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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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>L. !Q5.; NO. 6. TITqSVILLE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3. IOO!>. PRICE Bo.

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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS,.Sanford, is Dyeing. ALL THE RAGE- -I'EttSIN- AT WILSON ft SON'S FOUNTAIN -W. P. Giles has accepted a position AMONG THE HOTELS.
at Wilson & Son's Soda Fountain, you get the Best, Pure Fruit Juice. with the Titusville Electric Light Company
I'
-Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8.
ful Topics of General Interest. Ankona -Mr. II. T. Titus, of Daytona, was a -Mr. W. II. II. Gleason, of Eau Gal- as engineer. Where to stop along the East Coast:
-Mr. of
visitor C.In T.Tltusvllle:McCnrty, wasa and visitor in Tltusvllle: from Tuesday until lie, was a visitor In. Tltusvllle on Wed THE BEST FITTING SHIRTS MADEat See list of hotel on page 7. t
on Tuesday Thursday. nesday. R. W. Rhodes', Titusville, for MI cts.
THE ADVOCATE, Wednesday. 75/ eta., $L0II $1.00 and $2.00.; Where to stop In Titusville? See Tltusvllle
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S SUITS A WONDER FOR $8.00. THAT EX.. ,
hotel ad 7th
$1.150 per annum, In advance. We cannot to oo our page.
t' six months gt T" guarantee publish Just the thing for school $:!.OO to fO.IM: bluo serge suit at RW. -The Ladies' Progressive Culture I
} fcl.OO countries. items that do not reach this office before at R. W. Rhodes, Tltusvllle.Mr. Rhodes, Tltusvllle. Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Jas. The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
| $2.00 per an. to foreign noon on Thursdays. Pritchard on Monday afternoon next. the best hotels in New York city.
E mile Anthony a popular young Mrs. A. A. Stewart, wife of our
the ADVO-
subscribe for
lien you the It does not coat COLD SODA-Pineapple, Strawberry, man of West Palm Beach, was a passenger genial county clerk, was a visitor In -On our 2nd 1 page of this Issue will be Mr. George; E. Bates will again have t
ric by year, Included.ote you. Lemon, Orange, and Frultlne-from on Friday's northbound train, en Cocoa from Friday until Wodue"day.MEN'S ", found the list of licenses I Issued by Tax charge of the Altl\O\ontellprlngs hotel I
00 cents per week, postage fresh fruit. Wilson\ & Son's.Jook .
ripe Collector W Hall for the Altamonte Springs, Fla.
route to DnLand, where he will bo a year ending
.
STRAW HATS. ALL STYLES
date of expiration printed uponr at the name and date slip on student at Stetson University.Mr. Oct. 1, 1IKW.: Sinco the advent of Messrs. Alnsllo &
or every week. This CO cents on the $1.00. Only a few loftJohn .
It receipt paper for wrapper your money. No need your paper or wrapper this week, and R. W. Rhodes, of the Eagle It. Walker & Co., Titusville, Fla. -Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kline and little Grabow it I Is said that the business of ,
nee.if! you do not owe us something If Clothing store Titusville left Sunday daughter Leona who have been spend Hotel Lenox, Boston has been visibly
send for on ,
1 us to receipt subscription. ,
send It :Mr.: I.. W. Lyman of
Georgiana
so along.Mr. ,
increased
,
|e date gives It to you. for New York, where he will spend a cou- who has recently returned from an ex' ing some time In New York arrived In !

Tun EAST COAST ADVOCATE is on Fred Fee, of Melbourne, was a ple of weeks in the markets buying. hit* tended visit In Wisconsin was a visitorIn Tltusvllle, last Saturday, Mr. Fred Storry, manager of the

i at the following news-stands, at five passenger northbound on Tuesday, en fall and winter stock of.goods.Tbe TltiiHvllle last Saturday.Mr. Ninety-five! barrels of fish were Homestead and Virginia hotels, at Hot
route to DeLand, where he Is astu'dentat Titunvllle Springs, Va., and the Royal Polnclana,
nts per copy : Tltusvllle baseball team wentdown shipped from yesterday by ,
Tltusvllle-B. R. Wilson A Son. Stetson University. I to Cocoa on Monday and played a B. K. McOarty, of Ankona, was ex ross. The fish business is "looking Palm Beach, has returned from an European .

JacksonvilleDuval hotel. PATTERN HATS-IN ALL THE SEA- game; of ball with the Cocoa team. Our a passenger en route to DoLand the first up" all along the Kant Coast. trip
of the where ho has entered
};News stand, Union depot sons latest styles and shapes, now on boys came home the victors, the scare student week In Stetson University.Miss as a -Miss Louise M. Powe who has been Hotel Duval and Westmoreland I

sale at popular prices at John K. being 7 to 12 In favor of TItimvllle. In Boston for Rom months past, Is now hotel of Jacksonville whose ads will be

; Reading notice ads. are ten cents Walker &; Cu'I., Tilusville. --Mr. and Mrs. W. 'r. Wells prominent Lelah !Sanders: of Cocoa, arrived making her headquarters at No. 11 found on our 7th page have done a good

@l' line on this page.Air. -Miss Ella: Singleton, of Rockledge, residents of Melbourne, who have in Titusville, Wednesday, and was Wllliard street. Newton, Mass. business this summer, and they are now
the of Mrs.\ E.: W. Hall until
guest yesterday preparing for the full rush of tourists.
who had been visit to her sister In been spending the summer at Bolton
S. Same of Courtenay was on a Nettle Contant of Oak Hill
M. when she left for Sanford.Mr. Miss ,
visitor In Tltusvllle, last Saturday.Mrs. St. Augustine, was a passenger on las't'rldaY'1I Landing, N. Y., are expected to returnto was a passenger on yesterday's south The New Victoria hotel, Jacksonville t
\ southbound train en route their Melbourne home next week.C2T" Chas. 11. Walton, editor and 'bound train, en route to Woodley where under the management of Col. It. Blxler,
W. S. 'Norwood of this place, home. When answering advertisements proprietor of the ADVOCATE, Is still in she will tench the public school. has done an excellent business this sum :.
Fas a visitor in Cocoa, the first of the Boston where ho la assisting\ Capt. J. O.
mer, and the accommodations at this hotel \
Mrs. T. W. Lund Miss Julia Lund In these columns would confer a
you
eok. I and Master Thomas Lund of Jackson- favor by saying: you saw the advt. In the .Walton, In introducing his patent pulley; -Mrs. Kate Hamilton, of Stuart, who we are told, are all that could be do- i.
1 call attention to the proclaman block. has spent the past two months with her Hired. Moo ad. on our seventh page.
-We ville, who have spent the summer at EAST COAST ADVOCATE. By so doing
sister 1\Irl.8. J, Brown In Tltusvllle
of election for the town of Tituslie Boston and Nahant, Mass., returned you will receive better attention from -Mrs. Treutler, a prominent resident returned, to her home Monday, Mr. Charles A. Jferrltt, the well known

on second page. home on Tuesday.The the advertisers.Mr. Eau iallio, who has been spending the Now York hotel man, who baa spent ,,'
unknown last Monday summer In Chicago, wall a passenger nSaturday's -lIon. C. T. McCarty and wife, of several In the West Indies and In '
-Some parties First National Bank of St. and Mrs. F. W. Wlllos, of Jen- years
ght threw two beer bottles through the Augustine has been made a, depository sen, who have been spending the summerin southbound train en route to Ankona, were passengers on Friday's"outbbollnd Florida, has returned to New York, and
of F. M. her Eau Gallle home. trl\ln. ea route home from a is In charge of Mr. W. 11. Naethlng'a
lass windows Mr. Taylor'sihoto for public moneys by the Treasury Department the New England States, as well as in
month' visit In Iowa and Minnesota.Mr. .
studio. of Mr, Wi lies' former home In old restaurant business at 3:) Cortlandt St.
the United States. The officers England, -Mr, and Mrs. O. II. Voss, of Enterprise -

WE ARE FIFTY YEARS OLD, BUT of this popular bank are to be con- are expected to return to their Florida arrived In Tlturvllle yesterday George "Walker of Tampa, Is The Tampa Bay Hotel company have,
, 'there 1 Is nothing grey-balred about our i gratulated.Mrs. .' home next week. and are now Installed as manager am! behind the counter at the Eagle Clothing leased the grounds of the famous Tampa

methods cr our merchandise. Rhodes, J. S. Stewart, and Miss Frank Married, at Sebastian, on Thursday housekeeper, respectively of the Indian Store' assisting Mr. A. H, O'Neal for a Bay Hotel to the City of Tampa for n
Titusvllle'a clothier and furnisher.It River hotel, TitusvilleTuesday few days, during the absence of Mr. R. public park, for n rental of 4,1)00
1'. Stewart of Mom brook, Fla., mother Sept 25, 1002, Mr. T. B. lllcks and Miss per
Rhodes In the northern markets.A I
1 can be stated upon reliable au- and sister of :Mrs. A. K. WII"on. of this Mabel Sembler. Both the contracting and Wednesday of this W. year The hotel will be opened again

tiority that more than twelve hundred place, arrived In town on Wednesday, parties are well and favorably known In week were ns hot as any two days this little card party was held at the this coming/ winter, under the management f 1 '
arrels of fish were shipped from Tltusllle and will visit at the home of Mr. and Tltusvllle, and our people wish them all summer For several hours the thermometer residence of Major F. M. Baylor last of Col. A, E. Dick I

during the month of September.Capt. :! Mrs. A. K. Wilson for several weeks. joy and prosperity stood at \08 o, and we did not evening,, In honor of the recent bridal Messrs. J. II. Johnson & Sons, who,

and Mrs. J. O. Walton are DO YOU WANT THAT SELFSATIStied -Mrs. B. J. Farmer, the wife of the have our customary breeze, either couples. Refreshments were served anda I have managed the Seaside Inn, Goodall,

ow- residing at 133 St. Botolph street, feeling that comes to the man who foreman In the Star office, accompanied -Mr. F. M. Hudson, of Ttbbals, wasa pleasant time was had by all present. I during the summer, have given up the

luntlngton avenue, Dos ton, where I they dresses the helglith of style f We bv her little daughter, arrived in Tltus passenger on Tuesday's southbound -The Indian: River Band gave one of I management to otlior parties, and they
xpeot to remain all through the coming/ cau give It to you'and not alone in vllle, on SnturdiiVi and are now at homeIn train, en route home from Pine Bluff their delightful; open air concerts on the have returned to the Grand Atlantic, at
i inter clothing, but In everything you wear. one of the McCrory cottages, on Ark where he accompanied the remains band stand last evening which was enjoyed Daytona, which they are now preparing
(t. W. Rhodes, the furnisher. Tltusvllle.Rev. Washington avenue. of his father, !\II', James A. Hudson, who by quite a large number of our for the coming winter's business", .

-There will be a regular meeting off died at Tibbals, on 1I"nd"yIopt./:: 15th. citizens. The hotels at Saratoga! Springs: are
> Friendship Chapter No. II, Order of and Mrs. W. N. Chaudoin returned -Mr. Chas. MeOnrty: second son of
astern Star, on Tuesday evening; nextt the first of the week to their Mr.. and Mrs' C. T. McJrty( !: of Ankona OUR STOCK H REPLETE) : WITHall -The Cocoa and Rockledge News hooking; numerous engagements for ,
7:30: p. m. sharp. A full attendances home on Indian Rivet Uncle Shad, as was a passenger/ on Saturday's northbound that U needed to make life happy says: Rev. (l. Van IIouiu's connection rooms for this time of the year. 'I'ho
requested.ALL he is familiarly known all over Florida train, en route to Chicago, wherehe and worth the living. See our new with the Rookledgo church terminated, United States Hotel and the Grand Union _
attended the session of the TI'uestees of is a student at a medical college. gouds before buying. No trouble to at his own suggestion, upon the expiration Hotel were recently, the headquarter }
AT F. ]\[. TAYLOR'S pnOTOgraphlo the University, he being a member of Mr. :McCarty expects to graduate this show them. We save you money. J, of tho term of his pastorate at the for Republican Htate Convention and y

Gallery, Tltusvllle and see said board-DeLand Record. term. 11. Walker *. Co., TltusvlHe, end of September, the Domiioratlo State Convention, respectively I
his samples of Photographs. Flash both of which were largely
: ,
-lIon. R. Hudson
lights: by appointment at any time. The S. G. Vanlandln ham family, who Burr, of Little -Mr. Trer.. B. Wilson, who has spenta FURNITURE, rum-a PURE, FURNf.- attended.
who announced
In last
River as we
Always something new. have resided in Titusville for many years, our : year or more In tliuemploy the Sterling ture. New lino. Tables, Iron beds ,
will leave today for Miami, where Mr. issue has accepted the I position on the Pinna Oo., av Derby, Conn..Is expected chairs, rockers, bed lounges, etc., 111In The new Mount Washington Hotel \\a !
Mrs. T. A. Robinson and little child Florida Railroad Commission made
Vanlandlngham: Is employed by the Bond to arrive In Tltusvllle next Wednesday this week. New stylus. New de the White Mountains of New Hampshirehas t
f St. Lucia who have been spending vacant by the resignation of Mr. II. E.
Lumber Company Tltnavllle to been a signal The hotel
visit.
regrets 01a to his' parents, Dr. and signs. Cheaper than ever before, at success.
ome time at the resorts of Georgia, arrived lose this estimable family but hope they Day, wan a passenger on Sunday's' north :Mrs. B. It. Wilson. Miss Jnaniiette Wilson John R. Walker &; Co's., Tltusvllle. was opened the latter part of July, and
in Titusville on Tuesdaywhere they will be I'rJsperoullln their now location.Mrs. bound train en route to Tallahassee to who bus been visiting' her brothersIn the patronage/ accorded must be very '
were joined by Mr. Robinson, and are enter upon his duties. _Mr. S. T Mlddleton, an ADVOOATK: gratifying to Its
Derby for the past live months will : managers/ Messrs.! Anderson C:
,
C, S. Schi Master Karl
( friends in town. subscriber of
siting tIer Roy Wash.. accompaniedby A Price cloned the Mount Washington I
also the :
and Miss 1 of -Mrs. O. G. Gleason and three child- return at same time.
Schuyler Schuyler
Reid of and of Eau Gallle his family, were passengers on Sun..Iuy's hotel last Wednesday but they
-Miss Grace Titusville arrivals in Tltusvllle ren, were passengers on ,
Jensen were on Messrs. Geo. and southbound
II. B.
Kllpatrlck train enrouto to Mel.
will the Mount Pleasant hotel
Master Karl Schuyler, of Jensen, were last Saturday's northbound train en keep ( open
Monday, and were the guests of Captain Sands under the firm
name nhllpmtr risk bourne.. We understand they Intend to until October 20th.
: the Titusviile-Sanford:! route to St. Augustine where
on they joined 1
]passengers and MrC. K. Fischer, until Thursday, & Sands. have barrel .
Rail. opened a factory I In settle on the East Coast of Florida, and, ,
branch 'of the Florida East Coast Capt Gleason, and expect to make their
when Mrs. Schuyler and Miss Helen returned ritusvlllo, whore they will manufacturefish so far, are charmed with Melbourne. Frank Remllnger/ who was arrestedlast
way, Wednesday, en route to Winter to Jensen, and Master Karl proceeded home, while the Captain Is employed In and vegetable barrels. for the trade. week In Buffalo on the charge of defrauding 4
Park, where they will be students at to Winter Park. cutting the canal from the Matanzas The factory Is In the two-story building Julm Y. Detwiler, president of the the Hotel Earlingtun New
tolling' College the coming term. river to the Halifax river. i Florida Fish Commission, Is visiting/ the York out of OIJ
City .I. In
I -The fine residence of Mrs. back of Capt. Rice's residence? A carload was formerly
-At the request of President John F. C. S Ballou two-story at Mime, was burned on -\11 those who registered to vote at I of material has arrived and they rich Commissioners with the of of the Northern the employ of the Florida East Coast! ..:

Forbes' of Stetson University, the trustees Wednesday. The loss Is In the neighborhood the recent primary elections should bearIn have every protpuct of success States the work object of the perfecting and Hotel Company, an private secretary to l
of that Institution met at DeLand, mind that they will not be entitled] to extending commission Mr. C. B. Knott the general manager.
of ( have been unableto
$2,001); we -Mr. G. L. Mandavlllo Tltusvllle's : .
he Detwiler
Is the
repre.enls.Ir.
right
The friends of Mr. la
NewYork
and the the Remllnger
Friday of last week, charges: vote at approaching general election
whether there
ascertain was any Insurance jeweler and optician has been displaying man for the work, and will exhaust
every and
have
circulated unless FlorlUU forward
made against; him and they register again./ The regis coma '
or not, or the cause of the fire. the past week a very handsome silver effort to help the fisheries of his State.,
and made the amount of his
throughout the country were thoroughly tration books for the Titusville precinctare up shortage/ ,
Ballou who has been
Mrs. spending tile In his store window the of
,
cup property -X. Y. Fishing Gazette.A. .
] which a late despath Is .
sifted. The result was that the trustees at Boone Iowa is open Mondays and Saturdays at the says only $200.It
summer expected
the Titusville Fishermen's Club This
unanimously vindicated President borne the last of this month. Court House until October 11 tb. N.1\Iedd. of the MonkrldgeManu.acturing I Is not known how Mr. Kemllnger became )
have the
club to
as a prize
proposes cup
}o'or bes. leaves short In his account but hilt friends -:
What Is the matter with our West for the fastest sailing\ /Huh boat at Titus Company to-morrow for
claim It Is the
result
Orange trees are probably making a ritusville where he has accepted / of some ervor, and I
a posl-
,
-Mr. R. Paddison who has Palm Beach Jensen and Tlbbals villa the to remain the
p. managed better growth now than they have made correspondents cup prpertyof I lon with the Florida was not of a criminal Intent 1
? Those that In the club but to be In of Extract Company.
the East Coast Lumber and SupplyCompany's this On of the are search of tbe possession 1
<: yard at Tltusvllle for sometime year.the account extremedrouth homes on the East Coast of Florida are tacit' successive winner. The club will 11st. the Impression. of many of our citizens Proprietor J. G. Bast, of the Indian
past, will leave here, Sunday, for early growth was very unsat- watching the columns of the ADVOOATK. bold A meeting to-morrow afternoon, that the l local company has absorbed River. hotel, Tltusvllle, has secured the
Fort Pierce, where he will take' chargeof isfactory. However and they are making agood Let your towns be represented every when officers will be elected. tho Titusville concern and that the. Pa- tervloos of Mr. O. II. Von of Enterprise I
have faircrop
the : growth now a very week In the that bilks plant will shortly be removed to as manager; of the hotel and Mrs. .
company's yard at that place. of pink paper so those ,
of fruit size. There _
good will The United States Express Company Tltusvllle and merged Into the establishnent
Voss
Mr. will who this a. housekeeper. Mr. and Mrs
Ga. looking
A. y. O'Neal, of Augusta, are way may knew
be more russet fruit this season than for are sending out circulars calling att.entlon at that place. The plant located ?
have charge of the here in the that town Is not dead. Voss are hotel people of experience I '
yard your
future. several years before. This may also- be to the fact that a man about 6 feet here Is quite pretentious and, equippedwith having conducted the Indian ltiverhote'' j

attributed to dry weather.If -The preliminary hearing which was 8 In. In height about 30 years of age, the most approved and up-to-date For two years prior to 1817 and also con $!I

-A gentleman, who has spent this parents were to encourage their to have taken place yesterday, has again/ icoompanled by a woman 5 feet In machlne'y and appliances, but, owing, Its ducted! the old Lund house and tbe ; :
Summer In organizing; tourist parties In children to pay more attention to the been continued until Tuesday Oct. 7th, height, weighing about 120: pounds, has said, to the small output of the factory Titus house In the "palmy days." Proprietor S
the vicinity of Boston, for trips through reading of newspapers by subscribing at the request of the State Sheriff Jos. raised money orders'of the United States the enterprise has uever been on h amt In to be congratulated on
'anada, but who Is now on his way to for and taking one or more of them Into P. Brown arrested Will Skinner: on 'Wednesday dollars: Company one dollar to ten .. paying basis, and has not been In opera securing the services of Air. and Mrs. ";
'lorida for the winter, stated recently to the family, they would 1 goon discover how last, which now make four white lie has bought a number of Ion In several mnnths. The coo"011 do.- Voss, in the management of the Indian
the Atlanta Journal that already in HOlton !- much faster their children. would Increase men In jail charged with the murder of one dollar orders and line raised themas lon of the two industries-will as a mater Klver hotel. Mr. Voss Informed'an AIHroc'ATK ;
and other large cities of New England :- their stock of knowledge. Hooks soon Ada Wells, the colored woman who was above, by erasing with acid, and ro- of fact, materially I Increase the volume representative that be Is now !
some 20,000 people have made arrangements become monotonous to a child, while a killed on the night of July 20th. F. J. Inserting/ a new amount. AH parties are of the product and the earning co- busy repanorlng and overhauling the
with the tourist companies ; newspaper Is fresh every week and Is Webb and D. L. Gaulden are defending warned not to accept any order which >actty of the venture. Hence, the com- house and will have It In excellent Coalition ,
for trips through; Florida and to Cuba : looked for with as much pleasure as a BAn Watson and F. J, Webb Is defending bears evidence of ha.lnbeen/ erased ilnation will prove a profitable more on for the winter tourist trade. .
this winter promised present. The home newspaper Albert Willis. altered or raised but to Immediately the part of the Investors both in the ,

is the poor man's library and the child- notify any express agent of the presence 'alatlca and Titusville entt'rprllo.-Pa-
r:1I11)ty'sUgar ren's fount of knowledge. Gardner's Klyers. of such parties. latka correspondence Tl ties-Union and C. Hotel Wanted, "
IJarrels.
and Rice The truth of tbe above Is that Mr. W. M. .

For Kent. Brown, of Tltusvllle, president of the
For sale. Address, Pineapples, Wanted.A Iron bed and spring/ 4-0x0-0; ,.J.o\. : Florida' Extract Company Wanted to rent a furnished hotel on

{WALTER A. MOORE Suits to order, $11.2. the Palatka concern and will consolidate Cast[ Coast. Address,

8 George St., Charleston, S. C. few crates of ripe pineapples Toilet sets, 12 pieces, *I.P5: $7.45.: A suite of furnished rooms hooseLoeping.Address la Tltusvllle It with his Tltasvlllo factory. The Pa- J. BBVARO f
suitable for light .
:
Clothes baskets, U, o. latka correspondent has the Wayne. Co.,' Wooster, O.Clyde'Mteaiiifthlp .
J. E. BACON' Wire wastepaper baskets, 83c. 1 O. Box 201', Titusville. simply put
hoe the toot
on
Ormond Fla. wrong
Birds and Animals Wanted. Screen cloth, roll, 20 yard, .:2.JO.C. Line
BLUE RIBBON HEWING
Wanted everyd'd'of A. UARDXEK, Tltusvllle, Fla. Saw I'jilmetto Berries Wanted. MACHINE.
Florida Wild Help Wanted.Man S years guarantee. Worth, $20.01) for -
I Animals, Plume and Song'Blrds and $16.60./ J. It. Walker Co., Tltusvllle. Tickets and reservations via the Clyde
Alligators Registration Hooks Open.To One cent a pound paid for fresh ripe
, Address: to do general work In an orange Iteamshlp Line can be secured of Cha.
WHITNEY'S ALLIGATOR FARM, berries, f. o. b., cash. Write to Wilkinson I. Walton the
work If satisfactory. at ADVOCATE office Tlusville.
I -It-octl1 St. Augustine Fla. grore. Steady Address : "J. E. B." the Citizens of the Town of Tltusvllle Company Hawks Park Fla. We Two Fine Lot For Sale. -
: refer to Indian River !State: Bank Soct -
care ADVOCATE Tltusvllle. The registration books for the Town of I Two tine 10-aore( lots lying on Indian

I Houseboat Wanted. ritusville are now open at the Town Position Wanted. liver, :3 miles south of Fort Pierce, on a High Grade Ashed.

