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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 10, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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95. NO. 5. TITUSVILI/E FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER -1.0.1002. PR'ICE. Bo. \

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LOCAL NEWS BAAl PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. Delightful weather the past week, -Look for W. W, Luce's ad. page 8. DEATH OF MR. Ji: T. HINTON, AMONG THE HOTELS.
which all with thanks.
-Dr. W. L. llnghiett; of Cocoa, was a we enjoyed -Mr. R. B. Stewart, of Brantley, was -

id Topics of General Interest. visitor in Titusville, on Tuesday.Mr. -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Stone, a visitor in town yesterday. The death of Mr. J. T. Hlnton, early Where to stop along; the East Coast j

of Titusville, on Friday, October 3rd, last Saturday morning:, was, a shock to See list of hotels on 7.
M. S. Jones, jr., and little son, '-Mr. O. S. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, page
1002 Titusvllle. Mr. Hlnton was found dead
THE ADVOCATE of Quay visitors in Titusvllle the a daughter was a visitor In Titusvllle Sunday.Dr. .
were In his room, having died from Internal Where to stop In TltnsvUlef? See Titusvllle
$1./10/ annum, 'In advance. first of the week. -Mr. Orlando Quarterman, of Cheater accident fall. hotel ad on our 7th page.
per B. R. Wilson, of Titusvllle, wa' received from an {
,.
$1.00 six months. t14lO) WILL PURCHASE (14.10) A' first Shoals of,the was week.a visitor In Titusville. the a visitor at Oak 11111 on Wednesday. injuries that Mr., Hinton had been The ADVOCATE) Is now on file at all '

$2.00 per an. to foreign.countries. 3-plece suit of furniture at Walker: THE BEST FITTING SHIRTS MADEat dnnklng quite a little on Friday, and the best hotels In New York city: .
subscribe tbe ADVO- Co'a. --Judge D. L. .Gaulden, of this place, when he went to his room, about midnight
..hen you R. W. Rhodes' for 6Octe.
from until with Titusvllle which Is ftisley barroom The Hotel St. George St. Augustine,
Friday Monday over s
spent ,
ITK by the year week, it does not included.cost youee lICiT'" We cannot guarantee to publish his family, at DeLand.BOY'S 7ft cts., f LOO, $1.50, and $:&..110.Mr. be foil over the banister; of the stairs Fin., will open for the season, December
cents per postage; Item that do not reach this office before
15 under the of Mr, W. B.Ilnestie .
; Geo. W. Soobte, jr., of Grant which within two stops of the landing, management
..wte date of expiration printed upon noon on Thursdays.A AND CHILDREN'S SUITS, and of .
SItltogl8pI'lngll.
arrived In Titusvllle Wednesday' and fell heavily. to the ground; a distance
week. This the for school 2.00 to $0.00
.
Bur paper or for wrapper every No need WONDER FOR $8.00. THAT EXceedingly just at R. W thing Rhodes Titusville., will spend a few days visiting his mother, of some twenty foot. His friends Inside It Is reported that Air\ E. K. Swett,
Ba receipt your money. dressy blue suit at R. the barroom hearing the fall, went to his
serge the owner and of the Seminole
-Look the and date proprietor ,
for subscription at name slip on
> us to send receipt
W. Rhodes, Titusvllle. -Brevard county has a new" postol loo. assistance and took him to his room and Hotel Winter Park which was
jie dat;'glves It to you.JTHE your paper or wrapper this week, and recently I
It Is Eldred situated just north of to bed. Medloal aid was summoned and ,
AJJ, ,
fire has concluded
-Miss Eula of Tituivllle left if do II destroyed by to re-
EAST COAST A.DVOOATK 'Is onlie King; see you not owe us something.
: kona, on the F. E. C. Railway. he was made comfortable, and as they build the site
last for Lucle where she send on same
.
Saturday, St. It along.Mr.
at the following news-stands, at five SOL thought no serious results would follow,
,
will teach the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Andrews of Fort
fats per copy : pubiwschool.Mr. T. A. Robinson, wife and baby, but when several of his friends went to Mr. Sidney Maddox, proprietor of the
rntusvllle-B. R. Wilson Son. J.'P. Wooten, of Cocoa, Bre- Pierce, was a passenger on Puesday'snorthbound who had been visiting friends Titus- his room next morning they found him Palm Beach hotel Palm Beach, who bad)

!Jacksonville-Duval.hotel. vard tax asHessor, was in Titusvllle on train, en route to New" York. ville for several days, left, :Monday, for on the /boor dead. boon on a visit of a couple days to his

News stand,Union depot Monday, attending to business before the -Have you roistered for 'the Town their home, at St. Luole. Coroner B. K. Wilson and Sheriff hotel, accompanied by Mr. II. S. Stevens, t'

County Commissioners. ". Election? You will have until Thursday, Brown were called In, and the following: proprietor of Hotel Empire New York
notice ten cents October Kith, in which to qualify. Your WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS, jury of Inquest. summoned: Captain city, passed through 'l'Itu..lIle.laat Sun
ads. are LADIES DRESS MATERIAL ALL liberal discount
from current
r, a prices
day route to New York i
en
vote may be needed.Mr. Fischer, Fred Wright, T. A. Robinson, ,
Kr line on this page. prices, l.K3 to $2 CO per yard. We have In quantity lots. Try us. J. R, :
and
Hall.
S. F. Norton L. A. Brady P. J.
the color the texture the that S. F. Uanford of Green Cove Walker Fla Proprietor Hayden, of the Florida
I of Miami price & Co., Titusville, ,
Mr. Eugene B. Ruroph, After examining the body 'and hearing
pleases. See them at Walker & Go's. Springs, arrived In TllusvlUe, last Sunday house, St Augustine, U making rapid
northbound, Friday, en :Mr. L. of Titusville wentto all the evidence verdict of aooldental
was a E. a
passenger and has been the guest of the 80,01 Brady, progress( In repairs on the house, and
''bute to New York. -Miss Alice Sanders, of Icdlanola.: bier Cottage this week. Miami, Saturday, to look after his death caused by falling ovar the banls will be ready to receive guests on the

j-\Vecall attention to the proolamaon was a passenger: on Friday's northboundtrain } mercantile Interests at that point. He ters of the steps leading to his room was loth of this month. There Is every Indication
of election for the town of Tltus- ''en route to Del unlak Springs, -Mrs. N. S. Burnham, of West Palm returned to Titusville yesterday rendered, and the body turned over to of splendid early travel. Many
where ahe Is. student at the State Nor- Beacb, was a passenger on Saturday, Undertaker Andrew Froscher to be prepared 'and find
lie second people are lodgment
| on page. -Mr. Fred S. Chaffee, of the Florida
mal College.Mr. ; northbound, en route to Washington, for burial. In the boarding houses \
I, Ellis of Titusvllle, left visit of weeks., Mutual, Drug Co., Jacksonville, a former native Alabama'was
-Mr. Stephen D. C., for a of a couple Mr. Hlnton was a of t
T. B. Feaster, of St. Augustine, popular resident of Tltnsvllle! arrived
i Tuesday for Abbeville, Ga., where about thirty-eight: old and The 1T0tell'ront.enac oil Round Island
years ,
i has secured a lucrative position.iLANKE'S one of Titusvllle's boys, was a passenger -Mr. J.. A. Brady, of this place, left In town yesterday, and 1st being greeted unmarried, and held a position in Mr. In the Be. Lawrence river has enjoyed the
on Monday's southbound train, en Monday, for Boston; upon receipt of a by his many friends G. F. Duren's meat market. His most prosperous season In Its history. I'
COMFORTS, .QUILTS- route to Miami, on a business trip. lie telegram that his son, Parkhnrst, who, Is many ,
Merrill has
friends his sad death. The Manager Henry W. given
Messrs. J. O. Bast, F. A. Morgan, regret !
All all sizes. Many designs. returned Thurs with his mother In Boston
weights, St. was
: to Augustine on now ,
> : this hotel fine reputation and It Is to ,
Prices at F. A. Lonley,. M. 8. Sams and T H. funeral took place at 10 o'clock Sunday a '
are right ill with .
Keep warm. day. quite pneumonia.The
'.Walker's. /Sanders:: are a party that left Titusvllle, In the Titusvllle cemetery. : be hoped that he will, return there next

DO YOU WANT THAT 8ELF-SATIS- recent concession In freight rates yesterday, for Daytona, to attend a meeting season. As already announced, Mr. R
,i;,-The Florida East Coast Railway Is tied feeling that comes to the man who by the East Coast Railway practically of the Commandry. Merrill will again have charge of the :
bow being extended from :Miami to Cut-; dresses in the helghth of style ? We amounts to 9 cents on every package. DEATH OF MRS. J, H, SAMS. Royal Palm, )lr. FUglor's beautiful hotel ;

>r. As the land Is level, rapid progress can give it to you; and not alone In This would to $43.000) or a gift of about -Mrs. J, C. Jones, of Quay, accompanied at Miami, Fin theuary.openlna.of which '

i construction Is expected.E clothing, but in everything you wear. $4 to every man, woman and child In : County Commissioner Jones to Mrs. Sarah Stanyarne Same, wife of occurs early In ,/an
fltusvllle last and has been
ARE FIFTY YEAR'S OLD, BUT R. W Rhodes, the furnisher, Titusvllle.Messrs. I Dade and Brevard counties per year. spending/ the week Sunday with, her parents, ex-Superintendent:: of Public Instruction Mr. George A. Karnham, for many ,

there is nothing grey-haired about our =:: J. R. Mtot, of Indlanola; R. Messrs. R. N. Andrews, of Cocoa, andC. Mr. and Mrs E. V. Hall.Mrs. John II Sams, of Courtenay, died at her years proprietor of the Arnorloan-Adof- t

methods or our merchandise.. Rhodes, A. Conkling, of Tillman ; J. C. Jones, of P. Platts, of Fort Pierce, members of home on Monday, Oot. .Otli, KKKi. The phI, Saratoga; /Spring N. Y.. and owner' :I
Tltusvllle's clothier and furnisher. Quay; and J. F Bell, of White City, Brevard County's School Board, and Superintendent Orlando Quarterman stopped cause of death was thrombers, a diseasenot of the former, !1M, a firm believer In the '
of Public Instruction R. E In Titusville from Tuesday until unslmllar to appoplexy, but which future ofSaratoga Spring If some of
members of the Board of Brevard County ,
ALL AT F. :M. TAYLOR'S PHOTO- Commissioners, were In Titusvllle the MimI, of Bonaventure, were in Titus Wednesday, on her way to the Gllbert'i forms In the limbs. The spreading of I the other hotel men of that place would
graphic Titusvllle, and see Bar House of where she will this disease to the heart the Irnmed. .
Gallerl' Flashlights first of the week, attending the meetingof yule, the first of the week, attending to Refuge/ was display his energy and put forth labor
his Photographs. -
the Board. business of the Board. visit her daughter, Mrs. Juhansen. late cause of death. 'of the his In bringing the attractions
by appointment at any time.. The deceased lady was t\>8 yenrs of age, notice the advantages .
to resort to public
Always something new. :Mr. Brian K. vioe -The Ladles Progressive Culture Club -Just an we go to press we' learn p If equal ,
; McCarty, -commo- : was born la Beaufort county South Carolina of would need no '
now
dore'and treasurer of the Ankona was very pleasantly entertained, Monday\ the death, at LaGrange, of Mr. J. An. and has resided In 'F!OI'idlalnoe Saratoga '
-Mr. R. P. PaddlKon, Jr., who has drew Carlyle which occurred at 11 o'clock I talking: up'; There is now a greater fu-'
,
Boat Club, and a promising young man afternoon, at the home of Mrs..James 187:). She leaves devoted busband and
een In charge of tbe East Coast Lumbernd lost Mr.' bad been HI for : ture for Saratoga:: and no American
night. Carlyle
Supply C'o's. yard at this place for of that section of the Slate, arrived at Pritchard/ and quite a large: number of eight children to mourn her loss. They : resort visitor can afford to neglect It or
weeks and his death not ,
ometime, left, Saturday, for Fort Pierce, DeLand the first of the week to take a members were present, In spite of the some was un- are J. I)., II. H., W. S.\ and E. W. Sam., make little of its attractions
here he now has charge of the com- cpurBe at the John B. Stetson University. Inclemency of the weather The club expected.The and Mrs. B. B. LaRooh'e, of Courtenayj I
>any'i yard at that point. -DeLand Record. will be entertained next Monday afternoon fish shipment from Titusvllle forth Mrs. Ela Barren, Jacksonville; Mrs. Frod, : One sometimes llnds( a full blown romantic -

-Dr. R. 1. Blgelow of Ooooe Fla. at the home of M n. L. W. Ilalle, .. past week have been ,over three Black, CHy Point, and Miss C R. Sams: I story among hotel employees.
been In ,
who has
Motlow
-Mr. J. Z. !
Miss Winkles
of Mr. R. L. Motlow's saloon bus- father; of Mrs. E, F. Alford, formerly of -The East Coast Is sending lots of\ hundred barrels. On Wednesday one of Courtenay.The For Instance, One Maude ,
harge Titusville was a pleasant caller at this students this term to Stetson University hundred and seventeen barrels were deceased was held In high esteem i who until recently was a servant at the
ness at Titusville and Cocoa, during; the office on Tuesday. The Doctor had just says the DeLand Record. From shipped. All of our fish dealers are do- by all who knew her, and she bad a host I Twice Told Hotel Mexico Point, on the
the latter the
bllence of past Manchester summer, returned from a visit to Jensen, and is one train this week, the hacks broughtover Ing a good business.A of friends along the East Coast, who join 'shores of Lake Ontario has at the age of
for visit
uft, Tuesday, a at the ADvocATe In extending heartfelt 27 years, married an oJ man said to be
SQ well pleased: with the town that he is from Orange City thirty trunks, all
'enn. He will return some time this mass meeting of citizens of Tltut-
worth $ "()I1O() and bearing the /
the bereaved
contemplating locating there and practicing belonging to students. The Ease Coast vlllo held sympathies to ones, In this significant
winter.Mr. medicine. will probably furnish seventy-five or was Tuesday and Mr. >JS G. their hour of groat affliction name of Jack Mason/ The
and Mrs. F.-T. Budge are now a hundred students. Nearly fifty are Bast was nominated us a candidate for girl's mother tells tbe alo'y showing thisis
ccupylng> their new house on the river, -J. Howard LeTourneau, a prominent already attendance Mayor of TltUHvllle. The name was not the first happening: In the family, I
ear the present court house and Mayor pineapple grower of Eden, spent certified: to the Town Council at their AN EXPERT OPINION.In that sounds as If It came from /a book.

nd Mrs. Lummus have taken passion of Tuesday aud Wednesday In town with -Mr. H, H. Carpenter'formerly olTitusville meeting; Tuesday evening/:, and the voters -- The bride' grandmother, It appears
,
he former home of the Budges; which his friend, E J. Shattuok. He had beento but who has been In Daytonafor will find the names of G. A. Frost and connection with Ms Florida hotels was, .a daughter of Mir Edward Wetmore,

hey purchased some time si nee.-Miami DeLand where he placed his son lu some weeks, a member of the pain J.G. Bast: on theoQlola} ticket for Mayor, Mr. Henry &1. Flagler, the Standard 011 of Devonshire England, who eloped to

Metropolis. Stetson University. Mr. LeTourueauwas ters' crew of the Florida East!: Coast Rail- on election day.Mrs. millionaire, some years ago Installed an this country with grandmother's

-Dr. J. J. Harris, pf Sanford, a former very much Impressed with the good way.was a passenger on Saturday' southbound W. S. Brannlng/:, who has been immense laundry. Primary for the use coachman If this be true the' family
roads In New train en route to Ms mother'shome
resident of Titusville, in the 70's, Smyrna1JreezTo at CocoanntGrove., Mr. spending the put month visiting vela; of tourists In St. Augustine, the management marriages are Improving, though only I

>assed through town on Monday. en morrow, Saturday, October 11th, in health and CarpenterIs the tires and friend I 10 Green Cove Springs, yet, "take In washing" as an aooornmodatlon after manYleare. ,

oute to' West Palm Beach and Miami. is the last day In which, you can registerto change very will poor benefit him., hopes Fla., returned Wednesday. She was accompanied for smaller hotels which The untiring/: efforts of a devoted wife :

The Doctor is representing the Orlando vote in the coming general State and by a sister of Messrs. W. S. are less perfectly equipped.Last l. may save Frank It. Itemllnger, a hotel ,
Record and the Florida Agriculturist.: County election, to be held on the 4th -A gloom( was cast over Tltiisvllietnjrnlng and J... C. Brannlog, :Mrs. 8 A. Ojster winter t the laundry lady of one of bookkeeper, from going to prison for I

lIot will visit Titusvllle next week. day of November. Be sure thatyou reg upon the receipt, by the Brady houdt, and hor little boy, of Jacksonville, these small but select hostelrles becameIII grand larceny; or, at least, cause justice ;
ister again as the primary registration family, of the following telegram from who will spend a month or more visiting and the hostess gladly availed herself to be tempered with mercy In his case. '
-Vlop-Pr .lldent and General Manager: was not legal.: You must also pay your Mr. L. A. Brady, who Is at the sick bed her brothers at this place. of the Ponce de Leon laundry. At the Several:' weeks, ago/: Hem linger, who was'
Joseph R. Parrott, accompanied by3irs.Parrott before of of his in Boston "Park- end of the week the heard
poll tax to-morrow night. young son, : Senator E. N. Dlmlck and Mrs. following was eraplitved at the Hotel Esrlington in
and their daughter and IOn, Miss
hirst I le low with coming from the linen
This Is the advice very pneumonia, prepare Dimick are In West Palm Bench after clones, presumably New York, was' accused by the proprietor
Kathleen and :Mr. T. 11. Parrott, left last of Theodore Smith, for the worst' White a telegram an from the returned laundres:
Friday on a month's trip to Montreal one of the murderers of the Lewis familyin / absence of nearly two months. Mrs. of diverting to Ms own' use (200
announcing his death Is "Mis' Frazer MI. Frazerl
hourly expected. ; Dem pll-
and Buffalo and the principal' Eastern Levy county, who were hung at Bron- Everyone hopes that he the Dimick has been sojourning In the low slips Mlstah. Flaglab dun wash, f.' from the funds of tile hotel. Remllnger
may pass
.itlesln their private car, which, has just son, last week, to a crowd, of boys at the crisis and mountain, In tile Cnrollnas. while the yo' ain't half $'nedl"MARRIED subsequently was Indicted by the Grand
yet recover.
been turned out from the shops In :tit.: jail window: "Boys, beware of bad Senator has visited 1 old friends In Michigan Jury and pleaded guilty. On the earnest
Augustine a greatly Improved appear. company and whUky. This Is the cause I -The Titusvllle Fishermen's Club met Ohio and Illinois. They attended appeal Remllnger's' wife Judge CowIng .

ance. of you seeing me here. Honor and obey last Saturday afternoon and perfected an the opening: exercises at Stetson University IN CINCINNATI. before whom the latter entered his

-Florida fruit Is arriving your parents, and, if you cannot keep organization by electing D. B. Prltcbard, at DeLand, where tbelr IOn, Master plea, remanded him for sentence. In
grape very president I.. W. Halle Frank: bus commenced Ills accademlo the meantime Mrs. Remllnger set about
good company stay at home with your ; vice-president; ,
early this bit too
in fact '
season- a wee
: parents." P.E. Puckett, secretary; E. B. Wager course. The ADVOCATE) Is ID'receipt of the obtaining letters from prominent men In
early to meet that demand
Impetuous treasurer and measurer. This club has following announcement > various parts of the country who had
which generally greets the first arrivals. -The Rollins College; correspondent of purchased a handsome silver with, --CaptaIn P. Nelson, of South Titus "Mr. and Mrs. Charles I' Porter announce known her husband and could testify to
if. Lane & Son opened the ball on Monday the Times-Unlon and Citizen; says: "An name of chub and date of organization cup vllle, Is having an elegant house built the marriage of their daughter, his former good character. September

with' 45 boxes. The stock was, very informal reception was, given by the engraved on It, to be used a* a prize where, the old.Sb!: ultz cottage: stood. Tills &rf. Alice to Mr. Horace JC. Shares, on' 91) she laid the letters before Judge CowIng -
" Hood, but too green to be put on I Immediate members of the Y. M. C. A. on Saturday trophy to be sailed for by the Titusvllle cottage has been torn down, and In Its Wednesday, October the first nineteen and t on the strength of them he post

sale. The same firm received 10.2boxes evening to the whole college: for the benefit fish boats, and to be held by the fastest place Captain Nelson I. erecting a $3.000 hundred and two In Cincinnati, Ohio." poned sentence and gave Remllnger until \

on Wednesday's steamer.-Fruitman's of the new students. The reception boat and open for challenge at any time, residence, which we understand, will b* Mr. Shares Is the popular manager of October 0 to make restitution. Among ':

Guide.THE rooms of Clover Leaf Hall weretilled but to be held as property of the club. occupied, by Mr. f. A. Morgan and famly the New Rockledge hotel, Rockiedge, the letters recommending Kemllngtr to :

COMING WEEK WE WILL with tables of ping:-pong, croklnole car- ii when completed. Captain Nelson isone very winter, and has a host of friends, the mercy of the court was one from
opens up our fall and winter mlllnery. oms and other games. During the evenIng -Mr. G, F.. Eody, of .St. Petersburg, of Tltiisvllle's most enterprising cltxens who join the ADVOCATE In wishing him Henry M. Flagler, of the Standard Oil

All the season's latest In shapes, trim. / Miss Glace Reed, of Titusvllle, and who owns one of the largest: fisheries on and has great faith In the future and his bride. all the good things/ of life. Company; In whose, employ Remllnger

mings, etc., as well as pattern hats. Master Karl Schuyler, of Jensen, rendered the Went Const, spent last week as a prosperity of the town.: 'hey.will be /given a warm, welcome on bad boon for a number of years. '
J. R. Walker; Co. solos on the cornet. Miss ReedIs truest of the Sembler Cottage, Titusvllle. FOR GOOD FRESH GROCERIES ANDvegetables their arrival at Itookledge next month.
a member of.the Titusvllle band, whichIs lie was OD the East Coast looking at our at the lowest prices W. ,
try
,
known as one of the best in the State. greet fishing advantages with view of E. Goldsmith Titusvllle. lIotelVauted, I
Empty Sugar and Rice Barrels. She Is the only woman member, and has opening fish, business here to be run In MAKING THE BEST OF IT. I
been with the band for several years." connection with his St. Petersburg busi '
For Kent.A' Wanted to rent a furnished hotel on
ness. He was much pleased with Titus "
For sale. Address, The coal's all out?
East Address
Coast.
WALTER A. Moose, vllle, as from this point be could command 'Every bit." I II

8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Men "Wanted. a view, of the entire fishing bnsi- suite of furnished rooms, In Titus And wood's gone up?" I. J. BBVABD,
ness of the famous Indian River, Mr. vllle, suitable for light housekeeping. "Ouc 0' sight I" Wayne Co., Wooster, O.

