East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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September 5, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, la Dyeing. -If you want a launch, cheap, road -Wm, II. II. Gleason, of Eau Gallic TIII: LAKGI:, ,IIKICK: ST )1tI.. AMONG THE HOTELS.

the ad. on this page spent.Monday to Titusvlllo. -
Look for \V. W. Luce' ad. page: 8.

nd Topics of General Interest. J3T We cannot to publish SOD.WATER, SPARKLING COLD,, PKRsriRIXG HUMANITY RELKIV- Special Sale, Satunliiy, Sept. <(tli, Where to atop In Tltusvllle? See Tltusvllle
: guarantee
Refreshing, at Wilson & Son's'Mr. ed at our fountain Wilson Son.: hotel ad on our 7th page.
Items that do not reach this office before and Alomlny. S I.t. Stli. nt

THE ADVOCATE, noon on Thursdays.Mr. T.. C. Moore, of Roseland. was a -\tturney'V. A. Carter, of Tampa,, Whoro to atop along the East Coast.
In advance. visitor in Tituavllle lie, first of the week, was litiisvllle, Sunday and Monday,, J. It. Walker .C Co's.Mon's See Hat of hotels on page 7.
{1.50 per annum, E. B.: Wager made a flying visit
$1.00 six months, '. to Jacksonville, Daytona and New -Dr W. L. Hughlett of Cocoa, was a. on legal business. Straw Huts. worth $1 .V) for $1 ; The ADVOCATK: la now on file at all

f 2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Smyrna the first of the week. professional visitor to Tituavllle on Tues ARK YOU LOOKING FOR TRAINED worth $l.:$>>, at 7ft cents; "worth 71>> cents the best hotels In New York city.
day. Bird Dogs this season t Address Box at 40 omits; worth (till cents, at ::1.>> cents; i
aubscrlbe for the ADVOCATE Mra. L. 'Y,11aile and Havana Cuba will find(
two Visitors to
When you daughters: 11., Tituavllle Fla.f. worth 00 cents, at :'ID cIntsi; and worth -4(1( ,
by the year, it"does not cost you returned to Tltusville, Monday, after a -Mr. G. S. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, cents at 25: cents. A like loducllon In the AnvonATin on file every wook at the ti

hree cents per week, postage; Included. pleasant week In St. Augustine.Mrs. made a Hying trip to Titusvlllo on Tues M. Murray, the popular representative all Boy'a Straw )late. American Club. s

Note date of expiration printed upon E. B. Wager and Masters Ryals day. of Marx Bros., Jacksonville, art'iv. Lawns, Dimities, etc., worth 30 cents 'I'herllnllton hotel, at Petoskey
Interest of ,
ed In the
four paper or wrapper every week. This and Reginald Wager left here, Saturdaylast s a receipt for your money. No need on a visit to relatives In Georgia place, was visitor In Jacksonville on house. worth 2(1( cents at 14 cents; worth IS: cents S. II. Peck Is well spoken of by recent
or us to send receipt for subscription.Fbe Tuesday and Wednesday. -The death is announced of the father at 11 cents; worth I''l cents at \It cents; visitor This hotel. will remain open
date gives It to you. Prof. J. D. Teeter, principal of the leLand nnd worth 10( cents at 7 cents and worth
Titusvllle School In attend- Attorney G. A. Frost, of thla place, of the Conrad brothers, of ; until the latter part of September.
nigh was
1 TUB: EAST COAST, ADVOCATE la on Daytona, at his home In Sonaca Falls cents at tl centa.
left Wednesday for Danla and other Bethlehem Iu
the teachers' examination this Tho natural beauty of
at five upon Lace curtain ends 23;\ cents each
etande N. T. In his 75th
ale the following newa- ,
at; yoar.
In Dade legal busi
week. points, county, on undornhlrts the White Mountains, I 18 at its host In the
Men's llalbrlggnn regular
cnts per copy : ness. T. and wife of The Sinclair House
C. McCarty autumnal months.
Attorney ,
Tltusvllle-B. It. Wilson & Son. Mrs. M. A. Scrlmgeiuir and Mrs. S. N. noithoitml 1\1) cent kind at IJ: cents; the :M: cent quality ,
Ankonn+ were among Saturday's which la one of the laigest: In the mount
ksonvlIIe-Duval hotel. Gladwin, returned to Titusvlllo, Sunday, -Mr. R. E Mlms, jr., our town mar at 21 cents. the
Vlnton for
': en route to alns la adapted care
News stand, Union depot after a week very pleasantly spent in I St.:> shal, was a visitor In Jacksonville the passengers Buy the baby a cap-lawn, cambricor particularly .fc
Iowa, to upend l a month or two.Mrs. of late guests.. M OUSTS. Harrington
Augustine. first of the week. Mr Van Worley was silk-from 1.1: cents to $UIO each ; :23/1Ir have added
looking after the peace of the town during John C. Jones and the baby cent off at this sale. 11I0.\III1IYo, the managers,
J3T" Reading notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. R R. Pyloa, the popular clerkin his absence after spending, a week with Mr. anti Mrs.E. A Drop-Head Sewing Machine (now), many Improvements lately conducive to>
line on this page. Pritchard fc Son's hardware store, ) the pleasure and comfort of the guests.
or W Hull, at tills place, returned toher thla mile only $17.ik ll.
-Mr. W. E. Goldsmith, of this placo, spent I Saturday:> and l Sunday in St. Augustine -The Indian River Band gave: anotherof home at Klondike, yoateidny.Mr. See our bargain table Ala Goo. K. Ruses. the manager of the

vas a visitor in Jacksonville the first of returning to Titusville, Monday. their enjoyable concerts In the operahouse We lead the loaders In low prices Grand Ilotul at Mont Vernon, N. If., Is F

|ho week. -Miss Lclah Watts, who has been Tuesday evening. larger crowd J. A. Brltton, of Jacksonville Is, Mail I orders are promptly and carefully to keep that house open until Into Ootnber. -
the baud this occasion thanon arrived In Titusvllle TueRdayan,1
greeted oq
filled nt those satisfaction around Mont
prices guaranteed. drives In and
visiting her aunt, Mis. S. G. Vanlandlng- The !
-Mr. Robt. McPherson, of Stuart, bal their lust concert. now assisting on the AHVOCATK scat
ham, In Tltusvllle, for some time past, Vernon are always pleasing; the grand
look after the the absence of Mr. Walton.
turned to Seabreeze to returned to her home at Lake City on SEND 23 CENTS IN /STAMPS:: TO during Yours to serve, old trees that overarch the roads oast .a

Building of his seaside cottage. Sunday Jaa. A. brains, Gainesville, Fla for -Mrs, W. II. McKarlaud expects to T. R. WALKKU & CO.Titusvllle auntie most grateful: the boat of aum-

| -Mr. W. L. Keifer, Wabasso, was a R. Mlms the "Raglan Two-Step," by W. C. leave Tituavllle, tomorrow, for Lake 1.<'11\. met but In the fall, aa day by day their k
Messrs.! E.
Visitor In Tltusville the first of the week, Coleman. The latest and boot rag City, where shin will remain with her verdant colors /give way to lilies of bright
and P. Platts
and R. N. Andrews C.
Attending the teachers' examination.ANCOCK'S time March\ ever published. 4t husband until the State Fair closes. scarlet and deep crimson, warm yellows
members of the School Board, were In DEATH OF MRS. H. T. TITUS and soft wood browns, thou 'tll that
LIQUID SULPHUR cures Tltusville the first of the week, In attendance -Mr. II. II. Carpenter left Tituavllle, Attorneys.. Alex. St Char Abrams most to the sense of beauty

all blood and akin diseases. For sale by at the regular: monthly meeting of Wednesday, for Daytona, whole he joined and W. J. Bryan, of Jacksonville, and J. Intent they In111 appeal.all. Mr. Hates Is the over ,
B. R. Wilson fc :Son: Tltusvtlto, Fla. the School Board. the pain tel's' gang of the Florida East D. Beggs and! J. R. Gaines, of Orlando. Mra. Henty. Titus of Tituavllle, diedIn of Hotel Altamonte
Coast Railway Ills business, here, will are a. party who arrived at the Indian Jacksonville last Saturday. at the residence popular manager
';"* Messrs.: S. F. Webb, of Eden, and Z3f When answering advertisements be in charge of his partner, Mr. II. G. C. River hotel, Tituavllle, yesterday.Mr. of her sister, Mrs. F, H, Shad, our. Altamonto Springs, Flit., every winter,
,.. VV. Mosler of Jensen, wore visitors In In these columns, you would confer a
l Collins.Mrs.. nor ot Maikotand Fourth a'.rootslifter! along The Florida East Const Hotel\ Com
Titusvlllo a part of last Saturday and favor by saying: you saw the advt. In the W. C. Coleman. of Gainesville, I and painful \Illness covering a period thus Its the k
Sunday.I EAST COAST AIJVOCATK. By ao doing L. E. Munn, of St. Augustine, a member of Clarnndon Inn, SeahruvEe, l of several years. world famous announces hotels Tho operating POlice de
will receive better attention from a sister of Mra. Gould accompanied by orchestra, arrived in Titusvlllo Wqdnes- :
you ,
duceaand born Juno 12
who has been on n The was Robeit Murray
Mrs. Webber, Loon, St. Augustine, ,
tho advertisers, her little daughter and Mrs. Grace of day. While In town he III overhauling
felt to Mr. and Mrs C. S. :Schuyler, at; skill- 1870(), and her childhood day and early Manager, open Wednesday January 11,
Mariel who have been relatives few at which he ii
visiting quite
Benson, for the past week, returned to -Mr. Charles It. Walton, editor and In Titusvlllo, returned to their a ful. pianos, womanhood wore spent In Jacksonville, IIM)3) ; closes Wednesday, April IB, 100.1.:
of tho.ADVOCATE left Tltus respective whore by her cheerful and disposition Jos. 1'. Greaves
Titusvllle, Sunday. proprietor homes last sunny Alcazar!!: /St.: Auguntine, ,
I who has been ville, Saturday last, for Jacksonville, Saturday: -Mr. Call C. Curtlsa, of Jacksonville, and admirable\ traits She. endeared Manager opens Wednesday, November
-Miss Stella Budge, Captain and where he boarded one of the Clyde -Mian Clem Hampton, of Gainesville\ a. former resident of Tituavllle. has boon herself to a wldo elide of friends, who 211, liMrj: ; close Saturday, May 2, UK);).
lotting her grand parents, week uteainshlps for Now York Mr. Walton one of Florida's best known school teach. spending the week In town. Mr. Curtis will regret to learn of her death at I a Ormond Orrnond-on-tho-Haltfax, Anderson

Irs. James Piitchard at, for Miami some on Wed-, expects to visit Boston and the White ers, and who In well known on the East la the popular chief clerk In Max Mvnr- time when life should scum brlghtrstand A 1'ilce, Manager, opens. Monday ,,1{

turned to her home, Mountains, and his outing will probably Coast: fell down a stairway In Gainesville son's clothing store, Jacksonville. Ills most Inviting./ January U: 100:1\ : ; closes Monday, April1J >

esday.Mrs.. extend to the first of November. Monday and was see ereY) hurt many h lute,l e were glad tosco him again. In IHSDHlm\ married Mr. lIf1nry T Titus : InO... The Bieakers, Palm Beach

\ S. G. Vanlandinghani, who has -Prof. Charlos 1). Cory, who founded lief apian was badly Injured.Col. -Miss lioiilah Ii. Hawoith! of Budge of Tltusvllle who survlms.. her, bi'uMos. !hy-tho-Mi-a, Fred tttoiry\ Manager$ opens
tho ten days wither one child, a daughter her sister Mis' 34 HHj) oloaeaTluusdav
can spending; past : ; Wednesday, DHoember : ;
the Canaveral Club and is known to a W. II. Wronn, formerly passengor City, K.m after spending a few days In
daughter, Mia. U. B. Pyles, In St. F. H. Shad, and two brothers. April' \ 2, HNKI.): Royal 1'oln- ;
largo number of people along the Florida agent; of the Plant !System: but now Tltusvllle taking the tvauliora' examination
Titusville While a aulTarerfor several Worth Fred
returned to great Lake
lugustlne, Ellllt I Coastf Is being congratulated IB manager of Urn Mutual Life Insurance loaves ta-day for a visit with her years liana Palm on ,
bore her with
Mrs. Tltua ullllctlon fortitude
[ londay.I. Boston on defeating Mr. Frank P. ICeln- Company, at Brooklyn( N. Y., after a friend, !\II'''. I K, G. MoMullen. *f Eden, and resignation that was refuel kit. Stttrry Manauer,closes opens!\ April
I -! G. J. Swain, of Jacksonville, hart at golf. As Mr. Reinhart had al- visit of a few days iu Jacksonville, re before beginning, her .school at that II, IIIUli: ; Saturday
almost brttnth her
ble and until the I lust Miami II. W.
11 Ilnll 1 : Royal Palm\ ,
other of Mrs. John R. Walker and Mrs.V.E. eady heated 111 r, Findlay Douglas, the tinned to New Yorkon the Clyde steamer place. ,
face wioathod In and let' Imllcatnd' a Janu
Goldsmith, arrived In Titusvlllo 1,$\)8) champion, Professor Cory has all Comancbe on Monday. Men III, Manager, open Monday,
and brother have sweet and loveablo nature and told of 4
-Mr. J. M. Cuban ary 12, BMJ I ;\; closes MIturdayprll ,
and will' make our town an he more reason to feel J jubilant
n Monday, -Hon. R. Hudson Burr, one of the opened a \livery and food stable In Tltua- the confidence of a.lIrceILllt) of sorrow and IIKJ.I.: Colonial, Nassau, II. f,:;. lloml,
tended visit. GET ONE OF WALTON'S RAPID democratic nominees for :State Railroad vllle, and are bidding for your business sulfating after life's fitful fovor. Manager, opens Wednesday, Ueccmlmr2t A

ALT. AT F. M. 'rA YLOR'S PHOTOgraphic Calking Tools If you want to Calk (Jommlssiouor, accompanied by his family In the columns of the ADVOOATK. Mr Tho funeral .services wore conducted : 1IMIU' ;i closes Thursday, April V, 1IMI.\ ):

: 1 Gallery, Tltusvllle, and see your Boat with lightning rapidity.. It who have beon spending some timein J.M. Osb.inta now occupying Corwin by Father Hurry, from tho Church of the Royal Victoria, Nassau, announcementwill

( his samples of Photographs, Picture saves time and money, and pays for Itself llendersonvllle\ N. C., were passenguraun residence at the foot of Washington Immaculate Conception, Jacksonville, be inada later 'I'he Continental,
t |' Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. In a few weeks. In use by prominent Tuesday's southbound train, en route avenue. Sunday morning o'clock. I Atlantic Beach,summer hotel; announcement
1 Always something new. boat-bull el'lIln the U. S. Road Co: their home at Little River The many friend of !Mra. Tltna In to ho made later.
testimonials from boat-builders. Price, Walter Hawkins, general agent: of Tltusvllle! were pained. to hoar of her I
I-Miss Maggie Collins, and Messrs. A. '$4.04)) and $8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE -Mrs. John Miller and little daughter the Central of Georgia: and Ocean Steamship death, and the sympathies, of everyone
I. Gruber, E. E. Knox and W. P. Giles office Tlcusville, Fla. Mien Maude, of Eden, were visiting In Company, retained to Jacksonville la extended to the bereaved husband and 'ARE YOU GOING NORTH ?
|ore among those who took advantage ofJhe I'ltuavllle front Tuesday until Wednes-. on Wednesday from hla vacation. Mr. daughter In this. their groat sorrow -
cheap rates to visit Jacksonville andt. -Miss Aleph Mime, one of the assistant lUy, when they left fur New Smyrna, Hawkins lies been away for throe weeks,
Augustine the first of the week. teachers In the Titusvlll Iligb "where Mrs. Miller goes as a delegate to a the greater part of which time ho spentat ----- If you are, why not consult your pleasure

School, who has been on a visit to the church meeting. While In Tituavllle his homo. at La Plata, Md.I KILLED NEAR JENSEN, and comfort and travel by one of the
1-County Commissioners, R. A. Jarolinas and to Miss Bessie Grlsard, at they were the guests of lair and Mrs. magnlllcent ships of the famous and ever
ng, Till man; J. C. Jones, Quay; J. F.Jell Winchester, Tenn., is expected to arrive Ueurge W. Hooble. -Supt, 1&. E. Mime, assisted by Prof. popular Clyilu Line, sailing from Jackonvllle. .
White Gity; and J. K. Allot, In- In Titusville on SatunLiy. She will be J. D. Teeter, Miss! Ella. (I. Singleton and.Ilse The quietude of Jensen WILl broken These line stuAnishlps are fit
aanola, were in Tllusville the first ofbo accompanied by Miss Griaard, who will Captain) James I'rltchard, presidentf ;\ Stella Mime, grading. committee, Saturday night by a murder In the vicinity ted with every modern convenience; the

week, attending the Commissioners' b" the principal of the Cocoa school, and the Indian River State Bank, of Tltusrlllo have been holding; the teachers' examination 'I ho result Is ono dead negro, one staterooms are models of comort, and
Boetlng.I llr. Parker Griaard who will attend was a. passenger on Wednesday's In the Tlfuavlllo action! home this In jail held for the crime, and three the bill of fare la all that could be de-
northbound train enrotite to Indian week. Those present were Dr. Edwin E. others. held l aa accomplices .aired. From all places of Importance
I of rit. Lucie Stetson University the coming term.
-Mr. E. C. Summerlin, the week, : iprloga aol Lltbla /Springs. Oa where Macy, Mr. W. L. Keifer, Mrs. M. A. On Tuesday the prisoner, M, C. Cook along the East: Const the residents are a
fas In Tltutville the first School of Board, -Mr. and Mra. II. W. Itessey, prominent lie expects to spend about two weeks In ;lacy, Miss Rose T. I'enny, Miss Willie C J W. Mayrnril, J C. Murray and, FloydWalton patronizing the Clyde Line, and on their '

Bid appeared before the his residents of Stuart, and Mr. E. A. recreation. We wish the Captain a King, Miss Orral J. Lawson, Miss Kuln (nil colored) had hearing before return from the .North many words of

with facts and figures attached of to Ireland: a well known pineapple (grower [>leaant outing.Mr. King, Mlas Kllle A. Smith, and Miss. Judge i'..oney, the foimer, Cook, charged f praise. are bestowed upon the Clyde
Petition for the establishment a public of Jensen, were pleasant callers at this lioulah B. lUwortb. with the murder of one Stephen Smithat and their courteous. oflloor The
at St./ Lucle in which he was sue II. F. Atkinson one of (Titus-- ships
phool IHce Saturday/ last. Mr. Bessoy ia a Jensen, on Saturday; night, and May'
[ service Is excellent aDd a trip one
residents but well Beiilah B. Ha worth of upnn
ful.I v\1le'lIlormer\ now a -Mss Dodge nard and Walton charged
pn oat-builder of considerable experience, Murray were
known follower of ickntono at Miami, (City, Kas, ; MU Rose T. Penny, of accessories the of those palatial and staunch Clyde ships
I Sanford who end while here examined the Walton with being to
-Mrs. S. E. Brazwell, of will bo a revelation. Early applicationswill
topped over In Tltusvllle from Friday Nathan; Miss Km A. Smith, of ;
had stolen
that Smiths
Block which It some
s been visiting !Mm.! S. G Vanlanding- atent Self Locking Pulley intll Sunday to lee Judge Jones Mlas Orrel ,I Lawson, of Sebastian;; also appear secure choice accommodation
left excellent Invention upon clothes belonging to $. 1'. Ford" !, and
am and family for a month or two, he pronounced an For prompt attention and particulars
loma law mattera Hla old-time friend Mr. W. L, Kaufer, of Wabasao, who are had after him with the
i>r Sanford on Monday, to visit her aDd thought there was a great future were pleased to nee him in town. We tending; the teachers' examination, these Intention men recovering gone the clothes., Thoy wrlto to F. M, Ironmonger, jr., as.lstant

rents. She will open a millinery store for it.Mr. acknowledge a pleasant call. were pleasant visitors at the AI VOCATKtfnoe house general passenger agent, Jacksonville,
Fort Pierce, over the FortFierco Bank and Mrs. Geo. W. Hcoble and ( on Wednesday. We are alwayspleaaed found Smith In" pucklng near Fla. | or to (). II. Walton, agent, ADVO-
>out the 15th of this month. laughter: Miss Merle, were welcome ar- -Died, at LaGrange, Mr. Chaudoln, to sea our young teachers and Jensen, and Cook shot him when became CATS office, Tituavllle, Flit.
IV last Mrs. father of Mr. Robert Chaudoln, and a to the window. The Deputy Sheriff
rivals In Tituavllle Monday.
\-Mr. E. L. Shear, proprietor of the icoble and Mina\ Merle have spent the :cousin of the Ketr. W. N. Chaudoln, OBiundajr hope' they will honor the ADVOOATB of. went Into the house and found Smith

faytona Steam Laundry, who was acpinpanled >ast alx months in Connecticut, having ; morning, August. Slit. Mr. flee with their presence again. lying dead, with a pistol about twelve CHURCH NOTICES.
by Mr. (:eo. Vanderward, also resided for the Line to New Inches from him.
just recently joined Mr. !Scobie In Nor- ;haudoln has at LaGranga -Travel by Clyde -
Daytona, were pleasant visitor at thla olk Va. where the firm of Scobie Alughes he past eight months, and has been a fork and Boston Is picking up very con. They were all remanded to jail to await
ce on Monday. Mr. Shear brought are, doing an excellent fruit and ;real. sufferer from paralysis ever since ilderably just at this season. A large the action of the Grand Jury. Service at the Methodise church next ;

Ir. and Mrs J. .Raggett: from Daytona produce commission business. Mr. lomlng here. lie wa 7t pears of age; number of Florida< people make a trip to Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7S-IO; p. m., A. M.

b their home in Georgiana; in his launch, jcobie will remain In Titusville about aDd a consistent member of the Baptist Vow York during the fall, and la the Notice. Dalger, psslor.liev 1

Be Jonah, which, however, has been sokcd 'wo weeks, and will then tour the Staten I hurch. The funeral services were con. moths of September and October the Vaofloute will bold service In
aa to no longer deserve that appel- the Interest of bill firm, but Mra.icobie 'ducted Sunday afternoon, tin Rev. A. M. tine steamship of the Clyde Line are Rockledgs chapel next Sunday at 11 a.
ttlon, having made the trip In remark. and Miss Merle will probably remain Jaiger, officiating. The sympathies ol Uways well filled with northbound pas A l there seems to prevail among some m.also; In the Tituavllle Presbyterianchurch
bio abort time and without Interruption, all winter. he community are axtendedto the son sengers. There I Is also a derldud I increase at my patrons of the East" Coast that I at : m. The Tituavllle Sun
'opping over a day at Titusville, on the In his sad bereavement. norease In the southbound travel and am In the north on vacation, eto. I take day at :3S10: p. m.Tlli .
*urn trip, to work up his laundry busl- the. early "tourists" will soon begin to this; means of advising my patrons that Iam
sat thla place. Untying1. TRPAf.noPEpSIN.. WE MAKEit make their appearance. as per card In AIJVOCATK:, still In L
and It is good. B. R. Wilson A Son.lardner's : West Palm Beach, and will\ continue all *lll. nubile He howl.Superintendent .
hauling of all kinds promptly
Draying or the summer and winter. -
npty Sugar and nice ItarreN.! attended to. Meets all traina. Stove:! ( I'"lyer "ll'Ift.CI". Light wood I.olltlf .I... H. HOITOIITOM' R. E. Mlms wishes the

wood aupplled. Welt Palm Beach Fla., Sept. 2, IfHI')!,
For sale. Address, ALFRED UADLKT: Tituavllle. Furnished Im any <|u ntlty. Address. : ADVOCATE to announce to the school ,
WALTER A. Moon, EAST COAST POST Co.12.ep patron that the Tltusvllle public school ,
White enamel Iron bed paint 13c.: ,
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. OJua, Fla. Clyde Htearnslilp TJue. will open on Monday, Sept. Nth, with :
shoe 25o. r
J-"or Sale. Boston water-proof dressing, :
Cows Prof. J. I). Teeter, principal; Miss Aleph,
Screen cloth; piece or yard, 12{0. lima first assistant and Miss Jones
Furniture. A carload of the finest Milch Cows School I Supplies, slate Ink, tablet ,etc. Guavas< fur Male Tickets and reservations via the Clyde primary, teacher. ; M.!
offered to the people of the East Gasoline: stoves and arena. Steamship Line can be secured of Cbaa.I. .

