: .. . North 1-3 of south 103( chains

7 PAMyere. .. . Lot22Aurantiaadditionnum- {lIe . . .'. . .. 8 tt IJ'J 1 21 Qf lot 4. . . . . . 2 25 36 10 1 6
her 1. platted In book 0, :M D Metzer. ... . Lot 41, block 36, plat In Deed Martha E Sullivan, 1 acre In northeast 3' af northeast -
v I pages; 4,11,6, Valusia caunty. 88 20'M b>> 2 10 Book I, page 005. . . . 4 22 M 2 11 M, west Qf R. If. . . 9 25 S6 1 I 2

q :H E March. ... .... I.Qt2J: AurautlaaddltlanDom- : BenJ. Block 4 .plat In Deed Book I, Sara R Wynn. . South 2Dacres of lot 1, de -'
bel' 1 platted In Book 0., ; page 000. . . . . 4 22 M 1 89 Bribed Deed Book 0 C, page

pages; 4, II, 6, VQlusia county 38 20 M IS 2 19 :r r Turner. .. 4 acre square (III southwest corner .' ., 114 . . .;:, . . ., 14 23 86 21 6 r.
;UDknawn. .. ....... LOot 6AurantlaaddItIOon) Qf northeast y of north- Sara R \Vtnn. . South 138 acres ot southeast y 15 23 36 13ij 21 5
} ,' her 1, platted In Book 0., I west. . c. .. .. 4 22 M 4 2 41 PE Peck. .. .... lots S, 4, G, block 0, plat af
4,11,8, Volusia county 38 20 2S IS 2 19 Chas K Kenyon.. .. Northwest ( of northwest U, Coquina. . . ,'' . 23 26 36 2 3 0
OA Sackett.. .... LoB: gee Aorantlaaddl lonnum- less 2 acres tOo Feaster, and A V IlI cQck.l.+ .. Part lOot 1, and Qt northeast U
t!! ber' 1 platted" In Book 0., begin 313 feet south af northwest of northeast 3( Oof section 24,
f pages 4, b, e, Daunty. 38 20m: 8* 1 90y corner of northeast 3{ and part of lOot 2'ot section 19,

Sackett Bras. . Beginning at southwest Darner of northeast 3(, run east I .. described Deed Book Xpagef" .

f y of lot A, of Aurantle addition feet, south 22a feet west 90 I 138 .. . ... . . . 2-4 86
I number north 1210 feet, feet,and north 22'J teet. . 4 22 36 %18' I 64 . . . 19 2 37 3i 6 4
I west 4&i feet, south 1210 feet E r Northeast 3( of northeast 3,. 5. 2'J 83 40'( '123 A V Iliecock .. ... Part lots 3 and 4 of section 24,
f) and east 4&1 feet . ... 38 20 35 13} 5 04 J amen Daniels. . North A Bores. of-- south- i6: :; of .. and part lOots 4: and II of seetion .
TTn1rn.n'u7n. u All T._ n..aYQO Grant ... . 40 20 M 20 2 71 northeast K : 02235 6 189JWCarllle 19, d'scribel\Det'd Book I

Win M Dallam i.::::: :All Segul f Grant. 42 20 :35 84:181 'illS 72 .... North X of east it of southeast K, page 138, and O 452. . 24 36.

"I Won M Dallam.. All Segui: Grant. . . .. 44 20 3tJ8 226 X northwest X. . . 5 22 85 5. 1 89 . . .-. :. 19 87 8 4
Wm II Dallam... ... All Segul Grant.. 45 20 85 8JOf 480 A Hadley.. .. .. North % of lot 1, all lot 2 and W P Clement (et all Lots. 17, 18, plat of Georgiana, 25 25II8

WmMDallam..:. All Segul Grant. 37.213& 891 497. southeast k of southwest U. 6 23 85 100 6 27 . . . . . 30 25 8T 21 233

l D A Gooper ... .., Part of southwest of northeast A nadley. ... .. . Southeast M of northeast >4 and' JBParker. .. ,. ... Eastof southwest y4. . 26 25 36 80 49;
J(, described Peed Book northeast 3a of southeast:. 6' 22 85 80 2 56 J It Thompson .. Part lot 2, described Deed Book

I D. D., page 163. 3 20 85 \4\ 5G7 A Had ley. . . Lots 3,4. . . . . . 8-22 85' 90 2 49 }'F, page 45 . . . . 6 25 37 6 1 S'
I0)U W Darling ..... East >4 of northwest of lot 2. 3 20 85 10 2 71 East Coast Realty' .' John Shlppie ... South 88 j acres Qt lot 2, and all

.) 0 Hosier. .. ... I.QtlaraUtractional( ). 7 20 85 51 3 84 Company :. J.' Lots 2, 4, 6, 8,10,12, 14, 16, 18, lots 3 and 4, except south 5 .
D Olin.Olark (et al) North 28 acres of lot 2. 12 20 35 28 4 52 20, 22 of Wilbur's subdivision acres and less 6 acres In lOot 2 '

Butler Campbell South 13 acres of southwest 3of U of north 20 acres of Delespiue tOo Thompson . . .. .. 6 25 37 138 10 3''
northeast >(, south 11 acres Grant . . . . .. 3 2285 '. 1204 JJFox. . .. . Lots 1, 2,10 tOo S7, 30. 41, 43 to
of lot 1 and north % of lot 2. 13 20 85 71 7 83 East Coast Realty r 6a inclusive plat of 1IQrt!. 1

E B Carter......... West 20 acres of lot i.lot 2 and Company . .. All, except Wilbur's lubdlvJon' . . . . . . . IT
northeast >;! of southeast 3a. 81 20 35 00 8 96 of Delesplne Grant. . . 3 22 S3 100 6 67. . . . . . . . 18 25: 3T 8Ia:
Mrs E! M Edmund East Coast Realty ,' Jennie A SlngletQn. North 55 acres Qf southeast/( 23 37 53 4 9.

; I on... .. ... .. South % of southeast X of Company . All Delesplne Grant. . . 9 22 85 940 70S) E :Steinhauser... South 10 acres Qf southeast q
northeast %; of southwest K81 20 35 5 1 51 "" l of southeast 34 . . . 10 25 37 10 4 11
fI X T.Bowen ...... $Southwest of southeast( of Company.Coast Realty. ... Lot north % of lot 2, west U : I D IUscock.. .. . South S 7-10 acres Qf lot 1, and
10 1 89
81 20 35 north 1-3 Qf north
southwest H-; of northeast K and northwest 36 Qf lOot 2,
Oeo Hunt. ,...4... Lot3.; ... 19 20 36 37 123 Vi of southeast >(, Delespine and part lOot 3 . . . lIS 25 37 80 4 4-1:

i Unknown. .. .... .. Northwest Ji of southwest ii. 16 21 34 40 1 30 Grant . .,.. /... . .. .. 10 22 85 '415 640 0'A Failln .... LOots 2, 4, Cocoa Beach Association -
F S Sabate ... .. ... North 3 acres of southeast x'* of . . . . . 26 25 37 1 SO
East Coast
21 35 3 123 Realty E C W .. . Lot
southeast J( of southwest 5 Company . Northwest U and north U of ethy. 7 F block A, Cocoa Beach
Christina 0 Bran South 8 acres of southeast >; of southwest 3a Delespine Grant 15 '22 35 433 10 08 Improvement Association. 26 23 3'7 1 61:
southeast fa of southwest ". 5 21 35 8 fl 40 o II Williams (EISt.) South 734 acres Qf lOot 4. .'. .31 2S: 37 n 4 9;

John Aepinwall.:... Northeast' % of northeast fa 7 21 35 40 1 59 East Company Coast Realty. _. . All, Delespliie. Grant . . 16 22 M John Asplnwall. Northwest of northwest);(.. g 21 25 40 2 71 II Williams (Eat.) North 20 acres af lot 1. . . 6 26 37 20 741E
F E Sackett. ... North fa of northeast fa of \ Company Coast .Bealty. .. All, DelespineGrant\ . . 21 22 35 640( 788 udisill... . South 12 70-100 chains Qf lot anJ 1
38 feet on land to
southwest! 34, less Coast except Ramsey
{ east side .. . . . . 8' 21 35 lit S 81 East Realty'. . All fraction Delespine Grant. 22 22 35 500 753 Carpenter . ., . . 6 26 37 20 12 IS
I BM: Hawthorne... ., Lot 9, re-sobdlvlsian I of lots 1, East Company S Oarpente. .. . Part lot I, described Deed Book
19 20 21 Coast Realty 84of n, 21S5. . . . . 6 26 37 6j403
2,7.8,9,14,17.18( Company . . All, Delesplne Grant. . ;. 27 22 35 788 page
23, and west 0,4 acres of* lot East Coast J N Chalker. . Part lOot 3, described Deed Book
Hawthorne's lat Realty Z, 641). . . . 6 26 37 101 6 32
2aof: 3. K. .Company . All, Delesplne Grant . 28 22 85 C40 7 98East page .
+ subdivision . 16 21 35 16T 6 17 M A, Stewart. . Strip 2 chains and 82 links wide

$ :Elijah A Sackett. Part of south \- of northwest Company Coast! .Realty. . East. H. Delesplne Grant . 83 23 a 5 &'M 480 across Indian Merritta island from
fa described DeeCBook S. Rivt'r to Banana River
East Coast
'!, page 7. . . .. . . 17 21 35 5! 5 57 Company Realty. ... All Delespine Grant. . . 9 23 35 640 7 08 being a part of lot 3, described -

Unknown. ,. . West % of southwest 3' o.f A A Brown. . Houth }{ of southeast >i. . .. .3 22 30 80) 407 Deed Book DD, page
c 1 southeast fa of southeast 20 21 35 5 2 45 Joe Lennon . Lots. . . . . .. . .. 23' 35 00 316 285 . . . . . . 6 26 31 6t 7 513.MEnnis.
. . South
: .
of northwest 3 acres of lot 3. and north
of northeast %
Clla B Wainwright Part J E IMcknon... .. Part of northeast 3of northeast -
J(, described Deed Book described Deed Book 13{ acre of lOot 4 . . I 6 26 37 I 6; 6 82

S, pages 188 and 198 . 20 21 35 6 *:ii\ 19 K, H, 117. . . . 25 23 8i > 2 10'' ]II J Allen .. . South 113{ acres Qf north 1234
Florida Loan and page northeast south- acres of lot 4 . . . 6 26 87 11; 6 32
H. Tiffin . of 34,
I Trust Company North >{ of northeast fa of Nartbg of northeast U, and Calvin Thigpen. South 72-100 chains of lot 4. 6 26 37 8t 6 0'.1JABaothe.

southeast fa: of northwest fa, ) J( of southeast 34. 13 23 30 160 1234 .. .:.: Lot 14 DicksQn's subdivision
f . 20 21 35 31 Qf lot 1 af section 7 and lots.
less acre to Butler .2.,28I .
36 Thos A :Bell.. . Lots 5, 4,,, 5, subdivision of Gov.
John Butler.. .... Part of southeast' fa of northwest lots 1, 2,3 . . . . 16 23 86 117 8 40 lan4l2ofaection! 8. . . 7
J ,east of R.ll. in northeast t 1. subdivision of GOV. lots . . . . . . 8 26 37 20 9 jOL
'M..T r> >k Lot
V. < An. .
corner . . . .. 20 21 35 Ii' 1 51 .-------- 2,4: 5 . . c. . . 19 23 36 2'7. 80::L J A Boothe.. ." . Lot 111. Dickson's subdivision

B F llerndon . South K of northwest fa ofsouthwest Fred Whitlock . South 6 acres af north 2936 of .lot 1 of section 7/ and
I' fa of northwest % 20 21 35 .: ,,0." 1 89 acres Qf lOot 1 . . . . 22 23 86 a 1 81 I lots 1 and 2 of section 8. . 7
3 northwest : . . . . 8 20 87 9 9 70
y\ A Stanley . . Part of southwest( of 16 Qf lOot S and ?'
Tiffin. . South acres
U ... ... 20 21 35 I t 2 8 01 H J north 2-3 of lOot 4. . ,. . 22 238: SB 14 81II ) John Carson. .... Lot'4. .I . . . . 14 26 87 83 1102
4escbed Book Annie E Carson. Lota: . . . . . 14 26 87 78 602
. Deed
Mary L TaylorJacksonvllle.Tampa. Part lot J''1itl1n. . . Southwest 3(. . . . 24 23 S6 160 49H :r
; fit V 101. . . . . 28 21 35 .. 35 301 John Carson ..... I.ot" and southeast Ji of southeast -
/ page J Tiffin. . . Southwest U Qf northeast 34, U. . . . . . 15 20 37 90 't ;.1
$ Railway Southeast af northwest J Annie E Carson I.tltl: and northeast! of southeast -

and Key West 3 in town plat of LaGrange I northwest 3( of southeast . . . . . 15 26 87 III 7 71

Company i. acres . .. . ..... 28 21 83 3 3 6fi and northeast 3a Qf southwest J A Boothe...,. . North 13: acres of lot 1. . . 17 20 37 W: 10 93
of southwest fa 34. . . . . . 23 23 16 100 0 11 j jII r B J Hilliard. . South >. of lot 1, Plat In Book
: south
A. J All
west of 1C. R.. . . ,... 28 21 85 42 27 J Tiffin. .. .... LOot 4, a.d west; 3 of eou' O, page! 751\ . . : 20 26 37 5 4 03-
. 2723 86 58 68 4tIf I
of southeast .
Unknown. ... .. .. in northeastcorner 34 John Aspinwall Lot 5, plat in Book 0, page 751.. 20
,: Triangular of piece southwest fa of J Tifiln . .. Southeast U Qf northeast U, . . . . . . 21 26 3T 11 11 VB
bound west by eastM af southwest 7t, and R 0 Creech.. ;. .. South 4 2-3 acres of lot'lO plat '
southwest fa 86 23 36 160 783:I
. . . 28 21 83 U 1 81 southwest J4 of southwest 3a in Book Q, pages 744 and 747 21
{ R. R . . .
11 . of lot S, subdivision John R White. .. Northeast . . . 1:1: 23 37 160 4 06M I . .. . . . . 28 26 87 fl g 23-
B S Smith... corner
j t Northwest of northeast fa of J Walker. . of 3. . . .. 1:1'2337: 10 16 I John.Asp.nw.ll.. South 2-8 Qf lot 1. and of north-

northeast>( . . . 29 21 85 2 1 06 Alice)[ Fish . Begin 1\1\, M-l00 chains east section of east 3( af northeast 3(. . 22 '26 87 62 w
northwest corner af John Aspinwall. South 2-8 of
Emma Wallace.. South *4 of lot 31. subdivision of northwest K of
+ ,,' < northeast fa of northeast 3'. 29 21 35 5 3 01 20, run south 1261400: chains, northwest y . . . .. 23 26 37 26 3 BKulllZ
of northeast east to Banana River and hnd. ,.. ... South 2 1-3 acres Qf north 1236
D L Alderman... Part of northwest fa
I and part of northeast northeast' to section line and .' of lot 2... . . . . 28 26 37 2} 342
fa, described west 27 chains to beginning. 29 23:17: 1121. 8 01J M E Ensey.. .. Lots 3 and 4, plat of Stewart's

I fa in of Deed northwest Book G 3(, 323 29 21 35 10 7 00 Mrs E V Dall. . Hand. . . . . 31 28 17 79 II 84 homestead . . .. . 33.
page I
Joseph L'nn. . Lot I, subdivision Qf lot 2. . 86 23 lIT 10 1 110 34 '28 37: 8 M 90
,l M E Coats .. ... .. Lot 5, subdivision of northeast of lot 3. . . . .. 86 23 87 20 491:1 12 .
+ of northeast fa . . 29 2lm: 5 2 46Emma'Vallace A MOady . .. North } G F Ensey... . Lot ,platof Stewart's homestead -
ry fa of publio /: M Martan. .. South K Qf lOot 3, and north 25 . .. . . . . 33
.. went
North 4 acres 4Jf lOot 6 . . . 36 23 117 45' 1 53
in southwest} of northeastK acres . . . 34 26 37 1C* 9 40A
road .. . . .A. . . 29 21 35 4' 1 06laoksonvllleTampa A A Degrauw (Est). South 3{ of 'northwest U af Bennett. .... .. Lot 1. northeast fa of northeast
northeast of, lees triangular fa, less north 10 acres .. 34 26 37 68 4 93
piece east public\ road and Gleason Brothers
and Key West of triangular piece In southwest and Company. Undivided 2-3 Interest' In all .. 1 27 36 640 1300
northeast J
way Northwest southwest 3 f> of. . . . 28 21 35: 10 2 I 49 carner of northeast 34. . 10 24 86 20 3.91 A J Perry (receiver) Undivided }' Interest in all.. 1 27 36 640 6 liS
Mary A Darlan . Part lot 3 and south part of east Gleason Brothers
40 226
80 21 85
flJnV"lI'\oeagent( ) Northeast X of southeast J(. )4 of southwest 34. . . 17 24 36 III 18 81 and Company. Undivided 2-8 interest in all
of east 25 acres
H T Allen. ... West acres
It ofsouthwest34ofawutheaat3( 32 21 35 15 6 27 FRVeomltt. ... ... North36of northeast j' except east fa of southeast fa 2 27 36 500( 9 40
east / Qf northwest 34. . 19 286 160 4 14 A :J Perry (receiver Undivided '
'I. 1-8
) interest in all
E ... .. subdivision of Gov. ,
:J Bennett.
Lots 0, 7, . 20 .
. . 33 21 85 9 6 27 A S Brown: .... .... LOot 4,117zon'a subdivision. except east % of southeast 227 36 600 4 03
Est. lot2-subdivision' of Gov. lot 2 83 21 85 9 4 97 . . . . . 21 24 86 19 753 Wm McCabe. ... West & of northwest fa ant
BenJ. Young ( ) Lot 8
J G Kock .. .. Southwest J of northeast U,
3 M Strickland .... Part of block 10,described Deed .0 ot :northwest and went % of southwest 3(. . 3 27 36 160 032
east 3{ 34, Gleason Brothers
Book G G page 1I0.IUce'. addition '21 33 1 74Ben. northeast 3(0f southwest U 23 24 86 160 6 67 and Company. Undivided :2-3 interest in
Titusvflle 33 east
Young(Est.). I.Qtlandeastll\feetoflat2.: 3-121 85 68 45 00 Wm Guenthnl"r.... Sautheast }.. . . . . .. 26 24 80 lCJ.O IS 10 %, and east & ofwt'stU. 32736 480 713
Oonoordia Land and A:J receiver
) Perry ( Undivided
Benj. Young (Eat.). North part of lot 2. not 'etn ) 1-3 interest in east
in Coleman's addition Improvement As- ofsQciatiQn. K, and east % of west X 3 27 30 480400
braced acre . . Southeast 34 of northwest 3(, 011 Can over... . South % of northwest fa of'
to Tltusvllle, except }, '
. 821 35 7 5 87 allli northeast 34 of sauthwelltU. northeast fa, south & of
to Norwood . . 'SO
. . . . 26 U 36 6 17WinGuenthner. northeast
WS Norwood. .. lot 1 described 'f,and southeast M 27 38 260 829
Part of Gov. ,
Deed Book EE, page 211 . 31 21 35 189 . Southeast southwest 34 of. .northwest, ; . 3. (. .of. 28 2-1 36 10 1 801m Wm Gleason McCabe Brother. . LOots. Ihnd 4. . . 9 27 30 73 1420

Si J P Turner. .. .. Lot 5 strip on north .
except Ooleman's addition Guenthner. South part of lot 3, described and Company. Undivided 2-3 Interest In south
; side, block B, 27 24 86 5 S 66
Rook K MI .
TItusville . . 34 21 33 10 08 Deed page\ }f of southeast fa of northeast .
II T Denton... ... Begin 400 feet north of southwest '
block O fa, west } of
JF Turner .. .. .. Lots 4,6 7. 8,0,13. 13 corner of lot 6, run .. $ southwest
4 3D > of northeast
Coleinan'sadditionTitusvilleBegin 34 21 85 ti fa, north %of
} north 33 feet, east to river,
M E Norwood.M . 103: feet north of north- northwest3of northeast 34
south 33 feet and west to beginning -
north of of .
I east corner of block D, 00011'man' . . .. . 28 286 1J B 04( southeast% southeast fa
addition to 'Iltu vUle, fa, of
WJ Hender... .. Begin 403; feet north of south northeast fa of southeast
103 25
run north 75 feet, west fa 10 27 36 100
west corner of lot 5, run A J
Perry (receiver) Undivided interest
cast 103 In
1feet/ south
feet south ; 1
y ,1 feet'. .. . . ... .... 84 21 35 4 21 south north :S3 n feet feet and, east west to to river beginning -, :o.. % southeast fa of northeast -

E Norwood.JH . Lots and 5, block( 4. 2 50 .. . . . 28 24, 30 1J 804 fa of fa northeast, west'. of southwest
Si 21 33
dition 1'Ituavilie I fa, north 3{of <
Vondy. ........ All block 3, Titus addition to E Kelluin . . Begin 396 feet north northwest fa of northeast fa
Tltusvllle . . . . 34 21 35 5 27 of southwest corner of lot 5, north X of southeast! fa of
H: E Norwood. . South 3r of southwest' Jtf. .... 19 :21 36 80 3 84 run north 67 feet, east to southeast fa and north % of .
1" TN Decker. .. .. East % of lot 2. west H of lot 3, ,,' river, south 67 feet and west northeast fa of southeast fa. 10 27 36 100 '3 27
block O, Titusville 3 22 35 6 27 to beginning . . . .. 23 24 86 21. .730NMFUh Wm McCabe. .. . and south \i of eont iweat3d -

W A Ronald . Begin 85 feet east of southwest .. ., Northeast fa of southeast 3(, of southeast 3( . 10 27 36 840 6 20
corner of lot 10, run east 25 northwest 3( of Northeast fa, Gleason Brothers' "
feet north 60 feet, west 25 and southeast fa of northeast 'and Company South }4 of northwest fa of
feet, south 60 feet being part ** . . 30 24 86 130 474 northeast fa, south }2 of
of Iota 8 10 block F, Titus Wm Hlndle. .... Northeast part of lot 32: Dl'on'vaddition northeast fa of southeast U *

ville .,. .,. . . .. ..... 3 23: 85 300 Cocoa . . . 33 24 36 1 23 north { of southwest fa or



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Owner.. Description of Land. Sec. T. R. A. Am't. -
Owner Desorlptlon of Land Sec. T. R. A.
Am't.and Owner. Description of Land
southeast See T. R. A. Am't.Gleason .
}f, and south 35 of

southeast U of southeast J-, north tj of northeast L .

northeast of southeast northeast i'3j of Gleuon Brothers of southeast 31: ... 33 27 36 220 6 54 southwest northwest >l i i,, mouth west N JI of of

northeast U, south %. of and Company . Northeast !i of northeast ; northeast Jl of southwest }of/
southwest south 01 .i south JiJ of southeast >{
U"of northeast 3j northwest
U. 10
27 36 160 southwest
BrothersodCompany 668 I northeast 3-. north of If, north >B of r
n i
An undivided 2-3 interest in nort beast!( of northwest-0 north northwest Jv of tf southwest of southeast 3of i- '
north X of southwest X of 8outh.If northwest t4 ofnorthwest '
nort beau, U 34, south of southeast f4: and south >} .of
north. 3i of 3y
northwest J of northeast U .. lIouthwl.'st-! northwestj Brothers southeast !t.4 of southeast > A 27 37 400 11 42:

South if of 01 north 3G of southeast of I ",I
northeast 34
V and Company.. An undivided 3-3 Interest (in
northwest if south northwest 3 south, 31 of
i -
> of ; south of
J-B northeast { of ; 3'
southeast i of southwest 3j of northeast 4
northwest U Ij ( "
north *' of southwest 3of north 3s of southeast ofnortheset r northwest :li south 3j I of
t. southeast 44 of northwest 14
northwest U, north itf of ... south ,s of .. north H of northwest J of
northeast Ji of northeast U of southeast ( \
southwest X tj L S
South >a of southwest }f of I south } of northl'8st4 of d northwest'j of, south southwest la }of "
southeast southwest )-. south of 4't 'i
U, north % of south of southwest )( ( I
eoutheaetj of southwest a
of southeast / ., southwest
t4, north > of
and north 3' of southwest of ,
of \4 .
northeast ;
southeast of
J4 14 northwest }
P AOf southeast %. . . 11 27 36 180 7731 .. southeast U. and south ;34 of / north >i of nurthl"alOti' of{
(receiver) undivided 1-3 southeast 3i of southeast ; 3.1 27 36 280
1JPerry Interesn Gleason Brothers 4" .10 06 southwest 14 south JII of
north % of southwest ii of and Company. undivided : 1 ; \ .d northwest 14 of southeastt-, 27 37 IGO'I. 6 71 ?
northeast \t: north J of '. south 2-3 interest In A ;J Perry (receiver) Ah undivided l-'l: interest in ,; ,
northwest of of northeast U. u northeast;'of southeast o of ;t::, south .*4 of northeast 3j of .\. .
south W northeast ii" of north ;.f I. i northwest 14 south 1B of '
southwest r ,
northwest if, south & of 4 nortbe"Mt : southeast 14 of northwest ;j S v
southeast !4" of northwest U f north 3j of northwest 34; or. ;. north >i of northwest ;4 of !
3 north U o( southwest % 01 I northeast 3-. south 3s of \I'. northwest '4, south 3j of ,0
northwest % north J of northwest J- northwest of
Vf southwest 14": "
south of of,
I northeast U of southwest >f 35 southeast ;4 south 3o of southwest J| of
south % of southwest U of northwest ;-. north 3e of s southwest4 north J. of '.
southeast southwl'stoS!: ot northwest ;j. i
%, north i of southeast 14 of northwest 'I} ;
4. ," I
north 3' tit t(
southeast of southeast U. northwest J-4: ofnorthwest north >i of northeast. >4 or ;
north >B of northeast if of 3d, south ;3, of southwest V4: and south '4 of j

Brothers southeast U. . . . 11 27:1IJ ISO 6Glenon 05 ,1 1jison north southwest of 34 southeast southeast 3of. northwest >4 of southeast yj 7 27 37 180 .,4 8I t
Gleason Brothersand ,
[mil Company. Northeast % of northeast southeast and northeast 3- S -S .'1',
U, Company. South 31 of southeast rv
: of southeast J ( af
south 34 of northwest of . ,33 27' 88 240 7 21 } ,
northeast K A J Perry (receiver) An undivided t..3 interest In northeast %, north 7lJ of
U. north is of south 3+i ot southeast 3of southwest 31 of northeast }f,

northeast of "
northwest ,
14 northeast north >n of southwest ? of .'
31, north ;3ti of 4
northwest !% of northwest i-f
southwest of northwestnortlieest fsoutheAHt ( of
U northeast .
of Ji,
south 36 of southwest '
U north tb of northwest 3of 0' f4, north 3s of ''S
northwest 7(, north U'of ; of i
northeast uj4i south of northwest4 southeast\ ;4",
southeast M of northwest i+f. .,, ''ti ., \ northeast 3' of northwest; 3A south >i of northeast ,i of !(;
south > of southwest if of southwest J north of
south N of southeast 3j ofr 4 }. S :i
northeast 7(, north 36 of ;, IJlOrthwf'\.tt 3- north southeast ,14 of southeast }(
35 of
southeast of northeast )(1 southwest 3- of northwest 3- south >i of southwest !3of,
'south % of northeast ii r ," I'' north 36 of northwest of southeast >4 southeast jj of
southeast U, south 3 U of northwest Ut south !Jj of southwest >4 . . 7 27 37 220 7 4}
southeast i- of southeast 3j -o Gleaaon Brothers ,
north 36 of southwest 3of ....:.. .. fj ..eoutheaet. 3j1eoutheaet3 and Company An undivided! 2-8 interest In
....... .
u" ..... ... ...... ..
southeast i{, northwest ij of PAd. I.: "f .tI' .t t. .". 0" n. "
and northeaet3 6' U, ov a ., .
southeast south of A J Perry (receiver An undivided; ; r lnI:rent In
M, if ofsoutht'aatU.. . . 34 27 36 220 501 ) 1.8 I
northeast M of southwest i(', Gleason Brothers east N of southeast . 8 27 37 80 4 a b1,
southeast % of southwest >-. and Company. Northeast of northeast E 'V HlgglliS . South 1 acres of southeast 3- ti
south _*4 of southwest U of ... south U 01 northwest Ut of northeast 3j . . 8 27 37 10 ::01 42
southwest i-% and northwest northeast ,f, north {t or of :John Aspinwall. I'art lots I sad :I. tp"c'rlbt-d!

ii of southwest ii . .. 11 37 30 420 12: 001 northeast 34 of northwest llt't'd Hook 11, page lOa. . D 27 37 31 2 42
Brothers Glpallon Brothers
.5 South U of northwest
and .. An undivided 2-8 interest in northwest 3d, north' Sj U of and Oompany. Lot 1. . . . . 10 27 37 16 2 16 I ;
north K and' north 36 of southeast J. of northeast Oleallon Brothers
southeast undivided of southwest u.. 12 27 .33 340 4 42 south ;6 o(southwest ;- U.of ; S and Company .. An undivided 2.3:) Interest In'' I
JPerryreoetver( ) An 1-3 interest in southeast' U. north ) of west 36 of southeast tic. and .
north %, and north % of lIoutheltit! 3 of northwest G U, west; ;\' of northwest J.(. . 11 'J7 37 1110 3 80 -
southeast ).( of southwest K- 12 .27 30 340 2 60ilmson south J'Of southwest 3j ofnorthwest AJ Perry" (receiver) .o\n IIlIti,vldt'tl 1-:1 Interest In '',
Itason Brothers Wt'lit" of southeast and f
U. south of
ind Company. .. Southeast ii north of southwest 3j west of northwest 3L .
% northeast Ji of southwest U. 11 27 37 1'60 3 28 '
iaS north \ of south G't'IISOIi
northwest Brothers
; .
west &. of southwest M, and (soutl eahsE e3i t'stlllth and 011I11 . Lots
( or pall y 1 an12. . 11 :n 37 1"0' 4 09
south M of southeast 3of southeast U. and north 3q of ;John A.plllwal! Northeast 3f of 8Iutht'8"t 3j. ,
southwest % . . . U 17 S6 280 15 8/\/ southwest' y of southeast 3j. 327 36 280 0 43 exreptsouth" llnrrrs.. . ;, 11 27 37 3& 883.
Brothers Gleason Brothersand Chilli. loOlIYt'IU. ,. North 3e or lot 3. and "XC.tllI" onWI'lItII1.I" i

and Company An undivided 2-3 interest in Company An undivided 2-8 Interest In . . . 11 27 37 20 10 80
east 3-4 . . . 13 27 36 80 15 50 all. . . . . 33 27 86 010 71 8 H Q GIt'IUOII. .. . "'mlth 36 of lot Sl.11t1, / excess on 1
!Perry (receiver) An undivided interest in AJ: Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In west side. . . . 11 97 37' 35 8 83 1

east 3-4. . . . . ... 13 27 aa 480 2 98 all .. . ; . 33 27 36 (.1O 3 8.1: May H Lockwood." J.ot2. . . 12 27 87' 10 117 ;
lesson Brothers Gleason Brothers 1.1) Lockwood... Northwest: ;. . : . 12 27:17: 1010 1020
and Company. :An undivided 2-3 interest in and Company. .. An undivided 2-3 :Interest In tilt-allou Brothers ,

allAn . .. . . . . . U 27 36 640 7 18 all . . . . 36 27 36 IHO 718 and Comm pany. EII"t M' of southeast/ U. and 1
Perry (receiver) undivided 1ineresin A J Perry (Ncelver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In rlOit Jlt'lIl1t4 of northeaetj? a 27 37 120 '7 78 ;

all . . . . . . 14 273ft 640 3 82 all. . . . .... . 3/1 27' 311 640 3 82 Mary \V I 01l1lt'n.. North :3.1. acres ot lot 1. . . 14 27 li7 3:1: J1 68 yj
ileason Brothers II n Rrowll. . .. Lot 2. . ... . . . 1 27 37 2526.. I ;5 John Lots Valid V. plat of -
and Company. An undivided! 2-3 interest in II D Brown. . North 3y of southeast of ...... wall dt'lIcrlbt'.llJ..t't! Book :Xpage :

all . .. .-,. . . . 21 2f 3ft 640 8 84 northeast 3d.i .' 2 27 37 20 :2 fJ: 750 . . . 14 27 37 21 062. a
Perry (receiver) An' undivided 1SInterest: in A S Coyer. . . North 36 of southwest; of John Aspinwall Lot bound north by tot Y of

allAn . .. . . . . 21 27 36 640 4 85 northeast and north- 5-' A"r.l"wlIlI, south by road )
lesson Brothers southeast ( of northwest;i. 2 2T 31 40 00 2 ,... 3:J 16.1)0] ) chains' wills. north 5
and Company undivided 2-3 interest in 11 D Brown, . Routh U of southwest ;j of anti Mouth IIlId west by river U n 37 4 13

north.W. . .i, ?t. 23 27 36 820 4 12 southeast 3j. r. . . 2 27 37 20 1113 Gleaso'n Brothers
Perry (receiver) An undivided 1.3 interest in LWWarner . .. West 36 of southwest 3of and VOJupany. ., I.otsl1 and 1.1.: block A.

