East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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September 19, 1902
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note:
W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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! LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. ALL THE RAGE- 1\lo.I'E&'SINat -Mr. and Mrs. K, P. Porcher have TilE LAUGH' RICK STOKK. AMONG THE HOTELS.
Wilson A Son's Soda Fountain. returned to Cocoa.
-Look for W. W. Luco's ad. page 8.Mr. .

\.nA Topics of General Interest.. Jr. S. Jones, Jr., of Quay, was aviator -The Titusvllle Presbyterian Sunday Oouuty Superintendent R. E. Mime SpeclaISale,Saturday,Scpt Otll, The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
in Titusvllle, between tiains, last school afternoon.will meet at 3:30: every Sunday was an arrival in Titusvlllfp, yesterday.AT and Monday, Sept. iilirul at the best hotels In New York city.

THE ADVOCATE, Satmdny. WILSON .& SON'S' FOUNTAINyou The Arlington Hotel Petoskey, Mlohn
$1.50 per annum* In advance. COLD SODA Pineapple Strawberry, -Captain W. IL Sharpe, of-Sharpen, get the Best, Pure Fruit Juice.J J. 1C. Walker A Co'E.Perhaps under the management Mr. H. H. Peck,

$1.00 six months, '. Lemon, Orange, and Frultine-from was a visitor in Titusviilo, on Sundayand -Miss Jessie Sanders, of Indlanola, you missed us last week, we of Kockledge, will remain open until. the

: $2.00 per an. to foreign countries. fresh, ripe fruit.Vllson & Son's. Monday. was a visitor In Titusville,on Wednesday.Born were too busy 'Veiling furniture." etc., latter part of September.

". When 'you subscribe for the ADVO- -Mrs. P. G. Walton and little girl, of ARE YOU LOOKING FOR TRAINEDBird to Mr.. and Mrs. Jan. F. Mitch this to even time write enough a short good ad.Vo things otTer to makeIt you The announcement Is matte that ex-
this Address Box ,
.ATE: by the year, it does not cost you Camden, N. J., arrived In Titusvllle, last 112 Titusvllle Dogs season Fla. f ell, at Cocoa, Saturday, September 13th, up. We have received another line of Secretary of the Treasury William C.
tree; cents per week, postage Incuded.I Monday, on a visit to her sister, Mrs.F. a daughter. Ladies' Under ear. and offer them again Whitney has purchased the United States
A. Morgan. -Editor E. V. Blackman of the East marked Hotel, at Saratoga Hplings.Mr .
| Note date of expiration printed upon Captain C. F. Fischer, of this place, 25' per cent oil price. Don't fall
paper or wrapper every week. This Coast Homeseekor, Miami made a flying to see them Fred Sterry of the
four. -The Titusvllle High School, which has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. A. S. manager
a a receipt for your money. No need opened on the 8th Inst., has a large en- visit to 'J'ltu vllle, last Saturday. Dixon, In Cocoa, this week. 104 brown sheeting, the regular :27d Homestead and Virginia Hotels, at Hot
'or us to send receipt for subscription.' rollment, and bids fair to be the most -Mes ers. J. H. and M. S. Sams andJ. quality at :33o per yard. Springs, Va., and the Royal Polnclana,
The date gives I it to you. successful term In Its existence.Mr. DeVoe Same, of Courtenay, were RHODES HAS J(>PAIRS OF LADIES'Oxfoids Eiderdown, in pink, blue red and Palm Beach, has returned 1 from a European
'I TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE: Is on visitors In Titusville the first of the at .1,10, former price 1.60 white, the kind you pny (50o' for at 35c. trip,
ale at the following news-stands, at five E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa, who has and $1.73. A kitchen safe for $3 ,(''S.
been upending the summer with his week.Mr. The BreakersbytlaeSIJIBeabreeze,
fonts per copy : family at Seabieeze, near Daytona, was W. MacKenzie: of New York, -Mr. E. T.. Brady, who has boon In All summer dress goods maked downto bas just been leased for tho winter season y
i Titusvllle- R. Wilson & Son. Miami for lime after his New York cost. They must go we
some looking
elected a member of the Halifax\ River representing American Net and TwineCo. to L. Itnln, of Jacksonville. Mr.
need the .
) Jacksonville, -Duval hotel. Yacht Club last Wednesday. ., spent Tuesday and Wednesday In mercantile Interests, arrived In Titusvllleyesterday. room.A Rain has been proprietor of the Cliff
Union ted and white check damask
I .Newsstand, depot Titusville. lovely House, Tallulah Falls. (!a., for three sen-
\ : SEND 25 CENTS IN !STAMPS: TO worth 7Ao per yard this sale fiOo.
i I Jas. A. Abrams, Gainesville Fla for -Mrs. J. T. Basse, Mrs. S. J. Nor Little Miss Lollle Penney, of this A Vernlft. Martin table, gold; and green, sons, and 1 has been doing a very large
Irar- Reading notice ads are ten cents the "Raglan Two-Step," by W. C. ton and two children, who have 'been. place, was among the ituoxttt at the birthday cheap at 401; this sale .7.\111.\ business. lie formally managed the)
Grand View Jacksonville The Breakers
jor line on this page. Coleman. The latest and best ragtime spending tome time at Tallulah Falls, party of Miss Allie Hughlelt, at Cocoa Widow shades from 12)l) o to Coo( each, will be about Nov. 15th. ;
1 -Dr. W. L. Hugblett; of Cocoa was Match ever published. 4t Macon and Atlanta, Oa.. arrived In Titus last Friday. reduced 20 per cent this sale. opened

i visitor in Titusville, on Monday. ville, Tuesday.Born _Colonel George A. Worley, one ofMiami's We have just received and have now The natural beauty of Bethlehem, la
I -Mrs. S. H. Brazwell, of Sanford, followers of Black on sale the prettiest patterns In the the White Mountains, la at its bent In the If
Scobie of Tltus-i to He' nod Mrs. J. G. Black prominent
-Captain Fred B. after a visit of a couple of days with ,
different and fabrics In autumnal months. The Sinclair House
arrived weaves dry goods ,
the first of I at Green Cove Springs, Fla. on Monday tone, in Titusville yesterday to
flUe; was a visitor In Cocoa Mrs. S. G. Vunlandingham, in Titusvllle, attend business.A ever brought to Indian River. which U one of the largest in the mountains 1
to some legal .
'he week. left, Monday, for Fort Pierce, where she Sept. 15: UHl'J, a daughter.' The many iWe keep one clerk to do nothing else Is particularly adapted for the
friends of Rev and Mrs. Black in Titus-
fEW,LOT OF CHILDREN'S SCHOOL Intends to open a mlllnery store. ville extend congratulations. merry-go-round or steam carousal but out samples and mall them. Just sane of guests. Messrs. Harrington <&

. Shoes, solid leather and serviceable, Letters from lends, l In the North, has arrived( In Titusville and are entertaining send. us your name, we will gladly submit McAulllTe, the managers, have added
Just received at RHODES'. say that more people are talking of comIng -The'Tltuavllle and Cocoa baseball the juvenile part of our population them for comparison, we foal not many Improvements lately conducive to
to Florida, this winter, than ever before teams will cross bats on the Tltunville on the old Lund property.Mr the test. Your order will be ours. the pleasure and comfort of the guests.

-Miss Ella Singleton, of Rockledge south-, and many of them will come to stay. I diamond this (Friday ) afternoon. A J, R. Pairott vlco-piesldeut and Mall orders are promptly and oarefullv The Seminole hotel Winter Park was
was A passenger en Tuesday's good Is promised and the baseball filled at those'pr-l ..s. Satisfaction. ,
There Is plenty of room and all who game general manager of the Florida East Const guar burned the Wednesday
round train en route to St. Augustine, to ground early
want attendance.Mr. .
boys a large anteed.
>n a visit to her sister. come will receive a cordial welcome. Hallway, was a passenger on yesterday'ssouthbound Yours for Increased morning. This hotel was built by the
visit -lIon. J. D. 'Reggs, of Orlando, State A. V. O'Neal, of Orlando, a train, en route to Miami. patronage, always 1'IantIystern/: some 1(1( years ago, but WM

'.f o"Nabant-Mr. Charles Swampsoott II. Walton'after and the White a Attorney, Is in Titusvllle this morning, brother of Mr. A, 11 O'Neal, of the -Capt. J, N, McLain, of Jensen, who ready to serve.J.. Jt. AVALKKK ft CO.'Titusville purchased, last year by :Mr. E. li. Sweat,
of New Hampshire has conducting; the prosecution at the preliminary Eagle' Clothing store, arrived In town, has been on a months' visit to Indian Fla. who made a success of It last year. The
fountains ( trial of the three whlto men who Sunday, and bas accepted a position Springs, Ga., was a passenger on yeKter.claY'1i destruction of thU hotel Is not only a
eturned to Boston for a while. are charged with the ,murder of the negro with the East Coast Iiumber and /Supply southbound train en routo home loss to Winter Park but to Florida The I

-Mr. Oeo. F. Paddlson, of Eau Gal- woman, Ada Wells, on July 27lb.Hon. Co. AWELCOMETO MR, AND MRS. lire originated In the englnq room. The
ie, general manager of the East Coast -We call attention to the call for u< -Dr. J. M. Dixon: mayor of Tlttisvllle. building and furniture were well Insured.
and Mrs. John li. and soutbboundtrain JULIAN P. WILSON.
(Lumber and Supply Co, was a visitor In Rellly citizens meeting to nominate town was a passenger on Monday's
l'ltu vllle,from Tuesday until yesterday son, of Miami, were passengers on Wednesday's ollicers, published In another column. en route to Cocoa, where lt,. visited Time announcement Is made by Mr.
northbound train route to E. Bates of Grand Hotel l Mont
George ,
en his mother, returning home yesterday ,
Let citizen of Titusvllle be Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson who
-Mrs. H. J. Smith, of Pompton Jacksonville, where they boarded the every present were Vernon, New Hampshire, that ho will
and assist In placing good; men in nomination -Mr. Cassia Minis has decided to enter married at Lakeland/ on Sunday, Sept
Lakes, X. J., and Rockledge, Clyde steamer Algonquin for :New York. clone Ills house this season next Monday.
oturned home after visiting her daughor They are going on a visit to their old for the town officers Stetson University for the coming H, IOU; arrived at Titusvllle on the 1:20:: ) Thin has been a moot successful season ..

" Mrs. A. Ainslie, of the New Ocean home In New Haven, Conn. -By a vote of 31 to 2, the State Congregational term, and Master Karl Schuyler, of Jensen p. in train on Monday, and were met for the Orand. Mr. Bates will open his
Ma and Miss Grace IMd, of this place lit,the station by n large concourse of
;House Swampscott, ll. Church Association, which winter house The Altamonto. Alamonte
-Mr. Pierre S. Titus and two little relatives and friends of both the bride
will hit students at Rulllns College Winter -
ALL, AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic boys, who. have been spending a few met at New bmyinn, last week, has Park ., and groom, who escorted the bridal (Springs, Florida, early In November.
found Rev. Franklin This winter losort lit adapted
M. of specially
Gallery, Titusvllle, and BOO I weeks In St. I.oulsI'etul'oed to Titusville Sprague the party to the home of the bride's ulster,
his samples of Photogiaphn. Picture i last Saturday. Mr. Titus loft Jiis two First Congregational church, of Tampa and -Mr. Eugene,, of Boston, whola Irs. R. U. Pyles, where a sumptuous repast for families, anti Is Indeed a delightful
Frames, Enlargements and Mouldings. little daughters; with their grandmother, guilty of reprehensible conduct well known to many residents Indian awaited them.In place In which to pass the cold season.

Always something new. Mrs. Martin, in St. Louis, and will put recommended his dismissal River, han. boon spending the sum the evening about thirty young peo Manager VVm. Catto, of that oozy And

-Our. up-to-datc jeweler and optician, the boys In the Mandarin school fur -Mr, E. F. Alford, of Ocoee, who( mer at the Ocean House, Hwampsoott, pIe, Intimate friends and relatives of the well-known hostelry, the Tudor hotel
boys. anlved in Titusville last week took his Mass. As usual, he will spend the win ootniQtlna met at the homo of
Mr. G. L. Mandavllle has had three Naliant, 1\11181., hoi done quite a nice
louble chandeliers and a number wall -The Rocklego correspondent of the third degree In the Masonic order on ter at Eau Givllie" and other points on the the gionm'p parents, Dr, and Dfra.13. U. business this season. Tile house U up-

'.imps, for electric lights; put In his store Times-Union and Citizen says: "G. Friday evening. Saturday he left for East Const. Wilson In North Titusvllle, to enjoy a to-date. In evoiy respect, and all who stay
which, in the evenings, l is as blight as Van Iloute, who had charge of the Presbyterian Cutler, where ho Is preparing to plant a -Mr. John T, Stanley, of New York supper given In honor of the bride and there have many onoonlums! of praisefor
lay. churches In Titusvllle and crop of tomatoes for Mr. Wm, M. Brown, city, who owns a valuable pineapple groom and to welcome the bride to her Mr. mid Mrs. Catto, who take mucb

-:Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and sons, Rockledge, U at present making his of the bank of Bay IIll1cnyne.rIon. plantation at Jensen, was a passenger on new home In Titusvllle. The house wan pains 1e make thing pleasant for their

:iichard and George, of Titusvllle wereassengers headquarters, beie. Mr. Van Iloute and Mrs. Jefferson B. firowne, Wednesday's northbound train en routeto bel\utllulJ'IIOOol'ateJ, In evergreens and guests. At tile close the season Mr. and
,> on Saturday's northbound expects soon to take up the profession of with their son, Master Joe,- and daughter New York \Mr. Stanley had been on (lowers, and the table fairly groaned Mrs. Catto w return to Florida for the
train, en route to Point Caawell, N. C., law." Miss Susie left Hendersonvlllo last a visit to his plantation to attend to the under Its weight' of delicacies. In fact, winter, Rod probably !Mr. Catto who U
>n a visit, to Captain and Mrs. K. P. Pad. -Mr. T. Roy Puckett, of the government week for Ashovllle, where they are planting out of slips. the appetite of the most fastidious cplcurian a first-claim hotel manager" may loose a

!lison. printing ollioe\ Washington, D. C., delightfully' situated at the Battery Park -Mr, W. E. Yanlandlngham of this was mote than entertained lintel If he can find anything slIltablealonlt'
who spent from :Saturday' until Monday Hotel. They to return ; at the table the guenls were the East Coast
Howard who expect to Jacksonville
O. G. will leave here
Express Agent! place, Sunday, tor Jacksonville .
In town, the guest of bin brother Mr. In a short time to reside by, sweet muslo on the piano,. consisting
I. wAftk'fi vacation tovarious
I.IM boon nn n Hvn perma where he will board the Clyde Lent week was a busy one at the
Paul of wedding marches/ etc, and a joyou e
I I in the North returned; ; to r E. Puckett, left, on Monday, for and t
places nently.Mr. steamer Comanche for New York, e n I feeling seemed to the r.rolantVllllhlnlton Mount Pleasant
1'ltusville last and is now 1 inliarge Daytona. on a visit to his mother, where Fronie Cleveland of pormeitte ver;y hotels
Friday, Merrltt, route to Baltimore, where he will enter In the White Mountains and
' of the office of the Southern he will be joined by his wife and little was a passenger/ on Monday's north. the Baltimore Medical College for 11fOllr.ear air.After music and I li among tho special featured provided for
and supper, games I
"Hxpiess; Company, son Washington.Mr., on.Friday they will proceed to bound train en route to Jacksonville, course in medicine.Mr. ; which all joined with much enthusiasm, the entertainment of the sU hundred

-Master Wilson Taylor caught: last. where he has accepted a position. Mr. and Mrs Mills. Cottrell, former took up the evening, until about 11 d guesta were a IInperb dillplay of fireworks
-: C. S. Chappotln, wife and family Cleveland reported to an ADVOCATE on Thursday evening, on a point on the
aturday from the wharf, in dontof hislibers' residents of Banana liver but who have, o'clock when the Indian River Bund 'appeared
l of Rochester, since converting Congress representative that his brother Mr. Y golf \links midway botwotm! the two d''
, residence, a 151b-baaa:> which been living at. Providence, R I., for thpast e full force and gave the hnppj
Hall into residence l have Alfred Cleveland, has been sick for hotels a bill at the Mount t
private very ; masque
the couple a serenade. After three
l long
'was just about as as boy was six years, anlved In Titusvllle, on some 01
all, but was landed with the skill of an found It a very delightful place at which some time, having had several hemor Tuesday. Mr. Cottrell Is a stepson olMr. f four selections they were Invited In and i l Washington, on Saturday evening, a
xperienced fisherman.Mr. entertain their guests. Since their rhages of the lungs. His many friendsIn ChailcH H. Nauman of the Haul delicious Ice cream and cake were served team match at golf oa Monday, with the
arrival, their register shows between fifty lltusvllle are sorry to learn of his over suction, and after spending a few ad libitum, and then all repaired to their Waumbek golf team, at which the Bret-
George; W. Scobie, after spend- and sixty guests: and from all the Herald condition.Mr. days In town, he expects. to to Cutlerto respective homes, after voting the even ton Woods team won, I>>> up, and an approaching
rig two weeks with his famllyfhere, left, can learn, the;place Is still as popular as Charles II. Walton, proprietorof Investigate the opportunities go of planting Ing a. most enjoyable one, and the 8u per ", and putting contest on Tuesday
..n Monday, for Norfolk, Va., stopping ever-Aver, (:N. Y ) Herald. The ADVOCJATK the EAST COAST ADVOCATE Titus a of tomatoes. unsurpassed. for a cup, offered by Clarence Soa-.
n route at various places in Florida in readers along the East Coa-t crop mens, of Brooklyn.
ville, Fla., and his brother, Captain J. O. Congratulations and bent wishes were,
he Interest of the firm of fecobie A will remember Mrs. Chappotln, who Walton, also of the same paper, are There will be a conceit and dance extended by all, and the AOVOOA'rlC"Iaholl M II"ra.Alulllle&; Gmbowownerllofthe
lushes, wholesale fruit and produce spent last winter (here, and toured this enjoying the beauties of Boston and given by the Indian River Band, at the that all their future life may bas e New Ocean house, Swsmpscott, Mass.
Merchants.Mr. coast In the yacht Cruiser, with her vicinity. Mr. J. O. Walton lathe Inventor opera house, on Thursday evening, Sept. bright and happy as this evening spent cloned It this week after a
( OO. F. Miles, manager; of the mother, !Mrs. M. A, Sprague, and sister, of the Walton Self,Locking Pul- 23th.; Concert from 8MO:; to 10 o'clock ; with the bride and groom at the borne ol OilS season. They are now very at the prosper-popular
'. L. Miss Edna Serge and party. ley Block the only block that will dance from 10 to li o'clock. Refreshments of Dr. and Mm. U. li. Wilson.
C. &; T. Co., of St. Augustine, stop Lenox hotel, Boston where they are
,tier spending a few weeks on the East -The steamers! City of Jacksonville and lock automatically. He will have will be served during the evening.The Numerous and beautiful presents were doing nourishing business. The palm
'oaat, looking after the details connected and Frederick De Barry, of the Clyde St. this on exhibition at the Mechanics band Is somewhat behind In IInances received from their hosts of friend on room of the Hotel Lenox In. now open,
* Ith the dredging of the canal between Johns River Line, after doing an excellent Fair, where It will certainly receive the and ask that the people patronize thin the Indian River, where both tbe bride after having been in the bandit of decorators
he Matanzas and Tomoka rivers has passenger business this summer, eager attention of all who are Interested entertainment liberally, so that they and groom have lived for a number of for some time and will doubtless
turned to his summer home at Pomfret plying between Boston, Bans Point and In any hoisting apparatus.-Boston may get on a straight footing again. years. continue Its popularity as a haunt for
enter, ConnT:;'where be expects to re- Xahant, have just been taken off tho Home Journal.Dr. Several weeks ago; some horse that Mr. and Mrs. J, 1". Wilson will nt once dinners and for after theatre parties.Its .