all and see ;new line flf Furniture, I ever Coast. These cows were raised at the Tisane paper, all colors, plain crepe.C. I have a crop of guavas: for ale, and [: Walton, at the ADVOCATE: office TlluavlHe. ')1

tendon, Parlor and Kitchen Tables Hillside Dairy Farm, Cocoa, Fla. Theyare A. G.A.HDl'fJla.: Tituavllle, Fla. anyone needing them will\ please write 'or Hale. "t tAn
room Suites, Matting, etc., direct thoroughly; acclimated. Parties for price. S. T. llvniiKH: t.

m i factories. wishing to buy will rind them for sale at High Grade Anhen. sepia Oslo, Fla.Wagons Launch For Hale. Ideallaome on Indian River; about .
G. E. Coon, Jensen, Fla. places:
the 4. even acres of land; good house, painted i

Melbourne, -Sept." S. For growing fruit and vegetables: nothing / for Hale. 2. ft. long, Uft. beam, 6-horse power and In good repair; fruit trees, shade (Fi I
Wanted. !Sebastian- Gas Has good wood can- trees tropical shrubs) and (flow ere. A
9. equals our clean. Dry Ashes. Potash, iota: Engine \
Fort Pierce., 'a 0. actual, guaranteed, 5 to 7 per cent. For I now have on hand .a large stock of 3- >0'. Engine: and boat 'In good condllitlon. never failing spring of pure water. Price 3 fl
n honest, faithful man, that nnderla Jensen Palm Beach, 14.& close prices, writ to Incb the aDd:& nch the one-horse wagons ( I'rlceMVWJO: If sold before moderate, good reason for selling. For" 'y

grove and garden. Will give West 'a 17. G. II. Girri 4 Co., that can be delivered at once.R. October 1st. Address, further particular, address, ''f-I'
If work and pay $1.25 per day. Miami, Respectfully West Palm Beach, Fla ; ., E. Mix, JR.Tituavllle. Box: 11, L. W. C.,
.JOSE!>>\VILLI.uIJOf! : JACK Lrxu'Q. 2rao! Or Atlanta, Gx Fla. t.f. Fort Pierce Fla. Cr ADvocATe, Tltnsvllle\ Fla.
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i t ; magnifying 'Its rulmbern. Notice of Master's Sale. GENERAL DIRECTORY.
Ellsworth proved nil ally equal to a band. Invariably

$ battalion of soldiers. Tbe news within'II Its audacity and Its conquests. -

Morgnu's' Kentucklans have sometimes BY VIRTUE OF A FINA.I U. S. LANe OFFICE
the Federal lines that Morgan beide AND
: I 8 fAIL1N tf01\ and UNDER of foreolosnr and ...1"l wade IInd H. S. Chubb. .. .. ...... ... .. .. .. |It.. "
been recklessly unfairly
for after taking In
Glasgow Tompklosvlllo entered the Circuit Court In and for W. U. Robinson..r.| .
i PXeUIP was correct. With Ellsworth and classed with those guerrilla\ bands that Hrovard onntjr Florida, In Chancery wherein Ofllces at Gainesville,Florida. .

Nt'lLI\ fifteen troopers the raiding chief rodo wage war more In the spirit of vandals Mary and K.Sole 8. lIe Legatee rauw.under M Executrix the Will of of the Aaron Estateof A. U. 8. SENATORS.

5j1TO1'l forward and on the outskirts' of Gins than of organized: and disciplined sol ImUrauw, la complainant. and John J.P..J'l>lIl\rerro... ..... ... .... ,larks""

+ ; c=.ummer gow the operator dismounted, took diers. The command first and last em. A. Booth. I decossetl1 will, an Master fe Annie In Chancery Z. Month, during are d&ofell.lanta. 8. R. JMullory. .. .. .... .. .. J'CII', I' ].1.'!'J.

Q. ) I RohortW. nayll... .. .. .... .. .. "
l of them graduates of the i -
, his pocket luwtruinent. Seated there many OCTO11EU A. D., 1902,, ,
SIXTH B. M.: Buarbumn. .. ..... .:.. ... i I 'I':
., .- under the guard of the troopers, betook jilghest eastern colleges and others too being the first Monday of the said month of Oo FLORIDA LEGISLATUREE. '

all the to be graduated. Among the auction for canh. to the
off dispatches passing young sell at
tuber public .... .
anti best bidder therefore In front of N. IMinlck, Palm Boarh s, itt.
through. loaders were Willie Drecklnrldge Hart the highest Court house door at Tltiiaville, Brevattl K. B. Kuulernon, }'ort1'ierce.Repre. 'w" ,,,"

At first the telegraph office at Louisville Gibson of Yale at one time Morgan 1111 Poor County, Florida all tho followlnu lands tying, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

called up the oltlce at Nashville adjutant general; Colonel Origgsby> of and being in Vrevard County Hutu: of Florida,, Wm. 8. Jennings.. .. .... .. ... i;,", 1 I

and Ellsworth Intercepted word an old Virginia family and a graduate to.wlt The North: half of lot number 14 of the H. Clay:!" Crawford .... .. .. ..Secretary .,i "tHUl.M nmr\ .
every 511d WhlttlHld .. .. .. .... .
!I III I 4wvWflAA.i of. fractional SectionS, 7 8. 'rowo hl;. James B. (><>.;' ,
of the of Colonel
The tenor of the dispatches showed University Virginia; Heald/ of 37 Rant an Bli >wn by the plal Win. II Lamar.... ..... .Attorney.
1 South "ent''
i that Morgan was loose In the BluoGrans Cbeunnlt. Colonel Tucker Colonel Clc thereof, recorded In Hook "I," pare( 177. 0(the W. N. Sheats. ... ... .Bunt.' Public In-' t ,,l,'
In and for said County of Hrevard. B. IU.cL.ln... .. ..CoulniiasioilerAgri, ,' .. .
nt Deeds
region and orders between ero Coleman Governor McCreary and Roooril. The said north one-hair extending from; Alonw C. <"room..... .. . .... .. .('nllli..i i\I"ler I ?
11 bonks and commercial. houses to e..d scores > of others whose names are Is the worst kind of poverty. However Indian River to the Ilunnna River,and being J. Clifford: R. FosterAdjutant.In, ; ".".
J'i.; % In the in rich a woman may be, if her health is the chains and 10 links wide, and oonlaluliig 10.3C John Bradford. ..... .... .. ..Hllrve,,,,.. ",..", nl
west and fact alover 8
money and other valuables by railroadwere prominent "poor" she is i poor indeed. She has no acr.... R. K. Ro"e,.... .... .. .. ... ..... State o,,., )
countermanded. Louisville\ also the Union as'honornble and active appetite for food and the choicest dishes ,\tact Lot tfl, subdivision of Sections 7 and 8,. CUbes at Talluhiuisee, Florhll 10,1

1 sent Nashville the of the Citizens. and tosses Township 26 South of Range: 87 East an record SUPREME COURT JUDGES
f general news cannot tempt her. She turns In hook "I." 177, 178 reoi.rdB of
day, and thus war dispatches from The ranks of the corps at the begin. through a restless night on a couch ed Brevard County pages Florida and.n,11791 bell as follows itt. H. Msh..y........... ... ...Chief i ?,IICC,
slumber. of land extending Kane and Went 1". .Carter.M.F.Taylor.. .... .. .. ..Absocliiti'RAILROAD J ,.'. '.
t ? Washington and New York! were nlng andall through Its career werefilled which might woo an empress to : A strhi .. ..
4' ; ;;; Merritts Island. and hounded on the .. ..... .. .... "
placed In the hands of John H. Morgan \ with tbe flower of the youth She has no strength for household cares, across North by a line parallel to and 77 chains and 24

oyoooo< o around Louisville and the Blue Grass no delight in social pleasure. She sits links South of the North boundaries of Sections COMM1SS1OEfliH. .
: raider.
the Kentucky "perked in a glistering grief wear 7 and. Township 2t>, South Range 37 East'boundeci ; E. DI\Y. chairman.. ... .. ... .Gnnit, >niie]
Having drained Louisville and stolen country where'Morgan\ was known. up and on the East. by Banana River; bounded ... .. .. ... ... .I'.r'. ,
Morgan took naturally to raiding because a golden sorrow." She is a wife on the South by the South: line of said Bunion 8, .1.J.r11Irllan.. ,.!.. ......... .KliI'M, ,/,',
' 0 John the( operator's signals and signatures mother. :But she has no happiness in The said South line betnir( 4 chains and 70 links John L. Neeley, Jr., clerk.. .. .. .. \i, .tiii.(.|
Alorgan'sII Kllswortli ended for the dav by send- of his love of homes and his exporlence either relation.\ She knows her husband's South of the above described North uoundnry of Headquarters and offices at TallaliusBi. r.,

lu the Mexican war, wherebe life 'is set in tune and time to the minor this tract teingdesoribed; bounded on the West CIRCUIT COUUT.
0 the Indian River. anI.. containing Baud nine
'I had commanded a company. Ills music of her own misery. If her child by ty.two one-hu ndredths (8.02)) aore... Minor! S. Jones, Tltnsville... ..Circuit I ,"I i igo.
men bad enrly been taught horsemanship laughs or cries her nerves quiver with, Also beicinuinft( on the East bank of Indian J. J). BRf iH* Orlando......Prosecuting\ ,,!,,
River, at the meander corner to Sections' M and HprliuiTerm" -Fourth Monday in AI") i
I ) Rough Riders in fact boru lu the saddle. With pain.Ask such woman if she.would like to 17, Township" 'M, south Riuiire 37 knjtt". thence, "Rail feriu-Fourth .Monduy in N'm ,, t I", rBRKVARD ,.
or. without saddle or clrclngle it was East along the section! line eljlhteelchallis and '
be well to be her husband's comrade thence South, CO' '
; fifty links to the Banana River; CLVR'I..A.D.Penney.
o o co o o o ( : all the tin mo. her child's playmate. Could there be elcnty>: decrees West seventeen chtdtisand. twenty .. .... .., ..... ....Conn'"r' I '
It p The name of Morgan had become but ? .live links to the Indian River; thence northwesterly James U. Andrews.. .. ,rro ecotinj \ < I "s
one answer alonu the river shore three chains and A. A. Stewart..... .... ... i ,;(
: known to the Federal guards In Ken Such a woman can get well if she will. forty link to the point of hoiclnnlnfr, and con. Spring Term-Second' Monday in M.H

[Copyright, 1903.; by Q. L. Kilmer.] : tucky long before his advent In July. All her symptoms indicate a diseased taming two and, seventy-four one.h'undredtbe Bummer 'fem1-Becnnt Monday V', ,M.

raid In wartime condition of the delicate womanly or- ((2.74)) IWreM. Fall 'ferm-Secltd dRY In'ltnvruil.winter .
all a 1SG2. as' a raider. lie bad been In the Also beginning on the East bank of Indian Term-Second: Monday In Kd, i lri
the troopers! engaged a ; field a year at the bend of Kentucky ganism. Cure that condition and tin! River eleven chains and twenty-three links
RIDINO ofthe real and I IV woman will\ be lifted up to the full enjoyment southeasterly from the meander corner to Seo COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
I I romance : horsemen first leading a company,, of health.In ttons Sand 17, Townshlp'Jil South lUnfe 87 tact' R. E. ]Mlnm, Superintendent.... .lien! % ,,' ,
j of war. If the then a battalion, afterward a regiment hun- at the northwest corner of land of Hnfun It. Members : J. H. Dison. fliairnmn.TI'( I'
ride happens to be over the and now a brigade. With hero ninety-eight cases out of every Stewart i thence North n ty-nlne decrees. and live R. N.. ndrewl, Cocoa; O. P. I'lattsV. <.i n' I'", ,.
dred Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription minute East. along said l Stewart e North line
t. border Into a peiiceful territory\ of tho and there a surprise of some Isolated will cure womanly diseases will restore seventeen chains and, twenty-live .links to the COUNTY COMMIftSIOSERS] f

I enemy, as won the case when JohnMorgan's garrison a dashing skirmish or a stand the womanly health. It has cured tens Hanana River; thence North twenty four and degrees! !I J. R. Walker, chairman Tltnsville; I '" K :.

1t9 Kentucky band crowned Cumberland it to the of thousands of women of whom West along the River shore two chains fifty.and Jlnt. Indlnnolailt. A. ('onklllg. Tlllmii, I, i >',
: UI light wan easy impress many two links I thence South sixty-nine degrees eYI.T.i \Vluf'. i ;
JOlel itRettulac
\ If
I 4 river from TennesHco into Imagination anti make the raider's had been given up by physicians and five minutes West eleven chains to a palm" tree Wont are held .lel. ; .. > ,
4' their native stntu July 8, 1802.( so much name a terror. And so while Morgan friends. It is essentially a medicine for East marked and with West two.sides notches thereof;and thence an fiX South on sev the ,0

.9 jt the better for romance. And therewero struck and his scientifiC ally Ellsworth woman's ills. It dries enfeebling dral 9. enty-n Ine dngrees and thirty minutes West between BRKVARD COUNTY OFFICERS;

It heals inflammation and ulceration. It two row of orange trees, six chains and ... .
't enough Yankee swords and bayonets stole dispatches and sent out! cures female weakness! and bearing down tet'nty.flvo links to Indian River and through a ;... ..COln.i' t j,

along the route to furnish excite.nient / bogus ones the alarm spread all ov'rthp pains It tranquilizes the nerves, restores palm tree on the bank of the river marked with A. A. Stewart Tltusullle le. ... ..C""I'Ir'1 i -
two notches East anti West; thenoeMonthea.terIy F. Woolen, ... .. .,
J. Tax
Cocoa v-
for the iimidlng host anti Washington >"t- r
: country even the appetite and gives refreshing along the river shore three chains anti slxtvty E. W. hell Titusville.. .. .. .. .... .TAX ,r Mr, t .
?7 Morgan's iiic-u were Kentucklaiis: : awoke to the startling! fact that mischief sleep. .t",.o links to the point of boKtniilnir!; contain F. II. Boye, Tltusvillo... ... .. .rieaB.i, (,

who had &gone; over to the Confederacy was brewing In Kentucky. On Favorite Prescription differs from ing four and sixty-eight coo- iundre1iths. (4 d8)) R. E. Minis llonaventure . Sum 1' )', Inn'
I acreM. ,I. 0. Fries, Tl-uavllle. . Counu Si, "
; I and. their state remaining neutral the, the 13th of July t'uls characteristic dispatch almost all other medicines put up for Also the South one-half of Lot 14. sutvlivlvlim J. P. lirown 'J'iitsvilie..c, .

''q jL only way to serve the southern cause was sent from the White House woman's use' in that it contains no alcohol Sections 7 and 8, Towmdilp'hereof 2'iSonth recorded Ranges in llookI T.J. CockslinttI.aGrange..Roplntriutl.-( .. I
and is entirely free from opium, cocaine Kant: as shown by plat
I was to fight with the armies outside 7 .- :i ,,: to the headquarters of the Federal and all other narcotics. It is In ,"Brevurd on page 177, of the Said Ri-oord. South of bait Deeilslnaiu extending; 'TITUSVILLK TOWN COUJ.V11J.
of It. After the southern repulse at 'r'OI'EIlATOU army at Corinth. Miss.: the truest sense o( the term a temperance rom Indian County.River to rfanana River, and being M. Dlxon.mayof.R.; E. Mniln, jr 'nuuliai'
I Shiloh In April tlif leaders In the west Major General Ilnlleck-They are havIng medicine.A five chains i and 1 twenty-two links: wide, containIIR nnd Hranninii: < !,TM, ,nd In Please look ten and. thirty six oiio-bundreiltbs ((1U..1Uacres : ) toR.I..or; John Henry, tax nsnessnr. t"I. 1
y i. once more cast their eyes eagerly upon a stampodo lees.Also I F. A..llorllan. G. .. Duron, < \ ,
more or
Kentucky: which, had been wholly lost to It. A. LINCOLN.On Constant Sufferer. beginning on bank of Banani lanilinKham .. CarrutUem, ",
from rthc'r; :: : The council meets first Tuesday in each"n th
of Thomas and the same day a dispatch liver[ at tup I I Hectionstt am
the victories
to them by : .
WI hind been constant wiflfcrer from uterine
*1 "South of 37 En: \t, then..aHonth.
KB Range;
17 Township '
L Grant Ju January and February, 1802. Lou'ar'Ille, signed by the Federal commander dlMRHe for five yeirs"write J.A. Steortu, of Yiui-" SI) degrees West seventeen chains and TITUSVILLE BOARD OF THAD1n. -
I In Kentucky had Informed the kee Dam, Clay Co.. Went Virginia., nnd' for ttixmonthH River thence sou, ,ill. ..
Indian .
General Ilragg beaded bU battalions .wen ty-live I links to ; ]f.! ] nix n 'ticnurer -
; ; previou to taking your medicine I was th' river. shore four chains and J. nnusOuy
of tho : ; easterly along eai< i <
war department at Washington
Could Jlat. I
I toward the Kentucky border. Ills starting not out of my room. not walk or (stand twenty-one links! to the HUM this day made lie night each month at their rooni-
terms 08 there was such pain and drawing in left side
raid in the following : paid Mathlson. and Itooth thence
: on the tween the ;
point was Chattanooga, and down in of
gr bearing weight region uteruS, and minutes FREE ]MASONS
L southern border of Tennessee. About The Confederates undoubtedly have con. accompanied with florenens. I nuflered/ contantly Nnrth. "seventy nine degrees riverbank ANDCCEPrED <
stamllntr the
1 trol of telegraph> all around us. ThereIs with headache pain in back shoulder., East, through a palm tree on Runt, and Indian River Lodge, No. DO, hnliln Its mem ifii
'j t the center of east Tennessee the Confederates great danger In Kentucky. arms. and chest: had palpitation, nervou.proHlrlltlo" and marked chains with tWO and, notches twenty-live links the sorond and. fourth Friday evening 1\<
West and six
!, under General Kirby Smith, 'J. |T. DOYLE Brigadier GeneraL conntipnuoil.\ uzxinetM" ringing in earn; ictween, two on' rows of orange trees to a palm true month, at tbel..lodge room near cotif, I] .*t.atTao .
could not sleep and breathing was so difficult at ( o'clock p. J. R. Walker V
'. held Knoxville, und Morgan rode out At that time Morgan was on the times could not lie down. Words fail-to describe narked with two notches and a "X" on the.Fast F. A. Morgan, Seo'y.ORDER .I. \
of Smith's to test ELLSWOTiTIt STeALING FEDERAL my 'suffering t when I wrote to you for anti West sides thereof; thence north sixty nine
the advance gunrd Louisville and road threatening ,
t as WAH M1'ATCHES. Lexington advice. In a short time I received a kind letterfrom degrees and flf tv-o e minutes Kant,eleven chains OF EASTERN STAR
Ifl iP the temper of the Kentucky people.and both cities and riding farther you telling me 1 would be. greatly bene.Sted to, the Hanana River; thence northwenti-rly along. .
Ing bogus dispatch dictated byMorgan. .- if not entirely cured by the use of Dr. he river shore two chains and eight links to the Friendship Chapter, No. t: holds If .n. ""
the mettle of the boys in blue who and farther toward the Interior. in the Masouio '
Tltusvillo I
iMt Pierce'Favorite Prescription. When I had taken lolnt of beginning( co-.talnintr: : nix and thirty- Lodge : 'a. ;"g.8
U, were guarding the strategic points beyond It purported to come. from Nashville GEORGE L. KILMEIt.;: one bottle of the 'Pretcriptlon.I togetherwith r>r. eight ono-hiindreilths'" I4 Ohio. and "stated' that Forrest's Tennes Pierce' Fleimnnt I Pellets and the local treatment. hn riparian rights belonging!; to all of the said and the third Tuesday in each month > :)
Il! r ; the anils. o'clock p. m. The following are the 'fit' er
advised I could walk with the
whichyoi (
,Wlth 1)00 troopers :Morgan forded the see cavalry had attacked :Murfrecsboro YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING ofacane. ), the drawing and pain insIde support nnd F. J. WEH. the lodge; !rs. G. M.Robbins, worth ]mntw

11 Cumberland the afternoon of July 8. A Tenn., routed the federals and was When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill bearing down weight were not so bad, nud when ]Master in Chancery, Dr. B. R. "..' 1."n. worthy piitrou .Mri1
.. .
4 Nashville. Tonic because the formula plainly I had taken three bottle of the medicine. tar D. I.. OAlTI.m!KV. Wilson, matron ; Mr. F. A. Miritantreaiurer
n ; band of Fedurnl, soldiers had watched moving on Morgan was periods were rexulnted I wax not BO nervous, Solicitor for Ooni.lulnant.|. ; Mrs R. C. HorliiiKimnr aecntar)
of the Invaders but kept saId to be In Tennessee ,co-ol'rnting >rlnted on every bottle showing that It Is could sleep well and the pain in side and bearing Miss Kate Stewart condnctiess; Sirs "' 0
;1 the approach [ Hughes associate (' \\ ftMif .-
ilmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless down had vanished I have taken nix bottles "on.l"otre..lJrK
.j out of Bight, and Morgan rushed forward with Forrest. This dispatch was signed fo.-rn. No cure Ho' hOots of Favorite Prescription,' two of Golden Notice of Application to Sell Adah ; Mrs.. J. > SIr.I!' .1
pay. Morgan, Esther; Mrs. J. I. Carrutlierf M.irtlu,
of the with the name of the Federal pro'ostmlll'IIblll Medical Discovery: and four vinls of Pellets, ;
i to the first post enemy Matthews and my health in this time than. it knibeen LiquorsViiies. HIII! Iteer. Mrs. T. T.Veta ore, Marshal ; Mm- AmlwStewart ..

which lay in his pathway. This wan at Nashville. Stanley ,Ol>*,....[ Order. in five years EI..ot.TITUSVILLE'S.
and at a glance seemed more "With grateful thank for your kind advice
t the village of Tompklnsvllle, garri.soneel "What the of that awful "
was cause and with best wialies.
credible than those curlier dispatches UMLIO yrrrtcv.
by about 200( men of tbe Ninth racket and disturbance in your 'office Dr. Pierce's Pleasinostel'fectlvelaxa. P A LIIHLICV, h... Itle.l. wllh tie, lloiird of TRAINS.The .
which located In : -
under T. Morgan Kentucky CuiunilSHlonoM, of Itrovanl,' ,
Pennsylvania cavalry Major before ?" asked of Conntv County,.
3 lust you CIIIIIO one ant Pellets! are a
The Federals In Kentucky of course In the .state of Khtrlitn, Ills ni>|>llctitinn li-ra
J. Jordan. md knowledge of Drngg'a Intended the: tenants on the third floor. permit to fell. liquors, wines and her, III Election: following are the times nl? nrnval
4 It was Jordan's band that Morgan no / "You know that cowboy that tive i for women Li )mulct No. :3 of said 1 uimnty and Ht.ite; that .
young and ami
invasion of the state, and It was rathercomtOl.tlnM' ,null ui".t>llo itt''n will lie a-teil on, by iho saliiioanl departure of passenger trains to (
j heard of, but didn't see at the ford. than otherwise to think that came yesterday to begin the study of They cure biliousness \oe .. or (Innnty oniinlHHlaners. .. at tllPlr ext from Titusville:

''I Jordan had news of Morgan's coming law with me?" said the other. and sick head ,,. regular ineetlnir, which will beheld ou the first SOUTHBOUND.
\klorgun\ was not over the border on an ache. fiirsilny III i'leltem\J..r.| A. 1> HM2 at three
the river to meet him. It "
and went to
"Yes. a'nlnfk in the, aftornbnn of said day, and the Leaves Titusville for Miami and i(f ,11, .m
l 'was all a gumo ef hide and seek for extensive foray. "Well. I thought be might as well be- aid hoard. hereby culls nnnn any citizen of sneliCleotitin intermediate points at I '
\Morgan\ ; rode into Glasgow&; at mId- lstrict who nmv desire to do no, tohow NORTH BOCND.Leave .
I Jordan marched buck Tompklnsvllle, gin nt the bottom: and I told him that : .
7 I night the day of Ellsworth's telegraphIc cRuise If any thi-ro he, at th. .HII, next Jacksonville
I seeing nothing pf the enemy. when he came down this morning tile eKiilur "ineHtlnie: ot suld Hoard, why such iiormit Tltu..le .. at I I I 1'1 M.
and the town 200 points
exploit captured hull not be KrantKil to the a'IlIcKnt. -
I Early on the morning of July U the first thing for him Lode would be to } "
TltnsvlllB for Sanford
IHos. which were needed to supply the lly order, or tha Hoard 1 of County ('olluin 155 iou-. 01.1
I I ; Pennsylvania troopers were aroused to uloun out the ollloo. He found half a ers of Hrevard County Pltuldu, tills.. tlie fifthday Arrives Titusville from Sanford I '!|)"
unarmed men who bad followed him of A. J). mi") .
: August
prepare for action. While they were dozen fellows there waiting for tne, .
over the border. The whole of southern .i. .(mix R ,
J feeding and cleaning their mounts the but be did It. all right.; "-Chicago Trib- ; of Board uf County Com-
Kentucky;: was alert and every dls- [(1.5.1] uilssioners Hrevard County Fla.
I camp was alarmed by picket firing une. WASHINGTON D. C.
patch which passed between the comniaiul -
: $ out on the river road. Before tbe horses ,
The Heat Proscription. for Malarli*
L could be saddled Jordan's pickets reported Application lor Tux Deed.NO'rICF.lllIfFl1J1'I' .
4p : a heavy attack and Morgan's; tlnnur tho rnllrnndx mentioned Morgan'sIT Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove'sr.lMfttlAHH ONLY $16.05.From .