', Men Wanted. Clerk's office and will continue open up good; shell road. Each lot has :300 feet -

; Wanted to charter on Indian River, a to the 16tb day of October, 1M>2. Those river frontage. Illijh bluff,covered with For growing fruit and vegetables, noth- ,
houseboat, for the months of January or i Wanted, tin able bodied, sober, reliable .- who are not registered and Intend to Wanted, rivate teacher by palms and hardwood timber. Good for lOll enuals our clean, Dry Ashen. Potash, .
. February. Send full particulars and men, with families guard convicts. vote at the general town election to be jrooog 'lady thoroughly competent to ranges, grapefruit tangerine. and pine- actual, /guaranteed, & to 7 per cent. For r -
, Price per month to Position permanent. Wages $28.00 per held on the 27th day of October, will each English, Latin and Music also pples.. No better location on the river lose prices write to
.
t FISHKB AMJls: .1R., month. Address: please register within the time limited German If desired. at any price. $1,000.00 for each lot G. 1(. Girn.v A Co., I
Youth's Companion Building, F M. WOOTEJC, above. G. A. FBO T, Address, "Box 13," C. .T, MCCARTY West Palm Beach, Fla : i
t I Boston,.Maaa.I StoctlO Turnbnll Fla. '5t Town Clerk. Milton. Fla. Ankona, Fla. Into Or Atlanta, Q.U



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0 2 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 3, 1902.
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Perimi of LIcennt'". Liquor All other
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ANNUAL REPORT OF LICENSES. "S I! I Whom 0anted I For What rurpu.e. loLlrillor Uiauio I II 'd 10111Io
From Whon. To Whim. 5e.
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I Brevard County, State of Florida. -rioB.; P. Branch .t Co . .merchants. ... . . . . Mch. 1, tOO! Oct. 100.1iT" : ( -" ', :

1111 '1'. J. DeSteiben . . lawYl'r. ... . . . . . April 1, loo 6 (III)) I'111:1 011mi ,I,
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.' !.frl.. D. 1'. Bule. . . merchant. . . . . . May 1, 11102 1 :2t!u I 1" ..11I ", J JJIIS
T l Issued by Tax Collector; E. W. Hall of Brevard County, duplicates of which have been filed with the County Judge for H. H. Uarvey . . . .fiMh dealer IS or less nets..Oct.. 1, 1HOI) aa .. f '.

: the period beRlnnlntc ou the first day of October. 1001, and ending on the first day of October, 1002. 15. Anderson Bro . . . .ftsh dealer, with 4 boats. . . " I 10vHi

t I To be presented to the Grand Jury for approval at the November term, 1002. W. U. \Vatts. . . . ..ftshdealerwlth4boatl. . . .a 100Iml )

= P. B. Bpaslt'Y . . . ...merchant . . . . . I. 1002. ,H 1 on I", I 1110.
;.51' rerJod 01 L4csnes. Dealer.Llqu..r All than otber Total Tnt..1I 1"7" IJ.. J. at I.,.. .P..a' R oc h e. merchants : .'. . . . . ." aa a' 1 00 I I 'I.,! .,
: 0 a fur Liquor for for 13 8 The Fee &:; Stewart Co . ml'rchants . . . . . " 2 01)) I / '
7 d I!! To whom grante4, For What r.irpoao From Wben ( To Then State bealeru. 8tate. County 139 f) E. B. 'Varman . . . merl hant . . . . . . I, 1002 .". ". 7i: I ..' I 111I
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.4? z.;::3 _ _ _ _ _ _ for 8tt. 1110( ( Ida I.E.\ DOIIKon. : . . merchant. . . . . . 1, l00'! u"" ..a. //i0 I ,
-1 E.: I-Ivedehull . . . fish dealer with five nets . Oct. 1/ 1901. Oct. 1, 1002. ,. . ill. . $111 diif 1111 M. 1). J,. 1I0Ilson.) . . ....dentist. . . . . . . {. 1. 1001 10 00) I ,Ja,, ::,Y: t
2 H.. L. .M tIoW. . . . selling liquor) wines and beers ". :MOO. . ;.00 00 :250!1 uO 10:4: H. H. Carpenter, . . rllnnlng shooting gallery..July... 1\IDO\ .." :3 I 7 I I Illa u lit
f w 3 W. J. 'rueker . . . selling liquor, wines and beers. 1 $:.jOO.) . OO 0(1 :l.iO (P0I' 1IJ3 11. L. :Simmons . . .running two pool tables . AIIK. 1, 1002 ".. i 3:13": .. I

I i 4 Robert A. Tohn'tone' . restaurant . . . . . " 6 00 5 (1) 2 59t ) O. S. Worley . . . fl ll dealer. with 6 boats or lesft .July 1. 100 ". irn

I IS John IL. Wynn . . merchant . . . . . " 6110 6 00 :r 04)L ) ins r.. A. 1IIldrt'th. . . rllnnlng two pool tables . .}'eb. 1, 1002 ,.. 3183: "" ,. .. 10
6 W.J.1'ucker..rllnnlngonepooltable. . . 2)011; ) 25W 12MI() 100< E. P. Branch . . . banker. . . . . . . Jilly 1, 1002 "' I" aa 2 10 -; H..

I ? ''L i' '1 E. 1. Brady & Bro. . merchantll . . . . . " 0 00 0 I 00 .J 60 167 'I'. n. I,. DI\ughtry. . ..sewing machine aA'ent. . . .June 1.11102) S 33 :Y Y14)8 ;' 1 I I1M It1ft
8 K.'n Hnult'rlmn & 00. . slalJKhterlnA' cattle, etc '. . .." .. ... U 00 J. :M. Osban &:; Brother keeping livery stable . . .l: l'pt. 1.1002 4"a ;L:

lP U J. n. Walker 't Co . . ..mt'rchsllts . . . : . " 6 00 6 00 3 011 )) J. A. Davis . . . ..book agent. . . . . . " 83 ,i 2 2'
10 H. l!'. Wilson &; ::;3on . ..druggists.. . . . . . . ." " :I 00 .3 On 1 110 170 E. I,. Gonzalez . . .running merry-go-round. . . aa aa aa aa 10 (1)) 10 I INI .4.4'I

,; 4 w : 11 :n. 'V. RhotIe . . . mer.hant. . . . . . ." .". "..' 9 110 IJ ue'' .. iiO 171 H. r.. Motlow . . ,..running one pool table. . . ..Oct. 1,1001 u .. .a 21) 00 I.00: !is 2 'I

.4 12 J. B. I-Icreven . . . ..drll glst . . . . . " 6 00 6 00 ::1 00I :: '

I 13 O. F. Durpn . .t. . .merdlant. . . . . . ."" "" "" "" "" ,. "" 3 Oil a 00 1 ,0, 1, A. D. PENNEY, County Judge; of said County, do certify that the foregoing is correct. Given under mI I hand ml
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.. 14 W. J. Crayford . . merchant. . . . . .'. 00 10 official seal of County this the 30th day of September A. D., 1002.
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I ,. 16 'Vm. Ooldsmlth. . . merchant. . . . . . BOO( :JOOI l 50 A. D. PENNEY
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# 16 S. W. Carroll . . . ..merchant . . . . . ." (I I)() 6 00 a ((10 idw1'roclaniatlon (

7. 17 Jullul Kline . . . .merchant. . . . . . ." " g 00 I 9 00 4 50J '
k 18 James rrltchard & 80n. merchant . . . . . 12 00 12 00 0 00
J 1\1 10'. A. Losley. . . . ..selling liquor, wlne and beerl. .." 4' .:;00.... .500 00 20;; 00 of election. Notice of Master's Sale. GENERAL DIRECTORY,

'I 20 1<'. A. J.osley . .. . . rllnnlng one pool table . '4'" 25 00 2500 12/ill/ I
r 21 n. J.. 1\lotlow . . . selling 11IU01', wines and bt>l'rs. $:-.00.( .. :;00 (110 2,00) 110'i -
'i 22 R. L.. Motiow\ . . . runnillgonepooltable. . . " I. 2S00. 2i; 00 12 54) 'I'ITHEREA9 SECTION; 1, OP ARTICLE 1, UNDER AND of foreclosure HY- VIRTUE anal sale OF) A made FINAL and U. S. LANlJ OFFICE

23 H. '1'. Whaler . . . .ml"rchant. . . . . . "I"I .. ;3 00 3 00 1 liO ,v of vllle tbe ordinance. the of I\layorol tbe Town hid of town Titan) to entered in the Circuit Court in and forBrevard W.H. B.Q.rliubb.Roblimon. ......... ......... .. I'Khl

24 E. A. Iiolt . . . "sh dealer . . . .. . to" . .. I" 10 IN) ) Uaue a Proclamation calling: for an annual election i ounty Florida In Chancery, wherein Otttcea) at Oalne..le.Florlila Ilel.
2/S/ Bergman &; Rtorm. . . .merl1hantl . . . . . " ;3 00 3 00 1 50( of town olllcers; Mow therefore I. J. Mary and E.Sole 1\. DeOrauw Legatee: under,ait Executrix the Will of of tho Aaron Estateof .A. U. B. SENATORS
I of the Town of TttueiJIe.leelie .
Marlon
,1 20 P. A. Mc\lllan: . ..merchant . . . . . :I 00 3 00 10:; thU)Dixon, )'rooIaimat4on.ca)1ing Mayor ) for air annual DeOrauw deceased Is complainant I and John J. ... .
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27 P. I'. Cobb . .'. . . merchant ; . . . . . 4 15 (00 13 00 7U;; election to be beld In the Council Chamberof A, Booth and his wife Annie /. liootb are defendants B. R Malor..... ..... i.."naI1 "
))4 28 MIsS Fannie Carter . .merl1hant. . . . . . " 3 00 3 00 1 /11(1c () laid i town. on the fourth Monday, the the legal. ,hours I will of, as sale Master on the In Chancery, during U. B. CONGRESSMENRobert .

2G ltaulerBon tt Alderman. ..slallKhterlng cattle, etc . . .... .. t.i Of)
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27TH DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D. JOO2b"t..eell W. .. .
SIXTH DAY OF OCTOBER a.. D. 1902 Davis. ...
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; :ao J( AIl"x. J. toode . . .fish dealer . . . . . .. ... I.; 00 B. M. Sparkman......... .. 1"111
I : 81 F. 'V. Miinon . . merchant. . . . . . " 3 00 3. 1 jjl)) of 8 a: in.,and lundown p. m., for the purlioae being the first Monday of the said month of October FLORIDA J
electing sell at for cash, loathe LEGISLATURE
l 4 32 J. :n. J.eatht'rmantranll.! to r' jt! One Mayor highest and pubU.. aucton. In front of E. N. Paint .
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)I R.A.ConkllngAug.18IOtJ2merchant.. . . . . . " 300 .. 300 ,"All 51))() One. )la..halltn.1 Collector of T %en. the Court House door at 'fltu"v\e. Brevard K. B. Raulenon, Fort ea'J..,. finite
33 . .. .. .. ... 00) One Clerk and Treiumrer.na County Florida all the lying n"prclll'l''
[< A. foiistoii . . running laughter pen .15 .. and land.
." AHseHflor of Taxea, and In llievard State of Florida EXECUTIVE .
301 I,. r. Canton . . . .IJlerchant . . . ... . :3 00 3 ( 1\0\ Two Aldermen. tO-wlti being, County, S. DEPAR'fIET.Wa. .
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31)4.: KitchIng . . . .IlIerl1hant . . . . . I. ."' " 0 00 6 00 ::1 1 UII))) An'll hereby appoint Harry Wilson,Samuel J. The North half of lot number 14, of the subdivision Clay.Tennings.Crwlord........ .Secretan.. (!.???.
4 36\rs.O..l..l.CampbeI1..merchant.\ . . ... . : . . ". " aoo)4 ( 3(0( 1110) Norton Koiit. A. Uobbltt 'Intipectorg of said of fractional Sotunl7 and B, Township James Whltfleld.... ... .. .. IfU
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37 Ul'orKc1\I. Brown (Agt) werchant; .. . . .. . . .. " 300 300 1M)) election In and Allle P. Gruber have, Clerk hereunto set same. 26 thereof,South of Range In 37 Book,"as 1 "shown by the plat Win. M. Laniar........ .AttoIP.Iat
testimony whoreof I my page W. N. Sheat Snpt.
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38 A. N. Mathie . . .. merchant. . . . ... .. :J 00 S 00 1 no hand and canned the seal of the town of Titus- Record r..rd"). In and for said) 17.oCthe I. B. E. McLIn.....,....Coniml88louer II.t"'lk"
1,. 81) Judge'A. D. l'enney . .lawyer. . . . . . " 1000 10 00 J 00.lawyer. vllle) to lie atllxed at Titimvillo, lie. thIs, September vard. The. north ole.b..1. extending Alonzo C, Croom........ ..... .Coinnirollit' ]
40) G. A. Frost . . . . . ... . . : : ::. ." " 10 00 1000 500 2, A. D. 190. the Indian River to lan"a River,end heini J. Clifford II. Foster..Adjlitaiit4ojiaj/;

If.. 41 Gen. N. hatch . . . .merchant . . . . .. . ." ", (II (1)) 0 00 4. 50 SHAM: ) J. MARION DIXON Mayor.Master' 6 acres.A chains. and.10 links containing 10. John R. E. Ro Bradford e,..... ......... ,.........Burvej. )ur'n.1
hi aU 42 !oI_ W l'rnvI.n. m.rohnnt. d. . a. 0 na I o) 00 I o) 00 4 1)0) iso Lot 16, subdivision of Sections 7 and 8, Ortloes at. Tallahassee. Florida I'heli
4 ; J 43 B. McDanlel i : : : : : : : : : : : : ;merchant; ;; : : : : : : : : : : : ; : : : : : : :: : : : -" ii iiii ia 300 3 ISO Township 26, South" of lanJ 87 Et. as reoor- SUPREME: COURT JUDGES

rI 44 J. W. WestlleldJ. . . ..merchant . . . {. a iiii "" "" a." ::1 00 :3 Oil 1 5))) Sale. ed Brevard In Book County"I. pages}'lorlla.17. and described .as follows III. H. Mabry,....,..... .. Child '
,w 4:1: ; ].. Jensen . . . .hotelkeeper2:1rooms.: . . '. 1000 14) 00 5 /flI) i A strip of ( East anil Went i F. It. Carter...... .. .. 'u"li
I. I 40 G. F. Padi!Ison., . . .merchant . . . . .. . II a' a' f 9 011)) 0 (1)/ 01 30 AND flY VIRTUE OF A DECRKK aoioss Merrlus. Inland, and hounded on the' I.F. Taylor........ .. ..A8oclllt.lu.Ui
P North by a line parallel to and 77 chains and .'4
47 O. F. ]Patitlisor\ . . .merchant . . . . . .. IIII ii an ( OO 1.1 on ;.1 00) UNDER ,, nnd ...entered In the Clr links South of tne North RAILROAD COMMISSIONER*

_ _. a 48 J. O. Krink . . . .merchant . . . . . IIIt .. aa 'a 3 ou a 04) 150 cult Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuitof 7 ami S, Township 20, huundllrle.oll8tlon. H. E. Day chairman..... .
I I 4! ) Florida in and for llreraril County In a cause on the Eiist, by banana River J bounded J. I.,. Glln..n
) 49 :J. }\[orrow.trll.nll.Iebalitll: \ : therein pending wherein) (Jorge H. Orant as.4m1tatrctorof bOI'"le. Morgan. .. Jwv]
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Grocery Co., July 2;), 1002. merchant . . . . .'. .." ." 3 00 3 00' 1M the Estate Joseph .V. Woodward The said South hy line the South being line 4 chains of said and Section 70 links 8. John J. M.Iryal.. .. .. ... .. Kiwlm
Jr., clerk. Arrnuli.Hea .
p 60) J.\I.l'Ian..erll.] . . . merchant . . . ... . ." II IIU 0 00 0 ('' 4 O .', deceased. Is rninplainant: and Leona T. South of the above described North boundary of and offices at Tallaliamwe. I'll
: 61 H. .T. Field . . . . merchant . . . ., .>. oj " ::3 00 '3 00 1 jfIi2 ) will Matlienou sell at nod public, J. b.Auction Matliesnn to ara the defenilants.highest; and I this tract being described i bounded on the West

/ J. P. C oOf.t'r. . . . druggist I . . . . v "' 'a ". aa a 00 S 00, 1 soi bust bidder! for cash, in front of the Court House by the Indian one-hnndredths River. and( containing aores. 8 and nine .CIRCUIT COURT.
ty.two ) .
Minor s. Jones
i 63 Oeo. K. . . . .merchant.'. .. ... . .. ..'. ... .. ., aa ., a 0 00 6 Ou 300) door bourn at of Tltusville Florida' during the legal AI.o. beginning on (8.ll East bank of Indian J. I). llnicir", ()rlan, Titnsville. sale the 'rae'IIOIrnm
41 L 1 61 Charles J). Provost, trans. I > on River, at the meander, corner to' Sections M and Spring''I'erm-Fonrth \ AI'rl|' )) I

l IT jL; to O. F. Walker : . .merchant . . . ... . .. " aa ... U :3 J 00 3 00 i ;;o FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER A. D. 1902 East 17, Township along the gentian South line Range eighteen 87 East chains, l thence and I'al form-Fourth Monday in XOlelbr.BREVARD .

85 Provost &; Chambers . merchant . . . v..rV -.. aa a- ." .:J 00 a (1) 1 54)I ) tho following: real estate, situated In Brevard fly links to the Banana. River; thence Smith COCLtRT..
I 1 66\ J. M. Orrel . . . merchant . . . ,: J. .s''l aa a 3 00)) :3 J 00 1/1/1/ /) County Florida viz: Lot fifteen (IS) In Block ( degrees West seventeen chalnsand tw... A. D. Penney.. ... ... ........Cnuim Jmla I
i I 67r O, T. McBride . . . merchant . . . . t. t " 3 00 a On) 10 thirty-nine ;3II) In White City according: to tin ty.ftvellk. ti.> the Indian River) thence north- James K. Andrew.I'rosecuting Allan I
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J thereof on record in the CI..rk'.ot. the rlvtr three chains and :
.. aa plat County "hor A. A. Stewart..... : .:... .. 'lei
,i$. JT >8 I.i. Jorgensen . . . merchant . . . >. .. j!I. ,. .. a 00 3 1 soii nee of the. County. forty link to the l 1intiitof beitlnnlng and containing Spring Term-Second I\londa'In county May
., k1t 60 w. B. Cross. .: . . . \Ish dealer, 4 to 8 boats .. ,. . . .00'' 111 00 GEO. M: ROBBIX8, two and seventy-four one Imndredths Summer Term-Second Monilay,' In An"uo

& IP (00 G eo. M.. Bobbins . . .. awyer. . . . .. .,. .'. ., ". 1000 1000 5 IIII) bet Special Master. ((2.74)Also acres. East hank of Indian Fall Term-Second Monday In .
f-1.- 01 8. B. :Symmea . . . .nerchant . . >.. . .. ." " :3 011) 3 00 1 54)I ) River ,eleven and.twenty-three linkssoutheasterly Winter Term-Second Monday In Fcbnnn |

I t 03: S. ti. Jones . . . .nerchant . . . . . " a. 0 00 U 00 4. IIn) I Application tor Tax Deed. Fitrn the meandcr. or r to Sections COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
? 63 Fee A Stewart . . .merchant . .. . . . . .a .. a a' 0 00 I o) oo 4 30 : and 17, Township20, South: Range 37 Kant R. E. Minis, Superintendent. ... .101"v.II.1 I
at northwest of hind of Rufus
i1 04 hull merchant . . . 'S 00 3 00 1 34)i ) corner li. Members] J. M. Dixon ; I
A B. F. . .. . . 18 HEREBY lIVEN THAT B. T. Stewart;thence North fifty-nine degrees and rive R. N. Andrews, Coooa; C. P. FlaIls, Kurt ]
t 65 W J. NesbittA. . . . ...nerchant . . . . :'. ,. a It II 3 00 3 00 1 r.o NOTICE nurcbawir of Tax Certificate. No. 254, minute East. along said Stewart North line I'lem
08( M. :Sample . . . fish dealer, 4 to 30 boats. . . a' IIII .. . 1d (00 dated the 2nd .Iay of July A I>. 1900 has seventeen chain. and ,twenty. ve links to the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

# LW (07 I). I,. (aulilen . . . awyerIsh . . . . . . " 10(10() 5/10/ Rled .said) certificate for lifted In myottlcp, and has madesppllcatfon i Went Banana along Klver the) thenceforth River two twenty chains four and negroes Hf ty- .T. R. Walker chairman Tltn.vla. John R. I IMlot
to Issue In aooord
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4 OS 11. U. Gladwln . . . dealer, running six boats ..1 aa 'a .4 . .... 15; 110 with law. Said certificate embraces the following uce. two Ins; thence sixty.nine degrees and C. Jone., Indlanola; R. J.A. ConklnJ.. White, .Jnl I I

:; 60 The Bond' Lumber Co ..merchants . . . . " :I 00 3 011) 1 110 described proiwMTty .situated Krevard county five .. Went eleven.cbalnl.. to"a palm" tee'marke,1 nebular. sestlons Woodley are; hold first Monday, in I. I Iniuntli.

_ k 1 4l 70 Mrs. E.; L. Price . . Isli dealer, with 4 to IB boats i. .... ... 13 110) ) lots, Florida to H. K to Wilson wit South..ncllot)14 West Southwest of Vublln&Roa,1,less. Kant and with West two sides thereof j thence an X.South on sev-the .

di 71 I'. B. Hicks Co . . .flsh dealer with 4 to 30 boats. ", . . ., 110; / In Southwest X of Sntitheaat. yt. in Mention tn entt-tiinedegroes and thirty minutes West brtweeu BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .
LI 'ft: 72 'L'\ B. Hicks & Co . ...Ish dealers . . . . " ... . .S 00 Township II,HUllth Rung'in Kant Th ....ldllln'l two row of orange treesix chains and D. Penney), TltnM..lel.;. .. Count; "Into I IJas.
J I 73 W. C. Braddock A Co . IIMh dealers with four boats . a. ..... ... IU 0(44j being amteaiwd at the ditto of Issuance. of such palm twenty tree five on links the bank to. Indian of the River river and marked through with; a le. ;. Proit;' Ally'",
'OtrtlrtoHte In the of .
) name F. A. Chappell heirsTnless A. A. Stewart
) 74 (U. \J :Scoble . . flsh dealer 30 boats or less . " . . is: '"I) said. certificate shall be redeemed accord. two notches, East and Wet; tbonce"oltheaster. J. F. Wooten TltMnlo.. (OUlljfl.r
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75 (U. W. )ScobleO. ) . . . fish dealer, branch house ",' "H . . . 00) In ir to law tnx decal will Issue. thereon on the ly along the river 8h.re three E. w. Hall. Tltu.vle....... 1'a fnllertn.
J ) '; 711 W. :Scoble. . . . 11 sh dealer, branch house . a U U . . . 6011) aurh ay of September, A. D. 11102.Wftnomf tyt"'o four links and to sixtyIght the point of rne-uundredths beginning, containing F. H. /ye. t. ... Tr"r.R. .
.. ollti'lai sluuartire and seal this the (4418)) E. Inli
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4. t JLr 77 Andrew Gibson . . .merchant.; . .i. . .. ." ". " :3 I 00 3. 10;; 20tb day of my August A. D. lOWi.fKHAI. \ acre J. 4). Fries, Honav."ture.imville. .. County Snjit
: 1t4 7A JoUna) & Arnold . . Mali dealers with four boats . .t . . . 10 ''HI) !: ..] A. A. STEWART Also the Sn.tl one-half < '1U itodgson Bros . . . ..merchants . . . . . " 'a a' 6 00 6 1101 3 00 Clerk Circuit Court of Krevard ('o., Via., Ea Sections.t. as shown 7 by, Township plat tin South Range in Book 37 T. \Cock LGrange. .Ref iHtrntlonOtllfff,

80 Faber Bros. . . . merchants . . . . . " .. :J JO 3 1 iiO By O. A.Stewart, Iieputy Clerk. "1." .page 177, of the. he"of. recor.lel", In and TITtTSVILLK! TOWN COUNCIL
1 4 tp 81 Ft.Plprl'l'I'lshCo..flMhdealers.4' to 30 boats. . ." .. . .00'' 15/10/ for Brevanl County. Said south half extending: J. M. Dlxon. ; R. E. Minis, Jr.. ininbil
__ 1 :i 82':! Urs. Maunders: . . .fish dealer, with 4 to SO boat . ." '. . . 15 00) Application for Tax Deed. live r>om chains Indian and Hlverto twenty-two.0>nana links. River wI and containing being and tax -. mayo'L. 8. lra'lllf.> clerk IM
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_ 4 I 83 J.' '1'. Daniel . . . ..dentist\ . . . . . . a. a' a. 1000) 10 ((10) i1 (401 tl and, thirty six hundroilths (10.3)) Walker treasurer F.} John A. Morgan Henry,,O. F. Dnren, S., J"ln((1 |Vlandineham *'
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I I 81 T. '1'. Bevil . . . . .keeping livery stable . .. . " 6 00 6 00 :.10:; NOTICE 19 HEREBY HIVKV THAT E. L. more or less. and J. L. Caruther. cnuncilmn

ri1 86 j. n. Bast . . . . hotel keeper . . . . . .".. .. .. 'a.. 10) 00 10 ((14) ;5 110) ft3l.: dieted.: purchaser the. Bib day of Tax& July Certificate A. D. IHUfl No.' River Also at, noglnnliiff the meander: on the corner West to bank Sections of Banana 8 and The council meets first ) I each moot1.a .