north U ... . . ... 23 U'J( 3:10 2 20 southeast 6" . :, .'. 2 27 37 20 2 4.111a7 : o Oaf).. . . 16 27 37 II 13
I Illeaaon Brothers S I.ockwood. West 36 of east J' of southwest Gll"l1son Brother .
] and Company All south %, except south U of S 3S4 of southeast U'I\ 47 87 10 1 1S9 and COIupany. All block 0 EnllJallie 16 27 37 4J: 50
I southeast U of southwest | IIR Olmatead. . North 23 acres of northeast 3' R (Oleasoll :. All Jo'oulltllfll Park, Eauiaille. JII 27 37' 4 63
and north % of southeast Jii of northwest U. lees west .55 H \V Knapp . Lots 1:1.: and 1-4, block 1 Eau-

of southwest $-. P< 23 21 36 280 655 of : of northeast Gallia . . 111 27 ::17 1M
Glenson Brothers k of northwest J(. . . 2 27 37 20 3 0:1: M E Darboul' . All block G, Eaulnllie . 16 27 37 8U 41 .
ind Company. North % . . . . .. :24 27 00 820. IS 20 Gleason Brothers John Aspinwall. Lot II, block 20, Mau I) ()lallle. HI 27 17; 4 63
Kinsman. . South X. . . . .... . 2.f" 27 36 320 490 and Company. An undivided 2-8 Interest In (} A nuke" . . J.ot 11. bleak :25! 1'aul"IIII.: 16 27 37 1 8G
[JBNinsman .,,. North X .. . . . . 23 27 aa 820. 400 west3G of northwest ;1. west U. A Olbbll (agent).. Out hits 1 and 2, except 5 acres
Reason Brothersand J. of southwest J(. and southeast I to it I$., EauClallle. . 10 27 117' 71) 8 1)3

Compaoy. An undivided 2.3 interest In U. of southwest *: 2 27 37 200 10 00 Titus Dates. .. Lot 24. block IIlIbdlvlKlon of

' south % . . . ; . 25 27sa: 820 IS GO AJPerry (receiver) An undivided 1-8 Interest In out late ::11. 2l.: 2:1.: Eau able} 10 27 87 21 ... ;
AJ Perry (receiver) An undivided interest in west } of northwest !3( west R Savage . . Lot :11: block 4. subdivision of I

south } . . . . .. 25 27 311 320 208 34 of southwest 3-. and southeast out lot.B :U. 22, 23: Eau Uallf 16 27 37 1 19
Gleason Brothersand I U of louthwest 3< . 2 27 37' 200 6 GI: TUu" Bates . Lot :..10. block 24, lIubdlvllion of to
Company. .. An undivided 2-8 interest In Gle"son Brothers out lots :l1. 2:4: :lS: Fau Oalllt'l' J6 27 3'1 1 69
northwest Y.( and west 31 of and Company. ,. An undivided 2.3 interest In SSavage . . Lot 12 block IIubdlvl"on of f'

southwest 't1.. . .. .. . 26 27 3tl 240 3 118 lotI 1. 2 and 8. . 3 27 37 12' 602 out jots 21. :i:4.: 2:1: Rau Uallle ]0 :17:: 37 2 16 k', S '
i Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest in A. 1 Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In E Spiller . Lot 2. lou.ton' addition to .

northwest %, and west a of lot8 1. 2 and 8. . . 3 21 37 123113 Eau (ialile. . . n 27 87' 6 IT 4G
southwest }i . . 26 27 all 2-10 2 17 James: Long'' ... .,. Port lot 1. described Deed Book Mary lot Gilbert Lot 4. foulton' addition to'

rz Vlnsman. .. East )4 otsouthwest4, . 26 27 36< 80 1 S3 B.page21. . . . . 627 37 12 400 I Eau Galli., . . 21 27 87 1 G 32 I
Glealon Brothers o A Gibbs (agent).. Lot 13 1I0uMton' addition to
Vandenburjf.. West K of northeast %, southeast ,F
M of northeast X, and and Company. An undivided 2-3 Interest In Eanflallte.; . . . :U 27 37 2 I 'l 71
east >4 of northwest. %. .. 27 27 36< 200. 3 83 west U of northwest 3j. and Oleallon Brothers. a-,
';lens on Brothers southeast J4 of northwest 3'. I 6 27 87 120 6 112) arid Company, Southwest J.C: except lAnd MoInto"h -

and Company. ,. An undivided 2-3 interest in A J Perry (receiver) An undivided 1.1 Internet n 'J'uttl" and Ilouaston 11 27 37' 120 6. 09 .

northwest Ji. . . .. 28, 27 3(1( 160 272 west U of northwest U and OleaMon Brothers
I U1'erryreceiver) An undivided 1-3 interest in southeast J.:: or northwest 34. IS 27 37 120 3 83 and Company. An undivided. 2-:1 Interest In

northwest % . . ... ::18 27 38 180 150 I Glton! Brother northeast ;.Jt: and north } of
'Heason Brothers and Company. ., An undivided 2-3 Interest In northwrrt3. . ..... .. 1'f' 27 37 2408 03
and Company. Northeast, east W. of southeast south 3 of northeast y. or A:1: Perry (receiver) Au undivided 1.3 ...rr.n ,
J.(, north >% of northwest northwest U, mouth Jot of northeast 3'. and north J. of '
H of southeast j X of southwest jkf of southeast northof louthw..t. U of Olt'allon Brothers
U, and northwest 3of northwest 3 U. north Jot of and Company North U of tutht'"t, U south

eouthwestI. .. . . 28 27 38 0 320 670 northwest. of northwest U, 36 of northwest 3janri, nortb-
'leason Brothers .' north ;- of southeast y. of east 3j of southwest4.. .. 18 27 37' 200 9 70
and Company. An undivided 2-3 interest in southwest U. north 3t of WIn nllt/"cb. Northwt.t":! northwest 3:. 10 27 37 40 :2 12
of southeast of northeast- of southwest y4 OIea..m} Brothers
south $4 >- .
northeast \i, north % of south 36 of northwest 3j of; and. Company) . An undivided 2.3 Interest In

southwest Ji of northeast if J" southeast 3- and south ly of south 3ti . . 19 27 37 3'O! 6 63
north % of northwest i- of : southwest-of southeast J-4t AJ Perry (receiver. ) An undivided 1-3 Interest In <

northeast if, south %, of ; north 34 of southeast ;\' or ,' south J . . . If 21 37' 820 3 63 .
northeast ii of northwest ;-, , southeast 3y. and northo of CC Boynton. . Southeast 20 27 37 11.10 6 0'.1 '
,.-: south % of southeast of ; ,. northealtt of southeast J4. 6 27 37 200 0 43 John Alplnwal1. fart lot 9liirscrlbed: Deed'Ii/a" /. ,,
northwest >:, north >4 of f'I A J Ferry (receiver, ) An untllvlded 1-3 Interest In ; N' trage:! 1117 . . 2127 87 8; 1198
o( southwest Ji of northwest Ji. ..1' 'J.i" a.- south 3 of northeast 3y of ." '., John Aspinwall Part lot 9: and 01 southwest J.lflf .
&' north 3G of northwest i- of .ti.. '. : northwest J.(. south 34 of northeast U. describer .I

', ';' northwest if north 3li of. _' I southeast ka: of northwest Uj .. Deed Hook (1. page 2' .'. 21 21 n 71 6 6:1: 4
1 a northeast of southwest ii' w north 3i of southwest 3j SO Gleason . East rart fit lIolith 311 of Ilorth- '

< :' south % of southwest K of '\ I .' "S northwest Y, north 3i of West J.. . . 21 21 31 71 8 82 i
$F 1 1 ., southeast ;j, north K of .., i northwest .{ of northwest. U/ SO Oleallon. .., West 7 110-lu0) acres of south- i
: ., southeast J4 of southeast if ; > : __ north 3ti of southeast { / s wrist Ji of rlorthwellt Jand
..,:' ,t, and north ><,' of northeast if '.,.." southwest 3j, north f{ of '. part of Mouth ,3 ot northwest .
n' t' of southeast . . : ... 33 27 30 .,' 220 ,;1/ 7 811 northeast 3- of southwest J(. Js. . . . . . 21 27 87 7o.O 970 y
VJ Perry (receiver e. An undivided t-3 interest in c 'lA, V, '.ti ". mouth N, of northwest U of FI n Bones . Lot 2" . . . . 1(2 27 37 10 803
',1 south X of southeast if of '!,9.:'< southeast U, south Jot of r James Jong ... J.otl 1 and 2. end excess 00 '

'.. .:.. northeast 3-, north % of :. southwest J.i of southeast U. Indian River not shown 100 ,
'> *. .I southwest Ji of northeast if '. north 36 ot southeast 3.. of Government plat. . . 24 27 87 1116 17' 71
'.j :: of northwest J4 of lIouthpa t U, and north )f1 of W 0 Barnes, . South/ U of lot 4. .. .. . 24 27 37 10 393
.north .. northeast of 6 27 37. 200 706Gleason Shemwell and Skeen of .
.' northeast if, south % of ka: southeast 34. Northwest- southeast 2' 27 87 40 803
Brothers Oeo () Teale and 11
.' ii of northwest if. .
/ south northeast ii of southeast if of and Company North 3yofnortheast3soutlswest34 .. o Putnam .. . South U acres of Jot 2. . 27 27 37 US 3 IS

". northwest if, north K of '..: of northeast .south ., CJIt'allon L'rotbers
'. southwest if.of northwest ii" ;, ,'. of southeast U' of northeast :- and Oompan1. An undlYld..d 2-1) Interest !In e
:v; 'f. I, U. north U of" west 3of southwest . 28
".. of northwest 3i of north"z M/\ U 27 37 80 3 28 '
##. ;: :... north northwest Jf }<, north K of :' .5' 5 east of northwest U. >, o .. frwestofsouthwest3i.
'gs ,
: .' e 5 mouthof northwest of \ northeast 11 of southwest U, r U ; :: 80 .1M ,
1I4\.t' of southwest M, of ; .. ,.\ northwest ryj; north 3y of Oleaaon[ Brothersand I 1
south >
34 of )1/1 wuo theasty of northwest 31 COinpan1. An undivided 2.3 Interest Jo ",,' ?-/:1aall (
.' J north H \, I1e "
) southeast U.
:1'1'1\.;u: I southeast Ji$ of southeast U, .' I, ;, south 34 o"slmthwntoM. ,. except northeast. ".. . 29 27,37 490 It 41 -




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Owner Description of Land Sea. T" R.A;, Am't. Owner. Description of_Land Sec. T. R. A. Am't. Owner. Description ot J.and. Sec T. R. A. .A

.A.r; Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest In A 0 Russell. ... .... NCrtl1westJnorth 36 of north- less 2 acres In southeast corner -
I all, except northeast 34. ..... 20 27 37 480 1 43 east 3j, southwest M of . . . . . 0 3i: 40 30
? GleaRon Brothers northeast }i, north ft of Unknown ... .. ... Lot G, block B, Fort Pierce . 10 3i: 40 3
and Company An undivided 2-3 Interest In southwest Ji, and southwest Unknown .. .. Lot 6. re-subdlvlslon block E. 2
all . . . . 30 27, 87 640 13 30AZ I II X of southwest %. . . 13 31 33 400 12 88 Fort; Pierce . . . 10 3S: 40
I Perry (receiver) An undivided 1-3 interest .in AO Russell .. ... Southeast Ji of northeast U, D L AlIIerman..... Lots 8 and 9, block G, Fort 4
all . . . . .. ... .. SO 27 81 640 6 88 and southeast U. . . . 131 38 200 0 32 Pierce. . . . . . 10 85 40
Reason Brothers' Unknown: ....... Southeast M of southwest J 15 :31 33 40 185 D L Alderman.,.. Lots 10. 11 and 12, re-subdl4 6
and Company An undivided ::1-3 Interest In Unknown ... .... Northwest] northwest j 4. 15 31 38 40 185 vlllion block 11. Fort Pierce 10 3lS 40
all . . . . .. 81 27 31 640 13 30.A.r A 0 Russell... ... South:: }( of north 14, and north Unknown . . Lot 4, block X. Fort Pleroe. .. 10 35 40 18
; Perry (receiver) An undivided 1.3 interest In X of south 36 . . . 19 31 38 316 7 98 Unknown. . . Lot 5, block X: ,.Fort PIerce. 10 85 40 2
4'' all . . . . .. .. ... 81 2'7' 87 640 688 A O Russell.... .... South of north 36, and north known. . . Lot 6, block X. Fort; Pierce 10 3lS 40 2
Reason Brothers 36 of 'south;: H . . . 20 31.35., 318 7 08 00 Olmstead ; Lot 1, block 2. Carlton's addl4.tlon 2
and Company. An undivided 2-3 Interest In 0 A 0 Russell ...... Lots 2 and 3, southwest U of to Fort Pierce. . . 10 83 40
. 32 27 87 640 13 80AJPerry northwest J4: and north ft of Mrs 0 ,A O'Brien Lot 2, block 2, Oarlton's addl-) .. 7
(receiver) Anlundivided 1-3 Interest In south K . . . . 21 31 38 270 7 37 Lion to Fort Pierce. . .: 10 33 40
all . . . . . .. 32 2'7' 37 640 6 88 Mrs James Morrow. Northwest % of northeast Jf' 22 31 38: 40 169A D L. .Alderman... Lots 0 and 10, block 2 Oa.-leton's 4
Gleason Brothers 0 Russell... ...... Northeast >| of northeast >(, < addition to Fort Pierce . 10 35 40
}I and Coml>any. An undivided 2-3 interest In SM of northeast' J-A aud fractional Foster Merrldeth. Lots 4 allli 5, block 7. Oarlton's
I west 3-i, and west of soutb.eaaU" northwest 34. . . 22: 31 38 278 7 37 addition to Fort! Pierce. . 10 3IS 40
. . . . 33 27 37 400 9 70 A 0 Russell .. .. ... North X of northeast 4 and o 0 Olmstead ,. .. All, except lots 7 and,10, block 2
.ArPerry; (receiver) An undivided 1-3 Interest 1nI southwest 3( of northeast 3(. 23 31 38 120 3 40 Iii, Carlton' addition to Fort
,0 west 3j f and west 36 of southeast George :M: Phillips.. of northwest 7.(. 23 31 38 40' 2 15 Pierce. . . . . . 10 35 40
o 3j . . . . . .. 33 27 37 400 383.1KMartin .A 0 Kussell. ...: ,. of northwest % 23 31 33 40 136 o 0 Olmstead. . Lots 7, 8. 9, and 10, block 16 2
.. . Lots 1and2. . . . . 30( 27 38 60 802hI : J D Crabb .. .. .. 7'acres in southeast; corner of Carlton's addition to Fort
H Powell Lots I, 4, 7, 8,1X,11, block 11 southwest i of southwest 34, Pierce. . . . . .'. 10 35 40 2
Ml'lbourlle . . . 2 28 37 010PPPoweU described Deed Book Y, page G.A Keen. . .. South of past U of 4 acre 1
. . Lots8and 6? block 11, Melbourne 100 .'. . . . . 23 31 38 7 1 81 square In southeast corner of
. . . . . .. 2 28"87' 9 10 C 0 Warren .. .... North 3' of northeast 3j. .'. 26 31 38 80 226 south of lot 2 . . . 10 31S 40 1 2
8 F Gibbs. . .. Lot 6. block 11. Melbourne. 22837 1M Dan Sloan .. . Northwest( of northeast 7.( ? 36 31 38 40 169 Lennard. . : LotlDock B Andrew's and
John. Obandler. . Lot Ii block 12Melbourne. . 2 28 87 4 DO I.A Oha11en. .. .. Southeast &;(, plat of Flem- nchud's! audition at Fort
j Cynthia A Iiall Lots Io and 11, block 12, Melbourne I minK Grant. : .0' . . 1 80 33 ICO 002 Plprce. . . . . . 10 3IS 40 I
. . . . . a 28 37 9 10 Chas M Downing Southwest; M, plat of Flem- Tyler (Estate). All lots 2 and 4, west of R, R. i
w, on Powell. .. Lots 1, 16 6t.6, 7, 10, and 11.bloCK ming Grant . . . . 1 30 38 160 010 subdivision of lot 4. . . 10 3IS. 40 1 3 X
it .Melbourne. .. . 2 II. M Linnell. .. .. Lots 7, 8, 12 to 29 inclusive, Daisy Horton< . North 1-8 of east 315 of lot I 9} .
. . ,. . . . . 3 28 3'7' 6 62OR plat of Flemming Grant. . 19. 30 38 100 662 subdivionoflot4. . . 10 3IS 40 Ii i
; Powell. .. LotIl2,3II,8' 3ielObourne S, ins F H Allen., ......... Lot 3, subdivision of lot 8, plat wr; IIlldretib . South 1-3 of lot 12. and all lot 13
13, block 16 . 2 28 37 ... '7.71 of Flemming Grant; . . 20 30 33 6 2 85FH subdivision of lot 4. . . 10 33 40 6 7
D F JI Wilke8. . Lot 14, block 16, Melbourne 2 28 37 1 86. Allen. .,.. .. .. Lot 0 subdivision of lot 3, Wm Frank. . . North 8 9"J-l00 chains of south
f ft OH Powell. :'. _. Lots 1 and G, block 18,. Melbourne Flemming Grant . .'. 20 30 38 5' 285JM 7 ohains of lot 1. . . 14 33 40 2 d
. . . . . 2 28 37 4 93 Turner . Lots 12, 18, 14, I", 10, 17, 18, 22, S:;J II Jones.. . . North K of lot 1. . . Iii 33 40 23Vm 14 t
1 G II Powell. .. ? Lot 6. 9,12 and 13, block 1', subdivision of lot 8, plat 'of \ Frank .. North 3 fI-l00 chains of south! U
Melbourne . . . . 2 Flemming Grant . . 20 30 38- 74 12 23FII 731; chains of lot4. . . 16 33 40 8 g
. . . . . 3 28, 37 11 60OU Allen . . Lot 9, subdivision of Allen and rhos L Haimes... Lot 4, subdivision of lot3 2tJ 83 40 13 7 P
Powell. . Let81.3,4,11.7,8and9; block Jerome's 200 acre tract; south Druttt'de.n; and! y
!= 20, Melbourn . . . 3 28 37 632 of north .fork of .:Sebastian! uaru.. .. .. !South BU acres or lot o, except 0 tan
; Mrs C n McBride Lot 2, and north 30 feet of lot 4, lilver: plat or: *lemming undivided >, interest paid l'''
block 23. Melbourne. . . 2 28 '37 9 10 Grant . . . . . 37 .. by W. H. Cruttendeu 20 35 40 25 10 ;.j
ti C J Hector (Estate) South 3b 01 lot I, block 24, Melbourne I . . .. . . . 12 80 88 C T Gwinn. . . South 2o4 acres of southwest! 11\\
. . . . . It 28 87 10 50 . . . . . . 19 31 39 105 7 82 X north" . . 28 35 40 25 4 }l 0:
Mrs M F :Martin.. Lot 1I1..blo'k 2.. Mplbourne. It 28 87 1 85 FllAllen . . 2135.acres unplatited tract In F .. : East 1-3 of acres of
Hrones.: ; . . .. VI'estaoflot5; and all lot '7 fork of river plat of Flem- southeast X of southwest 34: 28 35" 40 11 l t
block 2tJ Melbourne. . . 8 28 87 10 50 ming Grant. . . . . 19 A Pio (Estate)... East % of northeast 34 . . 3.1: 85 40 80 4 H
Unknown. : . Lotfbloclc 28. Melbourne . S I 28 37 186 . :22.! .30 88 21. 2 45FHAllen Cruttenden and
Mrs 0 E Wllliams. Lot 3 1 block 31, Melbourne . 3 28 37 8 02 . . All, excep flora 6a, 86 J 88,87( Card. ... East >. of northeast U except
Louisa J Henley Lot u, lying east of'lot B, block 68 9i: 94, 95. ItI) ; plat of Flemmng I an undivided W interest paid
48. Melbourne. . . . 3 28 37 7 T1 Orant; . . . 23 30 3S 1593 17 1iHAllen. by W. H. Cruttenden . 35 35' 40 37 1211 i
i 4 n.\ Lot D. lying east of lot 4. subdivision F . . Lots 1 to 19, 23 to 37, 45; 46. Cruttenden and l'
01 northwest 34: of plat of Flemming Grant 28 30 38 180 6 2F Card . : Lot 1, except an undivided Sal
;l southeast U . . . . S 28 37 3 IS 23 II Allen. . . All. except lots 14 to 18,1)5 to interest paid by W. H. Crut
it WI t'toalt . ._ Lot 0, block 48. Melbourne 8 28 37 6 OJ: 09. 48, 126, 127. 128, plat of tenden . . . . . 30 85 40 5} 3 el
David Murray. . I'artof southeast j.;( of south.ii' F7emmingGrant . . 3S C H L Chandler. Southwest >i of northeast J:(. 24 36 35 40 2 4:1: da
east 3 described Deed Book . . . 0 . . 29 30 .39 670 17 22 Chas M Hart . :Southeast j-J of southwest . 28: 36 87 4O 3 111
A A, pllge .j0 . . . . 8 28 37 35 246 H Benson (Estate) North a acres! 01 lot l t; 1. east/ of Lessley and Morgan Southwest}a/q; of southwest 3.(. 28 36 37 40 3 Jl Ih
1'' G Harding. . . 1'8rt 01 southeast 3j of south- R.: R :. . . . . .oo. fI 31 30 6 4' 03 Chas M Har). . Northeast k .of northwest & S3 30 37 40 3 81 ,ID
east 74, described Deed Book II B Howard . South 40 acres of lots :3; and 4, Lessley and Morgan Northwest |j of northwest 3j. 33 86 87 40 4 3 ]
Y.page04. .. . . . . 3 28 37 '34 2.45 west of R. Rexcept 6 acres O O Olmstead . Southeast & of southeast / 29 36 83 40 14))
1 ....,A ;r JIlppard.. .7., ... Part or southeast M or sout- to Braddot'k and Il4 acres to Carl Leufsted . West 10 acres of northeast: of r,
o .. east 3j. described Deed Book Hall in lot; 4. and 10 acres to southwest : . . 3 30 40 10 2 41 00
I. page 77. . . . . 8 28 \\37 U 2 43. Hunter. . . . . . 6 31 '3!U, 23. 10 00 Mrs C II Books Lots 22: and 2:1: block 9, re-sub- I hoI
Wr Dubose.. .. .; Part of southwest :( of southeast ,.Vm 0 BraddockJr Part lots 3 and 4, described division of White City . 4 30 40 91
34. and part of southeast Deed good Hit, pages 67. 6 31 3lJ'\ 2 15A MJ; Little.) . . I.ot2-blo'k 9, re-subdivision inI
3ofsoutheast . 32887 I 12 28Win 0 Russell. .. . Part lot 6 between Florida East White City. . . . . 4 38 40 1 2:{ to
Van8chafck. All south y6of southwest U. Coast Railway and A. O. Mrs 0 II Rooks Lots 10 and 11 block 3Ire-sub- I Co
north of Crane creek. . a 28 37 :lIS 9 10 RIIlIseU' H. H. 0 . . 6 31 39! / J.6 6 09A : division White\ City . 4 SO 40 1 2:!
Hattie n nell . Southwest J4 of southwest U. 4 28 87 40 2 68 Russell . Northwest!' corner of Jot 7. . 6 31 3\\D 35 101 ;r T Vinzant. . Lot 18, block :19. re-subdivision ]T'I
i ;:Nancy B Oarter. South 34 01 northeast '. . 9 I) 28 37 80 4 00 )I Benson (Estate).. Lot B. . . . . 0" . 7 31 39 40 6 02Cruttenden White City . . . . 4 SO( 40 OS) '
Louisa ;r Henley.. North southeast 334 . 9 28 .3'7' 80 4 63.n.'VGoode. and WJ Kirby. . Lots 8 and 1> block 40, re-sub .
e ... . Lot 81 lock H. south: Melbourne Card ... .. Lots 2, 3 and 8. except an un- division of White City . '4 30 40 1 2U in'' '
: . . . . 11 28 37 3 1 b9R \ divided 35 Interest paid by J T Gray. .. . ? Lot 15, block 55, re-subdivision .
; W Goode ... . Lot 12, block 1. South Meli -Y H, Cruttendl'Il. . . 100 81 39 G6 970'ruttenden White City . . . . 4 3640 Ot
i bourne . . . . . 11 :18 87 2 1 47 and .. Phil Ulendort. . .. Lots I 9 and 10! block 57, re-sub- hor.
Rose A Lewis . Southeast U of southwest U. 11 28 87 40 6 02p : Oard.. . Lots 3.4, 8 and 0, except an undivided division White City. . . 4 8ft 40 121
E'Macns. . . South 35 of northeast K of3a 35 interest paid by O A Flower. . Lot 7, block 73, re-subdivision j (a..
southeast and !!south J!, ofMolllelr W. H. Cruttendt.. . . 15 n 30 73 831 White City. . . . . 4 36 40 1 211 Ida
': \ 0 southeast U. . . . 15 28 37 100 9 40 1 I[ Benson (Estate).. Lot 6. . .'. . . 21 31 311 40 4 97 %..Pio (Estate) . Lots 13 to 13, I inclusive, block 5.1
.: : Hopson., All lots 2 and a, and south U. J ames E Dodge. :North 36 of lots 10 and 11, except 73 re-subdivlsion'White City 4 36 40 7 :
t lying south and east of Tur4 north 5 acres of lot 10. 26 81W: 33 7 71 Peterson. . . Lots 8 and 9, block 75, resub- Ipr'
key creek exol'pt lots 1 and 1, Cavender . North 5 acres of lot 10. . oo. lIS 31 30 II 2 12 division White City 4 30 40 110! pa
2 of Uopson's subdivision and ohn A Farwell Southwest 34 of lot 4 . . 21i 31 SIJ 10 1 60ohn Jensen. . . Lots 8, I 9, 17 and 18, or all block Itrn
land to Howell . . U 28 37 120 31 04 J JW A Farwell Southeast 3j: of northwest 34. 33 31 31) 40 406eo 78, re-subdivlalon White City 4 30 40 122! [ mi'
n Pierce . . Northwest 3y' of northeast J.:( of W Keith.. . South 35 of southwest ". . 83' 31 30 80 4 98A Mrs C II liook. . Out lots 4ahdl5resubdiylsi0nWhite [So
southwest i( . . 2(1( 28:17 10 3 63 .0 nussell. . All, except! section . . 82 3.6 '22400 87 49A City. . . . . 48640 10 4 30
lrloridu Coast Line ; 0 Uussell. . All. except north 35 of northwest .Mrs C II Rooks North 5 acres of southeast J.(f, '.. Ide
Canal and Trans- 34, northwest 3j: of of northeast % and south 5 ,
portation Cone' northeast 3j of section 14. and acres of northeast>.( of north- | <
I Northwest 34 of southwest 3(. 30 28 37 .40 2 43 all section 16 . . . 3:4: 81 2"ll80 87 41 east U . . . . . 8 86 40 10 2 7l|
Moore and Oummlngs.pany.- AJTaneman.;o .. Southeast 34'otsoltheast34.: 3J: :! 80 40 4 07 Mrs O II :Rooks South 5 acres of northwest M p:
7 Part lots 1 and 2, described 1 ilk B Heir.. . :South 35 Ir southeast 3a of of northwest 34, and north 5 .
Deed 1100(1V, {lags 208 . 6 28 31J II 2. 43 northwest 34 . . . 3:12: 3D 20 3 01 acres of southwest M of south
Grace V Oood Westli: chains of south 35 of A_ J 'l'angeman... Northeast: of southwl'st 3a. 3 32 80 .40 4 97A ) -west U with land abutting on dn
lots. 4, and 5, and 5 acres In 'J Sexton. . South 35 of southwest U. eseept -' east running to river., . 9 36( '40 13 3 911 ] no
lot 9. . . . . . 6 28 38 11 5 23 I acre In southeast cur- Mrs C II Rooks North )% of mouth > of northwest ID
Bethel Adalilfll. . Tot 5 of novo lot 8. . . 6 28 38 10 6 02i ner . . : a S2 300 70 10 01'1 % of southwest H . 10 36 40 10 :2 4.. | w''
i 1 Virginia Miller. South: \U acres of north 18 acres Z. Cavendl'r. . North otsoutliwest 34,northwest John J Brit. . South 10 acres of northwest >:( n!
of lot 10. . . 6 28 38 9 10 50CVGillis 3( of southeast 3j. and __.. of southwest 34) . . 10 36 40 10 2 4;) | II
southSacres of Jot 10. . . 6 28 88 8 003 __southwest, y of !northeast 7.4.: 4 S:1: 3 ) ,100 ::10 08 Cruttenden 'u'u
ih Mrs O A M Phillips. Lot 1)) block H, Graves plat of E S Nauman ... . North 35 or southwest 34: of Card . . . South 25 acres of north |35 of w
1 Melbourne Beach . . 7 28 38 1 31 northeast } . ... . . 14' :J2 sr r 20 301I ,lot :2, except an undivided >,' T
John 'Aspiuwall. Lot 2. . . . . . 20 28 38 11 68 I Wm Brown . . South % of southeast 3j. . :22: 32 89! SO 4 97 interest paid by W. H. Crut fl'
John Asuinwall, Lot 1Lots . . . . . . 21 28 38 741( J D 11 )Yeir .. Wellt 5 of northwest y, ami tenden .. . . . 12: 86 40 m 7 48 la
f John D Cotton. . 5, 0, 7, !8 and 9, block O, north )( of southwest 34,. except C II Edwarda . Southeast U of southeast 34. 16, 36 40 40 Iill/ fr
lets: 6, U, 7, 8 and U; block H, west "of northwest 34 E K Pratt (widow) Part lot 2, described Deed Book tI
0 .I :. lots 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, block I, of southwest U . . . 23 32''39Ji0: b 42 L, page 2:11.: . . 18 30 41 20 8':! tll
l 1 H lotsM, :3. and 3, block J, lots Wm Brown . . South 35 of southwest 34. . 23 3.1: 39! 80 8 8aJ T A Tauman.. . Part lot 2, described Deed Book
1,2: and a, block K, lots 1, 2, A Sexton ... . East; )3' of northwest 3j . 21$0 32: SO 80 9 48 E, page 464, . 18 8A 41 24 16 29
8, 4, 6., and 6, block L, plat in Samuel Walker . North 3. of northwest 3( . 211 3:1: 311 80 :3 84 DFAnkeny . North Aacres of lot 3. . . 18 36 41 5 1J'8 E
Deed Book X, page 753: . 20 A 0 Espy . . Southwest 3(, . . . . 28 32 3n 160 7 23 Saeger Bros . Lot subdivision of lot 1. . 19 36 41 16 = h
ap :. . . . . . . 21 Samuel Walker North 35 of northeast 3(. . :n 82: 311 MU 3 84 :-IaegerBrOll. . North 31: acre of lot 2. . . 198641 3J: 23.6 to
. . . . . 28 8.38 35 )..jOBIN I Mary E Jennings. North 36 of) southeast 34: t'tr E M Say lor . . Part lot 2, described Deed Book tl.
S All blocks D, E. and F, plat In northeast 3j. . . . 11 8J 59 20 1 66 It, page\ 80 and W 306. . 19 80 41 15 10 IS a
; Book X, page 7\3( . . 30 J W Bettys . .. South' 35 of northeast 34 ed, W H Kilpatrick. North 41 acres of lot 1. . 29 30 4l 41 13 1111
. . . . . . northeast 3(. . . 13 :J3 roD 20 '9 11 O B Gifford . . Part of south ,*, of lot 1, des- I 1.
. . . . 28 :18. 38 10 2101: 1. F' Barnes . Northeast 3( of northeast 34. 24 S3 $9! 40 2 71 cribed Deed Book W, page 18.1 29 36 41 7 7I:\ I lW C
UVHines. . . North S5 of lot2.: . : sa 23 38 21 00 3 Hobt Morrow (Est.) Lots and S. 7 33 40 78 4 91 H Kllpatriek Northeast.of northeast U.
; o Vllinetl.. . . M acre Tn north part of lot 1. 8-I YB 38 )5 7:1I. : Wm McCabe. ,, I.ottoo.: : . . . . . Ii 3J': 40 20 1 43 and north 10 acres<< of southeast b I
K Dralnnard.. Houth1! of northwt'lit 34 northeaMt L E Barnes . .. South t5 of lots 1 and 2. lots II', l{ of northeast J<. 80 36.1 60 16 1)0) t
34 of southwest n.f less. 4, 6 and 6. and southwest 7.r. 18 33 40 3iO 23 33L .O B Gifford ? Part of southeast .iof northeast B