'min some time. run, the season being over. Our Boston Ralph E. Smith and family have were prowling around the streets at start to house-keeping In the neat little concerts will be a popular attraction, '
broke of the show windows Docket cottage, just south of the Indian and there will b. music not
-One of the Newport season's wed- representative Informs the ADVOCATE returned to Jacksonville, after an absence night, one In merely durIng
logs of social importance was that that: these steamers are about to start of three months In New York, E. 1.. Brady ife Bros', store. This was River hotel. the dinner period, but a'terthe theatre ..
r MIssEstelle de Laussat. Wllloughby, for Jacksonville, and will, an usual, be where Dr. Hmlth was connected In Belle- neatly repaired. On Tuesday of this ** have ended their evening perform vt
,uighterof/ Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Wllugbby placed on the St. Johns. river, for the view Hospital. Dr. Smith, In speaking week, the horses took offense at seeing Furniture ances. Nensrs. Aluslle 4 Grabow are
'' of who winter season. Captain T.Y.. Lund, a 01 the fltlttA .Mrlntllt lllnanM nt Kla their damage had been repaired, and he right men in the right place, and we
winter, visitors Philadelphia to the( East are Coast regur )-, property owner Titusvllle, who has father, "jjii Arp;,""--one"of-the' most e broke the name window out airaln. Our Call and see our new line of Furniture, have DO doubt they will do an excellent ''I

'"d Mr. Clayton Gilbert Dixon of the been accompanied by Mrs. Lund and son famous of Southern writers, said that, people are anxious to know If there Is an Extension: Parlor and Kitchen Table. business at the Lenox.
and daughter; :Matter Tom and Miss while there ordinance against/: the free use of our Bedroom Suites
was Immediate direct
.me city, which Wall celebrated on no danger, Matting, etc, The ADVOCATE representative, who
Julia to be the commodore of the streets by loose horses at night. If thereIs
lie> 17th seems his father's could be from factories.
of !September: at Holy Trinity recovery hardly wait a recent guest of Hotel Marlborough
lurch. The bridesmaid were be Miss Boston-Nahant fleet of steamers, and the hoped for, and that the end was not far why Is It not enforced Titusville O. E. COON, Jensen, Fla. Broadway and 3 of this line speak In high terms must either get rid of the nuisance of
< patrons distant Dr. bmlth Is of Jacksonville's York
ary Randolph of New York, Miss Edith one win surprised to sea the, large
'.won, of Newport Miss Caroline: of him. Ha Is a genial, whole-souled moat popular and ha having horses and cattle prowling around amount of business done at this .
popular '
ordes' of Denver Miser Foeder, Miss commander, and has a host of friends In ban received a warm welcome from his the streets at night; or it must abolish High Grnda italics.For hostelry, A large number of people
and Miss Crugor Walton, of from Florida and other Southern: State
season at Bass Point wound up, a few go back to the primitive wood shutters growing frultand vegetables, noth.
lilladelphla. Since!: their marriage the stay at the Marlborough and speak In,
with grand display of fireworks and as Captain Fischer recently log clean Ashes
a potash
days ago, equals our Dry ,
mug people in Philadelphia. high term of the house and Its
are living :
which witnessed large Gardner's Flyers. aid In the ADVOCATK we will also haveto actual 3 manage
were by a guaranteed, to 7 per cent. For ment. Mr. K. H. Crowe 11st 111 "holds thefort"
reM IACO YARN DROP STITCH number of people.Ht'glstratloll. cease trying to beautify our town with close prices, write to
ladles' hose for 13: cents: at RHODES'. Trunk $2..*$, 43.50, .4J50, f fl/X, 17.50. shade trees, while these depredators are I G. II. Uirrix &; Co., I as manager, and he In. ably supported -
Umbrellas 60o to *2..V). allowed the liberty of the town. West Palm Beach:: Fla ; by Mr. &1. J. Crawford, chief
Hooks Open.To clerk ; )Ir. Frank Webber assistant
Lamp Oil-Stoves &;c. ,
mpty Sugar anti RICO Jlurrels. Too selling furniture to write '3.25 WILL BUY YOU A LADIES'nice :2mo Or Atlanta, Ga. chief clerk ; Mr. E. A. Osborne, bookkeeper
the Citizens of the Town of Titus long busy.. welt shoe, comfortable for damp ; Mr. Will Heath mall clerk.: The

for sale. Address, vllle: Croquet sets special, one week, 75c.; weather, at P.HODKH. Notice. office stall at this hotel Is a very polite
WALTER A. MOORE, The registration books for the Town of C. A. GARDNER and gentlemanly one, and Measra..Craw-
Titusvllle Fla.
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Titusville are now open at the Town Dental Notice. A* there seems to prevail among some ford and Webber seem to give every one
Clerk's office and will continue open up of my patrons of the East Coast thaI I a hearty welcome
to the 16th day of October, 1002. Those AVagon for Sale. am In the north on vacation, etc. I take
Position Wanted. who are not registered and intend to I will be at Al Fresco hotel Jensen on this means of advising my patrons that I Hotel Wanted
vote at the general town election to beheld I now have on hand a large stock of 2- Sept. 22: 1002, prepared to do fiatclassdental { am, as per card In ADVOCATE, still In -
A steady ruqn wants;;: position to work on the 27th day of October, will loch! tire and .1-Inch tire one-horse wagon work. Make your appointments West Palm Beach, and will continue all Wanted to rent a furnished hotel on '
grove or any steady farm work. Ad- please register within the time limited that can be delivered at once as my time Is limited to only two the summer and winter.F. East Coast. Address
e"t D. Ronixsox, above. C*. A. FROST, R E. Marts, JR., earl.. L. T. DANIEL, II. IIocoirro.T, J. IlKVAItl

Koieland, FI... 5t Town Clerk Titusvllle, Fla. Resident Dentist, Cocoa Fla. West Palm Beach Fla., Sept. ;3, IWJ\ Wayne Co., Wooster ,O.


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vi* tallons and also destroyed the track colu l'ln. Notice of JHaster's Sale. GENERAL DIRECTORY.

i. y i JAILltf and tttouo bridges between Frankfortand The serious work of the campaign AN IMPOSSIBILITY. -, ,
tro '
Lexington and northward from OB" A FINAL TJ. S. LANO OFFICE.
being over, Morgan couldn't leave the TT3CDEH AND BY
Lexington toward Cincinnati. Before Every Chick Hatched From" .. Slrtln* decree of foreclosure and nals mailS. and H. S. (Chubb............'.. i
state without characteristic I.
setting out he sent bogus dispatches a goodby Will Not Be a i"rU. IVInuer.Last entered In the Circuit Court In and for W. O.,KoMnson.. ... ..... .. I"| .:""Ie, :.,
laffi Or\ to some of his old associates who hoc Hrevard onnty. J'loridaLln Chancery. wherein Olllces at Gainesville, Florida ,
: Ellsworth to the Federals at winter at a prominent poultry U of the Estate ,
through .
( Exocutr '
Mary E. S. De rall".sa
stuck to the northern / .
(? : flag. One of U. 8. SENATORS.J
Will of Aaron A. .
J Lexington saying that Morgan's pick show I heard a man evidently a beginner of and Sole Legatee under the
these was the noted editor George D. In the business of breeding and IJeUrauw, deceased. !, Is eon'I'lahtlmt. and Jobn F.Taliaferro.....;... .:... .'...., .".".Hie
W ao5INSs.: ets were skirmishing near Frankfort Prentice of Louisville. To him Ells. A. Houth and hilt wife are do- S. R Ilallory,. ... ..... ]1.." ',,",
Two companies of the raiders then galloped showing fowls!! making a vigorous kick feedants I wlll8 Master in Chancery, during .
worth wired the following .
dispatch ol sale on tbe
;; -1t1 e.XPeqle./.tce./ on to the outskirts of Lexington aated Somerset July 22. 1862: about the chicks he got from' a high the legal. hours OF A. P., leon W. Davis.. .......... i J. ',
\ In an opposite direction and opened priced sitting of eggs. lie admitted 8LXT1I DAY OCTOHEn B. M. Sparkman.......... ,I" I
Are while Morgan and the main bodyof Good morning, George) D I am quietly that he got a good butch but only three being: the first Monday of the said 1 month nt ()otoiar LEGISLATURE
watchlnir the complete' destruction of Un- auction for cash to the ILRD'
sell at publlo
; troopers dashed northward and ela Sam's property In this little burgI cf the chicks were fit to show one of highest" and "boat" bidder therefore In from of R, X. Bench.... .. '. ,t I""
t, struck Cynthlana. thirty miles above exceedingly regret that It !I. the last that them having won a first prize at the the Court House' door at Tltunvllle. Hrevanl K. B. Rauler.on. ForiI'ieroeRoire". ,.,'

-rnnf'.A.( Lexington on the road to Cincinnati. show he was then attending. To any ana County being Florida In lIr"var". all the County; following, State lands of Florida ly Ing. :, EECUIV DEI'ARTIIEX'

[I Ic !r, 11 Cynthlana was well garrisoned by cnv- one but an amateur three show birds : Win. 8.Jennings....... .. .. i, ''I
'rC North half of lot number. 14. of the subdl H. Clay Crawford ........8..etar '
I o.A. airy Infantry and artillery. Sending from one sitting of eggs would be highly of fractional. Suctions and 8. Townshipaa'so" James B. Wliltlield..... .. 'l I .'

his Texas squadron around to the satisfactory and, when another fancier tu of Kan*:* 87 Kant> as shown by the plat Win. It Lamar...... ... .Attorney ''icral'
fi I M! thereof recorded In Hook "I," pate(; 177. of the 'v. N. SheatsSnpt.. Public In' "
,: i right and another regiment to the ene remarked as much the dissatisfied Record of lw
my's rear, Morgan advanced the Ken- ona went on to state that to him three vard. The sultl:: north one-lmlt extending, from .rom...... .. ..... Cmi: ,1f
'I"" )Q) the Indian River to the liunanalUver.aiia being/ 1. Clifford Fostr... .Adjutant>
L. fI} tucklans boldly UI the main street w good ones out of a brood Only showed /0 chain and 10 links wide and ooiualnliig ,: John or .. .... ..".. ..8ur\eui. > "erl> ralIn
: : ,61i The Federal soldiers resisted at all that the strain that produced them was R. K. Rosn........ ....... State i I. >.,
0r not what It be that If It "AJSO Lot 10, subdivision of Sections 7 and 8, Cilices at Tallahassee, Florida
points and It took an hour and a half ought ; wasa Township 20, South' of Range 87 East an recorded .

I of desperate fighting:; to carry the town. real good strain the whole batch In Book "I." imires!! 177, 17*and 1711 records of SUPREME COURT JUDGES

: Colonel Landram and his officers and should have been uniformly good. Brevard County 1' iorltia and( deticrlbet. ufbl.lows M.H.Mabry.... ..... .. ..Chlet. ,
\\j : A IIcrll' of land extending East and West F. B. Carter........t .. ..AinocUti.. i ,0
) O O O O OMorgan's men of the Eighteenth Kentucky Home -e There/ are probably many beginners across Jlerrftts Island and twunded on theNorth I. F.TayloJ... ...., ... ,.

oo guard stood out against heavy odds. who have Idea similar to those expressed : : Inks South by a, I line of the parallel North to boundaries and 71 chains of Sections and 24 RAILROAD COMMISSIOXER

Landraia defended himself with his by" the exhibitor referred to 7 andi S Township 2(1, South Range; 37 East. : H. E. Pay chalrloan...... .. .. .Oun i
: Men pistol and shot down an aid of Morgan: I rw- i :: who will be surprised to learn later on boundeif(on the East: by Banana River sbotinuW! J. L. .. ... .. ...... '. ,11.|"ietmm
on the South' by the South. Hue of said Boot Ion 8. J. 1(1. Bryan.. ... ....... ... .. Kl-,, '
who tried to capture )\him. The garrison how hard It Is to produce the! crack exhibition Thasald South line. being chains and 76 links John L. Neeley, jr., clerk... .. \1" '' :

at Cynthlnnu lost about fifty killed specimens In any and every South of the above described orth boundary of Ifeadijuarters' and ofllces at Tallalinmii i"I
r described l>ouri this ;
tract being
class of live stock. In the trotting and nine CIRCUIT COUKT.
rI.zJZJI1 the Indian River and containing 8
and wounded and.believed that Morgan
j 0 Riding : ome horse which has been bred expresslyfor ty.two one-liundredrhsd.lW( ) "acres. Minor S. Jones, TruaYlte.....,('1"0""i i ..
suffered more than that. but some Also beginning oil the East bank of Indian J. I>. Heggs, ..)' t' "
of hIs dead were thrown into the river. the purpose of speed at the trot for River. at the meander corner to Sections 8 and B"rloKTerm-Fonrth Monday In AI) ,'
over fifty years. It 1 Is seldom that a : 17, Township 'M, South Itange 87 Kant!: thence rail ferm-Fourth Monday In NoItREVARD \ ,
o o o Q Cyntblana was the furthest point Kimt!:' along: the section line eighteen' chains and
H north touched by Morgan. lIe turned brood mare produces more than one fifty links to the llanatm River| thence South CO\ 'I'COUR'I

real great race horse among the dozenor eighty degrees West seventeen cliaiusand twenty A.D.Penney,...... ........Counu: i ,
(Copyright 1002, by a. L. Kilmer.:: back from there toward Lexington .five links to the Indian River; tbenoo northwesterly James it. .Antirewm..Prosecuting \i.1'11;,
I again. The military authorities at so foals which the average mare along the river shore three chains and A. A. Stewart.... .. .1.... .. Count\, i''lurk
J the raider with his will bear. Cresceus. 2:0: :!%. Is the forty link. to the. point of heiilnntng and,. con- Spring' T..m-Beoond. Monday In Mai
Louisville and Cincinnati were wiring talnlnit two and seventy.four one-hundreaihs Summer T.rm-Becond Montluy.. In Ai' I
.t band of
rough riders champion trotter but there Is
MonGAN. 'fn all directions for aid to cut off the an own (.I.i41": "acre". I Fall Term Second Monday In Novpl, au.;
the heart of Ken brother to him somewhere out west beginning on the East bank of Indian Winter Term-Second Monday In K i <
raiders general lamenting that links. "Int
every chains twenty-three
River eleven
the middle of July that has never been able to trot a mile
4 his orders were not carried out and southeasterly from the meander cornet to Sections COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD
1802.( Ills safety lay in as fast us 2:30.: and, 17, Townshlp2l( South Range 37 bust" R. E. Mlms Superintendent.. ....Bonn "nun
stampedIng the Federal forces in the Morgan still loose In Kentucky. The The same lack of uniformity' when at : northwest: corner of land of Rufus B. Members J. M.Dixonc1Iairunan'nft., 'it| }
g raiders bad !been at their work a week Stewart;thence North nf ty-nlne clegreod and five R.N. Andrews, Cocoa; C. P. Platt i-ierct'
t region'wht"ro he rode. The'headquarters "tbo best" Is the standard to go by Is minute Bust along said I Stawart's' North line For

of the enemy were at Louisville on without meeting opposition worthy the found In other branches of breeding.We seventeen chains and twenty-live .links to the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS '

the Ohio. Cincinnati also on the Ohio name. But Morgan had bad enough. ,, ; sometimes read of a bull of some Banana along River/ the;thBiice River shol'&tWO North twenty chains four and neimwsWest fifty- .1. R. Walker, 'chairman, Tltusvllle. i ii,' ,,
I ,t and the next thing/ In the bold game J Jp two links thence South sixty.nine degrees and JUut. ludlanola{ It. A. tonkllnJ. llllnnin, Inhc,
and 100) miles north 'ost of Loulavlllo of the beef breeds of cattle selling for ; Jone., WoodlnyJ.. ; "
i : live minutes Went eleven chain to a palm tree IkWb'I
was to get out of Kentucky. 11.
contained a strong garrison and could $5,000 or more after winning the highest marked with two notches and all "X." on the Regular sessions are held Irat 1londo) ,t, '!ne
I To ride out of Kentucky: after raidIng East, and West sides thereof; thence, South ...v- monta.
r easily summon hulp from the east and honors In the Bbovrlng.. but It Is
a week In the heart of it ought to ty-nlne negroes and thirty minutes West between OFFICERS.A. .
north. The city of Lexington seventy. seldom that we hear of a brother to two rows of orange tree. ,six chains and, .
; live miles oust of Louisville and the have been made Impossible for Morgan j''C QUoltu.tN's such a !bull selling for one-half as twenty-five link. to Indian River and through a Ja.,D.. E.Penney Andrews.'Fitituvilla TltiiHvllle! ". ... .Connn. p ) t h, "\1
; ro-
!but It was not. He set his face palm tree on the bank of the I river marked withtwo
p name distance south of Cincinnati was much. With such known facts relatingto notches, Kast: and West; thence; southienater- A.. A. Stewart, Tltn"uloj.. ...(onn i I"k
I J. V. . .
toward Wonton .
tho track
very by which he the river shore three chains. and slxtyty.cwo Coo. \.,
v also nn Important Federal army post. breeding In other branches. why ly along E. W. hall Tltunvlllo.. .. <
containing .
bad- entered the state and reached It links to the point of beglunin? leCI
With but a thousand embers at his should a breeder of fancy fowls expect tour and sixty-eight one-Tiundredths ((4.(H) F. H. Hove, Tltusvllle..." .. Tr :
without a !battle. Leaving Cyntblana. TliOOlT.m MIMING THEMSELVES ,,. R. E. Mlnm, lnna\enture.. .. !Stint ,I' < ml
% back and enemies' numbering tens of he rode back the rood WITU UNCLK SAM'H BABEUa. Mother Nature to reverse her processesand acre Also the South one-liftlf' of Lot 14, subdivision r. <). Fries, TI'ullvlo.. . .. County Hun,LI'",

thousands having quick connections by on Lexington to comas under supervision 'on this give a different result when It Sections 7 anil 8, Township :i'4!' South, Range 87hivt. r. 1.Brown,' ,. ... ... h.rl
without"struggle. my route. T. .
I ; rail and telegraph Morgan's game with I'nris which surrendered A 1 exppct In a short time to pay you a visit comes to their "branch of breeding? All a. shown by .plat 'hereof recorded In Book CovkDhntt, LnUrange. .E.g istratirn (( ,
f Halting there for the night "I," on page It?, of the Rrcuril of lJeedsln and !TITU8VILLE TOWN COUNCILJ.'M.
V respect to the'three largo cities was to and wish to know If you will be at homO the modern breeds of horses cattle for Brevard C"unty. Said South bait extoucllnu

I threaten nil and tackle none. Four he struck southward leaving Lexington All wall In Dixie. J. 11. MORGAN. sheep, swine and fowls are composite 1 1 oiu Indian River. to rfanana Itrver. and being Iixonmayor. R. E. Minis, jr martini

days after he entered the state he was to the went of his route and rode Another dispatch. In a more boastingvein breeds. In the process of their foundation live chain ten and and thirty twenty-two six one-hundredth links wiile.., containing (10.3U- and treasurer tax collector; John W. Hranuing. olerl Mn.inS<

p1 In Lebanon, only one day's gallop from Into Itlclimond on the 20th of July. He was sent to the lion. George different and In some Instances acres, more or less. Walker F. A. 1I1
: i E either Lexington or Louisville. He was then fur to the east of the region Dunlap. a Kentucky congressman at antagonistic characteristics markedthe Also, beginning on the Went hank of Banana landlngham and .rl..n Carrnthers, mutt Imw:
River at the meander corner to Sections 8 suit The council meets first Tuesday In each imitltTITUSVILLE ,
4 took possession of the telegraph and of bis most daring exploits and the Washington.' Then the raiders rodo stock used. By the exercise of 17. Township :Ml South of Range 37 East thence

iI intercepted a dispatch from tho Federal Federals wore looking for him every- across the border to Tennessee went the breeder's art which consists mainly Smith CO degrees West seventeen cbains. antitwentyjive BOARD OF TRADE
k where excepting the point where be Into and \ links to Indian River; thence soul: 0. M. Robbing, president; T. M. Dlxim ,"im
camp coolly waited for the .i
commander at Louisville to tho In knowing what be wants to pro- easterly along tte river shore four chains urer, .T. (*. Hunt, Meets secnmn>
Pt commander at Lebanon stating that a really was. Through Ellsworth\ however Invading armies of Kirby Smith and duce and a wise process of selectionto twenty-one links te the llnv this day made 1 between nesday night In Hoi'rutary., at their room
said Matulxon and Kooth then'eN"rtb.
{ regiment wall on the way by train to ho! learned from the wires that Bragg to como along on their northward attain that end uniformity of typeIs the. degrees and thirty minutes FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS

large columns of cavalry were following march. East, through a palm tree standing ou the riverbank
re-enforce the attained In a certain and
garrison at Lebanon. degree
,. and marked with two notches East. and River J.mlle. No. BO, holds Its ".
r Morgan already had the garrison prisoners on Ills trail and rode on to Crab GEORGE L. KILMER. with each generation It Is the endeavor West and on .six chains. and twenty-live linksbetween the second and Frlilay. evening .eeln.. /b

Orchard.At two row of trees. to a palm tree month at their room near court ..,!
and promptly sent out a detachment V>f the breeder to get nearer to whatIs orange: Rt o'clock lodg :o
: J. R.
j marked with two notches und "X" on the Fast. 7:3C Walker W M
II cA to burn the railroad !bridge ahead Crab Orchard Ellswortb once The Peach Crop. termed perfection. anti' West sides thereof; thence north sixty-nine F. Morgan, Bec',.

t :!
hi Lebanon wo filled with army stores, learned the exact location of every has a complexion like a peach." however can enable him to entirely tr the the rlvc-r nahalla shore. Ibver two chains; thence and northwesterly sigh/ ; links to along the Friendship. Chapter No. holds Its I

.z and after cutting off the approaching body of Federal troops and wound up "That's so." replied her rival. "It's control the product of his yards. Ata- .point, of beginning/ coi.talntnuslx' anti thirty In the Mason Lodge 1' 1., Titnsville,n"lll 1,
the eight nne-hundniftlu(6.3$) acres together with first Tuesday. In each mouth suB:SOo'clouk .n.,
exploit by countermanding In the bound to full.
foe Morgan leisurely burned all that -Philadelphia Press. vistic tendencies will continue to show the riparian rights belonitlny! to all of the said and the third Tuesday. In each month at X1

II lie didn't have ustj for !buildings, wagons name of General Hoyle at Louisville themselves and some specimens will lands o'clock p. m. fallowing are the ",itllrarf .D(
order for the of ii'. J. WE H. the lodge; Mrs I 4 'L and ammunition besides many every pursuit Morgan YOU KNOW WHAT YOU A.RKTAKINO "take back" to faraway ancestors so Master. In Chancery. Dr. B. R. WIMm. worthy patron; .Mrs 'H R.

thousand stand of arms. In the stock that bad beeq given. One message When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill different In type from what Is demanded D. L. OAULDEV: \Vlaon. uso""r.e matron I Mr. F. A Mcirgin.

u. he found 2.000 Yankee slibers and told passed' over the \line warning the operators Tonlo because the formula Is plainly In the breed today. A breeding pen !Solicitor for Ooinulalim'nt. tr..a'nrP, ; Stewart Mr.. R., C. HorhlJeour. Iprtt. ,

: itlr&: his troopers to belp ,themselves, for that George Ellsworth the clever"rebel > piloted on every bottle showing that It is may be line bred for several genera. Hughes o..nelat roni'imtreRii' Mm nV I 8r -

new blades were very scarce In the ," was on the \line In Kentucky.The simply: Iron and Quinine in tasteless tions and still In a batch of brood Notice of Application to Sell bl. ; ; R. Walker, Ruth. Mrk l f A.
Morgan Ember Mm. J. I. Carriitliur, Mnrthti,
t Jt, Confederacy. There was a big heap town of Somerset, ten miles foi'ui. No cute >Io pay. <>Oo II. brothers and sisters some will closely Liquors/ Vines ami<< fleer.P Mm. T. T. WoO; ore, l..rbalI... '."<,;

,fl to pick from and every one of the north of the Cumberland was the last approach perfection while others will Stewart,Elet.lUastel'.s

''uP band took what suited his fancy and halt of the raiders. The place bud Feeding Newly Hatched Chicks. be little better than culls. The beginner

1 rode away from Lebanon with an extra been used as a storehouse! for the Federal The chicks' first feed should be pin- cannot learn these facts any too NOTICE Carleloii. IIERFHY: jr., ha filed OIVEN. with THATKeubfii the

sword strapped to his saddlebow. army but no garrison was on bead oatmeal prepared especially for quickly for his own good. Tbe knowledge Hoard of i nuntv ConunlHHlonennf Hrevard Sale.
1 baud to defend It. After chIcks. and should be given them County "rotate of rlorliin, IIIH' implication f.'r a
From Lebanon the raiders rode toward taking new as not only makes him more reasonable 1 nermlt 10 'eUlhp".ra. wines ami be r In Election

I Lexington: at the saino' time outflta of blankets shoes and other soon us they appear hungry says a as a customer but It also prepares Ulxtrlct No. 0 of >...d county and state; that NDRR AND BY VIRTUE OF V ,o/IL
J; threatening }Krunkfort Important clothing the raiders set fire to the breedt'r. Oatmeal should be before him for the work which be must perform Much Himnl pileitlitit ot Onnnty. mil rouiiiilwloneni be, n 'teil, on at hy said",., U decree* .in foreclosure entered in, ,'h', rlfmi

$ I point on the road to Louisville. Everyday leavings and watched them burn. Morgan them all of the first day after. they appear If he is to develop Into a successful regular niuetlmr. which will beheld on tile lira of Florida. Court In anil, for for the llrevard ftoventh., C">JmlicU untv, in .i rich.".