80 F.denOro.and $upplyCo.merchant. . . . /. . 600) 600 ::1011 has ; said certificate In my: E' 87 E. C. Johnson . . . .merchant . . . . .. . aa a' a 00 S 00 10;; made application lor tax deeu to issue In accordance South Nat d lre. seventeen and 4;. M. .!. Dlxim Im
.. with law. Bald certificate embrace, Rnhbins president M.
I t 88 Mrs. C. $. Hull . ... . .merchant . . . . . H .' .. 3 00 II (00) 1)0; the following denorlliad property situated liKrevard twenty-live. along.the river Indian shore River four t thence chains southeasterly and urer. J. It. Bast, .ecretar.; Meets second .

? 89 C.'I'cCarty\ . . lawyer . . . .,. . . " 10 00 10 00. S //III County .Florida to witi Part Lot 10lid. twenty-one link to the liu this day made between nesday night in eab at their rooms. '
90 (lladwin & Walker . ...lull dealers . . . . . ." sa .. a. . .is noI 8 by Britt and N.: by MoCall, Sec. 15.;Township the said Matbison and Booth; thence FREE AND ACCEPTED S.

F 91 J. E.: Andrews . .. . .lawyer . . . . . . " 10 (00 ( 00D e"Hed ii at s.the Range date of 40 K.the The Issuance I said of land tuch being oertlfl as' Easi N.rth., through seventy a.nine palm degrees tree standlnir and thirty on the minutes river Indian River Lodge: No. 90. bola JISC Its meetlncl I
: A. 11)[. Sample . . . Ish dealer branch house. . . .." aa aa aa .. . . Ii 011) cute. In the nnme. of Win. Gore. Unless said certlflcate bank and marked with two notcb o. East and the second and fourth Friday evenlll of etc)
ill j' J 03 Ucou & O'Brien1 . . fish dealers . . . . . "_ ." .. . .. . 15 00 shall be ndmniwl) according to law, tax West and on six chains and twenty-live links month at their lodire room W now MM
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1 e4v.. Kagan . . .merchant . . . . . .. ." .. .4 .s 8 00 .) 1 54) ileed will, A.D.Issue 11102.thereon on the 28th day ot October marked between with two rows two notches of orange and trees a "X"to a on palm the East tree at F. A.1:30 Morgan o'clock Sao'y.p. m. J. R. Walker.

p"V.. I.. Reefer . . . nerchant . .. . . . ... ." " 3 00 3 01.1 1 50 Witness my ottlrlal signature and seal this the and West sides thereof; thence north sixty-nine STAR.Friendship .
9(1 It. B. :Stewart. . . . .. nerchant . . . . :.. ... .. ., 8 00 3110 1 iio') :28th day: of September,A. U. 1\11\ l. degrees and tlf ty-o e minutes East,eleven chains ORDER OF EASTERN )

1il 07 .1alllt's Neal . . . .merchant . . . . . aa a' 0 00 0 001 4 ;)0 Clerk[r-al.l Circuit) Court Brevard A A STEWART County: Florida, the to the river H..n..n"IUv..r. chairs. two chains; thence. northwesterly I>nks to along the; In the Masonlo Chapter Lodge No. 1, Tltnsvllle holds Its meeting, I Inrsfluesitavin

_ ri.-? DM)' O. ].'. (Junkllu.' ... ..tlrIIL'hat. __ ", o.__ . . . . . " ., 4O-) ) -iso-0-> mInt of beirlnninir. nil .. _.ndellh._ _| _anil thlrt.veiKht __ each month at8SOo'cl: <) p.i
ii-i! 99{) E: 0.; Walker; ; traiu.; M.: H: ,.: / ./ for Tax one-hundredths. (8.3M.) acres,m together mo wli u or b cad the third Tuesday in each month nmcT,at *'Jociock t

I Joue Jr., March 12, 100):! merchant . . . . . a 'a ... 3 On) a 00 1 30 Application Deed. lands.the riparian. rights belonging!to all of the said the lodge p.i m.Mrs.The O.following M.Bobbins); are, worthy the matron.,

I )\ I Ion Ankona Fish Co . . IIsh delll'rB . . . . . " aa 'a ... . 10 110 IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT W. B. F. J. WEBB. Dr. B. K. Wilson, worthy natron; Mr.. HI, *
;' ,I lot A. V. Lansing . . ..druggist . .... . ... . 'a 'a .a a :I j) ) 3 (Iltl) J liOf ) NOTICE. purchaser Tux. Certificate No. I. Master In Chancery. Wilson associate matron | )Ir. F. A.serrertr MT1Pttrearurer ,
f c, 100J Holt Bros. . . . . rnt'r'hantll . . . . . .." " ::1 Oil 3 01')' I Iill/ dated the 2nd nay of July A. D. 11810.) has D.L.OACLDEV. Miss Kate I Stewart Mrs. R., con C. ductless Scrlmfteour: : Mrs, .,\,to*'
for
filed Solicitor .
lOa( [<'t. l'lt'ro Drug 00 . ..lr.ggbits . . . . . " 'a :J p"1 :3.I 00, 1 54)I) application saul certificate for lax dtftd In my to nfllce Usue) and in "accordancewith has made Oorl.lalnant.la8ter Hughes, associate confluotress.Mrs. O. \.8
:1" :. lOt !\In.\ 1\1. )t;. Hili. . . .merchaut. . : . . . . ." " aa 3 OIl) :3 J OOj 10;; law. add 1 certificate cmbrares the follow hie Adah ; Mrs. J. R. Walker' Ruth | ;

1MV.. X. Coon . . . cll'ntlst. . . . . . .. a 'I 0 10 00 10 1)(21( r. (MI loll( flesrrlbed |>ro|>erty Hituated) in re..ardc..ulltYl 's Sale. Mrs.Morgan T.'T., Esther We)more Mm.,J.Marshal f.Carruthers) Miss, 11..r Zo'.n'
:* 106 Hl"nclr at Oohillmith. . merchant" a .. 6) 00 fI 00 ::1 1 110 Florida. to wit t All Peter Foucbard
) . . . . . In Section 31. Township 20. Sough Ranges. Stewart, Electa.
107 :Mla Kate Eyer. . . mer'hant . . ... . . . ." " :2..I ro :2..I 50 I :25!; .14 and 3(1( Thesai.Ilant hllI.e..e.l at the AND BY VIRTUE OF X FINAL; -
4 I 11k1 1.'. .1. 'Vebb. . . . lIwyer. . . . . . .i 'a .. ia .. to 00 10 00 'II IN) lane of the Isoiiam'e nf suth, certIficate In the USHER in foreclosure entered .the Clr-
1 a t 10\\' Charles' A. Garllner. . ..me-r.hant _. . . . . . " (0 (00 (000 I 31HIll ) he nellie redeemed. of Unknown.ac('. l'nh".1, certificate deed .hal If Florida cult Court In for for the 8..enth Judicial Circuit Notce of Application to SLiquors

I johi( henry . . . agent. . . . .'; ;;. ." 'a 1001) 10/(1/ ( 600 sue tneraon on the>Htli day of October A. I> IWJj therein riependlng'whereln aOl : F. E Heath, In a and cause E. Wine and Beer.PUBLIC" .
111 Morgan & Jones . . .lanit agental . . . . . I, ". 10 00 10 00 iIHI Witness my official signature and seal this the K. Rossiter. Executors of John Heath are
.1 112 U. n. Ulcou& Sonll. . ...(lain dealt'rs. . . . . . .' al sa a' a' .. U (40 I ) 3th seal day) of September A. I)A.. 1WM.A. STEWART complainants. and J. 1'. Brown, as a..lolat. trltf
) I k 113 I,. A. illidreth . ... wine" and 25 aa a' aa .. son 00 20 on) [ ) torof Julia C. \Vellen, et al are NOTICE IS HERFBY GIVEN ,
"t'lIInK liquor, \ baer4. ...00. Clerk Circuit Court of Baevard Co., Ida will sell at puhllo sale in front of the Carleton. Jr., has (tied with l II
I 111 II.P.I'iIUlres&/'Ion/' . .hotel k\.ep\.rs. . . . . .. J '1\ 080) 2080 10401l By O. A. Stewart deputy Clerk. House door, at TlttisvilU, Florida' Cnur Board of County Coin mlmiloner of H"-;:
I ) Han'p Bradtorll, trans. to der learnt bou.of sale the to toe highest and best bid- County, state of Florida his application (.(''0''

r4 j' Haul rson&CoJune 13.1002.merchant . . . .. . .Jan. 1,1002{, ". ::1 2S ::1 28 1 11 Notice for Publication.DEPAUTMKSr cuh.on permit UlHtrlct t.el i 1110.wlneael county and. state tn

___ __._ J) 116 1. 0. \ \ . . . stable. . . . .. Oet.l.W01. 6 0100/ 20)) SIXTH DAY OF OCTOBER, A.D., 1002, mien application will be acted on bv the 1
t 7r : 117 11. P..l-Iharps&l Son . .. clgara . . . . 1 .. 417 417 2011 0V THR I.XTEBIOH, 1 ; Board of County commissioners at their"nr"
) 118 Un. Maiil Ort't'n . . merchant. . . . . . .Dec. 1. 11402.a a' ::1 2:1: 2 2:) 1 1)A ) Land Office at Uainevt. Ille, Fiat.,Sept.:. 19412. the month same and being a lega the sale first nay Monday the in the paid des regular Tuesday meeting In Uctober, whicd A.will D.be 1902 held, on ac tIC t w

110) Url.! 1\1.\ R. JII1\\ & Co. . mt'rehant. . . . . . ..' Oct. 1, 1001. 3 Oil) J 00 lu; ) Notice is hereby given that the following.flan.el cribed real estate situated In lol.wln. o'clock In the afternoon of said day u.d '"J
.1 120 E.l'lvl"dellus. :. . . ..!Ish dealer . . . . . ..Oct. I, 1001. a. 4)4)c ) ) final settler has tiled notice of his Intention to Brevard and State of Florida; or toe much : .: said Board hereby calls upon any citizen if"M. "
: bake of his
J proof nuvuort claim and of as will satlsry said anal Election desire to ili> >
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1.n: J. '1'. 1"t'lulter0 . . .flllh deall'rs. . . . . ... Oct. 1, 1001. . 1.1 00 that "aid IA' mauls before Clerk I Circuit' I All of de'ree c..t. wit how Dlntrlot If whn may be. at the mil'I"' '"
fractional
12:1: Indian River 1)rug 00. ..II1'uKgt.tf.! . . . . . Oct. 1, 11101.} 3 110) 1 30'a. Court at Iltllaile. Fla.oi on Nov. 1st, 1WU. via: all of Lot Three((3)Section In Section Twenty-nlne Thirty ( ((211., ) and In OUI.meeting any of .Id tber Rrd. why such |iern $

123 lIullllll River Drug Co . druggltlt . . . . . fleo. 1, 1I1.) } 2 1\.1\ .:. .: 1 27 George, for the 8Ki of Section, Tltnsville 23.Tp 21, 8 Kla., Hd.2MI3 Township Twenty-six ((20) South of Range Thirty sh..1. not b granted t 4iflhi55i0era !
ii i 121 A. I. l\Iarlh.\ . . . .hott'l keeper . . . .. . .Jan. 1, 11))2.)() aa aa lS 7 s : UlS: He names the following witnesses R.3I. sereu (3?) East, containing Eluhty-nve((85)) acres of BreTanl of County tli*, the :;
more or less County,
I 1l 1.1.1: J. 1 44. 1'Ihiltett.l1; Co . . merl'hant . . ... . . ... II" a' 2 21i : ; 1 tI: continuous:: residence nixm and cultivation of vey and being according In Brevard: to the l'nft States Sur day of September, A. D. 1 Flurle..
1211 J.J. ".hit". . . . hou-I keeper. . . ... . " a. aa 7\,1: 3 75;; said Fla. land vii I Rice i N.of%V.Tltusville.Robinson Fla.of Tltusville JelTsrsnnCuyler tlorl. JOHN R WALKER .:"
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; bwlng; | .
127 }'. !lobl'rtllon . . . hotel. . 1901.a aa 'a 10 00 :s 440 F. A. MORGAN, Chairman of Board of County
-I-' keeper . . . 1. of I\lhla. Fla.: ". C. T. Warren nf Minis, [tL.L1.] iniaalonen, Brevard Count '
,, 7Jd US F." ltobt'rtflon. . . . .mer'hant . .. . .: . (' 1..1001. a' ::1 (on 301l'u) Fla. W. O. ROBINSON Itot Special Master. :
''JM 129 "'.11[. 'l'ylt'r . : . hutt'l keeper . . . . . 10 100'J. 6 67 6 67 3 33 rub. fen paid Register.
fr'1 1:10: ,V. K. :\unu . . . .n\erchl1l1t. . . . . . \, 1. 101)-J. .. :2..I 25 :2..I 23 1 1:1: Application for Tax Deed.

) 1:11: charlIe l'iheaben ... . ... ..lIIt'rchant . . . : . . '". 1. 1001. 2 ISO :I 50 1 25; Notice. KIDNEY DISEASES

1't tl2: J. O. Ullbt'rt . . . IIvl"ry itl\ble. . . . . OV. I, 1001. 'a 4 59! 4 59!) ::1 2U IS HEREBY GWEN THAT F.
NOTICE
; 13:1.\.0.: Dittmar. . . . ..lan.1 a . . . . . \. 1. 1001. aa 1000 1000 600 TAKE NOTICE THAT purchaser of Tax Certificate I
'p. 4 1:1&: Harry Jennings . . .land agent . .. .: . . .. " 1000 1000 1001J ) ALL.COXCERXE. Brwn. .. Sheriff and ex-Ofndo baa filed 779, dated said certificate the 2nd day of July A. D. 1900. the fatal of all

11 : B. L. Motlow . . . ...running pool table. .. . . a 'a .. 2300 2S 00 1:1: r.o leceaiMd Administrator, has filed his of suggestion the Estate of In J. C. Frlnk of, made application for tax deed my to Issue office(n andhae accord- a most d

1 1:10: 1-1. II. Peck . . . . hotel keeller. . . .. . . .Jan. 1, .1002.: IS 7S 1S 87 0 ::11I the insolvency of the estate of said writing deceased. **?* with law. Said certificate .mb. the eases.
J I 137 S. 11. Peck . . . .uiling ciKnr" . . . . ., .. .. .. 3 76 3 76 1 ssI Tb..rfor all persona hsvtngcwm. against said county.Mowing Florida described, to-wlt property Lot l a
k 13S [rs. J.o'. O. $tetaon . rUDnlnjf boarding house. . u' 71 50 7 I'iO a 75I .tt ar hereby authenticated required to In appear and file
1 130 ( oo'le t ( . . . ) agents . . . .. . . 1. 1001. 1000 1)00( 511() befnie the 4th day. ol Apri. 1003.my Con on or sat, Bertluns( and S in Township South of F FOLEY'S IISSor

4 140 R. A. Bans . . . .lIvery. .table. . . .. . .. " 6 00 6 00 ::1.0HI Ordered this 27th d Sptmbr. A. D.11 and Range being 41 East aiuesmd, containing at the date TH acres.of the The Issuance said .

I 1 'V. II. 11. ( . . agent . . . .. .. b.l,1002. 666 666 33i [Seal) PEXrE 01 such: certificate In the name of Geo. W.
142 Murray B. hail : . .. . .. .. . . 1 1001. 1000' 1000 600) la4m County Judge. fleld. Unless said certificate shall be !' Chat refunded.
_ I ,. 143 J.o're.L H. :Nauman .t Co . ."sh dealers, with tour boats. . .Feb. 1. 100'J. as ..... .... 10 00 the according 20th day to of law October., tax deed A.will D. 190-j.Issue thereon on money C

t H& S. F. .L'ravj> & Co . .. merchanti . .. ... .. .. . :Mch. 1. 1902 1'7:5' : 1 S8 WANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY 01'L Witness my official signature and seal this the remedies
145 .J.J. l'tieker . . . .fish dealer . . .. ... .. ... Oct. 1, 1001. .... .... 1:100: boalneea lady for In old each established county oh lath day of September,A. D. IsKW. recd best (lo
4 146 Irwin Conyers . . .Ibh dealer u .. 00 an := tf a'] A. A. STEWART, nent
J, . .. . . . . . 01 solid financial standing.: A atrljht. Clerk Circuit Court of Brevard phyd te !
LI 1 1017 'Vooten&McNalr..merchantil.. . . . . .. C .. 300 3 .. lIlt'' weekly each salary of f 18.DO ecb By O. A. Stewart Connty., D. C.C JTa. : trble
4 ; 118) 0. S. chllyler . . ...rt'al t'itate agent . . . .a a 's. aa 10 00 10 6 00UI Wednesday Money with all .xpna. direct expenses.front h.aqna" PRICK 50e. aaaJ $1.00.

:. ) A. B. Brooks. .. . . merchant . . . .. . ...Aprlli)1002 146 1 7JHHt. ager,344) CUll Bldg Chicago. 2Jau3. voc.uJ does job printing. B. u. WILSON & SO> .







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A DANGEROUS TRAITOR.The THROWING THE LASSO.The GRAND ARMY ENCAMPMENT.At Dangerous Feat of a

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'E0. M. feOBBINS, Itnnlt of Pevbitntro'a Plot eo Manner In Which the Hop !. the request of Grand Army men In Daring Bicycle RiderThe n
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Kilt the Kl>v.Proliubly various of the State be. !
Handled by on Expert."A ::: parts we publish r ,

( ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR uo well moaning poet was mistaken impression prevails ID low a portion of the official circular in idea of diving, ou a bicycle orlgl. \

I AT-LAW. ever'wore taken l>y surprise than \vu the mind of the public In regard to the I regard to railroad rates. aatcil with a bright:; and clever Uoiiuin
:M. Pt'CJulIltre i "0. A. It. National Encampment Circular
n gentle and mild mats "
muimcr Ui which n lasso! Is handled, couth of twenty-two mimed L'nibertoDlamnntl ,
1 practice In State and United States nen-d French drumatlst ot the seventconth I NoI.: Headquarters Depart
rays an e pl'rt. "The Idea that the loopIs ment of Florida, Grand Army of the -n feat which culled for

Court. : century who was one day arrested always swung around the bend be- Republic Maltland, Fin., Aug. 12li>O2. .nerve and daring of n high order, together ,\

Office at TITUSVILLE, FL).. for lit Kb treason as be wn. foe making! a cnst, especially when The Uith: national encampment of the with tho ability' of a powerful j

peacefully eating his dinner at a vllLIKO the roper Is on foot, la erroneous.! No G. A U. will! be held In Washington:; D. and rapid) swimmer, says' reiirson's !

L. OAULDEN, inn. man of experience ever makes a cast D.during:; the week commencing Oct.Ith. MugKzlne. The I Idea was to ride along
The landlord of the Inn where lie In this fashion from tilt ground lu Tickets on sale from Oct :3rd, good to return till top of the nrtltlelal embankment'

e ATTORNEY-AT-LAW was In the Imblt of dining discoveredon practical work. There are several reasons until Nov. 3rd, by an extension to of tho Tiber and plunge Inft:( the river
a table n piece of paper on which be male In Washington at a cost of only
why he does not One of them is beyond Tho diver roust retain control
rill practice In all the Cunrtt of the State were written" noiue unintelligible is to 50 cents the machine not only afterleaving
that the movement likely frighten over
Florida and the United The following rates has been secured:
Suites Courts..O phrases and below In a plain, bold
tho stock, especially horses' ; another Key West, 41.10; Sanford, *IS.0.1; De- I term
Box 236. band. "Hero I will kill the king"
TITUS VIIXE, FLA. The IntuUiml that he may have\ to walt some minutes Land 1M.10Palatka) ; \ ; $17.15;West Palm firma and plunging I have had occasion to ui.
consulted with the chief
"before n favorable opportunityoccurs Beach, *'!'S 03; New Smyrna, f;J1.05; Day. dizzily yourBlackDraught
J. WEBB, of police CU-nrly' this clew to a con- for making:; u cast. lie knows tuna, j.,,,>. 1,1; Sit. Augustine |18.i(>;,.Jack midair I but also / Stock and Poultry Medl.
Hpirncy ought to bo followed up. The that better results are obtained by sonville, $10.05. during tho awful. | cine and am pleased to lay that I never ;

A TTORNEY.A T.LA person' who bad left the paler had nl- the unobtrusively AlII10mralb from tho East Coast or on and brl'atbcatcb' used anything for stock that gavs! half a*
W. holding rope ns as
ready been remarked for his absent the line of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad good latlifactlon. I heartily recom.
|WIll: practice In the Courts at the 7th air and glenmlug eye. That man win 1 t oti sIb l"\'en keeping It concealed who desire to go with the head Jug descent to : .I I [ mend it to all owner of stock.

rcult. Taxes paid for nonresidentsd I'echantre. from the object of capture."On quarters car, or the olncliil train so-called, the surface of h. ul N1 J. B. BELSHER. SI. Louis Mo
rents and accounts collected.UsVILLE tEe contrary, however when must be sure to have their tickets read the water. After
The chief of Instructed Sick stuck should
police the or poultry not
mounted and lu pursuit It Is absolutely via Atlantic: Coast from Jacksonville Inking deep
J.lue
FLORIDA.D. landlord eat cheap stock food than,
to send for him the next time any more
necessary to swing the loop over and have tho local agents be sure to down with the ,ry sick persons, should expect to be
the conspirator came to dinner. around the bead for the cast 'must be give this kind of a through ticket. machine he must cured by food. When your stock
PENNEY, When I'echantre was shown the evidence The headquarters'car will leave Jacksonville swim to laud
made with thu greatest possible forceIn and poultry are nick give them medicine
of lila guilt be, forgot the awful order to overcome not only the forward at I) a. m. Sunday, Oot. 6th, and with It-a most :. J llon't stuff thorn with worth-

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, charge against him and exclaimed: movement of the pursued but resell Washington at an early hour next awkward and loin> Btock food Unload the bowel
"Well, 1 glad to that morning. Every comfort and accommodation -
am see paper.I wind should that even dangerous and\ stir up the torpi.llivrr and the
also the action of the
!ITCSVII.IK, FLORIDA. have looked everywhere for it. It possible will bo provided and 'rescue" to effect animal will| be (cured if it be possible -
chance to bo against you."As special attention will be given the ladles
Is part of a tragedy I'urn writing. It to cure it. lilack-Draught Stock
III 1 practice In all the courts of the 7th to the manner of casting nome of the party. when be.yondone's and Poultry Medicine unloads the
Is the climax of my best scene, whore
Judicial Circuit. Nero is 'rop r''"' mist with a quick, Jerky move All matters connected with headquarters depth. bowels. and stirs up the torpid liver.It .
be in
to killed. It comes here.
m<,nt' of the baud seeming to use the In Washington, as well as private Thus It may be .- cures every malady of stock if
Let me rend it to you. And ho tooka arm very little and the body not at alt accommodations for comratis and their seen that the taken in time Secure 25-rent: can