Wanted, ten able bodied, sober, relia: Eady left, last Friday, for his borne sod Address r. O. Box 201, Titusvllle. "Well, what, are you going to do about
Birds and Animals Wanted. ble men, with, families, to guard convict will be back sometime thin month with' 11?" Clyde Steamship Line.

kid"of 1'ositionpermanent.Address Wages $28.00 per two of his large fishing schooners. Saw Palmetto Herrle "Wanted. "Oolnto/ spend the winter' on the -

I Animal.Wanted Plume" and Song Florida Birds Wild and month. F ::Sf. WOOTK.T, REED ROCKERS FULL and COMplete \. East Coast; of Florida." Tickets and reservations via the Clyde "

I Alligators. Address: .ttoctlO Tnrnboll, Fla. line to select from. J. R. Walker One cent a pound paid for fresh ripe Steamship Line can be secured of C'bas.H. .

WHITNEY'S ALLIGATOR FARM, A Co., Titusvllle. berries, f. o. b., cash. Write to Wilkinson Two Fine Lots For Sale. Walton, at the ADVOCATE office, Titusvllle.

It-octl7 St. Augustine, !'Ia. Notice.As Company, Hawks Park, Fla. We .
Gardner Flyers. refer to Indian River State Bank 3oct
Two fine 10-aere( lots lying/ on Indian

Houseboat Wanted. there seems to prevail among some MONDAY-ONLY. Position Wanted. liver, 3 miles south of Fort Pierce, on a High Grade Aaliex.
of my patrons of the East Coast that I good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet -

Wanted to charter, on Indian River, a am In the north on vacation, etc I take Brown Canton Flannel, worth' 7r e for 60 rlverfruntage, lllich bluffcovered wltb For growing: fruit and vegetables, nothing
of advising patrons that I Shirting checks, worth uto for fio. I Wanted position as private teacher by and hardwood timber. Good for
ougeboat, for the months of January or this means my palma equals our clean, Dry Ashes. Potash, ;
February. Send full particulars and am, as per card fa .ADVOCATE, still In Shirting ginghams, worth 12to for Ofc. young lady thoroughly competent to iranges: grapefruit, tangerines and plnepples. actual, guaranteed, ft to 7 per cent. For [
Price per month to West I'alm Beach, and will, continue all Girdle corsets, worth $1.00 for 75c. I each English L tfo' and Music, also. No better location on the river close prices write to

I FISHER: AMES, JB. the summer and winter.F., Misses and children's, shoes, halt price. I German If desired. at any price. 1,000.00 for each lot. d. H. OirnxA; Co., ,
IT. HOCOHTOIC Thread free with every wool dress ." Address "Box 13 C. T. McC'ABTT j
Youth's Companion Building, I' W.lt Palm Beach, Fla i
tI Boston, Maas.V West Palm Beach, Fla., Sept. 2, 11)02) C. A. GARDNER, Titosville, Tla Hilton, Fla. Ankona, Fla. 2mo Or Atlanta, Ga. ,

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owe w... a campaign in cue nuinrxiiT anu tiie nineteenth Indiana, a regiment DIRECTORY

I\ 1: 'T'' 'rj't riAILlti ol\ of 1802] where", both sides bad able up the never rear.before The Indlanlan under fire' saw brought the U. S.,LAND r OFFICE:

scouting cavalry, and yet tho movements unequal fight of their comrades and H. 8. ('hubh.*.-... ...... .. .. ,
J tJ y or"I' \ a fog of Igliorance. All the troops were rushed up the bank to attack the Confederate Offices at Gainesville, pi, ,11./, :/,,,.It.c.I'If
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i I I on the march/ day and night. A division Infantry. At that moment a I I U.8. SENATORS.J .

ummS second Confederate battery unlimbered P Tallnforrp .. .. .. l
located scouts at sundown
by beside the first, and for an hour the t B.It Mallory,. ...... ..... enenltk
: would be miles away next mornlnll.Jacklon's 1'
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fresh soldiers from the prairie fought U. B. CONGRESSMEN

raid oil POIKJ'B comnalmury, with the coolness of veteran Out of Robert' W. Davis.... .,. .. ..
,1 rl I'XPe fence for that Is what bill Initial move r fr' 8. M. imrkman..... .... .. .. .. ""I1k!
433 men who charged up the bluff 250! I I Tlllai'
amounted to brought on the bloody a
FLORIDA t-EGISLATt'
were shot down. The Federals were
conflict of second Bull Run or Ma- Palm .. ..
E. N. TJlmlck, Beach
: .. lieutenants delayed In their march and'lurfert'd K. M, Kaulerson, Fort Fierce,. !lenator.
& i. nasaas. and one of Stonewall's unequal slaughter, but they delayedthe / 1 1 Re.eUIIIIII\,' ,
r who was with him all through 4J EXECUTIVE DEPARTML' 'I i
WAtYNe' march of Jackson westward. The
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the affair says It wus due to the accidental Wm.S.Jenuings. I,
1 V p/x11A0NUM Oon'& sound of the firing 1 brought other' t t r / ft H. Clay Crawford ... ... .. ....BuoretaJuiuen ,\ ovelllOl[
"' ad.bw7ltw. capture of one of Pope's dispatches to the and Jackson H. WhIUleld,. .. 'rrea.I 81a...
fLdv troops scene was .... ..... ""
by Jticknon'u/ scouting parties. Win. ii Lamar ..AltornO.fienon

'r'; 1 !!' ,: k "L __ J Jackson knew ho was In a trap if his his forced Isolated to take up a position uuttl l Longstrett to defend I a '{ B Vf E.N.lUcLln Sbeats..Snpt.Pubht.... ... .CoiuutlsHloi! I lI"tnlclI",(

foe was half awake and be kept lookouts corps ., C'room.. .., .. .. ........ C'JIII.tnJiilt AIlrlvII11I11Alon..O ,. \
( could get through to his i aid. J. Clifford R. Foster.. .. .. .. ]
1 .AdJnlant-I.ni;
JatJb in all directions. One of his outposts In marching from the Ihippnhannock I John Bradford.. ..... .... ...811t\0)or..n'n. (
itl I L. _6' ALLrta "w' tLti" took In a Federal courier who i 1 I I I' n.l!). Rare...'.... .. ... .... Stott! helillll!
to meet Jackson Lougstrcct often at- ;
n Offices at Tallahassee, Flurlda.
carried a dispatch directing the division
tai>lrPlJ the Federals on his front toM e eI
of General King to march at once I SUPREME COVRT JUDGES

M.It. Mabry.... ........ . .. .Chlol
-. Kai A'tr G I 'I /I la F. n. (;arter.... ...... ... ...Auocluuh"UIt Jllltllt
yr + tF 'I? k U,F.Taylor........ .. .. ... ... .

f I I II RAILROAD COMMISSKm.Hs: : !

trr How Lee Made II. R. Day, chairman .... nmw.vlfcl.
r 0 J. L. Morgan.. .. ...
A \g-4- J. M. "ryan. ... .. ... .. .. KI..h'11llJ'' .,'.".
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a : I p 1b John L. Noeley,j.., clnrk. ... A..1t.
and ofllces at Tallalmanre/
Headquarters lit.
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: 0 ay'Vitll P CIRCUIT COURT.
i pehod't'Oc Minor 8.Jones,Tltnsvllle... CII'UlltJUdl\
J. l> ()Orlando .ProHeouiiiig lnuimy,,,,
Ih rl !Bpring'llenn-Fourth: Monday! In. Apriltall .
(& : ;; 'ern-Fourth Momiuy in v '"i niber,,! .

I "It Is gold, senor." BREVARD COVA'iY CM'11T

Pits 1 ,,. ICov'riphq In2.! by a. L. KllmerIi1011'.UT 1lli1lE ft E SSG( ID OO@EW [ RG' Two servants came through the Jaine A. D..K.!: Andrews,.. . ,l"ru..cuttltl.tIn"",?
+ : crowd, each bearing a number of bags, '
;: ; : E. LEE A. A. Stewart ( 'inns'll.il
t out of ttlch- which they deposited before Don Miguel. Spring!:TermSPeondllnuIIIIY\ h slay
G.-.UL: eni'Uiy W C (Q) dDG'O D OOij DW of tbe Bummer Term-Second ,
The
I three year lIe f stranger opened one Fall Term Seconil Monday inovemb'\ !
+ didn't Mtnnd on the defensive bags! and thrusting In his band drewIt Winter Term-Second Monday In .'eb WJ,

I t yi all that time or hu would 1m ve lost the out full of gold dust. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

'' great ju'lzt earlier>l' tn the gumo. Richmond OriginaL.] "What impudence," exclaimed Cla R. E.Mima Superintendent..... Itnnaventan""
In 1845 a Mexican family lived near Members: J. M. Oixon,.,chairman'fltll""
J y ; was IInv'dln 1SG2(; und 1S03 by :l t vergaro, "to attempt to palm off brass R. N.Andrews Cocoa;.C P. IMatu, fort rim" ;
what 1 Is now Los Angeles. Cal. Don filings for gold!P"
i the bolducsi of Lee lu going after the e COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
: enemy oil his own ground. The middle IC Miguel Cnro, the father was a descend "You Senor Clavergnro," replied Don
S, R. Walker cliahiunn, Tlttmvllln, Jol.n. t
of August 1801:!, found the Federal ar : + : v ant of one of the conquerors who Miguel "who come from the far south, MIot Indlanola A. (tinkling, Tlllman.Jifc;; ,

my under General John Pope patrolling ,. married Aztecs and remained In the aro not used to this kind of money O JonesWoodfeyJ./ ; Frank Hell, \\liludn'J
Regular seBRlons are held tint Momlu
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/ the Rappahannock river a natural r country. lie had one daughter! a girl which has made Its way among us Mmuntb.

barrier between Washington and Rich so attractive that she bad many suitors since the gold discoveries In California. BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS

mond. Shortly before that date this but there was an attachment from Perhaps the stranger is one of A. D.Penney Tltnsvtile.Count) MBJai. \

came army of Pope had crossed south childhood between her and'young Juan those men who have suddenly made A. A.. E.Stewart Andrews, Tltusullle TitURTille,.. .;J.. .("OU""CIm.J. Pmt AIIJ

of the stream to march upon Richmond Estrella which kept her from being Interested money in the mines Who are you F. Woolen Cooon,...... Tax A'.fnK.
?" W. Hall. Tltnsvllle,. ...,. Tax "n ,au."u
'I' then changed Its course and In any one else. When Don senor V, H. Hoye,Tltiuvllle. .. .. Trea.uwK.
I 't crossed back again to stand between Miguel realized that his daughter bad Tbe stranger pulled off a wig and JS. Mlmn Honaventure. Pnpt 1'uli la|i
l J. O. Prim, Tl'usyllla' ,. . County Himevnf.
beard. "I Juan Estrella be said.
,I the advancing army of Lee and Wash become r woman and her heart was irrevocably am 1'. Brown.'1'I .ullv\lle.. ......... .. Hhrnt.
ti I ( : ington. given to Juan he was beside There were suppressed expressions T.J. Cockshutt,LaQrango..Rep Intratlon OltknTITUSVIU.K .

Ji e f + General rope was anew figure In the himself with anger for Juan was of wonder among the guests and Donna TOWN COUNCIL'

I l It battles of the east In 1802. lIe sudden 'O N without fortune and there were others Maria trembled. J. M. Dlxcm.mayor: R. E. MmU, Jr.. nunhili!
s "I did not know what I should, find and tax eollMOtor: W.a. Bran,.hlll, clerk IIKtreaHurer
N ly appeared on the Federal side as the 1. s1 -- of means who would gladly marry the : John Henry, tax pHsexHor. John
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I +' new star of the nation. ills own people i lovely Donna Maria. Don Miguel for here" continued Juan looking at Ma Valker\ A. Morgan O. K." l>nrun, ."..0 Tilandinicnara >
w .. a ria. "Therefore I preferred not to be !: and J. L. Carrilthers, counc'ilnitt
,l ( y predicted great things of him, and he bade Juan the house. 'The boy upon The council meets rBII Tuesday In each moss.TITUSVfLLE
,:. was not modest In calling attention to his promise not to attempt to see Maria known till I should discover what had I

himself la army orders) which found again was permitted to bid her adieu."I occurred In my absence. I f your'daughter BOARD OF! TRADE
is unmarried and still Inclined O. M.Robbins, president l ; J. M. Dixon tmurer >
are
j ) 3 their way to Lee's cutnpi. lie announced am going away. Maria, he said you ,J. U. Bait,Becrotary. 'Meets Heuond 1I'ed-
that his headquarters "werein "since I cannot live neanyou and not to marry her to tbe wealthiest fluidity night In each month at their roonu.

w} the saddle;;' that be hoped to see the I. THE IRON BRIGADE] FIGHTING STONEWALL'S BATTERIES. see you." .. suitor. I am ready" to show my hand FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS>

"faces of) the enemy;" that be didn't 'Go, Juan, make a fortune and come with the others. Indian River Lodge, No.OO holds lu meeting""
Juan was indeed one of the gold tbe second and fourth Friday evening of cal
care about guarding too rear of the bock./ I will wait for you.) month, at their lodge near' court how.
k ..' army. Lee heard all of this and knew on, Mauussus Junction by tbe Warrenton give the impression that be would "There are no fortunes toe: made kings who sprang up at tbe time 'so at 1:31) o'clock p. in.room J. R. Walker W. X,

bow to estimate an opponent who be- pike. break through. Finally he followed on this coast," he sold ""ansll am goIng suddenly In California and was worth F.A. Morgan Sec'T.

gan a campaign by despising his foe. Now the middle of the afternoon ofAug. Jacksop's roundabout course, and the northward, where the country Is many times the sum be gave to the ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.

The Confederate commander Intend 23 Jackson was moving cautiously junction' so notable In history was effected new and there Is still less chance. Nevertheless poor for the'privilege of dancing with Friendship Chapter No. II, holds Its meetlnp,
In the Manotiio Tltnxvllle/ l ibt
j I i ed at first to cross to the north bank of across tbe rough country skirting I I'arrenton Aug. 20. should I ever be able to give his sweetheart. The charity ball was nfst Tutinday tn Lodge each: month room af.3.ado'olcnk on p,a,,

; a the Rappahannock In the face of Pope \\ pike heading westward to I' GEORGE 1:.. KILMER. you a home I will come back and It turned Into the celebration of a be- and oclock the third in. Tuesday The following in each are month the orflcend at TJ
p. :
r and give him battle but when he unite with the columns, of Longstreet! you are not married""I trothal. ,the.lodge; Mrs.O. M.Robulns, worthy nutmi.

u 1 reached the projected crossing PoPe which he supposed were moving east to Some people) can study a subject all shall not be married, said the ARTTTT'R IltTNTINGTON. Dr. B. K. Wilson, worthy patron; Mr*. 11.1.
Wilson associate matron; Mr.' F. A. Mnrgu.trearnrpr )!
f army was massed along the river. meet' him King's Federal division was their lives nod then know nothing girl. She was young and full of hope. The Best for ] Mrs. R. C. ttorluifreoiir' secnton!
moving from westward to eastward about It. Atcblson Globe. Prescription MalariaChills Miss Kate Stewart, oonductiens: Mr .T'tni
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With looked tor her.
the of) Longstreet and Stu All things possible
corps
and Fever Is LIIlra. 0. V.9ht
M a bottle of Grove's Hughes, associate/ oOD"notre.8,
t ] .. art's cavalry Lee kt>t>t up a demon. along that pike little supposing that After Juan's departure Don Miguel Tasteless/ Chill Ton4o. It Is simply Iron .., Adah; Mrs.J. R.VII'ker. Itllth) Mn,F,i
Longutrcct whs following behind or generally Morgan, E..tli"r :Mrs J. I. Carruthen, Martin\ ,
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1 In endenvored'to his
stration at the crossing which deceived A man Is at bis heaviest persuade daughterto and quinine In a tasteless form. No Mrs. T. T. Wetrtore Marshal : hues\ Zuidli
w+q k Pope and while the latter waited, confidently that Jackson was on the route' ahead. his fortieth year.Uenutlful. select a husband ffoui among her Cure; No Cure Price uOcts. Stewart Elfcta.:

i w t expecting the enemy to fight Jackson planted one of hit, horse batteries more well to do suitors but she resolutely

him on hU own ground. Stonewall on a ridge overlooking the pike ComplexionsAre declined. Their ''''ord. Stuck. .

Jackson's corps marched up the river where It was screened by a bluff close I In some way she managed to put When :Jlnrli! Twain was In Egypt /be Application for Tax: Deed.
spoiled by using kind of '
4 to another crossing and the to the.road and by bushes from view any preperatlon them off for five Then a stranger one day im.uw with friend
morning I' that tills the pores of tbe nkln. I years. '; n to meet Ta/TOTfE HEREBY!' !: .IVKV TH4TEI
of Aug. 24. a week after the first show of the marching troop Just ns the famous The best way to secure rt Blear complexion Don Kernand Cia verga 1'0. came him ut one-of the pyramid o *. The latter I 1>| W'TR,pnrol.H..r of Tux l'ertlCCale. *
Iron brigade of tbe west marched 130, ,'dr.ted the 6tb day of July A.I).I.I" (
of forces on the Rappahaonock.. be free from imllownens, pimples up from Mexico to buy land lie was engaged twuo'd: but experienced Arabs has flied said certificate \' olllce, and baI
It1 ;{ marshaled his whole command on along In front of the guns they opened blrvtclies, eio., Is to keep the liver In good reported to be very rich. lie was fifty to guide him to the phuu. He afterward made. application fur tax deed to l lame in.

Pope's line of communications with with shells The first regiment had order. An oonaslonal dose of Heroine years old and unattractive but he proposed oouip'silnvd'! that, although bv had oonlanco with...... Bald certificate ultuated embrim

'. Washington twenty miles In his rear. filed past and :went on. The second regiment will keep the dlse ise the bowels, regular/ for Donna Maria. some Uuow: 'tl.( of their native lau- the BreraMContityFlorida following described, to property. wit" i Part lull*
] In the column happened to be the liver and noestabllHli clear ltd. Britt,and bv McCall !Sen. 19.To'.
For a general who didn't care anything a healthy Don Miguel was a great lover of r.unt. he 'could not understand anything S. by N. ,
SOo at Wilson & Bon. ship 17 H., Range' 40 K. The said land brings
Second Wlfconsln. halted closed
the complexion. :
4i about his rear and who yearned Spanish traditions. lIe bad borrowed a that hU /guides Laud said to him. esxed at the date of the Isrnance nf mi.ll cert*
,to see the faces of the enemy Pope ranks and charged\ up the bluff at the custom from Granada and Imitated It "You should have hired younger cat* In the name of W.... Oors. tTnl"" >.aiatlfloata 011'

'r showed unseen foe. Just as the beads of the* Remedy Kor'Ul.rrho>. In the world. be i men" Mr. Clemeiw told h.m. "These shall be redeemed according!: to laiwdeed ( W
astonishing swiftness In turnIng new Evety year gavea will l..ne thereon on the :mil day o
tu bill back to LonRstrcetPnnd hasten- Wisconsin men appeared above the For diarrhea change tbe food sup ball to which all tbe better classes toothless old fellows talk only gum toner,A. D. 19O2. tbr
crest. of the ridge they were fired Into ply grit and dust a little powdered Aral lc." Witness my official signature: and seal this
/ 1 Ingafter Jackson. Wltba skjjlful soldtar for many miles around his hacienda 2Sch dar. of September A. D. IU02
In Pope's shoes Jackson would have by Confederate Infantry conceulcd( In chalk and cayenne pepper into boiled were Invited. It was for the purposeof [Seal.] A A. STEWART .
a been lost and Longstreet would have the hollow between the road and the milk: and feed It with soft food withholding charity. One of tbe ways of making "It Goes Uiglit to the Spot." Clerk Circuit Court Brevanl County,-I.rlde.\

1 been overwhelmed. Lee had really cut battery. vegetables and green stuff for money for the poor was this: Theprl.Uege When poln or irritation exists on any .

his army In two In the face of A power Meanwhile the third rorlniont .of IMP I a few days Never feed sour dough. of dancing with any lady part of the body the application: Bal- Notice for Publication.DKPABTMKXT

ra' tul enemy. Jackson was In Pope's Iron lirlcade marched on m> tl could be obtained only by the man IRrd'. Snow Xlniment will !give prompt rim ItritBu

rear, but he was alone cut off from his The- Cock Policeman.As who would pay the highest price for relief. "It goes; right; to the spot," said Land OIHoeat Oalueev111e. or, }la,,!Sept:22.! lout I

r!% : supports DANGER SIGMALS. soon as tbe chickens> get old the honor. At the ball given by Don an old man who was rubbing it In. to Notice Is botch given that the follnamed _

I tI! r But Instead of sntashlng Longntreet! No engineer would be mad enough to enough: to give trouble by fighting Miguel the winter of 1S31 there was cure Propr.his Smith rheumatism.House Tenaha C. R. Smith Texas, make Sad settler prod has In algid snpiiort notice of of his his Intermixi"claim, 10"

ti, P and then turning to catch Jackson between run by the flag which signaled danger. among themselves' It l is a good plan to more spirited bidding for a dance wltb writes: "I have used Ballaid's Snow, that said proof will be made. before Clerk t!('IrcreCourt

( I his own columns and the fresh What the danger was he might not understand put an old mule In the pen wIth them.: Donna Maria than any other lady. Liniment In my family for several years, Oeorce at D.Tltnsvllle Denmark, Ha of. on TIt".vllle.11 Nor let, ;"WJJ\., .