J tN the cavalcade picked up a struggling was happy. He had ridden 1.000 hungry as they ", .11pot\ eat breeder. Tuesday, In lu the urtoher afternoon A. of I) wild Iinr2, day, at, and th..eo''k the therein depending/ wherein F. E Heath andB.K. .
wiles through the Blue enough of it to hurt them. For the KoKsiter' a.* txerutom of John Heath vuoiiiplatnantK .
i Federal otQcer or small detach. Grass State Few beginners realize the amount of Holil lloiird In-ri'liy culls. upon allY citizen of such and, J. P. Brown, ailininl'trvtorof
% !ib ment of Kentucky Home guards. The flud picked up several hundred crack: second day feed oatmeal In tbe mornIng study and work necessary'to' establish how Kle. it4 cnuve.>ii District If wh there> may be desire, at the to'losn.mild lie, to, Jnl.C. Welles, et al. are deli'iiilint.I
any xregular '
r prisoners were paroled at the convenient soldiers to fill his ranks. The enemy i at noon and the ,last time at a strain of real high class fowls of any meeting of Hard Ilourd,, why such iiormi' will louse. door,pulillo at Tltusvll'sale' in, Florida front, of lint the\ufulM(,","

I r time and set tree ;with some storyas had been whipped nt every encounter night. For the forenoon feed give breed. That ooo may buy! either fowls shall By order not be of granted the Board to the of Applicant.County, Commissioners 'legal hours of sale to tao blghrstand U tel* ",d

to Morgan's movements which his generals! outwitted and the hopes breadcrumbs moistened in sweet milk. or eggs and with them produce some of Hrevard County, Fiorina, this.,, the Sad tier for c..b. on tliq

ti would deceit the of the southern sympathizers In Kentucky \: and boiled eggs chopped tine should be prize winners the first year Is true but day of September, A. n. I'-Xtt.( ,
lt. enemy. JOHN: W.AI.KEK.., SIXTH OF OCTOBER A, D tin!
At Harrodsburg the raiders had a tired anew. lie counted his own given In the afternoon Have some to go on mating and producing birds of Chairman of Hoard, of 4'flinty Com

hearty reception by the citizens. The Ions In men less than 100 and had captured call and give It ut every feed as they that kind is another thing and something [t,.*.] uilnmoners, Brevard. County, Kla. the name being: the first. Monday In, th. .l'l' I
and will soon come whenever It. month and a leirai sale nay, tho follimlni.( I.I Icrlbed
paroled more Federal than you give that cannot be done by random
4 11I1 entire populace turned out to welcome real estate situated In the < |
the Kentucky braves. Galloping north he mustered troopers In his own Do not try to force tiny of them 'to eat; methods. To succeed requires a nat. Application for Tax Deed.TVTOTICE Brevard and State of Florida, or so rnticl),. '
rather tilE of as will satisfy said decree and COBU, "
Ilarrodsburg let them wait they know ural liking for breeding the power of ,
ar from
Morgan halted at 3nd
All of fractional
t, i Lawrenceburtc. twenty miles from A whnt banger! menus when they will observation In a high degree and the ': IB HKRFHY UIVTTNTIIAT al of tot Three. (3)Serflon In P.otlon Twenty-nlnt ThlrH W'J",lM
I Frankfort and waited until his spies PRAYER.It couie juk-Uly capacity to recognize the difficulties to i\ R. FRANKLIN, purchaser Tax OEOROK Cert; tlcates Townslilp Twenty-six (W) Houth of Itantft lilrtr* I Iseveu
*> I
,I !bo overcome. With these conditions No.MlltI a"dIlll7. dated, the 3rd lUy of (.17)) Et, oontaliiinir Kielity-tlv: J'
brought word of the situation In is notable that In the despondency 21 Years a Dj.npeptlc. July, A 1>. mm( ) has. tiled said oertlncste in more or .. to the United ltle iIIr' I
7 fulfilled, the natural fancier becomes my vey, and In Brevard .
soon County; ,
Xllce and has being
Frankfort. There were 2.000 or 3,000 caused by womanly diseases there ( made application. for tax deals to
I Yankees there and the raiders turned seems 1t.. II. }Foster :HIS: S. 2d Sr., Salt Lake an enthusiast and enthusiasm iHsue in aucordance. with law. haiti' F. A. MORGAN
; to many a suffering woman no way of City writes: "[ have been bothered with in field. .'" tile following described prI.erty'tua.. .
If itProclamation
determination M
JI uphold
east toward Lexington. Iji their pathway escape from pain except at the price of any by ted in Brevsril floim y, "Florlila.. ti>-wlt: NWU tot Special
lay the bridgeless life itself It would be sad to record dyspepsia oc: Indigestion/: tot :21 yeirs; usually results lu success.-Henry of SE.:%. 8W of BE'/J! and NKJ:!< nf BW 8...,.
5. Kentucky nv.r trlf l many doctors without relief; recently Allen In !M' Tp.Mtf South, Lsnge39; Eimt. The said lan l
,j er. The only ferryboat In the vicinity such a story of struggle and suffering except I got bottle of fiel blne. One bottle Poultry Keeper.The being ansmumd at the date of the Issuance of such of Klectioii.
t for the fact o rtlnc." In the names of J. A. llemlry and, A.
V ; had been sunk by the Home guard that in inch dire cureil, me. I am now tapering off on the Kest Prescription far Hendry. rules ...a.'ln" ... shall lie redeemed .
1 but the raiders fished out of the water second. I have recommended it to my Malaria according to law. tax deed vlll issue thereon '
4 distress many a Chills and Fever ls a bottle of Grove's an the 23rd 1 day of September, A. I)., low.) '' I1EItItAS SECTION I, OF ARTIL.' <
I and crossed over In the night without woman has friends; If l IK curing them, too. .0cts Tasteless Chill Totrio. It is Witness my olltolal: signature and seal this the f of the onllnances. of the Towl .
I being discovered. found IJJ at H. K. WiUon /Son's.: simply Iron 2lHt day of August A. !>., Imtt. vllle the Mayor of said.' ""Wil I
a way and quinine In a tasteless Issue Proclamation C
form. annual
-NoOuro [Seal] A. A. STEWART a calling for an I"J
t .I r Dashing on to Versailles fifteen back to health Xo Cure. Trice uOcts. Clerk Circuit Court of nravnrd County. Fla. tlon of town otHuers; Now therefore, I IMarlon .

:L. miles from Lexington the raiders captured and happiness by Cut Berry Can.. After Fruition. By O.A. !Stewart, 1). C. Issue this/Dtxon, Mayor of the Town of fo'ntu".1' "
my Proclamation cnlllng 1
1t' 30O army horses belonging to the use of Dr.Pierce's July Is u critical time for small fruits. Cluster' nual. election to be the ('OIICI '3mh
Hale. hellln
frjj the FavoritePrescription. Cutout / of said town, on ) '
enemy. At village of Midway bearing canes of raspberry Application for Tax l>ee
iiV Operator Ell worth read the passing This antI blackberry Immediately after fruit- 27TH OF OCTOBER A.I I 0.) ..
\ I s OlHputchus and learned that train great'{ rem- lug and burn them. AND M7 TIUTI'E OP .\. DKCRRR Y "ur.
a Every surplus UNDFU
ally for womanly .. anil sale entnreil. In the (Ir. IS lixtween S a. m., and sundown p. m..101' 'i"
I with two regiments of Federals was ills has well been plant or cline takes food and moisture emit Court of the. !Seventh. Circuit .1. Ives pnrrhaner" of Tan OIVEN Certificate THAT n. 1'. pose electing:
about due that from the soiL of Florid, In and for llrevanl County 'In a ulna dated the .. No. 2W, line Mayor,
at called dead Und
point. Morgan A godiiernltoweakand- Every therein pending wherein : day of July A I). hue "has One Marshal and Collector of Tar
quickly tore up' the truck and posted weak cane furnishes aa abiding place ...holD1 tralor of the Estate: leorjre or!Joseph treat II'. Wooilwsr aa. application Hloil saul certificate for tax deed In my to oHIce.leslie.,. and lu Ims limits. Olle'I..k. and' 'fr..nrr.n'l" .

: : i his men and guns to give the train a sick women." It for bug. parasite and disease advises MathenuniMor Taxes, all

ts reception, but was cheated of his prey, establishes regularity one authority.Iovouretl. will ....11. at pulillo auction, tu the hlKhesC and ng Florlils.aarlbe.II.'P -rty sttimteil In Hrevard coun- And 1 hetrei.yappointhtarrvwihion.S. 'Ji Jd
ty. to wit
dries weakening) drains heals inflammation bent bliUlf for cash In front of : South \H Hnnthwrst !w.lea. A Robbltt InnpectK''"' O
r4 by an alarm sent into the lines which tile Court llmineiloor Iolts to H. R Wlltum anti lot Vet of Itibllo "urton. Rht. -
4 and ulceration and cures female at TltusTllle, tlurlda, during the legal In Southwest of Uoad .ctlon.ld Alle P. Umber, Clerk "" .
!M Hontheaot
,1 turned the train back Worms. c 3 K" In Section 20 ,
to ,Frankfort. .\. I weakness. It makes weak women by hours of sale on tbe Township 21. .mtriIUnir, ,.W Ea.,t The said lamt! In testimony ..whereof. I have bereun .Tl .

l dispatch to Midway from Lexington strong an
frj. asking if the' loud was safe' to wend "Your medicine almost rained from from hunger although fed abundantly. rtrtirlcate' In tin name of F. A. Chapped heirs. tamher to be 2 sHlxeri at 'fnusie. Fla
me the the following: real estate situated In Breranl holes said. certificate shall redeemed A. It. tilt!.
I r a traInload of troops forward was drnd" writes Mr.. Kdwin II. Gardner, of Kjrtpt Tbo entire trouble arises from Inanition, County, Florida, Tin: Lot fifteen (III) ID Jtlockthlrtvulne i'irt' law tux deed will l.h thereon accord.on the ("KiL.) J. MARION obNtS'latin;
Plymouth Box 14. My nrin* wee their :.3U) In White City ai'cnnlliix, to th 30th ray of A. I>. .
k' read by Ellsworth who at :Morgan'sdictation like. brick 1 .f'i. .:.r.i' had fwin all over inc food U not aaMmllatod, but devoured plat thereof oil record lu the County Clerk's ofcs !. / Spl""ber.1 an seal
I answered "No sign of Morgan suth I a dtunning: feeling it seemed I could not damv by worms. A few doses of White's \ of the County. 20th day of August A..irnat". this the -
L : hi>ii* work I had to sit I down to wash the Cream Vermifuge will cause them to ISICAI.] 104.. .
j bore. The train the alarm GEl). M. ROUntNS STKWART
got d,thea, even. In the I .(ck
year UQ7 was so I Clerk Circuit.. Court of
/ i4 end didn't venture to Midway. did not curv to live and prayed. mAny times that cease crying and begin to thrive At once, Soot 8pecll Master, By O. A.Stewart Hrevard Co., Fla KIDNEY DISEASES
I Numerous Gad would take me. One day I found a little very much to the surprise and Joy of the Ueputy lerk.
dispatches between the book. I read U ami wrote to tr. FWixe and ina mother. 25ctt at 5. Wilson A Son's. --
T '? Federal GeneraL Ward at Lexingtonand few days received: an answer. 1 decided to try Application for Tax Deed. Application for --
-, his 1 medicine and to-day X am a well woman. 1 Tax l>eecl.N0Ti''v &j
Ueneral Flmie! at Frankfort about thstta1 of all |
have no backache no headitche. no pain at ..11.I Two Fine arc
If- & 1 Morgan %piisHed% Into Ellsworth's ear' uMeii always' to have headaches previously to Lots For Sale. IS HEHEBY GIVE THAT \V. B. ':
and then into Morgan's.. the monthly period and such pain that I would NOTICE purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 1, 11 HEREBY Or**** THAT E. L. cases.FOLEY'S. ItF
lIe knew .
just roll on the floor in I ttxjk threw. bottle* the VnlrchmmrofTCertilite No
agony dated :2nd of .
July D
i where hid enemies were and being of Dr. Plerce'a Favorite Prescription and three. Two fine 10-aere lots lying; on Indian flleil said certificate day In niyotllce,A.and baa lute.' made has has Bled 13i. ,sail date Jthe. 6th day of July .. ft liiw( CURE III
of 'Gol'lfn Ihfedicnt Discovery' and three viaU River :3 miles south of Fort for tax ilesd certificate In mr ottlpe. and bas KIDNEY
t ended for Ueoi'Ketown. Tierce on a'' application to lsue In accordance made
F near Lexington fur
( l
tax de
of Dr. fierce's Pleuaant Pellets, and was cumpleiefy with law. Said certificate aprl..tlon *< to Issue
embraces the follow In.
I hud Ellsworth forward another cured.* good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet l.liT ecl property situated In Rrerard tbe" 'following Said certificate embrc. 6uarata3dR81

l, misleading telogram. This Informed Accept no substitute for Favorite Pre river frontage. Illeh bluff, covered with county )Florida to wit All Peter Font-hard Iirevanl described Florida pronerty II

: I the Federals! scription." There U nothing just as good.Dr. I palms and hardwood timber. Good for Grant In Section 38.Township M, Bough Ranges Wd. 8 by County Brttt,and N. MoCall.It: Part Lot :
,j Morgan bad Sec. 15. T wY,
passed :34 and 35. The) said land being aaMiised. at the -J7 Contain
and hip tf.,, refunded.
oranges, grapefruit tangerines pineapples Range E. the said land
Pierce's Common Sense Medical 4 money
; date of the Issuance of such certificate C
Midway and gone toward Frankfort In the eased at the date belnl.
No better location the riverat the buraance of .
Adviser sent frtt on receipt of stampsto on name of Unknown. Unless said certificate shall care I'n the remedies by
Georgetown name of lyre Oore. 1'01_ saidwrl recognized C
gave; the raiders another cover : : of mailing only. Send any price. $1,000.00,) )( for each 19t.C. be redeemed axxmrding to law Ux need will I*, shall be redeemed
(, enthusiastic expense sue thereon on the 6th day of &toher' D. tiict according to law tar beSt le
and A. I9O3. the
they tar- It one-cent stamps for the book in paper T. MCCARTY, Witness my official signature. and seal this the ded 'il.u.. thereon on the 2Sth day ot Sep. nent physicians as
rfed two days. nut the time was not coven; or 31 stamps for the cloth bound Ankona, Fla. /1th day of September A.D. lam.eeall tembr. toy 11. and Bladder troubl J

r paused in rollicking. Morgan picked volume Address Dr. R. V. Fierce '[ A. STEWART. 21 day ot Align.; ..Illnatn. and meal Chi. the Key
Clerk Clrcnlt
of Fla. Iir.
driJleanejrjecniUa! for his bat. Buffalo, N. Y. ".- The ADVOCATE: does job printing. Bjr O. A. Stewart, Cepnty Clerk.Bacvarit Co., Clerk ISal.J Circuit A .. STEWART. PRICK SOc. *.ad .JI.OO.

Court Brevard County, Fior".. H. II. WILSON &SOC >-



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I 'Professional Cards. GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT.

More At the of Grand in flow tbs>r. Ilntld Itlithwnr
BOBBINS The Male Hnninii Needs to Eat roqueftf Army men MicA
I. M. Inti... Soulli.
CEO. Than the Kemnl vailous parts of the State we publish bo-
According to a'writer In the Lancet low a portion of the official circular In The koutheiu tttattB' are In a better

I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR the null human lU'cl1wore food than regard to railroad rates position than the northern to progress

!I AT-LAW. account of his "6. A. K. National Encampment Circular fast la rondniaklnj, for nearly all of
the female not only on
in State and United 1 No. :2. Headquarters Department them hnvo adopted. in some form the
d| Will practice States larger stature, but also because he Is of Florida Grand Army of the

,j Court. the more katabollc of ttto two. The Republic Maitlaod Fla., Aug. 12,11)02.) system of employing convict labor for

,! Office at TITCSVIIXE FLA. man tends!: to expend energy and the The 80th national encampment of the highway construction. :North Carolina A

woman to store it up In the form of O. A li. will ,be held In Washington D. was the lender lu this work\ and now
nd '
all and nil state convicts light
puts county
OAULDEN, fat; be burns the faster. This sexual D.,during the week com menclngOcMHh.Tickets .
D.L. difference shows Itself lu tbo very on sale! from Oct 3rd, good to return : sentenced for a less term thou ten
-, until Nov. 3rd by an extension years at work In rimilbulldlii South
ATTOR. EY-AT.LAW. blood. The man has a larger percentage be made In Washington a cost of only Carolina 1'1I11)loJ'81111 coivvicta. on a BCIItt -

Will practice In all the Courts of the State of rhromocytes than the woman f>0 con Is. >nc of !ices than tlyenrH., In Tennessee QELASE

Ot Florida nod the United States Courts. showing that he needs a proportionately The following rates has boen secured Alabama and (vonla, county I
MRS. L. S. ADAMS. larger quantity, of OXJ'II'I'1In orderto Key West $41.10; Sanford :Uol.6De.: ; ; and state i-onvlctsure thus \\ork..
r. Box
U ,sea.
daltPNlon, TVXIM. maintain his more active combustion Land .1$.;aU; ralatko ?17.U; West Palm I
ed. A movement la lolnj made to extend that run on wheels.
"Wine cT Cardul li Indeed a blessingto a fact which ono may associate Beach, 2S.05: ; New Smyrna, $i-'I.Q.Dny-/ ; the system in these three statesand I
J. WEBB, ) tired women. Having suffered for with his comparative freedom from toms, fU.It: ; St. Augustine ,18.30;Jacksonville '
It Virginia\, Sold
*16.05.All to adopt Cvvrywrher
e tevr with wtakneis and bcir- chlorosl Moreover weight for wclglit
year > comrade from tho East Coast or on The iirKinnonts In fiuor of this rmployuiont -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: Inj-ilown! pains, and having tried several l Is than .
his plltmonllcllpacltJ' greater It doesuway )trade, STAinnAno OIL co. .J
) the line of the Seaboard Air Line Rail of convicts arc Unit
doctors different remedies
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th wlh and Wine of Cardul that of the woman whose smaller re road, who desire to go with the headquarters with the l great e"lenL't1f> of largo :
Circuit. Taxes: : paid for non-residonti success your need I further shown by the
splrutory *
the which car, or the olliolal train so called, is liciiltliler and bettor
was only thing helped me, pcnltontlarlfs : --
and rents and accounts collected. facility with which sho can without must be sure to have their tickets read I
eventually cured me It seemed to for convicts und more luimane, too
TITVS-VTLI.K build the weak strengthenthe discomfort diminish her breathing via, Atlaotlo Const Line from Jackson
FLORIDA, up parts !! takes them away from competition e
:' 'of the corset. ville. Have the local agents; be sure to
and correct by means

system Irregularities power HEADACHE'Natotla
with freu labor to the greatest possible '
"Tho great contrast between the give this kind of a through ticket.
A. D. PENNEY By "tired women" 'Mrs.! Adams metabolic of the two sexes" The headquarters oar will leave Jacksonville degree, enables the county or mate to

means nervous) women who have activity at t) a. m. Sunday Oct. Cth, and build greatly nettled highways at low my vir.. andCAiCAKKTS nay.elf bavebeeie
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW disordered menses falling of the continues the writer "wns forcibly reach Washington at an early hour next cost fluid thus makes their labor of benetlt using !: and they are the ben 1
womb ovarian troubles or any of brought bums to me by a military display morning. Every comfort anil accommodation -' to the public, which baa been put madlolne wo.hare. ever bail In the houne. Last ,

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, these ailments that women have. given by a troop of dusky amazons possible will be provided and to expense by their or lines. The coat w'woda.eM my,..wife aha tried was lomoof rantlo yoiirCASCAKETS with henclaohe for

You con cure yourself at home with with whom were also u few male special attention will be given the ladies of convict labor on tho public roods. In and the, relieved the pain m bar bead almost
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th this peat women's remedy Wineof warriors. The women In spite' of their" of the nartv. Immediately. We Imth 'conimencl, ...carets."
'the south varies from 21'i: to 30 cents it 0IlA..8TBII..ORD. ,
Judicial Circuit. Car lli. Wine of Cardui( has exertions were all rounded and All matters connected with headquarters .
dally the Boston Herald. This Includes Flttabura Sato A Deposit Co., fltuburgPa.
cured thousands of cases which in Washington as well as day, BIIJS
doctors have failed to benefit. Why plump some very much BO, no single accommodatIons for comrade. anti fl'lvato their food amid clothing nod care.

A. MORGAN, not begin to get well today? All muscle showing through the skin, andIt families are In the hands of PastDepart. In the states whore it Id. used a system CANDY I Irasa.

FREDERICK druggists have $1.00 bottles. For was noticed that their movements ment Commander Ueo. 1<'. Koote, of of convict rumps with movable CATHARTIC Ii

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, any stomach, liver or bowel disorder though full of grace, lacked energy Henry B. YVhipple Post at Orlando who prison houses: Is provided.< Tbere aro always It i
ThedforU's Black-Draught and '11'0.? The men on the other hand Is now acting as a special awslstaut adju an oYt'rs.'r.llnt.l sufficient armed ,3 t

Loans, Notary Public. should be used.Foradvi.aanlllltemlureaddr'm. were spare tbelr muscles!! standing out tant-general/ with headquarters at No. guards to look after the gang. Now and

'Collections, Typewriting, Stenography ,, Th Ijiilton' AilviMtry; : Jn.piirl-irtTlnvniittoma plainly under the shiny skin and they Oi'il: ( Fifteenth St., N. W., Washington D. then a convict cnpe.. Aa a rule they seas an.rnw.o ) '
Mont: 't'ha; Ul+ : "'OIl111.U"llIo .'.., In further contrast! with the women C. Comrads desiring to secure, rooms
(ITITUSVILLE, FLA. Clatltlna.g., 1'onn. are contented. The men lire courseIn
amazing agility and meals can do so by writing to Com-
displayed a truly the south colored One In a
round In rad Koote stating price they are willingto / mostly
about and whirling
bounding and what kind accommodations" dozen I"I white Pleasant, Pnlntabln Potent, Tint dooit,
WADE H. JONES, WINEoFCARDUI! a most astounding fashion. The woolen they pay They urn given considerable freedom OooU, Muror HluUmi. l3eakon,or Gripe, Inc, 26u/l:

desire.'s. ... CURE: CONSTIPATION. ...
In short were essentially" HKKIIKHT LANCET, In their nioytuients and! nt 1f..1'1letl.O'O 5LNI.a' a.....' e_>..7,CH..s..M......l, S.. ...... SIT
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, and the men were kntuhollc. I may E. A. 1-iciiAnDS. Depart. Com. made underforoihcii over their fellows ?
draw attention to the fuct thatml'n Aiij Oen. Sold ". n
here Asst.
-- -
--- --- TO-BAC
--------- labor where 'L'UaI'li.t1:1o'l.'tiItI"\
Loans and.Col1ectlon8.TITUSVILLE or put to work at special HII gut w
_. uro apt to be larger meat caters .
SLEEPING HEROES. they must be trusted. I In most b loealltlej

PLOIUDA."BO. than women Just as they are. possiblyIn A ....i..oJt...O.t.d.; : they: !urn: On-sued In 1'IHOllJlt.Il! ) '1I1

&JlM'bt Men of the Pact That Art consequence of this very fact more Speaking of sharp practice, I beard And given a ball and .cTialn) those latter Over-\Vork' Weakens a

/" A. WORLET Expected, to Return. prone to" drink alcohol and to( smoke a party telling of a trick played upon often being removed when they estab Your Kidneys.