HI\' acres . . . . 8 21) 38 00 0 40FM E Barnes . . North 35, east 35 of southwest V'. . . . . 30 30 41 5* 367 II
:: Dutchl'r. . South 10 acres of northeast j.i ).!, and southeast U. . . 10 3J: 40 IUO :17 84lame..llarllh. J T Waters . North 10 acres of south 35.oC 11
of southwest< 3j.R . 8 21) 98 10 3 63 . .. Lot 5. . . . . . ,. 21 33 40 40 484 IoU. . . . .oo. 33 36 41 10 12.j) 0 J
Marlah Ellh. North part nf uorthwcst. .. of L E Barnes . :South M a'rt:a of northeast U, Unknown . All Ilutchinson's Island except 1
. northeast ;i, north of coat and east of southeast M. 31 33 40 18- 7 63 undivided interest of 82* 1
Cret'k. . . . .. 1'7'21) 88 20 66:1E : L E Barnes . .. South 3j ot lot I, lot :9 a a 3, acres paid by Lewis and
Cccll . . . South part nf northwest 3j of and southwest 7.( of southwest Everett . . .. 30 41 1180 2123
, northeast 34. South of HoatCrt'ek. 3j. . . . . 32 33 40 122 10 08 E O B Tyndall . Lot 5. . . . . . . 22: 37 40 34 3 37 I
' . . . 1'7 20 31'1 2Q G :J3 'Ym Sloan: . . East 6 acres of northwest 3j of E C B Tyndall 0. Lot 5. . . . . . 2.:) 37 40 12; 1 51 I
of south 29 southwest 5. and nortlwaat3f Henry whippleJCFrink East % of northeast $.(. . 27 37 40 80 3 :.6
E Cedi. . .. . North dt5 acres
Y acres of southeast 3{ of northeast southwest 34. . . 11 34 35 46 2 79 ; ... . Northeast K: of northwest )(, t
., 34, north ::10 acres of "' nan Sloan. . . North )y of 4 acre tract In and northeast 5 acres of
lItlleallt H. southwest corner of north- northwest northwest 327 37 40 45 2 03
' north northeast 34
t of southwest t of northeast :Marion .A Patrick Deed Book S, page 2110. . 2 37 41 11 2 70
1. 3j south 2\; Acres of (Trustee) Northeast34 of southeast 3'y. 6U 40 40 2 11 H1\IJohnon. . North X of south % of lot -&. 23741 10 201
northwest, of southeast M, Mary E Jennings Southwest U or southeast h. d 340 40 I 36 John Miller. . 2>-; acres In southeast corner of
and south 1 3j acre of northeast Mary E: Jennings West M of northeast 3j. . 2i) :u 40 80 4 (0(1, east of northeast U. described
Vi of southeast 4j. . . 17 29 38 111 11' :ro 'Vm Amlerson... Lot I, except land to Britt. :.IS. : ;X44 40 10 13X1 Deed Book W, page 169 5 371 2* 3 on
I 9 of south 10( acres Wm Anderson. ... Lot t, except land, to Britt. . tu :u 40 6:1: 2 71 Hampton and .
j O A SagerKtroJlNorth of northeast acres >I southeast. ** 17 89 38 9 2 15 I 3DCarter. . Lots 2 and 15. subdivision 01 Taylor . . Lots 2,8 and 5. . . . . 13 87.n 75: 4 74
i Joseph Bri<.oheirt) South of southeast 31. . 17 89) 33 80 8 80 lots I and 6, southeast 3. and H A Curtis . North !If of south h$ of south.
a 40
28 34 23 10 08
Adel tlartmunstMi North 10 acres of northwest 3 f northeast tj of southwest U. west % or northwest Vf. . 22 37 41 10 5 61
V southwest 14 . . :21 29 38 10 1 55 E J Russell. . Part of southeast 3(. described 'V E IcClln'-:. Part of block 5,125x140 feet in
W II McOall.. . Lot 4. *. . . 35 21) 38 4ti 6 03 Deed Book T. page 41:1.; : . 28 34 40 4 IS 27 northeast corner of town plat
I D Fish . . Lot 8. . . . . 36 21)) 38 UO 10 20 5ary E Jennings East 3( of northeast 3( . . :.19. 34 40 80 2 71 of Jensen . . . . 22 37 41 4 04
0 A Itusttell . All, except .section KS . . SO 30 22100) 125 11 J 11 ndrlcks... Lot 3. . . . . 7 a.. SII 40 143
A Froaoher.! . North'W of east M of lot 3. . 3:10: 38 12A : :2 U: Jllllendrlcks... Northwest tj.ofnorthea.t U. 20 33; at 41) 123 [Continued on
13 M 37 40 828 Page 11)]
. South of salt > of lot 3 . : .10) H8 15 4 U D I. -\Iderman... Southwest ja of southeast y. :
P Margaret J Kenney DeLaney. Lot 1. .M. . . .j . . . 2:12O: ::1t1\14) :\ 38 2 5.1: Wm1YBrown . Iaitl, : . . . . . I ;:15 40 b.t 971' -

i r M M Fee . . Lots 3 and 4 . . . 80 30 90 8 80 J S Bell. . . Taylor; THE
Iljacknoii . North acres of south 17 acres ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
) r'y' of lot I. . . . . 23 30 39 6 1 85KM and South by A. Bell . 3 83 40 2 241
A O Itussell.. . All except: section 16. . . 81 30 23 \MM) 211KM Lillian Lan... . Part lot 2, described Deed Book
Prints all kinds of :Somnaerclal
143. . ,. . . 3 83 40 2 169Geo St tlon
A (i Russell . All except section 16 . . 31 37 2-2400) 211 U G, page ry. Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill, Etc.
O Russell .. Southeast K of northeast 3(, t3aundera . Part lot; a, described Deed Book Letter rOM Heads
L + A southeast. H: and BoutheaHt V. page 67J.: . . . . 3 3d 40 13t 610 Head. Envelopes Shipping Tags aDd anything eLio you want
r \{ of southwest I \:( . 12 81 38 210 7 .73: II 'V Main . North II chains of southeast 3{. SEND US YOUR ORDERS. WORK GUARANTEED.






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1 find Topics of General Interest. -Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 12. Special Sale, Monday, May ildth, Gratifying/ reports-have been received A very enjoyable social party was glv.. The ADVOOATB Is now on file at all

SI Judge A. D. Penney has been attending at J. It. Walker Co's. of the success of one of Tltusvllle's\ most en by the Misses Aline and Daisy Brady, the belt hotels In New York city.

THE ADVOCATE Court at Miami this week. popular young men, Mr. Trezvant B. of this place', last Friday evening when Where to stop In TltusvllleP See ,Tltusvllle .
I 1.50 annum. In advance. Long Cloth fine, smooth finish, extra Wilson, now residing in Derby, Conn. vocal and Instrumental music by Miss hotel ad on our 11th page.
per" six months .. Tltusvllle's. public school closed Its good worth 23 cents; at 17 cents. He baa received promotion after promotion Aline Itrady, Miss Grace Reed, Miss /
11.00 doors for the season on FI'ldaylast. Lawns, -Figured 2flo In the of the Plano Where to stop along the East Coast..
7 an. to( foreign oountries.I pretty patterns, factory Sterling Daisy Brady W. S. Drannlng E.
2.00 per Candidates for office will oblige by quality l-4o; loo quality at lie; 120 C()., and Is now doing excellent work In Matthews and Caspar Mime, were among/ See list of hotels on page U,

When you subscribe for the Anvo4 -, sending In $;S with their.announcement! quality at Do;; lOa quality'at 7o; 80 quail the Tonelng Room. the pleasant features of the evening' Mr. Fred F. Taylor owner of Hotel
lutt by the year it does not cost you ty at Oc, and the Oc quality at 40. Mr. Wilson seems destined to be as amusement. A guessing contest also Plaza llookledgw ; and the Indian River
litres cents per week, postage( Included. -Col. W. O. Wlnans, formerly of this Silk and Wool Flannel, 45 Inches wide, popular In his new home as bo was In took( place, the one guessing; the most hotel, Tltusvllle passed through bore,

' I !Note date of expiration printed upon place, passed throuyh here, Wednesday worth $1.25 per yard; at 87} cents. Titusville, and Is n prominent member correct names of.firms whose advertising Wednesday, en route to his summer
7 |your paper or wrapper every week. Tills on. his way to Jacksonville. Uwanta Hammock, our price 09 cents ofthe Young Men's Christian Aasoclastlon pictures were hung on strings, getting home near Grand Rapids, Mich. Mr.

III receipt for your money. No need -Capt. W. H. McIntyre and wife, of Reclining Lawn Chairs, Just the thing, being on two committees, the :Flnanoe the first prlxe; and the one guessing the Taylor has been at Rocklodge for several
I for us to send receipt for subscription Miami, were passengers on Wednesday's regular; price, 73 cents; this sale 88 cents and Lookout.Mr. least number of correct names, the booby month

I The date !given it to( you.I northbound train, en route to Daytona.IIANCOC'S fi-splndle oak chairs, perforated seat, Wilson, who for a long time wa prize. Miss Kate Stewart "was the happy The nryn Mawr Hotel, Bryn Mawr,
I ; I THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE is on six for $ .OO. a member of the Indian River Band, I Is possosaor of the fiat prUe; and Mr. F. Pa will for the season on June 9.
late it the following news-stands at five LIQUID SULPHUR cures Morris Chairs, worth $20.00; this sale now bugler for the K. of P. Lodge, of E. Matthews "was awarded the booby; untie< : the open management of Mr. LelanriSterry
I 1 I gents copy : all blood and skin diseases. For sale by only $17.00.An which order he Is now( a member. prize. About 10:1)0::) o'clock the guests who during the winter season Is
per .
Titunllle-B. R. Wilson <& Son. J. B. Screven druggist, TUusvllle, Fla. all Iron, full size bed, yours for A. a token of the honor and esteem In adjourned to the gaily-decorated dining- In charge of Tha Breaker, at Palm Beach,

A J. B. Screven. -Attorney F. J. Webb paid a visit to only f3.87, at this sale. which Mr. Wilson Is hold he has been room, where refreshments a rcr/icroA Fla. We understand the Bryn Mawr Is
Yours to nerve, tendered the honor of blowing "taps' description were tastefully laid out tor
( Jacksonville-Duval hotel. St. Augustine on Tuesday, to attend to a very fine, up-to-date hotel.
>. News stand Union depot some law matters.> He returned here on J. R. WALKER A CO.TltiisVille over the dead of the Grand Army-of the thorn, and to which they did ample just
Wednesday.Mrs. Fla. Republic on their decoration day next ice. At 11:43: ; p. m. the party broke up, Mrs. Arthur L. Marsh, two children
Sunday, May 25that Iluntlngton Center and all repaired to their respective pieces an J her two sisters, the MUnos Florence
:y Reading notice ads are ten cents E. E. Rollins returned home on SAM l This.. a touching example of the coin of abode, voting the Misses Mine and and Sallie" Joyce, of St. Augustine l left
Sanford Is
jprllne; on this pace. Wednesday, after a pleasant visit of a PERKINS Dyeing. plete ro-unio9 of the North and South Daisy lirndy the most charming of host for New York on Sunday, via Clyde

Perkins Sanford cleans clothes. week or two with Mrs. W. N. Ilendry, -!Mr. S. G. Vanlandlngham paid Cocoa ( when a southern boy Is seleote'd to perform e*ei. During the evening, Miss Jessie steamer Iroquols. From New York oily %+
Sam of Fort Pierce. a visit yesterday. an honorary service over the dead fowling, of Live Oak, assisted the above they Ill)' to Watch Hill R. I. where Mr.

O -Attorney Oeo. M. Bobbins spent aJday There are a few fine pieces of PAROID ROOFING. of the G. A. It. He will also blow"taps' young( 1IIIIellin receiving. Marsh l I' getting tho Larking house In
prop. See ad. of G. F.
4 or so at Miami the first of the week. arty advertised for sale In these columns.If Paddlson on 8. over the Pythian dead at Bridgeport on Among those present were: Mrs. II. readiness for the summer season. Mr.Marsli .p!; .

'i -There are a few more candidates In [ you are looking for a bargain, read page Decoration Day, May 30th. J. JSgger! Mrs A. D. Penney, Mr. and IM. proprietor of Hotel Indian River t .
J I[he field for public offices. Read their the ads. carefully. -Tax Collector E. W. Hall left for, We clip the following piece' from the Mrs. 1.. 0. Brannlng, Mrs. Tysen, !Mr Rookledge, ':

t linnouncements In another column. Sebastian, yesterday, Derby (Oonn3 Evening /Sentinel, of the and Mrs. W. S. Brannlng, MUs Jessie The Red Lion Inn Stookbrldge, Mass., ,
Miss Waldrep the assistant teacher In presentation of a handsome silver bugle Dowllng\ Miss!! Emma Wright, Miss KateAlias '
T.. Halle which Is .Is
-Mr. W. and family moved now open, A splendidly plan. !\'
j, -Attorney W. L. Palmer, of Orlando, the Titusville public school the term just. Into( the Scobie house this morning "Bugler Wilson, of the! U. U. K. of i*., ;:'iewart, Mosaic 1IAII, fllins Zandle ned house, and gives the guests most d
I was In town a short while on Monday closed, loft for her home in /South: Carolina was presented with handsome silver Stewart, Miss( Grace Reed, and the M IIIIIell exalted Idea of the comfort to be obtain.* '.-;

i, Jon his way to RockJod e. lie returnedhomewards last Saturday. -Attorney M. Goldsmith returned plated bugle; by Lblt division, last night; Aline and Daisy !Uraily) Messrs. E. L. ed at; an inn Mr Allen T. Treadway, );

( next day, Some neat, new steps have taken the I yesterday, from a trip to Fort Pierce. The presentation was made by Captain Brady, rhat., II. Walton, 11. D. Prttclmrd, who was a.aocl.tellvlth his uncle, the "

9, -Mr. R. B. Stewart, .a well known( or. place of the old box-like steps at the TIuisvllle -Mr. Frank II. Webber, of the South E. C. Johnson, who, In a neat little Wade II. Jones, K. E. Matthews, 'I'. E. late Mi1. Charles T. Plumb, Is now the .;
linge grower; of Brant ley, arrived Ink Presbyterian church. It is a decided ern Express Co., spent a day in town, speech, In which he spoke of the good Ramsey J. .i Pendleton, Krnest: Vanlandlngbam man"lter'IIn.\ Troadway Is a sister of )
I town, Monday, on..a visit to his brother, improvement. this week, with his mother. service done by Mr. Wilson, told him Casper !Mime, /S.: Moodoy. Mr. Horace R. Shares, manager ,, of the ;
that the division took this of '
, [County Clerk A A. Stewart. -Attorney D. L. Gaulden, after visit- -Mr. Oeo. W. Scobie, Jr., of Grant, la ihowlng Its appreciation of his means work. New. Kockledge hotel, Rockledge, l'lq| i iMessrs.

TWESTY.FIVE WOOD CHOPPERS ing his family at DeLand, for a few expected In town to-morrow to spend a The bugler was taken by surprise and FISHING AT FORT PIERCE, Harrington A MoAullffa will

a wanted at once. Call, or write to days, left for Jacksonville on Monday, returning day with his brother, Capt. Fred Scobie. thanked the division for the token which open the SllcUIr iloiise, Bethlehem, N.

F. W: WHITE I.ere.on Wednesday CLYDE and Mallory Round Trip Ticketfor was given, him. The firm of Klootl A O'Brien, at Fort H., on June:23rd.: Not satisfied with the

| Imo, Roseland, Fla. -Mr. T. O. Ronald, of Lotus, stoppedover sale, meals and berth included. "Mr. Wilson Is one of the best buglers fierce, Flu., Js composed of K. R. Kloou, many Improvements they have made in

-Judge M. S. Jones who has been here a day or so on his way to Good- Cheap. ADVOCATE office, Titusville. that the division has had. Ha servedas of Jensen Fla., and 'r. J. 'O'Brien. Mr. the house during the past three years, '
' dnhltnrT! Court of. Miami rliirlnflr the: past all, for which place he leaves to-day, bugler In the United States: army fora 3'Brlen has been in business I In Florida they have Introduced many further improvements \
Jlwo 'weeks; came -p--to--Tltusvllle" on vu_ _m .VIDII.....* .bu_ l ijis parents nuu__... Sister. lie u_ -Mtas Bessie Grlaard, principal of the number of years and be knows all the for' ten years.. In 181)2) he was with F. B. this season, electric lights I"
'1 Saturday to spend a short time with his came up) in his launch. Titusville school the past term, left, on tricks of the trade. He has been bugler Everett: Co., at Fort Tierce and Palm and more private baths being among( j
I Miami SunOf biintUy, for her home In Winchester, of the <}. B. Woontftr division for over Daach. After four years he succeeded them. Mr MoAullffa occupies the pos-
He returned to on
I day. -Miss Jennie Miller, one of Mel- Tenn. three: mouths. and during that time has the firm. Later on he associated Mr. Itlon of chief clerk at Hotel Royal Palm, I:'

jonrne's blight and popular young -'Mr. Geo. Sweeney, of Merrltt, passed given excellent rallsfacllon." Illcuu with him In forming the firm of !Miami, every winter. ,',
I Attorney 'O. T. McCarty and wife, ladies, who has been teaming school In through TltiiHvllle, Saturday, on his Klcoii, A: O'Bilen. The firm have a fleet The of the New '.
popularity Magnolia
H prominent residents of Ankona, were Titusville during the past term, return way to Daytona, where he wlllspendthesummer. (if twenty boats, and employ forty men, lilacs Is evident "
CANDIDATES at from the
FOR COUNTY Magnolia, ,
northboundtrain ed to the home of her
)Hpassengers| on Monday's parents on Friday aQd have Muheiles at Ankonn ami) other aotthnt
en route Tampa, to attend themeeting last OFFICES. ,>l Iac<,". The firm do a general wholesale Proprietor A.V.Ilodgdonfor.merly *
Miss Moore of Merritt left of Hotel I Ponce da Leon, St. Augustine
Horticultural -
; of the Fla. State -Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Soreven have sold lull business, producing all kinds of salt
for her hi>me, after a pleasant visit '11&., I II now adding ten new bath
Society. all their household goods toJ. R. Walker uTItusvllle, with Miss Bessie Grlsard, Up to this date the following candidates water fUI>. Tney make a specialty of ooms, together with other Improve-
County Commissioner J. R. MIor, & Co., and have given up housekeeping at the Mlms house.Mr. are In the field for county offices, lompnno and mullet, shipping to all montH* to be ready for the opening of the
of IndiaooU, who has sold his old resilience Mrs. ,Soreven:! left here, Wednesday, for and we want to draw the attention of parts. of tlll efmntry. Mr. O'Brien was season, July U b. Those ol.ntlnuelllmprovements >
Is now having one built nearer the home of her parents at Oateen, tak- -: and Mrs. Rubt. L. Motlow and the voters of Brevard to their announcements lu the United State Weather Bureau service on top of the lavish expend-!
the bank of the river and came up to log the family with her; Dr. Soreven Is family left here, yest. rday,for Mulberry I on our 8th page/ : for sixteen years previous to his tak- lure of two years ago when Mr. Hodgdon
town Monday, to buy more material forit. oaidlng, and he has not quite decided I'enn., where Mrs. Motlow and ,family ng up the Huh business. He still clings assumed control of this property Is grat-
We acknowledge a pleasant call. when he will leave Tltusville for Miami. will upend the summer. Mr. Motlow will I.KOIHLATUItK. to the service, having Instruments for reporting fylng evidence that the hotel leas not
return In a week or two. Wade II. Jones, Tltusvlllo. the weather conditions to the reached the height of the demands
-Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Farmer and little There was a meeting of Friendship W. II. McFarlaod, tureau. We can cheerfully recommend yet !
Chapter No. 11 Eastern Star at their CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PIIOTO- made upon It by the best class of summer
daughter, returned here, Monday after. TAX COfXKCTOR. the firm. They are sucueosful and enjoy tourists,
noon, from Atlanta, where Mrs. Farmer Chapter-room, Tuesday evening, when, graphic Gallery, Tltusville, and see the confidence of the trade.-New York
aDd the baby bad been staying several among other things discussed, was that his samples Photographs, Picture E. W. Hall, Tltusvllle. FUhlagUszette.. Mr William Catto, with !Mrs. Catto j
weeks. Mr. Farmer went to Atlanta to of!giving a lawn party In about a month's Frames Enlargements and Mouldings. 1'. A. McMillan, Eau, GaUle. \ arrived home Wednesday, after a winter J,

escort them back to Tltusville. Theyare time.I A committee was appointed on Always something new COUNTY TIlJeAau'UCR. pent at I'alatka, Florida. For ten years .

guests of the Indian River hotel. refreshments and music and the day -Mrs. Wm. M. Teaben, of St. August. F. II. Hoye, Tltuavllle. MISS QUAY IS SELECTED.One Mr. Catto has been the successful mana-
and date will be published In ample time me a former resident of Tltusville John Henry, .* I Iter[ of the I'utnum House, at I'alatka
-Miss Kate Pritobard, of this place, to give the residents of LaGrange and among, yesterday's southbound passengers was. John II. Wynn, Fort Pierce. of our 'northern oonespondents, I and during that time ho has made many d
who has been visiting her sister Mrs. F. renldenta and
friends the businessmen
dims due notice of this
( event.
several\ coming en route to Cocoa to visit her writing the ADVOOATK this week, says
T, Budge, of Miami, for weeks, PltOSECUTIMO ATTOIlJfBY.F. of the place. A few evenings before '
laughter Mrs. Jones who Is 111. that Kilns Susan Quay who Is known to .'
returned home on Saturday afternoon Emancipation Day was celebrated i J. Webb. Titusville. Mr. and Mrs. Cato left Palitlks the cltl- i
.. residents of Indian !River, and who _. __ _. _, ... _
last, much to the pleasure of her many !, I 10 Tltusville on Tuesday on the picnic Misses Louise Brown and Eleanor O. A. Frost, has many time with tier father unit ui the plane gave ... iu juratto u < ,
friends. She reports a very enjoyable grounds of the Colored People' Assoclaion. Soreven went to DeLand spent some ; the affair being largely attended "
Wednesday, to COUNTY (JOAIMISIIIOt Jell... Senator !Matt/ H. at his winter '1
residents of There was a large number of colored -
time the hospitable ; attend :
among the commencement exercises at by the prominent citizens: who united In
John )t. Walker Tltiisvllle.
Idence at St. Luole, will as previously
the metropolis Dade. folks present, with a few white on- /Stetson Miss Louise will be to the of
of : University. J. R. Allot. Indlanola. fated In the "pink of the East Ithl[ oil: expression feelings grab.Itude
lookers. The barbecue was one of the .
Garland well known the; guest of Mis Ruth Woodward. John C. Jones have the honor of : arid Interest which have been aroused
-Capt. J. B. ; a beat they have ever had In Tltusville. Quay. Coast, christening
work has. done
the Mr. Catto for
English; yachtsman, who generally makes The tables were laid with all the delicacies -Messrs. Geo. M. Ribhlnn, Fred A. 1[. I. Klopp, Fort Pierce. he new battleship Pennsylvania, soon tobe ' Home
} Boston Journal.
bis headquarters at Key West sailed Into of the season, and the colored folks Morgan and 1". A. I Lnsley left here, yesterday J. F, Bell, White City.CHURCH launcheddespite expectation that, -
port on Saturday last, on board his surely had an enjoyable time. for Daytona to attend a meetingof In accordance with custom, Governor A correspondent writing the AnvoATH -
trim-looking yacht, Dorothy. Ha was after the Commandery The Grand Corn- NOTICES. Stone would( be asked to name tho sponor from New York, says that Mrs.
on his way to Daytona, and left a few -Master John Graham a pleas-. mandery, of Jacksonville, Intends to be and would select his own daughter. Kate J. Ellas, formerly' Mrs. Warren Le-
dollars In town with our merchants ere ant vlult of a week or two with Master present to Install the officers. Although the disappointment of Miss hand has practically concluded the sale
leaving. Wa acknowledge a pleasant Rufus Robbins, of this place, left for Archdeacon B. F. Drown, who held /Stone:( and her friends great;the choicela of die lease and furniture of the Hotel
call. the home of his parents-Dr. and Mrs. -Mrs. Rowe and daughter, Miss Divine service at Fort Pierce on Wednes- particularly pleasing to the younger' Jrenotle, New York, to Col. A. E. Hick.
'V. S Graham-at Miami Saturday/: fence. who have been conducting a day evening, and at Jupiter on Thursday set In Wa.lllnsrt.un.ln which MUs Quays manager of the Tampa Bay hotel, Tamil
I -The Hon. John M. Caldwell, county faster John bad been at Massey's Business lancing school at Indlanola for several morning and evening, will| bold service popular The young\ woman's home ( The Grenoble I... owned by J, H.
treasurer of Hamilton Co., president of College, Columbus, Ga., for ten week, passed through; here on l&uud v, on Sunday, the Inst., at Eden-TIb- has been the scene of many floe enter Browning:, and la valued at $1.000,00(1.)
the Florida Press Association( and editor I months, and came out with honors. We en route to Green Cove Springs. We bale, at 100::!( a. m. ; and at Waveland- alnments. Mrs.Quay has for some time It Is on 7th avenue, opposite Carnegie )
and proprietor of the Jasper News, was 'understand he will now occupy a poll understand that, after a short visit at Jensen at 3M: o'clock p. m. left the planning for most of her enter- Hall It Is a seven-story structure, front-
In town from Sunday until Monday after. Ion in the law offices of Graham & Patterson hat place they will go to Gainesville.The alnmeols to Miss Quay lOll on tha avenue and on /Ctttli\ and 07thtreeta. +
A. Fulwood D. of
Her. C. D. St.
from ,
noon, receiving hearty greetings
Miami.J. Indian River Band gave a free will hold Plans have already been pro-
old Augustine, quarterly meeting;
Pooled .Mr.Mr.I. J.Caldwell MoCall was also accom of Jasper S. Andrews, writing us from concert on the hotel grounds In Titus services the Methodist church, Tltuv- rue Coronation Clay In JaekaonYlne.The pared for a DOxlN( ) addition, twelve or
Tenn. : "A friend of ours vllle, last evening. The evening was per. vllle next the ftoen stories high. This will Increase
who is candidate for the office of lemphls, says on Sunday morning serv. a
a feet and quite a large number of British coronation committee In the capacity of the hotel SO per cent.'
State Comptroller. They both left for who has a pineapple plantation some- Ices beginning! at 11 o'clock a. m.. and
Itlzens took advantage of this acksonvllla Is bard at work perfecting Contracts for the final transfer of the
Points south Monday afternoon, giving where in your section, was kind enough; oppor- followed by the administration of the
the ADVOCATE on a pleasant call ere to mall us a copy of the ADVOCATE:, unlty to hear the band, which furnished I.ord'sSupper./ The evening service will arrangements for the celebration to' be property will\ be signed\: this week.

leaving! town. which we found one of the roost Inerest- quite a lengthy and Interesting program. begin at 7:13:'. p. m. Everyone Is Invited belt on Wednesday, June 2th.; --
log and spicy little sheets which It has -Mr. T. G. Ronald of Lotus took a tu attend those services. Special rates at hotels and on the rall- For Sale or tent. "
OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In any quantity been .our good fortune to peruse in along number of Tltusvllle's young people ona roads have been promised, and a large -

at the ADVOCATE office. while; and the beautiful caption moonlight ride on Wednesday evening. I>r. that you have to your pink paper The party was consisted of Misses Alias and state. However the non-residents or rent. Address
mare the
etc. ns have not sent In all names asked for, Box :IHJ: ,
Growers. Jessie
apples oranges and
Pineapple Brady. Dowllng, Daisy Brady
The F. C. L. C. A. T. Co's. dredge
and would aid the committee If all
land It Wont Palm Beach Fla.
feel eager to be In your flowery Kate Pritchard; Messrs. Sloman Moody, ,
iuwinee hits completed the dredging of
who wish attend would ad-
could bask In the everlasting Britishers to >,
where we J. E. PendletoD 1'. J:. Ramsey and T. G. j
Miami and
he canal between Uypoluxo
We can with Pineapple vise the of such Intentionat
you and of the succulent management t
sunshine, partake Ronald. All report a most pleasant time. 1'ropoMal
Wrapping In quantity Write which Is at the south end of Lake Worth;
any range, the delicious pineapple and the and expressed a hope that Mr. Ronald once. -
ec for G. E. Coo and this week, we understand, the committee also the
prices The requests
banana. would Tltusville visit U. S. DEPAHTMKMrOr: :: AniUCVLTURE
tasty pay a again soon. ,
tf Fla. dredge has been opening the canal between -
Jensen, liroughout the state to publish this an- t
Refreshments were served on boI&rd.Garflner" Juno and Jupiter. When the OrruE or TUB: SKCIIETAHT' : .}
Furnished Cottages for Kent. work of dredging the Jupite-Juno canals non DeemeD t. WAsitlsaTof, D. C., May 1:$, 1002.
Young White Man Wanted. finished, we understand the channel Sealed Proposals will be received by I,
Flyers.E. .
Fla. of for boats from TltusvllU Kiwtcrllug Bro I'uall\ the Secretary of Agriculture until noon,
At Melbourne Beach Enquire will be open to
ranted white man to packPineapples. 31 \ for
a young Saturday May 1D03
One with experience pre. 13J K. W. BEA0JEA2T. W. Collars 10 cts; cuffs, 30 cta. Biscayne liay. IIr. J. E. Ingraham has Jut returned and improvement of the frame bullring

ferred. Address, G. E. ANDREWS, 130 and 12fro Fancy Ginghams, 10 cts. from Dads county after completing an of the Weather Bureau U. S. Deport
Tibbali Fla. A Fine Home For Sale. off on Summer Dress Patterns. Empty Sugar and Jute Harrel mportantsaleof land to Easterllng Bro., ment of Agriculture, Jupiter FlaIn
Express Wagons, worth 11.75 $1.25 the cantaloupe kings. It consists of 3,800 accordance with plans and specificationswhich
For Sale. A model southern home In South end Bring this "ad." It's worth 100 on For sale. Address, acres of rich lands at and below Cutler may be obtained at the Weather I.

of Brevard county on the Indian River any $1.00 cash jpnrchaoe. WALTEJt A. Moons The land will\ be put Into cultivation at Bureau olllce at Jupiter, Fla., and at tho

An Ideal home on Indian River; about In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice C. A. GAUDIER' : Tltnsvllle Fla. 8 George/: ., Charleston/: C. once. and lettuce, cantaloupes, tomatoes, office of the Chief of the Weather Bureau ,

seven acres of land good house, painted >-room dwelling and out-buildings. Ten ilo., will be the crops planted. Three Washington D. C. Bids must be
and In good repair; fruit trees shade acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange Horse for Sale Iraying.I hundred acres of the tract will\ be reserved sealed and endorsed on envelope "IropOllal ,f
tree, tropical abrubl and flowers. A lemon, lime and grapefruit: trees-mos* for the cultivation of grapefruit alligator for Weather Bureau building ,
Beautiful One sorrel horse It} hands high nine and -St. AngustlnCeoord. Fla. and addressed
never falling spring of water. Price all have fruit on them. yards pears mangoes. Jupiter to the ,
Moderate good reasons pure for selling. For and flower garden. Will be sold at a years old, perfectly sound and gentle Braying hauling{ of all kinds promptly Secretary:! of Agriculture, Washington :
limber particulars address argaln. For fall address : Suitable for plow( saddle or-buggy. Callon attended to. Meets all trains, Stove D. C. The Department reserves be
particular address BUY YOUR LUMBER AT DUPOXTfc to all bid.
L.. W. C., or wood supplied right reject any or ,
Care ADVOCATE Tltnsvtlle Fla. Care ADVOCATE, Tltnsvllle, Fla. t;. W. CABBOLL, Tit as vllle. ALFRED UADLEY, Tltu vlllrf. 31lddleton's freights. ae. JAUK: WILSOX, Secretary. '



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fled. 1 made for Ner York and got POULTRY IN PETALUMA. GENERAL DIRECTORY.U.

