East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
Creation Date:
September 12, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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OCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. -If you want a launch, cheap, road -Married, iu Titusville, on Tuesday THE GREAT BENEFACTOROF AMONG THE HOTELS.

-Look for W. W. LuceJ ad. page; S. the ad. on this page. evening September 1 U, 11MI2) Mr. William FLORIDA. -
Futch and Mrs. E. M. Swan.
1 Topics of General Interest. -Mr. Cebron Jones, of Miami, was a -Mr. Orlando Quarterman, of Cheater Where to stop In TltnsvlIIe See TI.
Shials, was a visitor in Tltusvllle, -Attorney George M. Robbing, of this
visitor, in: Tltusvllle on Monday and tusvllle\ hotel ad on our 7th page.
yesterday. place, left, Wednesday. for Jacksonville In a recent Issue of the Atlanta Journal -
THE ADVOCATE, Tuesday.Mr. lie expects. to return this morning.Mrs. was published a sketch of the Flaglo; Where to stop along the East Coaat.;

1.50 per annum, in advance. Elmer M. Stokes has been appointed -Miss Llllle Turner, of New Smyrna, Gymnasium, now nearing. completion See list of hotel on page 7.
$1.00 six months, *, postmaster at Roseland Brevarc arrived in Titusville, Tuesday, on a visitto AY'. J. Dyer and three children The article reads: "Realizing the need of
The ADVOCATK I Is file at; all
now on
Miss Ethel Wilson. of Stuart, have boon guests; at the home
'$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Fla. a gymnasium at the Florida Agricultural
the best hotels New York city.
of Mr. and this week.
Mrs. A.
Bradley, Mr. ( otherwise
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR TRAINEDBird College, Henry 1to'laltler,
lien you subscribe for the ADVO- -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. K.; Wilson, Dogs this season f Address Box -The]\ fish business at Tltusvllle Is known as the benefactor of Florida, In i R Visitors to Havana, Cuba' will find
it does not cost
'j'i by the year week, Included.te you. Titusville, on Monday, Sept $, 1002, a 112, Titusville, Fla. rapidly on the Increase; yesterday there letter to Mr. George Wilson, president of the ADVOCATE on tile every week at the
B cent per postage daughter. was shipped from this station more than the board of trustees of the Institution, A met loan Club. P

> date of expiration printed upon JCJT" We cannot guarantee to publish -Mr. G. F. Paddison, treasurer of the ninety barrels.Mr donated the sum of fJO.OOO to build provided The laplowooti Hotel, Maplewood,
week. This East Coast Lumber Co. of Eau Gallic
paper or wrapper every the legislature of Florida would
items that do not reach this office before N. II., will be kept open until October 1 i
,receipt for your money. No need noon on Thursdays was a visitor in Tltusvllle on Tuesday.Mr. Thos. II. Sanders, of Indlanola, equip the same, and as soon aa plans and the Maplewood( Cottage until October -

is to send receipt for subscription Bert Johnson left here, Tuesday who has been spending some time at were selected and contract awarded, work 13.The: .
-"Mr. S. O. Lewis, of Titusville, has Ashvlllo, N. C Is was a ofyesterday'
date gives It to you. for West Palm Beach where he has passenger was begun on this handsome structure.
been appointed a notary public for the southbound train eu route Duval hotel Jacksonville, ha
HE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on joined the Florida East Coast Railway This gymnasium Is pronounced by experts : ,
at the following news-stands, at fives State at large, by Governor Jennings.Mr. painters. home. to bo, without a doubt, the finest done a good; business this summer, and

per copytuavilleB.: Wm. M. Brown, president of the -Mis. L. A, Brady and son, Park- in the South. In style of architecture it they are now preparing for the fall rush '

R. Wilson & Son. Bank of Bay Biscayne, Miami, who has -Miss Edith Kltchlng, of Stuart, wasa hurst, of this, place, left, Monday, for Is Moorish. The building consists of a of tourists.

ncksonville-Duval hotel. been In New York, for some lime, returned passenger on the northbound train Boston, going via the Clyde line and basement and one story. The basement The Westmoreland hotel, Jacksonville,

'< News stand, Union depot to Titusville, on Monday. Tuesday, en route to New Oileana. Miss New York. They expect to be away contains a swimming; {pool :Illxlll, withnecessnrq : Is a first-olaxs hotel, and those IndianItlverltes
Kltching/ a trained nurse, and has met apparatus for boating same in
for a month or two. who bnvestopped there toll us
notice -There "will be a regular meeting of with much success. winter, dressing rooms and laboratories, that the management I la excellent.Mr. .
ads. are ten cents of Chapter No II Order of Brovnrd has two ,
Friendship The order of the PostofBce i county new post- while the main hall with its :34 fool telling -
line on this page. Eastern Star, on Tuesday evening nextat ment- for the of the Depart offices, which have been granted the past contains. the apparatus used In a Charles W. Rlpley, proprietor of
7:30 A full attendanceis closing postollloe at week.\ Them Eld red located the Marlon Mas( and the
Born to Mr. and Mrs. B. Kyzer, of p. m sharp. LaGrange: has been cancelled, and mall are just gymnasium, and a suspended running Slpplean, '
September 11 IDO'J!) ::! requested. there north of Ankona; and Tantle, located track, nine feet wide, encircling the) entire College Aim, Del.aml, 11"0 will have ;
Thursday ,
js on goes now, as formerly.
went of Fort Pierce. the restaurant privileges at the Meohan-
SEND 2 i CENTS IN STAMPS TO Inlet'lor. The building Is ItS feet
n. Jus. A. Abrams, Gainesville, Fla for -Mr. J. T. Dismukes, president of -Mrs. James T. Bassettand daughter, long and 70 foot wide. The last Issue, of los Fair lloston, this falls
Mr. W. C. Coleman, of Gainesville, the First National Bank, of St. Augustine the Architects' Review contained complete -
the "Raglau Two-Step, by W. C. Mrs. S J. Norton, accompanied by thelatter's TlleAMlIDwI\1I110tc.t at Lonox, ,
o spent several days in town last The latest and best rag- was a passenger on the south children, who have been spending ; plans. and specifications. and by under the management! of Mr. O. I).

k, left, Sunday, for his home. time March ever plI! lIsbed. 4t bound train Wednesday, en route to the past live weeks at Tallulah Falls\ those experts was pronounced to be a :Hoavey, will remain open uutll November -

Mrs. W. F Jibb and daughter, Bes- Fort Pierce. Oxford and Atlanta, Ga., are expectedto model building. lu every rnspoct. I 15, and It Is possible that the doors
; left Daytona, on Tuesday, for a two -:Mr. and !Mrs. R. T. McFadden, of -Express Agent Murphy, of this return home next Sunday\ or Monday.The "The architects are Snelllug A Potter, will not be closed until December 1.
Daytona who have been spending sometime of New Yak and, the contractorsare
friends at Barberville. has been the
ks visit with at Tyboe, Ga., returned home last place, neatly arranging Carlton building, at Fort Fierce, Ilarlowo it Co., of Jacksonville, Fla., The Tampa Bay Hotel und Realty
office of
_Miss Ella Singleton, of Rockledge, Fl'ldayaod have Informed the ADVOCATE: tbe lately.counter A new coat green paint used by Mr. L. A. Hlldroih: as saloon, The generosity of Mr. Flakier Is appreciated (Company) 'with an authoilzod capital of

l Ho had been serving on the county that they are glad to again be on the ; on of railing his oillco.B3T" greatly. impiovesthe was burned Saturday. night. The loss on by every chilleD of Florida" for In flIHIIOOO( >< <> was incorporated at Trenton,

adlng committee, left for home last East Coast of Florida. appearance the building and stock of liquors' Is between living; this gymnasium to Florida' lend N. J on September 8th Time company

iturday.SMr. -Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wllles, of Jensen : When answering advertisementsIn $IHK( () and fIIIO.( ) Mr. Carlton lug Institution has supplied the gloat- Is authorized: to develop real estate.
these columns, you would confer a had $3fuiO insurance on tbe building and set nand to the school." AHVOOATH Is In receipt of
T. Donnelly, of Indlanola, was who have been spending the sum- The a verylandsome
favor the advt. In the fixtures.Chas.. .
by saw
' attending to and of tying you ----- --- booklet, showing views of
i Titusville, last Friday, mer at Dorset, Vt., other places
>ine legal; business before Attorney Oeo. Interest, are now In New York city. i EAST will COAST receive A DVOOA.TE.better attention By so doing from M. Partridge, postmaster at MR. PLANT'S HUMANITY. the Menaiihant Hotel, and surrounding

((..Robbins..L They expect to return to Indian River you Sanford, when leaving Masonic mooting places: of Interest at Moiiiinliant, MUSH
about the 1st of October. the advertisers Monday night, fell headlong down This hotel Is under the management of
.' Miss Eleanor Hatter, of City -Miss Gertrude Mendel, of LaGrange, the stairs, breaking; his neck Dentil was. That Morton F. Plant, son of the late Mr Floyd Travis +
ved on Friday, for a few days visit -Captain George G. Gleason, superin- the southbound train immediate. Mr. Partridge was a highly Henry B. Plant who Is now president of
was a on : ,
passenger A hotel to cost f\OO.11OO: (> ( I.
of this and ton-atory
bh Mrs. J. P. Brown, place. tendent of the Florida Joust Line
citizen of Sanford and his the Peninsular and Occidental Steam 55
Wednesday, en route to Bassenger; Miss respected untimely undertaken Inanticipation
her home Tuesday. is in one of entoiprise
returned to>> on 'transportation Company's dredges,
e bo
tbe Mendel hat been appointed teacher of death Is much regretted ship Company, operating steamer of theWoild's Fair and the
Charles II. Stewart and Daytona, and reports that work on the Okechobee! school, and will com twcon 'l'a DI JIll mind Key West and Havana, '
continued of St. Louis It "will\
canals; between Daytona and :St. Augustine -Mr. Charles If. Walton, of the growth )
who have boen the term and ,also between Miami and Nassau,
of Melbourne, menco next Monday.Mr.
trrrrs., is rapidly.Mr. ADVOCATE, Is spending this week with the heart of the principal business
the at Daytona, the IIV.. I., III a friend i of dumb brutes as
summer George. Scoble.of the commission his brotln-r' Ctptnln .I. O. Walton, In center, on !Broadway! \ at the cornerof
Mr. and Mrs C. Nash, are now Trez. Feaster, retained to Titus- well us of humanity Is shown by the following Pine street ''
house Scobie Hughes, Norfolk, Boston They hope to complete arrangements \
kindness and
home. and account of his !gen
Melbourne ville'
ttheir \ from Miami, on Tuesday spenta
couple of days with his mother, at LaGrange Va after visit of nearly two weeks. '"rlhe manufacture of the'al. cruelty\ published In the Now Haven Messrs( Fletcher TnPlots' and J. n.
f-:Mr II. B. Shaw, superintendent ofe when he loft for St. Augustine, with his family here, will leave, tomorrow ton Self-Lucking Pulley Block, and have Rog'sler' : Thompson will open a Florida Hotel and
, houses of refuge for the district of !going to vtrlous points in them on the market at I an early date .
In of tile
the rotunda I
where lie will enter the employ of the "Men tun F. Plant, while driving past Tourist! Bureau
toiida, was a pleasant caller at this for of- Florida East Const Railway. Flat Ida. before returning to NorfolkMr. -Mr and Mrs. W It. Hairls.of" Tlbbals. the lutoi suet lull of the old Poqnonnoa Windsor. hotel, Jacksonville. at the beglunlng .

je on Saturday. lIe left on Sunday Cliailes II. Walton, editor and and Mr. and. Mrs R l H. Ilokoof Jensen, road with the maondam road to KiistoruI of the coming winter tourist. \

ILL AT F. M.\ TAYLOR'S PHOTO- of tho Floilda East Cuast Railway, W. Sackett, of St. Augustine; Dr. Seageis noon In the yawl, Maude( P.1 I Our, This weeks ago; suggested) the IJ"Clnof/ n to the travullng public, und will, no

graphic Gallery, Tltusvllle I and see left !St. Augustine on Sunday last, accompanied home the Ponce de Leon Hotel physician. j jovial paity are on a cruise on l Indian Fountain tit that point. Ho was told' that doubt moot every requirement! the

his samples of Photographs, Picture by Mis. Ooif, for their old spendtheir and Dr. Rapli E. Smith, of Jacksonville, river, and will extend their trip to Day the local societies, Children of the business.Tlie 'i

Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. In Greene, N. Y., where they will were a party of Floridians Hotel Marlborough tona. They are luvlnglI'an,1/ good American Revolution, had already votedto Jacksonville

'\lAlways something new. usual summer vacation. Broadway and 36th street Now time. put the spring on the farm (which forinerly 'l'lmes.Unlon1I1nd}
Citizen It I III stated 11100ood 't
I Goldsmith of the firm of York the first of the week covered all that section) Into such nay' : /
-Mr, M. F. ,
-Miss Aleph Mima, assistant teacher T-Mr. G. 1 11 Paddison. Wilmington., authority that a deal was made Inst week
would add to the comfort ,
l the Titusville High school, retut nod Uendry & Goldsmith, Fort I'ietce, who -Mrs. \V'. S. Branding, the wife cf N. C., uncle of Mr. G. .'. I'addison, J Eau shape as For the sale of the Sarasota Hotol prop- 4
of I the workmen of that neighborhood
ome last Saturday, after a very pleas- had been to the Northern markets layingIn the assistant cashier of Indian River HalHe\ who has boon In charge; of the oty located at Sarasota, and! owned by a '
who In to and fro to
weeks with Miss the fall and winter stock of goods for State Bank left torn East Coast: Lumber at passing stop enjoy stock of citizens ."
!at visit of several on Wednesday, Company's yard company, composed
cool delicious
essie Grlsard, at Winchester, Tenn. his firm, was a passenger! on Saturday'ssouthbound Fort few days visit In Jacksonville, after (Fort I i'ieice, has reslgnnil', and will return 1 the"Tin, the societies water.Intended to do as 1'ampa, of which company II. I.. Knight
train en route to. which she will to attend to his North Carolina home t> John Savarose vlce '
go; Mlddlebiirg, to wits president, -Preri-
' of Kansas could obtain ground and
-Mr. William Dodson, sonf Mere the marriage( ; of her sister Miss morrow. Mr Wm. Tylauder, of Orange soon as they dents 1C. A, Crowell secretary, and A, s .'
Dr. M. D. L. Dodson, of this place, Lillian Chalker who will wed Mr. Waiter bus hood appointed In his place permission to erect a permanent fountain C. 'lewis treasurer The name of the '
last and will lodge A. I). Penny, of this place, City, to the of the Revolutionary. '
riived In town Friday, memory
\Mend some time here, in taking care of left hero, :Saturday for Miami, where he, Bruce Prevatt, on Sunday, beptem. Mossis, K. J. Walker, Florida PMS- hero, Captain William Latham. ,Hircliuuor has not yet boon given out, 1'
ber'21 1002.Oliver but It was stated by one of the oillclals
Col. Williams ,
with his are
partner, "
of the Nashville Chattanooga .Mr. Plant offered to the
! at once
)ie Doctor, who shows some Improve- senger agent pay of the stock that the ,
lent each week. engaged; on a legal case of Importance. W., the famous racing ostrich, and M. Louis, and \Harry Bimft, cost of such fountain, provided! It company property ,
had beau sold to a rullroul syndicate '
Business of Importance recalled the died In Pennsylvania, last week, by Florida pimscngnt alAnt..r the Georgia should be made available for bath man '
-Capt. J, W. Fitzgerald, superintend- Judge nnd he returned to Titusville, on strangulation, becoming entangled In Southern and Florida' left Jacksonville mind beast. and! that the original/ Idea. of I'lil* naturally loads to the conclusion. '
Line' with that the Seaboard Air Line has bought
nt of the Plant Steamboat Tuesday! the harness, while getting; ready for the Tuesday night, for Montreal' Canada' to memorial fountain should be adhered
the hotel and will extend its line from
Fla. is at :
cadquarters at Port Tampa, annual ,
track. He 45; of and attend the thirteenth convention
-Miss Bessie Grlsard, of Winchester, race was years age,
looking after I to."The llraldentown. to Sarasota, and operate
resent: at Newport News Tenn. principal of tbe Cocoa High; was considered the most valuable bird of the American Association of TravelS accepted design covers all these
Mar the hutl,1 l .as a tourist resort. The price ,
he the Plant
repairs on school, accompanied by her brother, Mr. In tbe world and had been exhibited at < Passenger Agents jrovlsloiiMj and within a few clay the received fur the was not given
property /
iret. fairs.. the will be broken and the fountain I
throughout ground
Parker Grlsard arrived Tit usvllle last many country.
I -A dispatch to the New York World out, but It was learned that It did not
-Mr. and Mrs. Winslow Blsbee, of Saturday. Mr Grlsard will boa studentat The dead bird will be stuffed and keptat from Washington says; "Representative startud. The entire work will b" [paid lover the original cost of the hotel. ;h

few York, who have a fine winter borne Stetson University, DaLand, the comI the ostrich farm In Jacksonville. i, \ llolioi W. Davis, of Palatka' for' and presented to the town of (Jrotoo

t Lotus, write. Hint they expect to reach I lug term. I Sheriff Joseph P. Brown has, this will be mtrrlod, to Miss Nelle Keating, by this generous member of the Eastern
of this Point colony' himself .a Hon of time TO BE MARRIED.
heir Indian River home the last ,
New [e""rs, John R. Walker; Geo. W; week, arrested three white men lit Titus. of this city, In February. Mr. Davis I is American Revolution"

'eek. While they enjoy being in Scobie, Andrew Froscher, F. M. Taylor, vllle, charged; with being Implicated In :M veins old Miss Keating I I" a pretty ;-;:;; '
ork In the summer, they are always .1. '1'. Carruthers, Philip Roberts, John the mysterious murder of the colored girl of 22.: She Is cashier In a drug store ---- --- Curd have been received In Tltusvllle

lad to be on the East Coast of Florida Waller, and G. B. Boyett, are a party of woman Ada Lane, on tile morning of at Ninth street and Pennsylvania FLORIDA'S ORANGE CROP.Mr. announcing the coming marriage/ of Mr. .

ich winter. Tltusvllle Masons: who attended a meet- July 2xth. The men have not yet had a livenueDr.,," Julian 1'. Wilson, of Tltusvllle, son of J

.ET ONE OF WALTON'S RAPID Ing of the Cocoa lodge, last Saturday hearing, as the sheriff has further workon Ralph E. Smith of Jacksonville : Dr. II. R. Wilson, and Miss Ella R.
tbe before bringing It to trial. Marshall N formally, general McGuIre, daughter of Mrs.' 'I'heu.Hlcken,
Calking Tools If you want to Calk evening. After work in the third degree, case who has been spending some time In ,
Boat with rapidity. It held at the City The whole case will ferretted out, and agent of the Nashville, Chattanooga/ and of Lakeland. ,
lightning the lodge a banquet
your ; home the "
New York .
the of Brevard pn St. (loiiIs \Railway, who has traveled ex.ennlvoly : il'ho will be performnd at the
saves time and mnney, and pays for Itself Hail. The Titusville party report a people county can trust Comanche, Tuesday. On his ceremony t'
Joe Brown to do his full duty t through Florida and has care- 'Rome of the bride' Mr. and Mrs.
in a few weeks. In use by prom- good time, and say they were treated arrival Jacksonville he received the parents
fully Investigated the orange condition Then. Dlcken Lakeland, at A m. on i
inent boat-builders in the U. S. Head p. ,
boat-builders. Price royally -The Florida Coast Line and Transportation new that his father, Clias. If. Smith give It a* Ills. opinion that time crop wllfnot { Sunday: ; next, Sept II, )!I'J.
testimonials from
-An official of the Indian office says Company's) dredges, Wlmbre (popularly known as "11111 Arp"), was be much more than a half million Mr. Wilson I la one of Tltu v\lle'a\ most ,
*4,(" each at the ADVOCATE:
) $8.00 and South Carolina, which are engaged lying dangerously! HI at his homo In Car.
that be will not again crl.lclze Ifenry ( boxes, or not more than (MMX)0) ( boxes at worthy men, and I la a member of
office, Titusville, Fla. M. Flagler, who is the owner of more 10 openings canal between the Matanza tercvllle, Ga having had a stroke of the outside. lIe bases his estimate upon he firm young of II. It. Wilson A tool! drug

-Mr. T. Roy Puckett, of the Govern- things In Florida than any other man, and Halifax rivers, have' had extensive paralysis (the third one), and the doctor lie great damage to the crop by the pro- gists. ; and Miss McGuIre I la one of Lake-

ent printing office, Washington accom- say an exchange.; Mr. Flagler Is at repairs put on them, In the shape of hastily 'left for the bedside of his aged longed drouth. He say that In many and's most. charming young ladles, ands -i

inied by his wife and, son, were passen- the head of several railroad companies, condensers, and are now doing good father, who Is now H2: years old. section nearly all the fruit has fallen well known In Tltusvllle, having at onetime

,rs on the southbound train Friday, en and one of his standing orders that no work. Double crews will shortly be from the trees, and therefore these trees I lived here, and having. since visited "

ute to Cocoa, where they will visit with Indian shall pay fare on any of his road, placed on both dredges so that they maybe 1"lr14t.Clalllj lgh'wood Posts cannot again bear before next season. her sister, Mrs R. R. Pyles. several @

>irs. Pocket parents, Mr. and Mrs. There are about WX Seminole Indians operated both day and night. Mr. "In many places," .a1a Mr. Connally, times, and has numerous friends among

. N. Andrew, Mr. Puckett 1s on bin Florida, and they live along the Florida George F. Miles, general manager of the the crop i la entirely gone, but I wit our resident. .
inual vacation and expects to return to I railroads. Tbe whole territory on which company and Mr. K. M. Walker, the Furnished In any quantity. Address: all4l.1 to note that where there were The the many friends .

aaivington In three weeks. 'they reside was once the property of treasurer: were on a tour of Inspection EAST COAST POST Co. Irrigation. plants the trees were ID good : of the young couple, In extending: ; con-
these Indians and It If said Mr. Flagler last week, returning home last !Saturday: ; 12sep Ojus, Fla. shape and the fruit was lookIng well. ratnlatlon* and best wlilies In advance. "1'-

: Barrels. does not believe they have been treatedby The price of Florida orange will be Mr. and Mr*. Wilson will reside la'Itusville 1'IJ
mpty Sugar and Rice the whites, who appropriated their Gardner' Flyer Wagon for Hale. higher this season. Tbe grower will be occupying one of the Decker

lands to themselves, altogether spirit ooetltted, and I believe that nearly a* ottage/ which the groom, prospective,
For sale. Address, of fairness. At any rate the order much money will be paid Into the State ha neatly furnished. They expect to

WALTER A. Moon, referred to will recompense them In some Trunks $J.38, M.SO, *J,0, 0.00.< >, 47.50.: I now have on hand a large stock of :2- for the short crop a* would have boon arrive here tbe first of next week. i
8 George St., Charleston, 8. C. little degree. Umbrella 50o to .:2.fiO. Inch tire and 3-1 neb tire one-horse wagon paid If there had been a full crop. The

Lamp Oil-Stove 6'-tO. that can be delivered at once. I transportation companies will be ,the

Furniture.Call Too busy selling furniture to write It. E. MIM, JK., sufferer by the shortage all well a* the CHURCH NOTICES.