Is there bny race that has not Its tobacco. tliein by u largo poultry company <>f Huh a reputnlIon. In wane localities dPaaY-: -.....

ATTORNEYATLAW.General Bleeping hero? A correspondent"' rocently Dopl Coartxhlp. "excellent repute." They purchased they are loft free from I bull and chain Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Iood.All .

practice in State and Federal pointed out that the time for the> When a IIopl maiden decides which 300 duck eggs and before placing/ lu and not made to wear prison garb!>> unless -

Courts All business entrusted will fulfillment of the prophecy that the of the eligible young/ men of the tribe the Incubator tested them. The result state convicts.A the blood In your body passes through

receive prompt attention. tenth of Krishna will restore! to India she wishes", to marry she goes and sits was startling to any the least. Ovei visit to come convict camps at your kidneys once every three minutes.

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate her Independence U", near at band and In his house and grinds!! corn until be 100 of the eggs hud dead ducklings In night reveals the characteristic spirit u SSt The kidneys are your f

Miami. every nation tins some such savior to Is sufficiently! impressed by her Indus them! The seller did: nut calculate on of the southern negro. At Augusta! '.. blood purifiers they tilter 7t

MIAMI FLORII1.I. .\.. whom the people look. Went country try to marry her. the eggs, being; tested beforehand andplaced Ga., they were found with musical InBtruments I out the waste or

rustics still believe that Arthur did not After the ceremony which Is an old Incubator eggs In with the of various kinds giving tr Impurities U they are In sick the or blood.out 4

TAMES ANDREWS die but sleeps In Avalon, and tbnt in elaborate one, the couple go*to live In good OIIPH. Had the party buying concert for their own entertainment. of order they fall to do ,

I the hour of Dritalu's need be will the wife's house.", I If she tires of her placed the eggs In macblnu and then The guards say many of these men _#l!' their work.

ATTORNEY-AT-LA W. awake deliver the land and restore> husband she can obtain a divorce by tested! on the eight or tenth day he! are hnbltunl members of the chain Pains,aches and rheumatism -

Alain office and postofllce address, TITUS- the golden age. In Germany it is a merely throwing! his saddle out of.the would have anticipated a Rood: batch gang. One man was pointed out who come from ex-

VIJ.I.E. Branch office at FORT PIKKCH: popular belief that Charles1 V. will house. After marriage the house, fields on the strength of the dead ducklings was said to feel at homo nowhere else. ceaj of uric acid In the' t

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. some day wake from, bill enchanted and all tbelr property except the herds or If experienced: enough to sue that Soon after he Is liberated bo cornea -trouble. blood, due to_.neglected. .....
kidney -i
Notary Public State at Large. sleep to reign over Germany Spain:: belong to the wife. they worn lh'nd.'oultl have thoughtthe back on a hew sentence, happy us can Kidney trouble .

r Portugal Denmark. Belgium and Hol The Hopls are Indulgent/ parents. eggs fertile, but possibly germs be with a Uddte under bin arm. : beats, and makes caused quick feel or unsteady.ieart
; land. Thousands of I French peasants week This Is a clever trick and may i .- one as though
The right of the children to do as they had heart trouble because the heart Is
CTEPIIEN E. FOSTER hold that Napoleon Is only sleeping they please Is never questioned. ae( has been used to considerable ex II IM Life Saved by Chamberlain' :sver-worklng In pumping thick kidney

antI that at some future time be will tent. Colic, Cholera nnd DlarrliocnItemed poisoned blood through veins and arteries. th

ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, reappear and rule. And Mr. Newbolthas Do It :Morn( -Test nil eggs bought before y. It used to be considered that only urinary 1

Sims Building enshrined tly Devon legend ,that Selling poultry Is Just Kite soiling sl'ttln-ZII'; In Poultry Monthly: : "B. I,. Bier, a well known cooper of troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, it

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Drake la! only listening for the drum anything( I'lse-it pays to classify all ---.--- tbU town, says ho believes Olmmbe.Uln's but now modern science proves that nearlyall

The Irish peasantry steadfastly refuse products and put the bcbt! In one lot. nCnrl1e Cannot 1>e Curedby Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy constitutional diseases have their beginning -'IfIf 1 s
to believe that Mr. I'urneli Is! saved his life last miner, lie had been In kidney trouble. "'"'" "iuijJUHi_i
the second best in another and tbo local .
W. ALLEN, applications J ,. nw they cannot sick for a month with what the doctors you are sick you can make no mistake '
GEORGE really dead. They assert that his death '
cull In still another. If offered at alL. rmcli the diseased portion of the ear. cull billons dysentery and could by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild r
was a ruse that lie was an Inh'.elltedSp There U only ouo to euro Doiifnesit
Commercial 1 way
I'otiltry. nothing to do him ) until and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer'
('<'tllt r of his own funeral und that and that Is by constitutional remedies. Swamp-Hoot the
tiled this great kidney remedy Is
remedy. It him Immediate ;
KEY WEST, FLORIDA. when the time conies he will emerge Deafness U caused by an Inllamod condition I- I'ellef." H. T. gave Little merchant soon realized. It stands the highest for Its l ti

Will practice In the United States from retirement to give Ireland her In. Cancer Cured l>y Blood I.iilnr. of the niuooiis /lining of the Eustivchliin ) ,- Uncork, ]Mil.says For sale by all, druggists wonderful cures of the most distressing cases

and State Cou t8. OjunOO dependence. Every true Moslem believes 'I'nbo. When this tnJie guts In. and medicine dealer and Is sold on Its merits r
All Skin awl Illoixl UI.."... Cured.Mcs. (lamed have a rumbling sound
that when antichrist appears) you or by all druggists In fifty. ,
Mohammed Mohudl will awake and )(. L. Adams, JFrodonlii, Ala., Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely FeedtaE Yoana Tark.,...' cent one-dollar ala1 1! (N''!'
S. BURN1IAM, M. D. closed Deafness, 'Is the result, and unless "
N. Moorish took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually es. You may have a
conquer him. A legend 'de- the Inflammation can be taken out and To cater to the public demand for
clares that Bobadil el Chico cured an eating cancor of the nose to sample bottle by mall Horn or Swamp-Root.
sleeps this tube restored to its normal condition largo turkeys we ore compelled unevery
and face. Tbo healed free ales how to find
SURGEON and SPECIALIST sores up pOI'feotly.lI pamphlet telling you
spellbound near the Alhambra and will bo effort to size our
hearing destroyed forever; nine get ty getting
:u.y doctors had given up her case as out If you hay kidney or bladder trouble.
Ear, Nose and Throat. that one day he will awake to reestablish hopeless Hundreds of cases of cancer, oases out of ten are .caused by cntuirh, turkeys hatched an early as possible Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer

WEST PALM BEA the !Moors as rulers of Urana- eating, cores, suppurating swellings etc., which III nothing but an Inllamud! condition and puxlilng/ them along by giving & Co., Dlnghamton, N. Y.
slain by the Turks In 1381), as their others Mrs lie M. Glierney, Warrior will give One Hundred Dollars for blood meal lust your vlth most excellent
T \R. IIOUQUTOVS final hope and should (Switzerland be Stand Ala. Her none and lip were raw any case of Deafness (caused by> catarrh) results with my chickens and aft, I e ,
that be
cannot cured by Hall's Catajrh
again threatened by tyrants Swiss as beef with ofTuoslve illxclinrsc from Cure. Send for circulars free er the first few weeks fur my turkeys. e .
folklore declares that the three members the I'atlnllllore. Doctors advised cutting K. .1 I feed alternately blood meal ground ;;11t
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS but It failed. Blood Balm healed CHUNKY tit Co., Toledo, OOT .
of the Tell family who are sleepIng the sores, and Mrs. Ouerney la a* well aa s"ld bv nil DriiffRUt/ 7."jo. bone and butchers' straps, but you Seeds /
on the "Dentos" at rtutlll near the Vlerwald- ever. Botanic Blood Balm also cures 11 all's Family fills are the best cnnnot push turkeys us you can chickens good oropi,

Now AT PALM's !: Btateh-See will rise from their enchanted eczema, Itching humors scabs und scales, ai their digestive organs lire not tomes-so crop mare each more year cue the

slumber and maintain the. bono pains, ulcers, offensive pimples Ilalr'. lllHhwar,. IIr.t.... as strong, and nature never Intended crop* and customers have
- freedom of the land.-London Chroni blood poison, cal buncloll. scrofula, food
In the. that a turkey should bolt her as grown griutcr. Tbml'i the aaeor.t
Italy principal
highways are
risings and bumps the skin and all of the Cum.
I cle. on the, average business man docs In this Ferry $
Kidney Cure blood troubles Druggist, $1 per per maintained by the state anti every bit More Ferry's Seed sold ,
hurrying scurrying world, where wo
makes kidneys and bladder right.Virginia CllOUP large bottle. Sample of Botanic Blood of in 111 u road Is examined dully byroad sndeowotbananyotherkind.
Bnm! freu and prupulil by writing Blood laborers who linvrf been appointed hardly have time to out and sleup. All Hold by all dwlers.lIHit r

Usually he,dna with the vmprom of a Balm Co., Atlanta Oa. Ddnorlbe trouble with Homo regard to I'lflclency. The n lien turkey has on her bund at a O.Ottil M. Parry AMvai* PRhJQ Oe. '

common cold; there lit chilliness, sneez- and special metllcil advice son I, in government road laborers (ell n tOllllh'r8)) time Is to raise her brood and she Detroit,

HomesYou net, sore throat. hot hkln, quick pulse, settled letter. It Is certainly worth) while are selected for good character and takes tier time to pick n grain hero and Mloh.

lOirswness and Impeded reHpirntinn. Investigating such a remarkable remedy, honesty. The limit of age Is thirty-live H worm there timid give the little turkeys -
(live small doses of Itallard'sllorehound
as Blood Balm afros the most awful
and they must l It of robust! con time to digest n crumb at a time
:Syrup (the child) will cry fort worst and most deep seated blood yours
while their mother keep* tier weather -- ---
Their hours
) and at the Hrstslgnof croupy cough: diseases. stitution. of work are
learn all about Virginia Lands, apply frequently nalhrl'sSnow/ Liniment from sunrise to nnset. In which time eye open which she doen by turning her Tho Largost and Most Com 1
externally to the throat. :0cts at bend on ono side and looking up to sec;
its resources, products mode of cultivation onch cutitonnler muxt go over tho entire -
iUnleto Establishment South.
prices etc., by reading the D. 11. Wilson &Son. Worth More Thiin> Crop. track of road apportioned' to him "If_ n lank In loverlug rmiriil rii_.* there

Virginia Farmer Send lOcts. A system' of good turnpikes or even lie in not Permitted to iibsunt<< or shelter ?. Is prospect of ruin, that they must b* GEO S. HACKER & r
of the modern well drained and well SON
for a months subscription to the llonr a Won, u 0... n S*.'. ItliiiHcIf more than he can possibly hurried under cover. They uro perfect ;

Fluj1er Co., Emporla; Va. "1 will tell you bowJtp work It." said kept dirt road constructed accordingto avoid, whatsoever the weather may weather prophets, n* ;you will see

a woman whose figure showed she scientific engineering principles, be. HU chief duties are the leveling them stretching up tbelr beads the

would be tired by standing! to a companion would be worth more than an extra and repair of the highway and the removal same as cattle do when a storm Is
BANNER SALVEthe barrel of corn or a fraction (jf a bale of h 1 1P
Charles Jones in
in a IJroiidwuy car. \Vben of snow iniul. dust etc. He coining

most healing salvo In, the world. there U no vncnnt neat watch for two cotton to the acre, says tho..Sprlngfteld10 must ulso gratuitously assist! way fur- Poultry Keeper.In ,
:\ Ilcpubllcan. With and
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easy cheap ,
men who are In conversation and ers. In stand right lu front of then. transportation, every pound of market on .n-,'odnt of accidents or of bad Turkey: red hair counted a great \
able value would be gathered and sold
BO YEARS' Each one will want his friend to v.-cinii'r." und .no. ri-coiiipeimt. may b<- beauty and the Women dye tbelr hair '/
% anti not left to rot la }be fields. as is
EXPERIENCE think he Is very polite, hO both of them dried': for his labor. that tint.
too often the case now. Hcsldea this!,
will right and offer their -- -- -
Jump up
country life would be made, more at. A"
seuU. That's the way I do. and U never I A Itoninrkiiblo Record.
: tractive, and the value of real estate CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE.
j fulls.":New York Herald.An i would advance Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has n remarkable w -. 'Ii
record. It hall been In far tI : ''=' ''
UM ; -'_
The Clyde ships sailing from Jacksonville ";;:'- ,
Kffeetlve Way. still continue to go north full' of over thirty years, during which time
r many million bottles have been sold andused. MANUFACTURERS! OF T
"They say" said the young drama. Wanted passengers. It Is evident that this popular
TRADE MARKS It tau long been tho standard and
shall have to cut play line Is a great favorite with the travelIng -
List. that I my
DESIGNS We would like to auk the columns main reliance in the treatment of croup Doors Sash Blinds
l' COPYRIGHTS AC..ketch down, but I really dou't know whereto through public for onr home pnople' have been ,
In thousands of homes
of our paper. If there Is. any per yearly patronizing the Clyde Line and yet during
",01 nvnne..nding+ Iy ...v..n..i our opinion. I end tie.dcwmptlnn,. ether mar luiiv begin." son who has oiled l Green's Angnit Flowerfor Seem thoroughly satisfied\ with the ships, this. time rfo case has ever been reportedto Me aiding & Building Material
".P.iron. In, probnbl p..ntab'' (ommunlrnli .' "''hy not start at both ends. his the of > the manufacturers In which It failedto
irlell7coiiHdeiitliU.' HanUbookon P..... cure Indigestion, I v |>ep8l4f STjglce, stateroom accom modatlons etc.
."0' fr.... Ohlmic' aif"n.+)r for._"n. Mt..iib*. and Id friend asked "and work toward and Liver Troubles that has not been 'rh Clyde. are progressive people and effect a cure. When given ail soon as Cflice & Warerooms, King, opposite
ape Patents:Inn nntlce, taken, wnhout.haraI tfinMiirh: Munn...In,A.c;... r.cT' the middle?"-Chicago Itecordlerald. cured-and we also mean their results constantly ktudyiof( the convenience the child become hoarse or even as soon Cannon Street.Charleston

such as sour stomach fermentation of and comfort of their patrons. It Is. certainly .BUI the croupy cough appears. It will pre-
Scientific Jlm ri\an.1, food habitual eostlveness, nervous dye> a pleasure to sail from Jacksonville vent the attack. It lit p)! >usant to take S. C.

A hnndMomttly, IllnirtrmfVwl ..........y. TJIn.Mtlun ..... ctr. Opposite .... .-. pepsla, headache., despondent feelings, : on oud of their grand steamers and many children like It. It contains no

;.+.... hwr of muntba any rivntido.iL' 5u Vmrnftl.d b,ail: new.deeiere.Terms tl a "Cleave" Is the bent Instance of an sleeplessness fact any trouble connected our borne people In selecting/ their route' opium or other harmful substance and Sash Weights Cord and
with two opposite mean- with the stomach or liver? This for annual trips north could not travelIn 'may be /given as confidently to a baby as ,
MUNN Englishword
& CO.181Bre..New Ynri "let" and propusn"re medicine has been sold for many y..ars In greater comfort than by the Clyde to an adult For sale by all druggistsand
arb.. ., : "Nervous: Hardware
I Uoloe, eq. r StWa.bhnstuo,1 ngs. all civilized countries and we wish, to Line. The rates are always consideringthe medicine dealers.

other Instances. correspond with you and send you one of fact that they Include moats and

OLD LEAD FOR SALE In any quantity tile Cough our book. free of cost. If you never tried stateroom berths, much cheaper than by c8-$4 Window and Fancy GlassA
at the ADVOCATE omce.Foley's Stops August Flower try one bottle first. We niL A letter addressed to V. )(. Iron
and works off the Cold. have never known of lu falling.! If so, monger jr.,A..t Oen'l P&INnjtergent .

Laxative Ororoo-Qulnine Tableta care a something more serious Is the matter Jacksonville Fla., will bring you full Thl signature l. en every box of the g.aalns
Honey and Tar cold In one day. :No Care No Pay with you. Ask :your oldest drurglst.O. particular C'ha. H. Walton Is the 71- i Laxative .romo-Quinine T.bleta Foley's Honey and Tar

cures colds, prevents pneumonia. PrIce 2. ctll. O. GBEEX: Woodbury N. J. tusville agent. the remedy that cures a coil !. .a. .a7 torchildrensafeturr. No opiates.EAST .




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-I Wnr/ should -the American people RIVER STATE BANK

r .."....r.JOUBIfAL DBVOTBD TO TUB DBTBbO submit to such extortion in the INDIAN
price of their usual fuel as la now. r
imposed upon them by the refusalof Biliousness COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT.OKABLEI the anthracite coal trust to con Makes Authorized capital, $100,000

sent to arbitration of the differ- I 1' Chronic Invalids. Paid up capital. $25,000

: H. WALTOR, Editor Oc Publlnher.DiROontlnnanoe with its employees? Why
ences ,. Average deposits lOOooo I
, e I I'Wben the liver U torpid and foil to do Its work,
should not compel these '
of ailvts. must be made pernaJlyat corporations I /7 the bile enters the Mood a*a virulent pouon. Tom

thle office or by writing.! to take. their quarrels into I /1 eomcs ooutipaaon: bUiounxM, sick headache, fever ,Transacts a General Banking><
;L instead of out with
L f court, fighting ADd malari. The only treatment bat !give the liver Just '
1 Oheak,oto.,may be made payable to CBABLBSH. the high hand of superior author the ngbt touch and start Nature's work ID the rlgbt
WALTON,publisher. ity ? PremlerBartonofNewSouth Business
manner II'D ,k'
," Wales, who happens to be in this
II Address all ooinraanloatlons to country, tells how such troubles are AMON'S LIVER PILLS "9' $1r AM lh Largest and Oldest Bank on the River,

?1,1 ', EAST COAST ADVOCATE, adjusted in Australia and in New J. DTONIj( PELLETS Exchange bought and sold on all F"I1"" HU
f j,',' TITCTSVILLB FLORIDA. Zealand. "Arbitration is compulsory w m, Countries.Patronage .
f If' ,The i JIm touches UM liver and the pellets tone &be.
'--------- -- -- ------ --- --- when
he "and disputes '
.y.rem. I..1 appreciated. Prompt servile. 1"llte i, )
U. S. Department of Agriculture arise between employers and employed } q r x treatment,and every favor coimliitam ulih mil.,

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. both parties are required to 25 doses for:9 day coot 25 cents,and unless r r- s rvative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS ,
submit the issue to a board of arbi your oa.e la eiceedingly: bad, youwill rt \ i
9 Seaboard National hank of New Ynrk.
i ana
t 1 The following is a comparative. statement tration, which is under government I be well before you finish. them. National Hank of Jacksonville, Fla
Sample free For sale a*
of temperature and rainfall for the control.: A judge of the supreme all dealer r rjI7SVILLE FLA.
week ending Tuesday, Sept U, 1002.I ,. court is the head of the board and = / ,
N /
I -1902- -1001- ,. --- -- -- -
---- --
two assessors are named to act with ---- --
:3 84 70 8i: 71) him, one appointed by each side.A SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
4 m: 74 87 72 money deposit, sufficiently largeto THE
B 80 73 8H8fl r.t: make both the parties to the dispute -
6 87 73 73
7 87 75 80 74 unwilling to forfeit it, is required Sold by II. 1C. WILSON SON. TITCSV1LI.E. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

8. 87 75 80 78 to be paid Into the court be- --..- --- -- .----.-- -.--. .- -.---...- .--- ,

+ 0 80 78 80 77Total"ralnfalJ fore the arbitration begins. The JUST THINK OF IT. GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENTS *
for the week: .2!) deposit is a guarantee that both

Departure from normal rainfall for the sides will abide by the finding of Sanford, Fla., to Washington and return Coat of Road Construction to D. Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick...,.. .
i week: minus 1.80 Inched. Departure. the board. Since the enactment of $18.65.! Sanford, Fla to New Gretttly Itetluced. I. J
from normal rainfall since January 1, York and return, :18.(5.( Tickets to be Offices foot of Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone. ;(Q,
ITogan ,
this law strikes in New' As a result of laboratory experiments
I minus 13.24 Inchon.UAL. compulsory sold October 3, 4, u, and 6th. The Atlantic -
J t P. JlAHDiN, Observer. South Wales are unknown. The Count Line offers the above rates conducted by cittern( of the United J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager
board of arbitration has power not In connection with the National Encamp States government the department of rJ
to and settle strikes, ment of the Grand Army of the Kepub- agriculture! expects soon to be In a position -
The presence of Prealdent Roosevelt only prevent lie, at Washington, October, 6th-llth. to vastly Improve the methods
tl 1 at the World's Fair grounds: but also to give decisions that will Stop over of ten days In each directionon and greatly reduce the cost of road & Baker i
conditions of labor. A MeMurray
regulate Washington tickets. Look at the
construction the .
!a October lit, on the occasion of the throughout country.The
schedule: ,
l raise the
single judgment suffices to work that Is now being done by
{ allotment of sites for State build Leave Jacksonville\ 0:10 a. m., arrive
e wages or lower the hours in any the department is for the of
r' Ings promises to attract a vast Washington 7:54: the following morning. i Florida
C 4O1-13 East Street. Jacksonville
crowd of visitors from cities and trade, or to enforce healthy conditions Arrive New York 1:53: : p. m. This train developing the physical and chemical Bay
in workshops." Are we lagging carries sleepers and dining car. properties of the materials employedIn
towns of the Mississippi valley. Makers and Jobbers
behind the men of the anti- Another train leaves Jacksonville 7:30: roadmaklng.
Many governors and distinguished in civilization ? p. m., arriving Washington 11:40 p. m., The engineering features have already -
1' citizens from other States; will also podes arrive New York 7:13: : p. m., carrying been well established, and the Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

t j+ be present. through sleeping cal' depth at which the base rocks shouldbe ,
Remember that these rates will, be
OIL AS FUEL. nSaddlery
placed has been determined as well
obtainable for four and that the
days, Rubber Tires.
t Ii Construction of the Government service of the Atlantic Coast Line Is as the exact angle of the road In orderto ,

,i N building at the World's Fair will The high cost of coal, brought unexcelled.For: insure drainage and protection. The ,First-Class Repairing and Painting &c. &c.