AIJ n hj \ aboard a sailing, vessel bound for Eng- t ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFffllGUARANTEED

land. About half of tbe money I took A California Town That la Given

"Id I belonged,: to outsiders who had It In the Over to 'th. I'roilaetloii-of Egan.The M.S. Chubb.. ...8...:.LANa..... ..OFFICE... .... ........TCeglater.V. : .

If" safe for security. I ruined a grocer 11jewell'l' town of I'etaluma Is ruled by > O. Kul>ln.on.... .. .. .. .. .. ..?Itauelvor.Oflloe .
and builder all honest upright at Gatneivllle,Florida.U. .
a rule
/ COO,000 hens They as long as they
ummQxSW3i/cauI FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.wrru'
f" nlen. I robbed an orphan child of produce eggs. When they are past that S. SENATORS.

& took the last. dollar belongIng of P.riUlaferro................. ....Jac"..,nvtlle.S. .
5IN a If'gn y stage of usefulness they are put out It.MrllI' '\....... .... ... .... .. .. 1'ennaculik. NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
: to a widow' with live fatherless the way somehow perhaps sent to San .
I children. My father gave up his all bouses V.S. CONGRE88MtN.Rohert : .
q n Francisco boarding and a W. Davis........ .. ....".. ... ...r latk .
and then drowned himself. :The young ;younger generation of ruler take tbelr 8. M.Bpurkman. ................. .".... .Tampa.
lady to whom I was to be married places. FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.. The Carder-C bell Coy

!lived out the rest of her days In an Insane But for these half a million of hens 1'). Nrdmtckl'almlteaeh, ....... ... ..Renator. an
aoylum. I crippled tbe business the town would never have been what K. B. Itauleraon, Fort fierce: ,.. .Kenmtmtativ

of tbe factory and sent its stock downto It now la, and the egg and poultry raIsIng EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

11 VU1.41Vta/ aM" (M) and ruined two or three of my Industry] of Petuluma would never 'Wm B..leanings. ......... ...Ooveinot. -Shack No. 1, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Cn .. .....
Jno. L-.L.Crawford .. .Secretary of Htate..lainen .
Vent friends. have hatched so to speak, and reached '. 1C. W\Milllldd. .. .. .. Treasurer. -Southern for-
I am an old man. It Is nearly thirty Its present immense proportions. The Wtn.11 Ltaaur....... Attorney-ttenoral.: Selling Agents
W. N.Sheets. ... .. ....Snpt.Puhilo'lIotlon.
years since. my flight All this time I hens k'uow It, and hence there Is no H. E. McLIn. ... .....CuinmlaBlouer.. Aftrloultura.AlonzoC. : WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND and WARREN'S
4 i }altL Cvba aaUlf have been an outlaw, from my country. spot In the place that I is forbidden to (Cronm........ .. .. ... :l' Coui|>troler.) .CRESCENT BRAND GRA
J.CItirorUR. Foster,..... ..Ad' scant-Genoral.
X. 4AAEttd Tltu I have never' been able to secure a position them. John Bradford.....'... .... ....Burvejor-leneral. ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts. National Taint j
of trust. It has seemed as If every They greet the visitor as be steps K.E. Roes .State Cliuiulnt.

man' hand was against' me. I from the train and they cluck at himas inoo"at Tallahaasee.; Florida. Works Structural and Technical Paints.

pave been compelled tn labor At_ the .. S I'REME COURT JUDGESiM.
slavish to -dally- -- tie departs-that is, u ne aoesn i II. M-\bry....?. ......... .....Chief Justice., DsiRONDE'S "LYT iITE" COLD WATER PAINT.
most pursuits earn my stay and go In tbe poultry business In F. It.Carter-.... ... ... .A..oolateJII..tlce..
THE STORY bread and I have never made a friend F. .......... .... 0 _.. _.
this favorite spot which muny finally a. Taylor.-v ------.-------, ---- ---- ---- --- ---------- ---
who did not suspect) me In time to be do. there RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.:
Twenty-three years ago were
OF A THIEF guilty of worse than my crime. I have not more than a hundred or two chickens H. E. Day chairman...... .. .. ......Oalne.. llle. HANNE :sa os.
wandered over the face of tbe earth J. I.. Morgan... ... .. ................. .Jasper. I
}I to be found In or around Petaluma. J. 1\1. Rryan.. .. .. ...... ...Kisslminre.
penniless, friendless a man without a Now more eggs and poultry are ship John L.Neelay,Jr.. clerk. ... Arriuila,
; Copyright, pot! by C. B. LewL.J country or a home. 1'1. QUAD. ped from that point than from all the Heal quartern and olllces at Tallahassee, B'la. WiiolesaL

:tit the age of twenty years I was ... other towns of the state combined, and CIRCUIT COCRT.
Bottlers of Wm. J.
1 Lemp
Minor 8. Jones Tltnsvllle .Cirmdt Judge
ppolnted bookkeeper and cashier of alarge KeUle and Pot. ;
the poultry ranches vary In size from a J. i> Iteftgs: Orlando..l'roeecutlng Attorney*
Ii factory, and after the president The American Fancier goes after back yard to a hundred acres, or more. Fall 8 .Term-fourth Monday: in April. Brewing Company's St. ]

of the company had Informed me olihe some specimens of "modern poultry No person having. a scrap of land to term-Fourth Monday in November. "Whiskeyto
stock of BREVARD 'O\JJII'IY! CLURT. Louis Beer. Keg Trade
Journalism" for puffing She Is without a flocfc!: of bens.
fact he added; advertisers regardless of quality spare A. D.Penney......... .... .... .. .County TtlclK 0\ .
', I "James you hare been elected to n their big The few figures following ipake the James K, Andrews, '.ITosecutlng Attorney. Our Sp clalty... I
and says "It Is even worse than egg business appear a very much more A. A. Stewart,....:: ::.. County; Clerk.: CLtiS. .
rery( reipocuUble position and It Is usu- the miserable oystem that enables Spring Term-Second Dinnday In May.Snmmer'rennSueomt : .
dignified occupation than It Is popularly 1 .
al In such cases to exact a bend. You In.No".mCr.
birds the fictitious
breeders to sell on ,
supposed to be: Fall Term-Htioond Hominy -
i ii come from an honest family. All of us and Inflated value of a score card." The shipments from Petaluma last Winter Term-S..cond Mondayjn February. 1246 ; > 2L25O "WTjst ..A.c.'I*:::D:1S: StrccJ'

!i I believe you to be an honest straight When a disqualified Cochin can win a year were 2.GOO.OOO dozen eggs and 30. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. OH.SON''VXLLE: r=ag.

forward young; man. Tbere are a dozen premium under the comparison system 000 dozen of poultry. As hljrfc as 14,000 .Member E. Minn SuperintendentBonaventnre..". M. Dlxon. chairman, Titutiville j

men In town willing to go on your' It seems to the writer that "the pot dozen eggs have been shipped t>ut Inoue R.N.Andrew, Cocoa: ; 0.1'. 1'lattn, Fort 1'lerce. .

i bond and for these reasons we feel secure should not call the kettle black." Inflated day from the Petaluma market COUNTY. COMMISSIONERS.J. : .IF YOU WANT A...

without any. We shall trust you and fictitious score cards If there alone. More than one-half of the eggs R. Walker chairman Tltusvllle; John R .
are any such are due dishonest or used In San Francisco! Mlot, Indlnnolui R.A. ronklluir. : Tlllnmn; John
Implicitly. All of us have known you poultry O. Jones, Wood "YIJ.; Frank hell, White City.
from childhood and we have no fear Incompetent Judges rind not to the system yearly come from this town of brooders Regular sessions are held ant Monday In each '

Ig that you will go wrong." as tbe American Fancier very and Incubators! for the motherly ben montb. .Building Lot
For three years all went well In the well knows but for reasons known does not belong here and It Is as much .. ,
A. D.PenneyTltnfivllle.County Judge.
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factory. As a matter of fact I did develop only to system. prefers to charge It up as her life Is worth to show any Inclination .1.... E. Andrew... Tlt""v lie)I... .. ,.. Pro Att'y.
to "tbe The score' card system A.A. Stewart TltuHiiillo... .... County Clerk.J. .
talent for financiering, and to setPetaluma'a or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY
a F. Wwiten Cocoa,..... .........Tax Assessor., ,
41 those who had predicted well for me cannot be thrown down by misrepresentation proud position aa the egg,a: It. w. 11"11.Tltuaville.Tax Collector. .
.. .. ..... .... LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE
not disappointed. After the first and abuse and that is center of the I'ticlUc const Is not the F. H. HoyTtttMVlllv. Treasurer.K ,
/were E. Mtnie. l ltonaventure... !Snpfc.' Iub. In.t. '
year the capacity was Increased three about; all that has been urged against result of accident but la cine to a combination J.*<>. FI'I.... Tl usvllle,. .. ... County Surveyor.. PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDE.
times and at tbe end of tbe third year It-II. F. Ballard In Fanciers'' Gazette. -viz. right soil cool !summers! .J.I'. IIr".n., Tlliisvllle. .... latratlon Sheriff.
T.J.CorkHbutt!' LuQrange. Rep Olllour
L :we were able to declare a dividend of and fiivoralile !locution. NeumeHs to We probably bave for sale just what you are seeking.

12 cent That jumped our stock 'Stops the Ctmgli the San Urnnclsco market and the extremely TITUSVILLK TOWN COUNCIL. .
per Settlers in but still there is
:r.M. llicon.mayor: iR.; E.Mml. Jr., marshal are flocking room. If you aij
away above par.. In the three years my and works off the CoM. low freight; rates forded[ by and tax ocrl\\.ct"" W. Hram.tnp, clerk and ;k .

t salary was Increased three linen, and }Laxative Dromo-Qulntne Tablets cure a reason of the competition between water trl'a.urerl.John Henry, tax: "sset Bor; John ft.Walker "> looking this way, drop a line to
F. A. : i the semiannual examination of my cold In one day No Cure No Pay. and rail\ trntiHpof-iitlou are other landing'hamandJ.L. Carrutliers. oonnoilmen > .' .

books and accounts proved right \\o a Price 25cts. Important, factors, In Its development.- The council meet first Tuesday iu each month. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Pr*..ident.

cent. At tbe beginning of the fourthyear Line Drrctllnar Tarke r*>. :Ban: rruuciacoFor Cu11. I -TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.) FLORIDA EAST,COAST R'Y,
7J7M.: ,, trees.firer .
of I Rnhhlna.I.ltlentl) t. M. Dixon,
when there another i sue
T believe In.Hue breeding.for turkeys. .J. G. HUM. aen..tary.Ieetsllooond; W ednoaday ST. AUGUSTINE FL
Block 1 was presented with ':;.000 With turkeys the name us any stock or Those Who Live on Farms. night In each month at their rooms. .
!Worth and the thanks of the board of poultry, [line breeding, Is not necessarily Dr. Bergln, I'anlIII.., writes: "I have FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS ---- -- --- ---- ---- ---- -- ---- -- ---

directors for my untiring vigilance and Inbreeding. I If you wish to establish: .. a used Ballard's. Snow Liniment ; always Indian River Lodgre No.W),holds Its meetings: .......................08
sterling honesty. Wasn't that a thing strain with certain markings wll!! recommend It to my friend!!, as I am con the second and fourth Friday evening: of each
social you fident there Is no better made. It Is a month, at their lodge room, near. court houae, C
I bad standing .
be ?
ft to proud o( a never do It if you go out of that strain for burns." Those who live on at 7:30: o'clock p. m. J. R. Walker W. M.; s..tMnayup'-,5.0.
second to none, and during the last and make direct crosses on other dandy F.A. Morgan" ,Seo'v. For $3 20 : ;;: Full f
farms are especially liable to many accidental :: : r. Quarts ;;
t I; month of the third year I was engaged; strains. If you breed directly In line cuts, burns and bruises, which ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.FrlenilKhlp urt.auae

to the beautiful and accomplished getting new blcoil from another branch heal rapidly when Ballard's .Snow Liniment ,Chapter, No. 11, hold I Its meeting OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD Ql
In the Masonic Lodge room, Tltnarllle. on the
q! daughter of our president of till mime family yon cnn by pare Is applied. It should always be SratTnuadaylneach month at3:30o'clock: m.1)

i The beginning of my downward career f ul nmtlnt train otie-hnlf: to one point on kept In the house for cases of emfrjrency.25cta .ndtheihhdTnesdavin each month at 7:30:
and L B R. Wilson ticSon's o'clock p. in. The following are the ofllcrrn of Calhoun Pure
was a very simple circumstance tbrolr score. So you are each year ''get 50cts I $ at the lodge| MnI.ST.Rnbbineworthvmatron| E Rye Whiskey

or, rather two circumstances In one. ting a little! nearer pel'fectlonPoultr1 l>r. B. It. Wilson worthy patron| Mrs. H. R.
In looking over the safe one day I .* Wilson l ussoclnte matron; Mr. F. A. Morgan: ,
i Keeper Lime Supply ,For Poultry. trearnrer) hire R. C. ScrlniReour, secretary) We ship In Plate Package! ; no marks to Indicate contents, which will
i came across a package of $;:jOO which One of tbe best materials that a poul Miss Kate Stewart, romlnotieas. ; Mr. ..tnbnA.Hughee .* avoid all comment Whoii you get it and test it. If it la not aatI8"otor'l return \
bad been mislaid my assistant. It e HSHnclate ron'lnctreKa Mr*. O. W. Boo.hlr. it asoilrexpeo.eandyour$3.20will cheerfully ake, la :!
by TO CURE A COLD IN ONE! MAT. tryuian cnn use for supplying the req. Allah; Mr*.,?. R. Wa ker,R .; Mr. F. A.. 9 .good as any S5.UO winds in the market. We are close at hand and can give CO
was Just after an examination ot'my Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All tiislte lime Is oyster shell or any other Morgan, Esther; Mra.J.: I. C..rrnlhera.l\lRrlh.. I 9 you quicker delivery than distant house We have been doing biiHiness In
books, apd the examination bad been Mr*. 'r. T. Wetuore, Marshall; Mis Zandle. thl.'oit., and at the same stand for \ilO 0.1'.0, and as to our reapviitlbllltyml
the it It falls
druggists" refund money variety of shells. An experiment !In Stewart, Klecta.: ,:'2> reputation for houent. dealing we refer you to any bank or merchant here 1
so much a matter of form that this to cure. E. \V. Grove's signature is on this direction wan made at the New or to the eaiiur ol this paper.
In weeks before: had not each box. 2-totH.:
money, paid 9 .
York experiment station, and tbe result SOLOMON & LEVI

been missed. You may say we had was such tbut the use of oyster shells. P. O. Box 33 .
: A Fine Tom. I928-I93O First Ave. Ala.
i rather a loose! .system. I adult It. Aake liann***) Aid to Flout the Ark. ,
during the laying season where they This young bronze torn weighing NOTIC-R We exprmisrharves to all points rnnrhed by the "Sonthorn Knpr nsConiptiny .
Find me a place where the cashier la Senator Ilnnna receives' many curlou pay : ::
can be cbeuqly obtained was stronglyrecommended. Is the of ," but to polntMon llnHHof other expreMiconiimiilM we prepay I ,
ft' not under bonds and Is Implicitly trusted letters, but the proposition which wui blrty.two.pOllnds.. property Where Hoiithern KxiriCmnpnny( tranKrars to nl.l. ntlinr compnnv. We uannol "hip
It was found there that for other When
00.1 l'rlc..I1. vooda on application. writing please mention lads pupur.
and I'll show you the same careless made to him tbe other lay takes the a
one pound of oyster sheila contained .
system. Things are careless because palm for uniqueness, says the Washington ,
sufficient lime for the shells of about
be Is strictly honest or because be is Post. "On the top of Mount ..AI"unt. .8GO OQOe..Q.0 Om Oeeco
seven dozen eggs. .
short his "there -- - --
dishonest and wants to cover up wrote correspondent :
for tbe
Shells are not tbe only source
,, ages. The finding of that money was la ,till preserved, burled amid eternal .

no temptation to me. I'd have chopped snow Noah's.ark. I am organizing a also lime contain necessary a large for percentage eggshells./ of Bones lime CHAS-: .Hi TT ZLvdZ::! Sc CO. ,

1 a hand off before embezzling It. company to dig It out and bring It to
as Is seen from the following analyst JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
alT stew. Bayst..
I On that very' day, however one of our tbe United States You can help me
of clean dry bones of oxen: and sheep:
best customers In New York who had make a lot of money If you will go I Into Per centCarbonate

4 4t bappened that way' almost by accident the scheme because the original Noab'i of lime................... V to 1
paid the factory a visit He had Just ark would be tbe best paying attraction Phoiphate of lime................... CS to 61 4.
cleared $23,000 In a pork deal and nt the St. Louis fair." Up to the present Phosphate of magnesla..a... 1 to 1 ULL FuL.I.
Fluoride of calcium................... I 4c
naturally wanted to talk about It. I time Senator Uanna baa not Invested Organic matter ....................... 25 to 30
bad kept' ,clear of all sorts of specula- In the Noab's ark scheme. Fresh green bones also contain besides

.tlou, but when this man explained his
the lime compounds, some protein EXPRESS
i' deal to me and told me of other speculations i XPRESS ( _
or flesh" formers which add to their
In which be had cleared PREPAID
value its n poultry food. Tbe best way
bandsome he started tbe fever
to render tin bones'available la to have LO
ti which proved destruction. lie did Fitt i
my :
them broken by means of the bone cut J1iIA2O il'
not advise me one way or the other. III .r
ter. One pound of tbe green; bones l Ie

;. andI never blamed him. generally considered: sulllclent for sixteen % ,
I did not wait to think the matter ,
!hens. Besides the cut bones or
I had Invested savings\ Into
over. my
oyster nhvlls. the hens must have u generous .eI
rent estate and of course I could not M(s. U. U. FIslK'l. Flope. Ind. The picture '
of kind of grit
supply some very
sell my stock without questions being; "The square peg in the round hole course !sand! or broken;: crockery. The la reprutlui'iHl from [tellable. Poultry I i) Z. X450i

asked. I would take the $.00 I have figuratively expresses the Use of means grit corves as teeth for the bens and Journal.
referred to. It never entered my mind unsuited to the desired end. A great I
It tndlKestlon
when they are unable\ to obtain DELIVERED FOR I I If
that ,1 might lose It. I should win. ofcourse many people who have been cured of and other ailments are sure ttl Good For. Klieuiiiatlsm. 5
and tbe money would be returned dyspepsia and other: diseases of the stomach
to the cash account I called it a and its allied organs of digestion and follow.The. Last fall I was taken with n very severe $12
nutrition by the use of Dr.Pierce'sGolden attack.of miiHoiilar rheumatism which o0
temporary loon from the factory. After .Medical Discovery gay: "Wetrietl many Beat Prescription for MalariaChills > caused me great pAin and annoyance. t..J.. = "",.....,,,....1. -..,., ..., ti
1 bad Invested It I bad twinges of con '! and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's .
medicines: with only temporary benefitIt Tasteless Chill Tonic. It Is simply Iron After living several prescriptions and Agents for the Pnbst
science. It wasn't exactly dishonest lJrcwltlJ'Co.
t was not until we began the use of rheumatic) cures' I decided to use ChAm-
put it was a breach of trust and 1 felt 4 Golden Medical. Discovery' that we and quinine In n tasteless form. No berlain's Pain Ilalm which I had seen - -- -- ---. - -
. t degraded. For the first! time In my lifeI found a complete and lasting cure." Cure, Xo Cure Price! SOcts.. advertised In the Month Jerneyrnan. After -

i c found It an effort"to look other men It Is undoubtedly true that Dr. Pierce's two applicationsuf' this. Remedy I was 1) T i Pll. Theytemporanly
squarely In the face That should have Golden Medical Discovery bolds the record DreBnlnfa Capone. much better, and l after using one bottle on't a '.f4e <<:' cure constipation

been tbe turning point. I should havereplael'.1 for the perfect and permanent cure In dressing capons leave feathers on was complete! cured.-Snllie Harris, tJI. by agitating the

tbe money and taken warn of indigestion/: and other diseases of the neck from head down two-thirds wiiy Salem: N. J. For sale by all druggists bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
stomach and associated. organs/ of digestion to the shoulders. Leave feathers on and medicine dealers.
ing. I believe It was tbe worst thing. secretes enough bile to make the Intssiines

U. C
aril nutrition. It not a palliative.It first two Joints of ,vln ". Leave. feathers
execute their natural 1 functions.
that could have happened to me that Unn 1t-
that $;)00 )1la on legs from knee Joint two- continual and increasing doses
fortnight Didn't I stop there? Of flabby fat. correBpondeut In the Ohio Farmer ; to
thlrda the hi All the rest ol attain the results.
course not The fact that I had bit It alt I I. with plramir, that I tell you what Dr.Plrrce'a way up pa. Ilnlms that grate;I cnluhrtis, root minted n
anI' Pellet the feathers' nhnnld com off. ,.
loltlen Meilicnl Discovery "'
right sntl"lied roe that I hud the necessary have clone for me." write Mr. T. M. rnltncr of with broad rruiuba and tuude Into compCISI

nerve and acumen and reinvest Peed>, KftilluiHU Co., Texas "Two yeanmao jVTAII A VATjUAUM: MEIICINI': nuiiill boluses la a sure cure for chicken

ed. I made $1.500 on the next' deal but Everything taken. ( with I at* Btomnch would put.and me bowel in distresslived trouble.. I For Couch and Colda In Children."I cholera. Force the boluses down the on the

r, on tbe third was wiped out You canJrU"'ss two. week on milk aud even that RBV( me have not tbe slightest hesitancy In throat of the sick fowl. r liver; cures Chills
5 >ain. I felt >. though I would starve
what followed I managed tot : : Itat Chamberlain's Cough
Three Ijoeton.ttended me-one and dylepnia *- recommending; e and"Fever, and every form of
dispose of my stock; without suspicion two. ...1<1 catarrh of the nlomach and Remedy to all who are suffering; from Cures When Doctors Fall. Malarial BIlous. Intermitting
: and
end It was swallowed almost at a.gulp. rowel*. They attended me (one nt % time) for. cough or colds. ," says Chas. M. Cramer Remitting

Up to the let duty of June on my t urtb1eal' on tried*year other I I patent stopped medicine taking; their BY** no medicine better,and and: a well known watch maker, of Colombo, Mrs Frank Cblasson, Patterson La., Fevers, anJ, by going to the seat of the

I bad embezzled $10.000 of the 1: grew. no weak and nervoua my heart would Ceylon. "It has been some two years writes June 8th 1001: "I had malaria trouble works permanent cure.
6uu.... I could not do kind of work. Now bad form unrfbr
any since the City Dispensary first called my fever In very was treatment -
company. My books would be examined : 1; can do my house work very well; ant gaininft doctors but I FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
attention to this valuable medicine andI by ad soon ae stopped
< Jlak amd ttrtufil, and can eat anything I
on tbe lit of July and the shortagediscovered. want." bave repeatedly) used It and U has always taking their medicine the fever would

v1, Accept no substitute for Dr. Pierre's been beneficial. It has cured me return. I need .ample bottle of Her- n. JB. WILSON &; -SON.

tlt It Is wonderful bow rapidly' tbe rain golden Medical Discovery.Dr. quickly of all chest colds. It Is especially bine, found It helped me. Then bought ---

r .f a man can be effected under what Pierce's Common Sense Medical: effective for children and seldom two bottles, which completely' cured me.I .

nay be termed favorable clrcumstan- Adviser it sent free on receipt of stampsto takes more than one bottle to cure themof feel grateful to :you for furnishing such JOE

oes. In the course of four or Dye pay expense of mailing only Send hoarseness. I have persuaded many a splendid, medicine, and can honestly FRXXTXTLTGOF :

\ < \ souths my degradation was complete. ri one cent stamps for the paper covered to try this medicine, and they are all as recommend to those suffering from
On night toward the last of Jane book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound well pleased as myself over' the results." malaria, as 1C will surely cure them. ALL
volume. Address Or. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo :. For sale by all druggists and medicine Herblne 5G-cent bottle at B. R. Wilson
.arias paved the way for a week oraor.e.
& Son.
N. Y. dealers. ADVOCATE
ifr t I. robbed tbe ute'of $ SPQO and PRINTING OFFICE.
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Notice. RYE BREAD AND CCFFE'FhIe ::.... Rivalry of Boston antt St. tiootm.. Tta. Jefferson Mem"' l Rond.
::=:; .... Soft -
::; "'- 'J'lw
twelfth shows that St.
ifMisu : -
!: IS UKRKliT OIVE.VTI Tin The proposition to build a tueuiorlal I
M. NOTICE : lath > Staple rood otWowkIag.nurn -
,!II. J.ouls holds the fourth mill DoHtoit the
GEO. will' Rl'plv< of June i 192. tlx iin.lerttlKn In Grrmuny.The road connecting the home> und grave of
tr tl"lBolennirfcr letter pitt- flfth piucv In (tilt' lint of front (flU,. in
entilimii tliucliiirturu Jefferson umt the
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR | |ioarliiK hclnw.Uonllny. worUInKiiinn III Oorinany rnus \' Thomas "nlverslty
1". 1>A1MHHON. the nitcd ::talt'x. Hit Curuivr having Harness
bare ] of end lit. of Virginia U one- of umre tbiin local
A.T-LAW.I, I< K' NK 10:. liON 1>, coCfee urn plenty It. a
J. B. (' MUI>. tie ruent. Butter U 1 prnctlcnlly ui t \ a populullou: of 73.1US.: :! : lui hitter nutu Interest Cburlotteuvllle. the seat of

Iffill In State and United States c 4 RO. M. Ito tiitio.. bcilug j(P&i.( ) \Vli.'i.. eill/' recalls tbe Ton
practice known to him lard being irw
Court. CHARTER. sti-ml. lIe l tUt'ly1"I'S milk crms or frrt'ltl. i>iaU-M nniUila.. tin- nutlonuUOIIKV l associated) wltb the fuuie ot Joffersou, anti ntm tat a.tniiRh.0" an rutwlrw m io.S busing .

at TITUSVILLK FLA. white flour anhe thinks ot of llttlv EUREKA liar-.
never rt-prestMit.itVvro woretitHul
I Theoe' Article and the university was al"1t1111COIU'\ to ness Oil. You can
WHII..oth. That the under- Inlying of the better cats' of uiroitCauticJ Jtmtftlion Ha UfW.-m..k>t" ,
ilirn il have a..ocllLto.1. thmmolviwriir. the IMI nuy a wuuiry UK" l hlIt, Junto h tjulucyOf : bill heart. ThereIs soarrirly" a doubt --' Itmt Iwirea,. long mm It

I r* L. GAULDEN, ixme Incurporatlim' of forming law,. a aCorKiriitl of|the State, under of Florida.the general:; Icnn poods familiar to every A HUT, BOllloLI1II1"t: tlm. Loulxliiniii pur that the founding! of University of Ordinarily. woUl
ARTICLE I. to lilm.worker. are absolutely unknown cliniMr.: It si-euiH like tin Irony of fate Virginia brought greater satisfaction

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Unit tho little wttli'tm-nt In the west EUREKAHarness
the venerable stutvxruan he
to as reviewed -
The nlllne"' (: -
!!" 'oM'mtln; lmll Iw the EaHtiw Ills staple toM IB rye bread whlctiho
fill practice ln all> the Courts of the Slat Coast olilcu 1IIIDL'.r will, h.and Ht"lIply RCIL ('n"'nny." Ito irinnI.1a1 buys In enormous loaves. Ills wifeor priii xrlMrriH-xH should wltlilrn tbe con. bill long life than the fuct tbat -'

I d Floruit and the United States Courts. 'Iorlola. an'llt will 110 l4alkle.bIl8In..0.lrovard at'v U..llie., Ills little girl goes to uinrket for this tuc-y tune' outRirlptied the! he had been governor; of his native Oiltuiuk.sapoorlooktns

1.0 13o1 233. TITUSVILLE FLA. 'fltuollIe may be,ilueuied Fnrt Iturce.lulvimtiile.ARTICLK an,1 a'. Rnch other places. brpntl {uij brings It home clasped In 8Uctb.UH"th" HM>troi...ilU. It must biivt stateor' minister to r'rnni-e or secretary!

II. her arms unwrnppl' Hub of state or even prvitUU-nt, of the United newt lIMO nivvv, Mote bar-of

J. WEBB, little tot of a towheuJeJ girl stnRger to have been dUtuncrU tons ago by States lie once- wrote: "Could the- piiMr hottry bottled oil, re.pecltly .
i4': The(toneral nature of the buMlnnm to be tranR' propnrwl tu wllUuuuL -
uctttil will "botho trailinu in luiniieraiul, bitllilnninppllns lug homeward with a loaf almost all Cirago. wlilcli was hardly tbougttt of dead trot. any Interest In rnouumeiit thuS wuuther.Rolrl .