1 I troops on the other slle'of the field but he would take no chances lie will break up tbe quarrels before Clavergnro soon outstripped all other and have found it to be a fine remedy iOIIS,for the 8KH of Section 23,Tp '.'1 9.RJtA: "

Pope started his different corps upon a It is different with the average man or any harm Is dona., bidders, offering 500 Spanish dollars. for all aches and pains and I recommend continuous He names the resilience following wltnesn and ciilll sto r"atl"""n;
t neon
bunt for the wily Stonewall. For a woman. They attempt and was about to lend the girl forth It for pains In the throat and chest;," said land,via t N. W. UobinMin, of Tlt""UJ.

week confusion reigned within the constantly YOU KNOW WHAT YOU A.REiTAKIoIO when a voice from behind the crowd 25o, 5Uo and 1.00, at Wilson &; Son. Fla.; kwin films of Titnsvllle Fla., JeifetanCnyler of'MIWFU. -
of Fla.l C. T. Warren
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to run 'by the danger When take Grove's Tasteless Chill
1 ; Federal lines over twenty miles of ter- you cried: W. O. ROBl-VSON./ -
i rltory around the old battletleld of Dull signals of Tonlo because tho formula Is plainly "I bid a thousand dollars!" Proclamation of Election. Pub fee' paid. tegl.ter
Nature and that printed on bottle showing that tilsalmgly -
Run. In his bunt for Stonewall Jack every I All turned to see who was the new
attempt costs .Iron and Quinine In a. tasteless Notice.
son Pope attempted to drag a field ten thousands of lives fo.m.o cure No pay. nOcts. I bidder, and, a man with grizzly gray WHEREAS"SECTION i, OF ARTICLE 1,

It I miles broad and twenty long lying be- every year. When the hair and beard stepped forward. No stile of the Town of Titus THi1

tween Warrenton pike and the railroad appetite becomes irregu v The Old \ 'a" of Paenlntf mils. one seemed to know him. and Don Issue a Proclamation': : calling the Mayor; for an said annual town elao' to ALL .CONCERNED. 1". Brown as TAKE Sheriff NOTICE and ex., .(1td'!

t ; from the Rappahannock back to lar or entirely gives out A document found among the iMike ; Miguel wondered at his presumption Lion:Marion or town officers; Now. therefore, I, J. Anmlnlsrracorof the t.;..tateof J.C. FrlD\\:'
troubleand Dixon Mayor of the writiufd
Washington. Since he when sleep is entitle In coming to the ball'' uninvited. But Issue Town of Titusville. deceased baa filed his aUtllf8l'tlon
j first met with of Rutland's papers at llelvolr this my Proclamation calling for an an the Insolvency of the estate of said decesrdTherefore .
Lee the first week In August bit bad broken of when there throws curious light> upon tbe mode i since the poor were to be benefited he nual election to be held In the Council Chamber a 1 persona having claims against
{ I..a loss flesh when of said town, on the fourth Monday, the .. anil
't held his estate to appear J
been peace. are hereby required I
re-enforced with four divisions there is a constant feeling of getting private bills through the them properly authenticated In my court os
rl' from McClcllan's army on .the James of dullness and languor house of.comtuona In the days of King "Fifteen hundred!" said Clavergaro. J7TH DAY OF OCTOBER. A. D. 1003.between before the 4rh day, of April lix>3. _,I.:1Ji

( river and one from Burnslde's force In Nature i. hoisting Charles II Tbe CUSS tn hand was the "Ten thousand"! from the stranger. 8 a. m.,and sundown p. m.,for tbe purpose Ordered this SiTtn\ day of September, A u

North Carolina. Ills orders to his generals the danger signal. The divorce bill of John. Lord de Floos. an "Twenty. thousand! from Claver One electing Mayor [Seal] A. D. PIti"M'd. ":!;*

f h r were to hold the railroad and stomach and its allied affair that caused 'a great deal of gos pro One Marshal and Collector of Taxes lam-27inar -

p keep the enemy from concentrating organs are failing! in their sip in its day. One of his lordship's! "A hundred thousand! cried' the One One Assessor Clerk: and Treasurer.Taxes, and TRUSTWORTHY GE.-rL&-

I on the old battleground\ of Bull Run. work and the body is los- : agents wrote. 'In January. 1007: "OntVednesday stranger.; Two Aldermen. WAHTET' In each cmmty to 11UI "
ing the nutrition on which "This is absurd" said Clavergaro."It And 1 h;reb'apl.lnt Harrr WihumSamuelr. business for an old estahlinhed bmiM
One of the danger points on the rail its strength depend I. last! I got six and forty of Norton, Robt. A. Hobbitt. lnepeeto-a, of said solid financial standing. A straight '"'"* 3weekly
road which Pope was anxious to save Such a condition calls the house of commons to the Dog tav Is easy to bid such a sum, but- can election, and Allla P. Gruben,Clerk of the same cash. salary of *1 18.DO paid fiy fmmkhnde .

y was. Manassna Junction the sole supply for the prompt use of Dr. enu In the i"iluc" yard at Westmin tbe money be paid?" band In testimony anti ca".ot whereof,I have herennto set my quarters.Wednesday Money with. all advsnced expenses. for direct pene.. rj J:;
the
.eal'
"i of the I
ry have it at the tavern. towo or Titus.
depot for his army outside of Pierce' Golden Medical' t I ; ster. when were present Mr. Attoruey "lIle to be amsell at TOuevllle. Fla this. Bel' a|ger,30 Caxton I dgCAagoKIDNEY _
Washington. This Jackson swooped Discovery. It cures diseases /- Jelienil and Mr. Gt'Ora.Mont gu. As "That is not here said Clavergnro. temboor 2. A. D. 1001.
of the stomach and All looked at Don Miguel for a de- (SEAL) J. MARIOJf DiXON
down upon Aug. 27 and after his sol noon all they had dined we carried
filers bad appropriated to themselves other organs of digestion : them all to the> house of commons, and cision. ,.. Mayor DISEASES s s sare
and nutrition "Go and It" be said.
purifies bring .
4 all they could eat !
or carry away be and enriches the blood and builds the they puRMed the-blil. us the committee, Application for Tax: Deed.N01 .
I, the rest to tie up The stranger/ left the house and at
,a gave torch. That same body with sound solid flesh without uuy amendments and ordered -
,, -jr uuo wing ut jucKSons cvrya It to be reported tile uext day once the silence was broken by a babelof all Your kindness to me I can nvrrr forgrt ?? IS HEREBY TVEN THAT T. R. the most fatal of
+ fought with Joe Hooker at the cross- writes Mrs' ]ode B. Clark of Enterprise.. Shelby, : voices expressing Wonder as to who purnt..r of Tax Certificate N...
t lug of the railroad over Kettle run. five Co.. Mo *cannot express half my feelings ofgmUlulnns he was and whence he came, the men 119. dated the 2nd day..f July A. 1>)>. Ix, eases.FOLEY'SSffK. a

i' allies west of Manamuts Junction, and well.to I had'; I been had In despaired bad health, of. ever for Ho Learned a Great Truth. betting. to whether he would bring has mad filed application said' certiflcat for tax deed in my to Issue office In and accord.bas
frttlnif .
the other wing fought a new force ye.... Had aches all through m., lIumbh.nda I It Is said of John Wesley that be once the' money. The tavern was not tar, Mee with law. Bald certinate mehnces the '
feet, and ate' distressed
cold 1 everything following'ht.cribed '
t .r' 11 which came by train from Alexandria nie'; bowels constipated' was very nervous, donreiwd said of Mistress Wesley t "Why do you and the stranger soon returned. Theguests County. Flnrlda, _p..pet'ty.ltuated: Lot e. subdivision lu Brerardwlt of ,

1 at the crotiHhig of Hull run, five miles and despoirdcDt.. In Ihct.I cant express tell that child the same thing over and opened a way before him to .i Si ijo'lsontbao: chains of Lot .See
half m; bad feeling, .* to you. When I first wrote' "John because Township ST of
over again Shut,
Wesley
f i cast of Mantissa Jackson had ur- to you I thought 1 could never be cured. 1 have where Don Miguel was standing waitIng 41 "'
cr Conte
r i'' + Bounded Pope's bane of supplies and taken ala i bottles of Dr tierce's, Golden. Medical : once telling Is not enough. It Is for with his daughter and Clavergaro.The land belnc eased at tie d.a of theThe "re or money refunded.
Ib.tovery, and my health' is now good. You I this same reason that yon are told again of such certlflcate in the name of 0_. W. CbaS .
was himself surrounded by Tope's dl- have my honest. recommendatiou to all suftVr.n. : and again/ that Chamberlain's Cough stranger paused and Don Miguel Held. Unless said cert i neat, hall be redeemed remedies recognized by .
{' wJsIona whose I think there Is no medicine in the world asked: according to law,tax deed will **
leaders Ksue
\. didn't know be colds and that It thereon on
/ ..good. Ur Pl.rce'aIf I Remedy cures grip; the 20th day of fk'tober.A.D. 190J.v nent physicians as the best
ro; wai In the vicinity until they ran Into constipated Dr. Pierce' Fleas ''I counteracts any tendency of these diseases "Where the money r Wlto_ my official! dgnatnre aDd sal this the trouble
him unawares. Much talk has been Indulged ant Pellets. They cure constipation, to result In pneumonia, and that It "It Is coming, senor" 18th day 01 September, A.D. : \>2. Kidney and Bladder
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In over the ;war In South Afrlf biliousness and rick headache. They do Is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by "Do you require assistance to carry; [Clerk Circuit Court 4.of A.Brrrard Couuniv. PRICE 5Oc. sad $'.00.

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Professional Cards.: GUADALIDE SHRINED; \ftlltll' were brought" front I'rnuce to STORIES MADE 'WITH" FEET.

Girl Aeronaut's Mad I! paint thtt frem-oes i>u the wall, and the i iTHEDfORD
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.. jmlutlnip mid statues were the work of Animal TruPka In the Wood Which ,

GEO. M. BOBBINS, Venture. In Balloon THE MOST DEARLY BELOVED SPOTIN the beat European artists and sculp- lift my Identltr.Ench s

C OLD MEXICO. I'' tors. The organ In Itself represents a animal makes Its own kind of

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Just! hpcnuso slie wanted to show her !'mull fortune.-Clevelaud Plain Dealer. track In the mud snow or dust. No'

AT-LAW. pluck pretty Uti belle Ward of Milford. ;t two make exactly the wntne. The track t
Taon.andn. Prom All Over the COM-, BlACIfDRlU1GlIJ
It. 1., a girl of eighteen years lies today of a coon Is never like thnt of a fox
Will[ practice In State and United States try Make .lUlltrl.>.... to the WttliVUlu -
on n "bed of pain, with one leg amputated :- Tlta. and the track of a fox Is readily distinguished !
Court. and with a broken Jaw and .. Eucb Year-Tlie Story Do You Want To Yawn? from thAt of a rabbit\ or THE GREATThmlforJ's t\tfAMJlYHfDIINE

Office at TmisviLLK, :Fr.A. Bovcrnl I ugly flesh \\-punda. She boast- I. Handed Doa by Tradition. Feel cold fthlverlngs aching in }the small dog. And, more thAn that, the \

ed not long ago that she was not There la 110 spot In all Mexico as bones, lack of energy headache/ and track of one! coon way differ from that t:

GAULDKN, afraid: to make a pnrnclinte descent dearly beloved as the little town of great depression? These symptoms maybe of bis own brother, so that one can

D.L. from it balloon and then made the attempt t. Guadalupe. which Is two and a baIt followed by violent headache, high soiuftliiios distinguish the track of o' J

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW on the wager of n box of-cnndy Mexico. fever, extreme nervousness, a condition given Individual sod by seeing It on :
miles north of the City of
known malaria. Ilerblne it.
Her performance: was a part of the as cures different occasions'get something like
Will practice la all the Court. of the Stat Lake The little Tillage baa only 3,000 souls, Take it before the disease pets; a fair hold, .
Fourth of July sports t ot Ilonir Insight Into Its life Thus a famous
an 1
[ -ot Florida,and the United States,Courts.T. bat many more thousands visit: the though It wilt work a cure In any stage!'
Woonsoclcet. U. I., and thousand has
pork grizzly In the west was known by his Brack-Draught:
.O Box,238. TITUSVimf!, FLA.L' of holiday merry place on certain days In the year when J."I A have, Hopkins used your Manchester great medicine, Kixs, writes Her-: track. One oi his toes had boon cutoff saved doctors' hills. for more than
'
milkers sow pilgrimages are made to the holy blue, for several years. There Is nothing by a trap and the difference that sixty yoaru. For the common fam-

J. WEBB tho slight girl:: shrliie of Guadalupe.The better for malaria chills and fever made In bin. track was easy to see. ily ailments such aa constipation, .I
indigestion hard cold bowel l
l'a shoot downward( 7 lt of January and the 12th of headache biliousness, and for a bloocl- To come nearer home, our common chills, and fever, biliousness complaints -

A ATTORNEY -LAW, apparently to each month the faithful visit this place : purifying tonic, there Is nothing, as aulmaU sometimes bare unpleasant headaches and other, like

Will\ practice in the Courts of the 7th her don tH. She ,. and toll up the hill on which It Is said good: fiOo, at 13. R. &; Hon's..a..t. experiences with steel! traps. The complaints no other medicine Is ,I

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-rcoldent would undoubt that the virgin Guadalupe appeared to marks of these on their feet often add necessary.! It invigorate and regulates -

[ .and rents and accounts collected. edly have been Juan Diego, an Indian boy. Teachlnsc a Pnrrot. a peculiarity that Identifies the animal.In the liver assists digestion,

""Trrtisvii., FLORIDA. Instantly killed According to tradition Juan was "Tbrre are two ways" said a bird other canes the track Is extra large stimulates action of the kidneys, .

had It not been + trudging! over the hill of Tepeyac on dealer "+)f teaching a parrot to talk. or small or Is crooked, but It always bowels. of the foul blood accumulations., and purges the It

for an electric of One way la to put him In a darkened keeps tbe main features of its kind.
D. PENNEY his way to the city on the morning I cures liver complaint indigestion,
A. )Unlit wire on s, Dec. 0, 1531: and as he reached the room' to sit in a corner and to repeat The track of one sort of animal rarely I sour stomach, dizziness, chills

which her chin 9 eastern slope of the hill he heard over and over again the word you need be mistaken for thnt of another rheumatic pains, sidcachc. backache -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, caught breakIng sounds like music. lie stopped to Us- want him to acquire.! A clever parrot and the A 11 C of tracking Is to learn kidney troubles, constipation

the force of i ten. and at that moment a cloud appeared will learn n word or a phrase after the chief kinds of footmarks that are diarrhcna biliougm-ms, piles, hartcolds i
'TiTusy'iLLEy FLOKIDA
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her fall. and In the midst of It a bee uti- some 400 or COO; repetitions, while for to be found In your region.' The way to and }1I ll1Cbe.. Kvery druffaUthaaThedford's -

Will practice In all the courts of the 7tl The balloon fnl lady. She told him to go to the some It takes a week or more. You I learn tracks Is to draw those that you BlackDraughtin
25 and in
Judicial Circuit. she used WAS anew mast keep still In the room. No sounds find always sketching them right from cent packages nu nt-
bishop In her name and to tell him that moth size for 100. Never accepta
one. While should from within or without the house from memory and it In
It wall bel'"Isb that a church nature never substitute Insist on having the
ascending she bo built on that spot where she would save your voice, monotonously repeatIng always best to make them exactly life original: nmilo by the Chattanooga

FREDERICK A. M )RGAN.liEAL''E'JTATE But on the tin a'a" .+0" always be found to give aid to all In the phrase to be acquired, must size.-Ladles' Home JournaL Medicine Company.

chutebnr. When hurried the reach the parrot's ear. Some people
trouble. Juan Diego to
I believe Thcdford's:
BlatkDraught;
: AND,,
INSURANCE about SOU feet t ar but teach their birds In a well lighted Oar Debt to ,Our 1I.0.1t..
bishop with the story of the virgin, Is the\ but medicine on earth. U ls
Loans, Notary public. up, she released no attention wns paid to It. Upon his room speAking from a place of concealment fan ,:Mnclnron In The Christian Endeavor good for any and everything. I have

\ 'Collections, Typewriting Stenography. the parachute \ return home the lady ,appeared! againIn lu u closet or behind a door. World palthe following beau a family of twelve children; and for ,
and startedearthward. 1 the same spot and urged Juan to go This method Is not so good because In tlful tribute to mothers: four years 1 hive kept them on foot ]

ITITUSVILLE, FLA. The Y -- again to the bishop the light the parrot's attention la dis "Tho person to whom you owe morethan and healthy with no doctor but BUck-
paruchute'drop.. Draught. A.J. GREEN, llUwsra, U.
The following day" was the Sabbath tracted. _____ you cnn ever pay or even Imagine V
WADE II. .JONES, ped fully yix! ) 1' nnd litter mass Juan: found the bishop Is your mother. :Slit:: I'tidurcd more for
\, foot before'opening i One of O'Conneir* Ball."
w and repeated the message once more. you. served you wore piltlcntly. loved 1
REAL ESTATE AND Miss Ward The blsbop told him to bring a sign Some pxfeiuely amusing mistakes you more fondly thought/ of you mortbrn'ly. /
INSURANCE by I this tIme bad have "been made by even the most practiced -
from the' virgin Juan saw the virgina than any other person you Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
Loans and Collections. slipped from the n en In upon his return home, and she speakers In their desire to carry have known on Perth or will ever knowsave
sent and was their audience with them. O'Connell and Don't Know It.
1 husband If Indeed
which she wife
him
promised to give a sign, your or your
TITUSVILLK -, FLORIDA. holding on by did on Dec. 12 as he was going to con. once In nn election speech In Conciliation they can always! tu oxcopted. If IIow'To; -ii."GoiOut..

by her bunds to the wrist straps. As fpsslon.!! lie passed this time near the hall told bill followers that If your mother \be spared to you. then are Fill a bottle or common glass 'with your

G1O.!: A. WOK LEY, the parachute flllcO: with air It shook foot of the hill, ,where she appeared measures Injurious to Ireland were you bound to malts tier a first chargeon water and let It stand twenty-four hours: a

orr the girl's hold from the wrist:' once more and while In' conversation brought Into parliament he would go your life as you desire a peacefulconmlrncf sediment .or settling .
ATTORNEY-ATrLAW. straps and she dropped sixty feet to< over to England and "die on the door IH Indicates an
with Junu abe stampedher toot byway nnd us you shall! answer i
General practice inState and Federal tho ground. When within twelve feet of emphasis and water flowed at of the UouBv.of commons In oppositionto fore the judgment scat of 'God. Shemust unhealthy condl- \

Courts. All business entrusted will of the ground, her chin struck the electric ouce from the dry barren hillside and them." and when be came back he be encompassed wllh'pry observance Lion of the kidneys ,
\If It stains
receive prompt attention. wire but she fell bea\'lIy1th would say, "Are' you for repeal now! and :
two holy wells mark that spot today. of comfort mid houur S linen it Is
General Co'unsel for tbe Tuttle Estate, all her weight on her right foot, fracturing The virgin then told Juan to climb to London Standard. gentleness and love with Macrltlcalso <'. your evidence of kid-

Miami. her thigh. the summit of that barren rpcky hill If so be It will please'' her, uf ney troubles too ,

MIAMI, FLounxw TheiIX"Ctators were horrified at tho and be would find roses growing there ncafnclIII Cannot he Curedby tastes and o 'npntlquw! und time amieven frequent desire to

spectacle, and a brother of Miss Ward which he was to gather ahd carry In local :applications an they cannot friendship. and' after you have pass It or pain In I

TAMES ANDREWS, who himself a few days previous! his "tllmn" to the bishop. Juan did as reach the diseased portion of the ear. done all thiit you can thlnk.of and anyone the back U also i
,was carried aloft licud downward on a There Is only one way to cure Deafness, convincing proof that the kidneys and bUd-
bevns told and found the loveliest will still remain a
I If can suggest/ you '
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW. and that Is by constitutional remedies. der are out of order.rtCSjV
who 4.
sister and two friends
guy rope a growing just where abe had told for tbe love wherewith
roses
; hopeless bankrupt
'
: ,Main office and Deafness caused by an Inflamed' condition 11 What to Do. ,
postofflce with them fainted at the sight
address TITUS were '
him to search for them lie gathered of the mucous lining of the Eustachian abe loved! you.. _..-o r There U comfort In the knowledge so,
VILLE. Br such, office at FORT PIKKOK. Alias Ward was picked up and car. them all and placed them In his "til"ma Tube When this tube gets In. often expressed that Dr. Kllme,'. Swamp-,
rled to a cottage near by where she Sewed. Dutton on ...I:.. .
Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co., a sort of blanket tlaiiioJ you have a rumbling sound or Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every
Notary Public State at Large. was attended by surgeons) Later at When be arrived at the house of the Imperfect hearing! and when it Is entirely Rose Brady, seventeen years old. Is wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the

the hospital It was deemed necessarj! bishop and opened the blanket, the closed Deafness Is the result and unless employed an overall! factory In Mission back, kidneys liver bladder and every partof

E. FOSTER to amputate the leg above the knee, roses' tell to the floor, and a picture In the Inflammation can be taken out and street, fun Francisco. Rose: was) the urinary passage. It corrects Inability

STEPHEN Miss Ward bore tie operation remarkably colors appeared on the blanket repre- this tube restored Its normal condition, working at a machine which was rivet to hold water and scalding pain In passing

well. senting the virgin as sbe had appearedto bearing will bo destroyed forever; nine lag "buttons on pants In such a way It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW oases out of ten are caused by catarrh nail wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant'
his kneesIn that never wouldhayetobo
Jmn. The bishop fell on sJUuKlc ,
Caution which Is nothing but an Inflnmed'condUtlon necessity of being compelled to often] .
et go
Sims once
SubstitfilrtT
Building prayer and arose with a promise to ( for it, when all
the surfaces.We the
of .
mucous during day and to get time
up many
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Thin Is not a gentle word-but when build a chapel on the spot the virgin will give One Hundred Dollars for the nincbino drove n button shank I during the night. The mild and the extraordinary ;

you think how* liable you are not to purchase bud I designated. any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) through her linger, riveting the overalls effect of Swamp-Root 1 Id soon (

W. ALLEN.ATTORNEYATLA for 7.>o the only remedy universally ItlHbop Zumamiga set about to build that cannot be cured by Hall's C'atiurh to her finger tu-ar the first joint. It realized. It stands the highest for Its won-
GEORGE known and a remedy that has had the Cure Send for circular free. her would have to derful of the
the church and when It was completedthe was thought finger cures most Stressing cases.
largest; sale of any medicine In the world tllmn" was placed above the altar F. J. CHENEY ft Co., Toledo 0 be amputated "but pliysli-lnn, flunlly If you need a medicine you should flays the,
W since 1HOS( for the And treatment of
cure Sold by all Druggist, 75c. the member best. Sold by druggists 50o. and$1. sl es.
and Throat and Lung troubles In a frame of gold and silver. cut the button out, waving
KKT WES :* FLORIDA. Consumption Hall's Pills the bout.Couliln'l You
without losing Its /great popularityall ThAt little chapel has since been replaced Family are may have a sample bottle of this.
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Will practice In the United' States: these years, you will be thankful we by the magnificent church to be "K 101" llina."n"p I>o> Good-It Pays wonderful discovery
and State Courts. OjunOt) called your attention to Doschee'German seen today. There are also two other ) ou known what It Is to be an and a book that tells I '.ii::. :::
A Chicago man barn observed that more about, both.entl lIttf : 1'''
Syrup,, There are so many cough: remedies churches to mark the spot on which 01'I.hIl1l1"I"klt one of the characters In .
.
"Good deeds. are better than real l estate absolutely free by mall
BURNI1AM M. D. made by druggists and others that the roses were gathered on the summit the "I'lnitcH" or Pen/.iince.' ." and another ;
.
N.s. and for light 'colds deeds-Home of the latter aro worthless. address Dr. Kilmer & name of s..*, aioa
are cheap good ; perhaps and at the holy well where the virgin "Often." The similarity between .
but for severe Cough: : Bronchitis replies Act kindly and gently, show sj ntpatby Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Croup-and especially for Consumption IAllt appeared to Juan. This miracle was tlii two word causes almost flr and lend a helping hand You can not reading this generous offer in this paper.

where there Is difficult expectoration and recotrnlMHl.ln 10U3. and In 1754 It was >u.jL of good illbertlim fun. It'would possibly lose by It." Most men approcl

'Ear, Nose and.Throat. soughing daring the nights and mornings fully sanctioned and confirmed by a tinre been other wine If cither of the ate a kind word: and encouragement more

WEST PALM BEACH, FLOKIDA.HOUOHTON'S / there Is nothing like German Syrup. papnl bulL Later, In 1824. congress decreed characters hud happened to .be an ave than substantial help. There are persons -

Hold by all druggists. In civilized world., Dec. 12 to be a national holiday. "rugo London flu).. In community who might truthfully o ,

O. G. GIu E i, Woodburg N. J. HldalKo took a picture of Guadalupe rite tale Is told of u London boy on say: "My !good friend cheer up. A
few doses of Chaberlaln's Cough Remedy
DR., for hIs standard around which rallied asked b Ferry
his country holiday who was rid you of yonr 'cold!,. and there Is no I
The ainnnfactar of Pin. the first army of the revolutionists, u t-nrter to ujlil out of his hor ea.Vbll'h danger whatever from 1 pneumonia. when 8. ds make, good:

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS In 1775 a prlzt was given to tbe and tU happy Issue that her assistance "\ 'urMI"?" linked the hid. "Thtf yuu line that medicine always cures. crop food make crops more)cue- t'

colonist of Carolina who, producedthe gave to that war endeared her till off 'iiti." fin Id the driver "Horphan." I know It for It has helped me out many tom.rs-.o each year the I Iorop.

on the "Dentos," first native plus and needles. During more to the people. This picture on 'miId flue "boy "How d'ye think III a time." Sold by all druggists and medicine and customers bave I

Now AT PALM BEACH. the war of 1812, when, owing to the tllmn' Is a wonderful piece of kuowH whlrlt of 'em's a horpbnulCnrn. dealers. Brown secret create of the Ferry That'ntraa.. the ,I

restrictions upon commerce: the priceof work. Artists from all over the world you don't kid DIP" And that More Ferry's Heeds sold
-- .. of (axrFlit.: .... tubes are now for sale at \
--- pine rose to tbe enormous sum have examined It and have testified clotted the hll'ld"lIt.-I.OIltlnn News. aDd sown than any other t,
Foley's Kidney Cure $1 per paper, manufacture, was that It Is of no known style of painting.The this office puce Jots; postage extra kind. Hold t>r alt d..i!r. I:
IBoxdxr4 Manna/UE
actually started in the United States Indian garment of Ixtli fiber Is of Caved by I71> wire '
M. Oo.
makes kidneys and bladder right.YirginiaHomes. but does not seem to have met wIth a c-oarwe weave The picture appears The Duke of Wellington once met b:1 ...... 0. DetroR,,

success as the enterprise was soon on both sides of the cloth and Is as accident uu ollicitf lu a state of librlety. 11' Numerous are the queer beliefs concerning lonLrr.

abandoned. The Industry was not fair. bright/ ne new, though I said to be over the mtnibtr ....\"t.lI. From the

ly started In this country until the dud years old. The Church of Nuestra "Look here sir." said the Iron Duke. very earliest agtfi them-ven great plan

year 1S3U. Venom\ de Ouudulupe. In which this "What would you do If you met one 01 f ets were known and ruled this world -, -, .- .._ -- -.. ..-. -
The early pins In this country as in marvelous picture bangs.; Is said. by ex your men In the condition In which I 1 add the dwellers In It, and their' nuuiboreutrntl -

England, were made with globular ports to be one. of the.richest and band. And your' Intoi'veryconceivable matter The Largest and Most Com

beads of flue twisted wire made separately souM-st on earth today. Its treasures The officer! drew himself up. gave the tbut coni-emi'd lunn. There areoven elate Establishment South.