BEDERICK A. MORGAN, thick manuscript from his pocket Others employ body arm and band. families, are I In the hands Punt Department contest was one of lltack-Drauglit/ Stock and Poultry

"Monsieur, yoit may finish your dinner Both methods are effective when perfected Commander Oeo. F, Foote, of which called for Medicine and it will pay for itself ten
EAT. ESTATE AND INSURANCE null your tragedy in pence" said Henry U. Whlpple Pout at Orlando, who more than tho times over. torses work better Cows
the chief of police and he tneat a hasty by practice. is now acting as a special assistant adJu. give more milk. Hogs gain fleiih.
Loans average amount 1
Notary Public. retrofit.Scarnboim. tant-general, with headquarters at No. eu" And hl'Dslay more eggs. It solves the
fiollectlons, Typewriting, Stenography. Iloarri With the Batler.To OJU.Fifteenth:!( N. W., Washington, I). of physical problem of making as much blood,
e Kitrvt'm Sacred Beetle. avoid the trouble of housekeeping C. Comrade desiring to secure rooms durance, ns well .ft flesh! and energy as poHnibla out of:

ITITUSVILLE, FLA. Scarabisua,"the god beetle of the lower many wealthy Parisians board and mmvls' can do so by writing to Com us for a steady ,. tho smallest amount of food con-

Nile." hns been with their butler so to speak. Instead rad Foote, stating price they are willing bend and Unshaken sumed. Buy n can from your dealer.
worshiped, petted
TADK n. JONES of ordering the food for the household to pay and what kind accommodations nerve.
and feared several
by benighted, sects
desire.
from day to day: they lilY a Used mini they A very Interest -
of Egypt since tho time "when the
S. IIumiKiiT: : LANCKY
1 contest
their butler housekeeper nl
month or
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE mind and history of man rimnetli not per to E. KICHAKDS, Dop.U'tCom.
who contract to supply' them with wita arrangedbetween
"
to the contrllr). Like the other sacred Aunt. Adj Gen.
Loans and Collections i the usual three meiils per day coinposed young _- .: DO YOU GET UP
crenturi'H of idolatrous countries, several .
of the customary courses' says IMumnntl as u .j
TITUSVILI.IC ; mythical fancies lire woven around :;: -
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FI.OIIIDA.GEO. this What to Eat The price paid for this Mar .)., Custom In Relttam.Tho cyclist and his -' : WITH A LAME BACK ?
entomological rarity.
honored! month of the rival Dorghl
service varies In accordance with the. most year on
A. WORLET, The number of IU toes thirty, weresupposed style of living If guests be Invited to In Belgium ls the mouth of May foot. This weird and extremely novel ------

to symbolize tIll average dinner or any sort of entertainment be known n* the Virgin's month nnd consecrated race was easily won by the Iron nerved Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Dumber' of days In a month. On each given an f.xtrn sum per bond is paid to the Virgin Mary In the cyclist, both as regards, time and clean --
detxwlted Almost everybody who reads the
new moon day It a ball containing newspapers -
eneral practice In State and Federal 300 which the In this way the lady of the house pro.4liici' of Liege young maidens havea Jumping.. Is sure 10 know of the wonderful
Courts. All business entrusted will eggs Egyptian uvouls the nmioynuco of butchers' and qiitilnt way of predicting their love There was tremendous excitement cures made by Dr.
ensured their followers referredto
receive prompt attention. priests bakers' bills, and ,If the butler does affairs tills month. A group I of girls. Just before the race came elf and J Kilmer's Swamp-Root,

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, the number of days In the year, the not keep his part of the 'contract It Is area! ;;e to meet at sunrise and ntnrt tlermo crowds lined the high embankment the great kidney liver
color of the bull Itself
Miami. brilliant golden easy", enough to hind another-to replacehim. to wail through the 111'111111IIt II( they that skirts the Tiber. The excitement and bladder remedy.

MIAMI, FLORIPA. personifying the nun. In ancient times Of course, the president's hou c- cone to n hedge, quite unobser\ed' was quite nt fever (heat when 'l' It Is the great medical

this curious beetle was declared to be bold U curried out on this plan on a from tho hlifhwuy, where they generally the oJ'l1l'rVn", :given.; ."Oo!" and both triumph of the nineteenth b

I JAMES ANDREWS, of but one sex, the male but modern IIIJ.ltoLot, and ninny of the big stores choose honeysuckle bush beneath cyclist and foot runner started off at u 1 Ii ( century; discovered n
Investigation,: has exploded that one after of '
supply all their employeesltb dully the protecting/, branches of t'l'l'llIl'I'IIl-'e. It seemed hnrilly possible' L II years

',. ATTORNEY- \W. myth nt least meals In tbo mime rniinner. The banks which to perform their mystic opera that any aiuie innn could deliberatelyride II scientific Dr. Kilmer the eml .
,
Jain office and posto/llco address, TITUS- lu connection with the Egyptian nations and other administrations of similar tions. incli: niitlden' selects three a bicycle over so appalling a jirec neat kidney and bladder )

VILLE. Branch office at Four PIEKCK. the Gnostics as well as some of nature irftei) furnish", the noonday weal blades of dew laden grass, tlm tops of fpU-o: but, what Is much more remark --- specialist, and Is J

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. the early Christian fathers speak of to their clerks, by contract. the latter which she cuts to equal length and to able llgnor Ulunllllltinot only did thin wonderfully successful In promptly curing .

IINotary I Public State at Christ as the ecarnbieus and symbolizehim paying H trifling sum toward the cost. each of which she attaches n colored but actually retained his. presence of lame back kidney, bladder uric acid troubles ,
Large. its a man with a beetle's bend. silken thread. lllack represents n mind throughout the entire descent and Brlght's Disease which Is the worst

The Egyptians always embaVned this Out of Proportion. bachelor red an unknown lover and through the nlr ns well ns ou striking form of kidney trouble.

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, sacred insect Benban>-I try 'to believe the Bible, green tho secret desires! / of the O1llhl.en's the water, dud even beneath the surface Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root Is not recommended -
for everything but If have kid-
but I find thut of the ten virgins hi. troublesome you
story heart Ten days afterward they for bo brought *
ATTO 'Va nted. ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
KNEY-AT-L A W
lire of whom were wise and five fool return to the same spot where they mount to tumid with little or no exertion Just the remedy need. It has been testedIn
you
We would like to ask, through the columns I
Sims Building, of your paper, If there U any person ish n little Iwrl1lexlnlt.: left the blades growing, and thnt blade mild the frantic applause of the specI so many ways In hospital work. In private

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. who has used (Ireoa'sAugust Flowerfor Mrs lWtobllm'hut' the matter of the three chosen which has surpusHcd tntr'I'A practice, among the helpless too poor to purr "

the cure of Indigestion, UyspepHla, with that the others In height reveals. the Pays chase relief and has proved so successful

and Liver Troubles that hall not Wen lteuhue.-Judging from the women I lover the maiden Is destined to lIuo.l .- > Ooocl-It every case that a special arrangement has

GEORGE W. ALLEN cured-and we also mean their results, hnve known the proportion of foolish New York Tribune.Ieat'ooss A Chicago man has observed that been made by which all reader of this paper

Such as sour stomach, fermentation' of ones wnw altogether too small.-New "Uood deeds are --better than real, estate I who have not already tried It, may have a

ATTO RNET-AT-L A W, food, habitual costiveness, nervous dyspepsia York Thies! Cannot be Curedby deeds Homo of the latter are worthless. sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
KEY WEST btmdiches' despondent feelings ? telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
,
FLOHIDA. local Act and show
applications, as they cannot kindly gently, II) in pa thy
find out If have kidney or bladder trouble.
Will practice In the United States HleeplcsHness fact, any trouble con- Stops the Cough reach the diseased portion of the ear, and lend a helping hand. You can not When you i
and State nected with the stomach or liver? This There Is. lose bv It." Most writing mention reading this generous :
Courts.
6jun05 and works off the Cold only one way to cure Deafness, posdlbly men approcl --
lias sold) offer In this
medicine been for lu and
many years and that Is by constitutional remedies, ate a kind word and encouragement more paper
all civilized countries, and we wish to Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a send your address to I
Deafness Is than substantial There
caused' by an Inflamed condition help. aro persons
BURNIIAM correspond with you and send you one of cold In one day. No Cure No Pay, Dr. &Co.Blng- IN
N.S. M. D. {if the mucous lining of the Kustachlfln in this community who might truthfully 7 i
our books free of cost. If jwu' never tried Price 2 cta. friend cheer A hamton, N. Y. The ,
Tube When this tube gets In. say: "My good up. '
SURGEON and SPECIALIST August Flower, try one bottle first. We .'.lolln.Tlif named you have a rumbling sound or fewilosoHof"' Chaberlnln'a! Cough Remedyrid regular fifty cent and Horn.of SWMIP-ROO.
have known of 1W If dollar sizes sold all
never failing.: so, are by good druggists
r.l.ib. r>( 1'nli'stlne U a sort of Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely you of your cold, and there lit no .
the
Ear, Nose and Throat. something more serious Is matter violin Tlif 1..1.1.1M n frameeovt closed J Deafness Is. the result, and unless danger whatever from' pneumonia when
with Ask oldest druggist. square
you. your the Inflammation be taken and you use that medlclnb. always cures.
can out
WEST PALM BBACR O. 0. JKiiKN N. J. -rwl, 1 with p.livbmeut. The Inutrumem
FLORIDA Woodbury,
this tube restored to Irs' normal condition, [ know It for It has helped me out manya
Is ,pl.-i.vHl with a bow ThenIs will be time." Hold all and medicine '
hearing destn>ynd forever; nine by druggists
If Were Po. ll le.Clnrlbel but oui- Hiring u thick coarse horse Y1SEEDS
T-VR. HOUOHTON'S A. It > cases nut of ten are caused by catarrh, dealers
-I wonder what that creature hair but expert performers can. It Is which Is .nothing but an Inflamed condition

meant? said get considerable variety of tone of the mucous surfaces, arrFilter tubes are now for sale at I.

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS Laurie-What creature? from this primitive Instrument. Wo will give One Hundred. Dollars for this office, price 21cts; postage extra aTrnehlua The Farmer

any rase of Deafness (caused by catarrh
the Clnrllx-I-Why. Tentworth. of course. )
on "Denies,1'Now When I told him everybody said 1 was "It Goes Hlglit to the HI ot." that cannot be cured by Hall's Jatajrh fa Pnrrnl. The Gardenerand
Mend for
AT PALM: BBACH.Foley's Improving In my singing:, be said he Cure. circulars, free. "There nr' two ways" sold a bird
was delighted. to bear It. The ideal- When pain or Irritation exists on any F. J. CIIEVKY ('o., Toledo, O. d.'IIII'r. "ot teaching n purrot to talk. The Housewife ::1:1t
part of the body the application oj Bnl- 'Sell bv all Drugging 75o.Mall's Out Is t > him In a darkenedroom I TI,.- mutt a ItttlH fliers Tliiy 1
Stray Stories. iard'tf Snow Liniment, will give prompt Family Tills are the bast. way put f am s tfrmif innn 1
Kidney Cure to *'lt ten corner and to repeat! tlinn Dm urdlimry Shutt.' .Mold 1 1r
relief. "It goes right to the spot, said r VHrjwIum,, ivul niiiutl I...
f r makes kidneys and bladder right. Her Protent. an old man who was rubhjng It In. to Captured.Slabel / over and over again the word you D. M. pinny *. co.

"Darling." said Ed win. "your eyes cure, his rheumatism.' 0. 1(. Hmith, -1 suppose you have hoard of rant him to acquire. A clever parrot Detroit Mloh.

are like diamonds your teeth like Propr Smith:! House, Tenaha, Texan, sister. I.ou's marriage Slio's taken a will learn n word or u phrase after

pearls your lips referable the most glorious writes: "I have used Bollard's Snow' flat in Kensington.Miss some- 400 or ftJO repetitions, while for

Virginia HomesYou rtibiem! and your hair" Liniment In my family for several years, : Jcllus-Yes, I beard sbe bad a some It takes a week or more 'You
and have. found it to be a fine remedy, still In the No sounds
must
"Edwln told Angelina sternly "re- for all aches and pains, and I recommendIt flat, but I didn't hear where she bad keep room.

member that you work in a Jewelry for pains in the throat and chest" taken him.-St. Louis lirpublle., from within or without the house
The Largest and Most Com&niate
and that It's disgusting to save your voice, monotonously repeat
warehouse 2.c; 3l;00> and tl.OO, at Wilson A Hon.
learn, all about Virginia Lands, talk shop." The ..1.110"..... It..... (o llaln. lug the phrase to U ucqu'red must Establishment South.

Its resources, products, mode of cultivation flack Pointer "Prosperity has ruined many a man." reach the parrot's ear. Home, people

prices, etc., by reading/ the Election Promise. William II Trnslow says that the "No doubt but If I'm given any teach their birds In a well lighted GEO S, HACKER & SON

Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. Successful Candidate shan't forget feathers from ten ducks are required choice In the matter I'd rather be room, speaking"" from a place of concealment ,

for S months subscription to the the promises in virtue of which 1 to make otM pound. ruined by prosiicrlty than adversity In a closet or behind a door.

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. have been elected. The cognomen! "?reeu duck" Is applied The process. Is more enJo'n ,"-Chicago This method la not HO good because in i ie

Political Manager- Tba t'll right. for the reason ,that the bird bas Post the light! the parrot's attention is dis

Bear them In mind. With a llttla not yet matured.The tracted." r ra

_BANNER_ SALVE_ brushing up they'll probably elect you Aykvbury duck raisers believeIn ".f.tlonary. of l' _

the most h.ling a.lveln the) world. again Puck: sninll iB'itlngs, generally four ducks "There's no progress/ about him. Oui O'Conneir- "Hall."

to one drB kAs. ":So'! Hut he's still doing business at Some extremely amusing mistakes

Cancer Cured by Blood Halm The nahible market duck must be fog the old steal: Isn't her have been miiil by even the most practiced

BO YEARS All Skin' and. III,"... .u....... Cured. plump and round and the skin of a "Huy." rather litIs. doing liunlnosn at speakers In their desire to carry

"' EXPERIENCE Mrs. M. L, Adamn, Fredonla. Ala., uniform color. the old stolltl..IIIL". I'blhidelpbla their audience with tbeui. O'Connell

w took Botanic Blood Balm which effectually Weber IlruH., Massachusetts, use pine' "felfll. once In an election speech( lu Conciliation

cured no eating: cancer of the nose sawdust in the pens and borers for ball! told his followers that Ifmeasures

and face. The sores healed up perfectly. the duckl1 h..a. CLYDE STEAMSHIP LINE. Injurious to Ireland were
!Many doctors had given up her cane as brought Into purlin/ men t be would goover
food is parts
A good fattening equal
The ('Itle ships sailing from Jacksonville -
hopeless. Hundreds of cases of cancer, / MANUFACTURERS OF
and "die the floor
to England
of cornmeal and middlings and one- on
eating sores, suppurating/ swellings, etc., still continue to go north full of
Ip have been cured by Blond Balm. A triong eighth beef scraps. passenger It Is evident that this popular of the house of commons in opposition Doors Sash Blinds
,. i TRAce Dxalnna MARKS others, Mrs. B. M. Ouerney, Warrior It well fed and cared for a Pckln Hue la a great favorite with the travelIng to them," and when he came back he I I ,

YC0"TR6NT9QLC.Artn..ondlagasketrhandt1' / Stand Ala. Her none and lip! were_raw duck will nearly reach Its matured : public' for our home people have been WJ\lr1I111T! "Are you tor repeal now?" .

', : ;: :; :::1galnnmq i: ; as beef, with offensive uucbararc from weight at ten weeks' << of age. yearly patronizing the Clyde Line and London Standard. Scalding & Building Material
1" !
> i advised thoroughly satisfied with the ships
luft-iilmn, ainpr I nnbl,peientnhle. ronimnnl, "" the eating sore. Doctors cutting seem ,
"i-tr'0tlrr-n-indiiitM., Jlanrtbt>. o> You Want To Yawn? service, stateroom accommodations, etc hers Office Wureroorns King, opposite
e.u free. nidsst tnkon "nrnuuh Munn aecurmr*, C p..I1 u recP" _teal the sores, and Mm. Ouerney a!* well a, The Clyde are progressive people and Who would keep their children ID Cannon Street.Charleston .

I'll twit leu, w""nu&etmrv*. In the ever. Botanic Blood Balm also cures Feel cold shlverlogs, aching In the are constantly studying the convenienceand go<) Scientific Jim ritan.A eczema I Itching humors scabs and scales, bones, lack of energy, headache, and comfort of their patrons It Is certainly symptoms of worms, ami remove them ,
bone pains, ulcer, ofTcnMve pimples great depression? These symptoms may I a pleasure to sail from Jacksonville with White's Cream Vermlfugn. It Is

hends.m.ly nt *'nv Illontraf fficntlflo JtHirnaU..0....!,.. I Trm unrwit., 93 rtrruleUiun ft. blood poison, carbuncles, scrofula" be followed by violent headache, high on one of their grand steamers and the children's best tonic. It get's digestion Sash Weights Cord and
{ 'monba.IU .rind by all n.w.d..lont' rUIngi; and bumps on the skin and all fever, extreme nervousnens, a condition our home people In selecting their route at work so that their food does them ,
11mNri ." New York blood troubles. Druggists, 41 per per known u malaria. Iferblne cures It. for annual trips north could not travelIn and and
& CO "" "' good, they grow' up healthy Hardware.
bottle. Sample of botanic Blood Take It before the dlllOU8le's a fair hold, greater comfort than by the Clyde
Brunch On.C. large strong 25c/; at U. R. Wilson & ,Nun ,
Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood though It will work a cure In any stag. Line The rates are always, consideringthe '

Balm\ Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trou- J. A. Hopkins, Manchester, Kas., writes: fact: that they include meals and Window and'Fancy GlassA .
OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In any quantity ble and special medical' advice sent In "I bate used your great medicine, Herbine stateroom berths, much chenporthan by # SPECIALTY.
at the ADVOCATE otllce.Foley's sealed letter. It is certainly worthwhile for several years. There Is nothing rail. A letter addressed to lI'. M. Ironmonger w. I

Investigating such' a remarkable remedy, better for malaria, chills and fever, Jr.,AIIII't OeD'1 PuMenger Agent JI,

a* Blood Balm cures the most awful, headache, biliousness, and for a blood Jacksonville, Fla., will bring you lull This .,fffn.lnr I..* on .....",. boa of the f.nnlne. I
Honey and Tar worst and roost deep seated blood l : purifying tonic, there Is nothing as particular Cuss II. Walton Is the 71tusvllle Laxative Bfomo-QuininC Tablets Foley's Honey and Tar I

cures colds, prevents pneumonia. diseases good.)0, at U. It. A. Hon's. agent tb* f.m"dj that cared a cold !. ._ day forchUdrentfcurc. No opiates.EAST d

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oi EAST COAST ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 3. 1902.

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JAMES. PBITCHABD, Resident; -- -. M.. JSROWN, Vice Preaiant

EAST COAST ADVOCATE COST OF STRIKES. C. 8. SCHUTI.KK, Cashier. W. 8. BBAHNING, Asst. Caslile


Unquestionably-it is the public INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

AWVBKLT: JOUKNAt DBVOTID TO THB DBTBLOrmicT such .
that suffers the most by a ....,
1 -- ; = ,
o ram INDIAN! BITER Z.A.KUWOBTH
that which has been in
strike as
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AMD! BISOATRB BAT OTIOM.PUBLI8HBO COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
progress in the anthracite coal re. Biliousness

EVERY FRIDA.T.OBABLBI gion-since May. The people who / /2 Make Authorized capital, $1; oocc
use coal, and who can't get the Chronic Invalids. Paid up capital, $25,000 |

H. WALTOH,, Editor A rnbllnher.Dlacontlnnanca coal they need except at exorbitant .- Average deposits, $100,000 i
I f When the Urar Is torpid,and fails to do tea work :
prices, and very little at that, han s.
tbs bile enters HM blood w a 9'trUlen' POI- Then
of advU. must be mad per-
to for it all in the end. But Transacts General
easily at;this office or by writing.; pay comer constipation, bUiouraeaa, IICII headache, f even __, ,-so a Banking
the striking miners surrender an
and malaria. The only treatment; thai grew the Uver Just
Check,.eo.; be made to CRAaLA sum. Last the ope-
may payable enormous year the ntrht! touch sad Stan Nuura's work ID the rigbt Business
H. WALTON,publisher. rators paid in cash for wages $56- maDDer II'D
This is at the rate of i
000.000.
Address all ooiumnnloatlons to; $5,000,000 per month. Making allowance AMON'S LIVER PILLS r Largest and Oldest Bank on the Him!,

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, for a similar productionIn I Exchange bought; and Sold on allF t'''n\gt\
J ANDTONIC PELLETS + f t Countries.PIotrona"8I'l'reolated. .
TITOHVILI.B, FLORIDA the summer months the actual c
,The pill touch the U..er, and the pellet ion the, .
---- ------ ----------- loss in wages for the fifteen- weeks + Prompt oervu+ l \path/ .
ey.rem. iii treatment,anil every favor coimlmnnt .. :
/ nth
8. Department of Agriculture Is it .4 -
U. con. "
amounts to $18,000,000. ,- .,. I rvative banking granted
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. ceivable that intelligent men would 23 doaas tor 9 day coat 25 eanta,and oo- e. CORRESPONDENTS:
make this sacrifice without pros few your eaaa la exceedingly bad, you aboard National hank of :>cv Y rfc anA
be BnUb them. t m r'' rtK11W-1r National Hank of Jacksonville Fla <
wiO well before
their condition? you ,
The following/ a comparative state- pect of bettering r
mont of temperature and rainfall for the Not at all. There are few strikes Sample all free.daalera.For sale at 'r1TTJS TILLE, Fx4.A.
week ending/ Tuesday,Sept :HO, 1902. do
miners not something
where the gain ----- ----------- -
-1002) -1901-
DATE. MAX. MIX. MAX MIN else their condition would
24 87 74 80 77 Indeed be abject. The strike ordered THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

23 87 77 80 78 as far back as 1869 caused a
28 H8 75 82 72 the
27 88 74 84 73 suspension throughout nearly .. Brick Lime Cement 'l
28 Oil 707ft -80 72: whole anthracite region and lasted Sold by II. R. WILSON A SOX, TITUaVILLE.- Wood, Coal, Coke, ,

2!> 00 85 80 six months. It resulted in the --- ,.,
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( --- --- -
30 02 Tit 80 80 adoption of the eliding scale which -- *l*' '

Total rainfall for'the week: .20 fixed wages on the basis of $2.50 a The Pioneer Cooperage. Vitrified; Paving and Sidewalk Brick",",
Do pa tore from normal rainfall for the ton as a minimum, which scale ,
week minus 2.17 Inches.
:normal rainfall since January Departurefrom 1, practically remained in force till I LAGRANGE, FLORIDA.I Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No 262.

minus 148:1: Inches. 1000. Strikes were ordered in 1875, manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS,..cheaplyand expeditious! .
H.AL. P. HABDIW, Observer. in 1888 and in 1900, the last result. When In need of a tank write me for estimate, as 1 can fill your order to perfection. J. K. MUNNERLYN, General.. Manager.;

ing in a general advance of wagesof Fla.Tabor's .
------------------- TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange,
10 per cent, It will not do to
Davis
HON. Robt. W. that
Bays ----- -
after this time be will not again bea denounce this latest strike as ab. MeMurray & Baker
solute the of the men
candidate for congress. He has folly on part Trees ,
who voted to in it.
engage
fully made up his mind that, after
the next term he will return home 401-4:13 East! nay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
Have an enviable reputation for being well grown, thilfty and true to name-
and resume the practice of his pro CUBAN POSTAL REVENUES. very Important considerations to the planter. A song our thousands of satisfied -Makers and Jobbers of-
fession. -' customers the United States Government, for whom we are growing! special
It Is gratifying to learn that action hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years extensive
KINO Edward has a cousin work. is to be taken by the government Orchard and Nursery experience is at your service. Fruit trees, Shade:! trees, Roses Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
and Ornamentals. Freight Prepaid Catalogue free.
ing in a New York bank. He l is at Washington to recover the ,
GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES: G. L. TABEK, PROPRIETOR,
Prince Hohenlohe and his
Hugo money stolen from the Cuban post Florida. Saddleiy, Rubber Tires.
name is in the Almanach de Gotha al revenues by the Americans who Glen Saint Mary, -

with a whole string of titles. Why were in charge of that service two First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

he chose to leave Germany and The Assistant -- ---- ------ ------- -
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yeauago. Attorney ----- ------ .
come over here f is his secret. General at New York, has been instructed Buffalo Gasoline 'Motors

to "proceed against Neely East Coast Lumber & Supply Co
THE Florida State Fair at Lake with the most active measures to

City, in November, promises to be compel the restitution of the fund Id ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE

one of the best attractions Florida ,Which have been embezzled. According GENERAL OFFICE: EAU G.ALLIE, FLA.
has ever had. Let the people of to the report of Fourth As. p IX ALL WEATHER.
Yards at Titusville, Eau Gallle and Fort Pierce
Itrevard county send all the exhibits distant Postmaster General Bristow, }ed When you get disgusted with
they can, and thus advertise the who was sent to Havana,by the De. Complete stock of:Lumber and Building :Material of all kinds; Sash and Doors

advantages of this the favored'section I partment Investigate; Neely's cheap engines try the Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office
of Florida. I shortage was about $150,000. With '
BUFFALO.GEO. .
him were implicated Beeves and

THE people> of Florida are calling Senator Hanna's special protege, R. WALLACE, & O'Hara

upon the Supreme Court Judges to Rathbone. It will be rememberedwith Hodges
West Palm Beach, Florida.ADVOCATE
explain to them why more progress what difficulty these men were ...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
is not made in the disposition of brought- to trial, and when, at last, R '
cases, why they can not make some I they were brought into court, their -------- ---- Led CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

kind of a showing that they are conviction followed, and they were '
and their sentenced to long imprisonmentand 5 Orange/: hex Heads, Fruit and Vegetable; Crates. Mouldings, Shingles; etc
working attending to _
Wiile for clelivciedto
Millsund office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. us prices
duties. heavy fines. They had barely 1 sI any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'llara, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
entered upon their terms of penal I
ORGANIZED labor has "a friend at servitude, however when the Cuban -- -

court" in Judge Oliver Wendell Congress with a mistaken generosity I I The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.Wm. .