ATTORNEY-A T.LA W, or every anti alltlon, unit al,i' their l liiiaiiulnrtnre big ns aha was, antI as she walked she Wild !Uontoii waseiKTablv." ant! novto the following! would bo to. my mallets. "vPr\h..
luanclion .
/ IncliUmtn in CUD*-all _
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th to the oregoliig "...h'e.... gnawed lustily at the lllnty end of the bo coinpt>llMl to take its place lx'. most gratifying: here wns burled

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents ARTICLE III_ loaf. Indeed I have licnnl It Bifid that hlml I St. l.DUlr. Is an added anti almost Thomas Jcffersoa.! author of the Dec Made bj STANDARD OIL CO.

and rents and accounts oofleoted.TxTusvILLp The niithi.rlj-.ed capital tuck Is ':!'I.DOD. 111. the eating of thla hard crusted bread' uiit'iidnni blc humiliation.Uut toratlou of 1 ndl'1101 00..n 00. of the statute -- .. -
vlded Into 2fl<> .ha.. of $iOu eaol. All .t FLORIDA. elicit he paid tor In full before ertltliMiMw JBBIIO unequalpd excellence. lloHtau uppuruutljr Oot-. not I intend of Virginia for religious freedom

but real estate. hniiuiir! and other supplies dealt to the in which arid father of the University of Virginia. .
in by the Company inav l be purchnaii and pali Aud this bread' Is good thoroughly nctvpt position BEST FOR THEBOWELS

D. PENNEY, for with I capital. Block; at a Jiint valuation of the Rood. Tbe Koveruueiit which 8uperls > tile ninrcU of Wl'sJ-.rD progress bas .' "
.A liroperty hotiKht which hull. lie Hxed by the .11.
rectory or the Company at a meeting called fo \ es everything and everybody guardsthe placed her. She proposes to Increase i There could hardly be a more flttlng

i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, such ll11rl'oa.i rye bread of tbe people with Jenloua her population If not by growth withIn memorial to hint than tbe constructionof

ABTICLC\ IV. cl re. The bakers are watched limits then noble which shall traverse
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. full amt make nreaent by expansion.A. : a avenue If yon ".'un'. .....1..... h..tbr mov.m.n* of ItM
The to
Corporation will exist for a term o' compelled give weight bill before fi lsi l III or will b.. K.
) the Massachusetts legis. too four miles of beautiful country between -::: errS vy. your.; *p you*
ninety-nine year iloiwflai.4be Wail rurv* In tit* ,li. >.of viv
good bread. I have enten It In a nuw |
Will practice in all the courts of the 7th Intvre prorldea that "any city or town tho university and Jefferson's! isxit phv.'loor|*lU|*ul.oii.In uliniiteOlls.. The Bmnntli
ARTICLE V. ber of different towns, and It was always r.i.I: :: : IO.$t i>orr:'Ir.W.l vf k..()lnii tii. .bawctst
Judicial Circuit. wblch now adjoins or may hereafter home at Monticello. Itesldos, the enterprise .5 Se l
The bimlnens of the Company will be conducted sweet to the taste and whole- CANDYCATHA
liy a Hoard: of Diroptor j which, until the ftr* Borne. This bread Is fairly cheap cost adjoin\ the cit.r of Itoston by land or would advance the movementfor
annual TIO
meeting nhnll
nonnlnt of
FREDERICK: A. MORGAN but the Hoard of DI..torllltlay four be iitoclc decreased holier tag tisually front 33 to CO pfennigs ((9 bridge anti whoso! boundary' 1st within good roads In the United States by

to three or Inonaned. to live bs vote of tile has ten miles of the and for district
er.odk lioldon, at to 12 cents) a loaf though It. too statehouse. any serving as an example every
any annual nieotinir. The DIrectors -
REAL E3TATEAND INSURANCE will elaft from auiontr their own number risen In price with Increased demand. city or town which touches the seashore of the middle Atlantic and southern

a prml.lont. a Secretary and a Treasurer who Upon this great loaf the German era
between Mnrblehead anti Hull states.
Notary Publio ball also be the treiieral Manager of the Com
pany.Until. plre may be said to rest. All Germany; (Inclusive of such towns), may become Tbe memorial movement Is being
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. the omcorn electml at the lint annua has on It. In one form It js '
meet tug audI be iualiHnd| the Board of 1)1. grown tip annexed to such city of Boston by con conducted by an association recently
TZTTJSVILLE. FLA. rector" will oiu ,l t of George II'. Paildlson the basic ration of the German array "
Frank' E. Iloncl, J." ]I. Onnnufand: ( : and many a peasant can live very wen current vote) of both municipalities. formed at Charlottcsvllle of which
Rolililnn, and ,1. R. Conrad Rhall I h e l'roR'r..nt.(: The passage of this measure with General Klti-llugh Lee Is presidentand EAT'EMLIKECANDYPIm.n
II. JONES Frank K.: Honct, Secretary. and (Jeorua 11'. fadd for n considerable time though be has ...
PftUtarilo, Potent, T. (looti fIn QOMl
WADE' son TrBinnrcr. anil OfiTieral'"r.. nothing else tu cut.-Outlook. the annexation: WhIch It purposes to :Mr .1. :%i. White _treasurer niultut Not.r Hlcknn, .. Ur ..> ID, W unit "XI' i-....
The !first annual menrlng fir chunk holder and r txtft. w..k.n1..e camel.! anti boo"I. *)
uhirectira. shall be held on the third. Monday oJuly 1I01l11Irlf411( will put llostaii u long way coMprntlon of those who reveretbe {:.lth. Adilrom in

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE IIHU) saul upon the third .Monday of July In aliviid of St. 1.011111.! It will swell tin tcrvut VlrKlnlun wonkl) be u|>|>recluti rr..uiia coartKV. cnirtvow mw YO'".
each miCrflBding year CANDLES.Their .
Loans and Collections. The \Hoard of l rue-tor l nhnll have power to population to 1.J 10.720. setting her just >d. KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

adopt y-law for the Coiporatlon.AHriCLB\ Mellow 1.lahl I* Fa.1 Ileeom.tnit behind Hillndelphln.

TITDSVILLK FLOKIDA. VI. bat w Memory In commenting on Doston's schemeto JDenfncHs Cannot llo <:..rel.

The hdrheit amount of IndHbtedntma nr llahlitv So markedly Is the candle going out local Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
bent her southwestern rival I the 8t.Lovls by application, as they cannot
A. to which the corporation can Ht any time of use that tjie dictionary of a few reach the diseased of the and Don't Know It.,
GEO. \VORIEY, subject' itself shall not exceed fifty per cent of Tost-Ulspntcli says that city ear. -
.Its authorized" capital. years hence will probably have to sup. "cnnnot to In thin There Is only one way to. cure deafness How To Find Oat.,
hope compote styleof
ATTORNEYATLAW.General IX WITNESS WHEREOF, TheRe article hay plement Its definition wttb an llluatra and that 'U toy ns.tktutlonal remedies Fill a bolUs or common glass ...-Ith, your
beet nlgneil, the b orlhora on thin 12tll Krowtb. since the outlying territorylu Deafness W paused by no Inflamed
practice In State and Federal day tlon. In the glow of electric light gas condition ,water and let It Stand twejuy-touf tMUrsi *
of A. I). 1902.Signature. .
too mill I Itlply us Site lining\ of tbe usta-
thinly oplod.Ve might
Courts. All business entrusted will .Address. Am't of Stop and paraffin we are much disposed to pt sediment or set-
receive prompt attention.. Suibu.cribeui.GEORGE pity our Immediate forefathers who HK area of the city nmny times ohlan Tub When this tube gets Inttnmed ; indicates tn

General Cpunsel for the Tuttle Estate FRANK E.F. PADDIHON lli>Hi>, Eau Defend Oallle, Fla.FI..l0. 0bareJ. share... bad to put up with candles. without reiu-hliiK Boston's proud mass porfeot you bearing solve, and a rumbling when It sound Is entirely or Im- of the condl.kid- -

Miami. H CONRAII. Olenwood Fla., S anareKO. ,. Yet we retain a strange respect fo of popu lotion." Tin- (I lobe-LIeluocrat closed( deafness Is the result aDd unless

MIAMI FLORU1A.J () )[. Koiiiitss Tltusvllle Kla., Ill .share the candle In certain directions. When takes u noinewbnt more' optimistic view the lattivumatlon can be taken out and Utng. ; linen If It stains It Is

STATE: OP) COUNTY FLORIDA j I IiItKVAItl we wish to pay tbe highest reverence, and while conceding thnt Itoston's this tu lae restored to Its normal, condition of kid
back It. The death cbnm hearing will be destroyed forever nine
ANDREWS fall ;
J JAMES On this 12th day. of May A. I). 1103 persona we upon plrtn to CPt ahead of St. Louis may trouble : tog)
If came. before me. DeorKa;, IadillAon, "'rankE.Hond.oJ. ber Is lighted wlth-candlea. So U th<. oases auk cxf ten are caused by catarrh dell{% W)
ATTORNEY.A T-L\. II. onrad and UeorOC8 M. Kohbln church altar. We cannot but be force work temporarily, Insists that "Jthe: which Is nothing but an inflamed condition It or I\ \"
and severally acknowledged their signature! to central of the United States of the muooiir surfaces.
great city a's
Alain conclusion that higher Idea the b"9 \
office and postoftlce address TITUS- the foregoing Charter.In also to tbe ,
wltnens whereof I have hereunto set my have been brought out and better mat. la certain to pull ahead again In a We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for convincing proof that the kWnsyi In r Isi
TILLS. Branch office at FORT PIKRCK. hand and olltclal seal, the date above written. .. .. Any case of deafness (caused by catarrb) dec are out of order. --.. minnr ..,
Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. FREDERICK A. MORflAV. ter written by candlelight than hayS short time. that onnnotbs cured by Hall's CacarrU -

[L. 8.] Notary 1'uhlio. been or probably ever will be by that However this rivalry Is not likely to Cure. Head for circulars, free.F. There What to Do, _
Notary Publio :State at Large. Is comfort In the
6jn State ot Florida at 'large. knowledge N'rten
of gas or electricity. lessen the warmth of St. Louise wel- J. CHENEY (JO., Toledo OMf expressed. that Dr. Kilmer's
could not possibly bar -Sold by: druggists 73o. Hall. Fs.m. Swamp.
Shakespeare como'of tbe grand old commonwealth Root the great kidney remedy fulfills .
CTEPIIEN E. FOSTER, Notice. written all bill plays by daylight In. llv Pills are the best. wish In every
of Massachusetts and Its great and expanding .. ........_ curing rheumatism, pain In tha
4M." '
-j jI'f deed, It Is more than prpbable that the metropolis at tile coming LouIs back kidneys liver bladder and eyory part
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, CIRCUIT oornr OP TUB!: stcvEvm JUT touch of bohemlanlsm In bin compos. of the urinary passage. It correct Inability
dmlal > Irclllc of Florida, lu anil. hot Urevar r In uu Purcbnw exposition.: I It. ,Is ruv siliiucoicil. tliuihould i WII..loInJrl. ll 10 hold water and
Sims Building, County. tlon. as In that of his watered down scalding; pain In passing
'_ .- IIIMIu h i i I of sui'ietyThu
tlt'I'"I'III"1I1| It. or bad effects
J. D. VanDeman literary descendants today preferred following use of .
JACKSONVILLE, F'LA. COIIII"aLllaut., 1) night to day for turning out Its best Vnu KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING lust| | I Ihllill ..r! i I'. UOI-M nf tina.>rrttury wlrw or beer and overcomes that unpleasant'necazsiiy

_Va. Morton. -In.. Cliannnrv.StephanleU ---.---.,.. work. Hamlet's golllotjuy; upon the! When you take Grove' Tasteless Chill or "Mucit-ty who I volt ii|'on Ill m of being compelled to gs of Ie,,'

GEORGE w. ALLEN, ,(Jeur"e W. Morton et at.J existing value of thliiKS. -Portia's tribute Trailn because the formula Is plainly ..It the tiiHli of ,Hxlnu I IIII' niiilter osui'lnl during the day and) to get up many times .-
An alt! lavlt havlmr .been filed In thin, Conr printed on every bottle showing that It Is during the night ThIS mild and thIS extraordinary 1 '
and advice of Polonlu
to the I pri'reUt-iu) >' ut tin* liiitloiuil
mercy cap effect of
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W bv thieatt.orney for the complainant stating; the Irngly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless Swamp.Root Is soon \
liellefuf the atllant that the above defendants. to Laertes as to the best way of conducting fovm. No cure >lo Mot*. 'hlll. realized II stands the highest for Its won-
KBY: WEST, FLORIDA,, Stephanie Morton and, George W. Morton are himself in !life were probably ... derful cures of the moat
each of them over the age of yearn. and resld i cases.
Will practice in the United State I without the :itAta of Florida., to-wU In the City written between the snufllngn of a cnn i Upon his return,; to London from a 80 I'rln"pcJrlh..rt Is not roinliiB to If you need a medicine you should have the .
and State Courts. of Now VorkStateofNew Voik. die. In the best. Sold by druggist In BOo. and
OjunWT particular can one Imagine $1. size
Now, therefore |Ie I I" ordereil that. von ntenh tour or thin! country Sir Henry Irving this ('OUlllry. I'OMHlUly the kill.., thinks You hAve
.' decisive snuffing and the may sample bottle of this
M. and contemptuouS
ante Morton Ueorire \ Morton
you ;
appear to the hill of complaint, on tile In this tOIlI'lIIlaWIlY/ of the scrap of burnedwll'k spokt In doffing terms of "the growth that' one eune!! of dyt<[''-|>Mlu In HIM, Uubonzollfrii wonderful discovery' -

O. FRIES C. E. outliNe at the Clerk's OIHoe of thU Ouurt, lu TUtuavllle and development of tbe United States futility Is enough fur the and a book that tells\
at the close of the
hypothetlciilly -
"PlorUa, on the passage '
disposing of "Cuetinr's imperial In all brunches of Industry Including present. 'e5m" ....._._.._ more about It, both sent I -
COUNTY SURVEYOR. SECOND: : DAY OF JUNE, A.D. tOO2. absolutely free by mall
dramatic work. and welcomed the
day. Globe.
Land legally surveyed and sub-divldod and I..Oo..I'bere..fttor.. .a* yon may be advlned. address Dr. Kilmer & Ron.. of -_
Mapping Thus order will he published. with turn little de "American Invasion" because "legiti) Thnt Konth Afrtrnndove of JlpP..fIItlPllIlI Co., Binghamton N. Y. When Wl'ltln"men-:
done. Estimates fui
all kinds neatly of engineering works. Disputed lay once"*a may week be for,In lour the FAR consecutive. COAST ADVOCATE week. and a A TheoIo..le.1 o.e. mate competition In art and trade always to !II. It rat li'i' freiiky bird but tion reading this generous offer In this paper.' J JI11n

lines a specialty. copy hereof shall, within' twenty days from thisdate "I was once showing a young Japanese worked for good." Sir Henry It ala, yet find a piim to light.
be Mont by mall to each of the shove' defendant around " Brevard Co., FLORIDA. at their addrer iclveu In the Hflldavll anti Boston says a correspond. Is a practical observer of conditions
mother copy ponced at the Court lluuite door of ent of The Living Church "and casually Cured Eczema, itching humors
Srevard County. I whose vision Is not blinded by tbe
dropped into Trinity church witS -
Done and ordered at the Clerk' Office at TI 1'linplex and Carbuncles.
S. BURNHAJf M. P. f footlights and no doubt his tribute to
N. timvlllfl Florida. ,till the lath day of April him. lie was at the time a recent con-
A !>., 1IK\ vert to Unltarlanlsm ip his own country our growth and development Is entire Costs Nothing Try.

SURGEON and SPECIALIST 6t t. SJ) Clerk Circuit Court A. A.Hrevurd STEWART County. and was wide awake to everything ly sincere though; there may have D. B. B. (Dotanlo Blood Balm) Is now

Ear Nose and Throat.WIST connected with American civilization been a little touch of satire In hIs recognized as a certain and sure cure for v
eczema Itching sblo humors, scabs pirn-
Notice of Application For Tax and American Christianity. coupling commercial I terms with the blisters bones : and oivn
pleicalea, watery aching
PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. "A few minutes after mrulprn .IA ('..rh.. It th. ?
Deed. enteringTrtnlty, ___' .n .'__"irA..' ----r-nil .' wiii.. __ ___ or joinui 0/11"1 oarounoies, pricnmg pain r per gooa crept -

Under Bee 8. Chap.4888 Laws of Florida. as we approached tbe center aisle I I result:, unconscious otherwIse, of 10 the skin, old eating sores, ulcers, eto. '
R.FLOATING. HOUGH/TON'S noticed him making a distinct sniffling Hotanlo Blood Balm taken Internally.cures art grclvn.
D observing the operations and ,
ISenry, Agent, purchaser of Tax Certlrt.'ates No. noise and. looking toward him saw of of factorleuin the worst and most deepiieatejoases Sold ...P7W.......
sic. sin, 8U( and 8M, :dated the Bth of July A. 1aM > that he was In the art of smelling.hit dome our by enriching, purifying and vltalla-
DENTAL APARTMENTS has Sled laid certlltoate In my ottloe and l in 11 In wliert novels are dramutlzetJ log the blood thereby giving a healthy 1909 Annual FREE.o. .
I baA md application for tax ded to l 1.0.... In nostrils moving convulsively after tb
while wult. blood supply to the skin. Botanic blood M. r.i""y ,A oo.
the accordance with la*. Said certlncat embrace manner of an animal scenting 'some you -
on "Dentos bi following uleaurlbeti property idtnated In lire. Balm is the only cure, to stay cured, for Detroit, -
Florida to-wlti All of Section I > thing. Looking surprised and mystified. Mloti.
he*. awful annoying skin troubles. It
Now AT PALM BEACH.Foley's all rf"r fraorlonal Section 12,all of Section 14. allii I at once asked him what was tbl \Vorl.lVhle Itepiitntloii. -
teals sort and gives the rich
) I!<,,",bof RangelitRait. and N" every glow
TlJwn.IIW3'l. ; matter. and In broken English he ,.. .. _. _
----- -- -- --- : : ii ofNF4tNWt.' and HH Section replied White's Cream Vermifuge has achieved of health to the skin llullds up the --t
4, 'lanA South of Range 36 Buit. 'I smell paganism.! S world wide reputation being the beat broken down body and makes the blood
Kidney Cure The Bald twine asneMMMl at the date of the The Largest and Most Comolate
issuance. of such certificate In the name of Florla "This method detecting false doe of all worm destroyers, and for its tonlo red antI nourishing. Especially advised -

mllke41 k/dneY4lllnd bladder right.YirgmiaHomes < Southern Railway. Company. ITnle** Maid trfnca la capable of some curious
certlllcate: shall be redeemed: "according ta'i;; .." as U neutralizes the) acidity sourness. eat medicines and hot springs fall to cure. -

tax May deed, A. D.will 1002.Issue,Witness thereon my on ofHclal the 27th Signature( i of the stomach, Improves their digestion Druggists $1. To prove I). U. B. cures, 6EO S HACKER & SON

anti wal this tba I7th day t of April A. D. 9M. and assimilation of food, strengthenstheir cures, sample sent free and prepaid by ,
[L. 8.) A, A. I4TI<:WART, DUtlneUr nervous system and restores themto writing. Blood 1 Jill lrn Co., Atlanta (Ja.
Clerk Circuit Court of Hrevard County, .-Iorid&. Clara-But were tbe places describedIn the health, vigor" and elasticity of Describe trouble and free medical{ ad.

Tom's book at all like the real place. spirits natural to childhood.) 23: at B. vice sent In sealed letter. -

Notice of Application For Tax and did tbe men and women act and Ji. Wilson A: Son's drug store.It .

You learn all about Virginia Lands talk like real people? ,
))eed. Tbe anthracite coal trouble Is always
Its resources products, mode of cui; Edith nor! The book Is (Ustiuctly
tlvatlon prices etc., by reading the Under Sec. 8.of Cnp. 4W8, Law of 11.. -original.Mercy, That Is the charm ofIt. is Intimated that Peter Power. wltb ns. When It l Isn't a strike, It l U aa

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. Notice Is hereby given that John Henry pur- who Cgures as plalotlff in tbe suit Increase la too price.
hanernfTax Certificate No. tlI3. dated. the 4th you know.-Boston Transcript -
for a months subscription to the day of June A. I). lw*., has filed salil certificate! against tbe Northern Securities: cornpany .
Farmer Co. Emporia Vs.A1'1NER Ia mvollice, and has made appllratlon for tax '
eed'tolHiiie In .accordance with law. Raid corItlitate Xotice. is no other than our old friend 'I//- -

iil>race" the following dmirrlhed prop Fcbn Doe. However, he may tnt able .
SALVE en situated In Drevard connty.Flortda. towltti I III hereby given that It I I. my In -
E\ (of tll' (. of Section *> Township art South of NOTICE to apply to the Hon. A. D. Penney te give tbe merger a good deal of troule .
kac. The said land being aeited at County .a.l In a. the world. flft Thl 1. .((nature on every (
most healing salvo In the :t.nIt; of the Issuance. of such certificate, In th.nameof Florida on the HItS day of May MOV, at .31''J. > before tbe ease Im ended. ;
F. U. Hrown.fro...... Unless laid caritloate nIle, for authority to sell at private ale' : Laxative DromoQuinine Tablet
-- -- tl ihsll be ....deemed according law tax ndlvlilmt Inu-rmt" Mrle. Tillman. the minor Women and Jewel he remedy that rt w _lot .. >. ...arKIDNEY
deed will l"* ne thereon on the 18th day of Jane, luld of John Till. "a, taceaMd. In sail to that MANUFACTURERS OF
BO YEARS A D.11102.' of land lylnaj .. itnvard County, Florida. ,
EXPERIENCE Witness my ofBclal signature and leal this the aol described a* follows, to wit I t All that part Jewels candy flowers man-that I.the Is Doors Sash Blinds
Utl1 d"1of May A.. I). lool.L. ot fractional seethe 24, Tp.3*. 5. R S7 K, whlubXotlce. order of .a woman's preferences. DISEASESare ,
[ S.) A. A. STEWART lIsa north and weet of the thread. of the channel enrols form a magnet of mighty power

,. Clerk Circuit Court of Brevard County 11*. :.Turkey., with rlparUn f'reek' eontamlao ::113.... acres more o* to the average woman. Even that Ilrent- Moulding & Building Material

rigtia.tOE.. B. TirXMAX: eat of all jewel, health Is often rained
the most fatal of all dis Cfllce A Warerooms King: .
Town Ordinance. a* guardian for Marie Tillman Infant.ract la the strenous efforts to make or save opposite
the money to purchase them. ifs woman Cannon Street.Charleston .

ImE IT ORDAINS:- HT TilE TOWN OF TT.tuivllle. will risk her health tI, get acoveted gem, eases. ] S. C.
TRAOC: MARKSDCSIQN .1) that It shall be the duty of tbe then let her fortify herself,against the In.siduouiconsesjuienceusotcoughs ,
: owner of any hor...cow.dote or other annul | ,colds and rniCVJOKIOKEYCUREItlrULtl :

Aflnneu.ndlng- v 'a->kMnh COPYRIGHTS and iHmcrlptfcm Ac.n.fjnlnmT town which, to may forthwith die in tbe remove norporat the*oarcaiM limit ofthe of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE THAT IT IS bronchial affections by the regular use of Ol' l e.dRemd Sash Weights Cord and
$ a ertmfi oar opinion, fro .r anntion mitt animal an.llf such owner shall fail tu remove to apply to the Hon. MilloraI..Jon..J..llCflnt Dr. Iloflcbee's; German Hyrup.! It will ,

.1.>'maMrletly$ la prnbablv I-I, $ OIl..e ageno, for hnltfl for the a".r then be, aol, beat tbe affected lungs and or money ftfu Contains .:
i:nt. taken through .= :t.CoTr.:o't.y. iate> been warned no to do by the Marshal or Ida.orwherevertheCourtnuay on the stages
X'loJ _.... wit bout Ch$1.... In tn. Mayor or any member of the Town Council, he nth day of June, A. D. 1102, for a licence to man- roncblal tutxs aDd drive the dread dl. remedies by emi.
conviction be dried DotOr8 than are, take charge( of, and control all my property recoff Window and Fancy Glass
hall, upon ease from the system. It I la not a cure-all
Sti llEt Jlm rlan.? ,Ton Ha lioflar.It 'farther' ordained. That this ordinance I and stifle to become a f ELIZABETH roe dealer in every ROBERTS.Foley's rannett.. I but It Is a certain core for coughs colds,, nent physicians as tne Best for A SPECIALTY.

A b.nd..nte'' ., w...." J...... ,rt. hall take. )effect Immediately upon, Its approval.Mayor.. aDd alt bronchial troubles. You can getDr. Kidney and Bladder troubles. -
JnlMton anv ol".iitld *inniall Turraa. S3 a rueed and apprevthp I n. O. Green's reliable remedies at B. -
,, :: {
..& $1. : n.wdeal.rl. :{ 'o-r. Tar S/.00./
MUNN & CO.381Broldn" New York Honey mad i Wilson Jk aon's. Get Green's Special! PRIGS SOe. and Foley's Honey Tar

Brucb. Udl: M. 2 r 8U WMblMtua.. IX U G. A. rBOSr Town Clerk. cures colds, prevents pneumoala. Almanac. II. WIIJSOX & SOX. chlidrentsateture. No opiates




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I CUBAN Independence is ;now an JAMe. FBITOUIKO, President; WM.: M. BROWN, Vic -rresld,
accomplished fact. On Tifre'iday.! Keep :Cool !19! 0.-S. SCHUTLKK, Cashier

i May 20th, amid the booming of

t, Jk.WBB lY JOP&rIAt, r>aVOT.D TO TBS. DBVBLOFMBHT cannons and cheers from thousands I INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN]

0. Talc INDIAN EXUlt, LA KBWOBTH of the ,assembled multitude, the
> AND VISCA YHB BAY SBOTIOHS.PVBU When you can do so at so little expense
t flag of the United States was haul. F

UJCD: BVBHY FBIDAY. ed down from the public buildingsand 100 pairs of the best Crash Men trousers -COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

and the !Lone Authorized capital
the fortresses w s at $1:00.: 250 pair of good white dock at $iOOt

IJJIAaLas H. WAITOH, Editor & Publisher.Discontinuance Star banner of the Cuban 'republic Paid up capital], $25,(
raised in its place. Havana as DO cents to 1.21S-al1 well tailored-Including Average deposits, $100,(

t t of advtg rotmt be made per- well as all tne towns in Cuba were I F\ belt straps. 150:; crash suits at $2.75, toll -
orally at this oflloe or by writing. in attire for the event and
gala ,
tFy manifested' i \ a linen at $00:; -hats or caps to match. Transacts a General Bank
Ollenlt,"to.,may lie made payable to CHARLES much enthusiasm wan l ''-
E. W.A.LTOM,publisher. all over the island for the birth of 1 I A pure worsted serge all wool coat, blue : : Business.
the Cuban repulle. The actual p11 t and black, $2.75 to $.jt.O, single and doublet 1 F

; Address all oommontoatlonn to transfer of the government was! ':' breast. 300 blue serge trousers at $2.7b- 5' Largest and Oldest Bank
on the R
,EAST COAST ADVOCATE;, made in the palace between Gov i' :
+i /(/ these goods are all stylishly cut and well { t. *Exchange bought and sold
TITu.vILLa. FLORIDA.I ernor General Wood, for the United ; on all Forel

I .. 00 /, tailored. rg Countries
ana letradalama l 4t ail
i -- -- --- scutes, uon. ,

'i"U.. S. .Department of Agriculture the first president of Cuba. Cubais ? CO dozen Negligee Shirts, In white and ; Patronage! appreciated. Prompt service i

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Flu. thus launched as one of the nation //r fancy Madras, at 50 cents to $2 each N 1' ereatmeutamideverfavore.ntsl.tantwithservattve banking graulvd.CORRF8PONDENT81." .
of the world and the desiresof
25 dozen Straw Hats. closing 25: ,33 and r'
The following is a comparative IIt te. the Cuban people have at last, /i' a w'1.urlbttynr, Seaboard National Hank of New York
and ;; rw National Hunk of Jacksonville, Flu.
75 cents $1
tent of temperature and rainfall for the been realized. 50 cents; regular goods.

week ending Tuesday, May 20, 1002. Pure Lisle underwoar, especially adapted rP1Twy'ILLIJ, FLA.

t Ii :. MAX.....1902--HI 1'1'' MAX?ID01D.A.TJ MIN.- THE omnibus claims bill has at ;. for hot weather wear. Large and varied assortment _.-

H 8 t 7" 85 (U8U last passed both houses of Congress! e of fancy hosiery at lowest prices.
83 68 S3 00 and only awaits the President's THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANWood

F $ 16 8(1)" 8.') 69 signature to become a law.: This Give us Mall CIdersreoelve our special attention. ,
17 84 71 81 6R

18 84 011 8.1: 06 I( bill provides for the payment of R. w. RHODES and Sloe Man. TitUSYllIe. Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
IP 84 76 00 68 the Florida indian War claims,. ; The dottier ,
20 86 70 '8:! 71 which amounts to nearly $800.000.; '

Total ralnfa\\! for the week: .00 Floridadelegation .
Much credit is due to the -- -- ---------- --------- ---- -- .
Depa ture from normal rainfall for the ,
weak: mlans 1.27 Inches. Departurefrom in Congress, who, by :FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick"."

normal rainfall since January 1, their united efforts have succeeded ANNOUNCEMENTS. Recognizing the fact that John 'R.

''li minus 0.58 Inches. in getting this claim passed, aftera 'Walker, of Titusvllle, has very faithfully Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No.

IIAL.I. IlAiiDitr, Observer.THE delay of forty-four years. : served the people of Brevard County as
J. K. :MUNNERLYN General Manager.,
Announcements under this/ heading are County Commissionerot District No. 1,
( the undersigned take this method of ao. .
J PRIMARY 'SYSTEM. WE are pleased to note that the $500, payiMt/ culvanae. ,nounclng him as a candidate for re-eleo ------------------------------------ -

candidates for county offices are tlon, and solicit for him tbe hearty sup

4'i From all parts of the State come announcements planking down in their the$5 ADv for. .cATE.their A VOICE, FROM: THE PEOPLE. port of primary all voters, on July'l5th,1002.MANY at the ensuing; .Democratic MeMurray & .Baker,

numerous complaints of the present FORT Paflncu, May T, 1002.! DKMOCJIATS.

primary laws, and unless there is a If there are any more candidates in the best Interestn
BELIEVING It to be' to -
the field who anxious the 4O1-413 ;East Buy Street. Jacksonville Florida.
speedy change In the ,laws governing are toget of the people of Brevard countyto To the Democratic Voters of Brevard

1, primaries, the system la boundto votes of the people, let them bid have Wade II. Jones represent us In county: Appreciating your support and -*-Headquarters -
with ultimate for their votes through the columnsof the next Legislature, we respectfully confidence In the past, and feeling that I
meet defeat. The
the pink urge all Democrats of the -county to give have faithfully discharged/ the duties Imposed .
', large per cent of white voters who ..:0.--paper him their sirppirrt at the coming piimary upon me; and fully believing that Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycle;
4' are loyal to the State and county on the. 13th of July. my past commissioner's experience will ,
democratic ticket, but who vote the THE British Government has advised MANY TAX!.AYEIIS. enable me to serve you even more efficiently and Sundries."KELLY"SOLID .
the United States Governmentthat in the future, I hereby\ announce
republican ticket on all national poetofllces for the receipt and myself as a candidate fur re-elecllon for RUBBER TIRES put on your whe
4 questions, feel a trifle bitter at,not FOIl THE, LEGISLATURE.To : County Commissioner of Dlstilct No.: 2,
dispatch of registered have I'at short notice.
being permitted to participate in the Democratic Voters of Brevard and ask your united support at the primary

the State and county primaries, and been established throughout the County: 1 1I to be held' ,on July, 13th.Yours ____.____________._ _________u___ _____ ______ _
not.. few democrats view the situation Soudan, Africa. So much for the wish to announce my candidacy tot' respectfully, J. II. 'AIioT I
i civilizing influences of the Anglo- the Legislature, subject to the action\ of ---- .
in a similar light. As for us \ DUPONT & MIDDLETON.
Saxon: in Africa and other parts of the Democratic primaries to be held I r I hereby announce mvself as a candidate .
we can see neither sense or 'justice .L_ ___t.. July 13th. Regarding my democracy and for re-election as County Commissioner .
t t in the'exclusion'of this l large; classof UHf wuriu.GROW. efficiency, the voters are perfectly familiar. for the Fourth District,-subject -D A'I EE R SLYELLOW ,.r-

representative citizens. Their If nominated I will, use. my best endeavors to the action of the Democratic primary,
't SWEET POTATOES.There to serve the people faithfully. July J5th 1002. PINE
local interests identical with ,
r are ? LUMBER
will be made ;
My platform principles JOHN C. JOKES .
ours, and if a measure oppresses known to,the voters Individually and on ,
them it would also BO crop grown requires respectfully, GOSLINGS FLA.
oppress us. ;Locally the stump. Very ,
less labor than the and
/ sweet potato
the of I
W. II. MCFABLAND. At request friends hereby announce
we are so vitally associated there is none more profitable when all myself as a candidate for the office Our saw mill Is located at Wawa on the St. J.ucle River, 201 miles south
with national republicans that there things are taken into consideration, says of County Commissioner for .the
'is no disposition to afflict each the llomeieelcer. To us It seems strange FOR TAX COLLECTOR.I Fourth District, subject to the decisionof Jacksonville,.and we are now ready to receive orders,quote prloes'and make qu1

other with partisan measures. Glass that so few farmers plant this food pro. hereby announce myself as a- candidate ( the Democratic voters, at, their prim- delivery, either by rail or water transportation.
duct for home use. "It Is almost

especially for. re-nomination for the office of ary, July 13th, 11)02.)
tf; legislation can not exist here for a daily occurrence for farmers who. Tax, Collector of Brevard County sub- II. I. KLOPP. DUPONT & MIDDLETOJT GosllnpsvHle, Fla.
obvious reasons, and to argue this own cores of land, to come to my store action of the
jeot to the
point further would be an Insult to and purchase sweet potatoes for home and will be
Democratic primaries, pleas.
'use," said a well-known Rroceryman. WE, the taxpayers of the 5th District
the intelligence of all well informed ,It la a good time of the year now to ed to receive the support of my friends. earnestly desire the re-election of J, F.
:E. W. HALL. Bell for the office of County Commissioner Paroid
; men. plant. The pine lands and high prairies Roofing.
; The republican party is practically on which tomatoes, exit plaut, peppersor Mr. Bell has proved himself) .
other have been in good, honest, straightforward memberof
dead factor in Florida and. props grown
a good condition fur this I belt to announce myself. as a candidate the Board lie has dune muieforgood
why the democrats should stem to The method of planting crop. In simple. for the office of Tax Collector fur roads In the pineapple section. of Is good; enough for Uncle Sam; and you will (lad that I It Is best for you.

t ,F fear them is, to say the least, surpassingly Plow the laud an loch _or two deeper the County of Urevaril.! subject be,to held the Brevard than any other Commissionerwe The specifications fur the work which the Ut uher Bureau Department has I
action of Democrat primary 10 had and It l Is bis
have hoped by
If the State was than It ever was before. Fertilize with ever ,
strange. ''' sulphate of potash and cotton-seed meal, On TueiuUy, July 15th. Trusting to re- many well-wlsbeis that he will be nominated view at Jupiter, cull for Pnrnld Roofing. For samples and prices write
ft really in danger of giving its eleo- friends
using from 400 to 500 pounds to the acre. ceive the support of my many. at the coming! piimary. ,
toral vote to the republican candidate :The fertilizer should be applied about I am, yours truly, MANY VoTsnn. 4G-. F. I.A.X>]. ISC>1V.

for President, then there would,, >two: weeks before the vines are planted. r. A. McMli-LAN. EAU GALLIC!!:, t- FLORIDA.
be some sense In enacting tbe present I Cultivate lightly, aid. a good-payiug THE JOYS OF EXISTENCE.