Registration Books Open.. long ... Tltuivllle, Fla. owners of the grove la which the fruit -

Croquet sets special, one week, 73c. has fallen from the tree before reaching
and see our new line of Furniture, Ilev. Vanlloute will hold services
xtenslon. Parlor and Kitchen Tables, To the Citizens of the Town of Titus C. A. GAKDXBK" : ". Tltusrllle, Fla.high Fur Hale. a marketable condition. Rockledg chapel next Sunday at 11 a.

.droom Suites, Matting, etc., direct vllle: t m.; also, In the Tl tun vllle Presbyterian
>m factories. The registration books for tbe Town of Grade Anlie Launch For Hale. church aUf:! ) p. m. The Tltusvllle Sun-
O. E. Coos, Jensen, Fla. Titusville are now open at the Town An Ideal home no Indian. River; about day School will meet. 3 :30 p. in.GIIAVOM .
Clerk's office and will continue open up even acres of land; good house, painted
to the 18th day of October, 1W2. Those For growing fruit and vegetable, nothing and In good repair; fruit trees, shade 2": ft. IonIC, 6ft. beam, horse power,

Clyde Steamship Line. who are not registered and intend to equal our cleao, Dry Asbe Potash, tree, tropical shrubs and flowers. A Slntz Ga Knglne. Ha good wood can for Hale.

vote at the general town election to beheld actual, guaranteed, 3 to 7 per cent. For never falling spring of pure water. Price opy. Engine; and boat In good comildltlon. -

Tickets and reservations via the Clyde on the 27th day of October, will close price, write to moderate, good reason for selling. For Price, frJ.VUX, If sold before I hare a crop of gnava for sale, and

secured of C'has. register within the time limited G. II. Girrijr fe: Co., further particulars, address, October 1st. Address, anyone needing them will please write
be please
eamsblp Line can Ti above. O. A. FROST, West Palm Beach Fla ; I.. W. C., Box II, for price s. T, UCOllltR,

Walton. at the ADVOCATE office, 5t Town Clerk. 2mo <)r Atlanta, Ga.. Care ADVOCATE Tltusvllle, Fla. t.f. Fort Pierce, Fla. I.pll: Oslo, n"Qr .




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iI 44 ILlN sls lpi>i and crowded ou full power to and the populace turned out to Bather's Thrilling ,

{) IPI trOl\ give chase. He bad been hit in the welcome the blood stained hero Brown I Fight With Shark AND BY VIRTUE OF A FINAL U. B. LANp OVFICK

i N"' $ Xes fight but with blood streaming, down and his daring crew. UNDEK of foreclosure and Rain blade and It. S. Chubb... ......... .. .. .
I his cheeks walked the deck, animatIng entered In the Circuit Court in and for W. (h Robinson; .. .. .. .. ". H"II'.
: The marvelous run of the single ship Brevard onntv Florida, in Chancery, wherein Otllcei at "."'
) Gainesville Fl i 'Ht!
eV5ist1O"t' / his crew. One of the Federal shots To seize supposed dead "? i ,
through an immense fleet of enemies : a man onlyto :Mary K. S. UcUranw,as Executrix: of the Estate
<< bad cut a pipe, and the steam dropped find he had grasped the tall of an of and Sole Legatee under the Will of Aaron. A.DeGrauw U. 8. SENATORS
spread consternation, among the Federal deceased. Is complainant, and John J. P.Tallaferro ....
hardly enough I : "... .. ,
aLSINEss.: down to twenty pounds ) commanders. What was to hinder eight foot man eating shark! to have a A. Jtootu. and I his wife Annie /. Jiootb are defendant S..ltSlaLlory.. . .. . . I., .' '\\110
to turn the engines. Hut for this accident the Arkuimus' from quiet swim sudden!}' turned Into a terrific .*, I will, u* Maxtor In Chancery, during I IV. *
continuing down hour of ala on the B. CONQRESSMrN;
tlia :
: I* -lti Brown would have been able to tae river and recapturing New Orleans struggle for life-that was the experience legal OCTOBER A. D. 1002 Robert W. bavla. ... .. .. . .
*& use tile ram in the fight. Soon after' ? The Essex gunboat and the other day of II. M. Bpecr- SIXTH DAY OF S. M. Sjiarkman.. .. .. .. .. .. .. I"' tit,
b bn the rum swung into the Mississippi man of Fort Wayne Ind.. In the surf being the first Monday of the said month of {.totoller. FLORIDA '**
Queen of the West one night dropped Bell\ at public auction for cab to thenlRheBt LEGISL. TI I 1,1 I
: \ it came in sight of a Federal fleet l>uat the Vlcksburg guns and tried to at Atlantic City. and bust bidder therefore. In front of E. K. Dimlck 1'alm Beach. ,, ,
whoso hulks alone seemed literally to Mr. Speerinun is an expert swimmerand the Court House (door at TltiiHVllle, llrevardCounty K M. Raulerson, Fort Fierce Re: ".':...
seal the fate of the rum. But the crew Florida, all tbo following land lying ,..,
0 bur the channel of the mighty river. was alert and sent the ships back borne had got about a quarter of a mile and being In Brevard County, State of lorlda, EXEQOTIVi: DEPARTMi i

Lcbv. 11 oj4. There were Ironclads superior in armor from shore. lIe was about to return to-wlt: Wm. S, JennIngs; ,, . .. ,
In all filled with bol s. Still later, while The North half of lot number 14, of the subdivision H. Clay Crawford. .... . ...>-ran," ,," "*"
Ii and speed[ to the ram seven Brown was away on sick leave, the when he saw just ahead of him a of fractional Sections 7 and 8. Township I JamuxB.. Whlttteld. . I 1t||),

rams unit tJ'lI. tyngolng ships .of war, mnder of blnck object that be took to be the 26, South of Range 37 Kant: aw shown by the plat Wm. D Lamar. ... ... .. Atton" ""*."""
1t com|< the; tarn tried to take thereof recorded In Hook "1," page. 177 of the W. N.8heata..Supt.l.o..l\. \, ,, "'
. body of a man. It sunk. It went down I RAnnrd of IjtMMta in .and for said. County; of llre- I n. E. MeLin,.... .Coimnlsslotim, I ''",Ul

4IL ) itL CtJ1L as he was about to swim up to It, and yard. The mild north one-nuir extenumic iron Amoco C. croon. ... . . i ""N ;""
; the Indian River to the Mamma. lllver and being: J. CWror.. R. .'()8ter.. .. Adlni "lllt-'
V I iJ ( Q4AAMLttI.t' 7 Sjx-ermnn promptly dived and made a B chains and 10 links wide, and containing. John Bradford. ... .. .. Sun 1 Mri,
rI -y grub for what he supposed was one of acres. R. E. U08e. ..,. .. ... ... . !II i ,, ""II.
I the -A 11.0 Lot 10, subdivision cf Bcct.lons 7' and 8, Olllces at Tallahassee. Fi i iSUPREMK UII
feet. Township 26, South of Kiuice 87 liixt, na reoordeil -
To his horror he found he had grasped In Book "I." 1"11118177, li8 nnd 1711 records otBrevard COURT jrut i x
described! follows ... .. ... .
County Florida, and a M.H.Mabry .. i I I", i
: GOd U O u Q Q : the tail of a shark. The tall slipped i A strip" of land extending lawt and Westacross F. 11. 'arter. .. .... '" .. . A>'''' i< ',"I
through his ,fingers, and in terror ho Merruts Inland: and( 1 bounded on the I SF.Taylor..a
:North by a line parallel to and 77 chains and !24
0 came to the surface and struck out links South of the ortb boundaries Unctions' RAILROAD COMMISSIOM: < ) I -

1 An Iroi1ciad lustily for the shore. 7 andi Township :tin, Bouth JanK J7 EMt.bOllnllelon : H. E. Pay, chairman. .. .. . ,
The shark ( the Kant. by banana River; bounded. J.I. Alorgan.. .. .. .. ,
came to the surface also on the Month by the South line of said "'mJl.lon! 8. J. III. Bryan. . .. .. .. .K '';J I
;. 0 and made straight for Speerrnun. It Tile said South line being. 4 chains. and 70 links. John L. Neeley 'Jr., clerk i, JJ..
was South of the above described North boundary of Headquarters' and ollluea at Till i ,
apparently thoroughly enragedat I I" ,
tbls tract being described( ; bounded on the west.
0 Rom Amuck the liberty Speerman had taken. by the Indian River. and. containing. 8 and nIne- CIRCUiT COURT

IVrhaps, too it deemed this chance to ty-two one-hundredtlis ((8.1FJ) ncreH Minor\ 8. Jones Titnsvlllo. i
the East bunk of Indian' >. .
Also beginning ou J. J Jlepiri/ Orlando..ros'u ., \
i -r dine off: a summer bather too good to River at the meander corner to Hcctluns H and SprlmfTerm-Fourth, !Momlu\ i \
J L 0QOQOQQOfCopyrlsht \ ; be lost.' 17, Township 20, South. Hante 37 Kant thenceKaAt Fall term-Fourth Monday\ in \ '
p f I Ifly along the section lino eighteen chains and
Its nose struck Specrman's right foot fifty links to the, Itanana River; thence South BREVARD COVM"Y< C..I HI

.j 1002 by O. L. in the first nlsh and he distinctly ofghtydegrees West,seventeen chains and twen A. D. Penney,... .. .. .. . iumarjS ty.ftvellnk. to the Indian River{ thence northwesterly James Andrews ,. . lYosecim \
weeks!;: before the Confeder t :: beard the Jaws snap. He was swim. aloha the river chore threw chains and A.A.Stewart... .. .. ... .. .. i ,
Ironclad Arkansas : -- ming toward the pier with all his forty link to the point of beginning/ :, and con Spring .ferm-Seoond Momla> 'I n, "i ''f.
ram .. I talnlng two and e.venty.Iour one Imudrediha Summer Term-Second Momf.i\ .
SIX i \
t : to tho wave, which wan -. Q1 : strength, and he shrieked in terror ns ((2.74)) avres. Fall Term-Second Monday In'\ ti
: he realized how Also beginning on the East bunk of Indian( Term .Second ,
V 12, 1802, oho was nn ; narrowly he bad escaped River eleven chains and twenty-three links Winter Monda 'in i ,

j empty hull anchored In thechannel ( from the shark's maw. southeasterly from the meander corner to Keo- I' COUNTY SCHOOL BOA,Idtt. I

1 1 of the Ynzoo river four 'miles The first miss did not dismay thefierce titans 8 anil, 17, Township, Houtll: Range' 87 bant K. Minis, Superintendent. ,It. "Jr,.
\ % at the northweHt corner of Iiind of Itufiis, It. Members J. M. Dixon, chairiiifi. I i, 4
''ifo from In nil. Her guns and engines were % fish. It drew off, and. rising sow Stewart; theiico North; fty-nlne degrees. and live R. N. Andrews, Cocoa; C.I'.1'll1tt.I ICOUKTTT I'

J lying loose on dock, the iron for her minute Uust!: along mild Stewart. a North line I
seventeen chains and twenty-live links to the COMMISSION;I! j

p t armor was nutilc In the mud arid water : Hunana River; thence North twenty.four (egress .T. n. Walker, chairman, Titu. t
\ ii I. ,
I Want along the River shore two chains alllllll'ty- IL
of the tides nnd Mint Indlanola R. A.
overflowing tho bands nino and : Coiiklln ', 'II!! 'u
links '
two ; thence South .ity- degrees '
and \bolts hml' yet to be forged out of live minutes West eleven chains. to a palm tree O. Jonoll, Wood eyJ.; Frank lit-ll. \ "-
notches and "X" the Reirular: sessions are held tlrst 111 Oil"I" ,, ,
metal scattered marked with two an ou 'p
over sixty wiles of territory
I 4' Kant!:. and West sides thereof; thence South sev month.BREVAItD
wherever: It could be gathered. enty-Dine degrees. and thirty minutes. West between COUNTY OFFH 1 -.
1 Even the timber two rows. of orange trees, six chains and<
for the .
guircnrrlagoftof S A. I) ronney, TItiisville; ( i
1 twenty nve links Indian River and through; a ,.. ::
'i'ittlavihiet. ;
Jas. E.
Andrew ,
tho rnru was mill Btanding, thickwith -' ---- palm tree on the bank of the river marked l with ; r
4 A. A Stewart Tirusiillle,. . ,
follnpre.; ,- I two notches East amt West; thence chains southeast. J. F. Wooten, Cocoa... .. .. . Tin >-.

.i In this unflnlwliod] condition Cnptaln U rV ly.along t..o links the river to the shore point three of beginning: and, containing sixty.ty E. W. Hall. Tltusvllle,.. .. .'1'" >
F. H. ... .. .
Hoye, Tltllavltle I hj,
\ \ j p Isaac N. Itrown. who had !been orj .' 'c- M't \ ; four. and ftixiylgl ne-hiuulreuths (4 08)) R. E. Slims, Houaventnre Bui"? I I" f"lu,

I dered to complete tho mounter nnd \ acres.Also the South one-half of Lot 14 .subdlvlhionSections J. O. Fries, Tl'usvllle. C'iunt\' -, ,
\ J.P. .
BrownTltimvllle .
\ : '.'I' 37 -: irt"
T and 8, Township South Runco
I ,Ij! fight everything the river found T.J Cockshutt
on ,
Kant as shown hy plat "lieieof recorded in Hook LaOranfre. Reyistriin "n' iiliTITUSVIIXK ',

: bus ship. Ilrown had! served in the "I," on page: 177, or the Record of Deeds. In and TOWN COI''\. ,II I.

I "r It;' old United States navy, a good school \- -' k for" 010 Brevard innn, County.River to Said Banana. South Hl>half er. extending and belnir .,. III. Iixnnraanyor: R. B. %1nis, 'n "..muil

It, for strong men Ills government hart '" live chains. and( twenty-two links wliie, containing I and tax collector: W. S. HranulnK >tu given him free rein to In ten and thirty six one-bunilredtlis (lII.atJ) tre..llrurJ.Jobn. ; Henry, tax SSHUSHI'"t ,.. 1.
\II, ns expense THE IKON BRIGADE! FIGHTING STONEWALI/fl BATTERIES. I acres, more or Ie.... Walker F. A. Morgan. (). F.Il11ren. \m,.
I : getting the slilp afloat in fighting trim, Also, beginning on the West bank of Banana landlngrhara( and J. L. Oairutliers, ui'" "
c i U Iii z:' out TO uo tins ne must work wlta River at the meander corner to Sections H and The council meets nrst Tuesday In eac, ), n .ihT1TUSVILLK
I '''I'' untrained "300. men ;;(o..> heavy guns nuu a vastsqmdrwi :'aer (Town tlio river to union nouge, 17, 'township 2I1S..lIth. of Range: 37 East, thence
I I hands and but little BOARD OF TRADE
( machinery. South, !W decree West seventeen chains and
I ,jf! Though liiborlng I under disadvantage of IronclutH gunboats, trig but fulling In with powerful fleet of twenty-five links. to Indian River; thunue southeasterly O. M. Robbing, president .T. M Ol\ ,, .
every ; /.u.wrer
I II, ates, etc, agnlnHt a single Confederate the enemy he set her on fire and abandoned along the river shore four chains and J. 0+. Bast, secretary. ;Meets --MT inesday \.
I I with a powerful Federal fleet vessel of ten twenty-one links to the line this day made be In each month _
I'I : within els; hours' steaming and the guns and 200 men. her. Her old foe, the Essex;, tweou the .said MathiHon and Booth; thence night at thou if" in

II r ,:, boom of Without u seconds delay to. maneuver poured a furious fire into her, and she North ..eventy.nlnu degrees. and thirty minutes FREE ANI ACCEPTED. MASONS
hostile guns Bounding In the East, through a palm tree standing on the riverbank
";rf t, ears of tha Improvised workmen the the Arkansas dashed Into the line. exploded just as Brown following his -- and marked with two notches. Ease. antiWeat Indian River Lodfie, No. 00. hold ,it* < it'i if:
shIp across country on horseback and on six "h..ln.l\nel. twenty-live links the second anti fourth Friday. evening u
1 r t t' ram was ready to weigh anchor the deluging/ gunboat No. (0 with shot. To within come between two rows of orange: trees to a palm tree month, at their lodge room. near I 1,1 \ middle of JUly. True, tile armor had the Louisville, next encountered, she view. The Arkansas was gone, marked with two notches and a "X" on the East( at ?:alit o'clock p. m. J. It. Walkei, n' M(
I but bad vanished with her colors fly and West sides thereof; thence north sixty-nine F. Morgan, Seo'y.ORDER .
not been gave a stinging broadside. Then the .
put on over her stern and !
degrees anti fiftv-o e minutes I East eleven chains
I : for appearance's sake boiler Iron was Benton, Louisville' and Cincinnati w'repussl'd. L. KILMER. to the Banana River; thence northwesterly alongthe EASTERN STAR
} river shore two chains and eight links. to the Friendship Chapter No. 11 holds.
the itinucuni.1
of the
f t ''I ''<< tucked on to I'o'erlp the wood. IBlio guns ram firIng ateverything I Point of beginning: co'.talniiig .six, and thirty- In the Masonlo Lodge; room, Tltn..vllip J n, 'b!,
carried ten guns sIx in broadside! and! within range! but not wasting YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING night one-hundredths(0.38)( ) acres together with tirot Tuusday In each month 5t3:300'I.: < I 1. _
a shot. Then the the When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill the riparian rights belonging; to all of tho said l lland. and the third Tuesday in each month. .
i raw
tT ti: f two tore nnd aft, with a crew of 100 Toalo because the ... o'clock, p. 1>1. The following are the (Ill I)' .
ttI s'i seamen and sixty; riflemen from the gantlet vast nine of the best vessels formula Is plainly F. J. WEHB. the lodge !Mrs. O. H.Rob..lna.. worth a; ,
1 In the Federal line-the Hartford Iro- printed on every bottle showing that It [Is Master III Chancery Dr. B. It. Wilson, worthy patron iiiI I r 11
t liii I : i army The underoQlcers bad all graduated slmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless I). OAt'LDKV.. Wilson associate matron ; Mr. F. A1.. ,:at J

iI'. .) from the old navy, and Brown quolfl. Itlchmond Kumter, Oneida, Scio- ro.'in. Jfocuie, :No piiy.- (tOots.Wiscoitain !Solicitor for Ooini,l.thinnt. troll, urpri, :Mrs. R. C. Hcrluiemiui. si :inMiss
Kate Stewart rondurtiess Mr- < i
r..r said his only] trouble' in handling them WlHHiihlckon, Wlnoim and ESBCX- Hughes, associate coniiuctress.Mr-, ; 'i. 'V 1 .