Holmes, who was recently appoint. and, as alleged, with the viewof
ed by President Roosevelt to the U. pleasing Senator henna and S e tr
S. supreme court bench to succeed securing his influence in favor of : A. Sours: : & CO.

Justice Gray. His friendliness to. the reciprocity treaty, remitted the

ward labor organizations is shown sentences of all Americana in Cu. a GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,

in a number of his opinions as chief ban prisons! and these men went ,

justice of the supreme court of free with the rest. As It stands Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
Massachusetts. In one of these he now, it U a great scandal, and we ,

declared that "if workingmen may hope the government will be able to ePO1TIlmMIMLLaS 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

combine for the most force them to their steal
getting they disgorge
Igts. for 1'uiinu Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
can for their labor, just as capital ings.

may combine with a view of getting
the greatest possible return, it must JACKSONVILLE Is making big preparations .
be true that when combined they for her Gala Week to beheld l P. :Kvih.lx.aan & Co.
in November A good time is
have the same liberty that combined
capital hat to support their Interests promised all her guests.
Washington St )l NEW YORK.
by arguments, pprsuaslon ,and 93 Murray Street. } N. Y.
the bestowal or refusal of those ad.

vantages which they otherwise law.
r
fully control so long aa they do no I 'I y -HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY-

violence." This may not be essentially R I

different from what any good E 1orldt: : r rc* :is: sand

jurist would say on the same subject .
though it will be gratifying to : : Grz.pxruit.: : :

the friends of organized labor to
We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent
know that the new member of the ,
highest judicial body of the country JOB PRINTING HOUSE. you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.

has thus placed himself on record. Mirth is an almost infallible =

sign of good ESTABLISHED 1870.
BOSTON'S Mechanics' Fair is now health. A sick woman
force a smile at
may or
open, and will remain open for an. times be moved to laugh
other month. The Fair Is held In ter. But when a woman M. Lane & Son

the Mechanics' Building, on Huntington is bubbling over with ,
mirth and merriment she
avenue, and it is a veritable
is surely a well woman.
beehive of industry. This year's Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription has s 250: WASHINGTON: STREET, NEW YORK.
exhibit Is said to surpass in magnificence made thousands of melancholy and miserable
and excellence all previous women cheerful and happy, by
exhibitions held in the above Urge curing the painful womanly diseases Southern Fruit and Produce
wbich undermine a woman's health and
building, which is daily visited by strength. It establishes regularity and
many thousands of people. Inventions so does away with monthly misery. It
and improvements of all kinds dries debilitating drains and so cures Commission:: : Merchasz.ts.: : :
the cause of much womanly weakness.It .

exhibits are being which shown attract; and among much interest those :I i and heals cures inflammation the bearing and.down ulceration, pains,, 7r } Y fr.rr. 'a 'i ., FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

and favorable comment, is that which are such a source of suffering to mss.r. .''- t
of the Walton Patent Self-Locking sick women."I o yT/rY6'/rDFf/hEv .r = Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
Ink. In .
great plramre recommending Dr.
Tackle Block, which ie the only Fierce'* Pavonte. Prescription for female. weak -- --- --
near,- write !Mrs. ftiiMnnati Permentrr.. of
of the kind in the
world.
thing Paul Store. Shelby Co.T..."... "I was Iroubledwith
1
New England should feel proud for mix"" .ri"lfdown year. ,and I pain wrote in to my Doctor buck Pierce and. hip for oxjiTrii: : :seO'eEeS: :: : :: '
ever the Mechanics' Fair and the advice. 1 tried bia 'Favorite mcriptlon'and
thereof, for it is decidedly ala' "bottle cured me I feel like a new person
promoters and I thank Dr Pierre tar my health., Life i*a Produce Commission Merchants.
one of the greatest and most interesting burden to any one without health. I have tolda
treat many of my friend about the great.
Fairs ever held in Boston. : I took.

The president, Mr. W. N. Young, Accept no substitute for "Favorite Florida Pines Our
Prescription." There is Specialty.
and manager Mr. J. C. Ilosmer, good." nothing JustU

have been working like Trojans to Ir. Pierce' Common Sense Medical
kelp make the Fair the success it Adviser is sent fret on receipt of
is. The ADVOCATE I launder obligations tamp to pay expense: : of mailing only. Fine Job Work Quickly ExecutedAT 335 Washington Street,
to the governing board for Send 21 one-cent stamps for the paper
covered book, or 31 stamps for the NEW YORK.
courtesies extended to our repre. cloth bound. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
ADVOCATE OFFICE :reference: Our 33; record. Chatham National. York.
sentatlve, who la in Boston. Buffalo, N. Y. THE years Bank, New






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K4KT COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 3, 1902. :5

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ffSuart. \ GEORG :MARX. JOHN MARX.
Melbourne. Eau Gallie. Rockledge-Cocoa.

1VI.A. :B <>S.4)

,,1. Dr. Haney I* still sojourning at GOODE life r.OUtJE.-Real Estate and Loan Water In the Eau Gallle river Is at F. F. Taylor has leased his cottage! the

Palm Beach, Agent for JKrnt London and Liverpool mid high level. May place and the parties will be here
Hlobe I>rovl ale KltchlnR was circulating lafen Inmirmioe. apodal atttwtlou paid to the School opened on Monday last with a ,
last Monday /gter..stsofnon-resident.. attendance of the little ones. Rev A. M. Dalger preached two excellent
sermons at the :Methodist church,
nley Kltchinff; and sister, Miss Amy, DR L. A. PEEK-PI/vlIl" Awn SI'HOKO: Miss Helen Miller, of Melbourne, was last Sunday, at his regular appointment.The Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
1 d friend at Tlbbals, Sunday last. Residence, Mallionrne.:: Eau Oalllu, Tuexlny the guest of Mrs. Paddlson on Tuesday ,
and Cocoa and Tltusvllle baseball
Friday afternoons. last
Iss and mother of West Palm
Hendry ,
olubs crossed bats on the Cocoa grounds
|.h, are spending a few days here vlsi :!rr Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE Good fresh milk Is now delivered last Monday. afternoon. The game stood Corner Day and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t
rlend (when ordered E. F.
I ) morning by
every Cocoa Titusvlllo la.M. .
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be

llx Gibson has just planted an acre received ,at the Melbourne Postofflce. latcb. I : C. t Salmon: and wife, who have been WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
Jtrawberries, at the J. S. Danforth Professor Macey was In Eau Gallle on occupying rooms In White's cottage, ,

ostoad. Capt. Sam Martin returned home on Monday and Tuesday last at the opening while Mr. Salmon: was at work here PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

bhn Frohock, Dade county's popular Monday, after a pleasant trip to Jupiter. of the school. have returned to their own cottage In

Wff was here Monday, looking after ,' Mr. and Mrs. Edgar: Jones and son, The houseboat, Fly by Night: was on South Uookle.lge. Seed Potatoes; South Peanuts and Cow Peas In reason.XF .

t j breakers. Otto, left, last week, on a visit to Baltimore JIo gllon'lI ways this week receiving a J. J. White has finished 1 his new cot L We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables,

rs. II. T. Rea left,Saturday morning, coat of copper paint. tage. It Is to( be occupied by O. J. Cut- __ _u.___ .. ___ .. __ _,o __ __ ___

Washington, D. U., to spend some The Literary Society\ will\ meet this, II. U. I1od lIon Is clearing/ his lot preparatory tier's family this winter. His other cot-

at the capital. Fridov, evening, at 7:30: at the home of to building. This now home Cage will bo occupied by Mra. Joseph G. A MEMO Y TEST.
!,
wi1lie\ ou Houston sticot. Gerry and family the Slime parties that
.s. ITomer \Vltham and children read Mrs. Frank II. Fee. Good Health
had It last winter. Some Improvementshave The Aet br Which one CODtroy.reFv.
from their summer's outing at Our public school opened on Monday Miss Newell, our toacht>r'is cosily sot- boon made: in the big cottage.It Dvvlded.

breeze, Monday. with a full attendance of bright happy tied with Mis. C. L. Taylor, on 9th street In Berlinone
Is understood waited Throe men were disputing
'
and has some parties i
made lends.
W. Ilessey visited friend at Tib- children and Miss Eva Bellinger: teacher. already many upon Dr. Rnmbo's carpenters at his day us to which of them hud the at.J pure blood are Inseparable.! H

i, Snnilay, -going up via launch and Barnes: Sanders, of Indtanola, was the Trucking has begun on Banana river, place, formerly the R. H. Pattlson place, best memory, suit flu ally they asked ; your blood Is bad your health must suf

ruing on the train. guest<< of Postmaster Goode and familyon and also at Tropic and other adjacent last Tuesday between dark and daylight, Oslutr BluiuenUmI a well known writer 'fer. Poor blood allows\ the body to lose

J. DeSteubon, WaVWs enterprising Sunday, and left for Banyan on Monday points. A large acreage will be plauted. and informed them that they had uutll to decide the mutter. : vitality\ lust as a poor fire 'under the '

eloper, was In town Wednesday with Capt. A. J. Ooode. In his The large lumber. boat of the East the 1 o'clock p. m. train the next day to 'Iteud, I of Goethe's prose I boiler allows the steam to run down.
me any IlIIgo blood Is buta
ding to business matters. yacht Jessie. Coast Lumber and Supply Company is get: out. They left. The parties are unknown of the three, "aud I From poor blood to Impure
work said' one step, and impure blood la mother to a
D. Blakeslee moved down to thet Win. I. Fee came up from Fort Pierce moored in the Eau Uallle awaiting a ".mnt once repent It word for word." large percentage of human Ill*. Dr.Hatter's .

Monday, towing his house-boat on Saturday, to visit his mother am; cargo. I Last Sunday: there was no service at "I even do better than that," said the Iron Tonic Is an antidote for

h i his auxiliary: fish boat, the Viola. brother Fred, as Fred left for Stetson G. F. Paddisou U laying; new walks the chapel by Rev Van llonte, neither Boroiul cue "Put me In n corner of both poor and impure blood, for It Is

arrived for University on Tuesday. The best wishes about his residence on the Eau GallIe did he !go to Tltusvllle for that evenIng. three both a builder and purifier a food
outfit has will games
new poatof lee of his Melbourne friends follow him.S. II. Is to conduct this room, anti I play ,
18 miles west ofe river. Cement and brick is being used Rev. Kelgwln expected ( without and a medicine. It It the best comM-
Snle, a small town In their construction. service at Rockledgo chapel next Sunday of chess sltuultnneouHlv ever nation of the kind known to medical :
and 13 miles east of Florida's larg- T; Middleton and family\ of Roy "
it Is nt tho boimls.
Mr. looking .
morning Kelgwln expected
intendto and its for nearly half
lake Okeechobee, Wash., arrived here, Sunday, and :Major Clark and family of Grand do science success
will make arrangements In the "Thnt's nothing to what I can has led to it* endorsement bv '
make Melbourne their home for some a century
'he Florida East Coast rail way masons time. We extend a welcome to this The Rapids Major, will was be one here of our again most this season tireless near future for a supply for this Held. stall tho first speaker nKiilu. "Begin n thousands of medical men 'who have

here building rook abuttments on family, and hope they will be so charmed sportsmen! last season. Mrs. Geo. Leddra died at her home In conversation with mo now about the been unable to find a substitute

h end of the company's bridge. Then with our Indian River country that they Cocoa ou Monday night Sheoame herewith most absurd things possible! nod at the

train !Is also here unloading Iron. will decide to remain with us. Some of the boys contributed to the her husband 1 and family, from Chicago end or! an hour I will repent the entire

[orris Johns, our deputy sheriff, re- Dr. Charlie McCarty, of Ankona, passed town funds this week If you must have Ills., expecting to be benefltted 1 by oonviTMitlon to you." Harter'sIron ;r
Dr.
ned from Palm Beach, /Sunday. Mr. through Melbourne( last I Saturday! on fun bo at, pay his up.office His when Honor needed., the mayor., will the change: but after a lingering Illness 'I.'he'thlrd mall wn silent end Hlumenthnl -
the The funeral heldon
has is recovering rapidly from his way to Chicago, where he again enters she passed away. was snld to him: "'Vh.)' don't you
unds received from the accidental Our nit fast rented for Tuesday afternoon from the house\ '
the medical university. Ills brother cottages=( ) being!: toll us what yon cnn do? A few mln-
charge of his pistol.he Brian McCarty, and Stuart Ankeny, the coming/ winter months-a good jolly and the remains were laid 1 to rest In Cocoa were boasting a good deal J
nti'H
is and the for cemetery;Thefamilyhave the sym! ago yon Tonicwill
pnblio school here opened Tues- passed through here on Monday, on their season expected prospects of wonderful memory."
It well assured pathy of our people your
lead the to Stetson University. A numberof are at present.
will\ pupils way
y. Mrs. Thomas "I know It," was the reply, "but I
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the way they should go. We predict friends were at the depot to Bay "au Mrs. Treutler returned to Eau Gallle then know thnt my two friends
did not
tuccessful term, as :Mrs. Thomas has revoir" to those popular young men. from Chicago Ill, on Saturday last. SPENT MORE TITAN flUOO.-W. W. seriously. And nthey Insure YOU against! the many nvlls rniultlnir

d a great deal of experience a school The friends of Rudolph Lyman, son of Mrs. Troutlerh\ much benefited by hersummer'lI I Baker, of Plalnvlew\ Nob., writes: "My took the mutter so will not from impure' Lilnoil. fciurofulu!\ plmplon, blowhns.kidury .
in the North. wife 8I1fYCI'edrom lung trouble for fifteen \ nro so much In earnest I illminlurn. rlimimiitlam, gout dynpepnln. ,
[ chertDnZES' Dr. shocked and grieved to outing .
Lvman. were for I cannot forget fomulu weitlf miaa, nninmln. ohlorrmK eta,, are a
learn of hit death, which occurred on years. She: tried number of doc' try to surpass them fnw nt thorn I hut the irrontnHt evil the irre..lc.tlimner.
TIMES A NIOIIT.-Mr. the 2tl1; of September. He was a mar tors and spent over$1,000( without relief that each of them did me a favor ( Is 1 he general wenlconlnir of the whole
DANGER IN FALL COLDS. Colds
? She became low and lost all hope. mMU'in, which allorda un opening. fur every
.en Dunn of Benton Ferry, W. Va., of noble and lovable character and will are liable to hang on nil winter leaving very yestordny. pausing dlHOUNO.
lies "I have had kidney and bladder be mourned by all who knew him. !Mr.\ A friend rocommenod Foley's Honey and "Yesterdny" nsUed niumentlmU
: the seeds of bronchitis or
pneumonia, Tar and thanks to this great remedy I It Tim follo'vtnir is t only one of the thousands'ottouUuiouiiiln
uble for years, and it became so bad Lyman came to Melbourne an Invalid, consumption. Foloy's honey and Tar health "Yes." was the reply. wo huvo rei'ulvud: ,
saved her She better
life.
Bat I obliged to get up at least afczen about seventeen from Warren, enjoys have not yet forgotten Itl'
was years ago cures quickly and prevents serious re- than she has known lu ten Re "And yon. / rxitrolf Mich.. Jan. 10.1001. I
times a night.; I never received 0., and has been an earnest worker for sults. It Is old and reliable: tiled and years R. Wit- In thnt fuse For sale B.
substitutes
benefit from any medicine years In the C. E. Hoolety., by ; whop proHtrute from""vorelltt."k. of rheiuua-!! I
By permanent Cure. After tested, safe and sure, contains no opiates son A" Son.HANCOCK'S. for you\ have Indeed wonderful wear tent After uHlnu tlirmt bottle all traces of
btil I tried Foley's Kidney and will not constipate. For sale: by "-New York Herald. thin. dliwtixa were completely rriullciktmlfroraniy ?"
King two bottles, I am cured. For "WATCH THE KIDNEYS."-"When it. It. Wilson & Hon.: I ory. system, tint my irtinnriil health was rowtorpd.Ait '
B. It. Wilson & Son. LIQUIDSULPHURcurei a bkuxl urlllnr Dr. llnrtnr'i Iron Tonlo
by affected life Is In
fie they are danger, says
Prickly Heat In one application, at B. .'..,.In... Site Vmnlnm. has. no fltiuiil. unit I most ilnonrely recommend
M Dr. Abornethy, the great English physi I It to all persons ulTnrlnif from inilluunlloii
clan Foley's Kidney Cure makes sound HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUKcures R. Wilson & Son's drug store.Indianola. Some few months ego a young matron fatigue, rhiMirnutlxm, and the many' .......k..o.i{ \

Eden.The kidneys. For sale by Wilson & Son. all blond and skin diseases. For sale by telephoned to one of the young conilltlonH tithed blood.'o tire system. .pniduoeil. F1.by Vitatoll lmt
ll. It. Wilson & Son, Tltusvlll-j, Fla. men she knew, who Is connected with MurtfiirltB No. slit Second Ave.It1,000aaaraetoslhasshovetestmoelelIspnuln..I. I

{ mosquitoes are with us again. No White City.Geo. a large l Insurance firm nuking hint to ( f \
house
write a policy covering her now
how we object.
patter many, Merritt.The 1
hotttn of Dr. Hnr
Miss Jpsssle Sanders: left on Tuesday; bold effects."Don't nQ' Every
1 ter'a' Iron Tnnlo ban our
Mrs. Wey and Miss Katie Whipple leftr Beck from WaWa Sun to resume her studios at Stetson University. tell Dick," silo asked "1 want V/ "'. "Crescent"trit'le. -markoa j
Palm Beach on Monday night was up g
him. lie really thinks I ..oT the 1o.btI. Uun'l accept a I
cosy little parsonage Is now ready to surprise 1 subatltute-ItiBlnl on Dr. Hartnr'a, "
J. II. LeTourneau returned from Do- day.Mr.:\ Lawrence Christensen has been on for Stuart-Martin/ to move Into. It Miss Alice Sanders will leave today, huve uo business head at all." .. "t"J osly by i

and on Wednesday Ned, where he had Unlver-gone the sick list for several days. Is all completed except painting the out Friday, to enter upon the second year's The young mini assented and leaned! THE DR. MASTER MEDICINE COMPANY i

i place his son, in Stetson side. course In the State Normal college at the policy. Its waited a considerable DAYTON, OHIO 1

Ira Lamont, of Jensen, was home on DePuni.tk Spiings. for the payment of the premium.Ills Mutcen tUo of Pr VUrter'v wee Chorfv Itlttnr*,
ty.The Sunday on""a visit to his parents. There is a very busy squad of workmenon time sail :Mli, r ,.ll known W. HmMr, MtdWlwn.FOR I
ladles of the S. I. Tea Club have friendship, for the young woman
the Island just now, working day and We understand: Miss Ueatilue Kandorn IAt: EVIIB.YWX1UtJ: :
decided to suspend! their meetings for Mr. Austin went to St. Augustine niifht. Rain: has notoirorfor them-the will\ not return to the State Normal cinised! him to resist Bending tho bill t 0

ilia present ors account of the illness\ of on business on Saturday last pesky mosquitoes. college; this year, but will have charge ol hut he unruly Old so. The recipient A Vine IMnco For Baltv'

'apt Richards. the school at Malabar.Dr. bitterly to nn nciiunlntniice, j
Miss II.iiTls and Mrs. Loora Orrel were Mr. Sweeney, of Indianola, will no ctnnplnlned -
Cureton Bros have disposed of their guests of Mrs. Lamont on Sunday. doubt complete his work at "The Wig 0. W. Holmes wait calling on who Is coiiBlderiilile or n Wag/ and be JIM( ) foot on Indian\ !Liver, and running "

irriago: horse and bought; a fine big Tuesday: was an exceedingly; hot day. wam" this week. ltd haw been assisted trlends Indlanoln: Saturday. Every riMidlly euwmnwd: her In tier Ideas.\ buck 30<)ft. to county road, ; a lot ndjoln- i I

Draught; horse, which will bo much more The thermometer registered 1M() ) in the by I.. Blair, and they have not lost much one was glad to welcome him back, alto "Now.' really," she said wrinklingher lug KISft.: rlvnr Gout, running back
mitable for the business shade. time between nhowois. When completed so long an absence In the north. pretty brows "tula bit of paper lloft ; (In..a bluff I 20ft. .above the river,
"Tho will be much Im- I could have which la Hale water, and three miles
Wigwam" nothing.
Capt. John Mlllei and Kwd S.tegerStarted The St. Luete river, has risen, and at Messrs. :&lIot, Knight,: and Field went costs nest to wide at this placo.HOUHO .

down the river to the inlet, on high tide overflows In the hammock: proved. down to South Kocklodire, Tuesday\ : tu i written It myscit""Yes. of nix rooms, linn been kept

Monday, to try their luck at fiKhlng tberr. flooding the road on the west side. Wall street is not the only oleos whore bring up the sailboat Hero which Mr\ ." said he, "hut If you have a painted and In good; repair| ; llfift.' from I

The yawl, Maude Miller, dropped anchor Prof. :Macy, of Cocoa, was the guest "bulls" have everything their own way. Mlot has bought for John li. Crawford. fire the olllllllny; | will have to pay the river bank, commanding it beautiful view !
Merritt has been' having a bull raid for River stairs lead down to
at home on Saturday, after an absence of Mr. Austin! a few days ago, and a visttor IOHS. of Indian ; I
of three weeks. C.iptains llarils at our Huliool. He says our school several days and nights past, much to HI* Life lu 1'orll. "'\'c'II." sic miitKi'Hteil., /: "let\ them deduct the Ivor, and a duck built\ out Into the
the and loss of property owners I th<>U1. Then water to accommodate small boats. A
land Il" ke report a very pleasant trip is In a fine condition this summer. annoyance what they say owe '
|making Daytona the turning point. bore Better eat that animal he "I just 'scerne Carl Christensen! spent Sunday here. can't be made to stay on his owner's pieces" writes Alfred Bee, of tlpcordlleriild.Trick", \. en door, and a nnvor-fnlllnjr spring!: of j
Sometimes when journeys are made toJFoit He will soon finish working among the premises. Tex., "biliousness and .a lame \VeUArel clear, cool, pure writer a short: distance j