1 begin in a few days, the supervising about by the Pennsylvania strike, full Information! ;"reservations\ etc., department experts will now endeavorto .
architect of the Treasury Depart directs attention to the progre'88that see agents, or write Frank O. Boyleton, pick out the rocks that are best -- -
commercial agent, Jacksonville, Fla. adapted for surface covering.
ment, James Knox Taylor, having is making in the substitutionof
From the Investigations thus far pur- Lumber & Cot
crude petroleum as fuel. Oil is East Coast Supply
visited St. Louis a few days ,ago to iriorl.<''''. loiirUltlnff Flimnea. sued with certain rocks used for mac
t tl'' ti advance the work of fast becoming practical for all buta adam roads Good Roads Magazine
1' n says
i f : The building will be 200x800 feet, very few of the uses in which coal A Tallahasse correspondent writes : It 1ms been found that by judicious
"This Is financial for Flor OFFICE EAU GALLIC FLA.
a great year IOEXEUAL : ,
HI carrying a great dome and. having has hitherto been considered indis ida. Oo June 1, /State:: Treasurer Whit-. selection of materials roads can
r Ii. a row of massive columns in front. pensable. It is successful in loco. field began business with over $523l: ><>' be put down to last from five to ten Yards at Titusville, Eau Gallie and Fort Pierce.
Jl. motives, meets all the conditions of in the /Mate:: treasury. On July 1 the times as bons as those built under
n stock of Lumber and Material of all kinds Sash and Doors
'I t'"t<< The vacuum brake has been of steam generation in stationery! boilers cash balance was still more than half. a the old systems without any additional Complete Building ;

n considerable benefit to trains not has lately carried a steamship million dollars, and on the first day of expense In construction. A pro- !:. Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office
August the cash balance In th@ State
gramme of work has been outlined to
in this but in across the Pacific, is available in .
only country, Englandand treasury wan over $1,100,000 The counties cover the next two years, and In that -- -
metallurgical uses, and if an also seem to be getting along handsomely
many other countries. John many time the department expects to fur
k Hardy, the inventor, is dead, but advantage should appear from so In a financial way, receiving large nish Information to prospective road- Dodges & O'HaraJ
amounts quarterly from the hire of State
his name still lives. lIe was born doing it can be very well used to convicts, causing many counties to ra builders In every part of the country.

at Gateshead, England, and was a the exclusion of coal as domestic duce their tax rates for the current year, The laboratory that has been established ...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
locksmith by trade. He worked in fuel. The change of appliances some even suggest they levy no county In connection with this work Is Rough
various factories in England under necessary in the substitution of oil tax at all thin year. very complete and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

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the well for coal is neither costly nor difti-
known George Stephenson -- .
i' Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles< (
*) ", and in 187d he brought out his In. cult. Such substitution has already Mills\ and otlice located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered!

Y vention. The late Mr. Hardy is taken place where oil is cheaper THE NEW 'YORK GROCERY COMPANY.WHOLESALE to any part of the State. Address: Hodges A 0'nara, Buffalo Bluff, Fit

i'' # said to have been the last of Mr. than coal, and its greater oonven ----- .-- -.... .--- --- .. .. .-- --..- -..-----.------.----.- 5
, ,e1 Stephenson's able assistants. fence and the economy of handling,
The Oldest Eatabllshed Grain and Seed House in the State
t together; with the absence of ash,
1F will gradually extend Its area of FRUIT PRODUCE & POULTRY MERCHANTS.We .
Toot L. Johnson, who was nominated P'OII>$A

r 11 1'' for governor of Ohio last week, consumption into districts where it buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Produce, -'Vro.: ..8... Sours: dz Cc.r i iGRAIN"
and who is being boomed by his will successfully meet the competition and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We give'our

/ friends as democratic presidential" of coal even with little if any close personal attention to the consignments, and any business entrusted to us will ;:
r ,,4f/ nominee in 1901, has spoiled his advantage in a lower first <;ost. have the benefit of our experience: and knowledge of the market. Returns are HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

r'' chances being nominated, by declaring From recent developments, it is made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, Potatoes,
in favor of the Kansas City reasonable to think that the oil Limes Lemons Flour Grits ,Meal and Fertilizers
Onions, Celery, Oianges, Pineapples, reaches, Plums, Grapes, ,
platform. Just as well nominate area is fully as large; as the coal
etc., a
sr1 .
Bryan He has failed twice, and area of the United States, great all etc.We solicit correspondence and will keep you in touch with the market. LOOIS, 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Igts.

i r the third attempt would be worse the latter is, and experience would for 1-urnm Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. K'y. and Plant System.
than the first. The 16 to 1 plank appear to warrant the conclusionthat The New York Grocery Co.,

may be a good one, but it will the fuel yield per acre of oil 100-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
weaken the democratic platform so lands will be vastly in excess of
iL; that the candidate adopting it will that to be expected of coal lands.In P. Huhlman c& Co.

fail to be elected if nominated. short, it is shown to be impracticable

1 I Ii to establish a monopoly of Seeds For Summer Crops. ..

i, LAST Sunday was the first anni- the fuel supply of this country. FLORIDA

versary of the death of President

h William McKinley, and the day was EVERY day maybe, and should be, Millets\ Sorghums, Soj.v Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte, Giant :PI EJ :PPI..ESI :
fittingly observed in all part of the a day good to the business man Beggarweed, clean.

United States. In churches who advertises. There are degreesin

f t throughout the land many memorial services the yield of the days as they CC1IT :SEAS: :: : A SPECIALTY.

ware held ; the life of the come and pass, but each one of Whlpp, Clays, Wonderful, Black, Unknown, Ladyt1n ers.
martyred President was dwelt upon them may be tnade'profltable. This Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 33o; per qt., Postpaid; $1.23 New York Agents for Florida Fancy Pineapple Association.

+r ; a in the Sunday schools of all denominations holds with peculiar force as to ad peck; $423: bushel.
and vertising. People have to buy Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers. 2tl( Washington St t NEW YORK.
special meet- every
\Murray: /Street:: J N. Y.
ings were held by numerous patriotic selling<< day in the year. There are L. CAMERON, The Seed Store,

t societies in all large cities. A seasons when they buy more thanat 125 East. Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I t ;* movement is on foot to make Sep other seasons, but buying is going ESTABLISHED 1870.

tember 14th memorable aa--!. A- _Mo..- on all of the time. The wise ,
Kinley Memorial Day, and is meet merchant seeks to get his full hare,

Mzy : ing with much success of the trade, whether it be little or /I M. Lane & Son
,H much. He should know and recall ,

We presume you are anxious to the old maxim "Out of sight, out t

I get more settlers in this town ? of mind." He must persist in advertising Iiiir 1 i 250: WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

i i Well, if you are, then let us by all all of the time if he would

4 1. t means keep our streets in order, secure the share which he properly Southern
I1Uki1HtlI! 0 Fruit and Produce
I ,I ? and shell more of them as quickly covets.

t? ? as we can get the money to do so. FOR CUTS,BURNS AND OPEN SORES

1. 1L1 Let our merchants show that they use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at JB. R.
, F take an interest in Titusville by Wilson Son's drug itore. : : : :

?. and avoiding other the trash throwing outside their of papers stores GET ONE OK WALTON'S RAPID FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .
Calking Tool If yon want to Calk
for the winds to scatter to all corners
Boat with lightning rapidity. It
of the town. Keep the vacant saves your time and money, and pays for Itself Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

1 A lots cleaned up, and add to the neat In a few weeks. J n use by prom-
' p ,,, ness of our town. Keep your house inent boat-builders in the U. S. Read I
r and fences painted and do not let testimonials from boat-bullilers. Price, OZISVIT: SRO S.
I" 4.00 and $8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE :23ER: : ,
t weeds grow in your garden or upon office, Titusville, Fla. I I I

the sidewalks in front of your .. : .Produce Commission Merchants.
kouse. Trim off your bushes or For Sale.

I 4' trees that over-lap the sidewalk to

t the discomfort of pedestrians, and An Ideal home on Indian River; about Florida Pines
f i let strangers wno happen to come seven acre of land; good house, painted Our Specialty.
fi i. t t', and In good repair: fruit trees, shade
.C. to town see that we have a neat, trees, tropical shrubs and flowers. A

thrifty and good class of citizens never falling spring of pure water. Price I UNITED Ii L:d: 335
living here, who are anxious to moderate, good reasons for selling\ For L Washington Street,

make it one of the garden spots further particulars, address, r -- NEW
I* W. C., YORK.
-, along the East Coast of Florida. Care ADVOCATE, Titusville, Fla. .
Reference: Our 33 York.a
ii ;years.record. Chatham :National Bank, Neer

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Melbourne. Eau Gallie. Merritt.

9JEKSL :::tI3 <>S /

f oequltOeaarevery plentiful.arks GOODK Jte UOlJlo-Rwtl Estate sad Loan. Two carloads of fish were shipped from Considerable building Is being done! on .
Agent for .iKtua, Eau Giillle on Monday last. Merritt Island
Bros have a force of men at London and Liverpool itnd
lobe l'rovt ;
|k putting on-au theire Insurance. Hi| .'olul. attention paid to the C. Alnesworth" has been receiving letters Charlie Cleveland Is building a new
building. Interests of non-reeidents. enqulrlnp: for cottages for the winter house In place of the one struck and par

of busily in season tially destroyed by Hghtllng last summer. f
force men are engaged
DR L. A. PEE PHYSICIAN and Produce Jobbers
[ring and grabbing D. avenue. This Ilenidance Melbourne- Enu tiakllv ANn SUUOKON., Tuesday Hiss Laura Houston will leave shortly, The jelly factories are running full
i be a big improvement the town. and Friday afternoons for a visit with fiends at Ma3poI't and blast now, making, it quite busy center, 1
Fernandina Fla. Merritt has three of
three-horse as tbem-'J'bomp-
Sims. Blakesley Is having a
'or Palmer engine installed in his fish Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, The Canaveral resumed the carryingof son's, Uuerney's and Lapham's. Comer flay and Julia Sta., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

it the Viola, at Lane's boat yard, thisIk. the pink paper of the East Const, will b. Uncle Sam's mall on the Bauana river The Rlvervlow hotel grounds are being

received at the Melbourne Postoffice. on Monday last. cleared and flowers planted ready for WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED, '

the fall It Is beautiful loca-
opening. a
1. C. Olson made a business trip to Japan persimmons aro now ripeningand
Len the first of the week. While in Allen Campbell, of Roseland, Is spend are In great vailety. This delicious tion and we predict a most successful PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

isen he purchased a cow of harry ing a few days In Melbourne. fruit Is much In demand. season. Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.
ham. Nathan Downey is doing some car- The lawns Rev. Stuart-Martin will soon bn able to '
tile residenceof
Into his little ";Sr W'e solicit consignment of Fruits atul! V ctablca.
left penter work at Hote( Carleton. move oosy parsonage:( on {
Ittle Sylvia and Agnes hitching (I. F. Paddlson are now in line order
for their home at Sebastian, though but recently renewed. the Episcopal grounds If :Messrs. Nesbit ._,_ t
idnesday, Pan McCarty, of Attkoua, was a pleas fe Humphreys continue ta hustle as they ------------ -- ---------- ---------- -

|the express: in charge of conductor ant visitor In Melbourne last week. The work of painting the Gilbert cottages are now doing, between drops of rain. Hardeeville.Mrs. :
1 Dr. S. G. Lewis is In hand aud will be pushed MALARIA ANDYELLOW
of Tituavllle hal spent. L. Walker Blair has had a 850:: foot I
| and Mrs Walter Kltohlng and the past week at the McBride house. through at once, by E. Spillcr. wharf built, and will build, this week, -

lolling lj1bter; ,will Josephine\ arrive In and Jacksonville Miss Susan to- We are pleased to report that Mrs. Thomas Sumter killed a large rattle- I an addition to his house, consisting of a J. T. Fenster Is visiting at her JACK

Weatherwax la much improved in health snake In Walden grove the pioporty'of sun parlor, bath room and trunk room father's.
f via Clyde line. Mr. S. E. Harbour, on Sunday last also salt water swimming pool at Iheen.lof
Miss Kate Frink Is with Mrs. Albert
have'aBid !Stephen:: Oeiger of West Palm the wharf. All additions, ..... IMS. 4
.riie East Coast Fish Company long of these (From N. Y. 11. "' .January "4. )
crew of men working for their Infests Beach, is spending sometime) in Mel Captain some sweet Ray, of Horse creek, broughtIn being enclosed with wire screening. Wilson. "The widow\ of Dr. I azeare, who, ta

now, and shipments of fish are bourne. somo of which potatoes weighed on.1II0ndayla six pounds.Mrs. t, Ping pong and billiard tables for rainy J. P. Sawtelle expects: to move to Miami the employ of the (Ooverument. went

Ing forward dailj. We learn that J. A. IToke has bought days make The Wigwam one of the the first of October. to Cubit, \\aa inoculated with Yellow:

manatees and tap I.. D. I.ockwood's large house and pretty; M. E. Campbell and Mr. Allan pleasnntest resorts for a limited number The trees In this vicinity are Fever through mosquito bites and din!",
'rod Miller reports orange
In grounds. Campbell of Melbourne, were calling along the East Coast. Fine hunting on flue since the showers applied to Congress for relief to-day. 1
looking frequent
i as being very plentiful Bessey upon friends In Eau Gallle, on Tuesday the Island, and fishing right from the The: above tells of the sad culmination 1 ",
ok. Anyone desiring to catch tarpon R. S. Nelson nnd W. P. Moore, of last. dock. Send a Postal curd to The Wigwam R. N. Simmons slipped and fell, las of a series of experiments by the
I I do well to come here. Jacksonville were guests of tIle McBride and boat will week breaking his right the which
Mr. Tylander of the.East Coast Lum. a private meet guests ; arm near Government, all of proved conclusively -
house this week. at the Cocoa station. wrist. It la doing well. I'll
ber and /Supply Company has been stationed that the familiar mosquito
NEW JERSEY EDITOli'S TEST The Hadley family expect to spend the at the company's oftlco at Fort J. P. Sawtelle has a grapefruit tree a dangerous vehicle: for carrying Malaria ,

IAL-11"1''. Lynch, Editor of the coming winter In Melbourne. We will Pierce, Fin, CURED HEMORRHAGES OF TIlE 10 feet In height and 35 feet In clrcum "Yellow Jack," and other malarial .

KlTipsburg, N. J., bally Post; writes : all be glad to see them. LUNGS:-" everal years since my lungs fel'\ded with fruit, that wall only fevwa.Tlioso, .
kinds of medicines C. B. GIfford of Tlbbals was in Eau
have used many The were HO badly alTected that I had 2 foot high two years and a half ago. i
coughs and colds In my family but Literary society will meet this, Gallle on .Saturday last ordering a bill many
'or anything good as }'oley'slloney Friday, evening at 7:30 o'clock at the of lumber from the East Coast Lumber hemorrhages writes A. M. Ake, of Several of our people attended quarterly .

I Tar. I cannot say too much In praise' home of Mrs. It. W. Goode. and Supply Company. eral Wood physicians Ind. "I without took treatment benefit.with say 1 I meeting at City Point, last Sunday; ,

;t." Sold by D. R. Wilson & Son. We are glad; to know that Rudolph Large numbers of drum fish are collected then started to take Foley's any Honey and and were please I to meet Dr. Rader, the
Presiding Elder who preached a fine
Lyman Improving and hope soon to at the mouth of the Eau Gallle Tar and my lungs are now as 101ndIIa ,
Eden. see him at his usual duties. river These fish have never )boon bullet. I recommend it in advanced' sermon.

Miss Sue Hopkins left for Cocoa, last noticed In such numbers the past stages of lung trouble." Sold by B. K. Tar to i ,

Saturday, where she will teach school The Kathleen has been towing the Wilson & :Son.HANCOCK'S:; Foley's Honey and peculiarlyadapted '

apt. Richards is some better again.Ir. this term. We wish her a pleasant sea different boats owned by the fishing for chronic throat troubles anti
SULPHUR will positively cure bronchitis,hoarseness \ who are exposed! to mosquitos
ROD. firms of Eau Gallie from the Banana LIQUID cures I
Barber under Dr. 1lc llnton'l and all bronchial diseases. Refuse sub- Influences should\ tike
other iiiuliirlnl
all blood and skin diseases. For sale by or
The demand for furnished houses and fishing grounds thereby saving time anda
' Bllful treatment, will 'soon be suite cottages In Melbourne Is great. There Is large quantity of fish. B. R. Wilson & /Son, Tltusvlll: Fla.RockledgeCocoa. stitutes. /Hold by B. I U. Wilson its !Son.: warning. Irou U the lighting; element' ;
||.1 again.e iu the blood and provides nature ulthvBultlclont
chance for live build
a good to
some man
what need- The steamer lines from Eau Gallle resistance to ward oil disease.
are bavlng-and just the planting we some. have nn Inexhaustible: supply of water MALABAR SCHOOL QUESTION But If the blood U. impure or Impoverished j
of rain slip goes
nty Capt. Sam Martin has just finished from the tank on the Eau Gallie river or If there is weakness, it

frrlly on. another handsome launch. This one The water U pumped by water power MALAUAU, FLA., Sept. 14, 10112) means that the fighting; qualities of th+ '
the young people's X. Y. Z. club was goes into the service of Uncle Sam: at from an artesian well. A. II. Smith, Is putting,him up a row blond have been lowered and co_
ertalned by Mrs. John Miller on Wed- Jupiter. boat. Editor fast Coast Adrocutt, : queutly there U! danger. It you woull
a School No..r I), Eau Gallle. will open
day night Mrs. Ida Hector has rented the large: for business on Monday. /September 21)th, Captain Fischer, of TitiiRvllln, was 1'leane permit me to answer "Patron" escape, keep the with blood pure and prop

hie ladies' S. I. club met at Mrs. C.tobtnson's West house, and it Is being freshly at 8:30 a. m. Miss Newell will be In calling; upon friends on Tuesday in In regard to Malabar school house and I erly nourished
on Wednesday, and spent painted and put In first class order for charge A full attendance of the Itookled u. vtlll be done on this subject What I
cry pleasant afternoon. the winter. children between 0 and 13 Is asked. sand and what every one else will IIIlY Dr. Harter'sIron
PostmasterVMsou. last Monday afternoon that have no "ax to grind" is, that Main-;
|Ir. and Mrs. Wey are off on a holiday Our town people are e'njoying' cream A runaway took place on Young; street killed 21-Inch:! ground rattler, on bar has. a llrst-class school house for
> this week. Mr. Wey went to Ultra every Saturday evening. It Is served by on Tuesday last, which might have ended the walk in front of his olllco at Rook- the size of the place. "Patron" goes onto Tonic

t Mrs..:Wey to Palm Beach. the Misses Mattie Brown, Alma Martin seriously Mr. Moore, representing ledge. explain: how it was built. Crept. to fIt
and Viola Horton for the benefit of the Swift Company, was thrown out and
f pleasant those men that built It; they certainly!
Charlie Whipple gave us a :Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Swlnson, who live
M. E. Parsonage. much scratched about the face and head nupnlles the blood with Iron In a
He from ; made a 'very neat job. Does not "Pill
rprlse on Tuesday. came up on thu Klukesleo place, in South Hock-
natural It Is
,,1m Beach to visit Mr. LeTourneau Mrs Chas. Campbell, Master Fral'er ledge rejoice In the arrival of. a bright ron" know that a good many of thecounty's aa way.the best blood recognized purifier everywhere and

I 1 his other Eden friends. Campbell and Miss Mona, are enjoying Fortune Favors a Texan. young daughter schools were built In same manner tonlo lu use, and It line been used tot
? "Patron" seems to live at the con
at Melbourne Beach. While
Irs. W. F. Richards and family re- from home. Mr. Campbell has been away "Having distressing pains In head, back Mr. George N Hatch, with Will Oalg- tor, as he says he would not complain of half a century
ned home after a two months stay. getting and stomach, and being: without appetite leton In charge,opened up his meat market the present situation of school house 1 If
the Inside of his house and store all fl F' Houston, Tex., A of. I. 1001.I .
ir Atlanta. Mrs. Richards speaks I began to use Dr. Kings New Life Pills' on Wednesday. This will accommodate there was a decent foot road. Of oours"Putron" "I have used Dr. Martel"*
fy highly of that part of the world as newly painted. writes W. 1'. Whitehead, of Keoned.Ue: many at Hock ledge and below. forgot the old or present Iron 'Tonlo myself. and la m'
Hummer resort. Tex., "uml soon felt like a new man.' shelled county road that passes the family for over twenty,five year., an*
USED FORPNEUMONIA J. C. Infallible in stomach and liver .troubles. Miss En.\ In/Ittou/ left on Tuesday, can hitnrtlly recommend/ 1 regard
Jeo. Saunders, :Jr., has been helping for St. visit her school house and runs parallel with valuable to ward oil aut-
of Augustine to sister a. particularly
Bishop, Agnew, Mich., says, "I have Only 25o; at Wilson & Son's drug store.
) uncle Mr. John Miller, string nets few before she railroad "Putron" fancy the lariat and other
used Foley's Honey and Tar in thre every a days, goes to home Mvers.J.. H. HATTB: ,'
i little children leaving with a nice
a few days. George is making ar- Sebastian to take her school duties
severe oases of pneumonia with good re up Land and Emigration Agt.,Frlsoo LID"
either to buy or build a for the winter.J. clenn dress, a half hour later It looks as
knch bgements to use in the fish business, suits In every case. Iptefuseeubstitutee. ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If If dragged through a river." Just fancy (....oa insrinlM that sb..*. Inllatalil. .U iiulit,I
Sold by B. K. Wilson .W /Son. you are, get; one of Walton's Patent M. Sanders has the rock on the a settlement with persons of a "modern

taking guava Jelly has been the order Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat ground for the foundation of his store mind" letting their roads grow up so bad A Fine IMnce For Bale
the day for the last month. All shades Fort Pierce. builders and owners of boats. Calks lie will move his present. building back with "tall weeds and grans" so the 1'1'0plo -