Chill.. Tnnin... It. la nlmnlv Iron
line could already bo seen deploying Jacksonville, corresponding!
and quinine;; I In a tasteless; -f imN IN>' ? HIVEVTHAT flEOIWiB
; around the camp. In an hour the place MUST COME. purchaser" T.ixCertn- rates from other points. Firm
Cure No Cure. Trice fiOcts.
was surrounded and !Morgan's horse cates ;No.: P.'nJ and 857. tlaled. the 3rd day of class round-trip tickets on salt1
Jn Inevitable as the changing seasons of
IlIly. A l>. I8UU.\\ has riled. mini certificates my
Oct. 3 4 5 and 6 limit oxtenslon.
battery began. to toss shells Into Tompklnsvllle. the year the' change And !!just; which as one comes antici-to A Clear Cut Wnrnlnir. A Cheap Indian Itiver Home. fncv issue,In and accordance. him "moile with anplleatlon law. Said for tax certificates flee'is to CUo, additional, to Nov. Ird.Account ).

every "Young Indies" said uu ubaentmlnded mbraoe the following described! property, sltua- G.A.R. No extra charge:
While tbe guns were playing on the pat.ea the changes of other seasons it Iawuie .
ted III Brevsrd" Ooun y, Klorlda to-wlr : y\V'/i
L In VIegil. for' fast the luxurious
teacher of Latin to his class This consists or
astounded Federals the Kentucky to anticipate place 13'a acres i of SEiSW ot aEi and NE'4 of 8\VK. 8eo. tme
t this change of season "I understand that you count upon( mile north of Fort fierce. Four} acres i), Tp,M Soutn R.ince 3D\ East. The Bald lanit service of"THE
troopers formed for a charge and being assessed at the date of the Issuance of suchertlrloites ,
order olet.rl"II\I\(1( fvnct-l and there
In are
and for my calling on you alphabetical are NEW INITIAL
dashed, In. Major Jordan saw that he prepare In the names. of J. A. Hendry nnd A.
it. In this way the and prepare your lessons accordingly.I :23,000) ) bearing pineapple plants on the lendry. Unless, snlil rertilloates shall Iw reileem LINK AT
was outnumbered and gave the order discomforts and am surprised nnd disappointed at I laotv There are 2i; acres ready to set e.1 accoriling to law. tax ileud will ladle thereon .
r to retreat. Morgan had sent the Texas disasters'suffered i r.I. orange trees and pineapples. The Ml the IKIril: day ot nepteinher. A. !>., I'liia.' JACKSONVILLE.The .
J such| conduct. Hereafter I warn you I Witness UIT othclal signature and seal this. tIle
4 t rangers around to the rear-of Jordan'sline c by many women at shall begin at tile other end of tbe alphabet remaining nintf\'rl'sis good pineapple 21st day of August. A. D., 10,1! )',1.f .
j but IVunsylvanluns charged: the period of and and portion of it good for trees. (!Seal] A. \, STEWART. Southern

gallantly through. The rangers rallied change can be _ _ _ ''It t-n, a frontage Indian River Thetest Clerk Circuit Court of By Hrevnrd O. A. {Stewart'''lI1ty.,Fla.U. C. Raiway.

? and pursued the retreating Federals, voided or over uttildipg site is on a high eleva-
come. Devoured by Worms. lon overlooking the river, the town, MOST

a L and In n rear guard light Jordan was Dr. Pierre's Favorite Children often not from pain but and the Indian River inlet. There is Application tor Tax Deed. TRAINSIN
: captured and Lieutenant Sullivan commanding -
I Preacription- from fed no house on tile premises. WORLD.
hunger although abundantly.The
t the 1l1'11lline/ was killed. I A medicine I for Inanition Fort Pierce Is division point on the TIE
entire trouble arises from
Within a few hours after Morgan's Si every season of Florida Eat! Const Hallway arid a placeof N'OTICE IS HEREBY OWEN: TEAT B. F. Every morning at 0:00: ) o'clo-k
their food Is not .assimilated, but devour purchaser" of Tax (Certificate. 2iV,
blow at Tompklnsvlllc! the telegraph woman's life, will ed bv worms. A few doses of White's some importance( with good pros. dated the 2nd day of July AI. I9UO has. Every evening at 7j: o'clo'K.

I wires were hot with dispatches telling \ entirely meet the I, Cream Vermifuge will cause them to pects for future development. Thereare \ led said, 1 (certificate inyorni-e, and bus nm.le from Jacksonville; less titan '
aPPlication for tax deed to Issue In accordance
4 the army posts in the interior of Kentucky : \ needs of women at cease crying and begin to thrive at once tor,8oC all klllll"ll"l"ralrhurl.'lll'sl with law. Snld cel.tllil/at. etnbraovs th. followng hours to Washington via Sou"

bow the "Confederates. 2,000 this period of very much to the surprise and joy of the school, postotUce telegraph oftlce, etc. described" property situated. Hrevard, oouny .- ern Hallway.
Tills will make" tine Florida, to wit: South; change. It cures place a home and \ City Ticket Office 108 West tin'
mother. : Wilson & HOD'S.
2Scts II U.
I strong bad down Jor. at .
swooped upon IoU to H. R Wilson a"dln, West i>f Puldlo Road.
the of
ills made
physical capable being quite a plan ta- Fla.
dan's and after it In !Sout, hwest K of Southeast In Stjotlon 'M)>, ,
camp destroying
and relieves the tIon. Five hundred orange and grape Township 21.!!.>IIth Range3.1 East Thasaid. land Full information. be obtainei''
were. inarching on Glasgow.!; Th mental anxiety and CLYDE-STEAMSHIP LINE. ruit trees.anU H ,OOO pineapple plants wing oskeased at the "...e of tbelMuanceofstirb,
scared coloneln who sent out the dispatches certificate the nanle of F. A. Chappell heirs. from
depression usually can be plcecioit it. Fine fish .ng, hunt- I
I predicted dire things If tbe associated! with this critical period. It The Clyde ships sailing from Jackson. lug and opterln.In!\ the Immediate vi- Tnloss law said, tax certificate deed will snail Issue be, redeemed thereon, accrti.ingto on tile- I J H. F. (ART, D. P. A. Jacksonville. FH

I'. raiders were not checked. They said tranquilizes the nerves encourages the Ille still continue to go north full of (' Fort Pierce is headquarters loth) ray of Septnnlier A. I). 1'JOM. .

appetite and induces refreshing sleep. lassengers. Ic Is evident that this popunr for hunting fishing and Witness my official limature .n') seal this the I.
S that the whole state would rise In generallly. 29tli lUy of August .0\. L>. 1011>1.
arms to Join tile ; and when It J. a. Carlisle Kau.of Munchenter. CoT( .. Ccx, line Is great favorite with the travelIng Price, U,: OO,which is very cheap. [IKP-AI.] A. A. STE!:WAnT.
enemy Tenn., writes : "I haw. txcn UKin your ntctlt- public for our home people have been For full information address Clerk Circuit Court of Hrevard Co., Fil>.
wan discovered that tbe Kentucblun : i cines for the last sixteen eighteen in KIDNEY DISEASES
Morgan/ or year* yearly patronizing the Clyde Line and O. T. McCUury, By O.A. Stewart iteputy Clerk.
my Poor- a.ouI am' upriiutrndent of the
was at the head of the raiders Coffee County Pnor-houae and,Auylum cumhlnecl.Your' seem thoroughly satisfied with the ships, Ankona, Brevard County, Fla, -

It was clear that be could rally every Favorite. .Prescriptiun, 'OoMeu MedicalIMscovcrv ..enlce.8tnteroom accommodations etc. Application for Tax Deed.

ltJi ablebodied southern\ sympathizer in uetcanes for and the Plritsnut disvAses rellen for lira the brut 'be Clydea are progressive people andre ire the most fatal of all d

,iiq the state to hU tHinner. Morgan 'wasafter recommended. that I ever d.hIT"t.hel.i. :: : constantly studying the convenience Two Fine Lots For Sale.
,' my wife life at the time of .change of life.1. I and comfort of their patrons Ik Is certainly :1\.1'01't"'F.. M HEREBY GIVEN THAT I. eases.FOLEY'SSK. .
t recruits but he was likewise a have been recomracndlni your medicine to J." WI STKR, purchaser of TAX Certificate Xo'II
jolly sabreur. so that tile fun of a raid many artlicteil women anti hive alflOltUAr.nt1tbat a pleasure to sail from Jackson- 1302, dated the tail day of Jnlv" A. I). Hue,
fine lots
Two l acre lying Indian .
if it did not euro I would pay back the Ilia on one of their grand steamers and las filed said certificate in my otnca, and has
tI.. and a scare and the pandemonium bf money spent for it. I have told our dnifririHt our home people in selecting! their route liver, :3 mIles south of Fort Pierce, on a lade application fur tax deed to Issue In so.curtlsnre .. I F J Jo
hat If the cam hack and Mh loctorPierce's shell road. Each lot baa with law Said certificate embraces
could stir In tile Hues people good ;IOO feet
Wilt travelIn
), up enemy's medicine diU nut giif satisfaction, to for annual trips north could not the following described property situated In
: more tempting to him than battles. tJkftH 4u.A; Msfr ....."y and charge ti I.. "s,. greater comfort than by the Clyde river frontage. IlUh blntTcovered with retard County, Florida wwits Part loOt 10,
f'w. been cnlled. ..,"'n.L >alms and hardwood timber. Good for 5'I. 8 1 by Brlct.and N. bv Ae'al1Rec. IS. Township
If When "" not once upon to I Line. The rates considering; refunded.
setting out uu his raiding trip are always, 17 fl. The \ money Cet
i*...never ,loiind snythiatctoeininl the. Pavonte ranges, grapefruit, tangerines and pine. Range 4O E. Mid land being ass-
.: to the old Kentucky: home of htniHeK prescription" for dlseunes uf wtinteu.** the fact that they Include meals and better location used at date of the Issuance of such cert I fl- remedies recognized by
I apples. No on the river cafe in the J :
than name of Wm. Gore. Unless said
stateroom berths, much cheaper by cerncata -
,\\1' and bU troopers Morgan called toWs. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical at 1000.00 for each lot. shall be redeemed. beSt
all. A letter addressed to F. :Al.: Iron any prle, according to law, tax: physicians as the
p 'de' an expert telegraph operator. wbo, Adviser is sent /Hv on receipt of C. T. MoCAKTT deed will isen. thereon on the 28tl day of Sep-! net
monger; Jr.,Ass',Gen'l Passenger timber A. H. I'tfrtl.'
"like of mailing only. Send Agentl j Bladder
and troble
his lender and pay expense Ankona
f 4 ai wan a Joker a one-cent for the covered acksonvlllo, Fla., will bring Fla. WItness my ornclal sIgnature( and seal this the Key
tw daredevil\ the name time George A. 21 stamps paper particulars. Chas n. Walton Is the 71usville 29th day of August, A.D. 1002. PRICE 50c. auvi J1XO.
book or stamps for the cloth boned T 900&A
I,. Ellsworth. Familiar by long service Address Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. agent. ,.. The ADVOCATE does job printing. Clerk Circuit Court Brevard County,Florid, B. u. WILSON .&BOS.

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M. ROBBIES, The sun's flumes spring o at times to a Nature A h.vv \1rA
GEO distance of 3.10.000 miles front Its IUJ'ofoce. l're.erve. mi KtinlllUrliniK.Onro .'"II b I......... urn.n.". ... .t'IJj

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR a year the m-hool.1' und colleges "A person 1III".IItpl without sleep ,,, Ru"k, It .. \
AT-LAW.. In dry air sound travels 1.4-12 feet of the country harvest u crop of !urnduatiH. for nine days will die." uys 11 wrltt' nehY 110. I

per second In water 4.1HX feet and In and once u year tliu wise men Alimltv'H.. "SunVrern from liiHoiiiulaBometltiK'H '. .r.ft.n.I, .,.mPII ', {! :
I Will practice In State and United States Iron 11.:>00 feet. of the land write essay's for publication iimlntnlii hut they have now. t' 'L.J
Al ,
Court. on the 8urpliia of men who tire donu not \: j;, \
/ fur weeks. without sleeping, but It .
The amplitude of vibration of the gone No ...uuh.u \ r'\
Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. diaphragm of the telephone receiver In enti-riiig the 11111I1..1trlne and other ban been proved Unit they do sleep rAU to chafenttcuc \ .() 1..1
callliiKM that are open to the nevc-om-, without being \vai-e of It. At a coital 1 heh.rna. '
Is about the
reproducing speech oue- .. '
not \11.
.v. ers If I tho wise men are to ln be bleep U Inevitable, no mutter kerwMifcmfflik \ \ \ t
L. GAULDEN, tweiity-Qilllloiitb of an Inch- n point only : 1 \
D. lieved. It would! seem Unit all the occupations what the bodily condition, the altentative .
/ Fresh air contains about three partaot new, but \
\ were tilled and Unit the death. lrmmers! have
being twice
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW carbonic acid In 10,000 respired airabout '
t ;young man had arrived. too late. slept on the rack of the liuiulMltlon. ft* lontf, by tbii 'I
441 and about live parts .ol Kurrka
Will practice In all the Courts of the State 1 parts I-'ortuuately for the tenderfoot the And the ChlneHu found that only the Harn..UtL e'- \ I
will the air of to become
cause a room
ot Florida and the United
States Courts. "close." wise men have always been wrong. greatest Ingenuity mill vigilance" could / \

r. U Box: ,23B. TITUSVILLE, FLA. No philosopher has ever presented n carry out Ht-nteiiee<'t\ of death by sleepleNMticHM
Holophane glass Is a pressed gloss that did. not leave tirguuient/ This mode of vnpltnl punish Sold
La j. WEBB; resembling cut glass having vertical .omt'l hlull to be tiald on tho other nlde.Everj meat was long lit favor In'Chlnu and lxtmld ...eriInc. ,..10... \ '

Mrs. Laura. S. Webb. prisms on the Inside for diffusing the year since the world dot nl'i for to bo NO today, while as u form of all'>n.M..U .
light and horizontal prisms on the out-
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW *.lr..-lr.>Mlcl.>nt M'oini>..'. lM>morrall business a new crop of young men hex torture deprivation t of sleep lit cunsiu. byStandard 1
.><4'lul< .....l>orlt frn<,lilo. side for directing the light nri1" cd. and that new crop/ has eventuuii. eyed one of the most etllcaeloun woup 011Company 1

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th "I dreaded the change of life which The following are found to be .the .\' become the stay! of the men.What oils In the Chlnose Judicial nrseualIn .
HCircuit. Taxes paid for non-resident fast I noticed Win densities of the planets, water being 1:
was approaching. has been going on eternally: will
Hand rents and accounts collected. some smell cases the prisoner Is .... .. .
of Cardul. and decided to hot.tie. 3 Venus 5.14 earth 5.50 -
try a Mercury, ; ; ; continue. The young chaps will locate kept In a cage too small to stnnd up or
rrrtrsviLLK:, FLORIDA. I experienced lome relief the moon3.34; Mars 4; Jupiter 1.K3; Sa- themselves. It la no argument, that" and prodded:
lie down In constantly (
first month 10 I kept on taking! for turn. O.GS; Urauu& 1.00: Neptune 2.20.::: lawyers have their signs Hturlng; at !
three months and now I menstruate with u .sharp roil Death by starvation
A D. PENNEY, h with no pain and I shall take It off and The star Arduous, the hottest of celestial you from. every hallway on half the also a Chinese punitive method is n IN80MNIA
bodies, gives:' us as much beat I triH-ts within several blocks of
ion now until I have passed the climax. every slower process and therefore, one
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: Female wpaknesn, disordered as a standard candle six miles away. courthouse In tho country. The harvest would think, more calculated to appealto

menses, falling of. the womb and This fact was ascertained by the radiometer that Includes a new lot of lawyers tho oriental mind It It were not "Ihave been ualuaLtS.tIIETRfor

riTUSVILLK, FLOHIDA. ovarian troubles do not wear off. an Instrument which will also raises a lot of new litigants. that death by sleeplessness is thought IIl..mnla, with which I have been u til to tod for
follow to thechango- show the amount of bent given off Nature takes to unequilibrium. over twoiiiy yearn,aiul I run say that
They woman care preserve In the latter have .
|Will practice In all the courts of the 7th so much more painful. given mo more relief then any nthcr remedy
of life. n,) not wait buttuke Wineof from a mun'a face at :::!,(100) feet dls-. If the hedgehogs of the the 1 brain Is the first affected I have ever trloil. shall certainty recommend *
Judicial Circuit. Caned; now and avoid the trou- tance. case thorn to iny friends BH being All they lire
ble. Wine of Cardiii; never fails inedli-ul tichools do not IInd bones to of nil the organs of the \body whileIn 1-oprenoaied." Taos' UILLAMU 11:11(111:) lit
aw., "Home of them turn to sawingwonil. 1
of starvation tho brain longest
benefit of
|-pltEDERICK: A. MORGAN: to any age.Vine suffering of Cardut woman relieved lie Wn". "1.. the Soap." The boy who has gone through retain.- its normal weight/ and character CAC ANOYTHARTIC
"Mon ami, mild' the Marquis de
college with the Intention of becoming
Mrs. Webb wh.n she was in danger .
REAL ESTATE AND: INSURANCE When you conic to the change Crolslc the other day "the hotel keep- president! of the United States llnil n "A corresponding mode of taming

Loans of life Mrs. Webb's letter will er's life Is an unhappy one. If ho does sit tlsl'nr'tory Job as muter of cei-emo- wild elephants Is mild' to bo' deprivingthe

Notary Public. mean more to you than it does not look to the least little detail the tiles In a eoalym-d. A few Jostles cud unlninU of sleep when Ilrllt caught t

'Collections, Typewriting Stenography. now. lint you may now avoid the whole thing goes-what do you call ItT. the new 'nuuI iidjlists himself to rlr- In a few days they become comparatively r.ADI tissue easreraa.e

TrnrsviLLK, FLA. suffering she pndnrcd. Druggists Ah yes on the blink. cuniHtiinees, nnd then be hoe become I apart spiritless nod harmless The
sell $1 bottles of Wine of Cardui. I
"Here Is example of what I say.
of the machine which runs on as brain of the elephant Is held to bo
When I had the Logerot there was I

WADE II. JONES: 3 Vi NEOF'CARDU I once a dinner there at which Chauncey It: ,m inineVeNxnry to become ii lii toted any more other highly wild developed niilnml. but than of that courseas of. GOUII Plea.ant, NoTurHh'ktui.. PKlnt' ..,bli Wwnkun.or*, Potent (Jrlpn Taste, Kkt Goorl.a.o.600(10).

Depew was guest.. I told tile chef to about l the surplus' iniiii. If Ii,' In in law. human brain ... CURE CONSTIPATION. .
with can
compared a .....,.. ... ......., .... %
REAL ESTATE ANI INSURANCE: put In the menu ,some dish lii honor of niedli-lne. theolouy.) !horse trading. |UMillliiK |- bo easily fatigued! I by new Impressions. II. I'h"_ v. ale
n him. and I forgot to look at the menu milk or anything else lie Iliuls 10.TO."C iidanA, 1I'1..nt..rt", alldrne.;
Loans and Collections. and so made very dependent on lot'p.'J.'be .taw to C\JKK TOH.OOO IJabl"t
ROAD GRADING. before It went to the printer. It ont and be iirriinges the mutter In wild elephiint In his native jungle,
TITU8VILLF -. ""'hnt do you think Unit Imbecile of some way without uny nphuaviil In so- .
FLO urn A. however. Is said ti> sleep very little--n
How Field Stone CUB Bo ..... tf a chef had done? There"' clot ., The Is surplus
) surplus hut II further point for the theory of the universal DO YOU GET UP
A. WOKLET Good A.h' ntt are. And the marquis produced an old only until he- gets his ,Just Job. After ratio of sleep l to Intelligence.

i .GEO. The only tray; to use rough; materialas menu curd on which among' the"aoupes" that lie IM one of tin t'lItlllJlhillIU11'1\t.- A man taken out of his habitat nndplaced WITH A LAME BACK ?
large Held stone In Foal grading 1i
nppenred the following: Plttnlun-g TlnicH. In conditions which ho never
to woke long continuous causeways la V
'I'uree de mnrrous la Depew.'
oGeneral practice In State and Federal the bottom of a grade, bringing or filling This could have lmiiKln,,%iI-If transportedto Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
How's ?
Courts. All :Marx, -would doubtless I1tJI'lll\n
business entrusted will the stone foundation up to a uniform say ---
receive prompt attention. the large Gently I'nr"R.lo.Tbl' We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward extraordinary mount of sleep' at nrst. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers
level by placing
on top :
{'General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate following chinch notice was recently :for shy case( Catarrh that cannot be There Is the almost parallel case of n Is sure to know of thIS wonderful
Miami. etono on tile outside In 11 straight line exhibited: "Tlu service! on Sunday ::! cured by Hair Catarrh Cure; German boy Camper I In user, who up 'I cure. made by Dr.