You learn all about Virginia Lands, and secured to the shank by con be counted by millions. It was military salute and replied with great days In 'h.'l't1e., "seven boles.

its tivation resources, products, mode of cul-the eomproKHlon from a falling block and dedicated May 1. '170U. and is 184. feet gravity "1 would not condescend to In the bead, for the muter stars are GEO. S, HACKER & SON
eto.
prices reading (
by
Virginia Farmer., Send lOcts. die. Throe old pins bud the misfortune long .by 122 fret wide. It has a vaulted speak to the brute!" Ills wit saved ,,('v'n." seven ages. both for wan and ,

for 3 months subscription to the of often parting, with' their heads. roof supported by Corinthian columns him his commlsilion. tho world In which he lives. There are

Farmer Co., Emporia Va.! It was to orvrvoiii this difficulty that The wbole Is surmounted by a dome, seven material heavens There are'

the attention of curly Inventors wasdirected. the lau:"ni of which: is 123 feet above Til. Inquiring- "IID<1. seven colors bi the Nprctrnm and seven

The<< solid bended pta 'In the floor. The building cent.J1.181.0OO. Jimmy-I say, daddy. 1 want you to notes. In the diatonic octave and the ,!

BANNER SALVEthe (.bninion um tn ay. took the place of The Jewel gold and sliver plate and I answer a question. "loading" note of the scale Is the ,

the: old form about 1S4O. other rich belongings noarly all belong I Ills 1.'ntlU'r-Wbot Is it? seventh. Bt It noted thnt the seventh
most salve) In the world.
healing to the rwerumeBt and are estimatedat JImmy-Well. If the end of the world ton Is not always gifted! wltb beneficent r 7

-- Cancer Cured I y Blood Balm I2.0IXUJOO: more. wa to come end the earth was dentroyed > powers lu Portugal be Is beloved -

The church possesses a very costly while u mini/ wait up In a bill- to IJc.o subject to the powers of
All Skill and Illocxl na...... Cared.
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE Ala. crown foeth virgin., It is of solid loon., where would be hind when he darkness and to be foLupvllod everyuituelay
Mr. M. L. .&.dnmll. Fredonla, ,
took Botanic Jllood. Balm which effectn- gold and weighs many pounds. Thereare e5 me (In W IICLYDE? $ ale sing to assume. the like-

ally cured an eating cancer of the none sli shields on the crown for the pose of on n"K.-at. James (]ax tte.IMotlierM I

and face. The Mores healed up perfectly. six archbishops of Mexico, and they STEAMSHIP LINE. .1'S I

1 tiny doctors had given up her case as are all surrounded. by diamonds. There .. OF
from Jackson MANUFACTURERS t
The Clyde ships sailing
lopoless. Hundreds of canes of cancer, are a number of angels, each having an ville still continue to go north full of Who would keep their children lo ,

eating sores suppurating swellings, etc., Immense ruby on the brca!t, while! the r.. It is evident that this popular good health should watch fur the first Doors Sash Blinds
plUllleo
.. TRADE MARKS have been cured by Blood Bairn. Among I rest of the surface of the crown Is cov- line III I a great Mvorito with the travelIng symptoms of worms, "stud remove them ,
..f.. .: '.", a1" DauaMerorvRC.R, them, !Mrs. B. M. Goerney, Warrior 'erd with juippbires and emeralds. This public for our home people have boon with. White's Cream Vermifuge It Is
AcAnvnn Stand, Ala Tier none and lip were raw crown is surmounted by the Mexican yearly patronizing the Clyde; Line and the children's bent tonic. It gel's digestion Men Id ing & Building Material
.niflns sketch and dnwrlptlrw! war as beef with offensive discharge from at work so that their food does-them
I u.'ortnln our opn.inn, fro whaiher ma'ifi't Doctors advised cutting eagle holding aloft a Urge diamond 'seem thoroughly satisfied with the ship, OOIoe Jt Warerooms, King
the eating sore. gnod and they healthy and opposite
t l e.rmunlai grow up
>
service stateroom accommodation etc.
+ ';( etiyomthk.ntIn4: : :: IlurMhunkun: > FnrenLh.nt I but It fall.(!. Blood Balm heated crown.. : strong. :2.'e, .nt B. It. Wilson Jk /Hon' Cannon IJtreet.Char1eston: .
... and
frt e. oirtont ttironcv fur. '.taf"' ,The Clyde are pnople .
: .1"8& and Mrs. Guerney is ss well all The pilgrims are not able. many progressive
Fiic., r.cotep the sores, poor ; -- -----
nvenlenceand
,.Ia4;.:.fk.wtthnukcarve.intMSd : ever. Botanic BloodBalm also euros of them, to form no Idea of the rich are "onntantly-omfort of"their '/ It U S, C.

eczema, Itching humors, scabs and scales, ness-of this church with Its communion patrons. certainly
ientinc .Hm rIcau.D a pleasure to sail from Jackson
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bone pains, ulcers, offensive pimples rail and balustrades from tire rllle on one of their grand steamer! an.JD'U Sash Weights Cord and
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T ntmlMlon
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nt n irlnnulla: tnnrnal. Torm.,S4 a blood poison, sanctuary to the choir of solid silver. home people in selecting their route .
the skin and all This signature (. on every hoe of the rennin.
"" fuse mo ntb.,|L Uiild brail nawadeaurs l risings and bump on
They are three feet high with a top for annual. trip north could not travelIn Hardware.
MUNN & Co 38tnroad.ay'-New York I blood troubles. Druggists/of Botanic, fl per Blood per molding a foot wide and a still more theater comfort than by the 'lyde Laxative Bromo.. Quinine Tablets :
large bottle. Sample the remedy tlm rmr* a mitt tm on* day
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Branca oaoe. OS T BU Wubloatun U. Line The rates are always, cvnlderloir
Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood> massive base. The sacred' vessels are that Include meals and Window and t Fancy Glass
tile O'1'' they
Balm Co., Atlanta A/'rED-A .
: : TRUBTW011THY Oe.TLJI.C.7
CIt) ) LEAD FOR; SALE in any qnantlv and special medleal advice cent In stone The choir has some line statiTwm berths, much cheaper than by w or Jay In .Mih' ormntr to riutnae A SPECIALTY. 1 II I
at tIlt ADVOCATE ofll e.Foley's It II certainly worth while done and rail. A letter addressed to V. M. Ironmonger :; tor an ulil...t<>l>ll.li. sealed letter. earring In ebony mahogany. -
A.'t Oen'l Pa .
jr., enger Agent, .1I.llIuanclalll..dlnff r. A Mrolvbt.) bou ads
nve..tlgatlnfl! ; such a remarkable remedy, The anent Is a basso relieve above the Jacksunvllle, Fla., will\ bring you rollparticulars. weekly. "rash salary. lie H.nu paid. by check ewhtVRilnexlity
.. Blood Balm cures the moot awful : wltli nil. e.p.,nM*. film front hmul- Foley's Honey and Tar ;
is tall the litany of the .
Honey ana Tar worst and most deep seated blood *. Illustrating Ch... II. Walton I Ie the 71tnsvlile gnerteru. Jtoiiey ailv ucieilfx, |>.iu.... Man.. il
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: President WM. M. Bnovm Vlce-Pre
t JAMES PBITCHABD, ; icW
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. OLD-FASHIONED DEMOCRACY. C. S. ScHDYtKK, Cashier. W. S. BIIANHINO, Asst. Cashier.


The revival of-the old-fashioned, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
A.WHKI.Y JOTSBNAL DBVOTIB TO ramor DVS'
.BUT or Tns, IHDIAIT KIVSB, 104& sound, sturdy Democratlo doctrine
w WOBTH ABD BUOATWB BATIBOTION*. in New England is most encouraging ,
of healthy politics. We bave HealthFOR COUNTY DEPOSITORY. i i

PUBLISHED :liVERY FRIDAY.OJBABLKS had an example of it in Massachusetts A QUARTER! Authorized capital $i QO 000
I where free silver and Bryan- Paid up capital, $25ooo: f i
H. WALTON, Editor &: Publisher. ism were Ignominiously kicked out /people 11'\0 have torpid livers gad life a miserable C'\N Average deposits $100,000 i

by the State convention. In New / eiinteno. tad take purees nd" draitte drugs .... ,
Discontinuance of adv.ts.; must be mad pee the Democrats have which gripe and rack the bo_ ,when oil they used U
cushy; at this office or by; writing.! ,Hampshire a gentle reminder the aver to do Km duty. I Transacts a General
nominated "Gold Democrat" for Banking E
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Check,.to.,may be made payable to CHABLB Governor, and hive placed him upon "D A\{ H'S LIVER PILLS Ai ,

B. WALTON, publisher.Addresi an old-fashioned Democratic l/; !Lj Easiness.
NDTONIG PELLETS Igh"
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I h l i platform-the kind of platform on \1
t l t all communication to which the Democrats carried the are.mUd ID their action. The pins cumulate the liver to itol \ ;\ "I Largest and Oldest Bank on the RIver
trr EAST COAST ADVOCATE, proper work, and the pelloU Inigo.he .,.teaa M a "
under Cleveland. There is
1 TITDSVILI.B, YLDaID1.it country whole; in short, they; both uala'! Nature which la fell r Kxbbanee bought and sold on all Foreign I
no halting on the old tarrllf issue. medicine cboutd do. Remember that 25 doses for 25 9 Countries.I .
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-- -' They declare for.a tariff for rev day ooeU 28o. You can ban a free asmp S U'
v Patronage reolHted. Prompt ,
00v. I < ap service
8. department of Agriculture enue pure and simple, the only log you want it. treatment, and every favor coimlHtnnt will!nniit.u!..
I, +., r s native,banking ,
r Weather liureiiu-Jupiter, Fla. ical reason for the existence of a BROWN MFQi co. granted
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i tax and if that free trade ; CORRESPONDENTS
means New York Seaboard National Hank
of New fork, ,,<
t > 1' The following>\ is a comparative statement why make the most of it. This, and Oreeneville, !:t..!,.,. ...._'lii ,!!'iO,"r5y __ National Bunk of Jacksonville, Via,

of temperature and rainfall for the coupled with' demand for the Immediate Tenn. ".rIr.J'USVILLE:' : : FLA..
1 week ending. / Tuesday, Oct. 7, 1902., abolition of all tariffs on
',, W r -1902- -1901- trust-made articles, with expressed -- -=

a XU.TK.1 MAX.94 MIN.78 MAX.80 MIN.78 opposition to subsidies and with TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

2 88 78 88 75 demands for reciprocity with Cuba
3 87 79 85 74 makes a platform on national issues
4 87 78 84 72 which is commended to Dem- Sold by B. K. WILSON ft: SON. TITUSVILIE.
Cote Brick Lime
Coal Cement
6 87 70 83 74 Wood ,
6 93 76 81 74 ocratic conventions everywhere. -- ,

t 7 .88 74 83 73 There is not a word about silver or Registration Books Open. ARE YOU GOING NORTH ? *

Total rainfall for the week: .08 about Bryan. New England, in -
f Departure from normal rainfall for the fact, is taking the lead in the Democratic To the Citizens of the Town of Titus- If you are, why not consult your pleasure Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalrllrlck......
week minus 2.44 Inches.
: Departure revival which sound villa:
brings and comfort and travel by one of the
1 f from normal rainfall si ace January 1, principle and honest motives to the The registration books for the Town of magnificentshlps of the famous and ever Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida Telephone 3To. 262
4t minus 17.27 Inches. tire
the Town
.y Tltusvllle now open at -
Line from Jack
popular Clyde Bailing
i k UAL. P. HARDIN Observer. front, and which looks straight to. Clerk's office and will continue open up sonvllle., These fine steamships are fitted J. K. )MUNNERLYN General Manager;
>i '* ---- ------ wards a Democratic President in to the 16th day of October 1002. Those with every modern convenience; the
'I 1004 if the sentiment is embodiedin who are not registered and intend to staterooms are models of oomort, and
1 AN Inquirer aays an exchange, the platforms of the States west vote at the general town election to be the bill of fare is all that could be de-
fl' wrote as follows to the real estate held on the 27th day of October, will sired. From all places of Importance & Baker
of the Mississippi and in
adopted within the time limited
please register MeMurray
man : "I can tell more about the along the East Const the resident
the next National platform.IT above.. G, A. FROST, patronizing the Clyde Line and on their ,
kind of a town you bave by seeinga ot Town Clerk.
return from the North many words of
a sample copy of your town paper bestowed the Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
is said that since Col. Robt. praise are upon Clyde 4O1-413 East Bay -
than other of Infor-
by any means ships and their courteous officers. The
P mation. It your merchants are W. Davis has announced that he Draylnjj.- service is excellent, and a trip upon one -Makers and Jobbers of-
I '' I will not be candidate two of these and staunch
a palatial Clyde ships
6 dead and don't advertise In your years Dray ing or hauling of all kinds promptly
1 town paper I don't want to locate hence for re-election to Congress I attended to. Meets all trains. Stove will be a revelation. Early applications and Material
Vehicles Harness
will choice accommodations.
secure > Carriage Wagon
the lIon. Frank Clark will come I wood supplied
in or near such a place. I have ALFRED UAUL.KT, TItusville. For prompt attention and particulars, ,
bad experience with one town like back, to Florida from Oklahomaand write to F. SI. Ironmonger, jr., .assistant
i bf )e L that and I'll not be caught again if make the race for Congress general passenger agent J Jacksonville Saddlery, Rubber Tires. .
Drone Turkey Are Profitable.Where FIIor to C. II. Walton ADVO-
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from this district. Frank Clarkcan ; agent
I I can help it. First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
one baa sufficient range there CATS office, Titnsvllle, Fla.JACKSONVILLE .
make more practicing
; money la no feathered fowl more profitablethan ,
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law than by being a ,
1C V' THE coal strike will be congressman the bronze turkey.: They are.
soon a LABOR AGENCY
serious matter, for it will affect and it is said he is enjoying a large however great wanderers. and some I & EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. & Co.
East Coast Lumber
l out in the
transportation ; then every business practice--- -territory.-- time off cause and much not coming annoyance: back.by In straying raising -- A. M. BECK. Supply
will suffer. The Government should '
Shipping Master,
turkeys' much care must be taken I
take hold of the matter. ;No doubtit SIR Michael Hicks-Beach says Hotel help a specialty.
tlfl with the fount until' they are three GENERAL OFFICE; EAU GALLIC, FLA.
that the Chinese and South'African 10 South Laura St.
would have been settled before
months old: After-this they will take
)
- wars have cost Great Britain over JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Yards at Tltusvllle Eau Oallle and Fort Pierce.
this, but the November elections care of themselves' If they have suitable
,\l : a are a factor, and the politicians $1,140,000,000 "of which amount range but should be fed twice a : ( Complete.stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds; Sash and DOOM,
hesitate to settle a strike that may the taxpayers have already willing. day to call them home at night. c n' The ADVOCATE does job printing.
contributed $375,000,000." Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address! all'brders to'the General Office
interfere with their political aspi ly Ap-
., t) rations. Politics are the curse of pearantly Sir Michael\ hasn't had .

t! 1 the country and if not throttled his ear close enough to the groundto Pioneer '

t' ,, soon will be the ruination of it. hear the groans of the "willing" The, Cooperage. Hodges c fe O'Hara,
taxpayers, though about everybody
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FLORIDA.I .
LAGRANGE, -
.. and Dealers ..
I else in the United Kingdom has .Manufacturers in.
TUB story which recently came manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS. cheaply and expedltlously. Rough I
heard them.
li t, ,; 1 from Russian Poland to the effect When In need of a tank write me for estimate I can fill your order to perfection. and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.

l ; that a three-month-old boy baby TOM: JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla.Taber's Dressed
4 had given utterance to a startling "NEXT week," announces a :Mis Grange lion Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
t has borne sourl editor who has the Sheldon Mills\ and office. located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
fruitin
N prophecy already any part of the State. Address: Hodges &; 0'Una, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
episode still fresh in mind "we will
this country, We now hear of a Trees ,. ,
'I'''' Texas infant that had developed a be running this paper aa Jesse --- "- '- --

'k t prodigious intellect and splendid James would have run it. Delinquent The Oldest Established Oral nand Seed House In the State.

; ti conversational powers before it subscribers may expect! a call Have an enviable reputation for being well /grown, thrifty and true to name-
k I reached the of four months. from us with their accounts stuckIn very Important considerations to the planter. Among; our thousands of satisfied a YAl tit
I It is not unreasonable age to expect the muzzle of a six-shooter. customers Is the United Htates Government, for whom we are growing special -vv-ol.:: ::: ....8.... IQO-U.XS:: & Co.
both In and orchard. Our twenty extensive
hybrids, on contract, nursery years
q ,' y that within a few weeks: we shall Otherwise this paper will have to Orchard and Nursery experience Is at your service. Fruit trees, Shade trees, Roses
l l ''k hear of infants in different partsof be run as the Sheriff would run it." and Ornamentals Freight Prepaid. Catalogue; tree GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN. SEEDS

J the country who, at ages vary GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, G. L. TABER PROPRIETOR, ,

{ i fait', ing from ten days to two months, JACK ONVILLIC'S Gala Week will Glen Saint Mary Florida. Flour, Grits, 'Meal and Fertilizers
N have exhibited not only a complete be a success this year. The can-

command of the English tongue, vasslng committe is meeting with Y5r9 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

but who are proficient also in encouragement on all sides and
M t Buffalo Gasoline Motor. Agts. for furioa Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y, and Plant System.
d French, German Norwegian,Gaelic the subscription list, now shows I
? and Hebrew. I that nearly $4,000 has been contri- .

buted. The full amount needed is

TUB Florida State Fair la going between $7,000 and $8,000, and the ..... IS JflJSOLUTELY: : 'RELIABLE P. Kulilraan <& Co.

w? to be a grand thing this year. The progress made, so'far, is consider .> .t\j,\; ,, ,' 1 :J.i IN ALL WEATHER.
1 Board of Directors ed quite satisfactory. < ,
busily
,1' are '
an- ; 201 Washington St. ) NEW YORK.
exbiblt-;; I When you get disgusted with
gaged securing are Murray) :\ Street. J N. Y.
1 fr l promised a large assortment. Near- FLORIDA STATE FAIR. cheap erfglnes try the

s i+ ly every county in the 'State will -FOR
send exhibits, and Drevard county Columbia Baker and Bradford counties BUFFALO.GEO. -
t ta are now In line with larger exhibits
r must not be found lacking. Our
R. WALLACE
than lutear, ,
< rl.da:
people should begin to prepare ? ran.gesan.CI.:
their exhibits now. Our jelly The space already reserved for exhibits West Palm Bench Florida.
1 guava will occupy three-fourths of the Interior : c.rapetr-u.:1t.: ,
factories can send some fine exhtb of the Main Tent 230x150 in size.

t it., as can also our fruit and vege. The grand stand is nearly completed.It We represent several of the largest shippers I in your State, and wish to representyou
l table farms. Our women too, can will comfortably seat 1,401people, ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE. also. Give
; us a trial
+ send fancy needle work that would and Is to be one of the very best of its shipment. Established 80 years.
P 1.-j win a diploma at any exhibition. kind In the whole country particularly -
{t Let the of Brevard In the matter of comfort. /
I f 3 people county ESTABLISHED: 1870.
; and the East Coast generally, takean Not only will nearly every couuttln / #
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t Florida: be represented at the :
active interest in
the State Fair
exhibits have been entered from twelve
k T 1 and thus advertise'our advantages other States and two foreign countries, rtr M. Lane & Son
BO that those who are in search of both of the latter coming direct to our ,
+ t + homes may know that this is the Fair.One

I I I favored section of Florida. of the most Interesting exhibitswill 250:: WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
be a complete whip-making factory

'' 4 :ZOLA'S death, which occurred in In operation, showing the process of
it braiding common buggy whips. This Southern Fruit and Produce
France last week, ends a life that exhibit comes from the largest; whip factory
did honor to him who lived it, tot lu the .world at Westlleld, Mass.

I ,, fr, his France defence and of to literature.Dreyfus alone As a shows man Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs -COtXr.o..1ss1oc.: :) : : :: tMtercb.a.r.l.: : :

and colds and prevoi1pneumonIa.. Takeno
I t + the stuff that was in him. Zola had substitutes. For sale by Wilson Son FLORIDA
{ nothing to gain and everything to PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .

I loose in that affair. As aa.writer CHURCH NOTICES.
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Cards
and our quotations furnished
no competent critic questions his on application.

1 ability. It remains consider .
f only The TItusville Presbyterian Sunday -- --
t er the tone of his book. While he school will meet at 3:30: ( every Sunday

t wrote as a novelist be was preeminently :I afternoon. ''f _1 C OLIVIrt':: : :: : : BROT23ERIY : : ,

I t, a student of social condit :
ions. He looked life TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. -
at with a =, :[ProduceIComrnission Merchants.
searching eye. Zola aimed to show -
ti 4 ,fir certain conditions. The world knew The following are the times of arrival
t that the conditions existed there and departure of passenger trains to and Florida
i6 i e ; from Tltusvllle: !Pines Our Specialty
ti :lloreitcursed him. But time makes OCTHBOCWO.teTM .

