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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 24, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. I -Mr. E. W. Hall, of Tltusvllle, was a -Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page; 8. MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE. AMONG THE HOTELS.
visitor In Cocoa last and Satur-
A SET OF SIX CANE SEAT DIVANS'ifj.7S. Friday NEW AND NOBBY LINE OF MEN'S

nd Topics of General Interest : J. K. Walker & Co. day. trousers at Rhodes A high pitch of excitement was Tourists are now arriving at many of

-Dr. W. L. Ilughlett, of Cocoa, madea aroused, Sunday, at Stetson University the Florid hotel.
-Mr. C. H. Nauman, of the Hanlove -Mr. Robert. Daniel of Cocoa, was a
professional visit to Tltusvilie Tues the DoLand correspondent of
THE ADVOCATE, section, was a visitor In town on Satur- day. on visitor In Tltusvllle, last Sunday. the,Times-Union says and Citizen, when the Where to stop along the East Coast

$1.50 per annum, In advance., day. !IS3P: -. We cannot guarantee to publish rumor began: to float that two of Stetson's See Hit of hotels on page 7.
SEWING MACHINES CASH OR INstallraent
91.00 '* six: : months, TAKE A LOOK AT THE DUTCHESS Items that do not roach this office before most popular young people had secretly Where to stop In Tltusvllle See Tltusvllle .
that
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. guaranteed trousers. Rhodes Is ex plan at prices defy noon on Thursdays. boon married. The contracting parties hotel ad on our 7th page.
competition. J. R. Walker & Co.
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE elusive agent. -Mrs. L. Gonzalez, of Miami has were Miss Sophie Bond, daughter of S. The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all
Mr. Emmit !field of ludlanola has Bond of the Bond Lumber
by the year, It does not cost you Judge D. L. Gaulden, of this place, been a visitor at the home of Mr and E. Company, the best hotels In New York city.
been of 111.
spending the week in Tltusvllle and Perclval Chicago
Conpropsf ,
three cents week postage Included. from until with bl8 1\11'11.1'. this ,
Monday J. Hall TI u8YlIle week.
per spent Friday In ,
visiting friends and relatives.Mr. Miss Bond Is In her second year In the The Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze, Florida
) Note date of expiration printed upon family In DeLand. TIlE LATEST IN' OENTLEMEVShats academy, and her popularity was shown linn been leased for live years by Dr.
C. J. Schoonmaker the
jour paper or wrapper every week. This -Attorney F: J. Webb, of Tltusvllle, postmaster up-to-date In style and down to- by recently winning a contest by an overwhelming E. L. Potter, and he will open the house
Is receipt for your money. No need made a business trip to Jensen, last Friday at Cocoa, was .a passenger 011Tuesday's date In price. See them at Walker & vote, as to who was the most the first of January.

torus to send receipt for subscription returning Saturday.Mr. I northbound train. popular! girl In DeLand. Mr. ConpropstIs
Hotel Westmoreland Jacksonville has
The date gives It to you. ,. FOR SALE CIIEAP-A FINE BARItone Co'sMr. senior law student and captain ,
was
a ,
COAST Is M. F. Goldsmith, of the firm oIlondry and Mrs. C. S. Hess and Mr. been entertnlnlnlng: quite a number of
THE EAST ADVOOATE on horn lie with
costing: $2 .OO.<> Apply to of last year's football team. ,
& Goldsmith, Fort Tierce, was a'' \ Galbreatb of New guests lately. Parties Inform us that It
news-stands at five Mark Smyrna, spent
pale at the following "II. W. care ADvoCATE!: olHco. his mother and sister, came to DeLand -
visitor In Tltusvllle and Is excellent hotel.
on Monday Sunday In Tltusvllle, the guests Of an
cents per copy : this fall and are. living In the town.
Tituavllle-D. R. Wilson & Son. Tuesday.WANTED. I -Mr. Geo. B. Hall, of Sebastian anti} arrived Indian River hotel. There was pnrenllal objection to their Mr. William Catto, proprietor of Hotel
In Titusville last
Jacksonville-Dnval hotel. -A first-class mechanic for. Saturday, has RHODES SELLS TilE BATES SCHOOL marriage, and as Mr. Conpropst was Tuilor, of Nahant, Mass, has just closed
the week his
News stand, Union depot boat work. State terms and experlenct: spent E. W Hall.with parents, Mr. and shoo the best and strongest boys' and underage, the elopement was carefully his. hotel, after. n very successful and one

Apply, Indian River Boat and LaunchCo. Mjs. girls''shoe on the market,all solid, and planned. A special friend of Mr. Con of the longest seasons orj record.

B3T Reading notice ads are ten cent ., Saint Lucie, Fla. -Mr. C. D. Provost, of Georgtana,wasa Indestructible linings. propel left, Tuesday, for Tltnsvllle!, Hotel>lual.) Jacksonville, has had almost -
caller this office where he obtained the license and made
Bper line on this pane. -Mr. and Mis.\ R. R. McCormick, of pleasant on Tuesday. -Editor J. .\. Crosby, of the San Mateo a house full the past week. The
Elsewhere In this issue will be found his further arrangements; for the marriage'
1 -M. 8. Jones, jr of Quay, wasp visitor Cocoanut Grove, who have spent the. ad. offering bean seed for sale.OUR" Item, was la Tltusvllle on Monday.Mr. Mr. Bond wHs In Miami on business, so tourists commencing to arrive and
5 In Tltusvllla on Saturday and Sdnday.Mr. summer in Philadelphia, and in Canada, I Crosby came down with the baseball an excellent opportunity presented Itself Manager\ Sperry will get his share.
are expected home this week. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IS the ball
boys to witness
| 0 at game. to the your g people. They drove to Enterprise The Magnolia Hotel, Orlando, Fla.,
J. T. Knox. F. E. agent replete with the latest dress
seasons In
down with the baseball -Mr. W. P. Giles, the bicycle man .'-:Mr.' Wm. M. Brown president of Wednesday morning, and from has been leaned for a term of five years i
f San Mateo last Monday., came and general repairer, has moved bill goods J. R. Walker, staples& Co.etc. Give us a call. Bank of By BIsonyne, arrived In Titus there wont to Tltusvllle by train, where by :Mr.: I' Ileemnn. who will make many

I boys place of business from the building on vi lie, Wednesday, to look after his various they were married by Notary Public Improvements to the property at once.

,YOU WANT THIS-AN IRON BED, Hutchinson avenue, to the Wager building -Mr. Robert Glad win, of the firm of Interests In his home town Goldsmith. They returned, Wednesday The Algonquin Hotel St. Augustine

spring: and mattress, full size, for$8.73, on Washington avenue. Gladwin & Walker, fish dealers of Fort evening, with no one In DeLand the has been In tbe hands,of the ,
S. L. Patterson of Miami painters
John R. Walker & Co. -Attorney Bond returned from Miami
delivered. Pierce and Tltusvllle, was a visitor In wiser As Mr.
-The Tltusvllle school has and for the week
publlo now was In Titusville from Tuesday until plasterers past undergoing
however he learned of the affair
Mrs. Geo. N. Hatch, of Rockledge, ha an enrollment of 110 pupils\ and Is In a Titusvllle on Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. Wednesday looking after some legal a thorough; renovation. The hotel

R,;been a visitor at the home of Mr. and prosperous condition. The organ has Philip Leonardy, of Osteen, business he Wednesday afternoonfor and and stopped Mr. and at Mrs.Tltusvllle to investigate at vClll open about November 1st, under the
1 Mrs. Adhemar Brady In Tltusvllle, this been ordered and is expected next week. and Conpropst are present of Truman
Mra.Estelle Weldrnan, of St. Augus- Kentucky, and will be gono about ten living with Mr. Conpropst's mother. management Lynn.

'week. This will be a great help In the opening tine, arrived on Saturday and are the days. Mr. Conpropst will doubtless continue Mr. and Mrs. S. Graham will return

-Mr. Henry Byrne, of Augusta, Ga., exercises. guest of Mr. J. A. Collins and family. -Mr. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, his law course and return In the apilng to Miami within the next few day

II has been in Tltusvllle for some time. -The Ladles Progressive Culture Club -Mrs J. B. Lopez and Mrs. W. J. was a visitor In Tltusvllle, on Wednesday to Chicago, where he has a position and arrange for opening the popular

fillis, mission here is to buy fish for Tray was very pleasantly entertained last Mon Copps and son, of Augustine- have last Mivllaulerson was looking after awaiting him with a large corporation. > Hotel Blsoayne.! Under Mr. Graham's

for_& Co., of Augusta, Ga. day afternoon, by the Misses Z.indle" and been In Tltusvllle all the week. They his cattle Interests, and shaking hands management. thin hotel has become one

[BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS TRIMMED Kate Stewart, at their home In South have been guests of,Mrs. MlnorS. Jones. with bill numerous friends In the mean JOE JEFFERSON ARRESTED. of the moat popular hotels on the East
Tltusvllle. Miss Emma will Coast.
Wright time.
ready-to-wear and shapes, ladles'misses' entertain the club next Monday after- -Mr. J. P. Beckwlth, traffic manager -
and children's hate, at popular noon. of the Florida East Coast Railway, has -Mr. Charles M. Coss, of New York, Whenever Joseph Jefferson visits New The New Victoria Hotel, Jacksonville,

prices. John R. Walker & Co.' returned to St. Augustine, from Philadelphia who managed the Seaside Inn, Good nil, Orleans ho Is the guest of a secret order hits bad quite] a large patronage lately.

-Mr. Wm. Sooble, of Hensonvtllei'N. -Col. W. G. Wlnans, one of the best where he has been for the past last winter, has again arrived In Floridafor whoso members are celebrated for their
: Y.,a regular winter visitor Ormond, known hotel men In "Florida has arrivedat three weeks. the winter. Wo acknowledge a pleasant "hospitable" treatment of visitors. On Is always interested the pleasure and
West Palm Beach, from Tltnsvllle call from Mr. Coss yesterday. lie comfort of his guests. The New Victoria *
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I writes the ADVOCATK that he expects to one of these occasions two Jeading members
-Mrs. J. E. ,wlfo of the
lagraham
the firs and will be found horeafter behind the was a guest of the :Sembler: Cottage while 1* managed on both the American and
|:reach the latter place some time_ 3rd vice" president of the Florida East of the soclewere appointed policemen
desk at the Hotel Seminole where he
in town. European plans, at reasonable rates.
of next week. will be pleased to meet his friends. Coast Railway will return the latter partof to conduct the slugcrs and etsAyIsts -

[ 'CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic Tropical Sun. the week from Canada and points In -1\rr. W N. Hendry. of the firm of to the platform. It was about mid The sale of Hotol Klislmmee, Klsslm

Gallery, Tltusvllle, and see Ad New York, where she has been spending Hendry & Goldunith, Is visiting; Judge night when the chairman thundered mee, to Mr.. Chapman, of Connecticut.
his samples of Photographs. Flashlights -Mrs. W. F. Jlbb little child, of the summer A. D. Penney for a> few days this week. out "Let the police arrest Joe Jeffersonand was announced this week. Considerable -

; by appointment at any time Daytona, arrived In Tltusvllle lastSatur Mr. Hendry looks as If Fort Pierce ligieed bring him before the chair!1' The Improvements\ be made In the
day, and have been spending tbe week -Mr. E. A. Froscher, o' Miami, son of roof nearly full In with the as
Always something new. Mr. with lila physical condition llnely. III. applause hotel, and. a large tourist trade Is expected
with Mrs. Jibb's father, Capt. E. II Andrew Froseber, of Tltusvllle, in In many friends are pleased to find him In Jefferson was hustled up the main Isle na the proprietor will have a.
-Mr. A. K. Wilson foreman of the Rice Mrs. Jlbb Is accompanied by Miss town thin week, In the Interest ot the such good health and spirits. of the hall to the stage. After bowingto large( following from the Green Farms
'f ADVOCATE and during the ab- Ella Erlckson Fraternal Union of America. Ho! Is In
mapagor a very popular young the audience he turned! to the cliair Hotel In Connecticut.
sence of Mr. Walton, was a visitor In lady of Daytona. hOIe80f starting a lodge of this order in -The hearing of the five prisoners for man and asked -What am arrested for,

i Jacksonville on Wednesday, returning to and ritusvillo.\ the murder of Ad.t" Wells closed on Fri. Mr Chairman! "For discharging fire W. L. Jinln, who will conduct The

* ,,Tltusvllle, on the morning train yester are-Mr.expected Mis.to L.arrive A. Brady In Titusville and child -Mr. J. D. Lopez, of tho Smith A day. Lulu Smith, Albert Willis, Will al'mllin| (he Catsklll mountains and compassing Ilrcukers Seabreeze, tins winter, has

t day. In about ten days, from Boston, Mass Woodman Drug Co St.' Augustine, and Skinner his. wlfo, Belle :Skinner, were the death of your dog Snelder," just returned tu Seabreeze from a trip

i!; -lion. B. E. Mol Io: Commtsoner ot They are anxious to get little Parkhurs Dr. S. M. Worley, also of the Ancient. committed to await the action of the said the chairman. of the Northern cities, and reports

' Agriculture; who has general supervlsloi] to a southern climate, but the physician City, were guests of Mr. Wade II. Jones, I grand jury, and Ben Watson was discharged Tho house shook with applause _)lied the prospects very flattering for a
t over State convict matters, has receive does not think It would do for the childto In Tltusvilie the first of the week. Mr. ; on the advice of the state's Jefferson turned and sitldl "Mr. Chair. big tourist business this season. Air.

" and turned into the State treasury the travel for a week ye'. ropezretlu'ned home on Tuesday and Dr. attorney, a. Iio said lie had no evidence man, you muse at least concede that Bale Is now at work putting his hotel' In

sum of *33, )<)fi.OO, the amount of the Worlej on Wednesday., against hint. (pointing to the audience} the jurymen shape to open November 10,

, hire of State prisoners for the quarter who-Mr.has Richard spent the Gladwin summer, of In this New place York, -Prof. Macey, the supervising teacher -The camp'tneetlnjf of the Daytona are with me."" "I don't know," said tbe. Mr. A, T,. Marsh arrived at fit. AH,,< October 1st. chairman duller like that has
beginning district of the African Methodist church ; you tine
Sunday from Dual
for Brevard Death N. .I.
and Connecticut, arrived In Titusvllle county, stopped In Titusvllle .
-Mr. IT. B. Mace, and Mr. B. T. Bell, last Saturday. Mr. Glad will is having a on Tuesday, en route to Stuart to Inspect has been In session In Tltusvllle for the packed tho so many" houses. may have where he has been during the summer

of New York? regular winter visitors to One launch built, and when completed he the public school at that place, put week with quite a large number packed jury. Mr. Marsh Is the manager of the Ittdlati

Tltusvllle, arrived on .Monday, and are will take it to Miami' ,to be used In taking) which has just opened. Prof. Macoy reports present. The Florida Kant Coast Kail- hirer Hotel, at Hock ledge. Ho will

guests of tbe Indian River Hotel. They; tourIsts out on phasuro and fishing tripson most of the schools are open and way has made very liberal excursion LADIES' CULTURE CLUB. spend a week In St. At gustlne prior to

were passengers on the Clyde steamship the Miami river and Blscayne Bay.Mr. In fine working condition.Mr. rates to this point, and on Sunday lost ; his return to Kockledge, when be will
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Algonquin, from New York' to Jacksonville they ran a special eicurslon train, which put the hotel In shape for tbe winter
and report a pleasant trip.J. T. B. Wilson, of this place son G. Mandivllle!\ our popular will also be run again next Sunday. It Miss' Znndie Stewart, assisted by her season.
Dr. and Mrs. B R. Wilson, who has been jeweler Is ever busy adding something Is estimated that the crowd here last sister, MIssKnte, delightfully entertainedthe
Manager J. S. Bowen
E.: Ingrahara, third vlce-preslden In the employ of the Sterling Piano Com to beautify his store. This week he lies Sunday was nearly 2XX() >, which number Ladles' Culture Club, Monday afternoon of Hotel Hamilton

and land commissioner of the Florida pany, Derby, Conn., for- the past two a number of handsome jardinieres filled will be doubled next Sunday at their homo on Washington ave few,miles Whltellprlnla.from Flu which Is only a
Lake
East Coast Railway, has returned from years, and his sister Miss Jeannette with beautiful flowers, which adds, materially City, hiss just Issued
his summer vacation. During his visit Wilson, who has been visiting In Derby, to the appearance of his store -Mr. Chas. T. McCarty, of Kid rod. nue.After the usual business of the club a circular, which bids for a share of the
Slate
Rrevnrd County's commissioner to the Fair guests. Ml'Oclal excursion
North Mr. Ingraham combined business during the summer arrived In TltusvilieOD was art gallery contest In. "
was
-Mrs. II. E. Baker wife of of Florida State Fair overan trains will 1 ., from
with pleasure and predicts considerable Monday. Their many friends are one the WI\II" (passenger on Bulged In by all present. Misses Emma > run White /Springs to
:, activity I n Florida Coastllands this glad to see them back again.Mr. popular conductors on the F. E. C. Line, yesterday's northbound train en route to Wright; Frank Stewart and Kate I'rltcli* Lake City dully during the Fair. Mr.
1[ fall and winter. passed through Tltusvllle, Tuesday, en Jacksonville. Mr. McCarty Informed an aid tied for the first Miss Bowen has a nice, comfortable hotel, and
B. II. Sands, manager of Titus route to St. Augustine. Mrs. linker has AUVOOATK representative that he was prize. Wright those who stop there will be well
I| -Miss Lillian Turner, of New Smyrna ville Fish Co., made a trip to St. Luole lust returned from the bedside of her meeting with much encouragement/ In drawing the same treated.Mr. .
Mrs. James PrltcLard the consolation
, arrived In Tltusvllle, last Saturday, and and then up the St.: Johns river to Jack father, at Fort Myers, Fla., who bas been his solicitation for exhibits, but as yet won -
Is a guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. sonville, stopping at various places en dangerously sick, but Is now improving.Mr. he had received but few promises In the prize. George; E. Bates, of the Grand,
Delicious and Mount Vernon
cake II.
peach cream N. will tbe Al-
B.R.Wilson. MlssTurnerlsadaugbter route In search of fish boats. lie line of needlework were open
returned fancy jellies, preserves llotei,
Cbas. II. Walton editor served the and all the tamonte Altamonta
and guests enjoyed ,
Springs
+ of Mr. J. P. Turner, a former resident of Saturday last, having secured eto from the housewives of lire- ,
proprietor the EAST COAST ADVOCATE afternoon. Florida. November 1 and will the
keep
Titusvllle and ba .numerous friends ,
i ,
some six or eight; which will be here on yard county. He wishes the AnvocATKt
who has spent the past! seven weeks In Miss Wright will entertain the Club house open for guests until May 1. It
here, who are glad to see her back In her or about the first of next month, when call attention to this! fact, and to urge;
Boston with her brother Capt. J. O. next Monday. has accommodations for 150.
old homo town. guests.
tbe Tltnsville Fish Co. will their the ladles who make these articles
open to
Walton, and family, Is now In New York There are charming walks and drives on
-The San Mateo baseball club came to house at this place. Mr. Sands left city, where be expects to spend a weekor send him their names, and let him know the grounds while the house has BOO

Titusville last Monday, and played a again, Monday, for St. Lucle, to superintend ten days before returning to Tltusvllle. what they have for exhibit. CHURCH NOTICES.The feet of piazza upon which guests may
the construction of
a building at
match game of ball with the Tltusvllle
FLANNEL
SUITS promenade.
that to be used branch house -We call attention H4.60 TO ts.l O.
place at a to the
team. A continual downpour of rain In proclama-
the morning prevented a game,' but In which will also be opened about the lon of election for the town of Tltusvllle UhoI Former les. prices ,n.ro to fU.at() ; school will Tltusvllle meet at Presbyterian 3JO: Sunday Mr. A. E. Dick, who has managed the

the afternoon a game was played, and first of November. on second page. This election will afternoon. every Sunday Tamp Bay Hotel, at Tampa Bay, Fla.,

resulted In the following score: San BIG BARGAINS- IN LADIES' SUOES be held In the Court House on Monday, for several years, was expected to look
Mateo, 10; Tltusvllle, 3. Tltusvllle accepted I at Rhodes, Tltusvilie.. next, and a full list of officers are to be Orange I tux ex. Th ladles of the Baptist church will after the hotel this coming/ winter, but
her defeat gracefully, and hopes chosen. Everybody should turn outand give an Oyster Supper In the Wager not being able to agree with the ownerof
vote' and thus show that building, Saturday evening, from five to tile the hotel has beeu
that In the near future we can regain our they have an Write for prices on orange boxes, solid property, placed
lost laurels. Large Schooner for Sale. interest In the town, for the Importanceof heads and pin sides In carload lots.Prices seven. Supper 23; cents. on the market. Last week Messrs.

a town Is largely regulated by tbe are right; Harvey & Wood,of the Hotel Bellevue,
interest shown by Its citizens. I Boston, made arrangements with the
Launch
dRice for Male.
Empty Sugar a- Barrels. The two masted schooner "Sunny EAST COAST LUMBER SUPPLY Co. owners to manage the property the comIng -

South, completely overhauled, repainted, Eau Gallle, Fla. winter. Messrs., & Wood

For sale. Address, new EAST rigging COAST and LUMBER new suit&of SUPPLT sails. co Gardner's. Flyers.A Length 23 feet, beam 0 feet. Standing have now a long chain of Harvey hotels, In Boston

WALTER A. MOORE, Eau Gallle Fla. Notice of J>rawln' ;: .Jury." roof and storm curtains. Mahogany they have The Bellevue, TuIIerles,
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. nice line of black Dress Goods 2Jets: finish with Mahogany and glass; partition and Empire; In Florida, they have the
to f21 00; also dress patterns In colors. separating engine room from cockpit. Hotel Bellevlew. at Ilelloalr; In Georgia
Mean Seed for Sale. Butterlck pattern tree, with every dress The Judge; of the County Court and Lockers under all seats. I'antesotecork they have the Piney Woods and Mitchell

Furiitahed house for Kent. at GOcts a yard and upward. the Sheriff of Brevard county, Florida, tilled cushlngs. Hull copper sheathed. House, at Tbomasvllle. In the summer

$3.75 Croquet Sets: 8:'>etal. will meet with the Clerk of tbe Circuit A H. I'. Alco Vapor Motor, safe and reliable season they have the Passaoonoway Inn,
to 1. : "
Refuge, 1,000 $ per bushel. Initial ties worth ; Court, at the clerk's office In Tltusvllle, uses Kerosene. For further at York Cliffs Maine
A house five ".. %>cts 'l:>Cta. par and Tbe Algonquin -
seven-room rooms completely Extra Early ': .&)
Brevard county, Florida, on Monday the ticulars addres "Box : "
7U Andrews
at St. New
C. Brunswick
A. G
,
furnished AIUJK KB:
for rent until Tltnsville
Fla.
spring. Wardwell Kidney $473 ,
:3rd day of November, A, D. 1WW. at 11 tf fit. Augustine, Fla.) ,
Address, "W. :Jg" C. D. PBOVOST, o'clock a. m., for the purpose of drawing L

Care ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle.Ilouaeltoat 2t Georgians, Fla. Notice. the jury to serve at the fell term of Circuit Two Fine Lot For Sale.
Have You Any" teal Estate for
Court In and for Brevard county, -

"Wanted. High Grade Anlica. As there -to Florida, which said court convenes on Hale ? Two fine I 10-aare lots lying on Indian
seems
prevail among some the 24th day of November, A. D. 1WW! ,
River mile.
2 south of
Fort Pierce .
of of the on a
my patrons Et Coast that
I getting
Wanted to charter, on Indian River, a I For growing fruit and vegetables, nolh- am In the north on vacation, etc. I take public being will the take 4th notice Monday and thereof.be Th I am just out my winter list* (good shell road. Each lot has 300 feet

houseboat, for the months of January or log equals our clean Dry Ashes. Potash, this means of advising my patrons that Iam accordiugly. governed of Improved and unimproved properties river fruntagiv; \ High blutf,oovered with

February. Send full particular and actual, guaranteed, &I to 7 per cent. For as per card III ADVOCATE:, still In Witness my band and the seal of the for 4io. Special attention given to prop. palms and hardwood timber. Good for
ertles between
price month to lose write to rest I'alm Beach Sebastian River and tbe oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and pine
per prices, and will continue all
Ibis
Circuit Court, the 23rd day of Octo south side of the St. Lucle
FHHEB AUKS River. apples. >To better location tbe
riverat
JR., G. II. Girnx' & Co., he summer and! winter. ber D. 1002. on
Youth's A. If you have anything to list call oa or price. '1t.OO, for each
Companion Building West Palm Beach, Fla. ; F. H. HOCOHTOJT: I A. A. any ,, lot.
[L.II.J STEWART address
t f Boston Jlass. 2100 Or Atlanta West Palm : C. T. McL'AHTr, C. T. MCCABTY
Ga. each, FIs., Sept. 2, IWtt, Clerk Clrcoit Court Brevard Co., Fla JCIdred, Fla.y Ankuna,,Fla.











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: daring; enough/ to corde on. And the Joined( by parts 61 two regiments that

!I ; 1St I were directly In r front. Using cold -
8 AlLltfptrOf\ I foe did come. The cannon could sweep u.
: S. LAND OFFI'kH. "
found little
steel the Texans to oppose ;
the roadway In front also the edgesof
S.
.
1--: I Ii c i p'xes I the clearings which the Confederates them except fitful doses of canister. W.Ut Robinson. .. ,'I'* 'If!

i I; Ike Ne'i OI\ must cross to get In on either Dank They pressed up to the muzzles of the If you are in want of papers to wrap Offices at Gainesville, i 1"1"!, '"tt |

of the battery.On guns and past them,.the Ohlonns beating V..B. SENATOR!

j ', c.umm each flank of the battery and In tlietn off with revolvers and saber J. Talfaferro.... ,
B. RMallory... 11'..
rB> 5IN( ESS s the rear Sanborn ponte his infantry bayonets., I fAt '..

i regiments. All thla preparation last the enemy was In the bat VEGETABLES writeus U. 8. COXGRESHMl
was
9 ORANGES or Robert W. DavlH.... .
Some of the Federal Infantry your
i -1 G mJ done under a heavy fire of shell and tery. S. JJ.; Sparkman.. ... I ,x04;,! .
ballets, and tbe line was ready not a captains clone: at band wanted to go to FLORIDA .
t\\, LEQISLAn KI
the rescue, but excited artillery teams
moment too soon. Charging three columns E. N. niinlck.Palm

1fif'W: deep the Confederates rushed dashed Into their ranks striking down Printed well K. II. Rauleraon Hach rce. n |
t\ :
r r for the crest where the battery stood. men and breaking up the formatlo\i. for samples and prices. as EXECUTIVE DErART.M i 'ptta

The guns opened with canister, and the Nearly nil of the battery 'horses were Wm. Jennlniru,....,

QfAalvlnaMx/. told.. Infantry alongside the daring assailants disabled: and the guns couldn't be re- tas n. Clay Crawford' ... gu ,? 'ee
t. gave James. B. Whitflold. tae.
moved. Bravely tbe handful of can.DOnel'rs I Yeenln." ,
jaA volley after volley of bullets. Win.
/r 10Iw BheatB..Supt.Pull..,....... ,Ii., ," ..
r'W' The first charge was so easily re- stood by to defend their guns plain. W. N. ", "f'uitin: -
H. E. Mo Lin...... .. .CoiniiilHHlniiu,
.... pulsed that no doubt the men who hada with the last drop of blood. ....C. Croom. .. ,I'1'' It'Ale" : '

.J band In it thought they could easily When tha canister gave out and the J.CIUford R. Foster. Adj, ln trn*",'

*! '' second and third with Confederates had overrun tbe battery, rUNITED-* John Bradford< .. siihu' 'aona'acne" ",
; ZaJL 4Atfelw.mf>1 repel a even a K.E. ... Spat, ;,
only half an effort. The battery was bayoneting every man who refused to COMPANY Offlcen atTallBhft ""ee, EI..rl'1, | |. 'awls'

still Intact its fighting force of flfty- surrender n tew of tbe more desperatewho PAPER SUPREME COURT JI'Ukh(;

four officers and men quite unharmedand were the least hurt drugged them 0Southern 1\1. H. 'IIfabry............ .... ''I"., 'I L

nuuu :: = enough ammunition on hand to selves to the trail of three of the cannon F.B.Y.It.: Taylor.Carter..1..'.......... ....... ..Am.. ''til*I

double charge the guns for the next and spiked them. Some were Office Atlanta Ga.We RAILROAD
killed in the attempt to spoil the remaining COMWISSlONKiiv:
encounter. H. 11:. D..y.. chairman.. ..
Although other Federal guns bad guns the same way. J. L. Morgan.... ... .. .... ?tk

: Fight In the got into position the Confederateswere The enemy didn't enjoy his triumph J.John M L.Bryan Ne ley. ..,.jr....,.clerk.... .. K' 'vSt.MAFa'[ :

bent silencing those of the long for the fresh Federal brigade of Headquarters and onion i .
upon have no connection: with any other house InJAtlanta at Tnlluhea, "r j|,
Eleventh Ohio in the mouth of the General Mower, with some of San- ,. CIRCUIT COURT

vf.it 1! born's men, drove the Texans away. Minor 8. Jones Titusvllle .
pass. Tne southern soldiers were all i ", >
u Pass at lukaI Around the guns lay eighteen dead J. 1>. IteKKS/ Orlando......rroBooiitfnunr. ,Ilda!
desperate men from across the Mississippi .
Ohioans killed with bayonets as they Bnrluu! ;yertn-Fourth Monday II,, AI'nr"I
from Missouri Texas and Ar Fall ferra-Fourth Monday, In \ ",",?!?,.
defended the pieces hand to band. Out
Utt: ** kansas. Reforming their shattered H"- and Ileevea'fp their Intercourse BREVARD CObM-y CO 1 KT
ttUiCop'rlght. of fifty-four cannoneers who handled tain
dashed A. r>. .. .
ranks, they In again with rigorous Penney (l.mi, ind
yens A dense thicket lICl'eenedthem the guns forty-six bad been killed or A SINGULAR with each other to discover their James!:. Andrew*,., .,Pronecutli, Ut.irn. la"

disabled. In the teams sixty horses status. It was soon plain that there A.A.Stewart... i I' ..,? 7t,
[ 1902.\! O. L.
by
K11merji from the Ore on the start; then Spring Terra-Second Mimdur\ < ni> Ma\
out seventy-two had been killed or was no Intercourse! at all, except an Bummer Term-Second Mom In
i Mlwtastppl.! fought Sept 10 they dropped below the bank of a ravine ANNOUNCEMENTOriginal. ; a \illtl111.
F' disabled and six drivers wounded. It official one. The icnptnln. was rather Fall Term-Second Monday In V .i>mr."r
f, 1UKA!!, teas u small affair for the finally bursting Into view 100 Winter Term-Second IIlou I would be bard to find equal fighting In more deferential to, Reeves than to
engaged/ !, but a mammoth yards from the muzzles of the Ohio COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
1 any battery daring the whole war. It others in giving an order, but while he
one for the little handful of Ohio guns. The cannoneers let go their double [ .] R. B. Minis, Superintendent. 1 l-iuentm! .

t ,cannoneers who bore the brunt of It charges of canister the Infantryat took a dozen average artillery fights fora The: real names of those who figure would chat familiarly with us be Member. : J. M. Dixon,chainnanThl..rllh. !,
crack battery to score a list of victims would never do.so with Reeves. As R.N.Andrews Cocoa; C. P. 1'lattn, par Hem '
; (Grant was then at Corinth Just hold the same time plying the charging in this story are necessarily concealed.In .
11 I matching that of the Eleventh Ohio for Archie, we all thought that there COUNTY COMMISSIONERS:> :
''Ing on, As ho had been all summer. ranks with well aimed bullets. the summer of 1S9S we were cruising -
battery In the action fought while the was an undercurrent of contempf for i. R. Walker, chairman Tltnavnu i '
But while the <
The main Confederate and Federal cannon were good for helt
[ al"Imles sun was going! down at luka. forty In Cuban waters. Our ship was a the captain which he was trying to Mlot, Indlanola.l) R. A. fonkllnir, Tillmni", Ink,,
I iliI { of tha,, west were then playing all the enemy could bring against them email wooden gunboat brought temporarily of conferences O. ..y;J. Frank lUtll Wliltt f\a\ ,
conceaL The result
{hide and seek In Tennessee the Confederates their infantry supports only counted years ago. many Regular sessions are held Brut Mondui i tail
!'' The battery fired away IOO founds of into the navy. we had on the subject was that inuntD.
i ) under Bragg aiming north- as man against man and the enemy in
outnumbered canister and the Confederates who One morning the commanding olft.cer's the captain had made a mistake In accusing HREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS
front them. Some In the
'w' .' rward for Ientucky.Grant' .
fr made the first two charges had been be had virtually done A. D. Penney TltuaVllleCo'"II' 'imiJa ''''1\
him. as
; round the
t 1 and the left of the orderly came among / .
i nearest foe was the wilySterlliij rear some on guns > E Andrewa Tltn.v lie; 1'-n, '
frightfully punished. With a few more of and that Reeves had forced A. A. Stewart'litnsuille/ V&1
gave way. The Confederates followedup officers with an order for them to report theft\ taunt ,
Price. Price had crossed his
,s / / J. F. Wooten. Cocoa ... .. Tax Keenan; ,
rounds the brave satisfaction to do what "
perhaps cannoneers him to give him
F Missouri army over the Mississippi\ tIle success and passed' the Sank of In the captain's cabin. As soon E. W. H..II.. 'rituavine\ ,... '. Tax 'lectnt I
f the battery. Fresh companies ofin. would have come out victors all was possible to right the matter. F. H. noye.Tituavllle.... .,. Tmnim I
; to bluster 'as arrived that
'purposely keep up a around we we saw somethingof
It. K.! Mima, Honaventure. IIII1'1'! lint I
through. The Confederates recaptured When the blockade was raised we )
e iA RII >Corinth and prevent Grant from sending funtry were brought to tbe danger Importance was to be communicated. J. O. Fries Tl'uivtlle,. f>unt\ 4arreo,
the guns In a fourth charge but did not were ordered north Reaching port. ..... .
1 dJ troops to Tennessee and Kentuckyto : point hurriedly and once more the assailants "Gentlemen" said the captain, "whenI .J P. llrown.TltiiHvllle ihadf,
M take them from the battlefield. Archie and I went ashore together. I T.J.Cockaliiitt. LaOrange. I.m\l 'u81ar" ,
burled buck with cheersof
help General Btiell who was opposing were came down here at 2 o'clock this
The last charge of the Confederates As we neared the pier I noticed a TITUSVILLK TOWN Cof" 't1.
their In tbe I
victory,on lips. rallying
t Bragg Invasion. In September morning from the bridge, before enterIng .
P ended the battle of luka. They were and extremely pretty woman J. M. Dlxon.mayor; R. E.Alnda' ji ninhil. I
(Price was at Tupelo, south of Corinth fresh companies in the crisis three my room I heard some one within. young and tax ooll..ctor W. 8. Hrannlnir. ; ,Icrl mud I
Federal of driven back. The storm of battle lulled who was evidently awaiting us. trenHiirer Jolui Henry h., R.I
on the railroad. lie could easily dash colonels Eddy' the Forty The door was slightly' ajar, and I sawa ; tax imHexmir hx
and the Federals wept Into bivouac in "You will see the explanation of a Walker, F.Morgan, O. F.Duron. S '' Van. I Ilandlnjchatn
Chambers of the Sixteenth
y on Corinth If be wanted to but Instead eighth Indiana man rifling my desk. I waited till ; and J. L. rarrutherii JI.lIIll"e.", f
t of doing so marched northeast and Iowa atid Boomer of the Twen sight of the Confederates burying their be came out and without making my secret, said Reeves. "Be sure you : The pouncll meets first Tuesday In earl a111th. [
deal The Federals to take "
: prepared It.
it :was debating tho question of dodgingby tyslxthllssourl., were wounded. presence known to him I entered to keep TITUSVII.LE BOAnD OF TRADE:
up the fight on the 20th. but daring! the As soon as we reached the pier the
a New called in to the
Crept and carrying his troops to troops save lint a package of papers missing. The (t. M. Rotiblns pre..lclent.T.Ilr.; Olxi ,rat I Iurer.JJ

/ i&/ ,;Bragg In Tennessee. At the last moment threatened battery bad their bands night Price's army retreated leaving/ man who committed the theft is one lady came forward find greeted Reeves Beat. secretary. ;Meets sec ,'' fte.* |
tbe Ohio guns, like grim sentinels air warmly and somewhat anxiously. He neaday night In each month at theh ix w
full at holding their own and It "
;, [ he decided to attack Grant at of your number.
dawned General Sanborn that the first line of battle. Introduced me, calling her "Mrs." Instead FREE AND ACCEPCED!: MASONS:>
Corinth and went Into at Iuka.I upon Four of us looked at one another as
camp ,
A GEORGE L KILMER. Indian River Lodge, No.DA, holds .iu I
j t the Obioans with the scattered companies of )lIss, which surprised me. n one""
I thirty miles east of that point to wait If a hand grenade had been droppedon the second and fourth Friday evening! as.

tor'General Van Dorn's column to join of Infantry close to it, must ,the deck alJo,"' The fifth. Ensign Then taking a package from his pocket month, at their lodge room Imllnii. lilt. .taut

fight the battle of the guns alone in Perhaps he handed It to her. at 7:30 o'clock p. m. J. K. Walkci W )I.;,
his. I Archie Reeves, a daredevil young fellow F.A.l\lorpn.Seo'F.ORDER .
case the enemy came on again. They Editor-There Is something lacking "I promised you that I would secure
While Price was waiting for Van whom we all loved, looked at none OF EASTERN STAR
did come in the most desperate rush of about the feet of this your letters. Here they are."
; Dorn to come Grant decided to disposeof poem. of us. Nevertheless his face wore the Friendship Chapter, No. II, holds its neeteat
+ r, I of his audacious enemy. lie Bent out the day. The battery was no longer In Poet ( )-Perhaps It's shoes '.. same Imperturbable expression we had It was plain that' the lady had been In tbe Masonic Ixulire room Titnuvillc ir tin |

an Ideal situation. The guns were still sir.-Ohio State Jonrnal. Indiscreet and that the captain, who drat Tuesday. < In each month at8:8oo'oh.ch.m.: ; "
two divisions to attack Julia from the all seen on It In action. I followed the and third Tuesday in each month at '.JI

south and a third division to attack there, the enemy a good distance away direction of his eyes expecting to see was mndly In love with her had acted o'clock p.m. The following; the .illl\,.... 01

and there were sound men to load and Beautiful ComplexionsAre to Bay the least.. unwisely. the lodl8'! Mrs,O. M.HuhLlna. worthi i mama:
t from the west.! It was a plan for a him cast a glance upon the captain denoting Ur. B. R. Wilson worthy )patron .Mrk H R. |
fire. But the rapid double! loads bad .K. A. MjTCIl El* Wilson associate matron Mr. F A M I"<>.nan.,.
/tit large battle but Price didn't watt to spoiled by using any kind of prep- some especial emotion but he !

see the affair through./ ; One brigade of used up nearly all the ammunition eratlon that flUB the pores of the skin looked out of a porthole through which Do frant treai'nrrr Miss. Kate; Stewart Mrs. R.conduotiens C. !Bi-rlmirconr, Mrf ter.Y J.<,-iA.| |

and the Infantry was busy defendingits The best to clear complexion You To Yawn? I n! tt Sobtr. >
11 sj Grant's did about all of the fighting on way secure be could see the tlugshlp. Hughes, nasooiate oon.h1Ctre.sL.llr.' :

the Federal side and one battery of own lines.Already free from nallowneas pimples, When the captain bad spoken he dismissed Feel cold shivering, aching In tIle Adah; Mrs. J. R. Walter Ruth, Mn Mnrthi F.1.
: Esther Mrs. J. I. Carrutliera ;
i c six guns the Eleventh Ohio stood by the battery bad taken some Blotches etc., Is to keep the liver In good l us. Not a word about preferring bones lack of energy/ headache, and Mrs.Morgan. T.. T. Wetuore; Marshal; )11.l hell '

,: t hard blows. Gunners bad been shot order. An occasional done of Heroine great depression? Thrwa symptoms: may Stewart, Glocta.Application': : .
the brigade better than a whole division charges against the'culprit, not a word
!f down, horses had been bit and In their will keep the disease the bowels, renul r about bo followed by violent, headache. lilRh
of supports could have done. a discontinuance of his duties
went about dragging the liver and soestabllah a clear, healthy fever extreme nervousness, a condition
r There wasn't room for masses of Infantry agony limbers and plunging caissons this and complexion. LOc, at Wilson & /Hon.:: nothing but the bare facts. We were known an. malailn. llerbino euros it. for Tax Deed.

f I tt', ( but six guns don't need much way all sure that Reeves was the man referred Take U before the disease' sets n fair hold,
I
I space for spreading out. that rearing and kicking as a mob of Tbe health untliorltifx% in Chicago evidently ., to, yet such was, his bearing, though It will work a cure In any'stag.. N OTl"'E II HKREItY i.IVKX":> TILt ""s.Vi I.
terrified animals wilL Yet there N IxTKR: Taxrertlllij.1'
t' ( K '1 Toward the close of Sept 10 General were Teel repellent of any mention of the accusation J. A. Hopkins, Mai cheater, Kas., writes: hart: : dr.ted iinrvliHKcrof the nth day of Jah t ,'*
that In trouble
1, they are
Sanborn's Federal brigade was march- cool beads on some of these gunners, that none of us broached the sub "I \have used your great medicine Her- has filed\ said certificate In my, .dice'. III 1M
't \ and when the third charging column because of the epidemic of typhoid IV bine for several There l III nothing oracle application for tax deed ti, 'on i n
ing toward luka by the south road jest to him. When we saw that no ex. years. with law. Said cprtlHrutt.
; }'r feeling the way in anticipation of strikIng showed its flanks In tbe clearing on .ver In tlmt ftty. nod tb.*y are not lies! planation was forthcoming no move better for mitmria chills and fever; corilance the<< following eMOrlbedIrOl..rl"lIlal.' laHrevard'f '

i a Confederate The route each side of the pass al shower of canister tutltig uhotit uutiottotnlng ttieinxelves to made toward demanding an Investigation headache, billouHitens, and for a blood- .unt'. Florida\ to wit I'" Tnso-, 'It
outpost
Hd. H, by Hrltt, n.l N. bv M I Set 'II "
pin Ifylng tonic, there in Tall.
I and
tore its the nothingas
Icy' lay through a heavy strip.of woodland through ranks the public. Their regular l bulletins are all except myself felt It Incum : 50o ship 'f1.*., Range 40 K.!) The laid 1 sand! ,>.rli>i(>M-
good at D. R. & Son's.Proclamation ., ,
M lino halted and wavered. of truncate
eased at the date of the issuance
that separated two wide clearings held Interesting rending. Their object Is bent upon tbew.to cut him. r In the name of Wm.Uo.... I'nlomKf,,' '
Colonel Whitfield's Confederate
> by the enemy and upon entering the regiment not only to warn but also to "scare." One night when we were hoveringnear tifloate shall be redeemed .cnonlln, f I. 'as..tu
a Sanborn's column drew the First Texas logion advanced an undefended of the Cuban Eleetlon.TVHEREAS deed will Issnn thereon on tile ami' In -"
the fire part
E pass the Into of .
public
iIlg' across the cleared ground and the nome hygienic'commonsense. toiler A. D.11s)2.Wltneas ) ,..
of Confederate coast Reeves to and 'DH >
artillery and Infantry came me requested my official. signature amt seal
Tbe most I Infected districts
; ,' The place was a capital one to lay an leader' saw that the battery had the are that I should act for him ID. an affair 28h day' of September,A.1). iwtt.! ,
best of the situation so long as Its shot evidently some of the slum neighborhoods SECTION ij; OF. ARTICT.K; 1 Clem 8 al.] A A !STEW RT. ',
ambush and Sanboru would have fall of honor I consented and he sent me Circuit Court Brevard toiinty; ,, I'ulddt"
held Ills had tasted and lu these the health authorities lul& ce. of the Town of Time
: out men already -
luto bad reckless to Surgeon Irwin who Informed ville,
en a trap he been as me requires the Mayor of sal J town to

,4 as some of the British brigadiers in the canister but he ordered them to have been going about with a that he represented the captain. I tion lamia a rrorlaniatlon, calling for an annual elec Notice for-Publication.

s Booth Africa but Instead of rushing chnrgo the guns at all hazards. They kerosene can sprinkling/ food that Is asked him what the lIt'alrVas! about :Marlon or Dixon town nfllcera:Mayor of; the Now.Town therefore of Tittnvllle, I, J:

blindly on be halted the line. moved onward In an.oblique._ course until to tie eaten and trying to clean but he did not know. No one knew. 1/wuethln, my Proclamation calling: for an annual PEPARTMKNT: of TUB': INTI" 'u. ,
- -=wsf election to he held In the Council Chamber Land OifceariJaineavilleFlu..Bept. !! .: ,"
Now the Confederates bad'chosen thing up. "Ittit." says the bulletin. except the two principal The surgeon -' of said town on the fourth Monday the I Notice la thnt tile (.'110".1,
hereli
i l I the place for a deadly blow to the Federals ., "the department hits no authority similarly handed me a paper signed by the 2TTH DAY OF OCTOBER A. D. 1002.' named Settler tlle.l'uotica. firm of III. 11101',, i ::

and rushed at Sanborn' column captain. It was a waiver of his rank make final |>nx>f in aiipnort of 'it I. lal"> ,
to sprinkle the tixvelllnjcs unfit between 8 a. m., and Rundown for that said proof will lie made belori. I' erl, "
p. m., the iiurpo -
expecting to'crush It before it could between the hours of 4 and 0 on the '
for luniinii 11:1 hltll tlOIl. Mrs. O'lxwry'a >eof eleoting l Court at Tituavllle. Fla... on Nut :it' ," ,If,
e R form for battle. The moment of haltt following morning. (toe Mayor large D. Denmark of TitHHVilli i .
4' cow would be u godsend,. In uiuny districts before dawn \Ia..hallln,1] Collector of Taxes :J&413fortheBKHofflevtliinM.Ti: | !MS" "
Shortly bit
and
"' principals One Clerk and Treasurer. He names the followli.it. wltnesnei-. >r
.j l
T of Clik'iiiro today. That historic seconds took the cnpttiln's dingey andpulled One Aa.e.aoc of Taxed and rontlnuoua residence upon and l onlillo) i .
t .
Two Aldermen. said. land via: N. W. RoMnsun, of T It.oan'
r iHiltiml. It will remembered, to the shore. .
IIilk Anchoring the And 1 hereby appoint Harry Wilson,Samuel .1. Fla. ; Itwinr(; Rice, of Tltusrllle, FlaCuyler ....
-r I started the trreut lire In CbU'Hgo In ilngey to the beach we went back of Norton Kotit. A. Holihitt Inxpeutors of laid of l\lIma. Fla.. ro. C."1'. Warren. if II''
election, and Allle 1'. Oruuer Clerk of the Ha.. W. O. ROIIINd1IN! :
the dunes measured off the aameIn
'
1 IMti. Hut did the Chicago uthorltlt'srf'Jtd groundand Pub fee paid. Re*""'
tentinmny whereof I have hereunto Bet ,
ever Charles Lamb's essay on placed our men. and when all wus head and canned,' the neal of the town of Titan-my,

1t they ready the surgeon' gave the word. The vllle toboxtlneil lit Titusvllle, Via this, 8ep-
roan pig? If "0. will recall that Camber 'I, A. I>. IOOS. Notice.
captain received !bullet in the
a
after many ages It wan discovered thatIn arm. (seAL) J. MAIUOX DIXON
Irwln-askeU Jilm if he was 'satisfied \ 'Sir'
Mayor '" +
A order'! to roast a pig It was not necessary CONCERNED: TAKB': XII'II" ,
t NightmareGive. and he said be was. I asked Reeves ALL P. Brown an Sheriff, tl. J" ,ii,
r let to burn down tbe house. Per- If he was satisfied and he also assented. I 'AominiaoamroftimeEtch!!: < ,r I r' '
t Application for Tax Deed. deceased" has alai hla sui-gertlou' in VJjT,,!.
baps Chicago might, clean without I ,
up supposed the two would I the insolvency of the estato of aid ..V.r!! 'alil
point to the fact that excessive or burning It Keif down. shake hands but they did not. The Therefor*a I 1rersnnehaving claim ap, II \b

I 41 t t irregular eating disturb the digestion. surgeon bandaged the wound. The NOTICE IS! HEREBY GIVEN THAT F. H. estate them properly are hereby authenticated required, to HIUMI in! .; '! f ,

a + aI Nightmare or night hag baa it's day time YOU' KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING captain wore his coat as usual and we 77!>, dated purcl the :2nd annr day of Tax of July CertlavatoNo.A. I). MINI! before the 4rh day of April, 1II\1.!) t ? ,.

yI correspondence in the undue fullness Whim you take Grove's Tasteless Chill rowed buck to the ship without any bas filed nalrt rertlncata.in inyofllce, and baimade ''I Ordered this 27th day of Sei'temlieiSeal '

I 5 s, after eating with the belchings and sour fonio because tbe formula Is plainly application for tax let. to IMMIH in accord.a. [ ] A. D. TElam27mar :' shy! ,
one on board knowing the purpose for ce with law. Pall certificate eninnreii UUSI.:
bitter often after the !! COllnl'
or rising so experienced printed on bottle showing that It Is -
every which we had gone. At the Juniors' following laerlbddpropertyaituatellnlir.vard. -
1 too hasty or too hearty eating. ilmgly Iron and! Quinine In a> tasteless county, Florida, tn-wit: Lot 6, milxllvlalon of
Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discoverycures 'o.'ra. 2so cure Xo: //IOc s. mesa". when' we assembled for breakfast fit 4. 8eo.38,and Smith 2n chain. of Lot 1, sec. 'tyANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY ';:M<
.
pay.
\ dyspepsia and other diseases of the the surgeon said'"Gentlemen 36. (auction 3ft .....1311 f In TOWII.hlllli: Pouth.of ,t y man o..laely In each o.unttbualneu _

'41M I stomach and its allied organs of digestion Explorers Peary and Baldwin will no I am authorized by the land RaiiKa Mina 41 ::last.a..es. containing*cl at the date TH. arrea of the. The lioiianre wild solid financial utan.linu.for an old A eslftbh.hell.!i ralllhi J I ear' orb,,?

and nutrition. When these diseasesare captain to announce that be and Mr. of arch rertlnrute In the nninv of Oeo. W. fliatflelu. : weekly! .....h salary of ,18.114'10&101 i | lif ,j"f.'v i,j MlWeilnerday '
doubt lecture ,
> on the frozen north the Unlemt laid .r
cured in the certificate'nhall he redeemed direst
the whole body shares Reeves have had a meeting ashore this with i all l expense" vlnqnartuia. '
according to law, tax deed will "
but not l Issue thereon oil Mor.eysdvsnuedforexPt'I"
Increased derive from food coming season, they are likelyto .uiJ
strength tbe *th
of
morning. The captain received a flesh iluy ictoher. A. D. lac:. Caxton Cblcaito
age\ JtO Bldg
properly digested and perfectly assimil have a monopoly on Information wound in the arm. lie requests that Wltne HIT ..iU.dal.Ignature and seal this tbe
18th day of September,A I>. next
.
about cold weather If the present priceof you keep the matter a secret from the [t7"l\ A. BTBWART..
"Your 'Gnl CountT
+ ftaKe'a Catarrh Remedy have been of irreat coal keeps up. several million peopleIn men. lly O. A. Stewart p.,C.Fla KIDNEY DISEASE

benefit tome."write(Tropleauut A. Oliver this country will be able to give "ticenr' The word was not spoken;
of Viola. Pulton Co. Ark. 'Before" I lined' the
above mentioned retneillei\ my deep''''' ass not graphic descriptions of arctic suffer- It was looked by every man present.
tor
I .", .nd.. digestion hail. a continued feeling of "1 have nothing more to communicate Application Tax Deed aU &<
fags. of
mUery. L now feel. like a new man. Anyone are the most fetal.
In need or medical" treatment for nasal catarrh .

"conM, di, no better than to taLe treatment" of It was plain that the matter of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: THAT C. K, eases.FOLEY'S.
I>r. R. V. Fierce." I know bin medicine" ,* arc all lie Learned n Great Truth.It '. purchaner of Tax ('ertltlcateNo.I ;
right in this clan of diaean. ..." theft as well as the meeting was of a 4n::' dated the art'rtay of July A I>iwj.hun. CURE III

Sometimes a dealer tempted by the Is said of John Wesley that be once personal nature. At any rate, all now ale.l.a.d certlHcatv my office, and boa. made KIDNEY

little more profit paid on the sale of less said of Mistress Wesley : "Why do you felt that they might recognize Reeves. application with law. Said for tax certiorate deed to enibrama teens In the accordant follow Guar3nlaad HalDsd,

meritorious medicines will offer the customer ell that child the same thing over and Though he had not cleared himself of Ing- described property situated In Rrevr l
over again?" "John Wesley because county Florida. to wit: Lot 3, Section. .
B
substitute
s. 1 a as being "just as the charge he had resented the accusa
1- Township 2T.South. Corltain
Range 36 Fast.
t Is not It is for The Mid
once telling enough.
-- -- -- good the It Is better refunded.
as land
Discovery. Uon. The affair gave those of us who being aa..o".1 at the date of tbe lain or money
For him t because it this same reason that you are told again ance of such
t ORIGANS it pays better but is certificate In the name of W. W. by'neat
AXDTKANS rIGHT FOB TIIEOCN8. were not the principals something to remedies recognized
Snail. Unless
and that Chamberlains calil
not aa good for if want the again! Cough certificate shall be redeemed
I lag the Eleventh Ohio guns. wheeled medicine that has you cured you others, and Remedy cures colds and grip; that It talk about daring the dull hours of according tbe 11th clay to of I.w.November tax.. deed A.will D. luoa.lame thereon on physicians as the bast fit

from the narrow road luto the woods which you believe will cure you. counteracts any tendency of these dls- blockading and for this we were Witness my olftelal signature sod Hal thl" the Bladder trouble

and unllmbered on a Blight elevation Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse loses to result la pneumonia, and that It thankful though we itched to know 10th day of October A.D. 11IO'.l. Kidney and

I the is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by what It all about. (Han A. A. STEWART mflJ$'
was
} at the edge of the Umber. The place clogged! system from accumulated Clerk Circuit Conrt nf "re"ard C..., Fla PRICE SOe. ?V

nu; ivis.ail.liUwl.ono.U.the Joe was impurities. all druggists and medicine dealers. After thbJ.wewatcbed.': both the con, Ry o. A.Stewart, Ceput7 Clerk. B. WIJLSOJf SOS
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EAST CUA.ST ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 24, 1902.Professional 3

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Cards.
PRESIDENT'S HUMOR. Growth of Itiirul Free Delivery
What
PearyWhlk YOUlIlIl1bed. LIHUT. PEARY'S STORY.Some
The marvelous growth of the rural I I
Lieutenant IVnry did not
M. BOBBINS Saw Grot.. ia. Sid!! of Bern AU..". free delivery la shown by the
system
GEO reach the Roil of lil. ntubltlon In what Oprrntloa.
iota fact that Podtmnster General
hd Uuclares to lIe his "hiKt dash for the While lying the operating table Paynewilt of His Experiences In
upon
ATTORNEY: AND COUNSELOR / ask congress at its next session toappropriate
polo. and tucked. did not penetrate as In St Vincent's hospital the president '
AT-LAW. the of for the Far North.
$12.000.000
fur north us some of his recent rivals, convulsed those nenr him by facetious sum 1

Will practice In State and United States his uchlcreiuents are nevertheless regarded ly commenting upon the' extreme cantlousuoBa Its maintenance and extension. For

Court. and seriousness of his attendants the fiscal year 1DO1 tho appropriation
as of great Importance by ..cfcutiets. ABOTXO CLIMATE IS NOT 80 BAD.
Office at TiTusvin.it:, FLA. 'J ill'. Miys Washington!: correopoudcnt amounted to but $1..:>0.000. lu the

Lieutenant ferry reached the latitude of tho New York Herald. In next year those figures were wore than

TL.. GAULDEX, of 84 degrees 17 minutes whereas preparing tbe wound for the operation doubled. For the present year the II On. Knows What to Wear and
It was necessary to wash the leg and otllclals have available foY this ,. .
a Nannen worked his to SO( postal how to !.1. II* Sar I'olar Italon
way up
ATTOUJraY-AT-LAW, degrees 14 minutes and the Duke of foot repeatedly In an antiseptic solution purpose the sum of 7500000. It Is !. The limb must have been bathed
estimated that there will be a deficit Be.t ........ for People Suffering
Will practice In all the Courts of the State tho Abru7.7.1 went as fur as 80 degree at least a dozen times before the operation
)r Florida, and the United States Courts. 33 minutes or to within 207 geogrnphIcul was performed. When the cleansing of about $300.000. By July 1. 1UOO. Front Paluionary Il..n>....

I'. O Box,13S. TITUS VTLLE, FLA. miles of the pole. But If Penry process was finally completed the there will be 14.000 rural routes In op Lieutenant" Robert E. IVury, the arctic

failed to make. new record be may; president caused a temporary suspension eration. It Is estimated that It will explorer, bun arrived New York

F" J. WEBB, claim the honor of reaching the hlgtlcs of the serious busluess at hand by require i.0)0KM) to maintain the service : says the Times. With him are Mrs. Mrs. Fred Unrivth
,
latitude yet attnlued in this heiulsphere ejL:claim lug! next year and that tho other $3.. l't:>ury und bin ulne-year-oKl daughter Prrnlilcnt '.......ry Mlrli.rink. Itantonllnrlxtr .

ATTORNET-AT-LAW: "What beautiful headlines this scene OOO.OtH) will be necessary In making the Marie, both of whom went to the arctic ,
nnd there In reason to believethat "After my first baby was born I did not
would wake for some sensational regions lust summer on board the
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th he will be able to make valuable extensions> demanded. item to regain my strength although the
Circuit. Taxes paid l for nonresidentand contributions to the knowledge of paper-"Washed at Last! There seems to bo no doubt that the Windward, the ship that brought the doctor gave me s tonic which he considered -
rents and accounts collected. arctic This little touch of Roosevelt gayety erxlee Is popular with tho farmers explorer back to civilization after n sojourn very superior but Instead cl !getting
geography. He hliuuelf in a letter lifted the curtain of elooui and anxiety of more than four your lu the better I grew! weaker every day. My hui-
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. sent to the United States last year announced which seemed to pervade the operatingroom. / whom It Is designed to bel1e t. Theouly fror.en north.Lieutenant. band insisted that I take Wine of Cardul

that tie bad succeeded in question therefore la whether It Is not Peary Is In excellent for s week and MS what It would do for

A.D.. PENNEY, rounding the northern limit of the President Roosevelt Is very restless growlug faster than the department health Rod, according to his friends me. I did tillS the medicine and was very

Greenland archipelago and in deter uuder his forced, confinement and play can stand. But in answer to this objection looks hardly a day older than when he grateful to find my strength and health
ilowly' retiming.! In two 'weeks I was out
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, mining the character and origin of the fully accuses his physicians ud friends it la urged that the poatotilce nailed away In search of the north of bed and In a! month I was able to take;

TiTC8ViLi.it, paleocrystlc Ice. or floe !Ice, which bas of having formed a conspiracy to deprive department I.. very near a solvent polo When seen at tho St. Deals, haan up my usual duties. I 11m very enthuslaitle -
FLORIDA.
been a phenomenon of special interest him of his liberty. Some very showing and that in time the rural delivery Id he was very willing to answer In Its praise."

Will practice In all the'courts positive and persuasive efforts on the most any question: that might be asked
of the 7th to arctic explorers.It service: will be placed more nearly Wino of Cardni reinforces the organs
Judicial Circuit part of those/ close to him had to be on a paying basis by superseding him but added that ho thought that of generation for the ordeal of pregnancy

seems quite probable that as a result invoked to induce him to, submit to the fourth clans olllces, star routes and nearly everything that be know about and rhililuirth. It prevents! mis

of the repeated failures to reach first operation nt Indianapolis, which the arctic region and everything cine, carriage.: woman who takes Wine
FREDERICK A. MORGAN, the pole and the consequent Incentiveto necessitated the abandonment of his mall messengers and by bringing aboutan for that matter, had been "pumped out of Cardui need four the coming of her

win (fame by doing so the world will western trip.Secretary Increase of business. At any rate of him" since his arrival at Sydney child. If Mrs. Unrath had taken

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, .have a fairly accurate knowledge 01' Hoot was an Important tan there is not likely to be a restriction of Capo proton ou the 18th lust. Wine of Cnrd u I before her baby came
she would not have been weakened
Loans, Notary Public. almost the entire arctic field before tor In the conferenceblch resulted In the delivery. The more It Is extendedthe The first question asked Lieutenant she wa Her rapid recovery should as

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography some daring explorer wins the elite| ( the curtailment of the president's lib greater will be the demand for II Peary was If he thought It possible for commend this. great remedy to every

prize. At the present time love of adventure erty. When the actual condition of affairs new routes. Every part of the country any man to reach the pole. expectant )mother. Wine of Cardui

TiTU8vri.LK| FLA. an' touch as devotion, to scl. was presented to the presidentand will want to share In Its benefits. "I certainly do think It possible," answered regulates the menbtrual flow.

tyTVADE he realized that he might be confined Consequently the expenditures on this the explorer, "uud that man
Is the inducement
to
H. JONES once strongest to his for week ten whose Is latitude 83 and
room a or starting point
enter the rivalry but apparently It Isutllcleut. days,, he entered a vigorous and characteristic account will doubtless be a steadily increasing whose equipment Is the best to bo bud !LUE orCARDjWomen
Item for some to come.
At the of th yearn
beginning e
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE protest Finally SecretaryRoot and who can strike favorable conditions
.. nineteenth century the northwest pas subdued; him partly by remarkIng for the northward dash Is the

Loans and Collections. sage the northeast passage and th e good naturedly:. oui'oesn Cannot he Curedby man who will find tho pole. Of course

TITUSVILLE general extent of Greenland were un- "Mr.: President, it la a case of cutting local applications, as they cannot ho will have to keep at It and maybe as Well as Men

FLOHIDA. known. Today these regions have off your bead to save your leg." reach the diseased portion of the ear will have to make.evgral! attempts before .l sjtfjt* "* fBf
Thoro Is only one way to cure Deafness, he lutlt Ts iii-y. tryoglllu' Are .1'
succeeds the Made Miserable
A. WORLEY been mapped( with a fair degree of de and l that Is by constitutional remedies. by

GEO tail and accuracy at least so far as ,MAGNETISM FOR RAZORS. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition principle thut'a going to rind the

ATTORNEY-AT. concerns outlines. Yet there Is no liidl. of the mucous lining of the Eusta- polo. If 1 could only transfer my experience Kidney Trouble.
LAW. Sam Pr.ncl.co Man Patent Novel chtnn Tube. When this tube gets inflamed to him. the problem would be
General cation of a waning of the exploring .
practice In State ..
and Federal Idea to Keep Theii Sharp you have a rumbling/ sound or much simplified.
Court., ,All business entrusted will spirit. It rather seem to be growingand Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls-
One of the queerest patents ever Imperfect beari'oltllnd when It Is entirely .Lieutenant I'eary was asked if life In
receive prompt'attention. to be minding new, objects of ilia granted has Just been placed on record closed Deafness is the result, and unless the arctic was as unpleasant as It I II rcuraces and lessens ambition; beauty,vigor

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, covery. by a San Francisco man says a Washington the Inflammation can be taken out and scuuetlmcs painted. .',-; u..1; and l cheerfulness soon
disappear when
110 the kidneys
-
Miami. thin tube restored to Its normal
An Interesting variation from the or special to the New York World. condition "It you know what clothes to wear are out of order
.
MIAMI, hearing will be destroyer! forever; nine
FLORIDA. denary arctic expedition, for Instance He thinks he has found a way In oases, out of ten are caused, by catarrh, and how to wear them as well as bow or diseased.

JACKSONVILLE LABOR AGENCY bus lately been proposed by Captain which the lazy or the inapt man may which Is nothing but an inflamed condition to travel up there, taken all In nil, the y Kidney trouble hat

/ & EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.A. Roald Amundsen of Chrlstlnnlu. who have a sharp razor without breaking of the mucous surfaces. arctic Is not such an unpleasant place become so prevalent 1

Intends to set out next not to find his back stropping It. lie proposes to We will give One Hundred Dollars for after nil" ho replied "Of course there I Z.. that It l.i: not uncommon
year
}[. BECK. do It case of Deafness (caused catarrh for a child to be born
by nut guellsiu.IIIe any by ) ere unpleasant things connected with 1 i.J
the actual but locate the
pole, to true afflicted
with weak kid-
Shipping Master, proposition Is that if a magnetIs that cannot be cured by Hall's Catajrh life In the arctic, but If one Is enthusiastic -
Hotel help a specialty. magnetic pole supposed to be tbe extreme I Cure. Send for circulars, free. neys. I lithe child urinates ,.
kept alongside the his Interest In his
cutting edge of a work tides him too often. If the
16
South Laura F. CHENEY Co.
St. northern of North
peninsula : Toledo
razor or other fine edged tool the Q. over all such lcllaantrlc urine scalds the flesh
any unl> lower- ; or If, when the child
JACISONVILLE : 'Sfld J l>v all Druggist/ 73o.Hall's : .
FLOIHDA America and upend a yea there In teeth will be drawn out by magnetic Family 1'11\11\ are the bast. er. If n man were compelled to live In i reaches an are when It should ba able to

taking obser\'a tlonlJ. force, so that the edge will be comparatively the! arctic against his will I Imagine It control the passage, It Is yet afflicted with

STEPHEN E. .FOSTER, even and much sharper. Startles compiled from Poor's Manual would be about tile most disagreeable bed-wetting depend upon It. the cause of
: Caution the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first
J "
In order that a man may not forgetto pluco under the sun.
of Railroads for 1001) show that should ba towards
step the of
AfTORNEY-AT-LAW; This \is not a gentle word-but who put the edge of his razor against a Tho explorer said be thought the these treatment
how there were 3. .OtI5 l locomotive engines Important organs. This unpleasant
think
you liable you are not to pur magnet/ the Inventor bus contrived abur arctic one of the best 1 place on arthfor trouble Is due to a diseased
condition
Sims chase fur and 1.o.VJ.li.VS; : In of the
Building, 7>>o the only remedy universally! freight cars use on
magnet: that In to lu !placed within persons aftilcfcd with pulmonary kidneys and bladder and not to a habit
JAcKsoNVILLE known and a remedy that has. had tin the ::!:7.H33; miles of railroad In this as
FLA. Hide of the diseases. In the most
largest,: sale of any medicine in the worlt one ordinary ru/.or handle : proof of health giving people suppose. ,,fSKtSKtrt1m'f*.
since 180S for the euro and treatment of no Unit the cutting tilxe;: will be In con. country Notwithstanding this vast conditions there he said that nearly Women as well as men are made mWerabla

GEORGE W. ALLEN, Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles tact with the bar till the time the razor I, iMjuliiinent and the additions made everybody who went' uj then came with kidney and bladder trouble,

without losing Its great popularity la not In use.e .... since this compilation, all the road hick weighing[ more and fn a' much and both need the sama great remedy.

AtTORNEY-AT-LAW, all these years you will be thankful w past mind went are suffering seriously better stale of health Koiierully. Lieutenant I The mild and the Immediate effect of

ver WEST, FLORIDA called your There attention to DoHcbee's German. ))1) Good-It 1'iiyw. from luck of motive power and n shortage Peary said that be did not bring by Swamp.Root druggists, In Is soon fifty-realized. It Is sold
Syrup: are so many cough re me
Will practice In the United States dies made by druggists and others that A Chicago man ban observed that, or freight (cnr. For several months any l>klmos south with him this time cent and one dollar t k

.nd State Courts. 9jun03NS. art cheap and good 1 for light colds pur "Good, deeds are bettor than real estate the traffic of nearly all the railroads fpr the reason that those he! !brought sizes. You may have i a rwllbq i

haps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis d"edme of the latter are worthless. has boon up to the total capacity/ of several years ago/, had experienced such sample bottle by mall
IJl'Oup-and especially for Consumption Act kindly and /gently, show sjmpnthyand bard time, many of them succumbing free a bo pamphlet tell- HOIM of s..amp-Root.
BURNHAM, M. D. their power and an the movement of to diseases."How tag all about It.
wbere there Is dlllloult expectoration am l lend a helping band. You can not pulmonary Including many of the
coughing duriaK the nights and mornIngs possibly lose by it." Most men apprecl the enormous crops or nils season" pro about those arctic animals thousands of testimonial letters received 4
SURGEON and 'SPECIALIST, I there is nothing like German Syrup atea kind word and encouragement more grenncH the liiHutllclency! of railroad which you sent to New York and from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer

Ear, Nose and.Throat. Hold by all druggists In civilized world than substantial help. There are per- equipment Is more apparent which arrived hero lost Sunday-do & Co.. Blnghamton, N. Y., ba sure and
G. G. GHKKN Woodburg N. J. sons In this who mention this paper.
community might truthfully you think they will be able to live In
VEST P : "My good friend cheer A
PALM-BEACH FLORIDA. say up. A young woman residing In Mont this climate
A New York woman has Just received few doses of C'haberlaln's Cough Remedy
cbilr.: S, J. him recovered "It's quite a change from 78 degrees
rid just n verdict -
of cold
and there
you Is
a bequest of $10,000 for kindness shown yonr no "
DR. nOUGUTOVSBLOATING danger whatever from pneumonia when of 0 cents ngiilnxt a policeman for north to this clime, replleiX LieutenantPeary
to a sick man years ago. The moral 01': you use that mediclnb. always cures.I kissing her without tier eonm-nt. "'p "!Jut we got them h.\'e all right EJROJEE0J

this Incident l Is plalu. Let us all be kind know It for It has helped me out manya 'heard and with proper attention I think the
have
DENTAL APARTMENTSon miicii of the high quality
to the sick man. time." Sold by all druggists/ and med animals should live."
the "Dentos" icine dealers. of .Icrxcy JiiMtlci." but If this In n fair Uefcurdlng the big Eskimo dog that The Farmer

American Ideas are at last really get- uniil| '<> It Is not to bi forniiieniled. TheluiiglHtrute WUM the king of the puck that pulled The Gardener

Now AT PALM BK.VCH.Foey's ting a foothold In the Philippines. The CHANGES IN FUR FASHIONS. ; who puts HO low n figure an the sledge that carried him to latitude and

n __ _'_ society of women of the various pueblos the price for kissing/ pretty New Jersey 81.17. the farthest point north he The Housewife
Matt Will Il.
Very Lara and
there are now busy forming clubs flat. Quit girl-we uiiiHt II''''II lilt' that she Is reached and which Is among the animals f Tlrreatalanu mom. TIll''' .
Kidney Cure | the policemanwould now In the Bronx park Lieutenant I era wurUi a / mum I
pretty or have
In Imitation of the! organizations In the There are several Important not Umn' lli,. I"1'! Hold, '
hakes kidneys and bladder right. United States.It fur fnihlnns thin changesIn wanted to kiss' her-ought/ to be 1mpea Peary said the dog's" name was not F .wrywlx.nIelx.n. iwd..."...) flue
season, says a special Hrldgeman. bus been D.
ch...I. as reported. Ills M. PIRIIV A CO.
ruble from Paris to the New York .. real name be said was Thar Luk Pok Detroit. Mlon.
IB noted -- -
that those European papers Hcnild.L .
While opening a box J. C. Mount of Souh which In the Eskimo for "the
HomesYou which resent the Interference Of <>uls XIV cloaks are worn la all "
Virginia Three Mum Bay, N. Y, ran a ton big gray fellow.
penny
tbe United !States In tbe treatment of kind of seal, with chinchilla
or mlujver nail through the fleshy part of hla hand Of his work In the arctic Lieutenant
Iloun.inlun Jews do not undertake any for the collars and ruffs. MiniverIs "I thought at once of all the pain and Peary said that he bud charted much

defense of Uoumunla. lintel used for facings and linings. soreness this would cause me," he says, of the northern end and east count of The Largest and Most Comnlare .

learn all about Virginia/ Lands, The French cull It beriulne uiourbet. "nnd Immediately applied Chnmbrlaln's Greenland and also filled la some gap

Its resources, products mode of cultivation The latent battle In Haiti resulted In A novelty. Is petit grim which la tbe Pain rial in an
prices, etc., by reading/ the tbe killing of a conxlderable number of Siberian squirrel skin used for Jack. To my surprise It removed all pain and Information be said which was

for Virginia a i months Farmer.subscription Send to lOcts.the generals. It there were! any privatesIn etc cloaks expensive.and trimmings.Two Tbe fur Is sale the Injured by druggists parts were and medicine soon healed.dealers." For principally geographical but also mete GEO. S, HACKER & SON,
very (centuries It
the ago ecological and zoological.
Farmer Co. engagement they seem to haveeSCRtt'd
Emporla, Va. 9GeneVnl
unhurt was only used by grands seigneurs and Will you make another attempt to
dames. The skins are mucb smaller Joe Wheeler and General discover the pole?" Peary was asked.

3 A N N ER SALVEthe The! autumn of llKtt appear to have than the Canadian tujulrrel's. and tbe ; Corbin appear to be seriously at variance "No; I am through now and I am oms11
belly and lull ore white. Fur in their opinions of the foreign !t
Its full sharp nf trngedlps. and coal at muffs going buck to work In the navy. I, do t
moat healing salve In the world. will be very large and quite flat re- soldiers. General Wheeler says the not know as yet where \ will be stationed.
81.: a ton In nap of them
sembllng carriage foot warmers, and French artillery Is the best In existence 1 will go to Washington In a

Cancer Cured 1>y Blond Italiu.All : are to be made with lapels. and General Corbln declares the few days and report for duty, No; my

BO YEARS' 8kln .ml Bloat lJIM....... Cured. Germans are unexcelled In this respect arctic work was entirely Independentof

EXPERIENCE Mrs. M. L. Adams Fredonla, Ala., Forced to Shave Off H..elt. It Is to be hoped.l that It will not the government, and I will not rw-
took Ilotaolo' moo Balm which rlTeotu- The senior duns of William Jewell port the results of that experience to w
ally cured an eating cancer of the none be netesnary; to hold another court of "
college adopted a rule that no unmarried I the navy department. +
and face. The sores healed Inquiry to settle this
up perfectly. controversy
I member be allowed to wear a "Suppose somebody does get to the
doctors had
Many /given her
opelen8. Hundreds of canes up of cancer case as, mustache, says the Liberty IMo) correspondent Lieutenant I'eary reports that be polo -what do you think they will
4 of the St Louis Globe find 7" MANUFACTURERS
0atingoren, -Dem- OF
suppurating swellings etc.
,
TRADE MARK have been cured by mood Balm. Among ocrat They were given three days In found much' Ice on his latest polar ex 'Ice-nothlng but Ice," Lieutenant

DxsdansCopvssoin other, lips B. )[, Guernoy Warrior which to, get married or remove their cursion. If be think the American Peary answered. Doors Sash, Blinds,
rV
s &c.Anvnna Stand. Ala. tier nose and Up were raw mustaches. Richard 15 jr wot era and Ben people are going to get excited: : over Aerial n'uvlgutlou. Lieutenant IVary

<|nl, ilr urarr imtrtlnf!.1,1 oar*mmtrh oi.muai and tree<1mMT wlrtilher I/f'i. sun M ...... ,,,. ba eating Doctors
prutmbly "&ah Oiinninnlrttj sore. advlserl cut. .
order and their bo of In arctic
fellow use exploration.
l retie naeda.ulnl.. Iliirutbnnkon' trt.nt..en I students shaved year and when coal Is $15: a ton be Is any
. Pntaiiu frft. .. OII taken MK ..........".u.h", for Nunn......"n.i co.D..MnY.race,. the ring sores but,it and failed.Mrs. Guerney Blood Balm Is as well healed their! upper lips. There was much mightily mistaken. Ills own failure to reach the pole, lie A Warcroonm, King, opposite
as
prrljU wotle.*. without" t>hnr.... In lbs ever.. Botanic Blood Balm also cures merriment afforded when tbe two ,-- said was due, to lack of fund Cannon Street.Charcston .

Scientific: Rm rl an.A : eczema. Itching humors, scabs and scales, young, men entered the. chapel. "It OOC.H Kltrlit to the HI.Ot." ] S. C.

hnr>d.oin..!f Illnittraixl __11',.. Ij.r....t rtralAilon bone pains, ulcers, offensive pimples When poln or Irritation .exists on any If Stanley Spencer the English ,
of *nf T.rne. bas bRad\ poison, carbuncles, scrofula 0... nrakeman. Raw Diplomat.David nf the body, tile application Ual- : aeronaut
part 0
.b..L'.tui: : "
f.nr. f..ur n .l. ,. ..r" Sash Weights/ Cord and
n w < ol r risings and bumps on the akin and all Thompson, who was lately lard's Snow Liniment will give prompt continues ns be has begun with ,

MUNN & Co.381B"New! Yt 2rk blood troubles. Druggists, $1 per per appointed Culled states minister to relief. "It /goes tight to the spot" said bill new ulr/tlilp. ttiv light of Huntoa-.

ttrmoctt UlBce. CS F 8L,Wublamon JX i iLD large bottle. ample of Botanic Blood Brazil began life ns a brakeman on I an old man who was" rubbing\ it In, to Dunionfs fume will speedily| be per Hardware
Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood cure his rheumatism. C. It. Hmlth '
the Burlington and ,
force hid
Missouri under
railroadater a bushel
LEAD FOR SALE. In Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble Tropr. Smith House, Tenaba. Texas, Window and Fancy Glas
any quantity be was --
promoted Into -
medic the mechanical .
and advice
at tbe ADVOCATE office.Daley's special sent In write: "I have used HallanI.s Snow rn o
sealed letter. It Is certainly worth while departmentami finally became Liniment In my family for se'eralyears. Doubtless the man wbo committed A SPECIALTY.

Investigating such a remarkable remedy a progressive railroad man. and have found It to be a tine remedy suicide rather than serve on a
Honey and Tar as Blood Balm cures the most awful for all aches and pains, and I recommendIt Jury In a murder case was conscientiously ---- -
worst and most deep seated blood i C1T Filter tubes are now for sale at for pains In the throat and chest." Foley's Honey Tar
ires colds, prevents pneumonia. diseases. thU office, price 2-5cts; postage extra 23c, 'Aw( and 1.00, at Wilson & Son. opposed to Indicting capital and
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I] t !, 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 24. 1902.

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r y. JAMES. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-President.

X ..I EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MR. CLEVELAND'S_ ADVICE. C. S. SCJUUTLEH, Cashier W. S. BJIAJJHING, A st. Cashier
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Nobody la better entitled than RIVER STATE
INDIAN BANK
r A WHKLY: JOOBHAI.DBYOTBD TO TUB DBTBL
Grover Cleveland to offer counsel
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OFMBICT or THB INDIA BIYBB, LA KBWOBTH :
the Democratic of the
X AND BWOATME BAT IBOTIOXR. to party )
, I United States.) It may be said that HealthFOR COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.. nobody ia ao well entitled to offer A QUARTER! '-. Authorized capital, SlOo.coo,

such counsel. For not only every Paid up capital, $25,000
: QBABLBS U. WAI.TOB, Editor A Publleber.I Democrat, but every patriotic citizen re People who have I torpid avers find life a ml *r- 1 Average deposits, $100,000
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whose back to able existence and take purge and drastic dropwbicb
memory goes '
I Discontinuance of advts. must be made per- grip and rack the bowel.when.U they need lea t
+' ully at thl office or by writing. those times must remember with gentle reminder to the UM to da lu duty., -" Transacts General
admiration, even if he does not remember a Banking

d r ObeoK.eto may be made payable to CHABLBIH. with gratitude, that Grover A'MON'S LIVER PILLS \ .

t3 WALTON,publlaher.Address Cleveland was,the President wno, DTONla PELLETS w Business
having his own election, by the ad. J.
ilo all oommonloatlons to mission of everybody, full in view, I are mild in their ,ct oa. The pllte aUmuIate the over to Itoli Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riv
a EAST COAST ADVOCATE., : i proper work and the pellet. Invigorate the sy.tem a. a r.Exchange r.
i ) TITOIVJLLB. FLORIDA. deliberately put it at hazard In or. whole; in abort they both aMtat" Nature, which to all a ? 1 1 bought; and mid CD all F, "rsgoI ,
t tI der to inject into the commonplace medioloe .bould do. Remember that 25 deoee for 25 Countrlei.Ptronag .
y -- -- --- politics of the time what he regarded days eoau 25o. You can have a free aample It )I -- ,

I 17. S. Department of Agriculture as an important and a neglectedissue. you want it. treatment,appreciated.and every favor Prompt coiiHUtnnt wrvlc ulid|'IOn.''lOb.|!

t Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. That was not "politics," but BROWN MFQ. CO. C rvati-ve banking granted

it was manliness. And accordingly New York Jt CORRESPONDENTSSeaboard : .
National Bank of New York
+ The following is a comparative statement though he lost for that time up. and Oreeneville, a National Bank of JackHonvllle, Fla. "'and

1'I r of temperature and rainfall for the on the issue which be challenged, Tenn. rr1TI7 'vILa.13: FLA.
t week ending Tuesday, Oct. 21,1002. at the next trial he won.
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r .. DATK. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. bring to the attention of his political .
d 15 87 73 81 76 THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood
18 86 73 82' 74 associates, the issue of tariff .
17 86 73 81 68iO reform. The present President of
18 84 74 81 ( the United States has committed Sold by B. H. WILSON & SOX. TITUSVILXE.
Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
10 81 71 81 72
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himself to the
propositionthat
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n j 21 86 70 82 71 the tariff has nothing to do 22. app,G. L. 15. Jackson, Ollllard (colored) !''
Total rainfall for the week: 3.40 with the trusts. But the people of 23. Titus, H. T. 16. Phillips\ H. L. .
1 Depatture from normal rainfall for the the United States, Republicans as 24. Vanlandingham, S' O. 17. Richards, Harry W. Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....

week minus 1.15 Inches. Departure well as Democrats, are coming) to 25. Yanlandlngham, W. E. 18.. AVhlppIe, HenryPRECINCT
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from normal! rainfall since January 1 211. Woodward, W. M. foot of Florida.
have their ideas that sub. No. 11. Offices Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Telephone JJo. i62,
own
', minus 17.M Inches. upon 21. Waddell, 'V. B.
: UAL. P. UARDIIT' Observer. ject, ideas which are very far from 28. Wright, J. L. 1. Holmes, H. J. MUNNKRLYN, General Manager.
'1 being those of the President. Andat 29. Wiliihan, :N. 11.PRECINC'l'. 2. Swain, K. W.
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this it is that the 3. Swain, O. S.PRECINCT. -
Juncture ex. No. 3. ._ ,. .IJ
'p .ti ,' RICHARD Olney, former Secretaryof President enters to advise his party 1. Mathers J. R. ''.'':' No. 12.
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State, in the Cleveland cabinet, that the tariff not only has every. PRECINCT No. 4. .' : 1. Burton, R. W. J. MeMurray & Baker
L l I thinks it undignified for a president thing to do with the trusts, so far .. 2. Faulkner, O. "Ny. ,
to interfere the coal strike. Unfortunately as the trusts are injurious to the 1. Barfield!..S. A. ,{hi+. 3. Joy, AV. II.

I for Mr. Olney, the people public welfare, but that the Republicans 3.2. Crabb Frank,, W.u. W.G. .'"Jr";ht. 4. Reed, C. D.PHECINc'r. 4O1-413 East Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida
do with him. Less No. 18.
not agree are awakening to that fact,
4. Green A. D. ; -Makers and Jobbers of-
dignity and more humanity and and that it behooves the Democratsto 6. McNeil I, James M, ;'.; 1. Angel, Fenner
i common sense is needed in the pres. beware lest their own 1 issue be 6. tlllng, 'Vm. ; 2. Brown, Hazzard

t 1 idental chair. taken from them. The danger In 7. Thigpen, O. .. 3. Moore, Alonzo Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
4. Wet hey. E. O. ,
i PRECINCT 5. ,
r American according
I II,1 politics to-day, .T. 6. Wagner, L. W.
IT now appears aa l if there will be to :Mr. Cleveland, is the same as 1. Boynton, C. C. ..,:" PRECINCT No. 14. Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
Pa no lull in Florida politics until the the danger which materialized in 2. Burns, '1'homaa'E. ;'
/ 3. Bates, Titus (colored). ':{;;,,' 1. Bergman, Theo. First-Class Repairing and Painting &c. &c.
election of 1901 Is With Jennings British half
a
past. politics century ago, 4. Dorton, W. B. 2. Harper, F. P ._ .. ,
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J and Stockton after Tallaferi when it said that "the Tories
w was 6. Gore James E. 3. Humphrey, Henry M.
i ; ro's seat in the Senate, with Harris caught the Whigs bathing and stole 6. Ilastle Robert 4. Reese, Wesley
waiting for the gubernatorial light. their clothes." By recalling bit 7. Kitrhell, Win. .',:''', 5. Symmes, 8. B. East Coast Lumber & Supply 1 Co.
8. McAllister, John 6. Whitlock, Fred L.
Ding to strike him, and Barre aad party to its historic standards, Mr U) Otwall'V.'V. .2(* ,
;
;y Clark after Tavis congressional Cleveland has done! it a service, the 10. Stewart, B. J. I "i PRECINCT No. 15.;

$"' h i shoes, it certainly seems as if there measure of which will be given by 11, Ht. Clair, LouisPEECINCTJlNo. ; ). 1, Drier, II.A. GENERAL OFFICE: EAU GALLIE, FLA.

i t, will be something doing politically the response which his appeal meets 6. ,{:" 2. Uulbrondsen, JohnPRECINCT Yards at Titusville, Eaq Gallie and Fort Pierce.

for some time to come. from the managing politicians of ., No. 10.
1. Crosby, Ir 'J.' Complete stock of Lumber and Building :Material of all kinds; Sash and Doors,
the party. He points the way to 2. Malnlin, \V. B. 1. Walker, W. R.PRECINCT. H
FLORIDA will have within her borders honorable victory. It will not be 3. Snedeker, II. O. No. 20: Blinds and Builders' Hardware. Address all orders to the General Office
the his fault if the is not taken. 4. 8irdefl ld, H. C. ; fr,
within next( two or three way 1. Brnth, J. A. 1-
fit. months aa many tourists as she will PEECINCT No. 7. ;::, I 2. Carson, George E. ..

41 know what to do with. Last winter IT 1 la estimated that the attend. 1. Conkling, D. H. 4.3. Ennis Oreech, J., R.]II.A. O.. Hodges c& O'Hara

"r : was her biggest tourlat season, but ance at the World's Fair at St. 3. Williams\ Fred t Hllliard, B. J.
the coming season 'will largely Louts in 1904 should average 173 3. Yowall, H. C.PRECINCT. 6. Lyman, L. A. ...Manufacturers and Dealer in...

I eclipse all previous records, and all 000 daily. The estimate is based No. 8. 7. Lyinan, J. U. Rough
i ., 4 8. Vl'rnerJ.N. and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
hotels and boarding houses will be upon the population within 500 1. Conyers, I. Dressed ,

; taxed to their utmost capacity in miles of the city in comparison with 2. Howard, H. B. ', PRECINCT No. 21." Orange Box 'leads, Fruit and Vegetable Craten. :Moulding, Shingles, etc.

M oaring for them. The tourist sea. the population within the same 4:3. Newland Howard,,J.W.C.J. 1. Burk, N. T. Mills' \ and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered

+,' son is getting longer, too, every distance of Chicago,and the attend 3.2. Jorgensen Hokensen,,C Aiisru.st.N. to any part of the !State.: Address: Hodges & 0'lIala, Buffalo Bluff! Fla.
PRECINCT No.9.
year, they come early and late ance at the Columbian Expositionof ----
stay ; 4. Jensen C. A. --------------------- -- -------
I'' and many invest in homes and have 1893. While Chicago had a 1. Head Richard 8. Little\ J. C.
The Oldest Established Grain and Seed Home In the Stale
their own Florida winter retreat. larger population within her city 2. Hill, J. H. :, (6. Norris, A. J.
3. Keen, J. J.
7. Nystrom, John E.
limits Louis will have ,
St. a much 4. Lawrence, Lewis 8. Richardson, Henry L.. s Yi3aGttt,
7 ii' AFTER lying buried for over a greater exposition and the people 1\. MrOtiiltims.W.\ it. Steen Carl D. Wm.:: : A. Sours: CO.
) century, the famous English prison will have better facilities for travel. 6. O'Brien, C. C. 10. Sorensen: N.PRECINCT. ,
7. George
l f. ship, Jersey, in which several hunt 8. Spell Stacey, W. M. ::- No22. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
tired Americana were martyred SIR Thomas Lipton again shows U. Smith, S. D. 1. Bloden, G. (colored) ,
+ ,14" while the British held New York, that he is a true sportsman. Twice 10. Scott! S. J. W. 2. Cavender, Z.
1f. J In the days of the Revolution, has beaten he has no fault. to find. A 11. Taylor, J. W. 3. Clark, b 1[. C. (colored) ." Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilizers
Thomas J. A. 4. Drone Edward (colored
12. )
nmnu MHLSTLotns.
I rM '' "t beJn accidentally discovered at the third time he becomes a challengerfor 13.: TownienU. H 3. Davis, M. }'. (colored) KG. 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Brooklyn Navy Yark by the work. the America's cup and he will 14. Wright, J. A.IRECINCT. 6. Frazier, Lea (colored)
1 (.; 7 men, wbo were putting up the built! a third Shamrock. He says No. 10. 7. Glenn, A. G. (colored) Agts; for .Turin Feed Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. K'y. and Plant System.

;tt launching stays for the battleship that he ia anticipating another visit 8. Herring, Richard
1. Benson, Luke ],[. (colored). 0. Jackson, Carey (colored)
Al Connecticut. Historical associations to this country with the keenest 2. Balles, J. S. (colored). 10. Johnson, James (colored-
tyl' have been searching for the pleasure, come victory or come de 3. Blair, George II. 11. Hearney, W K. ((colored) P. HAihlnaaxi c& ,Co.
Jersey for fifty years. The half. feat. This i I" a good spirit, which 4.. Britt, L. B. 12. Lee, John (colored)
{ f burned hull of the ship Is lying un. only a'man of Sir Thomas' calibre' 5. Barker. L. II. 13. Layport, W. W. .
M. C. colored 14. Manner Hoses\ (colored
0. Cook, ( ) ) '
der twelve or fourteen feet of water could show. An honor to the noble 7. Connid. Jake (colored). 15. Perry James (colored) 261 Washington St. ) NEW YORK.
1; i and Is In perfect condition. sports of yacht racing Is Sir Thom. 8. Drake, John L. 16. Soloman, S. (colored) 93 Murray Street. } N. Y.

as Lipton.. 0. Davidson, S. B. 17. Same, John II. (colored)
10. Ellerson, James 18. Weir, J. I>. H.
WEST Palm Beach will, this sea 11. Kultz, O. A. II). Womack Ed (colored) HEADQUARTERS FOB FANCY-
1 son, be better prepared than ever A FEW APPLICATIONS of Hancock'; U.: Frlnk.J. '20. Williams B. J. (colored)
; before to entertain the winter tour. Liquid Sulphur will, \ \ cure any case of 13. Grant, George (colored) 21. Wilson, ly. AV. (colored) :F--J.or1 1..a. r.an.ges:
4 ists, who will loon begin to flock Ground Itch, at B. R. Wilson Son's. 1-1. Johnson, John J.(colored) V!:*. Williams, Wash (colored)

it there from every quarter of the I ..a.n.d: G-r..a.peJru.1."t.:
i \, globe. With the completion of the NAMES STRICKEN FROM THE
it cj new theatre, the Improvements that REGISTRATION BOOKS. The Pioneer Cooperage. We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent

i U' have been and are still being made you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.

I at the City Park, and the building The Board examined and revised the LAGRANGE, -, FLORIDA.I ,

of the rock road to Delray, which Registration Books and the followingnames manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, Cheaply and expeditlonsly.
t
i 4 will afford excellent driving, wheel. were erased therefrom, this October When In need of a tank, write me.for estimate, sal can fill your order to perfection. ESTABLISHED 1870.M. .
JI t 'i 1 ; ing and automobile riding, together 18th, 1DO-J IPRECIfOT i TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla;

4t f with many other general Improve. ::- No. 1. '

1 '1 meats that have been made in the 1. Beck, W. A. Lane & Son

appearance: of the town within the :2.. Bowman, J. E. Taber's TreesDave ,
kt j I
past few months, there Is no reason 3. Carlile, J. A.
L 4. Chamberlain B. 230 WASHINGTON
STREET, NEW YORK.
why West Palm Beach should
( not 5. Carlile, John A.
be able to give her visitors a good 0. Carllle, H. A. an enviable reputation for being well grown, thilCty and true to name-
time when they come. 7. Hill, Win. very Important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands of satisfied Southern Fruit and Produce
8. Johnson, Sam (colored). customers Is the United /States: Government, for whom we are growing special
0. LouisannaJoe. hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years extensive
.1' Ill N THERE ia one trust or combination 10. Trescott, 'I'. O. Orchard and Nursery experience Is at your service. Fruit" trees, :Shade:! trees, Roses

1 ; of capital which ha benefltted 11. Mrahan, F. A.VRECINCT. and Ornamentals. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free. OOt"n.t"n.1ssion.: Merchas: : : : ..ts.
( I GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, O. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR
t I. Florida and her people millions of No. :a. .
Glen Saint Mary, Florida.
dollars, and that is the Standard 1. Brown, U. J. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .

Ire 011 Company says the Voluaia 2. Curtis, C. C.

County Record. :Mr. Flagler, who 3. ChatTte, F. S. Cards and onr quotations furnished on application.
owns millions of dollars of the stockyI'i 4. Cleveland, W. A. Buffalo Gasoline Motor. -
( Carpenter, W. C.
/ of that
company, has; with the n. Dillon\ John -

money, made a once barren portion 7. }'urlong.l'V.: F. OLJ\7J'J: : :' :aeOrBEJeS.! ::: : ,
i of the State bloom like a rose-a 8. Geiger S. D. 13 ABSOLUTELY: RELIABLE
veritable 0. Goldsmith, James P.
paradise of the East Coast
10. Orant, J. W. IN ALL WEATHER. Produce Commission
I from St. Merchants.
i' Augustine nearly four 11. Hughes, J. A.
( hundred miles down the coast to 12. Hinton, J. T. When you, get disgusted with
below Cutler, and thousands of people 13. Keel l, Charles A. Florida
I s 0' are locating along the line of 14.13. T.yman Maxwell, J. L. cheap engines try the Pines Our Specialty.
his railroad : Joseph (colored).
homes .
1 making and developing 16. Mercler. George J. .BUFFALO.
orange groves, pineapple 17. Nichols! Wm. a
fields and truck farms. Mr. Flag. 1$. Nail, John L. GEO. K. WALLACE, 335 Washington Street
let'ia using his great wealth for the 10.{) Veeples, George.
I benefit of mankind. 20. hand, T. E. West Palm Beach, Florida. NEW YORK.
i 21. :hcreven,J. B.
References: Our 33 years record. Chatham National Bank, New York.
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Stuart. Tibbals.Much Melbourne. Rockledge-Cocoa. GEORO MARX. JOHN MARL


1'VJ[ JEit :BRC: >S.
[r. Ireland, of Tibbals, called on sport Is' being bad here now, Horace R. Shares and bride are expected .
UOODB A HOOIJJ-R"I\I: Estate And Loans.
nds here, Tuesday. catching fish with hook and line off the Agent! for .Htita, London and Liverpool and Saturday or Sunday.
Bell Is work small docks, as the river seems to have Hloba, Providence Washington. and Bun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS
ontractor rushing on an unlimited at Insurance. Special attention paid to the The rains continue and everything Is
supply present.
in Domino's residence. interests of non-realdent flourishing like a green bay tree.

Join, to Mr. and Mrs. fuld Schroeder, W. W. Luce Is erecting a very artistic I Albert H. Smith la finishing a boat
green house on his lawn. Willie con- DR r. A. PEKK-PnvsioiAW ANt 81J1t01I0N. up Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
j Cocoa, Fla., on Oct. 15th, a son. tinues to improve and build cages, but and Resilience, Melbourne.afternoons. Eau Galllu, Tumtay. for rowboat.Mr.himself. that/ will he a beauty for a

J. C. Hancock visited Fort Pierce and keeps us guessing when he expects to Friday f

lost Palm Beach during the week. catch his bird. and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin: are ex-
I g- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, pected to arrive on Friday of this week, Coiner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Capt. McNeil returned Thursday from Mrs. Geo. Saeger pleasantly entertained the of the
very pink paper East Const, will be from New Havvo Conn. for the winter.
cruise on the Indian river as far as on Thursday last, members received at the Melbourne I' stomce. ,
jrant. of the Tibbals club. Mrs. Saeger, who Dr.'Hinnbo: who recently purchasedthe WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

|T. J. DeSteubeu, of Gosllngsvllle, was : Is also a member of the club, makes an Capt. Sam Martin bas been spending a Patterson grove, Is having extensive
1 town Tuesday, attending to business excellent h)stells. few days at Jupiter. additions and improvements made to the PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .
bouse,
iatteis. W. R. Hardee, wife and little son, Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season

of Eden called here Clifton, of Jensen, were pleasant callerson hawing Rev It. H. ,
}Mrs. Sal,1Dderst Sturgess; a Baptist clergyman JTJ0rWe solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable
be day this week attending to business Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters, on Sun- had an appointment for religious

atters. day last. We always welcome friends Mrs. John Goode returned home on services at the chapel at Hockledge, on -------._-- ----- ---
from neighboring towns. Sunday, after a pleasant visit to Rose- Friday evening. .
IF. C. Hancock Is busy with a force of land. SHIPPING IMMATURE FLOR-
Sen plantingout, slips on his pineapple Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris entertaineda O. F. Paddlson, of Eau up, I
iantation.JR.: few friends an Friday evening last. Miss Helen Miller is home from Ta- Monday, between trains, looking after IDAS.
Those from out of town were Mr. and (}ranjte. Her friends. are glad to have his interests at Rockledge./ Mr. Paddlson A HEALTH POLICYThe
R. Ricou's launch, the Anita, Capt. Mrs. S. F. Webb, of Eden, and Mrs. her here again. hustles around lively. .
of Florida
A few consignments
oranges
|an Ross, was out on Lane's marineIlwav. Hudson Pine Bluff Ark.Mr.
Friday. Homer Conkllnff: has returned home Mr. Williford killed a five-foot rattler, have come to the New York market this system Is from natural

and Mrs. Harry Jennings, their from Sebastian. We are glad to have diamond back, In the Plaza grove, Wednesday week, so green that they have had to be causes, d'bUitntelor! run-down
[ Deputy Sheriff King, of Jupiter, spent son, Lain, and Miss Gertrude England him back again. afternoon. One rattler less, but clapped into the ripening rooms, and the both lit the spring Iud fall. Th
be day here Monday, looking after vio- spent several days of this and last weekIn they had better watch for Its mate receivers are none too hippy at getting II1'11I40nchal ell are always a tax
tors of the 'law West Palm Beach, shopping and having Chas. IIorton and son, Howard, of them. Several have, as a matter of fact, on tho huiuuu orgauiaiu. The

Miss Susan Kitching Is visiting her: some dental work done.F. Fort Pierce, were.In town the past week A. L. Hatch and Tom Gibbons were written their ,shippers Imploring them to' blood becomes hit pare In the
visiting! relatives. busy Wednesday setting out St. Augus hold oft, and vitality lug In the fall.
spring
other B. Kitching and family at Se- i \
M Hudson Is one of the busiest men tine grass on the highway, In the space Tho Guide! used muchprinter's little I little assistance
Last .
stlan this week. S. F. Gibbs spent a few days with his season A care a ,
In our burg. He Is making extensive between the wagon track and the sidewalk Inculcate the lesson will In
family, the past week, but returned to Ink trying to and mature do the rent as it
| Geo. Parks Is building an upper ve- preparations for a winter garden. The Neoga again on Sunday. on the growers that the premature always trying to maintain health.

nda onto his store building. E. Styp- writer don't like to throw out any hints, M. J. Hammant, of ITammAllt&Co.,of shipment of Florida oranges did incalculable Frequently! the weakest organ will
bas charge of the work. but she is very fond of vegetables, and, Mrs Maggie Johnson has been 111 for
Ban New York, and A. I Marsh of the and farreachlng harm to their show the most disorder, and this
of course, wish him success. the past few days, but we are glad to ,
I lIon. F. C. Alcher, County Commls- the report that she is better.W. : get Larkin House, Watch Hill, It. I., and the future market In New York and every often leads" to wrong treatment.For .
oner of this district, spent Sunday; The continuous rains during the past Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, spent other center. Some freak high prices I\t) the debilitated conditions
ivening here, with II. W. Bessey. three weeks have had remarkable effecton T. Well's pretty launch is undergoing two days here, this week looking over the commencement of the season will of spring or full, or any other
all vegetation, especially weeds and a few repairs and will be In tlrst the Hotel Indian River, taking stock of make no amends for the distrust of and time, for that matter the right
| Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Rea arrived Sun- grass, and as all our residents take class order when Mr. Morgan Is through the needs and repairs for opening. distaste for Florida oranges that will be thing to do in to build{I up the

ay evening from ,Washington, D. C.. special interest In the appearance of their with her infallibly instilled among consumers by whole It 1 lit not your stomach -
? (here they have been visiting relatives. property, all are kept busy between Your correspondent bogs to return the distribution of fruit half white pulp or Aver, or nerves alone that
Capt. Alex. J. Goode drove down from thanks to the editor of the AUTOMATIC the weakened .
showers. and the other half acid that sets cause the trouble; you are -
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert McPherson re- Eau Gallie, last Monday evening, to take for the kind remembrance received a few teeth on edge. To enter green and unripe all over and must have re-
Burned Monday evening from Seabreeze, The fall crop of pineapples are now the Misses Mozel Williams and Jessie days ago Asa work of art it Is to be Florida 'orange Into competitionwith newed strength and vitality. These

here they have been spending the sum beginning to move. While the shipments Goode and John Nicholson to a party at prized, as a national emblem It Is to botieasuiod. a sweet Jamaica or California give yu cannot get so

, per.H.. will not be very large, they will Eau Gallle. Mr. Walton remembers his the Florida grower a black eye from the F. quickly or surely cor

W. Bessey has purchased a build continue regularly and last for several, 1'tucb, to the d IJlht of her many oolaborers who help to make his paper start It must be remembered ever and safely as by using
ng site of E.Stypman,on the river front, months, as the fall bloom extended over friends, Miss Mozef Williams returned so successful and popular. always that the ultimate court of appeal .
hlch'ls one of the most desirable loca a much larger period of time than usual. which makes breaks the market Is the
home
from New York, last week. She Cards have been received announcing or Dr. HARTER'S
{ions in town. At the present prices the pines are selling I
; reports a most delightful time with the arrival of George Eugene Sebrlng, jr., manor woman or household upon whose
for which from three to five
Mrs. Fred Hudson, of Tlbbals. was a i dollars, ranges will friends, but Is glad to be back: In Mel to gladden the hearts of Ms parents. table or out of whose hand the fruit I I. IRON TONIC
crate
assenger on Tuesday's son tbbouud per our growers got bourne 1I llln. Ills ad vent occurod on Sept. :Iloth, nt their eaten. It la of the utmost Importance
little
quite pocket change.
rain. Mrs. Hudson will spend a few a home at Subrlng, Ohio. The little, Buck- that the consumer should get the Idea When you use Dr. Harter's Iron

ays at Palm Beach. J. T. Waters, of this place, Is now offering A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT.-Mr. eye will probably visit Kocklodgo this that the Florida orange of 1002: Is fully Tonic you are helping to renew

Miss visited some very desirable Improved property Owen Dunn, of Benton Ferry, W. Va., winter, when the family come to occupy up to those traditions of former years the vigor of ever fiber of your
friends
Amy Hitching at for sale located In the very heart of writes: "I have had kidney and bladder their beautiful home hero. which It Is still affectionately enshrinedIn body. You KriJ cleansing and enriching -
'ibbals Thursday, and attended a meet the settlement which will the minds of the American public.
mean more blood are
trouble for and It became HO bad your ; you
ng of the Tibbals Bathing Club. Miss settlers here In the near future, as such years The only way to foster this Idea Is to strengthening your stomach andIncreasing
that I SPENT
of Tibbals was obliged to get: up at least a MORE THAN $IOOO.-W..
Itching speaks very highly property will not remain on the market ship fruit worthy of those traditions and the digestive fluids
dozen times ; you
nd the Tibbalites. a night. I never receivedany Baker, of Plalnvlew, Neb., writes: "My
long at the price he Is offering It. It permanent benefit from any medicine wlf j suIToiud from lung trouble for lit worthy of tho /State. By holding the are building up and renewing the

Miss Arrol Lawson, a charming young Is to be hoped that others will follow until tried Foley's Kidney Cure. After teen yeais. She tried a number of doc. fruit till It Is mature will benefit growers activity of your kidneys and liver;

dy from Sebastian, spent Sunday here.. Mr. example and offer buildinglots using two bottlos, I am cured." For tors and I spent over $1,000 without relief. and shippers alike,-N. Y. Fruitmau'sUukde. and" you are feeding and revitalizing -

[|ttending church and visiting her friend, for sale and give prospectors a sale by B. 1C. Wilson & Son. Slut became 'very low and lost all hope.A I your nervous ",V stern You
Iss Amy Kitching. Miss Lawson Is chance to Increase our population. friend reoommenod Fole,,'. Honey and cannot do this without getting

aching the public school at Sprucebluff Capt. Archie Mosler, who Is captainand HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cures Tar, and thanks to this great remedy, It NEVER ASK ADVICE when you well, mid you cannot take Dr. liartar's -

H. W. Bessey, has commenced workn general manager of the Jensen Cornet all blood and skin diseases. For sale by saved her life. She enjoys better health have a cough or cold, don't ask what Is Iron Tonlo without doing it.

his new launch. She will be about Band, called on the Waters boys last B. R. Wilson >foot water line, 0-foot beam and haven week| In the Interest of his band. He l la substitutes. For sale by B. n: Wilson little or no men-It and perhaps dangerous. CHICAGO ILL, Nov. 28 JUOL

8-borse power gasolene engine. Mr. trying to get it re-organized again, and, &; !Son. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar The 7)r. irnrltrr MnlMnt C*>., DoyloM, O.UBNTI.BMINI .

essay Is building this launch for the use was promised help in his efforts by our Eau Gallie.The the greatest throat and lung remedy, It mend Ur.. llartor's-lunu Iron ml r"UnMlyr.ocm.Tonic!, M f

|f the guests at the hotel this winter. boys, who play first and second cornet IIANCOCK'SLIQUID SULPHUR cures cures coughs and colds quickly. Kor firmly believe It I M the bent Ionia on the
i and stare drum and were former members Prickly Heat in one application, at B.R. sale by B. R. Wilson Son. market to-dsv.. Every!: spring and fall
Rev. Dr. Moore preached here last of the ban I. Capt. Mosler deserves J. L. Harrison cottage will shortly Wilson &; Son's drug store. my system seems to lie In nerd of 'a

unday morning and evening to large much credit, as do some of the other be occupied by a bride and groom.F. onto have taken mill, a for bottle the of pest your three tnnlo yesrs twlo 1

iongregatlons. A great Improvement Is members, in his untiring efforts to keep BREVARD COUNTY'S ROCK aynnr. How. JOHM J. Jl'1'"LONG,
E. Hatch has customers for
To be noticed In the Sunday School underlie more to the it/.nolll Leglrlahna
the band in order and Is deserving Malabar.Oranges ffprnttHntivf
working
[ able leadership of Mrs. Thomas IIo- of a helping hand from the peo his delicious milk than he can supply I QUARRY. 1351: O.good HI., Chicago.

artb.: Miss Ida Baker has been appointed pie of the town, Major Jordan's garden, In West Eau WOK SALE tVERYWWERE.

secretary, and Mrs Chas. Mo- Gallle, Is well worth a visit. Everythingseems /.: and grapefruit are beginning( The County Commissioners of Brevanl
JMierson, organist Mrs. Walter Kltcb- to thrive under the Major's ands. to color up; thorns will be a light In
ng, Mrs Chas. MctMieraon, Mrs. Homer No danger of consumption If you use this crop County, through their agent, lion. C. T.
|jtVitham and Mr. B. Kitching have been Foley's Honey and Tar lo cure that stubborn G. Alnsworth's residence Is much improved suction this year. McCarty, have purchased twenty acre A Fine 1'lnce For Bale.

Appointed teachers of the four classes. Cough.! For sale by Wilson & Son. by having two coats of paint ap Bert S.iltzmun,Wllllamstown, N. Y., tract of rock land In Dade county.

plied. The work has just been com- a nephew of E. W Schuyler, ariLvod last They propose: as fast as possible to build 200 feet on Indian River, nnd running

"WATCH THE KIDNEV3."-"When pleted. week, and expects to settle ou Indian good roads. throughout the length of the back ilOOft. to county road ; a lot adlolo-
affected life Is Eden. River. I county, and the rock from this quarry Ing 138ft., river hunt, running back
in
hey are danger, says Mr. R"dIrs.. James Mackie, of BulTalo
will be used for that
Throughout -
)r. Abernethy, the great English physi- N. Y., have rented the Burnett residence Professor Maoey, supervising teacher a large portion purpose.of the county the 140ft ; on a bluff, 20ft. above the river
which Is salt and three millS
water
Ian. Foley' Kidney Cure makes Hound Mosquitoi are gone. on the Eau Gallle river for the for Brevard county, came, Sunday night, road runs within a short distance from wide at thla place. ,
For sale Wilson & Son. to assist Miss
pidneys. by ; winter. Saunders in the
:Mrs. Rlcou and Mrs. Rosa, of Jensen, school this opening the banks of the historic Indian river. House of six rooms, has been: kept
were pleasant callers In Eden on Monday Alex. Near has added a story to his did not at arrive place, but as Miss Saunders When the rock road Is completed, no painted and In good repair; 23ft. front
the school did
White City. residence on Houston street, making It pot open more beautiful(! plcttiresuqe roadwaycan river bank, commanding a beautiful view
Mis. Ed Andrews and daughter, Grace, as expected be found In the State. Through the .
oue of the most comfortable and roomy of Indian River; stairs lead down t*
spent Tuesday,with Mrs. W. F. Richards. Louses on the street.Miss Dr. J. R. Ham, who purchased a place pineapple belt It will pass through many the river, and a dock built out Into the

I Mr. Poppell has built a packing house, Mr. Hastings, who clerks for Cureton Bessie Hodgson has been confinedto here lest spring, arrived Saturday, accom. miles of solid pineapple fields. The people water to accommodate small boats A.
which he greatly needed. Bros., took: a short vacation and during panied by his wife and daughter, and I of Brevard county are thorough/ never-falling well with pump near kitchen -
the Lodge: by illness for a week or two
his absence Fred Saeger took his place. are nicely settled In their new home. : awake In regard to /good roads, and wllnever door, and a never-fatilug spring ofclear
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson the but Is about usual. Dr.
were guests again as Hugh
)be ,
satisfied l until the whole
Dr. Ham and family are from Dover, N. countyIs cool, pure water a short distance
bf Mrs. Gustafsen Sunday. Mrs. W. F. Richards made a lett had charge of the case.
up party 11., and we welcome them here. a network of rock or shell roads.Homeseeker. .- from house. Home lot and poultry yard
Mr. Peter Jensen came home Sunday on Saturday and Mr. C. A. Robinson. Mrs S. E. Barbour's grounds are In fenced with poultry netting. One house
took them all to the beach in his
or a short visit to his family. launch. over beautiful order and kept so by Mr. Tlios.Sumter. DANGER IN FALL COLDS. Colds for poultry and Belgian hares 12x22: : : feats,
Mrs. Barbour will be In her Eau and smaller house.
a fancy poultry
Miss of Wa. Wa attended the are liable to hang all
Greggs winter When
on ad"ertillemen'lIn
leaving/
ltr! answering
Rev. F. W. Weatherwax will hold ser Gallle house some time this month. It orange trees just coming Into bearing
dance here last Saturday night. the seeds of pneumonia bronchitis or these polumns would confer a
,
you
the church Sabbath 2 tree.:1 I:
vice In next grapefruit : peach trees,
cozy The grounds about the residence of consumption. Foley's and Tar favor the the
by advt. In
Honey
saying saw
Mrs. Austin entertained a few friends October 20th, at 11 a. m. and at 7:30: you : scuppernong grape vines-all bear In/-/
Wm.'froutler are In beautiful order. A cures quickly and prevents serious EAST COAST
ADVOCATE doing
re- By so
ast Friday, In honor of her birthday.Ira p. m, as usual. !several kumquats| and guava bushes.
stroll along the bank of the Eau Gallfe sults. It Is old and reliable, tried and you will receive better attention from shade trees and trees and shrub
Lamont Is home from Jensen on aacatlon. Mr. Miller and Harry Thomson madea river, through these grounds Is l a pleas tested, Hnfe and sure, contains no opiates the advertisers. the house.A tropical

Ills friends are glad to see trip to the Inlet on a fish hunt. They ure. and will not constipate. For sale by I near road river
along near!
good
him well. fish however will B. It. Wilson A Hon. county
looking reported scarce, they
II. U. Hodgson has commenced buildIng bank, from Tllimvllle, the county seat,
In the meantime haveto
George Beck: has been home for several try again. we a house. From the plans this promIses Goslingsville.Mr eleven miles north, to threklydgeabeau.
thank them for excellent treat vie
(days as the sawmill at Wa Wa has been an to be one of the handsomest housesIn Indianola.Miss tiful winter res..it, nine miles south, wick
smoked mullet.
Closed for want of orders. some good Eau Gallle. The lot extends to Indian Coo >s, a nice little bi-iioecs; town, and

The dance We have nothing about which to write, river and fronts on Houston street. George Beck went out hunting, City Point between. lta
pleasant affair Saturday and well night attended was a,very notWithstanding ;. this Is a mistake, we have a very Important Dr. Carlos Booth and family, of Beatrice Sanders left Tuesday Tuesday, and brought In a fine deer. mile west. Postnlllce and school iiear.
subject, good roads, that were so afternoon for Miami Five sorer of very fine fruit laud near.
where she has
the unpleasant weather. Youngstown 0., are expected: In Eau accepted Our school. closed on the 22nd: Inst.
and i station from which (title for
long In coming are now gradually ( a was /given
a position In the Miami school
Gallle this coming winter. The Doctor
Some of the did work In the
pupils good
And now our farmeis are crying too creeping up on us. Shell has been laidas section houses) containing a "beautiful
vetl too wet! while a few weeks ago the far north as Mr. W. R. Hardees.- will Lave a power launch for his winter )lr. and Mrs. J. M. Field will leave examination. young peach orchid of |100( ir, cs, mostly

pry was too dry. Well It Is wet enough, not that fine We are busy studying the cruising, ready against his arrival. next week for Georgians, as Mr. Field Mr. Middleton looks happy these. daysas In bearing, bole tine crop this y'ear;.

or the rainy season Is surely on, but as bicycle catalogue. Cement walks have taken: the place of baa a position for the winter with C. D. If he expected: to go to house keeping fruit good size and exceedingly rick
the mosquitoes are not so numerous we the brick laid some time since about the Provost. We shall miss all these young In the Dear future. flavor, A little house rear station Always -

ught to be thankful for that. Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs' residence of our townsman, O. F. Paddlson. people very much. rents for 91 or 11.60( per month.

and colds and prevents pneumonia. Takeno This Is a decided Improvementand Services next Sunday 211th<> Inst. This October has certainly tried to par- Experts: pronounce this soil pnitlrularlr
Mr. Dutton has been putting up abed Ly boil us so far, but If predictions are
adds to the beauty of this handsome adapted to culture. rice, by ad
la which to store wagons and ma- substitutes. For sale by Wilson A Son home. very Rev. Hturgess, of Palm Beach. Sunday correct the hot weather Is lust com grape "BOX 1O "

chinery. If more of our farmer. would school at 10 a. m., preaching/ at II. mencing. What will happen when It I Is dressing. Ilsrdeevllle. Fta."

house their farm tools they would make Fort Pierce.Sheriff Dr. and Mrs. John Booth, of Oleans, Evening service at 7:30: preceded by a seven times hotter, or 714* In the shade ,
oney by saving the destruction of such N. Y., are expected !guests In Eau Gallle song service at 7. All services standard
tools, as there are more tools rotted and this coming season. The Doctor and his time. I Mrs. DeHtuben took the following par A Hare Clmnce.
usted out than are worn out. estimable lady have many friends in this ty fur a ride In the country "the flint part -
Brown was In town on Tuesday town, and his return will be a great Mr, and Mrs. John MacDonald returned of the week: :Mrs Britt the Misses K. 11 10-100 acres, MM feet; frontage on'
looking around.C. pleasure to all. last Friday, from their Northern Martin, Irene and Emmit and Muster PatC. Indian and Banana rivers. KX( ) to 7X1(
BRONCHITIS FOR 20 TEARS home. We are glad to have them with
DeHienben. A delightful afternoon
citrus about half
trees corning. Into
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, HI., T. McCarty was a pleasant visitor Mr. A.N. Panfortb and Miss Panfortb us again/ and hope It wont be many was spent In the cool forest among pretty bearlnorang"/ tangerines' -
write.: "I had bronchitis for twenty to town on Monday.W. will spend the coming winter in Eau weeks before he will have some of that flowers. kuinquats 0 bearing grapefruit

years and never got relief until 1 usedFoley' J. Bass paid Sebastian a visit, Sunday Gallle. Their arrival Is looked forwardto I: fine lettuce ready for use that be Is so 3 bearing, avocndoes., ]UOUO mangoes bearing,

". Honey and Tar which Is a sure returning home the same day. with great pleasure by their host of i famed for raising. pines, SO to 400 bear)ng /guavas,besides:
cure. Contains no opiates. For sale friends In this town and elsewhere the EDWAHD editor of the
on Mr. and Mr*. MIot accompanied Fitzgerald, bananasper lmmonl a
by B. R. Wilson Frank Koylance has Just commenced by a grapes, nursery
SonWest
: East Coast of Florida. number of the Gazette-News announce that lid of about J,0(1)lour trees
building a house for his own occupancy, young men went up to orange readyto
wblcbf when finished, promise to be a Cards announcing/:the marriage/: of Miss Tltusvllle, last Sunday the salt boat will on December 15th, begin the bud, a few peach trtell,3 acres vegetable / -

Palm Beach. edifice. M. L. Evans, of Hltyland N. C. were received Hero. !Some returned the same evening, publication of an afternoon dally land, 4-Inch artesian well, large
lately. Miss Evans was the guestof some remained until the next day, but wharf drive welt, soft water, 8-roon(
The Rev. Mr. Strugess, of West Palm Miss A. Florence Hodgson, about two all report good time, and are talking of In Daytona. Such paper are generally dwelling/ ,store building, packinghouse'

Richard Hone, a well-known pineapple Beach, held services In the Baptist! years since. Miss Evans' new home will going again next Sunday to take In the a good thing for the town in tool house, warehouse! :II-ton Ire box.

planter, living four mile south of this church, last Sunday morning and evening be In titate.vllle, N. C. last day of the colored camp meeting. which they are published, and a 2 acres of poultry yard. {Fruit; thl-

place, was foully murdered last night at to large congregations.The thing for the publisher. year will bring ':SOO to 1100. Kent

7 o'clock. The particulars are to the effect Woodmen of the World, Indian Goes Like Hot Cakes. His Life In Peril. poor from vegetable land will keep' up "grove.
that Mr. Hone had Just finished his River Camp, No. A3\ held their regular 1*. A. .MCMILLAN: ,
supper, and was sitting at the dining table monthly meeting Tuesday, when It. P. "The fastest selling article I have In "[ just seemed to hare gone all to America Famous Eau Oallie It a.

writing letter, when some unknown I'addlson, Jr., was Initiated In the arts my store," writes druggist C. T. Smith, lece.." writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare Jlcuutlea

party fired.a rifle through the window of Woodcraft. of Davis Ky., "Is Dr. King's New Discovery Tex., "biliousness and a lame back bad Look with horror on skin eruptions For Sale.

From the veranda the shot taking effectIn for Consumption, Coughs and made life a burden. I couldn't eat or blotches, sores, pimples. They don't
Mr. Hone's right side, killing him In- Colds, because It always cure. In sleep and felt almost too worn out to
Out of Deatb'a Jaws. my have them, nor will any one, who uses An Ideal home on Indian River; about
atant1,. six: years of sale it ha never failed. I work when I began to use Klectrlo Bit Ducklen's Arnica Ha've.' It glorifies the seven acres of land; good house, paintedand
There Is no clue to the perpetrator of! "When death seemed very near from a have known it to save sufferers from ters, but they worked wonders. Now I Face. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before In good repair' fruit trees, shad
the. deed. As the news reached stomach and liver trouble, that I throat and lung disease who could like eat have shrubs
soon a severe get sleep a top, can anything, It. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, trees; tropical and flowers. A
town this morning posses were organ- had suffered with for years," write P. no help from doctors or any other rem- trained In strength and enjoy hard work." chilblains. Infallible for piles. 2Sct at never falling spring/ of pure water. Prl .

ized and every effort Is being made toatck Muse, Durham N. C., Dr. King' New edy." Mothers rely on it, best physicians They give vigoioos health and new life B. R. Wilson & Son' drug store. moderate, good reason for selling. ,For
the murderer. Mr. Hone was a IJfe Pills saves my life and gave perfect prescribe It, and B. K. Wilson A Won to weak, sickly, run-down people. Try : further particulars, address, '

native of England, a well-to-do citizen, health." Best pills on earth and only guarantee satisfaction or refund price. them. Only netts at B. K. Wilson it I.. W. C.,
ind was well liked by all who knew him 25ct at Wilson A Son' drug store.. Trial bottle free. Keg. sizes LOc and $1. Son's drug store. i The ADVOCATE doe job printing. Car ADVOCATE, TltIJ.vWelI'1a.F .










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,I., ," Free and mont! wells. Coal la estimated at $4 a 'THB EAST COAST OF ,

i Acc: ;;te l Masons. ton. although It more frequently sells u PARAOISI "

I? ....'.,. for $3 of even (a and Is at present even RAILWAY.i wm.r. t i
---J above this lust quoted price. !:f !
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.- SPeed Tn knots.... J .lI 16.60 18.10 JO.00
+ India d No. 90 Oil consumption FLORIDA:) EAST COAST

tons .............. l.OBO 1,43) 1400 3,800 .'rlL, xr .
Coal .
1 I ;: RiverLodffe. TltusvllleFlorida] consumption.tons ...?.....'.. Z.850:; S.7SS.700 .100
''r Coat olio ............13.150 $.3IiO naalu,4oo F LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28. 190t |

; Cost coal .......... MOO 11.000 14.800 20.000
t Rnldi IM mwstmic the second",4 fourth, Frl Space occupied oil OUTHSOUND-KA0 DOWNL NORTHBOUND.. .ftEAD \tip'
ndarot.ell month, &' their room' Indian RIver (cubic feet .....34.000 40.100: (1.800129.900 C ,
rule, at 7 :,3 J. L. Carrutbers Senior Warclno. Dot. Daily D lly'
T.H. ttu.Our..Junior Wariien. For warships there would be the advantAge ..s.aa F un,
J. \1(.Dixon Trwturor.P. of In 4 -u-, _f.fJ&

A. :Morgan Secretary, celerity raising steam. ..... .. 00 J5 a Iv.........,.. .Jack.osvtll. .Ar 1' ao
K. F. Brown Chaplain.; Tile testa conducted by the! crews ot I I tiCF 1 ....,:,. l'. N 21 a Lv...........Scant .Jack801I.111..J.: 100 P 'a a ..,....
i It J. R. ftcreven gontor Deacon. the torpedo boats Rodgers and Swln ......,. il pl'. ". ...............IL Augnaas................ P, T ao a...w.
} 1 R.E. Mime jr., Junior Uwoon. ............. liaiNsgs. "..
0
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I $. O.VnnlnniliDffham.! A.mlor Staward. show that the time taken to raise ..:.:.:: p I 101 p ................Ent: Palatka...:.::.::.:.:.: 81 P 1 00 .."..
F.M. Taylor,Junior Steward.P. elgbty-flve! ) pounds of steam with -oil ....,... f.n p p .. ................ Neo. .............. 4 11.. 611 s a.
W. Roberts, Tyler. ....... p P ................Dus.ells. .:..... .. .. 4 Of P 106 al ...
was fifty-nine! minutes as against one .....": p p .................. Dupent.................. :: 3 &7 i' v F. .: ..
hour and seventeen minutes ....... s 'I p I. p ............Or....... ........ .. .. l 5l p a 31 al "w
with coaL .......: S .0 II p ...................D.,1O..:............... 111 P .2' a .....
VALUE OF OIL FOR SHIPS n..ardrull'll! Melrllle In his prelim. ........ sa P p .....,....,..,..PorsOr .......,............ 1 oo P .13a ."... .
..
!.pary shows that one-third / ) Of p .. '.........,....)/.. &! .,.............. 1 7 ,- .0 I ''."
report a
I. more ss9..p...... Inv : ............... .o kHf11. ........ :: a. p !, lII'
team can be bad with oil than with .00. ........ I ...............:.TUu.vtU..y.. .......... 1 tt! 1 p ,10'
coaL Quickness In with ........ ........ as p .. ............._.... Caec..................." : J 11 p .. .
Advantages of the Liquid Fuel I provisioning ........ ........ .................ftkl.dl.................. 118 p'l .. ....
fuel! would also recommend the use of .... ........ I10p/ ................ ..............., U42p'' .".....
oil since 300 tons of It ,...,.. ........ 4 IS p .. .............. .lbourni ........,...... .. U 33 P ."
be
/ Over Coal. can pumped ........ ........ I27p .................a.baalaa................. 11 03. ..o. ..
1. aboard In an hour. Other advantagesare ........ ........ gap .. ................. lit. Lsea ................ tiers! .. ...
that laden oil Ti i- ........ ...... I .0.. .. ................1"- 1'1.ro............... 11 (10 .. I I .......
a ship with Is &0 percent Veekly Sailings ........ ... .. .. ............. ""..... ... .. ......
less : 14411 p ..:.Ttbball...........,..... in 81 ..
rOT SO MANY fIREMEN NEEDED. sinkable than when laden ........ ... .... ......... .. a .. ..
..... .Bd... ................ .
I ...,.. ....... I U p 10 29 al .
with r-onl!
; that for a given weight It' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ........ ........ 150 p .....::.:::........Jea.en................... :' 10 23 a .."...
i hits double the steaming radius of coal; ....... ........ 00 p ............... *0.."................... 1014 ....
1 r Greater Mllvs>sTe> Per Ton of Fuel an4 that: oil the hull fronafcorrodlr.fr :....... ........ 10 P .. .............Jfobe .o..d................ ".. 114 .I, .
preserves Calling: at Charleston, both ways) ........ ........ f 43 P ............. West .J.pIGer ........... f Ij 'w.
More Celerity la Italilnir Steae.fgovrthe : : thnt water ballast tanks are rendered ........ ........ 18 P .............West Palm Beach.............. 111II "a, "..
.. the .,...... ........ Up" ..................Boy..tou................. ... 8 s.m5t. .,
Cargo 8|>aee le S ed.aeceesfal superfluous, and that no smoke The Finest Steamships in Coastwise Service ..... P .. .. .:I't. LaudMdaI.,............. 'B3.. ..
Tests In the X..y. and no ashes are produced.TO ..... ........ 0 iI .......:::.::...Lemon Clt".........""... 4 III a .
........ ........ 030" lor................... HI.ml..L. II"' a wBtiPFET
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4 The equipment of one of the boilers The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
CORE. A COLD IX ONE DAY. : P4RLOa CABS Ot TRAINS 16 AND 7&DRANOH
': ot tbe American liner. Kensington, Direct :Service Between
whlcb arrive at New York a few Take! Laxative: Bromo Quinine Tablets. LINES SOK3:>!iDULE3.Mo. -

i ; days ago with oil burning apparatus, All druggists refund the money If It falls Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.

c 1 f posulbllltlen! .In occur to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on 81 Ie.15 5.53 No. 49 N.. P TEA N..48 No. 41 Ne. 60 No, 64 '
ovens up new > each box.: : 2'cts. ((jailing at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .Dally, Dally. Dally.) Daily. 471 8 Oi3. D.i1y. I Dally. I Dslly, Daily, Dim,
travel!, 'says the New York Cbmtmrcl.ilAdvertlxer.
SEMI-wEEKLY SAILINGS: OD 3 111x o v sa r 4
The Kensington Is the Eaten t> Shark. ktathbound..,.................... .. ... .. .. ... ... .... .... .......... .from Lewis Wharf.. Boston p / /pL 0p1005p y e45sArB.P.i.tt..g 00 5 566.1 t0D p' IOID Ipp60 NINe.
4 first transatlantic passenger steamship r a Northbound........._.......... .. ........ .. ... .......from foo of Catherine Street, JacksonvilleClyde
11 on whlcb the experiment with oil a* While tour young men were swimming .; s.1 Ne.46 BAN I4ATEO H33ANOU. Na41 N.N
In the Mediterranean sea at Marina Dally. Dally, Daly, ,
D.Op
has been l trloil. tint tbe use of oil : ,
fuel !!! St. Johns River ;:
de Nlcotera. near Naples, a few Line 00p 6 10.v:........................ a.t at .................., .... 6 M.' {
, I as a generating power for steam on sea days( ago a huge ocean shark made a : Line. lap _0gtl_ a i Ar. San M t e. .Lv 5 fa. lyNo. p
rr (1)e"7( ) I' :
18OS when the
vessels lutcu back to ,
fierce rush I f Mr m i 110'ttl
at them. With cries of ter.
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE; AND SANFORD Me 17 N. to
I. : Itetrlcvcr It. rStopping
British Adopted lED LIATPORT HRANOU.
Albert steamship Hull In, director general of tbe rer they swam for the shore but before at Palatka,Aitor Be. rancln, Berenrard (DeLand),.nlue Spring and intermediate land- Sind y tly Da17.Spnd y 0aIp

t they could reach safety the shirk Inns on tbe John's. Hirer. p 10 06 a I CO p 5 So s .,,.,...,,., e. ..,....,....&r 7 46 a' 1 0 p'10s
Hamburg-American line and an expert hadlE'lzed one of them and dragged STEAMER "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE.: p I0 15 a 103 p 5 48 a M ,,,. ,...So. Jack.onvlll..Lv.. 7 N. U n p l S j
In steamship matters Is so confident p 10 16 a 139 p 9 14 ... Pablo Beach..,,,...,.,. 7 06 a 11 e0 s /NI44p
lira under. Some fishermen, bearing 19 APPOINTED:! TO SAIL A3 FOLLOWS 140 9f0. ........... ......,.,. 1141.
I''' 1 that oil Is tide coming fuel for steam the cries of alarm, hastened to the rescue tare Foot Catherine Street Jacksonville 3:30 p. in... ... .. .... ...Sunday.Tuesdays and T3urdays 0 p 11 06 5 T o0 9 56 a Ar.............. Myport ......,.......Lv 6 45 It so. I N
vessels that be has had nil tbe ships In and'were In time to the Leave Sanford':30.. w......... ........ ..... ... ...... .. .... M..uiU)e Wetkiwsiluys and VritUys; h. 1 ..2Tlie. ,
see unfortunate -
i rl { the eastern serve of tils company victim come again to the SouthboundSCIIEIULE.. Nortbbuuud. Eiy BANPOBD BRAN08.Dsi r {IDS=17 ORANGE CITY BRANCE. 3 '

equipped \\' lining Borneo Reed down. Head up son. Sun. I 5taWis.
surface. The sea around him :was Leave 3 30 p. m.'. ....... .... ... .....JACKSONVILLE!: ........... ...... ........Arrive :2.UO a.in .
........
,' oil Instead of WelsU coal. ..... .. .. ..... ... ... ...... v..Tuu.vll a p 3p v......... ew nyrna, .. ,Ar >
tamed a deep eel and the man turned | m .. .. .. .. .I'\LA TKA. .. .. .. Leave 8.00 i.m Sis&Lv............. .............., .. .. ..
The British, French German, Hasslan face 9005.. ">.... ............... ....... ..jtHTOK ..... .............. .. ....... 8JO p.m 5 83 ........... .. ........... U 151p as 4 4ttpL.v..Lake 39 Lv..OnnNe ....,., = p
t4'' ao agonized toward his would be ,* 4JOa.ni..................... .. ST.. FltA.Nl-13' ... .... ......... .... ........ l.OO p.ra SOS.a Lv..........Bnte-Drya .....,0.v Ile 4 p City. Lvl 141
{ > and Norwegian. navies are all conducting rescuers, but before they could reach ... ........ ..BKR FUIU.I.0r.L4) ...................... .. W.OO: n'n 9805 Ar. ...,....,. Ss ntard..t, L v H'h 465.At..0rsng. CltyJuno ,1N I i
experiments with the new fuel, him the 8.OOam......... .......... ....HLl'K HPRlNua ... ........, .. .... .... .. .... 11.00 am t
shark was seen to make another ArrlveSJO a. m... .............. .......BANb'uKU. ...... .......,.... .. .. .. ...... .., 8JO San Th..e Time Tables show t ,e time, at wbt&i trainu my be expect. to arrh,sod depet
o and Secretary Moody has ordered that rush at him and he disappeared from the rove al Sts'Ion. but tbsie arrival o. d.p.rture .1 tb. time. stated le not puorui'nordo..theOompanyhold

44 'work on tile coaling stations In they from sight Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice,204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.A. tom. lt.eltresponsible forsap'def.or ar.onwqu.ne arh0sgttug

L 1'hlllpplnes and Hawaii be dlscontln-

I ued until the tIts now being, conduct HAOtRTY., Eaufn Pans. A t.t F.It.tRONHOwitIER1a.AsetOen.Pase.Agt. Peninsular and Occidental Connections
Many Dig For 11I1...'. Hoard. IK State St.. New York I 204 Went hay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.THOS. Steamship at Miami(
4 11, t'' l i ed under tbe supervision of Rear Admiral D.HALEY Local Frei bt A ent, I I C. P.LOVfcLX.!; A..t.l''la. 8u,.t..
i William J, Loud miser 'wbo lived
d Melrllle shall have been con a foot Holtan 8t ,jKcluuu villa, r U. | Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville,Fla. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HA.VAITA'
r with his sister near Petroleum Ind, JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent, Foot Hogan. St.. .lack onvlU., Via.Til .
cluded. BO. ManaKer.VM.. F CL.VUK CO.. reneral Agents BOOTHBOVITD..Miami. XTOKTBBOUHD.LT .
Is dead. A few be went toan
,i 't of bas boon days ago CheeebroughnBu .. ; I State St..Oppovlte Battery l'arllOew- York.
An appropriation 20.000 eighty acre tract of woods near his >. Mom. "'e.I. .................. 2sop :Havana Thnre.......................J.0I
iiiude for the conduct of these tests ando C. II. WALTOX. Agent Titusvllle, Fla. Ar. Key '''".r..Tuts Tbura....?..........IS Wp I Ar. :Hey West Thors.,.............. .....
home and burled In bonds and
; far the results nttnlnrd sat $23.000 ..... Key We....Thurs...................... 'Op: LT. Ker W..t.Tae...:Tnvrt.......,...... y 13 sp!
'' are very currency. says a dispatch from La- Ar. Havana. Kris" ..... ...... ...... ......... seoa AT. M.a, U, Weds. Frts...... ............. I .t
1 The of Lieutenant W.
isfactory. report \
fnnnce. Ind., to the Chicago Record-!' For copy of Loo 1 Time Card address -7 AgsabJ.
P. AVencbell of tbe United: /States; crulsr
( -
Boston wbuni the uuvy department lernld. Loud and two sisters made SE.A..JB<>.A11.i.I> D. RAHNtiR Asst. G n. FM*. ...,Hto ST. ATJOTTSTINn" f LA
F all agreement: that those who died were
detailed to uc-couiiniiiy' the :Mnrlix on
? to will their money t6 the survivors.One .
:Its trial trip from Sun Francisco to AIR LINE RAILWAY.i
sister died and Loud became convinced -
Tahiti, showed that with oil ns fuel\ the i
that the sur'lvlnglIster and
a
I Mnrlpoiut bad IIIH-II stile to gain a wbole
(
tired man were going to steal' hisnoncy. -FOR- SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
,'rt', day on tbe trip and that Its complement The entire Is
community now
r 5 of men bud Lien reduced from SAVAXXAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, .
engaged; In digging over the land.
elgbty-ate to fifty-five. WASUIXOTOX BALTIMORE PHILADELrillA :YEW YORK
l While on his deathbed be laughed and ,
1 The torpedo bout No. 2 of the Maine *
sold the under the tree would
during oil trials conducted by Chief money Two Trains EFFECTIVE< OCT. 1, 1OO2.
m 1 I not do any one any good Elegant Dally .
Ross of the Massachusetts
Engineer II. S. "
f developed fourteen knots speed Limited :N0' 84 NO'1 SO. '' \, II
The Kent Prescription for Malaria Florida and Metropolitan. NORTHEAST R nute. Dally\ \ NORTHWEST' : Route Dull,;
I
.
hour a gain of over bolt a knoj per -
per t..v. Jack.ollvI Southern a O0.: T'"MP: v. Rsnthern" loll 1 1i
hills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Ry J Jacksonville." Ry
a Mid bour over Its eliclrtwith. coat Tbe Tasteless Seaboard Fast Mail. Lv Sav.nnab, Southern lIy t Iii p. 1:1: 311 a. Lv..'"",up. Soutrw.rn' Rv 6! p
Chill Ton4o. It Is
found to be from seventceu > simply Iron 'v. l'barlotte, Southern' !Itv 11110 p. 10 (16 a. Ar. Damn Southern R'v 't
evaporation was .
1 md qnlnlne In a tasteless form. :No MODERN PULLMAN EQUlPlL T. Ar. Danvllle. S..oth"ru ky l27 a. I oMI p. 10 r. ..Ffovlla[ ontJl.rn Ry J
Ip"C to twenty pouuda of water at Cure, No Cure. Price SOcts. Ar. Rta mondSouthern, Ry t-oo a. T p. Ar.Atlanta !Southern; R.Ar. .
I' various pressures to one |pound of oil, ONLY LINE Operating Dally Tlnough; Sleepers from Jacksonville to \r .y bb"r1-Anut i 'uR' T..ii.. 4 T p. Rockmrt Southern fly J >

or more than double that of tbe best Xew Orleans. Ar. U.arlottevUe.( Southern I Iy 4 311 a. a 1\(1\ p. Ar.Ai (Dalto tome, I-noobern&utllem Ry Rv 31til
Among those rare and valuable curiosities Ar. W.IlnKtoo, Southern Icy 7 oMI a. It 30 p. Ai Ry
boiler. Chattaneiryt Soutbern
coal with tile siime Ar. }lalt/lllnre./ P. R. R..9110 a. It 311\,. Lv' ,Mlttn
The trip of the British tramp steamship ; / which Lieutenant I Vary brought For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent Ar. -hll.el"hl.: )'. R. R.. .... 11 12a. ,5 !tsl' a. -rOaltlhl': Chattanoooga'I".n'.. tueen S lit; Crescent Crescent
Ar. New' York r. R. R.. ... II 00 6 30.. s\
Clam In January of this year af- back with him from the fat north Is a p. Ar. flnmer..t, (1\1..n 1C Crelce" t
Seaboard, or writeA. I 30 P
('resa'nt
r' g fords'an Idea of tbe economy of oil as genuine specimen of the, antic quarreL :No m. New York and Florid" ESI'ret ally Ar.lIurKln.n..n A r. Ipslnltton00 .C"= Crescent }P
t fueL From 1'blladclpbla to Cravesend '\ O. UAcDOXKLL, As&t. Gen I'ass. Aft.; Jacksonville, Florida. 1'"UnlDn sleeping can. 'ort Tampa" and JllekA.'luclnoatl.cuet'lo. & Crescent 30J

( i,1R'r, only 450 tons of oil were consumed. Mount' Cbnllapnta. In Peru. Is reported sonville. to New York Dining .an. Lv.:CpnelnnathRlR! Four Route \
J
I s chartered to be In violent : No. Wa.blngton. Rlehmorl l and Florida Ar.('blca n. )SIlt Fonr H."te 55s
r a Tbe 2.0OO ton steamship Tangllii, I'ruptlon.:0 doubt Lv 'Inelllhati i.nn. Un&!< s

'' by the German antarctic expel 1t Is trying to blow Itself/ to pieces In SI'ECI 3.7L LOW lEF.A..rr'ES.TO : I Lhnltt ins Can,r.via Jacksonville Rlcbmond. tn Hal Z'iew!). 1'IllIlIIao York. Dining 81eep. Ar: {'hlcago, -!.-' )'enn'- .LIDel-- ,

tlon only consumed 3CO tons of oil la order to get rid of Its name.: '(;ars. I Ar.Lv,Cbieago(Cincinnati. C.C.H'tD-Dlonnn H.&D.Ion"' 81_
-
tbe B.5OO; mile trip from Singapore toY -
L:Cincinnati f' H fiT5-itch: fen: 1?
Sydney. It took exactly forty-five minutes "How We Did Sot Reach the North CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, UTAH, OREGON, WASHINGTON, MONTANA TO CINCINNATI THROl"GH THE LAND OF Ar. ']'01.,10. C. H.'flH.Mlrh.C! 1
oil THE 8KY. Ar. Detrnlt C.w&D.311clu.Cen'LvIexlnponAnthen :
all the for
required
to pump Pole" Is likely to be the theme of many and the NORTHWEST, r
.
;;;; Rg
: Sal:
. 1J
A the voyage Into tbe shl 's, bunkers. ectures. NORTnIlOU ROt'T.: I No. 30. Loutevllle.. Southern Ry .I

t Tbe oil was paid fur at the rate of 30 CIA WA8TKUN ATLANTIC R. It. and :NASHVILLE. :, CHATTANOOOA LV-"al'k..mville---"ontbero; ; Rv.... 7 ai I' Lv.l.oul..vllle. Southern Rv 0l0.v. "

BI shillings a tun, and yet the saving per I .Savannah. ?Southern Itv ... .... tv 30 a Ar 810. Lonl. 8uuthern Ry
"He has coal In his bin" Is the latest and ST. LOUIS RY. Lv.(C"Iumhla ....nth.rnR.y... ... \ Tooa o.n; ''J'b8F1nrlll Llmlu"E"i Oath! sOr
+ w +, day as against coal was over 27 per Ar. Asheville. \ !Wlllhern R'.... 160 P train nf v..tthnl ro.eheaand l'III1J11arI.1deDIN t!
lent The differences in freight that, form of describing a person of affluence. Dixie Flyer Monte Ar. Hot Springs' AootlJenl It,, ... ... :I 37 P ears Jacksonville to Inclnnatl. ...*
q . Ar. (;'nclnnat .41u""n S: r..C9I1t.. I If 15 a H.C. HUNT: City I..n''r' and 'fl Hot I.
the ship might have earned was -- .
represented -
r
srnetNn
City; Ticket OOI,,,.. 108 W lIa,
t 1 by the differences between : 30 Pullman drowlnl.rnom .le.pingcars 1-IF. C UY, lrtrlrt l'a..enllOr lu
,
-- -- During September and October, l00:!. JackollllIe to Clncillo. II Jacklollvllle,)0'1..
l 'n thirteen tons oil and twenty tons coal,

dead. weight of dallv consumption. For descriptive matter, rates, schedule, etc., write to, or call onE .
i The sawing lu Creir.fen was as one to SDVLOCftShylock C, II. ACKAUT, Gen. Mgr.\ S. II. HAKDWICK, G. I' ,\
I < I1 4 five J. WALKER. Florida Passenger Agent,

Tbe advantages derived from the! use 213: West Hay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. AVnslilngton I> CAV.

a of oil as fuel on the fast Atlantic liners Cj E. HARM AN, Gen, Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH: Traffic! Manager II, TAYIon. AGP A, Atlanta, Ga.

r would be many For Instance tbe "
f Atlanta Ga. Nashville, Tenn.AtlallticCoastLilleR'y.
,
t space used on La Lorraine for 'coal Is

approximately. 171.WX cubic feet. The was the man who ,- -------

,: bawl amount of fuel In oil would only wanted a pound of human THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE,

occupy 120,200:;: cubic feet leaving 41.-

!' 1 bOO') cubic feet to l>e applied to cargo. flesh. There are many Patented in the United States, Great Britain.and Canada

f If, Instead of carrying tbe oil In bunkers Shylocks now, the convalescent :

It were ti> be carried next the skin PRICE 4.00 and **.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder "t 'J!

1, f of the ships or In the water ballast the, consumptive, the

in t + trulk... 100.OOO cubic feet'more, of space sickly child, the pale The Great Through Car Lint from Flortd.x.-Connections: III Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United Stales

would be sated. Nor lu tbe matter of young
Over Its own rails to Savannah. Charleston, Richmond and \Vash- For Sale by %
r it savlnit cargo space would this be all. woman, all want human flesh To the( East Ington ; thence via Tcnnsylvanla R. R. Jas. Pritchard & Son

us with oil there could Le needed be- .
low decks in the flrerooin and with theft and they can get it-takeScott's To the West The Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery; TITUSVILLE, -F 'KDi<
The Mobile A: Ohio K. 1C via Montgomery.:
machinery only fifteen men Instead of Emulsion. SEE TIlE TKSTIMONlAlJfe, FROM PRO3t'JNENT: BOAT BUILD; >

1:0.:': The shipping quarters of these I the East Steamship.. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
To
Emulsion flesh anti Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York -- .. ::- .. -
105( ; unnecessary men would yield more I Scotts! is Philadelphia/ -- ---- -- -
and Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants .i

l I l and cargo food space would, and mount the economy well up of Into wages the i and blood, bone and muscle.It Miners Washington Transportation Company for Daltl more Philadelphia... THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

To Key West and Havana, via, Peninsular Occidental Steamship Company.
feeds the
i +4 thousands. Tbe following table will I nerves strengthensthe ,

R give nil Men of the respective meritsof All kind of Commercial at the above officeLKTTERHEAP3
I digestive and they TJ.ob.o1s.; Stationery printed ;
organs Mil43ctga .
coal I and oil. The price of oil Is x

t -i1 k given at $3 a ton. a figure which In not feed the whole body. nferchanROJ!: mileage tickets, good over 13,000 nines of among tbe piln- > NOTEIIEADS, ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS. ;n-v

at all Improbable' In view of tbe recent clpal railroads In the Southern States are on sale: by the principal agents.: I TAGS, CARDS etc., etc., printed cheaply and ezpeditlouilv _

I Texan tli coveri ;s f ud the 1,500.-:; For nearly thirty years
-
tat tmrrel n lny, joqtput of the Tteau- Scott's Emulsion has been the Addresses of paUesln the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup : -- - -- -

with Information and handsome advertising matter. CREAM
piled "
"
l\1oth'r" great giver of human flesh. For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or write to \: X WN1TE'S !
I Who would keep their children In ORl\/fS. VSRRHFUCE

good health should\ watch for the first : of FRANK C. nOYLSTCVN, W. D. STARK, V -
We will send a couple Tray Pass. '. A -
symptom of worm, and remove them you Commercial Agent Agent Ladle tit?

with (White's Cream Vermifuge.: It Is ounces free. '-138 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -' J
r For 20 Years Has U& aUrr.1! : l1amn bt-s (
!
children's best toalo. It gets digestion : T. M. EMERSON, II. M. E (ERSOV.IJ.. CRAIG, .
at work no that their food does them SCOTT & BOWNB. Chemist Traffic Manager. As t. Traffic :Mgr_ O nl. Pass. Agent!: GOLD: :.a: .ra L ::. ::-.>-c.'C'co".f30" z>J r::>eJ. .19.

r Kootl.Vnnd they grow up healthy and 4O6-4I3 Pearl Stroot, New York. WILMINGTON: N. C. \2V'...>.rer"1'O'd by---sale i"!' ;:'77r'3 F. F-f\t..Ar=D. *V'. Lc(1
', ao4 f 4.001 1 aU druggWa. vac.wwwnNVwvWWbryy ryVWVV.WWw' ---
joe.
i atron ;-i5c:;) at U. R. Wilson & Yon
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COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 24. 1902.) 1
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,
TITUSVILLE.N made etrutent Tot a ridge where there
Hunter's Carried was nn awful jump off. About this The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block.PAl'EX'l'lU
Half a time th.. animal slowed to a trot and .
: : :IAN: : RIVER: :'I30TEIr: Mile on a gave a felent much as would a calf,

-TnK.IYVU..RIVER.{ Wild then daggered and tell. 1 threw myself
WoundedDeer's ,. off his back before be commenced, > IN THE UNITED STATES and all CIVILIZED COUNTRIES,

TITUSVILLE, to reel, but I daw blood gushing, out of

Ride Back his nose and mouth as he dropped. lie this HULK-LOCKING TACKLE BLOCK which has just heelS

FLORIDA. wan trump for he tried tgl't his feet patented( all|| the civilized countries throughout the world' \ will
Joseph Menloy.I n hardy young monn. again then dropped over dead
hoist and lower like any block and tackle, and WILL STOP:: AND
talneer, whoso home is In the Coast 1)OIl't011. know. I \vtis no weak that
'k tr' Range mountain, Glenn county, Cal., I lay there Hat on my back for a long LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed! Soft Rope, Wlr

unwillingly, Indulged n deerbnck ridea time \h,,-fore I felt able> to Ret on my Rope or Clmin can be used.) Nothing to pet out of orderany person
; J. G. DAST, Proprietor.. few weeks ago and says he Is not feet n ud the toughest walk I ever had rim use it. NO CLKAT NEEDED The same device is used in

"Li hankering for any more of that sport In any life was the trip back over thom Cheek and Deck Blocks AVill hoist, lower 1\I\IIIol'k at will, frora

ji ? ? Men ley,thus relates his unusual experience unlnill. The distance from where r below or at any height, upside down or at any ankle, an ounce or 2*'
the d<'t'r started after I first dropped( the size and of the
to tnvlile block.
t; Ad I DUCK SHOOTING. : l tons according shape ; Only one
him to where he droniod me was very
Some fellows from Oaklandand f rope, chain or wire rope lammed at a time. The\ !game pulley does for
young close DM to half n mile. They tell thatI
II I w and FISHING- Sacramento were up this way look. was hanging/ on to the buok when he each 'l'lwrt18 no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger attachment -

uu,1nn0i, tog for bear deer or any old thing that finally fell. That Isn't"' so. The first to thislilevloe.",&

Rates: f 2 50 per day. was good and wild. show I got I threw myself to the The Self-LoekngTackle( Block is neoeanary for Ynrnts and Vessels

The): boys got discouraged the first ground hut the chance didn't come of all kinds, Bridge and House) Building, Aerial Trolleys, U'ail-

$10 and $13 per week. day BO I told them I'd go> out the next till the old buck was dying. roads: Quarries, Lumbermen, Warehouses\ MII-IOIIS, Foundries, MarlnService[ : ( ,

morning and get a doer. Several of Mines, Machine Shop, :Steamboats: Stage Scenery. Painters, ,Circuses, Breweries -

the boys wanted to go with me. but I Stops the Cough Wells, Stables, l Harness Hooini, Butchers, TannerieH, "Slaughter' Houses,

JACKSONVILLE. .... niul works off the Cold. Factories of nit kind; for use in hoisting action, and I for farms nrid plantation.

Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a Fire Escapist, Fire Departments, Riggers Can also be used In the Protectionof

cold In one day. No Cure, No Pay. Fruit Tw and gathering of Fruit and Vegetables, stretching wired and

IDYAL Price 23cts.Niagara; ropes of all kinds, HoUtlnjr Flags, Dumb 'lIlterlt, Elevators, Sail( Bouts of all

HOTELSJACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1.1 Cataract kinds, AwnliiKs IVnts, Blinds, Bicycles, Elect rto Light purposes, Sash Lights,

4 in Heat Markets! and Stores of all kinds, Hunting Cal lpfl, and Privnte.' Houses,

Has a. Fatal Charm from the kitchen to the bed room In fact, It can be Used, with great,. utility

Opposite postofHce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re wherever a tackle block is needed It saves time, money and labor, as no tying

nave the falls of Nlnnnra a hypnotic or fastening of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything else, is needed.
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted ... .
( power over certain people that lure All kinds and all sizes can be used I.Uhl'rtshort' or' aboard ship, and will

Rates $2.50 per day and up. 1 them on to destruction? not cost much() more than the ordinary pulley blocks. "'AIlI'ON'o1.'l'E:\
Dr. .\. L. Benedict of Buffalo asserts
SELF-LOCKING TACKLE BLOCK Is similar( ( In shape, weight and size to the
B. W. SPERRY that they have. Dr. Benedict says
Proprietor. ordinary pulley] blocks in every day use, and is made In 'different shapes au<,
more lie( claims that the swirling! mo-
tiou of the rapids and the tuultlod roar sizes to wilt all purposes There Is Absolutely nothing to get out of order., It

ESTMORELAND HOTEL Pest Day and Cedar Streets. r uy of the ('lItarllare a (' has no springs, wedge, teeth or trigger rope; and snit rope, chain and wire

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. M susceptible persons cnnnot rest and rope can be used' In the same block

as sure an agent of hypnotism aa revolving A sample of the pulley block army be m-en at the KArtT COAST: ADVOOAT3Sofllce

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- mirrors twinging crystals or TitUHVllle, .'111. .

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot an'd Cold Water passes! of the hands J. O. AVALTON,
nr.enedh.t. .
'I have often met !,
I persona says Inventor of the'above>;, also, Patent Calking/ Tool for Boats, Eta
Baths, Elevator etc minutes "who told me they could not
FIve/ from any wharf or depot All Olllces! : New York, Boston and TltuTvllle, Fla.
stand on one of: the bridges for long
street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day and look, down upon the waters rush
'
ing along beneath without feeling a'
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. -
strong Impulse to leap into their cool Official Supply House of Tire Illinois Fishermen's Association.
embriioe." ---------------

NEW VICTORIA HOTEL, Corner Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE, .FLA. Allison Not long from ago Corry a schoolteacher, Pa., attempted named Thc Chicago Net and Twine Co.

suicide In the lower rllpl
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates $2,00 and $2.50 per fore the current caught her two moil -
pulled her out' Whoti ale m-ovm-d( \
day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1.00 each person. consclouHiitnis she! wept and "ImukcdGod .

R. BIXLER, Proprietor. on,l said the spell) had Ill't'lI'u! 0=
ken ns soon as she touched the witter. t'"

SI AnUEEZI1.I She had been working; dny amid night
and wt-ut to Niagara for her viioiitlon.
She paid tho wnters soothed her at
THE DEER BTAItTEW OFF LIES: TUB WIND.\ then fascinated her. After that
The Clarendon Inn and the Breakers SEABREEZE. first
wouldn't stand for It. I was up at day- she couldn't keep away from them and

light and went over the mountain west on the evening beroro her departure IFISHING NETS and Netting of Evory Description.Dealerntln "
UNDER THE SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST. of here.I followed an ungovernable Impulse and ,
Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Hope, Etc. .
These two commodious houses at Seabreeze, the most popular summer resort didn't see a sign of a deer, although leaped In. Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.,

In Florida, will be under the management of Col. O. C. Post during the I trudged all over the aide of To people who lire drunk the 1S02.a falls '70-81-8:1) : E, Indiana. Cf1lo1\go.nl.
In ,
The are tin Irresistible attraction. .. The in Icttllr...=
.Mention
mountain. Auvoq4TK
of the sun was up pretty your
summer
1902. Professor Sandold's
season Orchestra, from New York, record year for Niagara suicides a -
will play dally, afternoon and evening. high when I set my rifle against a big party of young men went over to the We are Members of the Illinois.Fishermen's Association: .

Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their bowlder and jumped on to the rock to falls for a hilarious outing. One of
sit down a minute and smoke. While I .. ... .__ _.- .
Rates number Irresponsible thai! --------- -- -
their -- --- -
more -
comfort. $2 to $2. O per day; $10 to $12 per week. Write for special -r -- -- -- -
rates for families for the season. Address, .C. C. POST, Seabreeze, Fla. was gating: up the mountain I beard the rest Insisted on "trying it" from
thud-thud-thud sad I know a deer wus the. pnrnpet at the brink of the American IF YOU WANT A... .
down the mountain. I slid Again and his '
jumping fnlU. again com -- --- ---------
oft the bowlder quick grabbed the rifle panions led him away until each was

The Sea Side Inn SEABREEZE;. and lay low. Again I heard the thud too drunk to take yire of his neighbor.In .Building Lot

.
(DAYTONA) FLA. of the deer's jump) and, looking over the morning the mnn was missing.Ills .. ,
font and hnt hung to the side of
the rock I saw a !big I buck trotting
Opposite Keatln 's New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern the pnnipet. There wan- every reasonto '
small down
hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing(: Beach In Florida is now open for lowly across a opening believe he had "tried It." or a lot with a HUIMHJfO READY: FOIL OCCUPANCY',

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rooms. Exchange and Dining the mountain.The Several I days after that a sad faced, LAND FOIt AN ORANGE OKOVE,
deer was north of me, and the priest in clerical black clothes stood
Room overlooking ocean. Fine cuisine and service. Terms $7 to $10
per breeze came from that direction, so I PINKAPPM5 PLANTATION:/ or TllL'CK GARDEN .
week. JAB JOHNSON .r
II. A SONS. .
hurried straight down the mountain. ,.M
Winter House: GRAND ATLANTIC, Daytona Florida. While I was sneaking along I looked / We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

_H _ over a clump of !brush and there outdo .iiJ1l .......'. I' centers are Hocking In but still there Is mom K you are
plain view, stood the buck. He was ... ..
WEST PALM I1EAC1I. -
m big one, I tell you and, with his great .r'...., '. looking this way, drop a line to
antlers, hanged if be didn't look as big S
as an elk to me. I should Judge ho was a.s / JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3r.i Viee.Vresident

The Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, about 200 yards from me lie was BLOIUDA EAST COAST K'Y,
FLORIDA. standing there tossing his bend as /f74
HT. AUOTTHTINK:, 1'LA.CI3AS. .
though some sort of a fly was !bothering -
._
.
and I decided to it to him .- -
W. C. ERNST :Manager. him give f -
through the heart. I wasn't very well II L VM &: O ''O
On Lake Worth opposite Pontoffloe and business houses. Large verandas. acquainted with the rifle, but I aimed : :: s ?

carefully and let him have It. ... JACKSONVILLE.. .. FLA.
M7. IUD w. hey ,
Strictly first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week.
Nell sir that buck seemed to
.. .. paw
-- 1
the air. and then he fell over Hat on I
1IENDEUSONVILLE: N. C. his right side, feet toward me and I 1 I
would swear that he didn't move after
be dropped. When I reached him,. 1 I Fu4Q:5

HIGH PARK PLACE HENDERSONVILLE, N. C. took my hunting knife out of my belt :
to bleed him. Before this 1 stood
looking down at him for a few seconds
Old.Stone Mansion In a park of fifteen acres. I
-os he was by long odds the biggest i' PpEOAID
For Rooms and Terms address deer I ever saw, a.six pronger-and PREPAID

'MRS. FRED ERIKA S. CANTWELL. hud my foot on his bind quarters. yrt
Then I straddled him, holding his
antlers to keep his bead steady and ?9 1 eM

NEW YORK with my left band-you notice I am
left banded-started to cut hjs Deck. S QtS
'No sooner did the knife prick the skin .
New York Furnished Rooms.Well before that buck was on his feet. I $450
was, too scared to notice how It was I Doz.
.
!but 1 know Mil fore _
done that legs
furnished room. at 19 West 21st Street, New York. Southerners will
went out first and he was quick as DfLtVCRCD
find this location very desirable for shopping, and Is in close proximity to all up fOR !2Qts
flash. I already bad bis
a a grip on
places of amusement. Address: / antlers with my right baud and 'as Idropped << '
A 1i $12 19
Mrs. D. REMLINGER, 10 W. 21st street, New York. my knife I grabbed them with ; C o0
my left 1 was too paralyzed to even /; .

think but I can tell you that be and I AircntN'for'tlie I'almt Hrewlnic Co.
were off like the wind, wltb me bangIng 11E INSISTED CM Tetras( IT. ,
for dear life. -
Hotel on for a moment on the platform over the
Marlborough There was a small dry ravine about whirlpool' !| l rapid Then be raised his
from where ho fell, and '
fifty yards 1) 7'P
eyes, mode tbe sign of the cross and on t zllS'clrecoll50t'Poitlon, '
be Jumped that as a cut would a
leaped. He was) Father James: O'Don-
ty ajlutlnic
Broadway, ;Mlh and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. cracker box Over rocks, across dry ,
Church
Sacred Heartof
Dell!! of tbe of the
400 Rooms. 200 bat with electric Conducted ditches and over tbe patches of buck bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver
room"-" Lighted entirely lights. Jesus In New York. Helfgloun fervor
brush that animal'went as if he bad secretes enough bile to make the Intestines&
S on American and European plans, and Is managed under the personal never been hurt and although I've had worn out him patience and his en execute their natural functions gtff Unnatural -
sin and strife world
ergy. Tbe of the cathartics H
by ]
a<atlonrc3useJ;
atayed with the wildest bronchos Montana
I supervision of the owner. bad broken his spirit There were continual and Increasing; doses to
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. could produce I never bad such peace and solace In the rushing waters. attain the results. n I
trouble as that. People bate askedme
They sang a psalm which told) of a
I I compelSI
time if and
-- trotting leapIng
---- many quick route to heaven and rent. lie
were tbe only I gait of deer. Uod
a enl swallowed him
the waters
I took It. acts the
on
j Broadway and 41it :Street, bless me. that particular buck deer I so tjulckly. that those who saw, could
Hotel Yendome i r liver< cures Chills{
earned to have 'em all. No spur scarcely have realized wrist was done
: NEW YO2K CITY. were needed for that animal 1 tell except that he wan mlreln e. and Fever amid every form of
; Malarial', BlIleus: Perrlttlng and Inter
1 FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet you.A fanny thing passed through my 4v ( Fevers', and, ty coins to the seat of the
mind.,-and that was that tbe boys
rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.60;large rooms $2; ; and with ., might be over that way and do some trouble, works permanent cure.
FIFTY CENTS PH"? BOTTtB.
private bath 2.50 per day and upwards. The management Is under the personal of their squad shooting without know. 'Ibis clcnilar tm on rrtrj bee nf abe (_el..
dog that I was a part of tbe target; Laxative Dromo-Quinine; T W.t.
supervision of the omner. FRANK: GRUZN', Manager; but I went cold; allover ".bep..tbe buck the r,m_dy tree euro a -!<* IB.MM. ".7 II. it. WILSON SON1.EAST .







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r .tJ EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 24, 1902.

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i t i t r INSPECTORS- AND CLERKS.* COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Co.

""' &Ji9' Robbins & Graham RAILROAD WATCHES

The following; list of Inspectors and Commissioners met October 13th at
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, clerks of election were appointed by the 8'tOa.m. Meeting was called to order (Incorporated.)

41 West Bay Street, Board of County Commissioners to serve by the chairman. Present, J. R. Walker, PAID UP CAPITAL 2500000. ,
; at the election to be held Nov. 4th, 11)02.) R A. Conkling, J. C. Jones and J, F.
I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Sheriff and A. A. This company owns Guaranteed to Pass all
Precinct No. L-Oeo. B. Gardner, II' Bell with J. P. Brown, ,

4 Largest stock In this section of country. Carlile R.R. ChaudolnInspectors; Thos. Stewart Letter, Clerk.of J. R. Leatherman was referred ILL -A. IfcT ID S, Railroad Inspection.

.
Johnson clerk.PreclnctNo.2P.
sr.,
Established In 1S08.
,i J. Hall, C. D. Flood, to Commissioner Walker to be In the Indian River Country; On the St.

i Send for descriptive catalogue. F.clerk.A. Losley, Inspectors; E. E. Knox, answered.Letter of Howard LeTournau was referred Lucle River; at New River and on Bay -

Precinct No. 3.-B. F. Deal, J. Joyner, to Commissioner Bell. Biscayne. Price( to suit the times.

; ,,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,,. O. W. Holmes, inspectors; Oeo. E. Chester On motion the petition of Margaret Send for Land List
I Goode, et al, for a public road was received -
,clerk.
Asso's. Precinct No. 4.-E. E. Swinson, W. M. and J. O. Fries G. F. Paddison Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. 21 Jewel 19 Jewel
Brewing and P. A. McMillan were appointed a
I Moore, Fred Fisher, inspectors; James '
committee to mark, view and lay out the
Mitchell clerk.Precinct .
+ ramoui St. Louis KIIII and Bottled No. 5.-Wro. R. Roesch, N. same. .: East Coast Meat MarketG. VeritasVanguard. B, W.Reymond..
motion the Board took the y
On up registration
++ Boer E. Kinnlard, W. W Gleason, inspectors;
It f tieo. F. Paddison, clerk. books.
old by :\fea.U.F.A. Lostey and Precinct No. 6.-N. Downey, S. M. On motion, the advertising of the F. DUREN, Agent. ,;' f .

}w R. L. Motlow TltURYIl1,Fla. ;Martin, C. II. /Stewart, Inspectors; C. F. names' stricken was given to the East Or.j o
Coast ADVOCATE, the advertising of the Oy
'onkling, clerk. CD
By Mr. R. L. Motlow Coooa, ria.it
and clerks of
list of electionwas
:>
Inspectors p
Precinct No. 7.-W. P. Arnold, C. W. -.
Bolton, Oeo. W. Washburn, Inspectors; given to the Melbourne Times and Cam.p .
it,,: JOSEPH ZAPF Ernest Svedelius clerk. the printing of the tickets to the Florida s:>>
( -
'J III Precinct No. 8.-Oeo. B. Hall, Daniel Star.Bond p:> -
i '# '!l iI Sole Agent. Sloan, S. K. Michael, Inspectors; W. C. of James L. Mlddleton with J. =
;
p:>
; Braddock, sr., clerk. A. Bradford ,and G. C. Beck as sureties, "G.L. MANDAVELE
Precinct ;No. 0. W. T. E. C. to carry a Smith & Wesson pistol No. .
\ 010 to 020 Went Bay Street, Hayes .
413,087 caliber 33: was approved. ::::; ,
Summerlin A. A.
sr., Ilendry, Inspectors
: On motion, the Board proceeded to \, .
I: : y'k JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; W. A. Farmer, clerk. __ "" ua JEWELERAND OPTICIAN.
tick-
make for the
Precinct No. 10.-J. T Water, K. D.Hoke arrangements printing = ,

W. I. Allen, Inspectors; Oeo. E. eta and preparing the ballot boxes. TITUSVILLE, PL 'RlD.\.
1 ,,1 r :R. L. 1WOTLO: V. Coon clerk.Precinct On motion, the Board proceeded to to b
prepare the ticket and have the same FLORIDA.e -- -- -- =
No. 11.-J. M. Swain, II. A. TITUSVILLE, -

Drawdy Holmes,, clerk.S. A. Hair, Inspectors; A. J. published.On motion. the Board proceed to place EI L :: :RA. :C Y c$5. aeo.::
e
l' nil 1 1i Precinct :No. 12.-C. J. Reams, Louis tickets etc., In ballot boxes and seal -DEALERS IN- ,
,
f 1 Harris, L. B. Dawson,. Inspectors; T.. W. them up, after closing the same the ballot
I Jeffers, clerk.Precinct boxes, etc.. were turned over to the GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

13.-Peter WIttfeld A. B. registration officer.
No. We handle :PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES
On motion, the Board adjourned to FKRTILIZXM\,
Carter
F.
W. Munson C. D.
i ; Provost, clerk.PreclnctNo.. Inspectors; meet ten days before' the election. the We deal exclusively in the above' line of goods and solicit the trade of all comn

14.-Chas. Cleveland M. I' same being October 25th, 1002, when all ers. Write,. us for prices on Groin\ and all Groceries, delivered at your station

S. Hams, Jalma Lapham, Inspectors; D. persons will\ be restored that make application L. BRADY & BRO TITUSVILLE, FI.A.S. : .

S. Nlsbett, clerk showing they were erroneously q:

M1ti'f ( Precinct No. 13.: -F. M. Wilson John stricken., *:,rtf, :
'
t r Eberwlne, John A. Hogan, Inspectors; :1 'r W. CARROLL
.
N. :N. Penney, clerk. FLORIDA STATE FAIR. .... ,
Precinct No. 10.-T. R. Crook, J. W. -Dealer In-

OrlfBs O. Nolle, Inspectors; Wm. Wat- The Coming Men of America will holda
: ...JO. GRAIN FRED FRUIT AND
ton, clerk. '" GROCERIES VEGETABLE!
convention on the Fair grounds on ----=:; ,
r Precinct No. 18.-W. H. Robinson, W. Wednesday, November 12th. .- .
err Glass and Tinware.TITUSVJLLE Your
L. Krantz Wm. Poineroy, Inspectors; W. Crockery, Patronage Solicited.FLOlttDA. .
} The champion herd of Ilolsteln cattle .
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, II. Tancre, clerk. --Z :
Precinct No. 19.-James M. Hearndon, ,of America is expected as one of the .
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Stout Etc. -- -
) Ales Peter Bertelsen Joseph Williamson, Inspectors !chief attractions in live stock. If Your House Goes up in Smokeand -

i E Send me jour orderI I ; R. T. Smith clerk. The College Foot Ball Championship INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

f TITUSVILLE and COCOA: FLORIDA. Precinct No. 20.-Wesley Ragan, E. R. of the State will be settled on the Fairgrounds you loose everything
Provost, Jas. Stewart, Inspectors; O. F. on November 14th, the contestants it is your own fan I. TITOFBVILUt, FLA.,
r
En ey, clerk. e being teams from Stetson: Univer- F1.ro: In: srr.Lnoo: ,. ,fcs-prepared to furnish Ice in any.qp"ntlty-lacked: or loose. Special attendee
Hodgson Bros Precinct No. 21.-J. J. Plndley, A. M. sity and the Florida Agricultural College ; sufficient to cover the value of the prop- paid Backlog for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto
Christensen, Jense! Larsen,. Inspectors. ; Of course you will want to see the be
and household effects should
erty car.vied. T. T, WmmORE, Proprietor.
G. E. Dutton clerk.
4i 1' boys fight it out.
$AU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER:= FLA. Precinct No. :22.-J. J. Roberts, E. A. Kates ai'e not high. The companieswe __ ______n ______ _
H.ItV.. L. Keefer, inspectors; S. T. Mr. J. A. Halloway, representative of represent are solvent, reliable and lib
Marine Railway. clerk. the Luddeu-Campbell-Smlth piano eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
Hughes, medal to the Florida Don't neglect to take. out a policy.
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. house! otters a gold Special Attention!
child under I'J years of age who plays a SCIIUYLER A :3RANNING,
-Special Facilities.. SUMMER IN GEORGIA. piece of piano music most satisfactory
exhibit of the above house the T1TTJ3VILLE, FLORIDA
AI Ifor'llaulldg Out and at the on
Storing
Repairing
I ,
1., Invited. GIVEN TO'MAIL; ORDERS FOR-
the Fair. Correspondence
Fair groundq during
*
TJ DAI.8 FLA. Oct. 21 1002.
I Yachts and Launches. ,
The railroads are now arranging for
Htr 1\-arc Glassware
Advocate < TinwareCrockery
Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. Editor East t Contt : extra excursion trains on certain days GET ONE OF WALTON'S RAPID ,,

Having/ returned from, trip to the with special rates to visitors coming on Calking Tools tf you want to Calk

j1 HUEVAHU COUNTY TKKASL'ltKH'8ftTATKMKMT. mountain regions of Georgia, I thought( these trains. It' is believed every rail- your Boat with lightning; : rapidity. It Harness- and Stoves.
e !: that perhaps some of your readers rrlght road enterlnlg Lake City will perfect saves time and! money, and pays for itself -

+ 4 Urfulmr lt, 11MVJ. feel Interested lu a short description of arrangements and the (citizens Lake In a few weeks In use by prom- EIrOur Stock Is Complete;3.ncl We Can Fill Orders Promptly1'
Ralaniweiuu on hand Bept tHt.lUM... 0,27177 that delightful country.I City are sytomatlcally ranging to entertain Inent bout-bull.. in the U. S. Read
''*UWt; recelvvd in Sept lutu. .. .. eILeYI: spent three weeks at Tallulah Falls all vlMliora. testimonials. from boat-builders. Price,
little situated about 2.000)() feet $j.ClCland: <><> $8o.OO.lf.ch. at the ADVOCATE! Jas. FritchLard & Son.
1 Total ... .. .. :. .. ... .. ... .. fi i"oii" above the village level of the sea. hers the November 13th will be !Military! day, in otfi 'TUusvillev Fla. c
Loan warrant pal't In f"i>t. tlO'l.an honor of the F orlda State troops.
4 .
Tallulnli river flows between rugged and
delivered to County OoiumtBslon.rs ) ;
N .. au J Bcuool Ilimrd .. .... ..... .... 4flOO\ 03 lofty hills through a narrow gorge; In the Prizes will be offered for the best squad Postoffice Box afa,
representing a company, the best Individual La"1C1t For Sale.
'' Balance on hand. Oct. tAt, VJOJ ..... .. 0.788 111jfllOVB rapid'mountains that forming have all a the set wild leu of grandeur falls and of In I the manual of arms, and the 'r.t': : vi11e, FJ.orid.a.:
from all
best rilleman. Many companies
f i BALANCE I* HELD AS FOLLOWS! primeval nal UIO. It was a most delightful 1T) acres first-class pineapple land,
y, Deposited In Indian River Acute Hunk, over the :State: will be in attendance. Sr.I."de river !
surprise to find one's self In a climateohartningly desirable front, on at a
HH(.o monthly per ("oilier'remrt| rortlncate. .. ... ,attached... ..* H.7HH tll : cool with mountains on every They will expect you to join them. bargain. For reasonable terms. write, TZTZZS'/.wrsIaxV2: : ;II.Y STdT3ZJT
BALANCES HBLOMOINO TO KAt.U FUHD AS FOLLOWS side and the ripids and fall at your feet. Recognizing: the attraction which a ,V. W. LUCE,

t County Uevenu* I5.. erai :Fnnd..12. /'' MKond The country is wild and rough and If !good circus is to most! people, fie State Tibbula, Fla.
I and Krulga Fund" .. ... eon IK) anyone enjoys mountain climbing the Fair Association has engaged Harris[ 4f'
yy$ : Hutldine Fund .. M MSM opportunity for this Is unlimited. There Nickel Plate Circus, one of the bent In FEEDANt> SALE my SADDLE HtReEI I :;
t : Flue anil Forfeiture Fund.; ::::::: !W Are Yon Going North ?.
.< l'rl.rA Fund ... 31 UK( is nothing; to mar your enjoyment aa the the country, to give two full entertain- -"
... .... stands far above the habitat of the the Fair grounds on the ...STABLES... BUGGIES.
8i.>i>0. H..aU fund,New; I'llIt.l No. t tur41H :2$ place ments on ; opening
gn .?. 8... .... 7T mosquito and the purity of the air and day, November llth. No extra admission If you are, you can buy a firet-class,
,
.. ..
FN >.. 14 II II II M .II. II'* e 4.. .. .... 1.7H 1JA: 47 14 the wild grandeur of Its surroundingsmake will be charged visitors to Fair round trip ticket over the Clyde or Mallory BAGGAGE r t w SITR.RF.T'S.
County name Wsnlen. Fund:.. :MOO exercise agreeable. Thero are who wish to attend the circus. Borrow lines cheap, by writing, or callingat TRANSFER
MF rr 1'roportynUeonsudParn.nu, }Fund.... 1 MlFeeding numerous points on the cliffs where you someboJy else's children and come. the ADVOCATK office, TUnsville., and TUR-SorT-oI:

,. <8'01111 clul ty School Tax I School-OeniTttl)>Iot.Fund No.l; .. ... ....... 1111 64 UK Ua can look down thousand feet to the .
|>t> IDAUI.INGETC.! ..all I knda.:
,gyp' 'fb1 '( .. .. .. .. .. W1VUii rushing; stream below. Art has done
DUCKY BE YOU.At FOR CUTS BURNS AND OPEN SORESuse
u i* it It 3 ... 70 BtfTotal comparatively little for the place, but WHOSE ,
Hancock's Liquid :Sulphur at B. R.
i4 ,
:F has been prodigal of her favors. J. M. OSBAN & BRO
t ..... 6,788! IS nature / Wilson & Son's drug/ store. ,
F. H. HOYB, County Treasurer After spending three weeks In this a waiting room on the Florida East Tl1TU8V1lLI.Enlck of Grand View hotel.- SLOR1DA\,
mountain fastness I stopped for two Coast recently some drummers beard --
weeks with landlord Grant at his new something that caused no little amuse- OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-
; WEATHER REPORT. hotel at Cornelia, a delightful place for ment. One of them was' dozing in a ton's Hapltl Calking Tools now In use THE OLD RELIABLE

I'' rest and refreshment in a village; that has corner, when a rural couple came in and by boat owners In the United States. :

By Rev. Jas. II. White, observer for a future before It full of promise. Cor- sat down to await a belated train. Be- Price $4.00 and $8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE Rollins:
lies above the mosquito line the in the was fast office Titusville "'Ia.Cb'de College
"" Weather Bui'etui, U. :S. Ooveinment. nelia, too, lieving man corner ,
a liOO feet above sea level, and from the asleep, the swain, who had Just embarked -
_ y't SUMMARY Foil" KEPTEM11E11!: lUO:!. havo fine view of the his Founded Has Oi>en.
Florida
i hotel veranda you a on the sea of matrimony, put 1885. special charter. The South Florida Cbllotfo;
Highest temperature on the 30th. 02.0 Blue Ridge and of Alt. Youah, thirteen arms around the form of hi* fair com- Stenimlilp Line. October 1st. Located on a high! ,pine ridge, among: the spring-fed lakes of Orange(

Lowest" 2th.() 72.0 miles away. panion, a>.d after a few soft embraces, County. Absolutely no mahtnia.COLJJW1E. .
month . U about Cornelia Is covered said. Voice full IIIf emotion, "whoie
(, Mean for the 00. The region In a Ticket and reservations via the Clvde: PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
Average mean for 21 years. . 80.7 with peach orchards. Apples! pears, ducky bn you," to which the'blushiug Steamship Line can be secured of Cbos. MUSIC SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF EI.OCU'JI'ON.BUSISE:3S .
l Highest n 1882, 82.4 quinces, figs; and cotton Ire cultivated, form of lace, ribbons and flowers :.
office Ti-
e audible H. Walton at the ADVoCATE ,
Lowest II.. "In 1887 79.116,6H: while the waste fields and hillsides are In a soft, cooing gurgle, just :: SCHOOL. ART :SC: 'f OOL.

Rainfall In Inches . . .. . covered with blackberry bushes. This "your ducky" This was kept up for tusville. Excellent equipment. Thorough, modern Instruction.
I Average for :23! years . . S.!).' portion of Georgia is certainly an Ideal some time. Beautiful locution A room for ewery stwlunt
1 Greatest .. in 1*78. . 23: 7>* place for a summer sojourn after the After leaving the station the "Knightof WANTED TRUSTWORTHY GENTLE- Best Board. Expenses low. Best Influences.! Catalog on application-
Least II.. In 18J: . 3.01 heat and worry of the pineapple harvest.L. the Grip" told the others of the li,tie In each ooiintv to manage Flu.
estahliahed h ornllil
hneineesfur an old _ 1'revaillng direction of wind. . K J. SAWYER.:: episode In the waiting room. They all .. flnanoial land Inn. A *tralfct. buna title l Principal,

f I dumber of clear (days . . 13ii stopped at the same hotel for the night, weekly cash.slaryoreta.mpatdby. ...... direct check frun bead-eaobWeiluenUuy
with .lIlIxl'.n.
fair . \\J DEATH OF MRS. G. P. RANEY. and while at supper one boy. wishing to quartan. :Money advanced for expen._ Man.
? '. cloudy . . 0 have some fun, leaned over and speaking ..gerwe; Caxton bullclinn. Chlcano.; 2jiu>8 THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.
--1)) r .. "days with rain. . U: In a very distinct voice to another !said,
Island Home, About 6 o'clock Sunday evening, Mrs. "whose ducky be you," to which the

t 1 4; MeriltU Island, Phi.t George l'.Raneyln coming down the other replied, In a very modulated tone, TIT USVILLE'S TRAINS.The i i i MBWi BiMM .
stairway at her home with a lighted lamp ducky." .
"your .
t in her hand, stubled( and fell. The lampwas The next instant a white, figure disappeared I WHOLESALE FRUIT PRODUCE &. POULTRY MERCHANTS.We
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broken and the oil scattered over her from the dining room, followedby following are the times of arrival
\' you are, Tools get one Invaluable Walton's to Patent boat- clothing, which quickly burned. She a much confused, but supremely hap. and departure of passenger trains to and buy for cash, or receive on commlssiMi, all kinds of Fruit and Produt''.

I)P'1, Calking builders and owners; of boats. Calks ran up the !stairway, setting the draperyon py Individual, while those J'emalr.lngtlnlsbed from Titusville: and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We give e""

f boats more rapidly than any other fire as she ran through; the hall and the meal amid shouts of laugh.' SOUTU SOUR 0. close personal attention, to> the consignments and any business entrusted tout "I"
at her home In Talla-
1; calking tool in the world. Price $I.IO from hassee.room to room ter. Leaves TltusTllle Intermediate for Miami points and afc )I INORTHBOCHD. I 3:2a P.m. have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Return art

_ and $S.OO each, at ADVOCATE: office e The only member of the family In the Manager Wanted. made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, 1'otatah

Titusville, Fla. house, Judge Raney being absent from leave Tlti vtlla for Jackionvill \} *.'tn pjn Onions, Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, Teacher, Plums, Grnpnr
home on business, was MU Clyde Raney. and Intermediate points at ( ; eto.
\ : A Fine Home For Sale. The commotion and tire created an excitement We desire to employ a trustworthylady TltHHTllle for Sanford 1 :nil a.m etc.We
I 1 1 which brought; In the neighbors.Col. or gentleman; to manage our business Arrive Tttnivtlla from Sanford .- to 1.15: polO solicit correspondence and will keep yon In touch with the market-

4 ; :' A. L. Perkins was the first personto In this county and adjoining terri-
- 4 t A model southern home In South end arrive, and he smothered out the fire tory. Our (House is well and favorably The New York Grocery Co.,
I n! of Brevard county, on the Indian River,' with blankets, but not before the flames known.. 20.00 straight/ cash salary and !.
ft i in the center of the pineapple belt. Nice; had done their fatal work, for Mrs. Raney all expenses paid each week by Check 100.111BRIDG"& St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORID

I 1I.roomdwellln and out-bulldlngs. Ten died at 10 q'clock.Mrs. direct from Headquarters.;, Expense rd4Jtea7
acres in fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, Raney, It Is said, was burned fearfully money advanced;previou.experlence unnecessary -
:::::; 4 &i lemon, lime and grapefruit trees-most even her clothing being; almost en- ;position permanent. Address
all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards tire burned from her body. THOMAS /. COOPER. Manager 1040 Cax- Seeds For Summer
id V l .and flower garden. Will be sold at a Mrs. Raney was formerly Miss EvelynB. ton Building, Chicago, III. ,;(" Crops.

bargain. For full particulars"address- : Cameron, of a noted Virginia\ family, ?
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.. "C. and was, less than a year ago married to Land For Sale.
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1. Care ADVOCATE, Titusville Fla. Judge George P. Haney, and her horrible 2"R Millets' Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte I Giant

and untl mely death during;the absence of For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof Beggarweed, clean.
I: Clothing I Cleaned, Dyed, her husband from home has touched southeast quarter of sections, township ( ft&rff/tar'/i'rfijvt .*>

every sympathetic heart In the commun 38, south of range 41 east; close to : CO'iAt: E.A..S:

:Pressed and Repaired. Ladles' dresses! ity. O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on *&<
g "a specialty. Address, St Lucle River; 40 acres. Whlpps, Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown. Ladyfingers. .jj 3
.p. !:SAM P JRKt'i'8!: :' Urnylng.Draylng Also, the northeast quarter of northeast Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 33o: per qt., Postpaid, *'
Magnolia: Avenue and ((5th Street, quarter of section IS, township 38, / Galier peck; #".23 bushel.
P. O. Box.:233. Sanford, Fla.KIT" or hauling of all kinds promptly south of range 41 east; on south fork of Poultry Supplies, Stock Food.'lnsecticldes, Garden Tools, Fertilizer

i 1 attended to.. Meets all trains. Stove St. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to r'lve ;j L. CAMERON. The Seed Store,
.t. Reading notice ads. on this wood supplied CIIAS. II. WALTON, '
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Titusville Fla. 125 East
'. we live cents per line per week. LFBED-UADL&T, TltuiTtlle. Bay Street JACKSONVILLE,

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