Stills excellent article are the result, boats more rapidly than any other from the river, giving; It n more desirable that live there have to "plod" 2IM' > feet on Indian Klvrr and running
Ira amber to a deep --. calking tool In the woild. Pilot #MIO '
a lovely and each frontage/: and location. through this every day, Instead of spend buck. SOiift to county road a lot adjoining -
foil we have no name for this solid at ADVOCATE olllcoTitusvillo ,
or-It, not Our school started Monday with over Fla. The Cocoa-Rockledge public school Ing a few hours work In cutting those IJIMft.: river front, running! buck
was transparent 100 pupils to begin with. opened Monday: last,. with Miss IlowsloOrlsard weeds down and you have a picture of 14UM ; on a bluff 20ft. above the river
he young men of Eden deserve great principal; Miss Sue Hopkins, something very "modern." To sum the which Is salt water, and three miles
,dlt. After working all day, they at Lots of rain lately, which has made Georgiana.DeVoe Intermediate and Mils /Stella Mime whole thing up "I'ttron"; finds fault with wide. at this place

{id night; school. Of course they all] mosquitoes quite lively. primary teachers, with a very fair en the road and the way the school lions House) of nix: rooms, has been kept

hnot graduate (some will necessarily Dr. Coon, of Jensen, was a pleasant rollment of pupils. was built. The facts remain the schoolhouse painted and. In good repair; 20ft. flora,
bp out) but they are sure to Increase visitor In town on Tuesday.Miss Hams and wife, of Courtenay, IH tulle up-to-data for the -settlement river bank, commanding u Ix-imtlCul viewof
i'ir knowledge and experience. 80 are visiting home folks here, this week. and: 'If the school board investigate i Indian. River; stairs load down t.<
Story repeats Itself. Success to the Madge Bell returned on Monday, DOCTORS COULD, NOT HELP TIER matters they will find that under pros the rivur,-end a dock built out Into the
fcky boy.FEET. from a few days visit at /St.: Lucie. Joe Rngero Is painting Mrs. Taylor's "I had klndey trouble for years." writes ent conditions of the school funds :Mala water to nocominoilnte small\ boats. A

i Mr. Floyd,- flf Orlando, accompanied cony little cottage, which will add muchto Mrs. Raymond Conner, of Shelton, Wash. bar's old school house 'will do well for nuverfiilllng well with pump near' kitchen

SWOLLEN TO IMMENSE by his charming daughter, were pleasant Its appearance "and the doctors could not help me. I several years, and at the same time, I It door, and n never-falling spring ol

.E-"I; had kidney trouble so bad," visitors town on Tuesday A. L. Bruner who Is building the Bond tried Foluj 's Kidney Cure, and the very will not bo the worse school house In the clear, cool, pure water a short distance
k e J. Ji Cox: of Valley View Ky. "that cottage, is getting along exceeding: first dose gave me relief and I am now county by any means. Is there note from house. Home lot and poultry yards
Eould not work, my feet were swollen Rev. Dr. Moore held services at the well, and It shows up well from the river. cured. I cannot say too much fur Foley' something hidden under this mania for fenced with poultry netting. One house { ..
[immense sizes size and I was confined Methodist church, last Sunday morningand Kidney Cure. Bold: by B.R. Wilson& Son a new school house Will "Patron" lethe for poultry and Belgian hates 1 ISx'JU: : feel..
I my bed and physicians were unable toVe evening, to large congregations. The appointment of C. D. Provost as public Into the secret If and a smaller fitncy" poultry house. ,.

me any relief My doctor finally pre- Mrs. Brazwell the milliner, arrived on school supervisor gives /general satisfac HANCOCK'S LIQUID 8ULPIIUIIcures TAXPAYEII.Foley's 71 orange; trees Jimt coming, Into bearIng i
ibed Foley's Kidney Cure which made Monday. She intends opening; up for tier lIe Is the right man In the light Prickly Heat In one application U. :2 grapefruit '.'eell"t" peach! trees, t- I

veil man of me." Sold by B. R. Wile business In the course of a few days. place.E. R. Wilson & Son's drug store. Kidney Cure makes the diseased scuppernong grape vines-alt boailng '

i & /Son. Vesey Hall and wife went up to kidneys sound so they will ellml. several, kumquats and guava,, bitches
Harry Jennings: and family, of Tibbals, Courtenny, Saturday, for a. visit with 1V. nate the poisons from the blood Hole shade tree and tropical trees and shrubs
also Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. / In Indianola.Anotlmr
Sauger: were
Sanders and near the house.
It. family They returnee by B. J&. Wilson & SOP.
St. Lucie. town on Tuesday shopping at our stores,
on Monday afternoon. A good county rond along! near riverbank

Mrs. Eddy Edge and baby accompanied ; front Tltimvllli.. the county neat,
; ,
byII'S.! Register returned on II. K. Hughes ..J.V.. Urn per and death among the dugs/: ; this -A- FEW Al'PMOATinVMnf! ITancock'. eleven inllus north, n> It''k.ljlu.a! beimtlfiil l
f I'lie Club House launch has been pulledt Tuesday night; from a few months visit daughter" Ml us Winnie, went up to City time It l I" "PatMr. John Reed' dog.A 1 Liquid I; Sulphur, will cure any case-of, winter resort, nine miles.outh, with
for a coat of paint. In North Carolina. Point Saturday: in the Olivet to attend: postmortem examination showed, Ground Itch, at B. R. Wilson A Son's Coo a, a tilue little buslne s town and

Vade II Is four quarterly meeting. They returned on without doubt, strychnine poisoning to Cltv Point hftwrpn. ltii Jones having acres
; Rev. R. II. Templeton, of Melbourne\ Monday.Our be the cause. mile west. romHIice\ anti school
land he to near.
cleared which expects
held services In the Methodist church, winter residents FLORIDA STATE FAIR. Five acres of lIue| fruit I nnd
unt In beans this beason. are returning The cattle men went out Monday to vary near
Monday evening but owing to the en- this ; F. W station (from wliioli. Ill Lie fur
early year Lyman and nelce, finish marking and branding; their cattle n was given: /
I\Ve are having showers every day. Ont clemency of the weather not many came Miss Mary Newel are expected on Thursday for this year. They will\ return Thursday .- The W. C. T. U. will have a day at the section/ houses) uon'itlnln a beautiful
Wednesday we had a perfect deluge, out.W. of this week also jolly Captain a tied lot of men, but exceedingly State F"lr.Plltnam. young pencil orchid IIf 100 lr us. mostly
tang about forty minutes. J. Bass has planted a row of pal Symmonds, who will go on to Eau Gallie. glad to have It over with. In bearing, bore u fin ump' (bin year,;.
[Capt. T. P. Chase and Lionel Chase metto trees In front of his property, Uncle and Auntie Is the las est county to make fruit (lOt... size and exceedingly itchllttvor
-nt last Sunday at Jensen with R. R. which adds greatly Its beauty. Now, Hughes! and their George Hweener Is putting a new appropriation fur iris exhibit, and has A little \horse near marina always .
|cou, the well known fish dealer. if our other property holders would do niece Miss Myrtle Ilnrcliflel, were call. engine In their launch; when all) the given t.tiN: ) for the purpose. rents for tl "r $I rO ptr month.
log on Dr. Wlttfeld, George Carter, Mr. )launches are In running order tills winter
likewise, It would help the looks of the Experts pronounce 'Ills 1, Hull piutlcularlr-
Mr. of Ankona Baldwin, Mrs. Luna Halnlln, Mrs. Dell there will be less. than six There will be a competitive drill withprIZU"
and Mrs. O. B. Babney, town generally. It Is hardly fair t3: no which, for adapted to grape culture. Price. by mi-
|ant< a day with Mr. and Mrs.' Chase, leave all for the town corporation to do. Munson Grandma Munson Mrs. Theda the size of the place l I. doing remarka. < between the companies of the dressing. "II' IX 10,"
Id. all enjoyed a launch ride to the The next thing we want is sidewalks.Let Hall\ and Mrs. Gregg, on Thursday.Mrs. bly well. State troupe, at the Klorlda! State Fair, Ifartleeutlly, Fla.
on Military tiny
i.vch.jl'he. each owner shell a sidewalk In frontof A. L. Bruner and daughter, Miss Another effort last (Saturday for a

Inlet and river are teeming with his property, and leave our taxes fur Beth, spent a pleasant day with Mrs. game of baseball with Courtenay, on the On School Children's: Day six gold A C'lienp Indian
|h. When the wind dies down the roar good streets.A Luna Halnlln and daughter,' Miss Elsie\ Indlanol.i: grounds, resulted In another medals will bo competed fur by Florida: Miter Ifornul
,11) h n.& the mi 1 O ."..not. They all called on Mrs. Page In the afternoon xjs and girls for excellence In dticlamiw. -
P vus w heard;;; : gQnite t a-number of barks Parson's Noble Act. also on :Mrs:Munson and :Mr Theda Better change the day boys, or wait till tlon, recitation and cum "' sition. The Thin. place FonvlrttM of !Itt1i! < acres j
on hand to devour the helpless little Hall and daughters; Misses Ada and the stormy season Is over county school suoiilnlODilents' will fur mile north of Fort 1'lvrre Four
|li, and there seems to be millions of "I want all the world to know," writes Entelle. nish details to pupils. It Is expected are cleared and fene.J, and there art
["mVe have never noticed so many Rev. C. J. Uudlong! of Ashaway R. I., Miss Lila Sanders, of Cocoa, was over that all public schools In the State will 25,000! ) bearing )pineapple\ plants on the
i''Rd birds, thousands of curlews are ex- what a thoroughly; good and reliable Rev. R. B. Templeton has been visiting visiting her cousins, the Misses Alice close on that day, that [lie pupils have ilace. There are 2.., acres ready to set"
dly flying westward, every night. medicine I found Electric Uicters. They among the people last week lie was and Ileatnce Sanders, last week, and asocial opportunity to visit the Fair winch will Irl orange/ trees and pineapple*. Tim
Invited to take tea with Mls Nina Baldwin gathering; was given In her honorat be remaining nine I I.
hat does It mean ? cured me of jaundice and liver troubles a great educational exposition. acre g.otl' pineapple
that had caused me great suffering for on the 9th, as that was her ninth the IIeasmtllttlehomeof Mr. Nisbet, and and a portion of It gmnl for trr.cs.
many years.. For a genuine, all-around birthday; and he took tea with Miss Beth on Thursday evening, with Mrs. J. M. It !...e a frontage on Indian River The
A Rare Chance. cure they excel anything I ever saw." Bruner on the 10th, which was her eighth Field as hostess, but unfortunately Miss Avoid serious results of kidney or blad it-si uiiilillnic, site U nun high t'Ist n-
', Electric Hitters are the surprise of all for birthday. He Is very popular with the Mia was called home that morning by der disorder by taking "'ole,'. Kidney Ion overlooking the river" the town.

: 10-100 acres, CiiO feet frontage onMinn I their wonderful work In liver, kidney and young ladies of that age. the .Illness of her sister Cure. Hold by B., IU Wilson A Hon. and the Indlal1! Klver InU-t There Is

and Banana rl ven. (OOO; to 7(1(KIrm (> stomach troubles. Don't fail to try them. ------- ---- -- -- -- no house on the premises'Kore ", ,

trees, about half coming intofiring Only :SO cents. Satisfaction Is )guaranteedby A Hoy's Wild Hide For Lite. Not I)oorne l For Life. Nap Mutan Invented Ctirl.tlan Mclxno. }'Ierol.llla dlvUlon point on the

oranges; tangerines, grape-; B. K. Wilson & Son. "I was treated for three years by good Ex-Chancellor; Sims, of Syracuse University & of Florida some East Importance Const Railway and a place
! mangoes; doctors
writes W. A.Oreer has caused sensation
MoConneisvllle a at the
bearing. avoradoes, 14,0.10) bearing; Dade Land Tor Sale. die and a son riding for life, 18 miles, to O., "for piles sod fistula Sydney -meeting by that (> future development.' liter.are .
County but camp declaring stores .
of all kind ..
Dr. :New ,,,rlll t'hurcbrs
> 30O( King's Discovery for
to 400 bear!ng guavas,beside get Consumption when all failed, Bock leD'. Arnica Halve Christian Science Is an Invention of the ,
'< coughs and colds W I Brown chnoll'oJ4totllc. telegraph> olllce! ,eM:.
tees, banann.peulmmons. a nursery "
cored me la two weeks burns to have This
the northeast of Leesvllle ml. ,place will iriuken tin.' home find
about 1.000 sour orange; trees ready For sale, cheap quarter endured death's ago-
braises, cut., corns, sores, eruptions salt nothing to do with It. Several Christian
Mild' of section 3 town- onles from asthma bat this capable of being made
a few of.southeast quarter wonderful
peach trees,3 acre yeget-
rheum, piles or no pay. 13! cents at 11. Scientists were among the audience and [ion.
1 *> land, 4-Inch artesian well, large ship 38, south of range 41 east; close to medicine gave Instant relief and soon R. Wilson A boa's drug store. thereaten legal proceedings. ,grape
art, drive well, soft water, 8-room O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on cored him. He writes: "1 now sleep ; rule tre"aanll 10/1,000/ pineapple plants
'fling,store building:, packing house St Lucie River; 40 acres. soundly every night." Like marvelouseures car i be plnoed on If. F'Inefishing, hunt-
., house warehouse, 2-ton Ice box, Also, the northeast quarter of north. of consumption, pneumonia, bronchitis Are You Going North V Clyde Stcumctlilp", Line.' lag and oysterlinr/ In the Immediate. lInlty. -
'"\'res of poultry yard. Fruit this east quarter of section 18, township 38, coughs colds and grip prove Its i Fort Pierre U. headquarters'
hiwill south of 41 east; on south fork of matchless merit for all tbroat and for hunting. fishing and sports -
bring ftOO: to WOO. Rent range lane 'lIt :you are, you can buy a fint-clase, Tickets and reservations via the
Clyde alii
T>ra River10 Apply to roubles. Guaranteed bottles ,. ITlce $IU0whlch l ft. "heap.
vegetable land will keep up grove. St. Lucie ; acres. silo and ound-trlp ticket over the Clyde or Mallory Steamship Line be secured 1 very
can of
WALTON '1. Trial bottles free Chns. t ur full ii"forma tlon /1.l lr _. _i
f. A. MCMILI.AV, (UAS. II. at B. R. Wilson ASon's line., cheap, by writing, or calling U. Walton, at the AUVOCATB office, Tltnsvllle. < --"
Eau Callle, Fla. TituavIIle, Fla. drug store. at tLe AUVOCAT office, Tltusville. < C. AlcCArrr,
Ankona, Brevard County, Fla.

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r\ oTtnougb only a rew' seconds baa "TH" EAST COAST OFts FLORIDA
Free and elapsed since the teeth ot ,the snake PARADISE REGAINBC." ..

Accented .....MwiliMasons. closed on me the Jaws were already i fAd. ... i.
beginning to work, trying to draw "" (8

down the throat my hand and arm. !yam "
There was only one chance for me. y FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.

i i Indian =SJM&mBSL No fi, Although; the pain was Intense I managed ys'

I 3 River IBBr' Titusvll.. toward<< slowly the to'open pull door the python's of tie glass heed o /yFe LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 190,;

> BP\ ease It was necessary! to do this Blow I
Lo.tKe.' Florida. .;v ;; 4 SOUTHBOUND-M DOWN. NORTHBOUND-
ly not alone because of the danger ot ; o AEA.0p.
Hold It* meeting the """OIltl and fourth FrlCiw -
r',1 N'' of each. month an tlio lace. Armory, TItuS dragging: the flesh from my hand but CIFI -==-
,; Vln9, at 7:30 o'clock p. m.. because the python would have reseated III. II No. t1) .... II MAIN LlN" .... 78 N.. It I "I
a J, II. Walker Woralilpful Muter I ..Dilly Dal r 1110111' Dell 10"1 ,.1)W.
a sudden tug. ..a.lflla ,
1. L. Carruthers Senior Warden -.1
if T. H. a.. IT J. M. Dixon Tr'aiiimr.F. Instinctively feeling her prey was ........ 0 00 p 016 a ........... Jaok.onvill... .............Ae CO I r0-I-I01"
A. Morgan, Secretary.H. escaping she would have replied to a i. tigccGr 0 II a ,Lv........ ....doulk Jacka.nvile..Ly. i 01" 9 4f i. ..
F.: Brown,Chaplain. quick wrench with a counter pull. a :::.::: I 15 U H. : .'............... Aa.usUne............... .. 00 p T.o a ;..
./. B. Bcrreven Hen lor Deacon. ....... 4q p 01 pi'j ................ Earn tags ................. 114 p 700 ..
o k..II:. Mima ,1r., Junior Deacon.n. With the yellow eyes fixed on mine ....... 0 p 1 1110 ...............J.P.I.: k................. ? P lDO 'f.?. .
f J a. Vanlnnilmirham. Senior Steward.V end hand tingling with the pain ....... i a. p a. '.... .............NeolfA................. .. 'is p' ..,
my p ..
M.1'aylurJunlorSteward. .1 01 II .. .....:...........III..coll.. .............. { P a !I' ..
i I P.':N. Rol/erts, Tyler. of six rows of bent teeth cutting like :::::::: y.D p S'D ...................Dupont........ ......... :": 311.. 10. a ::::
.. .............. a. .
I flnhhooks. Into the flesh. I continued 11 to p ................. .. 18! p 5 u.
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gently to draw the flat head<< toward : ............. :.
f ... 10 / ................Por.Oran. lot p 613 .
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the door. The snake looked fascinated. S ;..o... $ p .... .NeW'lm.rn.!! a ,11)i a.
Fig'iitWith I Zoo Keeper'sFierce 121 a ....... ". .::.::......n_.O.kHitl................. I g. P
She made no resistance! but followedthe 000. 11 p JI .. .................T1&u..I ................. .. tt 'P". lI
movement of my band as though ........ : :: Da ... ......; ....... "o8Oa.........t......... :": I 11 .: :. ..
........ ....:. ,01 p ..;........,.....Ro.kIs4g. .................. 14 p .: ..;.
r wondering what I was at. Inch by Inch 4 BOP ................ Jt.1I0aHI. ................ .. 1ft 40 p '.... .
aPython With bat I drew her on, scarcely, daring to ::::::::.:::::::.: ,8' p ..... ..._.......... Maiheerne............... :: 1938 p. ::::
V 1118 ............n..8.1>a.&I.a..........,....... U bS a .. .
breathe lest the jaws should start to :::::::: :::::::: 08 p p ................ St. La.te ..r............... :: u M a ..: .::
; I Big ,"grind" In wjilch case I might as wellha'e ........ ........ 1 10 .". .. ..............}!'.. Pi.ree ................ .. 11 Oil a...... ....
t Snake Tri-Wcckly Sailings ........ .. ..... p .: ...+...... Whtte Otte................ .. I 0 f' a ...... ...
..Ia ...t...............Ttbball................... 1'1 Bf a.Itp ... "
t. ,, severed my band and arm there :::::::: :::::::.: ". .................. &4.0... ................ :: IOf9a. ...: :::
Robert I and then for all the good they would : eo .. .................J.a.en..:................ 10 s. .... "
IIcss superintendent of the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. p : : .. ... ........ ..........,........ -
: hAve been to Three Inches from :::::::: ::::::: 00 p '; Stuart :: Is It a.... ::::::
fcnake department<< of the New York me. ........ ........ i 80 p :. ...... .......HcM80u..d.......,...,.... 9 N a.. .. ..
}HI' the open doorway-two inches-one ...... ..... 43 p .... .. Wea Jupiter............. IIU... ...... '..."
jtoologlcal gardens, bad a fierce fight Calling at Charleston, S. C.,both ways) ... ... ..:wut ....,... ;, .. "
Inch. ......:. .....:.. 18 P .. ... ... Palm. lI.aeh. .. !\II... .... ....
.... .. a.. ......... .... .:ilo.ntoD.. ................ 8 8Jo.. .. .
iwltli few ..
big In P
o a python: a days ago Still the baleful eyes looked into The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe ....:::: .::::... .89 p ". ...._.....:.J't.L..d.. dale..............." 1 HII 0. '.".'' ... ..
firhlch bo was the conqueror. Few men and held Steamships ........ ....... 0 It P ......_......Le lo&Clt1'....._........ ,0'" 0. .. I "
J the the band
mine jaws firm ....... ..... ....1030" Ar'.. .. .. ...... .... Mum1 ._.. ... .... ... .f." a46a..
can boast of vanquishing an eighteen ly. Half an Inch-slowly I drew the
foot python single handed. Here la'Mr. bend through the doorway; cautiouslyI Clyde New England and Southern Lines.. BUFFET PAJtLOR CARL ON TRAINS' 86 AND 7S.

1 a IIcss' story' In his own words: urged It on, groping\ meanwhile for Direct Service Between BRANCH LINES BCIIEDULE3.No. .