Pierce and returning homo, acclI pines in Jensen, ami will return here to made, life burden. I couldn't cut 01 from house, f Home( lot anti poultry yards
dents are liable to happen. All this Is.inI assist his parents in the winter work Horace Shlppee recently purchased the sleep and felt almost too worn out tn of the Knhynli fenced with poultry nettlatr. Ono house

order; but this is something else. One upon the farm. sloop yacht Mumebabo, of Mr. Sweeney, work when I began to use Electric Bitters Tho Kuhyahs have n trick which Is for poultry ant Belgian Imies 1'JxiJ: : feet,

I of our citizens went to Jensen last week, of Indianola, and is putting It into'good but they worked wonders Now I I performed In tills niunuer: They take and I a smaller fancy poultry house. I
lost the collar off the horse's neck, and At the annual meeting of the club, on shape, so as to start oysterlng as soon 11f'utK
officer deep like a top, can eat anything, havegained u niiiull cup put It ou the ground- 71 orange!: trees Just coming Into bearing -
the
It after Saturday night, following as the season roIl'. Shlppee has
never knew anything about even open ( In strength and enjoy hard work." purfonuud In the open nlr- :2 grapefruit tree, :i punch trees, 3
he home. Wonder what was the were elected: President I>. 10;. Austin; not found time hanging heavily on his are {
goto ( They !give vlgoious health and new lift small bulb which U souppeinong (grape vines-all beailn c- :
vice president, II. Larsen; secretary, A. hands since settling among us. Plenty and place. In It a j
trouble '
to weak sickly run-down several kuiii iiats and JIIILVIbllllbc.. 1
people. 1'rv < ,
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doorkeeper ond.TuklfiK .
Lamont; treasurer, H. Knudaon; of work here for willing hands to do. then eoTercd with
them. 50ots at B. ihAde trees and trees and shrubs 'I
Only H. Wilson ASon's waist / tropical
P. ilansen trustees E. J. Traynor email fan from their
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BRONCHITIS FOR 20 YKARS. Guava raising not to be sneezed, drug store. near the house
and J. P. Christensen. ,
i Mrs Minerva /Smith, of Danville, III., as bushes do well on Merrltt's Island. iiml .ftiiudliiK! iihoiit two feet away.tin' A Rood county road along( near riverbank '

writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty Our sawmill boiler gave out last week, Now there are three guava jelly factories A FEW ATIONSoffancock'i* .* inn roxi'bimli, from, the cup atbest from Tltimvillo. the county neat, I

years and never got relief until 1 usedFoloy's and Mr. Campbell was obliged/ to go to here, and prospects of a fourth In the Liquid Sulphur will cure any case ol / IWO iiiid ti. luiir fret hlKli. bearing eleven miles north, to ICocklenire! a beautiful !'

i Honey and Tar which Is a sure Jacksonville\ for rpp,ilrs. It will\ take near future. It will be a good Idea to Ground Itch, at B. R. Wilson & Son's. lust: a number 1 of loser out of which ..Inter resort, nine. miles>"nth, with

[ cure" Contains no opiates. For sale several days to make the repairs In Jacksonville plant a few acres In /guava bushes, Mr. Uit-y will til\ for M l piece' of silver.Phe CoO': n, f\ nice little business tnnn and

by R. H. Wilson & Son. \ and the same amount of time to Jalma Lapham's factory Is still\ at the llnwer withers away Into ether Inwetli City Point between. Ittt'boar station t

apply them after he returns, so It maybe old stand, and has no Intention of mov- JUST THINK OF IT. '. mliuile I mile I went 1'oHtnlllce and nclii, >l near.
some time before the mill! starts again. ing from the Island. cud a Five acre of veiy Hue fruit l III lid l near
\'II.
I li.ivc Mft'ii ii I" n pear
Fort Pierce. Sanford 1<'1". station from which Mule wn given for
and ( a
Washington return
Mrs. Blair Injured her right foot quite liltini live j.rllw from need' 1 hour fruit
No of consumption If use HlH.tl.'i. Sanford \Fla to New section houses) conmlnlnsr H beautiful ,
danger you
badly while In swimming, last Saturday.She wittier! njcitln In nve, uours.I .
York and tJH.tl.1. Tickets be uliil iiwuy( peach orchid "f lit( tr ea. mostly
Foley' Honey and Tar to oure that stubborn to swim and return : to young ,
/ was teaching a lady
Mrs. II. E. Crooks returned from her cough. For sale by Wilson & Son struck out vigorously with her,right sold October;!, I, A, and flth. The At- I lime wen tlien l-'uhyalm throw In benrlntf, liore line ctop this year; j j
summer visit North last Monday. show very her lantio Coast Line offers the above rated, Ibfliixilti-tf. upon broken glues held In II fruit guuit size and exceedingly Itch ,
how struck
foot to and her
In connection with the National Knoninn hll'M I'O' Ihut It would bv lintK>tiMlbllur \ { llnvor. A little house near Mm Inn always I
County Surveyor Fries was In town, foot against one of the posts of the dock,
surveying Wednesday, for some of Micco. which were covered with barnacles, lacerating ment of the Grand Army of the Republic nay one else to touch without re- rents for tl or $1f>0 per month. \

our citizens. her toes badly, and spraining one at Washington, October, Oth-llth. 'C'hollllC .a ,wound uud never vet a Experts pronounce thin null particularly
.
Stop over of ten days In each direction adapted to grape culture. 1'ilcc. by ad-
,.
of them. The water was fine and the tern lel
The Rev Dr. Moore held services In Preparations for the fall crop Is the accident will not prevent her, going In on Washington tickets. Look at the dres..lng. "IIOX 10," I
the church last Sunday morn- The recent copious schedule Sickroom IlnrtlrevtlteFin.
Methodist order of the day. again In a few days. Moral: 'Don't kick.: : Two .
Ing and evening to large congregations.Mr. rains have put the /ground In perfect con Leave Jacksonville 0:10: a. m., arrive Ill ii recent leettire on time old to the
dltlon for receiving the seed. Washington( 7:34: the following' morning,
: A. E. Trowell and wife returnedlast Injured the speaker/ emphasized two A Ilaro C'liiiiico.
Goes Like Hot dike Arrive New York 1.13: This train
Thursday, from Daytona: Mr. The recent rains caused heavy loss, by and : p. m. CHiitloiiH ttiiit ure so
Trowell will again work for Mr. P. P. splitting, of the orange crop, but, notwithstanding "The fastest selling article I have In carries sleepers train leaves dining. car. ii'I to 1"0 well worth repeatingIn 11 10-1iO)( '1I'1't's.11I10; feet frontage on
Another Jacksonville :
Cobb in his store. this, and the loss by dropping my store," writes druggist C. T. Smith, arriving Washington 11:10( 1JOp. : print The first 'I.. never rub a per Indian and Kannnit river Utn( to TOO

The Rev. Mr. Weatherwax, of Mel last spring,the present orange crop of Davis. Ky.. "Is Dr. King's New DIscovery arrive m., New, York 7:13 p. m., carrying p.m.,, IOU with liniment that bus lieen put citrus trees, about half c'lmlnA': into

bourne In the Methodist l is the largest we have ever had. for Consumption, Coughs and through flannel cloth for the roughness. of bearing, oranges, tangerines, (grapefruit -
held services sleeping cars. on a
Colds because It always In kiiiiirimt 0 bvurlntr,
( cures. | mangoes,
church, Monday, quite a number beingin 1>1'. and Mrs. W. H. Richardson, ar six years of salts It has never failed.my I Remember that these rates will be the flannel and the friction on the 'J bearing, avix-adoes 14,0u() bearing

attendance to listen to a most eloquent rl veil here on last Friday, from Texas,and have known it to save sufferers from obtainable for four days, and that the skin with the penetrating ingredients pines. Sot) to <1(>0 bearing\guavas,besides

sermon. will make their home for the present throat and lung disease, who could get service of the Atlantic Coast Line Is of the liniment .will easily make an Krnpen( bOflalla ,ltl'rllhllll1lIlIa nurseryof
Price.
II.
Mrs. C. unexcelled.
Miss Jessie McMillan, of Eau Oal'ie! with their daughter, no help from doctors or any other rem abrasion! of the skin producing a condition I about 1,(MM) sour orange true readyto j
in the ForGdlinformatlonreservatiose
who was on ber way to Orangedale to Dr Richardson will engage vegetable edy. Mothers rely on It, beet physicians Itoylston etc., that may take weeks to heat i bud, a few pencil tre-el,3 acres vegetable -

teach school, spent a few days with Mr. business this season, and we wish prescribe It, and B. K. Wilson A: Hon see commercial tents, or write Jacksonville Frank C. ) FJa.Foley' Thi second warning Is thnt In any condition land, 4-Inch artesian well, large

and Mrs. James Bell. She left Saturday him every success. guarantee satisfaction or refund price. agent, of unconsciousness<< the hot ol> wharf, drive WE'Il.lIort water, 8-room

for Orangedale. The river Is above Irs average level Trial bottles free. Reg. sizes Ma. and 91. applied, bog bottle brick or whatever dwelling,store bill Id In if, perkinghou.e
now, and at thin point the water. Is In a Honey and Tar cures coughs ject tool house, warehouse, :2-ton ire box,
:Mrs J. 31. Livingstone, a dress maker It may bo must lx wrapped In 2 of Fruit this. :
peculiar and very rare condition. For' and cold and prevents pneumonia. Take : acre poultry yard.
from Crescent City, Is cozily domiciled three or four weeks past It has been ARE YOU A BOA-UlLDER f If no substitute For sale by Wilson A Son flannel or cloth before It la brought year, will bring .:100 to tU*). Hent
the establishment of Mrs. ( you are, get; one of Walton's Patent flesh of the
Inh millinery muddy, perfectly green for a time, now --. Into contact with the per from vegetable land will keep up,grove.
Tools Invaluable to boat-
arlotte Otmstead. Mrs. LivingstoneIS brown or reddish. The shore at places Calking ; son to be treated. A severe burn I* 1'. A. MfiMlLLAM.Kau
< address and builders and owners of boats. Calks Dade Land for Sale.
a County
lady of pleasant Fla.
very has been lined with dead fish, and the often made by a thoughtless<< attendant Gallic
boats than other
we midst will more rapidly
hope that her in our any
stay
condition does not seem to be who a too hot water bottle next
general
put.
(>e one of and profit. calking tool In the world. Price .'.OJ)
pleasure understood by the citizens here. and (S.OO each, at ADVOCATE office, For sale, cheap, tbe northeast quarter to the skin while the patient I* unconscious For Male.'

Tltusvllle, Fla. of southeast quarter of section 3, township or unable to more away -
America's Famous JJeautles of eath'n Jaws. W.: south of range -II east; close to An Ideal home on Indian River; .about

Look with horror on skin eruptions Out O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on NEVER ASK ADVICE when yon seven acre of land; good house, painted

blotches, sores pimples. They don't "When death seemed very near from i a Are You North V St Lucie River; 40 acres. have a cough or cold, don't auk what Is and In good repair' fruit trees, shade
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have them, nor will. any one, who uses severe stomach and liver trouble, that I CpIiiK Also, the northeast quarter of northeast good for It and get some medicine with tree; *, tropical shrub* and ilowers. A

ucklen'. Arnica Salve. It glorifies the had suffered with for years," writes P. quarter of section 18, township 38, little or no raerrlt and perhaps danirerons. never falling\ spring ol pure water. Price

'ace. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before Muse, Durham, N. C., I>r, King's New If yon are, you can buy a tint-claw, south of range 41 east; on Mouth fork ofSt. Ask for Foley's Honey' and Tar moderate, good reasons for sclllng.l: For

It. It. cores sore lips, chapped hands, Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect round trip ticket over the Clyde or Mallory Lucls River; 40 acres. Apply the greatest throat aDd l lung remedy Ii further! particulars, address,

Chilblains. Infallible for piles. 25ct at health." Best pills on earth and only lines cheap by writing, or callingat CHAS. II. W-ALTOJT' cures coughs and colds quickly. For L. W. C.,

R. Wilson & Son's drug store. 2 ctl. at Wilson A Son's drug store. the ADVOCATE office, Tltusville. Tltusvllle, Fla. sale by II. ft. Wilson & Son. I Car ADVOCATR:, Tltusvllle.jria.








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rw' with astonishment Meriwetner' was 1"W! I Till EAST COAST op FLORIDA

I'IN' tmlrri running, canteen In hand, for the crev- y u PARADISI REGAINED. .
Ar if 01\ leo containing water. Ballets sang 1 t

? : l C'IP' about him like buzzing flies. Whetheror .

\ not he was hit; lio-kept on and IDa
lU m'OffW r FLOR.QA EAST COAST RAILWAY.:
n crevice.tew seconds Bank out of eight In tbe .


>ulriiSlNESSAcce I bad no right to do so, for there :
r were two commissioned officer with o % LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 23, 1901

the company.but; singing out to those
'I t 81 I ti e Tao IOUTHBOUMO-MA0 DOWN. NORTHBOUND-eAB|| !
Ills r=.. :tr beside me to follow I jumped up and u..
made a dash for a rise In the lava justbc'on
Me.\1H 1Ito..1 .... *. .. 71 NssByae
Fi the crevice. It was no use. MAIN LINK. s
w Dat Dada :Dally J:>al
y Uy
The fire was too hot, and the men l I 3

i ; -= would not leave their position. I was ply CfTh .... -
...Ar ii'
the and sank Into hollow I ,1t? d; hgtic 100 l' fe3 \ Jv..Ja.oIr..o.vUI.r.! :..... .... 1 10
41 VIMSV'Wt hot lu leg a l :::::::: 13. : L :: '"
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I11 P : .. .. ..... .. ........ f :...
to I safe. a ............. IlI'U. P "
where
,! i IU.&rt1.L1G.!. I place was comparatively .r :::::::: n p ..............I* Ha.ClBa: ................. :: \ \\ P 7 s : :':::"
: I was thinking of little l\Jerlwether n .......: t P 1 11 y a'............M.Xac; FalaU.............. 4H pW "
t Oftc and wondering bow be would get back Na p i ....... ........ ................ w .. 1 1 IT .a ....
i :::::::: I a I p, p .......:........: :8Nnanetli.. .............. :: IH 6 4Oia ::::'"
' r. with the water for the maD who had 11 ..............*... JDupoDt.....*.. <......... ; 1 // ..
..I"t' +' 1oJl&i CrvtilanJl Injured him when I heard a shout and :::::::: II P t t0 p P .. ....... .....Orm........*..,.,*... ... :: I at p 1 a. *a1I ""
.1 j I 'I L.A.9.w.-.a.. mrJi4 : : .Bp .:........... .1>& ',..... .. ........ 111 p sta. *
M 1 : : looking toward our fellows, saw him : :::::: I' P p In ...*.%...*.....1'orsOr\n.:.::..:::........ :: P 1 U ::: ::
: : ; : 'IP"; plunge headforemost In among them. GO i lOOp I D ......****..... Nw 8roTrnft..,....,....... I 1 4f6s
II' 4a.s.i.. DY .................OevkBlU.................. / ; .. '
'I I :Night was well on before I dared loti. ::::....' ItS .. N............*.....'TltUTJll*..*>..,,.......... :: .... HiBCfFST I
i : : j leave my position and go back to the ........ ... .... P .............**. C.*oft ................. .. .. ... I
Free and ........ :.... 01 p ................:R.skl.dlr.................. P ... .. ........
command. The first thing I saw was :.. p ................ Ball ...... .
:j : ted Masons. Merl\ wether lying on his back white as ........ ._ 4 I/ p .... ........... )(. :: 1 ... ...: ::::'.
j, .1. ..... ..........e.l> .. : :::: M a........ I ....:
a bhoot. and motionless.' One of his ...... I P "r:........... SI. .S a .. .. .
former tormentors was bending over I 15 .....*......**...'''- :: W a...:::,.. .:::::
Tri-Weekly Sailings ....*........ \Vhl 048 k .... .. ,
p !
I {' Indian No. 00Titusvllle him, and several others were leaning It P .....i...*... :...T1 :: ) at .. ... .::':
on the muzzles of their muskets look- sip .....>.......::...... 2A a ..... ....
I .. ................... Gallia..1.: :0a a .. .
'. River : Ing down on him anxiously. Merl- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. II P p .. ................ : :: l U a ...:.. .. :::::
fi wether turned his eyes to me and I 10 p .....,...........Kobe I 044 aMa .......
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.a Wo. :: ... .::"::
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Lodge. rVFlorida.: presumed he was about to ask me that Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 111 p .............Nat 111II .... .. .....
/4 Hold' ft* uieatiiiKs the Hwrfml and fourth Fri dreaded question "Shall I live?" when ........ ... /Np' ............ .... 5ajr. '' ''' .......
M d' of each month at the lat. Armory, Tttll.i .- The Finest in the Coastwise Service ::... eo p ............:: r.. L. 786 a. ... ..... .....".
f he said
: : Steamships ......... ... .
Tina, at T : 0 o'clock p. in. ........ ....... ..... II /M\. a I ..
i J.tt.walker:: Worihipfnlsta\ter. "That was a very kind thing of you ,., _.lip Ar...__.... ............ II... .. ...:.:;;

J.'l'.L.H.Carruther 8abdur., Junior Senior Warden.Wardon.I to come after me. How about Con- The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. : : PARLOR CAB ON TRAINS M AND 78.

J. H.Duo... Triuuror.. over? Was/ there all the water he Direct, (service Between -
( f. A. M ,ruan. Harratary. wanted? I couldn't get much, for BRANCH: : LINES BOHHDTTL1E3.>

J I J.11.13.SerevenSeolor IT:Brnwnhs'lain.Deacon. there wasn't much to get.". Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.

R.X.: Mtmi: ,)r., Junior Denoon.. I tried to say something gentle to No. 87 N. ISDally. tSo. 63 No.49 I Ne. 47Dally. I PAZA.T1CA Na .4BDally. Ns. 48Dally. I Ne.80T I Ne.14 N,.p
B.F.O.M.VanlanilmKham.T.ylor Junior Steward.V. Benlor.Hteward. him, /but It wasn't lu me. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Drtty. Dally. Dally. BKA.NOH. Daily, ,

W. Unhurt, that!," I said, turningaway. 8EMI-WKKKLY!: : SAILINGS V 1 3D p 30 p 11 4ft a 0 a a LT Palatka Ar 8 SO a IS a III 41 p"lijlrl
> Tyler "Oh. stop Southbound' ..................... .. ... .. ..... .. ..... ........from, Lewis Wharf, Hosto _ISSp. SO p 13 M p l a ArK PtlatkaLr a 00 a 166 a 111 U p ]
>-,---- ----- --- ------- ). "You owe Conover nothing. Northbound ...:.............*......... .. .. ......from foot of Catherine. Street, Jacksonville '
Later, when the captain asked me No. BTDally.. No. 4B I BAM MATEO BRANCH.tV. I No. 48 Nt.H!
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THE LUTT OFt for the names of those who were to Dally. D\Ly Detr,
Clyde St. Johns River Jjine. 6 10 a ... fta.t Palatka. .... .'...ArAr T5T a
be mentioned for conspicuous bravery,, : 116 p p 0 SO a .. San Mat ot........ ...... ... ......Lv 556. ON'No. /
I told him there but and his x,
was one (DeBary Line.)
THE COMPANY 21 Na. 19 Ma. iDally No:tfOn
name wan Merlwether. But the poor BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. 6mdy annd'y Ma.17 MAYPOKT BKAJKOH.rv Ne.1S Suady N, II
Dally_
1 t .., -- ... fellow did not live to read the order. intermediate land On IT. Only' Ex Sun Dally, D4
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--- 4. at PaliUka" ,Attar, St. rrauols, Berexford(DeLand) IMue Spring
'' ,6"1 ... ev" nil T. BAKER. Stopping ins on the a t.Johu'lUYer. O STp 1006 a I Tf? 88i> at :..,........ a ,,.,...,... Ar 7 44 l IE7
f lOrlKlnal. 08 y2O. .........,0n. Jacksonville..Lv: -HB5
.:, 9> P 10 ID a I p M a T 57 i Ip
There la nothfr.g that will STEAMER "LOUISE. Capt. C. H. BROCK. p 104Q a Zip Pile ...........Pablo Bcaob. ........... I T 08 a 11 HaT 411!
engender:; 13 APPOINTED TO SAIL A9 FOLLOWS 141 P 10 CO a <4 P 1* a ..........AtlantU Beach,......... oft a It 4e. 4171
I such contempt 1l1U0lg: men for a t'oinpuulon TO CVIiK A COLD IN ONE D..Y'r Leave Foot Catherine Street, JaoknoDTllle\ ,. ... .. .. .. .. .. .Tuendayii, and Saturdays at S:UO p. nt, Soo Hob _iL ._ as a Ar..............Mayport...... .. ,LT elba ttleaN
t U8 illVuilimcy.: And yet, while ke Laxative liromo Quinine Tablets.All Leave . .. ... .lIlo..II.nrul..bl1ra..y.atlIlJOa.m.. 110. NiTTIPally e. ,
druggists refund the money If It fa.lIsto Paly SAJ POBI BRANCH. Dilly o.ic CITY BRANCH.LT. : e
., we all know what cfiVmtnncy la as dl lll' cure. E. \V. Grove's signature Is on I CenM Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville! Ex.BUD... Sun Kx.Bun... toi

tlngulahcd from what N feminine we each box. 2bcts.Interpretation. F.M.IRONMONGERJII.Aset.Oen.Pa.e.Agt.: : yium* 17.......... Tllla...........Ar III p .......,.N ew Smf rua.. ,.,,.TArTf
cannot.describe It. It U often n\ question A.C.HAGERTYEa.t'nPene.AgL Stats St.', New, York 204 Went Hay. tit..Jacksonville, Fla. Tlea Lv .''.'..s.fn .......* .Lv s 4IipLv....,..., Lake B.l.n.,.,....,, A 1
t' 19 I P.LOVKI.L, Aunt. Fla. 1 89 a Lv..4.... .Out n !!!!.LT lltla 4 1 p LT....., range City...,...,, '
whether we are right In t '.("u.- of, THOS. D. HALEY foot HOKan Local 8t Freight.Jucksoiivllle Agent "'1.... I|Ie. Foot lloan| Ht., .lack.oIlV\11e, Fla. 8661LV,....... .,...int.-prlS.Lvr1U.. Ar......Orang-*City JUDO. ... qr
0e0r Ar .Sanlnrd..L.llnet
p Jug It In iuiy given en so.lu JOHN. L. HOWARD,Superintendent, Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville. Fla. I
1370 1 wars serving, with tho -th Common Dreams THRO. O. OKU., General Manager. WIVt. f CL.VKK co.. Icneral( Agents., TheM TIiM Tables show t'i. tliDM at whlrt trains may b* export. to arrlT and mnu
I Cheaebrouicb; BulldinK. State St., Opposite Battery Park New Yurk. .r from th. -" Jfloni.. but their arrival o.departure aS lh. Mmea stated 1* not ruarMlMt
) United States' (llvlll1')'. One Juno day C. II. WALTON. Agent, TItutvllle, Pin.! nor do*.tb. Ommiemr hold lt..lf rciponBlbl for any delay or any cen..yuao> arfalai UMPenhwof&r ,

I U eves niiiK/uiifod Unit' n newly nuiileocoucl Here the of .. groin.
are interpretations some --- -- -
Bi lloutenunt from West Point hud common dreams: and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.

r t{ en been assigned:. to our company and! Angling.-Much affliction and troubleIn SE.A..B: <>.A.R.IAIR : >
t7T :woirld soon report( for duty with n fishing for something In life that BETWEEN1 MIAMA KEY WEST: AND HAVANA'

cjuad of rec-rultB. He came along In you want very much.Apes.Malefactors. BOOTiTBOUND.C.T. VOBTHBOnND.
a time, but Instead of (bringing recruits LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
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g i, Brought" one gentle yo'ung fellow secret enemies .Miami!.h,_ Vd" ....,.,,...,,.....11 M p Lv.HaTaoa.That,.................. ....J8
looking and deceivers. Ir. K.y VT. tTin* Thu".U, II I Ar. Key We.t.'I'b.-.................... I Mi
., ; who appeared! to be fur better fit !LV', Key W..t. 'Tbem.,,..,.............,... 'Z MH > Lv. ., Wett TBM.. Thurt. .............; TJ: >
[ Burled.-To dream of being burled I"n :. Havana. Frl..; .,. ...... ...... .. ...... II ..e. Ar. Jol..II\I, W.<1.. #rt... ..... ............ l5|

Merlwether pretty sure sIgn! that yoii are to receive SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHEIIX PINES, RICHMOND, Foaeopy of Los I Tim. Card addren y Arnt.D.
ns much wealth as there is earth
been at the fort a duy before the men laid over you. WASHINGTON: BALTIMORE: PHILADELPHIA[ !: NEW YORK, D. RAHIffEIl. Aj .t. Gq. Pa... Agent. ST. ATJGrTTaTTNB, IU

t (began to cnll him Mary. Then followed .
t I eiul Folks.-A good omen courage
a series of practical Jokes of and a clear conscience. Two Elegant! Trains Dully .
which ho was the (butt. In some un- ,.
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explalnulilt way he got: unit In his coffee a very bad sign. It foretells death Florida and Metropolitan Limited ,
Instead of Then there wns FOR. '
3 "J sugar. to the sick and te the healthy sickness Seaboard Fast Mail.
1 .cactus In his (bunk. Coming olT guard ale Kmond Baltimore
and trouble( To dream that you sec Washington
4 + and turning in for a good snooze, he
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yourself with the devil means gain. To MODERN PULLMAN EQUIP Philadelphia Boston Atlanta
was sure to be wakened by mistake .
see the devil tormented means a bnd Asheville Chattanooga Loulsvill.Cincinnati .
for the midnight relief He was the ONLY LINE Operating! Dally Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to
lawsuit but to strike him means glory; St. Louis Kansas GibD.trott
j i47 most unauxiMH'tlng little chap .1 ever New Orleans
and sntlsfnctlon.Funerals. .
ClevelandChicago PittsburROUTE (
a f (saw and a* tho hoys always expressed .
I e kf/hlr iwonder, how such niNtnUos. could hai : .- A good omen signifying For Information sleeper reservations call on any AgentSeabo.'iul etc. _
money or a happy marriage.; .
pen. bfsldea ,great sympathy' for him,
writeA.
or
1' Hanging.-To dream of being hanged
It never entered his head that they signifies that you are to be exalted as O. MAcDONELTj, Asat Gen. TUBS. Agt. Jacksonville:{ Florida., '
j r aF were at tho bottom of his discomforts. O'hgSOUIfilfRN
l high as the gibbet. To dream of being -- -- -
Indeed one day; uo came to me as firsttergeunt -- -
saved from the bad
gallows
means

i+ t. If be couldn't of) the take company extra tours and asked of guard me luck. SPECI.A.L: : x4c w 7L .A.I'ES.TO : .