MIAMI, FLORIP.V. fur protection to hold the steno grade, morning U at 11 1\. m. The supposition F. .T.CIIRKNKY: A; Co., 1'rops.) Toledo, O. to the ago of eighteen was kept in one Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
then tbo"m'st size! In the bottom ol that It Is ten minutes later I I.. n the great kidney liver
+ We the undersigned, have known F'. J. room where he had no Intercourse with
; TAMES ANDREWS, holes and low places, using nil of the W stake. Young men are not excluded. Cheunoy for the last IS: years, and believe! hum n u beings or sight of any naturalobject and bladder remedy.

small bass on tOl1.len'lIng> to an from the week night service. The Meats him perfectly honorable In all business. not even the sky. At eighteen l' It la the great medical -

I ATTORNEY: -AT-LAW. average depth of about, one foot thick In the front portion of the church have transactions and financially able to carryout he \brought to Nuremberg and Nh triumph of the nil'll-
mid ten feet wide writes A. J. Sager In been carefully examined. They-are nnv obligations made by their firm. wits 1 toenlh century; discovered
brain office and abandoned In the street For tho tint 0 after
pontofHco address, TiTt'8VILLK. WEST & 'fIlU Wholesale yean of
the Climax (Mich.) Cereal. The objectIn A x, DrugglHU,
A sound and be trusted not to 1 -
quite may of bin life men he Ij J tclentlflo
Branch office at FORT I'IEIICIC. assorting and placing the stone with Toledo 0. ; WAM>INO, KINNAN & MAIV-' few months among ruearcl1y
ilProsooutlnff give way. It U (quite 1 legitimate' to vex, Wholesale Druggists Toledo's slept almost constantly and so soundly II [ Pr. Khmer the mf. t'1
/ Attorney for Brevard Co. small Is to give the
the ones on top
join In the alngliig. The object of the '' pent kidney aDd blad-
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, that It wus very hard to wako him"Ills :
Notary Public State at Large. grnde a uniform even surface to drive choir Is to encourage, not discourage, acting directly upon the blood and mucous --- der specialist, and I Is '

over with atone and dirt while build the mgrt'gatlon.-Lontlon: Answers. surfaces of the system Price75ots wonderfully successful In promptly curing'
IDJ:. Life Mated by ClianihorlaliiVColic lame back kidney bladder urlo acid trou ii
E. FOSTER.ATTORNEYAT. --- par bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials
STEPHEN When the grade is new the earth Civ I nit Her Light Io Die. free. Cholera anti DlnrrliocitJteniody. bles and Bright' Disease,which Is the wont

LAW rover will cut through to the small Hall's Family Pills are the best form of kidney trouble. __' _
A Binnll' farmer\ In Abcrdcenshlre
Kilmer not
Dr. Swamp-Root
I ts
uniform recommended
stone causing n en'nl'ut
on top
Sims Building, to bo formed carrying tho load until having ii wife that had been long ailIng "B. T.. n.,,,.', n well known cooper of (everything but If you have kid-
and routined to bed was of HO niggardly The ionn ;of; .. ....lInlf.SOllln thin town hn believes C'lnimhoiliiln'ii nay, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
JACKSONVILLE J'LA.! repairs lire made the next year u disposition" that lie grudgedthe of our most Important organ*- (:'olio, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Just the remedy you need. It has bean tested

whewis If the stone In dumped Into poor| woman HO much UK n light. for limtniice, the heart the brain and saved his life last summer He had been In so many ways, In hospital work, In private

,GEORGE W. ALLEN: the bottom and top of the grade haphazard She In a' pet one' night exclnlined, "Oh. the luiitfH-are. strange to say quite sick for a month with what the doctors practice, among the helpless too poor to pur-

the surface will be uneven the lean this an unco' thing that a pulr InseiiHible to touch thus showing thatnot / call billons dysentery and could !get chase relief and! has proved *o succeaaful In

ATTORNEV-AT-LAW: sides. irregular] and the road Impassable body 'II line /get light/ to see to dee." only era nerves necessary' for the nothing to do him any good iinlll he every case that a special arrangement has

| KEY WEST: FLOKIDA. while \\f\r\ for heavy loads! during the The huBbuiiil rises up and IIgh tIt n rau- KtMiHiitlcin but also the special' end or- tiled this remedy. It gave him Immediate been made by which all readers of this paper
wet xennona." Again, It the small stones:' relief," says II. T. Little, merchant who have not already tried It, may have a
die nod It nt bed noticed
Will placing the Jell 1114 The curious fact was
practice In the United Statesiand sample bottle sent free by mall also book
Hancock! !Mil. For sale all
of the stone lrlldl"tlll'Y by druggist
| State Courts.. Ojun95N. are placrd on top /from to his wife "There, dee hoot"Scottish with the greatest aHtonlHhment hyItarvey. and medicine dealer. tailing more about Swamp-Root and how to
will keep the earth/ cover Auierlcnn. [ who. while treating a patient' find out If you have kidney or blsddar trouble

settling into the voids' between the tor mi nliHceMS. that caused n Im'gpCl1vlt.v When writing mention reading this generous
8. BURNIIAM, M. D. largo stones In 'the bottom thus forming 5.ltllow .11. "'J.It." 1I..Ic'n. .....
In his side found that when he offer In this paper and -
Mr. D. P. well known I
Daiigherty The '"upward; |
drainage for
a good practical:
could send address to
hi* lingers Into the cavity he your
throughout Mercer and bumnor: counties put '
solved New l-'nglnndcr: from '
by big
SURGEON: cover before any ditches are u Dr. Kllmerdt Co.,BlnC' 11H
SPECIALIST W. Va., most likely ower his life to the actually take hold of the heart without : .
the stiite of Maine who was dining In
Nose and Throat. made: for the new road grade. kindness of a neighbor. lIe was almost the putlent. being In the least aware of + hamton, N. Y. The
Earl u London rcMtuurnnt the other evening. regular fifty cent and mmwnf 1... ,
The earth cover for the atone' grade hopelessly aIlllcted with diarrhoea; was What he was doing. This .<> interested -1C oe
I' Having |Imlll WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. should be hauled from the bunks of attended by two physicians who gave Harvey that ho brought King Cliurles

high land using gravel mIxed with a I him little If any relief, when a neighbor I, to the nun n's bednldn that "he might the waiter that what ho" had paid' .
learning of!his Serious condition broughthim did "not Include. the waiter.
bnrdpun, not using
HOUGHTOVSFLOATING littlo clay or clay 1 himself behold and touch so extraordinary
DR. the black I on in. Bods or other rough a bottle of Chiunberluin's Colic n thing" "'\11111,'' said the Htrunger, "I ate no a
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which
waiter did I 17"AlIll
surface material at hand because It In certain operations n piece of akin
cured! him In less than twenty-fours hOI1l'I.For .
[ DENTAL: APARTMENTSon : a* he looked quite ready to doe
is more convenient. The same care isle by all. druggists and medicine Is removed from I the forehead to the ".. ...... ....MoI..w ...... ......mho th _nl
so vii i in in. 'i WTW* u nt.t*
the material uitj |
the "Dontos," should be used In selecting: dealers. nose and it Is stated that the putJ..ut.oddly Cbrunlclu.
jest was lroPIJ..I.-I.ondon
to cover the center of a permanentstone enough, feels as If the now

Now AT PALM BEACH. causeway, as In permanent earth In the Sam Situation. nasal part were still In his forehead and solvn
road construction. A funny story la told about a physi and may have a headache In his nose. The loi TtuM Sing. and III. Masts.
clan 'at Monroe City. A resident:' of Chambers' Journal. "IllllluKsUty lice taught his dog to Jvhereber good crops

Foley's Kidney Cure CROUP the town Bet out shade trees for the sing." are grotott.

makes doctor. A short time later the physician Envl.db.. Other 110Ft "Does he sing well"
kidneys and bladder
right.VirgilliaHomes. Usually! begins with the symptoms: eta was called to attend the mother- Johnny 1 wish I was Tommy Jones. "He sing as well as Illlllngsley Sold.r.rywher..

common cold; there Is chilliness, sneezing : in-law of the man who hud! set out the Mother-Why? You are stronger' could teach him." got Annual FREE.D. ;1

sore throat hot .Mcln quick pulse I trees. The old lady died and the physician than he I.. you have n butter home "I never beard nilllngslcy. II I ho n M. riMltV! CO.
hoarseness and respiration. I'Mich.
presented his bill. After payingIt more toys and more pocket money. good 1I11I er1" Detroit,
Olve I frc Syrup (the child will cry for I the citizen thought of the trees and Johnny-Yen.. 1 know but he can "Well the dog! tins been shot nt

it) and at the flrstsignof acroupycough, muck out and presented a bill for wiggle\ his ears.-Men of Tomorrow. seven times."-Cleveland Plain Denier

apply frequently Hallnrd's Snow" Liniment them. "Hut the trees died" protestedthe -4
"So did .. Only ....her. ["ho Largest and Most Comnlctte -
You learn all about Virginia Land, externally to the throat. fiOct at Hector' my niotlior-ln-law. Rai rlnee Anmtfmt*

its resources, products, mode of cul It. It. Wilson A; Sun.Crystal retorted the other man. The doctor 8hl'-1"lIvl'e' really no reason for Bbe-After all wlmt I I.* the difference Establishment South.

tivation, prices, etc., by reading the paid the bill.-Kansas City Journal.A / married' folks to quarreL bet v'r'en Illusion and delusion

Virginia Farmer Send lOcts. I'ntrmrnt*. He-No. except that they generally He-Illusion I II the lowly fancies w. mOl S. HACKER & SON

for 3 months subscription to the Pavements of glass having satisfactorily need a few quarrels to find that out.- have about ourselves, and delusion Is

Farmer Co., Emporia Va. withstood the test of actual use Dmt Look."Ve Brooklyn Life. the foollli fancies other pooplu have. i

In Zurich. IJenevti Lyons and otherS .." wild the lawyer: "there are about themselves.-'Life.InvertalD .
.i|hlnlC")| to be Investlgnted In thl"cu'
rlsx| and Trench (cities are now to be many The man who has the most to Bay
BANNER SALVEthe The ftrllt thing to be looked In o1nR.Tho
tried In I'nrls on the Hue Trenchet. In about charity beginning at home Is I'i i :

most healing salve In the world. the renr of the Madeleine. The mate- to"- generally the one who thinks that reform fellow who stand on bin dignity
rial used for paving' Is not ordinary. "Is my pnrkftbook. assented the client ought to begin on the other side may discover thut dignity I Is Jiut 1111IIlIpP'r1

ghiss. It Is prepared specially and with perfect nnsurunco.-Judge. of the world. a* a banana skln_St. Louts. A

BO YEARS' yet It In cheap as it I* made of old bottles Republic. r
EXPERIENCECOPYRIGHTS /and the like remelted. 'tlie glass The Hunmrjr Br.. Cure. KCKCIIIII Itcliliiif IfiutiorN, i

l III ground to jxjwiler.! strongly heated "Why do they sueak/ of It as a hungry A ICt'iiiarkaMu ICccord
t r 1.11111'1. u1! Cluhu..clcl'!.
until I It assumes a pusty( consistenceand son Chaniberlaln'; Cough Item ,1 pressed) Into mold The blocksof "It takes the"dinner right out of apernon'd Cils Nothing to Try.U. record It ha been In use for

this "devltHUed" ghiHS hare nil the UIOlltl1 'rown and Country. IS. It. (Hotnnlo Blood Balm) U now over thirty yearn, slitting which line

hardness and durability of ordinary rccugnlznd ai a curtain and sure cure for many million bottln !have been sold l and t

glass without Its fragility. AVuiitt-d. eczema Itching shin humor, poabs, pimple used. It ha. long) In) the ttndnrd: and MANUFACTURERS OV

TRADC MARES *,.scales. _watery blisters, aching: bOIl main reliancn In tho troatrnont of croup Doors Sash Blinds
,J'1tjljj,' N'" DxalaN: TI.. .%nierlf"n Motor Lvaaa We would like to ask, through; the columns or J.IOInUlul, caroanoies, pricning pun in thmtsende of homer, yet during all ,

A tin ifll"' nketAtj and dna rlrnlndm.f Ac. Theoll'rl't1l1 Motor league in. meeting of your paper, if there In any person la the skin, old eating lIIrell. ulcer., ete.llotnnl' thl lima no case ho ever been reportedto 6L biateriailCtflce.a It
"* i* :,' j'l one ottnt-m. fro wnth Ani enc-ouruuerbent. and the who has usedfireen'sAugnst Flowerfor Ulofxl Balm, taken Internally the manufacturer in which It failedto : aicniding uimaing j
;i1 pthnhly' ; : p ueJ.Lla, : f'fitfimunlrn- much ; the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, cure the worst and most d !pmt y| eTect n cure. When given a* soon its
I. >,all.11 t .t'titttdflntUl....Nt Bin.M''T I for,.der nKaf.tef Wu movement seems to be popular. lot' and Liver Troubles that has nut beencureelaD.1 cases by enriching, purifying and vitallyIn the child Income hoarse or even nil sanas Wareroom. King, opposite
menu taken thr .unh Muun A <(<.1). ret.ftp will it be valuable because of the It will, Cannon Street.Charleston .
only alasmean their blood
results the thereby giving tl
<. KiinAffcj, wtrhout eh....*, In tha .e ; n healthy >o nroupy cough appears prevent
protection afforded against unjust prixiectitlon. such as sour stomach, fermentation of blood supply to the kln.. Botanic Blond/ the attack. It I I. pleasant to lake, ] S. C. I

Scientific JJfflcrican. but n. a preventive of adverse food habitual costiveness, n"r.owillyl- Balm i 'li- only cure, to stay cured, for many children like U. It contain no ,

A"n"IOt'm.ry niti, ,.tr4d ...."y. jiririMt rvf ...- legislation a promoter of better roads pepsia headaches, despondent; feelings; thane awful annoying akin troubles. It opium or other harmful substance and
r,- .,.,.,,r,,. ,. .n? *rlemittr jonrniU. Tyrn"ara' and a dlsMcuilnator of Information regarding fact, any trouble con- heals army. sore aDd gives the rich glowof ", may 1 be given a* confidently to a bnby a* Sash Weights, Cord and .!
urm ) tbu I i the road, thus; encouraging nected with the stomach or liver? This health to the akin. Build!* tip the to IUI ...J ule. For sale by all druggist!
MUNN'& CO.36IBroad.I.New York motor vehicle medicine has been> sold for many years In I broken down body and make the blood and medicine dealers.TM. Hardware :
Ji.a"" omcB. $25 r Bt.Wublnnton 1>."". touring to which purpose a all civilized countries, and wo wish| to red a",1 l nourishing. Especially: advised .- -- -- ----. f

la admirably adapted. correspond with you and send you one of for chronic. old case that doctors patent Window and Glasr 1
[OLD LEAD FOR SALE In any quantity our books free of cost. If you never tried mc'li- Inca and hot spring fail to cure. Fancy
at the ADVOCATE office. Stops the Angust Flower, try one bottle fir.tVe Druggists! $I. To prove If. II. It. cure, A SPECIALTY. .11

and work off the Cold. have never known of Its failing./: It so, cures, sample sent free and prepaid' by ------ --
--- Laxative:: BromoQulnlne Tablet care. something more serious Is the matter writing" Blood Balm Co., Atlanta Oa. 1 .lm.laN I. on .".'" lieu tot tbe atlllain.

Foley's Honey and Tar cold io one day. >o> Cure, Xo Pay with you. Ask your oldest druggist. Describe trouble and free medical advice Laxative BromoQuinlneUi Tab..&. Foley's Honey and Tarforchlldrensatcurc. I

cures colds, prevents pneumonia. Price 2ictA.! G. O. UHEC.Y: : Woodbury& X. J. sent la scaled> letter. l.med7 thai eons a cold .. one day No opiates.EAST .

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,< : JAMES. PMTCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-President


," u So much has-been said and written t RIVER STATE BANK
', A WMBLY .J008111 L DCVOTCD TO THB DBVBJUOFMCNT about the conduct the American INDIAN
I in the Philippines that it
i"' will be well to read what a high / Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

I EVERY 'VRXDA.t9 T. German official, who baa ,recently Authorized capital, $ I OOCO

visited all parts of the archipelagosays 7 7 Chronic Invalids. Paid up capital, $25.00
OBABLED H, WALTON, Editor St Publisher.Dlncnntlnnance .
of his observations. lie said '
: When the liver Is torpid,and fail to do In work, .. Average deposits, $100,00

/ I f 9 d of clvt.. must be made per- "Perhaps no other nation, exceptthe I /1 the bile enter the blood w a nrulent pouon. TIleD -
r .Dall,. at this office or by writing. United States, would have had
7r 1 /1 Domes ooutipttion, bUlousneM, stet headache, fevers
Transacts General
the patience to meet tbe stubborn a Bankio
and malaria. The only treatment tout give the liver (tut
Ir Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHARLKB resistance of the Fillipinos in Samar
.' the ngbt touch and a start* Nature' work In the ragas
U H. WALTOspublieher for two. long years with such human manner II Business.

Addreii all oommunloatlon to fty as upon the whole has been
t, l EAST COAST ADVOCATE, the case. It is not to be wonderedat 1) AMON'S LIVER PILLS r .. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rive;

+; 'I TITOBVILLIC. FLORIDA. that the American leaders finally J. ANDTONIC PELLETSThe p Exchange bought; and sold on all Forequ
t __ let their"gall run over at the l ....
I pin touobe the liver and U* pellet lone ttxynem.
treacherous tricks played> upon them ;i --
( I '' 17 Department of Agriculture : appreciated. .
t Patronage Prompt service, i",,).11treutmout -
and adopted sharper measures.Of {, ,and every favor oonnistaiit "I I:!h:, II u:!
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Flu. course, some excesses occurred, 25 doe for 35 day* foci 25 cent, and unleta 1 s rvative banking granted. '

but it is highly inadmissable to \ your case I 18 ciocedingly bad. you .1v CORRESPO DENTS:
I ur The following is a comparative state- will be well before. you Dnieb them ik Seaboard National Bank of New V. rl), ,I,,
( ,l, select the few cases and serve themto r A ='"irr+ National. Hank of Jacksonville, i'la.
ii Blent of temperature and rainfall for the Sample free. For sale at
p week ending Tuesday, Sept 2, 1002. the public as typical of American all deaden. / r.CITjl VILT.13: ,
l -1002- -1001- war making.
I' t $' DATE MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. lie also emphasized the injusticeof -

u 27 88 74 ,86 73: expecting Americans to observein
1I P 29 80 7i 89 73: every case the of civilized ,
''a 30 00) 70 811!) 71 warfare while fighting: such a foe.

1 30 80 70\ V)0) 71 The writer praises the political Sold by If. n. WILSON & SON TITUSVILLE. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

Y 1 88 75; 00 77 shrewdness, combined with moder- "' --- -- -- -- ,..-- -- -. ---, -- -- .- -- -- .- p-- --- ,
2 80 76 00 70 +9*
j'' j Total rainfall for the week .80 ation, of making surrendered insurgent Application for Tax Deed. Notice of Application to Sell '#.'

f Departure from normal rainfall for the officers Governors of prov- Liquors" Wince and Beer. Vitrified and S Brick
i week: minus .73 laches. Departure inces. cyricz 13 HEREBY GIVEN: THAT W. n. Paving Sidewalk ....,.
I from normal rainfall since January 1, N Taylor purclmner of Tax Certlllcate: No. 1.
r minus 11.48 Inches. dated tlie 2ml clay of July A. It. 1POO linn :NOTICE 13 HERKBY:! orVEN THAT Offices foot of llogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No, ,,
4 A BREAD LAW. tiled said. certificate In my office,and hall made ('Carleton Jr.. ban tiledwith the
HAL. P. HABDIN, Observer. d..dtlt In aooorrianrewith Board of County Coinniliwioners of Brevard
"f1p.lJaUonfor.! sate ,__
___ n ._ ._ .... law. Haul certificate enihriwes. the follow County,rotate or riorum, hie' appticaoon ...jIHirinlito a .J. K. JIUNNERLYN', General :Manager.
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The civil government is after the iilr| described property gltnatecl, In Brevaril sell lignumwlnosandbexrln Election
county! Florida, to wit I All Peter ..FoucbardOrantln niKtrlot No. 0 of until county and tate; that
t' M. Santos-Dumont is endeavoring bakers in Canada, and recently the 8<><'tlon.111.Town"hlJ)2/1. Hough Range n such application will be acted on bv the said
to find someone to give him the city of Montreal passed a law to 34 and 35. The Bald land being amended at the Board of Uounty I otnniigtdnnori at their next
date of the issuance of such certificate In the regular meeting which will beheld on the lintruemlny
1" I,f small sum of $1,000,000'with which improve its bread supply for the name of Unknown. Unions Raid certificate ftlmll In October, A. 1>. lieu! at three MeMurray & Baker
be redeemed aonnriliiifr to law,tax deed will 1e l clock In the afternoon of Raid day and the
continue his machine benefit of those who the "staff
t a to flying ex- eat mio thereon on the llth day of October A. D VMri.! unlit Hoard hereby calla upon any citizen of such ,
I I periments. It looks as if he was of life." According to this new law Witness my olllolal signature' and Heal thin the Election District who may desire to ito RO, to
0th lav of Bepteuiliur A.i>. 11X12. chow raise, If any there be, at the mid next
A4 rather anxious to "raise the wind." laid down by the City Fathers, all [seal) A. A. STEWART regular' meeting Raid Board, why such permit 4O1-413 East Bay Street. -. Jacksonville, Florida.
S i Clerk Circuit Court of Boevard Co., Fla.lly shall not be granted to the
Well If could do it the Montreal loaves hereafter applicant."
to tune must .
we O. A. Stewart C puty Clerk. By order. of the Hoard or County -
en of Brevard County,Florida, thiR, the 2nd -Makers and Jobbers of-
of whether with number
$1,000,000, we question stamped a indicatingtheir
l'!' ., day of September,A. 0.1102.JUliN \ ) .
1 r we would be running the ADVOOATE weight, and with the initials A FEW APPLICATIONS of Uancock's/ II WALKER.
much longer. of the baker who baked the bread Liquid Sulphur will cure any case of Chairman at Board of Connty Com- Vehicles Harness and Material
;t,1, ;; [Le.l] iniHBloncn, Brevard County, Fla. Carriage. Wagon
Ground Itch, at B. R. Wilson & Son's. I ,
and a fine of $10 or two months'Imprisonment ,
,1/ POLITICS# are a thing of the past, the alternative -- ---
J and as politicians have considerably penalties provided for each violation Prickly Heat In one application, at B. use Hancock'*Liquid Sulphur, at B. K.
l <, I ( cooled down, let our people devote and all bread not fulfilling requirements K. Wilson & Son's drug store. Wilson & Son's drug store. First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c". &c.

a little of, their spare time toW is be seized. Besides .
i to ------ ------ --------- -- --- ------ -
nth boosting up the Florida State Fair. this, it is provided also under heavy;

i ir, t II After spending so much time in penalties manufacture, that of food all rooms products for shallbe the Buffalo Gasoline Motor. East Coast Lumber Supply Co.

I!of1 I F I at least eight feet high and floored I

,:: :i to assist helping along with cement, tiles or wood satu- New designs, just out, with latest Improvements. Send for Catalogue. GENERAL OFFICE: EAU OAI.LIE, FLA.

: iMli,' the Fair, which is for the benefit of rated with linseed oil. The walls GEO. R. WALLACE, Gas Engines and Supplies.
I Yards at Tltusville Eau Gallic and Fort Pierce
the whole" ,
UIi{ i 1 and ceilings must be whitewashedat WEST PALfcl BEACII, FLORIDA.
least once in six months, and no Complete stock of Lumber aud Building Material of all kinds; Sash and Doors.

d EVERYBODY knows that .a merchant animals shall be allowed
except cats, Blinds and'Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office
I tl 1 keeps a line of goods to sell, in rooms used for the man- The Pioneer
/' Il which is his stock-in-trade. We'I any Cooperage.LAGRANGE no '.. __ _, __
lI ufacture or storage of bread or
I. also keep space to sell to advertisers pastry. FLORIDA.I .
I J f" f which is our stock-in-trade. How would it do to introduce this manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS: cheaply and expeditlously., Hodges & ,
i !j' Therefore, do not expect us to give law in Florida?
t When ID need of a tank, write me for estimate, as I can fill yourorder to perfection. ...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
;, ) away our stock-in-trade any more
, TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla.