I all things right and Zola denied a THniTlllfor Miami and I .<
a

place French among Academy the immortals shall stand of triumphant the. Leave Tltn intermediate.Tlll.for jMluonTillo points.ae I I Wo""PHOBTHHOC1TO. -m. Fine Job Work Quickly! Executed E.I! 335;Washington Street,

among the world's list of and IntannatlUt point ac/ p-m> iiii.- =? NEW YORK.
Titnirill for itenford 7:OSm
immortal. Arrive TUu vlll. from 8aford tae p.m AT THE!: ADVOCATE OFFICE. wiJReferencw' Our 33 years record. Chatham :National Bank, New York.'I .


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Stuart. Fort
Pierce. Melbourne. Georgiana.'joe .

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., L. Lane has bad his. lotonDarenue Mrs. James Andrews left for New ,',, .
Rogers left of last
,. Tuesday, week
GOODK A noODU -Rnal Rsut and Loan "
| bbed and cleared, up this week., York Tutsdty.: Accent for ..Aetna London and Liverpool ml tot lal1l1. t'
Globe Prorlriencn Washington, and Sun Fir WHOLESALE GROCERS
_ be hot wave was broken Tuesday byood ,Dr. Ilugblett was in town Monday Insurance. Special! attention paid to taw :Mr. Ouy Simmons: left last week for a

cool northeaster coming down< visiting patients.Mr. Interests of Dou.re .ldeDtI. visit to Ashevllle, X. C.

> coast. W. J. Nesbitt left. Sunday, for Mrs Bower and daughter Miss Ilattle
DR L. A. PEEK-PHVUIOIAN ANI 8I1ROllflo-*: Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner i
Rvillle Baker I III the mall Eau Gallle
now carrying on a business visit. Keaiilonoa MeJh""rliel i Eun Galllo, 1'U"scl.y were passengers on the Canaveral to
weep thta point and Spnicubluff, via Mr. and Friday af Mrnoon.. Qoooa, and returned Tuesday of last .
iter route. Harry Jennings, of Tibbals, was a .... .
week.
pleasant visitor in town Tuesday
|I. YV. Bessey has received the lumber @B"' Subscriptions for the ADVOOATK, 'Mesdames and and Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Bruner
tli which he is going to build verandas Mr. Steve Getter: was a pleasant visitorin the pink paper of the East Coast will be Hughes 1
town, Tuesday, shaking hands with received at the Melbourne PostofHce.Oeo. /! Misses Beth and Winnie, were valhug on .
j>und the hotel.chroeder his many lends here. their friends in the south end of town WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED

& Kennedy are preparing last Friday '
Mrs. Charles Bell Brown has the cement foundation
of the
one popular
of land which will PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
they plant .
acres Readers of the ADVOCATK who -
employees of the Florida East Coast laid for his new store building. : con
vegetables this season. Railway was visiting his parents las template spending the winter here shouldbe Seed Potatoes, 'Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.
Frank Fee from Fort Tierce
he strawberry growers are all hard at 1 Sunday. to spend Sunday came with up his home folks making arrangements soon Thero ,-We solicit consignment of Fruits and Vegetables, '
jTrk planting out plants. II. S.Wltham is only a few furnished cottages unoccupied -
Mr. Person Paddlson arrived
the delegation. Saturday -Miss Helen Miller has again left now.
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Joined us --- --
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charge yard
Mr. Sheppard, representing the Wilson here We are glad to.. see you back for LaGrange where she will each school Mrs. Theda Hall and daughters, Misses

$Toorae Fertilizer company, of Jack again, Ponton. thin season." Ada and Kstelle left for their homo, In TRAIN'S AUTOBIOGRAPHYWhy

uvllle, spent several days here this Joe Dawson, a popular commercial DeLand, last week. ,Mrs. Hall's health I TIRED AND ,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Coco .
Tyler paid
was much Improved during her
pok. traveler was a guest of the McBride stay } WORN OUT.Women .
a visit Sunday. Mr. Frank Tyler, going house recently among relatives and friends here.
EM Us Ariol Lawson, of Sebastian poss- up to undergo an operation Ijy Dr. IIughlett. Eccentric George Francis ...
through here, Friday night, en route We are glad to !say at the present Mrs.\ Ida Hector Has moved to the Mr. Provost Is proving himself the

Spruceblotf. Miss Lawson will teach time of wilting, he la resting very com West house, where, she is ready to enter right man In the right place; at his suggestion Writes His Life Story.

e public school at Sprucebluff. this fortably. tain tourists this season all the roads. loading to the ,
school house were leaned up, grass i
nter. 6l
Mis. Brazwell opened her milllne Miss Olive Powers, of Orlando, arrived hoed out, elo., by the patrons. The
Lumber has arrived for Mr. Downlng's store on Saturday, and treated the Fort last week, and Is happy in the home of school house put In perfect order, WANTS "MESSAGE" DHDEESTOOD.of l

Mdence. II. W. Bessey's toga and Pierce populace to as tine a display of her grandmother Mrs. M. A. Martin. new locks and new soreens on the doors,

hters are delivering the material, and first-class mlllnery goods as anyone Mrs. Jennie new stops and the house thoroughly
A. Ooode, of Clearwater
ntraetor Bell! of Palm Beach, will\ doe would oare to see. Mrs. Bras well is a Is a late urn s'sl. She Is a welcome guest, cleaned. Miss Bell, the tenchor, arrived _"'.. of fcat M.c.o.. II. I.

building The keys are to be turneder very charming lady and is quite an at the Hoke house, being a sisterinlawof Saturday and has a very pleasant bO l'tl. Not Apprvelntea-Dictate* to St.-

to the owner on December 1st..Work acquisition to society here, and we wish' Mr. Hoke, sr. Ing' place at Peter Wlttfeld's. She novri>h.r at Rapid nat_IIU a.-

In the tomato section is being her unbounded success in her business. Mrs. John Goode and daughter Mrs. opened school Monday morning, with a marknbl Itl.u.o.y E..p....... Need
good attendance. All join la
wishing
shed as rapidly as possible. Reuben The magic lantern entertainment
L. O. Moore, returned, Tuesday, after her a pleasant term. With LI Ilnnac Ctiansr.
received two Suny given at the Ft. Pierce Hotel
nrlton new wagons ; Thursday spending three delightful months with I
and left for his farm over the new evening, by Mr. and Mrs. Nesbett for the relatives In New York and Boston. As he attain his quiet little room in a. constant supply of blnod-maklna\ materIal -
bite road. II. W. Bessey will build a benefit of St. Andrews church, was well "WATCH THE KIDNEY'-"Whe the Mills hotel George Francis Train, I I110W' ortlielrsyBtemawill breakdown.Tho .
Wehouse at the landing on the river to attended and was a decided success Hotel Carleton Is In first-class order they are affected. life Is In danger," says is '
I. female
organism
lu his nty-flfth more
the weather. Mrs Hartestone and Mrs. for its guests this We Dr. Aboinetliy tine sev year, COUlIlICl1tt.'d
totect the produce from Bahney playedan season. predicta great English phys ! as
opening duet that was much enjoyedby full house for Mr. and Mrs. Robertson. clan. Folev's Kidney Cure makes sound : or less reproachful of fnte for not allowing so thrown out of balance. As a result,
those After the The Carleton is a house. kidneys. For sale Wilson& him to bo understood, says the
[A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT.-Mr. present. entertainment homelike; by !Son: health and : 'cted by

en Dunn, of Benton Ferry, W. Va., the young people enjoyed a delightful Miss 'Emily Tupper, of Ormood, arrived New' York Times. lie hopes however divers dlwHHe. Motherhood, family

Itea "I have had kidney and bladder little danoe to Mrs. llartestone' last Saturday and !Is spending a Hardeeville. that hU forthcoming book, "My Life society all levy melt drains upon her

Ipuble for years and it became so bad irresistible music, which was kept up few days at Myrtle Cottage; Melbourne In Muny States and la Foreign Lands," strength; hut most women break under

Sat I was obliged to get up at least a until twelve o'clock. The proceeds of Beach the guest of Miss Cummings may prove In a way a vehicle through the nervous tension. The demands

b/sea times a night.: I never receivedy the magic lantern entertainment 'We very which his message! may be comprehended upon her nervous strength are much
were much pained time
some
amounted to the handsome sum of a Mrs. B. .B. Templeton and two dainty
medicine
benefit from the
permanent any since to hear the that Miss Carrie lie has great faith In this )greater than similar demand of
little over twenty dollars. little daughters have arrive: home from report .
After I
Cure. be
I tried she must
ptll Foley's Kidney oppoKlte sex. Hence supplied
Bellows dead. We wish he that be has
was toannouno but
Key West, much to the delight of Rev message, says
ling two bottlds, I am cured. For! the of mud iu greater measure with the element
Friday evening was scene
to her friends the
who looked lonesome many on river his
Indian learned to expressions
Templeton, during modify
|le by B. R. Wilson & Son. I merrymaking; at the home of Mr. and their absence ) that letter has been received from Lake lie has discarded -Iron-that gives strength. The

Mrs. Taber, the occasion being the birth City, saying that she Is there and In good through experience. reunion women feel tired and worn out
day anniversary of their twin son and The Misses Weatherwax returned las health psychic telepathy, and other extraordinary and suffer from headache, pains In the

Eden.ohl I daughter, Miss Lorena, and Mr Leroy Saturday from Ht. Joe, Mich., where Ideas, but ho believes that -whether back and limbs, etc., is because they
Faber The spacious halls and beautiful they have spent the summer. It is need Miss Willie King left last week for or not his message will be evident to have used! up their supply of Iron.

pallor were ablaze with lights and the less to say there weieglad hearts In 'Melbourne Lotus, where she is to tench her first all do will nt leant have produced on Menstruation trouble i lit largely causedby
| the buzzing and tho biting of the handsome costumes of the ladles present at their return. term of school. Miss King deserve entertaining book denlliig with a really luck of

osq ul toes. made a striking picture; Mrs. Faber, In great credit for her perseverance, I In
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Cbaffoe returned remarkable career. iron.Harter's
Mrs. W. F Richard's son, Francis, lethe salmon pink silk, as she graciously received studying early and late, through the hot
her guests looked charmingly to their pleasant home In Melbourne on summer, in order to fit herself for a Mr. Train has been dictating his autobiography Dr.
,
i sick list. ;
last Monday evening. They have been
sweet and dainty. After games and mu. teacher, at such an early age. to a stenographer sent! by
Our school opened on Monday with spending the summer In their northern his The author has rarely
s6! the guests were Invited to the dining publisher \
,
School opened in the Win- Tonic
home Monday Iron
In Brooklyn, N Y. It Is nice to
> attendance of twenty pupils. room, where delicious Ices, cake and Ice- have our people coming back so early. throp Cottage, Miss Willette Forest, of been obliged' to turn to a book of refer

Mr.' and Mrs. Will Robinson spent cream were served In abundance. Miss Malabar, teacher. Mrs. J. K. Anthony, 1 cuco. The confirmation of his dates
mday with ]dr. and Mrs. C. A. Hob- Lorena and Mr. LeRoy were the reclpienta Mr and Mrs. S. T. MIddleton and fatuity of West Palm Beach, spent a day las said historical facts by tin utenoKruplier supplies this element. It enriches the

son. of many handsome and useful presents. the Misses Florence W. MIddleton, week with Mrs J. P. Sawtelle, on her has revealed a most wonderful blood and restores what strain. ball

Prof. E E. Macey, County supervisor Each guest was presented with a Eva O. MIddleton, Mable MIddleton, way' to the Noith. She met her son and memory on the part of Train. Once be used ui>.

public schools, paid our school a visit lovely little souvenir of the happy : Mary B. Middleton, the Messrs. John C some friends, at Jacksonville, and the quoted half a page from Emerson, Augusta, Ark., Mur 10, 1901.
occasion. '.T. MIddleton, Allen MIddleton and Mas- left for New York "After hnvlnc sold Dr. Hurter' remedies.
i :Tuesday ter Fred B. MIddleton, arrived a week party Saturday:: nigh. read In a volume that be had not seen for tblrty.ean I can obaerfullr r.romm acl
stopping at Atlanta Ga. and
Washington them. I mid that I
Mr. Frank Richards, who was laid upr SPENT MORE THAN tlOOO.-W.) W. ago from Roy, Wash., and will spend the .D. O., on their way. for forty years. A comparison with holdlnipcfllulfavorDr.Uartar's might -
a few days with 'a lore leg, Is aboutell Baker, of Plalnvlew, Neb., writes "hiy; winter in Melbourne. Mr. MIddleton the original revealed one mistake-the RD. Iron Ionic, and would
again. wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen was a guest of Hotel Carleton last spring When Mrs\ E. A. Russell of Minneapolis substitution of 'and" for "but. recommend It a* th. vary
olJerrel bent of Iron I am ac
here she preparation
Capt. John Miller took a number of years. She tried a number of doctors -i In the was every child A reporter of the Times accompanied with. To w..Jr.. nssritou.n.ea

s friends to the ocean beach on Sunday and spent over $1,000 without relief. His Life in Peril."I they had place learned pilzeof the Lord's a gold dollar when the stenographer the other morning oil women and thine. troubled and with then
Prayer the poor clliicxtlnn, pale
ternoon, In the yawl Maud Miller. She beoamevery low and lost all hope Just seemed to have gone all to'' Ten Commandments the Beatitudes,and Ills visit to Train. lie found hint in a blood, I belUv It to b. a panacea

L'he Ladlel'Aid Society held Its month Tar A friend, and recommened thanks to this Foley's great Honey remedy and, it pieces," writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare, the Apostles' Creed. Those who won corner room near the top of the lllceck- UJ B. WlLKEKSoif, Drucgliit."

meeting at Mrs. John Miller's At. saved her life She enjoys better health Tex., "blllousnetut aud a lame back bad the prize were Ben and Jo King and or street building, busily\ engaged; In (MUM tMf.il.*. lint. ..... UillanUl .1..1.l .)
ndanca was small, but considerableork than she has known iu ten Refuse made life a> burden, I couldn't eat or Ruby and Claude Simmons Mrs Russell Ills correspondence. The walls of the

was accomplished. substitutes. For sale by years.B. R Wll! sleep\ and felt almost too worn out to being disappointed In not being ableto room ,are covered with work when I began to use Electric Bitters find the gold dollars, sent them each Train at began hIs
& Son.HANCOCK'S. tiewspnpers. once
son
Mrs. R. D. Hake has taken up her but they worked wonders. Now :I : one dollar and a quarter, telling them I If -
nslo class again, since the holidays are sleep like a top, can eat anything, !ha\'e.. they would place this In a bank and each dictation where be had left off on the 200 feet on Indian River, And running
Mrs. fluke is excellent teacherd SULPHUR preceding day This is what the reporter buck ftOOft. to rood a lot adjoining
ner. an LIQUID cure gained strength and enjoy hard work. I add,one ,|ollar more, before she came to county { -
gives entire satisfaction. Prickly Heat In one application, at B, They give vigorous health aud new life Florida again, In the spring she would heard: 188ft., river flout running back

Mr. and Mrs. Bahnev, of Ankona, K. Wilson & Son's drug store. to weak, sickly, run-down people. Try I, add another dollar to each bank account When I was ready to start for Japun. 140ft ; on n bluff, 20ft. above the river

>ent Tuesday as guests of Mr. and Mrs them. Only r.Octs at B. H. Wilson & In a few years we may be surprised at ., I had made up my mlud to visit which is salt water, and three miles
Sods drug stoie.HANCOCK'S the these children have added. to the and about wide at; this place.
>hn Miller. Messrs. Bahney and Miller St, Lucie. I money Shanghai on way was
House of six has been kept
rooms
ave designs on deer, turkeys and all this small beginning, and we trust that to start when Canton merchants, native ,
me within limits of the law; so have '- LIQUID SULPHUR cures their bank books may always remind and foreign tried to dissuade me. painted bank and In good repair; lifift. from
river beautiful view
our frying pans ready. The weather the past few days Is de- all blond and skin diseases. For sale by them of the beautiful lesson they learned. They told me that It would be terribly of Indian ,River commanding; stairs a lead down tome

Rev. F. W. Weatherwax will hold dl lightfully cool. D.a:Wilson it Son, Tltusvlll, Fla. disappointing and that I would regretwasting .. _nvqr L and a dock blltitout into. the

ine service In the Congregational church Fishing continues fine at the Inlet, No danger of and consumption if you UIIOFo1eY'1 any time there. They did not water to accommodate small boats. A
Honey Tar that stub-
to cure
uxt Sunday, Oct. 12th, at 11 a. m.; also especially for bass. Indianola.Walter born know uiy nature and. that this sort of never-falling; well with pump near kltch
cough. For sale by Wilson & Son
17:30: p. m., if the mosquitoes do not ; thing merely stimulated my curiosity en door, and a never-fallio spring o(
terfere too much. Rev. Weatherwaxad We understand Mrs. Tom Robinson and burdened my determination. clear, cool, pure water-a short distance
him and son returned here Friday evening' A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock's from house. Home lot and
,
a call from Key West, offering Sweeney came down from Day I took lu the P. and 0 boat poultry yards
presage
after an extended visit In Tennessee. Liquid Sulphur will cure case AGround f fonood with netting. On house
any Inducements, but, we are pleased tona the first of the week, on a short any Erin and poultry
Captain Jameson supposed
> we have secured his services for Itch, at B. R. Wilson A Son's for poultry and Belgian hares lii'J'J: : feet
say Miss Kulalle Chase and brother Lionel visit to his home, and to get the launch of course that I should have a state
!ree months longer anyway. were at the Faber reception at For In working order. and a smaller fancy poultry house
room. Hut I was to meet with another
74 orange trees just coming Into bear-
Mrs. W. F. Wolfe gave pleasant party Pierce, October 3d, which was a great Fred O. Humphrys and his cousin, Rockledge-Cocoa. Chinese surprise. A great Chinese lug, 2 grapefruit; trees,
a the young people last week. Music, success. Mrs. J M. Field drove down mandarin going from Hongkong to souppernong grape vines-all bearlnir-
ames and dancing were part of the pro. Two very fine fish boats for Mr. A. C. ana., Cocoa Shanghai bad engaged tile whole cab- several kumquats and guava bushes, 1
ram. Then ten varieties of literary pie Sample, the popular fish dealer, were the evening service. The streets of are being cleaned shade trees and tropical tiers and shrubs
ere passed around to be guessed out. launched from the Indian River Boat up and the town Is being made more at. In. I was very anxious to see thisgreat near the house. i

Ir. Wolfe, Harry Thompson, Mrs Mil. and Launch Company's yard last week., A telegram was received on Thursday tractive. personage and soon had the op- A good county road along near riverbank
er, Mrs. Webb and Miss Una Miller got by Mrs. L. W. Blair, of Merrltr, convey portunity. It Is my practice when at
We understand that the The fact Is noticeable that there from Titusville, the county seat
through vigorous Is
log the sad Intelligence; of ,the death of a
II the After re- ecu to take exercise by walking rapid.
pie (greedy things)
eflorts/ of ex-8uperlndent Sams and her husband at New Orleans Mr. Blair general cleaning up In Cocoa and Rook eleven mile. north, to Jtorklerlne, a bean
reshmoots were served, the guests went ly up and down the deck thus cover- tlful winter resort nine miles outb with
Mr. Jones a school has been re-estalishe and when, ledge. 'Everything should be cleaned up ,
was a traveling man, home la
orae, satisfied, that Mrs. W. F. Wolfeas tug many miles a day I wus taking Coca nice little business town and
here, Which opened on October Oth, with June on a short vacation, seemed to' be before the season opens. a ,
an Ideal bOBtess.BRONCIII'fIS Miss teacher. my dully exercise the day when the City Point between. ICailroad station
King as In the best of health. The news of his T
Tuesday morning dawned cool and the
death mnndurlii boarded the ship and every mile west I'ontofllce and sohonl near.
shock
came us a great to the
FOR 20 YEARS many decided lowering of temperature) Is very time 1 lusHed 1 the cabin I noticed that Fir' acres of very line fruit land near
NEVER ASK ADVICE when friends be has made on the Island In the
you much appreciated the ,It has
by
Irs. Minerva Smith of Danville III. people. station from which little for
a given
( wan (
little while be has been be followed uiv with hid Aud
hate a cough or cold, don't ask what Is among us. Our been hot thus far In October eyes. sow
r rites "I had bronchitis for twenty section houses beautiful
: containing
good for It and get some medicine with most sincere sympathy Is extended to f' kept up for some time. 1 walkingas ) : n
'ears and never got relief until 1 usedoley's little or no merrlt and perhaps dangerous. the wife and son In their I sorrow and los*. Steve Jones has a very sick horse sore unconcernedly as I could and the young peach orchid of 100 tr, es, mostly

Honey and Tar which Is a sure Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar Burial was made at Cincinnati, Mr. throat, stir joints and coagulation of great mandarin wutcbltig my movements In bearing, bore a fine crop Mils year;
ure. Contains no opiates. For sale blood of the Incidents fruit good size:: and exceedingly rich
Blair's old home. are some con.
the throat and remedy ll ,
y B. R. Wilson &; Son. greatest coughs and colds lung quickly. For, netted with It. Mr. Hlbbs bas been I H* curiously .. If I ,were some flavor. A little' house neat, station always .
cures
strung anlinut rents for $1 or $1.G0per month.
It.Mellllri. .
sale B. K. & Son. treating
by Wilson. : Goes Like Hot Cakes.
After awhile be called the first officer Experts pronounce this soil particularly

Goslingsville.October "The fastest selling article I have In Frank It. and Charles Hatch .and asked what I was doing. adapted to grape culture. Price by au-\\

Artesia.We my store," writes,druggist C. T. Smith and Garrett Van Houte wanton a huntIng "Walking op and down the deck." be dressing. "UOX 10,"
the side of
St. Johns
of Davis, Ky., "Is Dr. ,.King's New, Disco river trip and on returned west after was told. "Hut why dues be do It? Isb Ilardeevlllo, Fla. I i
came la very'warm this year; on Wednesday
'8) in the shade. vtfry for Consumption, Coughs and a pleasant trip. paid for It?" The officer told him !It
are having our share of mosquitoesat Colds, because it always cures. In my was for exercise. -What I. that?" A Rare Chance.
We have had no equlnoxlal storms present. six years of sales It has never failed. I Last Saturday the announcements of anked the Chinese 'great man. This ,
his fall. !?' have known I It to save sufferers from the wedding Mr. H. K. Shares and
What does that mean I 1110.100111'1'11 CKO feet frontage ,
S. R. Tuten arrived home from Brant- was explained to him but lie could not on
throat and lung disease who could Miss Of Cincinnati reached here
get Porter '
Mr. Silcox and family; down from Wednesday.' understood. wanted Indian and Banana river. coo to 700
came ley no help from doctors or any other rem and all congratulations and well wishes why any one to cltrns trees about half

oar Palatka, to live .here, where they Preparing land and planting beans is edy." Mothers rely on It, best physicians are extended these worthy young people. walk up and down and do no mucb unnecessary I bearing, oranges, tangerines cominginto, ;

lave built a new house. at present the order of the day !In this' prescribe it, and B. R. Wilson &_Honguarantee Kev. Pillsbury of Green Cove Springs, work. The Chinese are not kumquats,, 0 bearing mangoes grapefruit ;