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1, duty for sonic! of the ringleaders, they Keys.-To dream of loalng keys signifies RAIL W Ii 1f
t To traveler
anger. a It means! hindrances -
i having expressed an extraordinary!
amount of sorrow that he had stumbled and delay. If ;yon are looking CALIFORNIA COLORADO, UTAH, OREGON, WASHINGTON: : MONTANAand

over a pile! of condemned muskets. for a position it means that .;you willsllol.tly the XOltTII} Sr, OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:

on a dark night. Since! they had purpoxcly take charge of other people's VIA, WA8TEKN ATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE;, CHATTANOOGA

put therri In his way this was a money and ST. LOUIS RY. The SoutHern's Palm Limited
i) r trlUo too much for even my thick skin Looking, GhiHM.-Sweetheart coming.

.r I (old him not to bother me with rldlculoua 1\Ion..II'rH.-1"0 dream of any monster Dixie Flyer Route TKo 'Washington RicHmond and
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1 quctitloua and warned the ring- except one from the sea la good luck Florida Limited
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lel ,r. that I would BOO the first man I'r'lpl'f'II.-To! dream of falling from Paring September and October, 100J.Vor : I
h d punished who should again Impose a height means danger by tire. : THe New YorK and Florida Express

'! 1 upon him. The first man was Tom .doHOrlptlve matter, rates, schedule, etc., write to, or call on I

lye Conover, who had been the Instigator IIlull ExplolTa. E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent, I TO THE EAST.

of the most. contemptible, pranksagainst "Tommy" said the schoolteacher toTommy"
1 2UVest! Bay Street, Jacksonville, FU. The Chicago and Florida Special
Taddells. /'what do under
the recruit, and ho was given a you

t walking tour with a billet of wood on stand by the term 'high explosives"* C. E. HARMAN: Gen. Pass. Agt. H. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager THe Florida Limited

his shoulder for a whole afternoon for "Sky rockets, ma'am," replied Tom Naohvllle, Tenn.
Atlanta Ga.
I i his palus.. This stopped the Iiupowl- my.-Judge. I TO THE NORTH AND WEST.
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lion, and Merlwether fell Into the contempt -

of not being noticed. This lasted .

till we wore fighting, the Modocs In PullJDan Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati, via
Line
the lnubedsIn1ST!. o cents Atlantic Coast R'y. Aekeville through "The Land of the Sky."

r Little Meilwetlier didn't like nght- Through trains via The Southern Railway are operated in

ing at oil, that wns pltiln. for the connect' too with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway

l rr"A 1 : color would rush from his cheeks The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: PullnuMt Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through

whenever n bullet whistled too closet trains. .
Eight cents a pound is. Via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line runs over 1 its own rails to
( his delicti e ear. Hut I noticed that To the East!
y for Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington; thence via Ask tor Tickets via Soother. Railway. Ctrreipondenc Solicited.H. '.
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p i, I 1m would grit his teeth And seemed what a young woman paid

tt> lw resolutely fighting himself to Pennsylvania Railway. .
flesh.
of
) V keep his slender body up to Its work. twelve pounds To the West The LAN, via MontRomery. F. CAREY FU. P J03 FLu
t r The M. & O. Railway via )IoDt oDler1. ** AjJ. V. Bay SL JacUooviH.
One afternoon we were having an She was thin and weak and

I 1i especially I hot fight keeping up a the East? via StoAnmhlp. Via Savannah and Ocean S 8 Co, for New York, 6. H. HAJU>'WICX. V. H. TAYLOE,
rN d, fta.ly tire on the Modoca and recelv- paid one dollar for a bottle ofScott's To Phlladoll'hla and Boston, via Savannah: and Merchants* Miners G. wz.1
Puttaga Agent Aa't GtIG'I P.... AgaiWa.bingt.a .
!z'1 fig as Kood as we tent from behind Emulsion and taking Transportation Company for Haltlmore.
n Mtnrnl) breastwork' of lava, when by To Key West. and Havana, via Port Tampa !and Peninsular A: Occidental Steamships D. Co Al&at. Ga.

t''. MtTtwether came crawling toward me regular doses had gained 3--_ u" 1904.

on ell fours with nn expression of itt before S 1xI :Ert.: : .. TOUrt.XSTS: ""X.JOEJTS: : :
l 0 twelve pounds:; weight
hoMJt| _< despair In his face. will be on sate! throughout the Northern, Eastern Western and Southern States to ---
"''''hat is It?" I asked anxiously.!; the bottle was finished. all SUMMER UES>OUTS: via the Atlantic Coast Line, during the season' of lOt!'.!,

t fearing" : something' had gone wrong. limited to return until Nov 31st, with liberal stop-over prtvlled es. THE WALTON RAPID CALKING'IACHINE
"('ono\er-he's hit." Eight cents a pound is Addresses of parties the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied ,

fri "Well?" I could see nothing retunrkublo for such valuable ma with Information and handsome advertising matter

dl. lit Conover bring hit when cheap For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to Patented In the United States (Trent Britain and Canada

I one-UUrd the men were In the same fix. terial. Some pay more, some BOYLSTON J. A. TAYLOR
FRANK C. "t*
d ; "He wnnts water." less nothing for Commercial Agent. Trav. Pass. Agont. RICE, $1.00 and 3.0O EACII. /Should be used by every Boat Builder In the '1'

"(let him some from a canteen. some get JACKSONVILLE, FLA.T. In Use by soma of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.3t .

."There's not a drop to be found anyw ; their money. You'get yourmoney's M. EMERSON, II. M. EMHUMJN, W. J. CRAIG. Sale
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1 hero.Vell." Tralll Manager. Asst. Traffic Mgr.WILMIXOTON Geu'l. Pass. Agent by

{ 4 E "\ then be must go dry, for tbe worth when you buy N. C. Jas. Pritchard & Son,

t only water near l la down there In that Scott's Emulsion. _ "1 TUSV1LLE, FLOKH'A'
crr'vice, and no one can g<> there without
I fretting shot." We will send you a little WHITE'S CREAM :: SEE THE TESTIMOXIAI.fr FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS .

"[(u's suffering Ilrl' lltully." -- -- ---- -- - -- -- ----- --- -
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t "Co (buck( to your) place, you little free. V .70 R MS VERHrllFUGE o THE ADVOCATETOB
OFFICEAll
1i tool) 1 said\ sharply;" remembering It..,III QglUtU" 1.11I Quality. PRINTING

i \\'het he bud suXered: nt Conover'a SCOTT & BOWNK, CHEMISTS SJdb
s i' hlltllb.lIe For 20 Years Has Led af1Irrr; n !i s. n kinds of Commercial Stationery( printed at the above office

( q crawled l back, and 1 dismissed 409 Pearl Street, New York ppS.3): T3Y J\r.: 7". :l1'ZLYTCkeCiZe3Tfl..i : : LETTERHEADS, NOTEHEADS ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS, SH IPrI "lt
LouJsJ

the l'r mutter seutly from I saw my a flight mind.that filled. me Soc. and f i.oo ; a'l druggists.; -L '-I'.I.- fryotl- -+a-- _J.? ...- F. BAl.LARD_.. St. TAGS CARDS, etc., etc, printed cheaply and e p dltlou l1'rlid



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TITUSVltLE. BROECK wall "' ''I'k'.Irlf'll eggs| .slu-lU
WONDERFUL
, van?*. plates ,;lasses* pliiffd In everycorner The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block.PATEN'rED
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1721AN: : :: RIVER. : eO'I'EJ -- mid tronCeal.'tl In. every nooK ,
THe ORIGINAL SPOTLESS TOWN IS cupboards! full of ImiHlrfila of triflesand

OY.T E-IYDIAY-RIVER. IN NORTHERN HOLLAND. ornament without nani. I' crowd-
lug disorder and utter confusion of INTH15 UNITED STATEH'and all CIVILIZED COUNTRIES,

TITUSVILLE, A !**..tn.... and n llrllllnncr That t'Olora.-l'ubllc.o Oplulou. .t
I
' Are Absolutely Painful Pervade the This SELF-LOCKINO TACKLE BLOCK which bus just been 1
FLORIDA. The test Prescription for Malaria
Whole Finer-Rolen Which the la. Chills and Fever I la a bottle of drove's patented all the civilized countries throughout) the' world, will

---- habitant Bl".t Otmerre. Tasteless Chill Tonic It Is simply Iron hoist and lower like any block and tackle, and WILT. STOP AND

J. G. BAST Proprietor. Far up III northern Holland among and quinine In a tasteless form No AUTOMATICALLY: : whenever needed, Soft Rope, Wire

u the dikes and cunala of the little king/ Cure, No Cure. Price !BOcts. Rope) or Chain can be u t'd. Nothing to get out of order,any person ;

dom lies Droeck. the original Spotless can use it. NO CLEAT NEEDED. The same device' Is used In

t DUCK SHOOTING Town. Tile palings of ,the fences of Seven.Numerous Cheek! and Deck Blo'kllTill hoist, lower andjUx'k: at will, frena
a E I I the beliefs concerning
M, are queer
E.1t streets below or at height, 1IlllIlIlt'! down or at angle, an 23
and FISHINGKates Broeck are sky blue. The !! are the number 1K"'t'n.o'rom the Any any : ounce or
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_i_ paved with shining bricks of many col. very earliest ages the seven great plan tons, according to the size and shape of the tackle! block. Only one

o % b : $2 50 per day. ors. The houses are rose colored, ets were known und ruled this world, rope, chain or wire rope. la used at a time The dame' pulley does for

black gray purple, light blue or pale nnd .the dwellers In It. and their number each There I be no ratchet teeth to out the rope, or trigger attach.
$10 and $12 per week. green. The doors are painted and glid entered Into every conceivable matter I ment to thin device.

ed. For hours you may not see .a soul that concerned uiuu. There are The Relt-T.oeklag I Tackle Block is necessary! for Ynl.t and Vessels t

In the streets or at the windows. The seven days In the week, "seven holes of all kinds, Bridge and House Building, Aerial Trolleys, Railroads

JACKSONVILLE: streets and houses, bridges windows in the"head, for the master stars are Quarries, Lumbermen, 'Vart'holl"t's.1\la"llIJlI. Foundries, Marine .Service

and barns show a neatness arid a brilliancy seven seven ages both for wan and Mines, Machine Shops' Steamboats; Stage ('t'nt'ry,1"nlnter*, Circuses, Breweries
the world In which be I hen. There are
that are absolutely painful. At seven material bea"CUR. There are i ; Wells, Stables, Harness Koonm, Butchers, Tanneries, Slaughter Houses,

OVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. every step a new effect Is disclosed a even' colors In the spectrum and seven' Factories of all kinds ; for( line in hoisting ashes, and for farm and plantations

new scene Is beheld as If painted upon notes In the diatonic octave and the Fire Escapes, Fire DepartmentelUggere. Can also be used' in the Protection

the drop curtain of a stage. Everything .flooding" note of th(>' scale Is. the of Fruit Trees and gathering of Fruit and Vegetables stretching wires and

Is minute compact painted seventh. Be It noted that the seventh ropes of all kinds Hoisting Flags, Dumb Walters, Elevator: Hail Boats of alt

Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located4 Thoroughly repaired and re spotless and clean. In the houses of son Is not always gifted with beneficent kinds, Awnings, Tents, Blinds, Bicycles, Klectrln 'Light purpose., :Sash Lights,

novated. Broeck for donning purposes you will powers. In Portugal he Is be- In :Meat Markets\ and :Stores of all kinds] Hunting Camps, nnlll'l'ivntl.nlU8l'1I( ,
Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . Bud big brooms, little brooms, toothbrushes lieved to bo subject) to the powers of
from the kitchen!' to the bed, room. In fact, it can tin used with great utilitywherever ,
aqua fortls whiting! for the darkness and to be compelled every
Rates $2.50 per day and up. window panes rouge for the forks and Saturday evening to assume! the like- a tackle block is needed It .saves time, money and labor, ano tylg
or fastening of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything else' ,18 I needed.
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor spoons coal dust for the copper emery uess. of an ass.-St. James Gazette.
for the Iron utensils brick powder for All kindsjaiuljall: sizes can be used either ashore or ab.1I1r.lllh-ip, :and will

the floors and even small splinters of Ilcnutlt'iil Complexions not cost much nioretlmn the ordinary pulley WALTON'S'$ PATENT i

ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE wood with which to pick out the tiny Are spoiled by using any kind of preparation SELF-LOCKING TACKLE :BLOCK ID similar In shape, weight and size to the )

FLA. bits of straw In the cracks between the that lllls the pores of the skin. ordinary pulley blocks. In every day use, and is made in different shapes and :

t ,, bricks. Here are some of the rules of The bent way to secure a clear complexIon sizes to suit! all purposes. There Is. absolutely nothing to get out of order. It ',I

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened this Cltlcrna wonderful must leave town:their shoes at the blotches; free, etc.from, Is to keep sallowness tbe liver, pimples In good has no springs, wedge, teeth or trigger rope; and. Bolt rope} chain and wire i

this season._ Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water door when entering. house. order. An occasional dose of Heroine rope can be 1111l"llln the same block. \
Before or after sunset no one la allowedto will keep the disease the bowels, regular A sample of thejpulley block) may be Keen at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE
Baths, Elevator eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All smoke excepting with, a pipe having a the liver, and soostabllsh a clear, healthy otllre
Fla.
cover, so that the ashes will not be scat complexion. I TiOo, Wilson & Son. Tltusvllle I
street care pass the door. Bates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. tered upon the street. ,T. O. WALTON, I

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Any must one vet crossing out of the the village saddle oti and horseback lead. The Old War of Passing. mil. Inventor of the above j al..o. rat'llt'Calklng for Boats, Eto. I

the hone.. A. document found among the Duke Ofllres' : New York, Boston and Titusvllle, Fla.Ofllolal ;
A cuspidor shall be kept by the front. of Rutland's papers 'at Ltolvolr castle .. .
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door of each house, where It may be aocesalbla -
EW VICTORIA HOTEL Corner Mala\ and Adams Sts. from the window throws a curious light upon tbe mode ___ ..
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JACKSONVILLE FLA. It la forbidden to cross the village In a I of getting' private bills through the Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association,
carriage'or to drive animals through the house of commons In the days of King .

Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates $2,00 and $2.50:; .treeta. I Charles II. The case In band was the
per In addition to those established rulesIt divorce bill of John Lord> de floes an The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
day. European plan; rooms, 00 cents to $1.00 each per do. Is the custom for every citizen who affair\ Unit caused a great, deal of gos
R. BIXLER sees a leaf or a bit of'straw blown before One of his Manufacturers
Proprietor. sip in 1U day. lordship'sagents of:1
his house by the wind to pick It
wrote In January KiJ7( : "On :::1
up and throw it into tho ciuinl. The- WtHlncHday last I got six and forty of
Si.ABUEEZFS.he 500 out of the
villageto
people paces
go
tlio. house of commons to the Dog tav
dust their shoes! Dozens of boys. 0
ern. In the palace yard at Westminster ,
ore paid to blow the dust from between when were present Mr. Attorney M
e Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE. tho bricks In the streets four GlIel'nlllnd Mr. George Montagu. As .
times an hour. In certain houses the 3
soon as they had dined we curried =
l carried the thresholdso !
guests are over ,
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. them all to the house of commons, ami I
as not to soil the pavements. At '
they passed/ tbe bill as the committee \
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze the most one time the mania for cleaning in =
popular summer re- without any amendments and orderedIt
Itroeck reached such point that the I-' FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description. :
sort In Florida will be under the a a
management of Col. C. C. Post during the to be reported( the next day
summer'season of 1902. Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York housewives of the village neglected {Dealomlla! Seine Twine, Maltre Corel, Hope Etc. tn
,
eveu their religious duties for scrubbing Originator Wholesale Prlcee direct to the Fisherman.
will play daily, afternoon and ; YOU KNOW WIIAT YOU AUK!: TAKING
evening1. and washing. The village pastor, When take Grove's Tasteless Chill 70-81-8:1( : E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111. '
Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and attention to their I you letter.. )
every otter trying every sort of persuasion, Tonio because the formula Is .Mention The ADVOCATE In your
plainly
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comfort... Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special : preached a long sermon. in which be printed on every bottle showing that It Is .n
Association
We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's .
rates for families for the season. Address, C. C. POST Seabreeze Fla. declared that every Dutchwoman who elmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless \

r bad faithfully fulfilled her duties to- fot'm. No cure, No pay. ROots.' __ .00 _.. .. _._ ... __ ___ .. .. .____-'
ward God In this world would find in ,
tbe next n bouse'packed full of furniture Their Word Stuck.
IF YOU WANT A. '
he Sea Side Inn SEABREEZE, and stored with the most various When Murk Twain was In Egypt, he .. ..
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(DAYTONA) FTJV. and precious articles of use and orua- one day nrruiiKi'd;: with a friend to meet ,
ment which not being dlwtructed by him at one of the pyramids. The latter

Opposite Keating's New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern other occupations she would be able engaged/: / two old but ,'xperlcncl'l1raba .Building Lot

hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach In Florida Is now" open for to brush wash and polish for all eter to guide him to the place. lie afterward .. i iI

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining nity. The promise of this sublime couiplalnod !that, although be hud I
recompense and the thought of this some knowledge of their native lauguage. '
Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms $7 to $10
per or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOIL OCCUPANCY
extreme happiness filled the women he could not understand anything
week. JAS; II. JOHNSON &
SONS.
with such ferver and piety that for that his guide hud said to him. LAND FOIL" AN ORANGE GROVE,
[Winter House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, Florida. months thereafter tbe pastor bad no "You should] have hired younger
cause tor complaint. men." Mr. CletneiM told him. "These PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TnUCKWe :;AnDEN, !
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Around bouse In Broeck toothless old fellow talk only
every are gum
probably have for sale) just what you are seeking
WEST PALM IJKACII. buckets benches, rakes hoes and Arabic." ( I

stakes nil colored red blue, white or Settlers are flocking In but mill. there& Is room. If you! are \
yellow. The brilliancy and variety of Ho Learned a Great Truth.It .
looking this way, drop a line to !
colors and the cleanliness brightnessand is said of John Wesley that he once
The Leamington'WEST CFLORIDABEACII; miniature pomp of the place are aid of Mistress Wesley "Why do you JAS. E. INGRAHAM '3rtl Vicf'.l're-.ldent. j
wonderful. At the windows there ore tell that child the same thing over andover i j
embroidered curtains with rose cob again: \?" t'Jubn Wesley, because ILOKIDA EAST COAST R'Y, .
W. C. ERNST, Manager.On ored ribbons. The blades bands and once telling Is not eooujili." It Is for -
ST. AUGUHTI E. FLA.
nails of the gayly painted windmills this same reason that you are told again i)
Lake Worth opposite Postoffice and business houses. Large verandas and again that Chamberlain's Cough -
shine like silver The houses are

Strictly first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. brightly varnished and surrounded counteracts Remedy cures any colds tendency and of grip these; that III.It.. CHAS. E LCrMr. : : cSc 06 J

with red and white railings and fences. eases to result In pneumonia, and that It -.
-- The panes cf glass In the windows are 1 I. pleasant and sate. to take. For sale by .17, Stow Bayat.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

HENDEItSONVILLE, N. C. bordered by many lines of different all druggists and medicine dealers

-- hues. The trunks of nil tbe trees are
painted gray from root to, branch. III. Title.

HIGH PARK PLACE IIENDERSONVILLE N. C. Across the streams tire many little "If It were customary In this country FULL Putt, :
wooden bridges each painted as white to confer titles upon men who go In for ;V
as snow. The gutters are ornamented literature what would I be?" asked a !
OldStone, Mansion In a park of fifteen acres. with a sort of wooden' festoon, perforated conceited Journalist of his senior. t

For Rooms and Terms address : like lace. Tbe pointed facades "Baron of Ideas" was the terse re- EXPRESS EXPRESS ,
are surmounted with a small ply. PREPAID PREPAID
11'88. FItEDERIKA S. CANTWELL. ,
weathercock, a little lance or some
-. thing resembling a bunch of flowers. While opening a box, J. C. Mount, of i$39? :

NEW YOUIC Nearly every bouse bag two doors Three Mile Day, N. Y., ran a ten peony f 9
one In front and one, behind the last nail through the fleshy part of his hand. .. er 4 .-,....
for everyday entrance and exit and "I thought at once of ull the pain and S
the former soreness ibis would l cause me," be sits, I f 64ts
opened only on great occasions fi
New York Furnished Rooms.Well such as births. deaths and marriagea. "and Immediately applied Chamberlain's .
Pain Balm and ocoasl .Qallv afterwards.
To my surprise It removed all pain and t IDoz.I r
furnished rooms at 10 West 21.t Street, New York. Southerners will The gardens< are as peculiar as the the Injured part were soon healed." F> r

find this location very desirable for shopping, and U In close proximity to all bouses. The paths are hardly wide sale by all druggists and medicine dealers. DELIVERED fOR i
enough to walk In. One could put .
places of amusement. Address: his arm around the flowerbed The Qtso0

Mrs. D. REMU GEn, 10( W. 21st street, New York. dainty arbors would barely hold two fOR$12ct9
I persons sitting close together. Tbe little

i myrtle hedges would scarcely reach
: to the knee. of a four-year-old child. / / for the 1'n.b8t Brewing Co.IDon't .

I Between the arbors and the flowerbeds .. .
Hotel -- -- -
Marlborough : run little canal which seem made 7d49 -

I I to float paper boats. They are crossed ;t"t::
by miniature wooden bridges, with T-P t lls'ure..on'tlpoAtion )

Broadway, ::16th and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. colored pillars and parapet There by agiutlng; : the

400 Room. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con- I are ponds tbe size of a bath whIchare kI r 7idtIfiI bowels, but regular action/ cannot be secured until the liver
almost concealed
by illllputtan
secretes enough bile to make the __ Intestines
ducted on American and European plans, and is managed under the personal boat tied with red cords to blue execute their natural functions. M Unnat
stakes, tiny staircase and miniature mkJr"oF't ural agitation caused by cathartics, Bj e
supervision of the owner. kitchen garden.. Everything could be / l; 'lGUl'lAZIifJ. edar4: continual and Increasing- doses to
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. measured with the hand crossed at a ? attain the results. n

leap demolished by a blow. Moreover compCOISI I
there are trees cut in the shape Ree G.ilurlr r

of fans, plume and dicks, with their acts on the "
Hotel Yendome Broadway and 41st Street, trunk colored white and blue. At lrswtflv r liver{ cures Chills

every step one discovers a new effect,
NEW YORK CITY. e and Fever, and every forM of
a fresh combination of hues, a novel
Malarial Bilious, Remitting; and Inter
caprice some new absurdity.
FIREPROOF. 300 room., single and en suite, with private baths and toilet Tbe room are very tiny and resemble -IVTANTED\V, :man or l' ly TBCHTWORTItY la each county to OE'fTU manage' : ; Fevers, and, ty going; to the seat of the

$2 and with so many bazaars. There... porcelain biulnwM for an old MUtillnhml house of trouble works permanent cure.
Good $1.CO large rooms ;
rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. rooms ; solid 1 fla.nrUI tmndlnir. A itralKbl Mme Me
figures on the cupboard Chinese wmkly. eiwh Mlary of '1II.oo'.ld hy chock each FIFTY CENTS Pr.R feOTTlB

private lath $2.50 per day and up*aids. The management! Is under tbe personal CUp. and sugar bowl on and under WwlnvwU. Money with all.. expentmi..._ for direct r>'p'nee.from bawl.nanntn. Man.age ..

supervision of the owner. FRANK ORUEN, Manager the tables plate fastened oo the ?, 14)Caapmbuilding. lhlcsga| 2Jan3 II. IC. WILSON & SOY.i .







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I f l l t, 2fNCIl r : FLORIDA STATE FAIR. WOMEN-CADIDATES. Robbins & Graham Go. WATCHES. "Silver Plate

? railroads entering Mat Wears"
"' All tile Lake City All the political parties In Colorado
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, will run special excursion trains on certain have this year given a recognition to (Incorporated.)

41 West Bay Street, days during the Fair, at greatly reduced women upon their tickets. The Republicans PAID UP CAPITAL 2500000.
p rates. have nominated Mrs A. IL. Brandt, .
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA I of Cripple Creek, for State Superintendent This company own.LANDS. -
A large heard of cattle from Tennessee of Public Instruction and Mrs. Eliza A FULL LINE OF'Vatcbes
stock In this section of
Largest country. ::I :: ;
'- has been entered, and the best Dairy Thompson for a member the House of ,
Established In 1808.( Animals In the South will be exhibited.
I Representatives. The Democrats have the St.
t In the Indian Rive Country On
; and Clocks
h Send for descriptive catalogue. You will see a modern dairy In actual renomtnated for State Superintendent of ,
----- operation and have a chance to eat butter Publlo Instruction Mrs. Helen L. Gren- Lucie River; at New River and on Bay .

in less than an hour after the milk fell, the present Incumbent and Mrs.
Prices to suit the times.
; r; ?.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,. comes from the cow. Alice M. Ruble aa a member of the Bisoayne. Jewelry,

a' Friday Nov. 14th will be "School House of Representatives. The Social Send for Land List.

t Brewing Asso's. Cblldrpn'a' Day" It Is hoped all schools ists have nominated Mrs Mlla\ Tupper Offices at Tltugvllle and Miami, Fix and
will close on that day. Schools In charge Maynard and Mrs. Celia B. W bite bead
F
of teachers will be admitted at merely for the State Senate. Since equal suf-

Famous St. Louis Keg anti But nominal rates. Don't forget the gold rage was granted nine years ago, ten Market
I East Coast Meat Silverware
tied Hear. medal contests for Florida boys and girls, Colorado ,
to be decided on that day.
L 11 i Bold by :Mauri.F.A. Lostey and lower house. They are said to have G. F. DUREN, Agent. ALWAYS IN STOCK.
The will be best
races amongthe ever rendered excellent service.
R. L.:1otlowTltnerllleFla.: x
I +1't seen In the South. Recordbreakinghorses Mrs. Mary G C. Bradford, who has -
t By Mr. R. L. Motlow,Cooos Via. from the best stables In the been nominated by the Democrats as one :0; SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing -
g .
; country will come from the Inter-State sc,2
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of the regents of the State University, Q.
JOSEPH ZAPF and Georgia State Fairs direct to Florida. III a Southern woman by descent. Her Wrrd of Fine Watches and Jewelry.
Remember that the world's record On c::> r warranted for 12 months. "/ 847
mother, Anna T. Carroll, was a grand. s: All work Rogers Bros:
Sole Agent. half-mile track was broken at our Fair. daughter of Daniel Carroll, one of the h =
last year. signers of the Constitution, and a grand. s: Spoon. Forks Knives etc., alJ

010 to 6.20 West Bay Street, The colored people are very enthusiastic 'nelce of Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, -- G. L. MAN DA V I ILL E, combine the desirable featurel'of nival

w over the Colored Department, for who signed the Declaration of Indepen- plate-artistic designs carefully fiiwliJ
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 'which separate provisions and special dence.. Her' father came of the old Craig ,' TUB JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.:: with highest grade of plate. RememUI

'4 premiums will be made. The Board of family of Kentucky, an;J was one of the -C'-2 TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. "1847'-the mark of theRogers. genuiu

Managers of this department consists of leading lawyers of New York. Mrs. c3. c'DFa .
__ till/I! VMJjfUa: ?'1I tiCy Successor to H. T. Whaler. : I
Bradford Is widow with several
Prof. N. B. Young, Tallahassee; Rev.J. a

; ci 1 L. Moore, St. Augustine; ..f. M. children. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.If .

CltlJ.Dewey; Pensacola D. McDuffy; ,B.Ocala J. ;Jones Prof, W.Lake J. Convention The Arapahoe. elected County seventeen Republican. women E. L. ::se ::o &:, :::seO.::

Jarvis, Jacksonville; S. F. Iladley, Lake among the delegates from Denver to the DEALERS IN- ,
and Kev. D. A. Perrln State and Congressional Conventions, q -
City Tampa.
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and the Arapahoe County Democratic GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT'
1 .I The Florida State Fair Association Convention elected 22. rir I IF ,

4 wishes to interest the boys and girls of We handle PRODUCE of all kinds.! We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE

Florida In the development of our great We deal exclusively: the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cone
!State.: The Fair to be held In Lake City BLAZING ICE CREAM. era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station

on November 11, 12, 13: and 14, 1902, willIIhow E. L. BRADY BRO. TITU8VILLE FLA.
how much we have In which to Joseph Jefferson tells a story of dram ,

: take honest pride. We wish to make atio "business" In the earlier days of the
you feel a personal Interest In the Fair. Walnut Street Treater in Philadelphia.

I We have, therefore, offered the following "Camille" was being played, and all was S. W. CA.RaOLL: ,

special prizes to be competed for by pupils going with intensity, says the New York
In the public schools of the State Times. Then came a scene between -Dealer In-

Friday, Nov. 14th, In Lake City. You Camille and Armand, In the course of GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND
I I GROCERIES. YEGETABLE&I&
i DURING can learn full particulars of your county which a servant was to enter with lights. j/ Z ,
THESE
HOT DAYS
school superintendent, who will be kept I "In those days" says Mr. Jefferson, __ Crockery, Glass! and Tinware. Tour Patronage Solicited,
I' '( f open up one of my bottles of officially informed.. The contests will "sea island cotton was stage ice cream FLORIDA.
f OLD1WINE OR WHISKEY be under the general supervision ef Miss just as molasses and water was stage TITUSVILLE; '

Clem Hampton, who Is superintendent of wine, sherry or port, according to the --- -_
j and drink to the health and prosperity of Your House Goes up in Smokeand
the Educational of the Fair.
Department proportion of molasses Armand and
friends and self. .
These goods are and wholetome. Gold medals are offered as follows: Camille were seated at the table where loose everything INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

I ,i Unexcelled: for richness pure strength and 1. Best declamation by boy under 13 they had been enjoying such viands as it you!Is your own fault
flavor. years old. these and their dialogue war making : : :, FLA.

t'' j ROBT. T.. !\IOTT.OW, 2. Best; declamation by boy between 12 the very best sort of an Impression on a 37M.ro: : :Xxi.is-vurA.xi.oo.: : 1 Is[ prepared to furnish Ice In any qua.ntltJ'-8acked' or loose. Special attentlu

'' TITUSVILLE: and COCOA and 10 years old. crowded house. Then in came that maid sufficient to cover the value of the prop- paid sacking,for Yachts.or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
I FLA. 3. Best_ recitation' by girl under 12 servant with the wabblest sort of can erty and household effects should be car T. WETMORE Proprietor.

?' t Y, years old. delabra. The scene was so engrossing ried. Rates are! not high. companies
't' I
d : Bros. 4. Best recitation by girl between 12 'that she was scarcely noticed but when we represent are solvent reliable and lib
Hodgson and 1U years old. she set down her burden between" the eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.

'I tb' 5./ Best story by boy or girl under 16 lovers and one candle toppled out and Don't neglect to take out a policy.
EAU GALLIE INDIAN RIVER
_ II, ,; ; FLA. years old, subject to be announced at put the Ice cream In a blaze-well, the SCHUYLER & 3RANNING: Special Attention !IGIVF.N'

( Marine Railway. time of contest, hut to be confined to strain was broken. The entire audience TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
I 'J a General Merchants and Florida scenes and characters. burst into a laugh, and the curtain had
Ship Chandlers.
Invited.WASHINGTON .
Correspondence
1,1, 6. Best essay by boy or girl under 16 to be rung down. : TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
rIIl\l1.1\ Special,, Facilities.. years old, subject to be! announced at
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K For hauling Out, Storing and Repairing time of contest, but to be confined to Hardware Tinware Crockery Glassware
something actually seen at the State Fair, CHURCH NOTICES.The D. C. ,

Yachts and Launches.) or to some Influence of the Fair, ,

4 Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. Tttusvllle Presbyterian* Sunday ONLY' $16.O5. Harness and Stoves.

ROLLINS COLLEGE.The school will meet at 3.IO: ) every Sunday
,
I1UKVAKU COUNT TKKASUIIKK'SSTATKMKNT. afternoon. From Jacksonville. correspondingrates k;SF"Our Stock Is Complete and We Can FlU Orders Promptly!]
A from other points. First-
+ : Children's Day will be observed at the
eighteenth year of Rollins. College/ class round-trip tickets on sale
II October I"t. 1IM..3. opened last Wednenday, with the largest Baptist church Sunday evening Oct. 5th. Oct. 3, 4, 5 and (6, limit by exten- Jas. Pritchard <& Son.
I w Italaneecaehouhind,8Hit t.luw.\( t 8.UTt 77 All are cordially Invited to attend.
Amuun'rouolvudtn. Sent 1\lKi-2. ........ 6,12881 enrollment at any time since the freezeof sion olio additional, to Nov. :3rd.
'!\I!.">. Students are here fiom all parts Service at the Methodist church on Account G.A.U. :No extra charge t

.' ,7 Total ..... ...11,311I011L \ of this State from Alabama, Cuba, New next Sunday) at 11 a. m. and 7'M p. in. for fast time or "the luxurious Postoffice Box: 212,
.4 .t 8 warrant pi Iii In I'el't.| lima, '
+ {' and delivered. to County and tiGliool liuunl. 4.001I93 Illinois New York, Massachusetts, In- pastor. :NEW INITIAL ., :: :

} ,..... diana and Michigan.The _______H _ ____ ._ __ _. ___ .__ ____. __ __.
Balance on banil Oct. tat,1902. 6.788 10 tlmt of the new buildings, the Rev. H. Kelguin, synodioal missionaryof LINE AT
the Presbyterian Church will preachat JACKSONVILLE.The rUS'V'JLLE:: : : LeI'TTZ'r1: Y ST.A.DLE.:
1 Laura BALANCE!: I* HELD AS rol.LOWHI music hall, Is ready for occupancy. It has
'ire Iepuelted lu Iiiilluu River state Hank, been named Billings Hall\ In honor of Rocklodge next Sunday morning at 11

,, y c. monthly per ('".hi."r'. uertlnoato,attuuliwlto $ 6,7fw 10DALAMCU the donor, Mrs.! Billings of Connecticut. a. m. and at the Tltusville Presbyterian Southern .Railway.
church at 7iO:: m.
4l will be the p.
boathouso
A bfiltduring
h BKLoaoiJtn BACH FUND AS FOLLOW new FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES: :!,
*. and the ground will be broken for a church will
yeai, The ladies of the Baptist
.
County R.venoet7eneraFund f 2(1BO( 04
i'I r I .. Kimil. and tlrUliftt! .Fund ...... ... CM/ (Ml' now science ball. Plans are being drawn hold their next social at the residence. of MOST LUXURIOUS ...STABLES... '' BUGGIES::!,
''c Huildlnir Fund ... 2 rfa2H.I for ol her new buildings Mrs. Mima Wednesday evening Oct. TRAINSIN
:: : : .Fund.:::::::
Kln and Forfeiture 21)3IM The faculty will be, as strong this year 8th Everyone U cordially invited.
II ... .. THE WORLD. BAGGAGE
( F"" .ltlliI'rta"era|: FU lilt (till J
Bj.eo.Road r'niid, New l)l 1at.No. t.... .... 1117( 2S as It has been In the past. Among the Come and have a good time. .
? 8... .... 41* 77 new professors are Miss Julia Reed, of Every morning at 0:00 o'clock. TRANSFER of
'} 1, .". 4.... .., 1,7M 47m Georgia, who will have charge of.tho Every evening at 7:55:; o'clock 3 and TURNOUTS:
j II u n n II o.... .... ,14 MISLEADING RERORT.
i ... ......... school of elocution. Miss Reed comes from Jacksonville; less than 23: ETC. a
County name Warden Fund :lilt mi II A U IJ lNG, ..all kinds..
pJ Property| of Umewieil. Perwinn. t'unil. .... I (Mlfla unusually highly recommended both as hours to Washington via South
_ 1 ()ountfl'hoeI-U""Pt'a1 1"1111.1........ .... BHHpoclttl a teacher and as a publlo reader. She A most Inaccurate and misleading ern Railway.

I .. Tax" School.. Dlat." No... a L...... tll'l 04 m 13 will\ use the methods In teaching that are story has been going the rounds to the City Ticket) Office, 108 West Bay St. J. M. OSBAN & BRO,

f I. II.. il i* 3..,..,..,,.. 70011Total used with such great success In the effect that census figures prove that the Jacksonville, Fla. TITUSVILT.EBack of Grand View hotel.- FLORIDA.,

t University of Chicago. Frof. Dickenson" average human life has been prolonged, Full Information be obtained -
yr' .... 6,78815 ---- -- ----------
1 I will- have charge of the business school. during thAt last contury. some. 7.4 veura. from
F. H. HaY_, County Treaaorer.WEATHER ; i of well-known THE OLD RELIABLE
He Is a member the The census figures ilno. u'll thing., :
H. F. CART D. P. A. Jacksonville Fla.
I Tampa family of the name Mrs. F. 1' They show that the "median age" average ,
', REPORT. Ensmtnger will have charge of the classes has risen during this period by that Rollins
In German. She Is a graduate of Ober. of College
amount, but a further reading the TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The ,
1 lin has done post graduate work at Radelike statement compiled by the census'abowsthat
j k Uy Rev. Jas. II. White observer for and studied In Gottlngen, Germany. the "Age composition" of the population Founded 1885. Has special Florida charter. The South Florida College. Open

p 7 Weather Bureau, U. S. ioveinment. Mr Charles Mo&Iurray, who has at has been subjected to other and following are the times! of arrivalind October 1st. Located on a high pine ridge, among the spring-fed lakes of Onuvp,(

SUMMARY: FOR SKPTKMHKK, 1902.:! tended Rollins preparatory for years, will rnoiedistuiblng influences than the pro departure of passenger trains to and County. Absolutely no malaria.

1 Highest temperature on the :IlOtli. O'JI.O: hold the Orange county scholarship at gross: of sanitation and the advance of from Tltusville: COLLEGE. PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

I.owelt" 20th. 72.0 the school In Bartow. Mr. MoMurray medicine. The age oomposi tion has been soimiiion-sn. MUSIC SCnoOL. SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION.

Mean for the month,. . . 60.6 won the scholarship by a competitive affected of late years by an Increased Influx Leaves Tltunvllle for Miami and ) 8:.. PKOHTHBOCMD. ._. BUSINESS SCIIOOL. ART SCHOOL.
ti { Average mean for 21yeal'l. . 80.7Ullheat" examination: In which he led his nearest of adult population from foreign Intermediate points.at t
T "In 18tl1.: 82.5 opponent_by twenty-six points. countries. This one fact Is sufficient in Excellent equipment. Thorough, modern Instruction.
t ', 1 I J.olil'elt" "In 1887.! 7D.3 Mr. Uuy Frazer and his sister came to Itself to account for the rise of the medianage Leave Tltasvllle and Intermediate for Jacksonville point at J 1,40: D'm. Beautiful location. A room for every student
Rollins by way of New York, on account without attributing f It to the boon of Best Board. Expenses! low. Best Influences. Catalog on app tluo.
Rainfall In Inches . . .... 10.08 Tltnuvllla for Sanford 7 :IllS ft.ni
Average for 23; years. . .:.. 8.04 i of the quarantine regulations. carbolic acid or paragorlo. There Is Arrives Titnsvllla from Sanford 1:13 p.in REV. GEORGE H. WARD, D. D., Principal, Winter Park Fla.
,, i Greatest lu 1S7S. 2378 nothing to show that people live any

1, i' f Least in 188-J: . 3.01 FREIGHT RATES REDUCED. longer than before. ARE YOU GOING NORTH 7

I h Prevalliogdirectlonof wind . E:

; F Number" of"fair clear days." .. .. . .. .. J3;V A special from -Tallahassee states that I I A SUGGESTION. If you are, why not consult your pleasure THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY. .
.s and comfort and travel by one of the
.. Florida Railroad Commission has
to the

.i i .cloudy.dallwlthraln... . 13 6 just put In force a reduction of 16 :I-J: TiresVILI.E!! FLA., Sept. 30, loo.:!. popular magnificent Clvdo ships Line of the, sailing famous from and Jack-ever
cent In freight rates on oranges,
s } Island Home, lemons per pineapples and vegetables moving Editor East Coast AJroralei sonville. These fine steamships are fit WHOLESALE FRUIT. PRODUCE' POULTRY MERCHANTS.
,
Meriltts Island FU.OVER .
ted with modern convenience:: the
over the Florida East Coast" Railway I As Tltusville\ has become a ,regular every ;
the most staterooms are models of contort and We buy for cash,, or receive on commission all kinds! of Fruits an traverses Important
This railway for those who
not own
1 FIVE THOUSAND OF WALT fruit and vegetable section In the stock stockyard In town but only also for the surround the bill of fare Is all that could be de and guarantee'the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We give our

I ton's Rapid! Calking Tools now In use State, and reliable estimates_ place the ing settlements we would respectfully sired. From all Coast places of Importance close personal attention! to the consignments, and any business entrusted tout !will!

by boat owners In the United States. saving to the shippers by the reduction suggest that the town council protect the along the East the residents are have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Returns art
.
the Clvde Line
and
Price $&.011( and fs.OO each at the AD ) patronizing on their
just made at *:>0, return from the :North words of made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes; Potato
J VOCATE office, Tltusville, Fla. e It Is given out that this action of the avenue by running three or four strong many Cabbage,
T' Railroad Commission Is but the first step barbed wires across each window in praise are bestowed upon the Clyde Onions Celery, Oranges, Limes Lemons, Pineapples, Peaches, Plums, Grape*
and their courteous officers.
The
4 toward a reduction In freight rates on of broken said stock ships eta,
danger being by
; A Fine Home For' : Sale. all the service is excellent, and a trip upon one etc.We
and vegetables on railway
fruit CITIZEN.
South. of these palatial and staunch Clyde ships solicit correspondence and will keep you In touch with the market.
J lines In the
I, A model southern home In South end will be a revelation. Early applications
The New York
GET ONE OK. WALTON'S RAPID will secure choice accommodations. Grocery Co.,
of Brevard county, on the Indian hirer for Kvllnwl P..ralltn.V.K..
UM
1 :New
k Tools If want to Calk For attention and particulars
Calking prompt ,
in tho center of the pineapple belt. Nice you lOft-UI BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
,
with It write to F. M. Ironmonger jr. assistant
9-1' \ and out-bulldlngs. Ten A new and Important use for Refined your Boat lightning rapidity. ; ,
fruiting time and and for Itself general agent, Jacksonville
j : acres Parafflne Wax seems to have been discovered saves money pays passenger -
lemon lime and grapefruit; trensmoetv by a prominent resident of Ohio In a few weeks. In use by prom Fla.; or to C. II. Walton, agent, ADVO-
t them. who. had two trees inent boat-builders in the U. S. Read OATR office, Tltusville, Fla.
all have fruit on Beautiful yards living near Lancaster,
testimonials from boat-builders. Price Seeds For Summer
and flower garden. Will be sold at a badly damaged/ by storm, one being Crops.Millets
k+ S4.00 and 8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE .
f a bargain. For full particulars address : a maple and the other an apple. Land For Sale.
i
office TUusville Fla.
,
"C." In each ease a large limb was broken

Care ADVOCATE, Tltusville, Fla. down from the trunk, but still attachedto 17t acres first-class pineapple land, Giant
T It. The limbs were' propped up and FORCUT8.BURSS AND OPEN SORESuse desirable front, on St. Lucle river, at a Sorghum. Soja Beans Velvet Beans! Peanuts Chutes Teoslnte.Beggorweed .

Clothing Clcl\ned. Dyed, fastened securely with straps, very muchas Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at B. R. bargain. For reasonable terms write, clean.
a broken leg might be fastened with Wilson, A: Son's drug store. W. W. LCCK:,

splints and then melted refined wax: Tlbbals, Fla. c<> :IE::. .!::i:
Tressed anti Repaired. I.adles'drelsel poured and over all the cracks. The
1 + a specialty. Address "surgical operation" was entirely successful. Some people cnn study a subject all Whlpps, Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown Lad ftogen.

SAM PERKINS! The paraffin prevented the their lives niiii then know. nothing Draying Clean Bright /Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 33o per qt., Postpaid; ,1.25

I' + Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, of the sap, kept out the rain and about It.-AUUIson (;ilobe. peck; $425: : bushel.
I P. O. Box a5o.:; Sanford Fla. escape moisture which would have rotted the raying hauling of all kinds promptly Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools, Fertilizers.
attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
I trees prevented the depredations of insects A man Is generally his heaviest In wood supplied.ALFRED. L. CAMERON. The Seed Store.
Reading notice ads. on this and the limbs seem thus far to be
page his fortieth year. HA.DLET,TltuivIHe. 125 East Bay Street. FLA.1r .
JACKSONVILLE
are live cents per line per week. perfectly reattached to the trees. ,




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