,J, t\\ ," than the grocers or other business FOR some time the British Government _______ ___ ___________ __ __ ________ ___ _- __ __u____.___ R"eh CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER
[1 ,'' do theirs for like other
Ii I af men we, has been trying to establish Dressed
,I It 1 tradesmen, are not in this kind of a parcels post between the TJT'US"VILLE: ;: LrV'EE1.:: Y ST..A.J3LE.: : ;: Orauge Box leads! Fruit and Vegetable Crate. Monldlngg, Shingles! ate.

' ,;c ir::, business merely for the honor or United States and Great Britain, Mill and oOlce located at Buffalo Bluff Fin \Vrlto us for prices deliverer!
) that is in it. to any part of the State. Address: Hodges & 0'Hal'a, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
: glory
1, rii tt/ hut without. success. Now thft' BritIsh "
h --- -- --- -- - --
I hall
postal department arranged
l MANY farmers will no doubt, be this much.sought for service; and, ...STABLES... BUGGIES, Tbe. )ltle"t EHtabllabetl Grain and Seed! House. the State,,
L sorry to learn of the recent death beginning this week, the postofllce

rl i of their old friend, Joseph Shirk, of Great Britain will accept parcelsfor BAGGAGE p SURREYS, UIINAT

the inventor of the grain cradle, at transmission to the United K "V\Ttc.l. A. amours: &:: Co.

r Lancaster, Pa., at the age of 83 States, the same as they do for all TRANSFER, ;. :L t 4 j and TURNOUTS of

a years. He gave to the world a great the British colonies. HAULING.KTC.TITUSVILLE ... ..all kinds.. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
1 ; ii Invention-one that greatly reduced ,

labor in the grain fields. Mr.\ J. M. OSBAN & BRO.
,i A Shirk's invention made it possible -Back of Grand View hotel.FLORIDA.. Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers

is + for one man to cut more grain with At the request of Grand Army men in .-----.- ------------- IIT! L017IS.1 MO. 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I
the cradle in a day 'than eight men various part of the State we publish be-
i;, could reap with sickles. low n portion of the official circular In Alt8.!; for I'uimu Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant System
1 regard to railroad rates.
WE have been "(I. A. R. National Cir
using our
efforts to put down the baneful and oular.of Florida: I UNITED Seeds
1 ment Grand Army of the For Summer Crops.Millets
I ungentlemanly habit of swearing Republic, Maltlamt, Fla., Aug. 12,ln02.!) .
Itft on our streets\ ; and in connectionwith The 30th national encampment of the

the same matter, the Tampa G. A, it. will be held In Washington, I).
Tribune says that it "hopes that D.during oommonclngOct./ ith. Sorghums: Hoja Beans-Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chutes, Teosinte, Giant
/ Tickets sale from Oct. :lrd Beggarweed,
on good to return
t the'city authorities of Tampa will until Nov. :3rd, by an extension to clean.c

j'' i take the matter up, and see that bu made In Washington at a cost of only ail :PEAS: : :
general profanity on the streets Is CO cen ts. ORANGE WRAPS
Whlppn, Clays, Wonderful, Black Unknown,
The following rates has been secured: Lad.vfingera.
stopped at once, as It is a disgustIng Key ,West, 41.10; Stanford, $l$.tJ\: ; De- . Clean Bright block:; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 's.'io; per nt., Postpaid; 11.23peck ;
habit, and only tolerated by land ; $42;:) bushel.
1S.IU: ; Palntkn, $17.15; ; West Palm
:'.I barbarians and savages at thebest. Beach, $2: S.05: ; New Smyrna, *21.0.5; Uny- Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides,: Garden Tools, Fertilizers.

1'' I !r tona, :2U5!( : ; St. Augustine,118.30;JackHonvillo L. CAMERON. The Seed Store

WILMAM Jennings Bryan now All comrads, $10.03.from the East Coast or on Are the Most Economical. 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
asserts that he will
positively not the line of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad ==
(t be a presidential candidate in 11101. l, who dotit re to go with the headquarters .

We think that a very wise move on car, or the official train so-called, THE NEW COMPANYTWHOLESALE
' the of the must be sure to have their tickets read YORK GROCERY
i part orator -
l via Atlantic Coast Line from Jacksonville. .
r : No Waste. Each Sheet Perfect.
for the do
people not seem to
Y Have the local agents be sure to
want him as a president just yet. give this kind of a through ticket.
.g j With all due respect to our Demo- The headquarters car will leave Jacksonville \ I FRUIT, GROCERY & POULTRY MERCHANTS.We .

cratic: brethren, we are under the at 0 a. m. Sunday, Oct. 6th, and
impression that President lioose- reach Washington comfort at an early aud hour next: Pull Size, Full Count. Made in all Colors. buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Produce

3ia! 1 velt will succeed himself as president morning.possible Every will be provided accommodation and and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We give our

I '1 of the United States at the special attention will be given the ladlesof close personal attention to the consignments, and any business! entrusted to us will

l next general election. Make a note the party. have the .benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Returns art
of thla.i All matters connected with headquar Plain or Printed made on the Jay of sale: We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, Potatoes,
if tars in well
Washington, ns as
private Onions, Celery, Oranges, Limes Lemons
accommodations!!! !_for comrade I and their Pineapples!, Peaches, Plums, rapeetc
I .
i r THE day when a newspaper was families are In the lianas or rant Depart etc.We
I r taken simply because it made a ment Commander! Ueo. F. Foote, of solicit correspondence and will keep you In touch with the market.
r ''t I good paper for the pant shelves Henry B. Whipple Tout at Orlando, who I Do not wait, but place your order now.
is assistant The New
LOW acting as a special adju York Grocery Co.
f,1 1'1 has passed, says the Coudersport tant-general with headquarters. at :No. ,
(Pa.) Potter Democrat, and the 0-Jit Fifteenth St., :N. W., Washington D. 100-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE, FI.ORIHA.

modern country newspaper is taken C. Comrade desiring to secure rooms __0. _, -:::!!
j to be read and because It contains and meals can da so by writing to Com-

J r' the strictly local or county news- rad pay Foote anti stating what /kind price of accommodationsthey they are willingto Write for samples and prices to the THE OLD RELIABLE

r'J sews that can be got through no desire
J 1q ether channel. The field of the S. HERBERT LANCKT Kollins College

eountry newspaper of today ia its E. A. RIcnABDlli! Depart.Com. ,

I'' rt own and adjoining counties ; with J-Gen. Founded 1385. Has special Florida charter.- The South Florida College. Open
United October 1st. Located on a high pine ridge, ; the lakes of OrangeCounty.
!1 e the so-called news of the day it has :Not Doomed For Life. Paper Co. Absolutely no malaria. among spring-fed .
i; I' ? no connection. The tri-weekly or ,
"I was treated for three years by good COLLEGE. PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
4 daily city paper now reaches near- doctor," write \V. A.Greer, McCon-: MUSIC SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION.:
{ ; ly every home ; and the rehashingof nelsville, O. "for piles and fistula, but BUSINESS SCHOOL.
general news after it it a week when .all failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve Southern Office: Atlanta, Ga. Excellent ART SCHOOL.
r" old by a country weekly is to its cured me In two week." Cures burns, Beautiful equipment. Thorough, modern Instruction
bruises, cuts, corn., sores, eruptions,salt location. A room for every student.
readers like stale Best
butter Board.
eating on rheum, pile or no pay. 23 cents at B. low. Best Influences. Catalog on application.

r } r warm cake. R. Wilson A Son's drug store. WE HAVE NO< CONNECTION WITH ANT OTHER HOUSE IN ATLANTA.< REV. GEORGE M. WARD, D. D., Principal, Winter Park, Fla.It .
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Stuart.. Eden. Melbourne. Eau Gallie.Mrs. GKORO MARX. JOAN ]MARX

IWA..JR.: ::BI=iC>SI.
i'uo grounds; around the Methodist S. F. Webb returned from Tltusvllle :Morgan is visiting her fathor, .
atnDr A
l Batata end Loan.
.arch are being cleared of weeds, and :Sunday eveulug. ; forKtn.a, London and Liverpool snit J. W. Mouth

Knted In St. Lucie grass. Mrs. John Miller left" rune,frovlilHiioe Washington! and Sun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS
Tuesday morn- Insurance. Special attention paid to the More shell la being placed on our
tev. Moore will hold services, morn- ing, from :New R1rna. interests ol non residents. streets this week.
and evening, Sunday the 7th. We
Jtend f a cordial\ invitation to everybody We are glad to see Captain Richards The Alex :Near house Is tenanted 1 bj
atteDd. is much improved in health. :Subscriptions for the AnVOCATK, Mr. P.uki'ifor the autumn. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
The schooner Cygtes passed through Miss Una Miller spent several days, received at the Melbourne Postoffice. The steamer Kathleen Is still carrying

drawbridge; Wednesday morning( last week, in Jensen, visiting Mrs. R. R. Uncle bain's: mail on the Banana river
Rlcou. Corner and Julia Sts. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Day ,
1 proceeded on her way up the St. Lu- Charles McBride t I" covering his shell route.

i river. Mrs Charlie Bahney: spent several days walks with marl from the Uoode hammock Repair on the county bridge l over the "

dive Ida Baker went down to Miami, last week' visiting Mrs. Miller and Mrs.S. west of town Eau ( .,llie river Is being pushed on to WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF NAY, GRAIN AND FEED. .
F. Webb.
bnday night, to be present at the Mr. Ernest Taylor, of Eau Gallie, spent oom pili tiuu.

ebers' examinations being held there Mrs. '\ F. Wolfe gave a delightful Sunday evening/ In Melbourne, attending Captain Ramsey and son have returned PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

(js week. musicale one evening; last week, at whichall service at the M. E. church.Mr. from a holiday In :North Carolina, their Seo
t\'e have had nice, cool breezes fromo the young people were entertained.Mrs. and Mrs Goo. Phillips returned old home.J. .JBT Wo solicit consignments of Fruits and Voget"h1I'S.

northeast for the past woek, and H. W. Bessey came np from borne, Mopdivy, from Fort Pierce, whore E. M. Hodgson! took a run to Banana -
oral cooling showers which luivo been Stuart ------ --- -- --- --- -.--- .
on for for tho -- -
Tuesday a farewell visit to they d.iv.:
ry much appreciated by us all. Mrs. Ireland. Mrs. Besscy expects to WIT' Scott line returned from pie, tho Mitzie.;, ItKAL KSTATU FOKSALU.Aa .
leave for :Nashville the last .
of the weok.
C. W Corbett has just launched an- New fork .where he went to viPlt his Poison l'a
Jler boat; she is 20 feet long, and will Mrs. Ireland has a very comfortableand iMtot. We are glad to see him back in Monday last In Eau Uallie, the guest of
,ve 14 horse power Murray & Tregur- stylish now and 1 Melbourne.Mr. > 1Ir.IuulIrs.: Administrators of thin! Estate 1 : of
canopy top buggy,; (I. F. Pluldl oll. Cocoa publlo school will open
a gasoline engine Installed In her at also a new harness. She now has about September l ISth and the boys and girlsare WlIlium Treutler, deceased, We otter at
the '. Bud Mrs. E. P. Branch Miss Leila A car load of fish was shipped from private[ sale tho following: doscitbod Ken
ceo> neatest little that is the
seen on anxious for It. luivo had
drives Barnes and Mrs. Mack have boon enjoying Bait, i.illio ou Saturday last; This industry They quite Estate: belonging to said 1 Estate:
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Stypmann, Mr. and an outing in the Branch cottage by is on the boom at this point. long vacation. No. I. Sold

s. U. E. Stypmann and Mice Frauds Miss Florence Robinson la now in the sea, at Melbourne Beach George N, Hatch 1msjot( his goods Into No. 2. All of :SI nf NKr.: Section" 21,
went down to Went Palm Jacksonville with her sister Mrs. F. O. Miss A Florence Hodgson, who has his which la I 27 South Kin J7
ypmann j now store room very at(motive Township go East, cov-
lach: Monday, to spend several days Williams, where she will remain until Prang the is kept busy while here been In Lynn, .Mass.: for the past week, and well nrrnngoil. Mr.Hntch, It vrod with water, lying in said Alan: Billie

bt seeing. the last of this month, when she will return badly repairing In:need of cement repairs sidewalks, but fewbad that sidewalks were- Is neat.expected Eau_Gallie, on Saturday' goes to any, will succeed In his new quarters River and Eau Gallie Hay, containing 1

Noah Parka will join his brother In the to Rollins College/ for another year's are now In Melbourne. lIe la enterprising and genial, and 1 about :'to acres, more or less.No. .

orchandiae business shortly. They are study. Dr. Lansing U adding,; largely to his doso'vellllllccoIiS. t. Sold.\

king; stock this week, and will build an Mesdames Webb and McMullen went The M Uses Jessie Sanders and Jessie, drug luiHiuutm at this point t : the l latest Is A. II. Smith and Charles Hatch ]have Ni>. 4. That portion of MVi4, Section i.
Joode and Messrs. John Nicholson andS. a soda water fountain wbich 1111 well :II, Township: South Range" :I7 East
dition In the near future. The firm to West Palm Beach, Saturday evening, "" pat finished tho big cooler or refrigerator for- ,
M. Martin. enjoyed a carriage drive to ronlrocl. commencing at point Jill) feet West from
me will be Park Bros. and returned Tuesday morning. They] (;B. N, Hatch which he hRs placed In his
Eau Oallie on last l Noithenst linens
Friday: evening corner ,post on 14 /Section
had a very pleasant visit enjoying (?) Thomas: S niter has new store for preservation of fresh
[Thomas J.Brltt purchased a cow a few purchased a new aforesaid and tit) feet South of said
reks ago but had to sell it on account every minute of It. (They went down to Dr. L. A. Peek Improving his homepropel.tyand boat to ferry over the oranges from the meats: and butter. It Is n tlrst-clasM one, Section lino for starting point, thence+
The visit the dentist). will soon have, a nont. ar- Walden grove, tho property Mrs.. S. E. well< mndo anti commodious.Mr. .
t scarcity of fresh water. : family run South: -t'i feet, thence East lOCI( ( fe'1t,
irnctlvo garden. lie has Mr. makng Barbour.
pond entirely on cistern water, and W. D. CnretonA Bros', store is recelv a new( cement walk from Prang the'street! Wllllford, a few days since approaching thence South .120;! feet, thence West to

ley did not have enough to divide withe lag a fair sham of the patronage of the to his porch. lilr, and, Mrs. (Ii. U. Hodgson; are domiciled tho pllzbill: homo coming Section line, thence North oi'H:! ft, thence 0

cow. people, The manager, Otis Cureton is In tho Gilbert residence for the full from his work, came upon four snakes Kant 717 feet, more or teas, ton I'olnt00

W.J. Dyer left, Wednesday morning, a. veiy pleasant and obliging gentleman, Our city fathers have bought; a fine months, pending the erection of their In )nth ahead of him. Ho any ho feet Went of Southwest: corner of plat ofSarno
his the Doe loaded with pine- and the delivery clerk, Mr. Hastings/ Is new McCormick mower, and are using It own home. up with, his rake and drove the teeth of thence South 1AO\ feet, thenre
sloop, one of the most faithful: and accommodating to keep the streets clean of nil grass and l hiM, rake through the head of each In Blast<: 7'>0 feet to Went aide of F.< I';. C.
j is>pie slips, which are be planted We don'tvy on men that is on the road. We weeds. Mr.' Leon Adams runs It and l It The artesian! well driving plant of turn and that Is all there was of It. Hallway right.of-wny, thence :North on n
plantation on Lake works like charm.A Alex. X"IIWilli\ turned back to Eau Gal- but oh West side of .F. K. C. S
the Nar- wish them success. a There worn four dead cats, 1m", Itnllwny rlght-of-
& Mr. his trip through lie this woelc
Dyer after completing tho contract the air! It was every where, but C, W. way IX) feet, thence East to point of beginning -
|ws at this time of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson returned, last very enjoyable social was held, ]last at Malabar.: .
says, It was not on him. ,: excepting! ilght-of-way
fc. D. Blakeslee as usual, brought in Friday evening, from a three weeks' visitto Friday evening/ at the Iloke residence, :Miss! UusHie took through said hand Containing about 'Jfi
Hodgson a run to
New York. While there they visited at which a I large: ,; number of our young/ Last Thursday night at tho Cocoa
|o first catch of flsu this season, all the places of interest In and about society lights met. Dainty refreshmentsof Opera House, the young people /gave'
p of pompano, shoepbead,mullet, mute steamer Kathleen, spending part of the tract has n young grove of MX) or CtH! .
:New York, and had a very enjoyabletrip Ice cream and cake wore sei'ved.Mr. their entertainment, "A Box of Mon
fish, snappers, etc. The East Coast day with her friend Edith Burns. trees on It, and an artesian well, etc.
Ish company sent out their first barrel In every particular. :Mr.! Robinson \[ '. und l Mrs. Frank Robertson mo keys" to good/ 1 house. Every: part wont o.llIolthl at !Southeast corner of
/gained-ten pounds, and they both look Mr. W. A. HuiTinnu, who is on the oil to perfection, all carrying out their
r 1 this season on Tuesday morning. again at their home in Hotol Carleton, lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. lIaJ'oorison
live years younger. Rust toast Lumber and !Supply: Company part perfectly. The attendance was thence South! Elbow
after a pleasant visit in Cincinnati, with run across
ill. W. has whooping at thU largo and the receipts were good, $::1:1.-10,
Bessey a pet point, will build shortly and creek
The Ladles' Tea Club met last week,, their daughter, Mrs. John Ferguson to North boundary of land belong
iae, which is very Interesting. ilia Wednesday, at the home of Mrs. John iVe are glad, to have them home so early, make tills p point his home for the future. which goes to fix up tho hall\ The hug; to Win. 'frontier, thence East<; alone'
like the and
is Dick. Dick doesn't object Is a woithyorie one
|me follow Miller. All the Indies who possessed and will now see the cheerful lights of Eugene Splller, of Oloun, N. Y., who In this every t Section line which Is the :North bourn
lIe will wishes them
business. a success worthy cause
aeapple and babies under three years of age:( were in Hotel[ Carleton chino over the Indian has H inter. home In liar: iallio arrived miry of '''01. 'rr< an who Is setting out slips pull vlted to bring/ them. There was quite abby River.Mr. here on Tuesday List.; Mr. puller will of Elbow creek, thence West along bank

em up as fast as planted. If Mr. Bes- show, and a liner looking lot of babies nt onct proceed. to makinginprovernoutson Foley's Kidney Cure' makes the dineiiHod of raid creek to point of beginning, being
By wants the crane to fly, he j just runs [ mill :Mrs. L. 1) Lockwood passedthrough l '
It would be hard to find, and their his I'I'OI''I.ty.Capt. kidneys sound MO they will" ellml- In Suction :21, Townnlili27| :. .south, Range m
tad waves his arms, and Dick will run behavior was all that cpuld be desIred. Melbourne: last Sunday: on note tho poisons from tho blood Sold! ill East. I'lilx liiml Is covered! with flue
It or him and fly sure enough. Dick their way home to West Palm Keach. .1. If. Andrews of Tibbals Fla.
\ wnteis of the creek
We don't dare: who should have had by II. It. Wilson & :Sou.:
jjros, ) on scraps from the kitchen table, say A number of their lends. \ were at the Is In Eon Gallie this week storing his No. O. !Hold
Miller assisted her
the Mrs.
nd Is very fond of small grasshoppers prize. served sandwiches, cinnamon by depot to see them They have been sloop In llodgKon's boat yard during; the No. 7. Commence about chains 85
End little minnows. He will soon bo ayear daughters, visiting points north of hero, and Mr. gale; auiiHon. The captain has shipped FLORIDA STATE FAIR. links Went from Northeast corner of
rolls, custard pie, Iced tea and several
| old. Nockwood has Improved health: some his pineapple for this .
crop season.KKKT Section 20 Section
kinds of cake-all of which were so good, : on lino between !Scot:
that not a single person present was able during his vacation. Several counties South (o'lnrldhavo, ttous 17 and :W), run WostOohalna. li: links,

i q A NEW JERSEY EDITOR'S TESTIMONIAL to do justice to dinner that night.A SWOLLKN TO IMMKNSBSIXK made llbernl appropriations. The others thenoe South 10 chain B4 links, ,thence

:-M.T. Lynch, Editor of the DOCTORS COULD NOTHKLP HER. ;--"I bad 1 kidney trouble so bad," must fall Into line, or visitors to the fair South 110 degrees !))0necondn. East: chains

Illlpsburg, N. J., Dally Post, writes : "I had kinney trouble for years." writes says J. J. Cox, of Valley I View, Ky.. "that will not know <>( their existence.Brevnrd to Eats Galllo Klver, tlionco follow tho
::1 have used many kinds of medicinesr Parson's! Noble Act. Mrs Raymond Conner, of Shelton, Wash., I could not work, my feet were swollen shore of Eau Gallie River In nn Easterly

| coughs and colds 1 in my family but "I want all the world to know," write "and the doctors could not help mo. I to Innuendo! sixes size and<1 I was confined county Is out for the grand direction to a point duo South from place

ver anything so good as Foley's Honey Rev. C. J. Budlong, of Ashaway, H. I., tried Foley Kidney Cure, and tho very to my bud! and pliydiclann wero unable to county awoopHtnkon What have Lake, of beginning, thence north to point of
ad Tar. I cannot say too much in praise what a thoroughly good and reliable first dose gave me relief and 1 am now give me any relief My doctor finally proscilbed Leon, M ol'lon1I1C11l1l\ and the other bnglnnlnt; containing I acres, more or
fit." Sold by B. I U. Wilson & Son.: medicine I found Electric Bitter They cured. I cannot ay too much for Foloy's] Kolo's Kidney Cure which mndo great counties of the State: to say to this. lens, BOll known na the Kltchell place. 4

cured me of jaundice and liver trouble Kidney Cure !Sold: by D.U. Wilson Son a well man of me." Sold by B. R. Wilson Several counties have mado larger appropriation No. S. NK of Section' Township

Tibbals. that had caused me great suffering for A boll.: ( for their exhibit than last 27 South, Range :117 Kant, containing 100

many years. Kor genuine, ll-aroun South Rockledge.Some year. The railroad I transport all these acres, loss, railroad right-of-way.

cure they excel anything I ever saw." Georgiana. exhibits to Lako City free of charge No. 0. NWU{ Section 2*' Township

Hev. L. J. Sawyer left last week for J Electric: Bitters are the surprise oJ: all for These two foots alone makes a great( and 27 1 South, hangs/ 37 Fast, containing 100
their wonderful work In liver, kidney and successful fair certain itcraM, Inca. railroad right.of-
of the
(Jalulali Falls, Oa., where he will spend: orange and grnpofiult way.
II vacation of several weeks, which he stomach troubles. Don't fall to try them. trees are putting on quite a bloom. A. L. thinner In. putting the roof on the The Educational exhibit will he a No. 10. 4l11f.IOIIIIOU': i '', less railroad

Inch needs, Onlv B.50 R.( cents.Wilson 1 Satisfaction:& Son. Is guarantee! Miss Sallie; Magruder; Is expected home Bond building thl week. marked feature. It Is In the hands of ilitlitfwav, Section: of Lot 1 and of
by '
and the schoolchildren of NWI-i :5, 97
Clem Township
I Mr. Leatherman one of W'aIJ1lRKo'so soon, ou account of her mothei's ill J. W. Brunor launched 1 Ills anil boat, Miss Hampton, Solids
of the State! will have day I all !Rouge\ 37 East, known n* J, I..
prominent merchants, was a very; health. the Olivet, Thursday of last week Stewart
to themselves, with a program Including/ plane
ielcome visitor In this pUce Tuesday Fort Pierce.Mr. J. II. Taylor find A. '%-. Hardee were Minn :Mvrtle Burchllul spent a very contests especially for them. No. 11. Lots 17 and 1*,block 4, Town,

aid Wednesday: In hero on Sunday, taking look at some pleasant day with Miss\ Mary Wltlfeld of Kau; Gnlllo.
Have: you seen the premium list\? Knot No. 12. Lot 1 block Towu of Eau
Clearing: of land and planting pIne. property. on Tuesday of last week : ,
Biicll left Sunday for Jupiter to send to the secretary, at Lake City,
still continues the vicini- : Gallic. julr claim deutt for this only-
pie plants of do some brick work for Contractor Bel Notwithstanding, the drouth 10''Juno, E. VeBcy Hall: and family went to f for a copy There I la not it family In the held under 1'nx'l'itlem : .
and the ,
of Tlbbala, supply plant there will be a tine crop of sweet potatoes Cocoa, !Saturday: In Messrs. Provost A tFredeiick's \ but what has something which For and,I term' niMrosa" a
Mrs ,
ill no doubt be larger than was at Thin burg. was visited by Home fine
lu this part.II,1V. new anil boat might bu entered for premium and so
c pected. rains on Sunday, which were general) help make the greatest fair ever seen In F. A. MORGAN and W. H. JONES, r
Matthews is having some grub Uncle lliighle I"I giving his house
contractors and needed. a : themtate.: A* AdmlnUirntor of the ICstnto of Wrn.I'reuller ,
Klopp t Koylance, a .ou
bing done on file property and will net; thorough icpnlutlng. It I Is entirely decoaHiid.'
udders, are now erecting very floe Mrs. Gilbert, who has been visiting/ out orange trees<< ). while Hud looks decidedly better. The trolling record for the half mile ,
welling for Miss. Gertrude England, :Mrs. D. L. Alderman.. let Tuesday for track broken at the Florida State TltnsvllU. Florida i ii ist
hlch Miss England expects to occupy KIsslmmee. The smell of the guava IK. abroad' ] In the lrs. Theiln. Hall and her two daughters Fair lest was and this will seesomething'better i

|y October 1st. Commissioner J. F. Bell returned from l Und> and nearly every one. Is putting: up I from De Land, arrived on Saturday, yenr ', a* the nice year trnck I I. a I9iio l>lnce For Mule.
large quantity of jelly. for a visit with friend and relatives at
A card from Art Saeger, one of thjrm Tltusville on Tuesday, where he had this hummer. Brevnrd county ball some fine -

of Saeger Bros., to one of his old been to attend the regular monthly mee Wo learn that Lawson Magruder, son place. racing/ stock, and thnre Is no reason why !tH( ) feet on Indian hirer, and running

friends here, says he is now at Atlantic ing of the Comity Commissioners. ., of C. n. lola ru.ler, Is now a full Dodged( l The runny friends of Myrtle Baldwin, the first prices should<
Ity, N. J.. enjoying the gayetles of life, Fulwood lawyer ,and has opened an office In Tam i- who wa married to John Brown on J line county. 13Hft., river font, runnlnif back

yhlch Is Justly due him, after a, year' Presiding by Dr. Elder Moore, has been, holding accompanied par lItb! will be sorry to learn of the serloiu Prof, II. E. Stock brl.llo. secretary of 140fll| on a bleu, 20ft. above the river,

Bustling on his pineapple plantation. quarterly conference at the Methodist MeHsra. Baker and Herring, who occupied Illness with typhoid fever of her husband the Florida /State:: ,.'1111'', ho returned from which I I. salt water, and three mites

James Hudson, father of Fred. 111. church this week. A large number were the the Garney cottage ]last winter ] at their new home In Plant City, Fin.Mr. Mississippi, where hf has been holding wide at this place. .