; I was to Keep them from running the every ono a hero of Farrugut's fight at Good Itontla I'lfinn. Notice of Application) to Sell bit, Adah. t Mrs. J. It. AVa'ker, Ruth. MiI' I.I'trgan.Ellth"r .
New Orleans. Every one of the nine \ ; M..J. \,. Caroithvrf 1 '">.
1 ''I ram Into tliu federal fleet lying in the A Rood; roads wave has struck Wisconsin -I Liquors"' Wlne.t, and Beer. Mrs. T. 'I'. Wetu.ore lIIar bl1l ; Mln-- <'" 'In1

Mississippi\ before she was ready for landed .a shot somewhere on tho ram. and the result of It will be the Stewart, blecta.:

I battle. Brown was anxious to fight, too Two eleven Inch shells penetrated do-, means of placing the state on au

but ho was a faithful aoldler and had jag fearful execution. A shell exploded equality with any In the Union if only TUB SHARE: ]MADE ron SPEEIIUAX. PUHL1C" ,'NOTICE.. ('iirleton 13,IfEltFIIVOIVEXTUAT jr., has Hied with the

.1 been ordered by his superior to bring In the cotton bale lining of tho rUIU'1iInlwnrltll. half of the work now being/ planned Iii near tho surface that Its back fin could Hoard( of fimurv CoiiimiRHloiiers, Brevard blaster's Sale.
sending up Ii blane-! nnd annihilating Conntv State of Klorliln' his st.i.iicatlan| lor a
his ship to VltfUtiburg<< and help defend carried to a S\ll' l'IMrulll41ue. as It probably bo the /
of seen cutting water like a knife, ""rmltellll'luore.I I .wines and ber In Election: \
: that stronghold then beset by a pow. n crew sixteen men. Some will be. Plans for a good road It cutne on again. Spoorinan whirled Dicta. let. No. 0 of stud, county and state| that BY VIRTUE OF I I "' .M
of the shots merely dented! the nrmorof ucla aipllcitlon will be a< ted on' 'by the said USIJE1A"II
erful Federal ,
hoot lying in the Mississippi from Chicago to Milwaukee' have been just as the shark reached him and! Hoard: of County CaaiaIsa.iuaorn:, :: |; at their nextregular entered it t '
the ,
rntn. Four of the nine out Court lo..thoS"ven'h.Jn.lI. 0" i nof I
between Vlcksburg and the sliipawove : taken There Is dived. But he meeting. which will be held on the first. ,
up. now a cycle path was not quick enough Florida In and for Brevard C">unu >"i <**
c mouth of the punctured by the ram's phots. ruesilay III (icroher. A. I) I'xrj.! at threeo'clock therein I .
I Yuzoo. The from depending, wherein F. E lleatl ilc.
Chicago \Vaukegau
message and from to'cacapo blow from
the shark's nose In the uttorni.on of said.
clay, anti l the
While sill! was engaged with them theFederal K. Ilussiter .as Executors,; of John Heal' M
,' which summoned the ram to Vlcks Ilaclne to Kenoslm.\: From Milwaukeeto that turned him completely over.. Thejawa said Honrd. hereby. calls upon any citizen" of such complainants) and J.P. Brown as. .uli,!,, ;'"'>-

V burg said that there were thirty Federal i rum Lancaster tried' to run her South :Milwaukee the road Is In excellcnt of the man eater snapped in the how JoI..t..n: cause.,lsrrlut If any who' there ninv be desire, at the to said do HO next. to tor of .Inline. Welles, et al. are ,aleCIt" T Twill
down. but the ,
; Arluumas held her sell at public sale in front of tin un
ships within sight of the bluffs with up condition. From tbls It can be air tills time and the act was seen by regular meeting of said Board why such permitshah House door. at Tltusvll .Florida. tie:ui'i 'llt
three .
shots through her steam not be the .
granted to
"and plenty more UI) the river." This pipes. seen that there are only sluJi-t stretches Walter II. Nelson who stood on the By order of the Board or applicant.County Commissioners tier legal hours of sale to tue highest an<> Id

was the prospect! ahead of the ram which are lu need of work. The extension end of the pier. of Hrevard( County, Florida, this. the 21111 for cash, on the
For an hour the Federal( ships chased day of September' A. I). I'toj.!
j. when she set her dead
prow in earnest (<< of the Sheridan drive along the Nelson yelled to the life guards, who JoiiNlt WALKF.ll. SIXTH DAY OF OCTOBER, A, I II '1"
for tho anchorage) of the fleets of Far- the ram but finally a rifle shell from sharp of Lake Michigan from Chicagoto sprang Into a boat at the end of the Chairman of Board of County Com-

I ragut Davit anti Ellet the morning of the Confederate batteries[ Vicksburg; Milwaukee, n distance of eighty-five pier nnd started to :Mr. Speerman's [L.A.) luismoners, Brevard County, FI... the same being the flint Monday: in' ,ui" '.li''
July 14.After. warned them that they had struck thoiliwiJlMr > month and a legai' sale. day the folli.uinu t let-.
inlli-H. lit also '
contemplated. crlbed real '
estate situated In the "ntt
] _Th". ,vwnl I ..I"! .... tio'" '" aid.They ,
or '
Brevard and rlierr
State of muc'i
a few hours' Application Florida or so
steaming Brown were In time to see the shark for Tax Deed. of ,Ii'
as satisfy said decree and coitf- Of''
i discovered tbnt owing to a leak in the 21 Years n Dyspeptic. make a third rush at Speerman. The All of fractional, SectIon Twenty-nln. J"1'

w team pipes (flle stock of powder hud R. 11. Foster, :)18) S. :2d St., Sail Lake man eater seized the man's wrist In his M If KUril? olVESTUATOEOROE allot Lot Three ((3)) In S cilnn Thlrts .1 I :'
been wet and was unlit for Slaking \ teeth nn the guards NOTICE Township Twenty-six ((211)! ) Smith of Ita r" "'
1' use. City, writes: "[ li.ivo" been bothered with elaine alongside KLIS.. purchaser Tax Ctrt'H- seven ((37)) East contain Klclitv-ni ""
I .' a landing the whole but the next Instant cites N..III'> a, d\ sS7. ilated the drd day of ng ,,
day passed in dynpepHia indigestion for :21 ye'trx; one of the guards Inly, A II. 18IH) has liled sai't certlHcutes In more or loss, according to the United i
I drying the powder by shaking it in the tried many doctors without lellvf; recent. with a bonthook., broke Its spine, and offlce and has made application for tax dee Is my to Icy, and being In Brevard County Fl? '

burning sun, and at nightfall the ram ly I got a bottle of llerbine. Ono bottle It !llonted on the surface dead. embrace issue In accordance the with law. Haiti certificate F. A. ;MOROANBloctt :
lollnwlnll' described
111lIln l started down the Yazoo. Drown uuieil, me. I am now taperIng on the :Mr. Ppeernvin's wrist was nearly c..lln Brevnnl Ooun v, Florida property to-witi I NWW situa Specui' Mi'- pr

bOIled to BUi'lU'lae! tho enemy before tioooml I have recommended it to my severed. lie fainted when hauled Into of SKW: SWW\ ot RK'-i! and :NE <( of SWU, Set ----
trioiulU. ; [ Is curing: jthet too." .octA. 2fI. Tp;M South, It.inite au Kast. The said land
/ daylight the IDtli) but. about 3 a. m. at II. H. Wilson the bout. twine ...a..o.llltthe d..teof. the issuance. of .such Proclamation of Election.
the rum got unround! and lost an hour's : Son's.arneriI certificates In the names of J. A, Hendry and A.

r ,. time. With the rising of the sun she ( ::1111.. The heat Prrarrlpllou for Mnl.nrla. Hen according Gootl .
wall steaming forward and on It 0..1.) I Chill and Fever N a bottle of Grove's }n the Xlrd day. of September A. !>.. IUH2. TTVTHERRAS': SECTION i. 010'R'II''
I again iii u "'iH>ech on good'I roads General I Tasteless Chill Ton4c. It Is Witness my oltlolal slKnatnre and seal thla the >I f of the ordinances tho Town, i ,
noon brought Into view three Federal simply Iron vllle the Ma 01 mid. l '
M::. N 2111t duty of AilKUSt; A. U., IIHVJ.Seal | or
recently "We
the : excel all nations I and quinine in a Instelens. form. ;No [ ] I Issue a Proclamation. calling for nn ann i '''
ships coming < Yazoo. The A. A. STEWART,
up one- III our railroads. Capital and energy I Cure, Xo Cure. 1'rlce oOcts.JHusterN Clerk Circuit Court of Brevard Coun'y. Fla. tlon or town officer ; Now therefor I '
f my bad heard or the Arkansas Marion' Dixon : of of TI'IMII, le
and her" Mayor the Town
have been _crlvon rn hnllillnir these. By O. A, !!Stewart. 1>. C. Issue u
t! intended trip to Vlcksburg. -- this my Proclamation calling I foi .
and the time U now come when the dial election to he held I In the Council, '
When Brown saw what lay ahead of The powder puff may help to hub the feeders to tliose.! the Sale. of said town on the fourth .Monday..
the ram he culled his men on deck and ravages of time but it avails little to hide highways, must Application tor Tax Deed.

,. .p r made a little speech which sounded the ravages of disease. When the face receive attention. Government has given AN'D BY VIRTUE OF A DECREEof 27THDAYOFOCTOIIER.A. f> I I" '
is disfigured largely to the railroads and should TI between 8 m.and f".
the a. sundown
r like beforo-tlio-buttle buncombe. But by eruptions treatment fnrtfclitaure And tale entered in the Clrcult IS HEREBY OIVBV ThAT p. m.
must go below the surface to the blood, now give to the Improvement of the Court of the Seventh ""II"I..1111"1"lt. N'OTICE!purchaser of Tax Certificate Vo B. F. pose of electing
J 1 Jt'allu't that. which ia corrupt and impure. surface roads. If there Is one indication of ttiernln Flovlilii< jiMmliiiir. In and.\wherein ror llravaril( County lu a online rtntmi th. :2nd day of July A I I'. IUOO, has,, (One).....Slayer\Iaroh..lllnel., Collector of Tax. -
After cheering the speech the officers Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Jeonra II. Grant "tut fllod said certificate In niv ottlce, and has. made. One Clerk: and l
I Discovery more than another of the clvlllz.t- s.Iinlutatrator" of the Estate: of Jo.e|'h II'. Wood application, \ for tax' lined'' to Issue 'treasurer.
stripped( oft their coats and the cures disfiguring eruptions which are tlon or"'a people. It is their highways" ward, decea, .e Mitthtwm ami J. 8. Miitliexoti ,
\ caused arc defendant. I tog described ,
bared .
men tliouiKolves by blood. It situated
to the waists impure cures scrofulous will Dell at milillu mictlnu' to the prop fly Brevard coun An.II hereby appoint H"rryWn..n.S.1
and bound wet cloths about their fore- sores, erysipelas, boils, pimples, dent blililpr fur c.nh, III f runt of the Court blRhrat House and ty lrM"to Florida 1\. K to Wilson\lt: South and lI..e 5 Southwcsr u, IRKS. l orton, Robt. A. Bobbltt, Instector .41
eczema suit-rheum and other Devoured by Worms. d'xir at TUunviile, Florida West nf Public Koad election anti I -A Hie 1'. Oruber, Clerk of rI)' -
: heads.. Tho riflemen fixed bayonets eruptive during the legal In Southwest. 'K or Southeast. 3 K In Section :2n! ,
hour uf Bale Ill>
0 diseases which impure blood breeds and on the Township 21.t<4..U. Range: A1 Kant The In testimony whereof' I have hereunt ij-
I and stood ready for boarders. Brown Children often cry not from but hind and > '' '"
feeds. pain, FIRST MONDAY IN being aMKetfsed at the date of the 10 caused the seal of the town
\ + ordered hla pilot to stand for the central from hunger, although. fed abundantly. OCTOBER A. D. 1902, ....certificate the name of F. A."lIor8n..b' heirs vllle tn be aWTed at Titnsvllle, Ha th W
"I wan trouble with ectemn. from th. crown The tlitf'following, real I'nl."ld. .timber 2. UK)*.
e ultnuted
entire trouble aVite In Brevaril certificate shall Iw
vessel> of the three strangers but of my henil to the sole' of my feel." write. Mr*. their arise from inanition, (....mtv. Flori.U. via: Lot fifteen ((1.1)I ) to Stork. ing to 11\.... tax. deed will Issue redeemed thereon accord (HEAL.) MARION; I>nj; v,
food Is ou the
1 before he could rum her she put about. Rile Quick, o( emu City. Tuscoln Co.. Mich. not aaaimtlated, but devoured Ihlrty-ntit :,311) In White City. .accnriliiitf, to tha 3mh r ay of September.A. 1>. MO2. .
"ConU not walk lit time nor wear my shoe.*. by worms. A few doses ofVblte'A plat th.'rwof on record In the Witness m'l'' ofllclai, signature
County Clerk..ol.It"e
an'l seal
I tl tiring her bow into the Thought there. waft no help for least the
J guns ram at doctor Mid there was. none. nl..1 I went to the see Cream Vermifuge will cause them to of the County. 2Ku! day of 'August, A. l>. liMrj.'

'f', short range. frl"n.t\ Christmas. time and there heard. of coast crying and begin to thrive at once, GEt). M. ROBBIXS, fsKAI.Clerk]Circuit A. A. 8T0:WART.
The ship aimed at by the Arkansas the food I that, Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical DU.covrry very much to the surprise and Joy of the :met Special Master By O. A.Stewart nf Krevard C..., Fla. KIDNEY DISEASES
: had done fur them and advised\ Deputy Clerk
I : was to
: was the new Ironclad mother
I gunboat Caron- try it at once. For fear. that I might neglect. it ,23cts at II. R. Wilson A Son'u.Two :::! .

4r J' :1' tlclet. Her vouipjuiloiiij, the wooden my friend. *..nt to the village ami trot a bottle. Application for Tax beet Application for Tax
made mt promise that I would take. it. I Deed.
)1 I boats Tyler imd Queen of ,the West had been Retting woaeUi1; the time.: J took Flue Lots For Sale. are the most fatal of all dis
..lyY' also' turned their bllt.I thirteen bottle of the Golden Medical DIsco-'
using stern 13 HF.REHY
away "I' and ten flat of Dr. Pl.. THAT W. B. TO rt"E I* HEREBY OIVFN
) "" Pleasant Pel NOTICE TU \" E. L. eases.fOLEY'S.
I I. tt-rles the advancing A let. nnrchacerof Tax Certificate X(}. 1. i-api:
on rum. lively and used All-HealinK Hnlv.. which made datMl WIiTEftpurchaserofTCetIficate No.
I S complete ""r... It wan. slow but .....,. Two fine 10-acrelots Indian the :Sod day ot July A. I>. Iswo. ha mj dated the 6th tiny of Julr) .
1' chase of half nn hour followed, during\' I was lying on riled ..U'I certificate In myoflloe. and ha. madeapl'lI..allon has lleil said A. 1) l' no, CURE III I 1GuarantlId
taking the metlicine about certificate In office KIDNEY
; eight month River 2 miles south of my and l has.
Fort for deed to
Tierce tax limie
on In .
4 which time tile rain with her two "t would .mv to all who read IM..! try U... a with. law. Said certificate accordance : madpllcatlon I for tax deeil to Issue In ac F
::1. bow rllkl.'llull P1eves Golden\ :Medical IHcovery before waat- good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet embrace the follow. cord.5re with law Said certificate embraces RemadJor
vixty-four pouuder deerriUed .
ft l guns, lug time and river frontage. bluff MB property situated In Rrarard the following described
money. High covered with situated
property in
I the ships. Ilie Carondelet, ran lute The sole motive for substitution is to -p lm. and hardwood timber., Good for lI>4mtYl(n Florida 8witoa 39.towttr Township All 20 Peter, Sough Fnnehard Ranire, Bil.Brevard County, Florid., to wit: Part It 10,

I J ;I' uiiullow water! where the Arkansascouldn't permit the dealer to make the little more oranges: grapefruit, tangerines: and pine 34 and M. The Mid land being assessed at the p8i7bl.Britt.Range and 40 V B., br.The (' ,\\I\a'\ =. 19, Town money refunded. Contains

t p 't; follow, carrying: twenty shots profit paid b- the sale of less meritorious apples. :Xo better location on the river date name of of the I'nlcnown.Inuanc Unlea of such said certificate la the esse certificate remedies
", t .. '11, la her pipes, beams and principal machinery. medicine lie gains ; you Jo e. Therefore at any price. lflOO.OO for each lot. be redeemed. according to law tax, deed will ball I Issue care tificate In the shall name be redeemed of Win. Gore. Dnles said cer recognized by
p r. accept no substitute for "Golden thereon on the eta day of October > according to law tax the best lot
The Tyler wan hit eleven C. T. ilCC'ABTY, D. III! 'J. deed will issue thereon on the 28th of nent physicians as
'. I 'Ii. times and, with the Queen of tho West Medical Discovery.' .Ankona Fla. 5th WltneM day ot September my ofllolal signature A.( D. 1902.and Hal thin the Wltncs,.A. lI.IOO'.I. SiptMnuber ,. Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Dr. Pierce' Pellets cleanse the my official signature and seal tbls
clogged se..l'l the
1 .o teamed rapidly away. [ ] A. A. STEWART, 29th day of
August, A. I .
I' system from accumulated Impurities. .... The ADVOCATE Clerk Circuit Court of Baerard Co., Fla. 1S.a1.1[ ] )A Vine.: PRIcE 50c. ae4 $1.00.>
does job printing. A. STEWART;
ji !:Qw.L.tt1t the escaping By O. A. Stewart, Ceputy Clerk. i Clerk Circuit Court
t Brevard County, Florida. B. It. WILSON &; SOS

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Professional Cards. r rasslrrh..wwt o11'' II A TOPSY TURVY ROOM. GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT. AUTHORS' 6t.wRS: '

EO. M. BOBBINS, A FrenchmanVho Playa Practical At the request!! of Grand Army men In Bonze MUtakra! lit Which the Itlonn.Sun Some ReasonsWhy
r Jukes on HI" Ou.-.t.. various parts of the State we publish be- m..\Vlntl ..10&;.....

ATTORNEY' AND COUNSELQR 'fJIED.tORDSBLACKDRAUGHT A "lopsy turvy room." writes a correspondent Iowa ;portion of the olllclal circular Inregal.1 The moon proves a terrine; pitfall to I You Should Insist on Having

not Illusory but actually to railroad rates wont" writers.Yllkl > Collins owe porfortuod -

AT-LAW. so built, existed near Paris some years "0. A. U. National Encampment. Cir- tho marvelous font of makingIt EUREKA HARNESS OIL

nil practice In State And United States ago und may still exist One who saw cular No. 2. Headquarters Department rise in the wont Rider 1I11 1o:11I..1.: In Unequaled by any other.

Court. [ it thus describes It and the use to of Flol'ldOrllud; Army of the "KhiK: Solomon's Ihw..." relies for. the hard leather soft.
Republic Maltland Fin, Aug. 12,11)02.) !! -
Office at TrrusTiLiE, FLA. which It was put: "I was the guest of effective\ rendering of one of his. most" iemltm. pn'll11rcd.
The .tilth: national of theO water.
the of the house" he says, encampment thrllllnn nu eclipse of the
owner scenes
THE ORIGINAL. A. K. will be held In Washington DD upon A heavy bodied oil.
GAULDEU "from Saturday to Monday. lie was a ,,during the week commencing: Oct. tith. how ituion.
D.L. bachelor very convivial In his tastes Tickets on sale from Oct. :Jtrd, good to return OolrrltljTO' placed a star ln'twiH'n the HARNESSA"

ATTORXEY-A.T-LAW' LIVER MEDICINE and we were a very Jolly purty of men. until Nov. Urd by an extension to horns of the crescent moot, forgetting" excellent preservative.
When we woke up. about 2 o'clock on be made Washington at a cost of only thnt to bo visible. 111 oiu-li H l>o..ltlOIItII'. Reduces cost of yonr IlIufl !III.

Will practice In all the Courts of the State the Sunday morning, one of our number 50 cents. star would taco to lie hiMwwn tin- Never horns. the I leather ; its
it Florida,and the United States Court ".. I[1iIIM. sound asleep", on the couch In the The following! rates has been "secured, : earth aid the moon or, soy :3aO.Oaitulles ;: Efliciencx' i IH increased.

T.U Box'.W. TITUSVILLE, FLA. A sallow complexion, iliousncan and coated Land \ l'alatkl17.1:1/ : West Palm Stitches kept front breaking.OIL .
a tongueare ; alto INroHpoimlble
log by a couple of servants. My host Noxt: to the moon perhaps sun ,
.... common indications of liver Beach, *::4.03! (>: ; Now Smyrna, *::11.0OilY';
J. WEBB and kidney diseases. Stomach and gave me a solemn wink and told we totm, tII..ISt.!( : ; Augustine,(flS.UO: ( ; Jacksonville for more glurluit errorsthnii I :
a bowel troubles gevpreTti they are, that If a sudden summons came I was 'W.I>>. any mingle( concrete ('ii u"o. At |M Hold in allLocalities "
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW, give immediate warning. pain to rush from my bedroom or else I All comrade from the East Coast or on tho beginning of n certain famous nov M.n..t'Juo..ll>y
but liver and kidney troubles, might miss a sight worth seeing. I the lino of the Seaboard Air Lino Kail- el. the title of which n few yours' back Iolt.,1 till (Compna
Ircult.Will practice Taxes in the Courts of the 7th though less painful at the start, are wnnted nothing but sleep and was relieved road, who desire to go with the lieadquaiters \vtis In everybody's<< mouth nu invalidcharacter's

nd rents arid accounts paid fononresldenta much harder to cure. Thcdford's when the summons came to find car, or. the olUcllll train BO called, room was said to have ---
Uliick-Drausrlit never fail to benefit that It was broad daylight. must be sure to have their tickets read been lighted. by one window looking
riTU8ViriK, FLORIDA.D. diseased! liver and weakened kid i "Yawning. I followed the valet and via Atlantic Coat Line from Jacksonville directly toward the east. Yet at the
It stirs the liverto Have the local be to
neys. up torpid agents sure BEST FOR.THE
found myself, with four others silently end of the book when the Invalid dlis
throw off the genus[ of fever and give thin kind of a through ticket.
PENNEY aQ'up. It is a certain preventiveof peeping through little holes In the The headquarters car will leave Jacksonville the authorylshlng to nmko him depart

cholera and Bri bt'l dineaaa of wnIL The scene was absurd ridiculous. \ at !> a. in. Sunday:: Oct. nth, and this life In n Hood of glory suffuses BOWELSir

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW' the kidneys. With kidneys reinforced A dazed man slowly waking to reach Washington at an early hour next: Ihls eastern wlndoxved room with

by Thedford's Black. full consciousness was lying on a plastered morning. Every comfort and accommodation "tho rod glare: of tho setting run" ... ... .
nl or
h n't regular heath ino m
ITV8VILLE FLOBIDA. Draught thousand of persona have floor looking up In horror at a possible will\ be provided and Klngsley.too, made ono of his heroes ..von I. ...r day m >ou'r III or will b.. K..|> roar ,
dwelt immune in the midst of fr. .,,,,..',r..v.l.! ...11.!( Iha.hspe. "' or vi".. i
ladles ;
yellow will be the
Will carpeted ceiling. Two heavy couches spoolal attention given row out "Into tho eastern ocean after : ..t '"or 1"111001...... Ann. '..... 1'l.a.mnnth.t.t .
practice In all the courts of tile 7th fever. Many families live in of the party. I'ht. .lill way ..1._.. >'hlt III* buw.I.l
health and an easy (chair chairs and tables securely the sotting sun. Hut even Hits glaring i : ,: I ain :.I'J'trek"
Judicial Circuit. perfect have no( other All matters connected with headquarters
doctor than Thedfurd'a Black-: fastened stared down at bin) In Washington, as well as private absurdity has boon ciippod. Imp, novel CANDY
Draught. It is always on hand for from above. The man's eyes at last accommodations for comrade and their published by n well known tlrm there CATHARTIC '

FREDERICK A. MORGAN use in an emergency and saves rested on a flowerpot directly over his families are In the hands of. Past Department occurs the following( passage the scone
many expensive: tails of doctor. head from which a flaring rose, apparently Commandor Geo. .... Foote, of being luld on board a Mg tutlllng, ship:

i REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Mullint, S. c., March 10, 1901. real was blooming. lIe gave Henry B. WhIpple Tout at Orlando, who 'How's the wind?' asked the ship ,

Loans I have used Thedford's Sleck-Draught a cry and rolling over grasped with Is now acting as n special assistant adju per. Eust-iiortheast,' replied the mate,
Notary Public lor three yean and have I not had to go frenzied hands the stem of the chandelier tant-general, with headquarters at No. glancing at the ninsthond pennant,
to doctor since I have been It. 0:111 Fifteenth St. N. W. Washington t>. '
Collections Typewriting, Stenography., a taking which came up through the floor. which was strunndng blithely in the i
It Is the best medicine for that If Comrads to
me C. desiring secure rooms that In the
iTlTUSVILLK Fl-A. The host burst Into the room with a direction indicated. So
on the market for liver and kidney and meals can do so by writing to Com-
troubles and dyiptpila' and other loud laugh. They all do It,* he cried. rad Foote stating price they are, willing world, according to novnllstrt, we EAT EM LIKE CANDY

H. JONES complaints Rev A. G. LEWIS. 'They fear they will fa\l\ up to the cell to pay and what kind of accommodations should not only rind the mm setting !in ri*...n', PlIntuM. Potent, Tart* OIUM), IJoOomt. 6
WADE but would "stretuu"against ". r Hlukim' VV. k 10, W< "buukiul iM
tho oiiHt pennants
Ing. they desire. !>., hm. Writ tor first asluyl l>, *n l .o.
"AI 8. IlKitiiKHT: LANCKV, the direction of the prevailing health.iTim.nti Aililrm alum. rnsrtsT. mw TOMS.vela

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, SH" and "Set.!!I E. A. Kicn Depart. Com.Aimt. wind .,. '...>_
Loans ---- -- --- Borne one who believes In teachingby RO\\ Gen.A KEEP' YOUR BLOOD CLEAN

and Collections. A NATIONAL NEED. example has concocted a lesson In An Old Qooi.