' "' primary laws; but as they have crop will be gathered. FOR COUNTY TBEASUREK.:! ---- _. -- .

'not the smallest chance of carrying, I hereby announce myself as a candidate Some of the Pleasures of Living In n Deserted H. A. HODGfiS.
anything, and will make no serious ,Death oC It. H. Hopklni. for re-election to the office of Coun Village Narra III. ... .

attempt to do so, it puts the democratic Mr. Benjamin' II. Hopkins died at St. ty Treasurer, subject to the Democratic Editor EmIt Coast Advocate. Manufacturei of ,
t Prlnjary, to be held on July 15tb. If .Cypress and; Yellow Pine Lumber.
party in ridiculous, attitude Luke's hospital, Jacksonville, Tuesday ..
4 nominated will do my best to serve the Fate has thrown me from' time to timeIn
of crying "wolf,** when there afternoon, the direct cause of his death of Brevard ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit Crate
the of set of false interests of the tax pavers a good many curious places, but n<>tone and.Vegetable
being swallowing a
p Is no wolf. Any stranger reading teeth 13th. Mr. was county. has come Ithln many miles of reaching Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges 'or building ii
on April Hopkins F. H. habita- of Florida, would do well to write for The mills locatei
our primary law. would, if 'utterly Florida of the Louisville BO.YK. the homorosityof my present aiy part priors. saw are
' passenger tion. While only a few miles of a !gay at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J,. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any;)
and Nashville Railroad for
with the
unacquainted ,faotsrestunder Company upward metropolis, this village is about as lonesome part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, fa.
of fifteen ,' aDd ban also been
the impression! that we.are ;years and solicitation of li well be I
Identified with several other business en. At the request my a can Imagined,
hard put to It to carry the.State i terprtites. lie leaves a large family and many friends throughout the County I and, for the benefit of some who may be
for An hereby announce myself as a candidate dissatisfied with thecheerfulness of their
democracy. open primary numerous filends to mourn his loss.
for tbe oltloe of County Treasurer at the present! environments, I will endeavor tOo Bond Lumber Co.
is what the of tb.
q 'i intelligence oun. __.._._
; coming; primary election,July loin, JIMKJ.. sot d uwu a f e w u f th e d e II g htI u I VAt'v.lences .-
try demands, and if it Is not quick. I have never, heretofore, sought public of a.really lonesome neck 0' the
I' the is doomed. elected will the -Dealers In-.,
ly given primary The, regular June examination for office, and If serve peo woods.
Another strong argument against Drevard ,will be held In the public pie. Very. truly yours, To begin with, there Is only one familyof
oouaty JDlor (I. 'VYlfN. white people here and they keep to Rough and Dressed Lumber Brick Lime Lath
i' the primary is that the poor 'man i Ii school building, atTltusvllle, beginning themselves, and are practically Invisibleto ,
;w t debarred from entering the race for on Tuesday June wad, 11)02.K. \ ,
tbe outside world; moreover, they
State offices. A man may be ever Supt. I intend being a candidate! for County keep a cobarmlnlt dolt, which warrantedto CEMENT, SHINGLES, ETC.

i eo worthy but if the money la. not Treasurer at tbe Democratic primary to scare away anyone who might have a Whether your wants be large or small, advise us. Our goods, owing to high
REMEMBERED. be held July 15th:>> 100.:! I believe that desire to visit them occasionally. Be.
available he can not hope to com. the qualifications required by the State sides this family, the white population quality and low prices, owing to large stocks kept constantly on hand, trillpleasejrou \

pete for a State olHee. Of course, tines to my*lfe ia St.Louis. Committee for voters nominate county consists of myself and another bachelor, and save you money.

this argument holds 'true in any Itt'ritte* for Ea,t Coast! Advocate.] officers Is !unfair and unjust to a large neither us having time nor Inclinationto S. C. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager.
number of best citizen who vote cook for ourselves which throws
primary no matter how fair the our : u*
Far.far from h)me,a thousand miles away .
mercies of
ticket. I am emphaticallyin the tender a "lady" of
rules by which it is governed. Per. Noath sunny skies beside the deep blue s aiMonic our county upon e
trees and Mowers,and op tlie beach I stray, favor of the primary system but I-am color, whose Ideas of culinary delicacies
haps the "rank and file" do haversbetter W 1 loving thoughts of heaven and of thee. all the time for home rule. All voters seldom riles above bog and hominy, net. '

opportunity to express their And doat thou think of me? I need not.ask. qualified by the laws of this state who timer of which I can eac. However, I madea
choice in a primary, but that does Sip precious letter.*coins with proof most clean will pledge themselves to vote for our stipulation for oatmeal when first I Chas. McBride.
I \pure and true,with no deceptive niiwk.The county ticket should be entitled to vote started boarding with the ,above mentioned
I ,
not make it easier for the can. faithful niessongen: of love must dear. "
any ticket. tbat
at the primary to nominate said colored "lady, so occasionally -
didates. If the primary continues, I woe thee. oft In dreams of peaceful" sleep If elected Treasurer, I Intend to be I manage to get a little breakfast, I' -
I hear voles In melting tone
thy gentle ;
the rich men will soon hold all the And then awake. In raptures,but to weep, Treasurer, belonging to no Institution, It happens that the oatmeal Is not burned --DEALERIN--
State offices for a poor man will To And myself without thee and alone, having; made no combinations and haying (catastrophe that happens about four

feel that a State office is a luxury It seems,no more on earth. that we shall meet, made no promises; therefore I have. day out of seven). cEe:=:: :: .e:= e1 Merchas: c1.ise.:
I can but feel 'tis Heaven's stern decree; qone to break. Trusting I \ be favored I One of time delightful accessories of ,
which he can not afford. Hilt to mv heart this meiwiKe' / comes,so swept I duster
with a vote by all who believe am meals Is a towel or ( manipulatedby
\Ve have not that quaking fear oft "Uonr! PlMi-Wlth love,"Istlll remember thee. qualified to fill\ the otllce, I remain,:yours the proprietress or one of her numerous Staple and Fancy Groceries, Men's Furnishing Goods, Star Brand of Shoes.
The time draws near when we shall meet above the flies whichare
to oil
wave ,
bosses" which so many affect to With naught to mar the bliss we shall possess; truly, progeny, HEADQUARTERS FOR OBLISK AND ARROW FLOUR.
bave and if had the There to ,.....el ve and give angelic love. JOI1 fl xRY. numerous. Personally, I prefer the
we primary With loved ones,aul.h"re their happiness.With children, because the "lady" Is addictedto Mall orders promptly and carefully: filled. Call and inspect our stock.
would be solution of the
not our this fond hone with patience,I can wait) the use of snuff, and expectorates copiously
problem. Political bosses have a Kikloy! the praceful hours punning b'l'. FOU PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.I out of the window during the MELBOURNE, FLORIDA.

0 fine opportunity to get in their work Until To worlds I p....on within nigh the my"Pearly home beyond Uate1 the sky.E.J.I1TT9. beg to announce myself as a candidate progress of tbe meal, which as'a, friend -- -- -.. -- -- .__ -_. --------
l.' for Prosecuting Attorney for the remarked.Is hardly equal to gin 01' bitten -
in a primary, and those who delude ; Here '
White City,Fla.,May SI, HKCJ. County of Brevard at the coming Democratic as an appetizer. are menus of I w'mri cREAM'
themselves into the belief that the s
Primary, to be held on Tuesday, my three meals ;yesterday: Breakfast,
leaders have been shelved by the Application for Tax Deed. July 15, 1902, and hope .to receive ,the one small dish of oatmeal dish one cup black WORMS 1IERiIFUGIEHdrtiagnsstlty. !!
primary can not be complimented of friends. coffee. Dinner, one mysterious pud
their, There JtEREIIYOIVESTnATEO'VL'I'It. support my many F., J. WSBB. ding one cup very black coffee. Supper, _ ____-_ __ _-_ _ "'"' ___> rtlagu IUT./
political sagacity. OTiCE 19
upon !: .,purchaser of Tax Certinoate one dish oatmeal ((10 lumps) and one cup For 20 Years Has Led! aIWcraiRcmedi! EVERY
I is no way of getting rid of leaders. No.44, dated the 6th day of July A,D. teat, d-d black coffee, nearly solid. Of course, ; $ (
The politics of the country dem ands ha filed said certinoate In my omen and has Being urged by; many friends to do so, there was an accompaniment of hog andhominy -OLD 2SY ALL aRVCiCills'r_.
leaders, and when one is retired made application with law for Bald tax certificate deed to Imne embracesthe In socordAiire I hereby announce myself) as a candidate but as I remarked before I can't .apa8'8d Z ZZ. JAMES F. BALLARD, St. Louis.
following described property situated Inlire"r" for the office of prosecuting attorney for eat that. I imagine I have struck rock
another will take his
surely place. county,Florida to-wft i All of Beotlon of In the of
Brevard county subject to the action bottom now, way: tough living,
Even then a new one might not be 18,Township 80 South, lianas 3S East, The said
held and It cannot
<; land betas assessed at the date of the issuance the Democratic primary to be on since get any worse, hope
} as agreeable as one we have tried. of such certificate In the name of H.H. Backett. July th. 10O2.) It nominated and elected It may Improve, or It will be necessary
'I Tbe primary then is not a counterirritant Unless said certlltcaM shall be redeemed according the I will give the office tbe very beet shortly, to order a tombstone, Inscribed: Fine Job Work
to law tax Isan thereon on
It i but simply an inconvenient Seth day of i Jude r.'h'7 1803. service I can. Hoping that my candidacy "Here lies a poor devil who died of a continuous Quickly ExecutedAT
Witness m .. signature and seal this the will meet with favor at the bands of diet of bog and hominy, which
way of nominating candidates 23nd: day of Lay A.1).IMi.UB Brevard' Democracy, I am,very respect- he couldn't eat."
We have spoken. Clerk[ Circuit'] Court of Vrevard County,Fla. fully, G. A. FBOST. .NOtTJoIOtlS. THE ADVOCATE OFFICE


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100 Per' CentPROFIT 1VI.A.Et; :B <>S
and Mrs. W. H. Harris ware callIng _..

on Eden friends, last Friday evening. O"AL AKIN6.

John putting has been In Jensen for a WHOLESALE GROCERS

WITHIN week / up a wind mill and tank POWDERMakes

for diaries Wolf. ABSOIUTECV tora? Fruit and Produce Jobbers. 0

YEAR Alfred Richards of Mlllvllle, K J ,
A who has spent nine months Eden, left, the food more delicious and wholesome
Wednesday: for his home.
OVKl Mo.,".MMMW..0..MtW YORK, Coiner and Julia Sts. JACKSONVILLE FLA. t .
H. W. Richards and Day ,
family came
It ? up
|0o You from their St. Lucie home, last Saturday _u_ __ ___ ._ ___"__ __ 0 .- ._- ----- -. --
evening, to visit! at Captain Richards WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED. '

IF SO, Dr. Geo. W. Holmes was called to this Melbourne. Eau Gallie.

place, last week, to visit 8. Y. .Webb, PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY

Your AddressTJ who has been feeling badly for some time.J. Water melons are about ready for the Seed Potatoes, Seed:; Peanuts and Cow Pens In season ,
end OOODK onODE.-Re"t Estate and rxukim.Aiftmt .
II. LeTourneau putting/ up a t wo- for .ttn.i: London and Liverpool and market, and all are waiting noxiously for (C"Vfo solicit consignments of Fruits and V<<,gotable...
story house on his home place, to be usedas
sleeping quarters for his help Hpeclnl attention paid to the __ __ __. __ _____ .n-_-__--. -_-_-_
during -- -- -- ------ ---- -- ----
the interests of Boa residents, a number of trout are being
pineapple season. caught by parties with trolling lines and South

KE AUN Y The colored people celebrated emancipation :Subscilptlons for the ADVOOATK, all rind roiuly sale at dltTeront Backing Rockledge. Georgiana. ,
A. K. day, with speeches and a picnic. the pink paper of the East Coast, will be I houses '

We always confidently look for rain on received at the Melbourne Postofflco. Sweet potatoes are being planted In M. C. Salmon Is painting his house this ,A. L. Brunor U painting the Bnggetb\
STREET this date, but for once our confidence this In week. i house which adds much to Its appear
US PEARL was misplaced.Mr. C. J, F. Campbell has finished fencingin vicinity linger quantities than ,
his grove and pinery. ever before and we hope will supply the J. 1). Bower was over from Georgians, ance.
New York. and Mrs.C. A. Robinson entertain. home mal ket thlll fall. last week doing some carpenter work. I H. K. Hughes; and 'wife spent a very
ed a few friends, lust Friday evening, in :r.r essn. Alden and] Percy Hadley are pleasant afternoon nt Mr and Mrs Clement'l. -
Capt. Cante has about finished the repairs J. S. Coats went to Urantley last
honorof Mrs. T J. Uemphlll, of Altoona, having fine times these days, sailing and Friday
on steamer, the Seminole and Saturday, to look after Miss 1'owe s Interest
Pa. Whist fishing '
the ADVOCATE.] was played during the
Mention( will leave khoitlyfor Jecksonvllle. Ho Willie Barnett cnughl a red snapper'
pact of the evening. Refreshments :Mr. and Mrs Goo Pnddlson and little
/goes outside, via Misqulto inlot. that weighed seven pound, on Monday
-- We pleased to state that Mrs it.
solved at half past ten, and the evening! daughters, of Eau Galliu, were in town are
doted with music ou Tuesday.We Mrs. Bnibour's grove Is kept Iii fine E. MIms has almost roooveiod from the morning, from his ginndfuther's wharf.

Stuart. shape by Thomas Suraptor, who Is In stroke of paralysis she received a short Mr. Barber's sister, Miss Hannah, from
Edgar Lewis and George Barnett were are delighted\ to learn that Mlsa charge, and by continuous spraying Is time ago. Ovoldo, Fla., is visiting him for two
pleasant visitors Edenwood, last Wed- Sue Hopkins Is to spend the summer. at successfully fighting the drought. Mrs. Adklns, who broke her ankle weeks, ; after which sho expects to visit n
\to tie still looking for rain. nesday. These gentlemen: were so fortunate Melbourne Beach has about three weeks ago Is Improving very married' sister In Wisconsin, hoping to
as to the charming O. J. Young clans 'd the land for
marry daughters A. Peok has returned from his under tho skillful treatment of Dr.Hughlett. tier health thure.
!lr, harmer, of Waveland, bas his of P. D. Ankeny, who formally lived Dr. L. his new house, and building will begin fast regain,
t moored In Fra ler'a creek. at Ankona. The wife of Mr. Bainett was I outing and is Bottled in Melbourne, much at once and should make a, very aloe Capt. Carter and daughter, Miss Bessie,

Amy Pitching writes her friends Miss I.oulleAnkeny! who will bo remembered to the delight of his many friends. place, as thelocailon: Is good with plentyof The sheds that It. J. Smith erected of Deadwood, Houth Dakota, left! here,

|4u jibe! Is having a nice visit at the cot- by the older residents of St. Lucie The Hoke family me happy over the fine oak tioea for sliade. three years ago to protect his orange Monday. The Captain's) dtnghtor !Mrs.

Sound-all of whom (especially the boys) return to Melbourne of Miss:Sadie Yoke, Alexander Near our leading contractor trees from frost are being torn down and Dell Munson, abcompanled them as fat
-ttclty. has moved into loved her very much. Well do we remember who has been in Tennessee at school will. complete a commodious the lumber sold to different paitles. as Washington Ga, to visit Mrs. Maggie/ .
Ian Stephenson
the two .olls"-Iou Richardsand 1111.11. another one of the genial Captain's
cottage on the county road, near Messrs. Hodgson, Glenson, Nesbitt and building for O. F, Patldlson, thja week A. D. Baldwin, wife and granddaughter
creek. Lou Ankeuy. We think those two others from Kau Gallic, attended the to be used by the Indian River nnd Lake Sophie, left for New haven on daughters
girls would be a revelation to the prim, Good Roads meeting here ou Tuesday. Worth Fish and Ico (Jo., as a packing Thursday They are the last of the Miss Maude Sanction who has been
\'.II. Bessey made a business trip to starched up young ladies we have these house. winter residents and we are sorry to have visiting Miss Eva Owen for two weeks, I
ksonvllle the first of. the week, re- Hon C. T. McCarty and wife of An- them leave 1 returned to her home near St. Augustine,
rning on Tuesday. days.We are tired and sick of horse flies and kona, passed through here on Monday, The continued thought! will be the Saturday, stopping en route at Daytona
dry weather. It Is Just a little monoto- on their way to Tampa for a short visit. cause of quite a shortage in the orange Edmund Day one of our most enterprising for week's visit. Then she will be
IB.I. Lane went to Tlbbals on Sunday crop lu this section. All who have Inl. going to make : who
orango growers, brother hermit has
Harris's launch returning on nous. When one goes for a drive the Miss Lizzie Eaton loft on Monday for jolnod by her ,
]4 )!r. gating plants are using them daily to still further Impiovomuntson/ Ills bountiful will then
the winter here and they
of flies" has to
la the evening. can "tough on go too, her summer home in F rl'a.. Her neatcottage spout ,
Ktrain overcome as much an possible the lack He Is to enlarge his
borne. going
to their home.A .
is dress white
and it discouraging to In In Mvlbouinu will\ be dosed for go on
and I. W. of rain. barn and a cement floor In It, enlargo '
Austin Whitney were put
!huh and then have to crawl around over the the next few months. .
KI! on Tuesday, having some repairs sand and palot the noise, when the tiles Geo. Houston, the boat builder, has a his packing house and' put In an up to- Rare CIIIUIC.11 .-.
'a to Mr Austin's launch. get too annoying; and then the dust- Chas. Horlon,cashier of the MoJ bourne fine fish boat In frame for party at Fort date orango sir or, and also, put a cement

1C. Olsen received a carload of lurnlf one Is covered with it; a pretty spectacle State Bank, returned on Monday, from Pierce. She promises to be very fast, walk from his houso to the road. 10-l0O acres, (HiiO feet frontage on ,
lf Oils week which will be used for a one Is on arriving I ; at his or her destina Atlanta, Oa. biro Horton Is still In Atlanta from her tine lines. Cnpt John Houston Indian and Rattans rivers IUM( ( to 71(Ml
ouse at Bloomlngdale planta- tion. Next month when the pineapple but her lends are expecting to is also builillng one, for a party In ; WILL CURE CONSUMPTION'\ citrus\ trees about half c.ntninginto
king harvest Is in full swing. it will rain every see her in Melbourne soon Eall Bailie A. Herien Flnohrk", writes! "Foley'sHoney hearing, ova ngrs, tangerines, grapefruit -

n.tarn day, and we will fuss about that. Wo Mr Robertson l Is having the lawn In and Tar Is the bust preparationfor kiumtint| (n bemiring/ mangoes/
Death has
Will Frl- been with
and Mrs. \ this week.
Mr. Dyer us
to and tiouble. I
are never satisfied unless everything is front of Hotel Carleton all spaded over coughs, lung a!t bearing Hvociidoei, 11.Ono bearing
"the, luth Inst., a eon Mr. Dyer Is Engineer liany Cole of the steamer know It has cured consumption In tho
just light. and replanted In new grass Mr. Robart- pines 31H to too\ boil ring; M'ullval, besldvisgrupeM <<
father of three sons and !Spartan: died on Monday evening after
the "
happy : Hon.
i Sold 1 Wilson A
daughter. The Swallow Is again In the water, and son believes In putting his hotel and quite long: illness. Ho,leaves a youngwife first stages. << by/ / bananas,persimmons, a nurseryof

the young people are enjoying the tine grounds good shape In the summer, to niouiu his loss, who has the about 1,11gsour orange trees readyto
310. Moore, of Jensen, delivered two sailing weathei. The moonlight; nights BO when Ms guests/ comes In the winter' of the whole community. sympathy Indianola. bud, n few peach 'rl'IIIIJ! acres vegetable ''
sermons to fair congiegntlona, at are perfect on the water. The most comical they will find everything In perfect order. land 1, l-lnrli artenlan well large
M. E. church morning and evening sight we have seen in a long time, Quite a number of Eau Gallla's citizens wharf, drive Wt'lIlInft water, H-room

t Sabbath. was the landing of a party that had just Folfj's Honey and Tar is peculiarly attended the meeting! at Melbourneon James Mitchell's family\ wore visiting dwelling, store building, packing house '

Tbe South Florida Fish Co. closed returned from the beach in the Swallow. adapted for asthma, bronchitis and Tuesday, the 'Mth for the purpose of In the village on Tuesday." tool house of warehouse, 2-toii/ I Ice box, '
organizing a Good Roads Association fur a poultry yard Fruit thl* -
southeast breere blowing acres
There was a good Sold Wilson &: Son '
hoarseness. by
dr flair business at Wa-Wa on Wed- and Herman bay had on its white this district. We understand that the Mrs. Storm and little daughter, .Elizabeth year will bring/ t-100: to flOO Rent
|lay for the summer months after a association formed of Meridian Miss, arrived last land will
caps. That little boat was In a merry, was officers elected, from vegetable keep up grove.
'uperous' season.. mood;and just met every wave head on, Goslingsville. and the meeting adjourned to meet at week, to visit Mrs. Storm's parents, Mr. P. A. MOMILLANV

I Stypman boarded the train, Tues- burying her nose In it, and tossing the the same place In four weeks, when the and !Mis K, Bergman Eau OIL III.., Fin.IlKAL .

lif T evening, for Palm Beach, to attend water clear over tbe cockpit. The pas- III. i committee on bylaws and rules will Miss Myni Williams, of Rockledge, Is

p business matters connected with the sengers all climbed up to windward and Crews has been on the sick list, but make. .' their report. visiting In Indianola. We notice that KSTATH' FOU HALH. .1
iiit Coast Fish Co. hung on. They would not have known Is better now. / ,i, ,.i ,,_ the young men are. doing their utmost to -
the difference if they had fallen over- TR .VEUNG'1S DANGEROUS make the time pleasantly.
fish appearingthe The St. Lucle river affords soma pass
jew are now As Administrators of the Estate of
wet. When they Constant motion jars the whichare
board they were so kidneys
- I:>t. Lucia river, near the draw- landed and walked up.the d >ck they bathing just now. kept In place In the body by delicate A taffy pull was given at S. J. Field's William Tietitlor, deceased, We otter at

Ijge: their, favorite haunt. A colored were a sorry looking ciowd. Not a dry T J. De.S'enhen went up to Jensenon attachments This In the reason that home on Tuesday evening, lu honor of private sale the following described Real
ID caught a hundred-pound one on tiuvoleis : Miss C. /Mendul, of Tltimvllle, who Is K'tato: belonging to said Estate:: ,
thread on them, but they were very business, Monday. trainmen streetcar nee, team little "school ,tNo t
rooming. many, and ready to try It again, but will Mr. Haney went to Jensen, Saturday, stern and all who drive very much suiterfiotn visiting" her sister our No. 1, Sold.

G. W, Parka, storekeeper was tapping .near bathing! suits next time. to hoe some dental work done. kidney disease In some form. Ko inarm. 2. All of Hi of NE}, Section 21,
Inane! of syrup a few days ago, when ley's Kidney Cure stienglhens the kid Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii!. J"loltlllre again/ at Township:. South, Range/ 87 East, coveioil .
''at once the si rn p burst from the bar- What Is Foley's Kidney Cure? Answer: Prank Frazier, of Stuart was In town ntYlland rules all form of kidney !and home after their winter's. stay In Lotus. with water, Ivlng In said' Eau: Oallla
i, covering cu (onieru and onlookers It Is marie from a prescription of a leadIng the other day, viewing the scenery bladder dUease. Uoo. If. HaiiHan, loco- No doubt they are glad to bo at home, River and Eau Onlila ling, containing

ih a shower of mickey sweet nesa.0a Chicago physician; and one of the The Harel D. has received a new set of motlveetiKlnner, iima,0.write., : 'Ton- and everyone hero Is equally glad to have about 10 acre, more or less.

Tuesday, May 20th: Emancipation most eminent physicians in the country. batteries\ and Is now In good running/: or stunt vibration of the engine canned me them with us. No. 3. Hol< .

iy, our colored citizens turned out luI The Ingredients are the purest that money gieav deal of trouble with my kidneys, Mrs. Rowe and tighter, Miss\ N/ener, No. 4. That portion of 8 W14". Section

,I force reused to tbe limit, and can buy, and are scientifically combined der.Miss KUchlngand Mr. Lane, of Stuart:! and I got no relief" until I used FoleY'1Kldoey left, Sunday for Green Cove Springs ;Township l 27 Mouth, Rtu>g .:.T7 East,
irded the train for Jensen, where they to get their utmost value. Hold. came over and called at the'tllddletou Cure. by Wilson &: !Sun They were accompanied as far as Titus- commending/ at a point 371)) feet West from
ned tbe Jensen colored brethren In a by B. K. Wilson & Son.White sawmill, Hundny. vllle by Miss\ Ethel "Wl'soo' who returned Northeast corner post on f..i Section 1Ii1.all .

'If of spurt, and having a good time Lotus. home after a pleasant visit IImoDgr.latlvelln aforesaid and ItO feet Mouth of said K
morally. Misses K. Martin and Mabel Gregg"' IndlanoU. Section line for a stalling point, thence
City. called on Mrs Haney, Monday. Master Knit lOt) feet
The lust dance In the course of lessons run South 43 feet, thence ,
You never heard of anyone using Fo- Carl presented a tine pineapple to them, Tomatoes are being shipped 'In small given by Miss Nenea Howe took place thence Houth 42(1/( feet thence West tq

Honey and Tar and not being hullsi will\ meet next Saturday:: evening Miss Mabel Bradford the charming lots. Saturday:'! evening. The class are so well Section tine thence North SJ8\/ ft, thence
Idb .. .ft... o..,_,, Our Club and Mrs. A. Bradford East 717 feet, more or lens, to a point 10O
"I. o y D. WilsonTibbals. o;>v daughter of Mr. } pleased with the progress made that they
May 2Kb.: came home on tne i.itn, rom at. Augusthis Leta of dry weather, and rain badlyneeded. are touklng forward to the retuinof Miss feet West of Southwest corner of plat of

Mr. and Mrs. Dutton entertained a to attend school Howe next fall.Itavcalx. Harno, thence South:! 1AO feet! thence
.' .
number of friends lust !Sunday: afternoon. Mrs. D. A. Ramsey is again recovering East 700 feet to West aide of E. O.
Ti: J. DeSteuben will soon have every her Railway right of.way, thence North on
Miss Thaxton, of Ankona, was the thing in fine order at the new school health a Groat Secret. West aide of F. K. (I. Railway right-of-

P.M. Hudson spent Sunday at Sebas- guest of Miss Alma Frunsen last.;Sun; house. This will be the third school J. M. Field and wife have moved to It is often asked how such startlingcures way IX) feet, thence East to point of beginning -

IQ with his parents: Mr.and.Mrs. Jas.adnnn. day, house he has built In Brevard county. Indlanola. that puzzle the best physicians, excepting railroad j-lgbt-of-way 4

', r ? \ B.: Jones and George; Sullivan\ 1 are 8.: A. Osteen Is clearing more land, are effected by Dr. Kln '. New Discovery through said l land. Containing about 25 "