I attended to the wants of this great the glass: door with my other hand my Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
j python for too long that familiarity eyes fixed on the unblinking- yellow 0.63 ,
61 Ne:66 No.48 Ne.41 PABJkANO1L LAT 1 M. 46 No. 11 Ne.60 No.6YaI
r r made me careless.A orbs of the python. (Calling at;Charleston, S. c., both ways) Drlq. Dally. ally, I Dally. I Dahy. I Dally, I Dilly, Dilly. I Dally. I pat

.+ I '. method live fowling In the her python's la to meal.wave The the jninh At last of the I door.hud hr The neck next! against liiHtiint the the! Southbound.......................6EMI.!:....-.WEEKLY... .. .. ...SAILINGS... ...:......from tewlg Wharf, Olttoe 7 60 De6_! V. / RO 9 h0 06 P I I 4S a ArltpPelatt.L.I 100 066. I I t0a p 16 1)1 p I pNe

Northbound.. .......................... .. .. .......t..from .foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
tl duel before the snake's fare1 until she henry partition tine pUmintHl: viciously 61 Nai&e 9AN MATEO BIYANOU. No. 46 Nt 1
launches her ninny toothed lirtid In the on the Hiiako'H neck, pinning her t ttyrlit. Dilly. : vary. pay

(direction of the bird.) TUli' 1 III the only with her' body In and her bend outside Clyde St. Johns River Line. p 6 lU a v. ..,. .................. sae a ask.,.......... ..... .... ... r 6 t i
the I the kP_6.80 6 Ar...... ,.,.. ........ ... San Mate.. ...... .... ...... ..... .Lv 600E t1)
T Way( to get a python to feed. They dartQt case prpsnou"on. door with \ (Denary Line.) No. .
their 1 have fed the Ite nil my force f e. 19 No.16
prey. arm Ns. le '
( hundreds of times In thin way and The python IItowI)' opened ber.Jaws land- lOnhy on ly el o Dally. 6u dr pay
at 1'ala.tka, Aitor, St. Francis Berenforil (DeLand), Blue Springs and intermediate
I never thought there was any danger ae'the trim In..which I bud her cot in Stopping -Inirft- on-- fchtt-:-,-. At.Johu'M.Kivur. 00 p 10 06 a O p 6.u a v......, ., ack nvl a ...,,,.,,.., 7 44 o f
109 p l0 15 a 100 p 6 42 a .....So. Jackaonvlll..Lv 7 ST a 111 tl P pj
In It Its work: I drew out my bleeding hand. STEAMER "LOUISE." Capt. C. U. BI OCl{. p / /0 V io 40 a p 5 14 a ? Pablo Buob..,....., .. 7 06 a it to a t 1)l
On the day when the reptile got Die Then I opened tho door and allowedLndy IS APPOINTED) SAIL Al FOLLOWS! t 40 p 10 60 a 139 p 9 19 l+ ...,. A.ttantle Beach.......:.. 7 o0 a 11 41 a sal
...... ....... ,,., ,,, .
I was waving tho duck from side to to draw lu her bond. After Leave Foot Catherine Btreat,Jncksonvllle ..... ....... ,.....T..II. "Y'and Sntunlnyn\ at &:00 p. na I co o6 a 710 e0 s Ar Mayport Lv S 46 a 12 50ao.
elde' as usual.! I happened to glance that my cue was to get l to the hospital Leave 8anf.orcl,. ..'.. .... ........... ..... .. .. .. ... ...Mondays. ftiul Tlmrsduyn at BIJOU) ", ..t.. o. 12 No.1y g,

;. ,' : : away for u fraction of a second, and ad quickly as )loIIHII)>II.. The doctors tell Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay Jacksonville. Bx1 Sun. SANJ'OBD_ B13.ANCH.DIly ann. DE Run.Eia = ORANGE CITY BRANCH, 14

i.JI, r I ; at that sumo Instant the python with me n i n[in tat Ion'! will not hi nece'ssnrjunlcRR ., ..... ..... .. ... .
.Tltuevtl .Ar ,, ,,
v e. p p v. ew j
I jI blood iiol.Mnnlng nets In. I should A.O. HAOKRTV, Eait'n l 8tat Vwa..8t.Agt., New. York I.11' M. IRONMOKttUR 2114 West:Hay Jtt.8t., Aest.Oen.,Jacksonville I'aM., Fla.Agt. VISaLv............. ...... ..,.... 1'itp .......... .. ...,,,. .
be happy that I came out of the nt, P.LOVKLL, Aost.' less ...,,...... ......,.,,,.. .....,... ..,..... ,
struggle TfIO3. D.HALEY Local Freight Aic Ie.
I I'I" ,; ......... ........ ,
85.a En
; d"lC..n8t.. Kla. I Foot .,., .fackoonvllle.FI. Lv. rrp.Ise Lv 1181. 4 46 p Ar..Orang. O1ty Juno6 ....L,I qi
foot Jucknoiiville Hogan
.! iiit Wf'1I111t I did. JOHN. 1. HOWARD, Superintendent, Foot Hogan Bt.,JacksonvlUeiwral .. Fla. 050. ..... .., ,.. ,. .....,... s1 ,
;. Lady will never hnvt1 another TIIKO. G. EOJCR Mataager. VJM. f OLYHK nil., leneral Agent The.e Time Tables show t'e timev at which trale. may b up.oto arriv.and .
IMP chit\I'C'! to IlhlhllC. IK State Bt., Opposite Battery lark New York. from the u-veal .talon. but their arrival or d.partars a0 the times stated le notpuera.aal

'I'' .. I my yen always. on her during! feeding, e. II. 1VALTOX. Agent, TltiMvllle) Fla.SE..A.B froa nordne.theCompanyholdit.eltr..ponalbt.for..ydelay: or any oou.eau.noe arlengeg
tune; after this oxpS'rlerir.
MI Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miami.

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Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All AIR LINE RAILWAY. SOUTHBOUND NOBTHBOUND.

*I i. Jl druggists refund the money If It falls r..". Miami Mon. \\ 00 p L.... Havana Tbnrs......... ............Id Hi'
to cure E. \V. Grove's signature Is on ,ir. Key We.t.Tu.... Thurs.. .............t.lj II p I Ar. Key. We.t Tha....................., ..1' I
each box. 2.:>cts.DiickM. L" .. .. .... ..>... 7109:! LT. Key West,TUM. Thori' .... ........ T II,
I / .Capital City Route. Ar. BkTana.. FrIll, ... ...... ..... ...... ,... DMa Ar. M.aml, W..,.. Pri,........ .....,..,.... UI''
l k For of Loo'iTlme' .
liy Ilif.tere.. The Shortest. Route. copy add..aT Ac-eat. i'
The illustration shown: '" u scene on the The Best Line. T. D. RAHZrER,. Asst. Oen.. Paaa. Agent. ST. ATJOTJSTIITB, fU!

I t duel fiirtii. of W it. Curtis & Co.. Run ______ ______ ___ __
I l lIt Only line with Double Daily Service Including Sundays to n


FVI hmond lashington
The Florida and, Metropolitan Limited, a solid vostlbulod tJ'aln. St. Augustine and Baltimore
Jacksonville to New York conslstingof l Dining, Compartment, Composite, Philadelphia Boston Atlanta
Observation and Drawing Room :Sleeping:! Car AshevUle Chattanooga L'ouisviUe
II II'y1
f Only line op iatlng dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville New Orleans Cincinnati !it. Louis Kansas CityPittsbur
.i For sleeper reservations and further Information write Detroit ClevelandCKicago

f 11, \ff/ A. O. MAcDONKLT; Am>t. Oen. 1'asn. A ;t. Jacksonville Florida.J. etc.
I. V. I'. A G. M., Gen. Pivss. Agt. ,


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? ..v&l and ST. LOUIS ItY. THe SotitHern's Palm Limited
I Dixie Flyer Route The Washington Richmond and
her huge jaws distended to their full.
',>Kt extent swung her head with lightning &l Florida Limited
> During September and October, tOO:!.
rapidity at the duck. Tho first Intimation The New York and Florida 'ZxpresTo
n ,( I bad of the serpent's action For doHcflptlve matter, rates schedule, etc., write to, or call on
was the feeling in hand and wrtat THE EAST.
t my Florida
E. J. WALKER, Passenger Agent,
1 ,v of a hundred lI dh'lIke poliits piercing
mo cruelly: Not only hud the !great oinvllle runs, N.and Y cold The brooder nursery house IncludIng la 212 Wnst B.iy-Strocf, Jacksonville Fla. The Chicago and Florida Special ,

jaws hand too.closed on the duck but on my shown at a time when the young C. E. HARJIAN: Gen. Pass. Agt. II, F. SMITH: Traffic Manager. The Florida LimitedTO

ducks are being fed out of doors. Atlanta Ga. NaMivllle Tenn.Atlantic .
1 felt the strength of the
----- ---- ---- --- -- - - --
Irresistibly toward -- ----- -- -- ---
reptile drawing me ---- -- -

,r the open doorway of the jrluss ease In '

which, sho lives. To withdraw my SOfT CORELike Coast Line Pullman Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville: to Cincinnati rla

1 t 11 I S hand from the. unuko'B mouth wee anImponalblllty. R'y. Asheville Through, through trains"The via The Land Southern of the Sky.Railway" are operated in

} A has six of four
pj'thon rows tooth
with the
Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway

1 Id on Id the ouch upper row jaw there and are two twenty on the lower.teeth. the running' brook, the The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: trains.Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

Y My hand was held In the grip of a red blood that flows throughthe To the East Via all rail The Atlantic Coast Line run over Its own rails to
t 4 5 pair of viselike jaws armed with 120 veins has to come from Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington ; thence via Ask for Tickets via Southern Railway.: rrttpondenoe Solltlte'

: Inch long teeth us 8hari>. ne necillos. Pennsylvania Railway.
i Nor win tllill all. The pytlion'i teeth somewhere.The via
# i To the West The LAN: Montgomery.
/ r di are bent inward BO that to pull my springs of red blood are The M. Jr O. Railway via Montgomery.: H. P. CAREY Fla. Art. (03 W. BaY' St., JcUoovCIt, FU.

hand from tho Bimke's mouth would bed' found in the soft core of the To the East t via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, H. HARDWICK. V. H. TAYLOE,
HUe drawing It over a mAilS of bent Philadelphia and Boston, via Savannah and Merchants A !lIne .
} Ill'.U('... I might hare got the handout bones called the marrow and Transportation Company for Baltimore.To Genua Pweeoger Agent, Aa't G.o'l Paw Atn4Wa.hlattss

M t by main force but there would some say red blood also comes Key Wont and Havana, via Port Tampa! and Peninsular fc Occidental Steamships D. C. Atlaata Gt3.aeaq .
k leave. been little left but tli rt>onca. It from the bone
S spleen. Healthy 15. 1902.
Was no use culling for help I wns SSTJ3VE3VHE3X1. TOURISTS: 'IGIiZTS I... .....,j
ti alone in the Bimlvohousi1, caught by tile narrow healthy spleen
will be on sale throughout: the Northern Eastern,,Western and Southern States to
biggest reptile In the room. ire full of fat. all SUMMER RESORTS:' Via the Atlantic Coast J.lne, during the season of tWo!,
I i There waa just one thing In my faA Scott's Emulsion makes new limited to return until Nov. 31st, with liberal atop-over prlvlledies.Addresnen mE MAcmi E

1s or. 'rho python bad nothing to which blood by feeding the bone of parties In the north sent to the undersigned; will be liberally supplied WALTON RAPID CALKING i
abe could attach herself so as to make
t \ with all information and hamlaoine advertising; matter.:
the most of her streiiKth. These euakeeA and the with
marrow spleen For information as to rates sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to Patented in the United States, treat Britain and Canada
A t. kill animals by fastening their teeth
the richest of all fats; the pure FRANK C. BOYLSTON, J. A. TAYLOR

j' fft the lu some foot outlying and then part of colling the body quickly any cod liver oil. Commercial JACKSONVILLE Agent. FLA. Trav. Pass. Agents T PRICE $"::00 and S.OO EACH. Should be used;; by every Boat Builder >i ">r C

around the tho bones For school and In Use by of States.
victim crushing pale girls 111.. EMERSON, II: HI. EMERSON', W. J. CRAIG soma the Principal Boat Builders In the United
J with their powerful fold invalids and for all whose Traffic Manager. Asat. Traffic Mgr Oen'l. Pass. Agent: For Sale byTITUSVILLE .
I I tad Lady been able to wind part of
I t blood is thin and pale Scott's WH.MiNGTON, X. C. Jas. Pritchard & Son
her length around some stationary/ object '
i FI.I JRIl'
aha could probably have hauled Emulsion is a pleasant and rich -- - .

a me Into the cage and crushed uie to -WHITE'S SEE THE TEHTIMOXIAI BUILDERS
I death. blood food. It not only feeds CREAMVERMIFUGE FROM PROMINENT BOAT ;_

I hud forgotten my knife that morn- the blood-making organs but \VOR.IVIS! -' -

4 I t i.. Ing. I If I had had It with me, I should gives them strength to do Martin THE ADVOCATE f-OFFICE
11 f huto cut Lady's head oft: and ended ,, ., -........ -
/ r' tho struggle lit the cent of a valuable their proper work. For 20 Years Has Led aU Vlor n RCmCtilC:. YAOTa AU kinds of

LA python but to my horror I found no Send f'r fee.ittnpt, 3Y .A.Xoe :D .'UC3PCir3:' Commerclal'WUtlonery printed at the above-office. !>U

( )I' knife there when I felt In my pocket Li7i4 Pent COTT' M-irt k I.OWKU'! NcwYork. we-.a Dy.--r0. .al ,14 .3 F. OAI.LARD, St. Louis. LETTERHEADS, XOTEIIEADS. ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS:: SnIP

t with uiy disengaged: band Meauwb.Hi, 3... a.. ; .v o'.l: ..:..agxista e.., ... .. ,.,r.vv. +nrvvrrvvvS TAGS, CARDS, etc., etc.,,printed cheaply and eipedltlouslyI

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TITUSVILLE. WINDOW BOXES.A SQUAB RAISING. The. Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block. ,

] IANRI- O neroa. and Constant !Supply ot Am la4a.'." In WHIch There !. Per 1
ANRIVER.IHZOTIEIL,, Water I. the Secret of Socc..... Ibllitr 01 Good nat..... i i i ii i .1.. i iPATENTED
ON-THE-IND! For many" persons especially those .A*) ,an Industry squab raising requires -
i who are dwellers In the city tho win less capital and less work In
x TITUSVILLE dow !box must be tho substitute for a proportion to the returns than any other .

.2.. FLORIDA. garden. Every season' we see them business of similar character, lays This SEJ.1<'.T.OCRIXG TACKLE m.ocwhl'h: Inn Just' been
but after little the Washington Post In the first
of It
at the beginning a
patented civilized countries
) all the throughout the (world, will
most of them disnppour. The en use of place experience has taught that the
hoist and lower like block and tackle and WILL STOP AND
any ,
} failure, as explained by a writer III common: pigeons of the streets and alleys .
+ '" kt Country Gentleman Is, nlncty-nln are not only the healthiest and LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed Soft Hope, Wire
J. G. BAST, Proprietor. times out of n hundred, simply the lack best brooders, but that they also produce Rope or Chain can be used. Nothing to Ret out of order,any personcan

of moisture at the roots of the plants. the best squabs, young birds that use" it. NO CLEAT NEEDED. The same! device 1 i" used In

QI A The owner of a box gets Into the are easily fattened and that are strong Cheek and )Deck Blocks. Will hoist, lower andjlock! at will, from p

DUCK\: SUOOTING. habit of applying a little water now nnd hardy. The high priced and fancy below or at any height/ ;, upside' down or at any angle, an ounce or 2.1:
and then. If the surface of the sol breeds of pigeons, such as pouters tons, according to the sUe and shape' of the tackle block. Only one
that there tumblers fantails, duchesses Ant-
looks wet she
rope, chain or wire rope is used at n time. The same pulley (does, for
,t and FISHING. must be sufficient ruolsturo below, and wcrpa, dragoons, runts,. silver dunS, ;
ei 'IIiPUu m Ini 111ii 1 g1A11 a.. i li B I i d no more water Is applied lly and by; etc., do not compare with the scrub each There Is no ratchet' teeth. to cut the rope, or .*trigger' nttachinetit ,
Kates: $2 50 per day. the plants begin' to full. Their leave pigeon for the purposes of squab production to this ilevice.(
turn yellow and drop off. and -after a no that at the outset tbe person The! Self-Lock? Tnckle; Illoek is", necessary: for YachM and( Vessels
..ftlrlnal/ in+ i I 11 1lM u fI 14h p 6 time they die. Tho window box garden contemplating entering the bust- of all kind, Bridge and House[ liulMlnj, Aerial Trolleys, nail-

110 and $12 per week la pronounced a failure, as It is, Mess Is relieved of the necessity of roads" Quarries, Lumbermen, AVare"houes, Masons' Foundries, Marine Service, 1

but the cause of failure Is not understood spending a large sum of money for Mine, Machine Shops! itt'ambolltlltnge:\ Scenery, Painter, Circuses' Breweries h

and its owner never thinks of fancy birds. Wells" Stables, Harness' Hoonis, Butcher, Tanneries, Slaughter/ II"'fihVs,
JACKSONVILLE.pYAL blunting herself for it. If she were to As for a place in which to breed pi-
Factories of all kinds; for use in hoisting allies i ,and for t'nrnm' nnd plantations, aFire
dig down luto the soil, she would find geons, on extensive structure is not a
Escapes, Fire Departments, UI //o\"l'rli.\ can also be usedIn, the Protection l I
desirable the
It as dry as dust an inch or two below necessity, nor is It even '
the surface, and a little thinking wouldbe only requisites being that the structure (i>f Fruit Trees ami gathering of Fruit and Vegetables, stretching wire nnd I

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sufficient' to convince her that It should be warm in winter and not ropes of all kInds" lloUtlnff 1 Flags/ : l>umb Waiters, Elevators', :Sail: Routs of all +

mast have been in that condition all too hot in summer, free from dampness kinds: Awnings", 'Ik'nts, Blinds, cycles((( Electric<: Light purposes'', Snsh Lights, I i

along, for she would readily see that and If possible, with a southern expo in Meat Markets and ;t.Ofl'"ot all kinds, Hunting Camps) and Private Houses, '

the quantity of water she had given sure; also' that it trhould be free from from the kitchen to the bed room. In fart, it can be used with great utility G
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. and wholly Inadequate to supply the ruts and mlce( For this nothing
Thoroughly repaired re was purpose wherever a tackle block la needed It saves time, money and labor, as no lying .
amount of soil In the box with mol Is better than an empty garret well
novated. Newly furnished or fastening of the ropor chain to cleat, or anything cine 1 Is needed. e i
throughout. Liberally conducted ; .. ture. provided with light and the floor covered
The early growth of the plants would with snivel or cinders. All cracks All klndstandjall sizes can be uqed either ashore or aboard/ ship, :and: will

Rates $2.50 per day and up. be accounted for by the fact that while should be made tight In order to prevent not cost much more than the ordinary pulley blocks. WALTON'S PATENT

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. small the few roots they had were drafts In winter time. This last SELF-LOOKING TACKLK: BLOCK: similar in shape, weight and .size to the i

N '1 1q near the surface, where they receive condition Is much
the benefit of the small quantity of squabs are to be raised In the winter sizes to suit all purposes.' Tljere) is absolutely! nothing to get out of order. It ''m

4 STMORELAND.HOTEL\" West water given. But as soon as their root season, which is the time when they has no springs, wedge/\ teeth or trigger rope; nnd soft rope, chain !And wire
JACKSONVILLE attempted to push down Into the sol are dearest and consequently bring tho
FLA. rope can be used the same block.
they come In contact with -dust. In best prices.
Iq' .\ sample of thejpulley block stay be,) seen at the EAST COAsT ADVOCATE }
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open. which of course, It was Impossible The most interesting and Important
them to flourish, and then unheulthl part of the business l Is at the time the olllce, '1'1 tll 1'1' V II It., Fla.
, ed this season. Fine cooking/ and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water' ness !began, resulting before long in young are hatched out. Unlike chickens J. 0, WALTON,

h Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All death. Then she would begin to leo and turkeys the feeding of the Inventor jf the above ; also! Patent Calking Tool for :Bouts, Etc.Olllees .
that a large quantity of water Is need young pigeons is attended to by the s New York, Boston and Tltusville, Flu.Qtllclal .

street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $ /0 per day. ed dally to keep the soil moist enoughfor parent birds thus saving tho person\ -- __ __ __- .. ._n ._ '. __ ____
., plants to grow In it. engaged In squab raising great deal
'I Mrs. A. J. WALKER; Proprietor ---- ----
I To succeed with window boxes water of trouble which in chicken raising
Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association
must be used liberally.! It should be must be attended to. It seems that the
made a rule to apply at least a pallf u pigeon has never reached that stage of I
Corner Main and dams Sts.JACKSONVILLE .
JW VICTORIA HOTEL every day. 'Little and frequent applications thorough domestication where the The Chicago Net and Twino

FLA. should never be tolerated. iUseso young birds have to !bo fed( artificially!
Manufacturers of-
much that some escapes at the ,but,. llko the \\lld birds of the forest,
Everything now. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and ; N ,
h per cracks and crevices at corners and bot the pigeon Is one of the tow domestic'

day. European plan; rooms,,50 cents to $1(10 each person. tom. If this is done, ;you may be sure fowls that attend tu. the feeding! of F a ;

R. BIXLER, Proprietor. that nil the soil! In the box: gets all the their young with whut /pquub) raisers
water it nl'ellsnd you may !be equally I- call "soft food," or "pigeons milk" tin- 0
sure that plants will grow in It I tll they lire old 1 enough to shift for ; r N
SIAI3ItEEZL. nearly 8S well ns lu the open ground if thomwelVes.' Thus the troublesome part '; ,", C '

;"f you keep the soil in this condition. Water :, of the work of ,chicken. raising is absent .
plenty of it,. la the secret of suc til pl,.('(culture..
;e Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE.t cess. The young bird' begin: to cat grain y 1

In about II week after' they are batched, ,
t UNDER THE S<;>MANAGEMENT:: OF Col. C. C. POST. LOW GROWING PLANTS. and then It Is' Unit the squab raiser! I (t.: FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Del crlptloo. a 'I ,
should see to It Unit I they aro kept Dealers'ln Seine Twine, Maltro Cord, Rope, Etc. rn
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort Varloni !Specie of Creeping. Habit stuffed with train and never hungry. Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen

In Florida, will be under the management: of Col. C. C. Post during the For Hook Garden. The parent birds cannot be dependedon 7I>-SI.SJ: E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111.

1 summer season of 1002. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, Rock gardens and properly constructs to look after the welfare of their ...Mention The ADVOCATE la your letter... ,

will play daily, afternoon and evening. ed rockeries are capable of affording progeny after t the "soft! food" period Ispaused. We are Members-- of the-Illinois Fisherman's. Asseolation T '
their _.._
great deal of pleasure owners
curious habit of --- --
have --- ---
u --
Quests can feel assured t>f a satisfactory table, and every attention to their 1 They
comfort. and the Interested gardeners, saysMedian's sutling: one and starving the other _.. .. .. .. .. .
to 2.410 -
Dates, f2 $ per day; $10 to $12:! per week. Write for special Monthly. Low growing and -- -- - -- -
lighting the starved bird off and feedIng -
rates for families for the season. Address C. C. POST Seabreeze Fla. best
creeping plants are naturally .
; Its share to tlir favorite. IF YOU WANT A. t
adapted for such purposes! !, and various .. I ,t
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species of lychnis veronica saxlfrago Mr. I). P. Dougherty well known
Sea Side I SEABREEZE urn bis, njiigu, cerustlutn llicrls throughout; Meroer and Sumner: counties, '
ie I \V"V"., must likely ower. his ifs to the .Building Lot ,
kindness of a neighbor lIe was almost .. ,
lopelessly allllctcd with diarihooa wait .
Opposite Keating's New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern attended by two physicians who; gave '

hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach iu Florida is now open for him little, If any, relief when it neighbor&: or a lot with a HUir.DINa HEADY, FOR; OCCUPANCY, '

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy ro6ms. Exchange and Dining earning of!his serious condition, brought LAND FOR AN OHANOE (OHOVE;
Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service Terms $7 to $10 per hIm a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, I
Cholera: and Diarrhoea Remedy, which < PLANTATION or.'l'nt'ClO.RDE:
cured him lut lOlls than twenty-fours hours. .

bter House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, Florida. dealers.For sale by' all druggists and medicine We probably have for sale just what you aro Koeklnjf. .

- -- -- Settlers are Hocking In but still timers is room. If you are)
WEST PALM IinACII.1 1M b t.r.nta4 I hr u"... t
('rI1t1",;: .m an Important matter lu looking this way, drop a line to ,

rose II I'I\\! '1 II/:. Climbing and pillar JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rll Vice-1'retieIent.
ruse. iircil niil.vtliH. weak branches and '
he Leamington WEST FLORIDABEACH: the tips HliiirtfMitMl.. in. Other hardy BLOIUDA EAST COAST K'Y, Ij

kinds will iiHimlly need cutting buck ST. AUOTJSTiyR. FLA. ,.'