TITUSVILLK Fr.oim\. the use of two little words which have It Is said thnt William Rrlgham of
Swludlo'Detected.Speaking .
Borne Views of Peter J. Oter on Good been a source of mortification and! Clmrdon, 0., Is the owner of a gnndor Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
Rond. trouble to many well meaning persons.A of sharp practice' I heart! more than 100 yours old antI that and Don't Know it, *

CEO. A. WORLEY In nn nrtlole on good roads written man or woman either can set a a party telling of u trick played upon he U a* lively today as the large flock now"roVin rotitT .

shortly, before his death for the New hen although they cannot sit her; neither them by a large poultry company of of .youngsters which he so proudly <
ATTORNEYATLAW.General York News the lute Peter J. Otey representative can they set on her although tbe "excellent repute." They purchasedsou leads about I Mr. Urlgham'a farmyard Fill a bottle or common glass with yourIwater

practice in State and Federal from Virginia( said: hen might sit on them by the hour If duck eggs and before placing In The bird'na brought. to this country and let U Hand: twenty-four sediment hours or settling ; a

Courts.receive All business entrusted will "In my opinion tbe most Important they would allow It. the! Incubator tested them. The result by Mr. RrlRhntu's father nearly a century Indicates an ri

prompt attention. question before the American pl'Opleto'IIY A man cannot set on the wash 'Wna startling, to say the least. Over alto from the oust anti has boon unhealthy condition t

General Counsel for the-Tuttle Estate Is that of good roads. Good bench but he could set the basin on it, 100 of the eggs; luul dead duckllllKS In In the" family's possession ever since ( of the kidneys -

Miami. roads like all other goal thing', cost. and neither the basin nor the grammarians them! The seller dd: not calculate on There are many accounts of the olilfellow's ) ; If It stains
U MIAMI FLORI1>A. Cheap articles are of Inferior quality; would object. the eggs; being tested In-forehand' and ; sagacity; In eluding foxes nnd your linen It Is

AMES hence our bud roads. If we are to tie could sit on the dog's tall If the pliici-d old Incnbutor eggs' & In with the other enemies., and be was the play evidence of kid.

'J J ANDREWS. linve good roads i. we must( pay tortl1l'l11. dog were willing or he might set hH! good ones. Had the party buyingplol..tI fellow of many of the old men of the ney trouble desire: too
thentrnteil frequent
ATTOHNEYATrW.Wain To pay for them we must l>o foot on It. But If he should set on the the eggs In machine and! township when they were boys years It or In
taxed. Then If taxed how? By the aforesaid tall or sit his foot there the on the eighth or tenth day ago. The goose was/ exhibited at the --"- the back la also. I

'f office and postoffico address, TITUS- federal or state government? grammarians as well as the dog would have anticipated a good hatchon recent centennial celebration at Burton convincing proof that the kidneys and blade

VH.LK. Branch office at FOHT PIKUCE. "1 am In favor of the whole systemof would bowl metaphorically at least the strength of the dead ducklings where he attracted a great deal of der are out of order. -.+_

Prosecuting Attorney for Ltrevard Co. roads In the country being placed And yet the man might set the tall or. If experienced enough to see thai attention. What to Do.

Notary Public State at Large. under government construction to be aside and then sit down and be assailed they were dl'lltl.0111l! hive| thought There I I. comfort In the knowledge 10 r

pall tor out of the United States treasury : neither by the dog nor by the tJllI'g 1I fertile, but possibly germs Ill Life Hiiveil Challlh4rlnhICollcs often expressed that Dr Kilmer's Swamp,
U clever trick and maybe Root, the kidney fulfills
and having Introduced a bill look- grammarians. wouk. This n great remedy every
STEPHEN FOSTER, considerable ex wish In rheumatism In the
'jag to thl* end. I am overwhelmedwith line been used to Cholera nnd Dlnrrlioen curing pain
back kidneys liver bladder and every part
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW letters from all sections of the Not' TVorrr. bit ainmher. tent. Itl>med)'. of the
urinary passage. It corrects Inability
country approving It and Inquiring TbpwI'rl': discussing. suicides and Morn I.-Tent all eggs bought, bcfor "II. T., Fiver, a well known cooper 01 to hold water and scalding pain In passing,
Sims Building? about It. This bill provides for the the proneuens; of different peoples. to : sett inn.--Zip In Poultry Monthly.DcitftiCMft this town, says he Iwlleves Clntnttwrlaln's It. or bad effects following use of liquor,

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. direct appropriation of $l t.OOO.OOO to depart It that WilY wheu one ol those I Cello, Cholera and I Dlurihona Remedy' wind or beer and overcomes that unpleasant' I Irealized.
be expended In the forty-five states engaged In the conversation turned to Cannot lie Cured saved l his life last summer, He bad been necesalty of being compelledto go often

W. ALLEN and tour territories of the United! a colored man and asked "'''by Is It by local applications) aw they cannot sick for n month with what the, doctors during the day, and to get up many times
GEORGE (States lii proportion to [population. It that so few of your people take. their reach the diseased portion of the ear cull bilious should become a continuing appropriation own lives?" There Is only one way to cure Deafneso nothing do him any good until he effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: become I1l'twol'ko'er his bead a moment and that Is by constitutional remedies., tried this remedy. It gave hint I Immedi It stands the highest for Its won-
roads a scratching
till good After
KleYVIC8T. ate relief II. T. Little nmrchnnt derful cures of the moat .
FLORIDA. "Well. Uenfnet-B Is caused by an Inlliimed condition says distressing cases.If
Will practice In the United :States the land."Will the person' addressed responded of the nmroiis' lining of the Kuatachlnn "- Ilnncnrk, bid For sale by Ill druggists you need a medicine you should have the
and State Courts. Ojun05 anybody tell me why the I toll you. boss: when a nigger eats Tube. When this tube gets inflamed and medicine dealers. best. Sold by druggists: In 500. and$1 I. sizes.
United States government should not down be don't worry, but goes to ;you have a rumbling sound 01 You may have! a sample bottle! _of this p

construct good roads hI the various sluep."-New York Times. Imperfect hearing and when it Is entirely Care of tI.. r...tI.. wonderful discovery '

N.S.. BURNIIAM, M. D. Btritos and territories? Is there any cloned Deafness Is the result, and unless Little turkeys, having rather wild and a book that tells w

difference In thus applying' public --- the Inflammation: can be taken out and natures, do not take Tory kindly to more about It, both sent J "H' :"M'

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, money and applying It to creeks, Cancer Cured by Blood Iltilin. this tube restored tolls normal condition meal/ and pudding Cheese went and absolutely free by mall, i
hearing will be destroyed forever nine address Dr. Kilmer tt Sw jnpRall
and ? I.'h to ** ;
branches rivers are
All Skin and Blood I>!MHMS Cured. should be re-vnforcod by onion
Ea.r. Nose and Throat. to' Interstate oases out of ten are caused by catarrh, eggs Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men-
pedlte transportation, help l\lra..t. L. ..Adams Fredonla Ala., which Is nothing but an InlUmud. condition tops mid lettuce. I.lttl turkeys are tion reading this generous offer In this paper.'
WEST PALM DBACH, FLORIDA and foreign commerce. took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually of the mucous surfaces susceptible to dampness so for the -, -
"The concentration of population and cured an eating cancer of the none We will give One Hundred Dollars for first two or threeVlt.'k.. of their lives

HOUGUTOVS wenlth In great clues would be largely and face. The sores healed up perfectly. any case of Deafness (caused by ) they should b. carefully protected durIng -
DR. overcome If the country districts Many: doctors had, given up heroine Kit I lilt cannot bo cured by I 11.ill's Cita.uhCure. dew and showers. It Its difficult to SEE o ,
should have their fair share of the appropriation hopeless. Hundreds of cases of cancer, H md for circulars, free. raise them and chicks together becauseat ffRRY'S .r+
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS of public money and the aailng sores, suppurating swellings, etc., F. J. CIIKNEV) _'*: Co., Toledo O.mrOold the latter develop r
early stag
have been cured by Blood Balm. *
Improvement of the coun- ( : : bv all Druggist 7>e.Hall's .
on the "Dentos," consequent follow. others, Mrs. It. M. Guerney Warrior Fa.mllyl'IIIII are the bast. faster and rob the little turkeys, while The Farmer
try roads that would Stand, Ala. Her nose and lip were raw later the poults become the quicker
Now AT PALI DKA.CH.Foley's as beef with offensive cbarllo from and the hurdler and domineer.-O. I. The Gardener

CKOUl the eating: sore. Doctors advised cut- An Old Gander on Gmril. Edwards l I. Farm and llouia.Charton and
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a'' ting but It failed. Blood Balm healed "Keep an old gander," lay a writer The Housewife
with the of
begins symptoms
Usually : the and Mrs. well
Kidney Cure common cold; there la chilliness, sneezing sores Botanic, Blood Guerney Balm also as as In a gardening paper, "If you would ) FOP Kovrla. Tlm. ,MM|a HID nin... T....'
ever. cures
mBkeskMneYSBndbmdderrqhVirginia sore throat, hot t-UIn, quick pulse, eczema, itching:hit store, scab*and scales, protect young chicks from their enemies The value of charcoal must not bttunllen'Jltlwo'tell. an,."wnrrii tll.. urd/uarv S yrr.i khul.1' nluruU iubl
hoarseness and Impeded re respiration bone pains, ulcers, offensive pimples, In the shape of dogs. cats, crow It Is of much help IUlllu.aI'-
Give frequent small doss", of liallard's blond poison, ca! bunclell. scrofula and tllIlICPl .. The gentleman will bo In keeping fowl. In beultli and preventing D. M. .altItY A oa
Horehound :Syrup:: (the child will, cry for risings and bumps on the skin and all found of great use shifting all objectionable looseness. Food It powdered D.trolt Mloh.

Homes It) and at the first sign of croupy cough: blood troubles. Druggists/ : $1 per per \ characters! with commendable in the food two or throe times a week. ,
apply frequently Ballard's Snow Liniment large bottle. Hample of Botanic Hood promptness. Not only will Intruders Chickens for market will fatten faster

externally to the throat., r 0cts at Balm free and prepaid by wilting Blood be smartly looked! after but the gander If fed charcoal It bus been found.
1 B. K. Wilson &: Son. Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble will waite as much noise as possible >dlcliie
Charcoal la not a ui< !, strictly
The Largest and Most Come
and special medic! advice sent la -
You '.unn about Virginia Lauds, while performing Ills duty thus sH>aking. It Is an absorbent. and 81t
sealed letter. It Is certainly worth while t
t Its resources, products, mode of cultivation E.-Ke or Poultry.We Investigating: such a remarkable remedy giving the poultry keeper' and game such takes up the |w>lsotiou gases In olete Establishment South.

prices'etc.. by reading the have within the last six month. as Blood Diilm cures the most awful rearer warning when all la not right." the system and carries them off. It 1 I.
Virginia Farmer. Send !Oct.. asked half a dozen or more commercial worst and most deep seated blood practically harmless In any amount. GEO. 8. HACKER & SON,

for 3 months subscription to the poultrymeu to give us their opinion a* diseases. A Cheap Lice Kill...

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. to the relative profits' of producing egg G. A. C. Clarke In Poultry Messenger Ov. T.... Boom. i

or poultry for market. I says a most effective and cheap liquid Crowding 200 ben Into the space
Soft Bodied ..... ..
The Invariable reply has been that soap
lice killer can IK miule by dissolving that ought to accommodate 100 will
BANNER SALVE are more profitable than poultry. For |plant' !Theo! cud delicate! larva, .
eggs n pound of naphthalene crystals in Hi crowd out all the health comfort vigor
the most healing salve In the> world. Thin lit I our view of the matter and such us the pt-tir slug a strength olio gallons of kerosene. Put the mixture flesh, temper and eggs of your entire

hits been for a good many years, thl tnlned by dissolving" half a pouud of lnt> n Jnu or can and shake occasionalIjr flock. Overcrowding Is bad for
having been bused on long continued soap In u gallon of water I Is suHelent.(
opinion It nil! tx ready for use In twenty- any stock sod particularly bad for
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE teats. Soft soap will answer a* well as bard four or forty-fight; hours. ,Paint roostsand feathered stock.A .
The egg former necessarily has a but at Sfist double quantity should be
011"1'1" ( platform ---- -----
considerable quantity of poultry to sell taken. Any good soap Is effective la ICeiiinrkulfle Iteeuril. r IJ

In the shape of surplus cockerels and destroying soft bodied Insects such a.
CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE Chamberlain's Cough Itemed has a remarkable -
hens that are old enough to be dispensed plant lice and young or soft bodied record. It hits been ID use for

with. larvae, say Uarlatt. The Clyde, ships sailing: from Jackson over thirty years, during which time
While this poultry may be dispensed vllle still continue to go north full of many million bottles have been sold and MANUFACTURERS OK a,
with at a profit the profit Is not a* Caution pasxengnrs. II Is evident. that this popular used. It has long been the standard and
T".DE MAmas large as that derived from the production line Is a great favorite with the travel main reliance In the treatment of croupIn Doors Sash Blinds.Me
DaslanaCorvmtoarts of eggs under fairly favorable con This Is not a gentle word-but when ing pnbllo for our home people have been thousands of homes, yet during all .
Ac. you think: bow liable you are not to patronizing the Clyde line and y
$ pur. yearly this lute no case has ever beeR reported & Building Material
A a.tafrh and drmrrp m.r ditions./ aiding
n.nna..ndt9e" : attahlh. .: of bens that will chase for 7to: remedy universally seem thoroughly satisfied with the ships, (lo the manufacturers which It failed
hlhntnnn1..rnwrtnnlyP, 'ommun'' The production remedy
known and a that has had the service stateroom accommodations etc.
to effect When given as soon ss
a cure.
Handbook Pet.els l r. c mea A Warerooms Kingopposlto
tlnn..rtr.tlyoontld.ntlal. of a very :
number eggs
aunt Ira. Uldo.taa ney for aeCunngJSLSUG.Patanta : a large largest sale of any medicine la tbe world The Clyde are progressive people andfir. the child becomes hoarse or even as soon Cannon 8 tract.
tmkcn ibrrouah 'unnpmal A (ns scars business, and poultrymen for the
profitable since IRON cure and treatment of constantly studying the convenience
It will
the cough
as ,
_.... wlthous chart. In tb croupy appears prevent
cannot do better than to begin establishing Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles and comfort of their patrons. It Is certainty the attack It Is pleasant to take, Charleston-. C.
Scientific Jlm ri\an. ; strains of this kind. without losing Its great popularity a pleasure to sail from Jackson many children. like Jt. It contains no

A h.n<1 om.'lr nimtrmtwl ...._I'. 1jir* ftarcalMlun The trap nest will furnish the proper all these years, yon will be thankful we vllle on one of their grand steamers and opium or other harmful substance and and
Sash Cord
i>f any enr.ntlennurnal.:: Terms. .ftor. Sr evidence of prolificacy and 10 faI called your attention to Boscbee's German our home people selecting their route may be given as confidently to a baby ss eights,
fon *L Sold bll n w Msaanr.
nmntlu. means by which this can be Syrup. There are so many cough remedies for annual trip. north could not travelin to an adult, For sato by all druggists
MUNN & Co.3tll'-*"" New YorkBraoclt the Commercial<< I Poultry. made by druggists and others that greater comfort than by the 'lydo and medicine dealer Hardware
secured ,
offlo. <25 f at.WMhlmiiuu.U.C. are cheap and good for light: eolds perhaps Line The rates are always, considering ------- -
but for severe Coughs, Bronchitis the fact that they Include meals and Window and Fancy Clasf

OLD LEAD FOR SALE In any quantity !- the Cough c.roup-aod: especially for Consumption stateroom berths much cheaper than by 7J.
at the ADVOCATE office. Stop! where there Is difficult expectoration aDd rail. A letter addressed to F. M. Ironmonger A SPECIALTY. ,
and works off the Cold. coughing daring the nights and morn Jr.,Au'a Oen'l Passenger AgeDtl '--
Laxative Crorao-Qulnlne Tableta core a lags,there Is nothing like German Syrup. Jacksonville }'Ia., will bring This iffBsture I. on every lies of tll. ._DI..
Foley's Honey and Tar cold in .one day >To Core No Pay. !Hold by all druggists: civilized world. particulars.. Chas. H. Walton I. the 71iosvlllo 1. Laxative liromo-Quinine T.bleh Foley's Honey and Tar

cures colds} prevents pneumos la. Price 25cts. G. G. Gneejr, Woodbarj, y. J. agent. tht remedy that cares s ...


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:;; '. f':I' EAST COAST ADVOCATE EDUCATION IN THE SOUTH. -I JAMES. FBITCHABD C. S, SCHUYLKR, President, Cashier; W. S.. BKANSINO WM. M. ,Bnown Asst. Cashier., TIc.Preside t

-It could called
I not be opposition
r !f' O* Tau IHDIA KITBtt,. LAKB
I -manifested in the South toward
"t"',, woaraASOSIec.vxssATeaarrows! the work of the Southern Education Health COUNTY DEPOSITORY. ,
1..11'1 i I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.OBABLKK Board appears pretty much to FOR A QUARTERI Authorized capital, $ Oocoo
I Ii
have disappeared, the New
i tl' H. WALTON, Editor & PuLIieber.d York Times. What says there was of J?*opl wbo bays torpid liters Bad life a miser Paid up capital, $25,000
Average deposits, !
.'Iq it was due, we think, mainly to misunderstanding able existence, and take purges and drutlo i drug SIOO.OOQJ
Discontinuance of ailvtft. must be made per- failure understand .which gripe and rack the bowels, when all they need..
sally at this ofHoa or by writing. the purpose, or and methods to of!;- a gentle reminder to the liter to do lie duty. Transacts a General Banking

Oheok,eto.,maybe made payable to CHABLE the board. This has been dispelled, 'D AMON'S LIVER PILLS
i B. WALTON"' ,publisher.Addreai the work has and the -
Ii as proceeded Business.
1 ,v organization has begun to show direct J ANDTONIC PELLETSare I !

all communications to activity. Probably the most mild In their ao lo11. The pllll stimulate the liver to Its Largest and Oldest Bank on (the
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, effective influence in this direction proper work ,and the pellets invigorate the system) as a Rilei r,
i''j) i ti TITUHVILLIC FLORIDA.. whole; in short they both assist Nature, which II all a ;r Exchange bought; and sold on all t,, I iCu
,I wan provided at the great Summer medicine lIbould do Remember that 23 doses for 25 a Countries.
.1 I ... .. School of the South held in Knoxville ifBROWN 1
days ta 25c. You can bare a free sample
t I o V. 8. J>ei>rtrtiHOiit of Agriculture' Tenn. Some 1700 teachersand you want It.- pvl, ,,, 1 tr.Patronage. .tment.appreciated.and every favor Prompt cmiKlHtnnt"en I'v. ,I I, ,,!,.!.JIrvative I
rtw l
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. school offices, from every state MFO. co. I i3 S banking granted '
in the South, were assembled there, CofREerONnxNTsgym
New York
n The following; is-a comparative statement and the plans of the Southern Edu and Oreeneville, :r+L.aa .",,y- V. y National Seaboard Hank National of Jacksonville Bank: of !Via Se" ., ,,'I 1 mil

of temperature and rainfall for the cation Board were fully explainedand Ten n. r '
week ending; Tuesday, Sept. 1)), 1002. acutely discussed byxSouthern : ,
-1003: -1001- _:._ --- -- .
t men. The result was that a "dec- -- :::

1' I DATS.:3 I MAX.84 MIN.70 MAX.8.1 MIN.70 laration of principles" was unanimously
4 O.J: 74 87 72 adopted, in perfect harmonywith TIII
N R 80! 78: 8fl 7i: the principles of the board and
0 87 70 80' 73 including the following statement Sold by H. R. WILSON A: SON. TITUSVILI.K.
7 87 75: 80 74 : Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
; _..
"We our hearty -- -- -- --- -------------- ,
I 8 87 75 80 78 express appreci-
f 0 80 70 80 77 ation of the noble work of the THE GOOD ROAD TRAINS. A Fine Place For Sale. ,*

Total'ralnfall for the week: .2!) Southern and General Education

Departure from normal rainfall for the Boards, which by their earnest Results of the Lvasone ouIliilldlnif UJ.b.ap 200 feet on Indian River, and running Vitrified, PaYing and Sidewalk Brick..",
i 0 week: minus 1.89 Inches. Departure sympathy and generous meanshave In the South. back 300ft. to county road; a lot adjoining
_ 1' ,'' from normal rainfall since January 1, made possible this great Summer In answer to an Inquiry from The 138ft., river front, running back Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone V,102.
minus 13.24 Inches. Railroad Gazette Vice President Ilarn- 140ft ; on blulT! 20ft. above the river, I
HAL. P. HAHDIN, Observer. School of the South and in numerous J. K. 3IUNJTERLYN, General Manager.\ / :
which is salt water, and three miles
han of the llinols Central gives the observed -
or., other ways are strengthening results of the wide at this place. _._ _. .
--- --- -------- --- experimental trip
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the patriotic efforts of the Southern House of six rooms, has been kept IMcMurray
tf, THE ADVOCATE; returns thanks to people to improve their educational through Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi painted and In good repair; 25ft. from
and Louisiana of the good roads
Senator J. Talliaferro for copies conditions." river bank, commandln a beautiful view & Baker
train sent out by that railroad com
of Indian River; stairs lead down to
',ii of the Twelfth Census. The essential feature of the policy puny. There was less ,need of the the river, apd a dock built out into the ,
contained in this declaration Is lesson In Kentucky than In the other water to accommodate small boats. A