8. F. Webb, wife and daughter, .of spending a few weeks la the vicinity of A LESSON IK \LTH.-nealthy la readiness for gardening next winter. for Consumption. Here's the secret. It acres Including the County road. Thin ,
eo, were pleasant callers In our burg lake Klssimmee. kidneys filter the Impurities from the cuts init the phlegm and germ-Infected 'tract has a young trove of MOO or 60O) c
'Yondayevenln". Mrs. J. P. ChrUlensen left for Jack blood, and unless they do thin good Gladys Osteen was badly burned a few mum,* and lets the life giving oxygen ; trees on It, and an artesian well, etc.
I III Impossible. Kolev's KidneyCure days ago by stepping on a live bed ol blood. It heals
lust Saturday, to spend amon.h health enrich and vitalize the No. II, Begin at Southeast corner of
Since tbe rains of)last week pineapples Bunvlllo, '. round l kidneys and will positively coals throat
with her daughter, Mrs. Oleson. makes << the Inrltmed l. cough-worn and lot now,or formerly, owned! by J. L. liar*
fast maturing, and will probably not cure all forms of kidney and blad Mrs; Blsbee, Mr. Walker and wlfojindJ. lungs.! Hard colds and stnbboia coughs rlson, thence run South across Elbow
"so late as was expected. Slight showers give. promise of re- der disease. It strengthens the whole N. i'halker were visitors to Cocoa on SHOD. yield lo Dr. KI nil's New Discovery creek to North boundary of land belong '
By a perusal of the ADVOCATK, It will'wen \ freshed vegetation, but, so far, fthas' not system. Sold by B. K. Wilson A: Son. Tuesday.C. tha must Infallible remedy fur all throat Ing to Wm. Treutler, thence East alone

that there are quite a few candlitcs gone very much beyond the promiseJ and luiiir diseases Guaranteed bottlosftOcandtl y Section >line which In the North boundary i
In the field for county offices.F. L. Campbell Is building a two-storP L and C. W.. Wilkinson caught a Trial tmtlles free at B. R. of Wm. 'f"l'utler'.la/"llo" North bank ?
residence Midway, and as soon as It Fort Pierce.Mr. four foot 'gator on S. A. CUteen's place Wilson A :don's: tlnig IttI'e.Artesia.. of Elbow creek, thence West along bankof
M. who left Sunday even-- this week.
Hudson his father J. Campbell will said creek to polnt'of beginning, beingin
'It, for Miami to look after his tomato is completed Dr. E. W. Is working and fertilizing faction 21, Township South, Range "t
' the vicinity. Capron ;
In same
,un> at that place, returned home on build Saeger, of Ankoua" was a pleasant his orange !grove this week,fixing 00, 87 Knst. This land Is covered with the
ue had nice time visitor to town this weuk.R '
dy. Our young people a very It up fur the summer waters of the creek.
Contractor has started work at the party and dunce In the clubhouse, v. Mr. Black held services In the 6( Hold.
Decker music rendered by P. W. Bisbee I building a new dock. He Mrs. King, who was quite sick lust No.
i the Gifford on his !Saturday.: The church on Sunday about f 0 chains 85
dwelling for U. B. fine. Baptist week li now improving No. 7. Commence
and C.Bemenderfer was very Is getting ready to ship bit crop of tomatoes .
Isolation. It will be quite a pretty Jensen II. I. Ktopp and John C. Jones are of which he has some fine cues. links West from Northeast corner of
very The Tut en Ur()'. are working at the
' here are Section line between Sections
men 20 -
ntajje when completed. A number of our young candidates for the office of county commissioner Section on
w- II. of the finest one feeling sore Just because two of our for the fourth district.Mr. T. G. Ronald has returned from a visit lighthouse, this week. 17 and :m, run WestOchalns 13 links,
Harris has one boat riding with one to Fort Pierce and neighborhood, and South 10 chains 54 links thence
In this young; ladles went There 'was a dance at Canaveral Club, thence ,
-'ar-olj''we fields of pineapple doubt plants if of the. old bachelors and Ml them to Shattuck, of Eden, returned homeon left again, in his launch, for Tltusvllle last Friday. They report having bad a South UO degree seconds, East 3 chain
: not under cover. I any. walk around town alone. Better "get, a Sunday evening lie had been spending and Daytona., to be gone several day*. nice time. to Eau ftallls River, thence follow the
De can beat It on the ridge. their few days here, visiting his friend of Eau Onllle River In an Easterly
want company. shore
boat, boys, if you J. X. Chalker returned from a tripto Miss\ }Francis of Canaveral, closed her
, Fred Cook of West Palm Beach spent While this season has been an off sea P. I'. Cobb.A Jensen and Stuart oa Saturday, and school last week, and will I"aleVedoe/ direction to a point due South from place
II IIQDday in our burg/:, as the guest of and were almost discouragedby very quiet wedding took place last Is well pleased with that section. He day for her home In Fort Mead. of beginning, thence north to point of
-!Pt J. M. Andrews. Can anyone guess'hat son many took our midwinter Friday evening/ at the residence of Mr. everything there anda beginning/ containing D acres, more or
the fronts that prosperous 1If111Vlolal< returned home last the KUchell\ 't
1ng and known place.
less, as
the be?
attraction the
I- can citizens have done fairly well and Mrs T. J O'Brien, contracting large crop of pines to harvest.
crop, our Saturday after so extended visit to her
of PeUsrs- 8. of Section 28 Township
'J rare Mr., and Mrs Harry Jennings E. M. Saylor: and son and, witb the spring bd crop been and shipped over 7,000 from crates that burgh parties, VIand being Miss Clemens Callie Kniilorsou, Tbe sad news of Harry Cole's death on relatives In the northern part of the state. 27 South Range 37 East, containing 160
accompanied by oT vegetables Monday at Kau Gallie, reached here on
Rev. Father Kennedy loss railroad right-of-
have brought of Fort Bassenger. acres, way.
>rt Monday of which
, Sieger a Ankona, most all He engineer on the steamer -
:' Tampa, Avon Park'and Orlando. crop good, returns, and signs$ of prosperity are of St. Anne's Catholic church West Tuesday.Spartan for a was long time, and was liked Hold Up A Congress man. No. (I. NW ;( of Hoc t Ion 2*, Township

.They expect to spend several days at In many ways manifested. Palm Beach, performed the wedding the ceremony.Father by all here that knew \him and all sympathize "At the end of the campaign," write 27 "South, Range 87 East, containing 160
"act* place. Immediately Champ: Clark, Missouri's brilliant congressman acres, less railroad right-of-wsy.
Oth It with the bereaved ones.Stand .
of May appears -
Items the beautiful service
Sawn( n. Jennings, J. T. Waters and In tbe,Tlbbala has been experimenting Kennedy performed andMrs. "fiom overwork, nervous ten No. 10. 4J 00-100 acres, l lass railroad) .
Infant of Mr.
'. M. who were that Harry of of baptism on the son IIlon, Ions of sleep and constant speaking right-of.way, being part of Lot 1 and of
I Hudson, of this place \ with several acres potatoes O'Brien. After the services were Like a Htone Wall
'PNnted' committee by the Good but our friend I had about ntterly collapsed. II teemed NEy 01 :NVty, Section, Township 27
:oath! Association a of the Fifth District which Is very true, ,forget to state over, all proceeded collation to the dining-room/served Between your children and the tortureof that all the organs In my bode were South, Ranga37 Kant, known... J..L..
corresponden bounteous : ,
o Investigate the shell mound at Wa- the TI bball conductedat where a 'Itching! and burning eczema,scatdhead out of order but three bottle.of Electric Stewart place.
were and Mrs. Clements left
"o, on Thursday week visited i the that those experiments Mr Jennings"' is stilldigging after their which future Mr.home at Fort Ba aenjler. or other skin diseases. How Why, by Bitters made me all right. It'. the best No. 11. Lots 17 and 19, block 4, Towst ,
White City. for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, earth all-round medicine ever sold over a drug
"O'e werejoined using
by Gallie.
could not of Eau
place, where they which words of Rip Van Winkle,-/'May
those potatoes In tbe "
for ulcers Over worked rundownmen
' Commissioner J. F. Bell and D. la Tlbbals onsacoentofthesoil. and greatest bealer. Quickest cure gist's counter. No. U. Lot 1 block 4 Town of TC
to nOallla.
, been Induced grow the live lung long: prosper.
duet have fever salt rheum, cuts burn or and weak, sickly women "gain, splendid
and W. R. sores, ,
' of White City; Such forgetfulriesii, Quit claim deed for this only-
'j"de bru I ae.. Infallible for piles. IKc at B. health and vitality\ from Electric Bit .
I: *. of Jensen. A thorough Inspeo- leads to misrepresentation.Please Polka held under Tax: Title
Thin Need
brother Guaranteed
, What CUc.
'on of the mound was made both as to my thoughtful.A R. Wilson A Son's drug store. ters. Try them. Only For prices and terms address,
!IDaJlty and quantity and.a report will Is a greater power of digesting and assimilating by B. R. Wilson A: Hon. F. A. MORGAN and W. II. JONES
made on Saturday by the committee, make 10- food. For them Dr. King's Clothing Cleaned, Dyed,
REVELATION. you .AI Administrator of the Estate of W...
the meeting of the Association, which to how New Life Pills work wonders. They toneand Clyde Steamship Line.
tip 1be held a' 2:3 Pro. In the Town quiry it will be a revelation or you bladder regulate tbe digestive organs, gently Pressed and Repaired. Ladies'dressed Treutler, deceased.Titusville .
* ; succumb to kidney the Address Ticket and reservations via th. Clyde Florida.
"t Jensen. mauy another. If the expel all poislons from system, enrich a. specialty. :
troubles one form or aid Foley the blood Improve appetite make VAX PIBKISS, Steamship Line can be secured of Cbss.
medical ,
Foley' Honey and Tar contains no patient Is not beyond It never dlsap-' healthy flesh. Only 25o at Wilson: Son's Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, U. Walton at the ADVOCAT office TItusville. By Filter tubes 'are now for sale at

'Pates and can safely be given to chlld- Kidney Can Sold will by B.cnre.K. Wilson A: Son. 'I drug store. 1". O. Box 203. Sanford, Fla. this office price 21ct.1; po.tage.xtra: .

* Sold by B. R. Wilson, 4; Sow poIDt -


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I I convicted all convicts that'were *sen-
I tenced to a term of less than five years ly wide I
and these, with the misdemeanor convicts t

give to each county a good road .
| working force Most of the counties / h7 .

f have purchased more or less Improved FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.
road machinery. Several road
t tI I bills are
pending" in the legislature now In ses

sion. One of them is to levy a tax or LOCAL TIME CARD No. 40. In Effect April 15 jg(
I 1 mill in each county for roadwork. ,

I I Another Is to adopt a state aid system' w'J.r J, SOUTHBOUND-READ- DOWN NORTHBOUNO-READ up
with an annual appropriation of 9150,. r ( FFvl No. 30''No. S8 --- '
+ Daily Dally MAIN LING No. 78'N 32''
000.E .... fJ" 1).11) ,Lall]

4 You need light to raise Early Aiptmtt Roads. 100 p 0 44 a L..................... .... ................. 7 00
History and tradition have furnished II OS p 9 411 a .................. Jackeon.II1..L" p 8M a
us with the basic / 1yoF Up 10 eft a ...................... St. Augustine/ ...................... 1150'IIJ..p e 4t a
i Tobaccoprofitably. Information which td' "II p 11 27a ...................... U".tlnlfS..4................... liB p 710 a
has guided us In building; tbe civilization -.= t ry 6 703 V 11 a2 a ..................... EwE J' ...... p 7 ]n a
.4 Jp22 3p....................... .. 1iII1' 8 Ma _
of Neo/fa .......................
It Is
Be sure your fertilizer today said that In prehistoric 1 Pi 74Sp233p........................ ]luunell..........................4OSp. ., ei2n w
times the Incas of Peru built / e 1'1 DB P 81 p ........................Dupont.......................... 'I' 808. e
." contains at least 10 per cent. roads that extonded from ary .0 I 9 r OSp.. .......................Ormond........................ 148 408p. 6cla s
the tropical. I .0 p 11 18 p................... .I>ayton............................ 381 j> 68sa :;
ly heated valleys up the mountains to r 6 '0 p 2P. ......................Port Orange...................... l Ii p 6, a7 a'
Actual Potash the of 1 t l I .oap Up...................... I'I W' 8m rD..... ................. p fe.
regions/ perpetual frost! using ....... OOp ........... ...... ......Oak Hlll......................... a'3Sp 031' .108. .. a "5r
tbe natural ....... a 4 1 ....................
asphalt rock, and these p. Tlruevlle. ..................... 03 ..
from Sulphate. roads In E: ....... I tit p ................u....... COCO. ... .................. QG p.! .. ....,
are good condition today. The a$ o ....... aa p ......................RooJr.Jed ............:...........1 I' ..... .
.We "'II"rH., on reqneit oar book discovery of a large section In Ken t ....... a 111p .......................Esu Oal le....................... io00p .. .... c
"Tobacco. Culture.1OBRXAN tucky covered with "T l 0 0 S ....... 11 05 P ........................M Ibnurn......................... 30 ......... 'r2:j
: KALI WOBKS. asphalt rock which ( ....... 146 p ...................... ..S b..etlan......................,. 11 66 I' ...... 1.
rt N uu Slronl, Now York scientists have pronounced a perfect 5 ....... a a'0: I p .........................8t LCIeI........................... 1106' a ..... :
and natural ....... a p ......................:J'orb Pie............................. 11 0'a. ...." e
combination of asphaltana ....... 553p..................... Whit... City........................ to 'IS.a......., :
quartz sand- most valuable for Trs.WsisYlrl'ir... .,... Sail....... Jg ....... ao0p.........................Tlbbala..................._._... 10 RJ. "
w .M. v T "' /m T *kj e e 0 ....... 108 ................... .... a
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Free and '" .t .Jld..D.\! ; .....;;;;:;;;;: i iii :::::: ;
paving purposes and far superior" to ....... 014 p......................_ .J..n...... ........._........... to 25a.n:
Accented Masons. any artificial combination that could ....... Ii p ....................... Stu..r.. ..................... to 14a ....... 4.
( be BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and ,NEW YORK.Calling ti ....... is ;:....................1I0pe Sou.d....................... .
J' made. Is of vital Importance says ....... r p ....................Weal JUI>"f'......................._.. : .
tbe American dt; .:..... 710 p...................Nest .
Asphalt Journal. The Palm B8IICh... ........._..... 8 .. .
be : at; Charleston, S. C., both ways) ....... i cep ......................Boyn.on ...................... 8 445.-. '
t day may not far distant when ev ....... .... ......... .. .. ..
0 49 p .71.: Lauderdal .. _........... T
Indian No. 00Tltusville ery city and village will have all streets ....... 94a ........... :r..m.." City....................... 6 .
The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe ....... ... a..
pnved with asphalt rock a material Steamships ....... .......

River ] which is not only the most durable, :BUFFET PARLOR cr.AR8! ON TRAIN 83 AND 7&

? but cleanly and noiseless. Clyde New England and Southern Litres .
F Ft lxxJe.( r \ Florida. Direct Service Between DRANCII.LI1DS: : BCIIKDULES': ;
THtoldt It* meotmK the fttMOml and fourth Frl-
t' day of eaoh month. a" the late .Armory* Tltua. door Rods Do.
a, at 7 ao o'olooit p. ui.J Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points PALATKA
) ft. Walker, Worehlpfu1Meeter.; Good roads like good streets make .4..N1Ji EAST PAL.ATKA.BK : ..
J. L. Carrutlier Senior Warden habitation along them most desirable.' (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
V. H. Aaiilerii. .Tnntor Warden. 67 Ne. "INtI. 53(110.48(
No. 47 .. 481NOI.
i 48 No 60 .
) J.M.Dtmu,.Tr seurer. They economize time and force in SEMI-WEEKL.Y BAILIXO3IBontnbonnu 1>..lly Dally J11J 8'1'WPJOlf.. No 114 No.
.F. A. Morgan Beorecary.J. transportation of' products reduce ,........................ .. ... ..... .. ........ .. ... .. ........froroLewis Wharf Boston .1I&ll.YJII.u.y ,Dally 1 Dally Daily I D..117. 11..1.
A. HiifrhoH, Northbound..... ............ _..... ...... .,..........from foot o. CatlwriM: tttreet, J ok on.IUe :" 80rrr"1r'-1I5: P lln/Jo"1 BOa :'......; 'a atk.: .......Ar II 2:1: 12:>a 0 111\
Senor l : w'urlnd tear horses harness 7
:J. B.:Boraren, Itoaoon.R. on and 8 O.Ar..JC..etJ'.cka..L". 406.7.4.' 112 111I:'I 1I0: p i 70\
t E. Mliiin,jr.. Junior Deacon.ft. I yelilCICaiid enhance" the market value

..O.M.Vanlaiul Taylor Junior nirliam.. Steward.! Senior 8teward.V. .\. of real estate. They raise tbe value of Clyde St. Johns River Line.Della. :MAYPOBT':IIB.A.NOK.

P. W. Robert. farm lands
Tyler. and farm products and ( 1JIo.\ Ne. IS Ns. f No.6 I '
tend to beautify the country through BETWEEN: : ..JA'.JKSONVJi'i.-E'; SA3IFOUI' Dally Dally. );)..11.1"" arartose.: I Dally No.8 No.Da11yID4L t&No. ,

'' A' GOOD ROAD COUNTY which they pass. They facilitate ru Stopping at Palau....A.-, St. Francis Hereaford(DeLand), Blue SprUiir and< raiemiwllate land' p p er a LF.,. .,.............. ackeones e. ..... ,..-,,.,,,,, 8 26.!i 1a a p Tloe
lap I tip e'eaa Lv.. ..,,,......
/ ral mall delivery and are a potent aid ingtontheSt.Join'shUver. .gouth Jacksonville....,...,.. 181Tala
}O p t 00 p 10-00a Lv,.?.,,,,,,,,,,,', Pablo Baoh ....... ... 7 46 l7p s:
I -- to education religion and sociability. STEAMER "City of .J.ek8ouvllJ" I O p 8 08 p 10 1iiouiojuvi. LT.. ..,,.........Atlantic JBawohMaypwr. .. .... .Lv T4 a 01143a1 11 40 SCO
lei RICHMOND, GA., IS PROUD OF ITS Charles Sumner once sold. "The road CAHT. W1. A. BfltAW. 80 Ar.., ., .,, ..L.172.an26a, n Ito
and the schoolmaster are the two most IS APPOINTED: TO BAIL A3 FOLLOWS
.... important agents In advancing: clvlllwitlon. Lean Jaokiiaaville. aao:: p. m.,BundaySntueadayt and Ttwraday
........ -..:-:::: :.. -- -- ..-.. ." Le.i.0anjCt .i4V:: a.iu>Monclaraduvaauysaud Friday. H*. 57501.451
I I Southbound,Read down 8O&t11)tiLls. N thb.end.Read
up BTATIOXW M. No. 5

0 Fine R...... In That County Con.retracted Leave 8.lOpnt. .. ...... ..... ....Jacksonvlilm. ....AMI_ :.:sear. I / 491 Dailp
und Maintained by Cnn "A neighbor rag to seith'a, bottle ofChamberlain's :4Hi>m .. ......... ..........rilatka..o..... Lease e:0eaa. 6 *"",. ......... .. '
3IKJoalu....... ... .. ....... .. Aator ..... .. .. .. .o. 1:80psa. 0 6 81 alAr..S.n Malao.. "" ,.LvI| S 00. nrI
'Laborlan Very Saoova.fnl. Colic. Cholera and Plar- 4ra0sea........ ...... .......Bt.franols.. .. ............ Iso: v_. iiOK IiiBANPOBD'BRARCB I Work IB 8oaeLJin with severe cramps and was given up .. S.OOam., UlueBuring*....... ., 14:04sia l lArrive .
Richmond claims to be the banner a:. oain. ........sanont..t... i' 11,30 a_ Ko 11'Dally' Ne. 12Dally 'Ne' '
all beyond hope bv my regular: phy.lclan.who Btueaoa. NoDally a 1- _.. ...: .., No. 2 No.48ld
.Bounty of Georgia In the matter of stands high Id his profe slon. After Genii Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St..Jacksonville.A.C,13AGERTYP.aet'n < Dally Dallyfl' VIOl,
i administering: three doses of It, mv son Oaa v,.....,.,, iu.vfle...,,.,... r I tap ITie pioloa
.good roads, and Its claim Is well found- consciousness and recovered Plus. T lea ....,..,,,.. ...,........Lv 107p a .9 11111. v..N.8nryrna..Ar. .0 i
regained entirely r.M.IRONMONOEItJa.Aeee.Gea.Pase.Agt.11hStatoStNawTuk a 83 a I/ ......,..,.. ............ p Helen.L.t2. 8' 4 40.
-ed. There' are about 250 miles of graded within I 204 Went ; St. Jaclu. ..mTl..l ,)1a. 11 fit a t 0' p 11 89 a L..Oranll'"' City JSrJo. 1 .It pI 4 at
twenty-four hours S 68 ,.,......
says FIa..aiut.. a enterprise..Lv 11 80 a 4
1HOS. D.HALE Local Freabtdgeat ( 0 P.LOVELL, Aral. oo..p 4t a .
rails In the of which, from / 9 804 .....,.,.. Ar.OnrCity 1 Ia 10 4U
county Mrs. Mari hailer, of Mt. Crawford. Va. foot I Hogan St.,J twenty-five to a hundred are gravelroads This remedy Is for,, sale by all druggistsand JOHN. L. HOWARD" SuporinMndent, Foot Hogan| St.!Javk(onvlile. Fla..
medicine dealers. THRO. O. KOKK. General Ma>taier. WM. f OLTUK: !: CO., < Agents.CbeaboeugbS These Time Table. show 'M tlmee at .hloh trams may lw expeeted to
arrrre and
and the rest sandy roads surface BWtd erg. .i>State St.,Opposite Baatery Pact New lurik.O. from she several etatJon\u. tkelr. "I' dep..rtun. at the time stated III not guaranteed denar l
I 16 with clay. The county annually Peking Preferred. II. WALTON. Agent. Tltusville Flo nor..does .the illlell responsible loamy delay or any/ ooneeaenoes arinln,

raises about $24,000 for the malnte- .
.James Rankin We have
4 says: grownall ) Peninsular
inance of its,_chain gang and road 1miptyveia6uL tbe different' !breeds extensively and and Occidental Steamship': Connections at MiamaBE'l'w.JGJIJXt

The: roads' ire entirely conttructed Slid the! Pcklu possesses great advantages SE B<>.A. : :MIAMA: KEY*wST! AND HA.VA.IfA.NOHTHBODTTQ.' .
and maintained by convict la over all otbers. Their wonderful

bor. Richmond couuty baa a unique fecundity often giving us ICO eggs per AIR LINE RAILWAY. ISOtIJTRBQ1lJO: ; : : .

dystem. '* / bird ouch season also their wonderful Mona Wed....................1100 it LM Jf_na, TUPS. Tliur.*..._......:......10 OOr
Ar.Key West.Tuea ....._...,....... 3Qp Ar. Ktiji West, Toes Thuiw. ............ .
11 William F; Eve", who In!! now and fans precocity sometimes dressing' fifteen LT .. I 30 t)
KeTWe.t.Tues. Thus ._.. ....... 710 Lv.
p KpjrWest. Toes Tbu..-.__._.... ... .
been for nearly twenty years the commissioner pounds per pair nt ten weeks old) make Capital City Route. .A.r.'H......... Weds. Fries.................. II 00. Ar. UlamK Weils. FrU ..... ........... ... a 703 00'|
of taxes and revenue has them by fur the most.desirable bird, for For opy of Loaal'T'me.mmJ address any Agent

complete authority{ for itinklns and f'JfI- aiarket purposes 'The Shortest Ro.4e. J. D, RAHNETC;. Aaat. Gen. Pass. Agent ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

rendlnir" road nnprnprlnttoiiM. He combines The Best Line.
In LIs oiDoe the power usually Hand Mallrr'a lien.

given to the board of county commissioners. Maud Muller on a summer's Oar Only \line wltb Double Dally Service, Including Sundays to. ,
Tills Hyutem of a one man Bet a hen In a brand new way.
of comniletslouers brings
board more
the rural life whirl.
Trying a )
certain action and where the office Is She covered a box with tinsel gay WASU1NOTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA :XE.W!' TTOJIK, FO R-

held by a man who I la such n thorough Lined It snugly with new mown hay, WITH I'ULMAN'8 BEST CAR ale Hmond Washington. Baltitnora

believer In fond Improvement as Is Started Filled It to nicely look with for a eggs likely and hen.then The Florida and Metropolitan Limited, a solid veatlbuled train, St. Augustine and Uadolphla Boston. Atlanta

Judge Eve there will be constant Improvement Out of the nock selected one.. Jacksonville to :New York consisting Dialog;, Compartment' ,, CTornposlte. Asht.iyillo Chattanoog LotaisvUI.Cincinnati. I
in the highways says the And then she thought that her work was Observation and Drawing Room Sleeping Gar St. Louis Massa. Citrta

1 Louisville Courter-Jourual. It would done.have been;) but this stubborn hen Only o line opeiatlng daily through Pullman Car Service Jack ocnllle-tioNew Orleans >. olt CI..IcI PUtsburdChicago.tc4. :

Richmond had only one or two Irb- Stood up and cackled "Kav-dootl" And For sleeper reservations aDd further Information writ, { .
proved highways previous to Judge then '
A. O. MAODONKLI, A .t.. Oen. I'aee. Agt. Jaohseavllle, Florida.J. .
election to tbe office of road Maud :Muller cam. and in hurt surprise
Eves: com Looked coldly Into the creature's eyes. M. BARR, R. ,H. L. BUNCH, '
missioner About the time he took the Then tied Us lees to the box. "You bet I. V. P. G. M., Oeo. Pass. Agt. Gh
office the county organized and placedIn I know how to make you set" PORTSMOUTH, VA.
charge of the road department a But still It stood and worse and worsa
ti road engineer nnd organized the mis Shrieked forth Its wrongs to the 6nlv......

demeanor convicts Into 'a toad force. And Kicked Ignominiously over the box flapped with tinsel . Dixie Flyer Route SOUTHERN RAILWAYROUTE I

A report'mode by Judge Eve some tluio Then a bad boy over the barnyard fence .
( lace on the roads of Richmond county Tea-heed "Bay. Maud there's a differ NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA, 'A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY, and

r Is. as follows: shoe"Teen hens, you know and It Is that WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD OF THE UtEBJTATEO TRAINS: t
'II "Tbe class of ;work done In the county I One says 'Ka-dootl' and oneKadat1" '
route of the
was, first the effort to reduce the Then Maud recalled that the ugly brute The SoutHern's Palm Limited
grades aud give tljv' ronda proper drain ', She tried to set had said "Ka-dootl" CHICAGO AND FLORIDA LIMITED TRAIN

age. The gravel 1 roads of Richmond' And Phi blushes ever since In an that embarrassed historic day way and The Washington, Richmond and

county are made from gravel obtained To think of the bobtU she mads one DIXIE FLYER SLEEPING CARS. Florida Limited

from South Carolina at a point about when The Chicago and Florida Limited la quickest train, from St. Augustine and .
seventeen miles 'from Augusta. This Bhe tried to set a gentleman Wichita hen Es.te., Jacksonville. The New YorK and Florida, Express

material consists of water worn quarts Chattanooga Nashville, Louisville, St. Louts and Chicago with Pullman'
pebbles cemented together by Iron ox. finest" Observation and Drawing; Room, Sleepers, Dining ears, e.... through without ro THE CAST.
L- ide and snndy clays. It posies RE'I all the change.; The famous Dixie Flyer all the year round sleeper via. Atlanta and
essentials of a first class road material, Martin through to tit. Louis, without change.For The Chicago and Florida Special

.and its cheapness (
board the cars at Augusta) Insures Its T. M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville, Fla.

general usage" on the> highways of Richmond by our blood, and on C. E. HARM AN, Gen. Pans. Agt. II. F. SMITII, Traffic Manager. TO THE NORTH AND WEST.
county"The Atlanta, Oa. Nanhvllle Tenn.
cost of constructing roads of it. We thrive or starve as

this material ball b beenestimated by Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville: to Cincinnati via
blood is rich
Judge Eve at $lMOt) per mile. Thisaeeins our or poor. Asheville through "The Land of the Sky."

an unusually low estimate when There is nothing else to liveon PLANT SYSTEM.The Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated is

the excellent quality and durability of or by.When. connection with the Plant System and Florida :East Coast RailwayPullman
these road are taken Into consideration. Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
strength is full and trains.

The chain gang of Richmond county spirits high, we are being refreshed Great Through Car Line from P' Ask fir Ticket via Souther Railway. Correspondence Sellclte

consists of about- seventy-five convicts bone muscle and brain, To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston Richmondand I
ouch of whom Is snld to cost the county waahlngton. The Southern Hallway, via Savannah, Columbia I

80 cents per dny. This estimate in body and mind, with con and Washington. H. F. CAREY, Fla. P... AgU 108 V. Bay St.. ]a a-vm.. FU.
Includes board and clothing of the tinual flow of rich blood. The L A
The Southern R'y via Jesup Atlanta and CbatUnoogo.;
convicts and the salary of superintendent This is health. To the West N, via Montgomery. The /Southern R'y via Savannah: Columbiaand S. H. HARDVKX.' V. H. TAYLOR

ten guards., night watchman and. eight or When weak, in low spirits, Asheville. The M & 0 U'y via Montgomery. General Passenger Agent Aai't Gaul P... Afaat

The testimony as to the convict work! no cheer, no spring, when rest To the East. t via Philadelphia Steamship.and Via Boston Savannah via Savannah and Ocean and S S Co.Merchants. for New. :Miners York 'WaaUagtosv IX C. Atlanta, Ga.

,1s that It Is eminently successful and Jan..rr 13. 19011
is and is Baltimore.
not rest sleep not Transportation Company for
that no 'bt'ttf'r disposition! of the con. To Key West and Havana, via Tort Tampa and Peninsular A Occidental SteamshipsTo
vlcts could be made than to employ sleep, we are starved ; our bloodis Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada,

i them In this way. It Is a pleasure tb poor f there is little nutriment Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax llawkenbury and Charlottestown. j
drive over tbe improved roads of Richmond
county. They have raised the in it. 15iVMM17 i. TC>'D'Et.JSTS,: : TJOF.ETS'Will : : : : THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

values of the farm lands In the vicinity Back of the blood is food be on sale throughout; the Northern, Eastern, Western cad Southern States to ,

of Augusta very much nnd have to keep the blood rich. Whenit all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of 1801-1002, Urn- Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada.

undoubtedly contributed greatly to the fails take Scott's Emulsionof ited to return until May 31st with liberal stopover privileges to Florida.
growth of the city which Is one of the Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned be liberally sup-
PRICE $4.00 and $3.00 E CU. Should be used bv evel'1IJoat Builder In the U. S.
most beautiful and enterprising of the Cod Liver Oil. It sets the plied with Information and handsome advertising matter.

month, having largo commercial and whole body going againmanwoman For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation etc, call on or write to. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Enlliers in the United States.For .

manufacturing South Carolina Interests.has moved In the and child. F. M. Jolly Division Passenger Agent. Sale by

matter of Improved roadways. Several If you lutes not tried It,send for free sample 13S West Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville, Fla., Jas. Pritchard & Son

1 counties have Inaugurated systematic its agreeable SCOTT taste&will DOWNS surprise Cbemlata you. B. We W r e n n Passenger Traffic: Manager, Savannah Oa.Ws TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.SEE .

rondworlf, and the state transfers to Pearl Street New York. Gas TUE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROY
409-413 B. DEN H A M General Superintendent Savannah EXT BOAT BUILDERS.
the; counties froui which they geresalsa. ,...:.and fi.oo; all druggist.