Jbout or one-third accord- .. ._ .. .. ,i io
W. C. ERNST, Manager. -- --- -- ------ I
Ins to the v|g"r of the. brunches either

; On Lake Worth opposite Postofflcean l business houses. Large verandas. lu the spring or full. A slight/ cutting : 3AS.: BZ VM l O O ,
!back also. after their June flowering J;
Strictly first-class. Summer_ Rates,.$2 per day. Special by the week. the wise of the remontants will m- MT ate w. Hay St., JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA. ::

otintue more llowcrn.. Severe pruning ,
p --
IlfIw'v..rvlll only Induce the growth ,
TUB WOKS PINK PHLOX BCBUI.ATA. of vigorous leafy shoots without flow i

brilliancy nor has more transient admirers 'rs. Th ever blooming roses will need FULL !
to have all dead wood removed at the jFuw. )
GH PARK PLACE HENDEUSONVILLE N. C. than the above named phlox-: :
moss or mountain pink as It is variously time 1 of uncovering them In spring.Some / "
termed. pruning! during the Hummer Is I
Old.Stono; Mansion in a park of fifteen acres. The mass pink grows: wild on the also useful In encouraging growth and EXPRfSS

For Rooms and Terms address : rocky hillsides wf Pennsylvania and in lowers. The ntroiiKt-r brunches which A PREPAID '., ._ PREPAID I
8loufri'il,! may be cut back one-half
similar situations through several
states southward the massed plant or moro. The rule In trimming roses Is $31
-. - rut back weak growing kinds severely, JLlA2O
forming a carpet of rose colored bloom. ? tlil'' i4
NEWS YORK There are several prominent ,varieties strong growers moderately. _*. -

In cultivation having flowers severallypure : l.. 6 Raised front the Ucaul.
white .(the Bride), lavender (Sadie .. .
ew York Furnished Rooms. ) and pink (Gettysburg). The type it C. W Landls,"Porter" for the Oriental '

a clear rose color. Hotel, Chnnute, Kan., says: "I know Doz.I $450I20ts
These phloxes are adapted for gener what it was to suffer with neuralgia: ,
Well furnished rooms at 10 West 21st Street, New York. Southerners will planting where anything of a dwarf, deed I did and I jot. bottle of Itallard's e r e..wI
find this location very desirable for shopping, and Is in close proximity to all crci-plng nature can be used. They Snow Liniment and I was 'raised from DELIVER: rot? ZIP f ,
the dead I tried to more but
places of amusement. Address: quickly cover the ground only raising bottle
before I.lnul 'deponed' of my I '
Mrs.. D. REMLIXOER, IP W. 21st street, New York. their flowers a couple of inches above wan cured entlr8l,. I am tellln' do troth, $122.9 I $90.?
the surface. In the earliest days of too," :2.;:>cts. 'Gets and (I at II. K. Wll- ..Y0
spring the flowers appear the main Ion A HOQ'H,
dowering period seldom lasting more Agents for the l-ulIIt p JSrewliiff Co.
-- -- --- ---
than ten days but occasional flower _
otel \ o. -- 1 '/
Marlborough : .
appear at times during the summer. L.rr salsa .1,;

m Thin, '. Told by Other.. i r/7-r/1/ rv on 'take pvThey-temporarily.' lon

I Broadway, :Wth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. The California privet makes a band- li t.ltlni the

tOO Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric ll"Hts. Conducted some hedge and Is nearly evergreen.but bowels but regular action cannot: be secured until the liver -
it is not reliably hardy In the north. 1'W secretes enough bile to make the .Intestines$
on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal The demand for perennial flowers is execute their natural! functions. M a?
Becoming greater, and In a measure ural ai1t.rtlonrCluled by cathartics, ]
supervision of the owner. they are supplanting many of the bed J//UIFn-7r continual and Increasing! : doses to
E. S. CROWELL, Manager ding plan .l. attain the results. Unno1tn

n_ In delicacy of tint and fragrance theKony tntV'kJr.1}li ,u4P
more nearly approaches the rose :?
41ft Street, than any other flower. e'11G/fg': aiJo tinr : on the
iotel Vendome'rQadwayand All shrubs that bloom before late .er liver; cures Chills

CITY. summer require a pretty good pruning 2f x and Fever, and every form of
I as soon as the flowers are over. # cu t
I Malarial Bilious, Remitting:; and Inter-
FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet The galllardlas, many of them la c1r vrlly-lTrv. &: Fevers, and, by going to the seat of the

rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.50;large rooms $2; and with orange and brown and brownish red trouble, works permanent cure.
are among the. brightest flowers the
private bath 12.60 per day and upwards. The managem! nt Is under the personal garden boa Ita. They are another name FIFTY CENTS PD BOTTIE.II. .
Filter tube for sale
for cheerfulness. !JJ7 are now at
Bupervislon of the owner. FRANK CRUZN, Manager. his office, price :2*>cu; postage extra 1C. WILSON BON.

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MASURY'SPAINTS' and Varnishes.


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

will be pleased to send color cards and quote prices., EAsT COASe LUMBER Sc SUPPLY COMPANY.

3PXJL11JS: V :iTiJU. '!I7gVTTJEWELERS !C.A.Lxrm.: :: FOEt.; T PXJrR.OE: :.

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,, :Ew J' c/l (t; J9- I ROOSEVELT AND FLORIDA. Robbins & Graham Co. ALARM CLOCKS !

Hon. Henry S. Chubb, chairman of
AND SILVERSMITHS, the Florida Republican Executive: Committee (noorporated.)

i) 41 West Bay Street, stated recently that he was confident PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.
that President Roosevelt would
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. receive the nomination for President This company owns

Largest stock In this section of from the next Republican convention.He .
t Established In 1868.i country is confident, also that Rooseveltwill 3LA.NT S, For One Week Only, from Sept 19t'

i ld + Send for descriptive catalogue. have the Florida delegation to that In the Indian River Country; On the St.
convention. In referring to the matter
x he said: Lucle River; at New River and on Bay to Sept. 26th, we are offering our rcgula(

"There Is absolutely no doubt of the Prices to suit the times.
...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.? Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Is Indorsed nomination of President Roosevelt by Blaoayne.

p and prescribed by many leading physicians the next Republican: convention. He Send for Land List. $1.00 Alarm Clocks for

Brewing Asso's throughout the State, for all blood has been endorsed by all of the State Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla.
it and skin conventions this summer and I do not
troubles. Hundreds of cases of see how it Is possible to defeat him.

Famous St.Loafs Keg sad Bottled Eczema and other skin diseases have "He will have the Florida delegation 9O cents.

.; Beer. been permanently cured, after many olid. The machinery of the Republican East Coast Meat MarketG. Only .

years landing, by the use of Hancock'sLiquid : party in this :State: will be for him,
i R Bold! ; by Mesir r.A.Losley and and there I Is no doubt of our ability to F. DJJREN, Agent.
R. LrMotlow,Tltasvllle.PU. Sulphur. For sale by. give him the entire delegation. OrjC' Guaranteed For One Year
{ B. R. WILSON A SON DRUGGISTS. "Roosevelt, while he not be as 13:: I
dS; t By Mr. R.L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. : may
popular some of our presidents have :::
I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.COMPARISONS Mail Orders will receive prompt and careful attentions.
JOSEPH ZAPFSoJe I been with the politicians of the country, H -

Ie a man whom the American people O 'I W SPECIAL ATTENTION given, 'Repairing of Fine! Watches and Jests! |
admire. They love his Americanism and -
1t i Agent. manhood, and his campaign; will be = All work warranted. for 12 months.

something which cannot be headed off. .:::a..

tf 010 to 620 West Bay Street, A few days since, we met (Hon. C. T. I, look upon him as a sure winner." G. L. MANDAVILIxE,

u McCarty, of Ankona, who has been engaged
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. In pineapple and orange: growing: MIAMI CITY ELECTION. f oI::. THE JKWKUia! AND OPTICIAN.'

q t tI there for 8overlllyears. Mr. McCarty is 7 coo TJTUSVILLE, -. FLORIDA.
one of the successful men. Our conversation ;1:5. ::::;-'
The -Successor to II. T. Whaler.-
f drifted along the line of pineapple primary election held In Miami, p

growing and Its profits. In replying to last Friday was onof the most interesting TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Lv:7J ,
primaries ever held in the!' State '
our questions along this line he said: "I

am other not people In position make to In tell growing you how pines much, butI Three were candidates of Miami's for the prominent office of citizens Mayor. E_ L :se.6.D: -=- &:.. ;seO.: ,

can tell exactly what on The present Mayor, lion J. E. Lummns N -DEALERS IN-
you my crop
t my home place brought me for the received 215 votes, George: Worley 07,
1001. as I figured, It up yesterday. Mtotal : W. W. Front46, F. W. Hahn (one of the ,

I W +, fit \1 i I, receipts from my home place, I old The Councilmen renomlnatlon), received oi 211 votes. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAVES FERTILIZER.-,
amounting 3,500 crates, brought me a Mr. Lummus as We deal exclusively: In the above line oil-\ goods: and solicit the trade of all come
cash return of J,2.10.( Mayor, and Mr. Hahn ns Councilman, is era. Write us for prices on Grain and,oil Groceries, delivered,at your station
"How many acres have you In this particularly satisfactory to a large; ma- E. i BRADY & BRO. TITU8-V1LLK, FLA.
of the Tosldenta. _
field ?" we asked. jority Both have been
Just about twelve acres" Faithful the discharge of their duties,

9M I "Were the plants all In bearing!?" serving the city without recompense,
"Tea, the whole field was In bearing." save the consciousness of serving the S. i/u. CARROLL
"What was the total expense of grow city faithfully and well, and their large ,
this majorities show the appreciation of tbelr -Dealer In-
ing fertilizers
irr crop, Including labor ,
$ Y crates, picking. packing, etc?" work Wharton by the citizens of Miami. H. H. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED) [ FRUIT AND, VEGETABLES
a for Councilman, ,
,. '4 DURING THESE HOT DAYS "It possibly may have reached .2,000:! received and : ,
1 180 votes J. I. Wilson 221.:!
but probably a little less. Glass and Your Solicited.
Crookeiy Patronage
of This insures
op6tl up one my bottles of Miami a most competent
This leaves a net profit over all expenses : '
II : .
set of Aldermen. The race between' TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
. wi l and drink to the health and prosperity of Further of he a said little: over $354 per acre. R.. C.A.Flanagan Froscher, the was present Marshal close and andE. I If[ Your House Goes up in Smoke ----,- ..
.I friends and self. "The same or nearly the same results
These goods are pure and wholesome were reached in the year JOiN' ) spirited Flanagan receiving nineteen and you loose everything INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

Unexcelled: for richness. strength and "How will your returns from the crop more votes than Kronclier.PRELIMINARY I it is your own fault.

L { flavor. 1 MM)I compare with. the lesults of previous :F-J.rO: :Insurztnoo.aulleient TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .

It ROUT. I,. MOTLOW, yeiiiK!?"' we asked. HEARING. I to cover the value of the prop- prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or 100_. Special atteDttaj
, TITU&VILLE.: .l. and COCOA, FLA. "I cannot tell, as I have.not figured up erty and household effects should be car. paid socking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto,

E it yet, beside I shall have a considerable The preliminary hearing of Luly 'let(. Rates are nut high. The companies T. T. WETMOUE, Proprietor. .
( fall to ship. I do not think they
crop we represent are solvent, "..!laMe!and lib- ,
Smith, Albert! Willis and Bea"atlluD.. .
will much from the --
a L. A. Ililclretli vary two previous
rya 'eral. Claims .
who are charged: with the murder of are promptly adjusted.
years. Ada Wells colored in Titus IH>n't neglect to take out' a policy.
a woman
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Brands ")low large a farm would a person ,
have to cultivate In Iowa to reach the vine on July 27th, began yesterday SCHUYLEU 3RANNINO, Special Attention !
f;' p ...of... same results] we asked. afternoon. II. R. Wilson, as justice of TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

"Two ago when I was visiting inIowa be peace, presided, and States Attorney Invited.WASHINGTON .
years Correspondence
Rum Brandies Gins J.' D. Iteggs, who crone over from Orlando -
I Whiskeys
took considerable Inquire
, I. pains to for the OIVKX TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
Into the profits of farming, and I special purpose, prose
r Wines, Bottled A Ion, Beer and Stout. came to this conclusion: A liiO-farm( cuted. There are a great number of Hardware Tinware Glassware
cultivated and well witnesses summoned both for the State D. Crockery, ,,
Intelligently managed
I v The best whiskey and liquors served by : will bring a net Income of nay and> for Ben Watson. The prisoners are ,

I I }: polite audcouiteous attention. 1,600 per year; I think this above the having their trials separately, Ben Wat harness and Stoves.
on being the first to be called to the ONLY $16.05.
A first class \line of average.
foreign the
h I and domestic cigars. Then an Iowa farmer to net $( ,2..o bar.remember The readers that Ada Wells ADVOCATE was found will From Jacksonville, correspondingrates ( "Our Stock Is Complete- and We Can Fill Orders Promptly1
would have to cultivate a farm of nearly from other points. First-
' fl JTAMILT and HOTEL TRADE Solicited. 700) acre. He would have to employ a dead on the morning of the 27th, In her claHH round-trip tickets on sale
house, and lying on her bed, her throatwas
small ot men, own a large number Oct. :a 4 ii and Jas. Pritchard & Son.
(t Prompt and careful attention given army crushed and one of her eyes brulsod. and thousands dollars
of horses, have uUo additional
to Nov. 3rd.
f ( YY' to mall orders, accompanied by cash. Invested farm implements, wagons, The hearing Is likely to last till the end Account G.A.R. No,extra charge
I of Webb and Postoffice Box
the week. Attorney F. J. 212,
'r ,] L. A. IIILURETU, harness, etc. In growing the crop of D. L. Oaulden are defending Ben Wat- for fast time or the luxurious
pines, no horses or expensive farm machinery service 0'TUE
{' PORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. are used. In fact, Mr:McCarty son. All the prisoners are white Titusville: F' orida.:

.. hasn't a horse on his place. A few NEW INITIAL -
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ago when Mr. McCarty commenced EXTENSION OF F. E. C. RY. LINE AT

3 Hodgson Bros. growing pines he lived In a very humble JACKSONVILLE.The TIT: =JSVILLI3: :: LX'V"EZE1..Y: : ST.A.DLn
cottage; now he has one of the finest and I severalmonths It has been rumored

EAU QALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. moat elegant home In the Indian river that the Florida Est Coast Railway pro. Southern Railway.

..- Marine hallway cuu n try.-II omeseeker.UNEARTHED. posed> to extend Its line further down the EA
coast below Miami. About six weeks I
k General :Merchants and Ship Chandlers. MOST LUXURIOUS J
under the : "
IN OHIO. ago: a surveying party cliaigeof ...STABLES... ;
i r .Special Facilities.. Mr.J. S. Frederick, began the survey TRAINSIN
of the newly proponed extension.: The :
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing The skeleton of a prehistoric giant survey has now been made, and Mr. THE WORLD. BAGGAGE SURREYS,

was exhumed near Howling Green, 0., Frederick has to St. Augustine to Every morning at 11:00: o'clock riUl '
Yachts and [munches..I gone
..I recently, by a colored laborer, who, terrified report to Mr. Parrott.All Every ev"ntnat 7.V1; ; o'clock TRANSFER, & % $ y and TCRNOl. 1'S a
Mention the AOVOOATK when writing.! by his find, ran breathlessly to the Dado county, especially the south from Jacksonville; less than 2:1: i*; r
"I nearest farnr house and notified the ern section, will anxiously await the decision hours to: Washington; via Southern HAULING, ETC. = .all, kiwis.FJORlW,.

6 Application for Tux Deed.NOfIC" neighborhood. A large; crowd gatheredand of the railroad authorities. Railway

S* viewed the peculiar remains, and According to the survey the road will City Ticket Office, 108 West Bay St. J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
r the huge bones now He at the home of In the of the letter U to the Jacksonville Fla. TITUSVILLEBack ( .
,yy i : IS IIEKEIIY OIVKN ThAT F. K. run shape of Grand View hotel.-
1 e of Tax Charles \Vlttmer, where !people constantly Easterllng purchase about twenty-five
; purcMwnr : Certlnrato No. Full Information be obtained JJ
i + T70, dated tin Hinl, day of July A..It. lwx, go to see them. The skeleton, when mile. below Miami ; thence west to theeverglades can -- -- --__ _--- __ _.
Ji.. filed naul certiorate In n..Issue and baa !placed together; as It was In life, measures and from there northwest to -TIIE
nods: application I for tax deed f o aocortl- nearly nine feet In length. The H. F. CART D. P. A. Jacksonville OLD RELIABLE
owe with law. Said certiihste embracer I the a point about twenty-live miles south- .
f following desertl.edproportydtuat4InNreyant. skull measured almost twelve inches west of Miami.
r county t'lorliU. to.wlt: Lot ll. milHllvlnlon of diameter, and there are two distinctrows Rollins College
Lot 1.8eo.3ft, and Hixitli :.III chain of Lot I,Heo.Jti ef teeth In the massive jaw The ,
Rmnlona ender ,In Townliti| & PETROLEUM FOR FUEL.' TRAINS.
I1}1r 1t..nKe bant.: containing 7K acre, Tim naM bones are well preserved, with the exception : Founded 188.;. Has special Florida charter. Of*
........ The South Florida College
) Led b"hllr a* "at the itatu nf the Instianre of the pelvic bones, which are +
of Much rertlnrt In the name of <)...>. W. Chuttl considerably decayed. The bones were According to theO.t. Augustine Record The following are thetimes of arrival October 1st. Located oo a high pine ridge, among the spring-fed lakes ,m' ''raw'
..IU. Unletu laid ""CBrtlncat almll be nHltwiueilnwonltnK County. Absolutely malaria..
and of train. to
departure and
made the Florida EastGoast passenger
to law,tax hued. will Iran thereon on at first thought to be the remain. of the experiment by
I : d F the nth ilny of n"tuber.A. l>. lea some giant Indian, but the shape of the Railway in the use of oil for fuel from Titusville: COLLEGE. : PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Whiten. my otttnlal .ltnatur| and seal this the head is not the shape of the skull Instead OIf coal, has proved very satisfac I II01TRRQU tD. MUSIC:: SCHOOL. : SCHOOL OF El.o UTIOY.
Ixth day of ttepiemiwr,A. 1> 191e.!
peculiar to the Indians and the age In tory. The Record s.iyn : "Mr. W. D. Leaves Tttonvllle for)Miami and I BUSINESS :
r : i |(Clerk A.A.HTE\V AnT. intermediate, at I I 3:21 P'mICOBTHBOUKD. SCHOOL ART :SCHOOL.:
,; Circuit Court of Mrevaril Conntv.Fla. which the man lived In still in doubt. Huffman, the mechanical engineer; who points
lay O.A.Stewart D.U. transformed the first locomotive on the Excellent. equipment. Thorough modern Instruction.
coal Leave Tlmsvllls for Jarknonville. Beautiful location. A for every stud
from a room eOtWI a
T' Florida East Coast Railway } IM i
ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? Inurinoflluta points at( P.nt. Best Board. >
"I t' Expenses low. Best appi
the Influences Catalog on
A Fine Homo For Sale. burner to a fuel oil burner, is In city Tltunvilla for Sanford 1 Oft a.m '
again: after a fortnight's: absence. In Arrive Titusvilla from Sanford "l.Up.m REV. GEORGE M. WARD, b. D., Principal, Winter rack FlaJ
If not consult pleasure it Is understood that the
is A model southern home In South end you are, why your this connection -
and comfort and travel by one of the test of the oil burner ham been so entirely -=
of Brevard county, on the Indian River, OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAIF
magnificent ships of the famous and ever satisfactory that the road has concludedto
, t4 lu the center of tile pineapple belt. Nice ton's Rapid l Calking Tools now In use
popular Clyde line, sailing from Jack reconstruct locomotives of the system The
9-rOOm dwelling and out-bulldlngs. Ten by boat owners In the United States. Pioneer
sonville. These Hue steamships are fitted into oil burners. The cheapness of CooporagolLAGRANGE
acres In fruiting pineapples 4U Price $".00 and *.on
; orange, convenience the each at the AD-
and with every modern ; fuel, ease in which steam is gotten up, .
I lemon, lime grapefruit trees-most office Tltusville F la.
all have fruit on them. Beautiful staterooms al'e' models of contort, and and the general cleanliness and comfort VOCATE FLORIDA.I .
/ It yards the bill of fare is all that could be de experienced by passengers have Inducedthe manufacture all kinds ,uelt
and sizes of
r and flower garden. Will be sold at a TANKS, cheaply and expediti
sired. From all places of Importance to make the change.
Lantl for Sale.
bargain. For full particulars"C.I "address: along the East Coast the residents are company.. When In need of a tank, write me for estimate, as 1 can fill your order to uvrr1etrTOM

Care ADVOCATE, Titusville, Fla. patronizing; the Clyde Line, and on their CITIZENS MEETING.A 174 acres first-class pineapple land, JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla.
return from the North many words of desirable front, on St. Lucie river, at a .. .
ifl' praise are bestowed upon the Clyde : bargain. For reasonable terms write, -
S Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, ships and their courteous* officers. The mass meeting of citizens Is called W. W. LCCE,

service Is excellent, and a trip upon one for 8 o'clock p. m., :Friday, September Tibbals, Fla.
1' Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dresses of these palatial and staunch Clyde ships 19th, at the court house, In Titusville Buffalo Gasoline Motor.
a specialty. Address, will/ be a revelation. Early applicationswill for the purpose of nominating town
J I i SAM PKHKIXS, secure choice accommodations.For officers. As the welfare of the place Drayliijf.
1 I Magnolia Avenue and Oth :Street: prompt attention and particulars, depends a great measure upon those Lr
t4 I*. O. Box 255. Sanford, .'Ia.' write to F. M. Ironmonger jr., assistant who administer its affairs, It Is hoped Draylng hauling of all kinds,prompt. Eight JIor epoweof",- four cylinder, motor weigh 333 pounds. &I\\I;

general passenger agent: Jacksonville, that there will be a full attendance. ly attended to. Meets all trains. :Stove: Inches. Speed 700 revolutions per minute. Full'power guarl1ntee
l tr: Reading notice ads. on this page Fla.; or to C. II. Walton, agent, ADVOCATE G SCRUB: M. KOUBINS: wood supplied.

N i are five cents per line per week. office, Tltusvlllo, Fla. Chairman Board of Trade. AXFRED Tltntvllle. GEO. R. WALLACE, WEST! PALM BEACH, Fr.Or.xo.\:





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