1 s MONT Pelee baa again, been in thus expressed : states as the turnpike roads In the interior never-falling well with pump near kitchen 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
of Kentucky have been models door, and a never-failing spring of
eruption this time destroying the "We must recognize conditionsand
clear, cool, pure water a short distance -Makers and Jobbers of-
,'C village of Morne Rogue with over frankly face them. We there- for three-quarters of a century. from house. Home lot and poultry yards
r a thousand Inhabitants. fore declare ourselves in favor of a Tbnt state was the pioneer In the fenced with poultry netting.; One house

; 11 public school system, Mate sup- building of such roads However. 0.Kelltucly for poultry and Belgian hares 12x22 feet, Vehicles Harness>' Carriage and Wagon Material
; Good Honda association has and smaller
a fancy poultry house. ,
THE pineapple plantations of ported and State directed in which been formed to improve roads in ,
I 'i sec 7* orange trees j just coming Into bearIng
'If'' 1 the Indian River country were never every child may. have the open door tions of the state where they are not \2 grapefruit trees, :2 peach trees, 3 Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
; l I in better condition that at the present of opportunity.. i up to the stl1 ndl1 I'll. Similar associations scuppernong; grapevines-all beating
: j time. This is especially true What little Indication of disapproval have been organized Tennessee, several kumquats and guava bushes, First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

: I* there in the South Mississippi! and Louisiana and la each shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs ------..- ---------- --- -- -. ------- -- -
: of the plants that will come into was rose near the bouse.
i II' !. bearing next season. With favor. from the interpretation of this of those states the legislatures will bo i .A good county road along near river

i 1:1', able climatic conditions, the crop clause. The reasoning that was asked to take steps furthering the good bank, from Titusville, the county seat, East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.
I work.
.next will be a large one. used seems to have been something eleven miles north, toltockledge! ,a beautiful -
j iff",! year very The sentiment aroused wherever the winter resort, nine miles south, with
,Mi '1...i ij like this : "The open door of opportunity experts on the train showed what could Cocoa[ a nice little business town, and ,
''I j \ PRESIDENT.Roosevelt is meeting ia to be 'for every child! be done in good road construction with City Point between. Railroad station i GENERAL, OFFICE: EAU GAT-LIE, FLA. a

tU- ;, (, 'very cordial receptions wherever he That means black and white alike, native and comparatively cheap material mile west. Postofllce and school near. Yards at Titusville, Eau GallIe and Fort Pierce.
J 1 I f and the next stepwill be to mixed has spread to remoter parts of Five acted of very line fruit land near
I ,,'41 visits. Chattanooga treated him schools, and so to social equality." the states, and the movement looking station (from which a little was given for I Complete stock of Lumber and Building Material\ of all kinds; Sash and ')'OI'f!.
J.I tl'i"! royally, and while in that city he section houses) containing n beautiful
." :'I" was presented with a very hand- Of course, the interpretation is toward an Intelligent and consistent young peach orchid of 100 trt es, mostly Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Officr
strained. It is the opinion of these method of roadbulldlng and road con- In bearing, bore a line crop this year; ..
; some cane the gift of citizens off
servntiou has been well started.A .
s Southern teachers that all children fruit good size and exceedingly: rich
J' le Seventh Congressional District of like good roads! train Is now tour flavor. A little house near station al
I/ -
/,,,1, t Georgia, in which was the home of should have the opportunity for ing the south Atlantic states arousing ways rents for :$1 or $1.50 per month. Hodges & O'Hara
r the PreslJent'.mother. schooling, but not for the same Interest everywhere and promising* us Experts pronounce this soil particularly ,
_ __ j .. schooling and not at all for schooling good results as attended the demonstration adapted grape culture. Price, by ad --...Manufacturers and Dealers In...
in the classes. dressing. "BOX 10,"
t same The In the Mississippi river states. Rough
As an expression of appreciation schooling in anv case is to be IlarduevllIo.Fla. and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

l I, I of the generous policy of the United "State supported and State directed Ui cased

States towards her, China will make, ," and it l is not to be supposedthat Orange Box heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings I Shlnglek/ o'tf
t k an unprecedented exhibit at the Mill\ and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fin. Write us for prices delivered. ,'
the State will fail THE NEW YORK
I k ) World's Fair, St. Louis. Assurances governments GROCERY COMPANY. to any part of the Suite.:) Address: Hodges & O'Haia, Buffalo lilufl, Fla
to respect the sentiments of the
h this action have ._ .
of been -
I 1 given people in a matter of this sort.. ---------- -- ------ -- -
the John
Hon. Barrett
to The view of the teachers is that all The Oldest Established Uraln and Seed House 1 in the Stan
l sioner-general to Asia and:} Australia that is dangerous in the colored. WHOLESALE FRUIT, PRODUCE & POULTRY MERCHANTS.We .
; by the viceroys!! of several Important is rnm
"' provinces.A race more dangerous by buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Produce( : Wm.: :: A. Sours dz; CO.
ignorance, incapacity for work,idle and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We glvo our
ness, superstition, and wan of self- ,
close personal attention to the consignments, and any business trusted to us will
number of Denver ladies
planning to visit the St. Louis Fair have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Returnsare 1
made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes
V Cabbage, Potatoes,
in a body in 1001.\) Their I
/ of securing the trip is extremely manner yearold FLORENCE girl Kroll who, a Buffalo disappeared fifteen- etc.Onions, etc., Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, Peaches, Plums, Grapes, >' Flour, Grits, Meal and FertilizersI

i a novel. They are organizing a St. from home last March, has been We solicit correspondence and will keep you In touch with the market. e MIIMJaS 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
io, $ Louis World's Fair! society, and found in New York City. When '
i Agts. for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y: and Plant System.
monthly dues will be charged. All discovered, she made the excuse for The New York Grocery Co.,

9" r funds. will be kept until the Fair'ia running away, that she was tiredof 100-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
held when it ia
expected enough the monotonous life she was living .
money will be in the treasury to and wanted to see the world. P. Hiulilman.: c& Co.

t, guarantee all a long visit at the That was a poor excuse for the

$ exposition. The scheme Is ,being girl to make after all the love and Seeds For Summer Crops.

"mothered" by some of the best care lavished upon her by her FLORIDA

t known women in the city. parents from the age of a baby to

: the age of fifteen ; besides permitting Millets Sorghums, SoJ.x! ; Beans, Velvet Deans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte, Giant II E. .IPLES:
r' MERCHANTS should remember that them for months to be torturedby Beggarweedclean. ..

t ; one good, striking advertisement serious apprehensions regardingthe
does not mean good advertising. fate that had befallen her. C4a 4 t1- SEAS:: : A SPECIALTY. 0

It Is not hit which
Whlpps, Clays, Wonderful Black Unknown, Ladyftngern. t
Ir I but a series, of which the Among the many interesting Clean Bright tttockj; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, S.'io; per qt., Postpaid; $1.23 New York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association. y
gf average is good. Merchantsshould achievements of human inventive peck; :$423 bushel.
t'l'' not be faint-heartd or worried if genius accomplished during the decade Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.L. 201 Washington St )t NEW YOKK. ,

1 b one week's advertising does bring which has lapsed since the CAMERON, The Seed Store, U3 Murray Street. J f N. Y. r

in but'few answers, for many people World's Fair! at Chicago, and which 123 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ilMTM n
tq' are afraid to deal with an advertiser will be seen at the World's Fair! at ESTABLISHED 1870. II

f ; who merely advertiser once St. Louis in 1901, there will be the 1u

: ', j i, or twice. It is not one week, or wireless telegraph, the automobile

r 4 one month, but the year's average the alriglble balloon the wireless ) Lane & Son
r which decides between good and telephone, the transmission of night a / a .

poor advertising, and the success by wire and the telephoning from ?

I :4t of advertiser.; motion.railway trains and trolley curs in 250 WASHIXttTOX STREET, NEW YORK.

LIEUTENANT: : Bains, who has just

i t a' returned after to a his prolonged. home in stay Philadelphia in the East THE Coast crop of of Florida oranges will along be larger the I t ra t l Southern Fruit and Produce

this than was at first expected.It '
t i b' Philippines, does not seem to be / / Ia
V s V very favorably impressed! with that Is true we had a drouth, but the Cornrn.issior: :: : eIohac.: ;
y trees are now In fine condition.TITUSVILLE'S .
for in .
country giving olllcial teati.rnony .
.1 regarding the attractions ;of FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY. "

:'If I : these new possessions of the United TRAINS.The a # 4 I I ,

States, he said : "All white men r Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
I" lfilm; the following are the times of arrival _
j long to For first --
get away. and departure of passenger trains to and e I Ii' u __ :::
two months the islands are all right, from Tltusville:

because they are new and a novelty, SOUTHBOUND.Learei OLJ'V'J'r: :' EeOrEEeS.: : ::
A; i lp "k; \ but after that time money tempts Tltuivllla Intermediate for Miami and I ssl: P1"' I I I
point at f
,, f/ r. very few to stay, The country op KOaTHBODXD.lttmTlIU i Produce Commission
i i; ':, :presses the visitor, the natives hate lAne for Jacksonville I 1'411 I' I. 't II Merchants.

Jt 't 1.. us Americans from the bottom oft and Intermediate points. at. } P4". ; I Ij'I 'it r
Tltn Tlll for Sanford
\ 1 .nArrlrea >
/ i their }heart, and they are treacherous Tltu..IUe from Sanford 1:20 p.m Florida Pines Our
Il I ii t : cruel arid untrustworthy." I WRAItfMT t r. Specialty.

o I 'I'! I The outlook does not seem to bead Are You Goiiijr North ? I i

i 'very inviting one for American D MPER 1C. aUflfl, Otf''CE pK& 335
No wonder England gave the If Iou are, you can buy a flrat-claw, ; Washington Street,
I' back roua ticket over the Clyde or Mai- y : lit
country to Spain after owning
11' lory lines, cheap, by writing, or calling NEW YORK. '
I it for, a while. at tLe ADVOCATE office, TltusYllle. 1'
References: Our 33

Jt t J\,\.t' t'r- 't. lears-record. Cbatham National Bank, New York

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est Palm Beach. Jensen. Melbourne. Eau Gallie.

Potter :na.A.: :B <>S_

R. B. Is sojourning 1 1itngton In Moadainen/ LeTourneau and Blake, of GOODB &0 nOUOB.-Real Estate and Loam 1
[ D. C., for a few days. Eden were call making In our berg this Aiteut for Etna Lnmtoii and Liverpool and his boat for the fall business. GROCERS
week Globe, I'rovldaiini Wonhlnirtoii. and auu Fire
8. llcrln Is opening up a ladles' fur Insurance. Special' attention paid to the Water in the Kau Gable Is fut reach

_g: store In the \Veybeoht block 'V. I. Allen Is having a new dock built Interests of non-resldents. ing fall levels, owing to recent rains.

Ish her success. John Miller" of Eden, l is la charge of the :Mrs.\ William Treutler Is looked for Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

work. 'JJSubllcrlptlons for the AnvocATi, \ after In 111. her
s. M. C. Madson of Park Cottage dally, a stay Chicago ,
the of the Kant Coast will bIJ
pink ,
The Ice paper old home.
extended has
just returned from quite an factory been casting; up]
received the Melbourne PostoOico.
through Virginia and Ohio.o smoke for a week equal to Mont l>elee. at
John Houston Is building a fishing
A change to Ice ia promised in the near Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Board of Trade are still agitating boat tor W. It Cross one of our prominent
future.C. Stephen M. Gteger, of Ma il I I. was In
"electric light plant. With President I Melbourne last week. fish' dealers.Si WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED t
.r'l able management good work S. Schuyler Is shedding a portion of : D. Geiger ws In Eau Gallie this ,
his pineapple field. He hall also just addition the McUrlde
|be accomplished The new to grocery week In tho Interest of the Equitable
shedding Bis recently purchased store Is nearly finished. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
and Mrs. Ilatchett on their return cow and calf. Insurance Company.

the North brought a pair of black Capt West has treated his buildings Sam : of. Melbourne In Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In'' tieason.Vfo .
Martin was
land ponies, which are the envy of John Sorensen and family have goneto at West End to fresh paint lately.
Eau Gallie's harbor on Saturdaay last in K"- solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
juvenile portion of the town. North Carolina to enjoy the cool

[ the let mountain air, and also to place their! Arthur Lapham, of Cocoa, spent a few his lairnch 1 Dreamer __ __.___ ._ ____ __ __ __ __ u___ ___._ ---.t-: :
J D. C. days at the McUrldu bOls4the past week. ,
| In school. John I. of
son, John a military Simpson, Now York, was. In
of raontNorth !
delightful trip a
,Ie from a and West among her rela IT. 'Y. Bessey, of Stuart, spent Sundayas Oh as. Horton and Miss Syble, of Fort Gnu Gallie, on Saturday last, booking RockledgeCocoa.Steve -
her the Ireland l'lel'ce'el'e In town, last Friday, visiting orders for boat haidware.; I
; her many friends welcome guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. TIRED AND

1m. Airs. Bcsxey having gone to spend relatives. Business Is. opening up with good prospects WORN OUT.
a few weeks with relatives: In Nashville. Postmaster Goode believes in painting this fall. Tho summer ha also Taylor Is painting the roof ol
very Northern train bring back our the buildings on the Garvey plantation
Tenn. white, so the postofHce building Is having been ahoad of former seasons
ilents, who have visited different sea in South Rockledge.
I is of the North through the summer The continued rains' are proving great a new white dress Cordwood Is being brought Into Eau

I I business of all kinds seems to be I Ilalthy In blessing in the growth produced and Edgar G. Jones arrived from Baltimore Gallie by lighter, for tho use of the There was a good refreshing ruin on.

condition. pineapple Holds never looked better than last Monday evening, much to the steamers running from this point Tuesday afternoon, that revived everything
now. From present Indications there of bias and cooled the air very much
Jr. and Mrs.'L. D. Lock woo J, of Iho will bo winter of delight family. G. F. I'II<1<1180n is having a water tank
blland" have returned from LithlIngs \ quite a crop pineapplei The home of Mrs. II. O. Snedeker was set up on the Eau Uallin river for the use .T. J. Dymock ran over a palmetto stick,,

Ga., and we are pleased to an. In a past Issue of the ADVOCATE we lonely last Thursday after Mrs. Mack of the Banana and Indian river steam- last Tuesday on the road below Hock-

[nee that Mrs. Lockwood return read Mr. John R. Walker's letter relativeto and little daughter Mills Edith, had departed ers. lodge, breaking his wheel and doing It

bh Improved In health. applying to toad purposes the money for Alabama for a while. great damage. 4
Mis* A. Florence Hodgson returned to
Ir. and Mrs. W. R. Moses enjoyed a old Brevard claim county that has Is been entitled awarded to from to the the Editor E. D. Gull and, Miss Lllla, of her home, in Eau Ualllo, on Saturday A. H. Smith is. busy planing ofT and

J to Neptune In their launch on the State. No better use could be made of Southern Pities N. C., are in town visiting last, after a stay of two months in the smoothing the now floor recently put
inst. Mrs. Moses 18 enthu..lastlc relatives. Miss Lillaseoms, delighted North. down In tho dining room of the New Women Needa
| very It, and If It were put to a vote of the people ; hotel.
flowers and foliage be back Melbourne friends Rockledge
the bordering to
we think the roads would receive It. among The steamer Hypoluxo l Is hauled out

canal and altogether had an idea Dr. T. A. Peek is putting a new fence on I1od lIon'8 ways and being overhauledand Miss Vera Ilibbs spent part of )lust constant supply of blood-making/

burring the shortage gasoline, DOCTORS COULD NOT HELP HEB around his residence. Nothing like keep. painted, in readiness for the fall week visiting her friends Mr. and Mrs.: terial or their systems will break down.

[ fire company has been organized anda "I had kindey trouble for year" write lag: up the neat appearance of our''horn business. Minerand: family, at Bonnventure, returning The complicated female organism. laso.
I the 3Jie Wash. It adds much to the attractions of after delightful visit. to be easily
very Interesting meeting on Mrs.Raymond Conner of Shelton places Mr. and Mrs. Harris and Mr. and Mrs. delicately adjusted as
( Ladles' Club House with Pres "and the doctors could not help me. I Melbourne.The Robinson of Tibbals FIn stopped at About twice a week L. R. Paxton takes thrown out of balance. As a result,
(t McGInley In the chair and Mr. tried Foley 's Kidney Cure and the health and strength are affected by-
very following Masons: Rev. R. B. Eau Gallie, on Monday last. The party his cast net and crosses to East Kock-
|nk Gardner as secretary; an Initial first dose gave me relief and I am now Templeton, Capt. West Dr. J,. A. Peek. were cruising Indian river ledge and brings back dozen or two divers diseases Motherhood, family, u
tics held the evening of the cured. I much for.I.< such 'drains her
was on cannot say too 'oley's Messrs. Chas II. Stewart and Chan. '1', mullet. They are fal, and very nice society all levy upon
; with satisfactory results. Kidney Cure Sold by B.N. Wilson & !Son: McDrldo weut to Cocoa,, lust) week In Captain J. II. Andrews, of Tibbals eating. strength: that most women break under
the Fla., left for his home on Sunday, last, the nervous tension. The demands
ork Is being rapidly pushed on Capt. Martins' launch Dreamer, to attend -
after housing his The bridge gang on this dl vision of tIle her strength are much
sloop Dixie at JloIIC'lIon's upon nervous
Jefferson building and Anthony Tibbals. the Masonic banquet. They were boat yard for the gale season. The F. E. C. Hallway' Is here and busy tltk- greater; than similar demand. of the
are ready to move at the earliest all most royally entertained while there.
Ing tho old 1 planking and decayed
Captain Is always a welcome visitor In up opposite sex. Hence the must be supplied
nont possible. Their store will be We were very much shocked to recelved Eau Gallie where he has many friends. timber at the river depot anti will put lu In greater measure with the element -

Ipped\ with all the modern oonven!- Miss May Hudson, of Pine Bluff Ark., the sad news of the death of Mrs. -- new where needed.O. -Iron-that gives strength. The
D s, and a fine, up to date stock will Is now the guest of her uncle, F. M. Hud Amelia E. Valentino who died on Sun reason women feel tired and worn out
for the new store. Foley's Honey and Tar Is peculiarly N. Hatch wife and children, left
paned up son. :Miss: Hudson expresses herself a8 day the 7th Inst., at; Marietta Ga., adapted for chronic throat troubles and about the middle of lust week fur tile and sutler from hendachebpalns In tho

rs. J. C. Stowers, left on the 5th, tMr. < being delighted with our settlement. where she went to spend a few months will positively cure bronchitis, hoarseness great picnic and fieh-fry to be hold l on back: and limbs they

: Stowers, at Indian Springs, Ga. Russell Waters made good record for Her daughter, Miss\ May was the only! and all bronchial diseases. Refuse substitutes the Wont Side They came the first of have used up their supply of Iron.

Stowers has been much benefitted himself, on Tnesday, by killing four member of her family: \ who was with her, Sold by B. R. Wilson &: Sou. this week after having a big time. Menstruation trouble la largely caused
he use of the spring water as many, whooping cranes at two shots. The no one knowing that. the end was so near. by lack of Iron.

ra, o[our residents have just reed whooper 1* a very fine bird, and l Is equally She leaves a family nnd' a large number Judge Everett has moved from Cocoa
ringing loud praises of the vlr. tine wild in size and of friends to mourn her 108s.Ve all extend Lotus. to Ms lot near the pump house whichM.
an as a turkey Dr. Harter's
of the famous Indian Springs flavor. our heartfelt sympathy to the F. Dwyer gave him to b"lhlon. lie
stricken family of this dear, departed has about finished his little dwelling. It
subscription list has been started bye ; The yawl Maude Miller, weighed anchor .
friend. makes it handy for Judge In carrying
of the young men in town for the on :Sunday morning last, and sailed ------- Dr. Cnpron and family left last: week the mall to and from the trnln. Iron Tonic

ose of arranging for a series of en for up river" points under command of USED FOR PNEUMONIA:-l)r. J. C. for! a months stay at Heubroeze.