Finn are not so plentiful now, owing, neighborhood.Our satisfaction or refund price. Flat, sends a notice that he will come to averse to work. Indeed tberare about 3 bearing' r nvcx-adoes, 14,00rt bearing !
.'> the fresh in from the Trial bottles free. Keg. sizes fiOo. and $1 : the moat industrious the face
water coming school opened last Monday with Kocklodge on Saturday and preach Sunday people on pines 3tH< to4albearing gusvasbesides i 1
ack country, after recent rains. of the earth but they do not do unnecessary bananapersimmons
thirteen pupils. Miss Rose Penny,of 1 morning at 11 o'clock. There will grape a nursery
Mrs. T. J. DeSteuben and the Misses Nathan, Is the teacher. 'ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If be a preliminary service, at 10:30, before work baring! I Infer', to do of about IjOOU sour orange trees ready

-. Martin and Emma DeSteubea called you are, get: one of Walton's Patent the regular church service. Everyone I III about as much necessary work as Is to bud, a few peach trees,3 acres vegetable -

n the dentist, Dr. L. T. Daniel, at J en. W. E. Chandlerliof Canaveral, Is planting Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat- cordially Invited to come to these good, for them. And thin! great dignitary hued, 4-Inch artesian well, large t

en, )last; Saturday.:! conies down everyweek builders and owners of boats. Calks services. pointed to me with scorn and wharf drive well, soft water, !:8-rooin
to look after them. boats more rapidly than any other dwelling! ,tore building, arklnghous
said "No. 1 toola. I hardly need ex I
vMr. MIddleton went down to Palm the calking tool In the world. Price ..00 tool warehouse, 2-ton !left box,"'
I'rof. E. E. Macy. supeivlslng hOUBt'1
DANGER IN FALL COLDS. Colds plain that No. 1 throughout the east
each, the first of the week business. 2
[ on teacher of the country schools, visited and $$.OO each, at ADVOCATK office, poultry yard Fruit this
('o are liable to bang on all winter leaving
the
ncans superlative degree. &IOO
seems to be doing a good business school Wednesday last. Titusvllle, Fla. year will bring to 9100. .Rent
'ere with his saw mill. our on the seeds of pneumonia bronchitis or This mandarin was the great LI Hung from vegetable land will keep up grove., -

Miss Addle King expects to leave Saturday oonsumptlon. Foley's Honey and Tar Hbanjf, wbo bad been summoned by I*. A. MCMILLAN
Miss Martin, who has had quite a saeawful for hbilob, where she will have Dade County Land For Sale. cares quickly: "and, prevents serious reults. ils to save the country from Eau: Oallie, VIa.
emperor
term of seven months at this of the, public school this winter. ,. it !I. old and reliable, tried and 9
lace, will close this school on the 22nd, charge safe and the terrible Talplng rebellion. He was
For sale cheap, the northeast quarterof tested, sure, contains no opiates
id open the Viking school on the 27tb. southeast, quarter of section 3 town- and will not constipate. For sale by ( o bis way from Canton to Shanghai For Srtle.
America's Famous Beauties lIe had called In the splendid service -
B. R. Wilson & !Son.:
38 south of 41 east close to
hip rang
; An Ideal home on Indian River, about
Out of Death's Jaws. Look with horror on skin eruptions, O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on of three great foreigner*-tb* French seven acres of land; good house, painted;

"When death seemed very near from a blotches sores, pimples. They don't St Ladle River; 40 acres. Are You Going North'If'vou / man. Donrvln r the American Ward and In Rood : fruit trees, shade
'ere stomach and liver trouble, that I have them, nor will any one, who uses Also, the northeast quarter of northeast aDd the englishman "Chinese" Gor trees, tropical shrubs and flowers., A .
W Halve. It glorifies the of section 18 don. But It was largely and chiefly .
suffered with for years," writes P. Bucklen's Arnica quarter township-83, never falling spring of pure water Price
tune, Durham N. C., Dr. King's New face. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before south of range 41 east; on south fork of are, you can boy a first-class, dIM to the stubbornness and genius of moderate, good reasons for selling. For

.ite 1111s laved life and gave perfecta It. It cures sore lips, chapped hand., St. Lncle River; 40 acres. Apply to round-trip ticket over the Clyde or Mal La\ that the empire was saved to the further particulars, address,

b." Best pills my on earth and only chilblains. Infallible for piles. 25cU at Cu.... II. WALTOJT, Tory lines, cheap, by writing, or callingat Mantcboos at a cost It Is estimated, of I.. W. 0.,

14:_ Wilson & Son's drug store. B. R. Wilson & Son's drug store. Tltusrllle, Fla. tl<. ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle. jullUoas of lire.. Care ADVOCATE Tltusvllle,;..Fla..T .



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Free andAcce..ted "It was such a stupendous pile of rtTH8 EAST COAST OF FLORIDA 1

gold that I was awed and not in the u PARAOISS.KIGAINBO." .
t. I'. Masons. least excited. As I stood there I saw ''j{

I a blue and green dame at one sIde ot ... ...;
the cave anti then I noticed a manor ,

;, Indian No. 00 what I at first supposed to be a man- p FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY.LOCAL .J
I standing; there. 1 took a good look at

River TltnsvHleFlorida. this being and at that time I believed .,,.
I ,,,
i t I that" 1 was looking at the evil one. jjrvsZik v11r TIME/ CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 1902
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L i t Lodge/ The) monstrous being-spirit or
J Hold it*meetings the looondaml fourth Frl whatever It was-stood near one cornerof f C .u8QUIAI-ItUD DOWN. HORTHBOUMD-RCAI Up.N .
r &*f ot eaob month, a* the late Armory Titus- the cave. He was larger than an or* kSp fr

,'.I : : YtneL J. ".r.1. Walker:o'olouk Wnralilpful p. ra. Muter. dInary man. The body appeared to be i >*. III .Nw n .... 38 MAIN LIlli!!, N. 78Daily He. IfI t-A:
/. L. Carruthere Senior Warden. PattI' hU" Letlr
T. H. dander. Junior Warden. covered with hair. I could see hornson mans h.allt
I. J. M.:Dtxon, Trianurer.P. the head and hoofs where the fee rrh -
A. !Morgan Secretary. ........ JO 1ft A Lv..t.Jwk.onvlll.; .Ar l' (9 a
" should be. Perhaps early education JaokenTiHe7"I".r, It
my JLr"IIII"0oath!
L a
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K. Brown / "
,j J. B. Boreven,Chaplain.Senior Deaooij.K. had something; to do with furnishing :::::::: '! .. .... .....*i.*.......BV. Anauetine............... : loop p !T (l Ca"* ::::::-
K. Deacon.B. a ....... p .*..*+.*..*....*. B..tl.... .. .... ........ pT 06 ."w,
y it 0..Vanlandrtiaha.n,. Snnior Steward. all these features. I am not certain I fl. .. ......*...*..*>*Jt.. paJ..tll.. .::. : ...... .. J JIII a co a ..
I ; I 11'. M. Taylor Junior" Steward. about that. I am' certain that I saw :*r 3s r :::::::: : i .<........,........Jt..alln N .....:::.,...... :: t 8 17 a a :::......
/'. W Robert P ................ ,. ................ t os ..
''H s Tyler. something there and that I saw the :::::::: fi p 11 P .................. D..po"..........-..... :: 17 p 6 n6 ::::
j i I ,____ ._- gold. .:.. ... P 40 p .... .. ..*....)...Off B.. ............... ... i at p 611 a "y;:
: 1 Up .. Daytona. ............... 3 11 II 5 81 ..I
',r Miner's "When the evil one-or whatever tt :::::::7.: iSg Olp .I"I""I! .."p'or; Orange.| .............;.. :: t iai a ::.w.l:::
.( Saw the was-made a motion to me to come to ) M .IOSp 1tOp ...............N.wam m................ IOsP 66f :(
i'' Awful 3* ........ t p ..................Oak HI 11.................. 8 *14... ... II 1
r him I went at once. I had no fear at .00 ....... I l' "...............TJtu.'lle................. ". ft p ........ ,
,; Sight In that time. The terror! of the place seized ........ ....... 1119., .. ................. CoeC). ................. ... .....,.. ....
Devil In a -..... ........ 0\ p .................Eoeki.dtf._............... 30 P ........ .....
r1. Gold upon me later and I bane'never been ........ ...-.. sop ................ Ban Gallto......*........ 11 P....... .., '
able since to shakeIt off entirely.; 1 I ........ ........ "p ..... .......... M.lbo..rn. ................ 1 t I al5 ..... ... .
tI a ]FilledC&.vern ........ ..... 11., .. .... : ....... .. 8oba.tl..................... .. 11 ea a .."..
: stood face to face with this form and ........ ... ,. I Sp ....:.:.......:.. tit. Luot.e ................. 11 b. '..''..''..''..' .....
A C ,.ve ........ ....:_ 10 11 .................TI. Plena.,.............:. 11 ChI.. ........ .....
looked as I believed then on the features Tri-TTcekly Sailings ....... I' p ............... City;.. _. .. i 10 ....... .....
of Old Nick. ....::.: :.... :......... ..Tibbella.. .. .. ..:?..... II 10 ....... .... .
'; William J. Howard a miner who la \\0....... .....:. 4p ............:...... Eden.. ................ 10 ? ....,.. ......
J "The face -was covered with black ................ .:.............._ "
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ....... ....... 10.p ".o..n. I* ........ .....
"i j at present residing at St. .Tosl"pb.0.: ., hair coming to a, point at the chin likea ........ ....... 00 p .................... Stuart................... o- ........ ....."
.' t 'recently told a remarkable story of an ........ ....... 10 P ................robe: honed! ............ s ..... ... ......f/
t beard. The eyes were very much like .. ............... We.tJuplt.i...,....._... Saa..
'experience Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ..... : : .............:
1' be had In the Island of,iMar- those of a human but the.short horns ........ ....... i.3 : ._.........W.et Palm Batch............. I .. ,..... .....!
It; 1 Unique, where ho lived 'fire )'('Rrll. ........ ........ c. p ..................Boynton. ... _........ 8 ........ ......
( Howard growing from the top of the forehead The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Scribe ........ ........ at p .._..........F$. Laudvrdale......_,_ 7 ..... ... '.....
,1' rP' says that be was guided to a dispelled the Idea at once that it wasa ........ ........ 11 p .._............Lemon: City..........,.., e ...... .". .....4
I 1 cave In Mont Pelee by a native of the human face. The limbs were long ........ ..... 1OJO: ,. Ar.... ... ... ........Ji.t..L. ..... .. ......

,,1 Island three years ago and that bo saw and the nails were like claws. It was a The Clyde New ,England:: and Southern Lines.. BUFFET: PAKLOK CABS ON TRAINS a* AND 73.
I.., tons and tons. of gold In the CIl ve. Howard glistening body that I looked upon. ]I Direct feeivlce Between -

., "+ y ; farther says that he saw the c\ll was pushed Into a corner of the cave Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. lU\ANOH LINKS BCHKDTJLB3.Na.T : .
one tn the care. If there Is ft, devil any- and the being beside me manipulated ,
r No. TO No. 83 N..45 Me.471W PALA.TKALv He.4Dally. Me. 48 M.B No. 84
whero In the ESE'
universe of
;t I r worlds." : something at his side that turned on astream (Calling lit Charleston S. C., both ways) X>aUy.TITS. Dally. Deity. Daily.il DrUp. B1tANO8. Daily Dally.TiTT. DallyF5T. any
; r "I am ot superstitious, said Howard
,
,, ; of light or flame, which shot SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: 4 36 45 a e i-alatk* i.r T H a
.1 I p ., and bare no belief" In any kind of across the cnte. Southbound........ ...:.. .......... .. ... ...,. .. .. .... .from Lewis Wharf, Koaton T Sap 165p p 4 59 p f 13 06 p 64* a ArE.P.latkaLv 400 i 55& a tip I 50Jp I s t
: '' religion. Neither did I believe that Northbound........ ......... ........... .. ... ..... ....from toot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville
"This stream appeared to have no N416
( Nv 87Dally. MfeUDaily.
t No.48Dal.y
: there --
\ r was a Satan but I saw some BAM MATT BHAJMOH.
'. '' substance but it was 10,000 times as Dab,
I ;.1' thing In tbat'cavern that would shake [
,I hot as any lire on earth It seemed to Clyde St. Johns River Line. p B lea tv .. .. ass set s..... ...... ..Ar 6 6 a
/fil'i l'; ''t any man's Ideas about such things. It me. It was more like a searchlight p s ao a JLJ San Mat o. .LvHe. 6 ss a 1 0
I'' Is almost beyond belief but It (Denary Line.)
I I. Is .a and about the size of a stream from a 21Bund'y NotB Me. ItDally No.
Ho. 17
i't fart BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. MAYPOBT88AN08. l|
,.ai i : "Ii, first went to St. Pierre about seven street hjdrant. lIe turned It upon the Stopping at Palutka, Astor, St.;Francis, Berenfonl (DeLand), Blue Spring.and intermediate Uncling Only. Only.D Ei Snn Dally. Oni JULN,
I .: '" heap of gold and the bowlders of *on tbe8t.Jobu'Klrer. 00 I> 10 06 a pp S MaS42 r..,....,.... .c >nvlUe ....r..,, r rjs-- 30 f
'i! ; '" years ago said Howard. ('I did not yellow metal were melted like tallowin STEAMER "LOUISE. Capt. C. II. BROCK. 01 p 10 14 a 0$ p a .._.So Jacke.nvtli..L. T IT aTWa 7 n p 1 I
: : :. fgo there In search of gold but was 40 p 1048 a to P u 14 a l ,... .. ,Pal.lo B.rch. .,,.,.,..., I 1160.
..j" .. a hot fire. I saw the yellow metal IS APPOINTED: TO BAIL A3 FOLLOWS: 1 p 10 BO a 44 P p 19 a .... ......Atlantle Beaeh......, H T *o a 11 M > 4 '
II".J 11III ., run on the bottom of the cave. I could Leave Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville. ..... ... .. .. .. ...TU8 llay.and Saturdays at 8.00 p. m. A o p 11 Oft a 00 p. an a Ar. ...'?........ Mavpori _____________'LT a 48 a 1100 i a1
not breathe the stifling air and fell Leave Sanford' ... .. .... .... .... .. .. .... ... .. .. .... ....Mond >. and ThuF ly Dally
down unconscious. Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville. Hi. IIAlifroBD BKANOHL.et E Kx. 08ANOID 6TY BRANCH. ,
"When I regained consciousness Sun Sue Sun
A.C.HAQBUTY East 1'1wI.. Agt. F. M. IRON; !MOVOtR J K. AJWt.Gen.Pas) A gt. ? a LT..........TItu.vllla.......?_,Ar a y TT5 p Lv..Mew Smyrna.........Aril
there wns the same dim light In the 111 State St., New York I avt West May. St.,JaekeonvtlleTie.THOS T lea Lv..._,...,...N.Im ............Lv 91 p $ tip Lv....M...Lake H.lea..Lr jl i
cave I, hud seen when I first entered .,D. HALEY Local FreightAgent; I f C. F.LOVJCLL. AMt." I la. p I US a Lr.tr.rr r.tl Oete n............!. 11 61ll ft p Lv..Oran, re City.......,LvMll
foot !Hogan si.JaokiionvlUo. Fla. | Foot Hogan! rtt., Tack.onvUle.Fla. sStLv.. ...... Jnte-prtw, ,.. ... .Lv l tUpAr..OrengeCltyJunet..... Lv 1
The heap of gold was still there and JOHN. L. HUWAKI Superintendent, Foot Hogan St,Jacksonville. Ha. pace Ar. ,... .....Simfnrd. ..... .....Lv ll'IOtTbea ,
the: melted! : gold was on the floor of therave. THEO.!: O. KOKll. General Ma.mner. WM. H CL.TKK 40 <:u Meneral Agent
New'lfork.., *Time Table show the time at whlo" train* may be expeota-t l to arrive and tow
,
Cheeebrougb HallUn ID Mate St. Oppoeite Battery Park .ml.f .
After groping around several torn lb..v. al itailon but their arrival or departure a* the Ujne stated 1* not wra.a,4nor
.4i hours I found the opening and left the O. \VALiTOX.. Agent, Tltuxvllle, Fla. from.doe the Company hold Itself responelble foray delay or any oonee uene* ariiinPeninsufar as,

s place more dead than alive When I

y left the cave, I pushed the rock back ,and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.
In Its place and finally reached St. SE.A..B ciwAIR
BETWEEN: MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Pierre
again.\ Jocks never appeared

t hero again to my knowledge, although LINE RAILWAY.FOR SOUTHBOUND.r. UOILTJDIOC'ND.'

;Cv, -he may have been somewhere on the .Miami. ),{cmll. \\'e<1. ...,.........._ lOOp Lv. H.. ..n..Tb.re..J..1
r't} 4s sland. I never learned how he got his ..'. Key Weat.Ta.... Thura................ .0 p I Ar. Key We.'.Tb.ra. ..................... II)
t'r Weet Thar ..................... ...
Information I -- r. Key 110 p Lv. It." W.itTe Tavr.............. Ml I
a about what was in the'I are Havana. Frla. .... ............ .. ...... 1\\ ... a A>. M.aml. We*.. J'rj..,..... ..........?. IDi 1
cave and If he knew there was gold SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA,. CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICUMOND, For.. Loe Time Card address a 1..A.c-"
Ad III It he never intimated f it; to me. Although -
( .r r e I hud W fear while, I was In WAS IIINOTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA: NEW YORK, I. D.. RAHTTEH, .&.8st. Oan. P&aa. Agent. 83V AtrOtnn'IlOII FI LR.ii

the cave. a sort of terror seized me i irOR
after I was wife outside nnd suffered .. Two Klegaat Trains Daily .

tram It.so much that I was thrown Into
Florida and Metropolitan Limited
: p4 s a rover from which I lay ill several ,
month I inner went back to the Seaboard Fast Mail. '

( COM iiKnln!; slid had no desire "to: getpossesslou o lunond Washington Baltimore
his .4, at any of the gold tlwe." MODERN PULLMAN EQU1(>;\IENT. Philadelphia Boston Atlanta

ONLY LINE Operating.Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to A.sh.vUle Chattanooga Louisv.iUe
1 TO CURL A COLD IN ONE DAY Cincinnati
I + ,t New Orleans St. Louis Kansas City:
4!' a Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All Detroit Clcrrel&ndChicago PUtsbur
vi druggists/ refund the If I it fails '
money '
reservations
t
,
i iWR"i i to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on For full Information and sleeper call on any Agent etcu

r + each box. 2:>Cts. I Seaboard, or write

l i A. O, MAoDONELL; Asst. Gen. l'aR8. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida.
rs ('JSOUTUfRN
Far .
From It. ----, ---------. ----
5lrl: With the! : Plump Neck-Fan BllIwlnlc .

: hits begun to show her age !:r7PECiPiL4: :: i..Qw .A.."rE.i.TO .
bltRU't slw't' RAILWAY
S ( ;& LI I
Ctrl With the Dimple--! should say

I 1 f V C A BTBJUU OV! LIGHT SOOT ACKOH8THE OA VB. nell! She''s begun to try to bide It-Cblngo CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, UTAH OREGON, WASHINGTON, MONTANA .,

+ wandering about to gee the world. I Tribune.Rncap. and the NORTHWEST,
;
ROUTE OF THE CELEBRATED TRAINS:
liked the place and decided to remain VIA, WAS'l'ERN ATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE1 CHATTANOOGA .

awhile.r ..d by III. Tall. and ST. LOUIS RY. The SoutHern's Palm Limited
r "After" I bad boon there a year or Thla Is quite as close a cull as Daniel '

(' I two I nlet a man known by the name Hewitt's dog had in chasing Ike '. Dixie'Flyer Route .. The WasHington RicHmond and
1 r of Jocks. who claimed to bo 'a native Jtrown's cat in Portland. Ind. Ponto Florida Limited

a q of Martinique. One night be told me was In full 'tilt after the gray tabby, During September and October, IOU:..!.
about a cave on the far aldo of Mont which with brintllug tall "shot, across The New YorK and Florida ExpressTO
Pelee and said the devil lived there. I .. the railroad tracks. A limited train For descriptive matter, rates, schedule, etc., write to, or call .on

f4' A paid little attention to the story but be which-- hud got a through signal was E. J. WA.LKER. Florida Passenger Agent, THE EAST.
1 kept on telling It, and 1 began to believe coming at forty-five miles an hour
g o ( the story of the cave but of down the track. The cat cleared, but ,21J: West Day Street, Jacksonville, Fla. The Chicago and Florida Special ,

M course took no stock In the devil pnVt Ponto's tall was cut off, leaving him C. E. HARMAN, Oen. Pass. Agt.: II. F. SMITH! Traffic! Manager. The Flbrida Limited. I,

of It. Finally I determined to see the only about 4% Inches of wagging Atlanta, Ga. Nahvllle, Tenti.Atlantic .
a' G care and Induced the native to guide TO THE NORTH AND WEST.
: 4 : tno tD the place. ---- -

= "We arrived on the side of the mountain ength.SCOTT'S

i about 3 o'clock In ho afternoon. Coast Line Fnllmaa Sleeping Car Line Jacksonville to Cincinnati via

r and alter a long search Jocks showed R'y. Asheville, through "The Land of the Sky."

h me a place in a little rn\lno whore ThMaagh trains via The Southern Railway are i operated la

be Bald the entrance to the care could connection with the Plant System and Florida East Coast Railway,

W be found. lie held aloof, and I searched EMULSION The GreatThrough Oar Line from Florida.-Connections: : Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Dining Cars on all through
; 1 the ravine but there was opening.. trains. e
1 r 1 finally persuaded Jocks to show the To* the East Via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line runs over its own rails to
) k entrance to me. lie was 'ohUeringwith I Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington' ; thence via Ask tar Tickets via Southern Railway.,; .Correspondence Ssllolled.
*
;Y fright, but went clouo VuouKh to Scott's Emulsion is the : Pennsylvania Railway.
s f show me a rock which he said covered i The LAN, via Montgomery.
3 !f } tho entrance and then fled. means of life'and of the en. To the West The M. & O. Railway via Montgomery. H. .. CAREY Fla. P... Agt 108 V. Bar St..JackaoavtH, FU.

h t "I tiled to move tho rock by pulling joyment of life of thousands of ''To' the East\ via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, B. K. MARDVICK, V. H. TAYLOE-
,
S It or pushing It, but it appeared to l>e men, women and children.To > : piiiiadelphla and Boston via Savannah. and Merchants.. Miner
Genes '
08 solid na any other rock In the side Transportation Company for n ltl more. P&acner Agent Aa Ga1 Paso Ajent

of Ce mountain \VhlIo working at It the men Scott's Emulsion To Key West and Havana, via Port Tampa and Peninsular & Occidental Steamships Vaablnctoo, D.'C. AOaata, Ga3a .