Hudson, of this place, has been In very in attendance to hear some very Inter ', have purchased a grove and will I U"ICA'ett and wife, also Mrs. Bog' FnrnirrV Institutes, and will now give house[ of six Minis, has. been kept

boor health for several weeks,
|mom a fall received at his home (In Se- ---- spending the siiminor at D.iytona, arrived determined that. It I I. to bit tint greatest river bank, ooniniundlnir it. lumutlful view
fustian, before muklnz his home her Last Friday A. X. Iloffnagle; raised a Foley's Honey and Tar U pcoullarly: at their home at this place, Satur exiiimlilon ever *<>en In the South:! It of Indian Itlver; stabs luad down to

'Itb his 80n. Mr. Hudson Is now-in his large water tank at his newly flnlHhet adapted for chronic throat troubles and day. Their many friend are glad( to wIII hll ntmemhfreil that Prof. Htnckbrldire the I liver, mod n dock built tint Into the

i ijlhtle8. home. All the neighbors were invitee will potiilively cure bronchitis. ,hoarseness, have these good people home again. xwnnpanled by Prof II. H water 'o Hcoorniiiodate .nlolll'toa'' A .
to the tank raining, and Incidentally tll 11 u,"... held. KttrmeiV Inntl lutes at Cocoa never-falllnit well) with pump near kitchen ',
bronchial dI8elHefllMe substitutes
Capt J. H Andrews left here for Eau "fill their tanks" ," a* the kind hearted and all The many friends of George,; Carter und Knit Pierce II..r door, and a never-fmiiling\ tpilntf/ of
halite Dixie where he dinner and for bold by It. It, Wilson & :Sou. will be pained to learn that he I"I much year.
with his yacht, wife! had good supper oler. en.d, pars water a alioit distance
--- -
ill 1 put her in harbor for the several all and refreshments in the afternoon worse from the wound<< made by the from lionxe. Home lot nml I jmuliry yard I'

'eeks that be expects to spend In lice Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs St. Lucie. strlngray. He unable to move lila leg Fortune PiivorM I' 'rt"xul. fenced l with|.) poiiltry' nullliiir OHM house* ,)

kid home at Painesvllle, 0., for which C'bas. Hoofnngle, Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin, at all, and has had high fever and symptoms "Having digressing pain In head, buck for poultry and D 1jl( ..n hl\l iill'x''J" feet, '

t>pint be will leave as soon as his yacht Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. of lock-jaw. The wound Is. dl.. and stomach, and being without appetite and n smaller fancy poultry house.

> safely In harbor. Claude Olmstead and baby, Mr. henry The fine new launch, Margaret: belonging : charging/ quantities of blood and pus, 1 1 b itnn to tine Dr. King New Life I'tlls"writes 71 oriuiffe trees just coming Into bearing -

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings and son, Klopp and daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Goo. to Klcou & O' lirlon, the popular lisp lie hits sympathies of all George W. P. Whitehead, of Keonedalr."" \ II grnpufiull rrrvaJ: pu; h trees, 3
JtachuH and family, Misses Susie and a good boy, kind and obliging/ and well) ". man.1 le vliif..-i\ll benliitfsevernl -
.ane, are expected to arrive at !home( on dealers, was successfully launched, on Tex., .n,1 H<>on felt liken new scupimrnonK/ [
liked all who knew him.
'ridRY night( much to the pleasure, of Grace KeonhoM, Capt. Alfred Powers Thursday, from the Indian River Boat by Infallible\ In mnmnch! and !liver trouble kuinqunia, and gum' :)va: biiNhea.
heir friends. Mrs. Jennings and Messrs. William and George; Ruple and and Launch Com pan,'. yard. Only :Z'o at Wilson A /Son') drug store. suede tree and tropical tiers. and i shrub
many .
[ of their Andrew Sorensen. Everybody thoroughly Avoid serious results kidney or bind near the hou"..
Atlantic aster Lane apent N.most.I. while Mr.outing Jen- enjoyed themselves, and hope Mr.' and Mike O'Brien, living a little north of der disorder bf taking. Folej's Kidney --- A good county road long]* riverbank

usual City, mixed, business with Mrs. Hoofoagle will have another "tan here, I I" dead. lie wait found muttering Cure. Mold by U. K. Wilson" A Son. WEATHER REPORT.By from 'fltltllYl1l8, tbu Bounty: scat.
pings pleasure' ( as to Yew tilling" In the near future. In his yard over his house having just eleven miles north, to n"'klge! a beau.
and made business trips
burned down. He waR III and friends
tlful) winter resort, nine mites 'south with
ork cloy, Harrisburg;, Penn., and other did all they conld, but In vain. lie had Indianola. Kev. Jan. H. White, observer for ('uotl, a nice little bnsine.s town and
laces.Mr. USED FORPNEUMONIA-Dr. j. C. Weather Bureau U. S. Government.UMtfAIIY .
no relatives in America. lie was lately City Point tHtwe..n. Knilroiui station tmlli
*. J. W. Ives, of OJus, Fla., IH now Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., says, "I have b.ully bitten by a lOb ark. He had no en. roll A f OUST, llx)9.! : west. I'ontoflice and school near.

hie guest of Mr. and Mrs. F JI. Hudson used Foley's Honey and Tar In thre every emleii, being quiet, puncable and good l Mrs. James 4.lnler ban. returned to Highest temperature on the 2ht. M.I' Five acres of very line unit land near

The writer, In conversation with AIra severe cases of pneumonia" with good; results natured her home In Miami after a week's visit Lowest 10th. 7AO station (from which a little waa given for r
yes, learns that the vegetable growers I In In every case." l KefusesubntlluteSold with Mr. \Vm, Sander family.Mr. .
action houses) containing beautiful
U. R. Wilson .t Son. A nother strenuous effort ha been madeto Mean for the month. HII.
lie advance by
[ vicinity of Ojua are much In Sander for 21 81.1 young/ peach orchid of KX(( ) tr.r*, mostly
If establish. a school at Saint Lucie. Another Sam : I III having a lot of Average mean .
former years, *a they took advantage hi f' "In 11"10. 81.8\ In bearing, bore a fine crop" this year;
. f the and hv petition\ was presented for signatures / lumber h.tuled for shedding for pineapples Highest i
exceptional dry summer A Hare Chance. the first petition having been re as he expects to plant many more I.o.ellt.' "In 1)j1" 77.H fruit good size and exceedingly: rich
heir lands and other -
for tomatoes vegenblca jected. It seems strange/ with such excellent lips title f.iH. Rainfall In Inches . . . 1.:111 1 > flavor A little house near station al-
ready for planting, and are now teachers at Fort Pierce school Average: for :2.1: year. B.47 ways rents for ft or .1.50 per 'month
preparing seed beds, and if everything 11 10-100 acres, flfiO(; feet frontage! on the distance being short, and three goalways A baseball' game will be played next I Greatest It 101"110. . W.77 Kxperta pronounce this. soil particularly)
I roves favorable the crop in that section Indian and Banana rivers fil'" to 701( to reach it-by shell road, river anda Saturday between the Courtenay and Leant It In IDUO. 0.2H adapter! to grape culture. Il'lcIIb1111o-
If Dade county will be much earlier than half coming Into IndlanoU boys on the Indianola ground, 'UOX: 10 ,.o1
citrus trees dreMlng. ,
pleasant clean, walk by railroad' -that Prevailing direction of wind. . VK ,
Kt Mra. Ivea' husband Is one olie tangerines the game last week resulted favor ofIndjanola. Hanlne villa Fla. ,
bearing oranges, grapefruit 14i ,
largest ao much worry and trouble la taken, especially Number of clear day.
growers at Ojua.I kumquats, 5 bearing mangoes, when no school house or any .1 fair| .. 10 .

3 bearing avooadoes, 14.0UO bearing substitute la I to be bad, that is lit for It. There are a few more crate of pineapples .. cloudy 'a 3 A Fine Homo For Sale. ,
)ale County Land For Sale. pines, &OIi to.jflObearlng guavas,besIde mill! to be shipped from here .> .. days with rain. :. 11

crapes, bananas,persimmons,a nurseryof which will clone the season with u*. As I[Islam) Home,
For sale. cheap the northeast quarter. about 1.Oo0101Jr< orange trees ready CORED HEMORRHAGES OF THE all the growers expect to enlarge their Merrltts Inland, 11'1... A model southern home In South sod SIn
r southeast quarter of section, town to bud a few peach treell,3 acres vegetable LUNGS-"Several: years since my lungs fields this fall, the demand for slip will of lirevard count, on the Indian River,
lA'nd 4-lnrh' artesian well, large were so badly affected that I bad many the pineapple belt. Nice ;
Ip 38 close to far exceed the
south of 41 east supply.
'. K. Wood's, range ; oJr. wharf, drive well, 80ft water, 8-room hemorrhage," writes A. M. Ake, of ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILIlKKf If 0-room dwelling and out-bulldlngf. Ten
Lucie pineapple plantation dwelling,store building, packinghousetool : Wood, Ind. "I took treatment with several Mr. Jalma Lapham ha extended his you are, Ret one of Walton' Patent acre ID fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, '.f I

1 Also River; 40 acres. of north- house, warehouse, :2-ton Ice box, physicians without any benefit. I dock far enough out Into deep water for Calking Tool; Invaluable to boat- lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-rnost I
Kst the northeast quarter 88 2 acres of poultry yard. Fruit tbl then started to take Foley'n Honey and the steamer to make a landing sad/ deliver guilder* and owner of boata. Calk all have fruit on them. Ileautlful yards }\;

path quarter of section 18, township fork oft. will bring .:JOO to $*00. Ren Tar and my lungs are now M sound aa a guavas every other day for the boats more rapidly, than any other and Mower garden Will be sold at A \. l I
Lucle of range 41 east; on south year from vegetable land will' kt'pp groye. ballet. I recommend It In advanced belly factory. These are busy days calking tool In the world.' Price .4.00 bargain. For foil particulars address:
River; 40 acre*). Apply toCHAS. 1.. A. : il stages of long trouble." Sold by B. R. Indeed for the three jelly factories In and $1.00.each, at .ADYfCAT.oftlce, "0." S{I

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\, happy times when the cruel war snoiu RTE EAs'f COAST 0' FLORIDA

I'' '" Free and be over and they should be united. IS P.AItADlaa. RaGAUIED." '
I. eAla G1l"orfda
: Accented' Masons. never to port. f :
? While thUs' engaged there came
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i above the patter of the rain the tramp.
Ing of The lovers' faces FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. .
Indian No. 00 blanched with terror, for they knew
: -. that enemies were them. Got
,t River I TituevilleLodge. to the wIndow Patsy upon saw by the fain rig LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. In Effect June 8, 190Z

f light of the moon breaking; through the s +
/ \ Florida.
clouds that which caused her heart to lkk A ,4 4kNy IOUTHIOfID-RIAD DOWN. NORTHBOUND-IIUD tip
( Holds Its moetmnii the .e<*nnii and fourth Frl
i f'' day of each. month, at i the late .Armory, Tltuanlle. cease to beat and paralyzed her every N.. 39 No. Ta'No' l2Ds11y
at T::30 o'olork p. in. thought and motion. The yard was 8111 MAIM LINL I IND. 1
# J. h. Walker Womhlpfnt Manter' l ; ; :
... J. L.Carrutliern. Moo lor Warden b tilled with halt drunken guerrillas. L' I&flffkw ; I-_7T

T. H. dai.det., Junior: : ; Warden.J. WJien her speech at laxt came to her OO pi10 I 111a t v..................... Jack.onvtllo ..................A, 70' so d o.
M.lxon, Trianiuror.F. ................. n.Jsekaonvtlle.. ............. ....Lv 061p ,
Il A. Morgan, R0cretary, she turned to her lover, who was now .. 03pI1028aLv.Opal, a .......................811. Au"o.U"...................... II Op 8'2&. :
i It. F. Brow Chaplain. at her side, and said In scarcely audible 4'QF1r. 10P 102p ........................ .,B..tln" ..... II Ip 7(6a
1 ( J. B. Brreven Senior/ I>amm M U 00 p )::118p .........................:..:waIPaistks..Z.. ........... 4 U pl') 60.
I' R. E. Mlmft.Jr., Junior IJwoon. tones: ... Up ali.p ........................... N.olf........................... .17 p, e 17. '
e. O. Vl\nlanl.nJlu"n. Etanlor Steward "My God Reuben; It Is 'Sue' Mundy 64 .lIp 10Sp..........................Bonnetle..4 t4p e06a !
F.. M.Taylor,Junior Steward. 1'1 gip 1 Up ..........,............
P. W. Robert, Tyler. anti his gang. If they cutch you here, 191' 140p .................... .......................... alap P III'666sU (!I
LI It is certain death Oh what shall we 01' lUp .................... Dyrona; ........................... 'Up Ii :
-- ------- -- ---- -' ---- ...Yore ............. .
do?" t 89p 101 p ............ .. ...... Orange. .... .08.. Ii Jai 4 r:
...................... .... t ,.i
By this time the guerrillas were at ....... S/OSP/ ..................... 'pOskHhl... ............... 9/p/ .6h.... MgaClp 'I
" TragedyOf Kentucky, the door l: ....... a 21 I' ......... ...............Tltn.vile....... ................. f UP...... 1"
Girl's clamoring for admittance. ... w ...... 313P........................ cocoa. ......................... np....... /
Then It was that an Idea came to the oJ G ....... .01 P ....... ...........atoekiedt's......................... .1 1 I' ...... I Ioj
Error distressed ; ....... 630 .........................Esu 0.111............'............ to p ..... :7
( girl. (B ....... 439 p .......................Dteibourne......................... \1 82p .....;; 76.I
( w b41 Caused 'The old clock Reuben, get Into ,0 ....... 019p....... .... ........ ...leba.U.n ......................... 111111. ,...... JS
that she ::4 ....... 000p ..........................St. Luole...........................11 06. ....... ,r:
I Death of anti "It Is plenty large, and ....... OIOp.) ... ............. .....For*PI.-rcll........................ 11 00 a ... a"'
, ) they will never dlsffcver! you there." I ....... a aa" .........................Whl t V Clock Lover Tri-1Vcc1c1y Sailings ....... 011 p ...........................Tlbbsls........... ................10 Ua. ......
; The young man lost no time in clam 8 ....... t8 P .......................... .Eden. .......................... 10 W8's ...... .i ,
....... 1 aop ..'....... .........Jrn.en........................... 10 9e. ......: ; r
r A few miles from BnrtlRtown. Ky., bering the barrel of tho clock and YORK. .7 ....... oop ............................ ... ........................ 1) U. ...... j
bin sweetheart fastened the door. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW ....... 30p ........................Hope Bnuna........................ II t4. ... ..
lives Nathan Coleraln and his maiden with ...... 7947P .. ................ .Westluplter. ...... ............. II Ua ....,. I'i
f Bister, who Is now past middle life. Then a lighter heart, she admitted DS ........816P.' ....................LVcstPalmIleaoli..................... D8a.. ...... k!
the guerrillas, who were growling Calling: at Charleston S. C., both ways) ....... 842p ......................Borotoo; .1......................... 888...... F:
)i Miss Patsy Colernln la a lady of re and'cursing at the ....... 'Up .......................Ft.Isuderdalo...................... 7 86a .....: ",
x delay. .......... .......................
; finement and bears truces of great The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe .......10 Up .... ....... .r..emoll CUr.; 1DUa ... l
'I'I youthtul beauty. For nearly forty Filing through the long hall Into the Steamships ....... 1130PAr................ ........MI.mi .......................Lv 611. ......

tV years she has not gone beyond the precincts cozy sitting room. they took seats and BUFFET PARLOR CARS ON TRAIN 85 AND 78. -
demanded: refreshments: rainy left to Clyde New. England and Southern Lines.
I j of her own yard. There Is a -
comply with their demands but she Direct Between
tragic story connected with her estrangement BRANOn LINES SOIIEDtTLES.11I0. .
N NNo,67
f i from the world. und hardly left the dining room when Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
I In the hull 6f the Colernln mansion she heard 1 the jaiorrlllnn raving and N..66 Ns.63 No.49 No.47 PALATRA Ne,46 No.49 Ne.80 No.84 NeN
cursing and the report of flrcurms.Iteallzlng Dally. Daily Dally Dd.y Daily BRANDS. Ds1iy Daily Dally Deily Da
Is an old fashioned clock over 100 (Calling at Charleston, S, C., both ways)
the "worst she hurried back 8 P Ip 81 P D v 'e atka An l e f p 00 p
years old., It Is ono of the big clocks SEMI-WEEKLY SAILIVGSi 841s ArEPslatkaLv 600s Beea
''to I and reached tile hall Just In time to Southbound....................... ,.. ...... .... ..,...... .......... ..from Lewis Wharf, Boston gO egbp ppjNoull.67
G, ao common in the early part of the last ivltnefw the murderous outlaws drag- Northbound..... ............ .......... .. ..... .....train foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville Ne,6B
; : century. Its hands! have not moved Dail4y BAN MATEO BRANCH. NeN
t Ring tho dead body of her lover from"" Dally DWpp

the: old clock. At this Juncture again St. Johns River Line. 61 a v........................ aetPslat ..,....................... ( 11
nuie tho tramp of horses followed by Clyde 30 s 80 n Ar. ................... .....San ............. .... ,......... g 86., 1 a f

more firing and commotion and (Oelinry Line.)
I t to: Patsy came n blank. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE; AND SANFORD. & 9'u I D.tly u 1LU119 Dslj, BR OIi E;yllin .Ludy Deily D.tIy _. Buc
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For weeks the girl hovered between Stopping at Palulka Aitor, St. Franc) Hermtanl (DeLand). Blue Spring intermediate land.imps
Ito and ] on the t.Jobu'.lUv..r.. 0 53p 4 p 4 g P O p95)) a ,v Jankeonvllie i TOO 8 40 r Ol p 8Up'' 1" p
( death a victim of brain fever.; STEAMER "J.OU1SK.: Capt. C. II. BROOK 6a p ga p 4 6I p 2 00 p I 0 88 a SJackeon'Ile Lv tl a Ii 82 a 13 82 p t 02 p 91ip fr
When tho disease left her she was but 19 APPOINTED 'ro BAIL A3 FOLLOWS ]S 80p i4 1' 030p 140p1010a ""PaboBeach, 620. 810a 220p 030pIS41 '

a l wreck of her former self When sherrew Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville .... .,... .. ..,..Tne dIlY' and Saturdays at 5 KM) I'. m. 30 108gp 0o p 44 p O gO p 3 00 p 110 80 a Ar Mayport Lv 6 00 a I 4(1 a 103 m 0 10 p; 7 p'
stronger' they told her that she Leave Sanr..rd.. .. .. ........ ....... ... .... .... ...... ...Monday. ana Thursday at A tuO a. m.
1 Dixie Flyer Routs Sleeping Car operated on train.a and 90,
ind neglected to conceal I her lover's Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.A. s i
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overcoat(' nnd gloves that the guvrrlllaallscovered ,
> .. ..*. tt BANFORD ND. 12No.' a No. 1 OBANOM CITY No. I No..
them and Instituted a C. HAGKUTY, Eae 'n I a Agt. M.IROS.\tOSAER..lI& Met Uen. Fans. Aft.1U I BB.ANOS Dally I Dally.. I lJ.,17 I BRANOH;
State St., New York 204 Went' Bay Jacksonville, Fla.' Dally ; Doily 111111T
iparch for tho young soldier, that the TKOS. D.HALEY.Local Fret K htA g ant, 10. P.LOV EL L, Ass c. "la. ,; l....... p' ,v..N. tiro" .......Ar
otter threw open the door of the clock foot Iti"Kun St., Jacknoiivllle. Fla. | foot Hogan' Kt., Jacksonville,Fla. 7 18 .....,.... ........ 07 p'' ...$.J..;, "1..L..k. B.-len.Lv.) ,
>'reHumahlwith the hope of JOHN. HOWARD\ Superintendent Foot Hogan St., Jaokgonvllle.. S ftS .1 L........ Oste"n..Lv 1I11 s Lv..Orangs Ci-tr..Lv .1J
making THEO. O. KOKK: general Manager. \VM.P CLYMK: a t'n.. General! Agents. 8 6/ L..EntAorprl..Lv 1180 a Ar.Orange City ..Iet.Lv .
{ t l ils encupewhen; lie was shot and In- CIiuasbrmiKl; Un lid inK. 1"State St..Opposite Battery Park Now Turk.O. '' II 80. A..Sanlord .....Lv 11 00 a (
t ) II1H / B tautly killed. About tills time a de- II. 'V AVALTON. Agent Titusvllle, 1 13. .
/ 'J'he.eTlme Tables show the ttm iii at wha-h train may be expected to arrive and d.po"
acliment of young Morehend's command -_ ---------- -- --- -- from the several Btatloni. bur their arrival or departure at the times stated ia nut guerna
ti swooped down upon the guerrllas nor dooo. the Company hold luelt roiponslble for any delay or any oonoequeixo arising,UiutlJrom.