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SILK CULTURE HERE. Feedlnic Green Cat Do..... Is the name sometimes given to what

.I think the most satisfactory way to conlag-Ious is generally known as the BAD DIS-
:: IAN: RIVER:. ::eO: EL, feed green cut bone la to give It two EASE It is not con fined to dens of t

ON-THE IYDIAN. or three times a week, giving the hens or the lower clasties. The purestB
Plans to Introduce the Industry all they'will cat when not very hungry and best people are sometimes

TITUSVILLE, In the United States. Feed It at noon after a light feed ogroin 1 10 0 d I POISOVince infected with this awful malady
or about the middle of the after through! handling the clothing,

FLORIDA. -- nooa. Many manufacturers advise drinking from the same vessels) ,

FOREIGN EXPERT LABOR NEEDED feeding an ounce per hen per day, butI using the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in contact with persona '
I never bud hens fed n good strong who have contracted it. J

J. G. BAST Proprietor. grain ration that would eat that much It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the '

h. Colonies to lie
I! $ State and Settled by Northern. bone or meat In some form the_body sores and ulcers appear of Blood Poison. I WM. undr treatment ;

?[ Italian. Who Ar. Wry V'onlent should bo n part of the ration at least in the mouth, the throat becomes!
DUCK saocmxo do ma no tfooct. Theca bfan tall in.
brows and
other Whether the
every day. more or eye
*u. *'* 'i TU In S..rl..uUurI'I..lmont SeetlonConiMercd 8.8.8. I oommeno.d to improve at onon
**&*JIT'ntf V'tv jf1'if J &uM r
1 g h I less other food la required will depend lashes fall out; the blood becoming I andtoeveryshorttim.alt.vide; of
anti Ideal Place to Urorln.
fed remainder of the ration and the contaminated colored dUa ..
oa the more copper the disappeared. I took ill l It-
Louts n.: Magld. banker of New condition of the flock. A flock which Splotches and pustular eruptions and tlea and today am sound and w.U.
K- M. w." Twaa.
c, Hates: $..30: per day York who baa been traveling throughthe gets bone or meat regularly every twoor sores appear upon different parts of ,

south. Investigating the country; three days will eat less grain as a the body, and the poison even destroys: the bones.S. .

f 10( and $13 per week. for the Introduction of silk culture, rule on the days when It gets animal S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease and cures it even in the
food but will probably eat more grain, worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes
was In.Washington recently. Doing In. on the whole than If it had no animal the blood and penetrates to all parts! of the system.
JACKSOXVILLK.DVAL tervsted In. the silk business he has Unless this poison out of blood it will
food. This Is because a ration deficient :you get your
I given pedal study for many years to In animal food or deficient la ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease upon,

the possibility of producing raw silk In any respect, ia less appetizing and bo- your children, for it can be transmitted front parentto

the United States. cause the appetite In general falls child S. S. S. contains no mercury or potash

) HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "The United States Is today using when the system lacks something It but it guaranteed a strictly vegetable: compound. +

more than one-fourth of the world needs find the lack, la long continued. ., Write for our free home treatment book and leant all about Contagions

production of raw silk and it produce Farm I'oultry.According Blood Poison. If :you want medical advice give ns n history of your case,
and our physicians will furnish all the '01\ wish without any
Opposite poatofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and reL none," said he to a reporter of the to the Carnegie idea Cecil charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.

novated. Newly furnished throughout. conducted. Washington Post. "There Is no reason left .. ... .
Liberally ; Rhodes died disgraced lie prop- -- -- ->- --- -- -- ---.- -
I why this stnte of nffnlrs should continue -
Rates (2.50 per day and up. since we have the climate and soil erty mounting to about\ $70.000.000. Owner Description of f.nud. SCl' 1'. H. A. A.m't.
lIe hits however. In some degree; atoned
B. W. SPERRY as well as cheap labor In the southern
Proprietor. for this, according to tbe cable dispatches (Continued (ruin Page 4)) .
Is unutilized and ad.
states, which now .
mtrably adopted for the purpose. Besides by providing very liberally ur.r: Il'bbart . .fart lots 1 and 3, described tiDecd
for tbe education of "young England.; ntluk 11(1. page alit! 2. 87 41 :S. 1 73 '
YIOR ELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE the silk culture Is one that Is easy 'V C Sn".It'n . North: acres tlf south a at'rt'lt. '

LAU L FLA. and lasts only two months of the year It Is difficult to understand why ot Iot.anti! southhurt/ or Itt, a 21 37 41 11. i81,
at the outside; and the unproductivelabor wise wbo sell cocksure E Ku8ht'Il... . rl\rtofnllrth }c "rntlrtlll'a"t''34', ;
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- could easily give attention to It those persona .deserlbed. heed lIotlk U, page' _
this Fine and tips on the raced and stocks do not 313 . . . . 2. 37 41 10 0 l 85 .
ed and Cold Water
season. cooking Rood table. Hot and '
"I will not speak of Japan China .
take advantage of the good things Mike\Vlntht't', . NortltLacresofsontheast3. ot ,
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All countries not of the highest civlllza themselves and make all the money northeast" . . . .2787 41. 66' 68Gri01n

street cars the door. Rates 2.00 to $2. O day. tlon, but take France and Italy more This la sort of that Is laud Com .
pass per n generosity
advanced countries whoso govern pany. . ? youth ja ot southwest 14 of .
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. quite Incomprehensible. ... northwest. 1j . . . 27 ::1'7 4L :)) 201
sericulture -
ments are today encouraging Max Gl'hlt.rt. . $outheastcoruer of southwest .
and have encouraged It since Its The Canadians are still claiming ownIrBlIlfot Jofnorthell..t\, ". . 2S 37 41 4i 231II
SRAIUtEEZB. earliest days. They now of the north pole. They should U i tewnrt . 1.otl: except hl' neres. to Debteitben ,
their largest Incomes from silk crops. . . . ::1J: 37 .u 44 8 n2''V
The United States Is purchasing from pause and remember that the United 0 l'tul..It'n . North 1\ acres of lilt 2 . . :1137 4t 3 0 24W /
them annually this product and atinu. States Is bounded on the north by tbe 0 yneden . North 2' acres of lilt; :r. . :35 3'7' 41 21 2\J\ 6AC
he Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE ally send $50OOO.OOO:; to $70OOO,000 nrora borealis which puts a cloud on 1 I lIowlaml. . Lots 4 and (5, t'lIlnllvllll.l1 or lot n
of the oj of section 3\: and sOlllh :20! I tehahrs
abroad for the raw material. their title to possession pole.
or lot I or Itl''tllln 31:1.: .
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. PO T. "Of course many experiments have . . . . . . 21au jl7 .Il 10 0121V
been made In the United Slates to Our next royal visitor. Is to be Ma ha 0 Sweden . S-orth:: S lu'rl' ot south T 11'rl'' .
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort raise silk but always In such n crude Vajlrarurudli of Slain. Ue'll hove to of lilt 1. . . ,10 37 4.1 :3 1 7Jt

In Florida, wlll be under the management of Col. J.% C. Post during the way that success. could not be expected take u reef la thut 'nurae If be expectsus Morris M Mack . fart lot 1, ... <'rltwll Jlt'l'.1 lluok. '

summer season of 1002. Professor S.uidold's Orchestra, from New York,, In the undertaking. Usually soiuo woman enthusiastic him. 1'. page 70. . . .. .3" 3'1 4J: ti ..aoV -&.. ,
will play dally, afternoon and evening. reads pamphlet on the subject to get wildly over \ 0 I'Ilw.I'n . gout' Ii tI nerds. of lot 1, and all .
illk. Of lot :I. . . . . ::10 3. 4.1: 41 18 29E >
Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their then attempts the raising of It must be admitted that some one

comfort. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special course such a person deserves credit baa exhibited better judgment in pickIng : W. HALL '. '

rates for families for the season.. Address, C.. C. POST, Seabreeze, }'Ia.p : for having! the courage and ambition to for Cuba'
out iniiiigurntion day
nn Iorida.
make the experiment but the IndustryIs Tax Collector, Brevard County,
--- one of far greater Importance and than was exercised In this country I
WEST: PALM UK AC IC.le demands the (co-operation\ men with '
knowledge of sericulture and of Onuuclal Spring Ailment, J
Institutions aa well aa of the na- There is an aching and tired feeling; NOTICE.

tional and state governments In Its establishment the liver, bowels and kidney become j
LeillgtollWEST l PALM BEACH, IlullltlAII_ and! Inactive: tbe dilution Impaired '
In Tax List Brevard County.
CorrectIons Delinquent ,
FLORIDA "I have Incorporated a stock compa with little or no appetite, no .
ambition for anything, and a feeling that
-'IJ '
ny with Rome of my associates on a
\V. E. ERNST, ManagerOn business busls. Our plan Is prnctlcally tbe whole body and mind needs toning{ aOWNEit. !1 I'
Tho trouble ID, that dining the winter A W '
Lake Worth opposite Postoffice and business houses. Large verandas to establish one or more colonies to be up., tttcie) has been nn accumulation of DE Cltll'1'lO. Q ci ...I"g, : .

Strictly first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. settled by, northern Italians who are waste matter: In the system. HorblnewlIl'emove ;: :=a !=lt1 ..4)..).". .gF'tI:
experts or. better said Inborn with-the I It to the secretions aright 0 Q
secure ,T C4>: .. ,;;;' ;;;;
kno\\ leilueof silk culture and silk i exit and by Its tonlo ellVct/ fully
NEW YORK manufacture. By doing that we shall : restore the "'RlltedIIM"lIe. and give you Christina 0 Urll\'o. liuuth g acres of souilu'ust 1 1j IIf
make an object lesson to the natives of I strength Instead of weakness. fiUo at J(. ..olllh,.' tJ.&oftiOllth\\'l'tltJ.4. 6A 21 ::11 A 114IJ.XIIl'wo. /)

thc southern states, white and black: I R. Wlluon A honXdrug,: store. ] : ...), . ,,"outhlvt1Iltllulhwl'.tJ. tj . 111.11: :::0 HO 38'
11.J '1'111I11. . . t"oulhwt'.t tit lion beast Ji'ioulllt'll.t
45ih Street bet. Broadway and Sixth Avenue 't
alike, to teach hem to raise the silk 1 .
According to a Louisville (Ky.I" dls / .. of "orthW'Mt 14
NIJW TOUK.A and to unwind the curses making out patch. "Julius. Kessler of C'hlciiKo/ lull northwest 14 of stint beast ..4..,
of them a marketable j product, and I northeast 44 Ilr soutlt- '
Modern Fireproof Apartment Hotel. Central !and Desirably "A great obstacle which la In the way just pure-bawd lO.MX( ) barrels of Hour- west tj . . :It1:1: ::16 100, .II ll
Located. With every Comfort and Convenience. I at the present time Is that we have not bon whisky on the total market. Increasing GlIl'nthnt'r. oulhl'a..t. lj lit northwest l4 ot '. I '.

Furnished and Unfurnished. expert labor to to! the work. Now by his boltl.lllfM, acquired' In Kentucky 5outhweetl4 .. . :o/tJ/ U atl 10 .18:
GEORGE W. MORTON" colonizing several districts. with italIans within the last few'dujs. to JO.- GlenHiin' Brothers r "I' Y

-- ___ .--- -- -- --. we. will remote this obstacle. 000 barrels Mr Kessler says lie Is and Camp hasty UixlhMed 2-l? Interest In son lh 't I''
> offllHt southeast I. of north- ,
will teach the natives to ? : j"" ,
These Italians
buying for his own use and that he la I.i.: west 1 tb| Of southwest .
1[ Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association. raise the silk and the natives will also acting Independently." If It Is really'true 44. of nortli..t >4northtiorthwfHt 3., of't ,,'.: ;'. ,, ..
have a chance to learn the unwinding l of northeast 3j' "
that lie la bnylng'CO.OOO barrels of 4 .' "
or reeling of the cocoons. north te Of southeast 14 ',f' .J; ., ; ", .
The Net and Twine Co. '
Chicago Kentucky Bourbon for his own ties \
"The object of the company In bringIng southeast t4, north ', 01'
-Manufacturers of- these Italian Is purely" for that Mr. Kessler must_have a most remarkable northeast. Ji of lIout beset tAn .. 10 :27 .10./ 11.0'( 4 25/ ,

purpose, as It la not necessary on account capacity Qlonnon. Brothers \ '
..;J of labor to bring In Italians, for and niiillvliU'd:) Interest In na
In Interview In fat .I.... 13 9i7/ lid 4HO, 5 60 ,..
we have throughout the south much Miss Stone says an

0= cheaper labor than Is obtainable In allY London that she. I. very glad to be E. W. HALL, .,

' part of Uurope. The southern laborerscan free, but that she la very tired. Well'

: E take up silk culture and yet be In a here ore others wbo have become decidedly Tax Collector, Brevard County, Florida. ,

position to continue producing their weary of the Itulgnrlan Incident ,
cotton cropa and other agricultural 1- ;
/ They limy, however Hud some"
>rodu convolution In the fact tliut there vC ,
silk riilclnR (nuts only two mouths of ,
law compelling them to leer lecture rs
and coufJ be conducted
H of De crlptlon. the year by
FISHING NETS and Netting Every ()
women or children above six years of >r read magazine articles on tbe subleci. -
Dealers In Seine twine, Maitre Cord Rope Ere .
age during the months of May and _
Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. ,
'79-81-8J E Indiana St. .. Chicago, 111. June. 1 .
"The climate! of the "Ac
In letter... 0-
...Mention The ADVOCATE your
tion which I cull that tx'tvl'.nYII811 -
We are !Members of the IlllnoM FiMiennen'n A AR"cl at 100. ington. Atlanta and Columbus la the The following are the times of arrival t I f si 2

Ideal begin, but there Is no anti departure of passenger trains to sod
-- - .---- -- native farmers of from Tltunvllle:
-- -- -------- --- --- ----- - reason why the every
state In the Union should not engage OCTIIBOCJID. _
ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE. lathe silk culture and my company Leave. TlttinvlIU for Miami and. I li., _._.
intoriiieillat point .at f
offers to give them Any and all 2OO..IIBOU.D., / rr

Information In connection with the Leave TltiinvllUrur Jk.on'llI. I o2 ._. F
matter as we want every farmerto too and lolAlm.dlate points at| ': P

produce silk, unit we shall create amarket Tltimrlllii for Sanford 7Mt.mrrlTe
.Tlfun..llle frcMu B.nfor l "l-Mp.
for the cocoon by our plan of
1 [Mt x establishing, mills. I bad an Interview
yvinnr. with Secretary Wilson tamed on a long

correspondence, and be assured me A Sample copy of one of the best farm .
that as far as was In his power be
would aaslct the establishing of silk papers published, free If you will send

culture In the United States as be bus your name: on a postal card, mentioning.

lung' been: of the opinion that silk! culture thlll r YI
could be Introduced In the United paper. ,

States and now baa a bill before congress TUB r'l.owiior Co., 4 i t,

asking for $10.000. with which I v Atlanta, On. 1
believe. he la going to distribute mulberry / ; ,

rr+ae trees and eggs to all who will ask: I,
them. .4l.4 "
Florida .
Off4E'1'Ql4iYRYf. fwman'Trnlt. In 111rds.The i l -:
d 6 ATErf human traits In birds are many 3'i I

aa most sympathetic naturalists bar i i ragazinc,; _M >
..t I l testified. Mr. Burroughs baa told os !'
I I w i that there are Jealousies and rivalries An ; I

; the little winged folk and that \ .
among '
the peace of families la often disturbedby Illustrated l I y1
outside flirts and lady killers. Quoting 1 1 I .1'J'
this statement In The Dial another Monthly. .1'i

observer gives a* to understand ONE DOLLAR A TEAR. ;. i
=- that the errant bird husband la duly ____I
punished. "I bar myself" be says, Send for Sample Copy. .. __ .
All kind of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office. "seen an English ben sparrow holding S I, ,1

LETTERHEADS, NOTEHEADS, ENVELOPES, BILLnHLlDS, SKIPPING' cock by the topknot and dangle him Address: G. D. ACKERLY .1'
clear' off his feet while her friends
TAGS, CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and expedliloailf. puolahed' him w.lU violent peeking'* Publisher, Jickionrllle Fla. i r

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to FLORIDA the Jewelry and Visitors Houveilr shops are Invited of the j R.White Banyan-C.B. Stewart City-E.,1.Henry. Stewart J. Traynor Casper.J. IT.B. Larsen Ragan,,,,, Robbins & Graham Go. I :E1.. ZR.E3a:c Y &i :3Rp: .

f:, jbvn af\ (t; 5 tt A Hugh,Woodley II. ChrlHieniten Weir-Jan R. G.I Roberts.,Roberts C. R. Prince., F..Clifford, PAID ITP Incorporated.CAPITAL )$25,000.00.This GROCERIES, GRAIN' AND-DEALERS HAY, AND IN-ALL FOOD PRODUC

Jacksonville 41 W. IIH.: ; ft. Augustine la case of the Inability of any of t.bosetentlemen We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTIl ivii,
In the Alcazar; Palm Beach, the rotunaq to serve ax here appointed company ownsXu We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all ,run
of the Poinclana; Miami, the rotunda they are requested to appoint qualifletlsubstitutes : .A. ILT 3D {3 era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
of Itoyal Palm; Nassau, rotunda to open the polls for the primary E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE. FLA.

of the Colonial Hotel.TflE'ANHEUSER. herein ordered.An In the Indian River Country; On the St.
assessment of $2> has been made
,I against each of the followIng o01c- s: Lncle River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARaOLL

... BOSCH,. !teadVbat The Doctors Say. I Tax: Assessor, Tax Collector County Bisoayne. Prices to suit the times, ,
Attorney Representative, Treasurer and
MAITLAJCD FLA., Oct.10, 1001. fish and Game Warden. Send for Land List. -Dealer Iu-

Brewing Asso's.FiunousSt. Tim'Hanooak:Liquid:I bav SulphurCo.had. Kccema Baltimore.over I thirty M.I.ntlemen County Commissioners $5. Members Offices at Tltusville and Miami Fla. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
year, have triad many remedies prescribed by of the School Board, $:,. I
.Louis and Vattlad. various physicians I l but to nothing hi* the dl'- The salaried offices may have to Increase Crockery.; Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Tour
Keg ea.e ylftlilml I so ra.illly as to Liquor Sulphur.' 1 I their contribution not GEO. 1''( BOBBINS! F. A. MORGAN, Patronage Solicited.
Ke r. think If nnoil properly It l* nnilnubtoilly exceeding Proficient. Actuary. FLORIDA.
cilia for hew: +mr. 1 have prenarltMd It for othort amount sot by State Committee, pro rate
fluid bf Meaora. F. A.. IxMley: and with' moat.,Haclnfaotory remit I ooimliler It the. should the foregoing assessment fall to Brevard Abstract of Title Co. .--- -. -- ---
beat remedy for ouraiiwin affections I have ever bring In a sufficient fund to cover cost of ,
R. t,. MotJw( ,Titunlller: *. known, and regard It as the irreatviit medical INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
t I By Mr, R. 1..I'1otlow.Cocoa,Flu. discovery of the apt Itori;>e tfullv yours, 'primary. Candidates for Justice of the WILL FURNISHAbstracts
+ W. A. HKA1U), M. D. Peace, Countable and members of the
t For Sale Executive Committee are not assessed. of Title TITUSTILLB FLA.
JOSEPH ZAPF druggist, Candidates for office must hand In their -VOK LANDS IN_ Is prepared to furnish Ice'In any qntlty-8acked or loose. Special attenti
names, and pay their assessment over tc Brevard County. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T .
Sole Agent. the Secretary E. V. Hall, on or before _T_ W1r.TMfiR1I!
.. .. ." Pro.".rietorWhaler's .
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the 24th day of June 100J.: Office under Law Office of
DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE The Committee recommends that
.610 to (MO West Bay Street,, no GEO. M. ROBBINS.TITUIVILLE. ,
election be held for Supervisor of Registration
:, FLA.
but that W. 8. Norwood be apopolated .
to fill this office on expiration ol
Meeting; a t Cocoa: the term of present Incumbent. Jewelry Store.

4' By request we publish the following It was moved and carried that In event East Coast Meat Market ,
of In the office of
account of the meeting of the Brevard a vacancy County Prosecuting

M RETREAT. County Demociat.'o Executive Committee Attorney or any other office, the G. F, DUREN Agent
which took place at Cocoa on the14th same be tilled through the regular primary Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Et
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Instant: election.It ,
Choice was moved and carried that tne C'D co:
Pursuant to call the po
Executive Com- .
County Executive Committee be composed Io
mittee held Its U''>> SPECIAL A'I'TEN'I'ION'glvea'M Repairing of Fine Watches
IWInea, Liquors meeting; in the town hall of eleven members that they
at :2 o'clock p. m., Wednesday. : po and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months.
.'. and Clgarpi.i1 should be chosen the same as County .
There were present P. A. McMillan\ P=tP
Guaranteed Pure. J. R. Mlot, E. J.Traynor E. B. Arnold Commissioners district. and two one from from each the Commissioners countyat =t = 1 2 Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful attentionTITUSWiLLE.

W. L. Ilughlett members and W II. large and that lo case of several -
can .
e-s .
, u John B. Togni, Sharpe and J. F.: Wooten held proxies. didates the two havlnlC'tbe highest vote FLORID
P. A.
McMillan was elected secretary should be considered elected.
d i' No. 103: East Bay Street, Corner Ocean pro.tern. It was moved and carried that the _rid. I c,2r ;
Near the old stand. The chairman. Dr. W. L. Hughlett, ;= -
chairman, W. L. Ilughlelt; secret my, E. C'DU'
presented a short address, the sentiment V. Hall and J, P Cooper be constituted -d
'>> Attention
of which = !
was unanimously adopted and the working committee Special
the; same ordered recorded. The meeting then adjourned. TITUaVILLE, FLORIDA.
Address as follows:
'East End p. A. MciliLl.4X, W. I.. lIUOQI. :TT.
ADDRESS TO TUB DEMOCRACY: Or Boo., pro-tern. ChalrHlau.I. .

WM. J. HOBAN, Prop'r. At a meeting BIIBVARD of your COUNTY.Executive: Com. I. R. & L. W. PINEAPPLE GROW: Hardware. Tinware Crockery, GJasswar(

mlttee held on this the 14th of .
day May
Wines Liquors and Cigars. -002, It was decided that the primary ERS' ASSOCIATION. Harness and Stoves.

elections called for the State -
Executive, Committee should be The announcement Is made that the ,as-Our' Complete and W.- Can Fill Orders Prompt!
Out of town orders given prompt atten held lo this county on the 15th day of headquarters of the Indian River and
July and the 12th day of August, in Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' Association
tion. Jug trade a _lIeolalty.J strict accordance with, the call. of which E. P. Porcher Is general w yi Jos. Pritcliard & Son.

1 ,-FURNISHED.ROOMS ,, Without legal light on the subject or manager, will be traaaferred from Co- ,
: without any Intention to enter Into the coa to Jacksonville about the lat of J u oe. Poatofflce Box 212,
',. Cor. Bay and Catherine Sts, merits demerits of the system, This/ Is always a pleasant event to record

Jacksonville we Issue this call, In the belie that It for it Is one more solid milestone pasaeJon 'bLs'V'1J.J.e.: _. F1ortda_
} Florida. meets the wishes of the great MajorIty of the highway of Florida's prosperity. i
our people, and that It emanates from There.Is not Another state in the Union .
the highest democratic authority In the which possesses a stronger body of growers
state, which In the Interest of party bar. composed of..a more coherent and Intelligent
,If. all bound to of than this of Seeds For Summer
mony we are respect. set men, league THE TEARS!: TO COME Crops.
The primary election la for the purpose' pineapple cultivators. Like all strong
of selecting candidates for the democratic bodies the members of the association have no terrors for the well Insured man.

jl4 party, whose names must go upon the have had strenuous battles over administrative He la secure In the knowledge that what

general ticket In the. regular election method; they have freely given ever happens his family. well provided Millets Songhiftins. Soja Beans Velvet Beans,.Peanuts, Cbafas Tooninte, Glan
and there can be no doubt that the State and taken heavy shoulder-hits, bat they
'j Executive Committee bus .a perfect right have generally agreed la thwend to rele- for, And the oost of this security Is Boggarweed, clean.

1864i to declare the qualifications of those who gate personal 1 dllTeioncen to the rein', and really very small. Our rates onLa1Xo
m.." taka'hart: and rots In thin Alnnt.lfBn_ .In..luii_...* I.I..._ behalf uf the UMrtikcliltlon they CC1IT: :Ja'.E: : :.

mlh statutes. plainly nut forth; l thequalIdeations I. compose e I ; ; J1S'1rA1CO.are Whlpp",.Clai>., Wonderful Black Unknown Ladyflngers.,
of electors, but do not provide The association has encountered boa-< moderate aud by taking out a policy Clean Bright) : cook; Lowest Prices Coach.Tens-3.;>o per qJ];., Postpaid; $1.21
fqr, the conduct of a political party cam-' tIltyln former Mentions; this. year. the : at an early age the benefits are greater peck; $425; ; bU8M1.

.. ;: "I. ., ',''.". palgn. voice of the apposition Is silent; and and lower.SCHUYLER Poultry Supp4tos, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.
i \I\\{:;: !: t' '(':: ), In our opinion the State Executive without a semblance of triumph' or a premiums ,

r. r ..'. <.t'8. ;, -!.'",...,...,,: Committee] hts the same power to duolare breath of elation the old parent KHHUO-|- A :4KAXNING, L. CAMERON, The Seedi! Store,.
'' I' who shall vote In the primaryelection. as ation cordially Invite. all to work to- TITUSV1LWC, FLORIDA 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
I WITH THE NEW YEAR they would have to declare, who were gether for the good of the fruits from _invited... .
t one of bottles of delegates to a nominating convention.We the banks of the most famous liver In Correspondence ---- --
up my therefore urge the people! lo take a the western hemisphere and its most 1:8'l'ABLl: BED: 1870.
OLD WINE OR WHISKEY lively Interest In The coming primary lgvelylake. It took 25 yenta to Und out that Typewriters

and drink to the health and prosperity of election Primarily an orange grower (nd still were built. upside down.
friends and self during the year. It la the first time In years that yon excelling In that line) and thn agent of -- M. Lane & Son
These goods are pure and wboleiome. have been given a chance to put men la the Orange Growers' Association, General THE VISIBLE WRITING
t Unexcelled for richness strength and office without consulting those who make Manager' Porcher brought to the pIne- ,
flavor. politics a business. apple marketing Industry the same clear,
Right for health and hospitality. The democratic party has always posed systematic and pane,rating methods that OLIVER TYPEWRITER 250 WASHINGTON STREET,. NEW YORK.

ROOT. I.. MOTLOW, as the party of the people.It gave him success la growing!; and ship
, TITTJSVILLE and COCOA FLA. was the Intention of the Fathers that ping oranges. He will search the peninsular Is built right side. up where the workIs
men should bo put In office for known and the experiment station and tn'stght. It Is a light,; oumpnot simply Southern Fruit and Produce
ability and fitness and that public office then the whole region of California for constructed di ruble machine_--enslly
Ii. A. Hildrcth should be regarded as'a public trust. the classification _of an orange Insect. learned operated and cleaned; aligns
I That the democratic, party of this But he does not reef content with an perfectly and needs least repairs.

Dealer ID Foreign and Domestic Brands county may deserve the respect of all, academic treatment. He sprayed a certain Oor.ct.c.l.1ss1.oc.: : :: lerchau.ts.:
we urge. you to put forward your best infested grove thirteen times In a
...of... men, tboso who have succeeded In their season to free I It from a pertinacious pest SPECIALTIES: : ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencils, Cards ami our
own business, as candidates for office. He will search the character of a commission
Ram, Brandies, Whiskeys, Gins, The simple fact that a man feeds at the house proposed as au association ww quotations furnished on application.!
public crib does notnece8sarlly It or un-* agent as with. microscope to detect any
Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. fit him for continuance In office\ ; the crookedness. li
The beat whiskey and liquors served by question should be asked."Is lie faithful He anticipated those most astute ship 1 Id11 J. OETOKN. WiaL: ,H. OKTQZK. EI>. OBTGEX
and competent." An incompetent demo- pers f In the world, I lie Californians in
polite and courteous attention.A crat is uo more fit for oflioe than any the practice of diverting com of fruit, OETCEN & OETCEZT1
: first clans line of foreign other incompetent. which through; kaleidoscopic changes!: In tM-
v and domestic cigars. If from this on a "Ring": la to rule the the market are bearing down upon a
county It will be a "IUn :" of your own market, doomed to disappear In a vortex. 23.A 25 EAST ADAMS ST., .. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
I FAMILY HOTEL TRADE Solicited making; the power now lies In your Lightning overtakes that oar,and switch
and careful attention hands. You can depend upon it, the es it towards another city. A car containing j -a'jfvRa.IAns.u- J.I\\ We Solicit Consignments. all Kinds oS
Prompt given
election will be fairly conducted. (ifteen' hundred to two thousand =-
to mall orders, accompanied{ 1 by cash dollars' worth of Florida pines cannot PRICE, *117.1>0. Fruits Produce Vegetables Peltry Eggs Salt Fish &: Rce.
Committee then be left, and it is not left to lumber about ,
L. A. IIILDRETII, The proceeded to dozen States like of rosin. W. S. BRAKNING TitusTllIe! Fla. I
half a a cargo The above goods are our specialties. We- give all shipments oui prompt and
business.It .
FORT FIERCE, FLORIDA wan moved and carried that thesuboommltteel Every car has an electric string to It from Agent for Jtrevard County. personal attention. We do not handle these goods as a side line,but give thorn I
for each precinct be Increased the hour It leaves" Jacksonville until It Sold to responsible parties for$25: cash all of our attention and guavaaue shippers best returns. honest dealings!: and I
to four members the same to reaches Its destination. and $10 monthly. payments. Other make quick remittance. Best. reference oa application. Tagsand, stencils are free.
Hodgson Bros.EAU To sum all In a word, therefore since machines taken In part ptyment. Give as a trial.
have char go of, and to act as Inspectorsand it became fairly organized and "learnedthe "
clerks of the primary election, theirseveral this aaaoclatlon has lost ALL UP-TO-DATE BUSINESSMEN _

Marino Railway. list to aot precincts as chairman, the first, an follows named::on the lower per centage of fruit shipped In Flori-by It SHOULD USE THE OLIVER The Chisel krtaMtohed Grain ....Seed! Reese In the 8tato.HRAIM .
than any other league or person
General Merchants and fillip: Chandlers. LaOrnnge-W. W. Uallard, L. K. My. da. Of course this happy, result Is largely PULliA
ers O. Ii. Gardner Thos. Johnson. due also to, the good growing and
Speolal ;Facilities.. Tltusvllle-l'rank! Duren, It. E. Mime, careful packing of the members of the 'L'\ 11U 111uosPrN / Wssz.. A. ::SO"\:1.t'S c 2: 00.
Jr., O. A. Stewart, J. P. Goldsmith.
For Out and association.-Times-Union and Citizen.A .
Hauling Storing IhpalrlngYaobta
City! Point-W. II.. Sharpe! J. D. Hatter I/I
and Launches. ueo. (.nester j,. r. Bea 1]. RAY AND GARDEN Ut>ckledge-J. P.Cooper O. B.Ilanloo, DANCE AT WABASSO. : UAlAAAil J 1 1
Mention the ADVOOATS when writing
Chas.. Hammond, Geo. N. iIatoh.Eau -
; Oallle- -John Houston, E.Stewart WabasftO had a pleasant time in the .SFWjM *-- ,, ACtaNEl : Flour Grits, Meal and Fertilizers ]
J. E. M. Hodgson, E Kinnard. form of a dance on the night of the 10th yMi
(Formerly of New York City.) Melbourne: F. GIbbs, C. F. Conk- Instant Mr. G. W. Keith a prominent III a L0VI$. 140.Agts.forFurina 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
( ling, E. A. Morgan S. M. Martin.Malabar farmer of the above place having given
Itegitlar Ueeiisctl Blaster -K, Ii. Arnold it. A. Gonk1- I Invitations to the citizens of Wabasso, Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

umber, ling, G. W. Washburn F. A. Drake. Sebastian and Quay, to attend a. dance at
I Sebastian: -II. K. Hardesty, Ivey Lawson I i his residence on the above date. It was ,
With the very boat experiences of over J. A. Groves, W. C. liraddook sr. : well attended and much enjoyed. Many The Nation's
e twenty years on all kinds of the moet approved Fort Pierce- H. G. Branson Lee prominent; residents of the neighboring
sanitary methods of plumbing, Coats. II. Ii. Paxton H. I.. Brown. villages were present. It was a most /l 11 "San fflateo"
I has opened, rat-clans shop on Beach Eden-Mont Hardee W. D. Edwards, successful affair and was continued until //111\ Best
street soutb of opera house where I am F. M. Hudson, E. A. Ireland. the wee sma' hours. J. It. Leather- Cigar.
prepared to furnish and Install the very Fort Drum-It. L. Parker, URn Sloan man and family contributed to the refreshments We are agents for the above Sewing

latest and moat approved system of sanitary II. A. Holmes, A. Drawdy. which gave great satisfac Machine and keep a full line of the different It.M nIlFloridn.
plumbing drainage and ventilating Narrows-F. C. Poppell, C. J. Reams tion.
together with all kinds of the very boat Thos. L.Jailers, Wm. Reams. styles on hand. .
sanitary plumbing fixtures of Oeorglana-P. It. Wlttfeld, E. V. Hall, Young Orange Grove for Sale. JOHN R. WALKER A CO. .
manufacture, with the very latest sanitary A. D. Carter A. V. Hlscock.Merrltt Why bny Imported cigars made from heavy tropical tobacco doctored with
requlrcmeuts; kinds direct and -T. H. Sanders,J.D. Sams, M. In the south part of Brevard. county Titasvllle, Florida. opium and other drugs when you can have the pure Florida leaf at five-cent
Indirect, hot water and steam heating; 8. Same, D. S. NIsbet. abutting the Florida East Coast Railway price
laundry drying rOAms fitted. All work Canaveral-Henry Wilson N.King W. a 2-year old grove consisting/ of COO) trees Land For Sale.

will receive prompt and personal attention C. Peterson N. N. Penny. In first-class condition-300 oranges 100 FREE BY MAIL TO ANY I Bozof as. .. . .. .. ... .*..$1.00
b and done at the very lowest terms. Haulover-O. Nolle J. W. Oriftls, W. grapefruit; 100 tangerine oranges and 100 AD
Estimates cheerfully furnished. Telephone Watson L. Grille kumquats. Located in Sec. 0, Tp. 34, It 17.J( acres-first-class pineapple land ...../ Boxot 50.. .. ......... ... ... ..i.7S
A. K 40. If nice this desirable front, on St. Lucie river at a
01, Daytona Fla. Ankona-J. N. Wailer Saeger you want young grove
W. C. Kiiwlloson. R. Duncan. will suit ybu. Prices for next 60 days, bargain. For reasonable terms write sw.- eO\A7"IEJ-S:: : : ,
j B3P* Reading notice ads. on this page Mloco-It.T. Smith L. Jorgensen C. J,500.00. C. T. McCAHTT, 'V. W. LCCK, ,
are live cents per line\ per week. II. Price, P. Ucrtleseu. Ankona: Fla. TlbbaU, Fla. SAN MATEO, FLA.


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