Inments to be given during the Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris, of Tibbals Bishop of Agnew Mich., says, "I have Bean planting will soon begin here. lolll1l1llabel Hchuyler of Jensen, camn
liter consisting of lectures by prom I. and Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hoko, of Jensen used Foley's Honey and Tarin thro every] Tomatoes and cabbage are about readyto up last week to visit her uncle and aunt supplies this element. It enriches the

pt men, and musical evenings by pro- They expect to spend about two weeks severe eases of pneumonia with good results tot out. Mr. and, Mrs. J. E. Bottler, on tlio' Day blood and restores what strain baa
tionals. Let the good work go on. cruising on Indian and Banana Rivers. In Refuse substitutus place In South Hoc UI edge. Her brother, used up.
every CHHO. Mrs.\ I). A. Ramsey and Mrs H. A. Karl has been at the name plane for Augusta Ark? r.fa.10, 1001.
'he'Itoyal Poinciana Hotel Is recelv C. n. Gifford and Frank Waters sailed Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. Osteen were passengers to Cocoa Tuesday several weeks 'l'II01lelt on Woclemlay, "After havinq sold Dr. Harter' remediesfor

a new coat of paint in the regula Wednesday morning, on IIr. GilTord'i via steamer Canaveral. for Jensen. Karl will then go toSuwanneo thirtyyearslcan, ouxirfully r.commend 1
i color yellow and white. Many launch for Eau Gallie expecting: to return A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock' Tonn to enter school and D',:: thorn.holdlnspeclalfavorirIlartar's I might add that I-

sands of gallons: of paint will be Friday or Saturday Mr. GllTort Liquid Sulphur will cure any case o.f Herman Tanner and Bert Barber arrived Miss Mabol\ will enter tIle school at homo. V. Iron Tonic, and would
hired to cover the entire structure; Is purchasing building material for the Uround Itch, at n, R. Wilson &; son's. hero last week, from Nassau reoommend It a* the very
owing this the "Breaker will toe addition to his dwelling. county, anti will spond awhile here. I best preparation of Iron I am ao.qualntwl .
with. To weak, worn-out
the same attention, which will add Fine rains have been coming almost and thoie troubled with nf ry
J. T. Waters for C. F. Fortune Favor a Texan. women
as agent Giles
iitly to the picturesque surroundings Pierce. dally of late and orange trees are very oneness. poor digestion, and pale, thin
made a large sale of Red Spanish pine. blood I believe It to be .
the east side "Having distressing pains la head l. back a panacea."J.
much bcmefltted by them as the ground
apple slips to J. W. Ives at Ojus Dade and stomach and being without appetite O. WILKERSON, DrulJIIL"(1I."I.a'.IM '
I rs. Helen M. Lyon, a sister of Mr county this week. This will be some- Mrs. Nesbltt Ankona visit was setting very dry
paid a on I began to use Dr. Kings New LlfoLMlls"writes
C. DaCamara has been visiting at his what new industry for the Hal abe, I..II..alal ,Is r".'.,)
a Guns, as Tuesday.R. Guavas. have been plentiful the past \V. 1'. Whltehotid, of Kennedale.
10, on the :South Trail for two : residents there devote their attention to two or three weeks, and have been of a Tex. "and felt like '
D. Holmes Jensen visit noon a new man.
'ithu. Mrs. Lyon made many friends the growing: of tomatoes and other vegetables. Monday.Mr. paid a uu very fine quality. Cunning and felly Infallible In stomach and liver troubles. IU:AI, isTATi3 FOR MALI

le hero, being a very bright; intelll making luis been the order of the day Only :2oo:! at Wilson & Son's drug store. -
t woman. She wan much pleased Eddy paid Cocoa a visit Tuesday, As Administrators of the Estate': of
h the locution of West Palm Beach I FEET SWOLLEN TO IMMENSE( returning the same day Capt. :M.\ M. Ramsey stopped over In William, 'rl'eutl"rIe'eltll..d, We offer at
visited the east side dally for a dip SIZE "I had trouble bad town one night last week, aud l Informal
;- kidney so Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Edge/ returned on Georgiana.Miss private Hale the following described Heal
he ocean. Mrs. Lyon carried away; J. J. Cox of Valley View Ky.. "that us that he would run steamer Canaveral .
says Tuesday evening from an extended trip K;tato, beliiuulng to said Estate:
ny Hue views of the east and west I[ could not work my feet were swollento In North Carolina e. being quite an adept In picture Immense sizes size and I confined move.A .
was Iteth Itruner hue been qnlto sick No. a. All of HJofNKi, :Section 21,
ing. to my bed and physicians were unable to A. M. ,Sample returned from North letter received from Now York for several days Township 27 South Range: :)7) East covered ..

give me any relief My doctor finally pre. Carolina Saturday: evening where he from Mr. Winslow IJUboe, says that he wllh wntur, hlnft In snld Knu Oallle
NEW JERSEY EDITOR'S TEST scribed Foley's Kidney Cure which mad' hail been spending a few weeks with will be at Ids. home at Lotus on about George Carter I III some bolter, but still River and Kim (Julllu J1..V( containingabout

NIAL-M.'I'.,Lynch Editor! of the a well man of inn." Sold by B. R. Wilson his wife and family. September 12th and that >oth him and has some fever and his leg In very pall 30Ito: 1111I, more or less.

llipHbiirg:, N. J., Daily Pout writes : &; Son. M. F. Goldsmith of the firm of IlendrjA Mrs. IJUboe will be glad to get buck tithe ful. which was !hurt by a otlugiuy i a No. 3. Sold.

have used many kinds of medicines Goldsmith, teturned Saturday evening famous Indian river again. month ago. No. 4. That portion of SWlf, Section

coughs and.colds In my family butor White from his trip to Now York where he Mr. FrankVIilto and son, Theodore, 21, Township! Mouth: n\ojel'7! East,

anything so good as Foley's" honey; City.Peter hail been to select the fall. and winter Avoid serious results kidney or bladder camo down from Daytona, U'ediiemla; mriiunclng at a point 3711 feet Wont from

I I Tar. I cannot say too much in praise stock for his firm. disorder by taking Kolej's Kidney of last week on a visit with relatives XortheaHt corner pout ou *.4 :Section line ,

it" Sold by B. R. Wilson Son. Cure. Hold by B. R. Wilson &; Sun.IIANCOCK'S bero.Ir.| White returned hums Thurs a* aforesaid l and l 00 feet South of said X
Jensen has had a fine ditch out It Is with great regret we hoar? that
grandpa} Section lino for i' Htai lln<. point, thence
dAy Theo. stayed with and
along the south line of his Ofoandei Captain Pa White.
Stuart. avenue property.F. East Coast Lumber Co's. yard here Is LIQUID UrPIIURcurell'rlckly thence Mouth 4:Ml! feet thence "'es'to
going to return to his former home InNorth Heat In one application at B. Mr. dins. Wernlng/ onme line tli
Section Ninth
G. HcMulIen has had several laborers Ur.Irom nc" Si S ft, thenceEast
Carolina. In the short time he R. Wilson &: Son' drug store*
Grant, Thursday to attend the less
out, most of this week attending to feet mure or to point 100
I. W. Bessey visited frlends'at Eden, some work In his grove. has been here ho has made a.groat many at Uncle Hughes. Miss Nellie Owen feet West of Southwest corner of plat of
friends who regret to sue him leave. .tuned with him to Grant. Saturday thence
id Harno Month IM feet, thence
ay. Indianola.I
Geo. Aba tine expects to leave White for a visit with the Misses\ Laura and Bust feet to West
The neck tie party for the benefit of 7SO >> Hide of .F. F.. C.
our launches and one barge: have been City very soon. He roes to Woodley Carrie Jorgensen
right of thence\
the library was a decided success. The Hallway -way, on
ton the marine this week. and will at the Narrows thl com-
railway garden '
winter.But handsome sum of thirty dollars was Fine weather almost dally showers,, The many friends of Miss Myrtle West ifloof K. F: ( H-llwny rl {lit-of-
Ire H..Witham and children left thl Ing cleared., Great credit Is duo Miss Grace nnd no moHqultue' will ao>(ii make ui Bnichllol gave: her a genuine surprise wny Du |Iltet. that, "ft Kni; to point'of beginning -

ek to spend some time at Seabreeze. very few of our people have been Pit'xton, the librarian for her untiring forget.the discomfort of a very hot cum party September 4, her eighteenth birth. excenili mllioitd iluht-uf-way
to Fort Pierce during the week aneverybody In the afTalr. through ",11.111111.1. <:/lulalulnIlIlLoutl: 5
'. W.Corbett' launch is a beauty ; past energy Everybody reported mer day. The merry' ciuwd begun to comeIn
d,I new about miles is busy with' the shell on the having spent a most enjoyable evening.A about 10 o'clock a. m. with well- acres Including the (<< otiiity load. This)
can average eight per station road. We are sorry to chronicle the death of filled basket, And soon three large tabli tract hiss a .yiiuiitf grove of not' ) or (Ono
cr.t surprise party was given Mr. andMrs. Flora, the fine bird clog of D. St.<:lalr trees. on It. and ,nn artesian. well, etc.
were beneath load of
L. Lane went up to Jensen Satur- Miss Clara Sogard WAS pleasant visitor : F. M. Tyler last Monday evening It Nlsuat, at the ripe old age of ten years.The thjnu groaning to out' Hint/ only I the a good I oooki good No. ",, ll"uln nr Soiithna. coiner of
school last Miss Sygard being the 15Ui of their wed ,
at anniversary
y to deliver a launch he has been our / hot weather and old age togetherwas of GeorglunH>> !! can prepare for *ucl oeca- lot now, or forme, IV, owned" hy .1. \.. Harrl -
left Sunday for Tropic where she ding. Thn participants all took ,
on some
.airing too much for her. "hlU" ..n, thence run :South I iivmM Elbow
takes charge of the school at that place. useful present In glassware. They alsoBanled thirty-six people were! '
creek to N: ;
The East Coast Fish Co. shipped five refreshment with them and In letter, recently received from Mr. there and all enjoyed the good time t
..rrels of and Now our station road l Is In very good spent a pleasant rn John MacDonald he say, both him and which lasted, until about 4 o'clock p. m., ing to Win. Tiiiiitlxi,, thfU'-u Runt along
sheepshead very evening an enjoyable -
snapper pom- .
Sicilon line which I I. the .Vmtl 11 boundary
no condition with shell from the station dance. his wife have just recovered from an at. when all returned to their home, There 4 -
most of the way to Mr Dutton's place, tack of the mumps. They have been were several good musicians and the of Vie Tifiitlf" lai d' u'Xoith hank p
W. Bessey Is as lonesome a mortal a distance of about two miles, and sawdust Early Saturday morning thl* town wa spending the summer at the ocean home playing and ..I nrll nit were fine; Mix. Myrtle of 1C:I bow creek tli<>ni'" \\'... t :n'onj' : bank

F you care to see. Mrs. Bessey left on In the horse path. Our citizens visited by a destructive tire. The large In Drownville Narrnganset Bay, but will!, received several useful and valuablepresents of said creek to paint, nf beulticlntr, being
I 0 4th, for her former home In Nashle certainly deserve credit' for what they two story building of Reuben Carlton, leave for ludlanoU about the first of and many good wUlioa and In Mvctlon' 21.'I'ov: rmlilpI', : : *, :,th, hangs
Toni have done.* used for a saloon was burned to the October. {happy retuins of her birthday fur many :37 East.! Tldluml |is cotvu-U v uh tho

I ICI ground and other buildings had a nar- future )ears.' waters. of the creek,
-V H. Parks Is busy as a bumble bee 'RED IIEMOURUAOES OF THE' pow escape. The prompt turning out Among Improvements to be made No. 0. "Sold.,

I 'paring to build the new addition r..UXGS:"Several:; years since my lungs of the citizens undoubtedly, d great/ by the present owner of the Wallace No. 7. Coniniftticn aliotu \n. Liln! 35 ,,1

'ilcli he and his brother are preparing were HO badly affected that I had many deal. We ought to have a bucket brig. house John L. Crawford, will be a new A IIoy'H WIIil JUlio For lAto. link West from N'orilu.i coiner: of
on their store. hemorrhages,'' writes A. M. Ake, of ade, here In cane of fire kitchen, bath room, water tower, new Section :W! on Section linn, .etwesn Sections +

Miss Susan Kltchlng (sister to B. Wood, Ind. "I took treatment with sev- porches and step, painting and every With family around expecting him to 17 and :20, run U>>t t).i-niij! ,. ISHnk ,

, tchlng}, our postmaster will arrive oral physicians: without any benefit. I A Parson Noble Act. thing needed to put It In llrst-clami condition die, and n lion riding for life l IN inIIox, to thence South 10 chain !64 ticks! hence q

dew \oik aboard the Umbrla. and will hen started to take Foley's Honey and the work to be pushed ahead rap. got JJr. King' New Discovery for Consumption Month I "'icecd to join her brother here. Tar! and my lungs are now all Hound a* a "I want all the world to know" write Idly and tu be finished by the first of coughs and cold, VV I Brown to Eau Jalllo River thence. follow the

bullet. I recommend It In advanced Rev. C. I. liudlong, of A haway. R. I., November.The of Leevlll, Ind., endured death' ago- sliore of I'au Ualllo flyer la ntt Easterly
I eorge Domini of Atlanta, G"a., ",IIII'd' rages of lung trouble." Sold by B. R. hat a thoroughly /good and reliable I baseball last 'onle from aittbtna but this wonderful direction point due Hoiuhfrwm! place ;
here in tbe noar future. Ms. Vom.i Wilson &" Son.: medicine I found Electilo Bitters. They game, Saturday on medicine gave Instant relief and noon of beginning, thence north to point of
i bought Und of Otto Stypm..nn, Hired me of jaundice; and liver trouble account of the heavy thunder storm re- cured him He writes: "I now deep beginning, containing notes!' more or L
t >et the contract for a handsome resl- that had caused me great suffering for sulted In a social gathering at R. H.Grant' soundly every night" Like marvelouscure less. and known as the Kltch",ll place. ,

A Rare Chance. many years. Fora' genuine all-arouorI *. People the.coming there from both of consumption, pneumonia, bronchitis No. 8. NKli: of Section ;J8, Township
I'tu following I boating/ parties were out cure they excel anything I ever saw." between a* ground and Indianola are mid-way till coughs, cold and grip prove its XI Mouth Range :J7 East, containing 160

I ,T. quiet sail Sunday afternoon : B. 11 10-K Oarre'!!, iCO: feet frontage on Electric Bitter I are the surprise ol all for the house Courteuay and veranda were filled, to matchless meal for all throat nnd lung acres, less railroad righr-of.way. Nr

''Mug t R. A. Iedbett, Stanley Indian! and Banana rivers (tail to 700citrtI4 heir wonderful work In liver, kidney and the troubles Guaranteed bottle Lou' and No. 0. N W4 Section Township;
overflowing. During storm light.ling l
: ''ilng, Roy Lane and the Misses! Amy trees about half coining Into stomach trouble Don't fall to try them. struck a tree a short distance,east of '1. Trial bottles free at-B. It. Wilson dejon' 27 tI/lutb. lUnga :37 East containing ICO

!n'::1 and Agnes; Kltchlng aboard the earing, oranges, tangerine, /grapefruit Only' SO cents. Satisfaction I* guaranteedby the house. drug store. acres, I lellll railroad, right-of-way.
loop Mattie II. Benj. Parks and kiiiiKjuato 6 bearing mangoes; > B. 14. Wilson A; Son. No. 10. 4J: 00-1(oo) acres (less railroad

:e, Mrs. 'Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Cor- 3 bearing* avacadoe' 1 .,1)(10) bearing A Fine Home"'- For rigbt.of-wnY, being part of Lot 1 and or
:1: and several others wereout In Mr. pines, :>X) to 40Obearlrisrgu 'as,besides Vade County Land For Sale. Foley' Kidney Cure make tbe dlv NK'/ of NW'.i-Her-tlon. .5, Township 27

.tett's new launch. grape bananas,persimmons, a nurseryof eased kidney wound so they will eliminate Mouth' liango ;37 )olIt., known as J, 1..

about' J,OIN) sour orange trees readyto For sale, cheap tbe northeast quarterof the poison from the blood. Hold A model southern 6s In South end Stewart place.
Wilson !Son.
bud, a few peach trees,3acres vegetable southeast quarter of section .1, township by B. R. of Brevard county on the Indian No. 11. Lots n I\nf118. block 4, Town
Doomed For Life. 1nd.In..11: artesian well large 33, south of range/ 41 eat; close toO. ----- In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice of Ran Gallie.

I was treated for three years by good wharf, drive well, soft water S-room i. K. Wood's pineapple plantation onSt ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If 9-room dwelling; and out-buildings. Ten No. 12.: Lot 1, block 4, Town of Eau

"Ifr?,** writes W. A. Greer McCon- welling store building, packing house Lucia River; 40 acre. yon are, get one of Walton' Patent 'acres In fruiting/ pineapple; 4U orange: Onlllo. Quit claim deed for thl* only-

vllle, 0., "for pile and fistula, but tool house! warehouse, :2-ton ice box, Also tbe northeast quarter of north. Calking Tool; Invaluable to boat- lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-most held under Tax Title.
,en all failed Bucklen's Arnica Salve :I acre of poultry yard. Fruit this east quarter of section 18, township 38, builders and owners of boats. Calks all have fruit on them. Beautiful yard. For price and terra address, .

red me la two weeks... Cures burns, year will bring &W: ) ) to $100. Rent south of range 41 eat; on south fork ofSt. boats more rapidly than any other and flower garden. Will be mold at a F. A. MORGAN and W. II. JONES;

''lues, cuts, corns, sores, eruptions,salt from vegetable land will keep up grove. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to calking t.oolln the world. Price ....00 bargain. For full particulars address i An Administrator of the Estate of Wm.
], piles or no as: cents at B. I*. A. Mc1: (iLtAN, CUA9. Jl. W..LTO"TltuIY1l1e and $"s.OO each, at ADVOCATE office "C." Treutlor deceased. .
I f"\:1.m A Son's drug store. Eau Gallie, Fla. Fla. Tltaiville Fla. Gate ADVOCATE:, Tltosvllle Tla. TltusrlUe, Florida.

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Free and hand, ushered the struiiifer&: from the is P.AUDIII REGAINED.

Accented Masons. room. : 11i8

I a The dusk of the evening bad already ., -' ',
: fallen upon the metropolis when the -

\r president of the International Insur 1., FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. IfM

\ Indian No. 90 ance company boarded the State Cen yMo

\ $ tral suburban train for his country 3k:3lip.

'. 'f i River Titusvllle, home at Verudale His regular newsboy LOCAL TIME CARD No. 41. .. In Effect June 8 |/90

l.rh Lodge fV7rFlorida.. at the depot had banded him his fa. ZY ,.c.iTl 4e8 ,

\ 'j[ Hold 1U mn..rmir the....ndand. fourth Krl- vorlte evening paper. The president tOUTHBOND-RgAO DOWN. N08TN10-MEAp ?!
J t L dt.of each tile late Tltuslnu. entered the smoker and settled him. '
r' month a'> Armory ksoNyf : *
S l'' .. J. Walker 7 :.<0 o'ul.H WorMhipfnl I), m.! ftlaiiter.J. self down In the cushioned\ scat for a / ; rw > fro.Dad",. [alGo Lk SIll MAIN LINK.OOp jN<" 78 SMS:
L. Carruthera Senior Warden. few puffs and a fiance at the new -

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I V. Brown Chaplain| REMORSE LEADS TO SUICIDE. 16p' ........................ .H..ln". "................. 111 7 II"Ei
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Tri-Weekly Sailings ....... t( ..................TiDDals..............,............ ]88Jaoaia ......
most peaceful period of a busy man'severyday ..... ...........................Jwi.n........................<.... 10 ija'' ...
i1'' life the half hour after lunch AMERICA'S ROADS.Proper ...... .......................Jwnsen... ..................... .....".
..... fi OD....... ...................Stuart.. .....*..............'.:,1,14, aS6Ma ......
:when .the remembrance of a good BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ...... I .......................nop Sound........................ II Ua .......
Ineal Is enhanced Development of Oar IIlahwaJ' ....... .......................West Ju pi <\r........................ Oalu ......
4'' } by the fumes of a fragrant Sy.tciu Long Jfeuleoted. H ....... tJ .....................West Palm >>.&011................... .....
Havana. There was an unwritten There Is : whIch bears Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ....... a4ap ........................Boynton.......................:: Sr3a .... ,
: law nothing more .... ......................FL LaiMierdal....................... 7 M. .....".
in the offices of the company directly upon the development of a The Finest in the Coastwise Service .....SSIp .....................Lemoe City................... 66tla
that under no circumstances should country or upon the general Intelligence Steamships ....... oe0pkr ..... ... ........Lv I.'" ::::::

the president be disturbed for thirty of a community than a good public BUFFET PARLOR CABS ON TRAIN U AND: >78.
I !I minutes after returning from lunch. highway The growth and excellence The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

1 Small wonder that Muggsy, the of the transportation system of the Direct /Service: Between BRANCH LINES SCEtEDtltiES.

&lcu boy trembled with apprehension United States 'innik Its development
Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
1 as be knocked softly at the door of thepresld.ent's as it Is to that system it is most due. Me. 8? Na88 We. B3 No. 49 Now 47TSJT PA1JATKA.BiCAWOH... No. 48 No. 48 No. 60 No,14'N' ,

r office ere the prescribed However the Hclence of production may (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways; ) / Dally. Dally Dally DM.7 Dally tallyT55T Dally7TTT Uallyir Da/ly/ l l lP +

t thirty minutes had passed. The usually p. mrrHOSp Lr Talalk.Ar E 4 5T 00
be advanced It Is the of etllclent THINo. m
BAILINGS: S 45 E.Palatka aeon 9 DA pl
M, placid brow of the president darkened and low priced of distribution Southbound. ......... ............... .. ..... ... ... .,,. .... ..... .from Lewis Wharf, Uonton BO p / f a 1113 p 0 O6 2
as he growled: Northbound...... .............. .....:... .. .........from loot'of Catherine street Jacksonville 57 No.45
which is the most efficient agent In in J BAN MATEO BHAWCH.TKast No 41[l MU
II "Come In." -- D aly D ll7 lially lap
creasing production whether of factory
"Please, sir" said Mugggy\ aptflogetlcaUy St. Johns River Line.Deliary ri7as TT:...................... Pa ntka..... ............. ... ..Ar 5 to ff
j'l I field or mine. Clyde 1 l 80 H Ar ................. ..Han Mati-o .....,..... .... ..........Lv_ 35.115No.
l "de gentleman who give me
True as this Is, It is remarkable that ( Line.) .
f i' die note said It was most Important In this rapidly growing country of ours BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND 8ANFORD. 23Batar'y No. 21 t NLw7 Daiy MAYPOHT ?;, 1 No. M lm
t ( 4 sir, and dat no one else but you have de & Hun. Belly sd Ex biNDuIIB 1 Lsllt
:would do." we long neglected proper I Stopping. at Palfttka,Astor, St. FranclH Herenfonl(DeLamlx) Woe Spring and intermediate landing a,,.
l velopment of our highway system says *on the Joiin'uKlvor. --nOP I t p 1 00 p 0 80 a Lv JaokionvUio Ai. 1 00C3a a 840 a OJ p'' 013 p ip i ..j
q The president took the carefully a writer In the Boston Herald. W I STEAMER "L.OU1SE." Capt. C. II. BKOCK.IS I 52 t P a cap 988 a "SJackaon'tleLv. 1 /I 33 a 1:1: Sill' ICaptq I :
scaled envelope and scanned the ad. IL5 pl'gI p 1.0p:010a!: "P"boBeaob' 620a 8 With. '
c jiPjBJJp "
have in fact uc'eloped our transport APPOINTED: TO BAIL A3 FOLLOWS ? It I P 8.S P 10 is a" Atlantis' Bch 0 13 a 7 6V740a a fa !p!
t dress corl'leMf'lly' : "Silas Wlntergreen; tatlon system in an unnatural way. Leave Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville ............ .. .. .Tiwsycluys and Saturdays at 5.00: p. m. fa eo ;; 1.' I Dg p 8 00,10110 a Ar .Mayport I/r 1100" :) P' 810 p lU II Iitltsl.
Esq. Most Important and absolutely Leave Sanford.. .. .... .... .... .. .. .. .. . ..... ....Mou..ia>s and Thursdays at ftlJOa. m.Con' .
The proper development should have FJyerRout.lIleeplnlr Car eperatocl on train 6 and 82.