I gave; It a sidewise twist\ and It moved gives the flesh and .esaty 15. 190. J

out et Its fixed; place: showing nn opening strength so necessary: for 'the SUJWlErt.: TOURISTS TXOX3.ETS
) 1 rnrjro enough\ ,: for a rnnn to enter. N'oitllern Western and Southern
cure of consumption and the 'will be on aide throughout; the Eastern States to
(' ,ft I crawled Into the opening, expecting all SUMMER UESOKTS via the Atlantic Coast Line, during the Benson of 1002,
p 9"'P'r ''C e I to and nothing more than a small cayrn. repairing of body losses from limited to return until Nov. 31st, with liberal stop-over prtvl edges./ THE WALTON MACHINE
t RAPID
r 't any wasting disease. Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally snp- CALKING. ,
"t kept on going, passing through/ For Scott's Emulsion piled\ with Information and, handsome advertising matter.
I CUV i ( n. after cavern until 1 came toOlle women For information an to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to Patented llo the United States, heat Britain and Canada
*. Nut was about; I W>o feet square Iii does this and more. It is J. A. TAYLOR
FRANK c. JIOYLSTON', ,
!Il\l no light bat 1 could see everything .PRICE, 4.00 and $,.00 .a. .1,0:, r.
a most sustaining food and Commercial Apeut., Tray, I'jisa. Agent. EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder

: tljn cave It was> n beautiful place, tonic for the special trials that JACKSONVILLE, FLA. In Use by of the SfW",
r i 1 I stood looMitK at It a long time T. M. EMERSON: H. M.( EMERSON. W. J. CRAIG, some Principal Boat Builders in the United
.' i 'ors I jiotloed the benp of who I lit women have to bear. TralUc Manager. As t. Traffic Mgr. Oeu'L PASS. ARent. For Sale by
)inst tmppowid! to 1))(' rots In the eon- To Emulsion ,
children Jas.
,. Scott's WII.M'VOTON, W. C. Pritchard & Son '

r 4 "I examined tbls heap nnd found gives food and strengthfor ____ .. .. __ ..'__ .h .. .__ .__.__ __ _. ___ ... ,_ ,__ _. Fl'>'J)RIlJ''l'ITUSVILLE.

r f/ t'l i it tt was gold-gclcl in luuipa na )ergo growth of flesh\ and hone WHITE'S CREAM SEE THE'TJai' IMOVIAIA FROM PROMINENT BOAT BPlLPt.',
F aa n\Uler and t 1M' smaller! lumps the ,
and : For t
blood.
pale girls
,
'I 1:0: of n pelt uien ure. There was WORMS VERMIFUGE !!
+t 4, ti i upon ton of it. more gold than has for thin and sickly boys Scott'sEmulsion AtuU In Quantity* Brut In Quality. THE ADVOCATE -JO'B- PRINTUiG'OFFICE

b, i-ii seen In all the world before. I is a great help. VERY ""
r t.-ied to lift of the smaller Years KasTedaliitoedics\; ; ;I '
one nug- Send for free sample. For f.\f AU kinds of Commercial. Stationery printed at the above office
t ',' .<. but It was too heavy. I scraped SCOTT & BOWNB Chemists ElOZ.x7 OSTT: ./*.', >:yxyc xw.i O.jI"'errf'tt LETTERHEADS, 3TOTEHEADS SHIi '' 'ii(
.it v 1th my knife to be sure that It was J 4O8-4I5 Pearl Street. New York. by---.L ,. .' "U. t % P. B A LLA7D, St. Loute. ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS
11 .i udtly golf BOo. and SI.OOi all druggists.ti. ...... www..n..L.V W W W'%. .....- -- TAGS, CARDS, etc., etc., printed, cheaply and expedltlonsly






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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 10 '1902. 7 I
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.< TITUSVJLLE.ONTHEiyblANRIVER.. ROADS ..(II', nut '\v1\b.ut vii, "11M.tlltl1\ ).\ i

BUILDING OIL. ) lIllt'd. Such et: jim pies might:: lie mil!. The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block. "

NT :LAN':. :: ; RIVER: : : : 30TFrLa:;: ,l, yled. _
So to show that
''THE' USE OF PETttOLSUM'ON HIGH : our experience goes
an oiled WAYS IN CALIFORNIA. ot travel, but resists the disintegrating PATENTED I""TIIE UNITED STATE..II CIVILIZED COUNTRIES

T1TUSVILLE, ,effect of storm water." f j
How It I. Applied and What leas
FLORIDA. Been Aeeon.plt.hld-Tb. Coat of tlie This SELF-LOCKING TACKLE BLOCK wblchlhas-ju't i t ya i
Building; TUem Ireneirrit mid Stops! Cough patented !In all the civilized countries throughout 'the ?world, will :
works off the Cold.
Aicalnct Stormy WVather. Laxative hoist and lower like any block and tackle and WILL STOP AND I
I Broma Quintne Tablets cure a
', J. G. BAST, Proprietor. In,, an article, on oiled roads. in California : cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay tti LOOK: AU'1'OMA1'IO.I.IY1'It'never needed. Soft( Rope Wire ;
published In The Cltrogrnpli the Price UScts.; Hop or Chain cen'be \used Nothing to get,out of order, any person ,
writer, Theodore F. White says: can use It. ('N\<) CLEAT NKKDED.: The sum device i iin.ul. In.

t t DUCK ,SHOOTING: "OH tins hem used ft number' of years. '.:'f CANADIAN POULTRY. Cheek and Deck Dioeks.Vill hoist lower nmljoek at will T.I.

,,, .v and FI81UNG for laying dust but we are using it as I How the Farmers of Ontario Fattvi below or at any height upside dowiror at Any angle, an oun<. or :2!*
one of the principal elements In uulldIntf'permanent '''j" ,: Chicken For the Market. I ton"' according to the size and shape Of the tackle block. Onh one
Rates: $2 BO' per clay, roads. We commenced ,N Ju F. Hunter in Reliable Poultry rope, chain or wire.rope 1 Is used! at a time 'I'hesain* pulley .d'It t ,. for

$10 and $12 week. using oil on roads in Ban Bernardino Journal writes of the methods employ each. There: Is no rntchvt teeth to cut the rope, or trigger! :",itractti-
per county in the spring of'1S90 and mnde ed by farmers of Ontario Canada In ment to thls device.

a contract with a company to oil twen-, fattening\! poultry 'for market. lie refers The Seif-Lpeking, Tackle Block, is necessary",. for YachN .1. ",1 J V"S-"
JACKSONVILLE. tj'-llitf to thirty miles: of roads in the to the report of the Canadian department -. selsof all kinds, Bridge and House Building, Aerial Trolie'w. Railroads -

vicinity of San Bernardino, Uedlands. of agriculture. The illustration Quarries!' Lumbermen, Warehouses, Masons, Foundries Marine *..rvlc'e,
here reproduced Is of of
a pair
Highland, It In Ho and Colton, the con- birds of light Brahina and PlymouthRock Mines, Machine\ Shops, Steamboats' Stage !Scenery: l"alntt'rR. Circuses, Bi,...werle -

tractor to put on three applications of cross which weighed eight Wells, Stables Harness Rooms, Butchers Tanneries (Slaughter Houses,
)UYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. oil during the season and keep the pounds and six ounces each when Factories of all kind*; for use in hoisting ashes, and for farms and planti't ions! .
roads free from dust from the 1st of killed) at seven months old. Mr Hunter Fire Escapes?; Fire Departments, Riggers Can also be used In the Protectionof
l I May till the 1st of December.<<: TheI'BTIWLBUM says: Fruit Trees and gathering of Fruit and Vegetables' stretching wires!! and

Opposite postoffice. Several farmers have sent In their ropes of all kind, f lloistlnir Flags Dumb Walters, Elevators!' Rail Boat, of nil
Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- methods of fattening chickens,v which kinds, Awnings, 'l't'ntll. Blinds Bicycles, "Kleutrlo: Light I purposes, Sash: : Lights,

novated.. Newly, furnished throughout." Liberally.conducted .:. are Domlnlonvtlle ItS follows: Ont.Mr.,A.states McPhadden that his of In Meat Markets\ and Stores of all klml.., Hunting Camps, and PrlvatefJIouses:
from the kitchen! to the bed room. In fact it can be used with great utility
Rates $2.50 per day and crates are rondo of common building
up. ti
\ B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. compartments, with the bottom lathsJLIQBT or-fastening of the rope or chain to cleat or anything else, la netded..AllIkh .
/ >dsandaH| ; sizes can be used either ashore or aboard ship, 'antl will
not cost much ntor;:than the ordinary pulley blocks. WALTON'S PATE 'rSELFLOCKING

I WESTMORELAND HOTEL West B y and Cedar Street.. TACKLE BLOCK Is similar in shape, weight and size to the

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ordinary pulleyliblorka in every day use, and Is made in different shapes an!

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and I sizes to sultjall: purposes. There is absolutely nothIng'pet out of order. It
open- has no spring, wedge:( teeth or trigger rope; and soft rope, chain and wire
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water t h rope can be used in the game block.

Baths Elevator etc. Five minutes from, any wharf or depot. All ly '4nIt A sample of thejpulley block may be seen' at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE
olllce, Titusvllle/Fla.",
street cars pass the door. Rates, 2.00 to $2.60 per day. : : ROAD 8PIU LEL J. O. WALTON,

Mrs.A. J.WALKER, proprietor. contract price was $204 per mile. It Inventor of the above; also Patent Calking Tool for Boats. Eta.
will be perceived from this that the
omces : New York Boston and Tltnsvllle FU.Oillolul .
I idea was to keep the dust, down, to use ,
\ oil Instead of and the contractor ...--- -- .-. .. .. ..... ... __. .n n. __.
Corner ?orain water
ffiW
VICTORIA
HOTEL JACKSONVILLEaFLA. used oil to accomplish .
t' Just enough ---- -- -- ----------
this. The results were for the most Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.

t Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and $2.50 part satisfactory. .
per "But In 1000, with the knowledge wo .. .. 'The] Chicago Net and Twine Co.Manufacturers I '
y day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to *1.00 each person. had gained we concluded to undertakethe ,... ."'': ,- .

( R. BIXLER Proprietor oiling of roads ourselves. We adTJU '. ..1"", ,,, .. 1.,0& ..... ..Ji...,...... of- .
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I, >CPd-! ?.stet alliJ! while keeping the ,, H
dust down attempted to build up a surface -
i SKAI3KE12ZC.Che. that would take the wear of ti'av- i 14 b
el; in other words to USe oil as an important
element in making a perms,
.. Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEADREEZE, nent roadbed. We did not skimp the \
, quantity but poured on a generous = '
UNDER THE SOLE amount:, from 100 to 150 barrels to the .
MANAGEMENT OF Col. O. C. POST.
mile eighteen feet wide and we obtained poll I "d'
These two commodious houses at Soabreeze, the most popular summer resort a good wearing'surface, and the =
In Florida will be under the management of Col C. C.Post during the roads so treated are In. excellent con- tFISHING NETS and Netting of Every Dot crlptl .n; (i
summer season of 1002.{) Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York dition. :Dealers In Seine Twine Maltro Cord Rope Etc: .
will play dally, afternoon and evening. "A road intended for oiling to which Originators Wholesale/ Prices direct to the Fisherman. .
Guests can feel assured of oil baa 'never before been applied 70-81-8.:} E. Indiana 8t.: Chicago Ill
a and
satisfactory
table every attention to their should' be carefully prepared some ..Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter..,
comfort. Rates $2 to $2.50 per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special months before. It should be graded '
rates for families. for the season. Address, C. C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla. and crowned and rolled hard while We' are Members of the Illinois rishermen's Association.

there is sufficient moisture In the material II .. _.. .. ,.
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of the roadbed to make It pack l'
well. If done when It Is dry a copious!! '
the Sea Side Inn SEABREEZE, drenching with. water will be newHBii- BRAHMA O1IOB8.planed. AND .PLYMOUTH BOCK IF YOU WANT A.. .. ,

(DAYTONA) FLA. ry. The oil Is applle'd hot, from 200 -- --- -- -
He four chicks la each
degrees F. up. This is Important for put
Opposite Keating's New Casino and Pier. .Th s handsome new modern the reason that the oil Is thick and compartment. The rations for the first Lot
hotel situated on the finest Surf Battling Beach in Florida is i l now open for moves Bluggiohly when cold whereas week were composed of three partsof ...Building ,
the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining it should be as thin und active as water oats and one' part peas. The lee ,
cud week's rations thu with
Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms to penetrate the ,road surface and were name
$7 to
$10 per It a little cornrueal added. In the third or a lot with UU1LWNO READY Foil OCCUPANCY,
mix with loose dust covering
week. JAS. n. JOHNSON A SONfcJ.Vinter : any .. .
week the quantity of cornmeal was In-
In the neighborhood of refineries the LAND FOR AN ORANGE mOVE
,
House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona, Florida. oil can be obtained directly from the creased. Three weeks' fattening was ,
-- refinery a temperature of Z.J) to 300 Butnclent. The cost of gala of one i PINEAPPLE l'LAN'fATIONor'J.1tUCIC''OARDE; ',
---
pound of flesh was O'/i r cents. Mr.
WEST PALM BE ACII. degrees"The hot F. oil is run from the tanks! James Watson of Sonyn. Ont., used! two We prob.blYbave, for sale just what you are neeklng. '

into oil wagons holding abont twenty parts of finely ground oats and one Deniers:: are flockIng In but still there Is room. If you all
barrels of forty-two gallons which require part of finely ground barley intxecl with
two to four horses to draw to akimuillk and fed three times a day for looking this way drop I line to ,
Fhe Leamington WEST PALM BEACH three weeks Thirty Barred Plymouth
place of distribution'According to con. ;Jrd IVice.ITe.ldcnt.
: JAS. E. INGRAHAM
FLORIDA.W. dition of roads, distance etc. We have Rock cockerels were fed on these rations
of and the cost per pound of flesh FLORIDA EAST COAST
taken oil five or six miles from place n'y. ,IAT.
C.; ERNST Manager. gain was CV4 cents. Messrs. Armstrong ;
,' heating. Ten to twelve miles, I should
Bros. of Fergus. Ont. used the UGUSTIN [ FLA.
On Lake Worth opposite Postoffice and business house,. 'Large verandas. say would be the practicable limit rations Morning two-flftbs _... .. .. .
following : -- ----- ----- ------------ ---------------- ---
and If the distance Is even Us much as
Strictly:! first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. six miles I should suggest that the around corn, two-fifths wheat bran. Q'.A': : S. RLVM cSc CO. ;
dith wheat middlings. This was
be to retain the One- ) .
hauling tank Jacketed
-.-- fed three!' mornings and the other 'are JACKSONVILLE .. IrLA.4HNL .
beat. From the oil wagon the oil Is run 01* w. "a r ,
IIENDEIISONVILLE, N. C. into a distributer and sprinkled or morulngs" ground oil cake was mixed
poured over the road. Into the mash; noon boiled potatoes
and stale bread Afternoon. Immediately
"The California Dustless Roads com
HIGH PARK pany makes a machine that hitches) on after the noon ration was eaten
PLACE IIENDERSONVILLE, N. C. behind the wagon and distributes the the troughs were cleaned and [filled I ; Fut

six feet wide three with whole corn and wheat which were i
oil strip
over a
Old,Stone Mansion In a park of fifteen acres. strips wide being the usunl width of allowed to remain before the birds for _'

For Rooms and Terms address: application. This distribution bus 0111'U-! the rest of tbe lay. !! Z fXPRfSS l [XPRE35PAEPAIO
When such eminently satisfactory! I I PRlDAID
Mna. FREDERIKA 8. CANTWELL. Ings six Inches apart opened and ;
1 results can be obtained without resortIng I
l levers. It
closed by valves operated by
also has stirring angers and drags for to tin! use of cramming machines JMi$3$
:NEW YORK .- going over the road after the oil Is put It Is not surprising to learn that tbe exporting ?9I s 4
which have been
companies '
loose
dust and
on to mix the coveringof .-
the road. This was designed for buying up and fattening birds for the t

dC\\ York Furnished Rooms. dusty roads for laying the dust with English market, are now giving up the ji n i I .sptSIDoz.
of thorn.
oil In place of sprinkling with water. use ,
"The cost of applying oil varies of I .
Well furnished rooms at 10 West 21st Street New York. Southerners' will course with the distance hauled and While opening a box, J. C, Mount, of
find this location very desirable for shopping and Is in close proximity to all quantity required. /Jn one Instance Three Mile Hay, N. Y., ran a ten penny I I e '
where the oil was hauled three miles, nail through the fleshy part of his hand.I S \
places of amusement. Address: two men and four horses put on sixty thought at once of all the pain and g$1229 $,

Mrs. D. REMLINGER, 13! W. 21st street, New York. barrels per day covering a half mile i reDBHH"anil Immediately this would applied cause Chamberlain's me: says, K ;

of road twenty feet wide. The two I'alnli.Janand oooasl,.nally afterwards.To $300 1
men. with four horses.; were paid VISA my surprise it removed all pain and
per day. So In this Instance It cost $15 the Injured parts were soon denied." Fortlal" Agents for the la font Brewing Co. j

Hotel Marlborough per mile to apply the oil. by all druggists soil medicine dealer ." --- ---- ...- -..- .- .. --.-- ... --........----
"One great advantage la oil on roads *. '
which we did not fully anticipate ---- )
4"on"t Ta 'fheytemporarlly
when commencing Us use is the preservation ke z.ll.c:" ,Lureconstipation:
Broadway, :tOth and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. of the road against washing and by, a61t3t1n the

100 Rooms 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted cutting out from the winter storms.. bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
r/-dd/
n We bad a storm about a year ago secretes enough ,bile to make the .Intestines! i
on American and European plans and Is managed under the personal which wound up with a fall of nearlysix execute their natural functions. <4tff ,
Inches In one night. The country ural agitation; ,Caused bycalhartlcs, IK C
supervision of the owner. was flooded for a short time many ;t'" continual and Increasing doses to .'
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. bridge were carried off and great damage ? att.1.ln.the results. Unn.1tn.

done In places to the roads. We
bad a chance to compare the effects of al'/tJ l7rC( ,

Sotel Vend orne Broadway and 41st' :;;.t. oil the and flood a on graveled graveled road prepared road without and /i m-/M"/y rlc ttl/ : r' liver; cures; on Chills the: -

YQ2K described.
NEW oiled a*above Tj' e and Fever and every form of '.
"An oiled road extends from Rialto lae2lGl/l< Malarial, Bilious/ I Remitting and Inter-
it descend
to San Bernardino. At one point
FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet *on a 7 or 8 per cent grade Here Fevers,and, by going to the scat of the

rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good room. $1.50;large rooms $2; and with the water' rushed down ties!:, middle ot -,, r'br trouble, works permanent cure.
the road with great velocity bet without Firry CENTS pra DOTTI.H.II. I:
yam
private bath $2.50 per day and ups sids. The management !under the personal doing damage. Half a mile sooth / 'r rllrr ate. r.

supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN: Manager another roads with about till, same !C. WILSON & SOX. I"


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./:1: :', 8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 10, 1902.
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BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS Christensen, Jense Larson, Inspectors;
I. i AVl f : sr SIONERS. G. E. Dutton, clerk. Robbins & Graham Go.Inoorporat WATCHES .'SilverPla/e

Precinct No.. :22.! -J. J. Roberta, E. A. that Mars"

JmW.lJI.ER! AND SILVERSMITHS called Holt, W. L. Keefer, Inspectors; S. T. ( il)
The Board was to order on the Hughes, clerk.
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41 West Street CAPITAL 2500000.
JJay 6th, Instant by order of the Chairman. Clerk's report of tax certificates re- PAID UP

JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA. Present: J. K. Walker, 1st District; J. deemed or purchased during the. month Thla company owns
K Mint 2nd District K. A. Gonkllng ending Sept. 30, 1002 was received.
; A FULL LINK OF--
Largest stock In this section of country' 3rd District; J. C. Jones 4th District Bond of G. B. Boyett as principal, withP. 3L .8.. nsr 3D s; i

i 1 Established In 1808. and J. 1'. Bell, 6th District; A. A. Stewart W. Roberts and T. O. Ellis a. sureties
Send for descriptive oatalogue. clerk ; J. P. Brown, sheriff. to carry Smith/ & Wesson pistol No. in the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. Watches and Clocks

\". Minutes of the l lost regular meetingwere 02370: caliber, was approved. Lucie. River; at New River and on Bay ,
road and approved. Bond of J. W. Conkllng as principal
i. .uTHE ANHEUSER BUSCH Road as marked and laid nut by J. M. with J. II. Leatherman and J. B. Vree- Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. Jewelry -.

Orcel, et al., U hereby declared a public land as sureties, to carry a llarrlnorton & Send for Land List. ,
road. Richardson pistol, No. 430 oalicer 38, was
Brewing Asso's. On motion the Comptroller is hereby approved. Offices at Titusvllle and :Miami., Fla. and. .

F requested to make an order allowing the' Bond of D. II. Conkllng as principal "
Clerk of the Circuit Court to assign( cer.tifloate with J. U. Leatherman and J. B. Vreeland -
FamouC. Bt. Louis Key and Bottled No. ((570, sale of 188H, on. the Nry as sureties, to carry a Harrington & East Coast Meat Market Silverware }

p? Jluer of Jot 3, Sec. 861'p. 20, H. Range/ ME.? Richardson pistol, No. 430, caliber 38, : ,
10 aciosfor Its face value without Interest was approved. .'
1 Bold by Messrs..A. Losley and
i tl and to allow the redemption of nil Bond of L. R. Paxton as principal, G. F. DUREN, Agent. ALWAYS IN. STOCK.
ej e r R. Motlow.TUusYllle.Vla. other outstanding certificates against with Chas. L. Hatch and R. F. Hatch as "-.! < ,

w By Mr, H. L. ilutluw, Cocoa Fla. said land and collect all subsequent taxes sureties to carry a Ivar (stol CD
approve :: ticep ATTENTION given to Repairing -
No. UOOK! caliber 38 SPECIAL
on the basis of the tax levy for each yearon was -
JOSEPH ZAPF an assessed valuation of $101) without Bond of II. O. Hammond as principal cam. of Fine Watches and Jewelry. -

Interest. This valuation being the valu- with W. W. Ballard and L. A. Brady as C> w All work warranted for 12 months': sal 84:7 f OffCJTS Bros."
.L Sole ation for all late years. I sureties, to carry a Smith & Wesson pistol : .