1! anti'put them to flight./ SEA..JB<>A.R.DAIR :
This story reads like fiction but Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Mlama.

nevertheless. eVl'r)' word of It Is true: LINE RAILWAY. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
? 9h"l Is before stated<< one of the actors

till lives'', nod the old clock with deuced SOUTHBOUND. NORTHBOUND.

woodwork and motionless mahlnery Capital City Route. 74?. Mtamft,Mono..VfrA..................U 0' p Lv. Havana,Toe.. Tbur. .................10(Oil
stands. In the self same spot Ar. Key Weet ueu. Thuri............... 80 pAr. Key; Went,Tues.Timrs............... 4 Dp
kc.Js.1"EIEk t did The Shortest Route. Lv. Key Welt,Tueo. Thuro............... 7 30 p Lv. Key; West Tues.Thur... "Slpf
: on that tll'pntltnllllJbt, its brazen A r. Havana.. Wmi". Frln. .................. 6 OO a Ar.MiamiWeds. Frls. 6 h]
lands still marking the hour tout the #
The Best Line.
Tor copy of Loon Time Card address any Agent.
rave young soldier met his Ignomlnl-
us death.TO Only Due with Double Daily: Service, Including; Hundays to J. D. RAIINER Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent. ST. AUGUSTINE,FLA.I IFOR.



'.ike Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets WITH PULMAN'S BEST UAU5. V_ VV_V_ :L"; Lh<=.."II...._,,_.,_
.druggists-refund the money It it fails 'The Florida Metropolitan\ Limited, a solid ventibaled train, St. Augustine and
: o 10Ul'e. E. \V. Grove's signature Is on Jacksonville to New York connistlnnof/ Dining/ Compartment, Composite, -
: Mill box 2.'icts. Observation and Drawing Room Sleeping Curs. RI..hmond
Washington Baltimore
:::..-- Only line opeiatlng dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Orleans Philadeslphia BostonCnattanoogta

/ New Honda In Maminrhnartt. For sleeper reservations and further I information write Atlanta

.: Much of I the new road built In Mas- A. O. MAcDONELL: Aunt. Gen. Puss. A/(t. Jacksonville, Florida. A.h".iUe Louisville
.. e lIelmMl'l1M has coHt abOUt $3,5iO; ( n mile, J. M. BAKU, R. E. L. HUNCH Cincinnati Louis :Kansas CityPittsburrf

/ TUB HODY WAR UllAUfJKD FIIUMTilKCLUCK.H : lpI anUih the .n.fat. fur the afrit., t..A, t*..*..<. I.. V. 1' *: O. M., Oen. Pass. Agt. Detroit ClevelandChicago

I ono fateful night, in IMIH when II Ins,;: to the grades, met in many '1'1IUIIS.. PORTS;MOUTH, VA. etc.

uy.Hl! nil !linixtrtuiit port In a bloody anioniitH to about $7r.K( ) The material -- -- .- -- -- --- -- -- .- --- -
I troll ety tluit broke ;MHH| Patsy' Cole- wills mncniliiin. Mal ntenuuce charged "

': ll rain's heart iind enveloped bar life In n run about $100 a mile n year. TbocciiuiiilHHlon MONTEAGLE TENNESSEE. iheSOU1I1RN

' pull of gloom tout will over tie lifted lies succeeded) in I
I this side of the Krnve. something under the levels at

I In 1.S01 Mls Patsy Coleraln was conxldored which they begun), and tills has helped The Resort of the Cumberland Mountains.

I onu of the htuulsomest young to: win pop llnr approval for the worU. RAILWAYROUTE
d... \\-onien In Nelson coullt)'. Of an old Concerning tinl l benefits coining from It. Situated on the line of the Nashville, Chattanooga antI St: Louis, K'y.

I line family wealthy her own name, the MnfiHuohUMotla folk\ stem to be of

b y she was ntiturtilly much Bought after out mind. Time waved In trnvol. less Dixie Flyer Route OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
and had suitors by the eeore.'Ot course strain on horses anti vehicles economy
she had but ono choice-, and that was of In trnnult thin last often
1 power ( THe Southern's Palm Limited
Excursion tickets Bold from all points In Florida. For Illustrated Book,
Reuben Moreheiul n descendant of one l'pocl1ln33:{ nntl even 50 per cent, .

oC Kentucky's governors, who claimed\ cheaper uiid more oxiiedlllous ncrenri descriptive matter, rates, schedule and other Information' THe Washington RicHmond and

Nelson county an his blrthplftc./ : Young to: nisi'kets and more trade and brnptlt\ write to, or call on Florida Limited
Jlorebead was an orphan'vlio hud from casual I visitors or lucre or> less
c been reared by a neighboring, turner.f 't-niinnent reHl
f Patsy had known him all her life and o'lletic of the roads are among the. 21j: Wnst Day Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
had loved him us fur back uw she could ndrantirKoa clnlniod. and apparently! THE EAST.
C. E. HARMAN: Oen. Pass. Agt. n.o'. SMITH, Truffle Manager
t romeiub er.. with jllllll('('. as the results of the eoui-
The wa#' broke out. and Reuben took 1lIII1I11IQII'M work.Young. Atlanta, Oa. Nashville, Toon.Atlantic THe Chicago and Florida Special

up anus for the iiorlh. Then followed .
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THe Florida Limited
Mad duys for the young gIrl. Her father

a '' sickened and 1111'11.lnd her only I TO THE MOXTH AND WEST.

brother was In tho fur south battling PlantsEvery Coast Line .
for the Confederacy. Thus who wasL R'y1The

I loft with only the faithful negro slaves! Pullman Sleeping: Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via

and a nephew barely lu his tecue.I farmer Asheville through "The Land of the Sky."
), At this Unit the neighborhood was knows that Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated la

I 1 full of (guerrillas.; "Sue":: Mtindy nnd some plants grow better than To the East Via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line runs over Its own rails to connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway

,I; his gang were tl'M'ol'I7.luthat entire others. Soil may be the same Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington; thence via Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
A nectlon find soldiers und civilians
"' alike Pennsylvania Railway. trains.
I were falling( nt their bnt'dl. Tho outlaws and seed may seem the same
wero frenupiitly at the Coleraln but some plants are weak and To the West< The L A: N, via Montgomery.The: ii. Jfc: O. Railway Montgomery.: Ask fir Ticket via Southern Railway. Correspondence Solicited.H. .

house and, while 1'atsy had never others "
Buffered any lnUIru'Uea J( from them she strong. To the East via Stoixmshlp Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
I was In constant terror lent she might. I And that's the way with Philadelphia and Uoston. via Savannah and Merchants Miners F. CAREY, Fla. P... Agt., 108 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

Ono rainy night la April, ISO I I. Miss' children. They like Transportation Company for UI ltlmol'e.To .
H are young Key West and Havana, vlaFort Tampa Peninsular. & Occidental Steamslilpi S. H. HARDVICK, V. H. TAYLOE,
Ooleralii was sitting before a cheerful food
Same home
tiro, her mind busy with thoughts of plants. same General Pasmnger Agent, Aa.'t C
9 3 her absent lover, when suddenly the same care but some grow big 5UMM::>c1Z. TOUII.JSTS: : : TXO ETS T/iahlntlon D. C. Atlanta, Ca.Js .

t ) dour opened and young Morebeuil, nt- and strong while others stay will be on sale throughout the Northern' Eastern, Western and Southern States toaU >sa .. )b Ih'liin it 1.I.lIItIoomonltol'OI.: stood before small and weak.Scott's SUMMER REPORTS, via the Atlantic Coast Line, during tho season of 1902,
t' her. Itofore 81.1g could speak tho limited I to return until Xov. 31tt, with liberal stopover pri llodRcs.

: y young soldier caught her In his arms Emulsion offers an Addresses of parties the north Kent to the undersigned/ will be liberally sup- < -- -- --.. -<

i' and showered lUstlt'slpon: her 1 blushing way out of the difficulty. lied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
1 easy
'( face. Child weakness often means For Information as to rates sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE,

I t I A second Liter slm broko from his FRANK C HOYLSTOX, J. A. TAYLOR,

t" embrace, 1111<1. trembling with fright, starvation, not because of lack Commercial Agent./ Trav. Puss. Agent."3 Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada

3 she remonstrated with him for \ilnrliigin of food, but because the food JACKbOXVILT/K, FLA.

leave UU commund: and come there does not feed. T. M.\ EMF.RSOX, II. :M.: EMERSON', W. J. CRAIG I PRICE, .-1.00 and $8.00 EACH. Should be used by every :Boat Builder II.
I r As..t. Traffic Jcn'l. Pass
i alone. The country she mildvas Tratllo Manager. Mgr ApentWHITE'S
1 H, bwnrmlng with guerrillas and other Scott's Emulsion really feeds WILMINGTON, X. C. In Use by some of lie Principal Boat. Builders In the United Stale1

1}( enemies to his CIIUHU. niul, that If hoi and gives the child growing -.- -- -- for Sale by
: was caught there his life would pay
I strength. Pritchard & Son
fi 4' the penalty lap soon reussured her.honever .
riTUSVILLE F, ';.r1.
Whatever the of weakness .rf
; cause \ ,
.! and 1 vomlnced her that ho ,
4 I' 1 ) could reach his linen which wvro not and failure to grow- o RISiIF$1! SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDKK:> _|
t.i i't "'". fjir away without the least.. danger/ to Scott's Emulsion seems to findit ---.,. -- --- -- .- -

in ir, lIlaw1t'lt.fI For 2 O eaiTHanSTairW r.:1.: r.2rnad1:t. Vl1YH
Happy to hiv: hm! with her, she and set the'matter right. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Send for free C>> x::>> ::13r: AI.L ::JOIa.: U Cir c; Z&T&. '
i 111.tltJl'd t him old and minpt*
the sofa
;. I t IM I up on Scott & Down..ClirmiaU: ,4'>q Pearl HI..New York I'reparedb7-. -. o! !'r1ES F'. BALLAIU, St. Lous.!
f r l I ; 1"j.tL" they talked of love and till yjc. audit.uualldrusnuaa; -- -_-_-_-- ----- dots all kinds of ;Coaamerclal:: Stationery, Wedding Stationery Cards, p

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: IAN RIVER: : :MOTEL:: ': r, Grading and Pecking. How a German Put to nnAiixTlcmi The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block.

.trlea w( I............. ( IPI.
ON-'ruE.IYlJIAX-RI VEIL, To know Just when to pick a muskmelon "A thing! a.loutII1CI'II'allll\ which has

TITUSVILLE, is a matter of judgment acquired I urprlut< il uie wore than anything else," !I PATENTED IN THE UNITED STATES and all CIVILIZED COlINTRIHBt.
only by a practical acquaintance suiii a in; ('UIlIIIII'lh.t who has been vis

FLORIDA. with melons. Each variety has Ua King In V-w Y..rlt city tor six mouth
characteristic coloring when rlp?. Th punt, "i I< Hint with all your patriotism SELF-LOCKING TACKLE BLOCK: whlch'has} Just been
stem end colors and softens flrt. This you kn ",. s" little tibout the geography in all the civilized countries throughout/ the world wIIB

J. O. BAST part furnishes the signal for picking of your ""ui oouutry. to say uo Ulun of It'I'hltl<1 lower like any block and! tR'k'.lIlItl1,1.' STOP ANI'"'
I Proprietor. The melon must be1 picked before It tho rest, ..I't t.I its world" .\ wheneverneeded.* Soft Rope', 'Vinr

There: wore Mt'I'I'ul111'I'lcIlIIS In thin, Cliulu can be used
( Nothing( t.oofl't/ out of order,any person
circle, and they looked rattier Bur!
DUCK SIIOOTIN 1'\\ NO CLEAT NKKDKI: ). The name device !19 used rCII..I'k r-
prised. None of the oke.
well > They
-, mid Deck Block. Will hoist, lower nndjlock at wilt frunfr
g I knew that they were weak In geogra
and FISHING. phi' ,a 1111 that hero was a challenge J below or at any height, upside down or nt any anile, an ounce CMP :'JStoiis -

._....r t ... -.. __' .... which according to the .size, nllclllhlll't; > of the tackle block
would' have to [IIllt8. Only OMT-
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---- --;-------- =- ...;;_.. Rates f2/iOperday./ : .. Not .." a bright young woman ot rope, chain or wire rope I in 1I"I.tlllt" time. Thefnune' pulley does 'ur-

: -:,- twenty, who rushed Into the breach each There! js no ratchet teeth to cut tho rope, or trigger attachment

$10 and $12 per week. with her" head In the air. to tills device.The .

"We Oi" know the geography of our Self-Locking Tackle Block I is, necessary. for YnrhM, and Vdels **-

country. she sold decidedly: "Of of nil kind, Bridge/ mid House Building, Aerial Trolleys! Railroads -
JACKSONVILLE.f : course we do. Every child learns It III
school." Quarries, Lumbermen!' Warehouses, Masons, }Foundries Marine Senricfv

"Might I ask you a question or two" Mines' Machine Shops, Steamboats, Stage Scenery Painters, Circuses Brewer .

the foreigner said quietly. "The names I.! ..., Well. Stables, Harness. Rooms, Hurdlers, TannerieH. Slaughter/ Hoiraem,

f VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. of the mpltals'' of some of your states. Factories of all kinds", ; for use. In hoisting. 'ashes, and for farms plantations.,,.

p'M for Instil: 11(01""Certainly. Fire Em-apes, Fire IepartnieniH, I Rigger Can also lie\ !llIl'llln the Protection1

I'll bo glad to answer" of Fruit Trees amid /gathering; of Fruit and Vegetables/ stretching wires azu1'

And she, nodded conlldently at tho ropes of all kind, Hoisting/ Flags, dumb Waiters/ F.levatorti: :Sail Boats. of alt
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- young American man who was already klmU Awnings' Tents Blind
/ > llloycles, F.lcctrlo: Light/ purposes. Sash Llghttt,
beginning; to fear for her
novated. Newly furnished in Meat Markets and Stores of all kinds/ Hunting( / Camps\ 1\1I.ll'rlvnte House,,
throughout. Liberally conducted . 7 "What Is the capital/ of Masnacliusetts
?" eons lila first question. from the kitchen to the bed room In fae.t. it can be used with /great utility

Rates $2.50 per day and up. "Boston !t" was tho prompt answer wherever a tackle block is needed It naves time, money and labor, Dot no tying:

B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. from the jtlrl. or fastening! / of the rope or chain to (cleat or anything rise, lit needed

"..lndoforth: Carolina" All klndsjand% all sizes ran be used either ashore or aboard ship, and wiiF

PACKING IN BVHIIET.BASh.ETS.AND TWELVE QUART That seemed to puzzle her n little, not cost. much more than tho ordinary/ pulley blol'kll.frox':-; PATENT":

and It was a full minute before she answered :SELF-LOCKING TACKLE: BLOCK similar In shape, weight and size
to theirdinary -
iSTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE baa softened at thin. critical 1 point It "Charleston!
,( pulley blocks tlll'Vl'l'Y day use' and Is innde in tllll\'rtmt'lhal'esapt"
FLA. Is not loss important to grade melons! The foreigner smiled, but mnilo no '
I gUes: to suit all purposes There la absolutely nothing to out of IDr
than peaches or apples unit no progressive effort to correct her "What Is the / get order
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- fruit grower dreams of marketing highest mountain In tho United I ills no spring, wedge teeth or trigger rope; and soft rope, chain and wito-

these fruits without eroding States" he asked I rope can be'used In the (same! .block. -
ed this season. Fine and
.cooking/ good table. Hot and Cold Water
them. Grading according to slue Is a "7t'. not fair to risk about mountains. A miniplo of the pulley block may hi; seen at the EAST COAST ADVOOAfK:

Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All distinct advantage! because! It frequently ." xlio protested.. "You said I I illU-e, '['I tllMV lilt', Fin.
happens that one consumer desiresa didn't know the capitals"'ON.Inventul' '
J. O.
street cars pass the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.50 ,
per day. small size, while another prefers nlarger "The capital of Illinois Is?"
of the above also Patent Tool
; Calking for floats Etc: ,
The work of
grade. grading and .Cbl- "
Mrs. A. WALKER, Proprietor. pl'lnltleld. I mean Olllces! : New York, lloston and '!Tltusvllla Fl 1'1' .
packing can be clone best on n properly "Of Montana?" J
constructed grading table In the For the life of her she could not

Corner Main and Adams packing house or In n shaded corner of think or In "It's .
.tw VICTORIA HOTEL Sts. n town Montana ----------- -- -- -- --- -- --- ------ f
;, JACKSONVILLE FLA. the 'Held. The packing house ia tho been L an /use since I studied geography," Ofllclal'! Supply louse. of The Illinois. Fishermen's. Association.. \
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bt'd'II\t\ ( ( however.In she explained." ---- ;

Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates 2.00 and $2.50/ per western! New York there arc three "Your /miHwers' were better than thoaverage. rhc' Chicago Net and Twine Co.Manufacturers .
typos of packages vvlvp. pound baskets ." mild the man. "You got; one
day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to ?l.OO each
person. !bushel baskets nnd/ crates. The right out of four. As I sold American of- f

R. BLXLEU Proprietor. twelve pound basket usually holds sixteen seogrnpliy surprises me."-New York .

melons, while the bushel !basket Tribune. fot .
SKABKKKZK.e and the crate bold from thirty to forty-. s.O ttr

five melons each. A favorite size of the lit Yours a DjNpoptlc.R. .. -.
crate Is I 0 by 11 by _2 inches. Hnskpti
U. (KuHter :31$ S. id St., :Suit: Lake
neat and handled but ,
are easily are
[ Clarendon Inn and the Breakers
SEABREEZE not suitable for 'shipping fruit to distant City, write: "I have been bothered with .
dyspepsia or Indigestion for :21 years;
markets.! For long distance ship- C
lied doctors
, many wlthonC.l'ellef; recently -
. UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. went the crate is undoubtedly the best I I Rot n bottle of Jlerblno.. Ono bottle '

J These- package, economy of space' and ease of cured me. I am now tapering oil on the
two commodious houses at Seabreeze the most popular summer re- bundling considered. In western New second. I have recommended I it to my FISHING NETS and Netting of Every DOl crlptlon. (;
sort In Florida will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during the rleiulH Is M
too.11 Bout
York most of the product la shipped by ; curing them I
;Ooiklers'tn Seine Twine, Maitre COl'd. Rope' "':tc. ,
summer season of 1002.) Professor Sandold'a Orchestra, from New York, cannlbout Netted Gem packs nicelyin at ItJt.' \Vilnou & Hon's. Prices
Originators Wholesale) direct to the Fishermen. ,
will play daily afternoon and twelve pound baskets while the
evening. .
7081.81: E. Indiana St. Chicago) Ill.
Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table and every attention to their larger varieties, like Surprise, are more ...Mention The ADVOOATB In your letter.,
comfort. Rates conveniently bandied In bushel 1 bas --- .- --- aWe
$3 to f 2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special The Prnrllv W.a Inatltntrd bjr the lflnols
kets. It Is doubtful however, if growers are Member' .of the<<... !! !._Fishermen's.. Association I
rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST, Seabreeze Fla. I'.nrlr l1u...... 11 u I..... .
could afford to use this package; Itshlpp'll
The IJI'uctil'e of kissing tile hands .
by rnllwn-J. Craig, New -
InslUuted by the early Itouiuu
'SEABREEZE York Station. -- rulers' us a mark/ of subjection as much IF YOU WANT A. 4
Sea Side Inn I ..
ae I n.l&lIIln.c G..p.. is one uf respect, and under the first" .
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(DAYTONA) FLA. This pays for home use when you Ca'Hiir the custom was kept up but

Opposite KeatlD '8 New Casino and Pic-r. This handsome new modern want buuches the are bent. much you can liner,get.ripen Bagged wore only ThfHo for a worthies tile conceived tho (Idea .Building Lot

hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach in Florida: Is now open for evenly, have more bloom and nro bet hat the proper homage: due to their .. ,

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining ter in every way, but are possibly a xalted station called, fogless familiar t

Room overlooking ocean Fine cuisine and service Terms $7 to 1$10 per few days later in 11I'nlng.| Thin nodes of "hclMII nl..', ilO the privilege or a lot with a RUILWNO[ RKAttY Foil OCCUPANCY
week. JAS. II. JOHNSON=' & SONS. skinned varieties especially, like Concord of kissing tin! emperor's' bund/ wim reserved -
I Its u HptH'lul. mark of coiidescen- '* LAND FOll AN OWAXOK GROVE,
Ster House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, Florida. are very Improved. buy d
lon dlHtliictloii for otUcerv of high
two pound manila bugs such an grocers -
-- use. These !bags lust two years
WEST PALM nl A.CU. and cost only a few cents n hundred.A No such restriction, however, was Wo probably have fur ,sale just what you are Reeklll ,
of pins is also. required. I placed on the emperors' themselves. *
paper In but still there Is If
are Hocking room. you ava
who wished anlgmtl
if they to con
slip the bag over the bunch, wake a
double fold of the top and stick a pin honor on any of their milij<'ct.. kissed looking: this wny, drop a line to I
he Leamington WEST PALM BEACn, tbrouh, and there you are until the Itlier tin mouths or tilt eyes of those i

FLORIDA.W. bunches are ripe. says a Maryland hey wished specially i to favor the kiss JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3"'Vicr.rre.l,1ent.'
generally UiUiuatlng some promotion
grower. I.omUA EAST COAST) IVY
MutUfiictlon for
C. ERNST, Manager ( r pei-Hoiml some
A Plant nr.*Uli,. Confri. chlevt'iiit'iit. ST. AUOUHTINK. FLAX
On Lake Worth opposite Postoflice and business bouses. Large verandas. \ The council of the Horticultural Society Roman futliers considered, the prac-

of New York announces that it Ice of klHHlug of so dvllcute a nature
Strictly first-class. Summer Rates $2 per day. Special by the week. bus completed arrangements for hold- that they never klssvif their wives In CE3: ASB I. VM dc GO. ,.

... -- -- _. hilt an International conference on the preHeiicof their daughters. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
slf a sea w. u.r .t.,
HENDKKSONVIL.L.E, N. C. plant breeding mid hybridization, the Then too. only the neurent relativeswere ,
dates selected being Hept. 30 and Oct. 1 ullimed t I) kUs their kindred of r

and 2 of the present' year and the place the /gentler" sox on (lie mouth for In i

(GH PARK PLACE IIENDERSONVILLE N. C. the lecture hull of the llerkeley lyceum those days IIM now. klxNlng wan not n 4 r a
building: 1J-21 West Forty-fourth mere arbitrary sign but It WAS the FULL 6 Fuw. '

street New York. The programme' Includes spontaneous language, of the affections/

Old.Stone Mansion in a park 9f fifteen acre mi exhibit of hybrid plants, and especially that of love.