I i private." been first the public highways second Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.A. .

j "H'nil" muttered the president as the railroad and waterways.With 140.11 SAWTORDBHAJJOH' No. 12Dally No. 3 No. ORANGE CITYBRANCH I No.2""Nt"
East'n Pan 'I
Agt. rM.1RONMONOERra..AsstOen.Pass. tl li
Muggsy retreated t6 discreet dlstance. Agt. D..1))
a l Polly
the era of railroad building >atlyTT5JT DallyV..N. ii
ll>' New York I tat West Hay St..Jacksonville, Fla. I I
I ')lol4t Important and absolutely THOS. D. HALEY Local'tItr.:Agent, |10. P.LOVKLL Aunt. a ia. ,., '
i with which began the country's won !: LV.n H2 p bill na...Ar
Taek.on.lIIeFla. l '
{ private.' What the deuce! foot .tol1.n 8t' ,Jackftoiivllle. Fla. I| Font Hounii St., T 18 LT. 1 01 p -o.; r.r..Lake H..n..Lv' ..
'1 "dorful development the neglect of the JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent Foot Hofcan St.,Jacksonville. Fla. I 88 a L........ U."IU8"'Jo'1 11 U m II I L".OranlJft a CUr..Lv: S I"...
The contents however proved, more common highway system commenced.This THEO. O. K:(JKK, Heneral Manaxer. WM. V CLYOK A IU.: ieneral! Agents.sebrouKb 865 a ...... 11 SO a .t.r..ranlf" Cliy Jot.Lv
I extraordinary than the address neglect continued until a recent Building, 19 State &t.Opposite Batterl'ark. Vow York. \\I 80 a A". ..... 11 00 .
I ( Mr. BJlttWlntergreen: period. It begins to look now at C. II. WALTOX. Agent, Tltiisvllle,. Fla. These Time the times at whl"h; train mar be expected to arrive and d.
I J } Sir-it you will spare me five minute. --- -- .- -- from the srvend station., but their arrival or departure at the tl mes stated li not (/fUron;
t i of your time, I will,give you some very if we were returning to the elementarywork nor does toe Company h..141toeU., any delay or any oonseq.uenoe arising Hi
Important Information which Involve. the In our transportation! system.In ; .

'' ,, 't h i saving of for..l4.. I> Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.MZAMA. .
ihN Ing a new Industrial effort which In
Its effect upon the social life of the AIR LINE RAILWAY. BETWEEN KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
+ Tell blm
yI to come In, said the presi
people and the agricultural and Industrial -
1V t ;1 dent. MiiKgHy' retired and soon reap.P BOOTHBOUBTD.Jjr. NORTHBOUND.
development, is as important al
:!)eared, followed by a !!small thin pre- the country has known. In some Capital City Route.' Miama, Mon*.w......... Dip- I<... Havana.Tues, Thurs,..............,.10i
maturely Kfny,: hllh'c>liullvKluu!, whose any Ar. Key Kest,Toes. Thurs..........13 80 p ArKeyWrs.TueeThure..It I.
respects, though perhaps not so notably Lv. Key West Tots' Thms.. 7 90 p Lv. Key West Tuea. Thurs. .. 7;:
'deep sot black eyes roved anxiouslyIIlbout the effects wllf be even more beneflclnl The Shortest Route. Ar.: Havana, tt'e.ts: ; Pie,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 ooa Ar.: Miama. Weds. Frls, ...::.:..::. :.:::It

t the room. Muggsy 1 respectfully than nnytulng-yet; ; done to advance The Best Line. For copy of TaaaTrme Card address any Agent.J .
made his absence! > conspicttoas.|
the nutlou's! interests Only line with Double Dally Service, Including Sundays to .
'I 1 "Mr. Wlnternrcon." said the stranger ; ; D. RAirUTER,Aast. Gen. Fass. Agent. ST.AUGUSTINE,PU


amanold imtron of )'oul'c.'OlI1pllny'andIIO'V WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PIHLADKLPHIA, :NEW:' YORK,

I1 carry $j .OUO) liiHiirnnce with you." Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. WITEI PULMAN'S:: BEST CAn::! .
it I All druggists refund the money If It falls "'I: ._. ,
Mr. Wlntei'BToen unbent considerably
?! to ouio. E. W. Grove's signature I is on The Florida and Metropolitan Limited, a solid\ restlbuled tr"ID. St. Augustine and
and cotiKhtHl a polite rrsponse. each box. 2octa. Jacksonville to New York, conHiHtingof Dining, Compartment Composite, volt '
'1 The stranger,: continued: "I 1 nm In the Observation aDrllJl'lwlng Room Sleeping Curs. Rlshmond
r employ of Bonds & Co.. with whom Washington Baltimore
A ChantrertMldl.. Only line opeiatlng daily through Pullman Car Service Jack ODvUletoNewOl'leans Philadelphia Boston.
t Atlanta
;you are no doubt acquainted. 1 am Fowls will often do well on a small }Fur sleeper reservations and further Information write .
their: confidential tiiiin and handle all Ash..Ule Chattanooga Louisville
place for several years and then falloff A. O. MAcDONKLL\ As t. Oen. l'a"s. Aft. Jacksonville. Florida.J. .
II of their out of town hiiHincss. More Cincinnati St. Louis Kansas City "
and become unprofitable just as ; M. BARK, R. E. L. BUNCH,
t 1' t unbending on the part of the president the owner thinks he has learned It all. I. V. 1*. O. M., Oen. Pass!! Agt. Detroit Cleveland PiU.bur

g t and a still friendlier cough. The usual reason U either that the PORTSMOUTH, VA Chicago etc. ,

f "Some time ago" said the stranger stock has become run out by too much .
-- -- -- -- -- --- --- -- -
"I was Induced to ppi-culnte a little
1 1 conflnement or that the fowls have

{ with my earnings. I won, and as led used!! up some of the things: about the SPECIAL: :: x C>w R.A-.r.ES. Mahe .
the invariable I tried the of
rule game place which
they need. They have
d t chance/ again. This time I won more. -TO-
ij killed out the grass! used up all the

Then I received what I believed to be sharp gravel or perhaps the soli has CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, UTAH, OREGON, WASHINGTON', MONTANA SouTHERN

t t a sure tip on the market. So sure was become Infested} wltb disease or the and. the NORTHWEST, RAilWAYROUTE
I that I npPl'oJI'lntcll-bol'I'owell Is the
t coops with lice. Remedy is to note VIA WASTKltN ATLANTIC R. R, and NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA
i : term I then gave It-the gum of $:5.000 conditions supply what is needed and
p belonging to my employers. Suffice to
Introduce fresh stock.t'tllltj OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
say that I lost everything"
t Dixie Flyer Route .
Silas Wlntcrgrei-n stiff 'ned In bis re- THe ScmtHern's
Ver.n. Fancy. Palm Limited
p vo4vlng chair. What did this man

$ want-an embezzler, a thief-what fowls Hungry for the humanity table. demands Fine feathers eggs and are During September and October, lDO::!. THe Washington Richmond and .

could he want of the president of the all right In their place but they are not For! descriptive matter, rates schedule! etc., write to, or call on Florida Limited
% International Insurance ?
i company; fit to rut. It Is food that Is!! wanted,
E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent,
"Mr. Wlntericrwn, continued the and exhibition fowl don't supply) it. THe New YorK and Florida Express
stranger, "my llfo Is worth $73/KX to The 21J West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
market docs
not look to flindersfor
4 t TO
Should 1 die
your company. tonight egg! and! tnlil' fowl. but to the C. E. HARSIAK, Gen. Pass. Agt.' II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager
cither accidentally or by suicide your t:1 rlnrrs.-.Tfiiis; 1'iiriu: uud Ranch. THe
4t' company would have to pity my heirs Atlanta, On. NaMiviller Tenn. CHicago and Florida Special

$'i .OOO In gold." Tho president sat -- The
t bolt upright In lila chair "Mr.: Winter-

N ; green If I cannot wako good my einbeiuleinent TO THE NORTH AND WEST.

by tomorrow at this time I ConsumptionThe Atlantic CoastLine R'y .

i am a ruined man. :My employers will

discover the theft and I will be sent Pullman Sleeping: Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati TIll

to jail. I cannot stand this. I would Asheville through "The Land of the Sky.

rather meet death a thousand times In The Great Through Car Line from Florida.:-Connections: Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated III I

( a thousand forms. I had already concluded only kind of consumption 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

t 1 to make an end of my miserable Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington; thence via Pullman Sleeping 'Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

I V' ti existence when I thought of a plan. to fear is neglected Pennsylvania Railway trains.

I Should I die your company pays $73-:) consumption." To f the West The LAX, via Montgomery[ Alt to ThitsU via Southern Railway. Ctrreiptndenoe $..IIcIted.H. .
CNN; should I live your company pays that The M\ &: 0. Railway via Montgomery.
People arc learning con
nothing. via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York
is curable disease.It To the East t ,
+ : Ada Hutton a .
ui paused. lIe mopped sumption \ Philadelphia and Boston, via Savannah and Merchants* Miners .. CAREY. FU. P... Ajt. 108 V. Bay SL, JidioovO. IT L.
his moist brow with hU handkerchief
is neglected consumptionthat Transportation Company for Baltimore.To .
"Well\ laid the president In a cold is often incurable. Key West and Havana, via Port Tampa and Peninsular &: Occidental Steamships 8. H. HARDWICK. V. H. TAYLOE..
so -- - --
q tou -"well 1"
-Well replied Adam Button "I At the faintest of
suspicion S"D'i.x ;r3. TOURISTS: : TJOB.ETSwill : :
have a proposition to make your company D. C. AtUala Gi.
tr consumption get a bottle of be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to
If you will pay ma U3.CHX: >, I ,-sa MV 15. >.0*.
Scott's Emulsion and begin all SUMMER: RESORTS via the Atlantic Coast Line, during the season of 1902, II.
1, win (Tire: up my policy to ;you. It not
limited to return until Xov. 31st, with liberal stop-over prlvlledges.
1 will kill myself today and ; company doses. -
will luau :$75.000.: regular Addressee of partleu'ln the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied
t The of Scott's Emulsionat with Information and handsome advertising' matter.
The president deliberated some time.I'rtwently use
i For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
I au amused suille covered his once, has, in thousands of ,,
i smooth shaven features aa he replied: FRANK C. BOYLSTON, J. A. TAYI.OR.Commercial ,
turned the balance in
t cases
Agent. Trav. Puma
: ,' "My dear fellow, that's the best holdup FLA.- T Patented the United States, Great Britain and Canada
favor of health
$ game I ever hoard of. I>o ;you think .,
til. 1 wall" born yesterday Not ou ;your Neglected consumption does T. M.Traffic EMERSON Manager., II. M.Aast.EMERSON Traffic Mgr\ W. J.Gen'l.CRAIG Pass., Agent:( PRICE, $4.00 and $3.00 EACH. Should bo used by every Boat Builder u. the r

life Two! red spots burned on the stran not exist whfelFe Scott's Emu! WILMINGTON: N. C. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.

: < sion is.Prompt I ---- ---.- For Sale by
ger's choekH. -- -
: "Uefore Gal Mr. \Vlntergrovii. -- -- --- -

e I am telling the truth. It's use of Scott's Emuli WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE Jas. Pritchard & Son

I i my only elm nee. For the love of mercy 1 TITUS VILLK, F1.0&1:
F believe that I am serious" sion checks the disease while it \Vo1R1vs !

,, tommyrot replied Mr. Silas can be checked. Ko. to QnMtitr. ,
''I 1'P \VlntcTgreun; us he turned his back on "

N P the trembling stranger. "Get out! Hey, Send far lr.. sample For 20 Years Has Lei all Worm emedl less? t' VERY
M uggsy I" SCOTT A: 1IOWNE, Chemists.. .c x.a is .A.x.x. DRV6C3.IaiT1H.Prepared ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING

It Mugg1v appeared and taking his 409-41) Purl Strnt. flew York, by--- AIt.JAMt:5:: F. BALLARD, St. Louis :

1'E l 1 ']oc. sad 1 1.00\\ .\lwata... prints all kinds of commercial Stationery Wedding Stationery, Card, 0111. 1:0:

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TITUSVILLE.... TOPIARY T WORK.A REST THE BREEDERS. The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block. '

2 _4 RIVER 30TELl, Revival ly of Trained the Fancy riuntn.For Formal- Aa Important' 1rard-Do.'el Matter Complaint.With'our I. the Poaltrj. __

ON-TUK-I>TDIAN-RIVER. ranges dotted with the --
The revival of tbe fancy for the formal
In both plants and garden Is the chicks we must not overlook or neglect

i TITUSVILLE, dominant feature of the present day the breeding/ stock. The chick
us'' so numerous so Interesting and require -
which American Gardening notes
SELF-LOCKING: TACKLK BLOCK which has Just been
Y : FLORIDA. bu passing so much<< attention and care that
follows It merely a
w : may
Ill\t..ntl'llln all the civilized countries throughout tfie world, will
fancy, but the fact of Its existence 1 Is i we are very apt to full to give the
plainly apparent. In garden design tho agar stock tko cure It requires. hoist and lower like any block and tackle, and WILL STOP AND

,- F Italian method, which tho teaclwrs ofa There is uo work In the poultry yard LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed. Soft Ropeo", 'Vlre

J. G. BAST, Proprietor. few years back bud as they thought, more Important than that of caring for it AkN Rope| or Cluilii can bo used. Nothing to get out of orderany) person

decently burled t'l once again In the the breeding stock during the summer ran use it. NO CLEAT: NEEDED.: The name' device Is used. in

ti r A A5p ascendant and In Its train conies thoFORMALLY months, and It Is work'neglect by a Cheek and Deck Blocks. Will hoist, lower midjlork at will, from
of breeders. I think are
DUCK SHOOTING majority below or nt any height upside down or at any angle, nn ounce or 23;:
all aware of this fact A great major.
tons, according/ to the size' and shape' of the tackle block. Only one
ity of the breeding pens will be retired f
I 1 and FISHING by July 1. Among these brooders are 1'0pt'lI"ln or wire rope la lined at a time Tlu'sanu' pulley does for

li: l rflmllm'e' ? ,!Mtr'Ima nt it. ,, hu I some that tun fancier would not part each. There I la!!I no ratchet teeth' to cut the rope, or trigger1 attachment -

2 1 B Rates :$2.60 per day.t with at any price, for so long as bo remains tot this device.

ak M ?k i MTi in the business: there will be The :iftelf-Locklnff?: Tackle Block/ In necessary. for Yachts and Vessele -
tills ItryIIIiII M i 101 t h iill Ti .o
sdrne specimens that ho cannot afford of'all klmN, Ih'I $10 and $12 per week. kl of. He had better sell Ills
to dispose
Masons Foundries Marine Service
Quarries, : ,
entire business' than to let these birdsgo.
These females should not be fit :!\Mines Machine Shops, Steamboat, Stage Scenery, Painters, Circuses, Breweries -

7 for egg production f.'oullbe. time of retirement We lid, Stables, harness Booms Butchers, Tanneries' Slaughter Housed, P

J ACI SONVILLI fl 'url the breeding pens. Right Factories of all kinds ; for use' in hoisting ashes:! and for farms. and plantations,

now is the tune to begin putting, themIn Fir Escapes, Fire" Departments+ Ulcers. Can also bo used in the Protectionof

shape fur breeders' for the coming Fruit't'rees and gathering\ of Fruit and l Vegetables stretching wires and

{ year. It Is the moat Important work ropes of all kind, Hoisting 1"lnj.1111mb\ Walters. Elevators, Hall Itoata of all

VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. null will i>"iu\e the best" paying sum kinds, Awnings, Tents. Blinds, IJIoyHes, Electric Light purposes, yush Lights',

mer's! work In tho poultry yard. Remember In :Meat: :\III1'k'tIlRlld Stores' of all kinds Hunting1 Camps, and Private Houses
that+ breeding stuck Is the
your from the kitchen the bed room. In fact, it can bu used with great utilitywherever
foundation of !business. GIIIII'11the
pposlte postofflee. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired'and reovated. tK choice, the your tl'I'lllllld true breeders : tackle! block( Is needed It saves time, money and. labor, a.-* no tying

4 a 'y -- : or fastening\ the rope or chain to cleat, or anything elseis needed.
Newly furnished '- well. Ul\ <> them all (lie range {possi
throughout. Liberally conducted ,
ble. Make It an outing fur them until All kindsniiit| all sizes can be used either ashore or aboard ship, and will(

fates $2.50 per day and up. fnll.ln which they can have their own not cost much more than the ordinary pulley blocks. WALTON'S I'kTEN'r

(r :f way and l idle WilY the l long, hot daysof SELF-T.OCKIN(1 TACKLE BLOCK Is similar In shape, weight and size to the
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor rtr Bummer lu the oluido of the trees! ordinary pulley blocks In every day use, and is made in different shapes" and

and shrubbery. Feed lightly. They sizes to suit all purposes. There U", absolutely' nothing\ get out of order. It
will, enjoy {It. and will{ be thoroughly
TMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE convinced when you they go to ban no springs\ wedge, teeth or trigger rope; and soft rope' chain and wire

FLA. 4. work In the breeding pens next spring ropo.cnn be used l111 the same block. ,

that fowls are not without gratitude.The A sample of till! pulley block may be wen at the TCA8T:: COAST ADVOCATE
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and
open- 'males should bo removed from all olllce, Titusvllle. FIn.

d I[ this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water TRIMMED BOX 1ANT. females and HO Kept untll'pluced In the J. O. WALTON,

breeding pens next Reason. Inventor of the above also Patent Calking Tool for Bonts. Etc.
Jaths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All fancy for trained plants yew and box ; k
twisted, with a consummate skill Into During tlio past few weeks wo have Olllres : New York, Boston! and Titusvllle, Fla.

street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.1>0 per day. simulation of the forma of a host of received numerous Inquiries from breeders .. .... .
- -- -- -
whose chicks are nulTcrlng from
common objects.
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. bowel complaint This Is a common -
Is In the
Prate as one may, there
Official .Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association
It la
large body of the public a certain number ailment nniong chl'kVbere .-- ---._--

VICTORIA HOTEL CornerMain and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE who a plant love the is of formal liMe only to whom ns to Indeed Its caused cured by by the Improper feeding' feeding of]oil cake It can meal be The Chicago Net and Twine Co. I

: FLA. form In combination ,with other objects and a cooked mash. Cure must bo tiik.
I en In feeding this meal. It Is a laxative. Manufacturers of-
for them
who dd not love plants
"very tilIng new. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates $2,00 and :2.50 I H
per scl vcs. Yet those(; people may realize) My method to mix It with the .
l.iy. European plan; rooms. 50 cents to $1.00 each person. in all this something more subtle than ground grain mash about oue-twentl- F

It. BIXLER, Proprietor. is Imagined by the opposing or unlultl- eth of the oil cake meal. This mash Is z
oted host. That which has endured for bilked In an oven and fed dally to the W OI

generations must' have an elemental chicks until they arc about two mouthollL' E
SKAIJUEEZE. Since this food 1 have not ,
power of some value. Tho demand for using '.' ,
formally trained plants Is today stronger bud one single case of bowel trouble \ 'I' } e:

' Clarendon Inn and the Breakers than ever, and tho trade Is catering among the hundreds of chicks raised .. t.i
SEABREEZE. to the demand. .. annually. Chicks In con lined runs or
A remarkable ass.--tment of theso on very email range are apt to be troubled =

UNDER TUE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. fantastic things-chairs, trees tables, with bowel complaint. Then, too, FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description. 5

hips, pitchers and other things are this ailment la very often caused by Dealers Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc tn V
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort i shown In these "arboreal, sculptures," cooping the chicks In damp quarters.- Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. '

In Florida, will be under the management of Col. C. C. Poet during the as Homo one has railed them. Designs Thomas I.'. Rlgg In American Poultry 70-81-8:1: :! K. Indiana St. Chicago, 111.

Bummer. season of 1003. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, 'I lu box and yew stand 3'/i to 5 feet In Journal. ...Mentlpn The ADVOCATK In your letter...

will play daily, afternoon and evening. height. For piazza and portico ornamentation 1
We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Annocatlon.!
Mr. D. P. Daugherty well known .
Guests can feel assured of these trained plants are
a satisfactory table and every attention to their
throughout Marcor and Sunnier::! counties,
comfort. Rate, $2 to |2.BO/; day $10 1() to $12 week. Write for very serviceable. ,
per ; per special W. most likely ower his life to the -- --
rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla. kindness of a neighbor. lie was almost:
Calce..lnrlnii. hopelessly a 11 lie led with diarrhoea; was IF YOU WANT A...