:1 Agent. On motion bond of Geo. B. Gardnerfor I I, No. 13075, caliber :32, was approved. pt es.r7d Spoons, Forks, Knives etc: alwa'l
road contracts In the let commission Bond of F. M. Tyler &principal, withJ. : ; G. L. MANDAVILLE combine the desirable features tftilra)
/" s 610 to 020 West Bay Street, er's district, was approved. E. Andrews and O. S. Babney as sureties plate-artistic designs,carefully

Notary Public's bond of E. Vesey Hall to carry a Marlin rifle, No. :30J32:! THE JEWELEIt AND OPTICIAN. with of finished
11 1pl JACKSONVILLE, FLA. as principal with C. I>. Provost and P. caliber 44, was/ approved. __ sRb CI2 FLORIDA. highest grade plate. Remember
e II. Whltfleld was received and approved. Bond of J. E. Andrews as principal = TITUSVILLE 1841.-thtt mark of the gcnnillO

I '1 Petition of W. R. Ilardee, et al., citizens with F. M.Tyler and K. B. Raulersonos -=a.. C'- Successor to II. '1'. Whaler. Rogers ,

of Jensen, was received, and R. D. sureties, to carry a Colts rifle, No. 3.1782: --
Hoke, C. II. Racey and J. O. Fries were caliW 88, was approved. rITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. --:-- ----=

appointed a committee to mark, view Petition of W. R. Roescb. etal.-. for a Ea.. :: Rt: :c-Y" dt; :seO.DEALERS :
A.
and lay out the same. public road was received, and K. M. .,

On motion petition of II. L. Parker et Stewart, F. A. Houston and J. O. Fries } IN-
x
al., citizens of Fort Drum Wall referred were appointed a committee to mark,
to Commissioner Jones of that district view and lay out the same MI9 I, GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT!

for action. Petition of F. A. Houston, et al., for a We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZE! '
ji jiI On motion of Commissioner Bell, of public road was' received, and W. K.Roesch We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consul

the 6th district of Brevard county in be- W. H. H. Gleason and J.O. Fries era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
half of Thos. J. Britt having paid Com. were appointed committee. to mark, E. L. BRAD A' BRO. TITUaVILLE FLA.
missioner Bell the sum of J3.40:! principal view and lay out same.
and Interest to date, said sum being Petition of H. S. Hancock, et al., for a --=

amount of aid received by Tbos. J. Britt public road was lecetved.and Dare Hunter 1M: rtr ," y.l
from the county 180;;. He, Thos. J. J. O. Fries and E. B. Arnold were S. W. C.ARROJ.LDealer ;

Britt, pray the same may be paid into appointed a committee to mark, view ,
I f the county treasury, and we, the County and lay out the same. In- '
lase / NT Commissioners of Jlrevard county, do On motion the sheriff Is Instructed to
ft'i respectfully extend our due appreciationto have erected at once suitable water-clos GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES, '
DURING THESE HOT DAYS Mr. Thos. J. Brltt eta for the use of the officers and the '
(i. I open up one of my bottles of On motion the Comptroller is hereby court. Same to be furnished with locks Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your Patronage; Solicited.

p OLD WINE OR WHISKEY requested to make an order allowing; the and keys; keys ti> be placed in a convenient FLORI 'A. ,
tJ Clerk of the Circuit Court to place. f I
and drink assign certificate -- -- ------------
'f F. i friends and to self.the health and prosperity of No. 18U: sale of 1801: for Its face Report of Justices of the Peace, II. G. If Your House Goes up in Smoke ---I II
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b f'' : ; These goods are pure and wholesome. value, without Interest, and to allow the Bronson J, M. Sanders and C. F. Conlr.1I0A' INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY. ;
redemption of all the other certificates werlf'receled.neport and you loose everything
..1,;I, J I "' I" Uavor.Unexcelled for richness. strength and against said lot for their face value, without of County Judge and Tax Col. it Is your own fault. TITDSVILLE, FLA. '

!lIfi rJi". ; i'' '1 I : ROBT. L. MOTLOW. interest and without collecting sub lector month of of licenses collected and during the to :3Mxo: : Irxstucoxxoo.sufficient Is prepared to furnish Ice in any qo\ntity-8acked! or loose. Special attiatln''

TITUSVILLE and sequent omitted tax. September, amounting paid sacking for Yachts or for family Fair dealing Is motto
1T, COCOA, FLA.I 975.41 State and ;W.22 to cover the value of the prop- use. my
"" t On motion_the Comptroller::' Is requested $ County was re-
-I --.-_..! erty and household effects should be car T. T. WETMC-RE, Proprietor.
to allow the redemption of tax certificate UVI VVU."
: s No. 241), sale of 1805: for the fxcc I Easement of Mary J.. Racey and C. II. ried. Rates are not high.: companies
Hodgson Bros. mid filed. we represent are solvent reliable and lib-
value of the certificate, and without in Racey was received
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teres t. The petition of,, Ruben Carleton, jr., eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
9"I I EAU GALUE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. On motion the petition of P\ A. Morgan for precinct No. 9, to sell liquors.) wiues Don't neglect; to take out a policy. Special Attention !

Marine Railway et al., citizens of Titusvllle, for 8 and beer, in aforesaid precinct, In Bre- SCHUTLER & :3RANNING,

I General Merchants and! public road Is granted, and J. L. Carru- vard county, Florida, waa taken op, andIt TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
hl4 Ship Chandlers. thers, 11. N. Wilson and 1". J. Hall are appealing to the satisfaction of the Correspondence Invited. GIVF.N TO :MAIL ORDERS FOR-
y .Special Facilities.. appointed a committee to mark and layout Board that th&sold petitioner has fully

44 \, For Hauling Out, Storing and the same. compiled with Chapter 4747, No.( Qf, Hardware Tinware' Glassware
Repairing On motion petition of A. C. Dlttmar, Laws of Florida, entitled an act p resell Application tor Tax Deed. Crockery, ,

tq yacht and Launches., et al., citizens of Fort Pierce; Is granted, blng the method of obtaining permitsto

fettled the ADVOOATS when writing. and Henry Bowman placed on the pauper sell liquors wines and beer In certain 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT O. 1'. Harness and Stoves. .
1 ( list at $3: per month until further or- cases. .On motion, I It la therefore ordered NOTICE l i (, purchaser. of Tax CertlanateNo.
4$ that a permit do Issue to the Tax Collector 4JT, dated the 3rd oay ot July A...>.IWiajuu
f :BRHVARU COUNT TIUCA.SUREit'SHTATEM alert Card. Certllinuto In ray oflloe,and has male. LG-Our. Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly!
I-lor
of Brevard county ., id u, to .
Oil motion the allowance of U. Ilogao application for tax' deed to Issue in onlance
y; leNT.O.tobar Increased from $5 to $:::1 per month. l Issue State and County licenses. to the with law. Said certificate embra..'es tha follow '
l.t. IUO'-J. On motion, after thin. month Mrs O. said! petitioner for the fiscal year UK):*. inn described ro LOwlti ttuated In Krevard Jas. Pritchard & Son.
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k. h' DalanMiuisbouliHna.Hept...* 0,271 H hid county, Klorlila. lot 3, Section 9.Township .
On motion all tav matter are
.
W. Brooks Is from
dropped pauper list.lUtport 27 south Range 30 Kagt. The raid
J Amount rooelveJ in Sept: IINRI. 8IJU: 31>>
| -- of Tax Collector of polls collected over until the November meeting.On land being, { aanexiwrl. at the date .of,the Issuance
Total .u .. ...911,811808 during the month of September, and motion, the letter of Jos. Williamson of tmch; :said: In the name of W. W. I Postofflce Box 212, .
Unoll. Unlenn cvrtlrioAte shall be redeemed
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warrants In
I J ,r Less and dellvereil to paid County 'uiiiiulnslun.Pept. IINrJ. amounting to $3 for 1000 and $9 for 1001, was referred to rbe commissioner of anonrdinir,! to law tax deed will issue tiiereon on i '
f, I 1,. en and School! lluurd. 4.00903 was received. that district. the lltn day Of Noveirlwr, A.D IU\ -". FI'1t11sy'ill@,. ::e"1.o da.rXTUS"VXLLE .
The following bills were examined andapproved Witness uiv: official slicnatnre and seal thin the
The Board the
1h Valance oo band Oct. Ut, 19U2 ..* 8,744816 believing amount of $10 lOtb day of October A. D. HHtt.neall -- .
the finance committee and
by ,
per month paid to .Mrs. K.t Tucker I I. [ A. A. STEWART!: !
71 AIU>VB HALAtlUK 1* HELD AS KOI.UOWSI, amply sufficient, refuses the petition to warrants ordered to be drawn for the Clerk Circuit Court: of Brevard Co., ria.' LIV: :R'Y ST'A.BLE.::
Deposited In liulUii l'lv..r state Hank increase same to $12 and en motion the same, this October 7th 10J2tNeneral :! By O. A.Stewart, Ceputy Clerk.

i, i ,, IM to monthly par, Canhior's report oertldcatesttached... .. .9 fl,7M ISUXLANUM petition Is rejected.On Fund. .
f ,' I BKLoMOIICO TO RAOH' FOND Al RLCnuntyRevenueIieneral motion Messrs, Rauterson fe; Paineare J R Walker I Co Com and mileage. 62 on GET ONE OK WALTON'S RAPID
I I.OW'"i allowed to. put agate across the pub- J.R A R.Conklinn Mist "" "a. I U HO 40 Calking Tools It you want to Calk FEED AND SALE m, SADDLE HORSES,

"I Road and Bridge Fund Fund..2Om94.. .... ... MM oil lie road where It crosses the railroad John O. Jones, >> a' .' 18 UU your Boat with lightning rapidity. It .ml,
) Hulldlnii fuurli ... MJSSHJ flack about! three miles north of Oalo.Ou J K Hull HI. n :: 211) II') saves time and money, and pays for Itself ...STABLES... BVGGIESy
.
Fine and Forfeiture Fund::::::: ai) letter of C. J PllrowD Jillor ... ........ ..... .... 3<> oo In few weeks. In
F. Gifford
motion la a use by
'1 .iW Foedlnir PrlsonernFunUBifl .... 8111\ 'iw retorted janitor ... .. .............. 6 ('N) prominent BAGGAGE
<). Road Food New UUt.No 1 .. HIT W to Commissioner Jones for action. wa1LingonCoCoin.. .......... :Zee boat-builders in the U. S. Read I SURREYS,
.. .. 1\ ." ,... 4IM 77 Treasurer's report was received and A A Stewart accountant.... .. .... ...... in/ 00 testimonials from boat-builders. Price, 1 ,
11'/1/ II MM II? M u .4.1,7114.7II chocked and the It Bowler ferryman .. .... .. .. .....,.... loin' (4.H( and $8.00 each at the ADVOCATE TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS: paid turned
u u |i .1 MB.. .. .. 1JA 14 up warrants O M ConkllnK. ferryman ..... .. ... ...... lo 00 ,l
/ y. County Game Warden fund 2e fro' over by the County Treasurer with Electric Light Co.. ... ........ .. ....... .. W Ices offloe,'TUusvllle, Fla. '' r
4 Property of Itejeaneil rerminii Fund ... I HOk his report were destroyed by Messrs. Bell JokeA 0. Jones, oopylogo 1 sure............ 453 HAULING, ETC. ..all kinds
y a tM < >uuty School-Oeneral Fund 62 ::HBlieolal and Conkllng. The Treasurer had his I> ..nney. salary county Judge ....... 2nO( 0T ,
k 7 : Tax: School: >l t. No.1. fit 12 A RobhUtOn.!Cawe warden. ........... 4100 Land For Sale.
A sn .. II II .. .. a. 182 60 usual certificate attached to his report.On W 8 Norwood, Heft Otlloer ... .... ...:..... to lie J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
<. II.. it u 3. JOBS motion, after this month, Mrs. M. I) L, (Jauluen, Salary Prow Atty.. ......... 8J 3JJolin ; TITUSVILI.E
Back of FLORIDI
Grand View
hotel.-
from the Henry, appr ,,".cred fund........ .. 7506 first-class
ia land
Futch dropped list. 17 acres pineapple
I iI Total.. IS pauper A A Stewart auditor and clerk to Co Com 114) 80 :::;;
8,788
7 y, The following list of Inspectors and J P Brown tel l Ct Court 0......... ... ... a OU desirable front, on St. Lode river, at a, c.-
F. K Burs, County Treasurer. clerks of election are hereby appointed: John Henry taking evidence Ct Court.., 8 30 bargain. For reasonable. terms write, THE OLD RELIABLE
I Precinct No. 1.-Oeo. B. Gardner II. .144 Wooten bat corn, 1901. lielng .....,_... 2"lfIlIlI W. W. LUCK
C T MoCarty State Fair appr .;. ...... !IW) INI '
WEATHER REPORT. Carlile It. It. ChaudoIn,Inspectors;Thos. A A atewart rep tax red ....... ......... 4 an TI bbals, Fla. Rollins
Jobnson sr., clerk. (1 H Walton pub lliMinse rift... .... .... W/ 411) Collage
II-White I Precinct" No. a P. J. C. D. Flood F H Hope, oniu co trnaa., .. .. ...,. 177 miII ,
Hall ; ; : .. '.. ..
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By Rev. Jas. observer for U Wllnon, Conner's Inquest. 300 FOR CUTS,BURNS AND OPEN SORES
Weather Bureau U. S. Government. F. A# Lesley, Inspectors; E. E. Knox, J P Brown,o..roner's Inquest ... .......... 4 VBOPriMolier Founded 1385. Has special Florida charter. The South Florida College. Open'
ilork. J Juror... ..... ............ .... (Mlfj use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at B. R. October 1st. Located on a high pin lakes of OranptCounty. !!
8UMMAKT FOH BKI-TEMDEIt, 1002. Precinct No. 3. B. F. Deal J. Hali,Jnnir. .... .... ... ... .....V-V MLA Wilson & Son's drug store..Tolln ridge, amongthe spring-fed
tF Jojner, Hrailyjuror. ..... ...... .......; vut SkI Absolutely no malaria.
c / Highest temperature on the UOtb, Oi.O: G. >V.Holmes. Inspectors; Ueo.E. Chester 8J Hurtun.juror ..... .. ...... ...... .\.. 110< COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Lowest ,clerk. F H Wrl bt. juror. ..... .,...... ......... m I
pl I4 20th. 72.0: 4.-E. TABobliLon ........ .... .... ....... On Travnor, road work. ..... ... ... 13 onO MUSIC SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF' ELOCUTION.
Mean for the month. . . 60.0 Precinct No. E. Swinson, W. M, J N Waller,witness .... ..... ............. no O'Donald <. .. ... ........... I 'wK
i Average mean for 21 years. . 80.7 Moore, Fred Fisher, Inspectors; James Frank n..ppe. ...Iu.......... ........ ....,.... fio J Bates .. ........ ... ... 4M! BUSINESS SCHOOL. ART SCHOOL.
Highest II 41 882..5 Mitchell, clerk.Precinct It Han)1ltunwitness .. .... ............... noFA R R Cameron ., ........-......... 12: 00 Excellent equipment. modern Instruction.
: Ixtaler wltnemi fMIOOII A ClirUumnen .................. a 00 Thorough,
Lowest ". "In 1887. 70.3 No. 5.-Wm. R. Roesofa, N. LoIItnswltness: .:.::<.::*.:::: :::::: B'l: J E full ............ ..... II 00 Beautiful location. A room for every student
\ ,. Rainfall In Inches . . .. 10.08 E. Klnnlard, W. W. Glonson, inspectors; J Knlirht, wit.."..... ..1.. .. ............... /Ml( J '8" Padgett road work:.,.. ......... ... .... W 73 Best Board. Expenses low. Best Influences. Catalog oa application.
Average for 2.1: . . . 8.04 Geo. F. Pdddlson. clerk. Rorker. wltnem .............'......... AU T I1 Howard .... ..... ........ S on
a I i years.. Precinct No. 0. N. S. M. Tom Johnson. ,Iesk. elks orHoe ............ > 7A/ l 1) E "Aimtln,shell for road........ ......... DADS REV. GEORGE 31. WARD, D. D., Principal, Winter Park, Fla.
Greatest In l-78: . 2378 Downey, N A Stntnnrie, work on Jail. .... ..... ....... 310 K J Tray nor,road work.. ... ............ II 00
'' !Martin C. H. Stewart; Inspectors C. F. .... .......
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Least lnl8S3: . 3.01 ; A A Ht" wart.sup for elks office 2 28 Special Road Fund Ulitrlot No. 1.F .
cj( Prevailing direction of wind. . E Conkllng/ clerk. Julius Kline, blankets for jail ... ....... SIM .. .... ..... .
Jan Frl tenant Hon. milne. for jail....... ft 77 H Boye,road work, ..... 1 00
Number of clear days . . IS Precinct No 7.-W. P. Arnold, C. W. H K Wilson A Sun: .mad forprls.... ,.... 1 a eilK Special District Mo. S. THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.

I. fair '' . . . 0 Bolton, Oeo. W. Wasliburn, Inspectors; K Wilsonattendance on pauper.. ....... S on R A Conkllng. ex-road' ...... ... .,..... 8 MK
'T& ,. cloud . . . 6 Ernest Svedelius, clerk. Mrs K Ljrman ivailper.... ......'....... HI' OO C Liunlxir and Supply Co, lumber.. .... 184.1.
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i ) Preclnct'No.8.-Goo. B. nail Daniel Uao1Jenham. W R Kneacii, bal K: U! ......... 18 oo i
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.1 Ijnul, ............ /5 00 brhln, work ....... ......... ?
I \\'an<1 Home, Sloan, S. K. Michael, Inspectors. ; W. C. I M Vutoh .... ............ B no O Lumber and Supply Co, lumber ... lOt 29 M onE WHOLESALE MERCHANTSWe
r Meirltts Island, Fla. Braddock, sr, clerk. Charity 1 Padgett.CMoNellis; :: :::::::::::::::: woo ft ooin Special Road Fund. District No.S. FRUIT. PRODUCE & POULTRY

.. 1 r Precinct No. 0.-W. 1'. Hayes E. O. I,Tucker .. ................ ooa M. S. Jones,jr shell.. .... .. ........ ...... III 00 for cash
Surumerlln, sr., A. A. Ilendry Inspectors A Oore, .. ................ E C Walker, shell .. .. .... ........ 92700 buy or receive on commission, all kinds of Frulfs and I'roduc
OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W AT..- ; W. A. Farmer, clerk Hagln .4 ... oom Planter Security Bank eigt. ......... Bl 00 and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned We give ear
ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use U. Anderson, '. :...::..::.::.:. 8 noB :
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Precinct No. 10.-J. T. Water R. Fine S' )1 Forfeit Fund.J riD B
It c ................ / nos ) close personal attention to the consignments and business entrusted tout >
Mrs. J. C.
'i Johnson ,
j 'I by boat owners In the United States. Hoke, W. I. Allen, Inspectors; Oeo. E. Mn U. W. Mnmks, ................ ooft P Brown orira pros co ct....... ......... :25 20 any
a Trice 1.00 and $s.OO each at the ADVOCATE Coon, clerk.Precinct Hamanrha Grlffle, .. .......... .... / ooft A A Stewart,orlin pow oo ct ......... .... 366 have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Returns aJt
l office, Titusvllle, Fla. John Herring .. .......... 00Mr. D L fJjuUlen,oouvls\ fee oo et....... .... to oo made on the day of sale. We solicit Potato
No. 11.-J. M. Swain It. A. ''' '' shipments Tomatoes
H fimoutt ." .........,...... 5(441 J r Brown arlmpros J P court ......... IK OOHOHronsoa Cabbage,
} Holmes, S. A. Hair, inspectors; Al J. Neon Bowman '. ..........i.... CO .". ........ I fill Onions, Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, :Peocbeb, Plums, Gwp: !J
Drawdy, clerk.Precinct J R Walker, milae for t.II..to............ 2ft MontHardee\ H .... ...... 2 8H "
A Fine Home For Sale. No. 12.-C. J. 'Reams Louis Chan Fnlto"j work on jail.... ............ 75 A G preen .. ..... .... 3 OO etc., etc.We
t I Harris I. B. Dawson Inspectors IV W. K L Brady ,&: llro, nidM for jail .......... 0 20 Feeding Pilsoner Fund. solicit correspondence and will keep you In'touch with the market.
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Road Fund District No.I.mmons.road J P Brown leading Miners...... ... .... 181 BO
1 A model southern home in South end Jeflers, clerk.Precinct W P work.-.._.. "O Road and Bridge Fund, District No. 3.F The New York Grocery Co.
of lirevard county on the Indian River, No. 13.-Peter WIttfeld, A. B. LOrlftl""o..race...................... "> OOJATaylur Houston road work. ..... ...... .... ,
I 1 In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice Carter, F. 'V. Munson, Inspectors; C. D. bal road work................. llJO Jack A Woods, .... ...>....... :... 33 S8T 00 100-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
1 9-room dwelling and out-buildings. Ten Provost, clerk.Precinct District No. 2. T I' Murphy .... .............. 687 ,
acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, No. 14.-Chaa. Cleveland, M. Town of Coca, prop. loot but..........:. 149 23 "III Yates ..........,....... la BO ----- -
PI and .............., ... 44: 00 Wilbur YatM ............._.. lop -
JJ"hance.rua".ork. -
lemon, lime grapefruit treesmostall S. Same, Jalma Lapham Inspector; D. ASI>Uoa .. ................ .... III! Will Rogers .................. 1879/
have fruit on them. Beautiful yards S. Nlsbett, clerk. N M FUh. M ...............:.... 5 MAltiert Sato WoiHla .II. .._..,...,..,.... 500 .
t1.4 and (lower garden. Will be sold at a Precinct No. 13.-K. M. Wilson, John Wilson .................... (44) Allen Banner ............ .. lo OO Seeds For Summer

1 V)4 bargain! for full particulars address : Eberwlno, John A. Hogan, inspectors; C D Provost ............ ......._.. 300 Noah Rod Tln.r Prawott "" ...............,................... 6 a 25 00! Crops.Millets .
District No. S.
C. N. N. Penney, clerk. j
Co. Rev. General
Ire Lan""n.d work .......... .... 12 noKH Fund.
Care ADVOCATE J. "
Titusvllle Fla. Precinct \ 10. T. R. Crook. W.
o. Hardee. ,..........
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Arnold ......... ._ 171/ o..ron.r..loaue. 8 ooA
.. Grlffls, O. Nolle, Inspectors; Wm. Walton Davis: '. %....... ....4....... 1 AO >4 Green .. .......... 991H Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans., Peanuts Chufas Teosinte, Glad
clerk. > E Walkin., juror Inqueat\ ............. BO Beg garweed, clean.,
Clothing Cleaned Dyed, District No.4. Ray Carter ............. BO
Precinct No. 18.-W. II. Robinson, W. II AHolmesroa.lwork.................... :2(30 W IJ weeks' II '0 .... ...... 80
f L. Frantz,Wm. Pomeroy, inspectors; W. R (1 Robert .< ......... tIC! John Cam ,............ BO! CO'41iI ::
G "JPressed-ad Repaired. Ladles' dresses II. Tancre clerk. !l11'I.' .....""* jr up for oouvlots............. lIT 28O I H K !SCOtt' '. ,............ BO PEA.S:
i' .pocl lty. Address W stnltb' roMlwork........ .... ....... S/ 00 R B RlootA .. ............ BOOn Black
Precinct No. 10.-James M. IIoarndon, John C Jones, T><|for transferring oonv.. B onlllb Whlpps. Clays, Wonderful Unknown Ladyflngers.
r "' SAM ricRKiita!: I Peter Bertelsen Joseph Williamson, Inspectors Merriwetlier, road work.............. :3 CODUtriot motion the Board adjourned to Clean' Bright. Stock;.Lowest Prices. Conch Peas. S3c per qt., Postpaid; 'Ij\, \ I
t ,, Magnolia: Avenue and 6th Street i ; R. T. Smith, clerk. No. 5 .. meet on Monday, Oct. 13th 1902, at SAO peck; $',.N busheL *
1 P. O. Box 2:.;>. Sanford, Fla.. I Precinct No. 20.-Wesley Ragan, E. R. Marten Security anllJ:paMon?road work >7 71! a. m., when the registration books will Poultry Supplies), Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tools. Fertilizers.
Provost, Jas. Stewart inspectors; G. F. H Chrtnteniien.hauling sh U.......<...... a 00 be revised, tickets printed and other ,
I. Jones hauling shell.............. ... business will be transacted that L. CAMERON The Seed
Store
i ? Reading notice ads. on this pager i Enney, clerk.Precinct JFB.Iisuperra.s........ .............. Wan may
Uve cents per line per week. I No. :21.-J. J, Flndjey A. 31. J O Fries,surrsyor roads. .. ............... :WOO come before the Board. 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.



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