For Rooms and Terms address : papers by many of the most\ ('mlnt'nthOI.tclllturlllla Under the Romans Itt lover kissed t fXPRlSS
of the United States as his betrothed before nmrrlugo she inherited
Miw. FREDERIKA S. CANTWELL.NKAV welt( as by 1t'KRr""lIlI1ol'ln of I'arlH half of his worldly goods In the 4 PREPAID '.l REPAID

I Itui-brldgc of ubllii. Ireland: Saunders event of tIll death before the marriage t

YORK: of Canada Dull Hurst of England. }'. and If she died her heritage. $ zo $$2O
descended! to her nearest relatives. till hi ll t

Frrtllliln tti. 5'.a..b...,.. I '

From a careful study of the anatomy Itnired from the I>eiitl. I r 6QtS'r
'-ew York Furnished Rooms. of the strawberry plnnt the Wisconsin . .e
C. W. Landl."Porter"lnrtheOrientalhotel / 1
station IH of the opinion that a liberal
Clinoiite, Kan., save: "I know
] Well furnished rooms at 10 West 21st Street, New York. Southerners will top dressing with fine manure era very I what It wan to suffer with neuralgia. IDoz.I 4
fertile soli after the fruiting season I.the Is
deed I did. and I got a bottle of liallard's
I find this location desirable for shopping and is In close proximity to all
very ; most rational method of fertilizing Snow Liniment and I was 'raised from DELIVERED rOil i
f places of amusement. Address: the strawberry plantation. This llrl'.lI-i the dead I tried to Ret some more but 2 Qty
Ing the of the before I h' mil 'deposed' of my IxHtle, I '
\ SIre D. REMLINGE1t,10 W. 21st at.reet. New York. protects crowns plant I $12 U t'D4
from excessive summer heat and furnishes was cured entirely. I am tellin' do truth .o -

, the J'olmrootll/ with abundant r tlm." it.-ict: 0cts and $1 at U. It. WIN 'v." r
on it; Hon's,
nourishment throughout the growing I Au MilM for the l'nhlCt Jlrewlnt C<*.
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developing which
season strong plants
( larlborough are Able to More up In thv short stems I
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a food supply of reserve material for

the: first leaf growth the following r/-r/t/ V-- 't T alee.p- 1s ? emporarily.onttlpatlon

\ Broadway :10th and 37tb Streets, iNEW YORK. spring.. l..y asiuting; the

I 400 Room .200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted July In th. Flower Garden. bowels, but regular action cannot be secured the liver
secretes enough bile to mate the 111" 'unUIC: s
Keep down the weeds. .I't'Ctw7r
! on American and European plans, and la managed under the personal I Sow mignonette for late flowering. ? execute their natural functions.:

supervision of the owner. I Water the tuberous begonia well ural agitation enJ caused bycalhartlc5.
continual Increasing doses to
! E. S. CROWELL, Manager. I during drought. Wei -?r&dia attain the results. Unnttn ;
. Keep the dead flowers cut out of the i. .
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lerLiucoous border m-/Mr
i -- p "r/1ufUl{ ,

Stake tie up and pinch back the ,qJ;;ciire"Jhll io uric Ie rta on the'
: Broadway and 4Ut Street, chrysanthemums for fall blooming.\ .
hotel Yendome liveri cures ChiiiS

NEW YO2K.CITY.< Dnblln In ..mracr.Dahlias 4d'r. e and Fever: end every form:..!

i! will do well in most any soil, \ Malarial Bilious Remitting and Ihler

I FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet light or heavy. If It Is light a slight b"Pl'r&a; ( matting Fevers. and, by DS: to the'" .the
mulch daring July and will be
trouble, works permanent cure.
room. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good room $1.50; large rooms $2: ; and with of great benefit to tbem. Vie straw ...._ OJ __ FIFTY CENTS PIV DOTTLE.

private bath $2.0 pu day and opwaids. He msD g bandy. *,'" Filter tubes are now for sale a toffice
zonal supervision of the owner. FRANK ORUEN, Manager. this price 25cts; postage extra, II. JC. WILSON & 80S.F .


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) l'' The demand for these celebrated Paints has warranted our placing an order for a full carload.

We will be pleased to send color cards and quote prices. ,


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ICI I I IICI /l a: sr I 4747 tioners, No.' have 80,fully Laws complied of Florida with Chapter entitledan ''Robbins <& Graham Co

1 1I 1t act prescribing the method of obtain. WATCHESA

I I I JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS ing permits to sell liquors, wines and Incorporated.)
beer In certain ca* s.
41 1VeytItay' Street, On motion, It Is therefore ordered that PAID UP CAPITAL $.!5OOO.OO. 1

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ? a permit do Issue to tbe tax collector of This company owns
Brevard county Florida, to Issue State .
Largest stock lo this section of country. and county licences to the said petitioners Uli J& ILT :3D: S, FULL LINE: OF- oS5 1_ II

a Established la 18C8. for the fiscal year 1903.: "
4111 Bond of J. L. Anderson principal, In the Indian River Country; On the St..
Send for K
descriptive catalogue. Clocks
i,! with Wm. Anderson and W. F. Anderson t Lncle River; at New River and on Bay Watches and ,

as sureties, to carry a Marlin rifle
No. I5A005, caliber 32, was approved. BIscayne. Prices to snit the times. 0Jewelry
Liquid Sulphur Is Indorsed
r.. p III ,. and I Bond of II. J .Shirley as principal, with Send for Land List. [
prescribed by many leading physic i
John Kittles and Richard Rocker as sureties .
Brewing Asso's. fans throughout the State, for all blood to carry a Herrington d: Richardson Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla = .

and skin troubles. Hundreds of cases of pistol :No. 11200! cal. 38, was approved. and

Eczema and other skin diseases have Bond of Richard Rocker as principal, GEO. M. R.OBBL"I'8' F. A. MORGAN' Ei
t Famous St.Loots RegandBoo with L; K. Myers and H. J. Shirley as President. Actuary i
I tied Beer. been permanently) cured, after many sureties, to carry a Smith <&: Wesson pistol .. 0

I ( ) years standing) by the use of Hancock's No. 63070: caliber 32, was approved. Breyard Abstract of Title Co. Silverware, g i i
Sold Messrs. T.A. and
by Loeley ,
Liquid Sulphur. For sale by.) All bids for extending tbe "river road"from
I 9 d' ) E. L. Motlow TttniTllle.Flm. where it now stops -at tbe Hall WILL FURISHAbstracts

t 87 Mr. R.L. Motlow,Cocoa tla.I B. R. WILSON A: SOS, DRUGGISTS. north line to Hall place a distance of If of Title ALWAYS: IN STOCK. '0 a.;'

I miles, as a second class road were re :J
a JOSEPH ZAPF TITCSVILLE FLORIDA.. .jected. Excessive.All i FOR LANDS L"I'-' SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing e: "

_ I bids for road word in the Third Brevard County. of Fine Watches and Jewelry. -F422._ ::. t;;'
CommUctoner's district I laid over the \
;j Sole Agent. last for action, .. Office under Law. Offif A rtf All work warranted for 12 months. :,
were -- ----- --
I% BREVARD COUNTY CPMMIS- meeting Ontical Goods.
Excessive.All'l, GEO. M. ROBBIN'S.TITUSVILLE. ,

*, I 810 to 620 West Bay Street, SIONERS.The 1 bids for road work In the FLA. G. L. MANDAVILLE,

Commissioner's district, laid over at the 4
t' JACKSONVILLE FLA. last meeting for action were rejected as fl
Board was called to order the THE!: JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
on the commissioner of that district will. use East Coast Meat Market sores
tat, instant, by order of the Chairman.
I tbe convicts tbe roads.
) Present: J. R. Walker, let District; J. I
.( r= The bills were examined and
rI I R Mlot, 2nd District; R. A. Conkling, and G. V." DUREN Agent.TITUS Optical Graduate. Fully prepared tot;
finance committee ,
approved by ,
Successor to II. T. Whaler.
3rd District; J. C. Jones 4th District ordered be drawn for tbe all kinds of glasses and spectacles
warrants to
and J. F. Hell, 5th District; A. A. Stew.
same by the Board : -
Y yr w art, clerk; J, N. Wailer deputy sheriff. -0En
ki Minutes of the last regular Oeneral "'uo.l.J .-.. -.
( --/ enc E_ L_ :e D dz :seO.: : .
read and approved.On R Walker, Co Com and mileage S 6 00J. ,'
r. R. Mlot, 40 ::> I
i I1 t alf motion the resignation ofV.. 8. R A Conklinor: MM M 12 no -DEALERS IN'-
Norwood as supervisor of roads for tbe John C. Jonen, /1' :W 0'
first district of Brevard county is accep- J r Bell M M' jjt w : ,
ted and T J Cockabntt:: Reg Officer Ji-ino .......,. 6 20J -
L. K. J. Norton
Myers, S. J. I Y Brown, J -llnr .... ......... ......... 311 ooM We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZER:I
W. Osban, K. II. Boye, Tom Johnson .. ., Janitor ......... .. 600 We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all oon ui|
and N. M. Fish were placed 1n nomination wsittogonCoCom. .... ..... 6 OO
N. M. Fish elected till A Stewart, accountant ..... .. ..... ..... 15 00 _. U2 era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
was to tbe
exp onuupplea. .............. 44 b: E. L. BRADY: BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA
; vacancy caused by the resignation of ". report to Compt, etc.>... .... 270t ,
Mr. Norwood. Howler, ferryman ... ........ .......... HI') oil' I
The of J. M. Orrel et. al. C M Cooking, ferryman .. .. .... ......... 10 00 p:
report committee iectrto: Light Co., .. .. ... ....... 10 GO VILLE, FLORIDA. S. W. CARROLL
'ca marking and laying out a neighborhood John C Jones, copying minutes........ .. 3 o0A .
I rrr road at White City, WAS received D Penney salary county Judge ......, 25 ,jOT ,
A Robinson, ,game warden ... 40 on ,
and on motion tbe same. Is accepted. ; -Dealer In-
$ DURING THESE HOT DAYS Frank Forater right; of Wa for med. .... 80! oo
Report of County Judge and Tax Collector C T )I CllrlY, prep article for Com of Agri V5 00 N 4 JJ '
ut open up one of my bottles of of licenses collected during the W H Norwood. Reg Officer ,-mo. .. ....... II 20> GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES,!
1 ",gl month of August, 1W2! and A A rttewirt record rleetl. ....... ... 125 ,
II L Raulden, Salary Fr.on: Atty. ... .... ... 33 33 Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicited, i+
and drink to the health and prosperity offriends to $IT.. $ State, and 11.32: : County) was ("had. H..elll.witnees irmiient. .. .., HOt .
$ recefved. & W B Drew Co,supplies clerks' office 19 9'JH : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
I and self of Tax Collector polls collect. .> Carlton Del Re book .... ........ 1000
t Report
These goods are pure and wliole-ome. J P Brown, lIel HUB;book.. .... ....... as 00
Unexcelled for Holmes, strength and'Haver. ed during the month uf August, 100J 44 ,. carrying cone to camp.. ..... V4 (H ( and amounting to $J for 1'JOo! and $''l for JRW..lker&""prl) ... ... 1M INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
1001 wat received. J P Brown, draw and sum Jury Co Ct.. 25: 'no
'( HOB'!'. L. MOTLOW, N N .lIm ....cllli venire ... lot
of J, .F. Prevatt .. .
it 1i TITUSVILLB and COCOA FLA.I Report superintendent 44 waiting on ..... H OOT. TITUSVILLE FLA.

11'11' received.of roads sod suoervUorof of convicts .? I'ockuhntt. repairs" C to H and Jail"I..:. ....,. 2 ISO onLKMvem. Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity Sacked or loose. Special ittentioil

x was R M Moody.. .' 44 -M ..-uon HO paid ILA/kinT! ., -for-- Yachts *->.. for -fmllu-.-.... use. Fair A--ud-.'ttrtrr. .. ,ttx mv.-.. motto.
Letter F C. Gifford .
I L. A. Hildrutli of was received It L A HoltMtt, clenn. cos pool Jail 3 0" i --4:; r
and referred to Commissioner Junes of lewder, C4iltlu for i>after .. ... Mix -oCni. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.Special .
tF thai district. JV RA Wnlker,exit reiiioTinic paiifiers.... T'J in: ----: ___
+ Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Brands II R WIlHuu % rion, moil for paiiiwra ... I M --n- .-- u
R Bond of Edward English as principal, .. mod I IlIr lrI9"0..n .... 4 55N
...of... and W. R. Walker and O. 8. Worley as M 44 aiipplim for jail 2 UAtr )
l ( sureties to carry a Ivey Johnson pistol .. K I.yinan, pauper. ........... .... Hi ooleolMnhaui 2 Attention :

""t Rum Brandies Whiskeys, Gins No. 20,647 caliber Its, was received. J( !>>wl.... M' .. 10 goo 00 If Your House Goes op in Smoke
t Bond uf C. F. Fisher as principal, and )t Flitch. M goo
L. A. Brady and A. Brady as sureties to hurlty Padgett.; WooMcNellii
Bottled Ales Beer and Stout. .. "
Wines C : II 00 and you loose everythingit -OIVK\ TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
I carry a Winchester repeating rifle, No. '
L Tucker 10 MlA '
is own" fault.
I s The best whiskey and liquors served by JO,5I3: 1 anSI 4(1-82( caliber wars approved. bore 44 SIN' your
l polite and courteous attention. The treasurer's report was taken up, H I Haiti, Son' Fix: hn: urrinoo.: Hardware, Tinware Crockery, Glassware.]
Will Ann 800
i checked up, and Messrs. Bell and Conk- ,\fr... J. ('. Johnnon, .' .... ... ... ....1100 sufficient to cover t he value of the prop-
t A first clitsi line of foreign ting were appointed committee to destroy rlra (i. W Brook, 500BumanthaGrinu erty and household effects should be car Harness and Stoves.

and domestic cigars. the paid warrants turned over by .... .... ft 00 ried. Rates are not high. The companies I
a John Herring. .. 600Mrs
the with his Ho had are solvent reliable and lib
treasurer we represent ,
FAMILY and HOTEL TRADE Solicited report. II Prescott 6 ,,o J ClflrOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.]
his usual certificate of deposit attached ""I 1'rltotard .& Non indue rep C H.lail.. .. 4 60! eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
4 i Prompt and careful attention given to his report. J L Mohley palnlinr, rel"lr" .... 6H 90 Don't neglect to take out a policy.

;,' f t9 mail: orders accompanied by cash. Bond of E. A. Morgan; as principal and S McCllntoii. Keef; ..r, expand, Physician burial for. pauper..I 16 DonWJ. SO 8CHUYI.ER: 3IIAXMNG, Jas. FritCshard cSoma
O. A. Stewart and F. A. Morgan as sureties .
Road and Fund Dlst. No 1. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Bridge -
L. A. HILDRETH, to carry a Iver Johnson pistol, No. I
I 2U.I137, caliber 38, was approved Town of Tltusvllle, prop of 1U01, tax...... 190 89 Correspondence Invited. Postofflce Box 212, i

FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA J. I. Swiogon as principal and E. C. District No. 2. '

h 4 _- -- --- --- -- Johnson and E E. Jiwlnsou as sureties N M Finh.road work ./. M 44 BKKVAItU COUNTY TREASURER'S 21it"\,usvil1e. F oJida.
C PAndrU 4 W
Master's Male. to carry a hullo repeating rifle No. STATEJIKNT. _
180,807, and 25: 20 caliber was approved. District No.3.Tuwo September I>t, 1OO-*.
Reports of justices the peace G. W. of Ran Gallte, prop" of llrOl ..... 73 7ft Balance caiih on band,Aug lBtl'JOv! ...$ 8AA1411
&,))1 TTSOBR: AXD BY VIRTl'E or A FINAL Hclmyler, C. F. Conkling, J. M. Sanders Mollmiinie, M! 16 Amount received Aug 1XU.. .. .. HU'111I' P. Ruhlman & Co.
II decree in foreclosure entered In the Clr.; District :No. 4. <

cut'Court forth.)ttoventhjudlclal Circuit and W. L. Keefer were received. J C.lnn..ln91'f'Ct male ......'............ 2 oo Total. ........... .. ... ... ... .. .. ..* 11..13H
,f r of Florida In old for Hrevarcl O"UOI.In a CHUMtherein Clerk's duplicate report of pay roll for Town of Ft Pierce. prop of 1901 tax. ...... 0180 Le... warrants '|iaj P depending. wherein F. K heath and State's witnesses at the August term of k \III..r..uct nmtract 41(5) and delivered to County Commissionere : -
Executors of John heath are the County court, amounting to $96.6d l>< alley Johnson, road work. ... .. ........ 8 .00 an>l School BoarU.. .. .. .... .. .... 3,14.167 FLORIDAPIN"EA.PPLES
complainant* and J. P. Brown, as ailmlnletra-
tor of Joha: t3. Welle, et. al Are defendant: I Letter of C. H. Schuyler Is referred to District No. B. Balance on hand Sept 1st, 1902 .. ...16.37177ABOVB
will .Mill. at public/ sale In front of the CourtHouse : Commissioner Bell of that district. P 1'Cohh inline for road work.. 8 31
d l legal l bonn of sale. to the highest and best bid Bond of R. }:. Minis its principal, and J II Cnmpbul) A rton lumber for bridge.. M 201 l Deposited In. Indian River State Bank,
tierforceehonthe K. N. Andrews and .C. P. Platte as sureties I7eAhetein road. 4 noEJTrayiuir \ .ae per ('..I".r'. c..rtll'cat".II.tacheci
to carry a Smith: Wesson revolver, .. 6 I'll to monthly r..i>ort..loon. chuck not In f !,: 77
No. !TJ,33i: : caliber No. 32, was approved. F etc. 33 M Total........ ..... .,....... .. .. ....* 8.271: nBALAXUKS
f the name being the line Monday In the salil! Letters of A. Uustavson and Mrs.C. T Rorllilrropad(I : ....t,,... 9 noT :I BELONG I.." TO KACU rVXU AS VOIA
month and a legal.... uar, the following tiesrnbed M. Abdill In regard to taxation was J UeSteuben viewing mats 2 00 tows Sew York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association
real eai.te iltuatcd' In the County ofHrevard County Revenne-Aenenu Fund ,.. ...SI.OK5! 70
and State of Florida: or BO much thereof laid over until October meeting. Special Road I'uod-Dlat. No. 3. R..R'lao.ltirldg..uod. .. .... .... 4O4 61
.. will eaturj said decree and ci .t., to wilt Report of T* J. UeSteuben, et al, committee trey Lsww.n work on tirUlges; 9471 Building Fund ... ... I a 29 261 Washington St 1 l NEW YORK.
1 All of fractional Section Twenty-nine! (Ht), and making out a public road In Jen- RACu..kllnl.a..p.r rt>a.l. ....... tt 00 :: Fine and Forfeiture Fnnd.1400:::::: 61 03 Murray Street. } N. Y.
Town Melbourne! of 1901 144<>1101 .
of tax .
prop M Feeding Prisoner FundS 138 88
all of Lot Three((3) In Hwclon Thirty (30)), nil In and ? ?
l4 : South of Hunge son, was received accepted. LJnrgensenauppleefurconr........... 717ft | !C. Road Fnnd, New> Dint.No.; 1. ... .... m 16
Twenty-nix) Thirty
Township motion tbe. commissioner of the contract.. 40 00) .. .. .. .. .. .
I H4 even<47) Eait,containing Eighty-are! (e5)) acres On W R lloeacli" part payment on it 3.... .... 7'21'14
ntoreorlose. som/Minglethe: i'nlti: d states Survey lint district Is ordered to purchase tick. Hpeclal Road Fund-Dint No. 9. N It. .N. N 4 ... ...170112 ESTABLISHED! 1870.
I soil In llrevr County, rlorl.&. N N N N '.11.. .. .... 15/116
being eta to convey paupers; out of the State, Planters Security Hank, frt on shell.. 3R 00
County Game Warden Fund ....... .. .. 28 OO
F. A. MORGAN and a warrant Is ordered drawn fur$79.00to J M Orrel., roa III..t3 81'001111 l Master. do the same.Ai.plication FJ Bate .. 4 BOI County S.'b.M.I-t'lenflrat! Fund... .. .. .... 4 33 M. Lane
I E. Coon tools road 300 &
H. ,
.... ., .... Son
Special Tax School Di t.No.I. m 6O
of L. A. Illldreth 44
and H F Bell M 4 go M .. ... .. .. 2.. .. .. .. .. 241 I31I
hv blaster! Sale.UNJJIR Reuben Carlton, jr., for permits to sell J O Fries June,*.survey Jr.6 cars road shell..,. ........ Won 2H /SOM8 44 MM 4> It a.... ., .... 3(? jj;, ,

liquors No.wines 7, was and received beer, in and election orderedpublished distnct E. C. Luni.Fine and Sup.and Forfeiture Co lumber Fund.......... I OU Total.. .... ................. .. ....* .6,211.77T. 230 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

!: AXD: BY VrRTtTE!: OK .% DECREE according to law. H. Born, County Treaanrer.
D L Glluhlen. conv fees Co Ct..1 10 00
(k.enro.ud as.aleultered In the Clr Bond oIl,. rills jr., for contract No MM ISO: 20
IS cult Court of the Seventh Juillilal< Circuiti J r Brown pros Southern Fruit and Prodtw |
I Florida. In and for Hrevard County. In a cause. C, District No. 1, was approved and con A A Mtewart. III 04
therein pending: wherein' George II. t}rant, asadmlalitrator tract signed.! J Win M (Moore fernler,*. J"I' :2 SOBJPHmWIl In Hodgson

ITL of tbeKetat. of Jo.eph| r. Wool. On motion $.10I1I d Is transferred from tbe 44 44 .. M 4) OOMm )

ward. e..deceased= and:F., Is K. complainant MMtliennn. I: are, and dufeudantii Leona: T.I Fine and Forfeiture fund to Feeding A 8 Coats witness.. .". .". ...... HO) EAU GALLIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA. OO32C.L..3CLis:: : 3io.i.: .,. 3.v.E.rc..b2.a..G.ts..
4 q will sell at puljll'j aurtloD to the hlKhwe and Prisoners fund. Marine Railway.
l j e ben bidder for cash I In f font of the Court Houiiedour of Lawson for Feeding Prisoners Fund.
Bond fray contracts 7
at Tltuavllle Florida, during the legal J P Brown feeding prisoners..... ....... 14760 General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
t } hour of ami*on the and 8, District Xo. 3, was-approved and
,, ; i contract signed.On Board adlournod to meet first Monday .Special Facilities..
V motion It la ordered that the county In October, 1002, at 8:30 a. m. Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
the following real .estate situated'i. Brevard clerk purchase a look to be used only as I For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing .
County: Florida, Tim Lot nfteen (15)in)! Block '-
r thirty-nine ::3't) In White City accord hi K to the a road book by the county surveyor In A Wild ICicle For Life. Yachts and Launches.
pint, thereof on record In the County Clerk's ofUue which he shall copy In five sections the Hoy's
I bf tae County. roads. of each Commissioner's district, With family around expecting him to Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. OLJ"VJrr: : : :seO'aE': : :: : S,

t OEO. M. ROBBINS giving the meets and bounds of each die, and a son riding for life, IS miles, to
Surf Special. Master. road In their respective commissioner get Dr. King's :New Discovery for Con OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-

district. sumption, coughs and colds, W"I Brown, ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In ale Produce Commission Merchants.

Clothing Cle"ne(1. Dyed, Clerk's report of tax certificates redeemed -of Leesvllle, lod., endured death's ago- by boat owners In the United States.
or purchased during the monthof onles from .asthma but this wonderful Price .4.00 and $s.OO each at the ADVOCATE

t received. medicine relief and : office, Tltusrllle, Fla. Florida
August, 1UO2 was gave instant soon Pines Our
I I Frosted and Repaired. Iadles'dressel The petition of R. L. Motlow for precincts cured him. He writes: "I now sleep Specialty.

1; specialty. Address, Nos. 2 and 4, and of W. J. Tucker soundly every night." I.Ike marvelous Land For Sale.

a 6 SAM PERKINS for precinct No. 0, and of F. A. Losley, cures of consumption, pneumonia, bronchitis -

tt Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street for precinct No. 2, to sell liquors, wines coughs, colds and grip prove Its 17lg acres first-class pineapple land, 335 Washington Street
(I P. O. Box 253. Sanford Fla. and beer, in, the aforesaid precincts In matchless merit for all throat and lung desirable front, on St. Lucie river, at a ,

Urevard county, State of Florida, was troubles. Guaranteed: bottles 60c and bargain. For reasonable terms write, NEW

;rr- Reading notice ads. on this page taken up and it appearing to the satisfaction $1. Trial bottles free at B. R. Wilson 4k W. W. LrcK, YORK.

iJ p are tire cents per line per week. of the board that the said pet! Son's drug store. Tlbbals, Fla. References: Our 35: years record. Chatham National;: Bank NOW r'rt.4 .

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