Calceolarias are becoming better attended by two phjHlclnrm who gave __ ,__u, __ '_ '_
known and gaining friends each )'ea1'. him little, I if any, relief, when a neighbor t
Sea Side SEABREEZE, A writer in Gardening/ butt told bow to learning of!his condition, broughthim
e Inn propagate them as follows: a' bottle of Chamberlain' Colic, .Building Lot
(DAYTONA) FlU<; Cuttings should he rooted lu August Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which .. ,
cured him In lens than twenty-fours boms.
Opposite Keatlag's New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern and the young plants grown along as For sale by all druggists and {medicine

hotel situated on tbe finest Surf Bathing Beach in Florida Is now open for cool as pOl.slble.s approaches dealers. or I a lot with UUII.DINO READY FOIL OCCUPANCY,
tho and Summer trade. they will make a vigorous growth and
Spring Large airy room Exchange and Dining .
ll 'rmna IU.ed. LAND FOR AN ORANGE mOVE,
potting", must IKI intended to. Neverlet
Room overlooking ocean Floe cuisine and service. Terms $7 to $10 per bound. The COllntl'lI'11" <111 von Krookowwr'tos ,
them become root A light
week. JAS. II, JOHNSON & SONS. and sunny bench will be 11 suitableplace from Irrtuany to The Christian PINEAPPI.K PLANTATION or TRUCK OARDEN ,

r House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, Florida. with plenty of air and a 11I01'n.lug Register; : "(tci'iiians find'1 that it pays rVe probably have for sale just what you are seeking. t tC
syringing. tJreenliy Is best disposed to eiicounme iicnuants to free their 1 i
-- -- - nclJII of The rises invalne'tntlugvnInc. Settlor In but ntlll there U If
gtoties. property are Hocking room. you are
of by mild applications of nicotine
WEST PALIUA.ClI.: : The e:ones.thrown
water. Never plunge them in tobacco looking thli way, drop a line to
Into heaps' by the roadside, are pur-
stems, or the bottom foliage will
chased by the district road repairing INGRAHAM 3rcVlce.rreIleDt.!
soon disappear. JAS. E.
commission. Poor who other- ,
e Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, WiMP| would have to be supported In FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
FLORIDA.V. Looklnir to Clirlntniii
iilinsliouHeH are hired I to break these
Euphorbia poinsettia has frequentlybeen HT. ATJOTJST.INK. FLA.
stones and then are trained to the workof
\ C. ERNST :Manager, called the Christmas plant and p --
repairing the roadbeds. The moneyto

a Lake Worth opposite Postofflee and business houses. Large verandas. with whether a number grown of n*plants Mingle In specimens each pot or or pay time men Is made by auctioneer- o : 3AS.:: .B:: LJ-&M sc C O. ,
Ing: off to the highest bidder the crops
rlctly,first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special! by the week. with six or eight plants In a ten ortwelve of the fruit treed that wore planted on nn. .* mo W. Play St., JACKSONVILLE -, FLA.
Inch' It Is beautiful
pun very both sides of the highway! when It was
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and popular. Fur growing In the
) pans
HENDEKSONVILLE, N. C. built unil that are noiirlxlu'd, well by
cuttings should lie struck from softwood
, the manure that falls along the rood
in July or August, as these late and I I", pirn lied at Interval hy a road FULL.t

, JH PARK PLACE.IIE DERso vrr.J.E, N. c.OldStonennslon cuttings foliage to make the ground nice dwarf carefully plums with cultivated. tender upon their roots. Tbe purchas I .
er of the crop sees to It that/ his fruit
1. A hotbeil of covered
Is not stolen. The road commlHuloners t 4
; !In a park of fifteen acres. with shaded glass Is an excellent medium have no bother about that and although EXPRC5,5 eXPRE3$

For Rooms and Terms address : In which to root the cuttings. the Halo! be by auction it brings PREPAID PpEDAID sl,
plunged puns.I'vlurvanlutna. In knows
Mns. FREDERIKA S. CANTWELL. consldcrabli; Every burgher
how much because the sales of highway
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fruit crop are published In the o eft'
NEW YORK The bent method rooting/ pelargonium local newspapers."
I. Is to take cuttings early guy in I Ms01rJ

July, after the stock plant begins to II I Jtnls<- how signs of ripening. Cuttings are I
\w York Furnished Rooms.
C. Lamlls"Porter"fortbeOtlentftl
very easy to root. Tot up In three Inchjots W
Hotel, Chanute, Kan., says: "I know I Dor.t $450
i In nice sweet loam press tbe soil what It was to suffer with neuralgia/: i
I Nell furnished rooms at 10 West 21st Street New York. Southerners will moderately firm and water carefully. deed I did. and I got a bottle of BallHrd's Y M..w

c find l this location very desirable for hopping, and Is in clove proximity to I all Snow! Liniment and I wait 'rained from DELIVERED for >ts
places of amusement. Address: oil For tMmwherrlv.. the dea ! On the whole. It would seem that before I had: 'deposed of m,. bottle. I $1299Ajr
I Mrs. D. REMLINOER,19 W. 2lst street, Newr York. wherever 111'1011"l of special Importance was cured entirely. I am telllQ' de truth $9
clay loam. are likely to make the most too," U.ctH. -illctn and '1 at 11. It, Wilson v ,

satlwfuctory strawberry beds. For early fe Hon'ft, nt* for the 1'ulwt Brewing Co.
jftel crops, however. It Is advlnabto to lie.IPet .
Marlborough .
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; a quick sandy loam southern! erpotiure .....
and varieties.
.T.-akePiltS Theytemporarily
FIer. /7/d// rv on't V curec"nltlp.tUOfl:
Broadway, :lath and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. Ernie 'Xotr. by agitating the
'In late tbe practice has been
i years bowels tut regular action cannat' be secured! until the: liver
with electric
JOt) Roomti. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely lights. Coot of strawberries ?
growing top dressing
/t' secretes enough bile to m ke the late u.IesL3
'lucted on American and European plans, and la managed under the personal with nitrate of soda In the eprlhg.t execute their natural fun ont.': ,- S Unnatural -
The majority of. plums do not bear t'JZ7Fn7dt agitation: caused by cathartics! BB e
supervision of the owner. well and moat of'them set no fruit at continual and Increasing( doses to

E. S. CROU'ELL, Manager: all unless two or three varieties are attain the results. n.

-- mixed together In the orchard. / compCISI
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( / / 14fe4'I
Zinnias are now produced In the

Broadway and 41st Street brightest shades of scarlet, rose, orange 4h b1/1J o &, Q: on the
otel Yendome and yellow and doom) from Jane r' liver cures Chills

NEW YORK CITY. to frost r e and Fever and every form of
Salvia splendent bright scarlet is hillc
a ; Dlllouf', Remitting and Inter-
FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet favorite for garden decoration.The cc/eri, 'eiii and, by ccing to the seat of the
Japanese hop Is an excellent
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.BO'; ; large rooms 92; and with rapid climber. trouble, works permanent cure. ;
private bath f:2.50: per day nd opwaid. The management i order the personal The best soil for roses Is a deep aDd "" DOTTLE.
rich clay loam. D- Filter tubes are now for sale at
supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manafter. this office, price 23cU; postage extra [D. 1C. WILSON SON.EAST .


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__ tf J :' jf'11. MASURY'S PAINTS and Varnish.

i '1 11 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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JL' LJjSAAJLT.aT.rlI3. :Ji.AU: G-.A.LLJXiJ.:: I'ortT PJ:3iEt.OEJ.: :::

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,;, If i Cloa; 5 I SORGHUM-CULTURE. Robbins & Graham Go'WATCHES;

i September: 8, IOO! .>. )r
41 West By Street PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.
Editor East t Coast AJt'orate/ :
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. This company owns

1} Largest stock in this suction of country. through In a season, a crop like of wnat.or/tl./we um have comes passed In LIAN':: :: :3D S, -A FULL LINE OF- BOSS-1
Established In 1808.
useful for to supplement the
V* Send for very forage In the Indian River( Country; On the St.
descriptive catalogue.i for winter feed for stock. But the trouble Watches and Clocks
Is that among so many of the farmersof Lucle River; at New River and on Bay ,
the South, eo few of them
Ms n a ..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH... Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Is Indorsedand sorghum., This Is a mistake grow on their any Blscayno. Prices to suit the times.

prescribed by many leading physicians part, because It Is one of the crops that Send for Land List. I Jewelry, A' a I
Is well adapted to both soil and climate. .. ,
; Brewing Asso's.Famous throughout the State, for all blood I have been !growing sorghum every year Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. C-I

r 1 and skin troubles. Hundreds of cases of for the last ton years, and the, longer I : and '

St.Louis Keg and Bottled Eczema and other skin diseases have grow it, the better I like It and would OEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN Ii '
been permanently cured, after not be without It for any consideration.If President. Actuary. c '

,) Beer. years standing, by the of Hancock's many the crop Is planted In April the drat Brevard Silverware g ;
; use July Abstract of Title Co o
Bold by Mvssrs..A.Lesley and cutting Is ready the first of and ,

1 4 R. L. Motlow,Tltnirllle.ria.By Liquid Sulphur. For sale by. with our long season, three more cuttings WILL 1'UR.'iSHAbstracts
B. R. WILSON can be had from this stubble. We
{ Mr.R L. Motlow, Coooa, Fla.
1 do not generally use It In the South for of Title .l
1 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA syrup making because I suppose the -FOB LANDS IN-
JOSEPH ZAPF sugar cane Is preferred for that purpose, SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing '

but I always grind a little of it every Brevard County.; of Fine Watches and Jewelry. F422.Optical: _. (

I Sole Agent. WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN NEW year and make a few gallons of syrup as
Office under Law Office of All work warranted for Id months. i
It comes In st a time of year when there Goods 1
ZEALAND Is a call for fresh syrup and It always &8:0.: M. ROBBINS, \

tr o 010 to 020 West Bay Street, /goes In a hurry. But -it Is for a fall! TlTUSVILLK,_ FlA. G. L. MANDAVILLE,

1 < JACKSONVILLE FLA. DUNKIIIK, N. Y., Sept. 8, 1002. crop, succeeding some other crop, thai .
t It cornea In the moat useful as a forage THE JKWKLKJC AND OPTICIAN. ""yw- /
? Editor East Coast V Adrocate crop, and this year It comes In doubly sowing : East Coast Meat Market I a0MC0.

The following) editorial from the Lon to the drought having out so many TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,

don Daily News, regarding the speech of crops short. Sorghum, if planted anytime O. F. DUREN Agent. Optical Graduate. Fully prepared it '
Premier Seddon of New Zealand will be In August, will\ still make a !good Successor to II. T. Whaler. all kinds of glasses and !spectacle
of Interest to the people In tbU country crop In all the Gulf States. The land for 1=!:: .
where the subject of woman suffrage is the crop must be thoroughly well<< plowedand s eo:>> -- --

News receiving says serious t consideration. The make as, prepared good a bed for as Fertilizing is possible for to C-I'2'- wa -sa.:: -. :EJ_ L_ :ae: :[:r. &::, IBIBO.,

"Mr. Seddon's little speech on women's the best results ought to be on liberal -o: -DEALERS IN-
3 i suffrage ought to do good deal to scale, and applied broadcast and worked s:>>
AlI ; encourage t=
; those people who are opposed to thoroughly panting s_:>> sa.:: ,
the disfranchisement of women. Mr. days before The analysis of are FEKHUiEJ
We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We agents for MAPES
Seddon told the fertilizer used should be high In both
the deputation which Inter- These We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all conij
A him nitrogen and potash. are the
viewed last week, that when theproposal Write for Grain and all Groceries delivered ,
t fertilizer era. us prices on at your station;
I t ''I' f was first brought forward In most expensive of our Ingredients U2
but It Is both bulk and quality we ego
I New Zealand he was opposed to It. Circumstances Or::
conspired, however, to make are after In this crop, and to get these C I'2' -y ty f-
him the pilot of the measure through the we must apply a proper grade of fertil- fi
legislature; and the results that have followed izer When possible to get It, the analysis TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. S W. CARROLL

II have made him a staunch believerIn of the fertilizer should be as near as ,
women's suiTrage. possible 0 per cent potash, 6 per cent I -Dealer In-
I1 r DURING THESE! HOT DAYS "None of the convulsions reactions phosphoric acid, and 3 to 4 per cent. ''

1 open up one of my bottles oft and atrocities which the man politicianIs nitrogen; from 600> to 000 pounds per 'GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND YEGETABlf

OLD WINE OK WIIISKEl'anddrlnkto apt to foresee as the result of giving acre of this on the' best of our piney-
Crockery Glass and:Tinware. Tour Solicited
Patronage [
wood lands will a satisfactory
I the health and of the vote to women have come about in give very
iO friends and self. prosperity New Zealand. The party of progress crop. If, however, the soil Is In a good TITUSVILLE, FL01UDA.

These and refoi'iu hUll been greatly strengthened condition physically and has been always .
good are pine Anti wliole-ome. -- -- -
Unexcelled for tidiness, sliength nUll and; what l Is of mote Importance, the kept up In fertility, this quantity could
1 I flavor. social causes tempeiancn, care of the bo nrolltablv doubled. INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
ROUT.: L. MO'I'LOW. aged care of children-have been Immensely For fall. forage, when we expect to get
advanced. Drink have I'but one cutting/ bio.idcaHting the Herdand I
been closed ou election day, the tone of working It Into the soil by means II of I prepared to furnish. Ice In any quantity":"' backed or loose. Special alter\ :|
either harrow or cutaway and ishlng!
:I: A. Ilildroth diameter politics has of the been candidates Improved has, and certainly the by rolling!/: the Und In really the most ,,.. paid sockiug for Vaehts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto

't; 1'I not dcterioiated under the new regime.; satlsfactitiy. For spring planting, whenwe ___ __.L T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

And with all this, Mr. Seddon declares, expect to make serial cuttings: drill, I __-- ------ -. .. - -- .- .
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In Foreign and Domestic) Brands -
and we see no reason for doubting his log It about three feet apart is the bent

...of... word, that the New Zealand woman Is way, and after every cutting there should
still a woman, nor sloes she even try to be a little mote foitillzor added and III Attention !
Ram Brandies; Whiskeys Gins !get elected to a seat In Parliament. An worked In with the cultivator. But Your House Goes up in Smokeand Special
ounce of experience In worth an atmosphere when It i la broadcasted should be sown

i Wines, Bottled Ales, Beer and Stout. of conjecture and prejudice. and thick, and when, It gets ready to shootout you loose everything "
for seeding, it should be cut and OIVKN TO :MAIL ORoJ; IRS FOR-
we sincerely hope that Mr. Soddon's nar- it Is fault.
I t The belt whiskey and liquors' nerved by rative will do something/ to check the cured as hay, and a little fertilizer added your own
polite and courteous attention. stupid Idea that the exercise by womenof and either a weeder or harrow used to :biro: : InfsSxrc: >Lnoo.sufficient Hardware, Tinware Crockery, GlnsswanJ>(

a citizen's responsibility Is bound to work It In. This young stubble and new to cover the value of the prop-
I i A first clans line of foreign load to social and political catastrophe." growth makes excellent hog pasture, and erty and household effects should be car Harness and Stoves.

and domestic cigars. Kr.NoitA.1\011&0&' BAUCOCK is a good thinf.u'/> preparing hogs for ried. Rates are not high. The companies
1 'fattening./ It 1 III also excellent for brood we represent are solvent, reliable and lib-
l FAMILY. and HOTEL TRADE Solicited sows to run In with their young pigs, us eial. Claims are promptly adjusted. ; Sf Our Stock Is Complete and yve Can Fill Orders Prompt:]

i r Prompt and careful attention given SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. It Is conducive to make milk in abun Don't neglect/ to take out a policy.

y to mall orders, accompanied by cash.I dance. Cows or calves should not be HCHUrLER A 3RANNING, Jas. Pritchard & Son.Postoffice
allowed on this second growth as It Is c .
I ,. A. IIILDRETli; The Board met Monday morning Sept. claimed to be dangerous for the bovine TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
1 1, 11)02.) :! Present, J. M. Dixon, chair- and fed Correspondence Invited.WASHINGTON .
when cured as hay
i, % FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA man; R. N. Andrews, C. P, Platte and family except varies Boa.212,
dry. The sorghum/; plant verymuch
R. E. Mints, secretary.
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of tile last In Its chemical composition PJ'it'U.s""Ville. Florida.TITD : .
The minutes meeting were conditions ,

Ilodgsoii Bros rend and approved.The habits, of of climate growth and, under culture.different The Southern -- D. G.I -----------
treasurer's report for the monthof -------- ---- -
Y climate suits it, and with proper fertilization -
EAU QALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. 11)02) :!, wan received, read I .
v August and< cultivation it succeeds bet- ONLY 1605. SVILLI3: : LI'P1: EL'Y ST.A.DL
found correct and redeemed warrants
else In the
Marine Railway. ter here than anywhere
u r duly canceled.The From Jacksonville
profitablecrop ,corresponding
1 It is a
Unite States. very
General Merchants and !Ship Chandlors.L ].. following; kills were read and make therefore there Is no excuse rates from other points. First-
q for list of Itemized to FEED AND SALE HORSE':
..Speclal Fnollltles., passed payment as per whatever for any farmer to be with class round-trip tickets on sale SADDLE
t expenditures.The C. K. McQiTAiiuiK. Oct. :D, 4, ;5 and (U, limit by extension -
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing resignation of Mr. E. V. Hall an out 1 5>> and Launches. supervisor of the school at Georgians Account G.A.R. No extra chargefor
'r e Yachts wax accepted, and Mr. Chas D. Provost FLORIDA STATE FAIR. fast time or the luxuriouse1'vlce BAGGAGE 1 : 8JrltltEn
;' Mention the AIWOOATB when writing. was appointed to the position. orTILE }

I.:: An appropriation of one hundred and TRANSFER, and TURXnl'i'S
v Cheap Indian Itlicr home.i twenty dollars Is made for an aid school The!! Secretary the State Fair should ,NEW INITIAL
at :Saint; Lucie, for the present year, this bo informed of the action of each Board LINE AT HAULING", ETC. ..aU kinds
to be expended In a teacher's salary of Commissioners making arrangements '
sum County JACKSONVILLE.The :: .
i This place consists of 13th, acres J-4 for four mouths at thirty dollars per for county representation as J, M. OSBAN &
of Fort I'ierce. Four BRO
mile acresare
month the Board to assume no resposl- as tuade that full cooperationmay
cleared and fenced and them are blllty beyond that sum for any.cause. be assured. Southern Railway TITUiVU.T.E.Dock of Grand View hotel.- FLORI[

:25,000 bearing pineapple plants on the Mr. II. C. Pleaannton was appointed Marion aDd Dado counties are the -- .
+ There 2> to set ---- --------- --- -
are aores ready
place. g as supervisor for the school. latent to make appropriations for official MOST LUXURIOUS
a In orange trees and pineapples.. The Mr. S. A. Osteen was appointed supervisor exhibits at the Fair. TRAINSIN THE OLD RELIABLE
is remaining,! nine noresI.gout! pineapple for the school l at Lotus. Florida horses are to be given special
a land and a portion of it !good, fllrtr.s. The Hoard adjourned to meet on Mon: attention in the races, and many entries THE W Rr.D. Rollins College

]It Ps a frontajreon Indian River. Thebest day morning October 0, 1002. are already made. Every morning at 0:00: o'clock. ,
site is elevation
uiiildlntf on a high -
A .1. M. Dixox, Chairman. One exhibitor has entered five hundred ."
Every evening at 7: >;3 o'clock.
+ overlooking the river, the town, Founded 1885. Has special Florida charter. The South Florida] College:( '"r i
t m r Attest: It. E. MIMS, becretnry. fowls. How is that as a starter a from Jacksonville; less than 2J:
and the Tmllan River Inlet. There l-III.tI October 1st. Located on a high pine ridge, among the spring-fed lakes ot Orl
>-* h poultry show ? hours to Washington via Southern : I
no house on the premises.Fort with County Absolutely no malaria..
1 Pierce Is a division point on the ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? A dally balloon 'allc.nslon parachute Railway. COLLEGE.

!' t Florida East Coast: Railway audit placeof drop, and a Mldaeval for Knight'stournament Florida City Ticket Office, 108 West Bay St. : PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
costume, SCHOOL.
some importance, with good prospects If you are, why not consult your pleasure riders only, to be judged by the queen Jacksonville, Fla BUSINESS SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION.
I for future development. There and comfort and travel l by one of tho of the attractions Full Information can be obtained SCIIOOL. ART SCHOOL.:
beauty, are
M are stores of all kinds,several churches, magnificent ships of the famous and ever arranged for. among from Excellent equipment. Thorough, modern InltruCtltD't

school, postotlloe, telegraph oltlce, eto. popular Clyde Line, sailing from Jack The Horticultural Department of the H. F.'CARY D, p, A. Jacksonville Fla. Beautiful] location. A room for etudoflt. I
I This will make a Hue home and Best Board l 1
place sonville. These fine steamships are fitted Stale Fair will be In charge of E. P. Expenses low. Best Influences. Catalog on
capable of being,! made quite a lanta- modern convenience the
p4 with every ; of Brevard horticulturists F\J.\
Porcher Cocoa so
.. Ia tion. Five hundred orange and grape staterooms are models of comort, and may be certain that It will be a OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WALton's M. WARD, D. D., Principal, Winter

fruit treesand 100,000pineapple( plants the bill of fare is all that could be de success and also ably conducted, for Mr. Rapid Calking Tools now In use
and oyster!111? In the I immediate vicinity. along the East Coast the residents are Brevard county is to be well repre- Price 4.00 and $$OO each, at the ADVOCATE The Pioneer
<<, }ort Pierce is headquarters patronizing the Clyde Line, aud on their sented at the Florida State Fair to beheld office, Tltasville Fla. Cooperage
p limiting! / fishing and sports gener- return from the North many words of at Lake City, on November 11th &0Utb. ,_ ,

JHy. Prics$1,500whichisvery cheap.) praise are bestowed upon the Clyde Mr. W. H. McFarland, of Titus- Land For Sale. LAGRANGE FLORIDA.I .
1 t i For full information address, ships and their courteous officers. The vll1e, Is Superintendent of Grounds aud manufacture all ]kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expeditious! ,
C. T. service Is excellent, and a trip upon one Concessions. : Air. E. P. Porcher, of 174 acres first-class pineapple land When in need of a tank write perfecU'TOM ""
Kla. me for estimate to
Ankona, Brevard County, of these palatial and staunch Horticultural as I can fill yourorder
d Cocoa of the -
i Y applications Superintendent desirable front on St. Lucie river, at a''
will be a revelation. Early Department, while Boa. C. T. Mc-[ bargain. For reasonable terms write JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla.zzvr .
e Clothing Cleaned, l>yeti, will secure choice accommodations.For Carty of Ankona, will be our representative W. W. LUCK
i : prompt attention and particulars, at this great Florida State Fair, and Tlbbals Fla.
I Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dresses write to F! M. Ironmonger, jr., assistant Mrs. C. T. McCarty of Ankona, Is a r.aio: G-A.SOLXNE] zysoTo

I ; a specialty. Address general passenger agent, Jacksonville, member of the Board of Women IUan-
b SAM PERKINS: Fla.. ; or to C. H. Walton, agent, ADVO- agers. I>rnylnjj.Draylng SIZES H. I'.. 8 H, P., II H. P., AND 25 II. P.

f p ( Magnolia: Avenue and 6tu Street, CATK: office, Titusvllle, Fla. or hauling of all kinds Four Horsepower, two cylinder, motor weighs only 233 pounds. M%t !ljl
I'. O. Box 2&'. Sanford, Fla. promptly ra:
> Inches.
I i iJ HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures FOR CUTS,BURNS AND OPEN SORESuse I attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Speed 100 revolutions per minute. Guaranteed to develop lull

>t 'a all blood and skin diseases. For sale by Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at B.R. wood supplied. i

J ,. 41 r, are:53T":live Reading cents per notice line per ads.week.on this page B. R. Wilson A Son, Tltusvllto, Fla. Wilson Jc Son's drug store. ALFRED HADLET, Titusvllle. power.GEO.. R. WALLACE, WEST PALM BEACH, Fr40r.IO.\.


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xml record header identifier 2008-10-22setSpec [UFDC_OAI_SET]metadata oai_dc:dc xmlns:oai_dc http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc xmlns:dc http:purl.orgdcelements1.1 xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.openarchives.orgOAI2.0oai_dc.xsd dc:title East Coast advocate.dc:subject Newspapers. -- Titusville (Fla.)Newspapers. -- Brevard County (Fla.)Newspapers -- Floridadc:description W.S. Graham, editor.Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.dc:publisher s.n.,dc:date September 12, 1902dc:type Newspaperdc:format 3 v.dc:identifier (OCLC)2071720 (ALEPH)dc:source University of Floridadc:language Englishdc:coverage North America -- United States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- TitusvilleUnited States of America -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville.North America -- United States of America -- Floridadc:rights All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida